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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta burca'j, aud K. H. Moore, the gover- THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD SELEC1 FOR BMETIEU) Democrats to Center Final Ef- forts in Doubtful Sections DAYTONY for com, ol Democratic national 'campaign now declared iby leaders to'bb entering its. last stages, were beinE formulated here Tuesday by Govern or James M. Cox, the presiden- tial candidate. National Chairman ..George While, Senator Fat Harrison, of the National Speakers' nor's pro-convention manager. Tha confcrcucd was held at Trailsenii, the governor's couiitry home. As a result of ihe conicrence Ohio Indiana, Illinois. West Virginia, New York, New Jersey apd Maryland prblK ably will be the chief battleground until election, according to Senator Harrison; though all details have not yet been worked out. Governor Cos will spend four days campaigning in Uis home stale, three days in Indiana, one In West Virginia, one in Now Jersey and two days In Illinois.- NIgut fceetings have been arranged for In- dianapolis for the 2Sth and Chicago the 80th. It: also was announced that the governor iyill speak In Baltimore, the date for. tlie meeting not having been decided. .The, Democratic candidate spent most it the day resting at his home, TraUsend. .During Iho day he, ei a delegation of women headed Mrs.. Maude Wood Fart, cjalrinan'of tho National League Wonicn Voters, who discussed witfi iilm ques- tions pertaining "to children's welfare and other -subjects In which the two organizations' are interested.' Tho, governor .also talked to them on phases cf 'the. league of Nation's, particularly why 'women should be in- terested; iu its, adoption. On. most flt the questions presented by the women especially children welfare and tho Kenyon cold-storage bill, Governor) Cmt told them he had stood for' sliob reforms for 12 -years and that'Chic had laws similar to those they sought natlonallly. In connection -with assertions by tho Democratic campaign Hjrectors that' a re-actlon toward the Democratic- ticket I has set in and that the Irish 'people i who have been either, opposed to or1 onlylukewarni for the League' ot Na-1 tlons, now are lining up 'lor Goi and I lioosevell, Governor Cox said no bid I received a telegram from.'Edward-'A I Hyan, who was arreste'd at Baltimore wh en hey sought to, ask Sen atqr Hard- Ing a question, saying he was for tha Democratic candidate. When a Feller Needs a Friend By BRIGGS MAYORALTY CONTENT' IN WINNIPEG WILL BE A KEEN AFFAIR WINNIPEG, October con- test for tlie mayoralty of Winnipeg seems likely to be between Alderman George Fisher and S J. Farmer. Th9 nomination of the Utter again as Labor candidate was understood' when he withdrew from the Labor slate at the provincial elections in June last. ,He will have the support or the Dominion Labor party': Alder- man Fisher will resign from' the council to contest the Highest chair in civic life {Copyright, 1S19, New York Tribune, One.) Ice cream men in convention at At- lantic City... hope-to make the per capita consumption of ice cream fiTe gallons a year. make a man of him 11OVRIL h concentrated nourishment, It gives strength of body, strength of mind, and strength of character, Its body-building power has been independently proved to be ten to twenty times the amount taken, is why Bovril is so valuable for invalids and during convalescence. It nourishes, and makes other foods nourish they should, A Mich., woman sus- pected her husband had liquor secreted in the cellar. She went looking for it with a match and set the house on fire. It was burned down. Heavy Provided When False Declarations (Edmonton Journal.) Some 5900 persons in.Alberta who have the right to administer oaths and .to take any rcur- pose as hy law having their, attention callei to the fart that the, procedure underr .criminal .code is now to be stiffened up. Among the amendments to. the of wulch notice has already'been given, Is one that provides.for fines of J500 or six months' imprteomnent'for any 'person signs a document pur- porting to be an affidavit or statutory .declaration as having been'sworn or declared before him when such doc- 'ument was not so.twora or declared, or when he knows he had no author- ity to administer such Oath or declar- ation." There has been considerable laxity it seems, In tho taking of in several cases it has been found that Issuers of marriage licenses, a- mong others, have neglected to swear applicants in the 'proper-way.'.', Care- leasneaa has also been'shown in some Quarters by notaries ant] justices of and the. purpose of the amendments lo the criminal code Is to remedy this impropriety In the taking of all oaths'.and'declarations. i In Alberta there are commis- sioners fop the .taking of oaths, notaries and 000 justices of the peace to all of applies. ORGANIZING ALBERTA FOR THE NAVY LEAGUE ,W. R. Allan, president of Allan, Kill- am and McKay is the honorary presi- dent, with Mayor Chas.'F. Gray as president. Each of the prairie provinces Is ask- ed to raise each for the cam- paign, which lasts one week. Packet of WILSON'S VWILL Kill MORE FLIES THAN WORTH OF FLY Clean to handle. Sold by al] Druggists, Grocers and General Stores Provincial organizations- for tho Navy Leaguo campaign'., which will open, on Oct. IS across the Dominion, have been completed InUhe west, ac- B. P. Wilson, Alberla and! British Columbia organizer, who pass-1 eo" through Winnipeg last week on bis way to tho Marillme provinces, where ho will assist in the final 'campaign work thore. with'605 local committees, Is-the best organized.of any province in Canada. Tho organization in this, province has been kept practically In- iact since the end of the war, and Iho Interest hag been kept up there, due principally to the Indefatigable work )f Jennings, of Edmonton, pres- ident of the Alberta division and J. A. Irvine, of secretary, fcvery paint in Alberta where the slightest semblance of Interest In Navy League work has been manifested, has been lined up for the campaign. lirllish Interest In f.avy League work haa been always evident owing to ils proilmlty to the sea and Victoria and Vancouver say that they will be heard from when the final .results come In. :H. .J, Davis Is the. provincial president: The campaign organization In Sas- katchewan and Manitoba are undor the Jurisdiction of William ffelll, gen- eral organizer. Every centre of these two provinces numbering 760 'or more thoroughly Organized and no difficulty Is anticipated In raising the qtiota of J30.000 each, deo." E, Me- Craney, of Saskatoon, Is president of the Saskatchewan division and Allan Sprdat; collector of-cnstoms at kftfoon the secretary. In Manitoba, Let Cnticnra Be Your Beauty Doctor The Soap to Purify Ointment foSofltie UtCuticuiabe your beauty really does purify and Ixjulily -four hiir.and skin. Bathe will] Cuticura Soap iod hot waUr to cleanse the tora. If signs of rednea, rotJEhnesa or cnjplions arc oresent, or din- draff on tcalp, touch gmlly with Cullcura Ointment before bathing or ihampooinfc For every purpose of the toilet, bath and Cutimra Soap snd Ointmen! aro ideal. Absolutely nothing better. 25c. Ointatnl 25 .nj SOe. Sold throushoutthtDpnunlon.CanadlanDepot; LimH-.d. SL Peel St., MootreVl. CotfCIUA Scxzp lhavej But ntu v I mm Tha Beauty of The can be youn, Itf wonderfully pure, soft, pcajly nhile pcirince, lite from all' blemishes, will b Competition will be con- fineil to bonaftde residents in Southern Alberta. (2) Stork's uiuat not exceed words. (3) All stories must bo legib- ly written and on one side of paper. (4) In awarding marks for merit stress will be placed the particular Interest of 'the contribution and tho particular narrative form In which it i'g written. Regard will also he given lo literary and grammati- cal construction. (5) Competitors must not at- tach name to the paper upon which story Is written. The name ond address are to be written. on a separate slip of paper. The Herald reserves the right of using any of1 tho stories whether In the prize list or not. All contribution, will remain the property of the Herald, There will be three Cudgel ap- pointed Xo examine and decide on the merits of the contribu- tions. Of these, two .will b4 from the outside, and one a member of the Herald editorial staff. The decision of the judges will in all cases bo final. Tho competition is open, with- out entry fee. If you intend to compete, "The Herald Story Competition The Herald, (Lett i bridge, at once. _vv ;