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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta jnU'BSDAY. JULY; 1 .T. 1020 NINE en lakes a Fighter Admires JHon.TFrankCttiver A new IMpicT Minister is like Presidential candidate across line, ihe people Want to It now all about Mm. -Harding and have beeu' played up printer's devils, aiiu one 01 I to it-Is related blew a Horn in a village baud. .That sort, of human iuleresl stutf catches the fancy of i the. curious. about, our new I Ho was farni, did the, chores, but noter milk ctmiT j ihebe facts we from his mother with Ihe Premier b father i her son lit Ottawa; Then told that Mr is ab eeulhifiided. It is true that bo ..forgot abou t tbo baby 4 that h o we D t from hi s i house to his oHico with his hat in his hand and cbL.on hiti head; ajid .thai "he Irnvelled'Awo.ojf three-stations be- l youd a, plate where lo ad- rlruas 11 Is not true thiit. hn'_- ever- anything >hen he is partlupatiug in in Parliament remembers over} leilupt arBuuicnt he may be effecHve in de-bale than oK Itt thai he fb IUc U n uiei Clirn The fa What as lie has a case lo present an opjiou to' ih4tter hu Ine on the that the House of Commons Is judge Jurv Grattan 0 who Jns followed Melghens career In the Press G.aUory for doine years elzea.'.iip tho Prenjierji debating gifts m this way t s? lias neither the suprtssivc platform ot a the grateful plotiuence of a Ihe George n6r the elevitifQB. of Gladstouo.. His power lies aJtuosV Foleiy iu a. Ymfiid of awiftuess. in capacity 16'analy.ce, lp subje'-'t of opponeist to a pltl -leas1 futfueEt of logic. Somebody receulry that Mr. Lloyd George's sueeches resembled tbo .roar, ot an while Mr. Asgiiith's were" like- the marcbiug of Tl ai fs almost .'tee'difference hetwecu ttie eloquence 6f Mr. Me'gbeu aud (he speeches of uiost other sreLii debaters ii) ihe House 6pn lo speak acHi-e of restfdii t anu u chcck-reiti :ujiou his emo- tions. He has a kceu aucl.searc-h- ius'vrit. at.thnei H thorouehly humor tut ILC uses , iiifily- One-caunot ;hnagiiie Mm rousing k popular audience und sending tlieir blood and but it is-easy to sco biui reslraiut- and pcnalratiug arau.- meut i Add to tills that on the .uiuj) Kiiig 111 catch the of'the more thau is not a blood tinkler Til e Ivnig- uho Is of the orator In the floijsft is not for Voigheu not so far rate islug is EJ sjjident but is a BpeciaiifrU is A stu dent but i general practice, lie makes'it his business to utiderijtarid and "under- thoroughly MeigUou Is a ConsenatKp Pro gresslve'niovcments [16 not catch him. He is. not S'entiircsoine, with things.'- ,He pirefots playing safe, and not taking chances; Na'verlheless be js a student, anri stud> -He hfs attitude, but riot--until he is perfectly Ih9t the policy or tho ute has solidity, and .sense about >jl. can' hardly -imagine Meiehen playing to the popular clamor to get votes. At the ParilaraCBUry scasioti just closed Slelgheu must have had the, Premiership in hjs hitud. ile must also have known tLjpt the juovemeut was powerful aud spread- ing over the couutry; yet no man in the whole House dealt with the farm- ers' platform as critically and attach- ed it as severely as did'the theu Min- ister of the- interior. He believes In attacking the enemy, not fondling and praising Is tii'e custoti of some political He is a partisan; party does Is right and he will defend it through thick and thin. It would be hard to imagine Meighen with his party. What is, the new. Prime Minister like, Those ulio lilnt well Ihink lie is one ot the best ot fellows. He lacks coyceil; Jlsere is no ''side" abofy him. In appearance he ie somewhat 'of Hie ascetic'. It i iioue of. our business, but sSIU Ilia plain people like to koo'w all 'about. Uiu iiieu, and we iherofore siy "thai we tliluk he nwrs ilolhes Tbey arc tioL stylislr or even chosen with the ben But, vi-lien Met- ghen 'is debating iu he rtio wunouf collar or lie. or. in Is .shirt sleeves, and It. would be tor-' olten; it is. what ho ,1s' and ow Ue'says it lhat-grips you. even If ou are dead set against him and his Meighen likes u fighter. He ipressed ivondermerlt 'that Frank 'liver luid uot been nientioned for the liberal leadership. Why? Because 'liver, liku" lilmsclf, IB a lighter and critlc._ Oliver, he consld- would "make an Ideal Opposition eader. There are those, who ssy that leighen is destined lo be an Oppo ition leader. When It 'ferries to that tage, you can count on e'very. gov 'STUDIES RUSS SITUATION Beri--Turner. Brilish Labor Leader, wjio has gone to Russia to con- ditions under the Soviet rule. the7 Heart By N. COOK, M. D. The heart is the hardest worked organ of the human body. Ifc an average of seventy times a the minute of birth {6 the minute ol'death" Every half rffinute or livery thirty- eecond beat, the v- hole of-the-blood in the body is pumped through the heart, so that the dual heart moves about six ions of blood in twenty four hours. On the punty of tiut blood health depends On the strength of Vthe heart depends the strength, of the body. 1 Thejjuestion theu is, iiow can we tlis blood (jure and the heart strong? What isblood? Blood isonly digested food No man is stronger than Bested and jossimilated Deafhs ascnbed to weak heart and "heart should be called weak and "stomach failure It is this dependence oft the heart upon the atontach wh'ch explains from heart trouble" effected by the use of Dr. Pace's Qoldes Medical Discovery This remedy is for diseases of the stomacllaud other organs of digestion and nulritibn It purifies the blood, eliminating from it the gubstamws fchich 'corrupt! and poison it Even this alone ould take the" strain frcini the overtaxed heart Bulpr Pierce s Golden. Medical Discovery also acts directly upon the heart itself It strengthens the heart's action This1 is the time of year when we need a reliable tome Toxins (poisons) pile up within the body after a "hard and we feel tired out blue and discouraged If you want vun, vigor, vitality, try thb of Doctor Pierces, Fires Break Out and thieves break in. Don't risk the first, or invite the second, by keeping money in the house. Put it in The Merchants Bank, where'it will be safe from always earn inteirest at highest current rates. THeMCRCHANT-SBANK Held Office Montreal CANADA Established 1864. rnment' measure be bone, and iC an dtssccted to attack is to' be lade, .it will not be by sniping, but ith powder arid shots from all the UHS Mackenzie King unght mane, good Govern Die nt leader because ie mild and not inclined to loo conciliation wpuld always a a safety 'valve with him. 'It IB not with Meighen or Oliver. Meiglien has made his way hi the vorld. Hard work is the joy of his ire. Somfeosdj' has-said he has DO ecreation. In the days'when be was truggling to'jget through caching school, and later when pfac- isiag law La Prairie; he uay have forgotten" the, outdoors am] ts pastimes, hut_ he iiow resorts lo when the opportuniiy offers. He 'sociable, fellow, a cheerful com lanioii, a delightful mail in cpnversa iofl'in tits home. In his office it "is Hewants lo get to .he point quickK and then get ou iid gue some oCHhose oul side a chance to get in. It is hard ;o imagine a more perfect homo than lliai diat exists mlh the Meighens The children are the chnms "6f ,'th lEaao or the willow wand school "ol rchUecture, possess an ad- aptage orer the-; prevailing panta- or trouser, drapery in tha't as t impose upon alt their wearers, regardless.of a high de: of ugliness. f'Reprcseattng as :hey" do merely the.adaptation of the standard stovepipe, design in the re quire me nt of. human covering, their irospecl fs'Invariably one ol uopleas antness. U ha been argued In authority thai Lhe late G'orer Cleveland v.ore tho worst trousers known to the preset and the ona itninediatel> prc ceding The prints of his da> offer much. in1, support of this theorv. Yei Lu hold such extreme ot lnelegaac( exclusively a "Cleveland attribute is lo ilenv actiuaintaace the linen sometimes photofiraphed or the knee- bulgeil apparatus encasing th-1 lower zone of Xew York. Also there contemporan- eous portrait of the president of the United States slanding Before the face ot with, on.' reefed blher full pendant. Mosl stiikingly this reveals thg potentiality of the trouscr. for infelicity OIL CfiAZE GRIPS MSWF Members of' King George's Household fake Speculative Fliers Boyal household at Buckingham Palace is in the midst of an oil-speculating' craze. Orders or oil stocks placed oa the stock ex- change by members ot the King's per- sonal Blaff have been a feature of..the fading in the past three weeks. the tip came from no one.will say, but it is apparently from the high- est and the most reliable City sources.] tho the he attaches at the palace havo all] iccti taking a flier In oil. 1 The King has taken ,6leps to limit] .he craze and has' issued an order! that the. iiuliTldual Investment of any member, of his household must be limited to This action follows his refusal to allow ..the're- fiiSuS ut lUtj" rfiiiin; of Wales! in the Duchy of estate, to be liifesled in oil Etdcks. It is understood his Is based on tbo fact .ifiat -Ibe oil interests of. Britain rmay affect foreign as the Government Is now concerned 'with the development bt alarming increase in irJuiontlity, di vorce aud murder iu California. but-to cUnd for. that W per cenb'et women want but are to'-triist "Woman suffrage has made" cow- ards aud puppets of men. .11 has all politics and Government affairs coarsened and Vomea. to loved fathers, Were the men lo .vot'e ou woman (abus and brothers." suffrage In California today it iould pot carry. Want 50-50 Show ''Suffragists asked suttra'fip that they ruigbl put only good tneri in office: they clamor for" a fifty- fifty sliow for all offices. ''1 shall do penance forever' for the part 1 played iu bringing suf- frage in California. "Please urge your colleagues not to do whit will bring regret aud Yokohama Is to'have a new hotel of more than 430 rooms, which will be modelled on the ceueral lines of the Hotel St. Francis ;lu San Fran- cisco. !t will be-built alone 'he waterfront, where theToyo Kisen Kaisha are now, and a modem office building will be erected, for tho shipping which will build and operate the etw hotel. JSaBterii oij fields. .6ne sip of Lanka settles the tea ques- tion... The rare flavor, rich and stiraur laticg, has no equal. Only skilled blend- ing of Ceylon's finest" hill garden teas, can achieve such quality yours in the Striking black and white package bteled lanJta. WM. BRAID GO Vaocouve'r, Canai 2" I trouper leg th rib and tho Rev. A. .J. Lflngford, pastor of the Melhpdist St. Marys, regard lo municipal ather Last vear when he ,cen3B Liberia his boy was with him the two schtiolhoys o'n a vacation. as men differ _ ren in his attllu'dt. on publicities lions they will EM; admire his high character and great gifts It was a surprise fo hear this nue.s lion other div Meighen is a Roman Catholic isn t he' rhero is an Irish'name Meehan but the new Premier is of Scotch descent related to the Aleighens of Mont real and Perth Being Scotch he Is Presbyterian and a> yerv loyal-adherent of-the church.-too. He Is always'to be found, when in Olta wa, with family at the moraine vice at Chalmers church. action of the town': council summoning before tliut bodi tlieTadieiL of the W. C. T. U. and :putting iithem through a sort of third degree, examination in an endeavor to ascertain whether or not they had made complaint to the OF BRANCH at B Sub-Agtncy CANADA R J DINNING, nd Nobteforcf. r BENEFICIAL l'-v ''All Canadians remember that the econ- THE CANADIAN BANK PAID-P CAPITAL RESEVE FUND- 'V V i It-may of. Interest to mention th'at.most.of. the Premier's brothois and sisters rCEide in tho west though St Marys Onnrlo as the homo coin munlty. He lias three sisters anil two brothers. Annie', now of Calgarj nas tho oldest Then cartie Arthur then now 'Nirs Robertson of lloilclilfo then in Ldmonlgiiv I'll is r nchlng in follouulg clglitren months on the firing Jine'is a full privale-ot the I02nd Hattilloii. having refused a commission aul Jennie, who has become Mrs Anderson and lives .it Wclland. Sir Wilfrid 1-auricr had a hfgli opin ion of Jleighen. lie iircdtctcd that he would rise lo a high iilace in imb He life. Sir Wilfrid always admired the man with, ability, and especially tho yoilng members, who evi- dence ot n. ptomisliig fiilareJ.vsief respected and adinir. ed for his abjltly. Meighen lias to thanMSir ItolTcrl for gi" Ing hfm a-chance to prove his metal.-' In all tho big debates In recent years Meighen was in the front pUco the C V U bill in the old I'arlhmf nl the closure ot winch lie nas llie author conscription, the War Times Election Act, through which lib made bitter enemies, the Grand Trunk ac- milsition, (o name a tew. His pariy upon him to present the logjc ot the CIIP an 1 it wa? his menls in these struggles lhat won bini Uio support of (ho rank and file' ol the Conservative peirty. Ahviy's, also, Mcigheu has had the respect of his opponents. They never Underestimat- ed him: (ftey recognised iiia ability, no mailer how much they disliked his criticisms and attacks. W PRAtSE OF SHORT PANTS melhlng To Bs S.iiJ In 'Support of it London i the'slockii and thti. ruffles "and" th knco breeches which made so pleasin to the eye the row' and park of Briini mel's day. s mlghtt be a litllo trying, on (he optic nerve, ,bnl It does scorn 'as though something! really helpful might ho ac- Former Suffrage Leader Says Politics "Coarsehs and Cheapens" the Sex Annie Bock formerly an equal suffrage a lette'r to W. 1C. in the j .pwer- House of the Tennessee' LegiB- lature. urges him :iot to support rati- fication "of the'. "saHrage ameudmeuti Suffrage, Bbe" and j cheapens women.'.' Sha eipresses her regret former-activity in its behalf, Saying that since suffrage has been granted there has been an alarming increase in .Immorality, di- vorce and murder In California. Women Intolerant -The letter says, in part: "A rear.iti politics has taught me that' women are intolerant, radical, revolutionary and more corrupt in politics than -men, also all this so- called reform leads to the socialist co-operative commonwealth. 'Since suffrage there' has been an CANADA'S BEST FLOUR OCItVIR MAKES BAKING DAY EAST AND ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION ONE BAG WILL CONVINCE YOU ASK'FOR AN BOOK HANDLED BY ALU'GROCERS DOMINION TIRES SSLD A Sign of Tires and Service _ Thousands of motorists believe in signs, for they know that the' dealer who displays this sign, sells the highest grade automobile tires in the world, and gives good service plus honest, helpful _ __----- .7 r advice about tires. >ww _ _ Six of for every car and need Find the Tire sigh and you find the1- dealer who has the good tires, as well as Dominion Inner Tubes to fit all Dominion Tires; also Dominion Tire Accessories. ;