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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23j.l920 THE LETHBRTDflE DATT.Y PAGE THIRTEEN Promisnur Dty Clows Witt Outlook for SettltUMt 'of v.. .strike IXJNDOM, Tho tadmtibl crtata wu tomponrOj bridged late "tbta cml miners accented u to rawt the corefnment far mewed diftcvff- of the alaen1 and Che the of tie toder wkkh the would not confirm this, al- though 'he did not conceal his dleap- froral of the proposed' strike. The confidant assertion Is" made iii tome labor circlea thst the hulk; of. the rallwarmon oppose a strike r.nd thit if A' ballot were taken' It would shew strong against the pro- poul. IfalAO Is asserted in those quarters that most ot the miners' leaders. are in notice gratctut to the raUwirmen'for'their unsolicited offer ot aid, vhlch was to hare lessen- ed the hope' of faTorable'negotiatloas. The" tpr'eateneil- itrlke of conuher- '.trsnaportraen, nnmoerine; wh kh had been eip ected, tod ay has fteeii postponed 'eicept In -York- shire where se feral J thousand cjujt Th8_ pobllc everywhere ReBenJ (U re- sulting In official, consideration by th'i foreign office of. 'the: general 'question of emigration to" South America. The officials admit frankly 'that Ibey look with disfa-vor upon Britash emigra tloir. to South and Central America. Previous as in Argen- No Not at Fort Norman or Daw- con CHy But in Dear OW England (From Our Own Correspondent! KEIWK, MC-N'ich- olas, JPernle's Fire Chief, has returned from a .visit-to Yorkshire, England and U igaln at his post in the fire ball. was called away by the serious liJnes8 of his mother which 111- ness culblnalJed In her death on 6th of, Se.ptember. NSr. reports things ._ old. England as being in a very unset to tho eitreme ly high, llYicg and the con Eequent. unrest amongst the wage earners.- He says that fresh eggs cos 11 cent'si.each'and'butter sells at per Sugar, for which, we Can adians are'rslslng a row as to Its cos Is selling at 30 cents per pound ove and...'meats' are proportlonalel) high. On an average he thinks livln is least 25 per cent, mor in Canada U tboset the miners 01 strike shillings a daj hlghe .iwoiild, If they succeed, ge raise enough to buy nearly a hal pound ot butler with the increase. "Jimmle'Vas we all know the Ore that with all our dlfflcB tleV.and high prices, we b over, here.iwhere the hills are not qull butter not qjUte-s prices respiriidlngly.lower-and wages som what hishef..v We should hdt tu green with, envy of our 'old .friend across the porid He could advance n Jnformation to what the result o tha'pres'ent strike will be, and In tha respect our'fire chief is in a very jarj: class which seemingly Includes Lloy George ,himseif Ives In Mansion But Wields Scrub- bing Brush BOSTON. Mrs. Charles Ponzt, relty young wile of the ei-wlzard ho a few short weeks ago was mis- eas of a fine Lexington manilon, rove about in her lln'ousiue and had lllions, at her disposal, ia today leldlng the scrubbing as one icaus of making both ends meet. tie still lives in tho Leiington man- on, for which she Is paying no ren- al, aud does not know what day eh lay be ordered out. Whenever she as occasion to she travels ._ 16 street car, as the limousine and veiled chauffeurs are, things ot the ast. She' also does her own pooling and sweeping. She declares she likes o do it, never having cared for the aud Is' looking eagerly (or- vard to the day when her husband, of 'hose innocence she professes no oubt, will again be with her. "A 'man needs just to lose -hia says Mrs. Ponzl, "to have Is wife find the friends from he false. "Last July, when the world was ookiug on at my husband, who hat made millions In months, everybody was my friend, and everybody .was nvilinj, xia. tOi'Join clubs and-, lend tina, before cessful proved nnsucr A NEW TYPE OF DIMINUTIVE CAI The or, as it is othe wise called, the "road IB th in motor cars. Alread It has achieved popularity In Europe It ia hardly bigger than a boys to one pe snn iirpubllc garage the litt put into plgeonhol along the walls on row of them> above another, the hlgl er pigeonholes, being reached by a incliner-----" d beard A "road can be ran by a chil It Is driven by a storage, battery, an hcs a speed eighteen miles an hou For.manjf ''the motor i MRS. PONZI'S NEW LIFE our names to this enterprise or that' want me to so to Now, when things are a3 ly." hey are with us, the jealous anJ tho 'ateful and the meedling even the free reut I will.hare In his house for a little while aad H. 0. Carboneau, a Neelou town- ship farmer, was fined and costs for feeding his hogs raw' Fragrant and Strong freshing, Comforting Invigorating. perj eaci, or 100 wrappers and 80c King Gtoige have a w email Tea Spooru. for XOO'wrappers for hiilf of iMs; which iaaclusiva antl cannot be bouclit "0 .wrappers and JI.OO cash. Dessert hearily P.4led., Hundreds of other wonderful values'listed in our new Catalogue, insIJe. stern ihutofT; a uuaranicou clock, mailed free for C00 wrappers wrapr-cra and rouble quarts, l.MO :-or 2CO wranpera and KnjTW-300 mrkpiwn cash. ve- wtppe a and cash: e the coupon and sent free, The Royal Crown Soaps Limited Calgiry, Alta, Premium Depart men t Crown Lti, Kindly aaa me, row new Premium We Want Every Woman's Opinion And will pay in Cash Prizes for the best answers to these quesfions-this otter is open to every woman in Canada and the competition closes Nov; 15th, 1920 The Human Clock usually Breaks Down Instead of Down "I T loot a favorite Idea of mine to compare the human iborty with my old clock here." proper attention the old clock gtln run increase your nervous "So many people, ns ago advances, suffer from a lowering of the .vitality, from hlsh blood pressure or hardening ol the arteries, but I have'thc this reslor- atlve_ treatment, when required, keeps my health at.the. high water mark." Before beginning the next ser-. iea of adyertlaementa to tell_ Dr. Chase's Nervo" Food, we want help us of our vThe use'of. .f.cstinionials has fllways-bcen favored in medical advertising, ".but with an effort to mak'e-- rouf more interesting wo have during th d las t' few years used, .attrac- tive'Illustrations and tho con- versational stylo of, reading mat- ter. You will flriil ,'aamples of noiii styles of advqrtiatng on this page, Wbat'Wfe wnnt to Ijnow ia.wlilcli" etylo; appeals most stVongly to women, because U IB on, Ihp wife and mother most- ly' that'rests trio responsibility of looking- after tho health of famity..', 1C InVa'cldltion to reporting o( advertising ia'most InUresting to you, you havo made inquiry among 25.6f'my find Uial.lS hayi 'Dr.. Chase's Nerve; iToptr- as the result of illustrated advor- on account.ot read- ing testimonials' and the other nover-.usecl your bo milch atirengthr ened. By adding hjrther particulars. ns to various'casea-.whlch have youraKcntlon your let- ter would he madft'.more Inter- CBtlng and mora. likely to win a eood prize.' You'f narao will not be used puljllcly without yonr permlaafon.' 1. Which style of advertising Interests the most people In Dr. Chase's Nerve Food? A. The use of testimonials? B, Human Interest advertise- ments with Illustrations and con- versational style of copy? 2. For what aliment do you find that Dr. Chase's Nerve Flood Is most frequently used? Both these questions can best be answered by making Inquiry among your friends. Then writs a'oood letter telling what you found out by your Investigation, 1100 far the best letter. for second best letter, for third best letter, each for succeeding twenty. rive beat letters, For your guidance we would suggest that you clip out this adver- tissment'and' start In at once to make an investigation among your neighbors. ,Thd competition closes Nov. 16th, 1920, tut In case of two letters good, the first one received will have the preference, Edmanson, Bates Co., Ltd. DEPT. 24, TORONTO, ONT. Was given Few Months to Live Is Now Strong and Well neallh, and now 165 pountts. enclose a picture I hid taken while 111 my photo of to-day, so. that you can what a difference there Is. "The I and seo' Miss E. W, School Llbau, Man., years e.go, while llvlnsr, In neglna, I was aftllclcd with fainting spells, nervous headache, and be- came very thin and pale. I sought medical advice and treated tot consumption, and given only n lew'rnonihs to jive.. I.had., to sleep on tho' verandah and w'es told riot to so to public places for fear of spreading "A. newspaper advertising I have medicines Nerve rood feu into my hands I bought six boxes and after a few weeks began to in- crease- In wolghl and fefel belter. Under this treatment I gradually regained ,-my. often use Dp, thane's _____ _ to kcoD my. kidneys and liver In shape. 'appe, ot breath, Indication nervousness, and in (nr-i every asked advice about" TOMlmonlni ;