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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOtfa She Xetbbriboe fteralb letbbrtoge. Hlbertn DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor! and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED KS Street South, Ltlhbrldgo W. A. BUCHANAN and Managing Director John Torrance Bminees Manager Audit Bureau of Subscription Hates: Psily. delivered, per Dally, by mall, per year S.CO by mnll, Jor 6 mouths 4.25 Dally, by null, J months....... 2.50 Weekly, by per year.....1.5'J Weekly, by mall, per year to VS. 2.VO gist will wolcc'ine this. At tha present I time, in trying !o do his duty honest-tj iy, he may be apt to ofteud customers and lose business in other lines of goods which he principally caters fur. The government vendor, with nothing] to gain ?r Vise by pieasinj; or dlspleas-! [us applicants for liquor, con freely use his discretion ia making note o! the particular 'individual and sizing up whether the prescription Is gen- uinely one for purposes or not. he has full reason to have his suspicious justified he caa cuke uole ottos.individual who carries the prescription and ot the doctor who prescribed it, for "future use and ref- erence." The statement of the Premier, that JTHgI LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Do You TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is the okapil What makes the house-fly a dis- ?a5e carrier? What was tha biggest animal THE BYE-ELECTIONS The victories of .the new Cabin Ministers in St. John and will renew the lease of lite ot th government. It is very rarely tha Cabinet ministers are defeated in byi elections in this country, and the n cult therefore Is not a surprise. Most constituencies like a represen alive who Is a Cabinet member, espe cially when the government is assur ed of power for a year or two. The feel that more favors can come fror.. a Cabinet representative than from a'private member. This'would b particularly the case in St. John wher grea public, works are in d party left by motor "for Blair- more. Visit Plncher- Greek (From Our.Own Correspondent) PINCHER CREEK, SepUSO.-rFrem- :er Stewart and party visited Pincher Creek on Monday, afternoon. The party consisted and Mrs. Stewfcrt, Hon. C. MJtchell provincial treasurer, -Hon. A.. J.. Mc- Lean, minister of public- works, Geo. Skewing, M. P. p, and, Mrs.. Skeld- ing, and Mrs. Kennedy, -MacleorJ. The ladies were entertained to af- ternoon tea by the ladles-flf (he f. 0. u. h. The Premier and Mr. Mitchell visited'the public school' "and high school and addressed the pupils on the importance of a gfmi education and urged on their youthful hearers the splendid opportunity they have of. acquiring a good education'and the necessity of becoming good Citizens. VVo understand the premier and his party are touring1 thif. south, country m connection with (be telephone ex- tensions and that they ave continuing their trip via Waterton Lakes. lon and Lethbridfie. We welcome these distinguished visitors" and wish them a pleabant loumoy-and safe re- turn to tha Capital City and earnestly hopo our respected premier'and his tonoitrjilile.council will set to work and Instruct the officcrs-'of'th'e law1 to enforce the present liquor act. To Give Luncheon (Special lo The HeralO) nAYMOXD Sept. 21.-Premier Charles Stewart. non. A. J. McLean, minister of public lion C t. Mitchell, provincial treasurer, will he In Raymond tomorrow'to Inspect the new school of arrlculturn. A lunch- eon to the premier and tho visiting call i mil Ministers will held at nmm at tho Raymond hotel under the auspices of the Urarrl of Trade The: school of opens tha fall session on Oct. S3. _ Only a slight sprinkle of rain FOREMOST Very wlnrly weather for a week has delayed harvesting operations sonie- what. Had It not beerTfor tho wind, threshing would Have been pretty well completed this week around, here. To the south and southeast, threshing is getting nicely started." PJNCH6R CREEK PINCHERUr 20.- ONLY 350 ON COLEMAN LIST COMJMW, on (he sntrt of Sept. heavy nrnj en ti voting T.1H TJbt bo uinjijik, Threshing fs in full swing with ideal weather, wheat running from 18 to 25 and 30 bushels No. 1 Northern. Oats are running up to 67 -bushels to the n.cro. CARMANGAY 'From Onr Own CorrosDcrbaent) CARMAXfikY, Sepl.'.lS.-Thresh- ing has been making rapid progress during the week and a considerable quantity of wheat has been "delivered at the elevators. The yield per does not seem lo be very well estab- lished as yet, the reports of varying greatly. The sample U ex- cellent and practically all the wheat is grading 1 northern.. Mr; Fagg had a good yield and his crop-went 2o bushels to the acre. Mart Low's went 24, nnd Mr. Peacock Is running around the marie of 30. MACLEOD MACLEOD, Sept" practically over, with the exception of a tew late fields, which with laterf frosts, will giro a yield of grain) or good green feed. Threshing Is the1 IS O Cowley Heard Famous Author ning the people of Cowley bad a treat In the form of a lecture by Mrs. Nellie McClung. Mrs. -McaunKiBpeaklog on any subject is good to listen lo. but this lecture- oil temperance was espe- cially interesting and was full ot pop" from bediming to end. Her clilef stand Was for the welfare of tlie happiness ot the wife, the Interests of the children and -he comforts of the home, none of which eilst as long as tho'money is sent out. of the province for boot" They say, "The truth hiis hard." A few left the hall whoa, Mrs. McClung ataWrt facts which they'evidently did apt r-ilish. At the close the mett- M. PJM ._ after the temperance Interests in This district The Yemaiiis of the late J. M EaBt- erbrook arrived on Saturday afte noon from Denver. Col. The tuner ssrrice was held in the Presiyteria church which was filled to capaci with sympathetic friends and mourn era. The death of tais respected citlze marks the passing of another of lers pioneers.' Mr; E. A. Elton R'U4 family ha' moved to Calgary, where thoy w m the future reside. This family w be especially missed in the .N'ort tork district, where'they have 'raue for many years. Since going I Calgary Miss -Ada Hton has taken position in the Bank Montreal, r Mrt. McEwen'was called to Leth bridge last week receiving word tha it was necejsary to operate on h< daughter. Aggie, who is, at the Ga hospital. The operation Vas succes tul aid the patient ia doing well Chicago, who ha been .visiting Miss Mary Drewry a the 'Glen Ranch" for the past month left Thursday for her home. 'Miss. .'Margaret. Kemmis. .ot th Onion. Bank staff, is spending a fe days in Calgiiry. :Stra, Ernest McEwau, of Blalrmofe with her two children returned horn last Wednesday after having been th guest or. her mother-in-law, 'Mrs. ilc Ewaa, tor a few days. The 'glowing picture that Rev. Cam enm painted In .his description o Cowley is enianced these days. Drlv ing along the highway one sees a pic ture that only .the West could por tray and moreover, that only the las prairie town, the one in the foothills could portray. Stretching 'awayi fo miles are tho golden fields of grain the stooks iu their rows, fonain winding trails that lead away to th gieeiilsh-brown foothills above whic rise the majestic purple peaks nui spread as a back ground or canop for one of our glorious and gorgeou western PICKED UP IN PASSING __TUESDAV, SEPTEMBF.U 21, 1020 tereon Palmer. Limited. The fac- tory Is to Dedicated in the province tt OriAhcw P O K T H E.B'D S Y MAN REPORTS DUKE OF CONNAUGHT IS TO MARRY LADY ESSEX NEW YORK, 18.-A spec- ial' despatch from London to the Evening Sun is authority for the statement that the former Adelc Grant of New York, now the wid- owed Lady Essex, is engaged to be married to H. R. H. the Duke of Connaught, uncle of King George. The engagement, its'cor- respondent says, will shortly, be Lady Essex Is remembered by Americans as. one of, the most charming of New York debutan- tes 'at the'- time she was married to the Earl of Essex In COX BfiOKE HIS PET TOOTH ON A VOTER'S PLUM SACRAMENTO, Sept. Ing babies Is all very well, but when a candidate has to camnle a voter's fruit, and breaks off 5 front tootn, that fs something else again. Governor Cox Is In a position to give firsthand information on subject. He cracked one of his pet front teeth today on a California plum. But he took-his medicine like- a man when Dr. C. A. Webber repaired the damaged incisor. s order of Ihc day and every .available machine Is working. Very lltt'le grain has been sent to, the elevators or mills as many are ton far to make delivery from tho separator to the elevator. Some say tho returns are oilier, that -the yield la not up to expectations. CARDSTON CAmjSTOX. Sept. 21.-Threshlns Mn full swing In this dlstrir.t and at Haley, ami splendid yields are in Coleman oulv S5fi TV- Prolonged applause at the Trades nd Labor Congress, nt Windsor, recteil tha address ot John Dav'id- M. P., national organizer of thn Poundcra of Great Uritaln, when e strongly mlvlscd against direct ae- on and advtaeil tho use ot liie ballot The Rev. K. Allan occti appointed reviser for the refer- endum by Judge McNeil. BXl'ECT PINCHER CREEK TO GO "DHY" rj town finished Saturday last, all voters register, en. i nc drys are expected to mako the bsst of advancing thoj, Mr. s cheers must inipir-asaiitUmi in the W Soo- to the labor agitators in Hie Dominion. lal I.cagv.a n Wednesday ev- lening ni-xt, being Tt-norlM. The Mennonlte. col. ony at Raiey is threshing on s 600 flelrl of spring wheat which is yielding close (o 40 Ijuahcls to Iho acre. President Wood starter! thrush- "jS last Saturday anil his .wheat is yielding aroim.1 tho 35 bushel mark. L. II. Jellift at Haley (hrcehing 32 bus IP. s TOimcrfallow and 13 bushels on In crop, Pew fields of wheat will run less than 20 bushels to the acre. Dozens of flolJs have been cut without frost which the owners hud no! nipccted would make more than fowl, and Itie result Is that this district will ship much more 'Heavily than jiad been expected. All sown In .Tiily for foed having ripened, silos arc being fijted sunflowers, bo j.j.j-5 m of In this district r.ost Haying Is a'1- most over ami thousands of tons of fjrrt upland hav have been uut UD by Beauty Blessing to every woman, but good health is vitally important Attention to liver, kidneys and bowels will improve, beauty and health. ate a boon to women, be- cause theyregtdatethe func- tions of all these orgatw without any irritation1 or dis- agreeable effect A new ten milliou dollar hotel wi! be built iu the heart cf Montreal. Edgcftoh" Castle, novelist -and slior story Writer in tlie detective-ficttou wjrld. died in Kugland on Saturday. Tlie McHugh lirothera fariu, soull- ot Calgary, will yield iCO.OOO bushelb ot grain tote year. A Baltimore complained court she eurunelled to .use au umbrella as protection against battei. balls .whenever she passed a. city ground. _'.'.: For the remainder of his life, a 'E year-eld 0., man. convicted of killing his father, must sit in soli ary cohanoineut In the penitentiary from November 2Sth to December 3rd each year, for prayer acd meditation A deputy sheriff at Philadelphia wlio has- evicted many families, re- sisting Increased rents by landlords is now facing a similar treatment, his own rent having been raised 420.00 a month, .which he refuses to pay. A twenty-stbrey hotel, owned by a syndicate Chinese, will be erected soon in tla centre of Chicago's loop A lease for. 149-years was taken on a small plot of land a total rental of nearly five, million dollars. A man accused o'f striking his wife .vas freed-'In Buffalo court when it developed 'that physicians ahd ad- vised bring __. __ been insane a. _Because'his" fiancee quarreled with him n Detroit restaurant cook insisted that if she wanted to become his wife fihe must-, tike. put. .the marriage 'it cense and have the ceremony perform- ed in' Thoy were mar- When Solomon Hirschherg. Chicago ent on j vacation ha intrusted hia private liquor, stock, valued at J5.820, (o a friend, who had never touched a drop in his life. when he came Vack the liqiior was gone "I lost the teetotaller friend eiolain- "H in court. An Important industry, Involving Lhe expenditure. of most ot which IE British capital, is to be estab- lished in Canada in the form of a new match which will by the English' flrhi" df'Maguire, Pat- him that a. slight, might her to .Her senses, She 'had of Quebec, A memorial to the MoGilliTary town, ship heroes .who In the great war will be unveiled at West McOillivray fair on October 1. The memorial wil't consist of a graulte base bearing a life-size soldier'figure. Manuel Moyerhoff. proprietor ot a general etora In the Chicago stock yards, teslfyine emuloyesa wage Lear- ing, said the employes, especially the younger men, p.urchaaed silk shlrt- in great numbers. "The young fellows between n and 25 years are demand- ing shirts that cost to he Dan McAfee.. a well-known cltlten of Edm6ntou. is threatened with vio- lent death within a, vreek. if he does not resign from his position as preei' uent of the Edmonton branch of tho Self-determination for Ireland league The threat of Mr. life fs con- tained In an anonymous letter re- ceived and which he has turned oveV to the provincial police. Both the pa- line and Jlr. McAfee are Inclined to treat the letter aa an ot his friends to perpetrate a Joke un- on him, You'll Be Surprised At the pleasure, a Victrola in the home will give, you. We can sell you every Record made for the Victor. Ask for Big Fres 'Catalog, list- ing and describing avery Victor Record. HflSOH Balmoral Hnmq of "The tho Victrola" DENMANS have out a world'of 1 character into coats of all xxol Sport coats with their perbp. bizarre contrasts open up new avenues of expression for artistry ia dress there ipptd Buiff Ihtri il i ttoniltrlvl tucM, fr hikinc oa e mtilne, HlUlltjoMl. fiil I ft Al Mtiif Mtinljw wiih hluullni rott (or A ia Iw Canadian PacW.c Railway J. QORDOM Phone 512 TJCKET AGENT ;