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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1920 Republicans'First Congressional Forecast Claims 15 Senators, 25 With 7 From South CH1CAUO. sS.epl. m- Republican successor to Democratic tlonal Wed- senators. In the following s.ates, the issued a statement claiming thst of the 3t sotatore to'be elected la Xovember tuo Republicans are sure ol 15, reasonably eurcr of S and have a fighting chance for two more. Present they said, were tbatithe Republicans would elect 23, showing a net gain of S. The present senate stands 49 Repub- licaa and 47 Democrats. 0( the 435 congressmen to4be elect- ed tho Republicans eipected'to make a net gain of 25, the statement said. The present Republican majority in tho house is JS. Tbs 15 Republican senatorial candi- dates rated as certain arc in Oallfor- nia, Connecticut. Idaho, Indiana, Illi- nois, Iowa; Kansas. New Hampshire, New York; North, Dakota. Vermont, and Washington. The statement adds: tUes? stste. California. Idaho, and South' Dakota, are expected to elect havs better than an even chance: "Colorado. Kentucky, Maryland. Mis- souri, Oklnhoaa. Utah, Wisconsin, and Oregon. Of these-states Colorado. Kentucky, Maryland, OklabonfU, and Oregon are said to be sure to return Republican candidates as successors to Democrats, making a net gain in Ibis group ot 5, or a total net gain of S, which would Increase the Republic- an strength new senate to 57 leaving the Democrats ?S. "In Arizona and .Nevada the siiuV tlon is iu doubt. East of the Mississippi river, re- ports at headquarters Indicate that there Is not a section where the Re- publicaus will lose congressmen. "Invading the southern states, to- the Republicans count on a gain of 2 in Tennessee. 2 in North Carolina, 1 in Oklahoma, and 2 in Kentucky. LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. C S. THE NORTH WIND The North Wind's voiwj Is wild and i harsh A3 It shrieks over sea and plain and Shrioks from the heart ol the. Arctic waves Where dauntless aien have found their graves; Found their rest In those awful deeps Borne with the flood that tireless sweeps Ftoni the ghastly wastes of thai jjbaslly land South to the bleak and Ice-ribbed strand; JLund o( brute force where the etroug- est win, Uiiid ot silence aiid stealth and sin; North Wind, tell not the crimes that .ire done, But speak of tlio battles dreaine and Speak not of hopes that shattered But of hopes like stars in the Folar sky, Hopes eternally bright -P. C. S. Huilding Induslirj' Entirely' At the Mercy of the Banks, an Architect Declares who is officer eominsn'dlns tbo district of Herschcl Island. Inspector Wood has forv.-arded to. Commissioner A. B. Porry reports on patrols made' into the interior shores of Cor- onation Gulf by Staff Sargeaut Clay anil Constables Brockie .and Cornell, i stationed at tiie newly-established eta- ilion at Tree River. Summarizing tho {reports of patrols from Tree River to Tiieru are only five physicians In Montenegro, so eve'rybudy feels' fine, thank you. Down iu Montreal they are fighting over housemaids. Or }n other words. The hnnd that Bets the table rules Jio world." l J'olicc Othctal Reports New Detachment in Frozen .Wilds Coronation Gulf. Kent a, Bath- urst Inlet, Copper Mfnc'lliyer, Bernard 'Harbor anil Victoria Land, Inspector ]Wood slates that there aro already seven white traders in this district along Iho coast cast bf Port Epworth (Tree River) and these traders are gradually increasing iheir radius ot .if traders into 'ho intcrloA of" tho Arc-j operations. "It is only a nistler ot tic 're-Ion surroutUins Coronation writes inspector-Woorf, before "ficconlliig to reports received at bead-1 we must open another station farther of the Royal Canadian Mount-' cast still Uian onr new one at Tree Oct. is u steady movement cd Police from Inspector S. J. Wood. River." He snuffled and sneezed and couldn't get rid of it. Mother at lastremembeied She put some in Kis nos- trils at night anc! rubb.cd the outside of His nose it. Next day He breathed .freely. Cold all gone MenlHplaiuni Iicals genUy anci promptly fcr culi, Ltirns, chipped hands, etc. Antiseptic ns well aj healing. "Tki Jjlllc lib" INDIANS REPOHTED IN FLOURISHING CONDITION Oet approach of winter finds The. New- York mob who yelled 'Down with England" can scarcely hope to succeed. England would nov- er stoop to their level. Tbe traditional strength of 'Irish whiskey may throw' some light on the oft-repeated question: ".Who's" feed- Ing OTTAWA, Oct. has ceas- ed to function as far as tha building Industry Is concerned In this country and the United Slates ami the Ssdus try has, to a great exlont, passed from tho bauds of contractors aud archl tectti !n tn the hands of bankers ana i-t-xKlmen, Charles II. WhUakec o the American Institute of Architects said at yesterday afternoon's session ot the Koyal Architectural Instliut of Canada. "Bankers are telilnc us the kind o butidiuss we are to build, not contrac tors and architects, and tlio'result 1. that the Industry In the United State Is paralyzed and standstill, 'ex cept in the Isolated cases where cos 13 'of no ho added. He referred to the special session of tho New -York state, legislature rec- ently at wiiicu special laws affecting buildlcg and rents passed, "it is ut- terly impossible to pack more people into Now York CllyS Imagine tho state of New York .legislating to build houses in tba citie.vwhcn 33.000 farms were abandoned throughout tha'stalo In a single year. The housing prob- lem tannot bo solved until the land problem is dealt with." WELL KNOWN RANCHER WEDS CAUDSTON GIRL Falls Tribune.) Jlouls J. Stitey, Montana manager if the 'Matador Land and Cattle com- pany 'fll Malta, was 'In Great Falls vYeetucitoy .ii-companled by his bride, Mr. Kllpy is one ot the best known stockmen of the state and manager ot ;be largest catUe rsiich in Moulana.- He is a personal friend ot Charles M. Russell, tho cowboy artist, and for several years had been considered "a conSrnied bachelor" by his friends. He was a cowboy in the Black Hills of South Dakota and In1 Montana In the early days. Until one year ago he was manager of the Knight-Watson Cattle company of Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. Riley were married at Havre last Saturday and aftnr a brief wedding trip they l be at home ou the Mstador ranch at Brookslde. Mrs. Rlley was formerly Miss Pauline M. Russell of Cardston. Alberta. She for merly lived at Vancouver, C. The Matador company ibis fall has shipped head of beet cattle to eastern markets and plans to shij more before winter. THE FACT That a little learning is a danger thing" may account for all thil unrest In the world. One -of the presidential candidates lit the U. S. used to play a Horn in tho village band, but his opponent says that It's nothing to blow about. Canada will not have a minister In Washington just yet. For tho time being England will minister' for us. C-Le reason that there is A NURSERY RHYME Don't ki'l the. little birds the "Indians of Canada in a. flourishing 'That run their little condition and well provided witb food They're merely up in'afms and money, according C..Scott, 'Against the druggist's bill... deputy [Superintendent-general of In- dian' affairs, who -has returned from a yjsit to several ot the reserves in British Columbia andjho prairie prov- incea. Tho Indian farmers in the went have all had good crops this.year, _.. Scolt stated lo the Canadian Press.fho statesman iu sight who is at all and those-who mate their: living by i anxious for the Washington ]ob. fishing and tenting profited by the) that this is just Run a ,Candi- leadline. .That may.'be true bfit It'will uo't be because they won't trv The Liberal .Women's Association presented lion Maekenn" King with a Calkins sll-k, and arc onlj wn'nis for a cbance'to'present Premier" Jlei- ghen .with his walking papers; SWIFT CURRENT UTILITIES WILL COST MORE SWIFT CURRENT, Sept. SurT- stantinl increases in the prevailing city rates tor. light and water were adopted an adjourned meeting of. the City Council last night. The cost of dqhiGstlc lights is increased proiimntely 22 pertcent., with a min- chargo of ?2. The arerago in- crease in domestic power is 23 per cent., with J2.50 as the minimum. The water privileges are subject to ie heaviest Increases; these from 50' to 100 peride'nt., according to the quantities used, ;wliiie thu mln- imum jumps-from''rS2 to Ottawa Will Say Vflien law Comes Into Operation OTTAWA. Oct. Press connection with the taHing ot pro ncial: plebiscites under tho emperanco Act, It was stated toda hat while tho returns will be availabl cally on its'night of the'vote, be in taken as would be the case ia au ordii ry election, the official result will re ulro to bo posted by the chief electo 1 officer, Col. O.'M. Biggar, Shou; je provinces vote in favor of the pro- ibition of importation linuor, such rohibition wiil not couio into eRcct util a date which shall be set forth u a proclamation lobo published iii the Canada Gazette after of tho fflcial result of the plebiscite. high prices of fur last winter to such an extent that they are not worrying as. to the. possibility ot. lower prices this year. V i r FIRST DIVORCE IS GRANTED IN SWIFT CURRENT first divorce case to appear in a court In this section of'-the province wns concluded before Jrstice McKnv at tho Court of King a Mench here Ihi inormrj The petitioner vas Hnn- Thei-y, for several years n well-known hrjlcl'nian of Herbert, and still a resi- lient of thnt town. The -Jlenria Thery, has ueeu residing In England time past. p. Ambrose, formerly n well- known'member of the H. N. W. Police, was iiaraecl as the correspond- cut. Ho resides in England. Mr. and Mrs. Thery were.married al'Kenora in May, 1910. Witnesses gave evi- dence as to the relations existing be- tween Mrs. Thery and Ambrose. Judgment -was given for tho peti- tioner, ".decreeing thai- thu niai be dissolved at the expiration of three months from date, unless In the mean- time causo ia yliown to the contrary. FINAL PRQOFr In a blonde vs. brunette beauty con- at Venice, California, the brunette von. But that proves nothing: Just isk the fellow with' a tilonrte sweet leart and see, The baseball scandal being unearth- ed is enough to nuiko a fan ball, or spit something. how tha mighty have-fallen! Fallen, fallen! Fallen! i A fast liver Is rarely a good liver. This Is leffer THOUSANDS ot; people .pains 'of rheujnatisni, '.'believing" "them to bf 'uii-riUbleV'Ytf, the that rheuautism-H. X isj generally caused simply bjr the oi the kid- nivi to th5 system. The attioR of Gin Pills is to help the tet- Jortn their natural function igatn. With health; kid- neys, impuritjes cannot remain in the blood. That, is why Gin Pills are recognized as sp for rheumatism. If '.'your life made1 an intoleiiblr burden through the pains of Theumatieni, try Gla Pills .without delay. Sixty cents bo sold You can obtain' a free National -Drug Chemical Co. of LimiUd. Toronto: Ont. U. S. ihooM Drj-Co, Inc., 202 Main St, Buffalo, N.Y. i; f GOOD TIMES AHEAD; NEW YORK, Sept. Cbsuhcoy M. Dopewruay be numbered .among :ne optimistic who do .not be- lieve the world i3 Going to the dogs. In an interview yesterday, he describ- ed the calamity howler and prophesied good times are ahead. "There .will be no he _ssid; "and the cost of living is coming down." "Tho coiinln' Is on too sound a money basis for a iiO'Said. "Th'o cost of living will come down- gradually.- It will take time. I remem- ber when the Civil AVar closed. That was iii 1S65, but the cost of living did not to where it belonged un- til 1S7S! Yes, after the panic ot 1873. "The labor situation is, adjusting it- self. I read somewhere that there were fewer strikes 'in the' laBt year than ever before. The labor Rltu'atlon is getting better ill the time. This Is because labor has comef.to unierpUn4 that It must work with capital.'; l Mr. Depeir; is spending the antumfi as usual, at the lodge.' He ti IB thtt best of health and admits himsei: that he never felt bolter ID hla lite, despite HALF. BABIES L SINCE PXHI3, Septl Inf'uf moaUty. lias reached an amazing figure (tt Prance since the war ended, ic Paris ills. Spu'er coil t. Fiyij'hundred and nine But. of every v. thousand babies born nB.co'ulraEted with nlue'p'e'r England and four per cent, in New Zealand, which Is said1 tt> best _'.-' When Mrs: Torre'' Haute, Ind.i .married Isaac Sprlngef" her granddaughter wai .ring bearer. Doth brine7 and srooni 60. '-v FORMER G The Finest and "Purest Tei Sertd There is genuine and unmistakeable pleasure in its daily use. Black Green V Try a packet from your grocer, or Mixed J but be sure it's If levels all ranks! The rich must have it because no oiher is quite so good and the poos- have long since found out thai Blue Ribbon Tea is the most economical. MAKING IT CLEAR You are cure to yourself said Ihe glib-tonaued hotel pro- prietor. "Thera are lots of pretty girls to make lovo to." "That's rciurneil the young salesman on there's one thing T wish to impress upon your mind." "And what iu "i am not or.e 'of those chaps who would rather make love tlmn Boston Transcript. If a farmer meet a fanner Going ioto town, This lie grof-15 tlic farninr': "Wbent's 6till soin' IN A NUTSHELL After nil la said and ilone; here is tho whole tariff question in'- H vnul- shell: If hixh tariff Affects my puree I'm a trader; if Ireo tracto afSocla rny purse I'm a protcctloiilat. Ons HP. Tablet Each Night For ft Will Correct Your Consfipalton and Msfco Constant D.ojinj siry. .'Try It. Poor asplmtlalton mean a poorly nourished' body end I6w viuudy. i'oor elimination means clogfred Ixjwcts, putrl- faction and the formation of poisonous gases whicli are absorbed by the Uootl find carried through the-body. rssult is weakness, headaches, dizziness, coated ionguc, Inactive liver, bilious aflacks, of energy, ncrv- o'jsness, poor appetite, Impoverished blood, sallow completion, pimples, skin and. pitcn.ttings IU- nc.ss.. Cnllnary bratlvcS; purged and ca- "calomel and the- relieve for a few hotira, but leal, lasting benefit c-in or.Iy como ihrovigh use of racdlclno tlwt tones up and strengthens thb dlgsslivo 03 .well ea the organs. a 25o box of Natures Remedy Tablets) Dr.d'tako ono tablet eichf night for a v.-cclt. Relief will follow the very first'doso, but a. few days vrill Ijc'oro you feel and realjzo tlio 'fullest btnefiL "When you pet id ied'just rlEht Attacked Members of. French Mission Year is Now Arrested on Serious Charge i BERLIN, Oct." Gottfric with othcrj officers, has been to the newspapers, "cm.a charge of at- tempting to secure'possession of two million rifles'left behind in Holland during xthe. retreat: ot .the army with a Tiew towelling them un- lawfully. The prisoners were provis- ionally released alter a preliminary examination by the public prosecutor. Prince Laiigenburg last April was fined one thousand marks for neclioii with the attack on members of the French mission In the Hotel ,Adton early in the year. This attack i was led by 'I'rinco Joachim of Hohen- zollernj n cousin of former Emperor Wilhelin. uut yon need not take mcdlelr.o .-in occasional NH Tablet then liccp your eyatem In good condition and '3-ou will always (eel j-our btsU Ilcmcrabciv keeping v.-cll 13 caller and cheaper than celling Nature's Remecfy (NB Tablets) aro sold, iruaranlcc'J and recotnnKjntlcd by "Dear Clara" '.vroto the young, mnn, "I'.inlon me, lint I'm RettinB gelfitl. I proposed to you tost nichl. but really forgot whether yon Kiiiil 'Yea' (ir '.Xn.' ohn by Tirill'. 1 "So glnil to bear from vrni, 1 know 11 Maid 'No' to Ronieopo ]ust night, but had forgotten jnrt who It was." j Tlie ki nd most 'any girl can have. Long luxuriant hair ia merely d question of car? i and cultivation. ICerpicide wM eradicate your dandruff, stop your jailing liair and restore its nature) sHiten EinH heauly; HcTpJeiJe "wiil your ecalp clean and healthy and glvo-your liair life, anoMuxunance nature intended. Herpicida is sold and guaranteed by ajl Drug'Jb Department Stores, 3 at the Btlivr-Bpfber SfiopSi J. D. HIGINBOTH AGENTS t Strange Isn't it, but when we favni" friend with a loan he often leaves I g alone. i THE DEACON SAYS That the only way to play tho gauw of llfo Is lo play it square, then when thp gamo Is over you can oslcop J with a smile. i can a people be free, that has j not loomed to bo i SATURDAY THOUGHT hfeher aim for Ksoif perfect tcnin work, and more f'liurclics havp bren wrecked by the lacii o; it than by other -Ar.k "llavf? we, n church, a definite worthy posrt Ir; If you ge-t imo. If you have, toayi ft'ork will help yoii "put It Largest Numerical Incr :ise in History for Decennial Period but Small Ratio WA3H1XOTON, states, the 1620 populations of which were announced Tuesday by thfi cen- ius bureau, showed gradual declines their j'especfivs relative increases over preceding Illinois has n population of an increaso ot or 15 per cent, over Its rank as tho third most popii- Ions stale although Its 1020 popula- tion shows the lowest relative Increase In the state's history. Montana with a populatloti o' 5-I7.59S showed an increase of or -i5.fi per cent, over 1310. This was tho stnte's largest numerical Increase but its percentage increase waa the falling short ol Its previous lowest relative increase uf IStO The is'.ufe ranked fwtlelh in 1910 but has passed New ilampaliire in ihe ,1925 raitk. 1520 population wag us IJM.247, an increase of or 10.1 per cent, over Figures show the Btalo to have made the lowest'numerical Increase sinco 1SSO and the second lowest relative Increase in. Its history. New MoNlco ranked as ''forty-four111 slate In 1MO. but passed Vermont in this census, Louisiana, with a population 1, increased or S.a per cenl. over HUO. The state sbfiwed .both numerical and reln- Hivo increases slutn 1870. Its 1920 ranks has nol Uecn (Ifitermlned. QRflPE LEMON, .CHERRY flHD BLflCKBERRV. f