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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta fHE LETHRRTDGE DAILY HERALD x- THURSDAY, OCTOBER To "Kee The Need of Good Food WINNIPEG, Oct. '13 sumoa-lm a suforlslEg oat. Whoever tfnijioe re- 'jwiisible lor order, the workers will certainly not submit: ta such ic-clarcd Alderman B. Robin joh, secretary of the Winnipeg Trades ana labor Cornell, la commenting up- on tie recent ordtr forbidding em- ployees of the Canadian National Railways to tilfC part hr'pollliM or to hold public offices. I'The Canadian National Railways isV government oirued said Sir. Robinson. '.'The ol management must ;la: door ol the government." A. B. Moore, M.L._V, (or Spriajfield in the provincial house, oae of tirt members who will be affected by order, has, not as'yet, received'any information from tSe copipany con- cerning the ordsr. Denied By Brotherhood OTTAWA, Oct. news Item sent out from Winnipeg slating that Canadian National shopmen, forming part ofidivlsion fonr of the Canadian Brotherhood of Railway Kmployees. .trerc contemplating a strike in view of. the edict of Presi- dent D. B. Ffanna. prohibiting eraplfrvi ecs ol the raik.-ay 'taking'part iitcs, is defied Dy tlie Headquarters ol the brotherhood in Ottawa. Hanna reaffirms TOKONTO.'.Ocl. D. B.; the Canadian National Railways, said today that _any.-em- ployee of the system who entered the political arena as a candidate for any political party; .would automatically Eercr his connection with the C. N, R. V.'e Uavo no desire or intention of interfering with a man's right ot cit- he. continued. "He can vote for.any "party or candidate ho wants to.'but when he takes a party nomin- ation he Is injecting tho system into politics .and must; therefore .leave it.' tho'importance of food in connection with our general well being, but wo do not so often stop to consider imipbrUnt.a rart played for good ;or-evil by tho process tirotsgh whteh fhst food'goes'in" our -Kveh footf.Is selected tho greatest car? as- to quality, and the- daily laesu planned according to a scientific balance of proteins and carbohydrates, the good work may be thoroughly undoije in the of cooiinj. The method -.of innocently destroy Ing food is best "illustrated in the widespread habit of overcooking meats, converting them, as one. exasperated medlcalMnan .has said, ;IntOL modified raw-hide, at v'meit re- nioTos valuable and nutritions julxs anil bat solid portion, but bjr thtt time qciie. as, to the himui digej- tlie mtcMeerr is soggy bread and of food: saturitsd greoic is the. most fre- qnbntlr Committed of cuitaary crimes. These itrocitlss, toRstlier with sweet and slicir and too highly, sea toned foois, go to make meals-which are impossible for .the averaee nonna" stomach to .digest. Poor cooking hts been blamed for Actordlng tb this theory thd ylctlmflurns to for p. teiu porary socthlnr of ths ncfToils reac- tions of a Jtderl stomach. The var ious other dmg habits, including tobac co, tea.'and are very-probably fostered'by the -which arises as the natural result of sulo-intoiica- tion. Our lite Is sufficiently .artificial without the addition of poorly cooked food.v It .Is not the occasional orgy which affects-man s adversely; Jt'ls the steady tai of a consistently poor diet that wears away'the system. Farmers Big Drive Starts Dominion Bureau of Statistics Jssues-a Report Covering Period (o Oct. 1 ?JT.W-TKO': first vr'eek ol Kovamber -elll -et-e tbroushoul the vrestenFprqTiuces a iolnt drive-conducted by tne three great orsiniitations ot far- United Farmers of Mani- toba, the Saskatchewan Ornlu Grow- ers' Association ae4 tlie United 1'arin- ers of Alberta. With, a uniform plan of organization, the work In each province will be un- der the direct'superrUion ot a'cen- tral provincial committee. There will be an.organizer in charge ot each fed- eral contUtienoj' and i "district cap- tain" over etch unit oi town- ships. Kaclrdistrict captain will en- )Ut MrtiCM ot women for each unit under his jurisdiction to for On the morning of Nov. 1 ibe can- vassers will comments..tileir work. According to an "announcement In the Grain :6f' Winnipeg, the head of each-household'- in Iho west will contribute ?6 (six dollars) "of cnlch two dollars will bo used central offlces..and the constituency'boards tion purposes.7.; L "While the 'organized farmers' are furnishing a foundation on-, which a new political superstructure Is erected." says-the ..announcement of the Grain Growers' Guide, "their pollt- at present represent only development of .the.'organ- izej farmers' movement. True this phase is now forced to the forefront !.ij- the imminence or-a federal elec- tion, but thVreal work of the associa- tion is that of building foV'the future through developing a more Intelligent public opinion; -a higher, conception of the responsibilities of-citizenship. To this assocations seek to nobilizc within the organization the farmers of "the west '100' vcr cent, strong." St. Eusebius Refused Meals Of- by.-Herefical OTTAWA, Oct. Canadian Dominion bureau of statistics, internal trade division, pub- ii's'ie' J report showing the produce and> nsn; In cold stor- ige and in process of'ciire on October i Cieniuerj amvuruS to 2o 3S4 1A4 poundsland dairy butter 1J26760 pound_s ouUer show an per cfinl over last month' cent last rear IJairyiv-liutler stocks nave decreased per cent, from last month '3.81: per cent from last year. t_ to Ol2 or. an increase of 39.9 p4r ccot from September 37.53 per cent, from -1919.. stocks total r pound i: or i4.6S jier cent, more than last 'niontii; b'.it than Ian year. tocks 13 per cent! loss dozen In cold jtorase cia aozen'hiner than cold storage! and pounds of fro- zen. .The cold storage slocks'liave; de- creased 11.27 per cent, ''from'last month and increased 2.3S per ceni. from last year Pork stocks in storage, and process of .cure, pouuds; S.SO pounds frozen; pounds fresh unfrozen; puunds of dry nittd 6 t pounds pickled an 1 pounds "in .process 'ol cure. The'tbtal stocks have de- creased 13.17 cent, from ihnntli and 4S.5Q .per cent, from last year. 'ijeef slocks in storage pounds. This is a decreas.e of 70.S5 per cent, from last .year 'and an in- crease of 38 per cent, from last month. These stocks include pounds frozen. pounds fresh unfrozen, 54t 4j4 pounds of cured and I pocnds helng cured. i The matton and Iamb in store 1 pounds, nn increase of sil per from last month and -i.5 rerj tierit. .from last year, stocks pounds. 6r'9.3i per ccot: less thsn last moulii) anil 43.37 per cent. !oi: than last year. I ;Ttis slock'B include pounds of] topiler" 60 pounds of ctifc.kens, pounds of fowl, pounds ot dticks pounds of geese, ptiunds of turkeys and S9.SS7 pounds Tlie. hunger' strikers, acco'ruing to ;he Catholic Kecord, are by no means without weighty precedent for their stand, for'nd'less a personage than a Saint, who .is a Father of the Church, engaged 'in> a-'liuDger-strike -in order to secure, Ms', point. The Saint.'in- question" is St. Eusebius of Vercelli, one ot the most conspicious champions ot Catholic 'orthodoxy ..during the storm ami stress of. Kept' on 'Decem- ber 16, and he is honored as martyr, though he did not actually shed his Wood for the faith. In his case the circumstances of the heroic fast re- corded In his graphic, letter to Nthe Italy, with the 'enclosed, protest addressed to the Arian Patro- pliilas and itie. other jailers, 'show how very near he went to the of death. St. Eusebius, as he tolls the bishops of Italy, had been imprisoned by Patro- philus and his followers, who had separated him. from his own priests End deacons. He insisted that these he allowed to approach him and .bring h'irn ipod, deemingit wrong to receive food from-the hands of his heretical jailers, and apparently fearing that this might he interpreted as holding communion'with them. Unless his priests be allowed to approach him and bring him food ho plainly declares that he will neither eat nor drink whilst in prison, and that his jailers wiil'he guilty of his death. What was the effect of this threat? CARRIES FOUR BILLION PASSENGERS IN.16-YRS. New York's first subway "train was run, 1C years. Rapid Transit company has carried tly three times the. total'population ot the. Hedlcy; president and general manager announced today. During that time there have-been only seven passengers killed by ncd- dcnt. r GEN. WODD SLATED FOR WAR SECRETARY MARION, Hard- ing will make MaJor-General l-fton- ard Wood his Secretary of War If elated. Sy: those' c'ose ta the Republican this .ar- rangement was szrtd to have been reached in Chicago, during the Re- publican' convention.' While- Hsrding has not 'intimated who his cabinet appointees might be, it is the consensus here that, as In the cais -of-i'hs Losgus tions, he is not. a free "agent naming his War (Secrctaries, should he be elected. The agree- ment, it Is believed, is one of a fevl made for sake of harmony within the party. Never Has B sale been sucK a success as our huge Discount Sale. We surpaised all pait volume of business some days ago. Each day adds new lines to awortrnent of goods which arrive each day are put on sale, nothing is tfl our biff (tore sale to make it a success. A reduced'price on everything you buy. it..- Three Waists Specials SPECIAL NUMBER, ONE Iti this assortment are georgette crepe, cropo -de chine and tuh silk waisls. All are well made and the styles are right up to date. There are values up to 513.50. Itylands' Discount QC Sale........................I.......- ?L- SPECIAL: NUMBER TWO Ju this lot you wtll'.fin.d' crepe 'do' and georgeUosy- alBo'a few white wash silks in 'aasortcd styles; some are- broldered in neat designs, 6th-" crs are'plain and Jieat. .'t Rylands' Discount Sale THREE Uifs'lot are and heavy weight qv9lity.wb.te wash ellks that-are tued day Tho VBlues are truly .wonderful. V'Hylamts' Discount Qg Connie. Pearson, Gnelphj snot a bhtck Iiare, ibc first one lie had "ever seen or hgard of.- DIil Arlan jaUera shrink from in- curring this responsibility? hi a Idler, still' preserved in the archives of Verceli, the Saint tells what hap- pened. The jailcrB showed their homi- clilal mind, for it was only tifter'spmo days, when (Hvers were crying oiit agninsL them, that they allowed one friend to enter. It was only on the sixth when the Saini's strength ivas failing, that-they allow- ed him to conic in again witii food, i and thus St. Euseblus capie of! vie-" lorioue, Summer Is Never Over When You Have I Mew Coats on Sale Nearly hiuidred coats in this big coat sale and every one of, them a beauty. New coats have been added to .our stock this week, s.elf are fui- tiimmed.-All are ih.the-ve.ry best'of ifihest'of :materials.' They are going quickly, and we urge your early selection. Reg. Dresses for Reg. Presses Dresses for Reg. Dresses f Reg. g85.00 for....... HOSIERY GLOVES UNDERWEAR BLOUSES SKIRTS: KNITTED GOODS SWEATERS K1MONAS CORSETS f: UNDERWEAR DRESSGOODS SILKS SHEETIJNGS .COTTONS TOWELS BRASSIERES CHILDREN'S DRESSES HOUSEiDRESSES APRONS SILK UNDERWEAR NEClt SCARFS LINENS BOYS'UNDERWEAR, IN FACT, EVERYTHING REDUCED FOR NINE DAYS Hsu total founds ofi-fchlch 21 18i '17 poiujs lire in cold storage. Tbla is an Increase of 12.73 -yer, cent, from last month and 6.G3 per cent, decrease from last year. c- SHORT SKIRTS TO BLAME sign- "Tom Kllnh" iiecn re- by the mayor places the hlanio of heavy an- ff to on the short A '.skirts 'r.CTV. 'worn by the fair "Torn Minn." who Is s'np- jiopedl> a rhnuffDur, In jfr hk letter to tho chlof magls-- i Irate the auto- mobiles faidt. trouble aln t there Slako the .wlmmin folks quit wearing dresses so high. -That's the trouble. Men talking on the streef.s and "'i driving (jSro can't. Ihclr minds on their" jobs, They can't look two; .dfrekihmis at wonce. X1 ff o ff C' for breakfast or lunch IKe delightful ripe'corn flavor these superior flakes brings sun- shine to .the dullest day.i make them for people who love cornflakes and want the best. TTiey cost no more .than other corn flakes but will please yo' Canadian Bostum-Cereal Co Windsor. Ontario. OUR SILK DRESS SALE i I is the greatest treat we have ever'offeral ,to the ladies of Lethbridge and district. Y6ii secure the' finest of-, high'-.class dresses at 'the'pi-ice bf'-the materials'and even less. Our price; on these dresses is HALF PRICE a model ot exceeding gancp. Former prices S.OO, Every one of them a model ct exceeding rifir in trimmed effects and 'n inl selected for their elegance. Foriiier prices SEE DISPLAY. NO TWO DRESSES ALIKE. LADIES' UNDERWEAR A bis vslaa in ladiea1 vests anil drawttrs, Rood .heavy cotton vests >vith ICIIIE sleeves end Iiigli neck. Snitabio for fail am! wiiiler wear. Tlegnlar P.yiands' Biscounl Sale, each NAINSOOK pure fine, while free from dressins anil suitable for all llegular 65c value. Hy. lands' Sale LINGERIE CLOTH Tliia la a lieaiillful cloth. It is 42 fnclics wirin and tree frorrt any filling. The wide wlrtili nils to gooil advantage. Keg. SSc value. Kylands' Discbnnl Salo LINEN TOWELLING Iieavy-linen towelling. A good, as- sortment to choose froal, and the iiuallly is'. Iho best. 'Regular 7Bc value. Ky- DiEcount Sale FLANNELETTE BLANKETS 12 x 4 Flannelette Blankets, in the We liwibf? hod size. Tho largest made. Your rhnicc of .white or grey. Keg. ?6.00 ft ft vuluc. liylanda'Discount Salo ".SHEETS (o'nsc Ijlcached cotton sheets, in full iloiiWc lied Dire, called 8 x 4. Ttieec are some old-time value that wo cnniiot dupliialc. Hogulnr each. rfio or Ilylanils1 Dlsconitt'Halo----...... Holeproof Hosiery Now :ia the time to stock. Hosiery. A real, treat for. sit. Blac'i. grey, brown, navy white, pink, In fact any and ..every shade in the store. Discount Sale PAIR (All perfect goods; no seconds) (SECONDS) A final wind-uii to our big purclu'.su of ituro.ailk hose, manufacturers' feec-, nnds. Wo liought fi.500 this is Ihe lest of them. Corao in. A hurry price on Ihese values. Rylands' Discount Sale PAIR No exchange; no chargis; no refunds.' PURE WOOL SERGES These are fas_l color arrt pure woftJz 42 inchcB. wide, aiitl colors oro Jiavy liluf tlack and cardinal 25 vjixl Rylanda Discount A fodlc yard 34-INCH FLANNELETTE '200 yiirdS' of !-good heatfy strlpoi! fbimelette.., SultaljlQ lor all hrd" of wear for men, women and children. Reg- ular SEc value. liylands DKttotmt Kale, yard