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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR HERALD, TUESDAY- JUNE 1, 1920 Ube tetbbrtboe OA1LV AND WEEKLY Fre.nrletori and THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lelhbrldje W.A.BUCHANAN President and Maoagiiig Director Jolin Torranco Business Manager Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Subscription Kates: delivered, per .15 nist the material for arguments in a nice liitlo domestic squabble, and it will bo H very luterestiug ftnUli to witness as to wbich argument will prevail. Tho Hudget will not only be u political bat a domestic bone to H'rap over. But however the i may be eonteudeU witli asj fitting or not filling tlic urices ot articles named, tbe principle of di- reel taxation conveyed In the Budget bring botue to both him and her liow the eipenjiture ot the country has a iwrsonal relallou lo both. There Is ono aspect of the lludget on 'wliltU the Juue bride is bouud tu have disquieting feelings; this is the effect the luxury tax will have on the wedding gifts. This is bound to be a very feminine consideration. for A policy to make good these enor- mous Imports by the- de'volojjlus ot oar' resources. In" facilities' tor' so' .dolne. tu.ths.iyay tUe_Naticnal Hallways may. looked lo to tai'e, a part'. up. wheat aad; oils this week. go the last Dally, delivered, per year 7.50 y. by mail, per year 5.03 Do Know? TODAY'S How much QUESTIONS, is a billion: I1. Dot's the'billlon differ in Great Brltaiu, nud the United States, and Canada? 3. Why Is Braiil so 4. Where Is the Washington monu .eut? 5. Whal Is Utilitarianism? 6. What is Wedgwood ware? FINANCIAL SIDE OF THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN the conventions have been there wili be numerous unsuc- cessful presidential aspirants who will heartily wish that there had been a law on the statute books In regard to presidential i-amivjigns, such as iri vogue in the present lav.- in Ihe States limiting expenditures in congressional tlie debate on tha lludget. drew atten- campaigns, Is the conclusion the lion to a main factor in keeping- up, i Spokesman-Review arrives at. It Is led to this infcreuce by the testimony before the Senate Investigating foni- inlttee which showed that the sum rf has been span on General Lon'deu's sum reitre- .Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. 2.00 THE ABUSE OF COLD STORAGE The newly elected member tor, St .James, la a rsalden speech made In it not adding to. the high cost of liv- ing when he referred to cold storaees. Referring to tlic high cosi of articles of regular -consumption, Mr. nihfret placed much, of th'e blame (or the at doors ct the cold storage establishments. Tbe high cost of senting r.u average- of more- than for each State In the I'n'ou. thoso articles, he said, is due to USE- II ls evident thnl presidential cam less manipulation and criminal abuse paigning'in the States is .1 .big has of. cold storages. It is a well known ness "wllli all Ihe outlay fact, he continued, that cold storage j "ceded in the way of propagamtn in owners prefer to allow thousands ofifllvor ot "1C respective candidates pounds of meat to perish than have tho market flooded "for fear that poor people might be able to obtain food at -reasonable prices. These Institutions were designed pre-eminently to store 'goods' so that in the bad season they; could be sold at cheap prices, hut they '-have served the. very 'opposite pur- pose.' They have not been utilixcd as refrigerators for the food of the peu- Pie. but they have been nothing bal .closed vaults to aid iu .speculation." 5 not a matter that can be denied f that -.demaun: and suppjy play a con- .siderable part in the determination ot j.prices. There decrease in sup- -Jroin: natural, causes, and in- Khlth Nature has a part In produc- ing, But it cannot be ignored that there is ihe.-artiflcSnlf; restraint caused by the hoiding back of supplies in till spirit ot regulating prices tb f which the cold storages are in'posi- tion to lend thernselveE. With .this power in' their hands' they Eland as .counteracting.- all the To be the President of the United States is no doubt a big honor and well worth tbe pricej as the outlay for seeking it would conjecture. The rea- son for the same Is, however, a curious ontradictlon ot democratic principles country where these principles ro emphasized as largely prevailing, 'ho necessity for these stupendous utlays bas been occasioned .ecessity of the appeal to tho racy. To bring this about it re point- (1 out that under-tho old system of .ominating candidates-for the Presi ency the appeal lay almost wholly lo few powerful party leaders ani lo 900 or national II vas long thought that little or notu; ng conid be gained hy conducting an ntertsive campaign before the masses f the voters. There was' ihen' m evasion for large pre-couventlon cs pendilnrcG by the rival candidates Vitli the .adoption however in manj tales of 'tha presidential primary and the away.of greater, popular influ m bnnglug' owri prices .'ducud jjice, even nbt-adojted "bondi pealjjlp. those who .benefit by 'any-.Teasonabfe prices, no ina'i'''' _., coidrjtontgeslVdoptlag'Jia'poilcy Mr. Rinfret ,Whsn therefore the the OOTgnmenl that these cold properly controlled, as has rbeeh'.'done countries, he spokaf.wlth an appeal; that for the economic weltarefshould'not be allow- ed to pais nnheeded or disregarded. ANtKTHE BUDGET Tip June brldo will enter into Ihe. matrimony with now respon- sibilities for which she will have to thank Sir Henry Dray ton. The thanks of. the newly-wedded husband will likewise rush to Sir Henry Drayton a'different way, In hfs having tbo "Uttte cherub aloft" to nid'.him in re. feminine Usto for "lus after the ardor of th.! honoyinobB. period has cooled down. When madam wants to display her well Ehiped ankles with Bilk Blockings that vpl'.cOEl more lhan }2 a pair, her master will have Ihe argu this would mean another least for "luxury tax.1 Is for Ihe ownership ol i, and petllcoaU thai r J12 cacb. the same lord' men I; 25 K thedt. hubby will be made ir hats the wife's tastes Ifmltei! lo and will have [lie nrgu lo Kir lliflify'Bray old Vrgume to apply. AS will'hatfc to mont'Of an ton.' 1 How .will-the to follow meet rflenlforGof the buslisnTi's. shield 'and the'ifph'iii'of.'the-wiio tkt -'i- V brldo and those jirftnrnnni ot tha Will ih-j iiiero 'laieV be thi hfs bosom foi i way o at. la bring dress? tho wifi the patriolid emotion (o Var In meet ing the arguments thua Xing ai he to resiraia extrkraBance.' Mltl'jl will iiave the nrgiiiriyil when she iurna to tier husband smile him flfuratlvcty portion .of .th press of the United Stales, so tha money should nott altogether stand i the way of debarring aspirants to th presidential chair on'the principles o true democracy. In the spending of the Tinge sum In the presidential campaign -It ;fs no hinted that a single V6ie has bee bought anywhere. II is just the cos of publicity.-. MANUFACTURERS AND ALBERTA'S COAL RESOURCES The Kaatorn manufacturers ore atix lous to have Alhcrln coal bronelit ii to Ontario, and Ihc-lr coining tisil t the Province should serve lo giv tbcin ocular erEdencf- ot the big resources here, in of these vas It may hero' he said, ther is tho solution of -the Irirlependenc o( pans or.Eastcm Canada in regard] MONDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. How came the name tariff! 1J. What is a posse co'mltatus'.' 3. What, is the origin of the name Icotine! 4. Why is "tobacco so called? 5. What is the allusion in to "give le cold (1. What Is the reference. In "It is to a 1. From ANSWERS a seaport ot ossible, hiufc coS day' Tiioy or tlfo >oil -as should Zim-Buk.; Zam'-Buk U eqaally. lor.all AH S.j o( j tb e: W orke re' '.Uul oa, assaulted r'qbtjeil i' of ilot stiind the high winds ferever, arid farmers are anxiously looking for rain. [I would not lake very much rain to soak in to where the land is already soaked. The damage hy wind the last fovv days %viil probably bo greater than first expected. Tho greatest damage done Is about four miles north of and about tho same distance south, At the timo of writing the luss is very hard to estimate as in some cases the damage hy tho first wind Wfts not near what It was figured io be. district. Oats and.-flas being seeded! Prospects never GRANLEA (l'nrom Our Owrf Corresitondcnt) storms here Friday, JlaySlsl, and Monday, 'May cut the'wheat and in some rners busy rCfEcedlng, but the damage was n6t very extensive. Good rain Tuesday morning. May 2oth, and showers during (he afternoon went down about six stubble land. Oats are being soivn but very little flax. Majority of farmers here rcly- to Ihe wniiillu? for which they have to rely 00 the I'nftrd SUilcs. Thp fact Uiat the Dominion im- ports an qvcragc of tons ol bitilmlnons 'troat and tons of aiitliracitf! from the Hlaloa yearly caiinoi hn too-loudly 'dfaivu jititmlioji to.' This (in Slates for fuel is ail MIC more .firing in.thn statcmont iiiada'.oy.jArlhiir. V.. 'ConsullliiK togincsr of the sion of .ConjerviiliOJi." Ho: draws at- the fact that'Caimda is or the greatest coal' storehouses In Forld. It has, lie say.% reserves of nearly tons of. semf-an- Uiraclfe, torts of" bit- uminouR, and toria o( sub-oltuminons ronl nnd lignite. Of tliia vast heritage a very portion. a (otai of million Ions, lies in us rjlininlei] by Mr. Ill'1 Thai (.'tinadLi ijuimiis nojrly Ions uf coal-fiorn liuj Sint-s may not hi' i-r 'lizni many; Die .QwU; Council irill borrow issue of daji'eritures, for the purpose of allowing, the Housing Commlssioa to build more bouses. 'The a coniplele.plant Including slablea, and sheds, costing flbbut' JIOO.OOO. A sKull' belong lo Don- aW BarnlirtKU aged six, -wlfo was drowned at Doliiwai'c in March, 1815, ,was found In river.; near Mpuiit Brydgcs.- (From Our Own .Correspondent) WRENTHiVM, Slay c: Nell- son lias a y A. A. Coulter is busy busting up the sod with bis engine, Bulling Uvelvo Ed Anderson --is running the outfit. B, A. Perkins and: Chris Silk has .wheat fiieldB'that show up best ot any along the road. "Mothers' Day" program and preach- ing by 'Mr. GrlflUh were very good. Miss Esther Mannlug, teacher of Owens schuql Sunday arid witli''Mei "Srojits Ii) v Preaching hy Jlr. Griffith, and Sun- 'day sghool at the Owens schoolhonse every Sunday. Sunday school 3.30. preaching 3.39. Owing to bad wea- Uieria'nd poor roads Sunday services were closed through tho winter. BRONX BARBERS STRIKE VICTOR RECORDS W E prldo ourselves on pur prompt, courteous, ser- vice, customer. want -you Over Records To Choose From iiail orders prbmptlJ' rilled- postage prepaid. Every record insured against breakage. Write for 613 page catalogue. War Bond Interest Cpxipphs and Cashed The Merchants cash all War Loan Coupon's or interest cheques when due, p'n.jireserttation, withoui snaking any charge whatever for the service, If have not a Savings Aexxmnt, why not use your interest money to opea one with ..Tbia Bank! Head Office MonlrfiaL OF CANA0A slabllsried 1 804. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, Manager. BARONS AND NOBLEFORD BRANCHES, M. KILPATRIQK, Manager. 1 dred YORK, June Twelve hun- barbers In the Bronx district wore ordered to strike lo enforce mands for a weekly salary ol and per cent, of'all collections oyer ?40 a chair. Strikers said they hoped tb extend niiivemont Ibroaghout the 4rSOO shops In Brooklyn jf their de- ing on ivhepL Wheat looking, fofr mands were not met. WRENTHAM (Krorn Our Own CorreHiuiudoiit) WJiKN'TJIAM, -May fine wnrm of the nasi hiis givHi tho fiir.niers u cl'iaiirc lo nliearl Iticir seeding In Ef Kliapc. have already tomptel- c-il needing wbeut nrtd tlu-y arc Inisy plnninis (JSLIS anil nlhcr grnins. j Tlio is way through'' the ground all over (ho dlftlrirl, find some of It is two Indies or more above the cromirl. The wurni stumy woallifir affcr the raitiH 1st rfc- spoiiaiblo liohjr'y windstorm tlic'weeds overlfirhtid some" hayrncke, hul .did no serious danuigd exccpl io drV'oilt the ground, and the rain o.n Tuesday has helped Ilial. The out- look for a good crop was never bet- IIT In this district. i ORION (From Our Own Mny ll.e liQvn'liatl jjbfuif pvcrxlhiris tiial ni.lrkoii :tn in nl- irianiic. Rujulny niglit n sluiwcr fti Mill. .Mnnilny (vlml, nnd plenty (if (I; Tuesday, Mill. Know urn! :i lltllo hall, IV> Ii.-Ml. nullglii froal or two. Ijul nil run- of aiiy diiinriift' done ns [ar ns tmiis aro Con- Mrrnod, tt.fs'K u( njiIsiiln'B VALUABLE DOCUMENTS Bonds, insurance policies aiid btherval-! uablc documents should not be kept at honlt 'where they are likely to be lost or mislaid. .The Safety Deposit Boxes of this Bank, provide a moderate cost ati excellent meaiis of keeping valuable papers. THE CANADIAMiEIAiNK PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 'il LliTUUHIDOE BHANOH-K. W. Itcjktc, Manager. fThat Affe Serviceable We a specialty. supplying our tmde.wllh shoes tbat Efjlid. wear well am! (it well and Ihla. comlfined with tho propV fitting of lliem. gives you v.tluo for ynur mnnry Invested. Wo know liow. nrlns.llia fnmlly brro, ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGE3 W. J, NELSON CO. 1 SHERLOCK BUILDING for Every Sport' and Recreation SUMMERTIME is Fleet Foot. time. For every sport ant] recreation for everyday wear and holiday Fleet Frjspt shoes offer you a happy combination of style, case, conlfoft and economy; The Fleet Foot lino is complete iii every detail pumps, oxfords, high and low boots (or nicn, women and children, You can have several pairs of Fleet Foot for less than the price of one pair of leather BO wear Fleet Foot to the office and house as well as for golf, tennis, boating, nistoring, baseball and lacrosse, your (teller for Fleet llio ntunc is stamped on every shoe. fleet Fovf Shoes Dominion Rubber Syiitm Product t The fiest Slfoz Storci Sell Fleet Foot ;