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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PA OK "THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD tt'RDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, BRITAIN PROVIDE LIKE FRANCE, FOR HER SHARE OF BIG LOAN YORK. Sejvl. Canad- ian -Wall Street Journal stales il is utuler- stooi] aiuoDs leading.Xew York Ijauk- ors tliat Great UrUaia's sharu of tho Anglo-French loan is practically pro- vided tor, aiul lUat .-.Then tho date of arrives, on October no ficsutial arrangements (will be jictvs- sary except the redemption of the bonds at the oliite of 3. V. .Mor- gan aud Oomt-rmy. "No tleiails ure availably.'' the paper, ".is the matter ir- demlal berweeii the British. Tix-asury and its agents ia this couutry, but ihe bankers in close touch wills Hrit- isht financial Ucaliugs assert thaT in addition to accumulation of croiiits on this sido, Kuglaud has beon mak- ing continuous large purchases of Anglo-f'reach bonds ia tho open market for several months past. the of such credits and I'utvbi'.evs is not known, but it l.ielunT-tl in be well over'L'. i he weakness in sterlinc hus been due to thv jiurcbato of dollars on tho other side by the Itriifsh Treasury fur this pur- jvte. lu adrtitloti, Ore At llritam ship- pod told curlier in the >'oar which generally ucderstood to be. In her Anglo-French loan j futida Lore "Xot ouly has Crcat Britain [iro- t vided for share of loan liut i il Is Leins suid in 'nkiag circles [that the French Eovenitueut obtained i some assistance from her ally across lise Knsliyli chamiel in getting to- gether the which Franco has. or will hiive, to meet as her share of tho obligation." CarveDToHold Sittings In West1 SUNFLOWER GROWING IN A MAPLE TREE o OTTAWA, Sept. Chief Commissioner Carvell leaves for the west en Satur-' day nigbt to hold the regular autuum sittings of the board in provinces and British Columbia, he will be accoiupaifled by Commissioner! B. The most important matter to come before the chief com-: mlsslonrr and his Colleague in the west will be application ot Ibe rail-; ways for a -10 per cent. Increase express rates- One silling of the board has been held at Toronto toi deal with this application and it will', be taken up at practically every point- where the board sits between 'Fort i William and Victoria. t When the board returns to th'e east n! tbn end ot October it Is probable! tlial 'several sittings will be held at j various points before the hearing is' .closed and it is improbable that judg-: .menl can be given before well toward i close of the present year. JIIDDLETOVVX. K. Mary G. DeWItt of this, town is exhibiting a horticultural curiosity. It Is a sunflower with a three-foot stem and a AT SUNRISE (Tpld In llaulety-blank verje.) frost mahes Ihe slubtle sparkla lu the firy morniug BUU; AuiJ the wheat bunflles are M'et, And heavy. And The creiv leaves the quiiu Reluctantly to feed them v- To tin Valtlti'g mousier. v. Open-Jawed and emply. Tue men light flayers. cougU, and wash ii: ]lcy think oJ I The old east. Where beds aro uiid Wliero fhe soap is Kulry, 'Aud the Sizzliog bacon atieiils the crisp air. black roffoe, steamiug. Aud biscuits, hurriedly wised. j Away over tho fields A iw of slouder. stiiuing olevnlors, llapidty (illiug up. i Greets tho anxious fanner's Thp tivTiks links in an Kndlcss chain. Suddenly The wtistle calls to forks. The monster grinds its teeth, And the day's ruu begins. Everybody -seems to- know that j prices have the store-j keepers. SATURDAY NIGHT THOUGHT sufferer how Chomc cWoet (0 "rough this l.ifo WMi thorn llfi ftllV I but once. If, therefore, there be any 1 kindness that 1 can show, or any good T i iil.ti 1 Lttn auu'i, nii.i bw" 1 tried remedy I.heud of ji can do to any fellow being, let me! big flower m bloom, growing out of the 'trunk of u large maple tree, some distance from the .ground. The theory of Middletown garduers vho hare examined Ihe (reak IR that a bird carried the seed into the tree. The Ontario Municipal Electric As- j sociation, meeting in Hamilton, adopt- I resolution favoring Ihe Govern- ment's taking over of telephones. SAYS DRY TERRITORY .IN U.S. IS WETTER NEW are some of the results of prohibition in fhe United States as reported by the New York World "More whiskey is being made and sold than six months ago. "The dry territory of the south is wetter than it has been any lime since prohibition by state legislation became operative Ln the various commonwealths. "More corn whiskey is being made In Virginia, North Caro- lina, Georgia, Tennessee, and Ken- tucky than ever before.. without anj- success, until the race for the last woril was get- i i ting hot. Hubby urtd wife were fun- neck and neck. "You "1 didn't f" 5 "You 'i "I r The pace was plowing. ''Well." flashed hubby, "one of us tvfo is a very capable But there I is one thing which prevents mo say- 1 ins which one." "Modesty, I retorcd Sun. THE SCORE "For when the One Orcat Scorer comes lo write against your name, Ho Hint you won or lost- Hut bow you playrt Uio gnino." JTor Inat Crunchy Reskness ana tnat noney-toucnea Flavor HAVE SEEK MWE FOR 14 YEARS IK A BIG CLEAN PLANT AT LONDON.ONT. WITHOUT THlS-ShWATORE THIS BAR IN RED INK IS PRINTED ONLYON GENUINE ORIGINAL KELLOGGS ;