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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1920 Newspaper Comment oh Political Changes JQ1U QUEBEC GOVT. Edmonton Bulletin Tbe Sdmcp.ioo Bulletin: "The (ectlou ot Hon. Arthur Meisbtu cliratiOD of -Mr. MvSgheu i muob uiorfc uy ui favor by '.be rvUu- should be Hon. Arthur likej Sir Robert Uorden. Is is whom nil other O'.nartlaiis may rightly. 1 LATOURNE MAY fool proud.: of his .character, diligence Hud houtsty there will be quertioii. AB a mutter of fact if ability, j Inlesrity, diligence .v.ij honesty purpose .are tho only tilings to considered, then Ouiidu bus n 1-r ot ".h: tiiuJi-j. JL-1. Melgh-1 ff cu represeuts all these in A reactionary a progressiveicislve style of sovernmeiu or- narly is an Impossibility. Having mutd clveu. The per- Jhisen >'reacttaary of such record jtoa guvernraetiwl vacation Is belief ihat 1 "here' Mr. Melghen ..'ive to make Ms t Ql'KBEO. July S. "It ls oreei tbat Mr. l.aUmrne. a nent industrial nnui of this city, president of the Safbec ''re- serving and provin- cial laom'jer for Quebec, will bo sworn In as min- ister without portfolio. the people of Canada are look- Wg questions before the people'uf I this country, untl especially Toronto Star The Toronto Star: "The uo 2-MOREDAYS-2 held !u the main butldlog.l j The dancing hours v.ill be the usual j OF OUR a .an.of resource, industry, ability anil courage. He has heeu one of the dominating forces iu a cabinet watch L'uiouis'. TOinjilulua necessitated comprises, wblch It is fair to he assumed, has now passed nway. "Mr. Melt-ben has woil bis way fiiir- ly to the top. He is the logical leader The very best] o i fyr today is in many The Moo.e Jaw News: -Hon: Ar- sot It. tbur Meljhen has by .his aggressive; Calgary Herald and canstrycllre policies in the past The Calsary Herald says: 111 the iii'-USed hii fitness for leadership, atid Jadgiaciil of tlia Herald, whether tnf jf lhe conservative party. Under bis i put oi) diirluK the pusl ,u spite of a verv-difficult situation .iiarties.-wont it or not this change a J (h8 Uberal will tlrc-pi niiu-h so, that In the secoa-.l l ou( uf ,f ,.ol OJ .e..ellti Kl, eo-bycs' very tilKicult situation he can bo relied uW to carry on the lie head of should arranged accordingly musical talent will The ConimercJal TravclUis ot thlsj city, especially the executive..commit-} lea have been greatly en-; couraeeJ by ihe results of the Drat- coUb.-sllon'aud the series of dances winter. CLOSING-OUT ot the BoveroiV'.ll successfully. As the first to bcromo ore- "bilor be has conferred a new dignity on Canada." Victoria Tirnis "UCTQPiA Times to- jij-'Mya in part: "Hon. Arthur eni'Sjecessor to Sir Robert llorrten, is Joung ambitious; and has shovn cnntideriuS Bbllity lu parlia- ment office, but the rejuvenation oflthe' Unionist administration is be- yonfl his powers, or the powers of any- for that matter. II the horse ho eiptcti io ride is not actually dead, it Is inn comatose 'c.jfciiion uorderiiig upon end.1' Vancouver Province July S.--tlib 'Prov- ince says iu pait: i Tho pos Ucm ot prime minister qualities than- those I TihiQh have necessary to Msigh- 1 en's success Jiitherto. Ho. has done ijell him. Kow lie must, lead others, jnrovidc inilialtve, i harmonize conllicling' opinions. His 'consequent upoa so large an undertak- will i Ing will be straightened out to the rtertlon .qualified lhe post sirable: that the people should be given ta Tlle uinpunceraent Jrum Otta-1 It and other parlies that s- recognition and preference. "The leader is a man ul and convictions, with the will and abilily to back them up. Mr. Meighen has never shirked wheth- er the duty before him was pleasant or unpleasant, aud zs a member of the. Dominion cabinet he has given the country willing and intelligent ..ser- vice.' fcdmonton Journal Tho Edmonton Journal: "Mr. M altitude to clasjcs'and intereets nrclcn Is a.leader whom any parly should deneBtinn the case' Jlitherto he hasjbe proud to fotloiy. He has the most adminSstratbr, cdqibinatiou oE youth, proved rmlrHiian and a ehIIled 1 Sou to prove himself, a stales man'1' i 'Prince-Albert Herald The J'nncc Mbert Sask- Herald bays the new liberal and parh.'ns It asp les to be'called is Io i bo called thL Nationalist parti it bis made a msr. choice lit selecting lion Arthur Jlelgbcn as first rnimsHcr From i eserj angle he is A much slionger man .iian Sir Thomas White, for ihe I latlei might Sire secured strong sup- I jiort from certaimnOuentisd quarters ability'and' 'eilniirted parltameulary and administrative experience. The fact that ho isltbe.first premier that the western, provinces have given to the Dominion must arouse especial en- thusiasm iulhls'part ot the country 'over the announcement of Ills succes- sion to the place of Sir Robert Dorr den. Saskatoon Star Thc .Saskalpon "The country is interested'ln the'shuffle at Oltawa less.from tho point of view of person- alities than'that of-the policle's they BLUE RIBBON TEA. It is a mistake to offer your friends inferior tea when "you can just as easily give them Blue Ribbon. from participation in proceedings ___Jl. Bui pultlns all Jokes on one wa tbat Hurt. Arthur Melghen 1ms been j siclc' Union The premiCMlect I toll, boating, oancing. and hus had u brifliant political career 1 -vo" llavp th6 "ric1' ross his assumption ot thc premiership 'is I alike, will..serve to raimnil.j-ou, to him the gaining of the goal, which has been his aspiration and toward which he has not feared to thrust him- self on occasion. Mr. Melghen ia the logical selectioii Tor the.IIDSJ." A Prince Coming In the mark the calendar Travellers' Day'at thc exhibition grounds, SalurdEy. July 17th. RECORD PHILADELFHEA. July steel 'carpn carriers will be sent into lhe -.Delaware river-at tho Hoc Island sli.lpyanl on July 21. es- tablishing what Is claimed to be a world's .record for ship laimch- iti one day. When the last of the seven vessels leaves the 122 ships will have been launched at Hog Island Einco AUSJIEI, 1'JlS. Tho convention of the Canadian Medical Association (or 192-1 will be held in Halifax, ;X.S. The Joy Of A i Skin Ham f on 41 i now le yoy- find r. hippinew ihat comM to or.c thru pos5cuing sWn of partly and The appcirjncr "it brings out your nsturalbcauty'to its full- 70 3'car; GET AN COOKBOOK" FREE. YOUR 'GROCER HAS IT. WONDERFUL RESULTS ARE OBTAINED FROM Royal Household Fl o u r W Nlje Impel !al Pnnce of x Md who y'.sil th Jim iO 1i m th iijtereste: of. -Tlic Knights of Pyth.-as aiid order -Knights of Khar- asBflii. Thts is one of the'won conceptions Uovisecl for thc up ijuiliiing of the Pythian realm TIP] of the'- organization arc t'i; extent! tlic principles of tlic Knights' of PythlEig is ah ampllllcd manner, through Us beautiful ritualistic cero- monies, and to" develop' the- sunshine j principles >of tho parent, order. To cultivate thc social Bide of life and to encourage, and a stronger jfraUJrual bond along these lines among [Pythian Lodges- furnishing a comruou. I ground" upon llie Jiionilj'ers of different j mingle Il.PPLE TARE: PPHA1E Nothing Like P.ain DUro-Phosphile to .Put on Healthy. Flesh and Io Increase Strength, Vigor 'and Nerve Force. Judging from the qouiitless prepara- tions antl treatmenls wiiic-li am con Unually being atlvertlscd for tho pur- p'oso of making fleshy. dC' overcorains those liiicar.-br separation behind1 ly hollows of different lodges M charge more. We belleve-o'ur'rciilers agree have chocon I'no rij'nl eotrtt in Ihe standard a; the increased COM. The Hertld h'as the repulstion of belag lha lif.-.t paper IttlMd In any clly In C'an.ida ot lhe of There 3S peopie oi the sUPf, the full Car.zdisn Press leased jei-vice ij iDken Mid by a large corps of .district correspondents is T.HE NEW RATES it Cwiij Week Delivered in.the cammenoing Monday nixt. M.W j Year by msil. July Ht. Prwent paid in advance subscripllons are. of course, not affected by niw imUl term of subscription force in the oilier ritlcs In Alberta. of add olhcr coats are reduced tho HcraH will 1 s the rates accordingly. "Lift up Ihe Fallen." Those In execs- outer world thai have nut learned thinness. prlneiplea and of Pythian-1 .ThinncRs ism can have no conception of theland beautiful ambitions nnd ideals of are Dramatic Order Knighla of due to GEORGIA HAMI1.TOX. I starved np.r- Often spoken of as Hie playKrountij VCSi Our bodies need more pnoB- ot Pythlanlsm it has iis serious side; innn is ctmlttlned in incdern and the lesson Ought brings to the, physiclnna 'Clair.i .'tbcro is; r.cwiy Initiated n wonderful impression- I10inir.B tluii will supply li of rilii.ilislic work highly dramntic. i ao ns orgiinip vihosphate pkasitig. Inslruclive. enlc-rtainiug Known -smoiiE drUBglsls bitro- lorin and tl.e spirit of 113 I itiigsphatc. whlcli 13 inospensivc ami readies, deeply. Into lhe. Heartu ni'Ht (ill ilriiRgisiR under s minds of men. developing love fcr j rutlsfiictlou or money good .sncl i.-mpliiiEii'.iiiK "'0 ny foc-iling. tho nerves directly bcniitifnl ideal. In uphold anil supiil'.'ir.s the lioOy cells v.-ith the virtue of womanhood. tiliosplinric Jood elc- msnts. hllro-plio.-piiate (iiiicWy pro- I dnci-s a welcome ir.instormallou in tho Increase in welljhl frunicnlly. being KSlonisIiiiis. This Increase in weight also car- ries vvllh It a general Improvement in i the licnllh. Nervousness, sleoplofs- ness and lack a! energy, which nearly always accompany excessive thinness. j fooii disappear, dull I'.yea brcoine (hrlBlit and w'1'' "1-c _ of 'I'llOSP Uliist'lilooin of pcrfc-ct ht-allh, Miss Oeor-1" 'i', Ria llanillton. once thin and iv.-rilcs: bvouplu I i aljtiu! n im'Sic Iransformatlon with j i Tho lorn! council of the j I eiiincd ir.'pounds and never j I Travellers-ill felt ivoil." U-lhbrldijf. S'o. oil. li. arranfilns (or! llitrO'Thospbots nnotlit.-r MK affair In liu knowii ns lliujis unsiirpiiRsed ftr ttie relief or ncr- Annual Picnic iind Damp. Tho vonsiicss. Reiicral debility, etc., those c.venl Is-to In: Biased a! HIP. fiilr Inking H who do not desire to put on gninndH on nth, flesh sliiiuld nm oxti-n care 111 avoid- Tlii: dance is to be '.'a f-it'iiroducliiy .to'Jils, Pears, Del Monte, per tin 36c Apricots, 3s, per tin............ 58c Peaches, 3s, per tin......... 58c Apples, gallon tins -58c Plums, gallon Apricots, gallon tins Peaches, gallon tins Plume Brand :White Figs, 5 Ibs Black Figs, 5 Ibs. Pears, 5 Ibs. Icings, Royal Shield, asst. per McLaren's Invincible Custard, 2 pkgs ?5c Maple Syrup, quart bottle Maple Syrup, .pint bottle........50c: Grape Juice, pints 28c: Raspberry Vinegar, pints 25c McLaren's Summer Drinks One bottle makes 1 gallon, bottle Marmalade, Malkin's Best, 4 Ibs.; Fraitladc, Welch's, 4 Apex jams, 4 Ibs .9Qc Tea, Red Rose, per Ib............ .64c Tea, Arab, 33c Tea, Royal Shield, per Ib.....', 68c .Coffee, Royal Shield, per Ib. ,65c Coffee, Blue Ribbon, per Ib. Lemon Extract, 2 oz. lac. Quaker Oats ...35c Puffed Health Bran 15c -25c large tin ..............63c Cove Oysters, large tin ,45c -St. Charles Milk, per tin 14c Gold Seal Milk, per tin...........25c Carnation Milk, large tin 19c .'Carnation Milk, small tin ..-----9c PaciKc Milk Pacific Milk, per case-. Pickles, Dyson's Mixed, gallon .Pickles, Dyson's Mixed, 3 Ib tins 38c Pickles, Libby's Mixed, 23 oz. bot., 53c Pickles, LibbyVMixed, 8 pz. .23c Catsup, Snider's, per bottle -30c Catsup, Heinz's, per bottle .......35c India Relish, Heinz's, per bottle 35c Tomato Chutney, per bottle 35c Olive Butter, large.............38c Olive Butter, small :20c Royal Salad Dressing.......... .38c Moro'ma Salad Dressing .........38c Baker's fresh grated Cocoanut, tin. .25c Old Dutch and Royal Crown Cleanser 9, tins Dustbane, per tin .33c; Lye, Gillett's or Gem, per can 14c .Lamp Chimneys, each Lamp Burners, each............ lOc '.Bath Bricks, each ,10c Store Brushes, each............ 2Sc 'Brooms, each........73c, 97c, Will Jit Second lie Singed. T r U. 1 FURNITURE AND GROCERIES ;