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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRJpGE, DAILY HERALD MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1920 Weakness and Indifference Lslwikh. important for social xi i. vi n improvement cannot be accepted as .Very ,obetitnte for. or equivalent to tbe Ble With Problem in Practical distinctive exercises and tasks ol the r.._ religious life without loss both to re- Manner If Solution Reached. Can rellgic "''llflon and leiiemptive EDMONTON, Jxma. o Imriili engrossing. The pleas- of duty is being supplanted by tha will for Canada as tho American Fed- eration of Labor." he added, "the'organ- ized labor moTeine'nt of Canada is In- dependent of United States as the Uolted States is from Canada. 'The autonomy of the workers and citlien3 of Canada is Just as safe pected to dea! with various topics In controversy before the convention, In- cluding the league ot nations and the j methods of selecting delegates from the south. The scramble lor convention tickets beean today with their distribution, through members of the national com- mittee and tbe local arrangement com- j mlttee. j Woman Contestant Withdraws Lucy- Pago Q'asion, the only woman entrant In.tne presidential race, said! today that her name would not be pro-1 sented to the convention- She said' she had withdrawn in favor of any- j body "who-will endorse the moral reform lor wh'ich 1 stand." Miss Gaslon 'entered the South Da- kota primaries on a platform which Included an un- adulterated food, and "ctean morals." duty of pleasure. Tbe quiet, whole- j from our hanas as ours is from theirs. :rtation of the home, .the de-j "Industrially and economically, we HghU and gains M good literature and informing social enterprise are brushed aside for the excitement tor abto-riaing, the1 enticing sensation of the dance and the ihrill fntlllly of the sensational 'movie.'" There has teen an unparalleled mul- Hplicatlon of societies that bave lor tb'elr alma various forms of service are together. It could not be different .Our interests and our pro- duction ot 'our .Hie and "welfare are bound in oc'e movement "Industrially bur poople have decid- ed that our Interests are one and propose to act as one." Where the Morwy Goes f The labor president denied reports that "the federation was an tlohl designed to "neece tbe workers of CanariVout of their money and spending It outside the He reid a report shoirlng that the fed- eration had; spent more In 1 Canada thin it had received from Can- adian organizations. In explaining ;hat a misunderstanding had gone oat as to the use of the term "inter- national" In connection with the fed- eration, Mr Gompera asserted that It should not be confused with the "in- of some parts of Bur- ope. "I don t know any body .ol he E aid. "that is so out of harmony .itb. that so-called Internationale than the American Federation ol Labor. 'There Is, however, an International feeling on ths part of labor that the time has come whnn tyranny and in- justice shall come to an end wherever II LAUGHLIN-BELL RANCH CHANGED HA-NDS YEAR AGO PIN'CHBH June error it vras stated in a Herald report the other day that E. C. Peck.still owned the LsuBhlln-Eell ranch. Mr. Peck disposed-ol this'fine property a year .BEO to Glendennlns and Thorny son, of Hlgft nivjr.'; CATTLE are prepared to dip any number'of catOo on June 24tb, Ihe official, date. ?or Two Arrangements can'be maae for dipping PAUL MADGE SON SEC. 9-3-15 MILK RIVER Pineapple Manialade Celebrated Bramble Ginger Marmalade ARE GREAT APPETIZERS SILVER PANS Ask Your Them Morning Never Come i illustration pic- j ture your experience? What is more distressing than being unable to sleep? Sleeplessness is one of tho firat and moat certain symp- toms of exhausted nerves., This is trfs warning need the assistance of Dr. Chase's Ncrra Food to-restore vigor to nerve cells and thereby avoid the inent of sarioua nervous trouble. By ImproTing the quality of tho blood and building up the nervoug food curs brings new tntrgr iitrength to tho body. M iftLli bol, fyr p.JB, (II dtilec.i. or LETHBRIDGE MAN NAMED BY TYPO CONFERENCE MBDiCINB HAT, June R. M. Calgnry. was elected presiflent jot tbe western Canada conference 'of typographical onions, at the closing session ot Hie convention here today. George Thompson, ot lyOthbridge. was elected vice-prosidenl. "K. Bellamy re-elecleii jecretary. Pan'Knott ol Edmonton, was elect- ed permanent chairman on appren- tices. lismand that the western be protected 111 tbe mailer ol news- print supply was made in a resolu- tion which will be forwarded to fed- eral fcofernment officials. GRAIN STOCKS PORT WILLIAM. Ont., June The iiollowiug statement of Flocfcs In store In public terminal elevators at' Po I William ami Port Arthur on Jnna [with and shipments during! !ihfi wcftfc, was bsued by the bnard of grain romtnlssloTiprs for Canada, Kal-' nrday: 1 Stocks In More: Wheat rats Liine FruilJuicc is absolutely Non-alcoholic is, ahd-al'ways has been, absolutely free of alcohol. It is the puirejuice of cultivated limes grown on the Island of Mbntserraf in'the British West Indies, with the fu'i flavor and natural fragrance of the fresh fruit. It is the ideal beverage Jor young and delicious, refreshing, satisfying. Keep a bottle always in the house.; Enjoy it when- ever you are hot and thirsty. Remember, it is non-alcoholic, wholesome and healthful. Sold Everywhere. National Drug Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited V- For Boys, Big and Wheat oats 8M.137; flaJ 15.823; rye Shipments. i Wheat oats rye j bblpmenls, Wheat 63.704; oats b.irlcy Mercliandlso worth JSOO.OdO ha-, heen stolen Iroin river .pirn at New York through presentation 01 unauthorized bills ol lading. Dr Chase's i Nerve Food 'Sjj H, of iMtju N.H., was ilrowLed li u'jin lily motor Ijoai wlill? )i el piny (lift Tlic yoniheni Ontario in orrtcr roner-ive sii iitilrfrftfl Un? riialninor.4 HI ihsii fiffor .Tilly i lh'-y will only shoes for baseball, lacrosse and other sports. The most sensible shoes for ordinary wear. The most economical shoes for every-day wear. Put the ijoys in Fleet Foot too. Meet Tool Osforda and I'umpa Slickest to the men that they will It much more if they wc.u Fleet Foot to business at well as for and recreation. ritcl foot Sltoei'efit Dominion Rubber Syilem Pmducti flu Httl Shna Storti "Are You Going The Lethbridgfe Aircraft Co., Ltd. Capital 100 Equal Shares Each HARRIS, MGR. HARRIS-NOBLE LAND CO.. D. MACKINTOSH, SUPT. c. p. R. A. G. BA'ALIM, BAALIM MOTOR CO. J. W. WADBELL, SECRETARY-TREASURER. T. H. McCREADY, PROP. RED CROSS DRUGSTORE. GEOFFREY 3ANINGTON, LIMERICK, IRELAND. MANAGER- CHIEF LIEUT, H. H. FITZSIMMONS, CAPT, J. E. PALMER. WE KEPT OUR PROMISE When we told you in April that .we would have a plane in bperation at Lethbridge the latter end o( May. You are seeing practical demonstrations over city daily. 30 people taken up in three days, Each nbw an enthusiastic booster for flying be- cause of this safe, quick and healthy form of transportation. Now Listen To This Our Next Promise SJThis year we propose to develop the southern field by educating the people in the practical value of commercial flying in all its branches, photography, advertising, passenger carrying and exhibition, work; etc. tJWe propose to put on large machnes having a 'carrying capacity of twelve arid fifteen passenger capacity (these B'aires are .in operation daily in the tilled States and Europe CJWe intend having a flying school whereby pupils will be taught to fly, and will also b'e agents for machines of various types and parts. Rying tuition will be-supervised only by skilled and certificated pilots. still r our opportunity is here. if A limited number of shares available. Foi lUither information npply to J. W. WADDF.LL, Secretary-Treasurer, 1235 5lh Avenue S., or H. H. Manager, 512 14th Street S. ki-j- ;