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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TUB. UAILY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 0, 1020 She DAILY AND WEEKLY' Proprietors and Publisher THE I ETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Uthbridjt W. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing Director John Torraucu Business Member Audit Bureau of Ciiculittoui Subscription Daily, delivered, per week ......5 .15 Daily, delivered, year 7.50 Daily, by mail, per year 5.00 Weekly, by mail, per year...... 1-5" y, by mail, par year lo 2.06 lend Itself to this exploitation in the way it has been used in protective countries as compared' to what sre known as tree trade countries, .The term free trade is vaguely used, for there no country, not even free trade Britain, in vhlch there are not certain duties levied (or revenue pur- poses, and in which, consequently, therti is absolute free trade in ice sense of the meaniag ins exactly conveys. AVhcn 31r. Howard urges greater j production he gives sound and sen- 1 fibie advice. It would not be out of place here to urge oa the manufuc- lurers themselves the necessity c! J their encouraging this very productioi) by their Investing their capital In the I encouragement of the growth of raw material in" this country essential to their industries which at the present time 'they are content, In wbut may ie said to bo. un going pollcyr la import from abroad. THE ANNUAL REPORT OF .THE PRESIDENT C.M.A. The annual report of President Howard of the Canadian Manufac- iurera' Association, delivered In Van- couver, is one of particular interest at the present time. To the West it lias tomelhing of personal interest oving to thn visit paid by the representa- tives .of the Association just recently. Thfl report covers a wide field and is more general than particular in the iVeathient of ilie vffrious problems which confront the Dominion' at the present 'time, non-committal In many points it Is in the way it ap- proaches problems and policies .such KB transportation and public owner- Do You i. TODAY'S QUESTIONS What is ground rent 2. VThat is a fireball as seen in the kyt S. Whit was the cause of. tie war 4. Wlat v.as ihe Indemnity paid by "l-Yance to Germany on the conclu- sion cf this 5. ,What were Kleet Marriages? 6. Who are the fellaheen? MONDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Where is the island of Guade- loupe? 2. What is bszclir.e and what is ii used for? 3. What Is an 4. Whsre and when was Samuel Guuipers boru. and when did he bo- come President of the American Fed- eration of Labor? o. What was the last appearance, of HaUey's comet, snd how often does it appear? What Is a Hydroaeroplane? ajii'V.ciU'i flpSiadatUm the manufacturers, seeking to make it the people' of Canada'! while to do so, both as regards prico quality as compared to timllar goods produced abroad. It is the business ol the.manufacturers to produce these goods, as business men they must concede that sentiment cannot, be al- ways applied to business. t In Iho economic constitution mnnu- 'factnrers are very necessary: There If no personal quarrel with them, In the opinion they hold as to protective i, by those who Ihlnk otherwise. If Ueiit.-Col. D. The ex-moderator. Col. Jq'hn rrtngle. also qufslloncd it, and 'recalled instances he had in connection with his services which Untied Jo disapprove, Kev Wro. riuncasler.'of Mnclcod, Alta., also an officer who had'spent over., foui years in-the' this Rtaloment. Tlev. Dr. C. W. Gordon, P.D., of Win nlpeg (Ralph Connor) said, in his opln Ion the men Jm the trenches were lully as religions and very probably mcjre so than those.nt home. Col. Mcliae thought the remark quoted by Kc-v. Mr. Knox might have referred lo Rev. Mr. Knox said H iliighkhavc and re.j called how, in sonic cases In the larger cities of (he eld land, the church hr.d got away.from the poople who former! tho bulk of the army. He said tbc remark, in any case, was no reflection on tha men in the Ironrnos but rattier a reflection on the church. And this sentiment wnn generally agreed to. The Morning Session OTTAWA, June twelfth se'dinmt of the gpncrnl'assembly of[ the Prrjsbyterlati Church opened this. mating several funds Iri vilh pensions, widows, and orphans nd assembling help and carrying the matter out. Rev. Dr. Scott, of -Perth, seconded he motion, which was carried. Prof. J..W. Ralcorier, D.D., of Hall- ax, presented of the com mlltee of the ministers' widows and orphans' funds. 'The receipts for tho year total and the. expendl ,ures The assels !und are now as agalns last year.-''An encouraging 'eiture of the report, he said, was the increase In the contributions from con jrcgatlons, the number now donating being. 154. Start Children start them right In learn- ing music. 'A..gocd piano, and gopd teacher isro absolutely, ne- cessary. The first .wo can supply la thefamous old Risen had nothing lo do with the morning by an hour's meeting of tho j newspspers, nor any Interest in of 50 and olhora intercslcd In view of Iho attention drawn lo the Ilearsl.magazines and referred to in these columns, it Is well to have the judicial dictum as lo Ihe relation of these magazines tu the Hcnrst news- til the forward movr-menl. The general Kfissfon was opened' witfi prayer after which the pensions j fuiifl cfinnnltfco niiittcr c-atne j up. Thf wns oprnrd j wllh prayor aftrr Itpv. Tir, j MnirriLiiond, of Hamilton, moved n inn-j ll'wi which hail Ca effect of They costless-than; you Ticct at "Friplory to Homo" prices, Sold'.On easy terms, loo. Ask for style catalogue. RiSCH, LITE) tftok tht V For rosy cheeks, nappy white teeth, good appetites and digestions. Us benefits are as GREAT as its cost is It satisfies the desire for sweety and is beneficial, too. CHEW IT AFTER EUERY MEAL ;