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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .THE "ro la Gornfriuniiy Sees Voung WfiM Around on (ta Evening Fery Dialogue al lite Mock Trial. Ml-; pf (do i w-jntcJ money (or GDDIQ 01 tfielr cfnrlrfca and they liuw u'Uetlier ask tho or the fviitn'rfr tor li straight or get It out UT ilii-iit -some olher way. One of the d.iughlcrs, Just back (rum Ailantlo Cltv, suggesled a "j-ninunlty ;lince. She had aeen one doivii incre. and. sJie s.ild, ll Ihe X-llEejl -and ivouldn't any cara mania1. I ufc- id Jamexi If he'd go to the n la carte dance. "I wouldn't mind golo' It I could go vheel up and down the middle of the I'Ojfl .Sonic of the old-fashioned slid ihcy didn't know as to encourage dancl.i1 let that public way. but thfr more up-to-date s.ild lhat was all nonsense. They said dancin1 had become a craze, IhaT wo tn tent -as well sensible nhoui and turn to eomb yood accgunt YOLITIIJ people dance anil eolno or the old ones ioo and ihe- best way far (hem to dance waa -Inline- open air all from pranJmoilier to the baby look hi1 on arid enjoyln' tL They saJit we could bavc some carnival (eajures too- so people who thought dancin' was sinful, could BO and have their for- tunes lold. or turn tho lucky wheel XTH! perhaps. And we :o-jld sell refreshment conscience .never kpp( anyoVic from epcndln' money qn etuIT lo cat. And the folks Hi at couldn't or wouldn't do anything could sit by iho lake and uh pc-.inuifi In ihe gooA II ihey !ildn'i moiioy out of them on6 vjy; 'they 'would anotncr. So ihey Jecliied on a communlly dancs on :he pavemcnfat tho Tool of one of Njo'gvenucs ovcrlookln' Lake Ontario. 3otne of ihe women wore awful au ins about tho outcome or tlic "come- first glance tt Igoked a lot like bailiffs had been (n QDO of the boii put furniture OUL A pl 3too J In the middle of (he a- dozen or so chain around under a group of nearby a lot more cbalra and BeTefnl'Lablea; Flags of tho allies, stretched across Ihe road from trea to tree, gently eurled la the breere. strings of colored Hglit-bulbs scalloped down each side, and Jusi beyond shimmered the lake, a "mirror, la an opalescent frame, reflecting the young moon. The Regent of the Cha'pler that was glvlii1 tha dance, came up and spohe lo us. "Do you think Ihe dance will says she, real anxloui "It's such 2. new venture here, but we are hoping thai srunft of tbo other chip- ICF3 will take It up now tbit we have ntroduced IL." "A sort" of an ad-venture, as It were." says James. "I sec you're glvln' the affair quite an artlgllc says I, as girl ven- dors In' Pierrot and gipsy costumes went by. r'TVe'ro giving every kind "louch" we can possibly says she. Pretty soon the muElclajis-gro' around the piano and started. "That must be ono of them Jazz bands, I've heard so much' says I. "They say they'ro a perfect f i ARTISTS VpCATiONINQ.At'FJSHER'S ISLAND, L.I. --V "V Enjoy Summer Resorting -and In1 that means. "Well, my land, If they ain't ajirlnk- Itn' real.good cornmeal on the pave- say I, "I wonder what they're dole1 that "Oh, lhafs La says a boy ,ihal was standlrf near. Curves All Their Own. IN ten minutes a hundred couples was dancing.-Some of the couples danced awful graceful, but some ot cmed to have cur- own. -One young-girl I knew .was I had heard her folks say thai she had a great beni fpr dancJn1 but I had no Idea ehc'd be so much The principal of a school created litte a sensation by dancin'. He was a very dignified man and tho think ho'd do It- I never knew any principal lo draw so much n le rest. I asked James IE he was Spin', to dance., lie said he would If hoy put on "Money Musk" or the 'Virginia Heel" or some oC the dances wo "used Lo dance when we was young.- lie asked the master ot ceremonies If there was go In1 to be any reels. 'Dance a two-step and you'll DC you gel taj's A party-of blind men cnme down from the city, and several of them danced, and they seemed to have the of'nlcliln' out the pretty girls too. As( I watched them Gleppln' through dances jukt as happy anil graceful aj'civVrloif Ihc iiccildn !T> ih'e Ifht, "find 1 dlj drink a E1NG deml-goda (or eight rnonlbs o[ the year IB admittedly a dlfw.hen be too! the iforld. lost i fired lotcgrapher. raay_ nei of tho iat a'cold dbter.head as tqrics.. In Ui'o fourth picture th rtlala arc to b'e Iritcrpreteil _as tay "it. we to ba.demlgpds, let u o disciples ol -Scaling ,dder Is the nearest Helfetz comes1 musical effort- Mr. Ziraballat ma e glsnnff Mme, Gluck the sam prro.fiil BUDBpft cmpanylng her. That's This Toronto StreefCar ConduclQi Always Does. D. GERTRUDE ROBINS. T ivas inld-afterco'jn and the t'Ul- bound car fairly empty. A con- ductor, belonging to another boarded tha trolley aad In- dulged in talk" with the" con- ductor. IE corntnand. Fragrneuts f.t Iho coaveraatlon drifted from the rear pla'.fijrni 10 tha passengers, wh? nM wiih tympatby to tne of (he trolley-worm. Into barns this morning, to srnl'.h- commented the visiting con- ductor. Jerked out tha conductor-in commarid, spiLlIng the Dime of a Etreet'Jn the eamo breath. "Oti, .they, said a svoman on a Mcy- cle ran Into Tras the cLuckled tho reaWest the conductor of the out- aund car. ''Never know whether ey .ara or goLn" or where comjiiEB 13 T'other day o. wbmp.n ebt'.on iny car, parsed her ticket and asked, 'and whera get off atr Eaya I. "Where do ou get ofi; "WtH, madam, here your, fancy drops you- Don't naho no dlff to The cac blurred down at a whHc- ached A woman -with her cooded who hafl signalled tho notormm, procc-e'ded lo board her raveling family. lively ng jBUdenli' bolted, dashtog toward u" frtniied motiier pounced1 upoa jOffap'rlng tn> (he'car. "Sjep growled' the wnduclpr'Jn; command, adding Jo Bv'cmitlon these 1 think-they up tba volley llnep, 'em for the The' up tho aisle I the-caivcoileetlne'tlifiifrrea ot Uia her Itvely His ycs.E.c.'mned Ho The car amo to a slop.-with Tht, con- uclbr''e pavement dash- tho Etrbet toward'thc Im- [HislnE dairy in possession of Ihe cor- '4r loL For a (aw seconds he cUs- mysteriously. 'When he TC- .ppeared, leaping.' up the car steps .nd'signalirne thc.motonnan lo 'noted that his lips, .rid. "sprig, ol '.mpustacha wero "whit- 'ceding Children InHotWeiathe H fo Cive'fhe Stomach ih Rest.It y'tfu'bcen worried durin th'o warm weather by a Jo of- appetite on tho part our The safest and 'su st "cure1-' for this was recbromerio cd lo.mft speclajt everal years' ago, and' has nev ailed. Wo., do. not refer to loss oi ppctllo duo Lo some Illness, but C3Felcs9ly across s cff of dcsJro 'food, without, any accompanying symptbna :f lIlncES. This Is usoally he Blomacb's demand for a rest, end ho greatest mtsLako Is lo> coax a to Maie a goofl pot ol broth, using muUonr beef or chlciin. havo found beef, to bo -the one.' Use t lean meat ;lb ono third Rnd Cut the meat n amall pieces and cover -It .with cold water, 'Allow It lo slant! for Ihen Blmmer alo'.vly for three lours or more.' The addUloii of one carrot and putt small onion will help flavor the Afld salt to half'waj through' cooking. Strain ;ool and 'carefiilly remove, nil fnU For thrco'daya give Iho child noth- hut thta br'olh. Forget nil alrou proper llmes.flnd glye.lhq brtjlrj fflth ot jfrlad bread byory 1 may rot Ihrce Into f give. child po. Jila Vp. '7 Broth' It ]s nicrc-l> anu .isllsls In keeping Will Lift [Eighteen Tons Average Fait-Woman's-Head 'Has Hairs, 90 IWMilaLong. IMAQfNB B a ocean liner, of tons dead sus- the of paas'engera and a irhlca, onB .would think. Did, only be formed In flic brain of a lunatic. And yet, Jl Is by no means HS mad as It For 'the hafra on Lhe heads of a llner'A crew and pas- ara so numarom that It It estimated, they, could .support'. weight at least BJ great BJ ship. less itie. rtatfr- ment that the halra on tho head of an arerage fair'girl ara able lo sustain a weight as great as IS tona. She her- lack tha hnodred Tvelght, but, according to qne her tresses could support 3CO .llmea. her own Mtlmated thai ItVJ.OM haira O'D the head of Lhe fair ivc-pian, and'tbat each of can bear B. weight .of .four ounces vldi- out breaking. ,a yery Elm pi a calculation will ehow that thesa Irei- are to bear irtight'ta srcAt s ten powerful horses could draw, -or f) strong men. could Dairy, any No lesa astounding Att, glyb J Lone of. length. Of human.] hair. carry from ''housnndj of lair 90 to 10} miles oZ hair on their headt, THESE BIRDS ARE USED AS OIL LAMPS JTHE or oil Is a mailer of no Interest to ot Ihe Island o( SL Kllda, a. haunt or Ihat'anlmAtcd .oilcan, the fulmar. So rich In oil Is this sciblrd, that tho nallVU fllpiply .pass.a wick .through lls body and uac II as a lamp. Tho oil i> also ono of tho things oxporleil from'tho It la'found In tKo bird's amber-col- ored; and has A peculiarly nauBidm odor.' hlfda fce4 ihe VdiJniVwItb "ihoj? fere _ y Sltjngtiig II.-'- --V, r.'ln St. KlhJa.ll la.ritjl.lo ktnilfcn yjar, efgMecn ..'lo-' l.ypWjf..-.' jls "pil. 'In, 'the :'stomach, ihtj 'can 'rjcct I'fiia 'oVl Ihrongh !lis s aj A o[ tlclcnce against ;