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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta "PAGE TEN UPAlifiS lilftilS BEFORE DM WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER Ihr T invii of K.-a- n ihi' i'.IVvV VL.U13 rights. M insufficient or nnsuital jipim-li. Fweeis and i focid. Then if only a light m.-a! j is strvtd at home in the Evening I child's nutrition is likely to sufier. I Again. Invukiasi may be lost ,sether on urcuiint of the Tear of he- lie food is tolled. Ire- dmvn with coffee- or tea, MACSVVINEY AND IRELAND (New York Life.) iH-.nce or K.I, i for .MaeSwiney. people interested jljosh s Nut-like kernels of sweetest' corn, cleanly pan-cooked, ice- 'cooled and flaked, than touched with a flavor like honey, and toasted to.a.turn. mc'iir.e enthusiasm, except _... point, Tiiat point was a reference to practicable. It is their j thiit a plan of home the plan of dominion government is prac- ticnble am! ouflt to ho -pa; through, Kuvpjrnment of the l-.mpire., Mr. I anil that the controlling disposition in liarwc-ll that in his view some England ii; to gr.-.nt it. The United j form of military authority for lhn I iiirr- was desirable, at least in matters ot" 'lt-ierit.c- and coniiin.-ri.-H: and at tlmt proricHiiK-enient a siU-isci: foil nimn hi.i autiiiinte, in extraoniinaiy contrast to the fervor with which had been apiiroving the nf his speech. Of this offeiirliiiK Mr.' lo me. IE v.'idoiv Hie iieai] and front No! iuleftrity ililKiies. it icgarded as his per- by to- at m s@ jPhyskian JapUins Why Lack Of Iron in i'M Rlocd ami Vitality frMwj Men :and -Look r.nrl I-'eel Oic! Baforo Their Tim- By a-. Xhf.. a I spor.aibln nisir. but he is Relieved to j love jiowsr for its own to, riile j rourh-.'hod over coustiliitionul reslric- lions, to play the Kamc of pnlitics f or j tiif rnitiiirittion of IMS i may j lie w ron it. but I! at i.j.idKtr to the i present disjio-ition. of 'Australia wards in1.- prime This cohl-in-winlor, v.-eit country fadf 3 out n't. variable frotpj -life and I t-'ivi's rilatc to land is rtl- v.ays the aiixitty t.f tiie' cullivatnr. iloi-ni'rcri! ilreail of drought is the !-K. lelor, In the uii.lnwrd of Australia: hut, wilh most skolclon.- in the oarrl, rjiiii-h of ii> horror i thf u and ami jnr are Int n i! The tlil'iPl'- n'. 'he v, Ausr.i-aliLiu Divsrdn nroui'ht is -m-. of frank ac- in il as phsno: pors'lutiu. ami in the j i'i be expected, at li-sst in somn aits r th- that liranci i'ii. ii'.' will tiny, dniii it vrsls a fai'i iVOUM ilji Of tlie ainaxh'f: i i-Mincral! vc rs of Auslralian nirp'l- rain. nftC'T (Iro-iclir iba! In (Ira face of tho coimiry sjif-clrf: of aslvfliv is no .'Inuiiht .nay nf roitini-- f.' Illf1 is a> r.f MiMi'V nf bones. later !l'i'! n snnt thai swfifipn i. Tills ".ill TIM Statfs cannot support the secession of Ireland from British Krnpiro. When it wa3 the policy of Great liril- ain to support the secession of the Southern States from the American Union, all Americans not themselves Seresruonists condemned that policy. Gladstone finally admitted that it wafi wrong. Tho United States cannot nmv- a policy that it cofidemn- eJ sijty years ago, but it is extremely solicitous for its own reasons, and for Lord French Virtually H Prison er in (he Vice-Regal Lodge COAL SITUATION IN WESTERN' CANADA IS s SATISFACTORY Sept. 29-fCaaadimn i something unioreiceu occurs, such as a strike, the ccal sit- uation in Western Canada is satisfac- tory- This statement was made h> B. Carvell, chairman o( the Board of 'Hallway Commissioners at tho con- clusion of a conference of provincial government and railway oitlctala Ihis morning. During toy conference fig- ures were produced showing ran- are well supplied and snffictent cars Mere available to handle out- put at the mines. .position ot Lord French as Irish Viceroy rnual be grow- ed to outdoor life and active work, MINING INSTRUCTION-BY NIGHT CLASSES AND CORRESPONDENCE CLASSES SUCCESSFUL Tho Provincial Institute or Technol- ing intolerable, a n accutom COTBtom and Art. Calgary, is offering to o 1 curolmcnt for the chum to Comi the hermit existence which he is oblig- ed to live must be utterly detestable. Dublin people realized recently how much the Lord Lieutenant lives r.part. During the great horse show week In has always been the cus- tom for the Viceroy to be present at .least two days. Whan the show WILS held tins year and where some people paused through .the turnstile's, there was no Lord IJoutcntnnfvfBihle. In the jumping enclosure there is a, special viceregal boi, but while the' stand itself swarmed with of people, the viceregal boi empty.! Could Hear Crowd Cheer Tvjen again at the race meetings of! Leopardatown, which opened the show j week, and the Phoenix Park meeting, j which closed it, were also without the j Viceroy's patronage. The latter meet-! ing is held so close to the Viceroy's! residance, that Lord 'French, in his! seclusion, could hear tho cheers of the I multiude of spectators as tho winning I horse forced his way past the judge's! hoi. Ixird French, too, ia a great polo! enthusiast although not a player him-! self. The great old cavalry leader is I now too etont for an exercise which J. requires horsemanship and agility in a special degree. Still he la fond of! sport. i Whan trw All-Ireland Club competed against Kilbrook Club In the open cup championship In the presence of a vast crowd of horsey people, there no Viceroy present. He remained within j the confines of the viceregal gardens only a couple of hundred yards.away. French's position is indeed he- coming quite Impossible. He is tho personal embodiment of the Govern- ment of Ireland, and a Governor who can not move oulside his official resi- dence without a guard of armored cars, lest he might bo assassinated, can not he said effectively lo govern. That has been Lord 'French's position since the attempt was made on his life in December last. Social Prisoner Also He is unable lo take any part in tho public life of the country, and the Eocinl life which he is able to onjoy is only whatever Is prnvidopl by the few casual people who are able to ac-( cept the hospitajity of the viceregal1 lodge. Kven there his safety is assured'only by the fact that a strong detachment I of military is quartered In the grounds, and that tho approaches, are securely kept by liarbcd wirn entanglements I id barriers of eawl-ljag's. The situation In regard lo Lora farmers, miners aud" workers In in- hss proved oC xici u to the miters thiasxiMit p In the larger mmlsj ire held under the mKnaamat of Local Sthool In oiMiperttfca with the Institute Tktmt to- gether Tith (be class- es of thg Institute apabln all to qnnJlfy fyf 'OK certificates required by the-Mputihinit of Mints of all offklils In of musing 05- eratloire The work of cnce Branch during the year verv iticcessfol as -Iwwri by tht re- of Ibe oiamiDatkias. The only succenfttl 'tor the First Clui Certiflvatei wera thou enrolled In tho Oaane, while In fho Second aid Thlri tVfius- es the percentage of ncoejilul-stud- ents was high rcraltn Rhonld prove nf litsrtit' ag asslstazice in the' technical iui- ------of theli- work inl tie 13 looking forward to UUU IVOrKerS in Ul dustry uaeful ccurtes of instruction In Thtch start on October subjects of value to them. It IB propoa-! ed lo open the 'Institute for Day and I McCUROV RETURNrNfi. Night-Class work oh Monday, N-'tivsni Sept (Cafe ber.Sthi and it'Is hoped that w who to. lake one -or mora courses wlll.-briro'll "HI least ten days befonj the opnnlng. Special attention is called to tte mining ilnititnjle '.which P B MeCarty; alnls- ler of public worts. In to turn to Otli-na tbou' tbe tad ot this week Mir IfrCtirdr l tbester, his la Col- -of Make good staves Cooking utensils. "T, T, "iiuation in regara to ixird Hest of ill! Fly KiiJpSrS IOC I I'Vecch would iirobahly bf quite .13 bad per Packet ill. ult DrURgistSi f" "ln offi'o were held by any other rt___. i._ ____I per Packet al. alt Druggists, Grocers and General Stores tr t he will j coir., i IIP j I'll OttKT-' i "Diamond Dyes" Don't Spot, Run Material in Poor s Hint or Streak The fact that ho repre- sonts the British (iovcrnment In Ire- land is (jnitc enough to make him an object of attack. Hut there, ia a growing' belief that it wo'ild matters if -Uird French would resign and allow the govern- ment to nominate a successor, or per- haps give them an opportunity "of abolishing the office altogether. From the point of view of utility. It is no longer an asset to the country. HUGHES LIKELY TO RETIRE w '-liiiimtind Dyes xv Kiinfilo tiiat .'liiv- n T ilito u'rjrn, gar- cvery- siik, linen, cc.t- results are Kuarunlcod or. dyed card, showing jmii I.O.XtJO.V, Sept. Sydney, N'cr.- South correspotidcnt of j '.In' Morning I'osl. In a cable, dispatch! jl'iililishcd today, hints at tho retire- i-on- inrnt from political life of the prime rnltiistrsr of tin; federal gov- (Turnout, William .M. Hushes. The correspondent that testimonial in recognition of 1'remlcr Hughes' service to tho Australian commoiuvMliii is hcing raised In view of tlin possihiiily of retirement. The Miircsponilent adds that Premier Hughes would leave public life a poor ;