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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1920 PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE PRESS COMMENT ON PREMIER'S SPEECH AT ST1RUNG, ONTARIO VANCOUVER those o! his colleagues who fcirm Meighen ministry has a hard struggle j pal tot the I'nlon sovernmenl. before It, but the premier is resolved enunciating his prejent volley and that it shall not fail tor the want of, adumbrating future developments, he definite aud aggressive leadership, i tPremier Meishen) has furnished Yesterday's address may be regarded both friends and with ma- as the opening of a campaign which terial for much Tisoroas debits. His will end with the close of the polls Iti the next general elecllon. "There is co suggestion of com- promise In the premier's statement, lie not try to conceal the protec- tionist features of this program be- hind the necessities of revenue, though he declares that tha revenue i pronouncement Is no milk and water affair. -He declares for protection la language that Is not in the least am- biguous. He says plainly that the government means to continue the present heavy taintion long the country's indebtedness laaXes it BRITAIN 'COMMUNICATES OFFICIALLY .WITH FRANCK I'AKIS, AUR. IS.-Ureat Briuin his communicated officially with Fraciv witb reeard u> Ihe d'lfferent-es bo- Iweeu thy two poverouieiiu. it .devel- ops Item statement made by Die semiofficial agency today. Tup statement says: "Tbe Ilritlsh-charge d'affaires Ihlt moniiuE bruughf to Hie seueral sec-' rotary of the ministry of foreign at-1 fairj a communication from the Hril-' Ish soverament. Front the ronversa tkin in ui-tvrern the charge and M. riieclogue (Maurice ministry of fo necessary. He throws down must be sufficient to meet tlia H ents of the population, whether on farms or tho soap boxea." the tures and reduce the debt. There is a frank announcement thai the tariff must be adjusted not onljr to revenue PRIMCE ALBERT HERALD: purpose--, but also to provide a rnir- Meighen's speech is a splendid sddl- gin of economic protection sufficient to pliUtMles on which the to secure the industrial position of the. people of Caniiii been fed for country, and to provide employment but K contributes aothloe tor Canadian workers. This is '.he (popular eollghUnmeot as to whether essential feature ot his address." Mr. Msighen to dethrone VANCOUVER "rfiM fending the past record of himself i 'lff, the lhe minion a chance. Wheu the premier annonuce the opening to public _ [scrutiny of war taxation relurnij so that >u can who U carrying the real.burden of the day, then there will batter opportunity to juds-i how sincere kfa declaioatloiu are. Until then suspicion and wsrwt tn idt will fco zrow.1' Days of Cart Delivery Cupid Shooting Many Darts (Prom TABER, Aug. 11.- The Chautauqua of the French is In full operation for this year's irelgn affairs) it develop-' program, and the first day's sessions on- are eiani yeeter.tay. If anyone thu both governments _., _...._. ining !n tho most friendly spirit the thought that the pouulice after taking" divergencies In views which have oc-: in Ihe fair would sit back for a time, curred between them, but irhich will he would appear to lit- greatly mis- not prevent them from continuing taken. The crowd that turned out to! their friendly cuilaboratioa. j last night's Mrtoraianro reminded "Preralsr Millersud, who arrived at spectator of some of the big Chau-j Montdidler for luncheon today, (ou a tauqua uights Iu previous yearsv and trip us Is making to tie Iterated res- the mass of people wjitlac for. tli-kets ion> wu informed ot the i at the office tent looVed like a crowd conversation." j waiting for the ferry boat at a city wharf. Perhaps ihp'si-lMiliflc lecture on Ihe program, given by Burreli Ford was responsible or whether it was 'the old fashioned girls, with their CLEANLINESS IS HEALTH fly the use of Gillett's Lye. house cleaning is made pleasure instead of a It softens the water and cleans thoroughly whether the dirt is visible or invisible. Destroys all bacteria and infectious gernis. removes obstructions from drain pipes, closets, sinks, etc. Refrigerators are made delightfully fresh and clean by using one teaspoonful of Gillett's Lye dissolved in two gallons of N "GILLETT'S LYE EATS 'Made in May Face Another Vote in Manitoba scheduled according to report, for the, "ARE YOU LEGALLY latter part of ueit week, and jo the) epidemic goes on. The account of the football game[ 8IQ HIT AT 'THE COLONIAL A large audience that eat tuthralled fun will be kept up at try top Uughing. pitch all through the erent. In addition, a nne. feature show will offered on Friday night. DESPIR K you are troubled with pains or aches; feel tired; have headache, indigestion, insomnia; painfo! pass- age of urine, you will find relief in Cffl-D MEDAL The world's atandard remedy for liver, bUdder uiic add troubles National Remedy of Holland since IMS. All druggists, 50c. a box. Uck U.. umc G box "DANDERINE" n Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. CALGARY ibs speech indicates, that la, thai the government has a leader -who will I fight from iae drop -of the hat lor hvhal lie believes is Ibe rfcht thing. As 'for his policies, as ve arc to lisve at least one more session of parliament j before a general election, according lo the political the people will haie opportunity to judge ol mcust of them iu practice before they are called on to express thftlr opin- ions at the polls. The proof of the political pudding will, therefore, be in the eating1, and other than thli there can he no better proof." VICTORIA TIMES: "Premier Meighen's speech at Stirling yester- day, obviously was the opening shot of th'e Union government's campaign. It was the first militant note he had sounded since his assumption of the leadership of the sflmfnistration. Ilia previous utterances bfilog studiously non-partisan' and marked by a very noticeable attempt to gain the ear of Ions ago the object ol many a Meigheh jibe." Hon. Geo, Langity's Vtowr REGIXA, Aug. Prwnier Meighen's political speech at Stirling yesterday "a gooa speech from the new premier's point of viesr." ba> showed lack of experience by assum ing that he had no past and could he taken on present day promises with out any reference to his many jes terdays, was the opinion WINNIPEG, Aur expecU- ojcrc. (ne pump is not a! thg opinion that (be question could to the requirements be decided on the baala ol whether a commoditr was raalcing more or p drawn in pairs, and include some in- vited teams not in any league. The station, for the engines, and also sup-jtcam are holding another dance to as- ply the needs of the (own. There is siEt in raising funds to take part in little doubt that water is being used the tournament. contrary to bylaw, but to find the I Dr. S. H. Sands has rented the persons is not so easy, house of T. L. Barriek oti Kenaston workmen J Are., and will move his family here I According TO the gang of .ble lo at-] in the near future. at pres-; A. McPheeT recently with thc Rer. bejlecided on bas-U of whether a ent> although Join? its best. The C has entered the employ of the Good r.K close lab on the sit- Co. money. _ nation, and more than one man has "The public will be curious to hear Frank HawklnB, secretary of thejbsOT1 jjent insppct the piping and Violtir-T- VinnAXmnn tnit .n-.iv i jr. i i a A. Kragness. has taken a position with the Boston Clothiers, Miss Corrlo Durling. left two whether his henchman and colleague, j Canadian LcmbeTiaen'B Ajiwclation. j tnc, pump -n-ere o Mr: Calder. wilt just ns clearly cut j submitted a Btatement suggesting that in th'p yesterday, but visit tq LethbrWge this evening, himself am> from nla Testerdayi. tha railwaymight make a groat reduc- have been repaired, and the water is attending while there an Installation Canada especially will be la- tioa in overhead axpe-nses by pooling jwen over the intake. A test oi! A few rants buya "Dandertne." After an application of "Danderine" you can not find a fallen hair or any tlftndmtf, besides every hair sho-ws new life, rigor, brightness, more col- or and teresled in this." Samuel Gordon, who has been negro messenger for New Jersey gov- ernor tor forty-six yearfi, died recent- ly, leaving an estate of .well up. over the intake. A test oi! ceremony of the Order ot the Eastern between such tne water lately taken, however.! star, as a candidate for membership poinU Ottawa and Montreal, Mont- j shows that (he hoard of health is Jtis-l in the Order, real and Toronto, and Toronto und in tho order just issued, and j. j. iiourigan Ins returned from a delicious arid re- the most. Hamilton. Fewer trains distributed more widely over the day might be run urid tracks paralleling eacb other should be eliminated, lie submitted tbat the wage rates paid by the rail- were ao high as to create seriouG posted In prominent placeo, request- ing r-ltizenK in boil the water before using it. Meantime water is being delivered as hi former years by .the carts and thr old timer feels once more at Jiome. If is somewhat recent trip to Vancouver. "Split" Clamed In Carson's Ranks N List. Time' Tonight- Married? FRIDAY NIGHT CountryStore VODV1LN1TE COME EARLY PHOENIX Hale Hamilton IHE FOUR FISHER" PATHENEWS AND COMEDY EMPRESS 'Friday, and Saturday ci (ilBeattafncOon in.olher Industries. HlBjharrassinE lo hotels and rooininej association, he ssld, was.nol opposed j houses, however. The situation would Borne increase in freight rates at [he improved hv a niter, and also I uutonly sucb as was (ound scem, to the Installation of I be absolutely necessary. j a larger pump. j Br1ilfisllj Cupid Bu5y LONDON. Aug. 12.-A (Hspatcli to shingle and umber manufaj. about (irae to quarantine (he lhe Newa from Dublin re-1 ,turers, tettldcd lirletlj and 1. It. town against another form a split" In lhe! CoolB, o! the Mountau, Uiinhermen j I lo Dau Cupid. The arrows arc ot tho followers of Sir Edward! Asspdition, Nelson BC., sala his all around .is. No less than CarjOI1 leader of the Irish Unionist i .giniwUon was not interested in the i threl, wertdinRs have taken place general principle of an increase, bull !ast three .lays. Ou Monday Miss n iate, lhal a strong denutatiou or Ethel KanldK tecanic the bride of a i has BOM to I.onilon lo see1 [was concerned in the applitiatlcr, o: 'any increase whTch was granted. ohjccled to an increase on a flat percentage: basjs. The liltnlinr had Biirdclf educationalist. On Tuesdny Mr. Ijloyd George and iuform him that weddinc .if Miss Kvalinc largo of their following "J to sink their old projti- NECK WAS BROKEN; DIED INSTANTLY VASCOIiVEK. A'tig. Uawson. n bolter employed in the Wallace Shipyards fell from x staging, two and a liaff feet from the ground, this morn- ing. receiving a broken neck and dying almost ir.stnntb. on the afternoon train. Hoy, .Imison.j supporters In work i prrsldeni of Taker U. local, Is1for Ireland with one parlia-' inenl. tirothsr of the bride. On day tho weridlng rook place in X'alrt nt MisK K. J1. Long, sister ot Mrs. n. II. Anderson and Miss S. Long "f Taber Exchange, to Mr. A. Qutirrle. A doiihle wedding is After your first bowl of You will wonder why you never before tried these delicious corn Satisfaction with every helping. 'Mtly CanadianPostum Cereal C. P. R. NOT IMPORTING ITALIAN LABORERS: OTTAWA. A up. is no; Irulh lo thc story printed in certain Canadian newspapers last July to the, sftect that the Canadian I'acific rail-, way company wax intended to import; 20.000 Italian or other work-i from Southern lo work cnnslruction and maintenance. In Mta, according lo officials of thc lahor department, who have just con- cluded Imiulry Intii Ihe report, Kurthcrmore. there is tio need for any aMe-bodied men willing to wprfc heing hold out of employment at thc present time, according to the als. All unskilled lahor can he plac- cj The supply labor, how- cscr. is at least fully equal to the de- mand, STAGE SUCCESS FILMED Klsle Ferguson's fine- Paramount Artcraft iilcturc. "J1I3 House in Or- der." which will lie shown at the Kin- press theatre nevt Friday, c.ml Salnr-. day. This I9 "I10" sir' Arthur Wing fnmous -slagi! success of (he same'natne.Jt has been hp.ndsomely nlcturl2eil ny Hugh Ford, thc story Is Intensely appealing and the support far above the ordinary.- Today for trio last time, Bryant Washhiirn Iu "Too Much Watch for "Tho Miracle Man'' an- Offis House HOME-MADE CANDY The purest confection you sold at .Teasoriable pric-es. I'eniniL 'Brittle, At per ib. Plr.ritAtion Kissda, at per Ik. 40C Old Country Peppermint, at, per ib............. Special for Sat, WHlard's Chocolates at, i... 35c EVER TRY'OUH PEANUT BUTTER J, make it ourselves, [icr Ih., Or. 3 pounds, f lift C'teftni'-'and Ice Cretim -1 A 1UC KllTH'S 608 Third Avenue. I The world called thtro [and Tie, tn affairs vanl- ed a wlfe.to.'run his home. She, neglected, wanted A hus- band to ioye her. The greatest prohlem of mod- ern family life, ttirillliigly screened from the world-famous filay by-Sir Arthur Pinero. Direction and Scenario by HUGH FORD Last Time Today BRYANt WASHBURN in "TOO W'UCH JOHNSON" ;