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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE 1920 THE; XETflBmiXtti DAILY HEHAI.n PAGE NINE, MaMfactarers Say They Are Averse to Entering Field of Political Action June Caua- give expireMlon to their views, at dian Canadian, Manufac- turers' convention Jsday to report of fhe legislative committee" eny clause suggesting that manufac- turers.were not represented In sutdc- lerit strength in parliament or legisla- ture. The, clause was eliminated with- out conlrqYe'ray. ever to do with'group legislation, even of the times seem lp isiply that that would wise argued that cass or. group legUlalion did not make for for-the best de- voJopnienXot .thbv country. jJwlttS'tO1 delajj In opening the ses- sion this, morning, ilhe report ot the tariff commission' and paper..'or by "Prof. L. "W1 GUI, director of" technical education departments of Ottawa, were imBtuoned "until jh'is afternoon. "and polff its ,-puring the legis lailve committee report, S. R. Parsons said thai greatly as was such Hii'.actloh .Jo hordeplored to have group legislation. H the labor ers and' fanners "turned thenlselve into as manufactur erS tpvget into "the game But auch a.thing did not make for th ordei'liv'develqpmeut ot'their countr or; lor'ihfc all desireil. Tlierefprc though'tljey felt they .mevtime must deplore .class aie of attain which would .ie riibst uly representative of the people gen- rafiy. and they would then have a real democracy in that respect. Foliowing-further discussion a mo- on mojed'by j2olonel and'-seconded by i.leed. yedericton, Ni the paragraph the legislation committee report jaded, "representation .In the legbs- ture" should lio stricken out, was irreid and tha report adopted. First Aid in Injurlet Vole Jag this opinfcu um'the slight t injury which drew blood should be peedlly attended'to. so that Infecttoi light be prevented, R. L. Mclntyre paid tribute-to -tbo uierlt o he committee's report.1! He deal more particularly', with the Workmen's >6inpeBsaUbh, Act; and .urged., tha possible an iriduEtry sbouU nursejWeli I'eQJlpped to: ad minister first Aid ill '.''case of 'Injury .nd Jhon loilaw; up the cases so lha niured men inight bo thoroughly wel -V -Because of the importance of tb work of legislation commute Thomas Hode'n; Toronto, advocate piaciiig tbofeon only' the very best o Canadian mauufai urera were hot out to oppose reason- e'. but they would op- lose- such as wasi be- It; imposed: a burden in- dustry and at retarded tbe! development :ot. the provinces. J. B. Walsh, general manager of the asociatiott then read .the report of the transportation .committee. s to when tho -Job might be fla- tbed.. There was a lot ol talk about the ohnson mass meeting and the declar- tioa by Senator Borah, that he would rsnsfer the senate treaty fight to the .oor. Sympathizers Busy CHICAGO. June Eam'mon falera, self-styled "president of the rlsh republic" and Prank P. Walsh, finished the tentative plan if the Irish plank'they will ask the committee of resolutions, to insert in ho Republican platform. It was recog- nized by the Irish sympathizers that .anything approximating an attempt 'to 'ofce favorable actions resolu- tions committee would be had tactics and it was decided, to abandon, alone with picket ting." tho plan" to canvass 1 of the delegates in the convention In the. event of the committee'. 01 e convention refusing .'to go "the [ull It was considered'by lead ers, Including De Yalera; that a pla'ak with the asplra lions of the Irish people' and express ing a'hope that those will be gratt- fie'i by the English'people, will In better than no recognition at all. For such a plank there ly'X Bopub- llcan precedent, the convention o 1890 having .declared Its syrapath) hom.e. rujo-movement, i People Fall Down, Claiming t Have Been Seized By. Super- natural Power. (Continued .Jrom Front Page.) Cuticura Soap Are Healthy turned oui'and" Trent with his prepared address, read- ing from.'" manuscript. CHICAGO, June beroro the dborB were opened at the big col- iseum today thousands of persons .were waiting and hop'lnc to'get in for a look at tho big Republican national convention.- Only 3 fraction ot those who applied (or seats could be admit- ted, despite the coliseum's capacity 6( mSre than Today's proceedings in the hall had little to do yritU the uctual husiness, they-were j hierely routine, but indispensable pre- limlnaries to the sessions'wblcb. td'-foliow.-r preliminaries i Include the keynote5 speech by Senator o E Mas 3 achu s ett s, tem porary chair- man, and that, in really the big busl ACIDITY u at of. mott digestive Ki-MOIDS 'for indigestion afford ing and prpmpl relierfrom the disfreis.of.acid-dyspepsia. "HADE BY'SCOTT BOWNE MAKERS iff, SCOTTSEMljtsi ON (Contributed.) high if night at'.the old-fashioned rertrM number who were praying callin on Cod were seized by a supernatu power and were seen to fall down u der its Influence. It is since .Sunday ;atternoon, eight .dlffe ent Individuals, while "under th Powt-r" have come through, speaWn in Acts The Spiritual-mani- festations are appearing like, unto those recorded in the early annals ot the church. A number are'riow testi- fying that after this experience they are possessed by a joy, love- and which they never had before, About -a thousand-- people --.were. present to hear Mrs. McPherson con elude her. life .story only naif finished from the Sunday night service. During the course of her message she eloquently'pictured how during the course' of events sbe failed God, after her to the She thus became a "Jonah." During th'is Interval sho .was like Samson .with his locks shorn. .She had no power in prayer and no souls. .Sickness.and trouble came on, and .were .not lifted until she promised God that she would obey and "go preach." "When her as- neas of the first Whether the i sent was finally much to the temporary orgonizatloir.with Senator mportance of Lelhbndge as lr cation Centre Shown By Holding Convention Hert. bethbridgo; will welcome, for the bird tine ID Ka history, the delegates o the winwl meeting of tha Western ?anadi on uly 23. third annual contention f tho Mtoctetloc was held here (n "seventh In 1J13, and nth wiU heU in July of his year. Lelhlrldge, as aa irrigation centre U being recognized as one of 4he roost. UBporUnt Ufa bj Uiu Jacl that he convention has come to it again this year. This, year, according to the schedule tio association, the con- 'entlon ahould be held in British Co- umbia, owing, to the remarkable and Important development work pro- ceeding in tbs Ixsthbrldge district the members o! the association consider- ed that better work could be done here than in any other centre of the west. Many questions of Importance to larraers, both those operating Inigat- ed. farms and.1iiopo on dry faring, will come'.up for discussion. Many speak- authorlliea on fanning subjects invited to address the dele- gates at According to en announcement: in The Irrigation Review, official organ of tho associa- tion, 'P. H.. deputy minister of agriculture for Saskatchewan, Profes BOr Joha JBracKen, ot the University of Saskatchewan, C. S.'Noble, of Noble- ford'and F. A. Wyatt, of the tlniverfilty, oti.Aiberta, have been in- vited-to deliver-papers and lead in dhcuaslooB. V The Soil. Drafting Problem Perhape the nioiik'important question that faces weMerny farmers today In all the speak- ers notedr above'i-'are' authorities on this quefltlon result of the deliberations of Jhe K-ssociatloh a prattlcal' meaiw of com evil will bo found. It Is recbgnlwd Uiat irrigation rmers itsid' butler chance'ot stop- ng soil "drifting' than the dry farm s. They -are' able to have baiter iBtrol over their crops by the means a plentiful-Supply of water at thi ght Urns'of 'year and their facHRie or rotation.of are better. "In regard 'to soil drifting Tte 1m lOon Review prints: "Soil driftin, rid nieans" of dealing with it will h subject of one of the discussion (the fourteenth'! annual convention the Western Canada Irrigation 'As- ociatloii at' iJethbridge July M id "30. It is-feltHhat this. Is one e most with whlc e farmers in Jhe prairie- ave to deal it is hoped tha an. may lead t te.aaoption of, effective measures t ope wHh the siliiatlon." In.: regard to convention the is._ebeing Ijodge as chairman is to''de the permanent one is stlil undetermined loday.- Wh'ile. eye being made, no change .in the rie-up1 was discernible and the ,var- ius managers frankly admitted they aw ho tangible evidences of" which ay the wind'would; Wow, They were ill looking forward to the first bal- Dls, which will coma during the le of the week, to develop, to point is .course's of action. The candidates wprc up and about arly. Campaign managers were on le job, taking and hoping to lid out it there had been any over- Ight 'changes in tho lineup. Every- ody was still up in the air as to who be nominated-.and from all ides :there was a volley of inquiries Is So Bad" P AINS in the small of the back; lumbago, rheuma- tism, pains in the limbs all tell of Poisons are being left In which cause pains and'achei, Tho kdjncys, Ihrcr and bowels must be aro'uaed .to action by such treatment 33 Dr.' Ghaee's Kldney- Myer Plllj. There Is no time for delay vwhen the kidiieyg gbiwrong, for such de- velopments as hat-denlng of the ar- teries and Drlght's disease are the natural result. One pill -a. ilosc, K cents toi, doilcrg, ot Kdmsnsoti, CO., l.lil, Toronto. Dn Chasers Kidneu Liven Pitts last-minute .arrangements consternation of the nurses and friends about life abund- antstrengtVwas her .spirit- ual vision was renewed, and from that day to this she has been on the firing line for God and souls. "I'd be willing to go on my hands and knees, from the Atlantic to the just to point one sinner to Jesus." "Can a Canadian farm-girl preach the Gospel? Yes, calls her and endues her with His blessed Holy Spirit, for this holiest and sublimist of all .call miserable crea ture imaginable is the backslider who gets a true vision nf eternal things am then goes back on She la now'tho editor of a popnlai religious magazine, author of man> hooks and tracts, conducts'perhaps th largest evangelistic campaigns in the country, does not solkit funds, and. in con1 Thev [t Takes the Clowns To Make the Circus NO EXPERIENCE The idea, that bread making is a. and difficult operation is a mistake, as bread may now be included in the list of quickly prepared for with ROYAL YE AST CAKES light, sweet bread can be baked and ready for use within four hours from the time the sponge is set. Full detailed instructions are contained in Royal Yeast Bake Book which will be sent free upon request EX W.Gillett Company Limited. Toronto. Canada omfdrt and entertainment of the ates and visilors. Irrigation has onsiderable progress in'the district nee tho last 'convention held hi that Ky iii 1913 and the number of well evoloped (arms has considerably in- reased. ArraneemenU are being made or an automobile tour through the IstHct, rind visitirig delegates will are an opportunity of noting what as-been ac'cbtnpHshed here.with the elp of irrigation. 7 'A program interesting, and val; able being srranged tor if whichrfurther.particulars will ba mblished PORT OF MISSING MEN 'f C. W. SaToge, 2615 Forty-Third Bt., S. Portland, is, anxious to tmce a brother whom he has been unable to iocelo for tho past sli years ant! wlto at that time was in Lothbrldgc: He gives his description as'follows: Name, James Savage: ago 35 years; alionality, Canadian, born in Guelph. MANUFACTURERS HEAR LEGISLATION REPORT C., June adian third buarn session of the convention of the Can- adian Manufacturers' Association was opened this morning by'the reading of :he report o' the legislation committee by H. JlacDonald.' CANADIAN APPOINTEE Obed Smith superintendent of immigration In Lon- don, England, has been appointed to represent-the Dominion government on a commission" of tho interuatioha' labor body" (League'of Nations) to study question relating to emigration and Immigration.' The commission meets in Geneva early in" c.. DRAWS STIFF FINE 1 At the city police court, on .Tuesday, Blanche was fined and costs for driving a motor car at a speed danger- out to with ther line .of J2. and coats for.v passing a standing street car.'. sifongnodal" board.'.of' con- rol1 't6 iriake arraifgenients for the general conquers the .devil in man- ner aligner own. Her. message tonight will be on the Second Coming of Christ." She be- ieyes thia to be.her leading message o be preached here. Considerable in- e.r.est-has been manifested ot late hroughout the world [concerning tha Coming of Jesus and the end of the .Those who .desire choice .seats are Purged to be''at .the rink early, as a large audience is again expected. ODO'S BUEWBBQN ETROIT MAN NAMED BOSTON, June W. Dorloy etirliig president of the Firs't Church Christ, Scientist mother church of the Christian Science faith, In-his ad- dress at the annual meeting of th'o church yesterday, declared that, tha meeting "sees the tlouds wnjch havo threatened the Christian Science cause during the past away." P.'Emery, of Detroit, was selected president, to succeed Mr. Dorley. The term is for one year. I4 -Von uro not fnu VQIJ' use ur. Chose'5 meat Jor Eczpma an4 Skill Irrita-. tloris. .It onco anil gradu-, ally heili the skin. Simple tor Dr. Chase's Ointment tree II you mention UJl and send for postage. a. r ii: allilralcn or EJmanson, fi '.Toronto. -f E Calgary Exhibition June 26 to Jqly 3, 1920 FOR THE BEST EXHIBITS AND ATTRACTIONS LIVE STOCK PRIZES-INCREASED BY OVER LAST YEAR. Send for Prize List. Entries Close June 14th. Special Passenger Rates from all points in AlborLa, ewan "and IBriUsh, Columbia. east of Golden on Jlain Line' and Nelson on CroVs Nest j. i Special Features AUTO POLO Cllmai .ot Dangerous. Sports. 48th HIGHLANDERS CANADA'S-CRACK MlVlTAftY 'BAND ANP OTHER OUTSTANDING ACTS J. DEWEY, President. E. L. RICHARDSON, It's sacl to think how much good money is spent on poor tea, despite the fact that Blue Ribbon is on sale in every store. 66 Ml the tents, and red wag- ons that could be gotten togclliur, would not make a real circus K tho clowns 'were not there to mako the institution complete. A1. O. Darnes, whosa four ring wlid nnlmnl exlilbtllon comes to on June realizes tbc value of clowns, and has lots of them; 45 fun- makers, that provide the shock sb' sorhors, eald sliocks boing caused tho thrillers In tlin rings and tiio. arenas. There are air ship clowns and ani- mal clowns; Treat clowns nnd natural clowns; they lake n -wallop at tho topics of ttio day, besides lha regular clown stunts they havo While tho lions rldd wild horses, tlio clowifti ride wilder plga, and so they Jolly along, as free front care as an egg is from whiskers. At only four points In the perform- ance are the clowns held In abeyance; whjle Capt, Rlcardo, Mabel Starke, Martha Klorine and Or'flce Marvel take their; chances with death. Tho Barnes circun has no slow mov- ing ring horses or trapcno Is a real animal exhibition, and also here and thero a IraA of feminine hcanty and daring. The clowns havo (wo special ears of their own In the-show trains, and they are fitted with all tho coroforU of SELLING OUT! THE ENTIRE STOCK (tf NEW AND SECONDHAND GOODS CONSISTINQOF FURNITURE, STOVES, BED SPRINGS, MATTRESSES, SEWING MACHINES, GRAMAPHONES, RECORDS AND CROCKERY TRUNKS, SUIT CASES, CLOTHING, JEWELRY, GUNS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, CAMERAS, SEPARATORS, TOOLS ION. OF ALL DESCRIPTION Your chance, to buy goods at pre-war prices as the stock must be sold within one week. MOSCOVICH'S NEW SECOND- HAND STORE AVENUE SOUTH OPENING AIIPTION SALE i AT THE STOCK pPOSITORY v 308 SECOND AVENUE SOOTH HELD ON SeWay, (Next) June 12th .-i- AT ONE O'CLOCK P.M. t The following livestock will be sold to the higlicsl bidder: l-bayigelding, 10 years old, weight 1500 Ibs.; 1 bay mare, 18 years -old, with foal, 1450 Ib3.. 1 roan mare, S years old, with at eide.'weight 1500 1 bay mare, II! years olil, foal at side, weight 1 bay'r gelding, ;'g years' old, weight 1200 black innrc'-'T years old, .weight 1150 ibS.; 1'hrown mare, 4 years weight 1150 2 years old; 1 brown yearling loam well' matched bfack geldings, 5 and 6 years old, weight 2800 Ibs.; I dark.leam, 4 and 9 years old, sound nnd good .to 1 bay, team, 5 and G years old, weight 2800 sound and gooc! to work'; 1 grey gelding. 4 years old, 1200 Ibs., sound- ami good to work; 1 saddlo mare, 9 years old. 120J Ibs.. 1 2 year old colt; 1 gray miuo (grad brooil mare) 1 black inaro, well broke; 1 dark brown rnarc, 7 years old; 1 3-ycar-oid and 1 2-year- old, unbroken; 'i yearlings. Also 25 Head of good general purpose work horses From 5 to 8 years old, .in good condition and' well broke. Also. 2O Head of good milk cows Some with calves at sldo. One-Mollne Wagon, .Good as New; One Good Set t Harness. J .STOCK BUYERS MAKE A. POINT TO ATTEND THIS IMPORT- ANT SALE. 'FRANK WAODINGTGN A. MARSH) _ Auctioneer. Clerk, ;