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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LRTHBRinGE' DAILV HERALD Ube Xetbbtfboe "toeralb DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 326 Street South, Lethbridge W. A. BUCHANAN' President and Director John Torrance Business .Manager Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per week .25 Daily, by mail, per year........ S.OO Daily, by mail, [or 6 months Dally, by mail. 3 months Weekly, mail, per year raises lo ba one of the iirges! fleWs m ihe world. In ludla only iJrilish coitiyaJiies permuted 10 operate. The Duma Oil coiupauy holds a blanket conces- sion. It Is a third owner ot the vot- ing stock ot the Anglo-Persian Oil company, and is, thyrefore, a partner with iho Bj'tish Government- Both companies are interested in the Kgyptiau oil deposits, as if also the Shell Transport Tra.lius company, the Urulsh part of the Hoyjl Dutch- Shell fombiuatiou. Tlw Hayptian fields, those of TrinldaJ. aril some others in ihe British Empire are clos- ed to American companies. On the other hand, llritish concerns have In- terests In the California aud mid-con- tinent fields iu America aud in Mexico. In the latter holuiuss tlio British corporations are lo! threaten the supremacy ol the Stan- dard Oil company. The British Government is inider- stood not only 10 be negotiating tor Do You Know? TODAY'S 'QUESTIONS i Who is the sovereign oi Persia, ana did he ascend throno? What Is the pop-alntlon ot the Javanese Kiupire What principality of Europe has cultivation! i. When did Cnrrama r.tsume the 1'rasidency of 5. What Is a peterboat? ti. Why is rusewoixl sO'called? SATURDAY'S QUESTIONS 1 What of territory does lose by thw Treaty ot Ver- sailles? What number of population does she Report Big Crusade Against To- bacco Resell at Cenven- lion at Utah City. 3. What was Sir liolmt Bordcn'6 profession before hs was called to the jbar? When did uniforms tor tho army firs! Vame into use in Great Britain. C. What were the colors of the soldiers lu the American S.r.C 1 Weekly, by mail, per year to U S. 2.00; POSSIBILITIES FOR A HELIUM PLANT -A special cable ilcspatch to the Tor- onto Globe states that J. U. McLennan. Professor of Physics in tho University of Toronto, is in l-umlou. Kng.. ar- ranging with the British Admiralty j for the installation or a plant in Can- ada for the production of lielium. The despatch should be of particu- lar local interest in tne possibilities .that lie in the projected plant being located near the city through efforts 'being directed towards the same. control of the Shell corporation but the Anglo-Persian company, control- led by the Government, has a con- trolling interest in one of the largest distributing organizations in the world, pud a huge refinery is bcius erected on tbe south coast of Tho cost ot coal has risen to such a point that industrial establishments are bound lo consider oil fuel when it becomes more available. With oil resources "at hand, the maritime supremacy of the' llritish Empire can bs sustained whatever may Cap pea to the coal trade'. Oil, even in the matter of cleanliness when placed against coal, wll! boovelcomed in ANSWERS square miles. Eight millions. 3. Professor at tute. New Jersey. Glenwood Insti kept out-ot the hall, waa in again "M nigh'., its monotonous spme'tkiiif ihe wb'tds of i whlcS we're'-drowned out 'the'dlu the .Cox sins them. r (Joati'esamso Connally of Texas au-j peared In the demonstration bearing' tha 'tirsi picture of McAdoo wklch appeared In the hall. It evidently lithograph. home-made atiempt at a It icoked .more like a carl (From Our RAYMOND, July A positive stand against tobacco In nil forms was the outstanding feature of the monster convention of ihe Young Men's aud Young Ladies' Mutual Im- provement associations of_ the Mqr- mou church held' In Salt Lake City, Utah. laBt month. Delegates from Alberta who have returned from !the south report one 'of the largest and most enthusiastic gatherings in the history of the associations. Church aud social leaders interested In the yoiiigjiiep .and women of the church were present from every part of the as well as prominent speakers from the easterDj'slates and the Paci- fic coast. Frank Steele. was the accredit- ed delegate ot the Taylor stake Y.M.M.I.A.. returned from Salt Lake last' night. lia states that by a hearty RICKED UP IN SS1NG TBI MAX 1 and unanimous vote ihe following A pre-hls.torio people of Mexico and Central America. 5. Military uniforms were first adopted in England about the time ot Henry VIIL, being used for his body- guard. Uniforms for the army came in use in. when, on the restora- lion of the Stusrts. a standing army was first formed. 0. Blue and gray were the distinc- tive colors worn by the soldiers of the North and South respectively. Helium gis can be produced from The great calorific power of tural gas as a by-product without iti anyway taking away from the B.T.U. .qualities of the gas. !i is regarded as a valuable commercial commodity for inflating airships' balloons, in that, as a gas substitute, it Is less expen- sive .than hydrogen, added to the Im- portance that it does not posses any inflammable qualities which lend "themselves to explosion. The pros- unity to gas areas, with the direct supply obtainable at- short distance, should make the LethbricJge locality n very invi.ting and desirable one. Professor Mcl-ennan was scientific advisor to the Admiralty, and during the last'Etages of the war lectured be- fore. the Chemical Society in Great Britain on the new helium gas ob- tainable in parts of Canada. He is oil as compared to the space' It oc- cupies, and the lessar space which oil as compared-tq steam en- gines, occupy magnify the importance of oil as an will mean much to commerce in-that there will be greater cargo space afforded i: ships than at present. There is -also the great benefit which the use of oil will give in enabling a ship enuipped for oil fuel lo bunker fer Ihe round trip. That oil will be king is, there- fore, very apparent. STAMPEDING THE PREMIER use and non-sale, of tobacco." As will be 'noted the convention went on record not only as urging the total abstinence from tobacco but also for the non-sale in business houses owned and controlled by mem- bers of the Y.M.M.I.A. This will af- fect thousands ot merchants through- caturo. Lithographs ot fox appeared, too. Cheer leaders sprang up as the slate standards moved around the ball ID a vmumK line. Ear-Splitting Contest The pipe organ, the convention band and band were In an ear-splitting contest most of the time. Chairman Kobinson and other offi- cials, the (utility of attempt- Ins to check the din, placidly wall- Ing for the racket to i'ear itself out. "If "the'tradition that a democratic coaYeution never, works, on Sunday I) gobd, '.he demonstration the postponement ot the nomination until Monday, because, with two hours half! left .for business before midnight, the} crowd showed! no dis- position to get down to business. It roared and reeled and BCreamefl, and hooted and the convention looked like It mad. Deadlock Sime al Ever refinery, and the Australian's funds were low. To thi- fwirls under to a confederate outside the Provinc who IS In the game, and HO far-H tbe books of the establishment go th shipment's tally with the quantity iqnor they are supposed to have ha n hand. This is a device which well known to the police, and c which they 'have to contend ngeiu the enforcement nt ihe Liquor Ac That the whole Liquor Act nee revising, if prohibition means to pr hiblt, Is apparent. Tliis is a matt which rests with Hie people In I opportunity that will shortly he give of Cardston.' Mrs; Lee was one of tbe speakers at the convention Her ad- dress on the power of prayer in re- ligious one of the best ieard at the 'convention.-. In the report "appearing, in the Herald some time >gb it was stated thai Dr. Wray of Lcthbrldge, had >een appointed medical health officer here at the paid the re- tiring-officers, Dr. A, Clayton Green- away. Inference drawn from the story'that the, question of dollars and cents was the sole point involv- ed. The council and board of health desire.thai this be corrected. It iu desired thai this be understood clear- ly that Dr. Wray did not seek this appointmentxbiit that it was tendered him for reasons well understood Ihe Board-and Dr. Wray at the time of the appointment. Your cbrruspun ent makes this belated correction as convinced that the government ould adopt measures that would pre- ent a recurrence of the catastrophe nd took no steps to-do so, but in- fferenlly left him to his fate, we enturo to prophesy that he, too, ould do some fist shaking, and make ome effort to "stanipeife" somebody nto action. The farmers' lu the area affected ave been called upon to endure thai hich will try the meuto of the bard cst of men. The long, hot. dry sum Dr of last year, following the dry eaaon left them not a spear f grain or .a blade of grass for the rinter. Then came a-winter the liko f which has seldom, this muhern cbnntry, when many farm travelled literally thousands miles through snow cold in.orde o keup iiis atoek ulivt, 'pledging a! je bad to pay for feed, and when I lie spring he had sown his fields wit seed paid for .with borrowed money with nlea'sure although .at the time- f writing the story, .the' facts were eported as he had secured them from lie municipal oiiice, It is hoped that his 'statement will clear the air re- ativo to this- matter. Quite a number'of Raymond peo: ple nttended the Dominion Day cele- iration at Warner. report a splen- The Canada Land Irrigatioi Coriiliany, Limited, has been makin a special effort in the production o pure bred hogs and sheep, and the! success in this respect is exemplifie oy the results obtained in ono of th strongest competitions at Calgary las week. In the hog competition they won the! grand championship for both boar aadj sow, reserved champion sow, cham- pion Alberta-bred sow and boar''and jChampion herd, as well as eight first prizes. Llout. Flora Sandcs, the only woman officer in the Serbian Army, 'left Bug ton recently .for a holiday In Aus trnlia. Prince Albert has juel, finished a tour of all the great TynfcBlde centres where be received an cnthuslaEtic wej come. Sir John Dixon has. retired undo the 'age 'the position o "The Supreme .Piano" No better built at anyprlcc. prices and tin tirrns- Stylo Booklet" .'FfJEfc' Eisy terms arranged. Call or virile today. NBaimorai Block1 Hornt 'of the'' Vietrola" lid time. Jlrs. Corless, Dora Corless, n-Ulie ;Ejieeii; competition they were succlessfuiiln.winning grand chaniplon- EtUji is of their own rais- ing, and first prize for every entry except one. G. T. R. EARNINGS MONTREAL, July Trunk {raffle earnings for the week ending June 30, are: 1320, 1919, increase, ASK TO BE FITTED! Kiddies' Sandals for Summer Lots of cool conifort foAhe kiddies and very "dcfihitc saving in their shoe _bills, all summe'rlong.'-CAnVa's er pric" eJ up to afpaiiv All- sizes. Nelson SHERLOCK BUILDfNd 10 saw .this seed blown-out of the ground and the field left barren -and waste, ls; nn experience .that enters into men's is no topic tor cheap and indifferent criticism on the part of those who view the situation from a safe distance. Added to the burden of a, bitter experience is the feeling on tlie'pa'rt of many that lite one thing tlial will Miss Cora JefTery a'tid Lee Brewerton returned 'Friday evening from Utah. Mr. and Jlrs. H. C. Christensen and Mrs. Lawrence GlinVs and Miss Retta Glines will not return for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Kober F. Allen aid Mr. and Mrs. Rondo. Dahl, two young couples prominent, in the social life of Raymond, and wbo were recently mar- ried in Salt Lake City, returned home Saturday evening. They will reside iu Raymond. Mr. and Mrs, Myron H Holmes will return next week three of these couples were tend- ered many social affairs by relatives and friends in the south. reached here yesterday ot the death fn Layton, Utah, ot Mrs. Lay ton, sister of Mrs. T. J. O'Brien, o llaymond, antl mother of Mrs. J. Alf red Kirle of Magrath. Mrs. .Laytbn who is well knowh here, has beei ailing for some months although he death came quite suddenly ,and as severe blow to tbe family. Mrs. Laj provide a sure remedy'against a ra-lton wns also a sister .of'Mrs. Jamc currence.ot these conditions is being E. Ellison, former bishop of Ilaymon denied.them the .government ami that nf irrigation i3 be- i ing made the 'shuttlecock baited j atKiul between Kdmontnn and Ottawa. There are many pros and cons to be j it is no'woitder some npdy ilocs first ward. David Dahl, aged '14, son of Mr. an Mrs. Arthur and a very-splen did type of boy, died this" week o dyptherta. Impressive -funeral se weighed In the Interests of true temperance and for obviating the evils of strong drink. How to do away with the? bootlegger is not the least of these, British control, prominent JTIPII f_riter; CEled in oil in i-Jnglaml formed what Is now llie Ansio-Perslan Oil company. A pipeline and refinery were establish- ed and operated for four years. Kumls again ran low, am] this led lo tbe British Government stepping in and purchasing controlling interest In the compaiij-. This proved n remunerative Investment, with great commercial bonfita to bu derived In the future, -Some of the wells in Persia have flown steadily for trtn prmid parents, years, and art: still yielding oil free It 13 n process of attrition In the selection of the Democratic nominee In San Krancisco. for a candidate whoso name !s be- fore the Convention against bis will, as was first Implied, McAilon is doing Ijrclty well. With Knnilolph Hearst trying for I'reFldential honors, il looks a case of vaulting ambition about to over leap itself. I There iMiimit bill a, great muas nrfl of local pri'Jo in the distinction gainerl in the educational field Walter and AileenvDimlumi. Mr. ani Mrs. Dunham hnvo lull reason to t> ly. the controls. Firltlsh Kcrtmmagors what they wer> scrimmaging about. Cox Sand in Again The Ox hand, xvtilch hail been a world ot satisfaction in a 1 pipeful of OLJ) CHUM Tobacco, It has that mellow richness that appeals; to every smoker, You are sure of a, long enjoyable a thoroughly satisfying you fill up your pipe with OLD CHUM Favrite f ipc ;