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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUH Tim LSTiiBmnGE DAILY HEHALU. ttbe letbbtiboe Tbecalb Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRICGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 6lh Street South, Lethbrldge W. A. BUCHANAN President and -Managing Director John Torrance. "Business SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1920 The Importance of High Principles bev.'omei tiie gr the reasons (or this preva! in the Kiiuejitratioii of HtU'iition oil young tneti in tiie wars of tin- war, with llio roiisequent neglwt ol who were of an as1-1 'I'1'" I'ecomc tiie youths, of toiley from the boys they were five years aso. This neglect lias Io lie repairiii for the fiilureof tlii> nii-f. Then; may In- in the that liavu beeu itniunittfil the spirit of ajvoiiture. llnl io excise'the motive on this behalf wonKl be latul. The j youth who c-mturks on crime in t'tia .-jimi ol advoiiiitiv. a sire hcnt on making them- selves notorious by of the erccoilile tear variety for Ireland. What one would like to know is which parly's campaign funds ore beinK.iiseil by these women In making a display of tlicmselveg. There is no doubt Hint the Irlsli fluiflioii in the United Htatea is caus- ing a llarc-iip this year simply be- cause of the presidential elcciiciu. The efforts ut tho two old-line parties to catcli tlit> jiyiilieirak-d Irish-American vole Is ii scandal, anil tho Vale profe.v tart in sending the protest Ihey did 1o Congress recognized them as sncli. Tho Now York- Times also raps llie who would slir up Siller 'relations between Britain anil the United for the sake o( cdielilns Ihe'lribli-Amcricati vote. In tlic United Statcj, says this New Vork iiapcr, llic Irish qiU'Slion .has been made Iho sport of Intriguing politicians who do not care a straw for Ireland, subjugated or independent, cr. miserable; but they do caro mifrUiiy for Irish-American votes. To for them both panics bavo in Ibo past stopped at nothing. Kpcclal- ly In a presidential year is there an Ignoble competillon to see who can" go furthest In affronting KnglAml, trampling upon tho good understand- ing which was one of the me-sl hope- i Jill ot .the .war. ond bringint! Airieric.in diplomacy Inlo roniernpt. Continuing, The Timts says: The latest Instance of this i-ocklMS- neaa oceum in with a now under consideration by Iho House Foreign Affairs com- mitlcc Io "rocoi'niw" the Jrith repub. lie and to send an American minister ft i only to Cotlbut duty to iimii that nwtls lobe prodnim- "K'K' .to ions io his fclbw-niMi, ljut UUILUU NVnat Is the inscription on Iho famous Liberty'bell? 4. To wna't heiglis does tie holly- bock grow? Why are the Hanging Gar-Jens of liabylon so called? C. What Ij lha Grail? jn uu.- imitm duti in i and sum-lies formed for the welfare of vouth. to be "near" its Government. No one ran prevent from being introduced; but it Is sup- posed to be the business of a respon- sible committee to throw them into the receptacles conveniently provid- ed for rubblsli. Chairman Porter of Foreign Affairs committee, tow- ever, 5n order that he might do, or seem to be lining, something in the affair, wrote to tlie Department of State to uEk Administration would view tiic passage of such a resolution, in reply Secretary Colby was polite- bnl curt. He would not undertake to "deter year committee from- any action which is dictated by and which It may feel conscientiously impelled to take." (In :il! this partizan manoeuvring is The Republicans evi- nocior lias the e ast upper. It >vas sa to ave altogether undue juecl1 brought to England by Joseph reliance on imaginary information i 0( Arimathea, but to have been taken as I had an opportunity pf proving j back-to heaven until the appearance last fall, and even it his forecast is cl heroes worthy to bu its guardians. correct the h l- not hidden, dcnily Uopeil Democratic Ad- mmjslralton would ''.sternly upon their proposed Then they could (urn to theTrlsb-and say: "You see. we can do nothing against Wil- son with -his. Implacable hatred of Bui. now 'Republicans are aheid ami. recog- nito IrisVlndejiendene.a It is. of tp'arse, almftst incorieciyab'Ie that thej'-.sh'ouiy do Tlie S woaM .block' :move- if-the. were mad make it.'- In 'the last-.resort" thV wouid: be bound to disregard It. lie could-let Congress President Clever Inml il was a question of'a Consr.essional recognition of tlie Cuban: republic, that the opinions of scn'alora and. representatives on that subject were eminently interesting, but could have no effect upon, tlia sworn duty of the executive himself to receive nnd appoint ministers and .ANSWERS 1. The Spaniard- it from llie MTOI-S who brought it Jrora llio East. 3. The trade term, for All kinds of vessels made, of east or wrought iron and .used for'. cooking iuid other pur- poses.. i 3. "Proclaim liberly ihrouebout the laud to all, the idlauitants there- of.'.' J. To S feet. 'From their being supported on muEonary arches Ic a height of 75 feet.- They were irrigated from a re- servoir built at tho tftji of which water was brought from the Kuphrates by a icreiv. C. The .legendary holy vessel, Posed to have been of emerald, from which Christ dispensed tho wine nt Last Supper. It >vas said to have ecas correct the Wheat tjoaril', should be ngalti appointed for the purpose i of handling the wheat crop of mo will be even more' likely of securing the- highest price available than an competitive market, with this difference: that the price which is made ot the wheat will be paid to the farmers while with the ojieii I market an enormous tell will be'tali en by the open traders. "So far as ..the average man can foresee the reasons for handling the grain co-operatively in 1920 Svill be just as strong as they were during the year 1913. Great Britain ha? August 1921, and tbc public press hai stated that Prance intends doing the same thing. The political condition? in the smaller importing countries are _as unsettled now as when the armistice was signed. Space HICKED UP. IN. TBK UAH Arthur T. UtlK> was elccico presi- dent of iho London Liberal Associa- tion. London Hi-tail Merchants' Associa- tion-met uuU protested against tho Ben- luxury Ceo. H. Palmer was selected a labor nominee to contest the Uanphln constituency ID the Manitoba elec- tions. Ruby Huren Mercedes, 5-year-oW llolslein cow. sold for at the opening of the sale under the manage- ment ol the Minnesota HoJstein froLs- tan association at St. Paul. Ingersoll ratepayers voted in favor of granting a loan of to the f. Griffin Shoe Co. for a period of Ira years. Hefierman and his san, Vin- cent, cf McKillop Township, were arrested ou a charge of obtaining money under false pretences. John Bouls, manager ot the Thos. Stone Co., St. Mary's was Instantly killed when his head caught between two braces as u being (filed. The steamer India ran en a shoal at IJIockhouse Island, near Brock- vllle, and was towed by tho steamer Stormout, to Port Dalhousle for re- pairs. Angus Brabahl has appointed trade commissioner at the Iludson'i Hay company with headquarters In Winnipeg, succeeding James Thomp- son, who is retiring. C. 3. Tamlin, .''veterinary surgeon, of London, received a broken leg and a badly lacerated face when kick- ed by a cow on which he was oper- allng. ilajor It. 'M. M.C., has re- signed as medical superintendent of the Freuerictoii, N.B., Mllllafy lios. pital, and will return to his hoiue in St. Ttonias. Pekr Brown of 'Farewell. Out., who went overseas with the 153rd Datta- lloa, died In the Western Hospital, Toronto, under'an operation, lor an injury to his knee Iu Ens- x laud. transportation of wheat is for still the governments, of Great Britain. tii in tho of principally that Private credits In Europe are hardly less disorganized than.they the beginning 1019 vfhile the cessful -worlv Bbarh 'in already..'declaredi-her intention fleh't1 'ilnxiall.on; tiC.trie jb'oarBfu'Mw tcertain lijiye 'shown 'are .eiistent live marketing' has-dcmbnslraied.' It- self: with a-.compafaUyely'sJniill crop of wheat iq its bent areay ite.ntion .of, Ve- tainmg .'.gpTerniflehl' uutj) ex corf- You would not pay 25c a pound for sugar if you could get it at another store for 22c, would you? j r, Nfo, of course you wouldn't. Thdn why pay high prices for your Life Insurance when you can purchase from us at a saving of about on the annual premium. Don't think lhal all Life insurance rates are alike. They are not. Our policies are all up to date having the latest disability them with Increased Indemnity. We are a Mutual Company so all the profits belong to you. We save you money, and a dollar saved is a dollar gained. Be wise and pur- chase your Life Insurance from The Metropolitan Eife The company that has one-eighth of the people of Canada and U, S. A. insured with them. District Office: 201-203 Sherlock Block Manager, J. Norriftgtort, Phone 339 the laVgestc.jrVil established. Clothing and Garment Manufacturing: Industries on the CoasL In addition' to his activities in .the Canadian Man- ber of- the Council -of llie Yaucoiivei ditions have nevcV favor- One would think that not even and if this forecast should be realized and the crop of 1920 handled will bavo denionstraicd itself to'be iucli a boon to the farming corntnun- tho !.ly lllat il wil1 be il not Impos- be deceived by ail this partlzau the pit ot grain'exchangcs byplay. Its insincerlly is trans-1 "s nllnring temptations hardly parent. But this does not make ibe" entire .procedure less hnmilifiling. "Tliat shall it profit a party to gain a few Irish votes and lose, the nants ol its own -self-respect? rem- HON. LANGLEY FAVORS WHE4T CONTROL CONTINUANCE less immoral than the gambling race- course or tlic poker table." 'JULIUS CAESAR NOW RULES IN MARS.1 cate with the spirit of-Julius Caesar; had failed became he was "command-' ing and governing in Mars and there-i fore out of reach." I i BUCHAREST. Mail.) j wave of spiritualistic seances is' sweeping over Rumania and some ot Iho mediums claim to havo received IT extraordinary "messages'' One re- Hon. George ,Mngley Ol Ihe Swkat- ported that, an attennft to commiinl chewan governmerit and Vice-prcsi- ileut of the Kaskaichewan .Co-Opcrn- live Klevator Co., L.td.. Is for market- ing the crop through tits Cana- dian Wheat Dcard. In an article written by him. appearing In the lU-glna Leader, he cornea out flat- footed' against decontrol. After re- viewing the reasons for bringing the board into eilFteuce on July 31, last year, by Dominion order-ln-counell he ileals ils niiirketing of the :rop. jwnlEing tin- ability of Iho board very highly. Iu view of ihf present agitation over shall bs ninUuneil clusiiiB para- will provo il- whether tin- board or abolished, (li graphs of his article luminating "In common with Iho press-rraiifn? J'lllilic 1 have notieed Unit recently a depiilntion representing the fjrnin and tho private elevator interests went Io Ottawa lor the pur- pose of presenting a case lor trading, the chief for fur deputation tlii3 gon' tlcman Is one ot the ablest I hare met since I have been la public nffairs. but he spparpn-ly forgot ami would have the rtudini; public forget that he Is at prear-nt Iho paid servant and advocate of Winnipeg grain exchange. lie re- viewed a Z la 5 P.m. I WHAT W10 STAND FOIl Kvnngollcal .Aflntstc-rj', Itegeiiftrali Membership. Keliglous Liberty Christian 'Equality am! liihlical Au thority.v Services at 11 a.m.: Wor ship. Sunday School ami Illbta Class 'a 12.15. And In Ihe 5tU Ave. Church at p.m. Evening Knn'lcc at 7.SO. SuMcct "Christ, the Only Hope." Communion of Ihe Lord's Kup llio close of Ihe service. 'This do Iu romombrance ol me Herein ye proclaim the Lord's deal! till He come." Every man stood in his nlaco, and Ih. I Lord 113 the vlctoiy. j SALVATION AnMY upper 8 A fin co fiempla MnPheraon, famfjiis l.ifly She la now here for Iho BETHANY HALL 205 1ith Street North Sunday Meetings II a.m.: Holiness Meeting. 2 p.m.; Sunday School, 3 p.m.: Praise p.m.: Salvation Meeting Adj. Hardy nnd jirolt, crest revival. mil Io her I run! llrfrnkiriB cpt llriMn nl. the rurlinx a.m. Sunday Sen-ires: Kink, p.m. Horvir-ia every nicbl for nvcry Nnul stirring UK-fsitR'b and iiiu P.m. nnd :i p.m Moc'.ii Son." ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDfiNTS Dominion eit, strctl g jnnilnys. p.m.; p.m.: nihij, study. Kfhf0 rfiud No ;