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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUfWAY, SEPTEMBER -i. 1920 LETSBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE SHADOWS By F. C. S. NOT FLATTERING The slliy lilds made for Irish vo'to in the U, S. by soma presiden- tial aspirants are uot at ill "compli- mentary tc- Irish intelligence. Mayor SUcSwIuey's historic fail great ddiie for the physical culturiats, food faddists, nature curiats, psychol- ogists, etc. A comfortable home is the best cure lor industrial uirett. It now comes oat that Ihe Pacifists tot 10 rabid that they refused to touch t uarel orange. r In Calgary the. cKy, hare recommended an increase In the price of cemetery lote.; That's enough lo wake the deid. Thwe little ctHBtott in the abore except for who has a life- Ions enemy svrloiutf 111. If the tenants found it ss easy to raise the rente as do the landlords It woudn't he so bad. STORY Sharks recently invaded the moulh of Halifax harbor, according to ad vices from that city; But that's no thing. We've had 'em invadlnE West eru Canada for a long And the end not yet. IF Food prices gp down one's appetite will go uu, so what's the use? Vainly 1 search for the_e; thou'art; borne with tie'', ''Afterglow'. K Tc the' Tales of THE DEACON Sf.YS That kind words are. (he swealeal. music that ever fell on human ears. If a Grouch did happen to get Into [leaven he'd complain about the Hfht and mask: and things. DAD SAYS That when a fella tiiaks "let the other fella do .referring to work, the com sayi, "let the other fella get referring to the salary. HOPELESS "Aren't y6n going to say your pray ers, JVilllel" "No, I'm bot. I'm tired of praying for thjB family without trelttlng re- sults." Skin Troubles With Cuticura SATURDAY NIGHT THOUCHT Tsat opportunity has a child born Into an environment In which stalks Vice, Poverty, Wte Desertion, Tuber entasis, Social Disease and their (Tin- ning The right road is one to travel but you've got to keep moving to set anywfceie. HOLY SMOKES! Canda'B fire loss is about JJS.OOO, 000 annually. AFTERGLOW Uuehed ia tie gray prairie Save for river's flow. Softly traced o'er the' heavens IE sheen of the Afterglow. spell of the autumn sunset Broods over earth and sky) Arid again I taste the sweelness Of a dream that ne'er shall die.H is'ex pected here that ho will flee rather than'surrender. MOTORIST COMMITTED ON MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE Sept. Mc- Cnrthy was committed for trla! here today on a manslaughter charge by a local magistrate. McCarthy was driv- ing the automobile that knocked down and killed Percy, Young a government telephone employee, here Monday last. United Farmers of East Sioicoe aro arranging to hold a convention at Coldwater on October Cth. "FREEZONF Corns 1 No Pain I agreed "to play In two DcMJUe spec-! Doesn't hurt a Drop a little ials, of which "Why Change Your "f'raezone'.'.on .an. aching corn, instant- is the first. In this story, l.y that corn Tatppi hurting, then short- whlch was written .by Willlani you lift it nsh't off with fingers. Truly! Your drngglsl sells i tiny bottle of "FYeezoiia'r-for.a few'cents, sufficient to reffiofe-erery'hard corn, toft corn, or corn between tho.toafl, and-tho cal- lusej, without soreness or Irritation. Advertisement. Mille, KosloK has the.role of a HUB- slan musician, who forms'the-fourth party In a.matrimonial Bqusfe. Thomas Mclgban and son figure prominently In the cast of "Why Change Your though every player iS a screen.personage of joins in the third annual drive for better motion pictures E prophesied tint 1920 vrould be .the; greatest year in the history of the sCTeioi. Paramount has 104 even finer pictures in store for you in the new season that opens on Septem- ber 5th. The theatres that will show these new Paramount Pictures in the twelve months to come are inviting you to join in the celebration. Paramount Week is the time when there is proof a-plenty that there ia an abundance of good pic- tures. It marks the opening of the fall season the refreshing indication that the hot weather ia over and the best show-time] of all the year is here again. TWIRIT ANNUAL Cparamoant