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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN' LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, AUGUSTjitF1Q2Q H.C. of L Hits Harems n. .j. Finds Wives Expensive CONSTANTINOPLE, July 20 vwo ilfpeosK-at. inanj city -women his ihc biKh Jorcsd IheznseiTes into employ- ft been felt more keenly Untnimenl vhtek vai never before regard- in Turkish harems. Men who were j ed proper tor Mcwleai voaiea. formerly ibis to mimtuu niiaj- wires Turkish woman with their veils concubines ftnd their incomes in- sufficient to keep uj> targe establish- ments acd are forced to tura women, adrift American, who hare been in1 and economic conditions say the trafi' txiies Tiu'tvum u> thrown back from their. facts may nov be wea as saleswomen In scores of Constantinople thorpj. They are creu employed is street sweeperv There has been great ontcrj- relief igainit Modern W05aea accepting em- ireatlgaUsi social i ,-bidi forces them into asso- mtion mon, especially Christian j men. but tlw economic pressure has as a result of the war are evea worsa, so 8trOng that religious preja- than in other European countries be-1 dicc-s hMj lo WIT. The for cause of the utter hdjleastiess of the army gave Moslem wopjen aid thoir lack of tninrog) womcn thejr erst opportunity to evi hospital training and become uorsoa. which mreht' maio them Mil-support- las. The sufferings of Moslem women are worse in cities than m the conn- try, for the country women are fre- quently trained .to farm Trork and are an asset to their husbands ratter than a liability Furiheuooro the economic conditions have not -been disturbed so seriously in rural dis- tricts. Farming -goes -OH much as usual. Women cai! .Qud employment iii olive groves, at silk culture, in fruit orchards and oven in grain fields. .Since the war has robbed so many women of the husbands, father! or Teat was the enterics wedge which lias oueued the way into other em- ployments monopoliifcd by Greok and Armenian women. Turkish women may uoV be1 found in telephone ex- changes. Thar are acting as cashiers, LIFE UNDERWRITERS TO MEET'IN VICTORIA IN '21 Atid tt I UR3. U. J. GO BSE S92S Ucion St., Ysncoortr, B.C. "I TsUered with all the STinptoms tible, vith chronic Cos- OTT.WA. Aug. Life L'n- of (.'ansda will meet to Yic- B. .CO iu 1921. This vms'decided titii marking after n preBsing invita- :ioa In.whtch the of Victoria, and riritfeh Columbia gonsrnmoni joined in, WM ottetrid to Uw con vent iou. Tfhc represe'ntsthci of Vancouver, als taught successfully for ten years and maintained high standards and pupils have passed examinations. Success depends largely upon the quantity and qual- ity of service rendered, BECAUSE bo Is deeply .devoted to his profession ard enjoys his work, has a cheerfnl disposition and his pnpils hecome his derated BECAUSE ho liaa had Ihe experience of travel and met people of all na- tions and carefully observed butnxo naturo. BECAUSE he has taught and given successful concert.1; hi the largest musical centres of the world .his work approved and recommend- ed by the greatest artists, teachers eifucts indicated that he had sen ed in the war as an officer 1n a regiment, and that he has a wife an two children living in Aiiiton Have England. He purchased arsenic an left a letter stating his inlenlita 1 end his life. He was about 25 years old. Jpw Jam -a the hack fides of I tried Various remedies without relief.anJlbea pul ndtr a doctor's cire and he md to have as operation, 1 refused. Then, I started taking 'fruit -i- tlves' xnd trom the oatset, I felt beticr, aad lAij mzdidr.e hu lue ot- ail my and suSerin-r. My iragift wia only 143 aod now it u 163 pounds. of pain and headaches and tco terrible C ons U patioa tnd yrhjit saved me from Ss tie apicixlid frail 'Fruit-a-tives'." MKS. M.'J. GORSE. 50c, boi, 6 for trial size 25c. At all dealers or. sent postpaid by Freit-s-Uves Limited Ottawa, Oul, COCKROACHES AND CANCEK MRS. WANAMAKER DEAD ATLANTIC CITY, N. Auj. E. Wanamaker, of John Wanamaker, department store proprietor, died hert yaster- day. BECAUSE after taking a post-grad-i uale course he received tbe elgnp.i! honor of being "Hie only Cunzdfan EO roteiTe tho final and full teacher's diploiaa granted hy the New York School of Musir and i Arts." signed by Ralfe bsech Ster- ner. Arthur Friedhcini and Cooko BECAUSE he is a taxpayer and in- teresi-ed in our coramunily and i? fo star to assist in making in the com- By the London Times Medical Cor- respondent.) A demand has just been niado by number of. knoTn-'n Kuropeau men of science for a. cancer census he idea is that we must learn raora joroughly the localization of tbis isease, aud also a clearer nderstanding of Its incidence. It is reposed to carry but tha work in and also perhaps iu Freuce Meanwhile, EO much Interest has een aroused by the announceinen that Professor Leiper is at work 01 be further study 01 (he worm fbiim sy Professor Filiger in connezion rith cancer In .rats that it may bo if interest to" trace tho history o this remarkable discovery. Sonv short period hofore the war Profesyo who was employing a numbe ot rats In- his' observe hat certain of these were affecte jy cancer of the stomach. The num 3er was considerable, snd: attracte ais attention to the extent that b made inquiries from the dealer w supplied them as to where the Trere obtained. The answer was tha. many ratB were trapped in a neigl boricg sugar refinery. Inquiry at thi place revealed the fact that It wa infos ted wlthTcockroaches, ProfesEo Kiliger obtained some of -the lalto and healthy rats on them A considerable number ot these als developed cancer. Tlio nest step was an examinatio the cockro'acliQS. It was found tha these contained, encysted in the muscles, a small worm, and InvcEtfga tion proved tbis worm.to be the afeen causing the cancerous growths.' Th history worni Is interesting, fo it appears to pass 'one cycle of i life of necessity in the body, of" th. cockroach. Tho eggg of the worm ar eaten-by the cockroach and hatch 'ou In the inside of that, insect. The young worms.then bore their way out, ot the insect's intestine and enter its nmsdea, in which they become en- cysted. If the cockroach is not eaten by a rat thn matter ends there. If it is eaten, the encysted worms arc set free, funl travel about the rat's Elom- nch, in which they set up inflamma- tion give rise to cancer. 'It'is thus evident that for the duction of tins typo of cancer in rats a cockroach (3 cusenlfal. If the worm docH not find this secondary host ;t cannot apparently complete its Hf< history, tiiid so propagate it- fplf. Thus, were one determined to wipe out this type of cancer in rats, one ivouM inaugurate n strenuous c.'inirjaign agafrtst tlie anopheles mos- quito, the rat flea, and the louse (for inalarFa) plague, and typhus fever respectively. It 13, hnwever, pretty nearly cer- tain ihftl this worm, so'dangerous lo t bushels, The Sarge acreage ot volunteer heat is due lo tha [art thst a great the! retwmt of tliisjear's, wheat harvest.'; llltiitratlns the, "sudden weallh" gen-; throughout tho Tfestem Ksasas conattes, where landrhas been cheap; and farorable seasons, few 'and far bitweea. t recent .canvass ot wheat h the Ticlnity of Oalcler, a smaTl town. 69 miles east .0! the Co'.-j _ orario line, in Logan county, showed ftt.'Ieasl SO. ftrjners .woopft. wheat] crops jtir are worth'more than' each; at least 25 hare more tban of wheat' each and every Thirlcra MI ot this acreage was deserted as fsrnlor x crOD heat land by the after last I most ot them of cars none too bountiful crop had bten.Ktasai! this year are "Tieldins; 41- arvested. Tha 1919 was in bushels of wheat, according xcoss of by far the record I or any stale in the union. A wet' all caused the kernels of hich had fallen to the ground during 10 harvesting, to germinate. Finding the i-rop making stand, farmers did not disturb tho rowth and, with ideal wbeat gron-- Moderates Being Used Merely as Dupes, The.v Wait on Premier BERLIN, altcmnt has bean made to nsspciate Kilh'Tuesday's meeling leading irishmen, who. lest official estimate hy tho s board of agriculture." i The one big drawback to tbe Kan-; sas wheat grower's prosperity this year Is the lack of facilities in which to transport his wheat to the market centres. Cars still are scarce, espec- ially In the central and western parts of tho state-, hut the situation is not desperate as it was two months ago, grain dealers report. Favorable' summer rains havo prac- tically assured a bis corn crop in Kansas this season. The crop has! hcen ofdclslly estimated p.t i bushels and tho offlcljl forecaster.! i assert that tho continued favor-j able f weather, means the yield will 'mount still higher. The Kansas wea- ther bureau hero reported that it is the- first year in its .33 years existence that wheat and corn crops the same year. A banker who has lived.ia.Kansas 52 years, IE] authority for the statement that in that.time, such a fayorablo crop cora- bihatioD never before' occurred. Similar conditions, prevail with tho o'ala and barky .crops '.which' lure been harvested. Ihe bushels ot state raised four .hough not declared Sinu are it the v-on'fldence of that organization. Vmbng them is Lawrence O'Neill, lord mayor of it is known he nlends held aloof. Taerq will be, the rorporation, bow-' over, men, including Alderman McWaltor and apmo former lord may- who were identified with the Na- tionalisl movement and under the proportional representation plan, have been able .to. hold, their seats in the city council. ,.-r ft is" regarded as certain that. Pre- mier Uoyd George tation from the conference, -no matter; what Its decision may he.. The. Sinn j Feiii atlitnde toward "the conference: is put words by Artliur Grif-t filh, founder of Ihe Sinn Feln.organi-] zaliou, iu the leading, article of this week's Tomig "England's policy', toward he, says. 'Vas disclosed 'this week. I The republic is to ba ravaged.while dupes arc to be set qlamorins .for do- i minion home rule in order, that Ihej attention of the world may be distracl- J ed and the minds of other nations confused." times the average annual yield o[ the I last 20 years. Alfalfa "arid grain sorgtams. toi which millions of'acres are devoted inj Kansas, likewise" arc producing boun- tiful ICaw valley potato grow- ers roport one of tho best crops ever grown. As editor of weslern Kansas puts it.'. plenty appears to harre beeu' "dumped right into the lap of Kansas this year." A Chndi. kn'xicttul Dn fer G-rl.. HrtjMieiiad m rr yxlrt. AH KM- AcrtfaKen to UsnrTiftT trinistnM- PHILP DENIES STATEMENT Aug. Canadian Associated Hohert Philp, a former premier of. Queensland, strongly resents the suggestion made in a speech by the lieutenant-governor of Queensland, lliat he (Philp) had so financial position here as lo interfere with Premier Theodore's mission to raise a loan-to finance tho .Mate steel works. Sirj llobert says tin; failure of Mr. Tnco-! doro's mission was largely duo to the 1 scarcity of moiicr. although it is not unlikely thai raenlment created 'hit certain finnnriat circles by the state's! repudiatory logislatinii had a ctaoi' ing influence. School He-opens Scpl. ISth, 10 inn. Boarders returning, Kept- boarders, Sept. Hlb. LIBERALS HAVEN'T NAMED CANDIDATE TO OPPOSE WIGHORE ST. JOHN', N.R. Aug.. No deci- sion was reached hy ths liberal exec- utive which met laet night to discuss the propoaal to nominate a candi- date to oppose tlie R. W. more, minister of customs, when he stands for re-election. 'It' is expected derision will ho arrived at next the rat, gcr for possess fittlo' or no Tuwdsy. whfn meet again. Lieut.-; Tnunitj; red THE POLISH SITUATION Ths solW Wack lino b'n the above map Inritc.-jle3 Ihe iiroviainnal oafilern boundary of PolamJ and llic linii lloncd in tho firitlsh proiiosal lo Rus- sia (or an armlstirc lo wbicli th'j Polish armies v.-oultl retire, ii Is very considerably (o the west of the II'IITI tbe Polcq'iud rtcsiBnciJ lo lake up in before the Tho j broken line intlicales the present aji- Position of tlifl Xovlel iirm- IlclVfs! on Waraiiw anil Lm- InS, froiruj- borg. The Tlrillsh note warned Ihe :hat ''oland proper was cn- <1e Kolshovist forces Oieal -AllTCTtlSCKlfnl. or Bdioansoa, BateJ A Co.. alfrcoJf j Toronto. Barop'A Bal mention ttil! _ Britain and lier allies would In: furcetl fy assist, in tbe support of th.? 1'oles, It -.vi'l lo seen by liii above 1'iat aucli s continEor.oy has now for a public men. Wo do iiol eat cock- fnr ono thing. must tbereforo he determined is or not any other worm eiisls n'hieb can prcrtuce in hun.nn beings Ihe.TC pjienu- Inicna, 5116 vvbich ie likely to enler 'the human br.dy. l( it does exist tticn it, loo, may have an'fnlennullalo host In the insect world, asaiiist u'bicb ef- on a greal srale iniplit be made. Granted such a discovefy, wbat lifiht it tilrow on thr problem of the Ver.r cxperl worlvcra have failed over and over to find anything resembling a parasite in cancerous tipsne, Is It possible tbal a worm, having set the evil process going, lakes its departure and leaves Ihe tumor lo srow? Them src various objections lo Rueb a theory. Tbeae r.rc the merest quesliOTja. Oil Hie other riftixl, tiiero would seem to he no manner of doubt tbal this new lo stt canrers growing in rats takes the study of 'the ciisoase a slep iMwanl. For Ibis r.'e may well be thankful, since up till now Ihe mys- tery has seemed to deepen rather than tn this in spile of Vastly iDiproved methods of study. n worth reenlling thai Llirlich, the creat blO'CliemisI, always hclieverj thai cancor was connected with food eaten. residents arc- agitalinjf Westminster Ladies' College Edmonton, Alberta A High Residential 2nd College for Girlg and Young VILLA SWKARS OFF Krancisco Vilfo, famous Mexican oullan-, ivho lias siirrendcrcfl lo the Federal autrioriLiea, and promised lo down to a peaceful Ufa. Academic Course Covers public and High School Graats to Grade. Eleven Inclusive, Music. Business College Course, Art, Physical Culture and'Ex- prcssion, Houseliotif Science. Students prepared for the Of pirtmental Examinations, Back- ward studonts given special and Individual help. Careful super- vision, Strong .Staff of Resident and Non-resident Teachers. Fall Term Opens Mon- day, Sept. 13th Send for Calendar, Early Reser- vation Advisable. MISS ADA A WILKIE, B.A. Lady PrlnJlpal REV. N. D. KEITH, M.A. President Srm loacso LUB.. D.GTi. Frtiik A. S. Voer. MM. Doc., ifci.-rf TBS LAEGE3T MOST COMPREHENSIVELY OF 1NTHZ BOSHN10N. RE-OPENS SEPTEMBER 1ST. 192O