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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD I'AUli THIRTEEN As Governor-General of South Mach Trav- elled Man (By Canadian Press.) selection of H. R. Prince Arthur of Connmghl Governor-Genera) Couimander-la- Cbief ot the Union of South JUrici Is universally regarded In Britain 'as a step lowardByfurlher cementing the Inter-Empire bonds. No suc- cessor to Viscount Buxtoa could been named who is belter Xnown or more popular among Britons overseas. In Caua-ja Vrloce Arthur Is widely known from the fact that his lllus Irons father, tho Duko of Connaught, .acted as Governor-General from 1911 to 1916, doing much is that period to strengthen tho ties linking the Dom Iniou to the Mother Country. The Prince further endeared himself with tho Canadian Corps in France, serr ing as a Staff Officer at Corpa Head quarters. In other overseas portions of the Empire he is equally known and admired, so that, as some observers have remarked, lie Is emln ently. fitted to represent In South Af used t A Blei mtn the perfect appearance of her con> plexion. Pelmanent and temporary ikin tioubEu are effectively concealed.' Reduces un- natural color and corrects aiy skins. Highly antiseptic, with beneficial resuEls as itive agent for 70 years. iea not only Great Brltalu proper, ut all the dominions as well. Through eitenslve travels Arthur has acquired an Inti- mata knowledge of world affairs. His reat popularity, his well-proved gifts f tact and address, which have car- led him iurottgh wore than one try- ng situation successfully, and uu- vereally recognized ability are ad- mitted by the British press to more tan justify hli appointment. Prlace Arthur onee designed blra- elf a business card bearing the words, "HonarcHs Jundersttidied 'at he shortest notice." It is ealil that he Idea originated with the Kfng, who laughingly Introduced him on oae occasion as "My chief unider- 8tudy." Few princes tare played a argcr part la the o! te Sovereign at oa ot- flcial occasions. From Bton he passed throsgH the regular.Tcoorse at. and in 1901 was gazetted to" the 7th Hussars. At the end of that year ae went to South Africa in charge of 4 draft, but saw little of the guerilla warfare of the closing sUees ot the fighting with the Boer Republics, for he contracted dysentery aad was invalided home. Jn the following year he became full! lieutenant, and received his' captaincy! In the Scots Greys after a period of service with the Royal Horse Artil- lery battery attached to the Cavalry School. But his position as almost the only available English prince rendered It Impossible for him to continue unin- terruptedly the military duties on .which his heart was set. In Decem- ber. 1904, he was sent by King Ed- ward to Rome to attend the chris- tening of tha infant Prince of Pied- mont, and from that time there is hardly a country of the old world he hae not visited in the 'fulfilment of the duties delegated to him, while the ac- cession to the throne of his cousin doubled the burden of his ceremonial duties, of which the Prince of Wales was then loo young to take Ills share. By far the most distinguished work of delegation which Princo Arthur .performed was, however, done at home. During the absence of King George at the Imperial Durbar in In- dia he'wAS appointed the'chairman of the four Commissioners of State, to whom was entrusted the enactment of tho formal work that is usually car cnv "ninunriin nvco" oul !lis itt person. SAY -DIAMOND DYES Oil: the outbreak of the.Great War Don't streak or rain your material in a I'rince Arthur joined Lord 'French's poor .dye. Insist on "Diamond staff, went to the front .with.the ear- liest contingents, and was'mentloped in dispatches and awarded the C.' D. aud the Croix de Guerre. .It is said that the list ot crowns he might have had for the mere stretching out ot his hand is by no means short, but In one caso the refusal was not mere- ly passive. The Grand Duchy of Saxe- Cobourg had to bo formally rejecte-1- Lift Right Oft Without Pain him before, the son of the Duchess of Albany could ascend that throne. In his work in South Africa Prince Arthur will have the Invaluable as- sistance of 'his wife, the daughter of the Princess Royal and the1 late. Duke of Fife, whom he married In'.OcJtober, 1914, During the war-Princess Arthur worked as a nurse at St. Mary's Hos- pital, tending wounded .soldiers. She, and her husband have one- son, the Earl of Macduff, born In August, 1915. COHSfATIOtt RefieW br Gnuxl Fruit Medicine, "FRUIT-A-TlVES" Easy directions In package. "CORNS" MR. ALFRED DUBOtSSCAU 482St. Catherine St. E., Montreal. "For three years, I tras a terrible ttffcrtr fryn constant Head' aad Constipation, I took various medicines the trouble but nothing to do me any good. Tbeo, a friood advised me to try Kcw I fuij free of Indigestion and Headaches, the Constipation is cured, and I havo gained considetaWe weight my general heal th is fine. 'Fnit-aMvcs'is a grand end I enough in its ALFRED BUBOISSEAU. are made from fruit and valuable tonics art) pleasant to take, their action being gentle and mild, yet always most effective. 503. a box, fi for trial sne 25o. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fniit-a-tlves Limited, Ottawa, Out, LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. C. S. To Constables Usher and Baillle, Who Died In Defense of Law and Order Sleep, brave men, the sleep ot mar- tyrs holy, Sleep, brave men. till the coming of the dawn; Sleep while the-world hangs on ths awful story, Sleep till 'the "bitter night of death Is gone.- Sleep In honor as do all trqe British men, Sleep, with .a. nation's lore--around you; Sleep till God's reveille shall call you forth again- Then awake with tho crown ot Ufa upon you. Sleep, bra-re men, beneath Alberta's tender Sleep, for your race In earth Is doae; Peace, for tie nearer comes the vie- tor's prize With each evenlug's celling sun. 3. has a habit of leaving a leak in the offln. DOUGH The wheat is'Jow in the dough and the dough will soon be In the wheat. A It's all off with Bassoft. ONTARIO GOVERNMENT NAMES NEW COUNSEL ront pages of the papers, more than a lot-of 113 do. Aug.' perman- ent addition has been made to the counsel retained to appear before tho Royal commission investigating the Ontario radial proposals.( R. S. IloberUon has been appointed by tlie Ontario government to repre- sent the interests-of'Ontario munici- palities which do' hot stand to benefit by any of the proposed radial electric lines, but are concerned in the effect of provincial guarantees on the public credit, and also to represent the mun- icipalities which, though by-laws have been voted for the construction of the railways within them, haTcv shewn re- luctance Co' issues 'debentures1! before the guarantee of the 'government Is issued. tKjesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little. oh'an achiug'corn, instant- ly that corn stops hurting, then short- ly you lift it right off with fingers. Truly! Your druggist sells a tiny bottle ol "Freefone" for a few cents, sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the cal- luses, .without soreness or irritation. STEAMER REACHES PORT AFTER MUCH TROUBLE HALIFAX, Aug. esnor- ienclng-boiler tube trouble practically the whole way across the Atlantic, the American steamer Lewisiori, from Cherbourg put in here today. When in mid-Atlantic the boi.lcrs became so bad tbat the captain ordered the fires put out and for two days the s-bip drifted while tho engineers worked at tho tubes. When six hundred miles from Halifax the same operation had tn Ijo repealed. From tften until the ship reached port only slow passage was made. The Better Butter Scotch ED SEAL BUT-A-PATS B6OISTERED' F tc norTcR r'Co> VANCOUVER. B.C.'. ITALIANS HAVE'GENERAL STRIKE IN ALL PORTS LONDON, Aug. genera strike at air Italian ports has been declared, according to a Milaa dis patch to tbe London Times. STANDARD.TIME AGAIN a meeting of the council .yesterday it was dc- cldco to revert to standard time oa August WILL LET PUBLIC KNOW TORONTO, Aug.' Toronto department of-public health announc ed this morning through its regular monthly bulletin that hereafter cer tifirntcs will So issued to restaurants dining rooms, eating rooms, confec lioiicry shops and all manner of re freshment rooms, showing the stand ard they have obtained in meeting with the requirements the medics oflicer of health. IN CHINA AMOY, Aug. hav broken-out between the provinces o Fukien and Ktvnntung, the" forme supporting the militaristic Anfi .group, and tbe latter being loyal tc the new Peking government. Sever fighting has occurred in Basterr Kwantung arid Fukien troops are re ported to have advanced'23 miles, cap luring TMpuhleri, 50 miles west Chang Chow Fu. Wherever Good Candy Is Sold FIFTY MINERS AND MINE LABORERS WANTED.AT ONCE Midland Mine, DrumhelUr Apply Midland Collieries, Ltd. Drumheller CANADA'S JULY FIRE LOSSES ARE SMALL TORONTO, Aug. losses ii Canada totalled in Julj according to the Monetary Times This is the lowest for the year wit the oxceplion 'of June Ivhcn the figiu H exceeds the Jul losses in 1917 and 1919 but IB les than half the exceptional figure in July, 1918, when severa hirge Hres look place. The fire los for the first seven months ot 1920 f "compared S2G for Ihe same period In 1019. CANADIAN BOND SALES IN JULV .TOIIONTO, Aitg. of flan adian bomls In the-month of Jul .toliilleii compared 'wit In1 JUDO, according lo th Monetary Titnea. The following summary: Provincial municipal corporation The onlstandlng feature o Iho monlh was (ho large volume o provincial financing. Ontario, Quebe and British CoUnilbia, each jilacln large'issues on the marfcel. NEW COMPANIES INCORPORATE OTTAWA, Aug. in corporations In this week's Canad (iazcttc including tho following ar announced: J. II, Williama and con pnny, Unified, St. Catharine, Onl Equitable Kinanco corpor atlon, limited, Montreal, Canadian Kdison Appliance .company limited, Toronlo, Doi drain company, limited, Fort William AViiutalt.Cnal Itcil, Winnipeg, The Labor Party era slarting a new aper .In. Ciilgarf. Now their labors egln, The Herald's Man on the spot In he Crow -was nathcd Coy. He's coy n name only, for consulting Webster find under "shrinking rom familiarity; reserved: shy jashful. Btories 'Ifoni the Crow, fron1 roved him a foreigner to the above. Anyway, Ponzi jot his name .on the That's YOU ...SAID. IT, BOSS. Premier "Jleighen says that "gor rnment can't please.1' And It ma; o. observed to passing that soini governments fiares't he people. Oi.-; Much of the time at the Empir Iress at Ottawa was de- to a discussiba of the, war-tim icnsorshlp of. news, hat gag you. Now -wouldn1 AH this talk u n the Pass reminds a fellow of th days when he to sit up night reading "Uncle.VftfintJ Aud Ihe was, far-! Brace up. Brush .up. Think, up. .er dM his own stooging, j AVork up. "SCRAPS OF'PAPER" JUDGMENT liv only un old piece of piipfr. Every man boasts of his abilities; All mid soiled in ibe judgment, but 5ay did vou ever otlco what .differeut kinds of girls et The trouble arieycorn is wreck; But. fellows, we all love !t dearly For that little old scrap is H eUeque. burying John that the undertaker Somebody says that tho rattle- naked are slowly dying. Well, come think, about there Is little use or them now anyway. THE DEACON SAYS That jron've got lo alerl to scapo the Dovll for he never takes holiday or strikes lor an S-hour hitt... One ot UieEB times, Hearst is going get desperate and r.omlnate him- elf tor president. He'd be sure o( wo votes, his own and his aybe. MERCIES Ain't we doing mighty well, with. 'caco the land adorning? And ain't he great Sun glad to tell the living orld "Good The long dark night has passed away, we're making up tho Perfect S. The fellow who. cheats a little him- self is always the most suspicious. large NOT ALL AT ONCE The census taker entered a rage in Lfldlsvllle. "How many people, are working he asked. The-proprietor sallied his pipe from slarbcard to port. half of ,lfe. said After long.and carefnl consideration wo hare com o' to the conclusion thai .he only way to overcome the high cost of living Is to commit suicide. And even smoke. shells are going VTtc Harem Ii line. All the same as Shah. Hu'fl doomed, loo. The girl who failed to do her leap- ug early will soon be out of luck. 9SO is passing, girls. The foreyoiog reminds us that Ihis year has gone by leaps but we nut so i-ci-tahi about the bounds. IT OUGHT TO GET 'EM) BOY. A Saskatchewan editor in-a imaf. town recently Issued a circular letlei to his delinquent subscribers in which he put it up to them in the following clear way: "Paper Is up; Power is up; Wagiv are up; Grub Is up; and unless'sorni of our subscribers Dig up. we maj as well bane crepe on the door anc admit that the ,Jis is When friends drop in ihe housewife is never at a loss if she is able to offer them j a steaming, hot cup of delicious Blue 'Ribbon Tea ---it's sure to be appreciated. SATURDAY NIGHT THOUGHT The world cares nothing for fail nres. It hasn't .time. The world only watches Ihe successes. Think up anr Does Your Hair Fall Out? Stop It! How. Delmay's French Hair Tonic will stop the hair from falling. It removes dandruff and makes the hair look healthy. Delmay'S French "Hair Tonic In a food tor the hair. It nourishes the roots, and'is a daintily perfumed dressing. Girls mast have nice look- Ing hair to be beautiful. Men must keep the hair In a healthy condition. Delmay'S Hair Tonic la sold by druggist in every town. Price, Jl.OO a bottle. S. Jackson, 21i. Z3B'' FREE ROYAK PREMIUMS Start Saving the Coupons NOW. Royal Crown Soap Wrappers and Coupons are valuable. One glance through our Big, New Catalogue will reveal to you the wonderful values to be obtained for them. Start saving the coupons 2iow. In the meantime, write us for our Big, New free to you or your friends, The Royal Crown Soaps Limited Calgary, Alta. Premium Dept. You Don't Feel Like Making Improvements To Another Man's House Any improvements you make only, increase the value for someone else. Does your landlord make changes, repairing, improvementsj as you suggest it? is busy using, your, rent check in buying new homes for other renters. You can make your rent money lay the foundation for yovu'-'own fortune, -independence and happiness by OWNING YOUR OWN HOME. WHY NOT BUILD NOW? 7 were never higher or more Quality and supply of lumber never more favorable. Look over the tablo shown how much you will pay out In rent during the next five' years> That amount invested In a house would not be afraid'of a raise In your fact, your rent would decrease. You would always feel like maSIng Improvements becanen each improvement would mid to Its beauty and would increase ils (hen he an Investment. Tile-it is uniy mje way you cat] own a houao that will abso- liilcly satisfy is to build one. You can then put Into tho house your own plnns. your own individuality, have your own Ideas executed and the result will Ije something you will 1m proml to own MBiHtrimnnirra xiiri wiiimitoiniKninrnn i This Table Shows What Your Monthly Rent Cheque Amounts To In Ten, Fifteen aVid Twenty Years. figured at the rate of per cent, and compounded Rent Hate 520.00 25.00 30.00 35.00 40.00 46.00 50.00 55.00 60.00 65.00 70.00 80.00 y 00.00 100.00 10 Year? I G.M6.72 7.90S.-10 15 Years S.5S6.1S S.37S.23 9.775.S4 16.758.68 20 Years S 19.S64.15 21.27S.41 26.-iS5.53 See the nearest lumber will'give you every co-operation, show you plans, specifications, submit estimates, and go Into full detail with you relative to building of your home. Ask hfm for copy of book "Belter Building." THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS INSERTED 8V THE LUMBER MANUFACTURERS OF WESTERN CANADA I BUILD ;