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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TL'liSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1920 THE LETHBRrpGE DAILY HERALD Cavdston Presbyterian Minister Looks Upon Her As New and Mighty Force (Syecia! to the Herald) CAKDSTON, Sept. Robert in the course of a powerful fcernion, delivered before a large aud- ience in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Ihurch this evening, on the referen- dum en liquor traflic which is to Jjo taken on October 25lh neit, de- Voted a largo part of his discourse to ifhe new voter. Having carefully out- 3Irted the present status tho liquor (luHtioa in Atberta he emphasized aiie fact that on this occasion a new WILLARD HALL'S NEW WING front elevation of new wing for Willard Hall, Toronto, construction on which will soou be begun by Toronto District W.U.T.U. The estimated is between JIOO.OOO aiid all the Ions and dreadful stcrv of tho liquor traDU; women had been the mighty force was to be brought! sufferers. It Is true that man operation. The women of Al- j bad suffered. as well. Suffered in the franchise, and for the first tlaio- history of the they. have the right to cast their vote, and since they had tho chief sufferers through the ravages of the liquor traflic, was it1 riot a beautiful 'and fitting tbing'lhat tlielr lirst vofe; In- provincial affairs cast on that subject? In STIRS THE APPETITE TO ACTION! every part of his nature, mentally, physically and spiritually, suffered in body soul, suffered for time and eternity. Hut tho was this. While he suffered for the most part, the transgressor, she suffered in the majority of cases, as the victim of his transgression. .It was her home that was the oftenest ruined, it was her heart that ws_s the'oftenest brok- en, it was her llferthat was the often- est spoiled. The kridal hope Is the fairest hope on this but how often has that hope been curdled into bitterness' and misery through intoxi- cating.drink. ;Was there not there- fore a tremendous reason why women should fake''an interest In this and vote on tho affirmative side. Bays someone, "this question j scarcely affects me, my home is hajv- my husband is kind, my children are safe, then why should I submit to I the inconvenience.of going to the polling booth to cast my Tote where j rude men stand around and smoke and stare sometimes for hours togeth- Well, if' your home Is happy, and if-your husband is. 'if your childrenrare safe, then you have at least three things for whicito thank God. Indeed "you have three things for which you ought to thank Him for at least three times every day. But there arc thousands of homes in this -province that are not happy, and there are thousands ot husbands in ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at All wiffiout tHe "Bayer a, Kar.ichc, and for ihciimatism, wK0. Sciatica, Ncu- riUa, take .Aspirin marked with, the llama "Bayer" or you are not taking 1 Aspirin nt Accept only "Ttoyer Tablets of in nn ucbrokcii "Bayer contains complete dl- rcctjona. Then' yoii'aro getting real pro- fibribed by phystciana for over nine- teen yeare. Now made in Canada. }Tandy tin containing 12 lao- cost hut 'a. few cents. Druggists nlso sell larger packages. There ia only one You mast say .Aspirin lathe (rcplEttrcd Sn Canada) ot Haver Manufacture ol Mono- c'jli'.acldcetcr ol White It In veil Ihat Aepltin Barer to assist tlia publfc against ih0 Tablets ot COiaptay will lio ttampail wkh their general trade mark, tho "Bayer Crow.1' QUALITY' is" knitteJTnto'evcry Penman garnie'nt at every stitch, quality when you purchase I it over the quality slipinto it in the You get final proof'of "quality'in the long and satisfactory wear. Let "PcnmanS" be your guide in] choice, of Bunder wear, Underwear -THC. STJMD-fKD or tXCC-lLtHCt" Pcnrrunt Limited, Parts, Aim makers of Jlotitry and Sweater Coals PAGENWE L Hon. 'Arthur Meighen Giv- en a Very Warm Greeting at Windsor tills province ivho are not Mnd, and thero are thousands ot children In this province who arc not safe, and that largely through strong drink. Jlave you no pity for your Bister women? Are you not willing to put up with a small inconvenience for their sates? Can anyone lail to do his duty n-ith- tures Bay: "To him that knoweth to. do good and teethe tariff, and anti.contract Imtnl- past, declaring the congress emhaj.' gration law, and all trades and. labor organizations to secure proper repre- sentation in all law-making bodies by means of the ballot. The premier concluded his appeal Ized individual energy, individual fort and Individual reward, which waj bound to BW tha golden raya ot a better diy dawnlBK for the labor world of Canada. SPUT LOTS ON', GRAM hi This illustrates but one the many .uses to which Zam-Buk, the great herbal balm, is daily put. Accidents will happen, especially where there are children. should never be without Zam-Bok it the best Aid." Us strong antiseptic properties kill all germs, preventing blood-poisoning and Us rich, herbal essences quickly ease pain und build up new healthy tissue. Zam-Buk iJ entlfeiy different other olntmefiU. It ,s purely herbal and contains no poisonous coloring matter. Take no See the name on cvtry box before ZAH-BUK HEALED SEVERE CUT Mrj. J. E, Bierv.-irth of Carnduff, Sail., "My little too endcff hiifingtr. As it was such a Kvere cut, I wai to uke turn to A ooctor. but in the ncMnlinie to eaie ike pain, applied EOOK Zla-Bul. Tbu slopped the bltedin" and bim such relief Ihat he rcijedcryinj and seemed nuileatMie. I therefore dcoirftfioseeif would heal theiround. Ncit J replaced 1 he drtMioj, andcontinuedtodosoeach diy, imn; nolhinj but Zam-Bulc. Oomulele cure re-ultcd." t> rit t YOUR HOME NEEDslf FREE PEER'SAOilllOli Quebec Government Entertains the Empire Press Delegates at Luncheon QUEBEC, Sepi. 14. trust that when you; re- it will be will rocognizo o'ur pe_o- ple by their spirit of. their hattpy -disubsitions; their lore .of the soil; their devotion to their native land and their loyalty to their said. Hon. Premier Taschereau yesterday in con- cluding his address of welcome at the official luncheon, tendered by tiie Quo- gee government to the Imperial Preas conference delegates. Mr. Taschereau went on to show that the province of Quebec '.vas one few places where the rural popula- tion was increasing instead of decreas- ing. Five years ago the total area under cultivation vraa ten million and a half acres, and this year it had i reached fifteen million acres. In 1915 tlie value of manufactured products j was and this year it should attain one billion dollars." In his reply Lord Burnham said how greatly too delegates wcre'pleased for their welcome to the good and famous city of Quebec. It was vtruly. and traditionally Canadian without any hyphen -or- distinction. As reporters of news they were rc- turniiig-to conntry.with a message ot faith in Canadian patriot- ism and greatness of Canada's'des- tiny. They had taken part in the har- vest which meant.everything to .Can- ada and to a hungry world, iictnrn- Ing to tho cast they found thcriiselvoB still In tho midst of enterprise and ex- pansion. Tho vest, had .hot a monopoly of enterprises." The harmony of the two races In' Quebec won his Wdshln's admiration. The two had to make tho best of each other ami dwell on cacli other's strong points, not their weak ones. SHIP ACTRESS' BODY TO UNITED STATES PAHIS, Sept. is probable thai Ibe body of tho lato Ollvo.Thomas, tiio moving picture actress, hero late last .week, will hn shipped to New York on Saturday on board tho liner Jlauretanla. Jack PIckford, husband ot the (lead woman, and n few friends will ac- company the remains to the United Stales. FIRST TEACHER JO COME FROM ENGLAND TO -'ORONTO. Sept. H. W. Harrison Is HID first ot the teachers coming out from Kngland under the arrangement of the League of the Empire tr> arrive in Toronto. She was rccoinniflnrlGtl by tho London conn tv council and v.v.1- i-nnted a" "Brier" Smoking Tobacco has become a .Jtef-v Canadian institution. More men smoke _ -i Bner'Jthan any other tobacco in Canada, it leads in leads in value. "Brier comes in hew f Macdonald s Cut Brier same tobacco under the Macdonald standards tstablishleid i Still leading in value. MacdonaldVCut "Brier" gives more tobacco for the money n 1-12 Ib. package for per pound. 4r W.C. MACDONALD, PEG'D INGORPORA ;