Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRJDGE DAILY HERALD SArURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, MRS I AM A PEACH Quits the Contest By J. S. K. Dero Mr. Kditor, .If 1 cood express my feelings this yase wood be shaken by sobs. That story coutest your running I looked like duc-k suuji to me. 1 wen to the 5 and ID and buy 7 pedenicls and had them already to start tu -work. I saved all the paper of the meat and was busy drafting tut some real peppy a neighbor iloo in and Its that Herald Story may as well uso ttoso rcnHls for nitting ivitil yo'uv liueleuse OttETuin- mcr and ertbography and rhetoric acd not to speak of hzJ save'what reputation you go! as a cook and forget all about a liU-rary career. I admit my gram- ffler ivnrry-lo ray. self, bet IE oiher things enter into your contest. I'll mail you tho sponge by parcel post, I quit cole. .She sed they sure from hence- 1 forth consider me .absent without 'leave. BuE, nevertheless, notwithstanding, tho fact-stilt-remains true, 1 had a lot of fun till my fond delusions were laid'to rest a; afour slated. f If. anybody' needs that piu money I any .worse than 1 do, why 1 won't [even look up that word orthography they can have them and [their uo hard feelings. 1 But I can tell you atleas, the fun 1 had Retting suitable story and men- tioning stories I hear a couple that wood make the kitchen sink and the coal scuttle and the Eye Opener read lite a Bible Student's leaflet. Hot stuff, i'ii They; is a very ole fren of mino who I call George for he's a pratte on' the "Them was tho days" stuff: The attractiveness or other wise of out of Qeo. !s it entaili drinking sumlbin that don't freeio solid at zero. Now you noa me pcrfect.-3S.aBiI a pos- sibly; a little port thank you, I '.never touch it- -jus's tue same, Im not in uon decision bout is my limit. 1 caa spar" through' possibly three rouuds-r-tueu fioodnite nurse. After that I woodu't traid voices 'With Caruso.'If you are a seleu- ogmphlc student you know that even the moon bis its sets JuH once a mouth itself. Well, the first nits I went visitiug for that story. I forgot I went after and tripped on the -.void "Wel- come" on the door-Dial. When 1 made uiv exit. I resemble atmpospherlc conditions at the battle of Jutland. My visibility was very low, very low indeed. 1 learu a you.so !a story, It's a story you not a Relieve Your Rheumatism For25c. NR does it by improving assimilation and elimination logical jway. AW Today-Relief No Pay rheamitie poison Is allowed to if main .in body. .think or this. It the iuo ctss or Nature's Remedy (KH Tab- lels> In so'minr cases where other faQed. Thousands ma Taalsts every dsy and relltf.. pay-five or ten liistK for- uncerUla U. !5o of Nature's (NP. Tablet con- enough to last twenty. you, muif Rive you pfarapt Teller and sat- isfactory1, benefit .or cost you Ajid Nature's Remedy is nof 'only for.1He relief of rheumatism. It im- proves dwesiloa. tones the liver, rtf- Vlat.M Irtives the Wood: and cleiiaes the .whole syitem.: Ton'U feel like a nsw Ipcma when taken NR Triolets Toii'va tried the expensive. inedJclrjEs and doctors, row make tha rfW.leit.; lpu'11 get results this time. .Remedy (NP. TableU) told, fftiarantetd and recommended by your drujjtat- D.'HIGiNBOTHAM CO, LeTHBrtlOGE. ALBERTA. There are thrco vital procwsts of human of- loot, the extinction or nourlthment H and tUe eHmiaalioa, ct tho .TVlste; anytlilnff interfere irltK ttieio them be Interrupted or Improperly carried on, tndtlctar of somft kind follows. t Poor digestion and astinilU- 1lon .means .failure to derive full Eourlahment from food ar.d that la turu often meaca im- poverishea- blood, jiDuala, etc; Poor elimination nicans au -accusiulaljoa of milter poisons the bodyt lowers 1 sitalltJV decreases of re- tEstanca to dEscape Ifeada to the devtlopment of many Ilia. tome Interfer- ence with the trf tUmtcaUon, failure to gtt rid of bodr be expected to yield any medicine thtt fills to correct the condition responsible for It. Could any reasonable person trpect to rid ilmstlf ol rheumiiic pain aa lonf AS ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Not 'Aspirin at All ih'e ''Bayer Cross" The nanje itJcTitifica the 'anfv genuine Aspirin jirrgcribctlby plivsicianG for ovcrninc- tccn rcara and now. made in Canada. contains proper directions for Coldsr Headache, Toothache, Earache, Neu- ralgia, Rheumatism, Neuri- tis, Joint rainaj anJ Pain generally. Always buy nn'unbroken packagi of "flayer Tablets of Aspirin" wind Tfcere is only one Aspirin is ibo trade mark ireclslered 'i, While It Is will Vnown that Aspirin mean ri-Jt'Uc lnluUc.ni, Ilio Tablets ot Barer C .1 st-ntra! trade mark, tha ''Bayer Croii." Tin bojcs of 12 tablets Cost but aiewctnta. Larger "Bayer" packages.' Tiere is only one mut ;n is ibo trade mark ireclslered CaniSa) or Bayer Manufacture of Mono- While It Is will Vnown that Aspirin mean! Baraf _... company When Ty. Cobb laces Walter Johnson it is a battle of muscle as well as brain. The big league "stars" take care of their muscles, especially their "salary wings" with AbsorbineJ i I" i" arm prcvenU culi, v.ricow vein. and jub-down .av.nl.ge WALTER JOHNSON, W.Amgtor, Btll Club. Jr f? b.e iubJown JOE JACKSON, CincmnallNalion.li, W. f. YOUNO Inc., Lyman Building, .Montreal. trip to the cleaners.. If one could make gramuphoue records of a headache, I'd hail beauty .to hand down to future gener- ations entitle "It's Not tho It's tho Morning After." However, perseverance is define! in my Uicksbunary as "Stick till you get Yfait your after." 1 made a 2nd voyage of Olscovery. I know 1 wood bave to clear a fouuli of hurdles tor frenship 1 going to be awful, awful, careful TWO MILLION 15AM AGE. WATERFRONT FIHE- ORLEANS KEW ORLEANS, Nov. age at approximately wai caused by a'watcr- front today which the authoritlet believe was started by' sparkt from i switch engine. Two veuels, ;tled up In the burtiinj Mere-damaged and seyeril million feet lumber wen strayed. L of the jumps. AVelcnmn" was still on _ the door Spencer, It. may, saMy be said "tb.it the- member, for High River :bas no] suoii Inteutjou, In ine rcgard'rie haBj for anil his have him iu ihe'lfaci. Proportional Representation There e bera of the jt'Stslature oil proportional rnprnRATitation -according gary paper: anri In this tha surnilse ap- j pears to be, cflrrecl. ThereMs" old j contention as to This ineasure was promised ler Stewart at the t'ochrane election. whether the 1'rmlcr ha ahl6 mat. We got inside, took oi our rub-] to force his win on the Caucus is a hers, buns up our coat and talked j Jnatter of conjecture opposUlou fast. We pushed back our chair as to proportional representation lies on far as possible from the table lamp! bot'iijsldes of the legislature; and It and sat in the Bloom. is anticipated that a eamnrpniise ttf Wet of-coarse, couldn't siaclly j Introduce, this form of reprcsefilattou throw cold water-on ,the-auspicious iu tho cihes and not In tho rural cen occaeslon by refusing tres will jjriilen the rift it aint dace in such be- Joe Clirke 11 tKe House lewro me, used lots -of cold wtter to vs'eaken it. diil a lot bt quick- ness of the the a sip and a spill into a receptacle wo could see out of tho taile; c( our eye of our .chair. There .-was no flro in tho stove but the room seemed to get awful warm. You possibly noe the symptoms. The price of seemed to becomo 61 .little conse- quences. We even- thought of tivitter- bar or so from- the "Xaughty we go.t the story. 1 didn't exactly be I .man- aged to get going homo early. I got my coat 'hunted.up, my mb- bers. Oii.boys, lisseii ivhat 'do you noe what I'd.been I been spilling the contents of .those [glasses Into my-left viras darn near full to the predica- ment I'll say. Geo offered to help put them on. No, nay, >Tre" didn't 'lot George do tiine. We sot into those rubbers as quicily as I cood, attracting as little attention as pos- sible and beat it, I certainly had not a befuddled brain, but that one foot had several clauses lo add Wilson's "Self Da-. termination" idea.' It's ideas were mostly- ;it right angles to the course the skipper was steering by and'.by the time J got home I forgot my the luck. So scratch me from youV eiiteries the Herald conless pleas.. You may think this Is ings on for a decent respec ried the me ssr I-.tooK my husband Crawford .with me, on both occassionj chaperon. 1 say-Hook him with I brot him home 1n a baby carriage the first alte and a wheel- barrow the 2nd. I was that mortified. Bielee've me, yours, (MRS.) IA31A PEACH. better.to have 'triid and lost than never lo' have trfea" at" all. Get busy on; your, stories, -I am: per- fectly neutral.-1 don't care, who don't get a prize. I don't'bcellere ortho-! I graphy is a quarantine 11 1 never had it so 1 ain't sb-ure; i ._. The question 01 leadership of the Opposition may force itself if tho cur- rent minor that Mr. Ramsay is slated for the Senate is verified. it create'a Tacincy'in East' Edmonton, which it is reckoned will be1 contested by Mayor Joe Clarke of ;That he will capture the seat, should he run, Is regarded as a certainty.' This will mean a gov- ernment-supporter, but it is felt-'that he wlll: bo'a- thorn in the flesh' and add further to; government embarrass- ment. A WhlrlwinrJ Session There are those who.look to the coming sessloVas a slormy one. Enf though there inay be some-llvelineBS to it, it cannot.be eipecled-that there will .be anything of an open rupture, as .the inembcrs have to look to. their sessional indemnilies, and there is nd: likelihood of mailers coming to a head, so for an :electibn. Those wh'6 arc. iu the know, "however, express the opinion that tho'la'st sion, that of. 1922. will be a1 regular whirlwind, itthat the free lance and insurgent "element, with nothing to fear, will be out in (he open; This is the political gossip of the day, and like all gossip must be so regarded WEATHER INTERFERES WITH COMMERCIAL AMSTERDAM, Mail.) I ,weither in Holland. Ge'r- av'inl so- many -and Dennnrk his been judged liable mar- Cijo seiere for comuierciil tviation Fpasips. at The dally aerial, mail service- belweei'i liolland anil h, igi mil, and Holland and Germany :will he discontinued until POLITICAL GOSSIP j With the opinion held that; the ses- sion of the Provincial Legislature will I take place early neit year, political gossip Is rife, and with It. there arc I the usual canards. .The'pqpular mind, disseminated, looks It Is, com- INDIGESTION CANT STAY Stomach Gases, and Acidity ended with "Pape's Diapepsm" Out-of-order stomachs .'feel filierat, once! meals don't-fit-and you j belch gas, aclda and undigested food. When you feel Indigestion pain, lumps of distress m stomach, heartburn or headache. Here is Instant 'relic f.- ass-soon as you eat a'tablet or two of.Papo's the dys- indigestion, and stomach. with the gossip to an interesting >u. <.u.i, monly held that the government la 1 more in fear of Ihq Insurgents with- in its fold than of the Oppc'sitUm forces. Though the. laUerr arer not so united as they might to j he, there is a gre.ater in the government The; govern-'. irtent has In contend with us Joe McCullnm. of Vegreville1, and Turgeon, of ilibstonc, who. are.npt.so timcnable lo answer to roln as would be .wished crnment who ciesiros to-, have, its forces woll dndcr hand.' This inclina- tion to kick over the traces, shown by the group led by the members for Vegrevillo and IfibstOTo'wng all'too apparent at the government caucuses held last session, particularly..in re- gard to the liquor Act. In-respect to liquor legislation there 'arc. ex- treme prohibition members, and thoae who believe that the Act should bo less stringent. With thesa'divergerit views-there Is-.the customary, storm. It is even said that five caucuses were hold In regard to this matter, with tho Insiirgcnls particularly noisy and firm In holding to their vlewa< !.The npthot was that no headway'was inatle. The Band of Fve A feature In tho Opposition Is tho solid nhalanx of .sworn'brother's In political arms made up ot George Hoadley, Brigadier-General Stewart, Dr. Stanley, Kcmrriie: of PInclier Creek ind Campbell, of llocky Mountain. Those mon are not so pronounced in their antagonism to but arn willing to lend their support to all policies which; as Ihoy. reckon, are for the. welfare of the province. They are :olthfiil.lo Hoadley. OpposlHin The Calgary Herald has it that Cleo. Hoadley in making K bid 'for the lost leadership by endeavoring lo gain tho sympathy and support ot tho farmer Opposition members, lie. Is-Bald to be (inietly going about tho country addressing galho.rings of the farmers. This paper also volunteers the Inform' atlon that there- will be for the Opposition leadership next session, against the present Ica'denlilp'bf. Mr. Ilamsay, between N'olson Speneor, of Medicine Hat nnd Dr. Stanley. What- ever inav 1.5 tis luleallona oj lif. tress caused by acidity Tliesfc pleasant, harmless' will end. tablets of Pape-'s Dlajjepsin, always put sick, up- set, acid stomachs In "order at' once and they cost so Httle'at drug stores. They WORK while you sleep" Take ono nt1 two CascarelK ally lo keep your liver and bowels ac- tive.. Whon IjllloiiK, lieact- achy, unstrung, or-for a stomach, or bad breath, nothing acio no rilcnly as Cascarcts. Children Jovo too. 10, 60 cents. Complete December List Now on Sale Song Hits Christmas Songs and Hymns Holv Niiht, Peaceful Night (Silent Nljht, Hallowed M4ht) _ Jeanne Gordon N'piireth oeanie ana Columbia Stciiar Quartette 1 he Voice of the Chimes v Stellar Quartette Olden Yuletide Part I. x Columbia Stellar Quartette e Olden Yuletide Hymns, Part II. Columbia Stellar Quartette. Prince's Orchestra I Children's Prince's Orchestra j< 11.65 A-2WJ Jl.M I Want to Know Where Tostl Went When He Said Bert Williams Us, V Bert Williams Jlnia-BuIa-Jing-JIng Frank Crumit Nobody to Love Frank Crumit Drifting Along on a Blue Lagoon Campbell and Burr On Miami Shore CamDoell and Burr The Japanese Sandman Nora Bayes _. You're Just at Sixty as You Were at I Sweet Slx'een Nora Bajes) Avalon from Sinbad i Al Jolson Ol d Pal, Why Don't Yo u Answer Me L Henry B urr Sweet Mamma (Papa's Getting Mad) tl Told You So Uncle Josh at the Dentist's J and Harry C Browne Uncle-Josh and Aunt Nancy Put up the Kitchen Stove i Stewart and Jones Marion Harris 1 A-331 Marion Harris J A-3S03 A-3302 11 A-2W7 A-M95 il.OO Dance Music If a Wish Go'uld Make It So__Fox trot ra T N 1 P P tr Hickman's Orchestra My Little Bimbo Down orAhe Bardboo Isle Think of Me .Little Daddy-Medley -i. j, Wilbur Sweat man sjaiz Band I os trot' Wilbur Sweatman's Jazj Band Fair trot _, Ted Lems'Tazz Band Gypsy Moon-ros trot Ted Band J That MPanln' trot Paul Hiesc Tno I A-M99 Rose of Paul Biese Trio f Medley Waltz Columbia Orchestra On Pcnsacola Bay-Medley Walr, ColumWi Orchestra f The Three O'CIockin Opera and Concert Music v Columbia Spanisb Band I' K-477J Aida. O terra addio Rosa Ponsdle ind Charles Hactctr. KlssiMe Again I Lallaby K 7 Rosa Ponsellc emory t Dreaming Alone in'the Twilight I J1.50 Ilulda I 79114 _, j Barbara Maurcl 1 A-2990 Barbara Maurel 1 A-2990 f ji 00 Q Instrumental Polish Solo V '1 3 Toscha Scidci Faust Selections, I 1 MctropoMan Opera J louse Orchestra Faust Setectlons, Fart II Metropolitan Opera House Orchestra Meet Me on dc Golden Shore Harry C Jirownc anJ Peerless Quartette Keep Those Golden Gates Wide Open Harry C. Ijrowne and Peerless Quartette The Music Box Dialog for Four ttude, Opus 424 No. 3 (Bohr) Columbia Miniature Orchestra 78747 A-6167 Jl.M f? Columbia Miniature Orchestra A-3101 Columbia Miniature Orchestra f JI.W f itra 3 'W: A-31QZ Jl.H New Colmnbi. Rec- ordfl.. iaipcclej. Dut.tlt.'