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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY trffi IKTHBWDGEDAILT HERALD, PACE NINE Houses Destroyed, Track Wash- ed Out and 1 1-2 Inches of Rain in 15 Minutes SPOKANE, July build- ings were demolished, orchards up- rooted, wheat was washed away, sev- eral furm buildings In Washington Stale College at Pullman _werc de- stroyed and other damage was done by a wind and.rHln'slurni la the.Pal onse sWllonJof Southeast last evening, which a time cul off communication and led to reports of fatalities at Moscow, Idaho und at Puihuan. No lives' were lost; how- ever, although two men ou the- state college farui at Pullman were slightly The poultry buildings, sheep, horse bull barns at Washington State Coliegc-rwere destroyed, causing a loss csUmated -A portion of the Northern Pacific tracks in front of the wasted out and on Union Flail, four miles west of f. Mill of water i ten feet high swept down the nurrow 'valley carrying everything In Its path. Several families- had narrow escapes froiu drowning. 'An inoh and a half of rain fell'In 15 minutes at' Colfax, Washington, uud the water did con slderabld damage to and farms. At.Wavnw.nl, fifteen miles veit.ot' Pullman only orchards were destroyed, reports said, adding that und gravel we're deposited several feet deep da boiue, of the best land. Pull- man's lighting: Extern was out of com- mission for bort-ral hours. LewUton, Idaho, also wai la the path ot tho slorni as was AVinoua, where four houses vere washed away. Trouble at the Asplin Creek power plant put the lighting system of Lew- Is lea .A. train vas stalled by the rush of. Rushing water which overtaxed the sewers camed overflows into base- ments' of numerous business houses Spokane, causing losses to stocks which have not been estimated. TelepHbne tha city were out of comrnlssloirtiy thejightn- ,.which also_burned out the lights ia hundreds of'residences. (Continued from Front Page) Toronto World, referring to the necessity for two by-elecllons In the maritime provinces, remarks that "Mr. McCurdy is a keen politician and has probably looked over the ground-be- lore accepting a cabinet position. Mr. Wig more, we are told, is practically assured ot an.acclamation." Rowell May Lead Opposition The World remarks that Mr. Rowell las retired "perhaps to become later lea.der. of th6 opposition." Ottawa "This government las no mandate.. Until it liss becu en- dorsed by tho electorate iu 'a general election. It has no moral right to rule over tho Canadian peoples The peo- ple have not been consulted In the (Continued from Front I C In oendmg Money Home You are invited to moke use of the international connections of this Bank, which extend into all countries. Ask our Branch Managers for particulars. CAPITAL :AND RESERVES- TOTAL ASSETS tor of-tho Nations, Is net likely long lo retain bis seat in the house, "A problem has arisen, too, ID re- gard to the parliamentary retarysblps. During the war three were created by statute, namely, ex- ternal civil re-estab- lishment and militia and defence. They were filled p. H. Kcef- ery. Lleut.-dpl. Hugh Clark and F. McCurdy. Mr. McCurdy restpnec! sohievmonth.s ago and yesterday was as minister of public works. Lieut. Col? Clark and Mr. keeter re- main. The three position's were created "for the continuance of the prcsenl war and until the end of-the sesslot uf parliament held.next after the em of war, If parliament Is sitting when the..war ends, .theu the end of such session of-parliament.' Is -War at An. Enf The the.war technically come to .an end? When he statute was Britain 'and of.necessity Canada) was at war with Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bui garia and Turkey.: far, although reaties of peace have'heen conclud ratifications" have not .been between the government ant Great Britain, and all the four coun ries mentioned. ".On this, vhether or not the war is tit an en BrauilolHjx m. lliaso's OlritmcntU'cc if you mention Iliis- antl scnrl ze.Hnmp forposlacc. oc-1. a box: fllldeAlcra or Cdmanson. HAWS Co., F'fir.ued.Toronto.' Net At Well FUprtwntcd i MONT REAU' July" ommentiig I on Quebec prorlace from representation. In the cabinet, the Montreal Gazette says: "It Is u'oltlutr for the majority In. Quebec, nor for the Dominion thai a large proportion of the people hare no direct control IB the admuihtntlan ot federal and -we arc extUfied. that 110 ooe more keenly shares this view thin Hoa. Arthur Meighen." Nrw CablMt Needs Courige VANCOUyEB. :July Prov- ince tiye: It tie Bo r don cotJition with a ot premier, three re- tired members of tho cabinet replac- ed, and a little shifting of portfolios. After pointing out that nlnfi of the new ministers hare-been active Con- servatives, .five active Liberals tnd three non-political, the Province i a sketch of the new ministers and "While the Meighen ministry, like IU predecessor contains only one French Canadian and that one not in the commons, It cannot bo considered fully representative. Yet if the prem REGINA EDITOR BECOMES CROSS COMMISSIONER REG1XA, July William P. jaewepaperman of and editor 'for nearly 19 lualter, any moro than the people of Jer and. his colleagues shall not encr Russia'.were'consulted, wlieu Lenine-getlcally and courageously go about and Trotsky-set the dictatorship ot tho proletariat in people of Canada arc entitled to know when they are lo he consulted. Until the general election is announced, Canada is being ruled by dic- tatorship, which dliters only in degree from soviet dictatorship." Need Example in-Thrift The Saskiitoon'Slar says: "Hon. F.'-B. McCui-dy, II. P., Ihe new minister of public works, recent- ly said that should at once undertake an extensive nat- ional campaign to urge upon Ihe peo- ple in every rank of life the .vital necessity of-.suppressing exlravagance and'reducing expenditures. That Is good as far as it goes. But It does not start things at the right, place. In thrift, as iu.many other the government ought to set the country an example. "Mr McCurdy has been taken Into the Meighen cabinet as chief of one" of the. .most -Imporrant departments. He will have en opportunity to .1m. press his view of the ileed of economy upon his colleagues In the government. His.prbnonncert stand in favor ot econ- omy well received. It is in lino with what the people want. Xow that he is iu a -position of authority, will Mr. McCurdy insist upon the gov- ernment giving more practical demon- stration of economies? He could do nothing that would more quickly re store public confidence in the new ad- ministration." Progressive Cabinet Moose Jav, New 'Premier Melghen has been accord: ed the hearty support of almost all his colleagues. It say's much for the- high in which he is held that even the "older..parliamentary hanils have allied "theniselvcs .with him. At the same timeline'Is securing the help.of meiivlfke- himself, who will Like up the-aggressive work that the older nien ore laying down. They are.men.of progressive, clarified with of the Leader, waa "to- sloncr for Saskatchewan The an pointmcnt was made at "a meeting of the provincis! executive of the Sask atchewan branch. Cauadlan Hed Cross Society, presided over by hia honor. Sir Richard Lake. Mr. Kerr-vrill im- ui me waa .u- oir mcnara Mr. iverr-Villl aavi (jompany, day appointed a Red Cross rammia- mediately taio over his duties as chief [appointed executive s'ncer of the, Red i the cirri ins out and adminls1 its policies laid down initial executive He will nection with tho Leader Company, as soon as his successor ii the tasks that have been .waiting for thehf they w-ill 'be able to justify the administration to the people of Can ada." Little Enthusiasm VANCOUVER. July World' says: '.'If the personnel of the new cabinet is to remain as announced last night, J1r. will pro- voke little e'nthuslasm. The three new ministers arei. average, rather than outstanding .ability, Tvho will scarcely compensate- for the loss of Borden, Ilowell and Burrlli. fair to tpresume, howevef, that this doe's not represent the prem- ier's final' effort in that No Election This Year Commenting on the Meighen cabinet appointments, the Times says.In part: "Apart from the appointment of two new ministers', the Hon. Arthur Mel- ghen has left undisturbed the cabinet benueallied to liirii by Sir lloberl Bor- den, and even; those changes were dictated" by the1 determination of Mr. Hcwell and to retire. "The" announcement of the Meighen cabinet is also.tacit" assurance that there will' be, no Dominion election this year and the'new prime minister intends to worry along with Sir Rob- ert's ministerial impediments as ioi as he possibly" can." with WAXT1TE package of Kellogg's Toasted Corn what crackly, it Give them or cream, or fruit and and tempting in the familiar WAXTITE package, Yort township voted for the Toronto-Bowmanvillo radial. vacant The solicitor general as aj tho moderation tint is so necessary general rule is not a member ot the to counteract the worl of cabinet OTTAWA C O'jJal lantyne minister of marine fish erles whb Is taking a rest at St An dr-WB N B, at thp present time will icaie Oitawa on a trip Ic the Picific coast about August 10, While at the BallantynBL will, look Into matters affecting'liarbpr more particularly at Vancouver arir1 problems relatihr; to British Columbia fisheries. He will visit .Victoria and go north lo Prince Rupert.1- Mr. Bal- lantyne contemplated a .trip to vthe coast last aulnmn: but had: to cancel his arrangements owing Illness Minister. Without Portfolio OTTAWA July E K Spinney Liberal Unionist .member for Yar- mouth, X.S., has heeii. sivoni in ns-n member of the Mplgheii government without portfolio. SUCH IS FAME! Api (F. B. .in-_Vanc6uver iropos let'i quote from a dcl.ighlful lettef-writfen llr ITavrlnn In by Hayden Herald. lo. Calgary MOTHER! "California Figs" Child's: Best Laxative Tho letter discusses at length tho late Charles Oarvlce, the novelist, and Mr. Church quotes Gebrgo Ber- nard Shaw.RS follows: -was still a member 6f the of man- agemchf off.the Society of-Authors, Uiat by 'a middle- aged Unassuming' 'gentle- man, lo whom "1 "look a liking, not only bccanserhe stuck to pur'Vork, for "pjy- mout nor any sort of public kudos, but: because- ho was a, very sensible, kindly, pleasant sort of feljow. wris quite.unknown to me, and this did not surprise me in the least, as theisbclely'fs riot merely sv bevy "of ''consists mostly of under- paid literary Accept "Cljlfbrnla" Syrup of Figs for (hfi name California on She package, (hen youf Ihlld Is hating tho best and most larmless physle.fpf stomach, Ker anil bowels. Chitdren lov.o l-iilty taste. Full.-dlrcct'loris- on each (otlle. You makers .of more uncful than most novels and poems and plays, create no public In- terest In their authors. "One day, happening by a rare ac- cideiil lo ho In literary society, I liea'rd, his1 name mentioned, ami was askt'ii' tlfd f know him. I snld, 'Of course, 1 Charles'Garvlce; has he written Tho roai of laughter which followed marlo il clear thftl 1 had achiovetl one of my'famous riea without in the least knowing what I was dojng. "I then learnt that this unassuming crony of ours wag Ihe mosl populai writer In England, and that any pub Usher would have cheerfully boiled all thn famous.RHlhnrfl on the sooletyfs council lo make soup for hlni. r was enormously pleased, because Oarvice might have- been a poor man for any show of self-assertion he made to the contrary; and It was delightful lo fine Ihal- he might have bought the.lot ol us up and could all our hands off." rJ. Y. FUNDS the radical element which seek to destroy.-hut-has; riothing to set up in filace of that whtcli it would abandon." >The New Minister of .Interior. Edmonton Journal There has been little opportunity of judging the qualities, of the new maritime mlnhters but Sir James Lougheed's long residence in the west, which dales back to'.lSSS when he he- gan the- practice of law at Calgary, and his. extended parliamentary and should "en- able him to step easily into the.duties of bisi'very onerous post.'" The-.Bulletin says: 'Not members are to be taken: into the Meighcn cabinet. The reason is apparent enough. not'sufficient jobs In sight lo a'ccpm- inodale" the- present occupants of the treasury hunches, and they have, ".no intention of vacating t'heir office chairs jil'st to oblige the now premier. No rioiibt.-Mr. IiIolEheu would bo glad ejib.ugh to. part with most ot .them, ho cannol afford lo slart a civil war In the coalition by telling llieni lo get out." Strictly Conservative there is any doubt about tho In- tention of the- new premier lo the new government a strictly Con- servative government, It is dispelled by the selection ot cabinet ministers which he made the very firstvop: portunily. were two'rcal tho'-injirillnie-provlncas- ami hoth-of the. vacfinclcs were filled by Conser valiveg. "Of -Ibe real wording .meinbcrs o: the cabinet, only four nro ;l.lb B. C. OisappoTnted VANCOUVKH, July says: "Disappolntmcrit 'will be fel throughout Canada, and especially In British Columbia, with the cab inel appointed by Hon. Arthur Mel ghcn.-; The preui.ler has missed hi Opportunity lo rejuvenate the govern meiit and start il upon a fresh and ylg oroua career. "The dry rot with which the admin iatratloii is afflicted, lias hot be6n Climlnalcd. '-The government is no worse than It -was, but the promise of improve nient Implied In the .soiecllon of an energetic, young has" not bee fulfilled." NEW TOfiK, July ex- chango weak.' dbiiiatid }3.8p; Cables, {3.90 Canadian dollar's- 8S.26, Tlie Only Dessert of This Kind There are nnmcrous forms-6 f'cl> dcsscrls: But Jiffy Jel is the with the real fr.ii( flavors scaltd in glss? They crush (he frait, condense v' il' A houlc tnc liquid frun essence conies n each of Jiffy-Jell Iri a mnmcnts time you can prepare a delicious fruit dessert F is in saccharine And rcal-fruit m place of artificial. It will of these I'gnlful danilits Jilfy-Jcll is often used in place of sic.- Addidorial sugar, nuy be used suit the las" It is Dangerous to Use Counterfeit Parts for the I V I BY allowing your garage man to use; imitation parts in repairing your .car you not only invite repeated repair. bills and more serious breakdowns, but you actually endan- ger your own life and the lives of. others. Cheap and inferior parts used in connection with the steering control are. liable to cause accidents of a very serious nature. You Risk Your Life When You Use Ipiitation Spindles In a recent test the tensile strength of the genuine Ford Vanadium Steel spindle arm was found to be oyer 100% more than that of the. counterfeit machine steel The arms were submitted to shock, and the counterfeit arm broke pulling force 'equivalent to pounds applied to a. cross section. Ttyj same pulling force applied to_a corres- ponding cross section of a genuine Ford spinidle arm did not even change its original shape, In order to the genuine spindle arm it was necessary to apply a pulling force of pounds. The spindle arm is one of the vital parts en- tering into the control of a car, and by using spurious parts in such places, Ford owners are risking lives and property. Genuine Ford Springs versus Imitation. Springs Genuine Ford front and rear springs are made of yanadium .spring steel having a tensile strength of pounds per square inch, and an elastic limit ..of pounds. Every spring is tested the factory. Front springs are subjected to a pressure of pounds, in the fatigue test the average gen- uine spring .will stand strokes before breaking. Rear subjected to a pressure of 2000. pounids' and the average genuine spring absorb 40, QCO strpkes before breaking. Imitation springs are generally made of car- bon steel having a tensile, strength of only pounds per square inch and an elastic limit of only HSjOOO pounds.. In. ordinary service they scon flatten out. YoiTare merely protecting yourself and avoiding repeated repair bills when you, demand genuine Ford parts. Only Genuine Ford Parts-Can be Used with Safety' Genuine Jford Parb For Sale Here FORD GARAGE, Dealers A. RVEALE, Dealer KING Green, Dealers TABERMOTOR Lethbridge Warner Raymond ;