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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 4. 1920 J'LiiiTlihKipGfei DAILY PAUfc- Will Total Twenty-Six Hlon Figures compiled by (he census btjreuu jjul other SOY eminent depart uitn'ts Indicate Hut the of omen In '.he United States ot age Is ZS 035 000 of apprailmotet) are ellgiola to la. the Noveuitwr slec llou Th estimate nukes a liberal align ance for-aUeji American women married to aliens and others Ineligible Exact figures Ira not atathble on the number of. over, ?l but hat- red froin voting 'tirfrugh rea sons. -Census Bureau' officials-believe, however, thai this >eur at 300 of the 5 250 OOfl foreign torn 'in the-United wilfsjt-wt have become naturalized In addition there wore In11910, according to lbj> about 60 000 Indian womjin, Mosl Of whom, >ere living on reservations, Ohmceo and Japariese number o( married to allays and barred froTm. voting TOr tliat'reasop and a largerfnwnber de- p'Jvod of the b.illai under state statues In harmom willi constltuttonalTtfoV- ptal of these was esftSuited at-about 1.500.000, ;Vomen married to. aliens re uut eligible to vote, the Depart- ment of Justice has held, but foreigu- born women married to Americas clt- Itc-ui -whose fatheis have Become VrAerlLttiX citizens are to the ballot wliliout naturalization proceed- ings The number of eligible male voters United.States this year has not beep determined Bated on an estl mated population o( hoy census bureau figured tha.i there are now 34 mea In. the over. 21 years .of age of whom probably would be entitled to.vote In November When You Get as a it, full of 'dreaias ypu need BEECHMCS PILLS iFarigueisureiresult j 'of poisons produced ;by exercise or failure to digest fooU propel- Jy, and i eliminate' it tof and kidneys. iZ f s Utelt Fignrts Show Gain of in Ten Blrlh-rUfe Decreases A S III N G T 0 N, Sept.; St lies 1ms more than lOb mil I Ions of people. _ Tms oeen determined by the Census. Bureau. Information has become known ituout an actuil count of Ihe people It happened this wiv Tlie classifies lion of the people into malo ind fe niate. white and black, race, occupa- tion' ftjid so on; is .done by meads of machines that punch cards. Hundreds have been punching cards for months Originally there were these blank cards.-- There is one card for each iicrqon The fact thnl all but qfi the cards have been piii-cheJ V 'her- a-? 000 persons accounted for and it. Is IWt there are lea? than a million cards to ha "punched J' the determine "ttre persons it wlllUnearj according to unpflteial among experts, that there, are, m the United States about lO.'.OOOOOO people Ex perls, claim tLat no matte! how thor ough a census enumeration may be at1 least 2 per clnt of the people will not be enumerated 'Some off the'facts :the census will show, are -Fifty-two ptr cent, of the people live in cities, whereas 1910 showed more than half lived In rural districts. Women are in .excess of men; al- ways before' the census -nos shown an excess of males Flftv'one i-? oont of the people have specialized occupations. Twelve persons m every 100 cannot (EdmontotjBulleUn) .Aim: lie-en tea: ha If price' If the provincial' government .'Here isaKed in a general taerchanqlw bus- iness, their advertisement would read something like the above on the morning of. Friday, October 1. Is to that for.the remajn tier of the' season, Die offlcai greeu platen with Awhile numerals affixed U c tame belus authonlv for the ouer aiujn of the proi Inr-o during the jear at hand. tost onlv half Ihe ciiiuui.t ot the reg ular antiual fee: Taking the 'Henry Gctthere Ford as i: basis, the license the balance of the seven dollars and fifty cants, please. It would' 'appear, however, tljl tliero are not many automobiles -left vrUhout licenses to take advantage Jhe cu rate schedule couung into ef fed October let IJeputi Provincial E bridge flatei lhat tho toial uum ber of automobile licenses Issued to iflalo for Ihe year exceeded foi Uberta. a_sulntautlal gain over i tho mark ot 1SJ19. whei auou t "i 4.000 jnotorU Is .we ed .111 'or numbers befdro October. However t is said there Is always a large nuin jer of issued during the fal therefore for the yea in, witomobllo operation prbnilBes" ii to exceed air previous figures. read and'.wrlte, Birthrate hai materially Stops Hair Coming Out; rDoubles Its Beauty. t since 1910 due lo crowded conditions In cities. and; the of living Gain of lo since 1110 J Ten tillllion duo to excess of births H over deaths and five million to 1mm! Taken in Fatal Mis Moore Saysjon I i Arrnal i i___i .._ t STfliKE HITS LAfjOR follow- IRK notice was printed by La- bor, s weekly newspaper pub- .llsh'id by union officials: 'Editor. Phil Keigler pf 'Tile Railway rcqueati Labor to tlsat tie ier Mssue. ot .Ihe wagazlno delayed on account of a strike oi pressmen and assistants.' _ 1 DIFKICUJ-TIEK'WITH LIKELY TO BE SETTLED OTTAWA, Oct. 1. (Canadian The difficulties between the federal, government, and. the govern1 Columbia are expected :q he settled socn V. C Scott, general of Indian af 'airs, has returned to the city after trip .-through the western .provinces and to British Cojambia, where .he took up with the OiilcldlB the matters In dispute regarding Indian reserves, which were the subject ot legisla- tion passed .at the Uct session of pirllameal AUSTRALIAN BANK CLERKS PRESENT A WAGE SCHEDULE SYDNEY, N. .S. clerks Of Austral la1'have formed a union.--' '-Be- fore court Ihey have liresehted a schedule ot wage claims ranglug from >ear foi ledger- keepers to per ycav for g eral nianagiirs. Teas are noted for .their strength and richness. Red Rose Tea consists chiefly of selected Ass ams blended with'the finest Ceylons. Red Rose Coffee is HATCHING ALLIGATOR HEN IS STILL Tlionjas dl not commit suicide She wanttd t live and ahe begged, the dpclors Yh were attending he not to let her di sliu har! ijoityht in 11.. crirlon (lit! found (i.illfimoiid it! a_pieco of candy. II was lakcn la a jeweler, and, It was said. npprnisctl nt -It is supposed -the dhmoiul stuck in the liatter when, tho, person to whym it.belonged ft was milking the t-nndy. V of Sleep 'if IT'S a big temptation these days, with so much to be done, to cut down your sleeping time But the busier you are, the rhore you iiecd the per- fect relaxation that only good sound sleep can give You probably need more certainly need better (And this means, bett'ei and pil- lows: 1'ar from promoting-per- fect sleep, the typical wood- en bed or ordinary metal bed creaks, rattles and s.ways, preventing .that sound repose which can.be bad only in a sturdy, noiser less bed. The ordinary spling sags or humps, and most mat- tresses and 'are even when they, are not unsanitary. .You should know 'the Simmons noiseless 'J3ed-f- buill for deep.' Simmons Limited is a pioneer makcrof Metal Beds built for Maker of those Wonderful SimmonBSpnngs.thatreally do invite the body to lie out flat, every muscle relaxed. 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