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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MOMIAY, AUGUST THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGfc Sinn Fein and iJabor Members Start They Can't Finish BELFAST, ?.--T.irivileut E'.-enee marked u BiwK'.liiiio.'tius; .Ic r day of the city, bo.-jwrition tJiU-d job petition of .....r tabbf which comprted i posed" syinimthy" with' life Sluii Vela la. i'iiil.1 les-.jnV.YCiuent, the "annual piihiiu horse !eipn. The president, it v.as j fair opened under the ausplcea of.thi lice in disturbances sod "declaring tha objert ot this resolutions was likely to be attained only the government took Bteru measures 'to, bring to., jus- tice gangs of ussasslns lu tho rest of Ireland. .League Busy Aug. the Gaelic league has been proclaimed aa association, j.viiiig to its iu fake steps for tho protection and Jieiftstatemeht of 'moi thrown out of by ui tajrcolt. I A re sol ntlon proposed by those call- fjng tho' meeting >vu defeated, after a imputation of shipyard workers ap- jjieareil and declared tint if carried the resolution thtsy jwould not be responsible for the con today: There was no In- tetference hy authorities, althdUKh it Is believed that a .year, ago the certainly have been diEp'uri-'ed by the police. Under Ihe new Irish administration .meetings of this nature are allowed on the theory iliat they .fceepiihe mis- chief. Several-speeches, "all of them in .KOQuences.. Aa amendment wis> car- ttis Irish all frankly re-. J-icd, thirty-fiTe. to ftve, commcntjn'g pnbjiciini: were delivered at the open- fho efficiency-, of tho-ralliUiry and ]io- 1 ing .'meeting. HER CASE SE1ED MARKET REPORTS No grain, or livestock jnarkcts today. -Civic holiday. Toronto Livestock TOKONTO, Aug. (Dominion Gallic; receipts 341C; mar- i'kel unsettled- owing to large receipts, Innd 'exchange1 half holiday, price. pros- ipects are lower. Heavy beef steers lf.25.lo 15.2S. Calf, receipts 652. Steady to weak. Choice 15.25 to 18.50; milch .choice, to Sheep, '-.receipts 3136. Steady. Lambs weaker. 7 Hogs, 'receipts 1944. Steady." to Weaker. Fed and watered basis se- Montreal Livestock Aug.; (Dominion TE11S OTHERS (How TTity Can Fuid Relief From Periodic Jrestock Branch) Cattle, receipts 1275, There were no. really good cat- tle tor. sale, 13.50 belngMhe top price Iiald for steers- best cows sold up i low fair .'.lots' of Bit f niMm" Brcngtii Heattfe and tagtir 29 Si. Roes St., MoymtAL. "I am writing you to tell you that raeuicino relieved me whea I hid girenup fc'ojio of ever being well. I'BIS a, terrible Buffcrer from. suiTrreil for years; Hud nothing I took did me any good. I read about "Frait-a-tivcs" and tried them. Aftertikiagafetrboies, cfthis y'ondtrful tttfditinf madcfrom fruiljaifa.lamnoir entirely ircll" Madame ROSINA FOISIZ. EOc. boi, 8 for J2.W, 'trial siie At all dealers'or send, postpaid by Froit-i-tires Limited. (Continued-trom Front Pane.) ieve it to be my duty to answer Itiat appeal to the utmost, of. my power. I hope it receives a warm and a cordial response in every part of this country. Neither side feels, or'will admit re- sponsibility. If we..wait ontil cither side admits responsibility for estrangement has existed wo tioa, by the arts of laisuage. by the duel of words they poison and inflame the mind. -In erery first conyiuce Then they 50 on with Increasing lo set populations on edge. The tension of the past Jew years KJs been their great opportunity. Law and .Order "Against thiu fcw, tiero must be set the UDiteu morti fofoe of right think- ing.. I firmly believe that the right tblnklug people, v ho wait law and order, those -who desire, the security ot properly boneitly those who want policies- of sanity and modera- tion. I believe tie conditions of the country, and, more, the condi- tions of the world demand that they together, caa be no compromise with what Is fundamentally wrong. cannot tolerate what is merely selOsli and .The. common sense of. the country must in time, -and stand irresistibly against it. 'The fortification of law and order Biust- remain -iniprcgpahle; the- other there can he no .curtailment Cor the rights of the people at tha bands of commercial power, 'or 'any other povver. The bonds of freedom never can contract r-they moBt progressively expand. Hut the liberty ,we" seek is ordered liberty-, it is the liberty under the law; it Is described bcstfof all as British liberty. government; ot. the., nation must take its stand between the enemies of order and the enemies ot liberty, Wonderful Canada "'.'This is a grand country we uiider: stand better eTery'.year what a won- derful laiid it Is. -In the richness of the .tonic -and Yltulity of ward, it moves very slowly northward. What Oanailw'S (to IB to cheer up aud get together." r About 300 guests M <.au city coun- 1 afld the board of trade of Purtug? a I'ralrie sat down at luncheon iu the Island 1'ark pavilion this after- noon In honor of Premier Mclghen. Following the luncheon brief ad- dresses were, given by Sir Jaiiies Aik- ins, Premiyr Melghen, Senator W. H. Sharp. Senator Watson. It. Rich- ardson, M. P.. t'oi. MePfceraes. Mayor 11. Melcalfe, of Portage, the mayor and Alderman Fisher pt Winnipeg. .The premier 'expressed bis gratitude for. his reception and said his speech later in the day would have no political bearing. The other speaker told .of the felt hf- the vest that a westerner had been made head of the government, and paXicularly the pride in -Portage La Prairie, his own vancement. town, in his ad- -During its five vears' service, tbe Walkerville .Patriotic Society collect- ed and has passed out o! eiistence. Responsibilities as a Nation Will Be Carried Out, Says Editor ad" and the Cmadian who are their hosts. Canada's ihllitles us a nation are to the size and potentialities ot country, said Mr. Datoe, but tho two great races from which the Cai pevple were sprung would nort tually fn (-lose co-operation, he j assured, to work out the destinies of Col. R. F. Parkinson, who was guest of honor the liaison officer ot thf Canadian executive committee and who travelled across '.he Atlantic the party, received high praise fion: Lord Burnham for his serrlces sizes too largo for them, J. W. Dafoc, editor of the Manitoba Free Press, as- sured the overseas delegates to tho Imperial Press Conference at a din- ner given here last night by the over- seas delegates In honor of t'apt. Waite and officers of the steamship Victorian on which tho party travelled to Can- ARRIVED FOR TABER FAIR QUEBEC. Aug. Canadian Canadians were equal to anr task "which confronted them in working out the destiny of the nation. ______ _ _._ __________ even when the task.looked .'several have arrived here already for tht (From Our TABER, Anjp track horse.'; fair. Also a' car of poultry to J. II. Willpmson of Edmonton. One stand holder aud. effects have alsc. been tskcn-to the grounds, and olhet horses arrived this morning. Th< secretary was so busy last night It took two men to handle the entries and'tickets. steers anil heifers for, 11.00 to 12.00. receipts 1307. Ruling prices for good Veal receipts 2776. Good lambs lots' H.35-to 14.60; common '14.00. 1SG2. Hogs, selects 21.50. Small picked lots 22.00.' Montreal. Stocks MONTREAL, local sto'ck market, was .dull almost to the point of non-existence, this morning, 'alty paid." During the first half hour scarcely any I .Didn't Talk Politics Breweries weak-! Hon. address- anil: Brdinpton was ing-a non-political gathering of his never get anywhere. Hct the question ot responsibility go by and let us lopk to the future. '1JTho peril of every nation has been a loudency.to divide on lines-bf racc.- 011 lines of religion, on lines of social caste, on lines "oC occupation. When the 'tendency gets too strong, the be- ginning of tho end has If we do not come together.' and reach a better understanding and' a better unity on things thai are vital and'essentlal-to the slate, .there will be a licavy pen- 'olly iu .climate, in the wealth of its abundance'of its'minerals that makes for the xi'iii prosperity and virility ot a nation we what _ Quebec of the opening -anti s'teady'at the featu vanced; a; point" in the: early trading. other issues for the.'most part, being riot quoted. to honor him oil his 'elevation1 to the', premiership, and did not talk politics. .'surveyed the national -conditions.- in 'broad way and appealed if or .'a closer." spirit of _ ___ co-operatiqh'flm'ong all classes. Tiie took premier eipresBcil his Mrs. tie'buying today, to', "thankB for the reception hav'e the best and biggest- of the taken areas of earth. Our trade has expanded; oiir wealth has multiplied. In the rate of Increase we havo sur- passed, 1 think, every country in the world save one. Our population is growing; .the achievements of.our people iu every field of human enter: prise peace 'and war, have- aston- ished even ourselves. The -distrihu-' tiou of our wealth, though far from ideal, 1ms undoubtedly improved, if there JB a country in the world where there is less poverty than in Canada, I do not it is. This is truev not of one class alone, but of all. Permit "me to'suggest this' thought, and 1 do so without reference to may in the past have gone wrong on liaes of policy, but we never got very far wrong. ;or we would not he where we are today. Remember, that while -civilization moves iiorth- ALBERTA 5 per cent, demand savings certificates ALBERTA 6 PER GOLD BONDS How Are You Investing Your Savings? Province of Alberta'offers two if There is No Investment Safer or, splendid'forms of Better.' ings Certificates de- v mand, paying-5 p.c. interest com- help you to pounded -half-yearly. build up a Savings And Ten-year Gold Bonds, paying .Gold Bonds are the best form of in- 6 p.c. interestjayable half-yearly by Vestment in which to place those .coupon. Savings. Alberta Gold Bonds may also be obtained from any recognized bond-house In the Province of Alberta. ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO DEPUTY PROVINCIAL TREASURER: H6N, C. R. MITCHELL, Provincial Treasurer. ;W. V. NEWSON, Deputy Provincial Treasurer, Parliament Bulldlngc, Edmonton, Alberta. 41 the V.he'at marliet. At, flrat scattered ng' on of commission houses .led. :to XV mi every i month for two, years I had such pains oJten filnt 1 aod have id ie'avo'--.-, ('schbol. T had such I pain I did not know Iwhattpdo.wlUimy-, self and'tried to I many remftlies that I were of nodose. -1 I read about LyduiE. I Finkhnm'a vege- table. Coropoondl in the Bewipaperi landdeeidsdtotryit, that Is found relief from pain and ted to much better than I oso to. girl I Cid Ijtell tiem 1 how Lydia E. Wham'l.VewUbla i Pinkham's Vegetable .Cam-- pounn, from native snd fcerba, contains TO liwtia. ,THe reanon manj. writs LydinE. Pinkhum Medicine Mass., tor advice, is hccaoso from their 40 experience they havo a store of wbicb is invariibly holpfuL ;of kny important fresh'.'liquidation.; cau- tious.' Initfal'.quotatloas" rang- ed from 8 "with December 2.08 'and March] 2.08 ,to followed 'by a well abOTe Saturday's .Oats which opening to: lower with Septem- to 07% .and to. the Later.some Improvement in specu-- iative but owing to affair amount of hedging tho-'ex- treme gains in urices were not held. There was an' unsettled close, 11-2 to 2 1-2 cents with 2.13 1-2 and March .2.15. i Bar Silver NEW silvery domestic 99 foreign' S3 3-8. -.-Grain Shipments Aug..: total aniqnnt of grain'which has been ship- by way of tho .Lachine up to.the "end of July tliis seasoit, shows Ln decrease of S78rl07-bushels, tbe same period last year.' The total amount -tp'date this season is 883'busheip, against bushB.ls to 'the same ilale last year. In the matter of for the month just was an in- cre.ase'cl bushelst'over July ot last year, the figures being given them. :It was Portage Prairie, lie said, which gave him his first real start in 'life, and hero was bis first home. ..lie. could 'not- regard I the demonstration as an endorsalloii of his government, or of his political- course, he said, .bul rather as au evi- dence of personal .'friendship. He ex- pressed his the presence af Sir James "Aikiu and .Premier Nor- ris. "My. still arc ninihly front. 'and he said. Medical science knows how serious la the sign of bleeding gums. For it knows that tender and bleeding gums tho fore-runners of Pvorrhea, that, dtead disease which afflicts four out of live people over forty. If. the disease, is unchecked, tho Bum-line teeth decay, loosen atidfailouljOrmustbecstroctcd to rid the system of the I'yorrlua pri- sons generated at their which seep inlo the system and I lie heal In. They cause rheumatism, netvovs disorders, anaemia, and many other ills. To avoid Pyorrhea, Visit your den-, list often for tppih and gum inspection, and use Forhan's For tne. Gums. For-- ton's For tho Guma will prevent Pyor- ihca of check-its progress, if used in lime and used consistently. Ordinary dentifrices cannot do this.. Fortran 3 keeps the gums firm and tcclh white and clean, xStart using it today. If gum-shrinkage has already set in, use Forhan's according to direc- tions and consult your den list imrae- tltalclyforspcciaHrealuient. 35c. and 60c tubes in Canada'arid U. S. If yolir druggist cannot supply you. send price to us direct and we wili mail tube postpaid.' [aire FOR THE Guks bushels respec- Twenty Refused to Unload Mu- nitions for Poles at Danzig 'WARSAW, Aug. Twenly British soldiers, 'assigned to Hie iask of im- cargo of. war.niatci-ial con signed to Poland, have refused to con tiniie their work at Danzig', 'according 16 Poles who have arrived bore from that city. Eighty soldiers were de- tailed for tlilsxduty and the 20 who revolted haVo been r.rreslcd by the by acces- sion all men in .jmbltc life are spoke of the'war and what it meaiit to. Portagt; homes. The vrar wag hut there was need for a "tot ,of real patriotism" before the happiViosa of the years .returned. The war developed eih'doniica of unrest Grievances were in- tcusifiedU.by suffering. Kslremists in somercountries'had brqught: millions to poverty and "death. "Even-on this continent and In this forces of destruction are at work, I am afraid we are blind ii we do not believe that they are a lol stronger tharr they were, and that tho menace is he said. should he (juitik to remedy in justice wherever injtistice.nppears. We :aniiot all agree as to where injustice loes appear. What one person Uonest.- y tinnks is right, another person lion cstly thiuks 13 wrong. 'But we shcmh more alert than ever, to examine both as to citizens Find govftrnrhenl every grievance-that has any rea fonndnifon. We should do so in a lib era! and generous spirit nud not too selfish about class rights. -Remem- ber that one class'or group is just about as sincere .is the other and every class thinks that every other class has the advantage. That is the dislomper of the age. The imperative duly of the hour is to vigilantly seek out and redress all just causes of complaint and whenever in the fram- ing anil enforcement of laws there is doubt as to where tbo linn of justice lies, givo the benefit to the man be- hind. "Dul experience has laught-us that the removal of Injustice is not itfiolf enough. The idealist may talk as Jio will, the theorist mny pi-ale as 'ho may, but you can not get rid of the enemies to Jaw and order by mere forco of ccmilablo laws. Make your laws as fair aud as just as human dom can devise, cnfrvce them as irn partially as you will, and the slate may still be in danger. The order of Ihc British commander In lhat port. Sympathizers with tbo dock workers .who refused to unload tho ship upheld the British and pro tested against their arrest, A' great crowd assembled-' later .in tne region of. thc-prison where the RoldlcrR pro being held and there were .rumors tha't.jw.o British: soldiers were killed while guarding the men under arrest. Supporters ot striking dockmen are. to he violent, as feeling has run high slnco the Bullish have- taken .1 hand in -unloading -material being shipped inlo Poland.' Anti-tax demon- strations in: Danzig Thursday evening increased the- disorder there, it- is salfl. gogitea nml dostructlonists can keep within tbe law and sllll ilo thiir work. Uy misreprcHOp-lalion, by mlsinforma- FORMER. PRESIDENTIAL .-..CANDIDATE IN U. S. KILLED IN AUTO CRASH DKNNTSq.V.-O., Aug. J. Hantcy, former governor of, Indfana and candidate for prcsl- _dcnt-. in 1516, was killed when the 'nulo' In ;which he riding wna struck by a train nl a crossing near licro When Folks Quit Coffee because of cost to health or purse, they naturally drink INSTANT "There's a Reason SO A She lets Sunlight do the work Read Sunlight guarantee of purity Sunlight dispels the shadow that once hung over wash day TN fact many women do not say "wash day" any more, A They say "Sunlight It's a genuine pleasure to use. Sunlight Soap because it means an economical wash, means a quick wash. Why? Because, Sunlight is absolutely you need only half the quantity as compared with ordinary soaps, nor will Sunlight Harm any delicate fabrics, or hurt your hands. And it really takes the labour out of the washing in surprisingly Httle time as you will see by folI6wing the directions. Insist on getting the Soap you ask SOAP. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO ;