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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER 29, 1920 THE HERALD irs.. LAmaPeach Gets 'Nicked' (By1.S.K.) Mr. Editor: me a .woman of few words bf. I Ret so mad at times I Just gotta ill a spill the lit the catsup ruu wder it lUtetii. Frank Carvel's railway commission ar.d me have struggled along without LO words passing between us. Ho went Us way nnd 1 usually stayed at home. Ills 50-50 boost to C. P. R. ei al didn't jnean nothing much to ine. I it llfce i -in a "don't till Xiuas" parcel, i. jltm't rigger my surprise was dew yet. But them days aro gone. 1 went to the centre of the universe lass wqek, Lt was a. case of from nick to nick.. Every nick left a Ho la In my roll, larger than which at 'i'nd .time requires a rubber bond to keep it within1 due bounds'. I .was on ray way to Calgary and I' an pack minus several beans 'for which Mr. Csrrei is held .'.directly responsible. loans; the ticket wicked >flkd smiles as I could liitt fiii-i iiililiu giiUuu cagu. i ;har io.feel pbrljjctly free aud easy Jn our deallries: says Calgary and rt- rturri plea's, -'and Clipped a 8 dollar bill .ac'ross She says how jraany. J. jue.: 1 lelt the old ;mta and the kldV to home. Well spja 2 [more beans over the hump. 1 repeat- ed. wh'at'I. she counters Its Mrs.' Peaqu for this free pass fyour talklng-abd'ut. Since when.! Read the Then; I sent a wireless to Frank Car veil 'and Co. iff' lips lasted ,liberl'd licked. a" sulphur match, and I 'could a-licked: moat-any C. P. K. offl- clal within reaffc of my umberella but RECOVERY Abie Curative fe 'Power Vegetable Chesley, Ont-4 "Before asing LydiaE. Pinkhanj's.Vegctible Compound i waa pains in my sjdes and wo j not regular. Finally I gob so: weak; I-could not go up stairs without stoprJingito rest half: was alf hid as usual. I went away from the my roll, and 1 sees that McSwIney wasn't the only ono who .would ha en a hunger strike, 1! tbat "return" part of my ticket was going to hi used. Well, 1 walk to the chair car and put ona foot on the step. The con trys to Jl-Jits me from my i was to much [or him. 1 Bays "Nuthia dolu." I waa planing I Just did this as a counter attack. 1 ain't Jolng to ride in your old chair car. He looked it me like i as It he was a statute ot liberty, an J'I hoofed It to the flret class carriage. 1 got reading that iuall edition of yours and between fending my skirts from a guy who was eating a trying not to be enticed by Scotty with his chew in guin candy peanuts and ee- gars. I. most forgot my troubles. After awhile 1 got hungry to I cast discre- tion to the winds and headed for the buffet get my buffets. 1 com- mitted that' menu to I added it come to J1.65 with- out cross multiplying. So I goes over it again substituting boiled Eggs for steak and got it to and puts In my order before Frank and Co could get In another'raise. White wlngs.'lett m'o Ip brood till I reached over aud started to imv a bone somebody had lelt anil then lie comes urnnning. Saying sometlNg about no soup tomorrow at this rste. But let tbafpass. He brings In my order after ering along with the tray above his with a look on his face Hie a man chining the bar for the 20th couldn't" fool' rrie there wasn't enough bisculU tc make it that heavy. Well I slips my hand under the tlddie to get me my toast. It was cold and -dank. I began to have a hunch that ho- was making, me the j victim of 'a.' rummage f says this back to life ice chest I am sure I ordered he won! When he come back with the hot toast my eggs and coffee .would have bee'ri barred from Steuffansons diet. I know when I am licked. ;J paid the sco'ro and left a nickel to ehowl admitted defeat. I sot to Calgary I walked passed the Pallicer like It .was a cab stand. Bat of course I had to come back so I goes and interviews the sleeping car "wick- ed." I can tell you hov many screws nnd bars they is in it. I counted theni and read ail the information on a ac- cident insurance policy. While Mr. Eealtie was having his nalm .telling the the lunch coun- go easy on the butter.patties, rinally I got.in a sunbeam and shut of the lighti that he was paring'his nails by and he looks up 'surprised like. I says howdo you'.iio, I've kiiown you a long, time .but we have just meeU That Joke was to for him so he.sayBj'.'What Is you'll have to ask Frank was in charge of tliat booth. He says you get your ticket for Ponaka at the next wicket. Well I how about a for Ho goes out and unloads three truck loads of trunks nntl conies hack and when he seesTm still hanging to the ropes, but a little ieft but uppers." Well how abodt puttlii On a extra car.1 There's.two on now bctweer- Pantagos and you.we are rushed to death.-Well nothing for it Miggered I had to .tike the upper, but Til raak'e beelieTe I was a sick woman so visioned I might bluff PAGE NINE Vl ftjA T Aid Swimmer FREE fcble Salt THE .CANADIAN SALT CO.UMITED nn somebody oat of their lower.'I slid the 1.? lass '2 had and h'eld mv breath. arid to health-_______ ried, jam, '-pioUier 'of two and: 'hired enjojf health. also found Vegefablei.ponspaund 'a great-help' fof my my babV Mrs. No. t, Chea- It hyrdljriaeerrtji possible th at there il a womlaflVui who will con- beyond contra" a grand old medicine baa suffering Biedicine in the chicken feed, my Matched my camisole, perfectly j and passes through: (Jhe .door, A policeman made- me olip and 'then the, iie took It jroni .nie and allj JiaoJwai half of It lelt, so Ulilns it on. and...fbnghi Jack Johnson a three minute round before I could.get into the .car. I sUrta rby. up to find my berth. As usual I got miiec and There was a fat man who said he'was In up PW 6'iind 'to gel-tone 11 otit'of'his nest So'I-goes In.search'of'upper nine. I found it and cllmed In.tfsing a. bald tiead.od dome as foot hold for. Lhe last he'eye. i' V I am going to practise tmdreeaing In a tnmk rith.the'''IId'ldown.. I bumped my heai 16 times by actual count. I never knew why the C; R- uied so many Ipdtan names on their sleeping carsMhe one' 1 was In I'd Bay at a guess was'called "Tomahawk" bor-ius It m-> I'D say so. After I got Into was hlrsty and hollers for tno Porter to bring me a bad to holler sev- eral the guy In upper '6" that dame don't shut up ;'ll turn the fire hose on her. That made me so dum mart, I uses my nmbe'rellu as a parachute and cast of. 1 lit on three feel, my own two and one of a Temperance worker. He says Gawd dang something or other, and I says What .-a- minister, Bays on second thought Madam It was only the beginning of my evening's de- votion. So 1 let that pass. Of cgurse headed the 'wrong w7ay 'and wound up n the smoker. Four men fainted and tbe other choked on bis tooth hrusb. I gets my drink and sets down in the )nly cbair vacant. Those guys come :o one by one, and as they saw I was still there only one .bad a relapse. He ihuts his eyes and says brutal since got the vote, anything. That started the other guys talking about the referendum and 1 chimes in, and we disgusted boot-leg- gers Drs Druggists and Perceptions until we got to Aldersyde, and I had Lhe smoker to myself. I prepares to bunk on the seal there rather than tackel tliat upper again. But Jack Johnson come in it hot and heavy. But he was good on the argue. He clinched. It when, he'sed "Mrs Peach" didn't you pay for that burth. I says Indeed 1 did and I suess I'll get my money's worth. So he placed the scaling ladder nnd I started the ascent. I stepped .on his cap when I ,was half way up aud Jamb- ed It over his eyes.' I'm a respectable married woman at .all times. Tbe goodshlp ".Tomahawk" heavy weather. H creaked and groan- ed all nlte. 1 never slept a wink till we ties up at the dock in Letlibrldgc. But Just1 as I was receiving.a' ctyficiuo from' Frank' Carvel! to balance'our account Jack Johnson throws my boots Into my berth and J woke ,l So f clum'dowTi 'C.S.B- aullics'and hoofs it to home and wash- day. But that tariff raise look all the Joy out of my liBsen t 'got Borne of the greatest dope on ,ihe liquor question while presiding over tbat Mock Parliament in the smoker. I'll tell you about It some time. Say when does the Hallway Com- mission's term of office expire and is they all. 1 bet they is. inter- marriage with the C. P. }t. some place. How are you going to (MRS.) I AM A PEACH, FOG LIFTED AND THERE'.-V WAS RUSH OF: SHIPS UIT LOMBARD Ip good condition, in Ontario 'baskets. Special) N-. ._.., i Each V. 'pAhTLETT Unwrapped', 'in good' TKIS'lS POSSIBLY YOUR LAST CHANCE TO BUY PRE- FRUIT AT THESE PRICES, Phone 1766 230 13th St. North 'NEW YORK, Sept. lift- ing yesterday of n fog which for'three diiya hnngvover Now York harbor re- sulted of the heaviest days.of shipping thai .Wew York-has csper! enced. l than Elity..arrivals were re- ported by marine observers at' Qimr- auyne, many of the ships having been delayed to' seventy hours. .Upper picture shows paddles worn by the bather; lower picture shows the- paddles in action. Ther de- vice Is popular.at English b.Kliliig beaches. Ten-Roomed House Rented At Cost Of fa Tory Optimistic About AkOit Fields EDMONTON. AHa.. Sept. 25.-When the problem of separation ol oil from I the oil eanda lying to ibe north ot Kd- i monton bus been solved nil iii sufiiclent Quantities to (apply the world for 600 i years .-.vll! be released.- This is the opinion by Dr. H. M. Tory, principal of the University of Alberta. In tho course'Of an address before tho Calgary board of trade recently. Dr. Tory stated that a member of the fac- Uty of the university has ing on'tne problem of separation far ten days and that If he continues to mate progress-as rapidly as he has done hitberto, the problem win be solved In six-weeks. The oil fields north of-Edmonton, the president of the university believes, 'contain the bodv'of Oil tja bfi fDUIiH in Ihc. world. Cuticura Talcum FVtxiAVl Always Healthful SC.I ith Uuhloe.fcced- iugj or i'jj Piles. Kc surctest atlOR tcqaired. Claimant wJt rilieTeyoo 0004 aHcr.l OWL a a'J 'ets, or Bates i ODL, onu. frw H you inmd K r a wl la. to jt PLUNKETT MAKES APPEAL TO SINN FEINERS IT la imperative that every aarioul- turist form a eouucl association with a progreselvo Banking Institution. Tbij Bank is BttaralatW prodtwtioa by providing a bread eervico for ambitious fanaora. Any ol cur 40O hrcaobea can roliablo Information ca to kots and eldpplis fscllitjes. (u UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch t also at Cardston and Barons C. C. King, Manager LONDON, Sept. Associated'- Horace PlUrtkett, the'..advocate of domin- ion home rule for Ireland, has re- entered the Irish controversy with' an appeal to the Sinn Ftincrs to abandon the republican idea and accept his pojicy as the only solu- tionW the Irish problem. ALBERTA FARMERS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF AID CALGARY. Alta.. Sept. J120.000 has been guaranteed this under the Livestock -Encouragement] Act of the province, and it IB eatlmat- j ed that a total of will be Wan- ed for the year. The money Is belns! 'iff? ami used largely by farmers to buy milk I FOWLER'S .LOGflNBERRY.ORflNGE, LEMON.RflSPBERRY.STRfiWBERKY, CHERRYflND BLflCKBERRY. AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS OF. UNKNOWN COUNTRY 1 Great fbp Picnics .House Rapbics etc. R. b. FOWLER SCO.LTD.< N1an.u.f t Sept. Taylor, an engineer of this city, claims to bo the Inventor of a .heating device that will .bouse for six cents per day per room or ?18 per month for a ten-roomed'.house. At a recent demonstration of his de- vice several promiuentcitizeus attend- ed and expressed opinion that thfe invention wouidiv-Teyi'iIu'lionize 'the heating the city. Two devices -were shown. at the demon strati on.'One consisted of a gen- erator, or tank ;conUiinlng five lubes enclosing Iha .special element whlnh Is. the system. Water circulates arouiid these, producing steam, which enters a boiler, and is distributed through radiators. "At 'the this would bo uiore expensive than 'Mr. Taylor p'bintod out. "Before it could be used the power rate would, hava to come down. Prof. J. W. Dorset of the ManilobajUniversity, has examined my system and Is very much-ia favor of It. If the city would tako his device for cheap transmission of powe.r, we could reduce the cost of electricity! and enable cttlzeus of Winnipeg to heat their homes by turning, a: switch, at less I hart the price coal. This system means 'substituting' electricity for coal heat the boiler..-. FOR SEVEN DAYS -JOHN BARLEYCORN WILL NOT PURSUE JIMMY MORAN Sept. j photography will largely feature tho j work ot the government pilots under) .Majdr.C. llclJiurJn, D. S. C., operating I seaplane' station at Jericho Beach. It is planned to photograph j any area on which the government) wants data aud specifications.] Stretches of country whose geograplit-; cal.peculiarities are unknown because j not heretofore accessible, will be I mapped. j Tile station at Jericho now com- prises a staff ot eighteen men and six machine's, ji.the .first flight will likely bo to Kumloops, following the Fraser ami Thompson rivers, making note of waterways, lakes, rivers, etc., that would be available for landing places. Tentative plans are being rriade for a long flight to Prince Rupert; a dis- au'ee of six-hundred miles, in the P-3 ype seaplane, equipped with two 3S5 if. P. Rolls-Royce which has a j cruising.Vadius of 750 miles. j LANDLORDS WHO RUT BAN ON CHILDREN Septr mlnlator df labor for .Ontario, in heref-ycstcrciay, said tbdt'.nny request-that It'ho niado a criminal roffensc for -landlofdB to rc- fusis dwellings and apart minis 10 pco- plB-. Tilth, would' mebt: with sympathetic "supporf from cial government.--' IN SHDINS MOSEY HOMt This batik has facilities safeguarding yom ie mitlaiiccs by either mail en cable. Mouey sent (o Kritisli Fiance, Italy. Belgium, Serbia, Greece, Denmark, Koumaiiia Sweden, Norway 01 Ask our Manager for particulars. The Royal Bank of Canada E. MacKdy, Manager Lethbridge, fit WINNIPEG, "Sept. "Follow Jimmy Is not the title of a popular song but the dry advice of R Winnipeg, police court attendant to those who suffer from a consuming tbirst. The drunkometer registered Jim- my's 26Gth Tlsit when he appeared In court. "It's no use trying to escape lie lamented. "Bottles of booze pop out ot the thin air every time 1 walk down the street. I don't need money. John Barleycorn Is always pursuing me." Jimmy had been In court thb day before on his 265th charge of drunk- enness. It was his first appearance for six weeks, the longest period ho has eyer remained' away from Cent- ral Station. The reason was that he [had been working at Fairfleld, Manl- jtoba, I "Give me one more chance and I'll go back risht away (o iny he had pleaded. The magistrate consent- ed and Jimmy rushed for the railway station. "When I got half-way to tho I rain botlle just forced Hself upon me.' he said In explanation ot his ap penrance. "As I passed art acquaint- ance on the street my eyes were drawn to a big bully of a bottle pro. trudtng from his pocket. 1 doti'l recall exaclly how it happened, but If seem- ed virtually to jump into my pot-Jtel. "If you'll assign a strong bodyguard .to.me, tp escort me to tho train, I'll yet away today for sure." The maglslrale decided that a! though It Is not divisible by thlrtce; the number Z6fi was unlucky. Recausu he had no money'to pay the JS (ine, Jhnmy went to Jail to serve a sever day sentence. i STRIKES DROVE HIM TO SUICIDE NEW YOHK.--A ICIIK SHOCcnsion of strikes drove Albert Minis, 1711 llni versity rivcnuo, (o sulcltlc. After bo had shot himself ,fn thn balhrnoin nl Ilia hn'mD, his wife tfllcl that lie tind jlpat o( contracts within Ibrj rinst Iwo montlis br-cause nt SIH'KCS. He was nn uleftrical con- Canada's Sea-Conscious Spirit must be developed MSCDIT SALT For Constipation STIFNOINTS Limber Up After Being Subbed With "ABSORBING JR." A due to or .1 stiff ankle, tiie result of a or a stiff arm, because o! a be relieved of pain and stiffness, by the use of "ADSORBING JR." Many people who have limped and suffered for ye-irs, now have free ol their limbs, since Irealinir themselves with "ADSORBING JR." This successful hoine treatment gives prompt relief -from Rheumatic Pain, I.umlfafo, Sciatica, Inflamma- tion of the Joints, Weeping Sinew and Lameness and Stiffness. N'o matter what else you have tried, get a bottle of "ABSORBINii JR.'? relief it give you. 51.25 a most druggists or sent by W. F. VouNG, INC., Lymati Building, Montreal. 37 The Merchant Flag of Canada Must Fly in Every Port ;in the Empire. "The Sea does not the Sea Binds" To develop our Sea Heritage, we must send choi_-n and trained our most able business make preferential trade agreements with other nations in the Empire. And we rnustmake good these trade agreements wit} Canadian Ships. The Navy League cl Canada Cut Bn More Tobacco for the Money Canada's best buy- the ECONOMY Package ;