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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27. DAILY HERATJ> MRS IAMA PEACH IN THE RAIN OF-? By J. S. K. Dere What ever (s pained surprise, 1 aiut sure, but 1. think'1 had a touch pi II. Any way I got so mad I went down collar, got me a axe end bust-up a week's kindling at one setting. My first reading ot that English i from milk why don't they say EO, BO we can shake well before using. take Mr; J. Caesar, for iusllnct, what do we reniember about him. Well, ho was the original ot Caesar's ghost, and EO lives in history on that account 1 guess. He Hred behiiyi a rain ot Elitaheth, but after reading nhat our boss had to contend with ralo and mud at Sallsburjs plain and after what Bruce .palriisfalher i about continual rain, I see that He ler for the English pcepul to keep track of the rainy, season that way. than by merely quoting dates. It rains all dang time, so they Just say In the rain of Ceqrga tto Fifth1 ani-let It go at that. We Dint troubled like that at all. All we got to say is 191S, and pray for irrigation. I got some more hrite ideas on Eng- lish history that was never written, EO tell the news boy if you like it, he tell the editor, the editor will tell his milk man and his milk man delivers Mini to our house so I'll hero ot it Hut I don't noe 1 say I don't noe-r i am wondering. n 1 went to scBooi-I havo suue wasn't for Jiiite not be getting this letter from MRS.-IAMA PEACH, mfimi 1 now I' 10 oiuoi Huauuun Elim IV our la dwell chalk to chalk his cue, and i B t out English history he Idea-ther on y to he heard of, where t> 1U to good reajmg. oil the outstanding eienls-perlocls of m mo -A.. and inea. j _ morning .emi. fie and his cohorts. trained men .swords, shields, chariots, i took, pretty near as and "were about as'careless with you jioo-wheu 1 went. His- thex-nitca states lory, and supplementary reading b Mlu Uie hare backed, ignor- drab menu, J t u. M. opinion-they run the other subjects i ragged. Senator Smith pf Winona, De clares Council of Agricul- Jure Policy Disastrous WOMEN MANNED EQMQNTQN COURT EDMONTON, Nov. wom- an lawyer pleadingthe.caw.o1 a woman prisoner before a woman magistrate a woman orderly In :attendance was" the unique spectacle In here recently. Mrs. Errilly Murphy was the mag- istrate'and Mist H. K: Barclay the lawyer.- Mrs. Murphy In'her few words of welcome to Miss Barclay dsclared tho felt the eveht a milestone !n the history of the province where women are con- opinion-they run me Caesar .wasn't so', crude though he '.ragged. i us t run till he'catched them and then We admit did carry the up 6ct to. reading a hit far. Jesse. Jaines and Ola j lnachlni) versus X ek carter .were not JBKOY, aod playlus faro. _ o .c ct y i JBKOV. v_ cd authors, when we was caught tea d, ing them: holind our Eeographles, and caiiBlit a Hrtine-it; Inisiim-as rank injustice, but of curse we noe better, now.. v- Ign'ha says these liar to liut English. history-It "a. florl-jSo >e B ublcaco- gil ous JIarold the Saspn was" and fi built good roads; He ,UB -tf, :at Roiue; Umos ho had to do 5' acjng ln those matches Disease oi the Nose (By Brice Bclden, M.D.) HAMILTON. Nov. Tariff! Commission this -morning heard Sen- ator Ed! Smith, who appeared before the commission as Ihe representative I of tba jam manufacturers ot Eastern I meats would apply with equal force I'lo the conditions' Iu HrilUh Colum- I hia where there Is also a flourishing Industry. Exhaustive data, obtained from 11 jam factories was submitted, Ovor three and a half million dollars jwas paid raw An annual sale ot goods to the value oi -7ldenced the tact that this EDSIOS'TON, .Nov.' first of the overland oil hunters have started ou their way to Great Slavs Lake and Fort They are Dan Darougb, A. H. Sehurde. Tony Neis, and J. A. M. Rankiii. all of them experienced northerners and they left Thursday on the A. snd O. train for Fort Me- Murray which also'took the winter mail to the far north. Clearance cerr tiflcates were given tlio four adven- COAL CRISIS PASSED WASHINGTON, Nov.y m> cease to contract after pro Township sustained a Pupils ot a girls longed closure to cold and the cir ,OB3 of when larrf dra became panicslriclen and jump dilation lags so that large amounts of Implement shed and a chicken house ed from the windows of a dormilon blood at the surface ot the body are wera to the ground. a .number being Injured and successively cooled, with AUCTION the force ot the concussion. a resulting depression and consequent epresson an ting power, an altogether Anyway he- and different effect from the circulatory in Mgontion induced b> the sudden Lutiwvu, needles wont (Q deep and ho die. An shock of a brief plunge or shower was .famous. for was Another cause of colds is the breath starting the fashiin of Husbauts trust It is impossible "to from avoid th s on the streets but much can home so much-.-he bad he done to reduce- dust collection in l-ttoing lie originate; thdeara old, weight 1400 l-team'BiaQtr ll'aui 12 years old, full brother and sister, weight 1200 1 Mule 6'years 01d, weiiJht.'ll.OIHbs.; 1 bay horse, 8 years bid, weight, 1200 1200 Ihs I bay Driv- ing 10VyoaSTSiOFelgfit -SOO'Ilbs 1 sorrel Saddle H6rse, 9 "years .welght.lOOO Ibsl; 1 child's pony, 10 years old; 3 while Coyolo Hounds; about S.doien chickens 7 "Kitchen' Queen" Range, 1 Round OaK Heat- inE Stove- 1 Cupb'oard; 1-lJining Table and Chairs, 1 Dresser, 1 Comodo- 2 Parlor Sewing Machine, 1 Iron Bedstead, 1 Single Bed- Machine; 1 Gramaphone, 1 Eightdav Clock; Aluminum .Ware, and Dishes and olher arilclep too numer- mention'.-. FREE LUNCH.AND CIGARS AT NOOK 'TERMS CASH-NO RESERVE, J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER R. J. DAWSON, CLERK- A. A. RONEY, OWNER E not looking up to the niark. 1 know your duties arc heavy at present, but you're too a man to have on the sick list. When you're looking better, I have an advance to discuss with .yon, -ihia box oi Milburn'a Heart and Nerve Pills will start you on. the. road to health and strength. They pulled me right back to increased energy and vigor after the most trying time iu the history of my business. Ill health 1ms kept thousands of people it the foot of ihc Udder who sliould Ivavc been at the top. The (ostrenglh is through the l mid Nerve syslcmi This is the action of; Milburn's Heart Nerve Pills, a scienlific medical preparation, used arid approved for over twenly.fivc years by people all over the Country, Read "this one of thousands 6peo for your inspection any time. Mr. M. L. O.t., troaWtd witb aivistd by friend to .try, MILBURN'S HEART NERVE PILLS ,0 l" to ttt a hex, anil from tb. fir.l Ibcy "M hit" ,nH J pletely rtlicrtd after There I. eqoal pilll f.r IhoM who ire troiitltd with tbtir heirt." Heart Nerve. Pills are sdld.t a" direct on receipt of price, SOc. a box, by The T. Milburn Co., pritano. Drink it-ItVApple Nectar OKLA-APPLO firewcd from fresh ripe apples. PURE, SWEET, SPARKLING AND REFRESHING Sold at all fountains in the district or delivered to your home in the city. MADE BY WE QUALITY OF SOFT DRINKS ;