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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1920 Island, Home of the Mutineers of the Bounty Does Not Grow Very Fast NEW YORK, Sept. popnls- jqa of Pitcairn Island, 2 tiay spiko of and rising from the mid-IXfUic, has ncrcuad by five souls since the ofti- count of last eeiiturr, according .0 Robert C. O'Brila. mister of the !reighter Mismaba, which touched .here last month en route hero from iustralia. The liUte country, a Brit- jh posMesion, now lifts A population )f 170. At tbe last count here were only 170. Cipt. O'Brien said the rMidents. Icscendants of 15 mutineers from tte British Bounty. -.Tho eottleil there n 17S3 vrJEii wives brought from Polynesia ari tiriTius, and as ret showing na signs ui the raeutal ,de- :eriomUoa which scientists predicted tor them is a cocBequenco of lonp continued irvter-mtrrSftea. The-island, according to O'Brien, IB (roils tejaUUle products. i these.aDd fresh spring was'fnrnlshed him for his hotnu- irard jo-jfney.l .Pitciirn Island is of volcanic origin ct only two square railsB area hut with a mountain peak rising to 3 heifcDt ot feet.' It on tradV With. MaugreTa in'a the is-: aiders. People's Forum MR. LEACfiOFT'S ftEPLY- The Ucctorr, Tabcr, Sept. 7, 1520 KJitor. Irflhbridje Herald. gjr._-All of us human bcluss have as we hope and believe a destiny. Aud the destination is one of two IMufcs. either "l-'oi Belter' or 'Far Worse." Wt use for thoso destinies the words "Hoaveu" and "Hell." !u ooe of the (Jiberinln pieces of humor M-e have Pooli Bab. Ihe man of maiiy occupations, describing a punish- ment for a cerUIn offence is "Some ihics llnserlns My friend and STOP OVER AT MOOSE JAW gas for the planes in. the (rant-Canada j Illeht. Relays of pilots will take. MOOSK JAW. Sept. Drum-1 of the three mat-blues here, raond of. the Domlntou Air Bonrd completed here yester- riving here somewhere day for tha 13 t.-Lo oil arid jixisM. ________._________ tl LEAVE IT TO THE LEAGUE BUTTK, Mout., Sept. deSnlte pledge to present (ha "Irish (ho l.eajjtto of Nations In. event of c-leutloii." wns 1'iaJo tonight arouud mill- eioor Coi ot Ohio In closing hh Moa- i taiia .cauipyigh. OTTAWA, Sept. (Canadl'aa, Cauadlan pc-ople are to bo given early opportunity lo see iUe war vessels presented by Ihe British admiralty to the cruis- er Aurora and the deslroyers Patriot bciliue oil in it." janj Patrician. The-flgntlng ehips, as felloe' v.-orker Mr. Bryan in pouring out vials of his splenetic wrath upon me as so vile and contemptible a wretch as he con was announced sonie time -will leave for Kalifu early in Ocinoer aud are expected cievts me to be, has gone one better j twoea Uc'.ober ISncd Hie cr.d of the [than I'ooh Bib. as to iny dosliuy. I month. 1 am very jrateful ID ilio source u! Tfce list of oMcers who will be In all srstitude that I can refrain fiom cf Canada's now nssvv given 'selalfaiion (though as a umtfr uf use of words I do not lack fertility) snd can quietly and simply repeat to my minister of rcligluu the question 1 have already askert, can we human beings prove ourselves obedient If we by act of Through Muskeg (Edmonton BulletSnJ Mrl Walters was one of those who siperienced the JOVE ot pioneer rail- roading on'th'e McMurray railway.'anil vrith the othcr.pasBengers labored aud toiled to repair the track and set the railroad the.muskeg after the roadbed had collapsed. The big smash..occurred abejit forty miles liorih oi IJcriJDiche, stales, whenftio( tender of the engine went over'oii-one side, ths track dis- appeared -beneath if. ?_ track is here laid; on'the :bare muskeg, Mr. Waiters particular point washes straight na-a die and appeared perfectly .safe, but the tender; suddenly "dropped" In and ]-eiuained there a.considerable time, despite tUe.'efforts of'all n'Tid'DiuEtile; arallable. Hails ivere found, track which were COL.: u the Can-: adlan naval forces to the; One moil 'and children who formed. -r passenger complement, juseleos forms." For UiHt'same mercy's Frequent stops were made en route I sake let us see that food, drink and to allow the passengers to-get out to language are used and not abused, make tea and coffea, the hot water be- ing supplied from the engine, and Mr Wallers saye tiat at this reriod'of his- tory that ot.tea smoke was reckoned' a very fair meal. THEODORE ROOSEVELT HAS NARROW ESCAPE JOPUN, Mo., Sept. 'Colonel Theodore Jlooserelt had a narro.w escape from'death hero today while preparing for an airiilano flight t'o Vinila, Okla., to fill speaking dates. Tho plane ran away with Col. Roose- velt, before.the nllrt.had boarded it Col. Hdosovelt managed to jump and land free of tie radders. Is'or prohibited. Yours F. R. B. .Leacroft. sureiy carrying a man's bag for him is ''bearing an- other's burden ami 50 fulfilling etc." Quite a. in fact. INVESTIGATE HOUSING PROBbiEfvJ WINNIPEG, Sept. Manitoba joint council of industry will investi- gate the housing situation in Winni- peg dealing not only wtth alleged pro- fiteering in rents hut going Into the whole housing problem, .according to announcement today. TAX SALE LIST MUNICIPAL DISTRICT FLOWERY PLAINS NO. 33 One Egg Cake chance of failure crxCas le of sxpenrivs materials. Orily one answer to its pDvriier; Icuo barley cj[ vftiilila; J; i lenio" orUii I' and c'r-Mni ncd Conitb; usiil: -it- vrith 'OK i-Ii't dry to inii't. ItJ Ji'ixl fir-t uith ".ho Into Jnin-'jiifil i-m. sprfr.klo Bft.t in ir "tii THAELL'S ecials for Saturday We are offering to the men of-Lethbiidge some Genuine Bargains-in Suits, Overcoats, Shoes and Pui-nishings for Saturday. Save now on your winter needs. In this line of SUITS we have gath-. ered some exceptional bargains. Sell- ing regularly to n Saturday special Another line of MEN'S SUITS that will" satisfy. Regularly priced up to Satur- A A A A day "We have' a few small size OVERCOATS that 'we want to clear out. Sizes30to35. Regular 50. '.Saturday. Regular .Saturday. Regular Saturday. Regular Saturday. 20 only MEN'S SUITS that sell regularly for to Satoday special Men's Flannelette PYJAMAS. Just the thing for these cool nights.: Regular Saturday special SHOE BARGAINS. 'A' large range in this line. Regular- Si 1.00. Saturday special.............. SHOE BARGAINS., These Shoes are selling regularly "for 'Saturday special............. AJ1 Men's Fine Black Cashmere HOSE. Extra value. Regular Satur- day speciHl, per pair............ Extra Special Fine Cotton H05E: :R_egiilar 50c a pair. cial, 3 pairs -j AA for. J. F.THAELL 315 5TH ST. SOUTH. "HOME OF t.-D. CLOTHES" PHONE 1160 Province of Alberta jDate of Sale October at 10 a.m. Place of Sale In Front of Secretary's Etzikom, Alberta iDESCRlPTIOX-or PltOPBRTY Ho. Hamlet Wan No.' Part of Section N. E. X. W. N. W. N. B. N. W, S: B. 'N. B. M'. S. E. S. B. S. N. W. S. W. S. E. y.. B. S. W. 8. B. is. a. 'N. H. "S. W. W. ,S. E. W. is. w. i's. w, :3. K. W. E.' Vt. N.W. Lot Biock S. Tp. a 5 S 7 7 16 16 16 17 17 17 R. .M. 18 19 20 20 21 32 19 10 20 20 S 5 r, U 5 19 6 6 163 ino 160 160 160 160 160 152 160 J60 760 16Ct 156. 15S 156 ICO. 160 1M ICO 160 160 160 160 ICO 160 160 160 10 Destruc- 'tinn of Supple- Nox- pa! mentary fous Taxes Rovenue Weeds and PesU 4.85 15.43 S.37 20.52 S11.12 5.29 5.29 5.29 11.18 5.29 AHREARS OF TAXES t Hos- Hall Wild Total school Editca- pltal In.wr- Lands Arrears Taxes tional Tascs anco Taxes of ...Taros "40.C4 Costs 38.50 55.6S 46.00 0.66 4.56 1.S5 6.17 5.29 5.29 35.14 49.21 47.05 022 5TH ST. SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, 'HONE1444 6.61 5.09 11.12 5.29 S.37 5.15 19.40 6.49 42.74 40.1S 40. IS 42.SO 13.87 12.H Ailoiticn: All it 1401 OC Rsn. 4 K. H, 2! U 2 4 !50 31.15 11 .W 20.2S 34.61 51.09 H.M 21.27 S.37 8.39 11.12 11.13 ll.OS 11.12 5.29 5.29 36.S6 37.55 33.38 11.52 41.52 34.17 6.35 21.16 14.70 18.69 50.63 THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST The season of the year is now- with us when we mast pay attention to wanner clothing require- ments. WARMTH, COMFORT, STYLE, DURABILITY and ECONOMY must well considered. We can satisfy you with .our FALL WEAR. S IkJl GOOD SUITS Good models. Good values............. SUITS Solid wool, solid values ;...-._...... No better 111 the West at the price. FALL OVERCOATS Your choice of 11 Pine Coats. Sizes 34 to 40. FALL COATS See these. Neat and stylish............ Harvesters! Paddedi Price WOOL BLANKETS Full size, full weight. Per'pair MEN'S UNDERWEAR Medium weight. A Pel- suit MEN'S JERSEYS Pall weight. All sizes.......i'.. SCHOOL SUITS Hard wearing; .Priced at BOYS' SUITS General purpose. Good values BOYS' SllITS F.or Sunday or Monday. BOYS'OVERCOATS and extra well made. "THE STORE THAT SATISFIES OR CHEERFULLY REFUNDS" ;