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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THE LETHDRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, AU.Gl'ST 25, 1920 I THE LATEST PICTURE OF PREMIER ME1GHEN, I ST. LOUIS, Aug. Charges Ihai Cosiretunin Brillou of Illinois mioV that (1x9 British parliament a'poroprlal- c-4 JS7.500 to be expended by the Brit- ieh ambassador it Wasblnsloii for "en- 'tertalament purposes1' in furthering 'the Democratic presidential campaign. were declared to3ay to be "perfectly 'absurd" 'by Sir Auckland Utddes, Brit hh ambassador, who ia here attend Ins Ihe conTeulion of the American ,llar .AssCH-lalkin. Sir. Auckland said: "The British goverumeni has noi me.dc any contribution of any sort to j any party in any state for any pur pose. The only fund which the Dri'.- j ish gOTenHiient his placed at my dia- yosal Is ihc one covering the eiuenses of inrseU and 30 other per- sons connected with the embassy. amount Is aboul SS7.00P. or less '-San a year for each person. and as are'now, il 15 an la tg- t ulflcanl amount." J Yea r.rn nd, Ing when (oil mo SaWs Oli.l- CCZEMA Lraent Icr and itoaa. li relicTcs atonet fiilT titils Iba rUn. Sinii'Io Dr. Olnlnunt It rnciidon wpcr and 2r. st-ircp for poj-iagr. cor. boj; ell deAlrra or Daica Irriti- WINNIPEG MAY HAVE MOTOR'BUS LINE WINNIPEG. Auy. busi-s to combAl the (tirei on the vlectTic railway will tu by aldermen :il a spec- lal uieiMinE of tbe civic to heU this afiemoou. The dbolltlon oi workmen---' material for SPIUC warm ills- .CEMETERY FOR HORSES i At Aiiiilsion. All., before foing lo his death on the scaffold for murder, a negro delivered a 20 minute talk to people. While Harry Uingess was fishins in the Thames river at a motorist drove up unJ stole his new bicycle. Tilbury ralepayers will vote on a uy-luv; to guarantee tbe bunds uf a caiiccrr, that will operate a large auto- mobile and truck factory. A I'orllaucL Ore..- couple have cn- tuseil au instructor to teai-li their sou. aged years and 7 months, to play golf. He uses especially made clubs. Tobacco conference -at Leilngtou, 'decided lo reduce 1921 acreage on ground lliat 10 per cent, oi last year's crop without profit. grown Ijy 11 L.I kground Is seen a monument to The world's only cometery for horses city. ,ln ft the bodies of thoroughbred hors once ftVcll-liuown racehorse: The new Prejnier is here seen on MF visit o[ iiisncclSen to.Ihe Montreal niirlilir. Oil the left is Mr. W. 0. Ites, I'rcsiJent ot tho Montreal Harbor CoimnisEicu. If You Enjoy Good Coffee DO THIS----------- MANITOBA WILL HAVE ENOUGH TEACHERS some "SF-AL made frosi ihe d-.Gtcesi oplind benics, in Imuriouj hUls, fall of tpicf courbhmmt tod surdu ccjoj defied, blended znd t SEAL BRAND Then in miking, allow a tablapoorvfuj of colttcio tick cup daircd, pour bailing witcr on ir, singer 6re tninuttj, elar wilh a dash of cold YODC dulec stUj "SEAL BRAND'', v ,_ ground, unlfine-croLiodjin 'i, i and nru, soled, to iKit die' coffee nuhcs you ricn In it CHASE SANBORN MONTR1EAL. E- f came. WINNIPEG. Aus. There will he uo shortage of school teachers in Man- itoba this winter, according to the dc- While crossing u bridge near Helle- fnnlainc, the ilrivcr of an auto- mobile was slung by a bee. He lost! control of the wheel the, machine i' was wrecked, serionslv iujimiio him. i _ Arthur Jackson. 4ll. slenptil into a j Chicago shoe store and asked the price of a pair of shnes Iho win- i dow. "They arc. 514.51 without the war replied the .Jackson dropped dead. W. If. Coatcs. EDII of Rev. II. II. OoatCF. D. of Japan, has been chosen Rhodes Scholar Cur 'Drilish Colii'mbki: Japanese. arc iHiyiiin quanti- ties of iMiil in Mexico near tlio Call- parlmeut of education. U Is cstlmatod forniK -border. presumably in rase that teachers will Uf required and practically all this iiumhcr have been obtained. of being -barred'from lioliHny Iniul In that slato. POSTAL WORKERS DELETE SYMPATHETIC STRIKE CLAUSE j EDMONTON, Aug. Amtl- j-fiauialcd Union of Postal Workers has dccuTcJ to ilelelc froni th1; constitu- tion the clause Giving numbers Ihc right Lo participate in sympathetic; strikes-' The vote lor Lhff changtt wag unanimous. The convention itself i went ou record as favoring the legiti- mate aims ot the labor party. The delegates were all engaged on commit-1 lee work this morning, consisting oi changes in the cms illation, changes and reports of officers. September is a Delightful Mont'ii for a Trip to the VANCOUVER British Columbia a ahort dist- ance irom home as enpyablc an oirtlng you could possibly de- sire. Practically no city on the con- tinent dan offer yoti right at Its 'doors tuch a number of natural beauty views of na- ture In Its rugged grandeur at can Vancouver. English Biy and ils bathing Canyon and unsurpassed mountain Stanley Park, un- touched natural reds of beauty spola that world tourists go In over. I Officer OF Ill-Fatcd U. S. S. Gives Story Of Remark abb Adventure and Recovery. be- glad you Csla Sspt. VANCOUVER EXHIBITION Brftlah Columbia's Great FalUFalr Magnificent of Lfve S1ocV. and Agricul- ture from all parts of B.C. and the ing, Forestry and Fishery exhibits. Interesting ing of Coast manufactures. Races Prograni Every Day, See your local agent Tor Special H.our.d Trip Hates. Write loday lor Illustrated Kolder what Vancouver details of r.xrilhltlon Week program. J. G, Davidsan, Publicity Bureau Maintained for the Convenience of Visitors 230 Seymour SI., Vancouver, B.C. Hlirliard Cannon. Chief Petty 001- ,ccr of the U.S.S. Neptune, vvliose clra- nislic capture al'swi H- fiRrrnsn hoal and subsequent experiences ahoard the submarine antl in a Gur- 'iran prison hospital thrilled thn en- i Lire country. ia still another uorld war liyro to test the remarkable: rccon- strut live powers ot Tanlac anil give It 'iin alrong endorajmenL. Mr. Cannon's adventures were BO harrowing that his lonstiliUion was completely Ehatlercd hut atler mouths of suffering ho haa now regained lhc- vronderful health that enabled him to pull through life adventures alive and iu today the same ulrapptng two luindrod IfoumV fiRhler that on the Ill-fated oilier. But let him tell Ills own story; the Neptune was torpedoed oft Che Irish said Sir. Cannon, i.'iio row lives at 107 "K. Tampa, Fin., "1 had my right leg and fivj ribs broken by explosion, iiml when I came to'my senses I found my. fcplf on hoard a submarine bound for (3ormiiny. I WHB kept in a German prlpon hospital for five mouths, and you Imagine what I must have Kiitfcred when I tell you that I foil off in wrjtyhl from two hundred and twen- ty-five to a hundred and tbirty-oni pounds. When I was repatriated and flmllv discharge1 in February, inifi.'l was IIUlo littler UIQII a living skcltou. I had no ntipelile and my 1019 the number" of resistralions to-': tailed 324.8S6. By re-' glEtraiion of rars is ad'follows: 139.2S8; Saskatchewan. Sl.OCC'; Quebec. Manitoba, Urlliih Columbia, Nova Scolia, .Now; Brunswick, 8.U6I; Prince tdward 1s- Tnnd, 50'J. i At the prtstnl lime the sum of 1 5oO.000.000 Is iovesled in Iho Cam- i Oina motor and Us various lines account for ibe employment of more than people. Tbe estim- alcd agcrcgito sale ot cars In Canada year was orcr and csiicrt invKtigation has elicited tho probability of a 35 per Increase, over [beoo figures for the year 3920. Ontario Ccuinila's Motor Frorince. Ontario is the molcr [irovincc of Canada' ia manufactures as well as oiraershlp. WindEor. with its sur- rounding communities of Walkcnille and Ford City, Toronto are the most imnorlan.l minufaetur- ,ing toirns. The Ford ifolor Company 'at Wilkerrille cmpIoyE 3.470 em- ployers at the home office. The covering acres. The recently completed phrus of the Canadian Products. Lid., division ot tbe Gen- eral Motors o( Canada, constructed at rt'alkcrvilk-, Other larpc plants ;r. the Windsor district arc .Mai-jell's and the Studebaker in addition (o which there is a number of plaiilR turniuff oin and automo- bile parts. At Oshawa, tuc Ccueral Motors Corpfiialiou of Canada has llircc large rl.inls. vrhcre McLnuslin, C'ljevrolol Oldcsniobilc cars -are year between snd was spent W. thia on extensions nnd improve- ments In (onnccllon wllb !no Indus-' try. In Toronto the Wlllys-Ovcrlanii tt.r. [ilant, wliilst Chatham, fiiJtlicncr. ITamillra anrt Lie Inlerislcd in !lic. Montreal, In QtK-bcc, Is also Interested In motor in-' duslric.s. nml Canadi 1-: Ir.rpely Inlrrcatcd In I'nrh the iniji'irr anrt export of anlo- In Ihe Impoits o[ and to- rjpbrls for .the same rallied si 231. The Imports were pracllcaliy all from thc'Vnltcii Scales. The of trade can he seen [mm a comparison TrilJl (be (io urcs of Ifii? and HH8 vrhlch were ?3.- and S4.413.375 respectively. the bomialon'a hcst. huyr-r )flnt -rar the Commonwealth, luiyin: worth of cars. New next with then the I'u'icd Kingdom. S721.000 and IndU {664.000. Turkey tooV. freight Bulornobllcs to the value of pjrortn to Iho United Wald rotalkd m'alnlr psrts, and lo Ihc Arecntinr rLflpublle J552.4CO. Tho llritish prcfcrcnllal Urifl which ncTil Inn effect on Kcplcmbcr 1st, niT1, Jr rxpcclcfl to impart a con- flldcrablr yfimuhui (o th'o Canadian autrimobilr indtistry. It graiila pre- ference of riniMliird proTlded that not than ?S per cent of the labor on iho flnlsJird car shall bavn been Bronjrfc... Children dance with joy at sigKt of a full, plump, WAXTITE package of KeHogg's Toasted Corn know what crackJy, crispy, richness. it contains. Give them heaping milt or cream, or fruit and fresh and tempting in the familiar WAXTITE package. Cora nimblftl made io o-ir new tilcfccM >l' TORQNTO A Corn? Why, a touch will end it! A corn is needless, and.millions of people know ]i. Years ago nearly every woman had them. Now womcri who know Blue-jay never suffer corns, Ask your own friends. Blue-jay comes in liquid form or pias- ter. Oneappliea it in a a touch. The pnjn slops. In a little time ihc ivholc coin loosens nnd comco out. The proof is everywhere. Tens of millions of corns have been ended in this simple, easy way. This is the scientific method the modem way of dealing with a corn. It was created by this woild-iamed labora- tory, which every physician rcspeclt. One lest will solve all yout corn prob- lems. Male it tonichl. Buy Bluc-jny from your druggist. Plaster or Liquid Tho Scientific CornEnder BAUER BLACK, Limited Chicago Tnronto New York' M.ktr. tf Sit.nt Surf kit Drcuhn Piodvcu ;