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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEEWHT THE DAILY FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1920 m Brussels Ibis morning was wmled the ilritish. rYcnch nv.d gou-rnweuls loday ul their re- I capitals. It bears data of IS anil was sisued'by g been drawn up for fjii m the Spa cuufenjace. It is ucder- stood It triea to establish Germany's Insilllty to waterlallv fqjtlj ber treaty Ctawans gobjnit Note Indicat- ing Their Inability to Pay Indtmnitj. BRUSSELS. supreme j tctuncil KPt ihl? morning j ft etoiep o'clock cpBj'den jion of the v.-fcittf will V dtocuMwJ with wkpatfj LI: t'qo meeting at Sra k- A very vr-.s created iu when it became kuown that a memoranda by GorrasiE esferte- fnj the economic jltiuUon of Gcr- many aod her iuabfUlr to meet the reparation had been submit- ted to the rarious allied governments. Tho step WAS regarded us a ipanocuvrc- t to prepare Iho way for strong resist- 1 ante to the execution of the treaty ou (he psrt of the German delegation f.i V. wai alto taken" u confirmation ot reports from Berlin thai die mti- I tada at KouBtentln KebreBbach, Ger- man chancellor nnd head of tie Ger- man special delegation, will be that flnincae niust be liiade on a bjsis of the prceont twnomlc situation of Germany without taking into account tny future economic improvement. PA1IJS, July inenlnrandura submitted to the supreme alliad conn- "from Front "Pa for on' floor of tbe caareutfou hall, These are prohibition enforcement. upon '.vhk'-h agreement 'could bo reached by.tue and the Ir- OOLFER WINS IN FINALS JIEA.CO.NSK'JEIJJ. Que., July winning Ihelr fn Iho of the Cana- dian amateur golf ships today. T, Cal- vary, and C-. SJ. Mgnl- real, qualified fur the CesSs to be played toa'.orrov. production, strict soverctuental ecoa- onjy Hud a relentless pursuit of those ershin and ths future of Ike psrtr, wi; very uucb iu doubt. j ditioos, i.nd. arc itcr-innding anti vflviog fulrjzwus f economy and the ecsctmool and en'- A forct'iEejit Ot curb k'jislslton as nay be required to brlnj before the t-purt. furors the creation of a budget sfdirn for Ihe United Slai'e.v 4 "AGRICULTURAL INTERESTS: Press Comment .'sucli jeglsiailOD .as, will ton- firm to 'the pf of the arid 9peM her blood ucd crusb A ciillosal tcbeoio of co'i'iu It was upon basil thst clarea lof, loglslilh'n ii exportation cf farm pritots. "LABOR AND INDUSTRY: Imperial Praitlgc QUEBEC, July (Cansdlto upon toe resig- nation of Sir Robert Bcrdeu, ins Qae- Chronicle uyi ptrt Tho old prorert tbft a jirophpt u wltkoit bowr ic Ut en cijuntry anij aiuonc kit own Sndi i fresh Clodlcatloj) in UM of Sir Robert tor, if wu noder-es- tib'vvi and the> BrltUk prtftlte tbrougb-i qiXiMlon. The.pUolc xilapjfd by Uw .wnmJUeo on tijs subject f r.ot oooridired ftrvng enough by j faction who hare that they -a1U U hare the pJasLn TrhlUea to include fiat. deHaratlou for djplomsttc recognTliou of Iho "Irish republic." Following Is the text of, four planta wblch are of particular to those aiili Laosue of Xatiocs, Ireland, ialiu'J wxterraya and the tariff. League ot Nations V. of Nations: The Domo- erBtjc party favors the ot Ka- tice" was grauted and a treaty of j negotiated upon (he dcKalle to Germany, tlu pitted tgntast Germany, that I K general association of tn'isti be formed, ucder fpeclflfcoveosiiit, for purpose ECc-rdiiig guarantees of political and territorial integrity lo great uud Email alike. j "Hence we not- only congratulate Ihe president vision and IliD visor exhibited In the prose- cution of (be but ive fcticltats and Ms tiFsociates un tho at Teris luvolved ill through representatives of tbelr but neithfr should lake action tbo pub. He Froot means of ijjainlaiQlng tho permanent peace of the vrorid find tcr- The Ideal Plant for Farm and Workshop. VfOU want cheap'power for light I machineiy, in.farm builclings or I workshop, and a minimum waste of power. C.The "F" Power, and Light Plant delivers all of its horse power direct to the machine you want to run. It saves "50% power loss" of driving1 machinery by electric motors, because'.it -does the same emount of work, belted Qircct to the machinery, as a 3-horse-power engine generating current to ve could cre- ate a as this, could recur.' cannot make peace except .In company with our ullice. U would brand us with ever lasting dishonor and-bring'ruin.'to us also If we undertook to'make a ate peace. "We endorse the president's view international obligations and is firm stand against reservations de- signed to cut to pieces the vital pro- visiprfs of the Versailles .treaty and impend the Democrats in .con- gress for voting, against resolutions for separate peace which would 'dis- grace the nation. We' advocate, the immediate ratification of without reservations which .would, im pair Its essential integrity; hut do nql Dg the spore power of tbe plant not interfere with its cffi oency alighting unit. Come mend "F" plant at work or scndapost card asking for catalogs wmcb ccaiains cntnplctn E. A. SHARMAN CO. I. H.C. AGENTS 2nd "Ave. South, Lethbrjdge retire from political lift. They are: Sir George Porter, Hen. A. L. olfton Hartln Bur- rell. Although they %ay be duced to remain for tfie ti_me be- ing, it altogether probab'le that their retlrtfment is not far d.'s- tant. 't Borden Would Rtllrt (juktly A UONTRKAl, editorial comment on tbe retireaint of the premier, Elr Rob- ert Borden, In 'part this morn- July Reynolds, a farm hand at Alderryde, committed suicide Thursday: ulcht Hfceii by Constable Holloa pf the AlberU provincial polios Blaltoned eV illgh Ou We'dnefday Heynoldt is nlleeed t9 hare rouiuitted a, murderoui. as- _. Qladr'i, Kho iiloat ptreats' ud in all At tbe point rerolvcr she Ue Judsraent of 1 'ought hliA off. Hcynolds rutde' bis j escape but was Really cornered In a As BOW fts tbf cojutable en- d he turned the.'revolver upon iself and about flic hpurc later. j Reynolds was about 25 ysars of age wcricej f.s a farm. hand tor Wine considerable tiuie In the Alder- syde dlilrJci.-. COAL'CO, DECREASES MONTBEAlv Dopln- foii Coal Compaay, utiiies are IQ ScoiU, tblj morel M tUtcd that Itev four tbouuBd fewer -uea euivtoyed Ulan Jia4 In IpM 13 tbe output van lett. there bai K hwTy decrMH la Ttie r wviral log will follow- 1KJ, 7.MO.WC toot; ISH, tou; IMS, toni; looi. The production war .JJIS, tons; teas; 1917. Ions; irint; the 1S.17. 550 tout; (.00 1919, iW tout. Uorden will (o dovn In historr the grout Canadian war minister, M rroTed himielf equal to is occasion that called for courage, patience; confidence and Indelible clo- termhiatlon. "N'pt.-for one initact Sir Robert varer. Kit sense of dnly dominated him and from tho path he niarhod out! there was no turning. From ihei sincerity of niotivet, from his ird- eilt from.his rraat attain- nothlns can detract and In oaest for restoration of he.atlh, he will carry tie admiration, the gratitude The bett A to nwtrt other oilt. OTTAWA, July of the and'the hopes of the Canadian people, commons are deserli'il today, save for< 'I14' unburdened ot the strain of offico, a bare handful of members (.'leaning il0 wil' In many a coming year nnd up before leaving for home. "wl which iie 'jseiB." of the government supporters havaj .Borden Worthy already and Islr last night TORONTO, July and of thera had already made their nofal-; Empire, in an editorial this morning nation ler-leadership of Ihe parly, pays Irltmte to Sir Robert Bordeu Tho retirement of .Sir fiobert of which follows: is plalnlv'visible amnng Is greater for having so supporters. Men of fifteen and treat a .son as Sir Koberl Borden ty years' eiperhmcc in federal poll-! part fa the war was worthy tics declare lhat Sir hasipf1 Canada and her heroic defenders, shown himself lo be Canada's man of j "Ho served Canada In the decade the hour !n her time of need and that! of its crowded with he is n-ith him, Into retire-; great events, and he goes out Of office ment the-.hearlfelt gratlfuae with-IhG greatest reputation erer tloii. as' yet'no tali of a niade by a Canadian tangible of the party's ap-'j new party the Mail pr'cclatlon .Of'his' sen-ices, but it is and Empire eaj-s: lalien for granted that his "countless 1 "In substance, if not In sll respects admirers rill roe 16 it that, much as' in form, the propositions ot the' plflt-i he has asked 'lo be' tllowed to. retire t form appear to be identical with those quIetlv.'.Eome public shall j on which the Union government has bpjnaSe. proceeded smce the dav it form Make good stoves and utensils. 'Sir "Sam Crlftyl OTTAWA, lube 2 Canadian of Interpretation, especially of the lar- name of the newly-con- iff but In principle, it unqivs slitutpl Liberal and Conservative tlonabiy holds appeal to Sara AVe have nn great fancy for the party Hughes. Sl'r Sam wanted to return the name of Stralshl '.TO th? meKhnntscOEDtctio .b ank is Our offlcers, U position to oSa en gutter, euch as etc. Eo UDd counsel on thex point) Jni s bualncH In healfhycoadJUcra. An 1m- receipt' obtained throusa ttw pirmant e( Roowc oppose the acceptance ot any reeer, 1 niiie party, and morning he. ci Rareint kept In a cohered or other valiohs makiuB clearer or.inpr.e ressel dlsfatisfpction with the choice dish a small cnp of naler (tv the SENDING' MONEY ABROAD If yon wish to send money abroad, pur- chase a draft from the Canadian Bank of Commerce. It is the safest method and the cost small. Should the money be required at once we shall be pleased to arrange the Blatter by cable. WA THE CANADIAN BANK OF-COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBIUDCK BIUNCII-K. W. llcikio, Manner. Protection and Profit When money is in a Savings Account in The Merchants Bank, it is absolutely Bafa from loss, as far as you are concerned. All thq time it is here, itisearning interest that the bank actually pays you to lot it take care of your money, Don't carry unneeded sums on your person or hido 'them at home. Protect them loss, theft and fire by opening a saving account, BANK Mud Office! Montreal, OF i BRANCH, Btwrhtnlso BE Andfv Monaifh optfl CANADA Established 1804, R. J. DiNNINC, obligations (if the United States League of Nations." V'Wp reject as ulterly rain, it not Ticious, the Republican assumption that ratification of the treaty and membersHip in (lie League 'of Nations would in' any way impair the InUg- rity or. independence of our country. The, fact that the covenant has been entered intu by twenty-nine nations all as 'eniouu of their independence as we are of ours, is a sufficient re- rpudlation of snch charges. Irish Pisflk ''Ireland: Tba rreat jtrinclple of natiqna) sclf-detcrmi'iiatioii has re- ceivell constant reiteration 'as one of the chief objectives for which thi country entered' the' war 'aiid victory established this principle. "Within Ih3 limitatlona pf.' Interns- .tional comity and usage, Uiis cpnvoii' tion repeats the eeveral.ijrovious ex' presslona of. .the, sympathy.- of Ihe for the, aap.iratioiig. .of Ireland for self-goTerninent "The Tariff: v.TVe-reain'rm the tra- ditional policy of the .Democratic party in favor of a tariff, fnr revertuo j only and to confirm the policy of bas- ing tariff revisions upon the'' Intelli- gent research of a noti-jiarUsan com- mission, rather than .upon the de- mands of Eelbsh Interests, "temporarily held In "Inland Waterways: Wo pledge our- selves lo the. further development of adequate IrlnsportatloirfacllUiea on our rivers and lo the farther improve- ment of our Ifclanr? waterways and we recognize the Importance oi connect- ing tiis Great Lake's with the sea by way of tho Mississippi river and its tributaries, well as by the St. l.awr enoc river." wide range of oilier subjects is included In Hie plutform, which is a very Ions document, efforts' lo nro duce a Ijricf, cmphatli; stitemenl of having boon balkflil froni the oulsel. Much spncc is Jn .criticizing the ncpnliTlcan platform and In arraigning that parly foj Us alleged nnd HS wel ns itf landing the acliifivcmcnls of the Wilson administration. WarniiiK Is sounded of well 'lifm inilirations of "nil imjiemlinK aana npon" vital principles of Ilic Unit stales federal reserve system In I 'event of a Kepnbllcjrj viclory in No vcmbcr. Following Is n siiinmnry of Ihe prin ripal -fcalures of Ihe other Importan plaiiks oi the plntform: "MEXICO: Favors ti the new Jlenloan gnvcrmncnl when It has provoil its nhlllly to inalntat onlor. signifies its to nice inlcrnallniral ntvi forntenr-rs In Mciloi as we! HS duties." "AHMENIA: Dnriares the fltnlrs p.-.vcrr.lTit-nl sli'Mild [oiifl "overy possible and pnipcr" to Arnu-nians to sel tip a st'Voriiinf'nl own. hnt is on tluv fiiloslli'm o 'he by Iho Tolled Klalc Of P. nvfT !hal coilltlry "WOMAN SUFFRAGE: Gives un riiilorRalfon th'? pnlj'rii-rv amoiirlmnnt and rxpressr? hope lha'. It may 1m ratified in lime (n permit women to vote In the coming tlon. "WAR VETERANS: rnarj. mr-nlof "coMlor seltlomonls nud homo' Itl hut makes no xcfor. cncf to Hie of n 'cash btiiv.ia "HIGH COST OF. LIVINO: cli'.fca Ihe ooly Is Increased if yesterday's caucus. 4' '0 tbe lead- centre fsilrkeep moist trash. UNION BANK OF CANADA Lcthbridge Branch C. C. King, Manager also at CardtLon and Barons Tires that have BIG e built in them "Royal Cord" "Dbminion" "Grooved" "Plain" every one of these.treads is a superior value at the price.- Long mileage is built into all by skilled designers and tire makers with the best materials that money can buy. This is why the majority of experienced motorists in Canada use Dominion Tires. 'The dealer who handles "Dominion Inner Tubes and Tire Accessories will give you courteous attention, good service and sound advice on all tire questions, it will pay you to go to him, ;