Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBR1DGB lauuSanfct it Not To Blame For Price In US, Ip _ _ i KziU Authority Says Very Litflc CnmHs Gotaz Across F.UiS, Oct. comW- ttMf- traced I. for U J tke wheat jriwt fcoportattoes from Oisudt. fa the opinion ot Jtred Wit- f ot Falls, proddeat'o! the aaMcia- j tion, who aas Teturaod from tie aa- jnual ooOTfntlon ot the drain Bcaltrs' association, held at Mbne- toatla. Octobsr 11..H and IS. Wheat 'i fjHTOgiit to from Cicada up to lart tolallad osly to SO.OOfl.GOO brtsii- Hr- WatSdns found the beltei j jrtrailins among dealers that tbo rt- tfcct OB the uiariet in .the r--Vf.it.ed. it kMstes -MB i; Tka safe of IL'.I.COT.OOO bu'sb'els' 'of i'.whsat1 for export ilurins July, Auguel land Septeinber, the refusal i Jo lay in large stocks'of wheat it this the Dyrapatheric drop reflecting the sway cf prices in other comrjiodi- ajid toe shortage of freight cars Is thought Watlrius to- have the .prevailing influences in brinniVLK the price of wheat down to its jirei.ent level, .llc.-doea.flpt :coc- l Eider thai there is any" J ho'd ai-at to- i ra jircpaie-l to compelled to so twlmrains. The itriXe ri wieu pataeogers agreed to thto. Crew, .steerage singers all entered Bosphoruus taking bjhth'then retarding; fa the ship jwoeeefied on incentive to I unless Hie prohably i onlil aitu dio first 01 tuo year, lo raavkel his crop. Import From Canada Small The argument that wheat importa- tions from Canada under the. present tariff laws liavo caused the price of xvheat to come down does. not find many patient listeners among .dealers who nrc familiar with M'htcn have'actually everted .an iu-. flacnce on the said. Sir. kins. "When was in Minneapolis lacl no more than fc of w leat had been received Iron Canadi an not. sufficient, ib.affect our" market JD -Tiio real causes for the..slump in prices come from en enti-elj different nnrt I thmfc thnre is no dlfficnltyx In recognizing them once the facts are pre ested 'HAMILTON. Ont., Ocl. Every sticccediug-Uay brings frosh successes for Ihe Western Canada Colonization Kacli new achievement paves thevway Ioi: those which inevit- ably follow! The organization has in fact acquired an impetus which car- ries all before It. Eastern business men have recelv cd with open arms tbe delegations of Western. business men representing the They have become infected .wllhlha optimism of the prairie; .iiid have adopted the associa- tion as their own.- They see In the movement not.only .a basis of increas- ed prosperity for the whole Dominion, butwhat is perhaps equally important, an opportunity to link east and west gv 2 TO SETTLE STRIKE THE .XiAV YORK. Oct. Hays, Republican national stated Wednesday thai iu many nor- mally Democratic states, Democrats lad plveu up jjfelectlns Coi anil lloosevelt. aod ato noir Imiy "trading Candidate Coi 10 tsave Heir lir. ILiya urfreii here Irani Chicago. rinsms with Wol We' prediction that ever; sUte west ot tip Htofloslppl veulc poll JUirdicK'miiorHy with the exception of Texas, Ar- and Louisiana.'' Of ttates south of the line, Mr. Haye said m a INTELLECTUAL ELITE OF BOTH SEXES MEET' AT IXWDON LUNCH EOxV hundred of Britain's cleverest women "aded as hostesses recently at luncheon given nt Fieh- moajers Hall lo oiio hnndfcd 5rl- Uiu's It was to help the London Scubol'bt Medicine, where Ihej-e are now 600 women students: Louise, Duchess of Argyle. was the guesl of honor. At her table were ladles of tho court ot Qr.een Mary, noiuan doctors of Harlcy street tiuie, Madame Clara Bull, who sang "Ood Saro the KinV" before luncheon. was Esrved, and Mi's. George. I Others at the luncheon werc-.Y.fs-i countess' HhouJda, Mrs. pespanT. Miss Mary 'uioneer Mil wo- men's trades iind Mrf. Alice Meguell. The male guests were all prominent Dgnrcs in public life. meat, lha lltkel wdultl car- ry Maryland, KenUu-ky, 6l Virginti and posaiWy North Car- olina. The "solid south." these exceptions, and the three western stales, were all iu which -Mr. Hays would concede tbat DociocratK' chau- ces seemed better than HepuWiiau. Jle saM there was no doubt vl Ing llepublicau victories iu Illinois and Indiana, declaring that this prediction WRS mado on. a conservatlvo basis. "Tho west bas been amused at the effort of the opposition to try nud develop their campaign on one Mr. Hays said. "U has amused the Democratic misconception of nollticB and .tbe uahlic uiiod. "Desperately seeking to hido behind a smoke screen which Is. as couuterleH .as the 1916 pledgo that Tie would us out of Ihey strive lo develop a campaign strategy on one issue. .They proposti to settle this campaign iii Europe, when every lux- payer In America Is cryins tor u dis- cussion of the.means for better and more economical constitutional gov- ernment at.home." MARKED Nol Aspirin at AH MENTIONED FOR THE ME1GHEN CABINET i H. H: Stevens, M. fnncaimYer, is persistently ineutiotied for a position in tbo Cabinet. The r.ame tie only .isciiuino Ajpiruij-ri.no j'rtKTiCr.j by for AlvVtiv :lvs-.v oil "uiibrbien, pacla proper dirrk-ilMj tit C8tt> Eaitae, rabia, KhciituiKnn, Henri" (is. Joint ru'i., uj tot Airirtn ii oC el Saltcj-UfJicld. Wtilla U.U Barer lu pceJst tbc public tVc Tftblrts cf CfHPUf, will ye itactiica cuife, Oreo." TO REFRAIN FROM in .a joint v effort which ]L. consoli- anA' lijinnqnitc public, opinion, at'the outlet, Ihe: pres- idenls, directors and wording heads -and -Indnstriil cor- poralions" placed tip.' seal ot their ap- proval unpri a great praclical effort to muitipjy and. pro- idnctiori1 from? coast to MONARCHIST UPRISING Tbmorrtow Alright; J. D. HIGINBOTHAM UCGJI igr iieanj Xot only did captains of indus-Ttwo ycars since the monartliiBt j Sept: crew of the Italian steain- er Peiackj-'went oh'strike npori the' iirrital.pf the.ship here tlie other day. bscausa the healih that they should landing as steerage do..The crew-rerused to bathe unless passengers also Vrero i. disposal of tbe _ and.eyenio go out anil asaigt-in sopuring fresh concerts to a Bplendiil cause. J. So it.w'as in Toronto. Men -whose] 'rip.mes hata a-nalipn: vide' currency- uprising. When 1 your brain j works like a f dog with three legs you need ifcr 'of prCDiiaent -.buainoss: men into lonfefen'ce lead- tho.most striking onization efforts of morlern'tiraes., Wtienjthe. dcjeeates .reao.h- ed Hamiltdn the president of the local 'cpmjncrcer num ht-r 'of conference with-thoni as Sir John Gjoson. formerly lieutenant-governor of Ontario, nnd riow a director of the "Canadian Weet- ingh'ouse Robert Hobson. president of the Steel Company of. Caiieda, Limited, anil Mr. Coppley, ot Cpppley. Xoyes ann Haiadnll were riot linljr-prescnt. but they o tie red to jo in tbo. -westerners in -waiting Ltirjon-lbeif feSlqw citizens and In pressing the los- ic'a] claims of the association, "upon! the attention of corporations and fin-1 anclal..institutions. Sir John Gibson becanfe a contributing founder. So did Senator John Mllrie, president ot Burrow, Stewart and Milne and V. F. Dalloy, president of the F. V. Dalley f Corporation, Licnfted. i With such 56cal leadership lo rein- force the efforts of the prairie visitors great deal ot effective .work was ac- i compliahed in the second industrial city of Onlarlo. Outstanding corpora- tions madc-.Hneral contributions, while jl_esser companies and. their J share with'- the net result that tho i Hamilton fund soon totalled All Drain mUSt H Is probable that before the coafer- ti j encns arc completed this community JJlOOQ, Hot..j of people will have contributed [approximately lo Ihe Western .Canada Colonization UCtS, OT liver and kidney laziness. "DANDERINE" Stop> Han Commg Out; Doubles 111 Beauty. FAMOUS IS NOW IN S. WASHINGTON The sworrt cl "Bonnie Prine'p worn by liiin til one of the romantic Madea of Scdtlish corao Ifl Ihe Hulled Slates. Jl'ls'tho j ot !.oril Garlocli, only, sou of the Earl or Mar 'W'Snotianu'tp'.vrs.-t'larence' Crlttenden .Colhoun. of Washioplcn, one of Ihe ilcsccndanls cf the Hoiiso of Mor on her mother's side. The his- toric sword was AnHreni th-j 1 Brillsb where it came In cnvo of the ambassador, Sir Atlcklanrl NOW HOW WILL THE SINN FEIN LIKE THIS A fcjs-- cents hijys Atlc-r -sin Kiiiiiir.ulidn. not rlui! a' fallen r.aij- or zu; dandruff, besides cvory Jiyh-( shtV.vj new lite, vigor, brightness, IDIK-J cul JM aud PAHIS, Sept. iienrl I.nndni, .v.-lio is shortly lo bo placed on trinl on charts growinK out of the disappearance nf 11 too- laeu lo whom li'e had promfsed mar- riage and who has acquired quite a reinilallon as a dry wit since his nicarceratloji IS months ago, flhow- i-d dcnji interest in the lioalth of the Mayor of Cork, Teroiice Mae Swlney. on a Innlger strike In a Hrllish prison. livery ngnrnlng lie fniiilrcil ot the Jailer whether JlacSwlney were still alive. Far a fcivv days Uindru fihowcd Klrong iJIslTicllnalloii ia parlake ot tlifi usual prison fare. "Arc you tryinc to do tho Mac Swiney eliml, Marvq the Jailiir "The imver coinnilt'siti- reciiumlcd l.andru Ecnlcn- li'jusiy. Get him'to tell you about-.the, Southenv Alberta. These residents mirterial for The Housewifes Whrai ra woman is alroosfflistracted her home is. in 'disorde.v'crying children, and on top of all is suffering from, backache, bearing down pains, or some other form of feminine ills, then she should remember that hundreds of women in just her con-, dition-have been-restored to health and regained their -youthful strength by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and not rest until she has given it a fair trial, Proof 4at it Restored the Health of These two Women Cairo. Soine time ago I got so bud witu female troulJe tliot I IhcngUi. T vronld liava to IB opsuted on. 11ml n bad My.iighi side would fain me and I Trts so I cpiiia iiot Oi water. Many limes I tfould liave to stop my work and ait down or I would full on (lie floor in a faint. I oooniilted scvenil doctors and every one toidins the sanw I kfpt fight ing U> keep from having the; -1 bail j--o LydiiE. Pinkham's VcgcUWo Compound and it hcljied my n.tter so J bc.gsn taking it. I haTe full toter thai! I baye1 since then and J keep and am ihlo lo do ell my work, VegeUble OimpoiiTid 11 r' Chattanooga, nsed Lydui. J3, Pinkham's YcgetRble Cbmpotmd liefore my biby came wb'en I could no. longer keep rap. It strcngtierjed my brick and relieved me of the ill effect which so often develops ;it such times. That, was iny'firsl' experience Vegetable CJompoiiniJ. Yearn zftet- wards I daring the CJiangeol and got along so well I scfireely ever to'Hodowii (lurinp the day and seldom -had dlw.y, faintinr; spelis. I am now wiU nrid strong, can do all my boimework Tritli perfect ease anrl it t? i comfort to rue to be ablo to say to other suffering women 'taKe Lyilia K. Pinkham'a medicine and be aLrong.' 1 will be glad to hive you uw.rriy natno if it will the OIC.IDS of helping any the Southern Alberta that will The winners the efticiency traiiiiiig. received schools etstiol f iElGHt _ H. MATI-HHWS, 3511 Street, one." ilrs. K A. FAirtBDBN, 606 two, ill Orchard Knob Ailing, Overworked Housewives Should Rely Upon UYDIA E.Pi'MKHftM MEDICINE CO. LYNN, MAS84 Second prize 50.00 Third prize ____ ,v'.-v- Fourth prize Consolation prizes. SCHOOL CHILDREN, Under; 16 First prize.'. Second prize Third prize i TourtK jiriie-C. Consolation prizes. CONDITIONS Y which is written. The are to 'bo written on a sejferato allp of paper. The Jlerald resojrves tho right of ,of'.; tho etorfos .iwhether in tho priio list or not. will rennln llie'-liroJorty-jtT' t no Herald, f will be-thrco judges ap. pofntcd 16 csxarhln'o nnrt decldo on lliu iriOiuft contribu- tions. Ot Iheso two .-fi-ill bfl tho outside, .and. one a" momhor of tho lie-raid editorial Tho rfecfslwtof tho JudECB will In all'cases ho. final. The competition iii open, with' put entry tea. (1) be con- fined to .rcsiitents in Southern (2) Stories mds't not exceed words. 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