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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THP OCTOBER: 6, 1920 PHOTOP! AYS I Lf-ri i iJ Destroyed While the Outfit Was of Wheat BUrned C. W; Brewerlon, I. B. Holiprts and' POTATOES GOING THREE President H. 5. Allen ivero tiasseu- Kers to Utah from liayuiond They vill spend u month in the! jsoulh mul will .attend tho semf-umiuiU j of tho Mormon church. Tlie Great War Veterans of Hay-' mond expect to'give a at a'; nun recent dale in the Kuyuiond hotel.' The is below previous Additional iuformatton ;.vill be given i but tlie qualhv cJ the tubers is out later. (From Our'6wn Correspondent) Oct. Minneapolis S5 inch cylinder separator belonging to the (J K.- JV.rintES company was iiimed" yestefday'af'fefhoon while the outfit was moving. The flro was caus- ed a spart from (he engine. The cfevf firSt npllte'd a slr'eafu of smoke frfimtie machine and on in- TO SIX TONS AN ACRE I From Our Own Correspondent) KAYMOND, Oct. potato har- tt has begun here. The yield Is from 3 to C tons per acre. The superior quality is due to the ilry Very law .cputa have been marketed. Weilingi.lob, has good fields of polatdes. OCEAN FREIGHT' WILL HE ?50.00 A HEAD FOR COWS tenors I have several large plots that arc re- BEHL1N, Sent. (By Mail.) Iportod to be. yielding well.._.- The German Department of lure and the Gorman Red C-osi are COVERS BASY-WITH LYE 1 E1S1KSDALH, ser trying to help Americans who have EH1KSDALI offered Jo tend cows to J ions accident to obUiii cargo space iu vessels to 11'. 0.. about fi HEAVEN FAMILY TAXEXSMPT ISLAND Tnpie who hare read "W'eMfard rehiember Luiciy Ir.larid, which lies 16 tie English Channel, ft Is one of IBe best of many Island "monarchies" that surround Great U Is tJeligntfol little Jewel that Was :tise katnt ot plrafea and smuxslcrs. It was puce French pirates, and laler fell Into the bsiida of privateers: ,-'r) Island may, llie real paradise i! is actually owned by the Mesyra family. A clergy man by that name rules over a king-. frdnVsri Civfls" for the last tlmo 1' Also a Fox Sunshine com- occurred at Sharpevood j Sl fteou iifiles cast of here. dom of acres and fewer than 900 ___ _ ______ end" the cattle across the Atlantic. I on Thursday last v.-'.ici; the youngest Smti-on a bal of _ The Inter-Allied Maritime hoard an- j child nuuiiced tbal it was unable to supply [aboul tho'. tonnage required. of John Ciifierdn. a baly t one year, waa bu'Jly buraetl i the face and chest. Aii oMef. child. Tfnttgstfon it was found that the whole The'Departmint of Asfk-ultufe tiaJsome liiree yeirs old, Mel Sot.hold of Inferior was iu Barnes. The machine Eejl( -eSifM lo tu3 Stales1 a can itt lyo and, (Making it was tal- was compteiely destroyed in, a very RM lo the'cura rubfici! :l !nlo (Ku little fcorj. time. The fire took jilace to (iefriany.- Meantime tho lidd one's face and body. Tbie. was not (ha 0 K Farm situated about twelve rjrost, nas o'een smooth anev'noticed for some tiica mother, jnilea south of Raymond. difficnltles here" and obtain per-.who was doing the evening chores disastrous fire on this same farm tooH i fcijssjofl (h. much elesired' ubout (be her husbatd. Imviss place a few when fire, obstacles are due to'sono 'to Winnipeg lo The tinWoira oiigiu, burned a .bin con- iKlthorlty IS the goverfc-; mother did what 10 relloie ineni regarding the Issue of rettriits the child, but finding lerv effprlS un- and fiispecilon of Ihe cattl'j whcn'they j.-.vailing feel oul in "enreh of insdicai 6u Without the conso'nt of the owner. _. IS deeiSred in the deed from tbe BrtC iih Of own! 16 be fdreyer frea fro' taffttlbh. ,-'i taiaing S'lO bushels of Parley Meldrum; a 'separator man, lad hid hand severely crushed yosfer- elay He filiinfe an oil cup while the machine was in motion and .Ijis hand caugnl in a cog. lljs flngert were badly crusljed: Dr.. Greeniway was promptly called and dres'Eed the ivpcnded member. S llara a Japanese fafiii hand ejh the farm ot K. pliama, Wellies, sus- tained i bfoken leg Jlonday when he was thrown yiolonliy from a loart of garden beets.His learn becanie'fright- ened] were soon uncontrollable 'and tiie young man was thrown from (te. .load siisiainiig the injury above men- Uoned The Mutual Improvement. Assm'la- tion of the Bay'mOnd second ward hafl the r opening soejlal Tuesday night.Ih the church... There.was ao e'xbellenl fittendance, the winter's work getting ufiderway in p'rpniis'ih'jj shape. rt_ Orilund, baffisfef ot Lethbrtdge, be thfl speaie-r 4t thb first irard chapel next Sunday. A special musi- cal program has been" arranged. rir aid. She Had to.iifiru ihltty inlles in "Tiie Red Crosi, oiliclal? estimate that the pouring ra'u before a dodlor cailld the oceau freight .'.linrge will uverago he reached. While no restructions are ijlaoeii up- ,n the 'breet! of cows nc'edcd, it is pointed .out tlmt iioisteins more feaJi- Fy acnieneile themselves, as that is the tirced in Germany. HAS EFFECT ON LENGTH OF CHILD'S. LIFE The influence ol the mother's ngo ph hef.'cnlldten is dculi with ,by Dr. R. ih an article iu the Jour- fuil pt iiygieild. .Dn. Inyestisalions Ehbw tiiat ts the ase of the mother increas- es th'b nveWge lenglh of life of her chllilreli decreases; the likelihood of tlie: chilfiheh having many children1 of their own decreases: the} offspring artS'-mOW to bb boys than glMS and '.the! intellectual grade of (he off- spfHig 'rises: ANOTHER PHASE IN CAniSpe DICK THE RAT PICTURE -Ben Lyieil, who- is playing at the Cplpnlal theatre In I'au! Armsti-ong's 'YAlUiS tells how fy Obtained, oile of the ihost effeitlre In tBa picture along with some jn I1T Melro star was listening to the ''life sldfy" bt ail auaemlc-looi- young" inah who iSecSsted him Iu e lobby of a Arigetos hotel and seed hini for fha pHco of a meal. '''Tin, just out of confided the strariSef. "bid a stretcK for robbery. Hit -I'M going- straight H8w had au inspiration. "Celt' locksj'-, he ,vrlth eager interest. returned the other. "But I'm going -whiif 1 want you to do.. And 1 want to helji yon. 3u-ppcse voii fun ojlt to .the, Metro studios iu Holly Wirtii( (braofrpw morning iud work ii tho Sing Slug scene ot 'Alias .lirann yaionliner1" handed ibe si-couvict his ?f "I'm .wpfSng in play for the. explained and when we shoot the scene in the !iat tn ioti with a'nah-iiin Itit can the famoS Chapihl- nearly' one litlit duth'orilies are completing fo'r tbe dlspatehfrig of ihdil C'aflbejo country .by Ihe t'. Gl EiiHI infll- tef pto be cilffietl by far as Soda Creeki thofj coirie'fllibg with ft'river steairief th6 Frasef (19 far as Pririca Qedrle. InanguraUtia Df ililS ger'v- ice.the mall stage ijeUvceh AEhcroft and Dirkcr'HIte'f a distance of ?S5 miies, and Ashtfbfl-a'cd Prlh'eie miles, will be douc) with. For years the drawn by six- stalwart been a very familiar sight to the Cdribdo of rceeHt years this Has teen eiy" ah ailtd tfuiH: fhfi new servicu will into ef- fect on November i: tiseatK Bis 'taXft tifosS-feet In" iJoBfjB' 1W CiiarfW iH'hii lo-Unto-AmH. placff iUIa. ffanoribf roffcra td Ofl liikd they aga'ic cause trouble by Iilaiijly ciit.iKt'o lilejpntn pj hla-jjildiar cobpjinlpifs on either slrle'in the blockDelGS ae-eflsctual as ronks. Later, iu the trendies, thay prove their worth as factors in teae'iljiS Iluni thi ia'le'st Aissrlcah1 war ,ttlnd Elejs. Korma; TaimHage will appear 'in CLIMBING THE CSNSDIAN 1LPS pass 0yef the wan foattireS bf'ttig site has .been he ac was lhat'the yon'n s given arjpb the stuuiu the next day, ArTacTSr -played Bick Shtoh Oilof !fi the rffinia irniiBItUe haiidS photo feraphed in taeMclbsaupsrehowiiis th M6fttt5n Woman R'ltlvss Ojrti- "p.llirierits dfi 'WondjHiJl ImpFoto ment Sines TaMflg tanlac. "I'am a .regular .walking'SdvertlseV mont; for neighbors afp'cim'Sti'ntlyJhntlcing mnchlbst- ter-I look-arid are Satiihg What Uh'afoi' bash Gal-5 larji, otilt Dotoinion ilrWtf -'i I ''For three years 1 hod awful limejj with indigestion. .hsfdjy any? apjiEtita Snel :ineiil gas toiiucd on my stoiuath sfiil mdac me? miserable. 1 had sharp" pains and a; fgeling like lead in the pit of my stotnach; aff color; and wis Ibsltig; weight 'tfij weaker, whs la I' JoSi'-lntereBt everj-thinK. wasi in yery low epirits' and irly life wtii i BliVdeVtoi'ihie. "A number of advised, ine-tp, in sHane'-lei wfiere-T-havfi'.I sWndld' appellle find i Srant arid anv neViif f have, ftained' lireigbi'." Itloat nnj ji'bj'fcelltig better'tnat life Is My friends who used- witllvhte arc me still Ihfiln'g rilifays to keep a boltle on hand, for I prize if above every meillcina." Tanlac !s sold -in Lethbrldge by John p. lllginbntham' ft hurst by Djamnnd Drag .Stationery Store, iihd Hi Dor-- .IN" M 'AV. .from the celebraled1 6tage7play: L, .-i flliina that made." 'a" who was also a heart- breaker, biie of the most fa'sci- natlnff characters in literature. ALSO WAITERS A. two-reel cyclifna of fanghs, and U AT EST SC R E EN M AG AZI N E COLONIAL ;..c6NqtRT.' CHESTRA featurina ths "CHU-CHIN-CHOWV. '-Overture feature show. "THE MUSICAL ECKHARDTS' ottkoiioci a. in. He received a generous wage fof he day's worX. The .next niprulug Finis Fox, whu "Tile stuff looka great on Ih'e he said, "fi? worked Ilka a replied fort; gloomily, efore he .left the studjd hs used the hSlfpiivto Jiniiai' his vray Into iy Leslie, Deiisou, Jainet Orsham. Otinoud Perley, Arthur' Soreusou Hughte WJiUamsott. PHOENIX Tomorrow The Comedy King SMOLDILOYD i.The p.rpejoeli'qn ,'Ubrter-the obal direptlbn M.- W, Eucpurasld by; Hie .wonderful Ipn the and IH tho tlipusandi pf ren.uesfs ieiprfeiiiize ijeats.j most of and where. .the tousfcar f-apiain Iheih- together again honie-coming Tl'idlr vfelcbm'e "Has" been-'in'olt .every cily where Ihey have the tour promises to set a P. Hew---record for Canadian i includes: Ben Allen, liob'AndefSgu.'Sam Bifcti, Jack Keller-, Bert Yyiyansjjn, MoHoy Plunkett, Syd. IN- "Get Out And Gel Ufliler'' J And the latest Photoplay in which William Fox THE: llE CHILDREN ilf you need .a few hoiirs of cheer, come and smile with us at "Smiles'' yaH'tl head nearly off at; Hahjid: Lloyd. LAST. flfAfe V0N1GHT "DANGEROUS DAYS" DAYS, STARTING TOMORROW, '.THE ONE AND ONLY. t- The Yoho Glacier near Field, B.C., is a Beautiful Sight for the Climber. Sections of the Alpine Club of Canada Ih all parts of the Domin- ion have received the anniversary nicssage of the director, Arthur b, .Wheaier, InterproTinclal 'boundary survey commissloder for B.C. Thert Is much in this dPcumenl of Spdiia'J Interest to members of-lho there is also a great deal which af- fecte tbo Blnde It looks lorwird to a greatly Increased tide of (five! IhtP tie fest' nesses ol the great hills. The director's message opens with comments on the prosperous etahd- Ing of Una dub ud the success of Uia at Yoho lake last summer, rhanka are aiao tendered, to many helped tb make the eahip1 s'uc- iessfnl. Uentlofi is mailo oi tcfievctd photographic activllics in lie moun- tains and of the fact that tho chal- lenge cup for competition by arcaleur mountain photographers wia vfbl) last summer by Dr. JI. K. Uuiyea of Bdmonton.? With reference to the erection of a cnitable memorial lo tho soldier mambera of tho Alpine.dub, t'.ic di- rector says: "His dtel.dcd. to do this on two separate lines, fifat, to pl.-vce a reiiord of all dflr-niEmbells 6n mili- ssted in makiaj mountain climbs.' With reference to Independent mountaineering during the past year mention Is Wade of the firtt' ancc-nts of MLKIng George, and sbVofal other peaks of ILe Koyal Group, lying in ft hitherto uheiplorcd dbttrict fifty miles- sonlhwcBt of Haaff. Ml. Sir Douglas ud Mt Jotfro were also climbed fit tho firtrt Ume laat siim- er. After some cPmtncnt on the IJanff Winlcr carnival, In which the Alpine club takes an active Intercut, hiving been donors of a challenge cup for hockey, Iho dlrc-clor takes lit) Hie matter of IhC forlhcimilng "Welcome Home" camp to be held at A-sslul- bftlnc from July 50th to 31sL Iti20. At this camp more than 306 people will be placed Mder canvas and tho spe- cial -feature will be the fact that all returned members will attend ia gliesfs'of Hie club. The camp will be situated three days' journey from the talltoad. and transportation of bag- gage be by a specially organized pick train known as the "Alpine club pack tfaim" OJ special Interest 16 lua general public ia the fast that pick Iraln will bo in operation throughout iht summer a.nd anyone Ury serrlcs, otid 'flartlcUIAflr tiose wishing to make a. really who hafe'joined the supreme honor roll, on the.; club house grounds at Banff, and sescoid, the erection of a but hboTo (iwbef llbe at some ser- viceable plate Ih the Canadian Rock- ies for tic use of oar members and tufailfl wtb arii Inter; trip tbc heart of tho .mountains can do so at a minimum expeiine. The cainn at Mt. and the "OveraiEht Camps" on the way thither from lianfl will be open d> the KrgL of until the end ot September, ejrwpl rliirlnj the two weelis when I hoy wilt iic of copied by inombm of the Alpllte club. At any time during the summer walking toura may be thteh to Mubnt Assinibnine and Ilieso cartips Will bu V open to furniaii good Ideals and a bed (o Hie irampcr al the cad o[ hla day's Journey. There Is nniy pnft to really see lie mountain 'arid Unit Is on fool, but KO far thin nleasiir'o lias been condnrd Ilic icry tew, oti ac- eount ot Ibc rlirnoully of earryiiig food anil heeiding These dUfltMiltits arc now to be fcinoveci nftd it Is planned in coniiu ug years lei nntnga many such walking and riding WUfs for the benefit of the public in conclusion the! diretUjf quotes e verses of a giflcd Calgary yoel- fl, Miss M.nri.Mi Mtibdte! Oh wliid that cclncs mil ot Ih8 llic ot Hie sunset skies, Vherc far o'of jon (noilnUiu'S jon (noilnUu'S erefit those glorious colors riso, You bring me the- fragrance of pine, the coolnrM of mrmnlaM 'dhow, The music of falling Htrcams by hills where the lille.i grow, Oh wind that comosi out of the to The mountain land U the best. Will you not come back ajjaln? flkjcs with your golden light, lllow EOflly wiml from tli? hill you Dish 6n ybur plain. For my heart, has a longing lotil that only Cafi till, TODAt FOR THE LAST TIME TALMADGE WHpj Under of Sir. David Watson, K.C.M.Q., C.B., D.9.O., Officer Commanding 4th .Canadian revision In the field. Captivating the flnett of lemKf tour. -f --1 i: A ftlOT'OF AND MELODY SEAT SALE JA6RH1KIO -e P.M. DOMINION M THE OCTOBER 7, 8 AND !9V ELOCUTION DAILY at- 3.30; Attcriiooii t HUR3DAY Kscrclsea and Announcements ConKift-. ,i Newell Concert Company ttg stliiigii i Fay Eppemou Admission 75p Prelude. i'. iNewall Concert Company IXictiiHi "Tallow Sparta" lloborl Vnrker llliea 'Allmisslon ?1.00 Miisigal Concert ScrWan Orchestra ;v Admission 75t Oonficrt Vrclndo Serbian Orchestra 'Lecture Political Problems facing John Hull tintl tlncle Sar.1." Capt, Normftn Imrie SATUHDAY ['feluilfl ....I.. Garner Jubilee Singers HunioroiW Kcarlliigs .Hosclth Knapp Oraiiii Closlnk ..I i.Ontncr Jubilee Singers Adi.iicslctt SEASON TlCKETS-AcSulU CW1- After. iioun of.lhe.. oponiiiK ilny, Kcnton Tliiiicls for jiditits nd- K'iy. your Seanou Ticket now, extra, except In '.SookMcliev.iui. whore LBTH3BICCSE v V M ;