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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 7, 1013 THE IjrrHHHliJGK 11EIU1JJ PAGE N'INB Liberals Favor Cash Grants for Soldiers ricsolTitiori' Expresses Thsir hcren ice! (ural Encouragement i the -openiuj ol this inormUK'a proceedings of the Liberal convention a resolution wan r'.er govcrnnienl. sccondPu, ny J. minister of agriculture of IJruBafrKrk, favoring' lhc? pn- BoliiUon raoisy- Jrlerasl ol j.gricuUurai pro- (luc'ilan and development it la expe- dient to cncourafio co-opcrallon nud induce invest men I In term- lite. Therefore, it la deemed expe- dient (o ylllizo iho lo assist crcilll usroi'IiUlorlf, io provide c-Apilal tor agrlcuilunep al Ihe, lowest, yoi-alble rales. 3 "With too object or reducing, ibi cost of HvjiiB Ijy eliminating as fisr posglblo Uioovflsle aad eipcnso IE foaiidllnr; food products' lielweon ibe producer and consumer, It expedi- ent to extend prlpclplo and sys- tem ul and to pro- vide! Interior and" terminal cold stor- age vtarehouses for tho as- ECtulillnff. assorting, preparing, ator- Ing and grading of food producls In ordor' tjiat' onjuiila jmil others may havoN available.to llicm reliable, modern ouutpinont (or ihc distribution ot.farm products lu superior condition and al. lessoned oithor Tor domestic copsunipllpn espon and trans porlallop facilities should ba provid- ed for-nt iho cost of operation for itie shipment; of rrfjjiil psducls throughout and for the carrying to tho world Uio surplus farm products pt ihla country and de- livcrlns such condition that will make1, Canadian foodstuffs 'a blamlarcl cf, qualify, tor the worlffs market.' X "Thru "in UiViiiterests'of agriculture nun In aid ol'greater production .oh the hnd'flnd for the conservation of i'' tlic sqllj.n Canada; 11 Is expedient for ins government to" arrange for tho distribution "of fertilizers al the low esi ncsalblo "Yoiir committee on 'agriculture liess'lu recommend "that a special com- mittee ba'appointed I a prepare a fesp- lift lea upon inn banking of (Janu'da and.tho adapting o( aaltl sys- tem (o satisfactory loins' I.a conntc- (tou witb Jand ana, llietlock and to Jpretsenl auch reeqlutlong'to jour conj- .'inlllee." In moTing Lhe resolution. Mr. FiBb- er emphasized "the part thai Liberal- lam had played in recent history. .In Ihercr was ,no; autocracy pi emperors to fight, but there oligarchy and a plutocracy )vDich destinies and jidiulDiBlra'tlon. he paiiV out lo destroy 'control by plutocracy and WE can do 11 only by an alliance of an Ihoac In the coun- try who arc Canada shall be a truly democratic country ami ilial they must defeat the Tory which lodny 13 lu exist enco al Ottawa." Mr. Kisher spoko ot tho necessil> of assislaricc boine given lo lure and Ihe done by Hie co-oporallve move'ment- Co-operallon was.'tbe keynote Littoral iiroaperily. 31111 Favor. Reciprocity A refolulion afllrining the faith o Liberals In Ihe reciprocity, pact am oxprenlDg the hope that II will no Lc- repealed by the Washington BOI craroonl save IV. S. Fielding his opportunity o( bolng lea'rd uy the dc esalea Like the other candidates wh spoke last nlEhl, Mr. Fielding got t good Tcceptlon. SpcakliiK lo Uie resolulloii.' Mr FieWIng asserted-that Conservative as well ns Lilierals huciv In 1011 lha Improved tnido relaliona with the United Slates. would ho a good, thins tor Canada, hut, the pict wa3 (leleal- od by pollliclaris. much lor 3ir :nobcft Dordcn. ho said, to think that lire prime minist- er dill not know Ihat reciprocity would bo s good thine [or tho'coun- fty. But the then leader of ilie op- im'silloii bad been leinpled and tho intcreslE opposed had defeated rcci- B frail Bciicrs, ailators and nu nftver ai'lillcible and Canadian Gldlera serving with any 0! the Inv trial or alllM armies aa as the lioreln under have not been rovlded tor by Ihe Imperial or allied OTTAWA. Aug. .platform ot .he Liberal parly in regard lo labor vas approved by the convention iu a resolution moved by Hon. W. L. Mac cenzle King, seconded'1 by Mr. lloe mcfc., Aller declaring lhat the coni nlttce recommends that the nalloua jlberal convention accepts in entirety as u part of the Liberal platform In ,ne splrll In which 'they have been framed and Ineofar 'as the special clr cumslauces of the country will pcrmU Iho.tcrniJ of tho labor convention gen era] principles associated i-ivllh the league of nations and Incorporated In the conditions o[ peace. The resolu lion proceeds: That the introduction into Hi government o[ Jindustry' oC principle of'representation whereby labor an tbe community, .as as capita! may ho represented In Industrial con trol, and their Interests safeguardc and promoted lu tho shaping ot lu Moired.Amendment at U-i oBventipn Dul il Did Nol HUM dustrlal policies. itrla Insurance. System Ttat InEOlar as may be prac- liavJns regard for Canada's financial iioaition, an adequate sys- tem of. insuraoco agafnst uneiuploy- tncnl, dependence IQ old age and olher disability, which would In- clude old age pensions, widows' pen- sions and ujalcrnlty benefiU should be Instituted by (ho federal govern- ment in" conjunction with the govern- ments of several provinces; and that, on rustlers pcrtalnlDK to Inilus- Lrlal and coclal legislation, an effort Bliould bo made to overcome any ques- tion of Jurisdiction between Ihc Dom- inion and tbe provinces by effective co-operallon between the several gov Aug. which wlH tho choice of n ney Llbera) "will begin thej national convention at 3.30 Thursday was decided on at Iho openlp'B of silling today earlier in .Hit roenis io receive tuoir Tho first dlilsloQ of opinion on gluttons occurred on ILe tnr ilf question. The .rt-soluiion on this nil important- matter, submitted (lie afternoon Biltths. by HOD. OVorgo Ijangley, Saakalcbcwan. sccondcJ by P. J: Venwl, of New 11 was objected lo al tbe evening sit- ting Hon. John Oliver, premier ol British Columbia, who moved an Ills amendment would strike out and third para- graphs of the resolution, designating certain articles" of prouuction which should on the free list and the dowuv.anl iivis- lon of the tariff on ivearine appnrclfc, boots and'-shoes, etc. No objection was taken'by Mr." Oliver lo a proposal to ncrcase Ihe British vrcferenrc to CO per cent oi.tho genera1! tariff. A Get By Proposition Oliver's objcclion ivas that It should he wider in its application am lie an amendmojil (hat all ot life, logclher with al tools. Implements and machinery ne cessary. lor the development of nal ural resources should bn made free o: custom' duties. Mr- Oliver, declarci7 Iho resolution as drafted to he clas legislation nad "not a square deal.' describing .11' na n gcL-hy proposition When ?ilr. Oliver was through, -las crnmcnls. Fraser. Glasgow. seconded Dr. Whitman, ot Sioll'arton, moved a The local branch. 'he Provincial KuiploymcLit Uureau has received iho followlog circular: Aug. 2ml, Dear to the reprcliable conditions drought j lu Southern Alberta, which llje possitiiJUy of harvesting, a crop year, A number of .farmers will rc'iulrQ work of some kind, and doijbllesg (arm work will be tbe most congenial to theiu. lu onlcr to render assistance the Alberta government has complete-! arrangements with Ihe transportitlon companies v> hlch provide transportit- Ion for bona fide farmers (o the ot Manitoba and Saafcalche- van at a 0110 cent mile raie. Th'u raiLSporlatiou will be furnished oa erllflcates signed by tho" undersigned id la available hetwcea August 5th 20th. In case, a farmer Is unable to pay or! Ins own1 transportation Le will-be efjuircd to furnish1 a certificate algn- d.Ijy.a ma'oager-of a bank or secre- ary of the nuniicipallty as lo hia Willy to provide for such Iranaporta- loo. Transportation certiflcatos tvill he available at Calgary. Leilibrldge, Me- dicine HM. Warner, I'incher Creek, 13ow Island'. Aldcrson and Carmnngay and are in effect August 5lh to 20th. i arraugcraenls are made lor, the inrposo oC assisting bona fide farm- irs who have Buffered the loss of crops owing to Ih6 drought, but'can- not be Indiscriminately extended LO .hose who have nofso Kindly niake the foregoing known to. the farmers of jour municipality who arc needing-', assistance. Yours truly, j. w. -MITCHELL; Director A.G.E.U. Fragrant and .Strong, Re- freshmg, Comforting and Invigorating. BlueJRibbon Tea It. procily by. Iho aid br campaign Women of Society, durlnglhe past hive rclted upon It for earance'The ream wosim ATE ciemi ilrcBiih, bnlldi Era rlcib, SolJ Just a; the strength, of n building k (IcpcrfJoiit iipon ju foundations, so arc- healthy Iccth dependent .-urxra hmllhv_Kums. 1'crl.lit Uio garni to bwioinc in- flamed tchflcr'.and.you vfcnkcii lhc foundation of teeth. 'J'Lis con- dition, is caljtd Pyorrhc.i (Rings' pirn __ aot, to6', as-so niany doorrrap. Tcr disrAM'-gcfrr'iJ enter tho system tho'jointe or causing tthc'-rilfrAcnts'. I'yoTThn (Riggs'. Disease) attaclrft j foUr put five people wJio arc over forty, under that age, ftlio.- Ilf first svTnrrtom is Uiidcr gums. So" J-ou shbujd look to. your Use prevents 1'yc-rrhoa if used in tinic and used con- fMenfly. ft filsd cleans lhc '.ihcm -wJi'lo and tlcan. Ilnislj-your; teeth wilh it. If, already set" in, etfltt and coiisult n ulerttib'ty fmraulfaloly, fof special, ISC and fide Druppislg.- .ijORJlAWSt LTD., Sft SI. Jams St.} Montreal. fund so large that it would not be all absorbed In the cohtest. Advocale Economies Hon. W. sccdnded .by Mr; Sinclair, oiored 'a rcsolullon cal- ling lor Hie exercise of severe ccon- oinies'iu connection'with Ihe admin- istration of public affairs and the Im- position o'f graduated tales on bus- Uiefis profits..flnd'applicable to comes above reasonable; cscmplipU. The'convenI ion then adjourned until 2 o'clock for.Uio .'deliberation of bal- lots. Favor Cash Grant! voting 'consideration ho 'fiivefi' to' lowing resolution-moved'hy 'stori arid seconded' by Hon. Dr.-'.JQc; land, (11 Whereas il la'considered: that the guiUipc priuciple for a permanent settlement ol the problems ot uaiablishuient.iEhouldV. be equitable IreRlmenl lo soldlersMn oil vocations laving regard to. .and'na- ture of Borylce.- 'J-Y-j'- Thai' this- con rent Ion-: de- clares that (lie adoption giants to the soldlon a'ad tho depend: Cnta "ol those .who have nlbsl satiRfaclory .and etfective means of civil tb bo'in" to 'the preaent .gra- lutly and to any-penslou for Ity resulting from Further, resolvefl Uiat this Uon further considers! ot the educAlloii of 'ihe. returned soldier be placed-in Ilie hands of competent, educators )io proyirte for the, co-ordination, -Mm- irovcment and extension of a system j[ ci-tucationailralnluB both vacation- A! and general. (3) Insurance: That proyislon ihould bD made wherohy any Iricreas- cd cosi of insurnnce In favor pf'tKe Icpcntlenta of the soldiers shqulil -ho icrne by thG such' crcaac arises from 'disability" -incur-" red'during the war. Pension's Pensions: That such pcn: eions or allowance lo soltl- cra or their dcpOndenls as the case may bri standard of living Sufficient lo health, c-duc'nUon and "all ,ihe nc'ces- Ritics. comforts anJ .nmenitioa go lo makoVup' a-'sitindard of llvlnff worthy of .Canadian citizenship, (bl Thai soiJlers pefj-uanently .disabled should bo I ruined for some useful oc- cupation aclccLeil hy for wlilch .Lhoy'aro filled or'can "be Titled for such lehglh of llrrie aa shall remlcr Ihcm tfficicril In nnd after' heiti.gr ao -.trained should ;he: ns- plated eorernmcnl Jn tng ciiinloymenl al a rale'of remun- eration fo tho. ser.vlccs" rend- ered [n such; employment, (cj ThftL from ol .discharge and unlit such' Iralrlne (s cbmplplcd hhil such'employment Ihe sotillera liermanrnfly-of parfidlly dlaahledl as nforcsntd, am1! their, dependents should receive pensions :'or Bllowance amply sufficient to en ah) oi thorn' to maihtoln Lhc liberal atnndartl'.of .llr- nff..as, nnd wbon men I hc.cn foiind for nald soldi 6rs ip.pn Lhc.complcllon pf Ihclr tralntng If 'iho'remuneration received !n Buch employment Is not pufflclcnl to'mafn- ialn Biicli fllandnrrf of living, eminent, should ptovhlo the delldoncy. That have Telurnod or shall Jiorcadcr.return partially or totally pcrmancnily disabled and tlielr ilcpendchlfl should receive during thp rcrloil of such disability pensions or allowances mnplV Sutf'clCrjt to onahto them lo ftialalnln Iho stanilard of llv- tnbi aforesaid.- f (5) MccllCRl ciflmlnfttion; That steps should be taken Lo'aecurxj uni- form liy In medical otamtnalton as lo by catahllBhlrLi? permanent (ravelling incdfcal appeal hoards" Thai inoro effective rmplnyiiicnt 'slitjuld bo CrciilcJ and thodl- sub-amendment to seine extent along Ihc lines of Hi a original motion, bu TBD represciiution of labor on illclmUn (llc sugEestfons that there ederal commissions pertaining .to labor matters. Effective legislation lor cohscr- Ta.Uoh of human and health, The representalioQ ot labor on the v board of directors Ian National railii-ays. of (he Canad- be.n-dlrect las on land values a graduated lax on all Incomes ove lai on company profits ove 10 per.cent and a graduated inher lance tai .on all estates over The PraKr jameudraent was decla ed out of order and the Oliver amend The'acceptance oiythe pTinciple' or-'proiwrllonaj, reprcsenfalloD. VJ-'tJ) linrriedlale and'f drastic action govbrnrhcnt withVreBpec.L to ihe' high, cbai-ol1 livlhg: -jdiEconiiiiiiance FAVORS Vv IRISH- INDERENIIENCE' BUFFALp.'N. AiiQ. ?7.i Tv-a e, peace liirhbuB unanlmpusly adopted' a reioUjtrcTrT ojnitinru of tht of nation.' E PRISONERS V STATES A'ng.. The .supreme coun- cil yesterday decided on .the 'Uteri- tipu prall-Austro-HungaTlnn prlaorfers of. war- of the now slate's formed put of-the old monarcliy The. council .also iipproved the' lih'era lion prisoners In Egyp f er-i-ka d-.Mlss of; .respective LOXDON, 'coihmutilcallon 'issued inBtt .mils Ihc town- siiir. ri 'Am'cri caii AV Jl A alive, '.who h faipresbiii as relurnert-.tcj-licadquar ;bejv! cpiinriunicaUb Awa'rded' Prize: jitThe'.Made o'd Scotch-' (FrAm Our Owfl JIACbEOD, Aug.1 or npil .Jnd ita. August Itflb, as' nt' li.ip on o'. of the hesvjest-rains .over 'seen .In. AlacJeod began '-add', continued for' Lwb Jioiirs Tuesday -we'had .-'a'siirt- ilar" sim BhUne' Vrighi anil :iind' cv'cryb'ne ivas up and busy with Ihe fair, as Ihe previous day nab they were Considering-cancelling the- first-day's sport. Those of the ''fanner- who were in early were so delighted ihat they were lo with lipri and' saVs: J :.-t 50 niach'ine'. armo alreadr.a're. 27.mll ea'etward: o't ..Tchell.ah'tiisic'-and_: are. a v.i Do you profitably "cultivate" your show win- dow space. Let one of our "Zouri" experts show you how it can.be done with "Zouri" Metal Store Fronts. UNPREPAREDNESS :A bank account' is an: assistant in character building. It establishes the confidence, independence and pride which increases effort au'd paves the way to success. Open an account to Jay be prepared. "I THE CANADIAN'BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRIDGE BRXNCH: l MILK RIVER BRANCH R'.-t. BRYMKER, Marltjer J. H. S. CORDON, Minuel J. V. STEEL, MMift, and Profii When inpriey is Savings Account in The Merjbants Bank, it is absolutely "r .from far as you .are "All the" time it is here, it is earning inteliest that the bank actually pays you to let': it take care of youiMrioney. .Don't carry 'unrieedeti samB on your person or them at hpme'. Protect-theni against loss, theftandfirebyopeninBBEavingsaccoupt THE MEJICHANT5BANK) OF (or the ol Ecttine Aljlcr-i-ka felt betlcr and aflor can llnuing I -consider myaoK CUnBD." (Slencd) II. Deemati, Callspell, Adlpr-l-Ka expels. ALU'gnB anil Spur-; ness', 'stopping stomach distress INr STANTlj'V.. ".Empties ujlpcV I and. lower bowel, flushing "ENTIRE nenlnry Cftnal. Rcinovcs- ALL (oul Ufei1 which poisons system. .Often CuKUS .Prevents np- iTiicllls. We h'avc sold 'Acller-l-ka. years. II Is a .'miiluro ofjliuck- (horn, cascarn. elycdrlne nnd nines'6th er elrapjo1 D. HlKlnnotham t Ltd., bf pnC of lhc many visitors, while tho -was even lie tier 'than thought were jn -tho many Klowcrs were in greater iiiu'mber, and IL might hare hcCh cabled Flpwcr Show, as, every one who'haii any entered them to make MP the entries In lhc first, find to.be in-running the prizes In the second place. The many members hayc lakcn more inlercsL this year b'eUCT than Ihftig "WJrai'ive haT'ifye Is tliis y4af Ihe-Jfanrters: .eililbH school 'iSildren's Is'iJinc' .this! .yfiar, tlic; iti" mnnyiv Instances: .Ins deciding.. The. j-Tof' younger. at) 'attention, especially the collection ol work.by-.Willie-Wilson; a Scotch boy wHh'oiil' hands', vho nninc to Slncleod, a'feh- yijars ago, and has received his education in the public school here. He excellent writ- eJ, and the.drawing Is not equalled by any in school. A map by him, cveii too .colotlng Is IRkcn by the fudges as among thQ niaHy'cxhiblLs, nnd.Jie does all his' work' -with his reetV'lQ H. loads; by', charge variety, gives him a "close second, rinj] assortment -R. J. DINNING, LETHB.RlIxiE Notleford. Established 1884.. Mana LEMON JUIGE 1'', FRECKLES than at aiir Ume in .the-past, Second day. rfn: leads description; Mrs. .W. In dairy- proadcts, and' re- ceived several prizes for' hcr'tnitUer anrl hrcad, while her "cured meats wcrt cxcclleni. Somo bf- the slock Judges nrrlTinff' delayed the list beidfe comjiletcilj and, will go bvor io Ihe I Giilsl AUke beauty loiion for j .a few It! Hqucczo tbe juice, of two, Icmohi n holtlc containing tbree ouncca o( wcliard white, shako well, nnd ion have i n quarter pint of the nest frecVlc nnd .tan lollun, nncl complex' Ion hcaullflcr, nl very, very small coat. Your grocer hns the Icmbns 6nd drug slore.or lollct counter will (hrco onncea of nrchard for a few cents. Massage this Bvrcot- ly fragrnnl lotion Intn Ihe nc61i, cfforta, of llio Varlou.? arms noil Iianrls-cadi .itay ami fio6 In existence'' bo cfrordln- Ijatv freckles nnil hlcmlslics ntod In n ccntrat niithoriEy, nnd how'nlenr, soft anil rosy-whrio (7) Thai refCrencdi Id soldler.i In (no aVtn bcfomca. x.Veal It la Ihls.reBOhitlo.n'-'s.lnlended to Include leas and nivVIrritates. To SHIPPERS We are advancing the price of cream as follows: No. 1 Sweel Cream, per Ib. butter fat r.-i -tf- 80c No. 2 Swedt Cream, per Ib. butter 53c tio. 1 Soi4rr Ib. better fat v. 50c No. 2 Sour Crrim. per Ib: 47c REMIT BY-MOffEV f. .V .WE ?AY ALL EXPRESS CHARGES ANO REh OHDEH ON RECEIPT. Of SHIPMENT; Crystal Dairy Limited EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OF CANADA of Labour and the Provincial 'Governments have organized aTSystem of Employment Offices from Coast to toast for Returned Soldiers and all classes of apd, Women and untrained'- i 'A Special exists for Pro- fessional and Business workers. To look after.the special needs'of the RETURNED SOLDIER there is in each of these; offices, a representative of the DEPARTMENT OF SOUHERS', NEAREST BMmonton, Lethbridge, Medicine Hot, ABLMMENT ;