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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBnmoE HERALD TUESDAY, JULY She Xetbbciboe leibbrlbfle, DAILY AND WEEKLY v Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDQt HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 326 6th Street Scuth, Leihtridjo W. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing. Direc-ior John TorraBce Business Manager rular interest to the pwpla a! Can-! ada and the British Kmplre. Interest) also centres ou tile relation ot the! Convention to the Irish qutftion. The Siaii Keiii element aid not ,get -much siSUUciicTi from 'tho Kejiublicau Convention, ur.d II cannot said (bat it received a great ileal of in- couragenicnt froo> the- Democratic i Convention in the ulaiform statement ol the views iu regard to Ire- Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS Who are the Koskruelans? 2. What does the word meau and what do thev aim at? 3. Is a Persian wheol? 4. What was the first' ship-ot-llne launched In the Western hemisphere? 5. When and where General The stand taken.is Ma-commit- j PersliSog born! jial mid diplomatically worded c'' Wnat laud. Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Subscription Daily, delivered, per week Dally, by rua.il. per i Daily, by mail, for 6 Daily, by mail, 3 Weekly, by mall, per year I it is fjid tlsii. withlu tbe limilalions j j of imernnitonal comity usage, the i Convention repeals the several prev- ions expressions of tho sympathy of (he Democratic Parly of the United States for tne aspirations of Ireland tor self-government- This does not j carry any endorsation of the Irish, re- public. De Vak-ra and his tol- i lowers have liked lo have secu f J expressed. Into by the Uoternmoat? on THE CREDIT OF GREAT BRITAIN Weekly, by mail; per year to ii'io j Tbe Hankers' Trust .Company o( New York exemplifies. a friendly spiril, which. 13 very muTh needed at THE SMALL TOWN 'AGRICULTURAL FAIRS The interest taken in the agricul- 'e 1 tion lo the credit of Great llntain. tural fairs in tbe various localities tbe present time Hi the relation of the Anglo-Saxon races, in drawing alien- where it is proposed they should bo held is, in tbe prospects of a season wbtcu Is not of the nature of a bumper one with regard to crops, an extreme-] Iy wholesome signification. It signi- fies that. In spite of the drawbacks which the farmers have in encounter, there is still tbe interest taken In their particular occupations. If not a pridn in the same. It is a good spirit and an encouraging spirit, aud serves to show (he faith Ihe farmers have in .the possibilities of the occupation to .which.they devote themselves. holding of fairs, if for nothing else, stimulates interest, takes away Referring, to. Great ;Britain as Eng-. land, as Americans are wont to do. the Bankers' Trust Company draws attention to a pamphlet just issued by it entitled "English Public Mnance." Great' Britain is not the financially moribund country as publications of tbe Hearst type would like to make Americans imagine. It is pointed out that Bhe_ csme out of the world war about thirty-six billion dollars deeper in debt than when cue entered it. Duly one-sixth of- this debt is owed to other countries. Her own people hold six-sevenths of it. The Bankers' Trust Company's MONDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Who is the sovereign ot Persia, anil when did ho ascend the throne? 2-. What Is the population of the Japanese Empire 0. What principality ot Europe has 110 cultivation? When did Carrauzi assume the Presidency of Mexico? What is a peterboat? 6. Why is rosewood so-called? ANSWERS 1. Sultan Ahmed Mirzah Shah; ascended the throne July, 1309. i. In the 1917 Census taken T7.2GO.J93. 3. The Principality of Monaco, the whple available ground of which is built over. V 4. May, 1917. 5. A boat made to go either way stem and stern befnj both alike 6. Because when It Is cut it gives a perfume Ifie that of roses. anything of despomlcMv. crates j shmvs lhat Eince 16SS- when tue a healthy rivalry. These are assets .In helping towards the attraction of j .farnvlife, in the opportunity furnished j for wholesome interest. It is much to be regretted that a fair for Lethbridge did not materialize Ibis season. This, however, should not mean that all Idea of a fair in 'the city should be given up for the .future. The idea of a Lethbridge fair for next season should be kept in :mind. With this in view it is none :too early for farmers iu the district 'to start', collecting samples for the 'next year Lethbridge fair, which is to be held if the necessary action In regard-to It is taken early. -It would be well there should he .'reminder of this, and that farmers. .with the prospects of a Lethbridge ahead, should start this season in samples of their produce' in The leaving this to n'exl year will be deferring it to a time when it will be too late. In this look ing ahead the farmer who takes o pride In what he. produces will be well 'employed. J British national debt first "began to U.'imtiitued from Front i known wheat raiser, tales thai Uobs rheat Is' .'He gure's that maXe a 30-baeheI rop wlthgut.iuy more rainfall. A three-quartir Inch raia'oo Sunday light end ulcc showers Monday have rreatly Luuefltled Raymond crops ince the above report was written. GBASSV I AKE Our Own Cc-rrespouicDl) ORASSY LAKE, July Dlsippoint- ment it felt that rain did not again visit us this week, as a certain amount if wheat Is now headiug out at a low evel. Oa lighter laud Ihe crop Is not ooklng >o well as last week. Cut- worms are now flushed In soma parti, but other fanners report they are stil! forking strong. ton TBK A IJ-yearoId Kansas girl add' ed three columns or figures, niae fig- ures to the column. In 55 seconds, beating an adding machine, operated grain has held Us own much belter than'would be expected. Some Gelds are coming on Ane and will give good returns at harvest time. Rain is need- ed and unless !t conies Boon the late grain will not be very good, but as the rainmaker is coming we need not Good rsln last night for two hours tear tor moisture. Look; for big crops over the district, has changed the sit ualiou since [he abore was written. VULCAN (Fre-m Our Owu CorrMpondfnl) VULCAN, July 5 -Crop prospects tt this "district wero never better than they are this morning. The very hot davs without wind, tallowing the mois- ture that fell some three weeks ago. has .brought the crop along almost In'- credibly fast. The growth during the past three weeks has been nothing short of marvellous, aud Just as the top ot the ground was beginning tt> get a little dry we are being visited with a smashing rain which started ou Sun- day niglit and has continued intermit- tently, ever A great deal of moisture has fallen, sufficient lo carry us well along harvest time, and ive bellevo we have.the makings of a very good crop here this year. Farm- ers and business men are very bpiinV istic over the outlook, and a big crop is looked for. There is of the grasshopper, and the cut-worms' have decamped., lo 1321. SIAGE1SEI (Continued from Front Page) iy an expert, bj one minute an4 42 ecoads. The tale Eliss Rogers, president of he Crow's Neat Pass Coal Co.. left a half million dollar esUU. The Franco-Canadian Priming Co., >t Windsor, was Incorporated, at 01- swa with a capital of 140.000. A severe atonn pused over Mel- lournc, putting out tiu njtsls, but no scrloas damage was, done Woodstock's Mayor hu issued in forbidding dogs from running on the streets except when on leash. While crossing tho railway tracks at Halifax Thomas Brown was killed by a Halifax acd- Southwestern en- Sine. A veteran New York commercial traveller estimates he bas In 000 different beds. big New York milk distributing company spends a to retrieve (Urllite botlltt tkiowi in garbage Presbyteriw anil v Methodist churchn In hive Utcided to hold union dnrrnc July >nd August. Lightning struck the of the Northern Ontario Light Power Co. Hallejbury considerable damage. Kitchener Public School bate aiked for Increase in salary, although their contracts .do not expire until Dec. 31. ne of the largest atfalfa'c'rops' In the liistory of the district The, timothy n irrigated land Is ,the 'incher Creek district. timothy crop will be light. Another two weeks will' more near- y tell :lhfc tale of the- Souiliern Al- jerts, 1920 crop. At that time it will be possible to give a, pretty male.of tlie yield. At present It is mposaible (to ,do. more .than approxi- mate with 'ORION (From Our. "Own Correspondent) ORION, July could do with rain.' That is cm (He ftps 6f 'armors in this district Jnst now. But crops generally are looking well in spite of llio dry, warm weather of the aat few days. Wheat has started to There la always Iho lurn of th tide. The 'recent rain exotnplifie this. The report-of the Chief ot Polk makes ft .very inlcresling human doci ment. Xs a lest of endurance tna Sa Francisco Convention has. a hnnge strike beaten. Proportional representation in Wi: nljieg in a political Issue has Justine Itself at Hie first time asking. Pertheron3 haTe fflr Alberln (hc W1NNIFRED (Continued from Front WINN1FRBD, July Is still looking good and holding out fine. Early grain Is heading out pretty short, but late grain is looking a beau- tiful green. No rain In Ihe week ond- ng July but on July 4 a good rain fell July 5, beginning at 9 o'clock another nice rain. WRENTHAM (From Our Own Correspondent) July crop outlook iu this section is the best in several years, but a good rain within the next tun days would be greatly appreciated. WARNER (From Onr Own Correspondent} 'WARNER, The hot days of last week were beginning to tell on a few fields, tut'the two heavy showers of last night, with a lotal rainfall of .SO means a new lease ot life and fresh' growth to much, of the. grain. The hall accompanying .ihejraTn did very short griin'..is in the heading. The early grain has now, and much of tho. late seeding, where the weeds have-not made too greai a start should make abundance of'green feed lead out and ibly, nsider (Prom Our Own Correspondent) crop put-j look here had befeun'Ho liave rather a gloomy cast lo it owing to the past two.wceks of. hot-, dry weather, but Sunday evening the heaviest show- er of .the season-passed over Tvhicb. soaked things up'm fine shape. As a tonserjuence the- farmers are all wear- Ing broad smiles and have raised the estimate of their crops from two to forty bushels per acre. Some of the farmers are sowing grain for green feed. The crops in general are look- very well. More flax was planted .in this district this, year than ever before. of Ohio, Ihe centre of, croup ot admiring friends who were shower ing congratulations upon him, said: "We did it without making a single promise, not even for a postmaster ship." Asked about the Mr Moore said: "01 course, I have hai mori in mind, In fact two 61 them a the present moment, but now I not even mention them. Wa wiii noV attempt to dictate unless it is neces- sary. In order to 'gel a strong running mate for a strong "candidate." j 20 minutes after the con-' .entlon hall had resounded with the rip-roaring shouts of the victors, the irass band had blared out, the crowd rushed through the doors, and the big ight was over. Won By Persistent Battering Supporters of Governor Cox won a way to the nomination by persistent battering at the MeAdoo and Palmer forces in many itatei throughout a long series of shittlngs and rallies which left now one and then another of the candidates in the lead. On the opening ballot Friday the Ohio goycrnor was.in third place. He soon passed Palmer, however, and on the 12th ballot went ahead of McAdoo. Then began a see-sawing between Cox and McAdoo, totals, which at the end of the 3Sth roll call at midnight found the two virtually the same. A Cox Slide On the 42nd ballot the accession o( inost of the Palmer strength to Cox put him well ahead and after that great and little delegations went into the Cox column In a profession. On the 43rd ha got i majority first time of all the votes cast and on the 44th he was plunging toward the required two-thirds when- Colorado changed its rote to him and made the nomination obvious. Of the 44 ballots 22 were taken last Friday night, 14 at the first session Saturday and six at the Saturday night session. There 22 recorded yesterday, 14 at the all-day session and six last night. Cox began the fight with 134 on the first ballot and climbed steadSly until the 15th when, he low- e.n MILK DRIVER; (From Our Own" Correspondent) MILK RIVER, arc in i favorable condition' although rain s badly needed Irksome -places.- Rye cut for hay-j to- quite'-, an ex- r s looking good, also wheat and oats.! lsnt although a large amount Is b Eomo good ryo crops will be harvest- lo tr, the Thompson district. to Put ripen, Karmer3 are planning RAYMOND" (From Oar Own CorresDontlenlt RAYMOND, July condi- tions Raymond district continue normal although rain will be needed wilhing the next few clays. Nothing la suffering. good growth, fall grain is all well headeri out and promises well. Spring grain is iru tho .boot. Some fields, reported headed out. Grain sown late and on poorly prepared land not doing so vrell, General onllooli is most encouraging. Welling crops are In excellBnt shape. Nothing Ilay'crop good, No moisture reported last week. John F. put a larpft acreage in winter this fatl, Showers; fell. In different parts of the Sunday night, COW LEY (From Our Owli "Correspondent) COV.'LEV. no "rain- badly needed on all sides. Grasshop- have taken possession of the town, millions in the last few days completely cleaning everything In their ivay. BOW ISLAND (From Our Own Correspondent) HOW ISLAND. July pas week has been warm and dry and while the heat has Been, intense, the Iirelcnalon. as In ean ideals, and 'so intimately a to the aspirations of civilized show lllo ow everywhere. _____ That It' Is a Wilson Convention IB shown in Ihe endorsemenl given lo the President's views of the interna- tional obligations of the Slates and his firm stand against reservations designed lo cut lo pieces the vital provision of1 the Versailles Treaty. The platform advocates the immcdlnle ratification of Uie Treaty without reservations which vvouiil Impair, its essential Inlegrily. Maying thus free- ly spoken Us mind 'on the League, it however, with something of to bring Into line any wavering eie- the thorough sensing of the meaning and Importance of Dominion Day, tho small towns of the district have Ret the example. The 5-cleclion of a leader iiy the Unionists In Oltawn appears to be as woarisoTno n job as the selection of a nominee. the DemiKTatic Conven- tion, If there is anything in tlie Initii of a silver lining showing itself, it is exemplified in the importance placid menls, In tbe regard Ihey hold to Ion the dtminisiii'iiR value of silver, the League, accepts that no opposi-1 which has fallen from the high estate tion will be matlo lo'ony reservations, of value to which It recently rose, clearer ur more Rpucific the: The fall in tbe vrico of sltvrr is Kiinlcd as a clear indication tliat there will be n foil in prices DS it tho countries ivlierf ntlver coinage is largely used, and from which essentials of are imported, thr? of obligations of Ihe I'ntlcd States lot League. 'The meaning conveyed in this may be Implied [o he that the Lodge reservations arc nol regarded as specifying these obliKyllrtns. In UK; iasupB between the two parties in the SUlcs, that in retain! the League of Notions is of parti- Notice to Subscriber s Increased Costs Force Herald to Advance Subscription Rates. Econranlo coutlittoia, chiefly the it.so per cent Incniaee In cost nt maHos It Brgcntlr nwcssao' tat Iho Herald ,10 announce advanco" In unbscrirtlon "tea. This lasl Increase In the eort 01 Jews- print raateB lha jirlffl cent, higher lhan il n'as at Ihe banning ot 1016 which fMt aloof, quite from other continued Increases m orery Is sufficient Justification (or Ihe Ions advance In siihsorlptlon ratra. which thn Herald bellcvej will received ni obviously fair br every subscriber. ,lf newspapers are lo comlniio In huslnesa and render scrrice to tho public tlier must rccelra addllicnai revenue to meal the additional oxrip.DEo; already upon tbera. Tbero are plainly only two courses open: (1) To give Herald a smaller anil Inferior To keep cp the standard ot department and charire each subscriber more. We believe readers will wrree Ibat KC have chosen Ihe nrbt course In maintaining the slnndard at Ihft cost. The Herald has [he reputation of twins the 'oosl paper pub'iinhed In any clly In Canada of the w.c of l-ethbrldgo. Thcrd are 3? people on Ihe ulaff, Ihe full Canadian Press lensen wire service Is taken And local ga'hered by a large corps of dislricl correfpondentc I featured. THE NEW T1ATHS 25 Ctnta a Delivered in tha city, commencinfl Monday next, ?-8.0D a Year by mjil, ellecllve July 1st. PrcRf'nt paid In advatifc are, of course, nol alfer.ted by t'nei TIOW rale until if-rm of aulAcrtplion enpires, raloa lire already in force In tha other rltlns In tlin price of paper nrjrf ofher coals arc the Herald will reiiucf- [be subscription ralo.v accordingly, jr- Foot Specialist Coming to this Store An expert OR the human foot will IM hire from FRIDAY, JULY 9TH and SATURDAY, JULY 10TH to tell about foot comfort and how it'cm be attained. FREE EXAMINATION AND EXPERT ADVICE This specialist knows all about feet how-to overcome Lheir troubles. He was personally trained bj Dr. Wm. M. SchoU the foremost authority on the human foot and Its troubles. He has the' knowledge and the experience1 to tell, almost at a glance, what causes that foot trouble that you suffer. He not only knows what the trouble is but also knows that THERE IS A DR. SCHOLL APPLIANCE OR REMEDY FOR EVERY FOOT TROUPE and he can fit the-pryper appllaric-s.to correct yc-ur.foot discomfort.. Be sure to come hi and. let him demonstrate that you need sutler no longer. Remember, it is absolutely' free. All are Inyited, :st vote that was on 35th, ,he' first vheri it fell McAdoo Up and Oown A cnrious thing in the voting for McAdoo was that ho on he first ballot-the lowest.j-ast for him, and 265 on the last-ballot'. Ills ilgh-water mark was 467 on the fortl- ith ballot. At that time COT hud 430. I'almer opened with 256 votes. His ilghest vole was 267'Xi on the snvenlh ballot.' A summary of the thres leaders In the final voting follows: Coi MeAdoo Palmer 41st........ 4SO I2nd....... 540% :427 8. 43rd 668 412 7. ..i ..702 266'x4 1; WjlBon'8 Congratulations p., July Congratu- lations' from President Wilson were received, by .Governor Cox this'morn- ing' upon his nomination. The mes- sage from the While House sqid: accept my.hearty congratu- lations and: cordial' best: wishes." ''Wobdrow CoX the News DAYTON, p., .July James M. wh'o 'was' nominated 'for the -OnlleD States presidency by the Democratic national convention early today declined lo make a state- ment regardlrig-hls.victory.until alter he has receive-dl'tiotificatlon from the convention. The -governor-.rocelved the news of his his office at the Dayton surrounded by fellow newspaper workers! and a few rela- lives'and intimate friends. MASON and RISCH "The Supreme Piano" No better built at any price. Sold at "Factory (o Home" prices and on easy terms. Rlyle Booklet Free. Easy terms arranged. Hall or write today. RISCH, mm Balmoral Block "The >Home of. Vitltola" ASKTOBE W. J. Ndlson FITTED SHERLOCK "WATCH YOUR FEET" ALL AGES If You Are A Skill4 Workman yoii will appre- ciate the, C.C.M. Bicycle, Yonr trained eye can see: the skilled work- manship. Yoni1 ttained ear cart ttll that C; C. M. 'is mechanically perfect. It runs with velvety smoothness. Not a sound of friction, v'.: There is no "give" to the you drive hard proof positive that 'the.; .Q. M. Bicycle .has .quality, strengtii, built into. tVery part' There-are parts in'.the C, C.-U. Bicycle. Many of them are made to closer limits, tfeuj.the time fuses oh shells. With such precision in manufacturing is it .any wonder that (X1 C. H. Bicycles run so easily and quietly? Every C. C. M. has the long, strong "Fish- mouth" reinforcement at the joints. If if bril- liantly enamelled over a coat of anti-rust. The bright parts are nickelled over rust-proof copper. The' whole idea" in making the C. C. M- QUALITY first, last and all the time. Canadian workmen who take pride in and know the value of skilled rjave every reason to purchase C, C. M. Remember' the Brake the Coaster Brake side included without extra ch'arge. RED COLUMBIA trade mark is on the of trtiy C.C.M. BicydeJ 90% Made in ft WE ARE AOENTO'FOR THE COLUMBIA BICYCLE AfjD ALL C.C.M. REPAIR PARTS. O.K. REPAIR SHOP THIRD.AVENUE SOUT.H, ;