Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOimTEKV lUhi IMIL1 SATURDAY, MAY Review of Board's Work Given, in House By Put Settlers on Land. (By CaiuJlan Leisul Vi'i OTTAWA. May coinprohen- j sivo review of the work HcoompliEhed; to date VIIV.UT the Soldiers' Settle- ment to' Hon. Arthur, Meieheu asklns a vote of tSd.WiO.-' vras givcu iu llie hc'.sse ef this The amount loans approved from the time- tlic scheme incorporated until March JT last was iuui, had; parting day, I A chugging tractor glides across! the KM: j The farmer hastens lo tho U. I Driving a Super Six Iu youthful fl< LOOK OUT NOW The Washington Herald says ttii.li "110 iloubt the women will ajrte with! lUtiiti. of New York, thut they are guests. But then, he are always up in the air. always r..aii-. ing on soaipthitig. ai'd'always Eu of clulhcs.' That's Olft'erenl. s is how a poftic reporter on a' i Toronto paper covered u police court 'Max aaj Ixiuis Ztivinskl. Assaulted Annie Tolinskl. One her i The other scratched her chiu-skl. To court they didn't come lined for their anfn! slsi. Jus', as likely as the new half- billion-dollar Canadian Steel lion will be called a "big i A hard fist turneth away A PHILIPPINE GiRL WHO IS NOT EASILY SCARED. FIFTY FIRMS WANT TO OI'fcN SHOPS JN ALTA. TO SELL BOOZE EDMONTON, Alia., May 50 applications, (rom parties both la Alberta and at Vancouver for licenses for bonded warehouses have been re- ceived by tho atloraey-gejie.raVs de- parimeut. Those applications have to ba vecommunded by tho provincial at- torney-general before they aro con- sidered f.t Ottawa', anil H vould appeaf that the flnue that havo already Izetl for the purpose of carrying: on tlij) Intor-provlnt-lul iradeMn liquors are going to make a stiff for thoir lurtuor trade. A Diugluunpton, N.Y.. clothiog firm indicted on charges of profiteer- ing. One of the tight counts wus based on testimony of T. B. Crary. millionaire, that he puld lor u 6uit costing DEACON SAYS ;s (oc that be us good as their mothers think they s-diciuo. anil of these over been approved. At ihc prr-rent time alt o' pould no raid 10 bo either on tho l-.uiJ or on ihc ivay to the land. nuin- j ber c.r sctilers whose loans had arm- Men of energy, wisdom. allyhceu approved. and Tlsion: who are big Vcrv cv'uient ts (he Move fact by a slmcc at the above pholo. which shows the maiden at play wltb a live 32- I IMI python, not usually accepicd as healthy pastime for tho average human bclnir. Tho largest pythons estauti i ate found Iu the Philippines. They range to almost 40 feet iu length, but are tot poisonous. They kill, liowDver.f by crushing tlielr prey, and there is litile hope to escape from the embrace of a healthy python. Beasts as large as cows aro prey to the grasp of this repute. SATURDAY NIGHT THOUGHT TORONTO MOULDERS GO BACK TO WORK TORONTO. May moulders ot of the 27 plants in this city, i flay to return io vrork. Tho sii firtns from which they -.vent on strike al- decided to accept tho union's wage most 13 months ago. decided agreement for 90 cents an hour. Royal Household Flour OCILVfCS RIWHOUSFWD MAKES THE WHITEST BREAD THE LIGHTEST PASTRY AND MOST APPETIZING CAKES HANDLED BY ALL GROCERS ASK FOR-OCILVIES1 COOK AND MOST ECONOMICAL RECIPES hare in fall. Train Boys For Farm- far shall their and !ncdiiation; men who are! I not afraid of a hard Job. There is a 1 Job for you if you're a man ot tfcat i kind. A job right hero In Leth-1 bridge, in Alberta, (n Canada, in thci world. The call has gone forth. Christ is calling bravo men to the colors. Will you help Him establish His kingdom upon the earth? Men, li is not enough to pray. "Thy kingdo-n come." Do something to hasten that blesfed day, TORONTO, -May Dun- tan Marshall, minister of agricul- ture lor Alberta, addressing Ihc ihnpirc club ycetenlay. raid tho only solution to Ibe problem o' Keeping the farms properly fcd was to trafi! the boys to iho where they would appreci- ate the oportimities wtiich agri- culture offered them. He said tiiat. the men make ihe best success in tho work were those who were born 011 the farms. TAKE A SLANT AT THE MIRROR AND SEE CHIN LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. C. S. Square cWns. Tritli HU'.e .flesh, ilo- unnncss ar.ri executive abiLty. j Hroad chins signify dignity, miless vertically thin, -srlien. if witli it thcro be thin lips of the bloodness kiaj, you find Protruding chins characterize men and women ot ihe forceful type. Sue- eessTuI people usually carry their chins tiirust for with compress. ed lins. Tletreating chins show lack Df force mentally, morally and physically, and denote that tile possessor yields, is i soon." discouraged and desires protec- j tiou. The development of other facul- j Ues often makes up for this i Long chins iioetical. and delicate in constitution. People having them are said to he sub.'ect lo internal derangements. Medium chins, with small mounds j I ot flesh on either side, characterize 1 i generosity and cheery natures. Short chins sliow a great love of orrder and place for every- j thins and everything in its place." i tvps of person..