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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 6CTOBER 15, LETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD PAGE British Sdtntist Makes Person. al Experiment With Oxygen Hinder ranging tho iwayVfrora, the size'and shape of the to' the slMj and composition of such things as atoms, stars; 'a.nd whole universes discussed'but not necessarily answered, at "She 8Sth annual meeting of. the British 'Association ot Scien- tists, >hlch .was acid the week of In'Cardiff, Wales. One of tho most Interesting sub- jects.of discussion was the results of oxygen hunger.. Professor. J. Ban- croft, president of the physiological section, in his presidential address, gave the results of spending ,slx days In a jlaw case, from which the oxygen was-gradually removed, In order to prove certain" theories he had In con- nection, .with oxygen hunger and the necessity for introducing oxygen tnto the BJstem in maladies connected with respiration asd heart trqut'les. After the experiment it Is. said that Professor Bancroft looked little the worse tor his experiences, but.oa hts forearm' still remain's H long 'scar 'an artery was tapped by a sur- geon to test the color of his blood, after the oxy sen hunger ex perlni cat. Dots Space End> dealing with the 'infinites, big and little, took a large place on the program. Mysteries of' life and of the universe in general, from the OTTAWA, Oct. In the Judiciary of the province of" Alberta have been gazetted here as follows. His honor E. P. McNelll, judge of the district court of Ihe district ol minutest .organisms .inhabiting thei Macleod to be junior judge of the ocean to tha vast spac'es of the hear- trict court of Calgary to replace Judge ens and the strange Interior of suns Winter, promoted. Mr. Justice Mc- fljul 'ft'ivc ittef-ntcait iR nlfirt HTlnMntflrl 4 illlttra tn and stars, were discussed. These were questions sug- discourse of Professor Eddlngton, one the youngest who s-President of the mathematical and hysical .science section: "Is there an end to space, or does It ontlnuo away and away for ever and ver'and over? "Did time and the nniverse ever be- In, qr was there always some time r other and some .kind of universe? 'Can we'estimate within a few Itill Ion or billion yeara the age of the un and the He 'talked of the Internal constltn- Ion of the stars, of the sources of i which'he 'entitled! "My Duty to My heir light, and he put forward thei wife." It was a hard code.to live up heory that, the; fuel burned In the j to. At the present time Mrs. Towles .....oi IKV i- t ,2 sujug separation in the New real furnaces of the stars Is bro lown atoms. and '''augsested If we York Supreme Court, while Mr. can only learn -how; to handle that Towles is suing bis wife In the New Perma- nentSy Without .Drugs Internal Bathing Relieves the A. N. Steele, Cupar, Bask., writes: "1 had been troubled with my-Stomach, Piles and Constipation for years until'1 had become, very thin and looked 20'years'older. A leading Doctor iu; Hegirm told me that the main cariai .was badly ulcered. "1 grad- ually became worse, until one day, when purchasing a threshing, ouint f 'from Mr. RUBseUot Hegina, Mn Rus- Beir-noticed lisy' condition and said: 'I can cure you; Get a J.B.iVCascade.' and the first night I used It Tslepi ail night for the first time and in a short time felt quite myBBlf again. It also cured my had troubled me for yeara." It; you are': troubled with'constipa- tion! 'don't; drug yourself. Internal bathing with the J.B.L. Cascade Is tha only; permanent .way. TMis wonderful appliance Is the Invention of Dr. Chaa. A. Tyrell, New York. It is pleasant a nil tp use, and will serve the It should he In every home. See :the J.B.L. Cascade at the Red Crossi Brag Book Leth- brldge, where it will be shown and explained to you. Ask for' 32-page booklet alj Internal bathing; It Is free, Tyrrell's Hygienic, In- Toronto, universal fuel successfully, we may cheerfully defy the etrlilug coal miners. r Not So Lttlle v .Also, It appears that the stars, liko many other things; are not what they seem.: .'Twinkle, twinkle little star. wonder, what-you answer now. Twinkle looks little and solid. But that IsiaYdelusjon; Three-qnarters naked Lift Off Cornsf No Pain! X'elll is also appointed a local judge In the supremo court cf Alberta. Luclen'Dubuc, of Edmonton, barris- ter, to be 'district court "Judge of the district of Peace HIver aud a local Judge of the supreme court ot Alberta. WIFE USED HUSBAND'S HOUSEHOLD CODE IN DESERTION CHARGE NEW Canadian Press) the' month of September, 1919, Beverly Towles, illustrator and ad- vertising: man, wrote a household LATEST PHOTO OF ALBERTA'S PAR- IM ixpcrt Co. Garage Had Five Autos Booze Laden NORTH Sask, Oct. urn running across the border re- eived a jolt yesterday when six Jtoa from four states were seized at he garage conducted In connection ith the Kstevan Export Liquor and Vine company, by provincial police nd customs officers. All machines .This Is the most recent photo ot AJuerta's nsw parliament buildings at Edmonton. o. ken I (s Jersey Chancery Court for divorce, alleging desertion. In her siilt Mrs. .Towles produced the now-famous code, to. whtch.; the bar hustsaii did not lire up. It runs like wife comes first before every- shall have my salary every week..! i shall be boss of the house and shall have everything to say about stars are truly and: gaseous 'home life, like pleasures and com- and frightfully, extended nothing jorts; must have attention, such as neat or. tiny about.them.; Beside them outlngs and theatres when we can at a sun like ours Is a hard ana smallish ford them. affair.. "The diffuses gaseous stars are call, ed fiali.Professor..Edulng- :on, "and the, de'nse stafs-'are called dwarfs. A star begins -as; a. giant of comparatively low temperature.' It Is a'red star.' i ages of time, the giant star.contracts Into a dwarf, and as'the diffuse mass of-thls gaseous giant tem- pera.ture rises, and vas Roy SeweFI, who was fined ?150 and cost's Then followed the an unbroken chain, each of PRINCE ALBERT ROAD RACE MONDAY PRINCE ALBERT, Oct. y-three 'competitors representing Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Crystal Springs, Blalno Lake, Big er, have entered for the. annual road race of ths Prince Albert Herald to be run-Tjiankfiglying Day over a six- mile course. It'-l's the largest entry list In the.-hlstory of the race whlch.is renoveO ihls'year for the first lime since 1913. .Medley Dimock of Sas- tha'Mact winner. around with them, but they must bo them .being.fined 5175 with costs, mak- respejUble, and you eanuot go a total in fines of The re- people I object to. This means women only." But the system went something. CANADA'S DISTINCTION Doesn't hurt, a bit! Drop a little on an aching corn, instant- ly thai corn stops hurting, then short- ly you'lift it right off with fingers. Your drnggiit tells tiny bottle of "FYeezoae" for a few cents, sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the cal- luses, without soreness or irritation, "Diamond Canada has the Distinction of hav- ing built the cross tbe Atlantic from this side ot the water. This vcssol; was built at Quebec In 1831 and engined at Montreal. In sailedj. from Pictou, Nova arrived at Cowea, England, vessel to cross tbe.ocean owjp. steam. It was at the launching of this vessel that Samuel Cuhard, he- fongingtol lalif andoubtediy. con- ceive d the Idea of .developing a great Trans-'Atlantlc transpprtitlon service. To this end he soon began negotia- tions which resulted in the launching of an enterprise de- veloped into that great service, the Cunard line, famous the world over.: Canada made great-'strides In the shlpbuUdleg'during the war, according to Lloyd's register she was'.In sixth place, with tonnage Under construc- tion. The building; of wpofleh ships, once a grqat industry'In Canada, was considerably revived, and the building of-steel ships was-also carried out on quite a Since the war, however, a number of the yarda have been 'forced. to close down, for there Was hot enough de- mand for ships to permit.tlie'm.to cyn- Unue In operation. -Under the pro- grant which tho Navy League of Can- ada would like' to see carried out, every shipyard' in the country' would bo producing to capacity, ill order that Canada might regain' her place as one of the three leading maritime'shipping nations of the world. Part of the money-to he raised in the Dominlonwldo campaign, which will be launched frcrri Halifax to Van- couver, during the week of October 18th, will be used in an educational campaign to awake the people of Can- ada to the Importance of developing mercantile' shipping to the utmost. The sum of has beeu eel aside for the purpose of promoting a national sea conscious spirit. Of the that Canadians will-be asked to subscribe during that week, toba, Saskatchewan and'Alberta will be asked to furnlnh each and British Columbia Colors Never Streak, Fade, Run or have that '-'Dyed-Look' Each package of "Diamond Dyes" contains directions so simple that any womaii can diamond-dye worn, shabby skirts, waists, dresses, coats, gloves, stockings, sweaters, draperies, every- thing, whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods, new, rich, fadeless colors. Have druggist show you "Dia- mond Dyes Color Buy "Diamond other kind perfect results are-guaranteed event If you havo never dyed before. Druggist baa color card, showing It rich colon, FARMERS ,ARE WARNED 4> Information has cotne to the U.F.A central office tbat some unauthorized persons are soliciting contributions for tho big membership drive that is being planned, A report came In over the phone from the Sfaycly dlstrlcl that some one was at work fn :.thal district soliciting contributions to tho drive, unknown to thd official workers The U.F.A, central office would like to warn farmers that anybody Is authorized to solicit -'conlrlb'tillopi In' connection with supplied with offlcal- receipt that every canvasser has a written author- ization from the district capfafn, who usually one of the host known men In the district, BO that there should be no difficulty in promptly ascertaining whether a canvasser is bbna fido, If there la any doubt In the matter. offenders' were Marie rfe, Mike Black, Georgo Tiler, Frank Francis Ohert, Helen HuBert, Minnie1. Baker, Florence Stevenson aiid Blanche Morand. WAR STILL CAUSING CASUALTIES STOCKHOLM, Ocl. mem- jers of the crew of the Greek steam- er Nikos were killed yesterday when :he vessel struck a mine off Vester- ylb, 7B mires northeast of Kalmnr. Fourteen other sailors on board were saved. Lais Be Row many women go through life caring little or nothing about their hair; beautiful hair makes beautiful women. 'It you will use Delmays "VI talene" French Hair Tonic, your hair will become attractive, full of life, you scriptlon" USE BOMBS IN TRIESTE TRIESTE, Oct a truck load of guards was hurrying .dowu the street late the auto was; struck by a homo. Two of the guards were wounded. The street car men who were on strike have ask-! he permitted to-carry" arms so as to he abfe to of per- sona .who are said to have assaulted several 'of their irembers. Keep Sloan's Liniment Handy To Pu Back Into needB Is just bno 'little applied without .rubhlng for .it. convince you-of; its merit in relieving sciatica lumbago, neurMgla, lame pains, backaches strains, and-Ih'd. after-effects of ex posure. The congestion Is acatlered, prompt ly, clcanly.v.wlthout effort, ..economi cally. You become a regular user o Sloan's 'Ijinimeut, adding your ehthu siasm lo that of its many thousand! of other friends the world keop it handy, in case of need. Threi sizes, at all 70c, Made in Canada. linimehira 30 YEARS FOR PENSION Y, Out., Oct. Al a joint meeting of tlio South Temlska- ming and South Niplslng tec-Aers' in- slllutes here, yesterday a resolution was passed asking that the term of service before n teacher can qualify for a pension under. the Superannua- tion Act be reduced 'from forty to thirty try it. Sold in Canada, at per bottle. One agent in every town. Sold in Loihbridge by Sydney Jackson, Pro Across from Alexandra hotel. Advc for 70 Year. Thru its UK Grandmother's youthful appearance has remained until youth has become hut a memory The soft, refined, pearly white cppearance it renders leaves the joy of Beauty for years After offering nenrty all ify 1 j remembered how ane had. once stopped o nervous headachy with emholamm SIio rubbeiJ some on her throb. umz templet and ific coolinr eoothlng aclion of McntKolasura toon Icistncd tlio pain. Sha-Ka> never lei a headache Uil 4ll Shall the importation and the bringing of intoxicating fPC V Ska ttcpt It of MtnilioUhim curt, gently UK) p liquors into the Province be forbidden? Shall the importation and the bringing of intoxicating -r: Un liquors into the Province be forbidden? ''TlitLmtt Kane Ldllt llti Summer Skin Troubles were being loaded with whiskey wheq selied. Two of the were from Iowa, two from Dakota, ona from Illinois and one frOJi Nebraska. TWELVE OF CREW.LOST HAVANA, Oct. mem- bers of the crew of the schooner Wi-P.- Heath were lost two'miles off. San- tiago Da Cuba when the vessel col- lided Thursday with the United steamer Mayo Mambe. Aiue -ABSORBTNE JR." fa_____. beecalh the kbtcctiei. bottl, Jt "It COB ai clcen, spriJtu, tmiim kkil rliieunutic, YOUNG, Ment SANITARY TINS The natural fresh cream flavor of Pacific Milk is never tainted by.thfe; tin. Special sanitary without _the as fresh as the morning it came from the farm.. Pacific Miik Co. Ltd. Factories at Abbotaford and Ladner, B.C. P. Burn Co., Ltd., Distributor! for Sask. and Alta. .UNDER AU3PICES OF THE Li A. A. A. EXHIBITION BUILDING MONDAY EVE. NEXT, Dancing From 9 Till 1 Double Tickets .....'_..___........... Extra Lidy .RELISHES Sliced Tomato, 30c; Cucumber, 30ej Hot House Lettuce, 20o; Green Onloni, 15c; Celery In Bunchti, 30c; Chow Chaw, 25c; Spanish Olives, 25c; Dyson SWeet Pickles, Llbby't Dill Pickles, 15e, SOUP .Turkey Olblet a la Franchise .with dinner; Cream of Tomato, 30c; Chicken, 30c; Vegetable, 30c; Mulligatawny, poc. FISH Steamed Ffnnan Haddlet, Drawn Butter, Boiled Halibut, Shallet Sauce, 45c; Grilled Fillet of Lake Trout, Maltre D'Hoto.l, 55c; Breaded Whltefish, Tomato 45c; Broiled Frasor River Steak, Sliced Lemon, 45c, i "SALAD Chicken Mayonnaise, 60o! Combination, 60c! Fruit and Whipped' Cream, 70c; Lobster, 70c; Vegetable and French Dressing, 35c; BOILED i 1" j Leg of Supreme, 80e, 'I ENTREES Spring Chicken Cutlet, Breaded a la Xavler, 85c; Grilled park Tenderloin, with Minced Lyon- nalse Potatn, 70o; Fried Veal Chops, with Stuffed Tomato; 70c; Broiled Sweet Clover Hum anil Yallow Baked Apple Dumpling, with Maple Syrup, ROAST Stuffed'Younj Turkey, Crabapple Jelly, 95c; Prime Rib of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding, 65e; Leg of Puree Apple Sauce, 55cj Leg of Veat, dressing, 50c! Leg of Mutton, I Brown BOt; Cold Meat Potato Satad, B0o[ Mutlon, Pork, Ham, Ox Toriaue, Com- bination Cut, 60c; Roast Spring Chicken, SOc. VEGETABLE Steamed and Mashed Potatoes with 'Dinner! Cauliflower, 85c) Creamed 10c; Cabbage, lOel Spinach with Ego, 25cf Asparagus Tlpj on Toasi, Cream Sauce, 45e; Green Peat, 25e; Wax Beans, 25o. 'DESSERT I Steamed English Plum Sauce, with .Dinner; Baked Apple and Cream, 25e; Pine- apple and Whipped Cream, 35e; stewed Peaches, 10o; Pruriei, 10e; Apple Sauce, 15c. -PIE V'vC I ;