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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD AvttCsT ?Lloyd George Stands Supreme Tops Statesmen of All Europe NEW YOKK. AUL' (By KklJoH. he Li the ov-'ncr ot the lau iulcrcsiiag afcctth m n Suuday Diaper iu Irom the point Thi- News ihp World, This veiv ot a disinterested otiloakcr. a circulation of S.oOO.t'OO vvrilAea fur tho Wall atrec-l Journal b> topics. Tor Lord he was Us London tor respondent, Herbert X. r ungirsiHy a most shrewd ana artful C'aseon, "As long us there arc omcr-. 1-iwyor. who by ability uud daring geneles Inert will bo Lloyd Ueorge.'1; tij the- pinnacle of tbo this iviilcr'a conclueloa'. JJri'.Mi l-ar. Ad lir Sir Philip y-issoon a. roniai'kabli SOPRANO RETURNS FROM ITALY no out En Kuropo sicce Kapoleou 1ms bftcn as central aud as eminent as Lloycl George 15 sajs the ariu-ie, "As the geiierals l-v have fdlL'tt back oue by one into the- backgroujc. Lloyd lieorjre has L-OTIU- tleadil> to the, front, i until he his; become tua foremost Hguro of Europe.. At the muEuenl h? has no rival. He; hab no parliamentary opposition worth About., -He jiaa confounded _ his .political t'HCTnies; anil since tho; Spa" cOttTCnlEcn he has conic bsck t" England >vitb more prestige than ever, i Even tbe French editors are applaud- j 1115 hiiii In parliament, he ami no j youus diplomat of uber of tho Koihscbitd fam- ambitious, raid as silent as Many people look upon him-as J young. Disraeli. "The tn-o most daasetous enemies of Lloyd (Jebrpc are Lord NorthcllfTc Kdward Carsoc. The latter recently voted against tho government acO led 1'Ji) rotors te-rnpDrarlly out ol ihe coalition. Mr. too, (5 an enemy la u but he is not dan- gerous, lie is not even serious In his enmity. In a recent speech he became I most, an epoiogist for tht- mept. Mr.'As'quilh has very few sup- holds The of jxnrer. More' only and jore he is establishing bimseirj National Liberal fes lae govemment, c wW.Jh he CUDtrols a'ae-teiiths of tho members. "IJas-d Ceors? a master of it sechls qulte that 'ALBERT FJRGS ARE NEARty OUT Iv rains-fi.ive the rJOsgjthB liue o' the Canadian to news from of t'rts? Prince Albert atu) i bkidti TID ssr-i flre.c.iLrp under controi after good I Near Mlt-tatim 50 tons of hay, to H settler were burn- ed.. Tho luJIcalions arc Dial the iiio danger is aver, for the present. He a doctrinaire He tas QCT-: an opinion that he would not] Ughlhcariedly throw out ot tie win dou j He Loves Emergencies. J 'His policy is to let ihlng5 drift.} Then nhen a crash threatens springs to action and presents It. Hej emergencies- He preferfi them to all else. They enable him ten ot twelve times r. year to rescue his coun- try from disaster. Anyone can go to a British newsstand 'and buy two dif- ferent biographies of Lloyd The one 5s "ro and the othei is Oao tcsltftes thai Lloyd George has goh Great into most of her messes' and muddles, .and tho other testifies that he has triumphantly got her out. The probability is that both are right. 'As ho has no neither can he[ BRITISH really be said to any Ho takes short 'views of life.- He TtUh'cach day as it comes. Ho WASHINGTON, Aug. Almost has learned in thirty years of British! complete stoppage nf coal ex ports public life that the firUlsn public pre- fers the.leader who deals with trouble rather than the one who prevents it. Ho has a personal staff, whom he cpn- suiLs constantly. This staff changes; as tho problems come and go. At tho moment it consists of .Mr. Bonnar Law, Lord Hiddeli. Lord Reading, and Sir Philip Sassoii. Canadian His "Best 'Aid "Lloyd George's greatest strength is Bonar Law, who, It ho had. wished, might without much difficulty have been. Prime Minister himself. For four years Bonar Law bas'been the most faithful and devoted assistant that i ill THE REAL TEST' of-home baked food conies when second helping is offered. The'appear- texture and of food raised %vith is bouod to be pleasing etnd satisfactory in evoH'y sense. Magic is an econom- ical and Kealthful leavener. and because of its unifortnity in- strength .and results, has justly earned.its repu- tation of being Canada's Perfect Baking Powder. Send name and address for free copy of "The Magic Way" containing sclecteci recipes, many pf which are illustrated in colors, E.W.GiJIett Company liimited, Toronto, Canada 4 5TE'. I I REVOLUTIONISTS MEET, a wire'.ess from Mostow cd to attend, The agenda of the c 'Xuiiuii'ibd of, tc'ljy, Pour ropi'Ofan tali VPS Kress iocluUea a program of actloj i.-i peoUti ol (Lit IMS] Trom Tnrksy, I'orila, Aruic-iila, Aser- hn adopted by the revolutionary j ai Saku. Ijaijau uad countries are Iho qaslerii cbnntrivs, Galli Curci. soiirano, itliou-sraiilii'rt cti rfc Croin Italy rccoullV. She declare; she taicmk lo si ssw u citizen u[ f 1 RESTRICT COAL EXPORTS Message From Th2 Minister of Education On The Occasion ____r Of The School Opening from Great Britain fc.v recalled from! ot iAlberla: the governmenL's restrictions on coal in not less than To My Krientis, the Girls and Boys mantled or parents fn keeping thoir movements Sn antieipatiort of a mln- ors'- strike, according lo a cable to llie department of commerce today. An unusual shortage of .bunker coal tho reported, and as a result 375 vessels arc tied up In Brit- ish Considerable unemployment apipDg docfcwcrkers also was reported. aml this province were en- rolled ill the public schools. This is older children in scluiol undoubtedly lias never been as grcjt as u fs today. On tho other lianu; th? policy of put- ting children lo wort: before tbey have secured a pood grouai! v.-ork of geu- a large probably repre-jeral educati :i is y. shon-sigiited nnd scuts most of ot school age iu Alfoerta. Seine of these pupils duV not. take full advantage of their school oriportnully though, for we A Haggerstoivn, Md., man has hybrid plant, a cross hetween have records of children who'attended l less than nfty. days out of the The truit .TO-' I fled U1jtn wllolc ycar. We u'cver salls. every child in Alberta be- e U1 uluu. Hl UB. seinhles ths plum ,in size and color j t gix atld flUcei) 80hoo1.-nor -1 und Lloyd George has ever had. As to Lord borry. of a goose- foolish one.' Every "appeals ''How Delicious" is the opinion of all who have once tried If YOU havc_not tried it, send us a post card for alrce sample, stating the price you now pay and if you use Black, Green or Mixed Tea, come to UIQ personally :niO to the partriieat [fora 'parents for certificates of Grade VH! or Grade X or XI stand- ing for children, left scViool before comiilelins the v.-ork oi tliese grades. It is represented -that unless such standing can lioy _ will be unable further, pro- until ev.ery'cliild so curollerf stays in j Kress In his preEcat'otcupaXion or will school for rt ininimuin iior'ioil ot one tie iirevcuted from entering some other liimBred and eighty year. Held .which attracts him. Of course tha Last year tlie citizens of this prov-1 lieiurtraent it powerless to help him. ince provided nearly ten imlEions of .Vever in tl.o history of the world rtollars for the purpose of giving you j %yas there so great a iieetl of well dts- tbe advantages of In addi--i cipliued yonns men and. women with tiou to thts vast stihij the department trained iniTi'lR who have- tested their has been spending generously tor the powers ivho face life's tasks with more adequate training _of teachers. All this service. is provided bec-iuse as a people we believe in education- All these agencies Jiowevef.'go only so far. Much after ah depends -on you. Unless yon arc in your places regularly and ready to ihatoe fullest high hopes of success. The handicap or an inaderjiiute .education, will' be more keenly felt in Ine years to come should there lie a peri..! of business depression and lack of employment Let IUR urge every.oce of you to con- tinue in school for at least another ie. of the opportunity afforded by [year and tlmn he jiraparert to justiFj .e scliocls little can be accomplish- j extra sacriiico of your parents bj use th' ed. I the tiiiality of work yon do. Every This will you will ue returning to year scores of high school pupils, as school everywhere throughout the pvell as university students, In this province. There will bo a ation to some of you who liavo" reach- ed fifteen to so to work rather than BO back to school. province provide a largo percentage of the cost ot licsplng themselves h WE HAVE BEEN FORTUNATE IN SECURING A NUMBER OF CRATES OF at a figure that enables us to sell them at school. All of us by reducing ouv The sacrifice, de- j dutgencc in such non-essentials ___________ j candy, ice cream and motion I pictures, could help out very couaid erably. Lost rear the work .of the schools as revealed by Die examinations, was not very satisfactory. Various rca eons liavc hcci: assigned for this. The ourriculr.m. llic examinations, the pupils, the teadiera and parcuts have all come in for some- share ot the blame. Whatever may have been tho reason for last year's failurn I am ap pealing to you to EM that It does no happen ayain. I'eoplc. "get returns I from any enterprise! In'enact propor j lion what th'.-y put in. You solve lo invest 10 the maximum o your capacity during this ycar in in Ict-est and efi'nn in your school worh then the promotion lists noil summe will be many times longer than those we hwe recently scanned perhaps t jotir Olsiinpointinc'iil. Wo a yea Ih'; closer cj-u'. on tin- of parculs. pupils [teachers an'il filucntional ofllcinis hard work on the part o( over) j'JIlt! Slnccrtly yours. I'. SMITH, of Education. PER CASE .Wholesalers tell us the price will advance and that the public will not be able to buy at this very special price _ There are four baskets in a crato :md tlie fruit is in splendid condi- tion. If you want to make jam now is your opportunity. ii njr: THE PALACE CORNER 4th AVE. and 5th STREET DOHERTY RESENTS IT I Mftiilllllg Dougherty, Lilnistc-r (i( agriculture for Ontario, resc-nta criticism of hln) bc- rauF-e he took a lour to tht> West In j tho government private car ami nayri ho to pay all thoj j expenses of tho Irln personally, I though most of Ms time wliile away was occupied puljlic business. Let'the Symbol of Music j HE nights will soon be lengthening; parties will be the pastime; so let the warmth of your .welcome waft lo greet them. iVlusic from any record on this list will fully express your welcome and pleasingly entertain. STARR-GENiNETT RECORDS for SEPTEMBER LA VEEDA Ifm .Swuflane wiLlj Novelty OncScjtra. JTHF. CROCODILE (Foi Contralto Eolo, MIsj RAILROAD BLUT-S {Ro i Orctiwm. 9033 i BOW-1VOV.' Sl-nl-C.V.-jiin-oil I Hounds. II.W I LF.rr ALONE nLUES ITW I Nishl I'o-'.l.'.' Corcirj' I WJIO'Lt, f AKE TI IF. f LACE OF MAR Y (C in nintlur.1, Gaipice, Trprwilh Or. ONE I.OVIN'G CARESS-IWrnricM. anj anil H.riiOiiP, irith Orclifstra, I ALL THE BOV3 I-OVE SOMEWHERE A VOICE IS Cc.nir.ilto Solo. .Mia Etfcd Tours. I Oliy 3 1 COLOURED Ban'o Mo. I Mr. BONNIEDANKS OF LOCH Mr. A. Baritone. Mf.A. I MAID OF THE I. Band II.MthUlGinrdiBaiul.1 MAID OF THE MOUNTAINS, Pi. t. mz Jl.OO [ONF. LITTLE Aithor H.KJ CLEOPATRA POLKA. Corwl Su Filth, Accomp, by Todcnl: Priir Il Mr. PANDORA. Oiral Solo, Ednh Firth. "3cnd Your Message in Music" j ennett Starr Company .of Canada, Limited Head Office London, Canada Branches! Toronto, Ont.j Rcgina, Sask.; St. John, SEAMEfCS STRIKE. SPREADS j SSSSSS nOSTON. strike of I longsfioremcn afainst eteamshlpa anil I marine companies under llie British) Kf.g, In protcs-t aB.iinat'tho English al- ilitutjf: lownrrla Ireland, was exfemleil to tlil5 city tod.iy when threo women rlnliets induced Ihs crew ot SO men lo (iuit work on tlie Ixiylnntl liner N'itonlan, loading for l-oudon. With Ihc on tlic NHoTiinn out. the- v.'ornE-n left the Hoos'yc (lochs for Clyde Rirfct nlpr In an fitlcmpt to liavo tho (loci; crcv.'xworidng, on tho Upland liner Callanilor join tbe strike. DEALERS 315 6th St. S. Phone 1545 Lethbridge, Alta. ;