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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THR Mf.THBRlDGE DAI LI' HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE 3, UI20 Presidential Dop esters Lome on This lean Year in United States Two Jiain National Conventions This Chance for Dark Horses at Hoth Conven- on the De- fensive. NBV YOHK, June the twj main national parly couvecUoas sche- duled for June. Oie'IlepuMlcan I'bi- cago, the DcMuocraiic at San Krau Cisco, wide-spread interest is display' ed today in the probable chances ol multitude of the race tor nominal ion. in which the irits are many ;tnd ihe pace U'hile the li-HYing the at Ihe Sail rr.UH'b s are apparently to bo fought out l. to nomination oil the first ballot, later ballots all will be Medial 'science proves that un- healthy gums cause serious ailments. People suffering from Pyorrhea (a dis- ease of Ihe gums) often suffer from other ilk, such as rheumatism, anaemia, nervous disorders, or weakened vital .organs.. These ills hare been traced ..in raany cases to the Pvorrhea germs :ifhich breed in pockets about the teeth. f.Fow out of five people over forty hare Pyorrhea. It begins with tender and bleeding pirns. Then the gums recede, the teeth decay, loosen and fall out, or must be extracted to rid the systemoftheinfectingFyorrheagerras, Guari! your health and your teeth. Keep Pyoirhea away. Visit your den- tist often for> tooth and gum-inspec- tion, and make daily use of Forhan's For the Grnns. Fcrhan's For the Gums will prevent check its used, in time, and used consistently. Ordinary dentifrices cannot do this. Forhsn's the gums firm and healthy, the teeth white and clean. 35c and 60c tubes in Canada and _ If your druggist cannot supply you, .send price to us direct and we will -mail tube postpaid. FORHAN'S, LTD., MmAml presidential nouiinntions. Tli's Istuesl. observers claim. General Wood especially the in tlie Republican I cannot hope Io nearly enough secure nomination on tho first ballot. X'or lati any other of llie now-favored aspirants hope for Oa off. primary pledges iu most instances be- ing only for the initial vote. After that anything may happen. Slate dele- gations pledged to support "favorite sons" for at one ballot will be free.to follow their individual prefer- ences, and the traditional result IB likely to follow, say the political rail- birds. This result Is that a "dark horse" will and himself chosen presi- candidate tor the Republican Ijeotiard at raost Democratic delegates troui [lie various scales are being scut un- instructed, the- Heimulicatis been engaged tor weeks :u a hot pro-con- vention campaign. wi'.U tho figures in the party bidding asainsl one another for control of sfvte. dele- gations to Chicago. respite this difference in Mctics. those who profess ability to analyze political conditions in the United States assert that the picking of a party, ivssible candidate Is ns difficult in one Major General party as In the other. The results leading the stato primaries have, been so com- j plicated that thfiy jrvllr-s clearly. This is a "Republican year." the fall of ii'jiuluatk'U at Chicago he Is likely to launch a third parly on a Bull Moose, tntl-treaty. anil-league of Nations platform- is making hlE campaign an out-and-out opposition to' the treaty and the League covenant Johnson's early political career stumped him as a forceful personality. His first success was in California, where, to quote his biographers. 'Tie drove the Southern Pacific out ot politics." In 1S1Z he Identlflmi himself with Roosevelt tn Ihe Progres- sive movement. As Piogrossive can- dfdate tor vice-president he carried California wHh ihe exception of two electors! votes. In 1914 he was re- elected Governor cf California by ail enormous role, and carried Into office with him a full Progressive ticket, lu 1916, after tho two factions of the Re- publican party had become reconciled, he was elected to the United States Senate. a Demagogue The Johnson ot 1J20 not the John- son of 1912, his critics assert. The man who stood with Roosevelt to de- feat the reactionary element in the old Republican has developed, say these Into a radical ud a THEY HAVE THE HABIT CHICAGO, June hundred thousand spurious 4> whiskey prescriptions have Jwen yrltten. in .Chicago flnco prohibition went Into effect, ac- cording to estimate madp to- day by Capt. Hubert Howard, i" federal prohibition officer, inches tall, but is a furcetul talker, and Is sure to be full ot "pep." including fierce attacks on his Tho Johnson committee hat already laid numerous charges against the Wood and Hoover organi- zations of wholesale expenditure- of money to carry of Juggling of rotes In primary contests. Governor Lowdcn Running third hi the Republican re- convention race Is Governor Frank Orren Lowden of Illinois. He has been a strong man In Republican affairs in for many yean, and.wai in it leading in the Republican demagogue. H swms certain from I Congress forthree txnua. tjoreroor has been In the United States results of certain state primaries thatlkowten has! not deviated from tea dopestcrs says. Tho Democrats, at present in control of tho administra- tion in Washington, are dongedlr on the defensive, while the Republican "outs" are' attacking fiercely and brilliantly, in such circumstance the choice of the Republican candidate Is a matter of serious import, and Am- erican newspapers in general have been devoting much space io the re- sults of Republican primaries in Ihe individual since 18S6. when he ioicad thai K." forces as a surgeon. He is'now com-1 i'aclio'ns mander of the General District, with Americans and those" ot the Iriah- headiiiiarters in Chicaco. His admirers' point with pride to the fact that began life as a poor boy in New Hampshire, and worked his wiy through Harvard Medical School. He served with distinction in wars tho Indians and in Ihe Spanish-Am- erican war commanded the famous "Rough-Riders" of which1 body his friend Roosevelt was: Lfoutenant- Colonel. He acted-as military gover- I nor of Cuba, and later as governor ot The consensus of opinion is that at )Ioro Province, the Philippines, and both conventions Iherc is n splendid commander of the Philippine Division. opening for a "dark horse." Many win-scarred political veterans assert that when the balloting at Chica and San Francisco is over. Ihe chos General refused permis-; who have accepted leadership of d rulo by making communities where hese. occur re- orm of primary laws'; Ves'u'uiptlon ol American lues, and establishment of an tnter- mtlonal court of justice; Senator Warren Q. Uardlug.ot Ohio s another "favorlie sou' who had a close call 16 defeat In his owu state, dBfeallng General Wood In Ihe prluxar- es by a narrow margin. He has a considerable (ollqwliis tn the Middle West, as evidenced.by the primary re- mils. who is a lewspsper 'prop'rleior at Marion, O., was formerlyyKOvernor of his state. He w-as the Senate in 1913. arms of the last named, Gen. Wood is j riches out of it. a novice In politics, and Is by no "I would not send a single bov means the chosen champion of the! across Ihe seas to his death in a dls- G.O.P. In fact, U is freely asserted pule over the boundary lines of Serbia Ihat political .device, has beenior Rumania or any other country in used to .prevent .his .nomination Chicago. One of the planks of his! 'My brand ot Americanism regards platform Is -military preparedness and [our Siberian enterprise as a typical ifr he- advocates. a rnild form ot universal] lustration of. what tho League of Na- lions will mean, io America and of lies o'ehind all the diplomatic Senator Hiram Warren Johnson of (phrases .and.. pretended Idealism." .California is the most aggressive of j Johnson has advocated universal mililary training. Johnson Aggressive dential nomination.7 He. has the full j of railroads. .The main feature of his is, however, his policy. He la not 'hns'on of California coining second I support of the chain of newspapers' present campaign, is, id Governor Lowden of controlled by Wm.'Randolph' Hearst, League of Nations pol already made his mark in many parts of the world; .especially, China; and Russia, and his remarkable .work'.as Illinois a close third. But even at the I and it is openly-said that should, he I a. large man, behig.about'Bve test nine chairman ot the Commission" for Fivorttc Sens' j i In'.'addition' io1 those'already men tioiied as Repubitciii presidential pos- crop of Massa- Oliibl Washington are some ol ihe" Vta'tes-enJoylDg "favorite son1.' fcre others too iiumerous'io meulfoa. Calvin Coolldge o( ilasaa- strong 'support. New from' .IJiis own and from; Vcrmoat, where -he was .He, leartjd .to recoupItlon as a last summer whiso ho dealt sternly and the labor IrouDleis'.in .Bosttin, calling out tlie National, 'Guard to replace the striking police One thing people In the Unit- hold'against Dr. Nicho Jas..Murray fintler, New York's "favor- iteT the presidential race, that he -prolessor! Judg- an hrbJtej '.fhighbrowv line AVhito House pall a nation with s hnowt publicist and" president: of TColumbia University..'hftfi-'rieaued a platform .Tvhjoh; includes :Bringing" executive-aiitocracy to an high cost of. govern ment; e'aStctiiTg "budget; begmnltiE'''payment pf war debt, vision to stop mono yutalr practices, and profiteer ing, encourage rtbe lo-the-farm moMsmeut', provide a'national mer (Continued N'ine.) and mean the most. TKE O3CA-OOLA COM WINNIPEG YAL On July 1st we will Move to our New Location at 508 Fifth St. that formerly occupied by thei Cak" Our Removal Sale commences tomorrow and continues until our removal affording ;a splendid purchasing opportunity'to economical shoppers. Every- thiag in stock is placed at reduced prices for the .occasion and the values are of a nature to commend them to all men who wish to buy wisely and well i _ if Now is the time to purchase one of our raincoats, they afford in ail instances note- worthy savings. One lot made up in lighter may be nicely used for cool summer evening wear. Regular price Removal Sale Price.....ipl Another lot imitation Done'gal tsveeds, great wearers. Removal Sale Price........... Suits At prices that will interest you. One line of men's suits, good old worsteds and tweeds. These, cannpt be purchased today under Re- moval Sale Price................ One line of men's dark grey suits, really a marvel for value. It pay you to look these Removal Sale Price......... One lot of Men's Navy Blue Serge Suits, good dyes. Removal Sale Price Another lot of Men's Navy Blue Serge Suits, guar- anteed fast 'dyes. Removal Sale Price........... Boy's Shoes Sizes 8 to 12. To clear at, pei pair.............. Men's Sox Men's Black Spx, pei' pair... Men's Shirts V-neck Dress Shirts for summer wear. To clear at, each...............'.......... Ladies' Shoes About 50 pairs of Ladies' Oxfords in sixes from 2 to 3 only. To clear at, per pair....... 95c Hats Substantial price ttoncessibns .on our felt hats. These hats in popular shapes in brown, black, fawn, etc. Removal Sale1 Price 1 Special iine of Stetson Hats in black, brown shades. Only About six dozen fine Felts, Canadian made hats in a variety of shades. Values to .Choice for 49c Men's Odd Pants All sizes. Removal Sale GOODMAN 21O Fifth Street South Next Lethbridge Hotel Men's Blue Denim Overalls. Removal Sale Price, pair ;