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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK TEX1 THE LETHimiDWi DA1IA1 HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY G GREAT PEI j ?oly reut'Ws Mr. AsquithV policy sud ilojiies ia advance the- fiaitu that his victory Is for Ulwrulisnl. j which Is a svcut Unvo. After nek- 1 KO-.vloJgnu; the effect tho woniuu'ii I veil'. It says: "The Temerslre wad towed into I'aisloy by energetic extremely modern little luy Lady Is Expected He Will Resume Active Leadership of Liberals llauiem is held to W an event destin- ed to havo important consequences in the political life of Croat lirilnin anil probably the world. Politk-isus ot all parties talking of nothing yes- liut ftio possibilities opened _________ ui t.utviug ui numing yes- terday lim I'tissibitUies opened LO-XOO.N, t'eb. puliiiCttl j by his tu-Uvp rvsuuipiinn oueations uro for the moment com- ship of exposition, which, it is plelely f-elipseJ by Connor Premier As quilh's Triumphant return to parlia ivwnc by a luajorlty. the. .-izi> ui wl.k-u lisle-nulled everybody, InrUuiing his nwn The rfs'ull is uni- reoi'Emied :i notable per- achievement, even for a states- tiiftu with Mr. A3Q.uithV. Ions record, while the restoration of his presence and influence iu ihe counsel; of par I'TlfflECTn generally conceded. Jie will take ove.- froui Sir Donald .Maclean whose ten- ure always has beea rogarde-J more1 or less temporary. It is understood Mr. AKiulili will take -eat In the house next Monday and he Es assured a 'nearly ovation, if only on personal grounds and probably will make hi? first tiieech next week dmiug the do- bate on the second reading of the Irish hill. -Most netvspapi-rs heartily welcome the return of the great Liberal leader. even those ivhich opposed him politi- cally having good words for him. Their views as to (he significance of his election, however, differ widely, it being variously declared to be du STATES IS AFTER Commissioner Lamb in Canada vlrtnrv r.n ihu tour through Soviet Russia from I till far into the night, when the young ich he has Jost returned. 7he Jor- folk reluctantly atrtrted for home es- wrilers, but many arc the. causes to I mer otticers in Ihe army of the lute which the result Is ascribed. emperor, '.vhile the others include ,thr: The Telegraph, Unionist, welcomes fanatical, sinister find -Mr. Asquith's success "in ouo of thefaU their followers. All the Bolshevik army couiiuand- s with whom he travelled in luxur- ious armoured find non-armoured cr- mosl critical bye-elections In modern I All parliamentary but regards ers w the tight as having been one between the Labor candidate and .the non-Labor and aching. Your sas uusuta ;ina eicllOQ i OUUIHIIUHJS, LIU ?nya, TUP uiijjrt patc-J. Feel splendid always hy tak-by recont successes and ngnfUlent of ont Kclo of the. emlro outfit is hey act! dtfyatfng In the person of Air. As- ot" a car vrKh Diird-ciara pressing all kinds of good wishes for their kinds hosts. Tiliss Hopkins arrived last week from England Jo visit her brother Mr. Thus, ilnpkins. -Miss Hopkins eays that there is stjll a great shortage ot foodstuffs in England. Mr. Ed. Marceau underwent a sort lvv.1 candidate moment when lo Moscow, form a new uristorracy. Don't stay bilious or conati- j Labcr party was flushed and excited! Somoiimes, he snys, The impression Feel splendid always by tak-1 by recent successes and cgjifiilont of one gets of the entire outfit is that ing CascareLi occasionally. The trains from Ihe I'olish frontier ous operation at the Medicine Hat hos- wldiout griping or inconireiilence J quitb onu of the ablest champions of u sicken ,llke Cnlomel. Hie cause sail the system-which is t.__. They1 the avowed object ot the Labor party work t'i destroy. The Morning Tost, Unionist adver- Salts, Oil or nasty, harsh Pills cost EO liulo while yle in It. In Hie cities the Commun- istic aristocracy live iu luxury." "In a town he declares, "the army commissaries already belong to the 'upper ten' do _ not in town AUCTION SALE Tomorrow, Fri.? Feb. 27 WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS AT 2 O'CLOCK THERE BE SOLD RESERVE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Funu-u OaV: Suite t-rmprising Handsome Buffet, Hound EiJenaion Table and Set Leather Seated Diners- Sot of Solid Oak Dining Chaits leather Keats; Fumed llound liitension Tablo. O.rpct Kti'Uros; nearly new Congoleum Iluj 3x6; Oak Hall C.haVr; Blorige 1) Drophopd'Swing Machine- Cabinet Tied; Dresser with Bevelled Mirror; Hand I'nlnted Umbrella Stand; Handsome Klectric Table Lamp- neat small Sideboard with Bevelled Mirror to hack: Wicker Arm Cliaire; Jlcssivo Ixiungc in Solid Leather; Solid Oak Roll Top Desk, panelled sides and tack; Brass Trimmod Bed with Springs and Mattress; large sized Jarrtlnsru; .larclinerc Sland- 'Tardlnerc Pedestal Stand; nearly Cabinet singer Sewhi" Machine in Mtelon Oak; S pairs new Feather Pillows- 't ilei- Window .Shades; Rocking Chair; small heater filled with eas burner; Moffatt cook range with hot wMer connection; bcntwood chair; glassware: garden tools; lawn mower small Items, elc.; SO feet garden hose. Also FORD TRUCK, 1916 MODEL IN GOOD RUNNING ORDER. A 1917 OVERLAND ROADSTER IN GOOD RUN- NING ORDER Easily Convertible Trucx. These cars may be viewed and tried on application al Auction Rooms Friday morninQ. TERMS CASH PHONES "WADDJNGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" quarters wltli thoir .staff officers, bi: ;t Ions way off on jt sidetrack in j car, everyone in bis own compartment, and in front of one of those ciirs if, ihe policeman, armed with a ride, keeps tbe proletariat in order. ,v "Tliey call each oilier 'comrade1 from morning to nigbt, the high to the low, and the- low to the yet ihe proletariat suffer trjrrllly and die like flies from misery, cold and contflgioiiK disease, while Uie hteh aim mlglity live on the fai a- the When in Moscow. he declares, great carfc v.-as taken to sf.-c "the clean gentleman Cominnn- [lata were not troubled liy tJio ragged and buggy pj-oletarlal." Tlio Leninu theory, he snys, was to het the oM elate Vnllfil i nny large reliction til improluhle, Oeorso A. Xah- prt-slrtont o! tlir; United Slnlos eiiuallzatkm hoanl, declared Mr, anil Efoweil nro the gilfcsls of Mrs. rtui'Eng Iho iibsfincc of Mc-Knilion In the'eaat. Mr. l.oo. little girl who has heeu ill with (ineumonia is nronounc- ed very nnicli helter. Mrs. .1. Llewelyn was avisilor at j.itke lliis weupk. Mr. I.itherlaml, our tolephone Tiian was from In- office. B. C., Feb. Ca- nadian Iho third (lay's session of the United Karmcrs of llritish C.'olutnbla convenMon na., railed to order this forenoon, a bittor discussion look phco when xWillnm Hugh. o( Clorerdate. challenged risht of goirernmenl. officials lo at Und Ihe convention and act as ilcle- Siilet-. T.wo such officials were In attendance. .1. W. IJerry, ohairman, however, decided that the government offlc- iuls could remain. I "They may tie Rood farraers on ilia lie "I would froi that, even government officials .would have the right, lo forget they wen government officials for a day and join with work for Ihe Rood of iho Industry." The ffrst work up wn.s ifonnation of a resolutions committee, j which jtrocectled very slowly owing lo tho refusal of one uYlnsale after another to serve. They unwill- ing to absent Iheioseivrs from the :iall during dlsnii'i'liin of Important 'liiesllons. they declared. of Ihe United Tarnicrs arc to stay here to take part in the figlu over Ihe proposed council of agricul- ture which comes hofore the agricul- tural conference which op-jned at fhu l.'mprcs.s Hotel today. United Fninv ors have determined to take no pan fn thr: council hill have planned to attend and. make known Hie1? aljout Ihe way the .organization has he'cn planned lo counteract tlieir own movement. Thty cliargo that it is governmen- tal in its part of ,1 plot to keoa the farmers' organizations under gor- ermnent control. 'Uei-iinac of tho height of the feel-, hid fiver the council ot agriculture fit-heme. Ihe agricultural conference was-adjouriicd shortly after It.opened until f. o'clock this afl'ernbon so the United Farmers will have tho chancu to make their stand kno'ivn before. action Is JAMAICA WANTS VISIT FROM PRINCE KIMJbTOX, Jamaica, Feb. eBort is Selng made to have the Prince of. Vv'ales vlsl' 'ainalca before going lo Aiistralla. Thi prince on his Austral- Ian voyage will proceed by tlie way of !ho 1'anama canal early in Mirch. Little children ask your assistance in brightening their lives. Can you refuse them? _ ;