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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDftE HERALD WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1920 letbbribge Detalb Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED lib Street South, Lethbridge W. A. BUCHANAN President and MfJiaging Director John Torrance Business Manager thau before, iti the Allies haviiss to deal a Government ihat'caunot be regiinieij as stable, howeter wilt- ing it may be In Us professions 10 loyally carry out the terms of Hie Treaty. As we have observed before. the representation iu (tie German As- j semWy. in the constitution I members desirous lor Do'You Know? ltu( ohibellinesT ueicel What are TODAY'S QUESTIONS What is tne orlsln of "'to dun What is the nearest planet to were (lueluba and the crop, end cover it agnlnet hail.' V.i The editur of local IrieJ tc run his rord hsll storm on _. Suudsy night, hall storm ed the top, .and ran thu Pord Into the ditch, Member Audit Bureau of Circulations, Subscription Rates- Daily, delivered, per week .25 Dally, by mail, per year........ S.OO Daily, by mail, for 6 month; 4.25 Dally, by mail, 3 months 2.50 Weekly, by mail, per year 1.50 Weekly, by mall, per year to 17.S. 2.00 THE NOMINEE OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY U It was the foregoii'e conclusion of the'Democratic' Convention in San Francisco that the man to beat War- the object of carrying on work of reparation, has assumed a I none lix> nacouragiug completion is j Ilie accessions of strength to the hitherto discordant elements. Tho two extremes, the Right and the Left, yave gained In numbers, and, how- ever divergent their ou'alous, they loth seem agreed in having no respeci (or the 1'eace Treaty. The, Right has Ihe ilcslre to revive the old regime with. Junkerclom and militarism dominant. The Lett, with its Inde- pendent Socialists, favors Spartacisni mud Soviet Government, being willing in this to go to any extreme. The old Coalition Government of Germany, which at any rafe made a I semblance of recognizing the Peace Treaty though It put it that Its hand a were iu' a measure tied, has come back it is true, bnt not sufficiently .strong to command a working major- ity. The Majority Socialists with tho 'Virgin Mary's ion G. Harding should he the logical i the Democrats formed the Coalition, selection to carry the Democratic I depending on support on the Centre banner to triumph at thu Presidential i or Catholic" Party, which, while giv- polle, that conclusion .his, eventuated Ing the Coalition support, maintained In tho choice of M. both Ohio It !s a caw al "Greek with the tug of war to follow. Whatever interest there .is In election has been-' greatly Increased In the choices of the two -bis" conventions. ..Presidential'conTcnUons do not as a rule make any mistake in the ulti- What is the i. Whst ia the meaning of "casus tielli" TUESDAY'S QUESTIONS are the Iloskruciaus? 2. What does the word rueau aud what do they aim at? 3. What is a Persian wheel? 4. Whal was the first ship-ot-liue lauacheU in the Western hemisphere? 5. When and where was General I'ershjixg1 .born? What honor was conferred ou him by Government? ANSWERS Members of A secret society. the first account of which was publish- ed early in the seventeenth century. 2. Tho aim of the. Kqsecruclans, or Brothers of the Rosy Cross, was said Difficulties Wfcich Held Up the Same Smoothed Over With Provincial Architect. (From Our Owu Correspondent) COLK3UAN, -July. football boys travelled to Fernto on July and defeated Coal Crccs, tied with Fcrnlc and lost the cup by the hardest of luck. Unfortunately our full team could not go. .Pour of the regulars are stili nursing wounds recelye'd m Ulalrmora and Beilevue. Had we been able'to plan our full utrensth on the field., tlifc results might have been different. Bui cheer up! The EICKED SSING The wreck of Ihe schooner Abble Andrews, which in the King- harbor, has been removed. iu KocbMter, Syracuse and Utlca .rere swa.rueS a'a.Increase of 15c aa hour? tho wage tiO cents.- Oxford OraaKeuifcii are going to Stratford to celebrate ISth of July. .Robert Kay. S. Deiuond aud R. Smith, who had open arrested la con- nection with the burglary at the Tu- gersoll Packing House, were e found within the personnel of the irsent cabinet and: ho will be preparj ed to support loyally the1 new leader. (Contlnued'trom Front Page) horizon." -Sunday's.rain '_a( Purple Springs went, down two inches, and across UuVrlref; was very heavy, with more at the Springs this' evening. Tests of the sod at 3ho.ve.d :he moisture down three inches, meet- ing the old, arid on worked-up ground, four to five inches. A financial'insti- tution here made a report'tbis morn- ing of an inch of rainfall, and at riling tho prospects nre for an- all- night rain or. mostly so. Dry districts got rain tonight, A hardware man re- ceived a shipment of forks today, large inquired-if ji well known fanner thought he .would ii them. "You'll need them, all was the answer. lire wjll now, flll readily, and wheat. In the shot blade and srime headed out at.2 fe'ot.'will shoot much higher. Oats, coming slow ly, and flax, not very high, will bene fit greatly. AT MAGRATH (From-Our, Own MAGHATH, July rain storir years. The high wages paid all kinds which swept over this district Sunda of workers, the inllated currency, the evening will be a great help to th crops and everyone feels much bette today. The storm came from th northwest'and was much heavier nort and west of town. It started wit hail.'but the hall stones we're not ver large and will not do much damagi shortage of necessities and domniiil for luxuries, and the orgy'cit extra- vagance combined to'open the way for eicessive .prices. The increases to workers also afforded an excuse for added margins of profit all the way ui> Ihe the margins to be paid, by the consuming public. Kor months the public'in the Stales, we arc told, paid willingly and with- out question. It crazy to buy. Hut tho oOO, and 100, and.even .700 per cent, of profit made by some .of the big manufacturing concerns has brought buyers to a-realization that they were fnt pickings for the pro fiteera, and buying and buyers are safer and saner now. It rained hard and heavy hut was o short duration. We are all thankfi for smali blessings. If the Princo ot Wales wantn ail since, the armistice. Clermany is call- tlle mlvfiulurs: he Is getting ed upon to fulfil the obligations of Ihe 1'eace Trcaly to the full, which up to the time' she made no effort to ilo. The business Confer- ence calls for disarmament, repara- tion, coal supply, the trial of Germans accused of fitrocllles, and a settle- ment bf the situation of Danzig. these the most Important are thft matters of reparation and dia- arriiamenL Hitherto the Allies have been con- fronted with Ihe weakness of the existing German Government which re- lied on this weakness as an excuse for failing to carry out ihe strict obliga- tions of Ihe Treaty. The situation in this respect cannot he said to hnvo Improved in the consllUHion of Hie new lieichslag and of Ihe new Oov-] ernment, in Iho position It Is placed In regard .to] .The'pMtfon to a degree worse HAIL AT MACLEOD (From Our Own Correspondent) July his ha storm of Sunday evening, which hega at 8 accompanied with heav r'ain, was the heaviest in the histor of 'Macleod. Tho hall storm laste ahout halt an hour, while the ra storm was two hours In duralio Xorth-eaat In tho Hollamlale dlslri no hail fell, but a nice little rain, tho north end of the Jfowe district tittle fine soft hail fell, with som rain. West of Macleod, In the Mil Jake country, some hail iell, wilho Injury to crops, and a heavy rain. Tl it. In Australia, wlih Ihe derailing oil Ratliwcll district, low the royal conches as the latest in the scries. Governments rerolve Oift snub courteous in reply to Inquisi- torial forms sent out, as Ihn following shows. All old Sussex fanner was rr- (inireu to stale how many hands ho had in his employ, the hours at which they started and finished work, and tlie labor on which they were employ- ed. Tho old farmer been worried by many calechlsrns of Ibis characler, and he showed his exasiieration in his reply "They conies." he wrote, "when they likca, Ihey goes when they likes, and thoy docs .what they likes when they're here, according to tho of Lloyd (Jeurge and his party." This was the stitcintt sum niary he sent up .lo the, ruling powers iu Great CllHwa Multre, two years old, of Auineratburg, when a mound a in a horw driiren stepped, on htm, ________ causing Injuries from which he died. A Vonian burn- ed Buger. oa at> iron. >he at the drug' (tore get- ting a ulve, the Iron, which hid forgotten to dlsconnsel, ignited' tis board, tie house WM in when returned. St. Catharines Police Commission rs have allowed tail drivers to In- from 2bc mile. V" When their only son died, a Union own, Pa., couple spent their lifetime flowers, caskej nd other things for the funeral. Motormen and conductors'employ il by the New' York Stale Hallways Foot Specialist Coming to this An the human fOBt will fcwn FRIDAY, JULY 9TH arid SATURDAYrJULV 10TH to tell our about foot comfort and haw it can be jttalnetf.-" FRE? EXAMINATION AUD EXPERT ADVICE This specialist knows all shout feet amj how to overcome their troubles.' Ho was personally trained by jDr. WmJ M. Scholl Ihe foreinosi'RUlhovily on the-hunian toot and iU troubles. Ho has the1 knowledge aud the experience to tell..'almost at-.a glance, what causes that fool .troubleMhat makes you suffer. He not only knows what'lhe Irouble Is bul also knows thai THEREIS A DR. SCROLL APPLIANCE OR .TROUBLE; and he can fit "the proper appliance to correct yonr foot discomfort Be sure. to. come in and let him 'demonstrate that you need suffer no Reniemhiir.'lt is absolutely' free. All are invited. ASKfOiJE W. J. Nelson FITTED BUILDING ALL "WATCH YOUR FEET" and at the satre ,flme autborit proceed -the work. Mr. and Mrs. ROT are" Idas in the-birth of a son. Two First.Aid teams from the lute tlonal Coal, Coke went ruraheller on'the July to coi ote for the iirpvindaV ahieW. The ere nine .teams, jjrom; all prer tl rovince entered, for the "Yom reports brought..back the ntematlonal team had no dlfflbul winning first 'and second .place representing the team th on first place and shield is to ho1 ongratulaleil work and so i3 ohnston on the( second team Bes1dns repre; the highest' award for first winners of first receive ach a gold watch and money prise. 'Jis second place get silver inedala ud silver cigarette cases. Mrs. Norman McAulay returned from her honeymoon and is remaining in Coleman with her parents for a few peeks before taking, up residence in Saskatoon, .husband has ac- cenled an important 'position with the Ash Sown Co. Mr. and Mrs. Norman of Lelhbrldge isve rented the residence, two miles west of town for the summer BOY DROWNS HAMILTON, July Maynartl 17-year-old boy, was drowned after clinging to an unturned boat In Lake Ontario for four hours.. The 16-foo skiff in which he and Wayburn Math rson, auotiicr lad, and J. BailHe, JO years oMj were sailing, upset abou 3 o'clock last night. The three clung to the boat and drifted for houra unti Heir cries for help were heard ashore Maynard went down before the rescue party reached (ho boat. Kvelyn Thaw has file counter suit for divorce ngalnaL Jack Clifford. had a very good rain, and a light ha HmrtTi nf Hnzelmere, anrl Wnterto the; rain was goneral. without ha (if rtiiu'lfcoii inik'a tliu hall was as heavy as in Matfcoil. aurl strip of farniA lorfl wlnil crop they hrifl. but say tlioy arc ahead by the ground wet, and expect to havo a croii of ferrl on Ibis wet land from what remains of (ho damnserl rnn, mornlne thp rain was fincral oil OVIT (ho district, and was falling very fast with an cast wind, The: gardens and trees ;ire all cut tiv.'.it in ttio town mid vicinity, and a amount of d'lmngc to buildings, in ruofs broken, anil destroyed, Monday mornfiif; the: rain continued until noon, with flmidy the balance of the dny. Tuesday rain started aRtiiii al f, n.ni, until 12 ;i.m., then bright snnshlne all OKI far- morn anil merchants wcarfiiK that amile that ttlls you he lias a big crop and pfenty of foed. Vou rniKht to them. MalE irifji jiosv EIS evoryOAc eonie Records For All Machines Nro mailer what you have, so long a.i yon use a ateel or Hibre needle, tho Victor Records will play perfiTtly. YOU ARE WELCOME A IU n DI CATALOGUE FREE If you haven't a machine, hny a Mason t Illsch from us. Easy payments if ilcsircrt. Balmoral Block Home ot the Viclrola" Sealed WRIGLEY5 PERFECT CUM KePt Right A3 ;