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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta YIIK ucniuKipoK DAILY HERALD. JULY 23, lOlO A. Binjbam. ot proviaoe. Hasllii.- about miles iionh "I bave throiigj tlrs eiper- o; Quill is among the leuce letore. .from ike llult o[ Mes- liumbor of iarmfrs iu Icfl (o ids sdlj Mr. Blns- rsrl of ihe province wlio are disn> Sam 10 z raprHfnlaiive or the Heglui pointed, bul noi dismayed ihe poor leader, "and ny faith Iu Sastatche- crop vear in thai part of was uever as Elrons it is lo- Why Corns Hurt Note this diagram picture of corn. Note its comcil shape. The cause ot the corn is pressure. And pres- sure makes it hurt. The point of the corn is pushed into the nerves. Applying a Blue-jay plaster instantly removes the pressure. Note the ielt rinj (A) in the picture below. The ring- givts barefoot comfort in the lightest rhoe. ff- But thit is temporary. One should not continue a zing. The corn should be quickly ended. The bit of war in the center of the does that (marked B in illustration la two days, the whole coin disappears. It stops the pain, ends the corn. And it wrapri the corn so the actioa, Is undisturbed. Then tie action 6F the is-ax is centered on the com. HeJd there by the rubber coated adhesive Upe (C) .wraps comfortably around the (oe. Healthy tissue is not affected. These are the reasons why millions, of people have adopted the- Biue-jay method. Keeping1 corns is folly when this easy end them. Treating them in cruder vrays is inexcusable. For your own sake, convince yourself by. applying Blue-jay to one corn. si BAUER t BLACK, Uoittd Ntw Jay. TVC cau raise auy crop all wlih as liULo ralu as wo haro had Ihe past three years, what will Ihls land Uo when gel as ive are" sure to got plenty or rain some time. "1 ueTer saw lanil thai would pro- duce more gralu there Is aut- flcfent moisture, and I uever san1 lauJ that vould produce good crops Vila less rain. "11 Is too bad lo loff our wo pa Ibis year, but I tell the boys around me they don't toon" what hard limes ra. such AS 1 have seeo in the Dafcol- as, in Oklohoiua. Iu Kansas, thoiisacds ol farmers poured out o[ ihe through a 'ot ytars. "In Soutli Dikou, where 1 ooce farmed. TTB hid six good cropi In euccesslon. and- then mine one, two. Ihrae. four, (Ive, sli failures. Famers pulled DJT by the buudrfJa and (arm laud lhat new sells tram HOO to acre could bo bought tbeu by too aguare mile fcr lo ?3M a'quar- ter section. and grasshoppers" bit the tarmcrs iu iheso stales year aficr year until many of them lost all faith Iu the courlry uud moved away. Noiv ihe [arms which some of Ihtse. meu abandoned are worth anywhere from a hundred to two huudred dollars an aud oivucd biv some of tho most prosperous and couienlcd (armors ill ibe country. We ure goliiff U see just Ibo same thing happen in the districts in this province wWcli have suftercil lack ol ralu -flast three years, and don't you forjat ii." Mr. Blnsham is C3 years old and as hale active as a young UIID, slid his Uufttlllng optimism and ab- solute confUeuce in the gTeat agri- cultural -prosperity erf all Saskatch- ewan and ibe portion in particular, makes a talk with him aa stimulating.as a tonic. II LIFETIME Of Pmwted by "Fnili-a-tlies11 TteWBAdirful Fruit Medicine C-S.MtlKlJMCTtST., llCLL, QVI. "la my ni> otlicr ll ss 'Fniil for anil Yoc yfirs. I safl'cifJ n'ilb dmJtJ iliseasrs, tryiaj all iin'is of Utltnifnts uutil 1 m loM I vu incurable. vOne a friend me lo Iry 'FniU-i-iiTes'. To my surprUt, I found IhU mcJiciDB imaedinta relLeftand ia 3. short 1 VM all light DOXAT LAI.OXI1K 'JOc. i boi.C .'or 26e. At all dtalers or from I'ruH-vtlTW J.umleJ. MR. O'CONNOR WON'T TAKE APPOINTMENT July Edward Hopklnson Holdeu. menRglng director (of the Londou Ghy and Midland Ranh, I Limited, ind one or Orent Britain's 1 foremen financiers, died today in I Scotland alter o brief illness. OTTAWA, Juty Lhe ground that the intention al- ways to have a lawyer as chair- man of the-new court of.- com- merce, and for the 'other two members a manufacturer and J either a wholesaler or retailer, Mr. W. F. O'Connor, K.C., his refused 1 to be a commissioner. He prepared tile legislation on which the court it based, and nir name his been urged butlness far the chairman' ship. That petition, however, has not: been offered him. u Ihe intention of Mr. O'- Connor to resign all hie govern- ment petitions on September Irt and devote hiffiielr thereafter te special work on behalf of cUenls calfed before the court ol com- merce. Sir KdirnrJ Hold en uas a member Ihe British deputation tent to America in 1315 to float the Anglo- Frentto loan. For many- years he had been active in British and jnlerualmaal business nod bant- ing affairs. Sir Edwar.1 was created a baronet In 1903.' He represented Ihfi Hajwood division, Lancashire, Iri houso o[ commons in 1906-10. Ho Tras 71 years old- short distance ot tho spot at whlcli the double tragedy look place. The second body was later found fioal- I'DE In the Ticinitr. BODIES RECOVERED VANCOU.VEn, Jol7 af- ter S o'clock this .morning tae drag operated by the police patiol boat .crew was successful in briusiug lo r.ho sorface one o[ Ihe bodies ot the two Hunter TVHO ended their lires in English Bay on Tuesday morning. Tte- body iyas discovered within a FEHNIE: ITALIAN SCRAP (SpecialuT the HtraJJ> FERNIB, July a result ot a scrimmage in Ihs store ot Mr. Scar- pcno, on Saturday night. Joe Coluraco aQ.Halian. was copimitted for {rial to- day, charged..with causing bodlly. uarm to both ifr. and Mrs. Scarpeno. the latter reL-eiring a cut across the ana while she was1' endeavoring to sepsrflfe (he two men wlio were figat- ing. Scarpeno was also cut, but not severely- OF PEACE UNI PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT AND FALL RYE SEED EDMONTON, ,11'LY (o flho ihrcalcncit scan.-Hy o[ and feed. lUp provincial government Is rtconuucuJlus lue (unuufB iu thp aroas 10 sow rye. u or condLtiona are fnvorablo, J shouM bo made at ouce, The j government is usMag iho municipal councils TO ailvaoco to too proper 'llasl i-prlns. under llie munfclpa'l dis- I pitta ueeJ grain act. The wording ol U doci not cover fall !y Prohibitiyn 'to Kovefnuieot guarantee but in-Council WiU'Remnln in UnlH 1'arliHment Acts by ilie iiiuuklpallllcs. In oilier words the procedure- be under Ihe IUUD- d'strlcts seed arain and ihe OTTAWA, July will B In fipssJon again before itia Act expires and wliK it tUo track betting, probibitloD, nnJ oiher war lliue orders-in-couucll pass- ed under Us Such is the underitandlng( here' uud was under- itowl when parliament prorogued a fortnight ago. At that Mine complete teil of ihe peace treaty with jeriiiam bad not been received in Ot- a, and. could not Ite sub- roltted to parliament for ratification. Drafts, as prepared, bad bcqti re- celrod anfl changes imide.tns cabled 'rom it not until tlii! arrlral in Ottawa uf Hon. C, J, Do herty, who, with Hon. A. L, SEfLon. slpied thu treaty for Canada, that the text as at Versailles was avail- able. The with the Drllhh government when Sir Robert flordcn lefL Lonilon was thai there would be uo proclamation of peace by Great IJrilaln for some time and at any rate until HID Cnnaulau par- [lament bad 'lull opportunity iu rjUlfy it- 1ms of-lho organized portion or the province and Is oemllug a cir- cular letter (o llio secretaries, snd tue minister or will bandle the. uncfi-ganliod units. Procedure wilt be Ihp'Faujo aa last spring. U is ibat Ihe Rralu seed comnilsslou bat A larga quantity of rya for sale at Calgary. J no banks will advance tbc to tho as they did last year. The Uanlt o( To- roil to has already volunteered to inako advances under the above understand- ing, anil the other banks will likely do llkewlsc. If this procedure Is to te of any arall lo farmers who need assistance in this way, the municipal councils or olber CREAMERY AND DAIRY BUTTER WINNERS AT BRANDON FAIR DKAN'DO-V, Man.. July lias been completed in the creamery and'i dairy butter classes at the ex- hlDllron. Central creamery, of Calgary. iras third in two box crennv- butler, with ;i score of W. S. Jackson, Marfcervllle, Alia., I scored was sixtb. The Cres- cent Creamery. Winnipeg, with a score of D7.7. Ihc winner. Tills class showed just one polut behveco Uio biglifisL and lowest scoring but- ter. In class for three boxes of 50 pounds each, Central Creamery, Cal- gary, was second, "irilli Ed- monton Cily'Uairy, fifth, wllh 97.3.' In class for -20 pounds of prints. Central Calgary, second, 97-G, and Edmonton Citv. Dairy, fourth, S7.3. For dairy butter not less tban pouml package, Mrs.' Prigut, Redvers, Sask., was first. In tho 10-pound package, Bright [in- iahed second. Mrs. Bright secured the s weeps Lake E gold medal Tor the highest score In j dairy butter. Rcr. Gavin Labg, 'formerly pastor ol St. Andrew's Presbyterian Montreal, died al Inverness, TORONTO tcifal tCtU araiu. ad. t Wlslattoii 10 bo passed at ih of (he legislature, will The tuhvlsltT ol uiuulclpal at fairs as a Smile A smile of satisfac- tion from iradiant youth end beauty- wearers of clothes washed with Sun- light because the garments cleansed with retain all tlic "charm of Ihcir preservation o[ fabrics in Ihcir original freshness 'and smart appear- ance. gttliitt tilt ait SLWL1CIIT. The Granaiy and Feeding Grounds of Southern Alberta Do You Know That in 1918 Coaldalc shipped more wheat thah.was shipped on the whole C. P. R. line from Pincheri Creek to Moose Jaw? That will be true of 1919 we have no assurance" tha'. the same condition will not exist in 1920-or 1921. Thai there is no REAL ASSUR- ANCE that these crop failures will T not occur in unless you have crop insurance. In the Coaldale District you can secure Crop Insurance for One Dol- lar per acre. Does it pay? A Few Facts Regarding the District Arid a Few Reasons Why You Should OWN IRRIGATED LAND Does it pay to Irrigate 1 You will pay more .than that in any year lo .insure against hail, bul. you cannot insure against Drought, unless you owrr IRRIGATED LAND. Do You Know That every day now farmers and slock men from all over Southern "Alberta and Saskatchewan are in this district by the dozens .buying up Al- falfa ana Timothy at from lo per ton, that the large portion of this hay is going to farmers in Southern Alberla whose land svas selling in ihe prosperous years from lo per acre and while for the past two years has not raised -feed enoi'gh for iheir own slock. Values The impression seems lo have eotlen around thai Ihe Coaldale lands are advancing so rapidly In price (hit you cannot afford to bur Inem. This rot while It Is true thai some liavo refused as Men aa an acre fcr the land and thla ydar's crop, there Is sllll plenty ot Unrt that can to boiighl at rery reasonable prices and 'an cicetlenl Urms. Jjind is arKancine anil yon will Salt' to act ijulclt. We'arc hrlnElnK in men every wcct from the Wester.i States and iKej- arc grabbing up Ihls land Quick. If il looks eooil lo Ihesc praclical Irrigates U should be business for YOU. Here are a few samples of .'and bargains .tfjal can MIer .for a aliorl time These are less In price than dry land In some dUlrlcls lias sold. for. Ono half section raw land, sli miles from Coal- dale, water right for one hundred and thlrly 'acres. Can ho bought for J.io per acre, land contract runs (or in T.TO Quarter sections, five miles from Coaldale, full water right, all irrigable, partly In-nlfal.fa. Can be bought without crop (or per acre. Easy terms. Can be sold wllh crop ff desired. We have z. number of fartns from two lo four miles [rom Coalilalo wllh good .Improvements Ihat can lib bought for on easy" terms, DOES IT PAY TO BOTHER WtTH DRY LANDS. WHEN YOU CAN GET IRRIGATED LAND .AT THESE We say so, Farming without Irrigation in any part of the greal North Wesl is a gamble. Why hot play a safe game? If you must farm dry lands, get some irrigaled land and farm it also and at least. raise enough hay to carry your stock through the lean years without having to- sacrifice or pay exorbitant prices, for hay. Remember That it it the steady, regular, never-failing income from an Irrigal- ed Farm that will make our lands sell for lo an acre, while non-irrigaled lands during ihe dry years canhol be sold at'all. Get in on this land while you can.- The Coaldale District can support .twenty it now1" has: Do not wait too long These lands will'not be for sale at these prices very long. If you any information about this ditvicl see us. We were here before the ditches, and expect to slay. Our interests are here and we are interested in your success. Our interest does not end with the sale. Deal Direct We haVe on our lists practically all of the Irrigated Land that is for sale in ihe District, Come to the Annual Celebration of the Coaldale Haygrowers on July 30th, and Let us Show You What we Can do OWNERS 0F COAL- DALE TOWNSITE THE SUGGITT AGENCY OFFICE PHONE: (Lethbridge Ex.) R207; RESIDENCE R810. COALDALE, ALBERTA ;