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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TH1J Ilb'llAUJ. PAGE NINB A LIGHT AHEAD BY H. P. GADSB} Gi'i'AWA. July Eiaio a trsik. In the rust larae tnoujh to show the Liberal ivhore U stands. The Judges lay Ihe position U ooDetul. fust aa the war bad to tnUli ire VJKJW what tba...var meant ao the budget had. to bt roiod on brfoM Vfi aoftlyie tin political jeiuUe. H items plfc'n anoygh thai there are 'to bo great political parUgj lo tils I tounu-y and "J10 they may call theraaeUes will tw tho Hljli Tariff party oxj .tile Liberals will be lio Tariti party but not eo low iii lo stop ttto goose from laylnr cgtsa: lartlw will b> iafd and cauo anil Uier absorb one or another. ironys Wnleh arc now making so mnuh noise In the country.- i Of ikf (wn-iurUas 1 could say that the Liberal jnrir'Vis' better orjinlia- tlon. better jirospecls and a better knuwlejgo'of.; OTFII alms and ob- The' budjel vote males It cleat thai Free trader as Mr. come commander-in-chief, will mat brilliant loulenants: In short, tbe Lil eral parly has a leader bul capable headquarters slatt to lira from, J do not need lo name over Ihn O! of them doughty lights: I repeal my belief tbaL one ic OU Guard will be the next Libc al lender, not only in keep Hie young Guard qulel, bul to give Canada a sizable figure of national repuldlloii and. "approved record. Several mem- bers ol Ihe Old Guard "answer llih Oliver, George Gra- lianir ftadolphe' Letneiux, Jacques Bureau Sir Allan Ayolsworlh, D. D. MDcfcenzIe, W.Hfam Stevens Fteldine and otbere. Quebec is not disposed act as a lion In the palli. She hai er Favorite sons to be Ihejr to none In ability and re- she assents to the propo; tlon that Is an English Protestant's :rn and will make no I mlsa my guess If tlie chosen leader not.'from. Ihe East, not because the 1st has a monopoly of wife men, but icsiiae the Western' lall isn't h.g npugli yet to wag-Ihe Eastern. dog, hbu'eh' It'may b'e "allowed to cr.bugb while la making the piattorra.- When I say-a man from-the East my hougls naturally, turn'to'D. O; Mac enzle, who Is keeping Ihe.scat warm D. lias developed great social qual Ics short (enure, tells o lory all.lbo esprit-of the lale lr Joha.Macdonnld, and Is a "mixer" f no mean proportions, Somebody aid 'the other day If D. D. breezes nlo thai, convention and gels off three T his bc'at etorleg I think he'll capture And there .is jus .at chAhco. Jf'D. he is affec U which I do ot bcllqve hp .does. The gtiii.il D. D lay his golden crown, plentifully ned with thorns, cheerfully dowi when the Shining One comes along. Who IB thai Shining One? Mon nd 'more opinion here lurna to W Fielding who has ill the niarka'tha gad tiio.ieekera'lo him, lie .a'from he "a'nallonal repulQ Ion; he liQ3 done notable (.hmgg (o ree Reciprocity and th UUlsh Preforence; Vie Is Uie ailtho Ihe German which shoul e a feather in cap Just now; h t one.ol finance, minister anada over, had and beaten know financial eiport la wKaPltils.coun ry needs; and he b old 'enough tio o stand loo long In the way 'ol Ih'a asplr.ne'youth which walnla to ts fling now thai the Liberal part las got orer Its unreasonable opr-os :Ion to young men In'office. Moreover Mr. Fleldlnir on ilronjly agtlnst Ihe budget and, of. the McMtRter rcaolutlo wbich fs a Riga he back he bc.Jongf. U irf'truo Mr. ng girt'Sir WllfrW jAthft'emftoe In 100o OB the Autondm 31Ma, bul In the end be Blood las Quebec has forgiven him not only fo tbe defection he did not matte (n 19( buc for the cffeellon he did make for no olber rtiaeon than thn ie looks like the Joshua -who Is i >Ad (hem Into (he promised land. here lhat the com bin lion Is FleMIIhg-Gouln, Wllh Quebec strong man In second place. At a evenis the Quebec'mcmbe'rg talk Flcl with'nobody In rhrUcul; objecting, except one or iwo wh opprehcnd iihnl. such'.n 'parinerflh would push Ibem Inlo a CB.ru for -his wounds. She put him on a Eat al hi 3 side, applying sbo'th'lrlg "iced, cloths to- hla closed eye. Mrs. Wlllard left the arena prben he towel waft throyrp into the ring tho beginning ,of the fourth while the beaten charzplon wag taken to his iratniog camp for a moment, whore' be v.as bnthod and flret alii given bis Injuries. 'am sorry iKat Jeaa was beaten, can truthfully say I am happy that 'he is no longer Mrs. Wlllard now, that wo shall fcs able lo live In' peace. JCSB will bccoma a private citizen again. U was the second boxing contest I bad ever end I don't want lo wJU when our Boiiy Old the Trick Although the flght was over belore 4.30 o'clock, Willard did not motor to hia homo unlll an hour and a hall later. He said lie did not recover from the elTects of .the left hook thai Dempsey landed early In the first round until perhaps an hour after lie left tbe ring. waa Ibe blow lhat started me any more. I shall be happy car, tafce Jeas hack home to .0 bis home nay Archer, his bualneiB manager, and hla sparring1 parlncrs, (ho porcLos adjoining the WJllaid bouae were ulfre women dabbing their eyes with hnndkerchlofa. 'U Beemi as If there has been, a death In (bo one of them said. "Well, I tried Jt once loo wai tho greeting Wfllard gave them. Tho champion had a turklsh lowel draped over hia head lo obacora hla bruised face. He docs not expect to leave Toledo three or four days. Lion of Hour TOLEDO, July The HraL few hours alter Iho bailie were much the same os those following passing of past, titles. Dempsey waa soon dreEE- ed and much in evidence about the downdown seclion, follovrcd by a wild- ly enthusiastic and chcerlog throng OL admirers. When he appeared for dinner at Ihe leading hotel Ihe corri- dors were a mass of swirling spectat- ors who peeked at Wlllard'a conquer- or as he Drake training and dined In a manner entirely different from tho simple menus of (be past tiro months At tl. same hour his dethroned op- ponent wag resting In his homt in a residential section with his batlerert head packed in ice hnjja and cut on from communication from Jhe outside world. He was eiamtned by Ibe boxing coiamfM'on doctor, how- after luring (QB rlog. The latter stated that Wlll- an] was not Bcrloua.y Injured and would be able to appear in public ai soon as his, and other narks of battle had left him. Dempscy baa no immMiale idea of tbe ring for there la worthy opponent in sight ot this time. !t h likely that he will endeavor lo ;urn his newly gained ring laurels Into commercial value 23 baa been the cm- ;om ot all modern holders of the title. It is fcuown, howeTer, lhat he la ready .0 defend tho cliamploaehip at any time and It la quite likely that a hrnl .vlU bo started to find n suitable and drawing opponent wHhln a feiv months. Tex Ricbad, promoter or yester- day's battle, when npproacbcd on this matter, denied that he had any .nlcti- ;ion ot undertaking Ruch a venture nt time. lie said: "JJempsey is sure to make a popular champion and will in time be call oil upon to defend his title, but there la no one In eight at present to give him battle. Wbllo he a wonderfully built athlete, Dcmp- j- is no bigger than scores ot other men throughout the country and Eur- ope and for that reason will be easier to match thnn Yvlllard was. "The new contenders must first be developed, however, and this will lake time.1 Unless Carneulier of France or Beckett of England show within the nest few months that the war has not set back their boxing ability, ive must await for a new opponent to battle his to a position where he can a laeeUcg with the new cham- Lloyd Fin a gin, while canoeing IL Burlington Bay, drowned. The -.vile ot Mr. Justice Stdsewick, Ottawa, dlocl at Halifax. Fire In Andrew Roas' Ham ULcm, did damaga. Hamilton Board ol hev? given new Dames to Ihe hoaptlaTi. fte. A. LocUiart :n- jurcil in a tuesla wi'.X i_ Oaiiftini, in the ".G.E. at Carline HcigbU. RED SEAL Tho lUIKax board oT heRlt'h o ccl a genera) vncclnaUon of cltlzon Mr. iLiul Mfffl. J- Nendlck, of Slou jdlc, C-elctirfticd tlielr gol'fzn we Strike 'jf S.DOft cli.aiifreiin n nuJ portCM employed In t Irull and vcieUbli; New York's supyly nf ptrigfmblc Job RECONSTRUCTION! Our Boys have made the world a safer place and a better place to live. It's up to us to makers town a better, more beauti ful, more modern and safer place to dwell and enjoy the blessings and prosperity of peace. TTY New homes, new Normal progress was III II stifled because of-the necessary embargo the government plac- ej Upon materials during the-war. Progress is open to us now. Take full advantage. Build new, bright, cheerful, comfortable homes, modern, up-to-date stores and office" buildings. P. LUND SON WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN LUMBER LATH, SHINGLES, MOULOINQS AND SUPPLIES Of ALL, KINDS: HEAD OFFICE AND DISTRIBUTING 3rd AVENUE AND 17lh STREET, LETHBRIDQE. BRANCH YARDS AT MACLEOD, COALDALE, CHIN AND BARNWELL. AT THESE WE HANDLE FENCING MATERIAL, HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS.. CONSULT US REGARDING PRICES. PLANS, ETC. Box 189 or Phone 516 LETHBRIDGE ;