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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE IOTHBHIDGE DAILY MONDAY, JUNE 7. 1920 Hlfterta DAILY AND y- Proprltton and Publlahen THE LETH BRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lcthbrldge W. A- BUCHANAN President and Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager Member Audit Bureau' Circulatlous. Subscription Hates: Daily, delivered, per week .15 Daily, delivered, per year......1.50 Dally, by mail, per year .....-----6.05 Weekly, by mail, per year...... 1501 Weekly, by mall, per year lo U.S. 2.00 EASTERN MANUFACTURER AND WESTERN FARMER The visit of the eastern manufac- turer to the West this year has been, something unique in the deuar-' iuro made ot the manufacturers taking In on their route sections of tbe coun- try which on previous occasions have not been covered, To use tbe words of one of the visiting manufacturers while in the city, they "wandered from the straight and narrow path and enjoy- ed the experience immensely." Irre- spective'of tho cnjoyriient derived from the departure from practised routine in the experience ot the manufacturers coming West, there'ls the edification which they no doubt could not help receiving In the manner in which they plus the duty oj tlieso ehoes come within tho luxury price. la the ten per cent, paid It will be seeii that IS cents ure on Ibe inflated value caused by tie Customs' duty of }1 In the way prices are Used through tie protective duty betas mada use ot. tho manufacturer BOts oft scot-free and the consumer, who is also the tarmer, rays not only the Customs' dues but 10 per cect. ejtra on Ibo dues. It is to be hoped that in their ex- periences from their present visit West tbe manufacturers will get tbe I farmers viewpoint as to tbe tariff, and at the same time tbat of the majority ot Westerners. They will Iheu see that the quarrel is an economic one and act a personal or.e as against the manufacturers as a body. Do You Know? TQDAY'S QUESTIONS Whj is a Uenenonte d man called.a; cur. What was the IS.viantine-Eiu- was "C'urrer S. Ot what author Uol1." the pen name? 4. What is a eabcichwi.' What an 'Andrew (i. What was the -Burning SATURDAY'S QUESTIONS What is called the "dismal i. What is the i INJUDICIOUS by the people of tho afo regarded West. If the manufacturers looked to any animosity or antagonism in the West, il is safe to say that Ihey were agree- ably surprisea in not being mado aware ot anything ot the existence In the cordial and, it may well be said, whole-hearled reception giveu them. To say .that there exists any antagon- ism or animosity between the mauu- facturers ot the East and the fanne'rs of the' -West would bo a mistake, in that no such feeling exists. It is true; there are differences of opinion, and {undamelsl in the way the tarif! is but this does not mean there Is any personal animosity between the manufacturers and (arm-; ers. This much we think that the manufacturers will have learnt In the new departure uiadt1 in their visit West, and the- Information should be conducive them to look on tbe farmers' stand with regard to thn tariff with sonal.nngle. a broad and not pcr- In their public utterances, as in Ed- monton, the representatives of the. manufacturers were" careful to nhaslze that they looked on the tariff as something in the national Interest bud aot interests of the manu' facturers primarily. With the same force the farmers of the West could urge that the. tariff reliefs which they ask for are. in the nationm interests. Of tbe.two the farmers may well ad- vance' the claim that in the national interests they are worthy of the greater consideration in that there is a great deal more ot capital invested in the farming industry and a great deal jnore of the labor of the country em: ployed than In the manufacturing in- dustries. Agriculture is the basic and tlie major Industry, and, without being prejudiced against the Individual manufaclurer, il is only natural that: there should rankle in the mind ot the'fatmer a gross sense of discrimina- tion botween-the two industries in the present Jvationai Policy.- The' members of Hie Canadian Association must 'con- ceda that a, concern such ns' the Wassey-Harrls. does not.need tsrotec- tkm and can' get along 'without it. }Jut at Ibo spme time ihcy argue that fto principle of protection should ap- -ply In tbe fact that there 'are other industries, outside :the.fMassey-Harris concern 'wjiich need protection. It Is this aspect of the law of tho Meilcs and Persians in rcsanl !o fchc tariff vbich makos It obnoxious to tbe west- ern farmer. Taxing as a themo the notorious and injudicious utterance ot Brigadier- Peneral McLean, in respect to the wives of private soldiers, Sir John Willlson, In the current number ol tho Cauadian Magazine, draws atten- tion to similar indiscretions through which public men have suu'ered. Sir Iticharo- Cartwright, he v.-jltes, had IBuch trouble over a reference to Sir John Macdonaid and Sir David Macpherson .which was' interpreted as an attack upon all Scottish- electors Speakmg at Aylmer in 1S7S he said: "Sir John Macdoaald and Senator Mac- pherson are both distinguished mem bors of ancient and honorable High- land clans. Doubtless their predatory Instincts are hereditary. You know gentlemen, what Sir Walter Scott said long ago Show mo the Highland Chief who holds That plundering flocks or folds, Is aught but retribution due: Seek 'other, "cause', 'gainst Roderick Of against. Senator- Macphersou o Bir': John Macdonald. I wish to: hi Just, and I belie're'that the pres'en is a very curious instance of the trut! of the saying that instinct is stronge (ban reason. The ancestors of thesi Umes gone "by. stoli many a head of. black cattle, and i they got caught they were some times hanged, for it'. Their descend ants milk the Northern Rail war cow on the sly, and get presented with testimonial." v Cartwright, the article continue: was just as unfortunate, in his cha acterizalion of the Atlantic Province as "the shreds.-and patches', oi Coi So- Liberal statestne lived to regret Ihe confident nroph'ec lhat the .revenue" from the 'm'ounia sections of, the Canadian Pacific Tia way would never provide greas for Ihe' locomotives. British Colu bia was slow to forgive Hon. Edwar Blake's description of that Provim as "a sea of mountains." hf there been more tumultpus politic ladies of .'Fertile I.Q.D.E. did the cater- iug highly rompliiaeiiled bv all vljo were'foOuuate enouSU to the- ijjaav KJlp4 Ihinss before Jhem Ptes ot the board it When and where was orJcr U.MI.I.C !lau 01 f the Knights ot Pythias founded? 4. What is ii. Where does rosewood come 1 C. What is ANSWERS Political Economy. A bone developed in reptiles and IrJs by means of which the lower aw Is 'articulated, or joined. 10 Ihc kull. as distinct fri-ni mammals where t Is directly joined in Ihe Unlled States 3. rounded 1S61. The name given. to the old cc- lesfastical chant In its tcost simple late and without harmonic append. ,ges. 6. from Brazil chiefly, but it Is ound also in Honduras and Jamaica. 0. In painting and sculpture epresentation of tho Virgin embrac- eg the dead Chrisl. (Continued from Xroat Page) Tbe resolutions committee had a ieemingly endless task before it, re- iemblirig. in that particular, the labors, ot a political convention charged with he duty .of building a platform upcn vhich nil members could stand. As he resolutions were adopted and writ- :en Into the records Its represents :he crystalized senlimehts of the con vention as a whole, and in only one or two Instances was thero any serious opposition to any of the measures passe4 upon. .The Japanese Question That declaration endorsing.-.the ac tioa of the Dominion convention in asking that the 142 Japanese men who iad served in. the army "over there' be allowed tho rlfjht of suffrage brought o.ut a very animated and inter estiug discussion. Sot cnelcome T) hich Mr od as teiM master vn. ft f Sherwood Heu-hmer proposed tbe toasts tho guests oJ tho evening, confining his remarks, which were most appropriate, to u short two roiu- utes thus giving to [toe- many responses of the' veterans proved to be no novices at responses. One ot the many geros of wit which were tossed hick ami forth was the humorous response of visiting Secre- tary Cinierou' froni Resiua. The ID'his opening remarks i Columbia as.tho largest, the' most 'beautiful and ihe richest in. natural resources of any ot the fair provinces of the Dominion. To ihfs Me. Cameron slieM excep- tion, sayii-g that B.f. was Ihc largesl, ar.d in rnaivy-respecis the most beau- tiful yet he doubted ihe assertion tbat he .uiost natural resources le ailailitod ihji ihe millions ct flat acres which lay in Saskatchewan were be. minimum as to scouic.effects; ,ha vaa willing to.concede.that while B.C. cot many, agricultural acres, most ot her acres couiS be seen from both sides-- A.- 1. Fisher. In proposing he toast to the province took occasion, ti expresi a little wonder at Mr. Cam- eron having developed tbe power. 01 seeing double: after having been In .Fernie but considering his escape from 'a province where they have real prohibition. Mr.. Ian Mackenzie, ol Vancouver made eifort of the even ing "in-.hie' touching appeal for the widows, orphans and other dependents ot those who. had made the supreme sacrifice for their country. The (liley quintette sang sevi songs and solos in such a manner as to earn recalls'arter each rendition. Today's sessions will be taken..lip with the report of tbo committee on ways and unfinished Ira perial inalter and Ilie final report o resolutions- committee. Though these sre all a nature as to require time f.or. consideration it I expected that-'the convention cai finish-its labors: this evening. PICKED UP IN (Continued from Front Paj ally has saved Jlr. Heninger hundred of lambs The ainbulanc Is mounted on a.Ford truck. In' it nr built ten on a side. A U. S. coal supply Is estimated at tods, sufficient tor 000 yenrs at last year's.raVo ot con. utnpUou.; To relieve labor shortage 'olumhus. O., Business and proftis- lonal men have volunteered lo Eiv.'! ne day eacb. week to farmers near hat city. Maurice 'Kaycr, 12. and his 9-year- Id sister lived for two days in Tork on two cents.. They bad breu Ales McDonald a, prominent Guelph Township farmer, died after sn operation tor appendicitis. Ksploslcn of a sleaiu pipe beneatji ttie'pavement" in Fjfth Avenue, New, York, drenched buiidredr passing; jicUoslrians and aulouiOblllsts. Charles-Ward, a negro convict, forvitig a-lifo sentence, who'escaped with two. other pieii freni tfie Mas- sachusetts slate prison May turned voluntarily and gave himself JT'.' A few square. teel of floor spaco occupied by stand (or soft drinks at the Park How terminal ot the Brooklyn was auctioned, and will rental'for" 21 mouths Interstate Commerce Commission ate for school and dodged trouble: has beiun .investigation ot rumors Dy running away. that. there U organized.: .campaign among certain U, S. railroad work- A Froslburg, Md., woman removed crs :o discredit private operation ot ild papers from a cupboard fhs was After the bonfire she re- tnembered she had hidden in cash among the papers. railroads. -i A Hannibal, young wocian was called to the "telephone to hear u of marriage from a man iu Oakland. Cat., 2.200 miles. Slit- said is ou her way he .pasture ,to graze on the H'H8 rT'' satisfied a verdict of oo -to be. accommodated hv Sli500 iu breach f aut, ambulance s, .htnnln? broker do vehicles Into service. b "ancl5CO BWppins.broUr dc decided he' not itied to THE PIANO FOR YOU B ECAV'SB'it lasts; a'.life- time firid ogives perfect satisfaction, 'always is u Point Gray, together" with a" few sup-i soon as. the .ewK drops her'lamb sh porters, put up.a strong fight are picked auu snugly 'iii. the ambulance "a.nd away they go 'for' the sheltering fold. They are placed in pens, where'the ew'c is fed oats' and hay. the limbs are cold'they are warmed'with blanket. Lho of championed .the" action of the resolutjosn committee of which he was chairman. Both these gentlemeu displayed dfr haling ability of a very high Duality, hut the consensus of opinion'as evin- ced, by, the large majoritjs in favor of the passage of the resolution made it clear that the British Columbia Com- ruand wilhths Dominion Command..-..; i Visitors --.Shown. District' Board of Trade did not quit ils efforts to make the Veterans pleasant while'in Ferhie. but arranged an drive for tho whole convention over one. of the roost beautiful. If not the grandest 'dr be. .found in the province. At. eight o'clock ib Ihe "auto- mobiles were at visitors and the drive :from Fernie to lambing Didn't! Lose a Lamb lo the May storm Mr. Heninger dhl! not.lose a single lamb. He had 1600! but every one was under shel--: tor. This'achievement alone speaks Volumes for. Mr. Henlngcr's thorough: and, far-sighted way of operating his business. His ranches are all modernized. His and residences are all strictly modem. He is now building a sum- mer cottage for his family on King's Lake, and on that beautiful stretch of water he has a, gasoline lafinch and boats. Is supplied to his ranch from 'a'storage cistern. 'He also goes in for garden stuff, hogs, poultry and i bay farming on a large scale. 'He1 will have acres to crop this -season.' Has Irrigation System'-- 1 His Irrigation system la a splen-1 did thing.in itself. In two years Mr. ilcninger will have acres of hay land under, water. This will course, i safeguard him against drouth. are my said Mr. Heainger recently, as' h Is: keen but pleasant eyes scanned the: far horizon, dotted with Jus' nunierous flocks. .-And FO .they, are proi'ing to foe. John- T. Henuiger, like hundreds oThersi has faced., and overcome many try-1 ing obstacles in'this country, .But the day of the trail-blazing, the period of. Is .tqhn T. vision of a big When the' sun begins 'io ranch operated iu a. business-like way. shine the ewo and her tiny offspring.iahd 'netting a fair return .for the now doing their tender I nioney and energy put into itjs now care in the turned out-In'-being'fulfilled.' Mason Risch lliere's. a slie and slylo for everj' purpose. Sold on easy terms at "Factory to Home" prlcfts. for style Catalogue.! Tin telmml HMM GOOD SHOES MIDI fill EKIflHtmilCE! Don't lot a misconception of "economy1' lead you'inlo getting shocsJ 1 Repalrs'will make lltem cost as much as goorj shoes irt a short' You ivoul.d ptlso lose Uie satisfaction that only g6'oi shoes'caii "v" the cost per yearinot per pair. Men's-Oxfords in black, or lealhere nro gocHl. M Prices range .from to pair. ASK-TO-BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES X NELSON CO. ._, SHERLOCK BUILDING; meeting in .'Toronto than that atlpiko, over a road plays peek- Massey Hall when rion. S. H. Blake described of the. Pro- testant Protective Association ns "bas- tard Protestfints." During the fierce attack' on "Ross1 Bible" n school trustee accommodated tho Liberal parly ivith a pious 'statement that. he. would have "the Bible.or nothing." 'Hob.' Thomas White was never allowed to forget the admission ot The Gazette, ot Mon- treal, whlcbyvras under his editorial that It was sometimes neces- sary to bovr to "political exigencies." For years th'e Liberal press and parly exploited Tho Toronto Mall's warning that if prelection was inimical lo Bril- ish connection "so much, the worse a-bpo with the ot the .twenty milRa -wasj i.tegun. The mingling of these-wap veterans'-of the greatest -war of the ages with the people ot Pernie will'long be .remem- bered by the hosts ot those boys with mingled feelings of pleasure and' of pride that their visitors had honored them with tlreir At Elkb. the vdteraha alter haying beeh; driven down to the canyon, entrained -for carrying with them pleasant memories of their two days' 'stay' in the Queen City ot Ihe Crovr, nestled to the heart of the grand old Heckles. Some c-E the resolutions adopted are herewith reported in fuil: On Pensions Resolved (hat this provincial con- vention of the 0. W. Vi-A. strongly endorse Ibe stand the Domin- for Hritish Sir Charles Tupper's alleged fidcutial confession tbat he had tbe breed" was If there is any further lo harden the heart of tho western farmer In the way he looks on tariffs as discriminating ngalnst him, it Is found in thn present Budget where with Ihe cicortion of 'removing tho war duties nothing has been done In bringing relief lo tho agricultural In- dustry. Hut more than this; In the tho present tariff works, tho new taxes, In the shape of excise duties, make the farmers, in common with consumers in not only the "luiury" taxes as they are called but, fo to speak, a super-tax in aildilion on what they have been accustomed to pay', indirectly in Customs' d There ira articles of necessity the price of which la tuldcd lo by ihe pro tccllon the tariff slvcj. thus making thein articles ot luxury, bringing them Iu Ilic category ol'whiil nro known i service la many political contests, al-. though conclusive evidence that ha iad made the statement, states Sir John Willison, never was produced. The threat to "haul down the flag" as protest against federation ot the llril- ish North American Provinces was an enduring handicap In Parliainent tor lion. A. G. Jones ol Hfilifax. The Liberal, press devoted columns of black (yne to Tiie '.Mali's description of the delegrttci lo a provincial Liberal Convention nt Toronto ta 18S3 as a "Eonu-what Oullwivtf.'l mob of semi- civilised partisans, necdinr, some old dollies, a tew spelling books, ii ration of cut plug and Ihe promise of a liatb." One things of tlio phicard ion1 convention pen- i slons for widows, .widowed mothers, con' dependents and That our first consideration, will al- ways be proper regard for Ihe widows. orphans and disabled.comrades. That we demand an tmrrtedinte find- ing by the pension committee accord- ing to the resolutions passed at Man- trcal in order great .amount of istlng anil tint to alleviate Ihc distress .jiow cs- we call upon luxury Our will be made r'nin price- -of' a pair of meaning here by taking the shoes eay all. .C.. members In Ihe Do- minion lions? lo use every endeavor to expedite nev; legislation granting pensions .that in every cano he fair, .equitable and That 'tho nerccntagd'oCdlfabilily awanlcrl a pnnsioner by Q nicilk-al board. satisfnclory to the should not be subjecled to review or revision at Ottawa; this resolution ndl to interfile with the apiica'nt's right of appeal' if diseatiEfied with Ihe award. 3. Thai tin amount of ihe larRC nmniior of linpiTia! iitiualoncrR Io ihp Iiilorior of linnlships arc carnod tnUcrl StaU-a in Ihc administration ol many years ago, "Sknlcs anil Is the great eheiDlc of the party." According to a rcpoit Issued cently by Iho U. 0. Traffic and CrcJit Aasodallort, ('niiarliaii rcTmers have bought, lor Hi4 first siz monlhs of 1320, 20 per conl. inorr, sugar MJJIH Ihorofore bn II.resolved thAt an ftddiMonal .representative for interior be appolntnti [b deal willi'lm lierinl pensions. The Civil Service nuinhr.f.- four, after tin reso5vfs: Thai unite'In oikr that the govern menls anO counrih continue to abid by Ihis''principle, and thai 'laihirfc tc do KO he ineL hy action rccumul.-.ting a surplus! tnot of'un over current needs. -Aa llic discrimination bo Iramertlalc' for the netl Tour nionllM (-nil-1 l.Vkou up by tihi new vxr-c-iiiivo lhan tho current requlreraetils, and the t1c-rnand in July nnd Scptemhor tfir beyond firothictimi, Ihcn, tilt- before Iliom 11 Id keep tile sugar in by Ing a I'uy f.o.b. Chicago; with incidental cliargo consumes. Carupjign" IKi- nnd c-xii6ullvf: be givon the'assiiranc t i hi- support of the O. A: i to tnablfj thcTn to