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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THIRTEEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEIJALD MARCH 19. 1921 Rainmakers and Rain (Continued From Page Twelve.) IriutilnlaliiGil by uVuponiUnu from tho imrfUCtiB Of tliO know you wui.t to _ 'Wu wiiter Into titoam it is TIUCOSH to supply Heat to tho .'.vater; it in iilsu just, us necessary to supply heat to evaporato it and it requireB tho saino umotint. To evaporate enough water to elvo inch of rain on an acre re- fiulron all the heat can bo obtain- ed .-from .the burning of eight tons of r.oal, or for a 4-Inch rainfall on. an avtta of 100 miles nidi us ions oC coal. Truly an imrncuso oT hoat to do tho work oC evaporating, then as tills amount ttf hoat was supplied to tho water to turn it into iho form vapour it will be aieceasary lo taici; this amount of heat out of tht) vapour before it can be turned into water again; an opera- tion such magnitude that It is utteri ly beyond tho power man to at- tempt. But you may say that it is im- jtoflsible for nature to evaporate so much water; where can she get enough heat to do this? Observations 011 theiheut given out by the sun show that it is sufficient to evaporate water to give an annual rain- Jail ot 40 inches over the entire globe and still have some to space. It lias boon shown that there are ttoro than enough dust or electrified particles in tho air to permit the cou- AN OLD FRIEND THAT STOPS PAINS Ketp Sloan's Liniment Handy To Put the "Feel Good" Back Into the System. ALL it IH little E for it it needs is just one" applied without rubbing, convince you of its merit in relieving sciatica, lumbago, neuralgia, lame muscles.! .tiirness, palns. backaches! S donation of all the molnt'iro thit 1> required. eilit for with- out any ralu fulling It IK I hut ruin of any fullii from heavy tag or mitt. SomeUitm more thitu the number ot duit par- ticles In air and the amount q( fog produced when cloud IB formed uro required to rain. Thon what Is It? Kvldently aoniethinf that luaitu many of these mnall par- ticles grow to Bizu ot.ralrt ilrops. It has been proved many times by ex- periment and matlivniHtlcal calcula- tion that the larger Die drop tho oas- ior It is for vapour to condense on it; and consequently the air doon not ro- quire to be so highly supersaturated after the fog particles have formed as Just prior to their formation on tho dust apock; from tho (last and electrified partlclea probably take no further part in the process of rain making. Moreover the moisture will soon condense ou these little fog par- ticles and there will thus bo no more- moisture to come from the air; thon what Is to be done to get the drops largo enough to fall; obviously there must he more vapour obtained fro somewhere before this can happen. Hero is seen one of the great won- ders of nature, for the machinery she now sets in motion is so simple and yet 80 stupendous in the force that it exerts that one can only say "man can have no part in all this glorious work." First nature has to compel the vapour to give up the heat that was stored up In it when it was evaporated, for until this heat is taken out it is im- possihje for the vapour to be turneil into rain. That means that the vapour required to give a 4-inch rainfall on an area of 100 miles radius roust yield up the heat that was equivalent to the burning of tons of coal which wero'rcquired to evaporate the i water in the first place. The method by .which the Vapour i ias been brought to the place where it is to be deposited has already been described. Generally to the east of centre of the low pressure area' :he weather Is damp and warm, and is forced to the pressure dis- tribution. As it rises It Is cooled and when it reaches the cloud level it is saturated so that when it passes up through the cloud the moisture is con- Mrs. lama Peach DANGS THE GOV'T By J. S. K. Dear Dang tho Govt. Why cood not they have waited 2 or 3 days. ;oss I am the only one that is sore the Govt. for what they did on Thursday. Of course I wasn't really spittin mad. But it is this way. Here I had doped out a kolnm and a half for my Sat. Eve Post spasm iu your jonrnal. It had all been red and proof- ed and spelling korected. I had a grand little idea to convey to you. I had been thinking that your paper cood have run j ll'KC a guessing contest, as to the Oovt's ati- We readers were in suspenders from one day till tomorrow just how and when was the govt going to come across. How were they going to handle the deal.'Forecasting was the great in- door sport of the dreary days of waitin. Every nite as you .no doubt uoe the head lines of the papers read so that all might keep their spirits up, knowing that the question was at least being discussed at ICdmouton. Samples of 'ad lines: Govt. will lend first aid. tude on the Bond guarantees from day Oovt. will lend nuthin. Govt. to guarau- to day, along the same lines as your lfe Int. for 2 yrs. Oovt. will not "ditto." weekly football lottery. I thought that I Guvt- favors full guarantee. Govt. (put an added flip cood bo given to public1 interest if while we were waiting" final word, we cood turn our suspense into ly in the lust threo months. .The Hunks were jostling each other in a wild grab for security, tho Loan Co's had quit addressing letters to this part of the world, in search of now business. Things wore dull, well call it dull. Hut thero was rea Isnlrlt shown after all. I remember when a hit o? a kid, hearing Wm. (Jrrifiojuice Bryan de- liver his lecture, The 1'rliic.o of Peace, 1 think that was the name. Ho was sure a silver throated windjammer, but there was one that wo always retained in tho archives of a very poor memory, we havo never run across It since, but It is one that we havo many times repeated to our- selves. It may not be verbatim, but it Is sensed In tho following words: Theso: "That which is right, just and ihould bo, wiil be." It is a sentence from which one can gain some comfort when facing tho uncertainties of an undiscolsed, for- bidding future. Beleiving if we can have an ideal at all, then, "that which is right, just and should be, will be" we bobbed up .smiling every morning; whilo thero was lifo there was soap, as Kruger sed. The unexpected had always happened to us and might j again. The bonds finally might he I fully guaranteed. At times, like :i; movie fan, we could discern a hand i M. Calogeropoiilout, the Greek Premier whltih thuy can Ukti tit! tho Jlrtflfly the whemn IH Jo JhmitcA ftmwrtft Into tht4t countries by thu (KSUO of gold bonds KiM-in-nd by assigned usKet in tho Im- porting country. Sidney Hoay and Kreil McCaw were drowned when a sleigh convey ins them to a party noar Midland plunged Into ;i hold mado by "They WORK while you sleep" has a difficult task! in home I and foreign politics at present, i country is fighting tho Turkish tionalists iu Smyrna. LEAGUE FINANCE ORGANIZER appearing out of the mist, would itj LONDOX. March Drum- the reserve English on the next above! gradually take shape, would it come mond Fraser, the Manchester banker proceeding sentence) Oovt. seas us down off the stage and give us a real i and financier, has been appointed hv a real sportin proposition. We was all interested in the Govt'a shimmying before they toed the Indigestion; through. Govt. ses through us. Wo see through the Govt. Govt. cant sec nuthiu Ministers are favorable. Then next morning the Ministers are reticent. I don't know what reticent means, but I guess the grape fruit was sour at break- jfast and they was trying to nmk-e some- j body miserable. Govt. are considering ithe bonds. Considering seemed to lie 01 I of the best things they They It uutily to result of torpid of tinr Mid ind diupptirs vhwt Dr. ChiM'sKidnty-UverPilliiniiMii. strains, and posu the after-effects of ex- Tho Congestion is 'scattered, prompt- Is'. cleanly, without effort, economi- c-ally. You become a regular user of Sloan's Liniment, adding your enthu- siasm to that of its many thousands of other friends the world over, who keep it handy in case of need. Threa izes, at all 35c, 70e, 11.40, Made iii Canada. Liniment Add Years of Wear to Gar- ments and Draperies for Few Cents Lothhridge women can do wonders Vith a package of Diamond Dyes. An old, worn coat, skirt, waist, sweater, kimona, dress, or faded stockings, gloves, draperies, portieres, chair cov- whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods, can ho diamond-dyed to look like new. Easy directions in each package guarantee jiorfect results. Druggist has Color Card showhjg actual materials dia- mond-dyed in a wondrous range of rich, fadeless colors. Don't risk your rnaterial in a poor msnt. CHAMBERLAINS Rheumatism tSpeedily Relieved Massage the affected parts well with Chamberlain's Liniment be- fore going to bed. The result Is restful sleep, worth many times tho cost of the bottle. Cases of chronic, and muscular rheumatism yield quickly to tliis tested and reliable remedy which is kept constantly within reach in thous- ands of Canadian homes. LINIMENT LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION July 20, 21, 22. Get your boy or girl interest- ed iu an Exhibit on the abova riatpg. It Is as trim today as.it wan whon the Chinese philosopher wrote: that tho well being and prosperity of the people ars 3- is its roots. Manufacture, trade, and com- merce ate its leaves, branches, anil life. If tho roots aw in- jured the leaves full, tho branch- es and tho tree dies. WM. OLIVER, Prei. they grow they fall faster, thus coming iu contact with more saturat- ed air. By this time they have become fair sized drops and fall as rain. The rain will continue just as long as the cloud is fed saturated air, hut as soon as the supply of saturated air stops tho rain will cease. This then is brief- ly the mechanism that produces rain. Of course there are other methods whereby the cooling can take place such as warm currents of air meeting cold currents, but all the other meth- ods arc insignificant compared to the first. Some idea of tho volume of air required to yield up its moisture to give a fall of 4 inches ot rain on a rad- ius of 100 miles may be gained from the fact that if the air is saturated at 60 degrees and is cooled 10 degrees to 50 degrees the air current would have to be 2000 feet thick, 200 miles wide and 3.IJOO miles long. Southern Alberta is jnst to the East of the mountain barrier that shuts off the .warm moisture laden winds of the J adjacent Pacific and it probably do- rives almost all of its moisture from i i the tropical oceans. Most of the storm areas pass oithor to the south or north of the region and so Southern Alberta; is not in the usual track of these [Storm Shu thus receives rain i from only tin; occasional storms that! cross llio arori. and it ia due to this that tliK raimV.ll of Southern Alberta is r-o preuariou.s. Sonic say in those days there are re- ports on Ktream measurement, irriga- tion projects, soil survey, etc., but no- thing is being done about investigating atmosphere; if meteorologists would only attempt such an investigation they would make some wonderful dis- coveries. Meteorologists have not been negligent as some would suppose; they have been carrying ou their in- vestigations for many years, and have found out many wonderful things', about the atmosphere; but they are i beyond the scope of this article. Suf-j lice it to say that when some men point to all tho wonderful discoveries and inventions during the past -10 years, such as the aeroplane, the sub- marine, wireless telegraph and tele-! phone, etc., as evidence that a man can also have dominion over the clouds if he will only exert himself they forget that these inventions have not changed the course of nature; they have not altered the movements of tno earth and planets. The sea- sons still come and go with the same regularity and the weather still shows the same njigaries as of yore. Over these man can havo no. control. The only means that man can adopt to prevent crop failure in regions where the rainfall is precarious Is ir- rigation, It the water supply is avail- able. The energy involved in this oper- ation is trivial compared to that of changing the water from the liquid condition to the vapour conditiou or vice versa, as Nature has to do in order to bring rain. A skeleton, probably an Indian woman, was found while excavating on Main St.. Blenheim. I OiwpilUdoM. j Dr. Chases M __ _ woe" i work full time and overtime consider- ing. When the Rovt. quit business for the day they would caucus, whatever that 1 think it means they all sit around with their feet on the table and say to each other. you scratch my back and a little later on i when we is caucusing oil somethin (else I'll slip you the curry comb. We sat pop eyed holding the sack wide humman tug, would it draw us up {the economic and finance- committee and forward, where we would get the League of Nations as organizer of the scheme of international cred- by Dr. Termeulen, the littlo traction, so we would be on the march under our own power. We was its. prop.... ..........___......, guessin alrite. When would it come, j Dutch financial expert at the Brussel Wo was already to all financial last October. Sir made, everything stowed In the car. i Drummond's first task will be to visit but we lacked gasoline. All we wanted was our tickets endorsed by one whoso O. K. would be recognized in the marts. An O.K. that we were en- titled to and had a right to expect, it meant a straight ticket for that land of hope and glory where we could work out our own salvation; we was all interested and we was all guessin. Take it from me those guys who tell you they had a splendid faith in the Govt..they was wingftrg to just thej same as anybody else. If anybody was i impoverished countries for the pur- pose of making a report on the ex- You are bilious, constipated, head- achy, full of cold, unstrung. Your meals don't is bad, skin sallow. Take one or two Cascarets tonight for your liver and bowels and up clear, rosy and cheerful. No inconvenience. Children love Cascarets, too. 10, 25, 50 cents. A Bruise or a Bump fab lot! Wlter btinf JR." Hill uliuplic KnimeM goat into tiltuel the afniaed thoroufUy Uoyt dueaic out open waitin for mamma or whoever it I certain it would have been George ,is that falls before you eat lunch. We who invented the expression "Let j had some tab on them when they was George Do It'1, he has been doing It meeting delegations or when they and laying close up beside the engine, made speeches in tho house, but this I and you see what'he said, "This is caucusing was blighting our hopes. I sudden." It was a good guessing com- We were not sure what kind of a deal I petition, tho frame work for a rippin Absorb i ahould be la every in cue of to cuts, bntiiei. (welling! ana relievo pain anil inRuunation. It It a ftbao- lulaljrMle pleaunt O00r; of frwaae; doea not Alia. 11.25 botllo al drugilito' uacat W. F, YOUNG, so was being stacked up. They is as sec- ret of what each other thinks in the caucus as if they was a closed fater- nity. This caucus stuff kept the chills and fevers of joy and gloom chasin up and down our spineual kolm till it iporting event has been nocked on the head and my time has been all wasted doping it up. Dang the Govt. Why! couldn't they have waited till Monday. Like a jolt from the booze they an- j nounced the joyful tidings on Thure- day and I hud to ge't busy and work up something else for Sat. I am made our heads ache. But we was gottin used to that, just the same as wo get used to the freeze up and going to make a careful canvass in thaws which makes up what they call, the nest v.-ock or so and tell von just i ,10K. sure tUesa ymi s- i The Finest and Purest Tea Sold "SALADA" There is genuine and unmistakeable pleasure in its daily use. Black Green Try a packet from your grocer, or Mixed but be sure it's "Salada." B51i our blessed and glorious climate. was those who did'iiot have that largo measure of abiding faith, like we seo by the papers a few of our big men had iu the Govt. We was I say grow- ng numb, nuthin ever happened from either Edmonton or Otawa that we really were. They was iu the r.ovt's confidence, or tho govt. had coufi- dence-in them, 1 aint sure, how wo are to take that inference. Everybody feels happy. Hut there is one Buy who has a geutlemanlv could feel was doing us any good. We peeve. You announced him winner o'f have been holding tho sack for a mini-1 First Prize in the football her of years and Jhe guy on guard never has the right pass word. We have been on the outside lookin We sat shivering, with the Void clutch unoertjiinity wringing out the drops of hope, facing poverty, ami Winston Churchill's Successor Does Your Back Ache? Have you swollen "hands, ajikles, feet, due to n. dropsical condition, often caused by disordered kidneys? Naturally when the kidneys are de- ranged the blood is filled with poi- sonous uric acid, which settles in the tissues of the abkles, wrists or back as uratic salts. It is just as necessary to keep the kidneys acting properly as to keep the bowels active to rid the body of poisons. The very best possible way to care of yourself is to take a glass of hot water before meals and uric" (anti-uric acid) tablet. This "Anurlc" is a new discovery made by Dr. Pierce of the Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. All drugglsta keep it, or if you prefer send lOc for trial package to Dr. Pierce and writs for free medical advice. i a foar at tinal We- Let Cuticura Be Your First ThoughtAIways When tlie first tisns of pimples, redness or roiiEhncss appear; smear gently with Culicura Ointment t? soothe and heal, then bathe with Cuticura Soap hot water to cleanse and purify. Finally dust on the rcfrfshini Cuticura Talcum, a deli- cately medicated; exquisitely scented pow- der. used for erery-day toilet purposes, does much toprevent skin trouble. SjwJSt. Sold throushouttheDominion. Canadian Depot- limiui, M St. W.. NUlril. r. Soup witboMonii. Smoke Sir WortlilniElon-Evnns win aurceeds Mr. Wtnuton Churchill IU uf Hlnto lor War, If y If you tmoke plug- tr: big plug understand thero were a few Joan oC I Arcs. They admiu it now. but the rest I of the mob, we was just watchfully waiting, expectin the worst. My sug- was that we- cood releive the tension h yluivlng coupons appear I with all th o attitudes the govt. ever had or over wood bo likely to take marked thereon, then we cood sq.uan- i der two bits and mako a guess on j what the attitude wood be tomorrow. We wood have somethtn to live for from day to day, and bur nerves wood I i not be so tense. j Here we were, knowing full well that the Ministers were not all from Sunny South Alia. That tho majority of members lived up iu the timber j lines. The" northern members had 1 raided the guarantee prescription pad i for 'a lot of loose ends of railroads, I that were built years ago into the blinking wildenieses, loosing them-1 selves in somebodys timber limits while skirting somebody elses town-' site. Wo was paying lots of interest but wasn't interested, they was dead j horses and we had ta pay our 'bin. j They war, other members away up j there who had a lot of tonships of muskegs that if they cood only drained, they might cut up the land for peet, so assuring themselves mat' i they wood still further be Inclepen- j dant of Southern Alberta. They wood I not need our coal nor nuthin. I They was %awful careful of the fair 1 i credit of this fair province. Let her] i revive after the operations that they had assisted in. i Oh no they selfish. They was! proud of Alberta as a hole. Hut S. j Alta was to be the hole and they wanted the rest ot the Heavy on the dough, we was to be nuts. Of course I may be entirely rong but from a hasty scanning of the papers- it was evident that from Calgary North the members were annoyed at the very mention of their poor rclal ions. They sed it was arum country. They even hated to see all that money spent to stop the rum run- uing. Some of the brite lights even suggested that the only assistance the govt. should give to settlers of.the south .food be to give them transport- I ation to the north country. If the I settlers wood only see the error of I their ways they could come up and j live in a perfect Eden north o! Cal-1 gary, where they wood not have a thing to worry about, but the hard frosts of July. Aug. and Sept. They was content to see a Sahara desert south of Calgary, it would curtail bootlegging. We iu the dignity of our knowledge and past experiences, with the fine courage that comes with i optimistic faith refused to be entirely squelched. Our IxK'hinvaro were ever In the sad- dlo ready to leave for Edmonton a minuted notice. All we was asking was a little brotherly assistance io tide us up the drat utep on the ladder of permanent progrcps. At times we ''ell. our foot sHrlpine, our faith was put lo a severe test, particular-1 all confess and then come .along after he has planned I Ills spring-outfit and say you aro suro he will lie glad now to share it with women who havo been found entitl- ed to a portion. Yon certainly pay lyni i a nice compliment, but you are as far rong in your supposition that he was j glad, as the guys who say that they knew Hie Govt. was going to act soon. Ho innt and they didn't, Is everybody happy, you 'net youri life we are. Yours for irrigation and modera- tion, MRS. JAMA PEACH. TORONTO CONSERVATORY OF Music 8m EDMU.VD C.V.O.. LL.D DCL FrwUrtrt. DR. A, S. VOGT. Maticul Director DR. HEALEY WIfcLAN. F.B.C.O.. AwUtirU Mnilwl DirteUr. LOCAL EXAMINATIONS IN MUSIC FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA. The annnal TJOCI! Examinations, Theore- tical Practical, for 1931, will held, lo locality, in June and July. GoltJ Vedals anrl Silver Medals, a Partial Scholarship, available the Ctmiarvntory, awarded annually under ai outlintd In tns Conservatorr'a Year Book and Annual The modern character of the Conserva- tory's Currirulum, and tho artistic Breotii-e of the institution's corps of fiaminera, combing to render these examinations moit after and progressive atnndards of efficiency, of any musicnl examinations now before the Canadian public. The Conservatory's Syltabuti tnr] tht institution's Book will be sent to any addreas on request Applications foi- which should bf addressed to the ReRUtrar, Toronto Conservatory of .Music, (Jollree St.. Toronto, must reach the or before Kay let nut. glorifis his MAN'S ability to perform feats of strength to do things other men could not do has al- ways been hia stepping stone to power and position. Every to be a leader in his own line of work or sphere in life. 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