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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WW' PAGE EIGHT THE IJETHBRmGE Mrs lama Peach Goes Up in the Air (By J. a. K.) Dear Mr. Editor; I �otta tell you all about it, I doii't know why they picked on me-unlets It was they knew I had as little nerve as anybody in town, ana it I could fly why anybody else should wojTy. However, thigSiB' vhat come off. They phoned me Saturday nit� snd aaya Mrs. Peach your to be our first vibtim. 1, says come again, are you shtire you've got the right number. They gays sure, we want you to take ft ride on our aeroplane, don't you wibit, to fly? I sed yes 1 expects to laWi when ' the H. C. of 1,. don't wbWT ai�d i get fntly. pi!gticie�t with ft Jbarv. Theif he 3on this out togetlier? We are fanners, too. We know that the commercial world is organized. Are we'?'We are; but we have not taken advantage of our organizations. We have been indifferent, and that is the reason that the farmers are being dictated to by other organizations? Now isn't it time we. get together and stand back of oup. organizations? We realize it is. Then let us make up our minds right' now to place our insurance with the fa.rmer8' fire & hail' insurance co., which is owned and controlled by the farmers of - .Western Canada. represented by THE UNIVERSAL AGENCIES suite 5, oliver block phone 455 . HAY FOR SALE INCAR LOTS IN LETHBRIDGE AND OTHER POINTS at $42 PER TON, F.O.B. LETHBRIDGE for information, apply- J. A. WEIR BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING PHONE 1012 OR DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, EDMONTON got stuck in'^ 4hrAaitil8*then a. run along the srmpfi, I Jbck giving th'e gun ta pull ug fdrwanl -tie came g&tly^ to a fttop within' a'l�}iea-get .the habit- jsoing up with Jbck and Fitz, i ' 'f, � Yours to the'core, . (MIrs.) lAMA PEIACH. FRENCH PRESIDENt WILL ?rAKE A RE8T mms. May 31.-President Des-chanel, who was^ injured by a (ail from a train near Montargisl a week ago, wlir leave t)y automobile on Thursday for Chateau De. le .Montelliere,. at 'Las-sleux, in Normahy, wbbtb he.will rest for several weekSi' . ; TOBA9C6 UiCn A8^ SHilP DIP :w former yUmtt' rail � tobacco bonfls*^ cated by t)ie! Xlnglls^h cuatoma anth'or-Itiea wa^'debtH>y�d:by 'bUmiW l�^a; furnace callM the.Klpg's tijpe. Nowaday* all such tpbao^o, as wQllas ttiwt which la. ce]airii94., A� vaxtiiMeJ tor sdlbklng,' ! sold' Vto - manufacturing! chemists, who turn It into she�p dip, llMbcticides' for::the' use of gaxdmiers. tad the li^e. pRUMtAiosra Kkicypic^wER ActtitMng ,Hk61 prei* h tcporrt,^ from KbDlsKberg the provincial btfa;rd,,,lia3 iipptpT�il^� tlMf fpr,4tie>n�oTOii!*p-ply ot electrjc poi^c^ fof itift ti^^lnce of easttPniteia.'' s3!ha�platttA'-^nd 'in-BtalIi:tion8, the icmpletlon^ ot .whlpU will requireGr things to oc- xpundg^iisters, which coiitaih an ext>em6lj�trnfeating^ln{d. These break and subsequently a crust is formed, and the intense burning, itching and smarting, especially at night or when the part is exposed^o any strong heat is almost unbearalile. , Thft: success^ whichJBurdock Blood iBltjfers hiis met withM "skin diseases Tofj^iiich severity is dwLtbiits wonderful-blood :clean'sing,anajpnrifylrig properties, Miia .we know #vTiooth�^ remedy that has done or^Eaa do, so muot for those who are almost driven to distraction with the terrible torturg. Mr. James AValker,' 163 Niagara St., Hamilton, ,Ont.,-writes":-r-"I have been using Burdock Blood Bitters for some months past and find"ft an excellent remedy for skin eruptions. I have suffered vnth eczenia tor over 28 years, and have tried almost everything you could think ot I was recommended to use Bui'dodfc Blood Bitters, and I am noW clear of my skin trouble. It is certainly a good remedy and I shall recommend it to all my fi'iends." Manufactured for over 40 years by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.-Advertisement. ' , S .. SI The Family Smoke 0 LD CHUM" is a family friend. vGrandfMhers, Ifathers aiid Sons ht^ve. been smolcing :it for years and:years." During this half century, f'OLD CHUM" has grown steadily in popularity.and favour. Every pipe,innoker appreciates "OLD CHUM" quality-the choice Virguiia HaHe Cuttpbaccoirr-chpsen by experts-;- stored away until tl^p��^^ and mellow flavour ai�fuIly'deVx years, which has made "OLD CHUM" the chum of all ; pipe smokers in Cai^dia* ft ft,- More Mileage from Tire? MANY tires which because of long, hard driving or accidents give only average mileage, could be made to give unusual mileage simply by the use of Goodyear Reliners. This Goodyear Reliner is a Tire Saver prpduted by Goodyear to help car-owners keep down tire costs. They are complete new linings, of new fabric and rubber, shaped to fit the inside of the tire. Cemented in, they strengthen any tire weakened by /oad shocks or other injuries, often increasing the mileage 25% or more. You can easily and quickly apply a Goodyear Reliner to your casing Or if you prefer, your repairman will apply it for you at little extra cost. See any Goodyear Service Station Dealer or your tire repairman. RELINER ;