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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE M1LY HERAL3 PAGE NINE Livestock Population Of Canada Sbws A Marked Falling Off OTTAWA. Nov. 4 decrease In ull provlucoa aare tta single exception ot Priuca.Edwitrd Manil ind horses in sheep (ho numOers of all descriptions; all provlncey tfco exception of at farm livestock In Canada show: tstwart lElanl aaj British decrease this year as compared with llsi. The Domiutou bureau bt s'.a tlstics has issued a report snowing tho number, of each description of farm livestock In Canada on June 15 last, as estimated Irani returns ob- tained by the bureau 'from individual farmers throughout Canada in con- junction jvitii the provincial govern- ments. This return shows the total mitiibcr of horses in Canada date this year as while last year it was Mules number as against in 1919. CatUe number as compared with list year, sheep as with and siiiho ea against 1919. The total head of poultry, .saya lha statement, Is as compared with a year aso. Habbits, air In British Columbia number W.146 as against in j519 Cattle show Columbia. Wash ..Out- Your Pores And have aclear-ETroct, Iie-JOiyskin jjith. little trouble aiJ-tnaiug expense. Con- trast ttus simple trcabrrcnt with tiresocie masszstng and other fads. On retirinE smear the face with Cotkura- Ointment oa the end of the finger, wish uff la five minutes v.-ith Culicura Sos p and hot water, using plenty of sctip, best aiv, plied with tte Eaoda which it soltens, wonderfully, sad otalinut balhiae a lev Rinse 'Trite tepid water, dry Eenttyanl dust on a few grama of Culicura Talcum PoTTciiT, B fascuiatrag fragnuice. Sosp, OioUneut and Taioua add every, where. Reprisals Wreck Many Buildings At -Gfanard, Ireland GRANAKD, County, Loogtprd, Ire- land, "Nov. ehoot- ing and killing of District Inspectoral Police Sunday evening, were "jrarHet at midnight lorries lilted with uniformed vaded the town. Rllles were to houses and .1 dozen houses and business premises were burned.- The buildings destroyed Included the Mar- ket House aud hotel, valued at .The. inhabitants ot.Granard fought Ihe flames and .saved ".many other houses from deslractioii.' Fein-Property LONDON, Nov. town of Tralee, JrtlBnil, where the .clly hall and other -buildings -were -burned on Sunday following the wounding of a DROP "OBEY" FROM THE WEDDING SERVICE LONDON', Oct. Cougregatlouallst brides hero no longer need'promise In the marriage service to obey their husbands. A committee of the Congregational Union-of England and Wales, ap- pointed to draw up a new form of service, has decided that modem ideas favor the the .word and this notwithstanding the fact that no woman sat on tho com-' iriiltee; neituer wero any requests received from women to omit the fateful word. "Alljhe churches ere becoming less strict in their insistence on the wording of the marriage said the secretary of the Women's Freedom League. "Even In Anglican churches :ihe word is some- times omitted at the bride's desire, a great number of leading non- conformist ministers have lately made a practice of cutting out the vow to obey." The 0. P. R. and the government ot Was Wearing ;Hardly Any Clothing When Discovered Up on Prairie (From Our. Own Correspondent) ETZIKOSJ; north- east of town .spent an exciting night last hunting for Mrs. Hedrick's little' boy, two and a halt years wondered away from homo Thursday morning. He was cross because he had wanted to go to town with his'parents and they hadn't taken him.'but'lett' him with the older At Joimo'clock la the after- Quebec province have agreed for tha noon, Mlss-Handford saw the little building of miles of railway in the Timlskamlng region. THOSE NASTY UTTLEPIMPIES That Come On the Face Are Caused By Bad Blood _ Many an otherwise beautiful and at- fac? is- sadly marred by the further rioting last to unsightly p.mples nnd various other T elfin frniinloa rntlcofl M.llnlK- Karl dIspatches today.. -When: the rnilitary, who had taken'over the'town, retired near midnight, the messages state, unlfprmed men armed with hatchets, cfoy bars and. petrol bombs. ThesD-mon attacked and. set on .fire the' premises of local memb.ers of the Sinn: Fein. Some of, the owners of the 'property attacked ;fied- into .the open country.- .'Others remained narrowly escaped Injuries. The military', it is added, returned. skin troubles, caused wholly by ..bad Many a cheek and brow cast In the mould of beauty have been sadly de- faced, their attractiveness lost, and the'possessor of the "pimply face" rendered unhappy for years. Their presence is a. source of em- barrassment to those afflicted as well as pain and regret to their friends. There Is an effectual remedy for these facial defects and that is Bur- fellow wit In 'their stubble fleld, and she went out and brought him in. He was crying aitd-ho was cold aud hun- gry ai'd his little, knees were covered with thjstles.. JJot' far from home he i had taken off'all his clothes but a litUe.-shlrt aijdXwaist and his socks. I These werb found by some of those jwho were hunting'him. Miss Hand- ford clothed the little fellow and fed him and hewai quite happy. Ho had wondered miles. The Hand fords didn't know who'-he belonged to or where he came from. So they went across the coulee to, try and find out who he belonged too, but nobody knew so they kept him that night and In the morning they took him over to Mr. Nick Icons'" and Mrs. Long knew Iiinr and took him right home. Mr Long was out looking with the res trying to find him. Twelve men had hunted all night and tho afternooi [before, but.seems .IE It In the wrong direction." Mr. and Mrs. Hedrick wert Indeed glad'when Mrs. Long brougb' him home. They had nearly given U] In despair. not sunet Itching, [Meed. Jnp, or I'roinid ing I'lies. Ko surgical oper- atlon'requlrcd Dr. Ointment Tviil relievfl you at onco nnj n5otd lasting lieucfit. OX., a all deutera, or Kdmaiison, Hates. Co., Lttnited, Tpronto. Box free 11 you mention tills and enclose 2c.5tamp to pay postage, early in the morning and assisted In! dock Blood Bitters, the old reliable restorli il antes. UNH3NS MODIFY ATTttUDE LONDON, Nov. Asso- ciated ministers concern- ed with the housing shortage have had a friendly.discussion with officials of the_.buildirig'-trade unions concerning employment of non-union ex-soluier labor on housing Bchcmes. Tho unions have hitherto.shown great liostility to the eraployineut ot such labor, but ft is helieved they1 may .inodlfy their attitude. If guarantees are given that la'oor will be withdrawn when the''slump conies" in No More Constipation or Blotchy Skin iWint a dear, Xcgulv hovels, and a perfect working Uw Air easy to ob-1 'tain if tou take I jUttie'Liver. nib, the sure' would all be surmounted lu time. "In 10 years time from now that ci: will probably be consumed 'he speaker asserted. Mr. Stefansson referred to the pra sence 300 miles northeasterly of tlv Fort Nonnan oil Held, of a large cop- per belt at present too remote fo: proper working, but which would li available when tho country was de- FARMER WILL RUN AGAIN WINNIPEG, Nov. Farmer, wbx unsuccessfully contested the mayor ally last year, is again tho cahdidat ot the Labor party, .defeating A. Putee by a close vote in the nomina tions; -A full slate of alderrauiilc an school trustee candidates was ols chosen. CHILEAN WHEAT YIELD Chile, ix'ov. Chilean wheat yield for 1820 was tons, an increase ot tons over 1919, !t wjs announced here today. 'Tho acreage sown, was 000 acres. Home consumption -wlt.tie tons, it is eslimaled. j An Astoria, Ore., man recently col- lected ?8SO bounty from tho State.on 352 sea lion scalps.- is-paid on sea lions because they are consid- ered tho Pacific Coast salmon's worst enemy. TPU cf t If Catm ua CUES H ni iJSs. GJ..T Strom. The Beauty of Tho LUy leu be youit. Iti Ivtonderfully piirt, I soft, pearly while from all) I bltmUhcs, will be com- >j 1 puable to the ptrfwt r I beauty of. yow (Ida and Oriental Cream FTKU T HOPKINS A bC> Bmareof gum tenderness tiatWims otPyorrhea. Four out of five people over forty have un-; dcr forty also. Loosening teeth indi- cate Pyorrhca. Bleeding gums, too. inflamed, bkpttng Euros act as to many doorways for disease germs to enter the infecting the joints or causing other ailments., porhan's Pyor- rhea, if used in time end used consist- ently. As. it; hardens Ihe gums the teeth become firmer. "'Brush your teeth with Forhaa's, It cleans the tKtli them white and dean.', j If gum-shrinkage lias already ait a. start uang Forhan s and consult list immediately for special tttato 35c and EOe tubes in Canada If your druggist.cannot ft you, send price to us direct and we n mail tube postpaid." fORHAWS, LTD., Madrid FOR THE'GUMS at BERT. KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP SUITS MADE TO RETAIL AT ALL TO GO AT THE ONE FLAT PRICE OF; Our Entire Stock of 415 MEN'S To Clear at Heart-breaking Prices Every suit in the store must go, and we have to make the sacrifice in the busy season. Look at We have a suit for every in every color and in every size. It's like putting gold dollars in your Come on the they will go fast at v these prices. THESE CUTS ARE WE SELL JUST AS WE ADVERTISE SUITS MADE TO RETAIL AT ALL TO GO AT THE ONE FLAT PRICE OF Our suite are the product of one of Canada's test tailoring bearing the famous 20th Century guarantee is behind every fit you or not "sell charge for Look at These Prices SUITS MADE TO RETAIL AT ALL TO GO AT THE ONE FLAT PRICE OF THE PRICES ARE FOR CASH NO SUITS ON APPROVAL BERT MEN'S SHOP ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 615 ;