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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta OAILY I1E1UIJJ COMPLETE PLATFORM (VO.NTIMIKD r'HO.M 1'ACK TEN) '.be cost of operation, for the shipment of food products ihrough- out.Canada aud for the carrying to the markets of the world the surplus form products of thii country and delivering them in such cca'Iitiop thiilwjll pwVi'Cajadiaa foodstuffs a standard of quality for V iutereats ofviigrjijiiltiire, in aid of greater pra- e soil in Canada, the distribution LIGHTS and SHADOWS >XJ110ES- j They caititv ilmy." were', The niaiu vc1 rau sec ti> IIOFL governnieat luiveclgtidoti1 cam- nissloui Is facu' bsgs to recommend that a tq prepare a resolution upon the o.r.OjiBada aad'tiie adapting of said system lo tory foeni in'connection with land and livestock, and to to your cojiimiltee." WASHINQTPN; 29.-rAn-. other amendment to thfc psace" treaty providing tiul United StatfB chall -have 11 many repre- EentaUvei at the Qritith Empir; on the league of naronr assembly wai todiy by the senate foreign relation! committee. Miscellaneous KATORAI. RESOURCES OF THE WEST "The proviucu of Manitoba and Alberta, zhould be 0_____ 'the ownership and control of the natural resources within their [respective boundaries on terms lhat are fair and equitable with Irefcrence'to nil other-provinces of the PROHIBITION OF LIQUOR TRAFFIC the regulation, restriction and prohibition of of intoxicating liquors, wilhiu their several jurisdictions, arc vested in the provinces, this convention is firmly of the opinion that (he effective enforcement of restrictive or prohibitive Isolation enacted by Aiiy province, supplemntal federal legislation is, by the "legislature of said provinces, deemed necessary, such legislation should, on the request of said legislature, be enacted by .the federal parliament." CONSERVATION OF LIFE A_ND HEALTH "Whereas, the Great War and the greater epidemic h3ve taken tn appalling toll of Canadian life, and: "Whereas, human life and physical efficiency arc ihe nation's greatest assets, ami: "Whereas, the conservation and improvement thereof should be the country's first "Therefore, tliia gf.Yuicring of Liberals in convention assembled pledges itself to a vigorous prosecution of the measures befit cal- culated to conserve the life and improve the physical standard of our Canadian citizenship." ELECTION FRAUDS "Whereas, it has been openly charged thai there-was a con- spiracy to carry out an elaborate system of frauds in connection with.the military voters' part of the War Times. Eler.lion Acl, for, the purpose of overcoming the vcicc of the honest electorate' of tha Dominion, involving the voting of- unqualified persons, double vot- ing, personation, ballot stuffing, and the illegal switching or trans- ferring of tens of thousands of votes la-constituencies other thaa Luck was passed allcr jtll. U'lilte Ijalh Air. .Melfben and Air. Ciil- V.-OK- The very cseeuu' of grace ivheu i hey Jenus Uedell n-ys st'Qoud au-1 'L'lle -.1 ct-i-il "i-it'h rate, rim ol( in one-unit litais, was: von Willis -Spencer. ol (.'Simla. Frulik Kramer second1, Francisco Yc-rr[ third. Alfred GoulleL fourth. A destructive storm visiled Thimei- irolHns1 linisivillc last Saturday. LORD HAIC'S TITLE A (Mind in TMxJe sendd U5 DJC I t'ow A colored uiiin touri for Uic illicit Is your asked John A. MRS wel I Kili n- LOIL in T be N'cw Vork Times Frlda of ancpstry ULII love of ilic ancient Scodteii houw'iuml out j i in itic title "Earl Jlaig of IJriner- lyougui in 10! syde." assumed by (he temous sol- Gi still ins otjdicr who'coramandrd llie victorious Uritlsli armies in and Yiscount Fir Lay Tells Canadian Ifcir Association Convention All About it I XVINN'IPEC. AUE blwh- i cwic rPunaiiC'ti and every nicaiuri.-1 1 used (ireal Ilrltain in healing tier-' jinany was closely examined as to legality and was noi used until it hu-l been it was In ay- corUance witli InlercallODal law. This was ihe burden ol un address on "rc- iDliitlioii aul the Indirect, blockade" by Vincount Plnlay or Nairn, btforo ibe Canadian Oar Assoc-ialion hero "Joshua, sir.'' the reply. repented ihc Judjjc. "Ah: are you ihc- Joshua who made Ihc sun i'jiit) "No -s'r, was Lite ynpwer. "I Is ihe man who made Ihe moon shine." ders. An aunenf prophecy, loo. has for al been helped In jta I most TO'O years ago iho famous j Tliomas lhc niiymer I words. ever ?itn.e have bcou jquotcj lei the ol Scoiland: 'TydL1 whalmay 1 Haig be of HpiuerayiJe." I This TLornps Ibc I'.hvmer v.-ai an WAYSIDi: I'HILOSOPIIY Ijmportant man in dav-landcd boc; us ii man IR n good "vur I of Tveedsiclo ao well as is no inrtli-Mloii tliai be bus" a t-oodjpocl aljd prophet. His'estate was not far from which is Tiie dislingufsheU Jurist quolod irougiiuiU addreja ibc authorities OD International (aw in dls- ye'llnir suspicion, cl oT nlernalioiia! laiv on tuo c( ilic allies in roUHation for ihe open breaches of law committed tier many. Lord :hc --xof} t roving And Just B heart may bcal cci'dt" IB no IliiKi he own Anil to sustain Ihe ihonghi. I might jiass uleb.nLng tin: of loveili we three and a half miles CJKI or Mel rose. Thomas ttio Ithymer was ntfs to an undated charter ot Pctrus de llaga of Dcmerfivde, aiul the on to rcfer K lo- v Ihc close of Ibt tliirtceuth ccn- :heerful Therein luo'1 proplirt namcil "Thomaa niiymor dc Krclldunc." cildrine Jf nor.- EarJsloii. on Uic Lead- er, about two miles from iu junction wJih Iho ___ Eail Halg, il Has (o lie txplalticd. not Trom "The the .old of his He Is what is known" tn An eastern clLrsyman says Lliat iho (world Is i.-oming 10 an end this winter, I Ai Icntt ihuL would be owe: bolnllun cf .j problems confronlinB sntlciy. A liPiiish napcr says hi a churi'ti Isle- of Alan, aflcr the C'lcrB.v'umn liad iho banns'' mairlmony. the clerk out llic Iblnk themselves bread is vighi. Jn these i the nverayc man in sigbl. j If .shoes to up to 52y ii nnir ive ligurc out.how we're ROing to by vo save oiir bide. r.- _____ Tbal ilioiicli man., may be x ?on of fjc-tl. Jlo id, 1191 suing lo make a spo.iitnl child cut ol Mm. UcfinlVion1 tor iiropcr those in which Ihe military electors were known to be entitled to Ol "ish is Ml vote; "And whereRE. it lias been openly charged that these frauds would have been impossible without large numbers of. the iip- poinlee.- of the crown deliberately co-opcralinp; and committing perjury; it has Ijecn openly charged thst these colossal frauds Were perpetrated 'under the direction and connivance of cabinet mimkers, military officers and civilian holding in- Buential and responsible positions; it, has been alleged known in these1'friudsi'and were subseo.npently minister forflmperiat nonors at the founds of Hii Majca "Tlierefofe, this convention hereby .demands the. appointment of an impartinl-.rojn) commission with anil oulhority to institute a full and exhaustive enquiry into the conduct, of every phase of llie'illegal Md other fraudulent practices in con- nection with the elections held under theaforesaid Military Voters' Act, and this convention also demands the punishment of every person, military or civilian, who may be proved to have been impli-. catcd in the before-mentioned election frauds." inlay paid Jiigh ri'ibuie tu of The navy de- Oeruiao.v's trade as a war The work of the conference lo-Jav onaiaU'i In UlscuFflon of the com- utttce of the of jus- tice, ivhich containcil 55uch rocoin ulnllon 35' a salary seals fol- udgcs and professional tarilts anil teP9, and that Ihe association sup port any Icgitlallon making unEfonu Sital'ilory grouoda for Oivurco all provinces. of lying on the nor'.li fhore of the .of Forth antl wash- on the oasl by lUc North Sea. The claims of lhc llaigs lo "an auld lo Allan rlirase, ncvcrlhelcss licyond slu'r.lvj ivariikc' race [hey were, these old Hales .dF'TiKnersydc, with red hand In 'cveryforay. from the earliest days of-which, ve have cord ol Ihcnl. they iire of lion, anil Dllier? Ihvfifc llfcy arc- dcs fro-n'Juie WicMnG-nrllonE. A Xorman origin is (ntrojllkcly.- He as it-may their descent, by iinlisnufttilo documents. From an eavlic-r Pelhts'do Ha'sa tlian Some-.auUiariiles ihlnk cslrac- RKRL1N. Aug.' 27. (AssociaUJ Kiclil .Marshal von Hindcn- burE assumes the role of accuser in a letter to the former chancellor. Dr. Gaorisc MIclieellE, August 17, published today In the Twentieth Century. ''In the sommunic.illon the field mar- shal lengthily al Dr. von Ptth- who preceded Dr. Mi- eHs as chancellor, cuunteratlnc a Eucccssi'ju of alleged failures anil weaknesses on the part of Dr. von which. Von Hln- dcnuurg Eaya. IcJ lo deDloralizat and iwBsimls'm: j.placa for- a. uia'ii alter f Gc'nna'iiy" Js .The slato the ojiu who nbuvishcj1'' in :tlie tla of Thomas the Ilhymer.ViThis Petrus {ic llnea. .was'-. o[ 'lianas and barony of Demcrsytie '.the roisns fit JV- illam Ihp W Scotland. whlrli last. 11G5 IirdSMA ..It, a donn- Save'lwi-tvC sillts'. Wonder if dial (.1 .Hiclinrd. ton- of. ScpUaml Jrqm..1.102 lo 11SS, "of lhc Chapel' of -'In I.auilcrdalu, to o! Drjsburgli, Pctrus i OeuIIaea; i vas a DON'T'GROWL AT' THE GROCER He is doing the best .he can to supply you with your, favorite breakfast cereal. You may not Le able to get all the Shredded Wheat Biscuit you want. The war is over and all restrictions are off, but it takes tirne to get back to normal production. Our factory is now turning out over half a million Bis- cuits a day. Very little advance in price. Two of these crisp, brown little loaves of Shredded with sliced ban- anas or other fruit make a satisfying meal at a cost of a few cents. iavc fncllidcs law suita. BLUE OU11 WERK-END. 1'0-MB Gone, are tlie days of ihc..old roller towel That hung; ever-faithful upon (he Uackwanl O: tlnje, in Uiy. travel For. hlt'mc I can't '.at And llio.inlssEs.has gone to see her mouimcr and tfac mafd's gone (o sec V.sid.' and the dog butsiac Is something. If you want tp find out is really the best tea in Canada, buy a package of Blue' Ribbon and it won't fake you long to I ae who was.liiUcjl ncilHIon'p[ Hie Lion agalnsl Ihc Earrot Caillinias' in; 1195.-' Tc- trus de-ilnga, -the-son .-.ot menlinned iera is atylet) "Doipinus de ncmoT- syile." This PelniE de -IJiga'.. with" Sir Alexander was appointed. King. Altxaniler II. o[ Scotland. Id and npprcliend John dc Disset for bnrnhiB llie Earl of Al- lliol 'In his owii Ijoise at HidinElon in 1242! John joined Kir William Wallace Scottish was will) I him al the battle ol SlirllnE Urldgq ill 12SI. His son. Pelyus; ndherca lo Robert, tlie1 llrnce.'an'rl tollgnl with him aflho .gallic''of BnTiiiockburn PARIS. Atlg. lUc debate in tlic clianibcv of denudes this after- noon on ratification or :tho In 135S. p-iacc Ddrrsy P-tiron." rcisziil--Viis erilii'zcd lhc fuilliiX-: tuakc a Hliine'froiilier.. French iiropaganda and allon of F'Tftnrh lileratiirc, art a'.id DAYS OF THE' PRIMITIVE LOCOMOTIVE (I860) LAT6 EDWARD PWSCfc OF. WALES- VISITE-D CANADA OP WALES VISITS CANADA IK. POPULAR CHEW IN I'M so Hint-when Iho 15 years oT occupaUon havi cr.dsi ilia filling vnUcy become A sort 6t Franco- auLononious ivhlcli will afforri protection BgnlnsL PrussiFin iisijrcsslon. He declared lie wuuld vote lor rnlificallon of .CLOSE NEW YORK EXCHANGE NBW'YOnK. AnS. uoarcl uf governors of the Now iJtocV Kxchangc decided today to grant the pctUtaii of members lo close Ihe ex- change -noil Salnrday. This will he tlio fourth (lino rnramor Ihnl inOEs has been suspended the last {Jay of-lljt week. if. -.Sl-i- "Kiii'-r Iri'rtlS. ilii anso assisted the Karl'of Anglis'In' jug the power Karl of Douglas. In. William Ilalg, Until (jiird of BemWjyde, fell al Floflden tn 1513. Ills son. Robert Ilaig, had a command In llie arms- vmder tltc llogenl 'Arrau. which-engaged-. the English near 1641 Electric Starting'and Lighting q .6 o. NO car has a better starting and lighting system than that now available to purchasers of Ford Cars. It is a.Fbrd product, built'into the positive starter as reliable as the motor itself: powerful lighting system, uni- iorm under all engine speeds. On tlicopcn Cars andRun- is OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT. On closed cars Sedans and is EQUIPMENT. all models the Ford Standard Magnctoalso ignition independent of the batteries. Sec the 1'ord car with this new equipment. [7ard Ruiubout Touring On open moJels lilt Hlcaric and Uglii liquipment is cura. Sedan (dosed modtl prices indudc lilcmic SiJning .-md Lighting o JI.-KM F. O. D. Ford, Out. and do aal ihe RAIL STRIKE IN CALIFORNIA BROKEN 3AX FnASCISCO, "AliB. AI strike of.yard anil switchmen of the Iliroo trans had ended al Oakland, California, and IrMns WCTO Icavlni; on normal schcri-' itlcs Ihcrfi, hut the strike ronUnncd Vioro, B-UhottEh 'moat of Inn Iralus were being' illspjlcltcil oul.. ofUolali n( the itihoVncstl hero v fiOoWlrjb-' I 'FOR TftO--" ior.il'i P.rc lionrolne FIcM vo.-i IIIndcnIiilrK- for- InA first eleflfofi'ln Ije held CODSlllUtloiL WAIISAW. AIIB. Polish for- c'jit'minister has dcclrtccl'lo send rep- .to all llie lluislin fcov. trnhicnls except the soviet govern- ment Ql Moscow, It wns nnnounccd'to- day. IliEli commissioners will bo accredit- ed lo Omsk, the scat of the nll-rtus- Blan government of 'Admlr.ll Kolchak, nnil lo the headauarlers of tlcn. Deal, hlnc, leader of the antl-HoIshorlk forces In'southwestern Russia. Dclo- Bales will bo sent to Armenia. Geor- gia, lisltonla and Azorebtljan, Per E, Koslcr, Drnilford, cm- tploycil .Uniik of Monlrrsf) was shot In arm to'-.on nutomittJc, nldol 't-airricil fn T- i lit' hla rock.ci.'. ,tlil you ncvt'orturoil IJy fli .of ___ -Into .HTiirl" uortcr which 'y6n fa Xfclnl At" Coloirtai ".vTondnj, ftiini- f (AT--'T FORD GARAGE, Dealers A. P. VEALE, Dealer KING TABER MOTOR CO. Raymond 'IT iv- ,-i ;