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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta POUR THE LCTHBRTDGE DjXILt FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1930 Sbe Blberte Ui- OA.ILY AND WEEKLY Preprwton and Publiihera THE LETWBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED Ii3 6th Bxith, Lrthbridgi W. A. BDCJiANiN Fraideat and Maaapne John Business Ktraber Audit' Bureautot Circnlitioui Subscription Rates: dellTered. I .1.5 telly, dsUyered. per 7.5') lij- mall, per 5.05 Waekly, bj mail, per 1.50 by mill, par year to U.S. 2.00 WHERE WERE THE 'SCHOOL FLAGS. The question may OH why on a day such as Dominion Day tie Flag not In its proper place on our school buildings. Whether II or Vas not in position in other achoolB we nre at the moment'unable to say, but in the school bulldltigB in 'the centre ot the cllr It was dsplor Holy absent. It is true tLe schools have broken up tor the summer vaca lion, but that was only a day or two 'ago, and this, even if so regarded, can not be taken as a reasonable excuse as to why the'Flig on Dominion Daj Was not In the conspicuous position it ought to have been, The'school population has liot allo Cfltfcer deterted the city .on sum'me vacation, aud' an opportunily fo creating that patriotic sentiment am Instilling that patriotic inspiratioi rhich the flyhig bt the Flag wouic late" occasioned was badly aud .xcusably neglected. To the ybun Jie true meaning Dominion Day n honoring the same, should hav teen brought home iii the presenc oC. the' Flag oh the naked poles abov he school buildings; but in the! auefls on' the Day which is Can adata day.tbere was proclaimed in th nature of the occasion a culpabl Itself I not believe in industrial j strikes on political mailers." _ j The representation of Ljibor in the Legislatures is to ha welcomed. H yes Labor a responsibility which tries will il KB obligations. In allay- g industrial unres.1 this presence of Labor in the legislative chambers ill prove of value. Vnder the sys- ni of proportional. representation ero Is not a doubt that the volume Labor members elected will he later "than they have been. This an be seen from the results ol the enerai elc-clicn hi Great Britain, December ISIS, only- ihor were elected. Under system of proportional represents- on tholr total votes would have 66- ured them not less than 120 mem the House of Commons. OoettionA Dominion Da be ?ade the. must of ng homo the reminder ot the day-. I M of impressionable age. 'This' ttntothing at least we youu in all that example makes for. W all that qdr schools., stand for, sho'uld 'stand for, their opportunity educating -influence ahould be mat the. most of, and the 'significance] Dominion Dayman noun eea. even 'Iliough it was nb.L a school day. The anc'o or this cautibt stTougiy emphasized. Do Know? TODAY'S-QUESTIONS 1. Who was Mary Ainbree! X'. American- States relaii! ths liuiUTj names uf ihe chief rivers? J. To the people which States are the toliuwlng nicknames applied Hoosiors, Nutmegs, Wcawls, Buzzards? 4. What are la o. What Is the "origin bf "bank- 6. Why iii Deadly .Nightshade called Ueiladoona? CASE IN FAVOR OF UBLIC OWNERSHIP The despatch which stiles that the ubllcly-owned and operated nil Port Stanley electric railway will hortly have ihe haulage of Grand "rank coal supplies is note- ortoy as EOmelhing for the opiwn- of public ownership to consider.' his roTsr.ilvr: to. iuslnes_s t'sm jjC tke In dustrtal DIspntetA- inrestlsatloo MucKenzla, took t6 luforra (fee he bad cer- tain correspondence U hit pomulon showiuK thst ID tkVtwUtement ot the Grand .Trunk strike in 1910, the com- pany' definitely .agreed, to reinstate men. H. H. Merphy (Perth) A. Currle (Slmcoe) criticized the leader o! (he opIKMlttot for falling to bring such correipOBdeirte to light as soon as it came ioto pouexloi. Mr. King replied tfcat he had kept It in rioueMlen for hit own pro- tection. He Mtdtnc It to the minister ot so tfcat it could come beTore boan! of arbitratioa which is to'denl with thl leased that the tut to be n thote vtryint Iron Uw nsul was forgotten. Mn. Cocoran ron Spilnja will enterUtn Is week's items we Deflected to the birti of 'a daughter to Mr and Mn. Eraest HcKinney. The Sundial xtool and Good Club beld 1U second' eight After an interetUni and instructive progrim, the "enter committee took charge hat their work was well performed is "ot twttfied by all who attended Four the Turin young people and Archie Aanli Callle Mills helped ouote. from rom llugg'of np against the documents being made tuhlfc. These telegrams, he 'said were included in the correspondence which jra's. tabled on Friday. Sir' Robert tabled the report of the special ccmmHteeyon the of em- power the government to )orls. The 'report recoinnienilcd that t was not expendtent that the -meas; ure should be proceeded the o'sent time. Dr. npland asked what .action, If any, the government prdp'oEed to Lajiu on the- suggesllon contained In the report of the special committee on pensions.' The main recommenda- tions of the committee .had already been acted upon, but the report .also contained a nnmher of suggeslions. "Sir tlobert Uordeni replied (hat Ira- moiliately after prpTOgation the gov- ernment would take !de; It one geeks to fin', "ivliethe ermnny has come to llierrecognltio f her position, that as A fallen nalto he hae to accept Ihe conditions whlc position the f the new assembiy doep not leave j great deal of hope in that regard.; fentura of the 'recent in Germany Is (he increased lumber representatives of tho 'linkers, who 'have swelled their re- treserUatton In the present national assembly from some forty seats which hey formerly held to National' tilborals, as they are con- ulod In Garmany. Are said to ha Iho .tnpat danger' to the icare of and ,to the peace of Bfirope. This soctl6n of tho Helch- slag h'ak increased Its niimhers from ecty-ono lo eixty-onD. The .official Parly In Germany lo day what Xnown as the Coalition Party. As the result of lha elections Into cbrisfderatldn to what ing of perishable prcdicfs ests of tioth prodocer and consumer Ihe.prbvlncUl d partments of agriculturfi In a unit effort'having for its object" the im prbyement of hreslock and dai industries fo the end that, production may, he increased and quality Im- proved To and, all phaseeTof by-liivestlgallon and expeilmentatlou f Foreign Continued thorough study, by petent experts of foreign market the opportunilfes therein-for the de extension of. Canadian trade andrtbe collection and diatrlbU: tiori of pertinent and infor- mation la relation thereto to the buii; nessmoii of Canada. Kfiiclent publicity agencie's for making knoirn abroad the 'commercial and pro- duets of'Canada. The maintenance of icontinuous communIcatlpn''vby--.cprreR- pdhdei Is and personal bet our. agencies abroad and at home sjstem o( comprelienBlve stat'sticalrrepresenta tion of our coniinerclil and productlvi output and dlslribulion. Immigration 'A firm adherence of the ._ that Canada, as a tlon, has the absolute 'right to 'tleter H was officially .announced that the annual meeting of the American Society for Testing jMaterlals be held m Sarnia this fall Start the Bcby Aright on the Pathway of Life atma MM child ean ww ara m lutsniHiit to or Sa I. tie cMM as tiavML wUcii. K learn, to nft. Aad tarpta-Unt because' (bat in eariy fcy tR the aixw' We kaow JMTW ta Ot take n fitting them correctly, kaioving how to maka the (radnal to 1 ASKfOBE W. r Nelson Co. SHOES FOR FurED v SHERLOCK BUILDING .ALLAGES (his i' left with hut a smell the Assombly, ami lo carry oh ihe government of the coun try. Vlll _haVe to rely on Ihe support of one or more of the liidepanrlen! parlies Ihcrc. ThiR places Germany In the position of being, therefore, a the time without a stable jjoFernmenl, and will conseguently make the A.Hea task In onforctng Ib oblfgatlonB oT the Peace Treaty harder one than H olherwisi have'becn. The (TO'tnulexion of the Gcrniai Roiciislag today is a very' jicculU ono, wllh its various conflicliii] could properly be done in the.cir- cumstances. Col. J. A. Currle (Korlh moved the adoption of the sneclal re- port of Ihe' house pnnllng commit- tee. The molioti was adopted after ic prime minislcr had agreed lo. the liggestfon of Hon. Rodolpho T.emleuJt ist several. French members .should e added to Iho committee' to' super- Iso printing In lhat language.'. Col. Currle '.explained that Ihls'mliy Ave been previously unnecessary while J.-Dcl Tnchc was king's printer, 'he right to add to the personnel of ho committee was in the liahds. of he. prime" minister. house formally -concurred In >ome amendments made by.the senate the bill which embodies -the 'now axft.don. 'The amendments were tech- nical'and Mid affect any principle n llic act. Tho house concurred In the senate amendment to the Railway Act which added Tjower to Ihe railway :oinm'lssion and seeks lo: deal with the fuel situation. The house then resumed considers- lion of cullmales. The first Hem passed was thai, of civil government .under the of militia. In answer .to lion. II. I.crhieux, Hon. Arthur Molghen said Canada would be nernianently represented on Ihe labor groups, with the Socialist find tho :BfiraoerAls, two of the ma i Jn. ihu recent oj mine its own immigratloi The energetic promotion of gration of desirable who wish to establish aiib and to become loyal Canadian elti lefts. As In the past, encouragement will ho confined to prospective land seekers, agricultural labor and house- hold workers. Tho continuation and extension 'or the policy adopted to prevent' the landing In Canada of menWl-Or pay- slcal defectives or all such persons as arc likely to become publlc-.charg- cs, and of those whose to lM llatlon posed by the extreme "groups making up what are known as (he Hlftht and the Left. These latter have been greatly strengthened as the result of the recent election. Cdnferonco at Spa was deferrecl-unltl the holding of the present elccllpn, tlic action it will take In enforcing tnc terms of thf .I'cacn Treaty, with result of tne paino In (Jcrmany, becomes en- ccplldnnlly interesting In the faco of the weakness ot the present Govern- l there. and moilea of living are render them incapable of within a reasonable tlme.'.VJ Natural Resources and Co'nss'rvatlDn The transfer under fair terms ,and condLUoni; of the of the public domain held by.ths'.Do- minion to any province of Canada, In vyhlch such domain tltuited, jutaject Jo such reierves tfeemerf advisable In InUrest...- '''-f''- Xs regards ih: public tkrrttln and all other natural resouroet oufddt the by the Dominion, the adoptlsn of such pollcitt at will remit In'ltialr uie and development.t6 th< vantage of Canada while'. Inland Waterways and Hljlrxrays Such further development of the ei Isting canal systems of Canada as Is necessary lo improve navliUtlon'anr! cheapen transportation; with the ad dltional object in view of. deyelopini the production and uses of_eiecJrica energy for domestic, BtjriculturaJ, mu iilclpal. Industrial and railway co and under such prudorit regulation as will thoroughly In terejts of the people. The to completion of the provislpns mad by parllamcnl. for to-operatlon wit the provinces In Iho ma'tler, of -high ways conftUucl-lon. i Miss Kilty Gordon, dentally shot J. A. Hick, while ini, her-turn .n Chicago theslra. For Every Sport and Recreation i FOOT is the most complete line of summer There are styles of distinction, suitable for any and every! occasion, wherever you are and whatever you do. Fleet are light and eaiy, lestful on' the feet, com-' j fortable (or summer wear and practically cco'nomicalj for you can have several pairs of Fleet Foot for the price of one pair, of leather shoes. Wear Fleet Foot this every-day wear, in the ings, for every sport and recreation, and when on your holidays. Fleet Foot in all and sizes for men, women and children., The Beit Shoe Stortt sttt Fleet Foot Shoes are Dominicm Rubber Syrtttn Fleet Foot ;