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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta If FOUR LCTHBWIfGE DAIL? HERAU) WEDNESDAY, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE' HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 6th Street South, Lethbridgt W. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager Member Audit Bureau of Circutollocs. Subscription Rates; Dailr, delivered, per week -25 Daily, by mail, per year S.UO Daily, by mail, for C monlbj.....425 Daily, by inr.ll, 3 months 2.50 Weekly, by mail, per year......1.60 Weekly, by mail, per year 16 U.S. 3.01) in the lUnermueut have vhoseu to permanently ally themselves with the i Conservative par'.y uuder the- gsilse or the'National Liberal and live party. Beyond a doubt the tiew. Government and the alleged, new Party will find Us almost entire sup- port amongst Conservatives. Cerluiu Liberal Unionists will cast their lot with it while others will likeiy sit as a distinct group at Ihe iiest session of I'arUaiueni it (here- should be one. Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What constitutes the Republic of i What Is its total area? 3. Who U the President 'of the Republic v t What is Us ijopulaltou aud what s It composed ot? 5. What Is the capital! 6. Is there a magazine published iu lada In regard lo the differed rail- FATE DEPENDS UPON -t- ot the Dominion the speaker tis'4 I province should jump it the dunce. TDB'lJpmJnioa asd.lSe province have upon to" give to farmers la ths south because of the vropi'Ia'UiiriaT "These failures lirthe The 'lite" of .the. new" GpV: eramentihjnges upon the result of the bye-electlonE necessitated.. by ne'jf; Cabinet appointments and vacancies created by resignation or death, .'In choosing new Ministers Mr.' Meighen has confined his attention to the Maritime Provloeca aoitjiy ue- eause, no doubt, these .Provinces wore iriihput Cabinet representation duo to the retirement of Sir Robert Borden. Hon. A. K. Siaclean and Hon. F. B. Carvell. Mr. who conies into the Government' from Nova Scotia; entered Parliament first in 1911, with the distinction ;0t having defeated Hon. w'.'S. Fielding, then Minister of 'Finance and author of the Reciprocity pact -Colchester, the seat Mr.-McCurdy at p'resent repres- ents, .has a fairly consistent record as an adherent of the Tory It is possible he can hold it in a bye- election. Mr. Wigmore, the new Minister from New Brunswick, has beeii a city-official in SI.'John and .first, was .-elected" to Parliament In -1917. BLr John likes, to ,be on, tbe sunny :side 'in politics -and it inHjr favor a Government candidate with Cabinet rank. It must not be forgotten, that every bye4lection wlthiff a yeartor eighteen month's, with King- ston and Victoria, where Cabinet Ministers were seeking .has gone "against the Government. -Probably the new Ministers can win, omV as did Sir Henry Drayton and Dr. -The East Elgin" .the'death .of David ..Marsliall, .and by Hon. Martin-BurreH's appointment as THE RETIREMENT OF MR. ROWELL No Liberal iu the late Unionist Gov- ernment bad to face as much bitter criticism and violent ultack as Hon. N. Ilowell. The old time Liberals made him ihe target for all tbeir venom, largely because he was one of the flrst advocates of conscription and Union Government. Yel Mr. Hoivell never wanted to leave the Liberal parly; .lie gave -Sir Wilfrid Lauriev every opportunity to meet him-with an acceptable war policy, and would have gla'dly remalued in the Liberal ranks had the "old Liberal chieftain accepted Mr. ttowell Is the- conscientious1 lypa of 'public man. Ke believed 'conscrip- tion' was and he pot swallow his convlcllons for the sake of remaining with his parly" There' Is no belter Liberal in public lite today. He is a progressive, even a radical, on some Probably much of his unpopularity in the country is due to his strong views on social ques- tions, but a man who is courageous enough to stand for those principles which he belives to be right deserves to be admired. In 'the. House ot Commons Mr. Bowell was acknowledged by his old time Conservative opponents and tho j Liberal opposition to be one of the ablest members of the Ministry. As a debater even Arthur Melgbeii was not'-his superior. As an administrator he.was noted as a hard worker, who was familiar with every detail of his department. On imperial questions he was a recognized authorily. It would be a distinct loss to public life, if Mr: Kowell's retirement ,mewt complete disappearance from public service. A man of his should be in the forefront of the Lib- eral party, it it was big enough to sink "differences and to', its ranks men imbued with the true Lib- eral principles. -Mr. Ilowell has been TUESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What are Foundling Loipiuls? Who are the Guachos? 3. Wbo was the iuveutor of the Catling 4. it the Krle ca'ual? 5. What Is the farandola? U. lu what year was Qarneld Presi- dent ot the United States. How loug was ha President? south have to" advertUlnc piCKEB IASSING -IN 1. ANSWERS Institutions for receiving chil- dren abandoned by their parents. 2. N'atives ot tbe pampas of the 1J Plata countries in South America of Spanish descent. 3. Kichard Jordan, born in Hert- ford County, North 'Carolina.'In ISlJ. largest canal-jc (be United serving to'colmect the Creat Lakes with the, sea. U begins at Buffalo on Lake Erie and extends to tho Hudson at'Albany, 5; An exciting dance popular among the of the south ot Prance and the parts .ot Italy.- .5. la'ljso.- He, wag shoVby Guitoau In the railway station at Washington on July 2nd, 1681 and tiled'of tier linger- ing eighty days" (.Continued from Front Page.) for (he proyiace "is people In other parts of the continent, when tuey of these failures speaV only ot Al- berla as a. vhoje. "Undoubledly by Irrigation they can mike southern -Al- berll the richest section of the prov- ince." he said, and continued to fire an instance when he told of the pro- duction ot the Coaldale district. LlvMterck Industry told the meeting that Dr. Tolmle said: "Buchacis, 1 am wholly be- hind your efforts to get Irrlgallon in southern Alberta and unless you get It the livestock Industry In southern Alberta will be ruined. It you ess get irritation in patches throughout the south the livestock industry will grow because there will be a supply pt feed." Trustee Chew again spoke for a lew minutes and explained that he recently returned from Portland where he endeavored to gel a contrsctlng arm Inlerestcd again in Ihe Lethbrldge Northern' affairs. If the provincial government turns down the request t.o consider the proposal embodied In Mr. Chew thinks the people' of Ih'e south will be In a better position to force the hand oj the. S. S. Dunham.' opened bis remarks by recalling some history and tnlrt. thn farmers .that; the members of. the board of trustees have a tremendous Job ahead of them. He believes they are all honest'and are doing the.best they can. He expressed practically the same sentiments about Premier Stewart.- He .expressed the opinion that the provincial government thought the tethbrldge Northern could finance on the guarantee it The Lelhb'rldge Northern bonds, are different from, .provincial Issues, he told the farmers and different mett odf may have to be used, following out the ueual course of call- ing for tenders on the Issue and also calling for tenders on the contract These" debentures have no public flx mouton school boart-lt ta understood j company, at WMMagtos, To appointed his Mr. J. N. CuMMU, iiltnertc brwica lecrttarr at toaa, haa to the man- asemeat of the bo ot Alileruan J. H. Caae.-ou, ot Fort WUllan. U dead.' The United States 'nuiy; turn out an coin, j i St. Thonuu has been (ranted a tem- porary qrder peruilttlnf It to operate oae-baii cars fiir three Biodths. L. L'. tor many years Molson'e Bank manager at SI. Thomas, Is re- Calgary Presbytery cxpressad; re gret that one ol Its members had pcr- a marriage la1 a theatre.' 'Howard S. Foiser. former teseral manager Si. Uwreuce It dead at KlugUou. 1 f psnlel V.'hi'.e, a prosperout farmer, hanged hlmenlt lu a fit ot de lo, depositors Jam defunct Dominion A.firsl creditors of the' has for the put ouricwi yein'kwB prlcclpal of- the Hifh Andrew Roier Diction, who haa tor .he put fourteen bees therUI (or WttaaUwla and district, 'died in The deceased In hli y actlre In Maaogtc ud The late Mr.1 waa bora at Hamlltba, and has been in Alberta for the twentv-ove yeara. .j Mr. A.- _ has' heen branch Cinadi Life for N'orthern Aloirts with' headquart- at fdmor-ton 1916, has peen promoted to for tbe same Prottlaeat U.r.O. wffl he caoeMates HOUM tt Oetarte, PruUut R. W, B. Bvu- by has U kaid la 'Netth Yort for SOSH tt is said W.-A.-ASMS, ot i, will pretatty he a he was 4efeeMou will alnyi find Imperial FremMr Gtidme of uniform hn qcabty turned coin fcept a minmum tkrcGf a uu( Imperial Poiaroe the provinces of the Dominion, Alberta 'uciai zo Is the only one pushing for It. and that the proposition fall-through and take years to collect the money throusH. taies. "j Trustee Lever expressed Ihe "opinion that. Premier Slewsrf .was prompted lo make the statement he did 'about consideration of a bond-contract .pro- posal through matter pablished in newspapers throughout the province. B. B. Barbour said that if the farm- era are going to play politics hi3 flrni will not have anything to do: with them, but If they want to get down to his firm will'be willing to talk lo them. As long as the district has any other proposition before them Mr. Barbour saiil ho Iv'ould not make them an offer. Following tho passing of tho resolu- tion, against whichi fiV6 farmers voted, a spoke -about Iho i ment and some advocat- which shocked even the'hardest ot-jpuah comes from one constituency in ed a provincial election. strongest partisan type. The. shifting about of portfolio's places. Sir James LougheeJ in Ihe most imporlant department, that of the far as Western Can- ada, is concerned. There Is no ques- tion of his ability'and of his inlimate knowledge of western affairs. South- ern Alberla will be anxious about his attitude towards- Irrigation develop- ment, and .wei'feel _tnat ho will be sympathetic and will be prepared to go as far at any rate In c6-operating with the Province as Ms predecessor. The'chief-feature of the Cabinet changes is (hat the Tory complexion it made niore marked' .It would, ap: jear that those Liberal: who remain (leers of tho magistrate's .court, i To Ihe downfall of. Ihe particular girl and to what hefel her companions the opportunity which thY "Joy-rid- ing" automobile gives was mainly instrumental. This, brings to alien- tl'oti; the serious menace tHese-ijaunts arc 'when Innocent girls bring" them- selves to be mnde'the victims of unr principled rnscnls. With what1 has been brought to mind t( la. an .ripen question whether the freedom, young girls are allowed Is altogether wise, with the number of villains that appear to be abroad with the .object of nroylng on youthful innocence, Thfi' nues.llpn Is one of grave concern and demands a closer consideration Itian is-given lo it. at Iho time, with the nauseous cd, On of some pnrenls (here' would appear lo he ho southern portion of that province. One Individual, acting for one con- stituency cannot Influence the govern- ment to do something they have al- ready agreed not'to he said. did get them tajsayrthal If tho government J guarantee tffo bonds they will find the monoy al par and gel il al aa.low i Ya.lt of In- to'rest as continued. The speaker referred to ihe excuse beard, which is about lha natural re. sources of Ihe province. In tbe mat- ter of surface water the speaker did not see anything but trouble In the way for Alberta If It got control of As some- of the rivers run acrossvlhe border and olfiufs many op rortuiiitles for trouble present ihem selves, the Dominion Is Ihe only boUjr'llial' with Ihlcrnatlona affairs sndlf Alh.crla used a larger nmoiint of .tho waters In the inter provincial streams, Saskatchewan might have something lo any. lie believes that the Alberla gov negligence in falling to enquire as to lernmenl should stand behind Ihe peo with whom their daughters are wont to Hssociate, ami in other cases It would seem that there has been B, fatal conflrltng trust Tampllng Providence it a dangerous occupation as the fntft of the man Slephons; In attempting lo make Ihe trip of'the Niagara Kails In a barrel, would show. While ndiuirltig the pluck of Individuals who t.iko such risks there cannot be surprise at Hie foolharulncss of such undertakings. pie of the south, the people the- prov- ince brought In, He does not think (hat the people of Iho .soiiih shSuld hi left high and dry -until the natura resources question Is settled to the sat Isfaclion.of ,the Alberla government particularly as that government bond Us finances to construct the I) am! Ii. C., mlo a country where all the, natural resources are held by tbn Do minion. Tlii> people of tho south an rcnourcca of tic province. "As for a: Irrigation la concerned Hie natural re sources question has nbthlng to di it." Mr. .KeforriDg again tc tho won ALL GENUINE MASON RISCH PIANOS "Factory to Home" you save monoy because we davo twenty factory stores in Canada. Ask for style Booklet. "The Balmoral Block Home of the Vletrolt" MPERIAL. Pblarine riducdk automobile operatin 1 ways. By providirij'a' maximum power. It helpt" warte in mervirjg part, keeps the engine running ind out of the repair and minimizes depreciation; ImrjerialPolaririe prevent! friction by coating every wearing with a heat and wear-resistmjoilnjm. .It teals all the power in trie j piston chamber. Imperial givee correct lubrication to part of your car. One of the three grades described below is specially suited ,to your motor. for the Imperial Polirine Chart ot Kecommtndationi when you buy oil and lea.rn i 'grade to use. Imperial Polarirte is sold iA sealed gallon and four-gallon cani, gallon steel kegs, steel and barrels, by dealers There is an appreciable saving in buying half-barrels and barrels. IMFERUL roUMTft IMTEftlAL POUtlfflE HEAVT IMPERUL POURINE A A CKADf SfKIALLY SVirCO TO TfOVK MOTOH IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED I ;