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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 11, THE LETHBttiDGE bAlLY HERALD PAGE Suggested Minimum Is Even Too Get Men to Enter Ministry. CALGAKY, June protest lodged liy Rev. W. J. Kydd of Alberta at tho session ot the Presbyterian gen- eral assembly at Ottawa on Thursday, isiers, fpund ready sympathy from' a number of leading Vresbyterlau min- isters ol Calgary when Interviewed on was the consensus o( opinion that the suggested minimum of Jl.SOO a year was eieu then Inade- quate it efficient service to" bo .given, while tho present minimum'of }1.500 was entirely Insufficient. "I cauncl conscientiously, invite.a young man to enter the stated. Rev. A. -JTcTaggert of St. An- drews, ''because of the low salary' and the prospects offered him. Ilia but a profession of lie .said. took the gamo po-silloii that tho present stipend working 3 on tho ministers through- out the rural districts. (Continued from Front Page.) the sportsmanlike way in which he toot the administration's refusal ot the privilege of proceeding overseas with tho troops he bad raised. A large part of tho nominating speech was taken up with this ptese ot the candidate's record public service. Strong In Labor Strife Governor Allen also dealt vtyh the xeneial's "calui and steady strength11 !u dealing with the Gary labor strife and settling labor troubles and race riots in various other parts of the United Stales. Declaring that tho choice "which is made now may mould the character of the nation for fifty years, Governor Alien said la concluding Jits long ad- dress: "With full appreciation o! tbo chai- longo ot tho hour, present tho name of tho man the ard Turkey Feather At the concluumg word of tho nom- ination speech, thousands of xuany- cotored tiirkey feathers, which have been'the campaigu bad go during tho convention, were loosed from the roof of tho Coliseum and Boated down over (he, cheering delegates. When the had been on about 10 minutes, -the Inevitable procession around the hall started. Many of tho women delegates joined in tho procession. Senator made frequent efforts to restore or? der, but it was M. minutes before ha was abla to continue the business of the convention. Frank Knox, of New Hampshire, participation In the af.'alrs ot the. government and It was eipecled that states which had not yet ratified tho suffrage do so and that United States women might vote In this yeai'a'presiaeatial elections. PTJBUO OWNERSHIP The platform expresses opposition to public ownership anu operation of railroads and favored private opera- tion under private re-organization and control. There was a plank declaring It to be tho. RipubHcau policy to en- courage and develop water transpor- tation service and facilities in con- nection with the commerce of the United Slates. PROTECTION I'alth In tt protective tsritt was re- affirmed. Another plank called for y. merchant marine of the best' typo White House the Germane would'have1 modern ships, flying the American marched through Belgium to nothing f manned by( American seamen, more than the words ot a protest. by and oper- tho Wood door manager, and Mrs. Douglas Hohtnson. ot New York, made speeches seconding General Wood's nomination. Mrs. Douglas Robinson, of New York, who is still In mourning for her brother, Col. Roosevelt, was the flrst woman ever to perform that function in ap American national convention. She received a rousing ovation when she was introduced by Senator Lodge. Mrs, Robinson declared she wanted Leonard Wood for president, "not be- fauso ho was my brother's friend, but because' he Is his type of man." "No man can tell me." declared Sirs. Robinson, "that Bad Theodore Roose- velt or Leonard Wood beeii In the WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT FOOD has cdne centuries of study and experiment. The most perfect foods for man are the whole wheat vegetables and fruits. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is TOO percent whole wheat, nothing wasted or thrown away Here is a perfect lundteorc Two Shredded Wheat Biscuits with milk, a dish of lettuce salad, a dish of sliced ittg, satisfying and easily cligested-ShreddedWheat isreadywokedandTeadytotat MADE IN CANADA A Wonderful Way To Go West You can go direct to (lie Coast and ECO beautiful Alpine scenery route from An open observation car. You can see "Fifty Switzeriands In One" without -side trips .or changing (rains by going over iho Cnmulmn I Mtfic Railway. Leaving CsnnoVs follow tho How li.vcr through the Gup into tho Roc-Mcs mul then for twpnlv- lour hours trail ono wnfcrwny titter another, paat Banff, Uke LoutM, hincrald Lake, Glacier, Eicamous, nnd down tho Eraser Canyon to Vancouver. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes direct connections with steamer) bound tp AlasVi nnd the! Orient ea well M wtlh (rains to oil points on tho Coast, For rtwrvalions (elepnons, writo al (no office of J. GORDON, TICKET AGENT PIIO.VB 512 sumnonr see O.UIADIAK KOCKIK3' never again want a man who waits between right and neutrality." BiJB was iuuuly ChccVcu thO her speech. Lowden Next Senator Lodge soon got a hearing, however, and the roll of the slates was continued.. Arkansas yielded to Illinois, unil Representative William A. Rotienberg of that state was pre- sented to nominate Governor Coolidge Nominated COL.1SBUM, ClilOAUO, June the speeches for Johnson, Wood were out of tho way, Connecticut .was called niid to Massachustts. Speaker Gil- lette, speaker of tha house of repre- sentatives, took the platform aud plac- ed in nomination (Jovernor Coolidge ot Massachusetts. Hoover Nominated -.CHICAGO, Juns Hoov- er was placed in nomination liy Judge Nathan L. Miller c-f Syracuse. Vote for Dupont CHICAGO, June no speech will bo marto llcpnbll- can convention pbcibtf General T. Coleninn Dupont in uomination for the presidency, it !s und.vs'.oDil tlio Dela- warcj delegation will cast tlioir voto for him on tho first Favor Judge Pritchard COLISBUM, CHICAGO. June Delaware-passed and Florida yielded to North' Carolina for the nomination of. Judge Pritchard, former rSenalor Butler, making the nominating speech. Ask Ratification 'CHICAGO, June IWTho Vermont delegation to the national convenlion today sent a telegram to Governor T. P. Cltmeut, ot Vermont urging him to call a special session of the state legislature to ratify tho wo- man's suffrage amendment to the con- Btilulion make Uie-amend- ment'effective. ated by private energy. There was no prohibition plault, but one calling tor enforcement the generaHy.. IRISH PL.ANK DKt'KATKD Tho IrJsfc clause twice went down to defeat before the subcommittee. A plank proposed by lYank P. Walsh. to hAve been sponsored by Eam- raon De Valera, calllns tor recognition of the Irish republic, was rejected by the aubKJommlttee, members staled, without B. Collidse otTJassachusetts.thcn. offered an other plank of more moderate tone, it.was a lie vote, six to six, according to reports from the committee. G. O. P. PLATFORM LABOR War and Excise Taxes Amount- 'Per Cent. Taken Per Cent. Luxury ;Tax Imposed. STOP may possible contain injuries ingsed? ientsMtoty rood scientists claim that baHtig powder alum is for feet that some is not sufficient proof that they are-whai theu are rep- resented to Our chemists find a Mrrrfbnthc outside. lasge quantities of it inside. MAGIC BAKING POWDER Contains No Alum Pure "Wholesome Economical In other words though the 20 per BRITISH ORDER cent. Is added to tho purchase, mak- ing'In ,tho case 'ot the ring for, [usury tax. the dug is prac- tically the ring which woul'd have cost the purchaser 5235 before tho 714 per cent, war duly and Iho excise of 10 per cent, were taken off. The pnr- now gets for what he had tp pay previously the sum ?235. AFFECTING ALIENS WASHINGTON'. June British to United States citizens golns to Ens land In various capacities, it vraa saitf today at the sutc department. Th( order-in-comu-ll that no aliens deair-l .embassy at London Ing .to take position In Die 1'nlled j brought the matter to tho attention ol Kingdom, will he permitted to cnterlthe Drilish government, which, it without a for his'en- understood, has directed its consoli casement Issue.-l to his proposed em- ployer by the Brliisli minister of labor. Is causing much Inconvenience latlons. to exercise all and con Fiilenttion In connection with the regu. In-referenco to diamonds, in the ap- plication of '.tlijp 'luxury tax of 20 per purpha.ser, though paying tho same, Is actually paying cent, and not 20 per cent. per This la arrived at by the fact that the war duty of cent, and the excise duty of 10 per cent, have been can- celled, that Is a total duty ot percent." has' been removed.' The luxury tax of 20 per cent, plus the one pec cent, sales tttr, making a total of cent, is discounted by the cent, cancelled, leaving the luxury tax Intrinsically at cents. completed Iraft of the Republican platform was declared last night by Senator Watson The first plank-dealt with industrial relations. It recognized the justice of collective bargaining and advocated government initiative to reduce the frequency and limit the consequences of strikes anil lockouts. For labor Iroublo in public plank favors tho type, of tribunal provided for In tho transpOiU.liuu la private industries, the plank favors' Impartial commission and'better facil- ities for voluntary mediation; conoil-. ration, arid arbitration, supplemented by full publicity. MBXICO With regard to Mexico, the platform says that "the ineffective policy of the 'present'administration ia Mexican matters has. been largely responsible for the continued loss .of American I lives in that country arid on the hor- !er, and for the enormous loss ot Vmorican .and foreign property." "We should says the text, 'recognize any Mexican' government unless it he a responsible- government, willing and able to give sufficient 'guar- antees that the life and property of cltjzens arc respected and protected, that wrongs will be prompt- y, corrected and Just compensation 111 bo made for injury TREATY The treaty plank put the 'Hcpulicans on record for "agreement among the ations to preserve the peace the and'declared that the cov'c- nant for tho. League of Nations "sig- nally fails" to accomplish pea.ce. The. plank declared that tho league cove- nant repudiated, to a degeo wholly unnecessary and unjustifiable the policies of Washington und Monro LEAGUB The plank also approved the course ot the-senators acting in opposition to the covenant and pledged tho Republi- can administration' to such agreement with other nations of the world as shall meet the full duty of the United Stales to civilization without surrend- ering the right of United Slates people to, exercise judgment and power in favor of justice and peace. ACraCULTUKE The plank on agriculture proposed practical and adequate farm repre- sentation in tho appointment ot gov- ernment officials aml..coramlUces, the right to form co-operative associations for marketing farm products and pro tcctioii ngalnst discrimination; sclen- tlflc stjidy. of agricultural protects and farm production costs and. of price fixing; Improvement of trans portalion nnd amendment ot tho farm loan act. ECONOMY The platform contained a plea for economy in government and a thor- ough re-organlzationr of federal depart- ments is demanded. RECLAMATldN Conservation of forests were- also emphasized ?.y we! as a W'oatf policy of reclamation. RELIEF The soldier relief plank was non- committal wlillo pledging the Repub- licans to "discharge to tho full' their obligations to the returned men. ductlon ot Iho taxation hunlcn was promised. H. C. OF L. The platform attributed the high cost of living largely to the deprecia- tion of the purchasing power of the dollar, due to expansion of currency and Credits. POSTAL SBUVICB The postal service came In for bit- WOMAN' HL'FFRAGK Women "ore into erea the sky M- BEECH AM S PILLS TELL THE WORLD' ;THIS WOMAN SAYS That Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made Me a Well Woman. Los Anjrelea, I suffered with female troubles for years, was sick post of the time, [was not ahle to do y own hn'-jHe-rork, d 1 could not gel ielp from doctors. isawLydiaE. 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