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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT IRK Lib. Leader Congratulates! Women of Leth. on Their Desire to Understand Issues _ _ w qOJOlMV 20, 1920 BETTER BE LOOKING Splendid deception Under Aus- pices of Local Council of -MV. King. Addressed by lion. "The fundamental duty 'ot Canadians today Is to supplant ill-witl with (rtcdwill, to bury our hates and prejudices, whether they be racial or religious, for we cannot have z great nation with- out The. wounds inflicted by the >var heated, and In this-proctss of. healing .these na- tional founds the women can. play an Important part haying natural capacities for mtnistra- '-t'on In these imperative p'rob- iems." Hon. Mac- kenzie iKIng summed up i the; para- mount responsibility of .the citizen- ship of the Dominion.more especial- ly of the address' before a large audience of women in the Y. 51. C. A. auditorium Tuesday, afternoon. The Liberal leader was closely followed by the laities present aiid as he touched briefly the vital issues the people outlining tke policy of the Liberal parly with resect lo tho same, ho was often greeted with warn applause. Tho meeting was held Milder the auspices of' the Local Couucil of Wo- Miss Susan Bawden, president of the occupying the chair. In a.''pleasant mood Xliss liawden re- ferred to the honor which tho women of Lctbbrldge had in meeting the leader of Ihb Liberal party and the privilege of hearing his views ou the [questions of the day as they affect women. Womeji Eager To Be Good Citizens Miss liawden, ill a clear, thoughtful way told Mr. Kiug that the women ilizatien and we are bulidiug a I new one. f Hpw To Beat the H. C. L. i iUferrinj to the high of lir-i lag Ihe speaker staled that the moval of the duiy oa many .of the important articles of food woulb help Luaterislly to reduce prices. The tar- various i ISTlsi it increases tho parties. She said that lu Ihis new Production, however. era Snn-Mch (be wLenwouM a W'- Mr. King. Play a probjnent part, there must bo lhe of supr prli- no'east and-uo west but rather a was unjlult aad united Canada. The day ot the prir- great ;6ugir refiners. persons! canvass ot the politic-L.Mr- by appealing with..lho platforms of tho On, in Chicago Tribune. bad pasi, and the women would only ba influenced by honest men whose policies could best serve hu- manity. "We want men and women elected lo parliament (for woruea will doubtless be.elected sometime) who put first the well-being of so- said Miss Dawden. "Men aud women who force such issues as public health, child .welfare aud hotrsing. .The. lilgh.tjost of living Miss Haw- rieifsaid was the uppermost problem confronting the women. She law against the profiteers also an embargo on the exportation of commodities such as eggs and pota- eggs million dozens of were exported from Canada last year j and dozens imported due to a manipulated market." she said. Miss, Bawden Ihen introduced Sir. was greeted with applause as he, topkilhe platform Ends Stubborn inaHttriy.. "i oil fi never know Iioiv couch can be cotiquc'red, until you this famous old home-made' remedv. Anyone who lias couched .all day aiid a! nielli v-ill saj ILat tho immediate rel encn u almost like magic. It iikea but a moment lo prepare and really there 13 nothing better for coughs, Into a 1C 01 botlle. put 2V, ounces of J'ine.v, tlien add plain granulated Eupnr tyrup to 10 ounces. Or you can nee clarified molasses, honey, or corn syrup inEtead or euear sjnip. 'Either mature saves about1 two- or toe money usually spent for toujrli preparations, you a more poailire, effective' remedy. It 1 ecp perfectly, and tastes I cliildten like it _ i Ion fan fed this take hold instantly, 1 calms: tfae iuembran'ea in all Hie tir It promptly loosena and soon you.Trill'' notice tfic iilile.'m tlun out ami Ihc-n djfappear, altoccihcr. A day's uso will 1 iinully break up an ordinary throat or i jhcst cold nnd it is also splendid'for bronchilie croup, hoarseness and bron- I chial asthmi The Leader Speaks The Liberal 'chieftain said they had two.'objects in making the .western tour, first, to get acquainted with the. needs of the west; and second; to place before tha people ''Jr.. King-said he was pleased to i hear tho' tvqriieii's viewpoint so .auly arid'carefiUly'ldefined. He entirely agreed 'with 'what bad been said by Miss Bawdea 'that the human side must lie thoib'ig cousideration in tie hew vision tariffs, tax- es, railway policies, etc., must .give way for "this human element. Tho Liberal plalforni :haiT been reran- structed to apply lo the new era which, followed tho Sar.' war had; destroyed an. old good wui and. "Unity among minion. The great elements need to be bound together, be said. and', a new and finer kinship .fostered.' Little feel-. Ings must he forgotten in tbo. bigger i outlook. I "We welcome Ihe hew political and j social movements.'-. .To me it'is.a new! Liberalism bred out of the suffering! of ihe war. The only'danger'I see is that these groups, may begin fight-; ing each other, whereas a consolida-j tionugalnst the reactloniry forces Is' "We-must" be tolerant also in mat- ters of rellgion.ycantinued Mr. King. "Greatness does not.cpm.e. uni- formity but oul of "Differ- ent human temperaments for Rubens Painting Found in Humble Vancouver Home B. C., Oct. A nqlsseurs ,to be a perfect and-uninls- lakeable iezample of the great mas' ter's been discovered In Van- couver m a' humble residence on the W. T. DIzley, a Delrolt magazine agent, was fatally hurt'-by falling In the Imperial Hotel, Windsor. DIVES DEMONSTRATION OF CANCER SERUM TORONTO, Oct. J. T.'Glor. or of this city, a discoverer of a serum for treatment of Iciiacer. a clin- ical demonstration of his serum ves- tsrday betoro -Dr. J. H, McPhedrnn; Prof. J. J. MacKenzle. Dr. H. ;B. Ai derson and Dr.-W, H. Harris.; Non of them would statement to publication at present. _; strawberries are growing i the Hudson Bay.mine at Cobalt: If You Enjoy Good Coffee wine "SBAt BRAND ctofeest upland bcrno, grown u lururiaui tropk rull of spicy oouuHment uui stimulating frigranet bkndcd ud yith ure liull SEAL BRAND in mating, allow auhlcspocafulof coffee to each cup dttirtd, pour bofling vater on K, n minutes, ckttr with a duh of ooU 'inter. Your dealer BRANCA1, whole, _' Canada as King, touching-, on Canada's, position as a nation, characterized her as the Jink that would :bind to- gether the two great divisions of the eluding a supposed a sup- nOKCd Calnsbnrpugb. keep it company. v York, lo bring the existence of the painting to the attention of the Ottawa, governm'ent.and of art lovers e Following Mr. King's address a little humor was injected >iulo tha The painting Is a work of exquisite beauty, depicting a bacchanalian fes- when Mi fiss Sawdoii, deploring liyal the; best style of the Flemish r'emier Meighen ..would Fainter.. -There are over twenty fig- the fact that not speak in that Jlr: King use bis 'inflUe'nca with the premier to ttie eud'lhat'lTe- inig'ht yet spezk herc.: feaK that I can glve-you little assistance said Jlr.' King, smiling broadly; hiitcu influ'encs with the', premier; myself." -Before the meeting Horn -Mr. King and parly were refresh- ments by the execiiUve of the'-local Council of Women. The. ladles com- prising the recoptibU'Committee.were, Sliss; Bawneur ,'A'.' Mrs. Hplman. llrs. Sena tor, DelVe bee Mrs. 'TV. A. j. S.; Stewart and Mrs. Sehl.' '-j- urea in "the scene. ofjthe owners and the whereabout' of the pictures are with- held by request of the owners for ob- vious reasons. They have been injtbe family'of the.young wife who owns them for over.a hundred years. 'The pictures came os heirlooms They have always been regarded as paintings ot great value but the know- ledge that one of them was a Hubens only they were inspected some liltle time ago by an art con- noisseur. A. branch of th'e Independent tiabor party has been formed at Owen Sound. More Tobacco fir the Money fh: ____......_....... avoid disappointment ask rour, drunnst for 'ly. ounces of Pinsx1' with d-rectioni and don't accept auythiii" else Guaranteed to cive absolute lacilon or money refunded. The I'inex Co., Toronto, .Ont. "Diamond Dyes" Take No Other Don't Spoil or Skeak in a Poor Dye Bach package of "Dtaowad Drea contains directions so tlmplo taat any r .Troman can diamoDd-djro ricn 1 fadeless color into worn, shabby gar- l( raentg, draperies, coreriAgm, whether silk, linen, cotton or mixed fj Buj 'Diamond no nthcr perfect rc.ralts ire guar- eves if >ou hare nerer djed ajbjiforc ba.i color sird. "MontariS' 36" Originated At Boziman, Threshes 127 Bushels Nine- i Acre Test Plot j. (Great Falla Tribune) j First results of the "Montana 3S" a ncxy winter, wheat put out -by the Montana farm bureau last year, have i ueen rcceived'hy K. B. McSpadden county agent. This wheat was planted i i by George Stockett on -his. ranch! j southeast of gtocketl, October 21 i 3919, and.the after it was planted snow fell which remained oil the i ground all winter. This seed was planted as .an eiperimeut and TO' alfalfa land which hid Juat been! plowed. The wheat did not come through the ground until June 1, 1920, and at that time there was about one-third of .alfalfa on the plot. moisture was sapped from the ground by but PEAST, WEST, HOME'S BEST R- It has been said that The Youth's has had" more reactors per >py tian any other publfcation In mcrica There I (good reason .to be- .leva this to be tnio., But the import- jkut thing that the Inflnence, of the oper upon its millions of readers has been directed lo bnllrling enar- icier "East, west, honiov8 has ils tniuttered slojan. In Its' ar- ticles, edttorial otnerwiae, It has upon the Importance of good In all Its contenlvit his Irred to glre not oalr Iful stepping slraien. to hrsher Ihfngj." A jear of Youth's Companloii rings a tremendous tide of delightful ii'l reading that cannot be iund elfiowliere. Tho of will be crowd- f '1 nitli serial stories; short stories, rlitorlalt, poetry, facts and fun. Sub- i'ribe now and receive; Tho issues In ]921 All IU6 issues nf 1S20. The Companion Homo Calendar for 1S21 All lhf> above for 52.50. JlcCnll'i Jlagazlno for 1S21. The montMy authority on faslilons, 50 A jear BoJh'publications, only. 83.50. v. tin YOUTH'S COMf'ANIOX Avo. St. Paul St., Boslon, Mdss. itspiU this "Montana 38" i had'Btraw. four inches lumtr than I Turkey Hed wheat whioo waj put in as check plot aiid was up before the other was planted. I -'Developed'By College After both fields had been threshed tbo "Montana 35" wan found to aver-1 a yield of three busnels lo the acre more than the Turkey red wheat, of "Montana 36" is being threshed from 9 acres. Tne SG" wheat In a wheat developed'by the MoBtans experi- ment, station at' Dozcman, President Alfred AUInson "of the stale college was directly responsible for its dis- covery, by Mr. MacSpadden prora Ha milling qualities superior to those of other Tarletlea and he staled Saturday that a number ot test plots will be pnt out this fall under tho aiinpices of the Cascade county farm biiread. Several tiare al- ready received enough wheat for five Strenuous Too need Is given to the members with tho provision that next year after harrest Ihey -will return two IrusheJo for every bushel received this fall. All plotB will he lestcd by Mr. and Die seed will be certified 53 absolulcly pure before It Is distributed by the Montana Seed Urowefs' associaltoii. Other farm, bureau test plots Hint were planted In Cascade cotmtv last year wcro Haunchen barley, new mar- ket oats, corn, Blender- grass, ar-d bcaoa. rolurns not been received .from these. i A parly of Scotlkh sutlers arrive for liinhon r'allon's furm nt Raleigh, near Clialham. Ont. Occasionally n un a cliurch wedding because nho realizes it may be her last to show off in good clolhcs, TTHE underwear you have. been looking will permit muscular activity without binding, chafing or STILL fits you after each trip to the --that protects the coldest winter still gives service long after you have received full value tor your Made tn Comllnalhra and Tin-piece mils, In full length, face and cllxny length, and Send for fret famplt look showing weights and (txturet, Stanfield's Limited, ;