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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, THE LKTHIlHlDliH UAD.Y PAfiR NINE Interesting Facts About The Visiting Editors Illinois has 40 representatives ol Its newspapers In the party. tLe larg- est number'from any ono State. Among tho Illinois cd.itors aro sever- al representatives of the larger ually papers In the Slate There- also are proiuiuent Suli otficial incl'j'.- Hon. iftotl Slerlliv- w.tor n Pa'i'crd, ISiWttc. Is SMiV Trc-asa" e or Judge H o! IS! Lar- lllin-15, Di-nucrat. wn th? State J.'j-.vrt- of 1'ubV.- and -i mem- of llie Slain of lial tvpviWan, editor of the -Hi-rrln is an Inheritance. Official ot the Stale. Other proroin- nt Illinois editors aro Mrs. Leleht and Miss Anna Dollmau, of Wilson, Minn., who eliminated from their trunks every silken sow- tore they reactxvV 'Wlnrfpeg. have retained their poise and savor LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. S. face 10 Welcome, FcurlK Welcome With the National Editorial Assucia.- lalre In the lace 01 wunv vrun mrnen would bo an unsurmountable llon !u tiie I.rthhrldge ought to handicap, no well "covered1 today. Blind for Many Years Ono of the moat outstanding ei- .Tlper3 will Wako Up Sleepy Edit- mplos of wifely devotion Is Mrs. I. Wgecomb, of Geneva, Nebraska. they're not apt to fall asleep again ler husband, who is .with the party, eittier' [or a while, are they? hns heen deprived ot his sight for he past twenty-seven years, but Mrs. ..Cneor up, Hank, dem big guys wero RdgocomU so faithfully lends Win her on, Tho ieco is this: own eyes by -f UUL Shaw, of the Dlson Telegraph, B. llerhert, editor of the National Printer Journalist, H Car t.entor editor ot tho Lincoln Courier lleralJ, who 4i also at Iho.hcad ol tho Carpenter Advertisir.i: Co.; H. U llalley, editor of the Princeton Ilepub lican who is a member ot Iho eieeu 'tlvo committee, at N.H.A.. W. J rimlth, of the Waukcgan Sun, and M J SuiceJ, The. Mount Veruoa Hcgis (er llon. 1 U. Hardy, President of th Association mid member ot Congrcs from Ihe Ihird district of Colorado Is also a native of Illinois. Distinguished Members Guy M. Hardy, the 34th and present i resident of- tlo AswiAtlor.. Is a iic'niie'r ot Congress and has long In-pr. counted one of the most intliwn- letidehts ut' th'j imiur.laiu -HW, Mr. Hanly Is particularly proud' of Iho fact lhat ho Is a native According fo Assistant Operators Haven't Heard it To lie Discouraged Has Had Dry Spell Too SAXON1A AND BELGIC WITH SOLDIERS; TWO MORE WILL DOCK SUNDAY HALIFAX. N.S., Aug. Saxonla, with returning sol- diers on board, and the Belgte, with were off the harbor this morning. The Saxonia will dock first. The Royal Gtorge and the Carmanla, both with ex-im- perial troops aboard, vnll dock tomorrow. Ibuy abroad to make uu the dlifefence. u, the Just simpiy rcrused to remain Maces aud happenings en route mat in tho report liicy are among the best posted room interesting i Don't worry because It's somewha JU-G1NA Aug. 2S.-Weslera coal' dry in '.outlieri. Alberta this ysar This will advance 60 cents a ton. In Iho Isn't the only part ot Ihe North Aniert- nn ilon of D H. OTonnor, assistant can continent that is suffering. 11. L. hi the fuel controller ol Canada, wno Hoard, editor ot Hoards has returned irom a trip to the At-lone ol tho best known o a I the agr berta mines. Ho says lhat an ade- cultural papers of the initcd Sutei, ouale "upply of cars will be available was >vitn the parly ot Fourth quate i morn ne. He ilt- for transportation of IIK-I. have heard had a dry summer too. So dry was Jin the city Saturday morning. He de- that his stale, Wisconsin, lias SPAIN'S WHEAT CROP SHORT OF REQUIREMENTS Aug. wheat ..-op for ;he pi-cseut year will aggre- gate inelriu huiidreilweiglit, according lo an official estimate made publii: today. As consumption amounis to 40.000.WO melric hundredweisht. it is stated that it -will ho necessary to most Mrs. 1ho convention parti Democratic America, Eh What William Ij. Barnes wrote a play cular work on her husbands paper is lhat o( going over the exchanges. tim8 ago that Is meeting with Much-Travelled Women I considerable success on little, old M. leasl two ot the women of Baron mOl.t__ nlAftflniait nisrrv thl come almost acfoES ...-nuau Canada, travelling 'by way :of the h electrician marry the heir- llrcat Lakes. A congenial-parly tromi Fort Scott, Kansas, Includes Mrs- rilrabeth -Mead, who Is an enthusias- tic worker, Mrs. George yo (ho balldBonie butler another Ejri go. the suil lho Am. _________ ,lri erican taste. Now the electrician Mrs. ,J. C. nogcrt, ,.ol Dyersburg, marrleB llie butler doesn't Tennessee, Is a walking mlno ol in- canlure rich girl, and the two h on tho subject the re- brows o! the play win each other. tae Varbio and Mrs. E. D. Dowen. orma sources and typography ot that state, sources an emWn goes w and as such is most, entertaining. An- goats careruiiy SCgre- 6t Illinois. Benjamin S. Herbert, prominent members of ono of the Ihe editorial mem la vcii'o----- prices f.o.b. cars litre are lump Successes: R.M.C. placa passed. ll.M.C. 4th. 6ib, 9lh and 13th places. other Intsrestiug and charming mat ron Is Mrs. J. C. Gillesple, of Lo Mars, Iowa. caied and tho democratic American audience killing themselves applaud- Ainong'lhe Southerners in the party arc Mrs. Fred Allsopp, ot Little Rock, Ark.. Mrs. P. G.' Crampton, of Jlont- gom'ery, Alabama, her daughter, MIsa ra as one o! the most dcvoteil ot the many' workers In the association. As tlie "war ho labored, en- 'Ihusiasilcally; for his fellow-editors and pairiollcally tor Hie nation. Mr. Hotaline has been mentioned as a candidate lo tho Governorship ,of Jlinnesola. Attractive Women 'The party, la blessed will, attrac- tive and representative women.' Men n-orcsenlltig-in hef own-way. the dis tingnirtlng" trait. of manner or of locality, and n mofcch'armoriioiis gathering would be hard to find. No cliques have mater lalised. No ono possesses a dress than that of her neigh lior. and'ppod' humor is. the. prevailing Western Canada. Mr Walker is enp of the best Sirs... William A. Buckingham, n Maryland, has agreed.X send home letters' to The liallimor Star. Through the- Daughters ol Ih American Tthvolulion, Mrs. Bucking ham became very much inlercsted war lyort, nmV for many months wa caplain-geuoral of the War Mother .work'in her city. Two daughter aro still in the government bond fie. jiarlment pf'thc Baltimore rind Ohio Railroad. A son was In naval aviation yorfc. Convention Old-Timers Mr. and Mrs. if. L- Hoard, of Fort] 'Atkinson, have the distinction of be- ing "olrt-ljtners1; of the convention. Tlicy'flrstuiiado a tour with tho con- vention -'over twenty years ago, and iiavo "never missed tho annual gath- '.bring. They arc accompanied by their lamliy. Mrs.1 H.-irvey ingharn, of Dos 'Jloincs; ibwafwliri la accompanied by lier three son's nnd her husband, has a charming personality. "i Contrary, to the usual impression jhat women depend lo'a great extant lir.on clothes toald'llielr persoualitlCf liioro clleii Iho laso.of Mrs kmil of V.'lnona, Mlnnesoln "daughter, Miss Dorothy JLSONS FLYIPADS [Ur. UIII.CL 10 nown figures in' International Im- nlerallon circles. He was in charge f Canadian Immigration from Europe n the years when it 'attained, its highest figures.' Georgo Ham, of Montreal, one ol ie most prominent men In tho C n is also with tho party, accom Troutman, of Winn! C. putyoib: official of he Department'of Jm'migration; Char- es Hoss, ot the Trade and Commerce lepartmenl, who Is filming trip of the association, accompanied by Mrs Hoss and child, and Miss John- ston and Miss Alvord, of .the Doparl- utnl ol Immigration, are.also lu.'Uits Who's Guilty There's one moro question 1 would ask- To answer It's no simple task; Just this one distracting Who ever told cats they could sing! It's a grand and glorious feeling to wake up in the morning after a night "out" take a swift look at Big lien srimly pounding off the minutes spring out of bed, grab your trousers and then remember that its -Sunday And If you've got any religion in you at all you will get busy at once sing ing that wonderful old hymn, "Prais God From Whom All Blessings Flow. IT'S JUST THAT O-ne B-usled U-nion. IT WOULD BE HOT STUFF, TOO If lleilco keeps on being nasty its Lethbriilgo is duo to break its sugar asl shortly. Three carloads for im nentate delivery, trom the 80-odd cars low In tlio prairies, and more at na early date is the promise. During, the.-past month the Jiouse- vife who secured five pounds of granulated at a'lime was lucky. The other, evening liio Herald wilnessed ho spectacle of a mere man taking icrno a paper bag containing two pounds nnd It was icing sugar at that, lie carried it lovingly as if it find. The preserving operations in many households have been curtailed owing II ilejCiCU KtlCpO Ull Just as likeiy as not lhat Uncle Sam go right in there and make chili out of tho whole outfit. H ho does, how'd it he for Canada to round'up all her .Bolshevists, anar- chists, revolutionists, extremlsls, I. w Wists O.'B. U. ists.'olc., and then nsit Uiicle Sam to throw 'em in the pot or seasoning. Mayor Hardle wo'ulil hamstring a! be lawyers, according to a press re port. And the Herald aste, Is it be cause the attorney-general 15 a law- yer' Perhaps. But .it may be he- cau-e the mayor isn't a lawyer, and therefore, sees TID consistent reason why that class ol humans .ought to live. ___ Never heard ol hamstringing law- yers before. But they oo sometimes Jut horses and mules-and occasion, ally mares-out of the way -in ttiaf hrutal manner. New Machines Are Being Tried Out With Fair Crops With the introduction of tho header, ,16 farmers ol the Vulcan district are able to save their crop, and in many cases the yields will be above their expectations. The grain for the most part is dead ripe, and will be ready to thresh as as the id-vesting is finished. With the header all the grain is saved and put In the slack. Harvesting is in full swing and should last tor two or Ihrce weeks longer, provided the help silua- tion Is relieved. The bulk of the farmers will not, only get their seed back, but. will j have sonic citra. The average crop i yield will in some localities bs better j than ten bushels, to ihu acre. Oats: will yield fairly "well provided frost j doesn't appear.for two weeks. The recent heavy rains nave advanced them wonderfully. There will be more land prepared or nest year's crop this year than j was In this year." Fanners are doing more plowing since Ihe recent rains.] aro still optiraislic over next crop. 3.- is unusual for Wisconsin. AlUc-rta, said Mr. Hoard, reminds him very much ot Wisconsin, and he I declared that with tlie advent of large areas under Irrigation in this part of the provincu It would soon be- como a district which would take second rank lo none in the dairyinz and livestock business. Congressman Guy U. Hardic-. presi- dent of the National Kdilorial Asso- ciation, was also very much interested In the irrigation possibilities of tho province and was very sorry to liavo 10 leave ihc parly before touring the irrigation belt east of the city. "You know Colorado is one ot the big irri- gation ho said, "and we know its possiMliiles. With your land un- der walcr you should be able to do mosl anything. I look for big things from tills section ot western Canada. This Is the first irrigation district 1 have come across in Canada, and It seems like home tc me." DUTCH BELGIAN TREATY ISSUE STILL UNSETTLED Judging from tne eilremo' punish ment Mayor Hardle vrpuld mele- out to lawyers, behead editors outright._____ The Deacon That a fellow's prayers am I l to bo answered unless he gives God a hand in accomplishing the Job. It has come to a Imdy PARIS, Aug. reply oE the Dulch government to the statement ot Belgium In connection with the re-. vision ot the treaty of. 1839. has been placed 'before the''eoinmis5ion charg-1 ed with the revlsibn by Jonkheei- van j Swinderen, Jormer'Dulch minister of foreign affairs. No statement was is- ued after Ihe riieellng, but it is earned on good authority that ah iftreement In Is as remote as ever. The -viewpoint of the Dutch, it s said, is firmly''agamst the desires of Belgium. AUSTRIAN TREATY COMPLETED PARIS, Aug. final draft ol the Austrian peace treaty, it Is un dersloofl has been coinpleled and probably' will be handed over to the Austrian delegation on Monday. Pres nutation will be 'inado without pub lie or Kill them all. and. the germs too. lOc a packet at Dipggistsy Grocers .1 and General Stores. housenou s nave oeen cunaueu muni, n he's to sugar shortage but the- arrival has to lo of the carloads now cnroute will help worth city Tribune I A I ir-A WOllld thflt tllO pTOtltCCT niyncr riitco I AHll we worth OTTAWA, Aug. gw steals mucn asi nes cers, In convention at tho Chnlnau and still we let on. Lauricr last night, pre'dtclcd that sugar cwn 'POME woulil soar io 20 cenlsa pound before OUR WEEK-END POMfc hn present shortage Is relieved. They With wheat cr0DB declared a real famine- wouVl esiat it's a downright shame that the crops before supplies in Canada have caught are lean; up, and placed the blame chiefly on hn the bygone days wheat laj ail .he seamen's strike In-New York. As in emergency measiire" tho purchase often seen a fortune spoiling on me of 50 carloads of.sugar, tied up In ground. Caii.ida owing to'shipping difficulties, Didn't seem to think that me lias been a commit- stutl was gold tee of the wholesale, grocers. They Till the Water Works Controller de- will pay, It Is said, IS cents a'pound, tided lo withhold and the price lo the consumers will His usual gift ot t f I.. 1 n rlllh llmBS he 16 to 17 cents. RED SEAL OINTMENT The pore-rfea rising, purifying and sterilizing properties of this wonder ful E'uin Boap, using plenty ol ho water and soap, test applied wit! the hand s, will prove helpful tothoi who use H for the first time. 'Toac eruptions, Toughness or irritation If any, with Culicura Ointment be- fore bathing. Dry and dustlightl with Cutlcura Talcum, a fascinatin fragrance for powdering and pe fuming Ita Eldn, Nothing betle than these ideal skin ant ineir cost is but little. Cutlcura Soip Ointment 25 and! Tafccm 25c- plus Canadian duties, J cveTywhere. For sample each free Things You Should Have at Your Finger Tips FALL TERM Our regular Kail Term opens on Tuesday, Sept. 2nd. Plan now to start your course on this date, but it impossible to do so it is per- missaiile to start any Monday morning. NIGHT SCHOOL OPENS THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER .4. Write for Free Catalogue, conlining full information. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 EIGHTH STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE OFFICE PHONE 1315 RESIDENCE PHONE 1531 DO YOU DREAD PAIN OR DO YOU FEAR COST DE IF STATELY DIGNITY is your choice for a monument we arcs ready lo submit a variety ot designs. vRBAD of pain or fear ot cost have kept you away from the benefits, the real lasting benefits, ol good dentistry. Well, now, listen, and when you have heard, pick up the phone and make your appointment, or it you livp but of town, write us for a set date., Dentistry As We Practice It Is a Gentle Art. Tlte thousands whom we have .freely admit H and so will you too.- And Here's From Every You Spend, Tf you'cul out Ibis advertisement an.d bring it to our offices, yoii-wlll be entit- led to a straight 20 per cent, reduction from our regular- moderate flxevi .charges. In charge of our l.eth- bridge office, has now no connecllon whatsoever with our practice. Drs. Bruncr, McLaren Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Oil Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbritjgo LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRIST ALL BLOCK. takes a club some times .To beat a lesson firmly In a Western Ernest Fratle of Sorel was drowned fellow's mind. !n the St. Lawrence, near Pierre Is- when the Master fed tho multitude lanil, when a h'arge; yacht col-1 they gathered up the scraps, 'And they had left over a dozen 'heaping sacks. Or was it baskets they used? it was baskets. But it's too late now. The pome's done written now aim like the laws ot the Medcs and Pers- Oh, H's great to ho a paragrapher, as it so to speak. H you can't scratch up a word that coin bne. Tho public is merciful t" SHOE DRESSI KEEP YOMISHOIS HIM GOOD DISTILLERY GONE WROKG FORT WILLIAM, Ont., Aug. Tlio finest distillery outfit yet un- earthed since the Ontario Temperance Act was'put Inlo force In thU dis- trict was captured this .morning li Ihe home of Anlhonj- Dumey, wh< lives In an Isolated house In" Ihe west end of Ihe'clty. The still waa built f.t shlnlnfe copper wllh every ono of-lho latest Improvomerits, anil, whll none of the product was discoverer the vollce seized Sad-gallons.of mash 'ready for Ihe Dumoy appearei In police court this morning and wa rtneil MOO and coals atnl Ills inagnlfl- Mill ilfnt'.lltng oultlt was doomed t Lethbrldge Monumental Works 8th Street, South, R. Needi. oung erything Simply ;