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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE -1. 1020 TflK TIHKHMiE..HAM Y IIKIULD PACK Construction of National jl Highway, (or Motorists Advg- vf Want Bed Tape Done Away With. WINNIPEG. June (By Canadian Early', construction of Cau- aila's national highway. endoritaiiOut SL of federal aid for the coustrucllon of Ml Sood roads throughout tbe 'Dominion, and a suggestion tbat federal aid be Lfj} granted without Ilia necessity, of sub; iifS inlying piaus and advertising; con- tracts, formed the contest of the re- Eolutlons. which were unanimously vassed at (ho flual Eessica of the Can- U? adlan Good Hoads convcntiou here to- day. lu addition .to papers by II. S. Car- V COLLAR OF KING ADOLPHUS PRESENTED TO THE GOVERNMENT for Saskatchewan, on "Road Bragging and tyaiateuancG. S. Conneil, consulting' engineer, Phil' adolpWa. on "AsphaHIc Concrete and M. A. Lynns, chief engineer, good roads hoard, province Of Manitoba, on "Highway Bridges and several 'committees met to consider and report pn various matters relating to the, good roads problem. The most important of tha commit tee meetings vvere luo nomin- ation committee, which held its annual meeting lor the purpose receiving tue annual report, and the assembly of tiio resolution committee to draft resolutions touching pn tho question of good roads' for certain of the dele- gates to tho convention. The reports of the various' commit- tees submitted to tho conven- tion during the afternoon, and in every instance- the .delegates approved of the resolutions su'1 njilted. General Assembly Is Officially 'Welcomed to Ottawa By !he Mavor and Ministers. OTTAWA, June Canadian chief feature of tho Presbyterian 'general assembly was tho speech of Mayor Fisher, welcom- ing tlie: delegates, to the capita) and giving tltem tho freedom of thn city. flavor Fisher made an earnest plea for a cfcficr co-operation between pub- lic men and the ministers and vvorfc- ers of the Christian churches. His remarks along these lines were receiv- ed with frequent hearty applause. There were also v.-elcomes extend- ed from other denominations. Her.'Dr..S. P. Hose, on tebaif of the JtejhodlstiiChur.cheV. of Canada and .Newfoundland, In a brilliant speech extended, fraternal greetings, as did Hoy. .Mr. Farmer for the Baptist chrirchcs. Several interim committee reports were received but as tho assem My has not settled down to real work This afternoon there will be a two and a half hour discussion and also onq tonight. Another feature of tho morning '-was the devotional service which the nev moderator, Rev. Dr. Balhtntyno, con ducted; and during which ho preach cd an eloquent sermon. This being1 His Majesty's birthday special prayers were said for the King and royal family and tho national an them was sung by the delegates. Doctrine and Policy It w.as decided by the general assem bly that no action bo taken oa the question of subscription to doctrine and policy. A report from the spe- cial committee appointed last year to deal witu tho overture of subscrip- tion, to doctrine and policy was read by Dr. W. J. Clark, Montreal. Ho, first of all, traced. the events during ilio last fey years in connection with this Abject, showing 'iat It had been matter of discussion aud conten- tion for a long time. Tho report stated -that the members of tho convention had been canvass- ed by the convenor, Dr. Fletcher, and they were not of one- mitid. The over- ture was too general In its terms, it had before five recent assem- blies. The' report submitted stated that it was inopportune to deal Juslly with so important a matter-now, and recommended that, ff laid en the table and no further action be taken for iho present. In moving tho adoption of IHo re- port, Dr. Clarkrsaid that it iroald not do to delay tho matter too long. St should be taken up and disposed ol at an early date. Church and the Public Mayor Harold Fisher, in presenting Ottawa's welcome, said, as "a public man, bo was endeavoring, to' do hia share in the matter of general better- ment. He felt. However, there should bo a closer contact between the clergy, and the workers of tho church and public. After all, "the ministers, with tho school teachers and the press, were tbe real leaders of public opin- ion. Public men were often criticised for not offering a more leader- ship, but no public tbe truth'was palatable or a series of compromises. Mayor Fisher said if ue believed what wo say, we believe then there' would not be so much'unrest in tha world today. The employer weald pay his employee! tho highest wages jssiblo ftnd the employe's would give o fullest possible production. There ould not ho much opportunity for a xury tax as a man has a to those things -which will make m an efficient man, but hu has not right to anything Inqro. Fraternal Greetings Dr. S. P.'Jloso; of St: Paul's lethodlst church, Ottawa, said he sp- eared as representing -the "Metuo- Ists Canada and Newfoundland. Ho loke of the Forward Movement in. hlch all tho churches were e.qually itereslcd. While in .some churches 10 financial part of. tho forward lovement was a big success, Uiera 'ere other parts of the movement that ave rise to. keen thought. Rev. Mr. .Farmer, pastor ot Me- church, Ottawa, spoke n behalf of the Baptist church, aud stended a hearty welcome to .his rcthren .of the pulpit. The Presby- erlan church had been called the ntellectiial arm of tho Christian hurcli. and was still living np'to that Rev. Mr. Farmer rather deplored ho exclusiveness of the Church oE England. The problems with which hey wero faced- could- not be solved f they-refused'to co-operate. ..There vag Siaov.ement in Quebec -which was imcd to crush out Protestantism. There was need ot greater comity. Their Anglican- brothers had got to VIENNA. May 14. (By general's collar worn by Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden, when he was' killed at the battle ot Lulieii in 1632. his 'been presented tc tho Scandanaviau govern- ments by tbe state In recogni- tion of charity to Austria. The was taken from his body by soldiers theHAus- trian Guard and hac-been in the JJilitary Aluseiim here. THEATRES CLOSE DOWN; GERMAN TAXES HEAVY Jackson, Wyoming, Once Har- bored Desperate Characters; Men Lost in Elections CfhvYEN'NE, Wyo., Juno A woman Mayor, Mrs. Craca Miller, now BERLIN, May alioh amounting to something like 65 per cent, cf gross revenue and hoivy running expenses are responsible for the recent closing down of CO first- class theatres in Germany, Many theatrical end operatic safd to lie In sore financial straits. Few can afford to pay for the higher' priced scats at the present increased rates, and the moving picture houses; with their popular prices, are reaping the benefit. Tho macigor of the Reinhardt con- cern, which controls ,the three most important Berlin theatres, states that the latest "luxury" alone takes more than 20 per cent of the box office receipts. Besea and stalls are now rarely Looked. Tho Kapp revolution week, he said, caused tin concern a loss of marks. Director Bamowsky, of. the Lesslug Theatre, the home of the draina in Berlin, told a Tageblatt representative that tho German stage is passing through -i most critical' period. The atrlcal budgets, he said, can no longer be balanced. The greatest menace, he was "Americanism" b> which, ho' explained, ho meant "an for amusement's sake, not tor art's sake." A Breakfast Dish of that sustaining food- 6rapesNuts provides full f strength for the mornings work. Trial proves- "Theresa Reason wed to the feminist raorement and clean sweep of every mile :i'Be only eipiamiiiou :hus far giTen Tor the orerturn comes from the editor ot the Courier, the city's sole vrho says In hi: paper: It Is thought the novelty ot being tha first city oa record to be governed entirely Vy women helped them to secure such a complete vic- tory." Tbe editor wbo was, himself, a candidate, accepts the results without lnlDg, but says tbe vromea surpris- ed even themselves by the result. There was 0.0 Unusual campaigning. no special Issue at slake, was there an unusu'ally heavy vote. Mrs. Miller defeated Fred Lflvejoy for mayor by a" vots of 55 to 28. Four vrouieu were elected members of the city council over four men candidates be tattle fields or in hospitals, and he ma uncd, whose- orphans he guTeramcnt -must provide for. Ital- an delegates at Spa isust-be- firm ia strenuously defending Italian. and Last fall, a Fort Fairteld, Mass., 'inner gave his wife barrels ot potatoes which she, sold for rules in Jackson, the population center ol tho Jackson's Hole county which long was famous-in fact and fiction as the resort of outlaws, cattle rust- lers, horse thieves and wher bat] men of the west that oncc> was. For what is Bald to be the first time in history, there is not a man in the city hall oJ an American luuncipaiity; for, a'yCJty admlnisirtatloa composed into office as a result of tho election in May. There Is not a man in Jack- son's city hall. Jackson is a diminutive population Of not quite 300. Per- haps no other section of the United States Is so far isolated from the rail- roads and from traffic. The nearest railway station is IS miles away, and from'November until May the highway to that station is virtual- ly Impassable. Surrounded by the high .mountains In the range south ot Yellowstone National Park, the resi- dents of Jackson made little or no at- tempt to travel during the winter months. It was In Jackson's Hole that the had'men made their last Eland against the advancing "wave of civiliaticn 30 or 40 years ago. There they flocked after stealing cattle or horses or other robberies or hold-upa and band- ed themselves together for mutual protection: Today Jackson, Itself, has surrend- by about tho same relative vote. yew FUR COMMISSION WINNIPEG, June Bra buut, it was announced today by tbi Hudson's Bay Company, baa been ap pointed ,'nr trade commissioner o! tbi with headquarters In Win nlpeg. He will succeed James Thomii son, who IB retiring. Mr. Brabant ha; been lu the service of the company toi 35 years. abor "I am sick and tired of the ejtpluslve way in which part of tho west hey get together have got to do it down here." WOMEN ATTEND EDITORS' CONVENTION TORONTO, Jane Canada's, weekly newspapers, at least 312 aro represented.at the Canadian-Weekly Newspapers Association" annual meet- ing being held here.' "A pleasing fact is that women are attending. This is emphatically true .of the western delegation. Editor Jordan, of tho Review, Rerclstoke, B.C., is here, and so Is Mrs. Jordan. Editor Bates, of the Fraser Valley Record, Mission B.C., is another tourist from the set ting sun, and distance docs not mean anything to Mrs. Bates either. Soldier editors arc: H. B. Munroe, ot the Herald and Mining News, Tlie Pas, Man., and D. O. JiacFariane, from Delmont, Man. MORROCCO TRIBESMEN YIELD PARIS, June tribes- men In French Morrocco have yielded to military authorities there and have accepted the terms of peace present- ed by the (French. Cannon and machine guns captured from French detachments in have been sur- rendered and' tho port of Kanifra which has been blockaded sinco 1314 lias been opened. NOTICE TO MILK CONSUMERS after June 1st, 1920, our drivers will call at an early hour in the morning, regardless of road conditions. Milk on schedule lime for PRICES .RIGHT Quarts, SETTLE YOUR SOUR Mlt-K ANNOYANCES AND Phone 1142 A. J. BUTTERWJCK SON NORTH. LETHBRIDQE DAIRY ft MILK PRODUCED IN LETHBRIOOE, NOW CONTROLLING OUR OWN DAIRY HERD. WET OR DRY Milk is tKefood of dren and old people. Combined with cereals it makes the jdeol ration-1 kit if your stomaeli nottaweIdnidly pour a little not water over two Shredded Wheat a small chunk of buiter on each Biscuit, allowing it to melt into tne shreds. If you like the Biscuit split it into two halves and crisp them in tfie ovenand- eat them with Lutter a teal whole wheat toast, wholesonie'and nourishing MADE IN CANADA PALACE MARKET SATURDAY SPECIALS PRIME ROASTS OF BEEF, 20c, 22c and 25c per Ib. FRESH PIGS FEET.............. 3 Ibs, for 25c CHOICE No. 1 CREAMERY BUTTER, Z Ibs. We have Special New Zealand Mutton for Tomorrow Palace Meat Market 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 431 cfs Oriiy Seven Per as Against 10 Per Cent. Tor jJdgium. ROME, June entire press protests today against the decision of the Hythe conference granting Italy only seven, per cent, of the war In- demnity while Belgium Is granted 10 per cent. The Trlbuna says: "We are the first to bow to the hero- Ism and sacrifices of the Belgian peo- ple. In the field of financial repara- tion, however, we must point out that Belgium In only a limited zone was really devastated, that her machinery, which was removed, was restored in greater part.' "Belgium had dead, whole sacrifices we venerate, but we cannot forget the Italians who died on TH the Bivlnei Depurtownla or our 400 branches tte workman will find and safety lor tfTlngi. The irsutloiu vise- Mrner vbo ll-res by cot bj thus nuto adequate provision for old age b7