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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Ii PACK FOURTEEN THE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST" 6, 1020 otherwise the- familiarity wouH breed contempt ratter than the modern ex- pectation, which was confidence, Tho press in the past had been given sonic- what to criticize and create distrust between the peoples of tho various nations, 'such being the natural out- come of war, but he hoped the order would be reversed and a course rcl- which would Inspire trust and fiiUi among the rations and elites which compoeod the human family. Mr. King nasxMled that the word "British" cboold be Instead of in cburacterlrarlon of Imperial Press Delegates coarorerRO., The forms- was nog- gestlva of spirit rather than of form Kind Canada's Heart Sound King's Felicitations OTTAWA, AB5. Hon. MeJshec, prime minister, octendicg the welcome of the of Canada lo the Imperial Pteas del- cgates, referred- to Lord Roseberrr's speech in 1909 which was with the rarstic light of especially he said: "Welcome He, Mr. and bespoia an attitude with freedom, Justice ami liberty, fair play, and right. Moreover, it was all embracing and world encircling, and dlEtinctirt. litter had come to denote a kind of centralization in all matters of orstniiatiou and-to meth- od, autovracy rather, democracy, and as such was not expressive of the spirit of tno that comprised tbe nationals ot.Oie British I JAPS PUT BAN ON THS MOVIES now, ''Welcome home to The of the Douriptois would throw open their hearts sad their homcB. he remarked facetiously, "in soiuti provliict's their cellars." He assured the thtti OcAXA. that EcnBaltoBJsl motion pictures iucU- ed Japanese hoys to the recent murder of two schoolgirls -here, the iiol have prohibited children under IS years from attending opett to adults. Police: .examination would flwi the. bone and sinew of that the billing ot the dians WAS souiul. Uieir blood red giri8 whq carried oft oy and pure. and'tWfl" visitors would find notbhts unhealthy iu the body com- mercial of Canada. Hon. It MacKer.iie King, leader i of the opposition, frankly stated tbat While he joined iu the congratulations W> 3Ir, Meighen on his indusiry, yet the speaker, wcutd do all In his po ver to make his teuurc of office as as in Ihe inlereats'of the Can- 1 people he believed-it should be. Mr, lifted the visitors to see through fairnilnded eyes, alain duo to an Idea obtained HEIRS TO EMPRESS Plonghing.AD Round Elevator Jkn Getting Getting Roads in Shape li'rom Vvx Oim UAHOXS. C-octiderabl- work bas done fa the form ot Ui durirje tho days. 1hus the reoaptiou imd proper hocflrtK of. crap "n this community. Elevator assets are.be- ianlny to arrire. Tie road Graders at work oil the 'SliwiTS undor the auiwrvWon at Mr. Tunwr. The '.B oE the aeed of this Aiul la EctUug out to make trat hicre desirable. Tbe velcoma rain oJ July 30Lh. caused noticeable growth, anJ inadB ploughing all artmnd. very mtc'i eiwlor. Friday's ratnf-.': was or :i little more '.ban tbree-qiiarters of an ATsited' hi.r First Hail Sat- isfadorily Adjusffd t (Prom Our Own OJUON, Aug. Mrs. Jowpk wbo anttl tew wesiu ago ent (a OrioD, dt.ed In tfe0 hospital ac Hat last Thursday vrae at Hat lart Saturday. She a hosbaud sad three mir- ied daughten to mourn' her loei. ii. Miller mad4 i tiart ot _ iMl TFbeiit OD that Is nn expert in his own line. Mr. Mitch ell first gave a series of pictures on j trees, their kinds'; when to plant ant hovr to ;hlp them. Tbese were of markable After this, he PIT, a full esplanation-onttree planting nni growing, spcclfyihg'with great clear ness, that the problem of the prairl life is Sflved trees. No only are Ihe thing of beautx but a great protection to the lane Mr. Mitchell felt that if in tho earlie days trees had be'en planted, it T mean thst today farmers who have little crops would have had goof crops. Mr. Mitchell iwinted out tha on the cultivation of trees, we do s not 'to fccep down wesds altogethe hut more preserve th n.oislure. Jlr. Mitchell believed that eighteen acres of every (luarter sec- tion should be witli trees, on the west side of tho farm, ive get most' of our bad Kinds from Ihe west. Mr. Mltcheli, who is in charge of.the '.Cana-lian trey- tlsniine; campaign' for tt'cstern Can- ,ida, 'juvo much light on this very in- subJet-X He allowed any per- son to question him closely, and pleas- r.ntl" r.ud thoroughly answered all enquiries, made.on trees and tree phvnting. Mr. Mitchell expects to tonr at- far as "Winnipeg lecturing. Mrs. W. Vcsey. of Calgary, has been visiting with the A. And- groups to bs elimLnatoa. 34 of policy, thoie hid oo''fhsarance will harB to (ace a heivy loei. .i. Aboul Saturday night, the livim o[ Went could' be plainly traced to where it stayed until Sunday noon, when It CKlled oi Orion, and Afte for a ride, two of our citizens went westward. Tbe T ajonti hne been ntr tew days and much ne'.v macdiserr hu been by finaers, several new n addition to binders being dli- ot.- We understand tbat the National, the Pioneer and the Alberta Pacific his fall. will be open for had the jnUiortuno to lut a few days ago, which iaji caucetl him to psy a visit to the is tho plane tbat bas visited our district, and ot course i crowd turned out to see it operate. Mr. and Mns. J. Jackson, who went to B. C. last fall, have returned to foslr farm ta the Orion district. Durlne the night wVivere rl sited hj a thunderstorm which 6eemed R wide ares; Ihere vac sonie rain equal to .06 of an inch. hospital at tie Hat'. It b thought the are io tons .the majority ot cat-H cut his developed into blood poison-1 board of management, but each board iOK, and ha nil! have to stay in thelalso.iB to Include "members elected bospiUI a daya. (from and by the workers on the mil-- Tbone who vere insured and Butfei- njrecl competition between ed from the. recent hailstorm, have had their claims adjusted, and all Beamed very pleased with the amounts whiclvtbe cocabanies concerned hare farmer who had about hailed out within GOITRE SUFFERER'S ex- Very deap gntttaiie Is ewed by OoUre Urily record Uxli recovery .from thrt feartul affliction a> a'mult ot harlcg WORKERS TO BE REPRESENTED LO.VDOX, :Augr. govern- ment's" ralrway -program. Intended as an alternative Io natlonaHiatlon of the roade, which are now subsidized; pro- vides for the formation "of tho rail- ways of England and Wales Inlo all groups, the main groups to absorb all the smaller lines. Present shsrohold- rued Qu-Solro- InMJori, no nunn ihoold conttadt io aider from thil complaint. Ai name the prtndpla ot On-Sotvo is to dlaeolve the Qoltroui tUsoe.v It it taken inwardly ,hl order to attack the direekly throush tbe blood, oof ton it and eventually drive It uai of the crvtem thrcmsh thf natural organs of :Kven in of long standing. Im- mediate relief ban been obtained, as Gh-Soivo tones up the general health or. the patient and Ereatjy rellevoo the breathing Vc well as the action 61 (bo 'heart. One bottle of (iu-Solro conlaine 93 doKB. Ask your druggist for Gn-Solvu read it over, the TohintQr.fl testlmonlaU, etc., and decldd you 'Will try a. doivl Ute our advice, but Jadge from tbe experience oi'actual users. Gu-Solvo is sold in LethbrldgQ" by J. D. Higiabotham Advert f ]ead ind bas been" characterized as a "boor- j ersou, for tbo pas: jreois I For engngiiiE in a students' demon-f Etralfon, Krassin was cipellcd from (bo Pejrograd Technological Inslituto. Subsequently ho engaged in a number ot plots against the Cjarist regime, but continued to advance in his pro; fessinn. that of an electrical engineer. FollovrinE the Bolshevist coup of October 1911, Krassin was offered a seat in the ministry which he declin-j tfl as he thonght Ixinlne's adventure too risky and his Ihcories too swesji-1 ing. But his relations with Lenine were cordial and be accompanied IAQ- Ine and Tfotzky when they went to Brest-Lltovsk to negotiate the treaty with Germany. When it became apparent that Ihe government hvstp Krassin threw In liis lot with it and became Coumissary of' Food ivi the army. "bourgeois Krassin is raid to have liltlc or no belief in tbe theories ahd aims of the Soviet crnmenl. For the lime at least, how- ever, he waa convinced that ndthing was tn be gained by resistance to the control of the workers. He came to an understanding with the workmen in his own faclory, giving shape to the Soviet experiment. YOlJNg WOMEN AVOID PAIN _____' This One How She Was Benefited by Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound, During his tc-nure of four minister- ial offices he has -worked unnerccpt- (My for tbo restoration of the plain j wou W' only' give, thts, famous root and two years I suf- fered from pains and nausea so I was unabie'to get around. My mother liaumfi (ai-s'LycIiaE. Pinkham's V-. gtfablo Compound, and I am much batter and able to go aboutall the time, which I cou'd not do before. I recom- inen'J Vegetable Compound to my friends if I fcnow they sufTer the same way, and you muj publish ray letter if it yrii! lielp any one, as I hope it Z. G. BLACKWELL, 2073 Oder Place, Regina, Sask. If every giri who suffers as MissBlack- wclj did, or from irregularities, painful periods, _backache, sideache, dragging down pains, inflammation or ulceration bourgeois methods of commerce. To Mm the nationalization or commerce one of the most stupid of Lenine'a blunders. As for the "revolu- tion, he is au entire skeijtfc, and fs all for a bourgeois peace. Ho ivould into the nor- mal ways of democracy. 'Who be- lieves in Socialism In hfl roportod to asked, ".N'ot T, Quaker Bread Is uniformly good, .light, flaky, wholesome with that rich, nutty flavor. If it were possible to make better bread Quaker Brea'cl would'be belter. JOHN .GILMORE LTD, PHONE 378 herb remedy a trial would soon lind relief from such suffering. It liardljr seeing possible that Jhere is a womr.n in