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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT r THS LV.TJJBIUnGU DAILY H WEDNESDAY. JULY mq Talk in is Strong Now CMTCfitwn to Form Third Party MeeU in Chicago Saturday m Johnson -Will Not Uad Will Stay by Re- publicans, He Says Democrats Elated Real-Fruit Desserts Tte Barest Sort Hit onlv gtlaliiir (icsictt which runt-juice liners scaled in Slass js Jiffy-Jell N'o 2'-ificul flavor take the place of Tor .lilti-jelt the is crujlied. and srilfd in yiils. A bottle 01" (his liquid essence cojtics ui .tl'.c pack- ape. Anil sugar is sac- Jiffy-Jell. lifly-Jctli tomes teu flavors. .Try loganberry and flneipplt for desserts. Try limc-frmt flavor [or tart'salid'jell. Try rn'nl for a re- Ircshins Tnis'l jtll New Liberal Alabama swung wild O _ -s. said today that ere rientialV'hVd' been sent in for morel'" 100 according slate by delegations xV information from Sew I for jic-Adoo with divided Third Party In Sight j delations, followed cult. SAN FRANCISCO, July As Col vclo the TOO mark UKesfary two-thirds just, the Democratic national convcuuuu h tumult increased minute B lasi votes .were on the platform. ......______ July eirtT Proponents'see in the results ol J the'Democratic national convention ahesu tumult the certainty of a new political party. mjnuto ,b according lo a statement Issued last h'eartl vaguely night by Howard Williams, national UlgUL Uf vice-chairman ot the committee of 48 Khlch-has called a convention m Chicago for July 10 to 14 for organiM- lion of a parly and selection of candidates for president and vice- president. Hiram Won't Head Rebels Pennsylvania went over and the Col- orado chairman leaped to his chair to change the :Vote state ,lo Coi.. a. dozen other chairmen were waving for recognition to make similar anuouncenienls. Tht-14th ballot never was complet- ed, was nominated by the unanl- Red Flag on Black Flag Eight-Hour .Day for Seamen Causes Acrid Discussion at Genoa. ram on v VRVNCISCO Julv Reports moua voice of the convention, hut the t Senator Hiram Johnson might be psrsuaded to head a 'third party" io rreriil. ,he.United States election, are otllM.l scorer set down 702% to Same State Gives Both noniilluliun of {iovernor Coi B that the two great United s parties not only have gone Into :ume .slate for thoir candidates. pubHcanparty 'with a cand'.datS stand- j irig four-square upon the platform, !s, the only choice left. I not far apart, vention. their, work done and the MB Legislature TORONTO, -July Wilier Carrie, KA. Liberal M.P.P. lor refuses to ritlgn his teat ir. the ligliUture rt demanded by the executive of his riding because he refuses to longer .fellow-the Liberal leader, Mr. Hartley Dcwarl, in an "We will have'our own group In'the legislature under the lead- ership of He will be true to the' principles Lib- eralljm." HAS NEW .REVOLUTION BSOKEN'OUT IN MEXICO EAGLE PASSJ'July that 12 bridges had been bgnied Mexico, south' of Monclova, gav rite here to rumors that new revolution hod broken out I the southern '-'republic. Adclph Gonzales Is cald to head the new movement. July. T.T-Reprcseiilatives of the searueu clashed at today's the Intel-national Seamen's Conference, when Puthbert Law. representing British shipowners, presented an amendment providing that the eight-hour day ami 45-hour week should -be applied only when vessels are In port. j Mr. Law said: "Thp his desk and he will spend 10 or SG In Washington for that purpofo. before shaping his plans for the cam-; leaders were elated over the spirit of harmony which marked the last hours of the contention. i London Comment LONDON. July newspap- i crs touch very lightly ignore the, Iriih plank adopted at San f rancisco., -but the Coining Post ren-.arks: i politicians do not scruple to serve'their own ends by resorting which they know but of the red flag of revolution." he declared. 'This wns applauded by the seamen's delegates. Special Session of Slale Legisla- ture Is Against Colby. are! The; ould to experiments offensive to the liritlsh nation, most'reckless British politician never consider the possibility of gain-1 Inn votes by Inserting in their elec-, "lion addresses lo matters; of purely American concern. oe-1 lievc the Irish resolution does not cut I very much use as'it stands." Referring to the Irish plank. Ihej, Telegraph professes :'nol to be grEatly disturbed by this diluted pat- ronage, nor by the much -more'Iomd I sympathy for Irish independence j which 'some thought proper to exhibit." ,_ .The newspaper endorses Ihe conn-j dencc expressed by John W. Davis, i United Slates ambassador, in a recent j speech, that "the current which car- ries the destinies of the two peoples on a common course will continue to set steadily outward." 1 Wild Excitement SAN FRANCISCO, July ol -wild excitement and an almost con- tinuous din marked the taking ot the lant four ballots at the D.ernocratir National convention. The totals for the 40th ballot were: McAdoo 4S7; Cox W, Palmer 19; Davis In the -itst ballot Cox made l-i m Alabama, taking them from the 16 which had been going to Davis.-Jlc- Adoo got one, Cox lost one in Illinois. The 42nd roll call showed new drifts to Cox. Georgia to Cox When Georgia was reaeht-d Ihe dele- gallon chairman leaped to his chair and shouted that btE state, formerly in the McAdoo ranks, would Join hands with Ohio "to name the next presi- dent" and he cast the solid Georgia vole for Cox and the shout that fol lowed seemed lo rock the building. UAbElGH. N. C.. July crnor Bickett. of North Carolina, today issued a call for a special r.esc-ion of'th'c legislature for Aug- ust 10. at which ratification ot the suffrage amendment wail-he. "con-- sidered. Fisht Suffrage WASHINGTON, JuV ceedings asking that Sainbrlds'e Colhy, tccrelary of slate, be en- joined from Issuing any procla- 'Jeclarincr the suffrage am- mondment ratified, were instituted in the District of Columbia su- preme court today by Charles F. rairehild of New York, president of the American Constitutional league. mmm. Soldiers Will Be Allowed to Vole Wherever They May Be Domiciled. Keep This B o t tie at Home ua.bc "ABSORpINE. JV Bluiimtnli itU A v to ptvvtal iafcctica Vigorl You're proud of vigor of your children, and K c 11 o g g's Toasted Corn are full of the vigor- making richness of white corn, plus the famous flavor. Select the' SvaxtiteVpackage guaranteed by my J wt AbsorbmeJr nalure la" Wtl in Jit" it it m every IMIM medicine cl V. F. TWHS i Towtod Cera r arw modcrmlxctf TORONTO tod wrtpprd "Wntitc" Bmywbcie. FREDERICTON, N.B., The provincial government took action by ordcr-in-cour.cll today establishing that all returned sol- diers.-whether their names are on the voters' lists or not, and Irre- spective of age, shall be permitted to .vole, on'the prohibition plebis- cite in New, Brunswick next Sat- urday, where they are nowjccat- in the process of becoming re- establishsd In civilian life. HAOEN -WINS FRENCH GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP VERSAILLES, 'July Hagen of the United States vim the French open oolf champion- ship on the links here today. Ha- gen defeated Lafitte. his French rival, in the play-off of their tie, Hagen's total ctore for the two rounds today was 150, while La- S title took 154. NAVY CUT Pay Chetjvics for 000 Iking Sent OuC From Otlawii.- tt KIMOS POISON IN CIGARETTES TOrtONTO, July John Sloele ot Plttiburg. director of the [lenartmenl of social service of Amer- ican Presbyterian churches', preaching In Cooke.'s Presbyterian church here today against cigarettes, said there were JS kinds of poison in cigarettes, one of thu.se being per cent, more deadly than alcohol, and that nest to the alcohol trust: the clsaretle trnsi was the worit enemy of mankind. Denouncing dancing as being of the devil, IJr. Steele said that tlie uinjor- Ity of girls In Jail could blame ibe dance hall for putting then, there. OTTAWA, -Inly cheques for fifteen Back months 'will bo we seeme McAdoo followers were still holding v grimly. Again the Texas block of votes went in for him. The western 't states, which led the way in hla stuck hard and even the fact that C'ox had swept beyond the first majority vote received for any candidate, did not ahake them loose, The 43rd ballot was begun In a riot "BABE" i RUTH INJURED paid lo civil in lite weeks, The total amount, according to announcement in the house of com- mons will be about J4.000.uOO. that be- ing the estimated cost ot antfMlaling the civil service classifications. The individual amounts paid will be the difference betweer. a civil servant's former salary and that awarded him by the classification schedules. It. is possible that two chccjucs wll! be issued for each person, ope covering the year from April 1. i'.'lft, to 1 ami the other for April. May am! June. About 45.0110 cheques will be sent out from the auditor-general's depart rnent. PHILADELPHIA, July 1 "Rube" Ruth, champion home run hitter, of the Xcw York Americans, was slightly injur- ed whcu an which he was driving, overturned. Food For A July Morning and every morning when the thought cf health enters tnto the meal time preparation digested food neoda no tt has a most pleasing sweet flavor, and is flill of the sound good- ness of vheert and malted barley. "ThereS a Reason" SHOPMEN'S STRIKE HAS BEEN POSTPONE! I'HILADKU'HIA. July a. The fclrltic PermsylvAiiiii railroad shop men, which was to have cone into cf (eel lotlny. hnn been Indefinitely post poncd, lo flu amiouncemcn by S. Jeffcry, leader o! Ihe sin she] crafts allied with the American Ferl oration of Decision lo call of Iho walkout. Mr. said. reached after a crmfcrcnct.- '.vith ornment officials and General W. AttcrbcTfr, vice-president ot tho Penn pylvania railroad, -lottery said an other leaders had concurred "lhat th public is a bigger factor lhan tlie prln ciplo involved' between Ihe I'frnnay vania railroad anil the shopmen." DEPRESSION IN JAPAN OSAKA, Ja'piin. July j.--Twc'Tit thousand working pcor-if' (Us cuarpfl.d here June because of tii ftcoiiomit: (leprfiEston. They iticlml v.'fimcn. Mnny binailr-r faclorle i havo been cloyefl in other SEE CONTENUERS TOGETHER XKW YOHK. July the fir lime in tlie history of the America c.ip I'acrs. ci.nll'jiig'T iiiirl defcudrr In today in the samft tlryiloc'k. Tli'j Ilic Antorlcau yacl W.TS imliod otil Ilil3 inornlnK niter b Ins; Id Soiitli llrd'oliyn fro Ctrft'. The Kliamrock from Kaudy The Highest Quality Ever Attained in a Virginia Cigarette No wonder Player's- are the most popular cigarette in the Old Country they are here s Among discriminating smokers it universally agreed that Player's are unequalled for their smoothness and delightful aroma. ;