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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1920 THE LEtHBRliXJtf DAILY HKFxALD PAGE THIRTEEN From Vicfoiy to Victory SAN FRANCISCO, July 3.-i President, In a Ulegnuh, to NatloiiaJ Homer Jsf, Cummings, which was referred today'to the convention, declared that the course the Democratic party had takeu nrlth respect to the League ot Nations, "filled him irllt perfect confidence that it will to from victory to'Tletory until tlio traditions ot the republic are vindicated." "This la a conquering pvrpoce ind nothing can defeat ths President asserted. The message, which: was in jeply to one of' appreciation and greetings, from the convention fol- -low's: "The White House. July 1: "Hon. Homer S. Cummings, chairman .national Democratism committee, San -FrancUco: "It was itth the rn'oV. grateful1' appreciation that 1 received ibe r'uiessage from top. convention 10 kindly transmitted by you. It Is 'a source of profound pitde with rue to receive such an evidence of the confidence ot the great party which derives Us principles 1 'direct and untainted fiohi the apthcjp of are iiiolite uc among the nations of tie-world we are following the vtaion of the founders of the re- public, who. uramjsri the world the connser leadership of lha tree people of the United States in. ill matters that alecled human liberty and the justice ot law. That promise we deliberately, re- newed when we entered ine erect war for human freedom and we now -keep those who died In Flanders ft rid B to redeem it. That I should have been ac- corded leadership .in such_ my 'with" Vratl- tude and pride and the course the party has taken mis me wilh, a perfect Cadence'that It will'go J to- VtcUSry.nntll thV j true traditions bf. the' republic' ire vindicated and the world convino ed not only of our strength prowess, but of pur integrity our devotion fo the This is a conquering purpose andv' nothing can defeat it. (Signed) i "WOODROW WILSON." RFY Fleetwobd School Promotion List Senior C to II, Margaret Macintosh, George Mllns, Rtith Steed. Tommle Eastou, Sybil Arnold, Rctzlaff, Albwt [C'ontinued'l'rom Front Page.) Previous to the opening there was :eonferencQ after conference on. tjie floor as leadera; and delegates came in- but they; apparently -fruitless to all gutwa'fd evidences Die con- fvsntion stood -exactly' where It-did! 'the close of. Hie second' ballot last This showed: JlpAdoo 289, Pal- 254, Coi 159, with no othore fig- uring prominently. 'On the fourth ballot, tie solid Ne- braska voting tor Hitchcock broke, :sbme' going to McAdoo and Meredith .arid Owen. Nevada'switched her eli ;frbm Cor to McAdoo.' :The Gerard block in SontH Dakota" broke, most of them going to Palmer. "The result showed that McAdoo, Pal- mer and Cox all made enmll gains 'without any appreciable change of their balances. The official figures on the leading candidates :foliow: McAdoo, 335; Coi, 178; Palmer, 254; 'Cummings, i4; Owen, 32; Meredith, ZS; Srniti, 96. Cox Takes SAN7 FHANCISCO, July ioolc the lead in the race during the eighth ballot for the first time today and passtM McAdoa fvj'iCox held the- lead a short time, ''however, until Texas .flopped in her forty for McAdoo and'put him Qgaiu. Press Comment EDMONTON, July Edmon- ton Journal Saturday says the plat- form announced by the new national Liberal and Conservative party Is a farther Justification of its birth. There t'A" nothlpE radical pr revolutionary I is In It the' nfater- ial'for real constructive statesnia'usfclp nl'thi years to''come.- Not for any startling program of political science or big worded reform is It to be mark ed, hut for its simple and-honest re- cognition of actual facts and Condi :lqns and its manifest purpose to. at- tack Canadian'-' problems with each unlled spirit and ability-as the new organization may be able lo command. The Journal pays a warm tribute to the public of the retiring premier, Sir Rrtiert'Borden. A Vancouver Opinion Joly vince "It will be a verdict of history that iu-the hour of deatiny Canada, had a leader who truly interpreted, he? spirit and gave effect to her patriotic purpose. "The new. government, and the new party with its very awkward name irll! have to put up a strqug fight In all the provinces If it is to win next election." Tho World "In the long line ot men who our destinies since confederation h (Sir. Robert Borden) will hold an honorable and Important place. Tfr has sacrificed not only his private ad from Front Page) vantage bat hjs health In a cause fo: which so many have died." Says Colleagues Jealous MONTREAL; July Star says i.'. "Before war was won, and since Germany's capitulation Sir Robei Burden woe by the treacb cry jealous colleagues, but he remain ed undaunted, nhmurmuriugly carry Ing on, and doing unninchiiigV th best of which he was capable until hi Ireatth gave way and he was force to surrender to the laws of nature which forbade him carrying-au un supportable burden, "The Conservative newspapers lha helped the traitors In their conspirac foun Roweil Biding Hli lime .TORONTO, July N. W. Rowell, presidoutof the privy coun- lkc promier when when seen this morning, denied not-force glr that his visit had-any political at a of ._ nlflcance. At present, he said, he; tionBl .janger, have lived to' see his would make no statement as to his wuhdrawai regretted by the Intentions in regard to his resignation! Dominion and aro.now servile In the! from the cabinet, which ho submitted the other, day and .temporarily with- drew at the reriuest of tho national ..party caucus. He said ho expected retlremenT'oT's there would he four groups In the liobert Borden from the premicrshi house from now Liberal, ot Canada1, there passes a statesma Labor and Farmer. whose life has been marked by th Respecting the Alberta liquor im- effectiveness From Ntw York NEW YOnK, July port .decision, Mr. Rowell said that this inter-provincial Irado in liquor was a temporary thing and, the refer- endum to be held ere Ions would set- tie the Issue. Wholesome Coffee an Seal h whole- some (jtHdouj. SEALBRAND COFFEE is the motlpcjfttx and uttsryirg Coffie obuinsWt. ffienJcJ tnA roasted tntk infinite sfciH, ilt cJioke flavour into pulctgt. At good grouri, In l j-lk tiiu. Ser.J for our free Cof.'w, Petftctly Midt." CHASE MONTREAL. j with vfhich he ma! tained the political equality of Can ad and the other dominions with th Mother says th'e New Yor Times this morning. The ncwspape accentuates his friendship for th United SUtes, "despite his oppositto to the passage of a trade recfnrocll treaty between Canada and the Uni ed States Jn mil." Some Pessimism Over Lack Fair Will 'Be Big Event, MR. JOHN E, QUILDERSOM f. 0. Bos 123, Parrsboto, N. 3. 'I differed vith five ywo, so baclly at times I wu get up without assistanca I. tried saw advertised a bd'was treated by doetors in Amherst, aUo la my home towa, but the Rheumatism c.-uae back. In saw in an advertisement that fFruit-a-iives' would ttop Rhcu-. tnatutn, and took one box-aid got relief; then I took them right ilonj foraboutsix monlhs and the Rheu- matism was all gone'and 7 have neper felt Anyone who wonld care to write me as regards''Fruit-a-tivcs' I ;wouid be glad to tell them what lives' did for inc." JOHN E. GCrLTJERSON. .Contractor and Maso.n, 5Ce. a S for trial siic 25c.' Ai all dealers1- or sent postpaid by ives United, Oit. t will be a certainty that the hoys will "have to ride." A.very good program of sports has arranged. The racing program lll be of special Interest. There are ome fast horses coming in, and the arge prizes will be keenly contested r. It Is the intention of the committee o have one of tTie largest exhibits b ivestock and term produce In thli ountry, David, the thirteen-year-old son o Ir. and Mrs. Dahl was huricfl today !e passed away quite suddenly las aturday after a short run of dlph cria. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Law are spend ng' a few weeks at Raymond. Mr. C. H. Brewerton returned from Utah tonight Saturday the ball team success- ul In defeating the surveyors. The score was 20 to 12. Mr. DeVere Peterson and his moth- er have'Just returned fronra'trlp to Vancouver. Mr. Peterson con- litions on the coast as very good. Tomorrow the Boy Scouts are put- mg on a carclval, under the direction of Jleem, Spefford, Hitter and 6kou: son. to Or id; II. Lumb, Vera Cotisics, eed, LUHafl Bell, Dorothy lorothy McPhersou. Phyliis Emery, Margaret SkeHon, IsaMe! Mathers, Bvau Dmvles, Norma Milfar, Totn Bob Mitchell. Wasso'n, .irtiiur landte. v Beginners to 8eniorf-U Gordon Bass, Betty Hayr, Newton iecker, Marjorie Harrison, Pharol Rotzlaff, Isabel Schu- rnaker, Grace Papworth, Mona Wil- lams, Edward Tracey. Myrtle Pr.yor, !va Faurich. Stuart Patterson, KdwIn Parcher. Beginners to Junior I Ajidroy. Cheater, Jenkj, Beryl Williams. Grade to .in Fe-bruary Edna ytaer. Jean Harrison, Kath- iyawrence, vllle Hetzlaff, Wilfred Ball, Bernico 31aks, Lucile Easton, Gordon Mcln- .yre, Edna Brooks, Kdgar Eecd, Bob- )Ie Mackay, Audrey Joyce, Wesley Hoyt, Fred Uunce. April 20. Dorothy Fry.Y Frances Coppedge, Evelyn Fllmer, Jock Anderson, Eva Papworth, Lionel Petlley, Mamie Flynn, Floreuco Johnson. Bobbie Kane, Harold Bell, Arnold Odmark Jean McClure, Herbert Standing, Elli- Mackn-ood. Pegg.v Scott, HeggiV Barclay, Thelma Patter- li, i I. Maurice Kclls, Cyril Hills. Promoted From Grade II to Smith, George' Peart, Clarence Smith. .Grade, IV. to V. Honor James' Hotllday, El- ma Pulley; Joha ttstoi, Jessie Millar, bynu SmKh, Arthur Murray, Lily leaks, Mary Gray, 'Jessie ChappelJ, EIHa Little. Pined to on Record Oerald Patterson, Cynthia Thomp- son, Mary. Smeaton, Johnson, Jlmmie ekeltob, FJAa Schumaker, Nellie Smith, Elizabeth' Smith, Nelltfl. Bedster, Koy Jowett. Pasted Anal Billy Whlddington, Grace Pryor, Aadrew Mddes, Johnson, Keith Donild- Eon, Fred Johncon. Law- rence, Albert Bourne, Leslie Sneil, Nell Mossey, Boh Smith, Lawrence Fowler, Dttlt7 Handle. Grade V. Cfctlila Anderwn, Reid. Olive Arnold, Elrina Reed, Kathleen Muggins, Marguerite HcCalL Stanley Slarks, Edith Colin HcVean, Alan Basa, Dora Marsh, Kauser .Elton. r Grade VI. Majorle Chen- ey, Helen Cheuey. Mclntosh, Stuart Cre- rar, George Crlghton. Muriel McOuIre, Jack Weller, Jean Robertson, Irene Sam Baker Lays Charpe'Agairist Pearl Brown But'it Is-. Dismissed. As an afUrmath of the OBe In which Earn Baker was Sued for breaking a window in a residence on Third street south; Pearl pu laid by him, appeared at the city police conit on the charge of having liquor for sale. According to the evi- dence of Baker, he and a companion, Brtesoff, goibg down ThUd street, asked by Pearl Browij' to come and buy a drink. This he did, as aliio Boreooff, vith the result that they were both rendered' unconscious five after they had the drink, which was, as they alleged, of the nartrre of "knock-out drops." What transpired after tumble .to say. 'Borewff corroboratjed the story, stat- ing that after the experience they went off lo cool down in Gait Gardens, The defendaut told a different story. She said that she was resting on the sofa when the two mea camft into the house and Baker said that he wanted to see one Frankle Berry to get a drink from her. She told him that tho information received ai mUUla bead- quarters. The names of the western- candi- dates aro, as follows: Lawrence II. "indaU, Savary Is- 'and, B.C.; Win. Norman Boatock, Ducks, B.C.; John S. toria, Vancouver Island, B.C.; Edward' G. Bij.; H. O. Carpel, Vancouver; H. Lampman, Victoria N. George Bereslord, Vancouver; Arthur Richard, Lardner, B.C.; John 6, Toole Nelson, T. C. Matthews, Canary; A. Homer Klrkpatriri, Bidwell Lace Bolle, Vancouver. Wood, Claude McGuire, Ethel llaimes, party named was asleep, whereoppn Robert Donaldson, Bradwln Papworth, t be asked her to provide the drink Minnie Schumacher, Scott Sinclair, i which she said she could not do. j altercation then started up In An .Grade VI. Dorothy Davies, ias alleged, Baker said that ha Pass Frank Watkins, Sidney Tuck- 1 Kentucky and he woold' show well. James yfner, Gladys Combes, [what he would do with Canadians. Thto Mary. Marsh, Annie Wil- brought Frankie Berry on the scene Holt, JSlva Huff, Ifolliday, Reggie Bunce. Grade.VH. to Grade VII. Honor S: man, Maisey, G Lowe, D. Westley; JI. Woolf, E. Schu-1 M. Harries. Pass Emery, F. Marsh, O. Tracy.-B. Peart, B. Hills. Promoted from Jr. III. to Sr. III. Houor Pettley, A. Kuust, C. Copstantlneicu, A. L. Reed, L. Cdmbe'a'.M. Mathers. R. Shirley, Willie Hsy, Robert Anderson, Elsie Ahrens, Chria- tine EmU Kathleen Jenks. Prbmotc'd on Tre- Iving, bonglls EsL-srt- son, Jack Randle, Doris Klpp, Victoria Cross, Graze'Bartlett, Hugh Mahon Leslie HolU Panned on final Searle, L Bourne, K. Symonds, H. Schumaker. .Tom I the dispute getting hot, I Daker seized a' chair end broke' a win-! dow.'both meii then going out She Kerr, G, Johnson, C. Meads. Pass Harshalsay, H. Thompson, M.xHay, C. Wakelen, J. G. Little, C. Webster, R. Ahreni, L. Pulley, S. Marsh. Paulng to Grade IV. Senior Od- mark, Reginald Skelton, Gerald Owen, Hazel McCall, Eric Stanford. Patterson, Gordon WilBOn. Phills Emery, Harry Jowitt, Harold Thqmasf Stewart Andrews Lottie Robert McPherson, Ern- eel Cleaver, Nellie jMcl'herson, A'erna Smith. Junior Swan- on, Arthur Hayr. Grelg, Harold Fetter, Ibarles Symmonda, Nellio Barton Jly Pryor, Amas'sy, Steed, Daisy Lis- er. Justus Webster, Evelyn Arnold Willie Noel Macwood, Arthur HEALER REPORTED AS DOING GOOD WORK OTTAWA, July ar, aftermath of tha visit to Ottawa of M. M. Hlc.'k- Church 'of England, who has earn- ed for himself recognition as a "healer, one 'young girl, 'afflicted from birth with b1.indncss can'see and sev- eral other cases of physical ailment and disability have been reported cur- ed or on the way to recovery. Mrs J. E. Hodgins, IOCS Bronson Avenue who has been subject to epileptic fits for eleven yearn, is reported as nhsol ululy recovered and Mrs. Frank B Jacques, HIS Bank street'Is reported on the way to recovery after having suffered a nervous breakdown as s result of pain from a growth oh her left eye. SLUGS ON FRUIT TREES HAMILTON. Ont, July of tho Niagara fruit belt this morning reported tho appearance of the'slug both on cherry and pear trees and in some instances cherried have been af fccted by the slugs' destruction o foliage. ...........__ -j B. C. RULE OF ROAD CHANGES ON JULY 15 (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, Alta., Juno continued tlry spell has caused a good j deal ot-pessimism among the farm-! ers.-but It Is ralhcr hard to erase the smilo from nil faces, Varied reports of tho grasshopper pest lead us to believe that at present the damage Is not extensive. One of the finest crops of rye is that of Mr. E.-S. two miles south of town. This crop Is just out of the blow. It has.mnde an averafio growth ot four and a hajf feet. The Raymond Agricultural Fair this year should be the best that has ever been staged hore, The dates of the fair aro .August 5 and 7. Secretary K. F. Klmbal slated that Ihn com- ml have contracted ivllh Captain :l'almer and of the I-ethurldgn ''Aim-aft Co. for --two 'days of exhibition and stunt flying. More tliP.n likely n special machlnfi will be used -for this. Passengers will also be taken aloft. Tho stampctlo is going to be a strong fc.ituro also.' There has been ironic talk of Rcttins Mr. Hay Knight's flrlpK of; bud ones.' Arrangoracnls., however, have not yet been made bull VICTORIA, B.C., .Tuno Announcement is made that the rule of the road would change in the Interior of the province- on July 15. For Vancouver Island and those parts of tho mainland wherein the British Columbia Electric'Railway op- erates, the change vlil not lie- come effective until 'December 1521. c. EARNINGS MONTREAL, July Pa- cific Riflway earnings for the week ended June 50, 1920, in- crease; denied that they had any drink.on the premises. rYankie Berry substantiated the story of Pearl Brown, saying'that the men appeared to have beeu drinking when they came In. The magistrate believed the women were telling the truth, and whs of the'oplnlon that Oia meif were drunk when tiey entered the premises. The charge was accord- ingly WHISKEY IN DEMAND PATTERSON, NJ., July of three motor trucks bound to-New York' from' Balttaioce with 500 cases of whiskey valued at JlOO.fWO. report- ed to the police today that they had been held up on, the Lincoln 'highway near here early fbf? morning by Uireo gunmen who u first represented them- selves u prohthilica enforcement agents, 1 Better than Pilis I GET A For Liver Ills.! 25c BD J. D. KlgfeboCtiaxn Co, Lfcd, PILES Dr. Ciise'j Ototoeot vtn reUei sni aflor4 eoc. a deafen, or A Cv, Tcsoato. Box frw tt yea tuMttaa IUt ttL to "DIAMOWD Don't jtrtak or nan your materU 9 Insist on "Diamoni ioM'iii R. M.: C.' RESULTS OTTAWA, June Canadian of a total, of 102 candi- dates writing on the recent Royal Military. entrance tions, 61 were successful, according to "CORNS' LJff Right Off Wtthoot'Palri F. A JOINT INSTALLATION of officers of all subordinate lodges of Oddfellows In the .c-Ky will be held on Monday evanlng. July Buramarwi't Lettibridat. ALL BROTHERS WELCOME M1ZPAH LODGE, No. 72 IF you are not already using Blue Ribbon Baking Powder in your home, we would like you to try it. If you' are eager to improve.your baking, select now the best family baking powder, and stick to it. Blue Ribbtin BakingPowder maintains unfalteringly its high stand- ard of quality, its goodness never lessens, each, tin contains baking powder that will- act like the last tin, and give you it. Doesn't hurt a bit'. Drop 'a' IIU "Freezono" an.' aching cpra.-lnaUiri, ly that corn stops hurting, then short- ly you lift it right off with 'fingers. Truly! _ Yoar druggist sells, a tiny bottle of "Freezone" for a few'centa, siiffMcut to removc-every hard com, soft'corn, or corn betTvccn the toes, and'the cal- luses, without or irTitatlon.' Advc-rtisement. Wantedl SO Me li j j At Once I 1 Highest Wages paid of 1 I any Brewery in Alberta. I Lethbridge g Breweries, Limited NOTICE! THE- MEMBERS OF' LOCAL UNION 354 OF INTERNATION- AU BREWERY WORKERS ARE OUT ON STRIKE FOR BETTER WAGES. Intending Worksrj are aikecf to take note and endeavor to hslpthe members of above Local to obtain their demancfc by keep- ing away from the Lethbridge Brcwtry Ltd., who are ing for help to fight the union. The members of the Local Union of Brewery Workers are only out to get a fair living and to Just. From Package to Plate All in the matter of a few minutes ACARONI u one of thoie delighllul wheat that ii pul up in packages ready for injlant use al all limes. Macaroni has nearly twice ihc nouriinmcnl, pound (ot pound, contained in meat, .eggi, posltiy, rlc. It is a genuine food product made from Ihe harden wheat grown in Western Canada, ll ii a wheal product made under idea! sanilary condiliQni. Learn mote about this neuriihing, cconomicilfood. Try it in one o( the hundred or more diffcrenl liie (oiks wilh a new diih. Your giocer carries him for it. A food for the or poor 1 BEANS WITH OLD-TIME GOODNESS TJioy'ro Biriiple olA i rxl liakctl as wir nothore and grandmothers cc-ohod Uiem for us. A little caUup rs added causft wo 'remember that as youngatere, we always ctl'inother lo put a bottle o! fier Comftto sauco cm iSvo table tho_day we bad baked be ail R. TRY ONE CAN I OF QUAKER BRAND PUT UP BY Ganners B. C. Ltd. p, C. ;