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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST THE LETHBK1DGE DAILY HERALD Refuses to Eat and Condition Such That He Cannot Be Moved LONDON, Aug. 'Mayor Terence MacSweeney of Cork, who has refuged food si ace he was arreited la Cork on a charge of sedition 13 days ago, was reported in an extremely critical state this morning, although conscloui. Lord' Mayor MaoSweenejr In Bristpii Jail horot following bin conviction on tho sedition charge. He reiterated determination hot to toko unit! ue In related. IB Bald to 'be such that could not be removed authorited his reieafe. It is stated that 'if of release were given; food In prison t until he was "able to be removed. "At .the, hp'ino vofflce this, eald :tb.V decision of the goyerh '.'merit'had not feen altered and llac- be released. FRANCE'S TRIBVTE TO CANAPA; VOTERS IN B.C. Names placed 'ion the provincial Voters' list as a te- of number more than the total of, 1919.- Speaking at the U. F. O. picnic held >t Finc.h, jOnt.J_MrJiJaraes W. Mcbeod, M. U; A., for :'Storaont staled that, lu his: opinion', .the Farmers' party continue an effective factor In Canadian-politics, although many good Ideas Bindiiateu. froin them un- doubtedly wtfuld'remain. 'Appear At Yoor you cintroraa unexpected in- vitation you can feel an> fldeat of always appearing at rour best In but a feW readers aHn a wonderfully ioft, !l ;i6eyboJoomparbon, i rioted cattle' breeder, .Mcssoia Bayd, i and the Stales. In Wl the an'estate of the gross value ot near Prince Albert. j Bullion .IV won'the Brand chsru-j personalty Ttsutur loft JS.MIO to the ftituitf fcrelgu Mission Association, Canada, there were disputed at the estaio said oue of the most remark- able herds of tattle ever assembled. Canada, QUAKER'S MUNIFICIENCE Casrfdy, B. C., is Town Without .An Owner According To Court Judgment VANCOUVER. Aug. giving Judgment- In favor at the Ksa.ulmalt and h'duatao fiallway company 61 Vancouver Island, ID a nery important settlers' righta suit entitled Qsqulmalt and vtraas WBsoa and Justice Gregory finds thsl the Miuiag company loses (Is tKle to tne property on which. It built the of Cassldy a iuvv. Gieuby company has an Investment there of close on a million and a halt dollars. The caso will he carried finally to the privy council.In London. The Granby com- pany are carrying on mining opera- tions at Cassldy, which is a prosper- ous and growing minim; centre. Work Trill Is understood, until the disposal of the case by the privy council. in 'America. The historic herd ot Pol-, Herefords belonging to Mr. Boyii j Thomas Wm. Backhouse, of West 'Of; llendou llouso. Suuderlaud, foroiorly of tiro old private bank of Uachousn A Co., a prominent Quaker, a former chatraias of the School Board, o! u private observatory, left was one of the original sources that breed In tula country. He FAMOUS HERD DISPERSED of Moisoni Boyd Caussc Sale of Horniest HerefordB.' Following the recent dcatb of the The monument shown above Is to be erected m Quebec City by the French Government, in memory of Canada's part in the Great War. M. Ball- .leue, the sculptor, is shown puUlng the finishing touches to tho work. G u d s Oriental Cream CENTS A POUND IN THE CITY; "QUARTER A suanu. ON THE FARM local reUUers nre demanding ten cents a pound for tomatoes, and getting It, farmers In EBiex coajaAy find tomatoes rot- It Is Not Enough to Jt fev; j cnore iarportant to pasuijde liver. skin, and bowels to act in harmony and against sdf-poison- ng. act favorably upon all organs concerned- in aid waste-dimination; they remove causes-. as wdl as relieve symptoms. BEECHAM'S PILLS Worth a Guinea a box. i SoU CTMTvLan U Cauda. ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ASPIRIN Not 'Aspirin al All witliciul the contains proper liirocliGns Tontliaclio, Karaclic, Xcu prcecriW by physicians for over nine- ralgh, lilicumnliiim, teen years ant! now made in Canada. unbroken 'Layer Tablets of Aspirin Ing In the fields because of Inability o get' help. at five' dollars a day to >ick them. To illustrate this point, growers In lie vicinity of Ruthvcn, 27 miles south of Windsor, liare great pelds of omatoes ready to maket.. They offer- d to sell today an entire field cou- athjng perhaps a thousand bushels or more than J100, tlie buyers to pick and remove tiie tomatoes as they ileased. 'Anybody who will bring a.track out e can havo all the tomatoes he wmita at twenty-five cents a- bnshel, im boxes.In wHIcli to tolfl But- ner, one of the.b.est knowii .farmers' In southern apart of-'tne county. nd_ JaniJ arry'tnetii RICH GEISHA CURL IS MOURNED IN-TOKYO lively set In Tokyo s.In gloom oyer the death of Mrs. Some Hlruma, owner of-one o'f the most famous geisha houses of the city, and the event has'crist a light on the wealth which has been accumulated jy the butterfly ladies since the world var brought over-night wealth Ho .hpusauds of 'speculating Japanese. It appears that this woman who had on her staff somo SO geisha, icr wealth in IKe Initulrecls of thous-. ands, that groat: sums were at times received in a 'single day by her, aiitl tint at her eaiiuiuuirient .tips of 100 yen, from the liberal hands of new millionaires, have been, a common matter: At her funeral, a scene 'dB unusual jrilliance was presented, hundreds of eisha turning out in their fantastic costumes. RISING TO IT {London Answers.) raw recruits. are sometimes not so raw as their ofT.cors think Is proved by a'n incident that took place in a certain barracks. A-recruit was on -sf-ntry duty for, the first time, and, Ihe officer of the day, with bis daughter and his tag, waa passing. Tho sentry called: "Who goes Thinking to the 7nan, the office.r replied promptly: "Captain Jones, wife, daughter and dog." The recruit hesitated only, an In- slant, and tlieii Raid curtly: Jones, advance and be recognized! Wife and daughter mark lime. Dog stand at Us. Joint I'dins, ami 1'nin tin txilca of 12 InMfta cost hut a cents. Larger "llaycr" ia only one Yon must "Bayer" Aiplrln lh< Irndcmnrk crtililtrcl In CannJ.i) o< ravpr llannfaolnrc rtf Mono. teelkuldctUi Mllcyllcacla. .Wlill, It I, known tVr.l A.pltln KMHcmrf.te tylitt In. pimilr unltul ImllaHorj, II, !tayrr Cempinf Wl Ifamfcj with (heir jentral mark, (tio "jjaytr Vmi." B. 0. Oarnoii, ot Mulnes, Iowa, were believers in Meuaellau theory of awedlty, aud lu 189S uegan the experi- ment ol a variety of horn- .ess Four yoare later a I thorougli search among -tireeders I revesled four young balls which., ky a natural freak, bad been torn with- out horns. Two ol these freaks were purchased by Mr, Ccinuuon and Ilia other two by j Mossom Boyd. These tour aulinalc came the aucestors al all the Polled Heroiords In the world. Bred to horn- ed Hereford cows, true to the Mim- delEan a part of 'their progeny proved to ba homeless: and by breed- Ing solely from these hornless cues, a completoly hornless treed was de- veloped. There' wure 500 head ot this remarkable breed oa'the Boyd farm on tho Canadian National Hail- ways near Prince Albert. At Ihe first auction sale of these new cattle held'by Mr. iloyd at Kank- altee, 4n 1S07, breeders were afraid to offer high prices for fear the strange type .would not produce trulj. But on the continued success of the originator of tlio breed the Polled Hereford! became as stand- ardized Polled Aneus. Their pop-i ularily was Increased by a shoiv herd' eihiblled at many fairs in Canada lo the Friends' Central Educatioc Coiamtilec. i'1.000 to the British and r'oreisn BiWe Society, to the Suisderliiud Infirmary. to the Association for the I'raliiisis of Women Teachers In ths Society uf Friends, .and- many othei Is.-a privilege to change her but every good, housekeeper is thoroughly decided on the superiority of Blue Gibbon Tea ADMIRAL CHARLESTON Of the Urilisli who hiis In coniirmm! tlio IJrftlsh fleet, wluclj to ujiorale tho Hnhlicvir.i aUw'.J the ocfur. "Brier" Smoking Tobacco has, become a j. V Canadian More men smoke "Brier" than any otter tobacco in Canada. It leads in leads m valued Now in new form- 's Cut tobacco. laid standards established in 1358. Still leading in value. MacdonaidYCut "Brier" gives more tobacco foir the money in the 1-12 lb.' packagelor per pound. ;