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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SlXTKFA- THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER to, I3K CANADA MUST AGAIN GET ACQUAINTED WITH TEN-HOUR DAY IF 1920 BUDGET IS TO BE MET Monument to Sir George Efienne Cartser ft will Hi) li-jylii raise tests, I it iviU rtiiulro j hours of daily toil to p.-y the dc-bi ilioj 'couatry, owesr and which i( floes r.ui j wish to repudiate." ikdartcl Stewart, when ?pcakiug on ''Couth-' tlons We Fiinl Ourselves In" nt the .htacheon of the Khvants club ul (lie j hotel today. The preniier showed that there -vas i a growing disposition li; the to be extravagant iiLd shirt There was a wave of reckless siviul-i ing, followed closely by Jpmaiiiis more pay amj shorter bears. EL" -A hjk j TVUS not called soon, it would disaster to the country, (or ilic t-j-t r( j production would be EO high mm ar-' tides tor escort imrnosos vouSi! i Heavy Financial Obligations The out itou iL.'l vligle-of Canada' nnfl-r-r -i-onvy j financial olilfgatioiis, .as M'as 'n.stu.ived by budget of U would be a t2raiu on business or, and tte -couutry could only emorjjo from tbo stressful condition by th-2 co- operation ot the peopld of People should call halt on ihclr ex- rl.yJJt ifscli to where the LUOVLI- ltK> enormous heart UY Oat Ly-jfrj. ii [b lo or shorter hours of I tijiic-i as high any bf'U-r off toby iho war, while proOuciioii luis fallen uir fifty per cent." rioi'lanM ttu- premier. i Lonotr Hours It is tinio woke up to tb- i. the country will be fai-o.1 iv.t.i diL'iister if tHIb ou. Men wll CUL of MA! poor v.-j] hisiouii shorter nrs. we i In- -.vcrknu'i only r.A re- turn lor bte ial'jr and ire stc tlie LTuM.i it, ijo Lot jft- nf Lours Ul lie wj-liit in dtl 'n KOI Suv. pr-iii'1- [I i BOYS JOIN NEW CANADIAN NAVY j the re-' (jnesl of trie of naval aC- i Dealing with instances Uugo Kunis on onjoymout. Iho premier showed that from" to 1fiptQQO weekly was paid into GIWV- Ink picture theatres in Calanry and Kdmonlon. Probably Oic time '.viis corning when tliev tliiit money, nlthougli he was no; Myj'ns that the public should not these Labor Costs Increase must UOk fairly in u inantier lo labor." said Iho prenilur, "and the same to euintal- Ists. big freight invreases jast an- nounced are claimed tn have uct-n to al least eighty per on Tahor cosls. The whole problem seemed like ar endless chain, said the premier, it ras like a do.? chasing his tail. njtich wages were it j KAfSER'3 PAUGHTER-IN-LAW TO RE-MARRY I The Xcuc Berliner Zci- j lung says It has good authority for j statiiij; lhat ,tho ut I'rlncc .Touoliiui of ia has become cu- gaged'lo ITerr UuirrarJ. Herr ard Is i-uid to be a G-'rinati iviih I Inrsc faL'lork'3 ;n-.Jr IJj-auiK'iiliurg. lie wa.i formerly Kinrrle.! lo thu sinst'r SiilvatlnE. Tliu report ailds that the is visiting hiir fiance la a nil thu .ivcilding will pruLublytanc phiie as soon aij her mourulDg Is'oi'or. Prlutc Joachim cotninHicd suicide In his Tllia at last month. HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY Giliett's Lye has long been regarded as a house- hold necessity because of the fact that it is useful in so many ways, and so satisfactory in every respect that no woman feels that she can keep house without it. Makes the finest kind of soap for washing and cleansing. One can of Giliett's Lye will make ten pounds of good soap in twenty minutes. Many of Its uses are shown in booklet under the label. "GILLETPS LYE EATS DIRT" Made in Canada. 1 transportation pioneering than the j (lid paper concludes. benefit-lent consequences of its prompt decision to adhere to correct first principles will ba ilrst felt with- hi the Dominion but inust in time ei- teud far beyond its borders. Interprets Decision to Mean Users, Not Tax Payers, .to Support Govt. Roads Oklahoma, which lynched a negro one liny, proved Us Impartiality by lynchirig.a white man the followlus FAVORS GEORGIAN BAY SCHEME MONTREAL, Sept. cham- ber 6( commerce yesterday .In consid- ering the proposed scheme for the deepening of the St. Lawrence under the Inlor-Stato Commerce Commission so as io giro access to the upper lakei (or ocean- shipping decided to take no action ami reaffirmed its previous the Georgian' Boy canal scheme. TUG monument above was nnveiled on l.abm-' by Premier Taschervan, of Quebec. It is erected on the site of the old I'.irliamcnt ISuild- inss in Quebec City. IRRIGATION SITUATION Albion Klilgc. Alia., September-lltli, Editor I.olliliridge Herald: that the wheels this diicli hulf.cui. by now. Wo havo tlirca K ccs want no change at [his our miujs to "Lc' George -j! c- GWILL1M. NEW YOKK, Sept. (Canadian Wall Street Journal in! an editorial on the Canadian railway policy dec-lares (he decision oE the sovcrnment to en'ect increases iu freight and passenger rates corres- ponding to those pul .into the Untied States, is significant meauR that the government porltoirol the Canadian railways Is to he sup- ported _by, Iho users thereat, rather than by'lhe whole of the lux payers. The move. Hie paper declares, is re- assuring [u the owners ami patrons of lllR Canadian Pacific Itailway as well as to the inhabitants the'vast territory It.serves anrt'Is yet lo velop. as H Is an indication "lhat it will not have to compete with a stato system 'of equal or grcalcr extent, managed according to ipollllcal ex- pediency and depending upon the na- tional tax budget to make'both ends "Canada is even more In 'need YOUR UNTIL fE NEVER HAD A" QUF.LJEC. Sept.' 15. (Canadian 'T.EAr' Mi'lioas now use it to their utmost satisfaction j hesitation waltz aacl are just striking Press.) --Keenest r.cliniratlon for the grand irrigation -march. ,These '-vomen of Oatuida expressed yes- up Arrowroot Biscuit obJecEors canEC us to Jose valuable timo In scttins things lo a point where we. cac gc-t (o work anrt .dr.ulitless j these dribbling ilelavs are nlsasiug to our cabinet at Edmonton' wtiose chief, wish seeniB to be lo put off tiio dny when tins ditch is slartetl ;is long us i terday by MiiE. Mary- P. representative of ibo ivo- nien of England in tbe recent Inuierial I'ress conference, on :thc eve ol iier depavturc for home. "Amid very much that has impress- ed me in this country of such bound- A. said Miss Billington, before the notary Club V LetulirMgc 1 bc6n lhc coin- some iiltlo time ago settled uny'doubte i We in ;we might have had as lo where' tlie i i'la 0lcJ wo. haTe fnnlt actually lay In tho tardy flnan- elng of our ditch, lie clearly poinled out that tho Dominion ijovernment were only too to do tlinir part if I our provincial heroes only sanc- lion it. They snccJir.g up.bydly. which fact can lie borro .out by the j number of slock starved lo death in Because lie took thai latest remedial discovery of Dr.Picrcc's. Uric acid backs up into (he Bystom, causing rncumsfism, neuralgia, dropsy and many other serious disturbances. Dr. Pierce advocates that every one should exercise in the outdooi air sufficiently, and from time to t time stimulate kidney action U by means cf Ami When you have backache, dizzy spells or rheumatism, heed nature's warning. It means that you are a victim to uric acid poisoning. Then ask your druggist for "Anuric" and -you mil very soon become; one of hundreds who daily give their thankful indorsement to liiia power- ful enemy to uric acid. If you have that tired, worn-out feeling, backache, rheumatism, neu- ralgia, or if yoiir sleep is disfurlxid by too frequent urination, get Dr Pierce's Anuric Tablets at dnjff store, full-treatment lOc, for trial package to Dr. I'icrw, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., or branch-in Bridgcburg, Cr.t. hold knows only loo well." lems and diiliculties HE to domestic belp hut ours are-as those tbat tbe housekeepers of Canada have snccesEfullly surmounted. "Nowhere have: 1'ever known such delightful garden'parties and'teas as those, we bnva been so hos- pitably bidden. Perfect sandwiches, delicious cakes and ail tlie rest have boathern Alberta during ths past llicre in profusion and tbe hoa- wmter. plus the vast r.motiiit of or bostcsses have received usi irsrnmciitliayat iirasent stored in build-! and talked on the wide world affairs i mss in Cttlsory. Lothbridgo and Mecl- as if there were no kitchens, no i Icine Hat, anil other rjlacen waiting China to ne washed or any of the tire- ils turn lo go up in some or slay in j some liltlc labors fulfilled that storage until another famine. If the every woman at the head of a liouse- ditch '-voro started it would create a market for tbe bay, as a farmer can- i not pay (K a Ion for it unless famine 'drives him to it. and even thnh ho j cannot ever see that money back. My i youngest boy has been helping to put un liny on the Hyssop ranch anil be j says their soil Is identically the same as ours and anyone is a fool to try and farm it without water, as no land will bale it under irrigation and any land will beat it imilcr dry farming meth- ods. will soon be called on lo note I these bonds, and every voter who lias his interests at licart will not heal-. i tale over tbat as there Is not a satis-! I factory crop oir tbe whole Lethorlrlgo Northern survey west of Twelve Milo school lhat 1 have seen now for three 'years and it is appalling to think of! the amount ot high priced, seed anil i labor which has been expended on tbat AUSTRALIAN NAVAL REORGANIZATJON Sept.. As- sociated from Syd- ney say that tbo .Australian navy re- organization is proceeding. Several ships will be scrapped and It is pro- posed to abandon the naval' college, though this is strenuously opposed. BRIDE IS DROWNED FROM LAUNCH USED IN HER ELOPEMENT Sept. to- day pniliMi ihe honeymoon of Jobn A. .loncs. a Chicago artist, and his wife, formerly Anna Mitchell of New York, when the motorhoat in which they 1920, Siinmotu United What is your ideal of a comfortable bed spring area in .that time for no result only I eloped nix weeks ago overturned 151 I 'heart-breaking disappointment to men Michigan nnd Mrs. Jones was who farm it and llioy nro all j Jones- was rescued after fanners. I was'down through Noble- i clinging to ihe boat for inoro than Utrcel. ford to the river last week and would never believe Ihings were En hr.d. I When I started ;o break land down j Ihcro In 1007 there was only one house i In sight and I have watched those [men farm ever sinco am! they have all done tlicir beat, hut tlio only salva- jlinn for that, and this too. Is irriga-1 jllfm. In July. IflO, our G.O.M. in ir- C. A. Mngrath. in a speech' I at told us n parl ot this I district coulil be irrigated, and mosa of (he fnrmnrs Ilicro thought it inipos- [Eiljlo. iiiit he knew hest. It is possible jaiirl tlie only way lhat tills land iin-1 Lcthlirldrfe Northern Snrve.v ho prafltably farmed anil pcopli; i i won't farm long If they cannot make pay. our bond electlonj lomi's off thi-rc will nlfu nrife tlici of cleitlng n trustee lo re-1 the one retiring, and now 1 wanl' ;to ilrnp Ft him to my Iron frlt'-nts nnd confcilcralos. as that Isj j wIuTf liie cud of (In; vole lays.' Vein all know Ihe old provorli In re i to ntivrr .su.Tjtninp In the ffii'lilic: fjf (ho slrcam, rjnri whifc ifiern i jure lois n! cooil men ami true, in Dilfi; Irrigation llieve is only oi.e; end IVL> miglity liii-'sy we havo him interested in lliis li problem he is. anil only forj nils luitcnl pollllcal 1-Jilmonton bit ainli curb he has U' lie would have 18 hours, but hla condition wa8 lo be critical. Jones sail! his wife had struggled against the heavy seas for eight hours and that he finally had chained her lo Ihe centreboard of Ihe boal, but that the waves had washed her into tl'.e water. be surprised wlien you find OSTUM fully as delicious and satisfying as coffee. A w o ex before you have found it so. There's a Reason Ask your Home Merchant for SIMMONS WALDORF" BOXSPRING Msilc oftlu finest, oiltctnpertd, "n 3 frame of jeaioned rtird- and upholilcrcd with heavy oj wSue rotcon ftlt. Covcr- e.l ticlrine of excellent quality in designs. Roll edges. SIMMONS "ALASKAN" MATTRESS Drilled uith great lij-ers of fch, scientilically built l-.p ii-yiT Ky layer, and then stitehetl tufted. Fine heavy ticking of attractive .designs. Roll edges. Canada haj no Pure Bed- LaW5 but-Simmons imllcrl hag! JNLY'a tired man knows what grit it takes for him to keep pegging along when he r'just can't seem to get rested." How'many men look to their bed-springs for the trouble? The sagging, "hammocky" springs that keep the muscles every nerve oa.edge. For sound, relaxed sleep, nothing-is quite so good as the even, resilient comfort of a Simmons Box Spring and Mattress. The real 'authority on Beds, Mattresses and Springs built, for sleep is Simmons Limited. Simmons limited is the maker of these. fine Sim- mons for s tecp. And In Mattresses and Hox Springs you will find nothing quite so restful as the ones built by Simmons Limited. A Simnjons Mattress stays firm but soft. It Is scientifically built packfed with wads of filling. It is filled neither too tight nor too right to stay right. A' Simmons Box Spring is always flat and never sags or humps. Your spine rests and nerves relax. The "Alaskan" Mattress and "Waldorf" Box Spring arc great 'favorites all over the Dominion'.' Excellent quality at the medium price. Your denier will show you other Simmons models, too, at other-prices, Also Fabric built for sleep by Simmons Limited. SIMMONS LIMITED MPNTREAL V.IN-NIPEG CALGARY VANCOUVER ;