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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'THURSDAY. JUNE THE LBI'HSRIPGS DAILY HERALD PAUK. Here are the Manchester .Guardian Noj Just Satisfied With Appointment of Minister to Washington. June (By Canadian Associated Manchester (luardfan today publishes a summary nt Iho debate at Ottawa regarding the appointment of a minister at Washing- ton, concerning the refusal to publish, correspondence oa matter. The Guaralan editorially' says: "Whatever (he merits of the.case are, Canadian politicians are-evidenX- ly Impressed by the. extraordinary powers claimed by their cabinet. We aro not, deploring or opposing the we' are 'saying thai; It 'is a change ot great liupprtance and Wo are that the Canadian hou.se so impressed witu. 13 nltudc of the change and the methods used to effect It, that the government majority fall Jn a, later message, tne Guardian ''.'.V 'i. "Frankly, we wish the Canadian par- liament and people had been wore fully apprised ol what was going "on and we should biu'e liked to have bee'n assured that so large a step was taken at their deliberate desire. Rut if It is-their desire, us to say them nay." .The Cuardliin adJs: none but a very practical pi would have entertained such logical absurdity as employing a Ci adlan ambassador.lo represent. ial Interests if the British ambassador happened to be absent, surd, hut convenient." It was ESCAPED "BLUEBEARD' .Niagara Fall? las) August nder the name tit Wjri.-Auderson; lie Oesurled her eight days later. With Mrj.; 'Wallace, who is a rwar Widow, shown .daughter, Yn the'ceriter is' a bioodstainfld ham- which; )vas, found In a sentence jn VIEWS ON DIVORCE CHANGE British Royalty. Now- Showing 'More Slay The fact (hat Lady Vl'eig8ll.: Wok' luncheon Tvftli .the adorable frockt Interpret ttw latett ror rljhs now ini wearing. Designed wlfii every detente to and in- dlviduality. Correct In modelling and faihlonid of fatwics that portray-tke newer tones, yet priced according to Oie preyajent iplrit of econorny. Bxp b: Imports1 A re Growing More'Rapidly in Proportion. OTTAWA, June Canadian trade continues .lo increase as shown in the figures for Way prepared by the IJominion bureau ot statistics. -Imports for May, 192.0, show an Increase more tiit) ing month 6f last year bt more than ports of more ihan twelve inlllionV'ior1020 ''over -May, 1913, but there is a decrease of as compared with 1918. Fm ports from the United.Kingdom total- iQd "and: from the United'Suites approximately BrportsffoVthif-'Uniieif Kingdom were and "-to the United States Total Imports for for 1919, for 1020, Jl, osports for were for 1919, for 1920, King and Queen is a prool that court prejudices against divorce have changed considerably since the days of Queen Victoria, when Iho .view .prevailed in royal circles that no dis: tinclioh was to- ho made; between the Innqcent to'an'uh- the giillty.v .'.''-JfiVplieen Jjme the -wo-- who divorced" her 'husband' for very good and reasons? was regarded' .with', little (he offending aiid .many arose' in corise- Quen'ce. '-The barriers 'heigan'. to .crurn-' hie a little when the grandd'aughter ot; Queen Victoria, Mncess Aribert of Anhall (Princess Mario Louise] divorced her German husband and returned to live in England.- Lady Weagall, It will be recalled, divorced, Irusband, von Eo.kftrdsteln. .The. rule used to' be that a divorced woman, however could, not be an ambassa- dress the ;jpoial representative of England j in 'ano'ther 'country'. It if :this .ban is also re- moved 'n'ow Sir.' -Archibald Weigall has been, appointed to represent the crown in-South 'Australia. EXPECT TREMENDOUS. BOOM j NORTHERN B.C. June nortb.- 'erri part'qf British Columbia is on the eye tremendous according to -Hon. T. p. JPattullo, who re'cently spent three weeks in the north country. Settlers arej pouring--'in on e.very boat land. Is being cleared up and farmed everywhere, jkoods are being shipped in'-.'in large tljuantlties, business Is "Prank" Turner, colored, was 's'e'ri- tcnced'to not less than one year and not more than three in the'Ontario Reformatory 'an auto1: be- longing to S. Mulhe'arnv Chatham. GRADUATING 4S PORTIAS AT OSGOODi; WINNIPEG, Man., JUKI are'.ten in the platform upon which tlieiS'orrli government lo the electors of Manitoba this i'u'fii- education, labor, tem- perance, public; health, development of northern 'Manitoba, ajid natural re- sources, telephones, law enforcement and financial. T46 government, aims, It Is said, ;'to ensure to all a knowledge of English." The of agriculture U to be eieoMriied'through' the' eiten- sion ot farm..-loans and rural credits systems.' "Through the nc.wly created joint council of Industry an effort Is to be madS (o prevent labor, troubles and jsecjure understanding. Development'and 'exten s ion of 'electrl- cal power lines are planned. Exist- ing temperance measures will be al tered only on popular vole. The.sys- tem of. rural .health nursing is to ha extended.x'uThe government plans' to use "every- available means to obtain possession, of the natural resources of the and to encourage- their development by means of scientific re- search bureau." telephone system Is to" be extended'and rural -lines In- creased. T.he' reorganized" provincial force is tol'be made responsible 'for the enforcement of provincial as well as criminal code. The gov- ernment enuWse "the public savings nystem. the government shall from'lhe people to-fi- nance the ftural Credits scheme, and ultimately other provincial require- ments. V Dresses-ior Dresses Dresses for Dresses Dresses lov Dresses, for Dresses ior Dresses for D.resses for Dresses for Dresses for Dresses for 125< Dresses fpr 'A SLiGHT CHARQE-MAPE-FOR AJLTERAT10NS DURING OUR SALE Here areL Jaunty Suits If your suit It to be IndividuaHyitrhart, UxUirei, anif taltored with the exactitude (0f should see for htro It'a gathering of models vvill prove delightfully Interesting f. 'from the stantfpoint of style, quality and price. v -HE RAPS "GOOOTSOCIETY