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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23; 1920 THE LFrrHBRIDGE DAILY HER ALA PAGE FLEVEN ROTAR1ANSTOOKTR1PTOJAVA: SPEAKER HAD TO GET OUT But Like the He and All Was An Merry Pravwbtjti Mwiage Belt-It Java That Created But a British Army, Real RotaHan Stwot with Local M, D. u the ''End Man." HANDS ACROSS THE RIVER Itoifrfa'ns toien. o Lieutenant Colonel 0 Q. Stlbbard D S O, ot tho C P JU, .aslrell us Mr Wei's talk. Farter reported that district 19 6f Rotaryigd ilrHoffry for attendance, the percentage being over S4 for Oct. Procifeds-'Jroin Ssirntfati- ei bhovv at the MalestlcJrJU be in the cap, he eald Sago and- Tapioca In regard to aago and tapioca Tapioca he ar? obtained froui roqls of a plant, which takes about Bttcon'tno-.ins to the planters irown it loots' like a lirge neighborhood dollars for the comm'uilty fund of the club Mr toing to fake thew'fo'r.a trip from Capada sailed from Van cotiver and three weeks they iirrlred In'jajan and then went to China Five them to blgnapors miles saw them in Malav _ On (he way Bor- neo was i passed., lie asked them to iniaso an island lu England Ireland and could be placed und tl'cu there floulS be a jungle all around Then he told tliem that Java has a population'of. In; Malay they have'white elephants, fortv kinds nf monkevs five flying am" inals and w.omen; fonth'o, 61 amidst an outburst Branching Into i rliscussion of. tbe Industrial life of the country he 'said seventy per 'cent ot the tin of the world'comes from there it out of the soiMn round then it is to be treated Then The exporting After processes milk is obtain ed and placed in a taaVf After a short period the water off tank and tie -tapioca Is taken from the tattym- It in. In SMall lamps and fit thro-wn around factory floor to i comes Business of knea.d Ing Chinese'so ID there naked They take ol'thejr, clothes, as a Ban! tary meuore krjd then knead this pro- duet witVtbefr feet. They knead It into Hnall'patches. tljen placed in. a bammock sear the celling and the hammock Is rocked Wafer drops into the, product ariJ'collecb like substance into1 small. balls The balls are graded the ones being ahip pert for" tapioca and smaller ones eago l The speaker explained that saga pro- Islhe pl'h df a palm tree an-! !t takes about fifteen years for the tree to grow !p the point where sago canLabout two miles obtained Chinese, therefore place In the busl aslfcd him it he would like a deer and Mr.'Wells thought It would be a good thing so ho followed his servant for They came to a use the above.method in getting sago trees had fallen down and there tho One big export; trade is la pythons 'servant built a small house aud they They about thirty feet long and got [n and covered themselves with have a smaJJ head can quite leaves Mr Wells shoved his gun out eaeil? swallows calf They d'slocate I through the leaves and he noticed the the Joint of the Jaws and open their native take out two sticks a little mouth to a surprising exjent Should more than a foot in length and start a python swallow a man It I to drum away on a leaf fter a few minutes the native point- to Iho clearing; and there was a deer The deer repeated tho drum mlug on a leaf and every time the na- tive answered the. deer came a little about twenty million wild him about three hours to get him down ____'You.sen 1 have been about three weeks to digest him I ho past vearo having the Shortly after swallowing proces: 61 mv remarked'Mr Wells the'en completed the man's clothe had hes and boDtiiwould be coughed out. A Deer Hunt In Malay Noticing while Van comer closer Fimllj Mr Wells shot it pick cd It up" and put it-iuto bis pocket Island rece-itty men deer hunting the and iveut back to his camp Mr 'vVells speaker tnought a description ot i explained that the deer of i'alay ara deer hunt In Malay would be Interest only seven inches hign He produced ing He told of his first hunt shortly after he reached that countiy One 01 ing He first hunt tusk- from one o[ them rt Oiggest Eieph'arit-Ever. When he gdtrback to camp Ire found Mala} girl a pretty one, vvalluij; She had just been married and ac cording to tbe custom ot the countrj, 'The nerves It Is Not Enough to have ,the bowels move, It is more importint to persuade liver, Iddbeya, skin, and bowels to'ait in harmony and against self-poison- iig. BEECHAM'S PILLS act favorably upon all organs concerted in food-digestion fend 'waste-elimination; they remove causes as well is relieve symptoms. his native servants came to him and i into another room and showed him one, of Ihe flsh In the blown up stage. While finishing.his talk he showed Ihe Holralans hp'vy .the natives dress. The cloth Is let down-over their heads. >h where; a number of a couple of wriggles and a lack and the .dresged. If one wants to change clotues all they do is to let another dress-down over ihls one., a couple-'of extra shake the other one off and'to .fasten the new one and the act is over. A Sensation Closes Meeting The failure of. strike-in England was explained by John B. Still- water. 'Mr. StfJIwatcr caused some- what of n. utterances loathe effect that.thq.communlslaTwqre: preparing for a revolution that would' sweep both Canada and Fngiand and bltj discourse was ended by Dr. Leech rising to a point ol order aud explain- ing that the members of the Rotary1 Club of Letbbridge are loyal citizen! and would not stand .for a discussion of this nature .Mr. that soviet groups werebprgafetie'uV'ln every centre iri England the working men got .they, would bo able to keep the citizens'under hand and" her front teeth were espoced so ho stop He- explained that he doctored her up A day later was to Dy communist ho saw a luige elephant in front ot hi headojiartere to campaign shack.( Air Wells said he had seen i in tjauada ,waSc not quite eiepiiantviti the at[ then man> circuses but none of them were', strike, as big as this one j sweep the thai On top of the elephant was a inaullhe strike is overdue communists are dressed in yellow who he hail Just waiting unllMhe Iron, is hot in heard "Mr Wells was a good doctor this country fof "another strike n I ft The visitor Invited Mr Weils to go .wjtb htm to doctor a high caste nathe his medicine EE5TCHAWS PILLS Worth a Guinea a box. I ft A Member to accomplish their "ends revolution must and bloo ONLY TABLETS MARKED ARE ASPIRIN bag mounted the elephant s wlu Dn Shed It.necessaTj the speaker was svvung to his back cu the animals saja point fir _Leech inter trunk _Th0 aninul soon grabbed a rupted f V buncn off a tree ind all the I i as a citizen this- country ani wiy swept flies off himself being loyal to mv'country will no That nas Mr first trip on an 5tand I donLthink this is elephant He had six meals that dav I for this .discussion' 'Mr three up and three down Vilieii he stlllwater.wwithdre.vt (and. Presiden tot to destmat'on he found i fat gam explained the speak nnn rolling around r tt ells decid er rfas not aware that political dlscu ed a dose of salts was what was need 'giong were not en5quraged in the Ro cd and he gave him some Fnos Fruit ,tarv Club t Salla. bo medicine However t'Keep thi Homo Fires Burning HtUlwite fa'd It was too hot Ind Mr Wells bad ,vaa back Iilto. the meetin to take three doses himself beton- ne is Lieutenant Colone" sybbard DSO who as to the water It bubbled so tKe native could convince the pationt it was not dangerous i on in The "Not tepiriri at AH without the "Baye; Cross" IT i _________ Mr Welle produced a nimber of the communist bomb was exploded ucfous' Bi ords all hand made and! CAN'T SEE WOOD FOlft THE -JREES NORFOLK, Va Miss v dsugbler ot Mr 1 and Ura J C Oakea, of. ingtpnVJsT. C.MDecanie.the bride' 1 of Walter 1 IS G recentlvj it proved to be 1 an unusual marriage The pali decided to have a flrooden wedding." Everybody that took a leaning part ip the ceremony had a name llke'a'tree'. For in- stance: Groom- Walter Pine BrKo Ada Oakes t Best nia.n :.V. Robert L. Birch H Bridesmaid -V. Arina' Lee' L'aiirel Rev. K The .ceremony was'perforiii'-'- ed at N C and 'f to make the 'wooden flavor. complete the .couple went to N rX to spend a week with >the bridegrooms aunt Mrs B 'V Shingle f t A AMAICA GINGER UNDER THE PROHIBITION BAN WASHINGTON, Nov. Inger came under the prohibition ban hjirsday. onei bureau, effective In 90 classes the composition ot gluger, whether sold as Jamaica ginger, extract of, ginger, or by whatever name, as an'alcoholic- pre- paration, fit for use for beverage pur- Orders Issued by Commls poses and subject to problbUJcn regu r Williams pf 'he revenue lattons farttfihe backward Health for Sufferers From Chronic Catarrh MONDAY HEALTH TALK NO.V By HYRUM SMITH, D.C. Few things are more unpleasant thin catarrh, or more apt to lead to embarrassment; There is an acute catarrh or cold in The chronic catarrh dif- fers from the.acute ID that It Is more sluggish in character. .The mwrnis, discharged Into the air passages'la thin anij yellowish la co'or It baa a tendency to dry and'Jorm In cruets. Breathing difficult. Often the 'nose passages he- come clogged 'The bream IB bad The sense of -tute and smell is Impaired. is due to kck of nervous It? in the air passages Thla caused by pressure upoi. the that del'rer energy to those nasal membranes Chiropractic remove this treasure and nature health. BOILS SO BAD HAD TO GIVE UP WORK GAINS 30 POUNDS, 1 I tad with ca. tarrh for zi I gave all tie- pbvsicians who were recom mended'to me trliil I tried many things "before I tried chiropractic. I jfas prepared to it a failure, oondl tion cleared and I gained 30 N Summers, Chtro Reiearch Bureau, mont No: NO CHARGE Contultatlon Is without charge or obligation. HYRUM., JUNE B SMITH SMITH v-1 CHlBOF'ftACTOBS 205 Sherlock Block 'phcqts 16r7 snci 1441. HIROPRACtlC CORRECTS unss LOWER PlKtHEO KERVE5.1HP055IBLE TO FURNISH PROPER IMPULSES LIFE AND HEALTH TOTHEIROR6ANS AND TISSUES v HEALTH Conditions In Russia from steel clneli> sjolen from tho! Col Stibbaril spoke on condltlo nntlsh One sword he showed 111" ls he 'iv them Ho tolj RoUnans was a real old pirates sword nany forms of cruelty practiced by and he said he had to bargain v ith the b0in the Bolshe ind Whites In the'11 From ihe davs of Job up to the afflictions.ol tho' human'race? the nincuonE of the human race AIL the poulticing and lancing >ou may do -Kill ot prevent them from [native for somo time to get it Emails summer" ofTsilS it was necessary to breaking out -vsaln he said he piid i good pr co for relievo tho pressure on the western Boils aie simply caused by the bad about fitt'en cents He also frcnt so ninety men were 'Wood bursting oul and the bad them how the natives make lire by us Murmansk on An? 20 1118 and liter blood must be mads pure before the ing a bone cylinder inil some tmdrr Uiey were reinforced by flftj inoro end bolls di apiieaf Thej fire Ii produced by heating the these one hundred ind forty men I Burddck Blood Bitters, which has air in the cjllnfler by compression fought their wa> ddvvu the'line on the market for over forty i A flsh Story labout four As a re h well knoyfn as the greatest He tola a fish slory Whlla the ua four or flve divisions uf Germins blood medfclne procnrame lives are harvesting tholr rice thev nere wlihdriwn frdnl the weatern fish Each lad wojltl have about flftj front and sent to the east r poles and would slick them in the mud i are essentfally cruel b> Ihe namo en Aspirin lite 14 Karat on gold. Identifies tha only 'x A'plnn pMscrlb t6r over ztidft In It positively :ine by physicians yturi and now Alwdys buy ad fiackajo____________0_.__, ._ r___ only mnit "Bnyor" 'Alplrln II the Irftfo In Canada) Bayer Manufacture of Voi ac'etkft'clrieater of EAlrcvllcncld. Wnllfi It Is 'well hroirn that AeMrJn mcani r' manufaccure, to ajmt the rwM'o asalnit Imlulloni, the Tablet! ot wlll.te with Ihstr ireneral Irado mark, (ho C of "Haytr Tablets of Aspirm" directions for Colds, Headache, F-areclie, .Neu- ralgia, Lumbago, tis, Joint and Pain generally Tin bo'ies of '12 tablets C6st tat afcwoenta Larger "Bayer'package 3t i In a'line Fach pole would ba be tween one and two feet long the placing ot a roller over a were caught and thej would keep at it until they got a basket full. While going homo they wpulilprob' ft purifiers the blood by removing every particle of'foul matter from AUCTION SALE At the Farmers' Feed Bam, 3rd St South SATURDAY, NOV. man s chest, cutting the skir and then Bkmnlng him bv rolling the roller down big body .Another was tojnat a man ibly tahe one out of the basket a chair and rfi-op him (fitoitbe river HOUSEHOLD rub it on the ground The flsh woulil inimedlitel> ittaTlow air anil bo blown up like a tennis, ball Thei would it ou the gi watch It float up about ten air Should ono 01 the flal In the rice field again It would espel i tbe air and go owlmming'.avvuy.- Thai, story made a bit He explained that he told the same story in a convent in Victoria and af- ter he concluded'sisters ihrdufeli the.lce while dlsemhovvcllinc H the njslem find when this Is done the never be troubled .5 Mr. Newport Island Que I was troubled with bolls on my back a.ntfyncck so bad lhat wa3 oblljjcd'lo give up work remedlea, but got no SERVICE IN SENATE t.. i (New York Times) lie electlT of Bftlea penroso till! came to him with the remark that no', i political chairman 6f Iho power ____ ....._......_. fill PInanco Committee, to S Iflh con one believed him. Tho sister look him 'sccutlvc term In vthe United Statet i.taunt n Is consideid In [Washington noteworthy, rwl only be f cause It enlarges his prestige among i Ihe Republicans bilt by feason of the (fact that It IS a distinction that his never conferred upon any other I'ennsylvnnian. In the history ot the Senile only tiiree men- havi been elected to is two thq boll-! Kone It IS montlis nbw, and I hava had no return of Iho trouble, and 1 have never fett so well. B. 11. B. la put, Up only by. The T, Milburn CO., Ltrpltcdj Toronto, Ont, GIVES RELIEF FROM, RHEUMATISM Cases of chronic or muscular rheumatism' much bonefUted by the application of Ltii1' JIasaage tho parts well with the llnlnictit before Koing to bed and the relief, niiil sleep you enjoy will bo worth rriany times the cost." 35c and man) ao six term been s ot six Joarg each Bprvcd 1! (cation' Allison of liwa, 'gstln St rill of itmcnt, Vermont and John T Morgan of Aln 1 batna TAKE CARE OF YOUR HAIR Ion JESSE COLLINGS DIES LONDON, Nov. Hon. Callings, former Liberal-Unionist 1 member of parl'-im'n' for Illrmlrgham, tiled yestorda} nt Fugbnston lilr Ho was born In 1831. ii fot ot __ to face the" most'flnpflrhbt tlilni! of all Tho Iiafr Mco hair, 4nd flilffv witVi (Ifa gives tohe (o the'iacS, gives ft soft mcflow appftarnncer D6l mava Vftalene French Hair Tonic used oncd'a fluffy hair lull of lite, Canada ft lioltl" SoM by Sydney' JAcksAn Pre Specialist, Phone 364. Aerosfl from Alexandra ment. AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP A Number of Good Work Mares and f Also Some Cows 10 young pigs and two sows 1n pig, one 3 Inch wagon ani box; i spring wagou 1 hay rack and gears, 1 set double driving harness 1'eet'double work' harness; 1 walking plow; 4 bedsteads, springs and' mattress 1 ditilngroom eTtenalon table, 1 small kitchen shovels pitchforks crowbar, eveners double trees complete line of blacksmith tools, vice, anul, Iron drill, bellow's, hammers, pinchers, 1 McCoroilck binder, two hundred acres l TERMS CASH J. A, SMITH, Auctioneer1 BAILIFFS SALE UNDER-AND BVrVlRTUE OF CHATTEL MORTGAGES GIVEN BY; MORR1LL BROS., MELV1N A. MORRILL AND CLAUGHER BENSON TO MOLSONS BANK AND CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE AND TO ME DIRECTED AGAINST THE GOODS AND CHATTELS. OF THE MORTGAGEES NAMED IN THE SAID CHATTEL MORTOAGF-S, I HAVE SEIZED THE FOLLOWING GOODS, NAMELY: 18 HEAD HEiAVY WORK HORSES 10 HEAD CATTLE 1 POLAND-CHINA1 BOAR 1SOWAND4PJGS QUANTITY OF HARNESS WHICH, rsHALi: EXPOSE FOR SALE ON Effl [OF NOV., At Morrill 2 miles eatt of Dated, Lothbrldge, NOT, 15, 1820. THE, HOUrf Of P M, T. J, SIMONS, Bailiff, IffttftfffffftGSlUU ;