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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, THE lATHBRnXSK DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVENTEEN BARONSHEMO Pnacited the Cue For The CUM it Most Effcctire Style (Prom Onr Own Correspondent) BARONS, Ode great -prohl- bltlofi meeting of a unique character held in Barons' "church on Thurs- day, at S.OO p.m. Right on tlxb dot of eight o'clock the churctr was-well filled to listen to addresses without parallel in Barons' his too. Tbe first speaker was CapU Virtue; lawyer for Barons With clearness and force. and frankness, with argumeptg that could not be gain- said, Mr. Virtue, brought before hla heareni the facts that strong drink was drug. It might-eihillrate the individual for it robbed the beet out of bis life. Mr Virtue made no hesitation in saying "Bar ons a. -wet town." Concerning Ibe in considerable1 ladlf- airang the people. He felt they mast be an it, seeing he conld not help knowiic it. by coming for a day or two each for businece. Re appealed to all who have s vote to use it oo October 25th, to prohibit Unportatloa Into Alberta. A Great Orator Mrs. McKlaney, was the next speaker who perhaps has no parallel In Western Canada on ihe mbject of temperance. Sirs. McKln- ney began her remarks by pointing out that the'temperance man of to- day waa the most modem man in ex- istence. No subject in the world" la engaging the attention of thinking persons more. this world-wide movement. demands our- thought aa never before. Tie sjxjsker: "pointed out that prohibition bad history of more than hundred and -twenty years, and that the stage BOW reached was due to the fact that" the people refused to tolerate ,fte curie of the nations. A former idea of yean ago, was that we should hare the drink, Kfcney said "there was far more be- fore the liquor act was passed today." The question Is .often asked: "If prohibition passes will it be enforced." Yes, it the peopls wish It to be en- forced, but for no other ieason. YVcy will the government enforce the law, by the will pf.tfce peopte, because they are too scared of their position to-do otherwise. But they can only do their part by ihe people doing theirs. lu this prohibition bill the gov- ernment Is asking the people of this province .what they want. .It is fpr them to say, oh-October 25th.- Mrs. McKinney felt .the-question.-In. the minds of the people was: "Will ttto doctors become this" bill pas sea t" He answer waa, tie government will attend to that mat- ter if the people pass the.prohibition bill She was quite sure that trany. of but should drink n-6re doctors of the province were iot was good-for him, only on certain prostituting their profession by writ- occasions. All saw the fallacy of. i [ne an overplus of prescriptions Sirne an idea, which, to say the least; hu doctors their shame' Mw man rfitura could not stand Mrs. Mo jicKlnney appealed to the people, es- Klnney Ml there must be a govern-1 penally' to the women, to talk proct Brent responsible for law making, to bltlon until the air becomes electric wtoin should we go "other than the subject, then on the 25th the government" But the people werajcf October to put the "X" in itbe responsible for the" kSeptag ot the law. A splendid review of tie temper- ance work ot the province was given, la'ifhici it was pointed in UK the liquor closed the ban, end-the speaker believed was a great Meising to the province. Concerning tie bootlegging going on, He- 'They Work while you Sleep" right place fb stop the liquor trafltc. Mrs. McKinney Is a great orator, vvlth. a., powerful: that finds way to the ear o[ all. For ocore than ah' hour held her crowd, "some- times iln laughter, then 1n tears, con- vincing every member in .the audience of his and her duty. Dev. n. Clegg, district -organirer, made the, financial appeal, to which a-Jiearty response vras given. r S. Pike presided at the meet- Ing, and; real prohibition tongs verb Bung 'with great .'heartiness. LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F..C. S. OPPORTUNITY Wltn doubt and dismay you You tblufc there's no chance for -you, BOH. Why, the been wrltteOiL The beaVrace haBB't been run; The best Bcore.hasnT been made yet, best song hasn't been sung. beet tune hasn't been played yet. Cheer up, (or the- "world la yotiug. When one has dined on potatoes and filer; for an endles. number of days and the'seme menu'is thrust lu front of one's "eyes every .day. and the- Waitress Is cross and independent, then It Is that one gets that bunker feeling. vis'-'- And he longs for the spring chicken and potatoes that mother used to bake. lion. being a bach' dor and having wife to write cheques Jor, cau afford to be Liberal. simply to be con- servative. Make It to keer liver fcnd bowels 'regular. If bilious, pated, headachy, unstrung, or U you have cold, an stomach, or bad Cascarets tonight and wake up feeling clear, rosy'and fit. No Inconvenience. Children love Cascarets .too.'" 10, 25, 50 cents. CLOCK TICKS 1M YEARS Ancient Timepiece Stfll Tellt the Hour In Indiana (Prom the Indianapolis News.) Fouls of baa a clock which has run slnce'.it' was made In 1516. It' !B hanging In house built In 1S2S The clock was made by Wil- .au Englishman, ac- cording to a'Statement pasted in the back of the clock In 1900 by the late John .father of the pres- ent owner." IMr. Fouts -fiaifl Thompson brought Us tools and brass .plates from Eng- land and cut ont all the wheels and machinery, piecejby piece. The father of-John Calvtn-Fouta started the" clock running andlt has run 104 years, keeping good time. TELTPHONE INCREASES WOULD HIT HARD "TORONTO, Get to replies received from questionnaires cent out generally by the Canadian Manufacturers' association the propos- ed increases telephone1 rates throughout Ontario-.would be to more than -100 per cent. In. the coses of .various, concerns. One war for a girl to make sure ot landing her fiance'Is .to have a motion picture taken of his proposal scene: totals were done more extensively, breach ot promise suits would toon be a thing ot the SOFT PEDAL STUFF "An elderly feminine meta'ber of the administrative force" ot the local col i: the way a polite editor said, "an .old maid -member of the staff.' The most popular ot geometry to the school boy Is a triangle of pie The Touch of Elegance t TTOSEas beautiful i-i such fine texture and lustrous finish fail the of one's ankle and merit approval, For work or play, at home or away, Holeproof jjives the needed touch of elegance to any costume. Quality materials, specially woven as they fail to wear far longer. Thus Holeproof is wholly de- pendable. Por 24en, Women and Children at SSk, Silk PacfA ani Alt wanted HOSIERY COMPANV, CANADA, Llmiteif, Cuba nas gone-broke and applied to "America for aid' in her distress It must be nice to have a rich uncle LIGHT APLENTY There's" is always light, 11 But one's, window. !j Often needs .cleaning. In of the" Toting Monday, offer-.this suggestion, that althbugl a husband and wife are one they coun for'two at the ballot box. It talces a pretty good man to win a girl without loslng-.his head.. Those are nauall; early, nsera.' A SLIGHT DIFFERENCE: vicar was her to-lunch today." did he talt abou he swore about mi thers cooking lust like you only li put .his bauds over hia don Answers. Those who say what trey think usually very reticent-people J'There are things, Qeorgt dear; can't boy." dear, you're replle Georgle, who foiioweu iuu sport pag "Man- O' War for'instance." 'ffize fight may be But what level? the lave 1 For 25 years tea. Green label quality is good. Blue label quality is better. Try a sealed carton., -Red Rose' Coffee is .genuine Coffee. bout to-open in Claresholm. nd expects to be over there for two ays a week. -v. Mrs. J. Crslghton, our new hotel auager'a .wife arrived here from Mr. Clapp, the'harness man has pur- lased the store building of T. Smith nd will shortly'move Into his new r- Mr. Taylor has gold put his grocery toro to'Mr; Ste'phensen, :who will arrj'.on" as usual. Charles'Button has just completed is sale .of Vthree-Quarter. sections of laud, 'at JGo.OO per acre iFotli- was the uyer. The school van has arrived nii.prcs'en.U-Aflne appcarauce. Mr. agent for ipeg OlUCb., leaves1 in a or, te will permanent- reside. The chicken-dinner given by the aid of the Union church was well patronized, large numbers "par- taking of the chicken and trimmings. Special were held in the church on Sunday, special music being rendered by the choir. Mrs. Mlnard sang a. solo in a very pleaslngmanner.' V Bmerson E. Brooks, "wat sentenced to seven days in Jail foi driving, an-auto truck while unSei the Influence of liquor. From one ftsed potato cut into 1( pieces a Winchendbn, Mass., harvested 09 1} ounces ol potatoes. UnsoT 4andlO Cubes' A CUBE TO A coNcetmtATSD assF A cup of OXO before going into the cold or damp is a splendid, safeguard in cold catching weather. r. DON'T BLAME HISI Don't bjame a successful man f bragging a bit. No one with a good catch of fish soes home by uay of the back alloy. i -i It fs little wonder that the girl who Is 'too svteet for words" rarely gets a proposal. THE That a fellow's prayers aren't likely to be answered unless he gifest God a hand" himself. It can hardly bo expected that some of bur fellow-citizens will vote Mon- day in favor of chopping off the head of the hen that lays the. golden eggs. The in the rasa inay not be as bad as they're-painted, but they are too bad to be pa'ssed-up. --LEST YE FbRGEJ, FOLKS MacSwiney still lives. It is reported that conditions In Jlex Ico are getting back to normal.' 'An other revolution must be-brewing. "Liberal Leader For Headline. )-80: Is British Columbia, (From Our Own Correspondent) CHAMPION, Oct. operatfdiis are wheat gradei averaged 20 to 80 bushels, am most1 farmers are eatisfled. A lot ot people spent Tbanksglvlni hunting! ducks and went', to the chicken scarce but pheasant's plentiful but wild, The following spent Thanksgiving In Calgary: J. Bennett, 0. Depue, H. Cooper, J. McCIough, Miss 0. Comner, Elevators report.a fot of wheat coming :ln and arc nearly all filled. Cars nro coming forward fairly good, and loading la proceeding day and night. Some good yields nro reported. Somo aummerfallow yielded 35 bush- els to the acre. P. Peterson's summer- yielding 38 Bushels to the aero. Macpherson, the chiropractor it ration Tliere is nothing in the world a woman sp much fears as a surgical operation. Often they are and many have been avoided by the timely use of that'good old-fashioned root and herb remedy Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable1 Compound. If you are suffering from some dread ailment sex, why not profit by the experience of these two ypmea whose letters follow? These Two Women Saved from Operations. CtedarRapids, birth 'r ,oT my list-child I had snch. painful spells the? would unfit ma entirely for imjr hcrasevfbrk. I suffered for months and the dootor aaid that my trouble vf as organic ulcers and Iwould have to have 1 art oiwratioaXThat via an awful thing to x young baby and four oilier ainansSjr, th's birth of my baby I. had orginip trouble. My children, Boons day I thought of Lydia E.Piakham's Vegetable Compound and how it hadholpsd the years before and ,1 decided to try it again. I took fire) bottles ofVegetableConiponnd and used Lydia K.Pinkham'a SaoatiTOWash aad einoo then 1 hare been a well woman, r.blc to take cars of my hotmand family "rrithout any. trouble or a day's, pain. I n tnreacty and th ankf ul to swear by your medicine any tinia. i am forty-fottr -ye.ira old and hare not had a day's Ul. ,ness of any kind for three years." Mra.H. Koimo, Oi7 Ellis Blvd, Oedar doctor said it was caufed by too heavy lifting and iTvould have to have an would not consent to an operation and let it go for over a year, haTinj? niy sister do my work forme as I waa not able to walk. One day my aunt came to see ins and told me about yoilr It cured her of the same thing. Itook Lydia E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Compound and used Lydia' Pinkham's Sanative Wash and they E.J have cnred nie, Now I do tnf ova 'botueyfork, Vfashing and ironing and ee vring for my family and also do ing for other people. I still take a bottle Vegetable Oonipoond every snririg for a tonic. I rccommcndyonr meiiicina to others who hare tronblsa similar to ipine and you can vse my letter If yon PATJI. PAMsmut, 1325 Sionf Kt, Sandusky, Ohio. Thousands of Such Letters Prove the Curative Value of ;