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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY TJIE LSTHWRIDGE OAH.Tf NINE LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. C. S. NOT DRY, WE'LL TELL THE WORLD HOO.OOO lu revenue from liquor iu 1919. It wu a dry fear? Of coarse, wasn't drougut In tho norlh country, as the Kdmon- ton Journal repeatedly pointed out Wllhelm, ttio Woodchopper, doubt- less has sorera! axes to grind. Scientists hive been trying (or yeans to get lu touch with Mars. It they don't hurry Old Illcost will beat Hi cm to it. A WISE CHOICE The choice for speaker has fallen to Pingliv; If wo'vo sized htm up right, he'l! make the House Jlnsle. Anil this la what a long-sntterlni Itubltc is demanding ID theso days o economy. m Doctors are predicting an cpldcmti of hiccoughs soon. It would be a saO thing .It this distressing Mlady AM ENEMY OF MMiKiND A Soktk FK ti Deal With The subtle, unsuspected tritK which, taking hold OB the kidoe saps tbom of tfccir strength and vital- ity, rendering them inactive and to remove'lbe poisous and waste sub stances from tho blood, should immtcli otcly be dealt with. All wlo suffer from backache, pains -in the sciaties, rheumatism, aeuralgia, coo slant teidacies, '.eonstipitlon, tha hclplns feeling of Iwsitudej stiff swollen joints, hanas and ankles, Bora should get luto parliament. The speeches arc long-winded enough un- der normal conditions. The first meeting of the Leigne ot Nations wss held yesterday. No, It wasn't the 13th, but it was Friday. A NEW RECRUIT FROM RUSSIA (Special Dispatch.) mar Klllemoft has sailed Cor merlca to assist the Red brethren In eir campaign to raise hell in gen- ral la the United Slates and Canada. Is not known whtther he Intends assassinate the shlp'B captain, but dunces are that he will before rrivins at New York. Killcmotf oasts record of one murder a day n an average. He has already been ccoraled six times by the liolahevlld. ladame Kllleraoff did not sail with er husband as she Is suffering from broken head Inflicted by her hus- acd. She la not expected to live. The (lllenioff children, three girls and Ive boys, alt died of starvation dur- nj December. Thus, relieved of do ineslic responsibilities, Klllemoft will e able to devote hlmscll wholly to he cauic. When a Feller Needs a Friend CAN VOU BEAT Porridge Jumps a Ine. IT, JOCK? ulckel.-Hes.d- ThiB Increase In the cost of porridge naturally causes the loyal Scots to onder It U1U will go higher. the By BRIGGS ieg Hill rillt, by fsr tlie most I'ffective remedy tor diseases of tins vital organ. The first clgn of pain in the bsck or side 13 warning enough. Do not delay. Once the kidneys and bladder get "out of order, most serious, and often fatal consequences arc likely to follow in quick sequence. Get a box Gin Pills today, and correct tie derangement before it is too late. At all druggists or dealers, 50c. Money refunded if not satisfied. Free sample on irwueat. The National Draff t CbemieM Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto. United Slates Address, 202 Main St- Buffalo, N.Y. To curl or not to curl, wag question settled by tho Chinook. People -only now recovering from tho high cost of giving, "SON REMEMBER'1...... There was one world championship bout- which Jack Dompsey failed to figure in. The American Legion men are not likely to allow him to forget the details. Dr. Lyman Abbott that the two most terrible words In tho Bible are 9 With the Fort Frances paper manu- facturers defying the federal control- ler we'll if the tetter's powers are not all on paper. TEARS Afot) FEAR (Ay V P. R. Elation, Lethbridge. Enter Percy and Pauline. Percy carries travelling bag and last edition of Herald. Bolh smartly dressed. Faces register sorrow. Percy Uooking at eight minutes, dear. Pauline (powdering her already while ain't it aw- ful 10 Ihlnk yon have to leave mo all alone In Ihis cold world? Is bard, darling, but I'll soon bo back. I simply.couldn't stay long in Calgary. I know, (begine to whimper cat-like.) the sob stuff, Paulino. 11 makes it hard tor me. Be brave. Hero take this prescription. It may help some, dear. (Hands her slip ot _ ROUSE HOTTEST NIGHT OF SUMMER -AND PA AND MA AMD EV'BOOY QVJT ON I HE FUoMT PoRCH GETTING me iv IS per cent In comparison wttfc Xoi ember, but an Increase of 21 per cent over Decnmber, 1918. The employment service'ot Canada received about applications fof employment, were noiltfed of vacancies and made about placements and cai'ual; placements during the mouth. Conditions In Canada Are Better Than Year Days Lost (Ry Canadian VrtEa Leaeed OTTAWA, Jan. was less 035 of time due to strikes iu Decciu- er than in November or December 918, tho labor department reports how. Twenty-two strikes were in orco during tho month, involving bout 2.S2S work people, and rcauliing u a tlmo loss of 4S.960 working days. Seven of the strikes commented Uur- ng that month and thirteen were still n existence when tho month closed, Theso affected work people. Thfeo boards ot conciliation report- ed to tho department during the month and live applications for (he appointment of boards were received. Tho porcenlaso of unemployed am- ong members ot trades unions at tho end of the month was 3.5S. aguinst 2.71 at tho beginning of November. Reports from more than firms showed a slight decline In the total number of employed. In civic em- ployment there was a decrease of near- The Army of Constipation Is faowiatj Smiller CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER RLU are .responsible. Not only relieve constipa- t biliousness, sick headache. In- low they never __________ of regular habits follow, vegetable. saaum-smai DR. CARTER'S FILLS, Nature's great ntrve and Wood tonic for Anemia, SleepleuMU and Fetule Wca Now Is The Time I To place subscriptions for the coming year. are authorized agents {or Cosmopolitan......................... Hearst's........................... Good Housekeeping................. Subscriptions taken for any magazine. All enquir- ies and subscriptions answered promptly. (Copyright, 1510, New York Tribune, One.) paper.) Now, let's get it over. Paulino dries tears and he kieses her one, twice, thrice. Scene II., iu street car. but .she tloesn'l feel it. She Is gazing out but does net sec the build-' Ings or the people. All Pauline sees la the pretty, snap- Pauline is staring worriedly out py-eysd blonde that smiled at Percy window. Her hand Is on the slip ouas she boarded tho train Just ahead of All she sees is that treah she is wondering if she and Percy aro talking yet. They wera when the train passed Xobletord. Western Subscription Box 1059 Agency Leth See Advertisement on Page Thirteen H THE NORTHWEST a 1111 timm j] What We Learn from the Canadian Pacific Railway Report Thnt from tho crop of 1915 a little over bushels ot whenl has been shipped over Iho C. P. K. lines from Calgary sooth in the boundary lines and from Iho. MounfcJna cast to Mediclr.a Hat, and that of Ihls shipment COAUDALE HAS SHIPPED OVER ONE-FOURTH OF THE ENTIRE SHIP- MENT. GOING THROUGH THE REPORT WE FIND A3 FOLLOWS: Tliat COALDALE lacks bushels of having shipped as much whe.it as tlic entire country from Maclcod fo Calgary, IncluAmg Granum, Claresholm, iSanton, High. Hivor, Cayloy, Stavely, Okotota, etc. That COALOALE has shipped THREE times as much wheat the. whole ALDHRSYDB line from Lethbrldge to Aldcr- syde, Including the world famous wheat producing district land is selling for OMB HUNDKBD DOLLAUS nn aero and embracing the shipping points ot N'oblefovd, Barons, Carnmngay, Champion, Vulcan, Blncklc, etc. Thnt COALDALE has shipped KOUtl limes as much wheat an Iho >whol3 country West of to Iho Mountains, South to Fiwectgnws nnd Southwest to Cardston. Thai har, shipped moro'bushels than (ho wliDlo lino East of T-etlibridgo to Jlcdlclno Hat nud tho wholo l.ollibridjc-Weyburn line combined. That COALDALE has shipped TWO AND limes the grain that has bcf.n shipped on the lino from Lelhhldrgo Medicine How iBland, Burdclt, Soven 1'erKons, etc. And litar this In tho elevators at CoaWnle have not shipped out a car of since Deccmhc-r Jflth, and are loaded lo Iho peal; m every available car lias been used for Ihe shipping of Alfalfa, so that I'.lic amount shipped Is no Indication ot the amount still held by tho farmers of the Coalrtalo District. So much for ralsfng when Coaldale has shown the world lhal she can r.iisc wheat whrre (he world famous wheat rais- ing dlsrrlcts In 19Ut wcro nlmosl a complete, fallurc-but this Is thri point wo wish lo drivo whnat rahlnu Is Iho SOLE) aim ot the other districts mentioned above that In the Coaldalo District'the raising of wheat is of Iho LEAST Is merely a S1DB aro raising wheat only long enough lo prepare Iho. ground for Ihe raising of (hat greatcni, ot all forage LIAVE you not often heard the expression, "Oh! irrigated land is alright for raising hay and fod- when it comes to raising wheat, it isn't we have heard that expression for a great many years, we heard it in 1904 and we have had it drummed into us ever since and we regret as much as any one the partial crop failures of She past few years, we cannot refrain from drawing the attention of the public to the fact that while other districts have raised little or no wheat throughout the'whole of Southern daldalc.District has gone right on pro- ducing as usual.