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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRinCE HfiRAIJJ IVVi 11 Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers' f THE LETHBRID6E HERALD 1 PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 326 6th Street South, Lethbrldjo W. A. BUCHA7SAX President and Managing Director John To'nance Business Manager the funeral rites over these iudivl-i djials will be a welcome Political tetlclies are dying, if uqt' dead. Men look for the regeneration] of a Parly with progressive" Ideals lu line with national needs. The knell of the old reactionary clement has been sounded. That Party will be the popular Party which carries vrith IKthe popular ideals, lu the Do- luiuion of today it can be said that there is the spirit ot no man was for Parly, but all were for the State." This is a happy augury. Member Audit Bureau of CirculttiODS Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per week Daily, by mail, per year..... Daily, by mail, for 0 mouths Daily, by mail, 3 months----- Weekly, by mail, per year .1.25 S.dO .4.25 2.50 1.50 Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S. 2.00 A CHANGE IN THE POLITICAL VISION 1, Many preconceived notions gone by the board in the wiunlng.of a great war. Whafwere considered essentials, in naval and'military pro grams for making for victory failed to stand the test of crucial experience Traditional beliefs, came to be ex and with it the clinging to old Ideas underwent a change. In the shuffle ot ideas, the relies is seen in tie world ot politics of today, with old time political beliefs blown to thi 'four winds in the wave of now and iudenendent thought.. 1 Today traditional political beliefs, held in up, longer eilst. There Is no longer Ihui traditional THE PASSING OF A GREAT ADMIRAL The nation. In ihe death ot Admiral fisher, loses onu the old sea doss as they are traditionally regard ed. To the deceased Admiral, the British nation owes much for its pres eut naval "vuprehiacy In bringing the British Navy to up-lo-dale efficiency Not the least of the in the organization ol the British Navy of later' day. for which the late Fisher was instrumental, the moving of the centre of grarii: from the Mediterranean to the Xorth Sea. The wisdom of the policy.at tU time was questlonedv by certain nava men, but'.willj jha coming of ih Gieat War the policy was lu this the late Admiral showed a creditable foresight. To tho initiative of the late Lord -Jus the present changes in regard V> entry into the.British Navy; The omcers'i.o he are taken in for training .Osborne-College created, and selection for-executive for engineers ore ou the personal, a'jtliud'o-of-the indivi- dual. 'The iioarter-decli'and, the en- gine room were, placed.-.oa'-.the same basis. If. a youth displays engineer- ing specially .trained lor Do You Y'S QUESTIONS jv does the "takev from' j: TODAY'S 1. Where does back" come from Is au he fact'l 3. What is an -accessory after the 4. Who were the Admirals ot the Red, White, and Blue! 5. What does A.K.I, often seen on Kellery, stand for? 6. What was the orlgla of the fam- ous poem "The Campbslls are com- Mr. and Mn. IMctuoa and .Chltdreii Will Be 'SATURDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Who was the lirst woman who obtained tho degree 2. How does the magnet derive its uame? 3. Who originated the saying "It Is magnificent but II Is not war'Jt 4. Who was iho Maid of in Byron's well-known poem? 5. What is -r 0. battles are known.as Sol- diers' Battles! (From Our Own Correspondent) OKIOS, July BJorklaud, .'r, after spending some weeks with his eister. Mrs. O. Stranberg. returned to the States !ast week lo !n time for tha celebration there. Mr.'T. Gordon Whar- rie went to Medicine Hat last week to take lu.the reunion of Ihe officers men of the They had gp ANSWERS Elizabeth Blackwell. of the Unit- ed States. In. 1S19. 2. So named from Magnesia, In Asia Minor, where the loadstone, or uiagne.1, was mst observed: 3. It was the comment of Marshal anrobert on'tho charge of the Light rlgado at Balaclava. 4. Theresa Macrl. Some twenty-; .'Ur years after, the'poem was writ-; en the maid was in dire poverty, with-, ut a. single vestige of She1 ad large family and died itra.tiqvel. .5, Spirit-writing; dbua by" spirits. .lid The' la'te'Lord .Fisher may 'well be termed the father'ot the present Brit ish Navy. In Jii! later Hto he show ed an Inclination to be a't.logEerlicacs ,instinct which an individual tlie'saiiiei'.lfresDecl.Ive of iudividual cling teuaclously to one or the otlieri ctjoice. aud has.to abido by the seltc- of tho old Parties, 'fcrcept among the j lion mad? by those in authority, there is nothing of tnat Party allegiance and Party loyalty 'which featured what may be well said Id be the politics of another dny..Tbis Is distinctly the trend ol the modern time. i We sea today an Independence of[ politifal thouglit. The people have corns to realise thai politics are not 'oltoge'ther the exclusive business ot politicians but that with which the lit .dividual is lullmately interested in Mhat-U concerns him Intimately. It is .not'the fato of political parties which weigh in the balance; it is the true "interests o! the country as they are at .stake which affect imen's-tninds. "Today there is strongly in evidence 'a' detached slato of tho political mind in the OH'B of the outcomes of this is the greater interest which Is' now being taken In the actions o: 'Governments of the day, it there has grown a .greater inclination There is a close watch kept on thS-doings of thoso in author- ity. has tended lo kill pro- fessionalism. Amateurs with the op- portunities given them have risen In .the' occasion.' This, has-helped to tinge the views In which the human i planejj that circle in the political orb have been wont to be regarded. Faith in'the professional politicians with the Party names, and with it Salih In. the old-time Parties' them- selves, have to a very large extent departed. Men look to a new political order and to a new political change Hence we see rising ID the firmament the Farmers' Bartr and. the Labor Party. These look for salvation not in the old politicalr parties but In .themselves, in the policies have adopted they'havp come to see it will be'to'look in rain to. the old Party, divisjon.s, to bo dbi 6. .Malplaquet a: (Cohtiuued 'Front wiih'tho powers that be.' Fisher, as he was" popularily, known vill bo Bftst remembered-by what ho ms RJD1NG A HOBBY TO THE DEATH J Tlfa Canada Assocla tiou' is Vn'gaged in-fa propaganda fo bringing home what it considers th sentir; need' of a 'protective tarlf It this campaign lu wlra is designed to bo an'altruistic spiri But in many, cases the examples cites and Hie arguments it brings for ward in.support of its tariff principles make, tor-their own .untaing: Here is the latest argument very guilefully .introduced. It seeks to enmesh whit'it terms the "curiously ignorant in free trade." Calling It a "moderate It "The argument that a niod; crate tariff encourages rural fleimpula- ion still persists. Its exponents are curiously ignorant of British experi- ence in free trade. Speaking in the Sritish House of Commons on the-sec- ond the Agricultural Bill, Sir A. GrifBth-BoBcawen, Parliament- ary Secretary of tlie Board of Agricul- ture, recalling the acute depression which began in 1879 and tracing the effects on -food production, showed that in 4670 there were' in the coun- try acres-' under wheat, and ibnd aid-contract question; ;as ,one, ovo'ratly Mr. Barbour spoke ot_the credit of he .pro'vince and expressed'the opin- the -bonds, of the: Lethbridge as. prior .were, good nvcstmenls. Five million of valued at nine-iniiilon dollars and at ftfteea af- ter vraler is on.it; Is .the situaUiSi as weather and report a very good time with thcjr The. Bull school was re- ___ opened on Monday, July 5th, with Wil- in frld Eggleston as teacher. children. Wilfrid Eggleston returned to Orion last Friday after being away, at Out- look, Sask, aince January of this year. When asked, about the crops in that parl, he said that he had not seen anything better th'an the crops around Orion and district. Some of the dis- tricts he-travelled through, owing to damage by wlifd, looked like a Ou Wednesday nirulng Orion bid good-bye Jo, Mr.-; and .Mrs. James Dick' sori arid thdlr Iwp'chilirep. They sail troiu Qwejfcc th'e -Sal- press of France -en routo Mr. and have since 1912 lived on their. Jsjra sitaated ode, mile soulh of will he missed froni this: dUtrict Vnd leave with the good wishes of ot-the dis- trict! Mr. and Mrs: Dickson are Jiqm Ireland and Dickson is anxious to see his mbther'who still lives there a part.of the country whlco up h'is''besnYin the peaceful We are. nice rains this jwcek, up-.with The the various ot Orion and Manyberries dlsirictS'.has been alter- ed and TolVbe.held on July Sirs. -M.--J. Rogers.-.-who has been staying with hen: daughter at returned home la'st week- Mr. Keller, who :llves southeast of Mr. Paul Zaucg 10 Oregon to vlilt hi-, Mlu Adeline KHpacfc hip ihrowu out of place last niig.' Dr. Campbell set it again, and she IiT dblrig .nicely although her she'would have ,to for) .bout, 1 Utis Alice who has been ill f'oi' tha yatt two or_three' wwka up aud atouud again. Mr. ecd Mrs. Ceorge Oler returned from Idaho last week. Mr. Oler has been bunding a home for his brother down ffielr, and Mrs. Oler weal down bu a visit. -Mr. Oler has gone back. A number of the young folks planning a trip to the mountains this jeit week lo betgque tor a week or ten days. The choir are practician tiro num- bers, "Soldier's from Pausl, and "Pilgrim's from Ujm- bardi, by Verdi, tor the M.t.A.A. rally and song festival which will be held at Raymond, .Wednesday, July 11. VThe Primary officers held a meet- Ing. July.9th to make out a program tor tie 24th of July. There will be' a PICKED UP 1ASSING in the afternoon for i Lucille Fawns gave a birthday party list Thursday afternoon. Those present were, Florence Jlogensen Edith Bohnell, Valentine Ogden, Clin- ton Hardy, Merlin Ogden and Selh Larseu. They played games, after which a dainty lunch was served. Miss'Anna Ostluud of Lethbridge 18 visiting vrllh Thedora Brandler. Miss Roue Boy son who. has been In faber all Winter Is home again. She will slay here until school start9, then she will attend 'the academj at Ray- mond. The UnUeraiii c? Toronto hat ed its summer The new 'Union Station, at Toronto will not be completed (hit yesr. George H. Ross'was appointed Tor- onto Finance Commissioner'. H. Dunnlan predicted an increase in telephone .rates In On- tario. Sirs. Hiebeft'-Of Korl Frances Instantly killed when au automobile weut over au embankment. Stewart PherriU. Hornewood Sanl Urium patient, eluded guards am' drowned Mm self in the Speed, Siity percent ot the grasshopper In Saskatchewan, have perta report. makers msiu inake re fund of wSstertt nawspap era of paper control trlbuuaiy Denial 'of train: the'report aate approved Ue -a to the Unirenlty of Co- unikla ot number nUretd of blWiojrapU- al works valued al MVcral ollai'8. on MeitelM Vanca ot the C.N.R. hat Uylot laiMri iul. 1. eitinated will -te uihele of line to' ioved vw. CONFERENCE n e h'e saw. if. He. .warned 'tho trustees against trying bonds at sale.Xlf ,'ti'ey fail to successfully sell them will consider cpnlended, Duryig he said 14 of. this province and in financial papers state- ments to the effect that the' affairs bt the district 'have been He charged that such 7sentlmept has come from ttie lioard'ol trade _off ices, .The proppsitlnu -lie told. 'them thei icmpauy was ready io submit was that he cpmpa.byj. do _ JlU3 twelve per cent., and 'a rental on tie machinery andjhat' they-jtake_the ipp'de.-- If the compMv, -fo 5ive the district anything ori the esti- ifiates mada this differehce.wpuld'bB town, has Returned to Ms farm afterJ being.away. months. family, who irinter and spring in to their farm this week. Mr. J. R. Huutley, homestead IBS] tor, ris- district .and quite 4bmber w-111 b'e'able. to. prove up and apply for-patents ton their laud: LONDON, July ciated the Larhbeth con- ference of which opened yes- terday, 242 a'ttended the proceedings. It was" announced privately that the first debate was upon Christianity and especially: the Le'ague "of Nations, .while the debate tomorrow will con1 cern splrituillsm and .Christian "clerice theosophy, the bishop, of Ot- tawa participating, Today the dis- cussion will be on re-union The fact that the conference is he- f held In private arouses some ira in press, the principal oh- i, being the bally Mall and "the Dally Bipress, .Which usually are inclined to take more interest in affairs of the moment than of the next world Express says that the Confer- as been discreetly' boomed for ;red that It i: sitting belaud doors. They were told that a conference would limit freedom discussion daily. _____ will shortly operate from th G.T.P, station at Reglna was made b officials of the'company. Ted' Maynard, ,'iged 17, or HamUV ton, after clinging four hours to all upturned" dinghy Jn the bay, was drowned .when u rescue party was within 40 yards. Chief Plapol's saddle cloth and a Cree squaw's saddle have beeu lodg- ed wltithe Saskatchewan museum by WilllamvLeach, of Moose Jaw, an old- timer, who brought the (iff steel Into Rejlna In 1882 f The trustees otTthe British Museum ALL GENUINE MASON You money we nave twenty; direct, factory (tores in Canada, iik tor style Booklet Balmoral -Block "The Honie x -GRAIM STOCKS from eastern has paid vi of New public 1 William and Port Arthur on July" Sll to i teacher ot the junior the week was te.ii.iier 01 me juuiurj nf r- Saturday by school of Orion Consolidated, f The Ladies' Aid otthe Union church. had their. tb.e' 7th1 at 'the home" .of divided cvculy the company Union Government'has'ilone much to" add wings to1 ctiange; in popular political thought as it has 'deternuned men's tninds in the 'aspira- tions they in.the conclusions they to. They have seen a endeavor on'the part of the (Jovernment to cling to office Irrespec- tive of any thotighl giVen to the fact that the particular mission It was ap- for has been accomplished, and, it has all the-as- pect of a guest outstaying his .wel- come. They see today a shuffle in Cabinet, with a new Premier nml what is purported to be a-new policy which tip to tho present ftt all events, the} have no part'In naming. It has .lh< appearance of a political group, cure In (lie seats of authority for tho time being, Elating a new policy fo in 1910 only with tho re'sult that where '60 per cent, of the wheat consumed An tbc Islands was growiAthere lii percentage lii'lOlp had. fallen us low as 20 per Contlnirtng, Ire, pointed out that the ..number of agricultural laborere during the same '.-period' had fallen to In 1910 we were "just 'enough footl keep the icdiihlry going from Frl day -nlghtjto' Monday morning. a'nJ and the district. Mr.. Barbour told pE large -TPlks done by his company, States, parljcularly during the one job the company- distinguished service medals.1 Mr. Marnoch Talks Speaking to ing before leaving." for Winnipeg to at- Ihe Soil Conference meeting of th'e Commission of Mr. Marnocti said: "Father having' been persuaded, at last lo talk to .Grand- alher about lliu'l.otlibridge Northern oys, sent a lelter the .mails to Ottawa. It reached there.lpb late for he whole family of relations to take ctton ou It; .and.Grandfather was re- arranging his household.. "Bull think. now'thar'tHe two gov- ernments have the matter in liand, we had better exercisc'.'our7 patience ust a litlle hit not jegin dickering with strangers, afler all, and Quite" more conccrntii about their own Interests tlian about ourtelves or. our family; id let's see what father .and grand- do for us. FftaniiWhatMr. Buchanan says as lo.grandfather'B at- 'rom Moiiflay -to Friday we were living' on foreign ampor'.s, -In Tact jve had become Bgrlcnltnrrl week enders.1.. had hccomo dangerously deppndelil''tipon foreign countries fo r food wo had depopu laled _Uie country" districts dnd mass ed 'the and more In the big The .Reconstruction Association, Aid had a busy time on the 1st ot July' serving.. refreilunents to the crowd.- 'The takings ;-were over HW or the. day.s. v: "i- Mr. 'and Sirs. Joe' Carter have gone to "reside a't Medicine Hat) and Hie Rev. Sir. Rorg'en.wlli move into their nouse during the next-week. v The number of who.aTe shipping cream lo appearance ol the rows ot cream cans on Wednesday mornings at the depot) is on the ;No doubt the nletlon of tlie a better train service-would hdlp the farming indut fry in this part, the Board of Grain pommlsBicmerB: Stocks In store: v Wheat, bnahel8i pats, oats, 712; barker, Lake oats. .oats, barley; Start the Baby Arighr.orithe Pathway of Life Ire so iDteratlnt to or inporUnt to fit to the child "is the one. ItMeanii to _ wilk. And tier, nt important 'because the eirlj We Xnqw how to f feet and.tjke'ijfde.l in Jitting IhtBo kaofip j to make the graduit efcaftee. suit ASK TO BE W. J. NeUon FITTO) SHERLOCK BUILDING ALL AGES titnde it looks very hopeful." which Is Ihe niar.ufactiirera' organiza- tion, while It 'professes to sense the importance pt Peering men' on the Winds Itself, In Its own inlerest. to perceive that taken off or reduced In I'anada wnen npplled to agricultural implements will rneau with no mandate from j that' will cheapen Ibcae" Implement! the peopief To Hie popular thej of husti.ttidry, anil so there wllfbo a thought cannot, but "come uppermost chccjt, In Ihe eiicou'ragemcnt it will i glyo to agrlculUire, nil that depopula- tioiis of rural tirnus which It views with so much apprehension. There is something of riding a hobby to death on the part of Ibc TO CARRY LAW White Man's .Judge Going to.Land of the Eskimo. Onl., July man's Judg6 Is be sent into Hudson bay territory to ImpreS: on the.Eskimo the -rolcnllelt-jusljc< of Ihe.while niKn's-Jaw: This .was the decision reached1 to day by the department -of- Jnallce )n Hie case ol AuahgwaVi. nk: Eskimo jvcharged with'having kltl.eil a fellow man to gain His wife. .This crlnr wn9 liliegcil to have liecn .commlttei nca_r Chcaterfjeld t Keewatln the'land of'endless Ice' ,au thst here.is a (Jovernment. with initial majority of seventy-live reduc- ed to practically onc-thirtl, making a political-shift to. nljtde In office. The feeling against political patron- ago .and tho abandonment of 11 to an extent not observable before, .-incl to which a credit may be claimed by the Dnlou Government, has also largely assisted In killing, old-time polH0al affiliations on tho part ol some. Tboce with politics and interested themselves, In the political present and future of the .win? (o which thoy gave special allegiance, with tho hope of favors to (wrne, have become disgusted with tlie turn Ililngs have taken. SelMnterest In politics has thereby, come lo be killed. For Some Hail and Hoppers But -Little deep snnw. Ouangwnk now is In _ his way to'Montreal, (vhonce" ties week ha will sMf tor th'A sbene of the murder trt for the'benefit of the natives. With bim will nail-Ser- geant Douglas of tho- royal ..Canadian mounted police, tbc man who hunt- ed him down, arrested- him nnd Is taking him "home" as evidence "the noithweal mounted policemen never lose Ihcir man." {From Our Own 'CorMMonffenN STIRLING, July" 'heavy rains of laal Sunday night, Monday and Tuesday f6rertoona a ;roat deal of good in this district, as :he new moisture, reachea down to tbe old.' The grains' are doing nicely and some" of the wheat Is heading piiC There was some hail but no damage ..was done. The hop- liers haven't any damage-yet, al- ijiough they are making their, appear; ance In places, Dominion Day' was celebrated here with n program.ln races 'of different kinds In afternoon, anil a large dance In the evening. Although tho weather was very: warm and the people turncd.out and scerjcd to enjoy the..day very.much. 'ifiss Bcrlha waa here spend- ing tlin day with her brothers and friends! Mrs. UN.' nas inereny. cuiriu nu rui 0.. the" good of the countty' a whole prosperity ot the ngfilulti mamilnclDrera In i.iclr zeal to main lain a proiectlve tariff, if the Hecon- strtictlon Association Is so anxious lo prevent tiie depopulation of rural centres why iloes it nol forssvcar Ibc National Policy at all events In mailer of bringing Aid ami giving en- couragement lo Ihe aKrifiiltirral In- dustry? Manufacturing and Hcrleul- lltral industries arc both essential ID Canada, but one should unl bo sought lo be exploited al Ihe expense thn other, Of thi! two Industries the agri- cultural Industry Is thc.grroilcr. The ural iiulna- JUNE FIRE LOSS SMALL TOHOSTO. July rte- strfiyc'l by fire ID .Canada. .during June fist lotalled a'de- crease of compared with the loss in June, 1919, and the. smallest months loss since last October, 1919, when the lotal was accent- to Ihe MonMary Times' estimate. try means the prosperity of the mantr fiU'tnrlrij; industry ;ind not tlif.-inirerHC In' Ihe removal nf iliillen (in ngrlciil rurnl tho 'rnafiufa'cturlng Imcresls the iTiserllon' of Ihe thin curt of tin: -n-cilge In the National 1'olicy. licncc Mr. ami Owen Held. Ila Holman, Vesla, Holman -and Mlas Turner were also hero 'spending tho day; they returned to Lcthbrldgo after the dance. r- A rfance was "given In tne hall Sat- nrday nlgbt In Jacob Speng- lor who IS goIng'a'Way to'Switzerland to fulfil a mission. 'There was also a social gjven In his.honor last Tues- day evening. A short program was carfleil oat, and'aidalnty lunch serv- ed: All present had an enjoyable time. Mr. Bpcnsler left Wednesday morning. Sunday evening about the aero- plane came lo Stirling and' lit out by the lake. largo crowd people was tncrc-lo sec It, the following men anil ladles left, tho earth In It anil soared In the sky Mr. Delbert Kfdilte Krle Krlckscn, Ouy Sharp, John Oler. Hcftle Coffin, Mrs, Lflder, Ainta Uirltr. Mr. Swanson. l.ynden Nllson, A.lolpli and Clyde Kcrncy. would hive-gone up if it hadn't lieen so cloiiity Isle. Sliorlly nflcr Ihey go Ihrotlgh, It be- gan lo rain Ihe men hail to slake their machine and slay In Stirling "all night. The nest morning they went bit their way tci Montana. _. wife will welcome'your smoking "OLD qHUM" about the house, r supper you settle down to read fill up your favorite pipe with "OLD, CHUM" and puiff away. Thel mellow fragrance of this choice tobacco makes itv Canada's favorite ;