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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE i-ETimniDGE DAn.Y HERALD SATURDAY, JANUARY. 2-1, 102U LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. C. S. "SI" SAUNDERS IS DEAD Out on bald prairie on the. tag-ends of iho earth, In band of the Sik-iii Places, of death and drouth itud dearth; Land of tlie tiapuer and miner, where a thousand perils Into this lanu tame aaundccs, into Ihu West i-nmo "Si." That was many years ago before tho rails caino in. men ol iron struggled against win; And "Si" fit in the brave man cannot He showed his breed and voiced his creed ]u the columns of tho Xcws. Hut iho last stuff has been written and the last form locked-up tight, Cause "Si" now dwells up yonder in iho laud of Greater Light; Ami there's happiness in heaven while there's mourning over hero; And friends from .Nomo to Piucher will stop to shed a tear As they think of dear old Saunders ploucer, editor and lo hlEhest .western ideals, a rea imm to tho end. WHY IS IT? That tlie waits until a follow jels comfortably fixed in bed before Jt discovers it ivr.iits a drink? A inillionnirc ;ani nianufaclurcr rctirod from and mar lied .in earl's daugh'er, wns iisliameil of thR trade -n-herebi' ho piled his fortune. Ono day ho wrote lo a neigh Vior au impudent letter fomplainiusj the iu wlilcli the other's ser vai'its were trespassing on Ills grounds. Tlio neigiitior wrote back: "Dear trn sorry to hear tliat my servants havo Lecu poaching on .your preserves. my lueutionlug your lIFEldMISERY And a Ope b Talcing "FRUrr-A-TlVES" CANADA OWES THE IMMIGRANT A SQUARE DEAL Should Give Him Every Op- portunity to Become a' Belter Clllieii "Plenty o" beer and tobacco in heav- reads a headline. IE that dou'l set 'em to church1 nothing Vlll. hundred barrels of perfectly good Kentucky whiskey was recently dumped into the seu. That's ono. lime ,ihe fiBhcs slipped ono over on the land Suubers. The Onlario twine dealers are sore tiecauEG .U.F.O. bought their binder twine from a Cbjcaso house. In other KR5.M.J. CORSE S923 Union St., Vancouver, B.C. "I suffered with all tho symptoms of Female Trouble, with chronic Con- stipation and constant Headaches. had fax down in the beck and sides of the I tried varioiij remedies without relief, and then put myself under ft doctor's and ho advised mo to liave an operation. I refused. Then, I started iaktnj 'Fraii-a- tites'; and from the outset, I foil belter, and thil mtditinehas completely rclifitd mo of all my misery and suffering. My weight TJM only H3 pounds and now it is pounds. em free of pain andhefldaclics and tho terrible Constipation; and what saved ma from misery is the splendid fruit medicine, 'Frult-a-tivesV MRS. M.J.GOXSE. 50c. a for size25o, At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited Ottawa, Ont How the Church Can Aid BY DR.CHARLESSTEL2LU FEELING HE I'our Months', Credit Iteing Of. fered Canadians by Concerns t us say that Canada has a Stales turing: firms are hegluulug to feel tho pinch ot tho hoary discount at which '.he Canadian dollar Is now selling across lie border. Orders an falling jxi us say inyi ruuijrm v-anaua nas .1 r, i_ n population of S.050.00.T, .imi lhat its apprechWr, It is raM, Iho Cana- populafcm is and tuyere looking to other markets. pnpL-.. tliat Ihe latter ramt from the L'nitciJ States. This will altcast us a proportion- ate estbiale of Ihe people liviui! Canada, and in fi.yures wliich m05.t of us can casfly rcinembcr. The war'grcatly went harJ: to for IheJr countries, ami com- WAGES DON'T KEEP PACE i lies of tUo department ot labor, do-1 j dared in ait address last night. Food HOME, Jan, Jlou NEWAKIf, m December cost twice es nyijcb Hoyal Meeker, commbslonor.ol statla- aa well is it-did la'1913. elnl-ofllclft tie FINISH OF AN ALPINE CLIMB to. sell where Ihelr money stands lu better i light. i As a result several firms across the border. particularly some, selling electrical equipment, aro offering Canadian customers u long-term cre- dit, giving four months la which the buyer cau pay. llie following. i3 lha offer made: clusive. Over '10.003 ol these came in 1815. Since 1901, tth to Canadian clients accepting therefor the buyer's lour months' immieranls al lLc comparatively low rato or six per cent. At tho end of that came to Canada and theexpcmiitureon I oc B13 immigration by tho Government during "mo, or .sooner, al rte purchasers this period amounted to pleasure, the note can be met plfts or about each. exchange. The Idea is to give Cairn- That is, Cnnaih paid less than an tlisna the benefit of any alteration average of SG for every full-grcwii man j In the exchange rate in Iho next four months. One S. firm haa circular- ired Its Cauadtau clients that It has words, Green thinks Drown is unfair because ho buys shoes from White for a dollar less than he could at Green's U. F. A. Furrows suppose the advance In tho price of lumber had anything to do with the re-election of Wood. SEE SHABBY, FADED "GARM'ENTS.TLJRN.NEW next premier." was the way Mr. Crerar -was introduced. Too bad that bcwhiskered political bouquet bas to bo adopted by a brand new [tarty. The severely cold weather did not appear to effect tho warmth of Iho discussions. Tlie farmers think that Wood is pretty safo timber i "Dhmor.d Dyes" F.fake Old Ap- 1 parei Fresh and Stylish Don't worry perfect results. Use guaranteed lo (jive a new, rich, fadeless color lo nny fabric, whether ft be wool, silk, )inen, cotton or mixed es, blouses, stockings, draperies, cov- erings. The Direction Book each pack- age tells so plainly how to diamond over any color that you can not iiiakc a mistake, To match nny material, havo drug- gist ehoy you "Diamond Dye" Colo, The two groups In tho U. F. A. canto to the parting of the And it will be. Interesting to What will become of tha strays: Had to Go to Bed Headaches so Bad MILBURN'S LAXA-LIVER PILLS MADE HER WELL Tho presence In Calgar.v of so many cabinet ministers during the convention wag a source of much comment- "WTiether or not they bauq'uetted 'res. Wood at ths Palliser Is not mown definitely. Some of Hie dele- ;ates dcabt it. Tho Prince of Wales will spend loiue time at the homo ranch in Al- liorla next spring. Suppose ho wants o be with the boy's during the spring round-up. Many a man is convicted ru cir- cumstantial evidence. Frlnstance, when tile wifo finds a hairpin in her husband's pocket. I slula a kiss Iho other night, 1 can't forget that .smack; I think I'll call again tonight And fiive the ditrn thing back. "Whin your liver gets sluggish ant inactive, your whole health sulfcrs Your bowels become constipated, youi tongue is coaled, breath bad, speck: float before the eyes, you aro bilioua have heartburn, water-brash, pain un- der the light shoulder, muddy and lirown spotted complexion, etc. Help the liver to resums its propel function by removing the bilo that in the blood and poisoning Iho system. Mrs. B. Uaiabridge, 30 Maplo Ave., Amhcrst, N. S., tako plcaa- urfi in writing you of the good I re- ceived by using Mllburn's Laxa-Llrcr Pills for heaiinches. I was 30 had J had lo go to could not sit up. A friend told me about your wonder- ful mc'liclnc, and two vials havi) made ihc aa well as can be." MUburu's Pills nrfi small nnd easy to lake, do not-gripe. weaken or sicken dn not leave any after- effects. Price 2Sc n vial at alt dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of prlco by Tho T. Slllburn Co., Umlted, Toronto, Oiit.--Advertisemonf. must be dull in Winnipeg.' Xo strikes, no papeis, no Jlgss, no Mult and nothing. With tho country hono dry Nesv York night life must bo a of its former self. Premier Stewart says he Is not al all averse to leaving Edmonton and ?oing back to his quiet counlry home. Wonder if lie means for thy week-ends. FOOTPRINTS Tl la all very lo leave "foot- prints in tho panda of but Al- berta farmers prefer leaving them in irrigated farm lands, canie here ready" for service, for s'hnss a 'Aorkcr she had never expended a single dollar, and who had cost sonic other Government many of dollars to educate mid equip. Furthermore, tlie coming of this immigrant immediately advanced the value of hud because'he vai a pros- pective the more tenants there are the dearer land he increased tlie assets of every bustn- ncss enterprise in Canada, because he n potential consumer of al! kituj of conunwUlicj as well ns fl "machine" for the production of Ihcsc commod- ities, from whose cfTorls employers of 1 illicit1 and (he public in general would receive crcat benefit, white he counted if he. made a Jt is true that the immigrant who comes here ret fives certain benefits which, however, aro shared equally by all of IK, bill jet us not [orget" the contribution which he himself has made toward our common prospwilv.. -lier husband sit- ting at her sideV But' Dr. hatl learned during the night so Ihlng that shook his rugged soul. Brio StnVheim's Universal wohder picture, the action of which takes place amid the awful grandeur, of the. Alps, will seen at the Colonial. Theatre tunci-.'W'ei'ncau'ay Thursday' 'and- Friday. n- inenibered''iis the hated army offJcefr Heart wrote', d I starred -fiv -Jiie pic- ture.- }Beaulifiir plays opposite tho star. Tola of iior- the part of her surgeon'-huEband BEGAN AD POOR MAN John Dodac's Fortune is Estimated DETJIOIT, Tno career John led litany struggles ii gainst poverty and j failure, and its closo found hint one :of me motor kings of Ihe world, .ivllh "stlmalc-rt ill upwards UUIt.HSIFK Jlr. horn of i Midi.. ago. After his. public Dodge paralleled in many education bo served an ap- i of a majority of Michigan's load- Ing automobile gan iu a email machine H bo- inclufl- NOPE! YOU CANT FOOL 'EM! When Twenty-five Millions Buy "Cascarets" They j Musi be "Jusl Right'1 for Liver and Bowels i Twenty-five inflllon boxes o( Cnicar-Jhe toxins, poisoris and spur. Imllgesl- fl.- vrero aoH ,atl year lo lbln.wasto William sriplnf or iiiconven rclol (run nil- Inillsealion, Giscs, CoMi ar.il Hick Hcadacht wllhoul hting shaken tip and sickened all tho next clay. Cns, carets work ivhno you slci-p. removing iug tho anil bowel muscles, They never weaken or upp.ct you llko Salt-s, Calomel or his falher's maclilnc In [SSC IIP moved lo Detroit follow his He un.s .sliorlly jtiined by his brother, Horace K. ]Mfc, anil for years tho iTjru'ihf-Va worked together as vv Thnir firsl Inc-sa 'venture was In WOO. when they opened a stujp (jf Uieir own, piniiluyins twelve persons. They built parts for aiUomobilo concerns JUKI starting in Jn (ho hrothera announced their intention o[ enierlng tbo uu- tornobilo business on their own OC' count. The enterprise was success- ful from tlit: atid under The ImpeltH of the war It grow un- til '-today tho Intnrcpls crnplo) [ipproxlniately IS.OOO persons. .Tohn DO-JKO rarely figured In tbo social lifo.of UuUvlt. Ilo v.'as re Corded us of !ho city's mo.it dcjnoeralii: niltllonafrcn. He Is sur vlveil by .Ills widow, a daughter and tWO 50113. H, Kclls, of St. Thomas, Out. violent Pills. Cnscarels cosl so llltlc for -II ycara an active railroad jineer, hiis THE GREATEST SCREEN EVEfJT IN HISTORY OF SOUTHERN ALTA. .TBPHS; THE PICTURE .THAT WILL TAKE SOUTHERN ALBERTA BY STORM Tit? Enthralling inat ilie Art Ka Editor of ,We J. foremost authority in the' country on .the merits of moving pictures, says that of all the pic- tures he has seen this, year; .'.'BLIND HUS- BANDS" is one of the three- best, "BLIND HUSBANDS" has fewer explanatory titles than any big picture ever means that its story ic so absorbing and so flawlessly acted that explana- tion is almost unnecessary. The plot, involving the destiny of a wife, a husband and another man, is very simple but so absolutely gripping that once you see the deadly peril into which it is leading, nothing short of a million dollars could make you take your eyes from the screen. Asd towards the end of this picture you'll have the biggest surprise you ever had in your life. See tell your Don't let them miss it. 0E LUXE Watch Closely for Full Particulars Wcek'i ;