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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MCE EIGHT THE LETHBR1DGB IttULl IIEIUU D FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1919 ffNIOF C SYDNEY MERCHANT FINED FOR FAILING TO FILE HIS INCOME TAX RETURN IfteiW of Reckoning Post-Uia- Hurze Pay Causes Com- plain I Among Soldiers OTTAWA, Sopt the eve- fctaj alliing' of I be Fpecial comiulilOL- 41 tke house of commons on soldiers' Mr.-MacNelll asked If In the of a man only h DSVB short of thre'e years' he would be given gre'.uily v.lbr cnly ITVO years, and if there has not been dissatisfaction from this SYDNEY. N. S., Sept. suit was trted iu court hero (o- day at whlcb a flee ol was im'posed upou U. T. Jennings, a Icwal bus man. because be dIJ not tile bis income lax return as rFQuesled by tbo In- come war is.s. A CaroHBf Brown Will POM CaMafl Miablcra Northn Toronto Op- First Crowing Out of Peace Treaty Will Bt Taken Sunday Mr. Coi replied thai there had been 7-10016 complaint on this ground. Sucn man was entitled lo only two yeari1 rraluNy. Mr MacX'eill inSlincea the case of I press) The first of the many pleb f "J iscltts growing out o[ tha war and the (oremore (heir Canadian badges. One application of the principle of (be tean was court-mart lalled for tills ro- right ol nations to dispose of taein- fusal. bat his statement that he was 6elve3 Late place in Ilia grind for iu Canada. Coi satd Luxembursers arc to be called upon there had been dissatisfaction on j flist'to decide whether lo those ground E, These men were not j maintain or suppress the ruling dy- fARIS. Sept. (Associated entitled (o tbo Canadian gratuity. P. M. Blair, secretary of the depart- aeot of tmraigralion, told of the uiove- ftwnt or dependents [rom Knsland to Canada. He said the immigration de- partment had noi in any way advised dependents to hasten back to Canada. had been seat lo the Lon- -don office that only bona iide domes- .tics and agricultural workers ehould >ve sent to Canada. The department has taken the attitude teal apart from these two no immlgnitioii should bo encouraged until after Can- ada has adjuited ner labor market. Bo far there Tiare been no members of the British women's war organiza- tions brought lo Caiiada. nasty, end. second, whetuer '.n con- clude an economic arrangement with France or No prmvaloi. is made in the plebiscite :ia io the future form ol poTernrnsnt of in the event the voters decide lo sup- piess the dynasty, out it Is understood that ihe-firaud duchy will remain ic autonomous province under iha im- mediate Influence of tbe nauon which. choO553 to enter Into an economic pacL DEMANDS NATIONALIZATION BRITISH MINES Sept. parliamen- 'Mr. IllQlr-stiM dependents j tary1 committee of the trades union relumed previous lo the armisUce and congress dratted, a demand today (or since. II- was- estimated that to the gorernnetn deal- abont remained in England. To iug Tvith .the nationalization ol the mines, In pursuance ot tlie resolutions of the recent' Glasgow congre3B. It Is understood (hat the demand Is not au ultimatum, .but'that it U couched in strong terms.. dale the government vhas expended aeirJy in transportation. Kitchener is to have 'a branch fee Y. M. C. A. TORONTO. SepL Caroline S. Brown mdnifcer ol the Toroufo board of education (or years. will be a candidate tor tha legislature in Nortimreji Toronto In opposition eliaer ta lion. Ttomaj Crawford OT Hon. D. ilcPherJOn, prorincUl KC- rttarr. tt !i a double Only One Box TOKONTTO. Sept. Sim- mond. rhlef election officer ol the baa denied the report thai there ntll be two ballot boxes at the argcr pells Tor (he "coming elcttlun. He jjaid thrre would be but one ballot 'box tor both electoral and referendum ballots and oue HM, There will be, however, two poll clerks. Llberil Candidate SUDBUHY. Ont, Sept. LlbcriU have. Dr. R_ II. Ar- thui, who served (or over years lth tie Cauadian forces, as tbclr can- didate in the coming provincial elec- tloni. PAIRS, Sept. eupreme cjuucll of ihe conference at (his iiionilns's sevsloa approved of the report o! ihe romoilsslon oil Split- ien granting lo Norway political suzeraiiuy over the Spitiberei'ii arch- Norway 'is closer lo SpUz- bergeu tbsn auy other couutrr aoil vlrtUAlly all ot ihe several nnllona which had put In cliluis to ihe terri- tory had waived them before lho dm- report was The terr'tory Is chiefly valuable Tor Us coal mines owned by Norwegians. The council decided tba! the Konguo territory lu uorthem 'Mozablque, de- lached from the colonial poa- sesloits. 5hould be given lo Portugal. The council then loot up the Galic- including the easlora frontiers of Poland. A is ra- liorled to Itave been reached more ileflultely fixing the line ol demarca- tion between Poland anJ ine Ukraine. CLAIMS NEW WORLD FLYING SPEED RECORD Ont., SepL Capt. Dalin, who ia perform flying stunts in a Germnn fokker biplane, at the Kingston inJuatriml ieCt Toronto In his biplane yesterday ot p.m. and arrived In this city at having mtdo non-stop flight of 160 mites in one hour and 10 miu- utes. U fs claimed (bat br tblc fllfht he has established a new world's rec- ord for speed in flying. VICTORIA. Scpl. Prince ot Wales visited Cralgdnrrock Castle, the soldiers' re-establishment homo, this morning and once again display- ed his interest in the wounded Tommy as he spent considerable time In con- versation with the crippled heroes. The prince was accompanied by bis lde tie camp, Rear Admiral Sir Lionel Halaey. The. Prince Blgned visitors WHY EXPERIMENT? Food scientists claim that the la largely responsible for the flavor, texture and whole- someness of your home baking. That on no other one ingredient does so much depend. It Is important, therefore, to use a baking powder that you know possesses the necessary leavening qualities. MAGIC BAKING POWDER Contains No Alum and is the only strictly high class baking powder in Canada selling at a moderate price. Its .repu- tation is built on purity quality. fr The only well known medium priced baking powder made' in Canada that does not contain alum and that has all its ingredients plainly stated on the label. Made in Canada book and then proceeded to tha second door and Inspected the wards Inspects Naval Yarda VICTORIA, Sfiil. naval in its thoroughness antl spon- tantty was the welcome extended to the Prince or Wales on the occasion of his-Inspection or the Royal Naval College and dockyard it Eequimalt. Tho prince, reached, the dockyards ai alter opeclns tlie Crslgdarrock I military hospital. He was met at the 'dockyard sates by Cant. Rdwanl -Marlin, C.M.G., JI.C.N.. captain-super, inteudent of the Ksquimnlt dockyard, members of hts staff. Immediate- ly alter inspecting the. different units, the prlnco pinned on the. breast of I Commander A. V. It Lovegrove, tho D.S.O., afterwards decorating Lieut, John E. W. Olanfl wlih the Distil Ciilshcd Service Cross. After this tha prince addressed the of tha Iloyal iVflral ColJpge. before (in investi- gating committee said airplanes which cost the U. S. Government each were gold to Itie Cutrlas Mfg. Co. for 5SOO. Dollars saved by Bovril Dovril used in (he Kilcheo means dollars saved io the ll makes nourishing hot dishes out of cold food which would 1 not bi ealen. But see that you get the real ihing. U it is not in ihe Bovril battle it is not Bovril. And it ____L V _ GOOD EATS We always have an especially wide assortment of cakes and paitries for the weft end- Yon irllldiod-Hiera elceHionally-good biking. Juil ftXe our.homs-Hiade bread; -real dellclotu Our la acrrlnr dellcl Bakery i31h STREET 'N..- IAKERY- PHONE 1307 AUCTION SALE OF- Stock, IrapleiMiits and HdiialHiW furBitnre butnctieM ISAIAH PARKIN- Grwy Lake, tW mrienigied wiH (cfl by PobGc Auction it northcait quarter of 32-9-13, 3 aStt Moth and 1 mile wett of Gnus? on TUESDAY, SEPT. 30TH The following: 1 grey mare, with colt at foot, 'weight about ISOfl. ago years; 1 bay mare, weight UOO, age 9 years; 1 bay gelding, weight age S years; 1 bay gelding, weight 1GOO, age 9 Tears; I bay gelding, weight 1400, ago 3 yeara; 1 grey geidlng. weight J5DP, age 3 years; 1 bar goldjng, weight 1100, age 7 years. 1 dark bay mare, weignt 1200, age 2 years; 1 d'ark bay mare, 'weight 2 years; 1 yearling colt, weight 1 red cow. diie to calf In December, age years; I red cow, in ruU milk; 1 black cow, age 6; 1 roan cow, age 3 years; I dark red cow, ago 4; 2 black and while cows, age 4; 1 Heiit red cow, age 6; l light cdw, age 3, 2 heifers, age 2 and 3 yean; J yearling helrers: 1 yearling sleer; 1 2-yeitKold heifer; 7 aprlng calres; 1 JicCormlck hinder, nearly new; 1 McCOrmkk disc harrow; i La Cross 14-Inch King-plow; 1 DOM harrow; J6hn Deere IVlncb sulky 'rllh breatcr bollora. 1 wrier tank; 2 wagons; 1 buggy; 1 set work 1 flet buggj' harne.19; I cream RCparator, almost naw; Kootecay range; I Royal Quebec healer; 1 cupboard; 1 camp flare; 1 Vllchen lable; 1 bsdroom table; kitchen clialre. -'HAHV OTHER TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION FHCI LUNCH AT NOON _ SALE AT O'CLOCK qhirKT cuk.. Balance lime will be given until Oct. lit, on approfed notei X. per Interest and 10 per cen'. l on time amounts. W. A. PORTEOUS, AKtiMMer C. S. LA1T, Clerk must be Bovril. AUCTION SALE OF Stock, Implements and Household Furniture Having received imtrnctioiii from C. A. PRAY, of Rivtrbow, the nndcragned will seD by Pnbfic'Auc- tion at his farm, northwest quarter of 20-15-16, 15 m3es northeast of the town of Retlaw, on Thursday Oct. 2nd The following: 1 mare, veighl about 1 mare, irelglit tboul 1250; 1 ware, weight about 1100; I marc, weight atout 1000; 1 gooA yearling coll; 2 milk 1 good slcer calf; 50 bens and chickens; 1 gang, plow, stubble; 1 disc; 1 26-It. Boas barrow; 1 liar row c.irl; 1 uindcr; 2'good wagons and boies; 1 hay rack; 1 set sleighs; 2 land floats; I tanning mill. 1 5 h.p. stationary en- gine; 1 914-inch grinder, Tith baKEer, all In good cbnUMon; 3 sets work harness; 1 saddle, good as new; 1 bridle; 1 cream separ- ator; 1 barrel churn. Xo, 2 size; 2 peerless inruoalora and brood- ers; 1 range, G-hole; 1 Iron bed and springs. 1 kitchen table; I dining table; 1 centre table; 1 bed couch; 1 sewing machine; about 200 bushel potaloes. SMALL TOOLS AND HOUSEHOLD COOKING UTENSILS TOO MENTION .FREE LUNCH AT NOON BALE AT ONE O'CLOCK 'TERMS CASH W. A. PORTEOUS, Anctionccr E. B. TAINTER, Qerk AUCTION SALE Saturday Next, ON THE PREMISES, 934 EIGHTH STREET SOUTH Commencing at Two o'clock FRANK WADDINGTQN WILL SELL WITHOUT THE SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And clltcla Includlnj: HANDSOMH Dl.VINO IN SOMI) compflalng how-fronled cabinet, round cilensJon (able and set dining chairs; SKCTIONA1., HOOK CASB In quartered oak; Congoicum Rug; tolld oak rockcrfl; oak occasional tables; 3 small IIIEJ; carpet square in new condition; nearly new baliy bugBy; 8-day clock In mission; solid oak CHIFfONlfm; handsome SOUI) OAK having latKe chlld'n cot and mattress; handsome BRASS UKD (omplctc with springs and mattress; camp col; refrigerator; washing machine; high chair; INLAID KUJI; kitchen joj coll water heater; gocart; boya' wagon; kitchen ulcnslfe; pictures, ahout 35 quarts seal- ers, etc. TERMS CASH WADOINOTON tCLLl WITHOUT >RESEBVE SATURDAY Will be the BIG DAY for BARGAINS at the i Gigantic Disposal Sale Everything a man wears. Suits, Overcoats, Underwear, Shirts, Gloves, Sweaters, Hats, Caps, Ties, Hose, Overalls, Pyjamas, Night Gowns, Scarfs, Raincoats, Work Gloves, Mackinaw Coats, and Boys' Overcoats. Thrifty Buyers will lake advantage of this golden opportunity to buy High Grade Clothing and Furnishings at Prices (hat Beggar description and Stagger Belief. Men's Overcoats It'e not cold yet but soon will be. Take advantage of this oppor- tunity and save Ten. Hefcvy Wool Ulster In grey anj brown, large Ebawl collar. Reg. J.55.QQ. On-sale Dark Grey, all wool belled" mod- el. Regular 150.00, 4 A A A lor 4U.UU Drown Check waisl lino model. ..35.00 rialn hrowrt heltetl n C AA model, Regular for Dark brown check walallini large collar. Reg ular 142.50 tor Light brown check, lull belled model. Regular 112.00 for Grey slripe Jweed, larss collar, food weight. Regular or Aft lor.............. V. QUALITY MULE S K I N WORK G L V E 50c Men's Suits Brown all wool waistline 'model, hand tailored. negular On sals Jfi Qp Grey all'wocl worsted, pip slripe, natural model. Regular Ar '153.00. On sale at..... Dro-wn 3-butlGa sack, hand lailored. Hejular Jf) AA f 55 00. Great value nt.. Dark grey pin striped Iwecri, natural fitting Jn TA Regular 950.00 Grey tweed dlagonkl Joiiblo breasted 99 A A Regular Brown tweed hard finish xalsi- line model. Repilar f37.00 for Grey Ktth small check. O-l -QC Regular for Llmijd Light grey pinch-back model: Regular Oj Ap UNDERWEAR Alediuin wefglil comb in a- Lions. Reg. f3.75 tor UNDERWEAR Fine metllunt -wclghl com- lilnaUons. Keg. for. BOYS' OVERCOATS Regular %21.CO tor (17.9S Regular }20.00 for 116.30 Regular 418.00 for Regular 115.00 for J11.B5 MEN'S HOSE Regular All Wool 79c Rtgular BSc, CasSrrrtre Regular 75 c, Caahmere 55c Regular 65c, Lille 49c 40c, Uslf, 3 p.ifr for MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS mil 1Q HcguIlT (2.60 for............. MEN'S MACKINAW COATS llegtilar J1S.50 for 13.95 SERVICE MEN'S OVERALLS WITH AND WITHOUT BIB REG. 1.95 P R I C E MEN'S WORK SHIRJS REG. for 1.69 HATS Regular Tor M-J5 Regular for 16.00 Regular }6.M for Regular for Regular J5.50 for........... 14.90 Regular 15.00 for Regular for ...........13.15 Regular for liii Regular MEN'S ODD PANTS Wool T7orstedi and U-eeilfi. ntg. SOT.. BLUE RAILROAD SHIRT Separate collars, Each 1.75 MEN'S PULLOVER SWEATERS All colors. Kcgular (or 4.85 BOYS' SWEATER COATS Only 114 dozen.jlegular MEN'S STOUT SUITS FRED THAELL ;