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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta f V THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKAIA> SATURDAY, AUGUST R 1920 Dealt, Political Situations Facing Great Britain and United States Chautaoqua audiences brarec tha heat oa Friday ariernooa were veil rewarded for it was a woadcrlol pleasure to hear the lecture of Capt K. A. Inirie- He is a brUliaiit ant eloquent speaker and held the close ulLention of the audience while ht; explained the tanous political aitna tioas with whJch John- Bull anc Uncle Sam are He illoetrslec eveir point vitli a witty etorr, did not give the audience time W laugli .hut straiglit oa, pouring out facts and information it was too good to miss. Of the various problems facing Uncle Sam. oiie is tfcat of dealing Uie largo Bolshevik eJemcn among hts population has coma into the country of laic rears. The best element of America's population has been built up of the from the Brilish Isles and -northern Europe, but during the" last fort; years a dangerous change has taken place in the nature of the immigrants SO per ceiit ol ibem coining fron southern and oastern Europe. O course these would be as welcome anyone else wero they goxxl citiEens hut' hringiny with them, as a lot o them do. their Bolshevik and re any s'urphis ot men for tho harvest fields. There's No Waste In Your Table Beverage when you use Instant Postum to Aside from the pleasing flavor of this wholesome, healthful table drink, its quick preparation makes it worthy of your noUce. Instant Postum can be made a cup- ful at s. time if desired Its strength can be varied from strong to mild according to the amount dissolved in each cup. i Economy should rule today and very likely will rule rftore strongly in the days to come, Try Instant Postum "There's a Reason" Canadian f Cereal Windsor, Ontario WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN'ALBERTA. WILLIS BEST 707 Third South (Hull Block) 7 TORE Phone 662 HERE'S a dew song by wonderful tenor, Hugh Donovan. It is a typical Irish song with a sweet melody, and the intro- _ cluction of "My Wild Irish adds a pleasing and finishing touch. the opposite side, is a dreamy.waltz number, sung with good effect by the Eemc artist. "His Master's Voice" Record 216177 Hear These New Vocal Successes on "His Master's Voice" Records: Carrj- Back Id Old Vlrfttany IXrllnt Kfllle Gray Charles Maiiiionl Charles HarriioDj Wheto The Rlrcr Shannon Vfbta Irish Eyes Aro Smllina Popular Medley No. Tear o a Simile in an Irishman's (Sc Harvest >tnon the Boys I.OYC FtericM Po' Mtdler No. Hard j M-; V-'-Someorifi is Walihjj Someone" Pcellcjl Qt J I Lore Iho of Old'Black Ar Cairo LCTC I'm Always Falltnit In Lore Wltli Ihc Otfn _ orr nS Billy -MuirayJ 4 II c n It- Int fi, don tllll remalnial WF.rAYrnr.TA .T, Hear them at any "His Master's Voice" dealers Wanitfactiirrt} fty Berliner Gram-o-phnnt Cntnpany, Man treat StaOnt We Are Agents for the VIGTROIA and VICTOR RECORDS Large Stock of Both frem''-which to Select Mason. Risck' Limited BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBFUDGE, ALBERTA ;