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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1920 THE HERALD PAGE FIVE U.S. Railway men May Take a Referendum on the New Wage Award CHICAGO. decision lo- night oil whether the eighteen railroad unions will accept, the wage'awArd. was -promised today by T. ih ShepparuY when the brotherhood chiefs resumed'thcjr conferences. .Union officers, refused to comment .on {he reports that they were divided. Privately they said a referendum seemed the only possible course. If u vote by all union, Is ordered the award will be tentatively accepted so that the men v.'iil get the increased pay (or this month, and Ilia hack pay from May 1. as provided by the, retroactive feature of tl'io rail- road board'a A refer- endum.will lake at least thirty days. Insurance Companies Now Take Liquor Risk NEW-YORK, July here'toftay an- Inclusion! of "liquor claute's" Ini their burglary polic les to protect owners of private stock. An annual charge of twenty per cent, of the'original value o' the stock Is made for the hazard and only one-fifth of the total amount of the policy may be on Irquor. (Continued from f Republican ezecutiva to he "J can speak unreservedly of Ihe American-aspiration and the Repub- lican'cnmmital association of nations, co-operating in sublime ac- cord, to attain arid preserve through justice rather than force, de- termined-to add To seuiirily through international, lawi so clarified thai no niiscbnslructlon can possible out affronting M'brld honor. j "No surrender pi rights to a world council or its military sitmed mandatory, however appealing, ever shall summon the sons of this republic to war; Peace and Justice "With a senate advising, as the con- I stltutloD contemplates, 1 would hope- _! fully approach the nations of Enrope 1.1 and of the earth, proposing that under- standing-which makes .us a willing in the_ confederation of nations to a new relationship, to com- mit [he moral fortes oE the world, America iucluJeJ, to peace and Inter- national justice, still leaving America frees independent aud sclf-reliaot, but ottering friendship to all the world. Keep Wages High' "1 wish the higher wage to abide on one explicit condition: That the wage earner will give full return lor the wage received. "1 decline to recognize any conflict of Interest among the parlfcipanls la Industry. Crush Sedition "We must not abridge the freedom of speech, the freedom of1 press. or the freedom of assembly, bqcause there is 110 promise in repression. We do hold to the right to crush Ee'lltlon; to stifle a menacing contempt for law, to stamp out a peril to the safety of the repub- or its people, vrhen emergency calls, because security and the maj- esty pf the law are the first essentials Qf liberty. Deny Government Strikes "The strike against the government (3 properly denied, for ;governiuenl service involves none bf-the elements of 'profit which relate to competitive enterprise. Oppose Government Ownership are so confident that much of the present day Insufficiency and In- efficiency o( transportation are rdue to he withering hand of government .op- jeratfon that wo, emphasize anew our opposition to government, ownership. We want to expedite Jhe reparation and make sure toe mistake is cot re- ._ _ "I like that recommittal to thoughts of America flrst which pledges the Panama canal, an American creation, uh old friend J r na neurfortn e TiTTins BRITISH CONSOLS THE CANADIAN BANK of COMMERCE have now exceptionally good facilities for the transfer of money to all points in" Italy, and can nake tvarsfer to tho smallest village without (lel'ay. The Lethbrirlge Branch have specialized in this particular business, and aie in a'position to quote very lou; rates.' The Manager will to discuss the matter at any titne'. K. W. REIKIE 'MANAGER Cool off ontheGreat lakes wiWN olj vr.iirnAVbkft limfr rrit i to 1'crt McN'icoll and teiuto. If von Uvs mare turn, iscfede t of il tl II, CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY J.GORDON, Ticket Agent Phono 512 to the ot American shipping; Stands for Protection "I believe in the protective 'tariff policy and know we will be catting for Its saving. Americanism again. "I believe in a great merchant 'mar- ine I have this republic the leading maritime nation of the .MARiOX.-O., July is cnierlainihg today a body of tlie lead'irig HepubliL-ans the United States, as well as thoii- sauds of friends of Senator War- ren 0. Harding, Republican presi- dential Nominee, the occasion heing tho official nqtiftcallnn ot the'candi- date that he is the choice of the. party Republican parly both In the cam- paign, an'd when charged wilh the re- o( adminlstraUon and Our Immsdiate'dutyipud that ot all .Republicans and all true Americans.yrho ate thinking of the problems: and perils of the present uu'.l of the future is lo give you su'cli generous- an onr minds thai we not'only owe :it to ourselves lo pro- tect.'there; well as air over rights and interests so :long ntglecled; but to reach out a helping the Mexican- people to'tho that law and order may be that country which has: Into anarchy and cursed with, continuous It is of the ..highest itnportauce. to the United States'that Mexico should be both and peaceful .'and must facojtheifact tlint. without our I aid the Mexican peoplt; cannot prop- erly or sSeedily. bring about the .im- conditions and the reign of law and we are.convinc- ed, they "desire, as much as we do. The League of Nations- 'In defense of freedom aiij civiliza- .lion, and to vindicate our own invaded to .carry tiie banner wD.eiilere'd uilon the war wilh The following speech, notifying Sena-. Germany and'although we were lardy tor Harding of his nomination, was n.takin delivered Henry Cabot Lodge: Northern Tar Sands Withdrawn r From Disposal OTTAWA, July are already foot, It Is said, for the reduction of tar knovjft to exist by billions of tens the Athabasta riyer In Alberta. From these It !s estimated that huge quantities .0! gasoline, (carotene, naptha, bitumln, tar, lubricating and fuel olli can be secured. In 1913, Dr. Bosworth, of the Imperial Oil research lab- oratories, cstimatid that then would-be sufficient 'oil obtained from the Athabasca tar.sands to supply the entire world demand for of yean. By an ord- gazetted last week, the laiids'containing these sands .were withdrawn from sale, settle- ment or other disposal, thus leav. Ins' them: development. ame as yesterday's finish to 1-S high, r, wltb December "is 1-3 to 257. were ollowcd by a lilUe, further advance nd tlieu by a decided setback to 251 or December. After opening 1-4 off to a like ad- ance. Including September at 152 to 3-S. com fluctuated somewhat and hen sharply declined. Oats tagged with other grata, 'rices started about unchanged, Sep. collier 15 6-8 to 77, and turned down- grade. rrovisloos ruled dull and heavy. Subsequently adverse development bout rust and announcement, of live- y extort business gave a decided lift o prices. The- close was firm, to 2fe higher net. with December 259 and. March 263. The com market July' Senator are assembled here As a com- mitt'ee ropreseuting the. Slates, Ter- riLones an'cl possessioiie of the United States to make to-you formal an- nouncenient of your..nomination for the office of President o( the Heputjllc June 12th last, at Chicago, by the Kepubliruu National CoiivGntion. This duty is to us us pleasing as it s honorable, but .ive are also deeply conscious of its' far-reaching import-, incp.. We fnlly: appreciate .tliiU'wliul you say to us today will not only be read'and pondered by ail the Ameri- can people within the confines of the United Stajes but .also. by ail-, other civilized': :.5. Here f will 'cliartUhe'.coiirSe'! !o ibttdHfr by the nopuMican.parly in the great electoral contest, us ind _will and .hose thb party you lead 'when the authority'of Government Is' 6r.ce more committed to oiir keeping. We tliis declaration uii- Irouhled by anydoubls and with Ilia most entire confidence. All who ire familiar with and career and most especially those who lave taken part-with yoit in public service know beyond a pera'ilveutnre that you are a patriotic American, imbued with the spirit of I ho groat leaders of the past, of Washington; Lincoln and Roosevelt, whose ser- vices to the American people -.have we came upon the field action in turn-the scale for right and iberty. Not content wilh aiding-IOur- ope to bring to pass ths peace, which all desired after victory was Wilson undertook to make us mem- jers oC ah aliiaiL'ce wilh foreign pow- ers indefinite >iu eilept and confalii- ng provisions: which threatened the Independence.Uhe. sovereignty and the safetyiof thej.Un'ited Slates. This ef- fort on the; part of-the President was arresled.hy the: action of the Ilepub- Senate who proposed pro- tecting reservations ivhifli ho defeat- ed, together with the treaty itself. In that work, you, sir; took a conspicuous part and you were in full accord with ;theibelief of your fie- publican collekg'ueaylhaty Ihu- League of Nalions as'prb'pljsed by Wilson and upon wjitcb he and his party still forever memorable in our You will.always, and Justine- become history. ._ _____..... lively, in meeting, the .difficult-.ques- tions and weighty responsibilities which confront, you, Ihliifc with com' plete unseirishncss of your country and.your country's Interests first, a high qualification for an fice not too familiar to us late and therefore peculiarly necessary at this moment. You will, wo are certain, be ever failhful to the finest tradi- tions of the Republican parly and at Ihe same time, we are equally sure that you are .wisely tolerant .and open-minded, in sympathy with the best movements of the time, looking forward to Ihe. future and Its needs but never unmindful of the nreat the -..._ the fnimdaMoH of onr'Government. Your public life has shown to us and all your fellow citizens that you bcllevo in the system of Government'de- ing part in that great conflict Close. 115 ai 150 137 367 Dec. July ilr storm, causing damage to telegraph'-.wires' inl Saskatchewan the market' repo'rj. today is riiuch" cur- tailed. Chicago-Grain that there was .a. heaVy demand for cars to niove wheat! tended today to renew as to' that cereal Initial prices which rarj- from the advanced sharply on active buying. The. close was nervous. to net higber with September 154 to 154VJ and September to 133H. BAR SILVER NEW YORK, July domestic unchanged; foreign. 931i; Mexican dollars, 70Vi. LONDON MONEY LONDON, July silver 52d per ounce. Mossy 5H per cent. Dis- count rates unchanged. MORE DEPORTEES CHEYENNE, July "prison car" loaded with undesirabli aliens Irom the Pacific coast en route to New York lor deportation nassej through Cheyenne late yesterday. basic principles upon 'which builders of the Republic laid signed by llic framors of tho alitutiori. Tli'ey cslaMislicd reaentative democracy Con- rep- had no sympathy with any scheme which would turn tho Gavernmenl of the United States Inlo. an aulocracy based upon a plebiscite and with all tho Intervening representative feat- ures disregarded or effaced. Yoii have abundantly .shown- yoltr un- wavering conviction that Ihe Govern- ment ot Iho United Slates should be one of laws and not of men and that the, three- brunches pi that Government should nil work together In the exercise of the powers con- ferred nnon them, severally hy the Constitution, for the common pur- pose of advancing the general- wel- fare of the people. The makers of Iho Constitution intended lo cp-ordl- nnte thn three great elements of Government and strove to guard ngainst either usurpation or trespass hy one branch at Ihe expense ot itio other two. In that splrll, we nil know well, you will enter upon-your great responsibility, Complele Support Accorded Domestic and economic ructions of extreme complexity and difficulty bo deall wilh at once in such a way as to meet the needs of the time We shall not attempt lo discuss'these in any dolail because we know llml you will declare your policies In regard lo them in accord- ance not only with Ihe life-long principles 'of Ihe llcnubllfan parly hut also wflh Hie opinions recently declared by tho llenublican Conven- lion al Chicago, It is nqt for 113 u> enumerate Iheih lo you, for 11 is to yon Dial we look lo set forlh the proper policies to 'M pursued by menLwith other'natioiis; for Ihe ex- tension of the Hague foi the upbuilding and codification of in- ternational law'and tlia-estavlishmcnl of a'world for Inter- nationa! conferences in regard to non- justiciable questions, and_for arrange- ments .to bring about a genera! reduc- tion of armaments. All these con- structive measures are in accord wilh the traditional policy the Republi- can parly which has done so much in Ihe past to forward the cause ot inter- national arbitration. But when we are called upon to become an integral part of a permanent alliance ot foreign pinv- to put ourselves a position whore the youth of.Iho country can be summoned by foreign nations to fight and die In quarrels not their own, to .entangle ourselves In all the conflicts and disputes of Europe where we have no interest, to.p'ermit foreign interference wilh our 'ddiuRstio ques- tions and with the Monroe Doctrine, and to Bit in an assembly where our vote is not the equal-to that of every other country, we' absolutely dec-lino tho proposition. We slam! for Ibe policies of Washington and the rfoc- trine of Monroe, and a'gajnsl the in- ternationalism and the permanent al- liance with foreign nations proposed hy the President. 11 the world needs us as Ihcy needed us in 1917 we shall not fail in'our diily, but we can help other nations far better'i[ we are free and unlranimclcd and-do Hot'permit our strength and resources to he wast- ed and worn away onS the lives of our young men to be sacrificed In end- less hostilities with which'wo have no' Such has been the policy of Iho Republican parly as represented in the Senate and such It's policy will remain. We arc cerWiri that you who helped so largely to frame this policy will, when the executive tiulhorily I comes into your hands, carry it out I in such manner that we can fulfill all our responsibilities to the world with- out-binding ourselves by'Any obliga- tions lo a League wlilth us-submitted by Ihe president is tiiit-anolher name for the evil combination'which was attempted a hundred years ago by the ill-omened Holy Alliance. .Grave'Issues' No national campaign for the prcsi dency has ever involved graver issues than this which'now lies before us; Upon, sir, will rest the great duty and 'of'eiecutiva authority.; We look'to you In full con- fidehcc-to lead'us and the people of our beloved country piit from the .dark- ness and confusion which the war has brought .npon mankind into tho light which shines upon a nation where peace reigns arid 6f'justice, of law and of order rules'in tbe hear.ts of the people.' Then we can .again take up the'work of advancing-the United Stales along the broad road that success, the road which we 'haye followed for: more thai) a 'century. ;Then indeed we shall not only rise'to. still loftier heights ot achievement, for ourselves, but be en- abled to render the largest and finest service to humanity. Eureka Refrigerator 6 feet 4 feet wide, two glass doors In front; Stimiison computing scales; Guerney forin scale, 1201) Ibs.; Bowser oil lank, 100 gal.; electric coffee mill; 60 feet oak slpre shelv- ing wilh two rows lilting bins, made by the Walker Bin Store Fixture S-foot show horse. L. C. TEEPLE Store Dominion Block Lelbhrldge I 188-6 FOR SALE THE NEW CROP. Of Hay Is .now ready for ship- ment.. MIXED TIMOTHY 4 ALFALFA STRAIGHT TIMOTHY STRAIGHT ALFALFA Superior quality, lowest. prices, and excellent service guaran- teed1. SAUNDERS HAY AND GRAIN'CO. 1221 Second Ave, S. Phone 732 _______' IS -0 GET AN OGILVIE COOKBOOK FEEE, YOUR GROCER HAS IT. WONDERFUL RESULTS ARE OBTAINED FROM Royal Household Flour Royal Arrowroot Biscuit pure and healthful. t Makes brain am) Children and grown-ups like them.; -i sniTCO WCCiCES O.Vtf TV North. We.1 BUcuil Your Hard Working Heart JBy. Lee H. Smith, M. D. 1 .derful double pump, the. action of trhich th'e blood stream is kept sweeping round; ranrl rrmnrl through at (he, rate of ['seven miles an hoar. I! -A healthy storiiach iturns we eat> (into nourishment forl -_ ;the blood stream and tin; nerves." No one suffers from! colds or catarrh who has 7-'i! plenty of red blood corpuscles Innd'a good digestion. Catarrh w'n a stagnation I the blood.V Introduce pure red blood into fne and h'ealjth is assured. Dr. Pierce, over fifty years ago, gave to the public-an alterative and blood tonic which IIB named his "Golden Discor- js sold-by all druggists'the'world over m tablets or liqtiidj and is just the thing to put the best ot condition. It is a .tonic, alterative and, which contains no alcohol, and has "the ingredients printed on the' label Discovery" assists the digestive functions, as- simil.atin'g'the fosd and -taking- from it what is necessary for feedingjlie Thus the.blood takes new vigor and vi- tality. This corrective remedy nature put in the forest for keeping us healthy. One feels strong, vigorous and full of instead of weak, nervous and "played out" Send lOo for trial pkg. of tablets to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., or, for a free medicai.booklet on any disease or free juppfici SKE of lite nttit al At vacation teuon, relilble wrilin; implement wilh Ink lupply thil you ham Ihe of dr.k ink outdoor! into A convenient pkce anjr lirae to do all the letter writing tint or buimeii toclil demand. Tlira lift, i S2.50 inJamiBul Dtctm. L. E. Co., Limited 91. Jin.i Si., NEW YORK. BOSTON. CHICAGO. SAN FRANCISCO, LONDON, PAWS. ;