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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MOJsDAY, SEHTKMBEn 27, Refuse to Buy at War Start. "Carrj: Your Lunch" NEW YORK, Sept. (Canadian it dotitng. food and other are being forced down throughout the United States by the refusal of biylot public to 'pay war" accorttng to a report of conditions Issued by tho fed- eral reseryo'bank'of Philadelphia yes- terday anil publljhed In the New York Tribune laorniiui. Eleven out ol tqa conlmodUiej listed by the federal baiaif show a tendency toward lower, Tka toboggan af-priccs hits-, a of products, Including CMII, buiitt, Hod staple froterlea. Three commodi- ties are helling gnn, according to the Butntdary, and two, silks and tobacco, aft still, classed as high. little relief from high food prices is eiparleBUd in New linjland.'a tendency Is soled for lower prices in some kinds of meats. Sugar prices 'bees redoced there In line with the general fall m the price of that Secretary of the Treasury Houston has announced .in Washington that tho government would not be a'party to any undertaking to hold com mod I- off the market for speculative pur- poses- to maintain war prices. '.carry, your Ihnch" campaign starts in Chicago today asd a similar movement is in progregs in Detroit. The price .of. flour his 65 cents a barrel last '.three days: Valuables Stolen From Ocean Vessel DR. REID IS VERY CHIRPY Sept. (Canadian As- sociated Hon. J. Reid. Canadian of railways and capals on landing here from Canada on Saturday save to'interviewers, H rosy picture of Cauadlan conditions. He Mid that the railway position cf the Dominion wag good. "We have our In- lustries are running almost full limi> and wo have very few labor tho minister added. "Our .revenues are fully up to ssrpectatlous. We aro comincnclog to pay 08 ouc war debt i and wo ire.i happy and contenlu] people.- What more could we desiret" JHB LETHBRIDGEDAILY HERALD ponjeut o( the Westminster Gazette, spoke on the practical work which fiich tnau and woman do if they believe in the future of civilization." He praised the labor men of Ens- land who he satil had accomplished In improving their lot in the face of terrible odds. "I want you to cut cut" the Idea that ihe difficulties are too he added. "Take.your coats off as the labor 1 men in England. done. If it Is the work of God .we will succeed If it If not we will fail." United States Business Adverse f o ResurtuBg Trade' Relations SOUTHAMPTON. England, Sept 27. careful watch Kept on trans- liners, bV'ng to tho recent report; Uiat passengers have tieen los- ing valuables, resulted- today -in the recovery of a ring and a valu- able brooch 'irom a seaman of the Olympic when the liner arrived hero. The belonged to Mrs. Hobmer, the wife ot one of the principal own- era of tha Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New liken from her state- room. Local officials, found also on the man a brooch reported' to have been stolen from. Miss.Singer, New York, on .the previous trip''or-'the Olympic.- The accused given lieiTins here tomorrow. SUGAR AT MONTREAL .Sept., augur refineries of this city announce this morning price of sugar is to'ls. redaced'siis half cents, tho-reduction'. 16 :take place from, to- day. iTiii.B.brings the price down to -cents ;a pound. The fionr this morning went'down 50'cams a barrel, sale lo .'tie public at 113.50 and to the halters at J13.PO. LONDON, Sept. TJnited States businessmen have recently held daily interviews with. Leonid Krassin, head of the Russian Bolshevik trade mtisibn regarding the opening of commercial relations with ;7lusfela, says the London Times. Prank A. Vanderllp of New Ytfrk is in Moscow to begin conversations with the soviet economic conned and the Times says: "There thst If United j States manufacturers decide to re- sume trade relations with Russia I tiey will flud plenty ot business await- ing them." It is tne general opinion in Eoviet circles that peace with Poland'will accomplished provid- ing that; country does not press a claim for a large indemnity. Federo Ilaliuiovqff who is coming from Moscow.'will not suc- ceed Leo Kamenoff.. on., the .Russian trade mission' here, says the news- paper, Lut .will act :merely as a com iacrcial idviseV to 51. Krassin. I.ONELY PEOPLE SOON GET ANNUAL MAIL .Canadian The. loneliest people in the world, tho Inhabitants of the iittlo Island of Tris- tan da Citnha.'In Ihe South Atlantic, will shortly learn something of the big movements ot.the outside .world when the annual mail reaches them. Two mail bags contain letters and other packages addressed .to the set- tlers on the island are uow o'n their way lo Cape Colony. Thence they will be conveyed by S. Dartmouth, from Simonstown-to-Tristan da Can- ha direct. Many of the settlers are descend- ahts.of the cre-w of th'e'Bounty, who landed on that lonely-coast; but event- ually grew to like liie place. Incident- ally garrison was maintain- ed as'a-Eort of T7a_rden''6fptha.ocean area until alter ihe'death of Napoleon St. Helena. Cattle anil s.heep. raising, .ponltry farming, growing, with ample fishing facilities, make' up an ideal sort of existence, of tha Robin- son Crusoe, type. That is View.of British M. .P.T-Sermon. on Mount Answers Question LONDON', Sept. whole of the arguments ugainst universal broth- erhooti will go by the boards when we face the conditions which ave existing throughout the world." said Ren M. labor represen- tative, who with a" number of other noted speakers, is en route to the congress of. the .federation of. men's brotherhoods, which is to be held In Washington in October, speaking at a mass meeting here last nlghl. are now beginning to think." he declared, "they ara bnirjnnine la wonder ;why they arc in this world. From the land of Galilee, conies the answer in the Sermon on ths Mount, preached over years asjo." Mr. Spoor preached brotherhood as the only .solution of the social prob- lems of the world and as the only Jhlng niilcit could bring about s new order.of civilization. Harry Whitehorn, special corres- PAGE'ELEVEN C'ALGARY, Sept. 27. no trouble Is anticipated in moving this year's crop in the uorlli country, was the confident statement cf J. Mac- Gregor, manager of the K. and B. C. lino was in the city Monday morning. In the course of1 an interview with llin P.inaili9ti ihier ed that shipments, were heing carried out sleatlily, or at any rate, as much as could be expected owing to short- aye of labor. The he said, was no better in this respect than any other part of the country. !i! reply to a question ho said that the crop tills year was a good one in the north country anil v.-ould about equal mat of last year. AMERICAN LEAGUE VITON THE TOSS CHICAGO, Sept. Ame'ricanileaguo won the1 IOES at :ttie'meeting of the National cornmlsllcjn today add the first world's se'fles game will be played; October 5 in the Ameri- 'can' league.-.clty winning the pennant, C- FIREMAN KILLED SUDBURY, Oat.; Sept. Cox was' killed'here 'yesterday while attempting to catch a hook and ladder wagon while it-was in motion. He missed his hold and was .thrown to tb'e ground. SCOTTISH FOOTBALU 't LONDON', Sept., 27 (Canadian As. soclaled Scottish football lea- gue games played today resulted as follows f Aberdeen 2; Queen's Park 2. Celtic 3; Lanark 0. Partick 2; 'Clyde 1. Rangers 1; Hibernians emorialNurses'HoraeAtGalt opening the i from HEAVY RAINS PUT STOP TO THRESHING AROUND EDMONTON EDMONTON', Sept. signs of a nervous breakdown Mrs. Safjh JackEon mustered up BufScIeut strength to answer "not guilty" in a strained when the charge ot murdering her husband, Hughle' Jackson, on Christmas Day, 1919, was read to her at the opening of the supreme criminal court sittings before the Hon. Jutilee Walsh on Monday morning. Her counsel. H. H. Robert- eon, K.C.. ploaded for an adjournment until the afternoon session of tho court in order that tho might be given medical riittentloii, but this re, quest was not'granted. Tho most sensational evidence to- day was the introduction by Inspector Hancock of a voluntary confession al- --n-.. jiiliuO OJf cused in which she stated that her husband had threatened to kill her and that she had shot him in the back of the head with a shotgun as he sleet In his tied. EDMONTON, Sept. general movement of grain has been checked by the hcivy rabio throughout the monton .district for the last few days. Threshing operations at many paints have come lo a standstill and have as e result postponed the anticipated vol- ume of shipments for this period. In the few days-it is anticipated there will be a resumption of opera- lions that be noticeable la all sections. A two year-old girl at PotlBvIlle, Pa.. pullae! the tablecloth, upsetling a cup ol cocoa. Death ensue.d from shock and scalds. MOTHER OF DUKE OK DEVONSHIRE DEAD OTTAWA. Sept. 37.-All social events at HIdeau Hal! for the lev.- weeks hava been cancelled to the death of Lady Cavendish, mother of lili Kscelleney the Dnko of Devonshire. Owinp to the abssnce of exolteicy in the no' oil'er sirus of will be ibiervej. The vlee-rcstl party will retu-n to the capital about October 15. ANOINTMENTS TO CIVIL SERVICE OTTAWA, 'civil: ser- vice commission announces the''fol- lowing appointments: Veterinary In- spector, department of agriculttir" Winnipeg, Wm. A. Cal- gary; Air pilot navigator, air board SL John, Quo., A. H. Munday, Tor- onto. Both men have seen active ser- vice overseas. TROTSKY IN A BOASTING VEiN Sent stk'temenli to Ihe Moscow correspondent of the Manchester Guardian regarding pflace terms offered by the- soviet gov- ernment to the IWea at tie Riga con- ference, thf. soviet was minister declared: "If tho Poles re> fnse peace on thoee terns this will convince the most backward peasanr la the darkest corner that it is im possible to obtain" peace without a fight lo flnlsa." Tiotzky dwlired the Bolshevik milk Ury situation was'not so bad by a deal as military circles in Wesk em Europe i WEDGED JM ICE PACK NOMB. Sejt. 27. Capt. Roalii Amundsen's polar expeditionary ship Tie Mande, is reported wedged light in the polar ice of KoHchur- bST% Siberia, and nearly mid-way be tween Wrangel Island and the North- era Siberian hv fue today." BIG LOSS OF LUMBER 37.-A flrt whjch; destroyed .tha property ol the Continental Dumber 'company al Charlo river, a fev.mUej from' Camp in Bestigbnche county on Fri dir, also destroyed feet o: log lumber. Chiclet Goodness in Two Flavors Nearly everybody has a', special affection for dainty, candy-coated Chiclets. But they do differ on the flavors. The old-time famous peppermint is the favorite. But the luscious new Tutti Frutti Chiclets have had a wonderful vogue. :It's j ust as if the essence of all ;the fruit gardens had teen sealed in a packet for you; You can take your choice. The original only Adams can put in candy- coated gum is the same. Just be sure that the name "Adams Chiclets" is on the packet. -an Adams product, particularly prepared "v .waSttVj in the Peppermint Chiclefs in tktYellow and Gold Packet ;