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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1920 England Harvests Wheat Crop LONDON, Sept. Mail.) XVith bread selling at 2a cenis a loaf end soon to be raised to 30 and later perhaps to 35 cents. England U tula season the smallest wheat crop since the early days o! the war. Production o! barley, on the olUer Uand, will show a material Increase, over that of the last few years. The reasons for this state of affairs, according to Professor James Long, a agricultural expert, ere government control and beer. The rrlco ot wheat and oats Is regulated, but no restrictions have beeii placed on that oi barley. As the market price of barley is exceptionally high, farmers planted that grain instead or wheat and oils. Professor Long shoiira that since 391S wheat has by 000 acres, or more than one-third of the present area, while also im important' bread stuff, has fallen'off by acres. "On the bisls of he says, "this means a loss 01 bread-grain some 000 or sufficient to feed persons, It Is a curious com- mentary on the fact that tbe barley crop has-considerably Increased, and consequence beer has 80 far occupied tho position oi bread." The country ban fewer cattle than In any year since 1803 and less sheep than the average of tho 10 years from 1501 to 1913. The decrease In cattle since last year is more than MIO.OOO head. DUBLIN HONORS ARCHBISHOP MAN1X THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVES' MANITOBA WILL HANDLE HOOZE BUSINESS, IF THE REFERENDUM CARRIES W1XXIPEG, Sept. to the Manitoba Temperance Act, October 25, condemns inter-provincial trade, it is announced by the provin- cial government. The amendments, roughly, providfe that traffic shall be taken from the wholesale druggis by the 'pjfoYliiclargorerivmeati at the last sess'ou of lie legis- s'sts arc teimiited only a limited 'siip- lature will be proclaimed a I if V'1" ue to a tho referenda to be Jaken 1 BOTH CANDIOAT6S CLAIM VICTORY; Colo., Sift. thi: Cflprad? primary election held day both leading candidates, -for. -.rSi Republican Louiiuatiph (or Unite'i States sonator claim a victory :An official ''count' raay be'necessary: In Democratic vote candidates wkh the Non-Partisan Leage woi over Simon .Pore Democrats. Above arc shown Archblshop Mannis and the deputation from Dublin, which visited London to confer upon him Ihe freedom of the Irish city. Lord Mayor O'Neill, of Dublin, Is seen on the Archbishop's left. AMUNDSEN'S SHIP CAUfiHT IN i j NOME Sept. RaolJ Amundsen's expedition Bhip. Tho Maude, which -left this port nearly two months ago bound for north pole, is caught in the Ice about 20 miles off Cape Serge on tho Siberian coast, according to info) ration brought liere yesterday by Capt, Hec- la, whose fishing boat was also ice- bound near .tho Maude, Capt. Hecla Bald his vessel, being of light draft, worked Us way out after being ice- bound near The Maude for 10 days LIGHTS and By F. C. ALBERTA NIQHT Alberta Night: Above, a million mystic orbs at peace Set silrer-hued amid the velvet blue, Powered with cloud-dust, light as fleece, And the solemn moon ashining gently through. Alberta Might: uuuuu near i ae Mauoe lor lu days Aioeria isigoi: but that Capl, Amundsen's ship was Below a world of calm, save for a still fast in the ice when the fishing boat left. He said Captain Amundsen hoped to free Tho Maude soon and continue bis journey. BORDEN AND ROWELL CAN'T ATTEND MEETING LEAGUE OF NATIONS OTTAWA, Sept. A likely to be made, it is understood, in the personnel ot the Canadian delega lion to the first meeting the My of the Leagta pi Jettons which meets in Robert Bo Sir I ff Doberty and N W ftowelt, it wa? At first staled, would compose tbe .dele- gation. There is now donbt if either Sir Robert ot Mr Rowell will be ablo to attend aid to far as at present de- termined, Canada .willibe represented by Sir George Poster Mr Doherty with a third delegation. Tho appointments, however, have not ycl been officially confirmed; Influenza Makes V v-. The Hair Fall Out DELMAY'S FRENCH ?v HAIR TONIC BRINGS IT BACK' We do not say it -will grow fcair on a bald head, where the roots are dead, but In the case of the 'flu causing the 1 hair lo Call out, then Delmay's French Hair Tonic will bring It back, it it can be brought back. Whore the hair has dropped out on account of sickness try Delmay's French Hair it Is daintily perfumed, and an ideal hair dressing. It feeds the roots, removes rtanuruB and makes the hair full ot life. Price, 31.00 a' bottle. Sold by one druggist in every tone. S. JACKSON 4th Ave. 4 5th St. lone coyoto Whose piteous wall speaks solitude and And now and then the soft sweet note Of some far night bird happy In its wealth. Alberta Night: The black lake's ruffled deep ReQects sky-lights that- ever, dance and. fjat.._ Lite restless .youth. grating cattle creep Silent and-dim in shitting silhouette. Night: Tho south i Ind sighs. And from tie ______'li._ .-S T i Shines faint soiAe cabin's solitary ;t's light rest rsyi lall tie senses into Amid a beauty fathomlessr-Alberta -F c a THAT Have jon one' If not why not' Every successful man has had a goal toward which he worked cantinnallT It, yon eTer hope to attain success of any mast have one, too. So pick ou'f your goal now start im- -raediately -to work toward it. The A report from Paris states that In all probability women's skirts will go higher. Wonder if they mean In price Packing house workmen in Chicago are said to be wearing silk shirts. Per- haps the high-priced beeves and porfcers Insist on it A friend of ours has a Terr wise boy. During our discussions of pub- lic questions Little Herbert Invariably listens attentively. One day last week Herbert's father corrected him for some misdemeanor. "But, daddy did you not say the When Gas Is High Buy This Car and Use Less OEVERAL years ago our engineers designed, our workmen built, this car for conditions today. owners in Canada1 are reaping the benefits of increased service at decreased cost If-i, -L, 'i i'.-.-r' are'writing chapter in Canadian autpniobiie nistory. an average of 31.88 milu to the gallon. A Mineota, farmer ports the high average of 34 nliles to the gallon. Over roadi still partly frozen, A Toronto business man drove N. owner drorc to Kitchener and back, making his Overland 107 miles to the gallon. A St. Hyacinthc, traveller covered 630 gas mileage 30 miles per gtllon. 1 Just now we offer immediate deliveries on this Canadian car of comfort and economy. See it today atour sales rooms. P. M. McKINNON Lethbridge. Phone 740 LYLE HOLLAND i Office and F.ctoria: Mmnil, other night that you were In favor o[ tho right of self-determination l replied the son. for There are pleasures great and rare At the Lethbridge-Cosldale Fair. We urge all our innumerable read- ers to attend the coming Coaldale Pair. This is a purely volun- tary boost. Tho relief of the manage- ment in knowing that it bas the sup- port oi this column is pleasant to note. It la not always those who live the most that lire the fastest. islers' prolonged absence from home next year are insuperable. There Is hardly a doubt therefore, that tbe con- ference will be held in London as here- tofore. DAVIS TO STAY ON JOB tspt W. Davis, United States ambassador to Great'Britain, will return to his cost London, probably before the No- In 4 Trip A cros s A merica Essex 4 Tim ?s Breaks Record Carrying U.S. Mall between San Trauclsco and New York it sets a mark for con- sistency of performance and reliability never equalled by any travelling machine. FIRST ESSEX San Francisco to New 4 days, 14 hrs., 43 Low- ers Record 12 hrs., 48 mins, SECOND New 'York to San 4 days, 19 hrs., 17 Lowers Record 22 hrs., 13 mins.: THIRD Sari Francisco to New 4 days, 21 hrs., 56 De- layed by storms and Sunday r oad congestion entering New York. FOURTH New York, to San 5 days, 6 hrs., 13 This car took a longer route and also ran into storms. Yet it broke the former record by 11 hrs. and 19 mins. s! mtas ESS" Ca" over You have the praise of close to owno rs to guide you to the Essex 'its rec by ntlnental record-made lerson Kane, Limited DISTRIBUTORS FOR HUDSON AND ESSEX CARS PHONE 58S Some sage points out that the auto- mobile industry is a powerful boon to labor. It provides employment for thousands of people and reduces the number of men looking for'jobs. Some people across the line seem to think that the Irish question Is pure- ly an American question. THE DEACON SAYS That a fellow's soul needs exercise 1 to keep It In healthy condition. One wouldn't object v'ery stren- uously to swallowing one's words pro- vidlng it would reduce the grocery hill, best side of a man is not always on the outside. r Thus far we have not noticed any events at the Olympic games in rum- running. But-it's a. that i. 'Windsor man will be an eas> cbam plon. The- difficulty In suing a woman all the money she wants is that there isn't-enough coined. A VERBAL VICTOR Arthur J. Johnson, the well-known Philadelphia lawyer, makes no attempt to conceal his poor opinion of the skill of physicians. His boast is that he has twice silenced their flow ot slock phrases and worn witticisms when, as he puts it, he "sank so low as to call 'em In." Arthur was onco diagnosed as be- ing in a "critical condition." Thereup- on, he demanded a the forlorn he said, 'that two of you are less incompetent than one." The consultant tapped, hammered, auscultated, queried, tested, kneaded, and otherwise 'went over" him, and at last, looking wiser than an owl and more expensive than a Pekingese, ask- ed both Johnson and the regular phy- sician whelher he should say right there what he had to say. That pat- ient's invllation to frankness was cor- dial. said the crusty old party, trying to refer In humorous lone to Johnson's formerly expressed op talons and tho other doctor's treatment, "111 he dog.gones if I don't think IBBTO are too many old fools around here." "An said Arthur, which J always concur see in the same room two members of your CALDER ANTICIPATES HEAVY EMIGRATION TO CANADA FROM BRITAIN LONDO.V. As- sociated Hon. J. A. Caider, Canadian minister of tlon and who haa ftul concluded Investigating the immfojrv tlon conditions of Hrilain. assures tkt people hero lhat tho prospects at farmers emigrating into Canada irtfe nerer brighter. Women domestic. workers and farmer laborers, he said, are'cerlaln of fiood employment witt the return ol normal conditions. Mr. Caider looks confidently for British Immigration Into Canada again far exceeding that from all other count- ries. vember elections, It was said today. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE IS NOT LIKELY TO BE HELD IN CANADA LONDON, Sept. As- sociated Arrangements for the next Imperial conference are still Indefinite but tlio Canadian Press Is xble to stale authorltallvoly lhat the aopo of Ha being held in Canada is not likely to be fulfilled. Tho pro- posal failed to obtain unanimous DC- coptanco by the dominions and tha difficulties in of British mln- M Ea .an ChsvioSet cars giving in daily use, pixsye that the Building eveiy transportation EVERYTHING FOR THE AUTO SEVENTH STREET SOUTH ;