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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHgRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1920 People's Ftorut VIEWS ON PROHIBITION realtor Dallv Herald. y1 tbe returu ol F branch for Prov- cf whli-li comes tnrovigh j legislative assembly, %ve have I etrlXtng figures winch llie vite- J 5? and irulherl> women will regard Ijtt e find (his statement: "Infantile children uncit-r ont? year of ,V lalliug 1560." (The total deaths for province aro only We hare '.6'note appended: "A large nereeut- j ajo of liu-ise children died from pre 3ntable and causes, which be' avoided if (he parents pos- p Used more knowledge ol the hygiene DEFENCE STATION Croin the sunie tablo we iitipht deaths records! from c.vd acute alcoholism." Cue pnutiral compared to twc hr.r-.drc-d .If ureters, tn the phraseology cf! .i'lir proWbiilou propagandists (wbor icldentally would do veil co ccpyf interesting, womanly persuasively j 1 JitelJigent methods of Mrs. McClucgj statious at Shoreham, on the Engtish coast. 1 A their propaganda.) on a concrete fl Let me add, this., I had a ruau coma i my house vrith bottte of stuff vrliicfc he paid -lie poured two glasses ;ent to tho tap and drinking his. lor some Mater. sel doing this I poured some out vthe other glass on my hand and! force of multiplied though .I've been in the Bowery in piled imperial and municipal ew York) I never smelt anythlbs i parliament" administered by orse la the way of liquor. My vls-j plethora of officials, continually In- ?1< tor wouldn'i It however, creasing iu number, produce In lhat took his hottlo and wenj off J German nation suffering ifrom -quarter of an hour iater he return-jthe tyrannical activities headed bran 3 quarter of an h -M and demanded omiLg rather TLH ;M hadn't got it. I c his-bottle, ;rte when T told him opened th? doer and .'Idold him to get out. As T did ibis his; rlend iu the car shouted here's your Lottie -under bishops) if two drinks of this' T hooch can this con-! And oannot we mcn ana womGQ isn't it better to stop trying to! Aether lo create a condition of pub- .n toniespun rJam'k-lagara and 'teach, humanit'x fijor of harnionT in persistently jin'd with hi el scltrng our ft insurance which comes from bouse'm order and substracllng ,and quiet confidence that our ratller than aMlns ba" to ijcaveuly father raaffe al! things :3 fjtui, lhat notwlthstanains our self- late Dr. Abernethj. s axivice to Ci. .vlll from the bcgraniuB and the multl- hls students was. "EemoTe the .cause abuses of all those things remove tha- cause.1 mate to set'us a perfect I raasaofihe abuse of liquor ahty, of selfishness, of greed and i has been placed over and Vind made water into wine, (It is and want tu sa.v this was non-alcoholic wine-! childhood and now while just a the best evidence is to the haTC and "-'ilrarr) for. among citlwr reasons, the inflated prices are still 'iW 'that if this hospitable provision PuUmE thel1' tnousands together, tha bad not been available a yoiinc and woman find them- would have sufforsil from the af-iJelT" nm one ,whit the better for scorn and criticism' of her fellow increased wages because in- in I creased costs of living, housing and ".Uvonieii. To remove m; And many OTCD and women' are "o'n'OE ''.'too proud and self centred to realize lhe raeu anl1 '.ho'w sadly this selfishness cuts quick of patiently suffering hearts ;Yt-lnd minds of .And some of us old parsons (they all of them happen meets, let tha recall COIM pn lawyers who have had action. or fifty years moving A certain number qf wealthy ir.div- all classes and conditions of corporations there are and experiencing the sorrows t- sadness of life among others as as ourselves, find that these new repeatedly new efforts to sub- iVVstitute. acts of .parliaments for the fear of God which Is the be- named because ol their j and contained 'chaff aud unmtlled j grain. They are frankly jubilant overj their escape 'from "the iiolshevlattc That has preyed It- Constipation !s Relieved Relid LIVES PHiS CARTON rarely fail. Purely Tegetablc act wordy but ly on tbe liver. Rcliere after dinner rr.. litre tkm; Improve the Price unwise We have arrived at one of those of history in which the need arises for some one to "create- not (to It all. elect their own the representa- tives don't persist In compelling one (mother to act up to their election! pledges act! start doing It as soon as I of vi'isdom. have heen simply ijiiitting on the neck of h'jman- -ity which they are not able to_ bear which, have -chaos with _ eventuated in the presently t iu tbe labor world end else- where, and which. can never be put always must be, because if you de- prive a man of keeping what he has gotten together, he will cease to get together more than he personally i needs. But sarety as a whole The Joy Of A Perfect Skin Know the' joy and happiness lha[ conies ilo one thru possessing a skin of putily and beauty. The soft, dis- tinguished appearance il renders 'brings out yotir rjaturalbeauty to itj full- fat. In use over 70 Gouraud's ;Orientai Cream To Remove Dandruff Use Delmay's French Hair Tonic '1 gtiarantee Delniay'R Frenrh ''i 3-Iaii1 Tonic to remove It .5s a string antiseptic Rnri cleanter. It and urllliancy to the hair. ,-j bjiiiR daintily it makes an -i'leal dresainR for mutt, wurneu iiii'l ciiilrf-'ftti. 1'rfce. u botlle. ..Hol'l hy druggist in every .-i7; -K. prescription specialist. 4th 'P Atv, ii Mil St.. phone Advert, hasn't gol to such a degraded ccndit-j ion as that. No. the power of the ei- amplo of Christ, if all ire so called Christian's would get together and real- ize that as a human family TVO had one Lord, one faith, one baptism, that our indivualitles are-necessarily very varying while our conunon OD- jetttya was .the that each one counted; .that .while ohe! fcpuld worship God fn one form, anbttier one found himself pore helped by anoth- er forn, and )hc other credit for trying conscientiously to serye their Maker, we sliould assured- ly the "touch not, taste not, handle -which was a bar to oTery Gentile ir, hygone centuries, was not being perpetuated or added to in the churrli cl Christ and therefore each and all instead of abstention (unjus- j tillable Ihongh that be) from any form 'ol worship (as millions do today ab- stain) we should have-an to all -.vho worshipped 'Christ! in sincerity. j Why should I, who have staunch! sood friends among Roman Catholics, Presbyterians, Methodists, Saltation- isle, as well as my own church, be asked to tell them all that they can- not enter Into the Kingdom of Hea- ven because their -faith is not my faith. That Is a question asked day by .day and talk round it as one may explain, its fallacy as one. may, it neeils -A direct repiy for very reason's sake. The recent conference in England did much which may bring us "near-j cr lo one another and so nearer but (his new 'teat of prohibition whether an example to others as a means to an end, or as part of-the "religion" (which means binding our- selves wit! be n rnc-ans of allll further alienntinR many, of confirming waverers hi their doublfu! altitude, and ot giving further color to the old sfory "the Church of England is a churcli for the well-to-do, who can pk-ase themselves." Instead ?f lending our aid to this new eleventh commandment, have not the v.-oir.en as well as the men quite enough to do for tbe present to start In prohibiting the existence of lark of knowledge which causes tlio dealh nf 1.5CO children rather than lhat which causes eight chronic or anile, victims of alcohol. I loathe drunkenness, bin I loatliF- wholesrtle child murdt-r more. Yours faithfully, li. U. T.EACnOrT. Use Cnticnra to Keep Year Hair Froni Falling -nany times hsvc barbers given this advice to men are 'oiiiig their bair because ot dandruff and scalp irrilaiion. At night rub Cuti- cura Ointment into lite scalp. Next morning shainpoowilliCuticura Soap and hot water, A clean, health) scalp means good hair. CtilicuraSojnSc.. Oiotmoit 25 and Talcum 25c. CsnaHian duties. SoT< For sample each free address: n. DgpU K, B Mtoa, U. S. A.I For Friday-Saturday Selling on which you can save many dollars COAT SALE S39.00 25 garments worth to Unhealthy soil kills the best of wheat. Unhealthy gums kill the best of teeth. To keep the teetri sound keep the gums Watch for tender and Weeding gums. ThisisasyinploniofPyorrhca, which afllicls four out ol five people over forty. Pyorrliea menaces the body as well as thc.iecUi. Not oniy do the gums recede and cause the teeth to decay, loosen and fall out, hut the infecting Pyorrhea germs lira er the body's vital- ity and cause many serious ills. To avoid Pyorrhea visit your dentist frequently lor (oolh and gum inspec- tion. AnduseForhan'sFor the (nuns. For'nan's For the Gums will prevent or d.cck its if used in time anrt us'xi consistently. Ordinary dentifrices cannot do IhiF. Forhan'a will keep the gians firm anil healthy, the teeth white and clean! Start using it today. JfF.um-shrinkage has set in, Forhan's according to directions, and cotifult a dentist ira- special treatment. 35c lad 60c tubes in Canada and U. .S. If your druxRisl amnot supplv you. send price Irj us direct and we will mail tube postpaid. S, LTD., Monlital CUnED OF BOLSHEVISM Soap Clears the Skin Clear tTXDB, -Otireil o( EdlslicviBiti" was Hie niianlrhona Benll- i rnont cf seventy German workmen Iwlio have just from Soviet Kusst.-.. Tliey Me piirt of a conipnn} i which inlBralcd two months ago. They j tbGy forced lo work fai a i factory and wore given ft diet" of bre.id willed, iiicjr declared, looked like FORTHE GUMS nt for an.1 sk Jt relieves at oncn grartu- y heals Ilio skin. I'Ot IJlutment H mention Ihli J SClic! for fKHUKC. a iiT A Pure wool polo cloths, 'velours, chin- chilla? and, tweeds many smart and becoming, alyjes; coiors bjown, rein- deer, burgundy, hlue, taupe, etc. Sizes 16 to 44. WONDERFUL VALUE At THE PRICE. SUIT SALE Special Two -Day Sale Splendid grade serges, n few tweeds and worsteds in tlie lot as well, colors navy, black, burgundy etc.; sizes 16 to H; very special values for two days only. DRESS SALE Worth up to Serges, jerseys, duchesse silks, taf- fetas and poplins just about a odd lines to clear in two days at a bargain. THE FINAL LEARANCE of all Yard Goods continues with greatly reduced prices 65c Vclta Flannel ,.49c Cretonnes Cretonnes S2.00 Cretonnes 75c Cui'tain Marquisette 56c Curtain Marquisette. .75c Curtain Marq'te. .94c Fancy Floral Linings, Dress Goods Dress Goods Velveteens S2.75 Velveteens .All other lines similarly.. And in the very beet assortments within your reach are here presented for.your judgment and approval. The woman of today U good judge of a good judge of a good judge cf stocks in geiteral, and of qualities in par- the verdict that it brought iu from cay io day by the woman who careful of these stocks' with those of other is that they as in previous seasons, far and away in the lead, and easily comparable for beauty of styles and variety of choice with stocks they have seen in cities many times larger than Leth- bridgs, while prices are'-strongly in .our favor to the extent of '10 to 20 per cent Smartest Trimmed Hats up to On ule and Satur- day only, n iTDreicntatiTO dlnplay shown fn pur' window. The showloe of Hftta oomptiiei abool QRf ol Use lakst and most al- tractive models of the sou, all arc exclusive French pattemft ttod ajl are confined to this store for Lethbridse. Just one a kind; Br.tra special value.. HANDSOMELY TAILORED SUITS Finest of Series, GabartDcos, Tricotines, Broadcloths, VelouM, SilVer- tones, etc. Colors brown, reindeer, taupe, grey, nary, burgundy, black etc- Slsw to 44. RICHEST FUR TRIMMED SUITS Beautiful garments, every them, made of very best velours and' broadcloths in colors navy, brown, tiiipo, eic.r trimmlnga of Hudson Seal, taune, oppossum, etc.; splendid .range ot-all the wanted sizes.: VERY SPECIAL VALUE COATS Coats that are among He popular sellers and pronounced by1 women .who have looked 'round as tae very best values to be had anywhere.' Made of pure wool polo cloths, silvertpnes and velouTs in colors brown, tan, reindeer, Uupe, grey, blue, etc., and sljpwn In a big variety of styles. PLUSH COATS ILL BE POPULAR AND WE HAVE A COMPLETE SHOWING IN PLAIN A NEWEST CRUSHED EFFECTS. upto Plain black, black with beaver plush collars and cuffs, latest crushed plushes 1n tan, inole taupe, grey and various other cplora, self or fur assortment strongly featuring tbo rtcTi Eports which are in niore'pppular demand than ever tliis season A WONDERFULLY DRESSES Sergea and trlcotlnes, duchesse and menseialne silka, satins and foulards, tricollettos zeor gette etc. Easily double the variety from.-whlch to choose that we hava featnred other 'seasons every rao right up to ilia prcaent minute styles ill pleali. Etqu iacket aud over 4npe effects. Sizes up to is. Jaeger s Pore Wool Underwear again for sale in our Underwear Section After rm interval of several seasons we have been able to procure this line, of ladles' and children's pure wool underwear and selling prices are the same as in other cities all over Canada. UNION SUITS sizes 20 to 32. Priced at and Suitable for boys' or girls' wear, all to UNION ladies' sizes, fin- est of pui'e in following styles: LOW shoulder, knee or ankle length. HIGH ankle length. 10.00 now ready for your selection You will not find the right corset by casual shopping. The right corset of-today knows correct body propor- tions and an unconscious grace that gives no impres- sion of corsetry in the finished silhouette. We recommend and guarantee Gosaard Front lacing Cornels as the corapic'to expression of modern corsetry. A model for Every figure at a price to suit every puree. Full and com. plete range of sizes to 86. ;