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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LSTHBRIDGB DAILY HEBALD. MONDAY, JUNK M, Xetbbribge Devatb letbbrtbge, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Pubtiihert (V .THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lethlridge TV. A. BUCHANAN' President arid Managing Uiredor John Torrance Business m culling ccm. painting burns, and driving a learn. These are experi- ences which appeal to the democratic spirit of a di-iaocratSc people and which have lii'lped lo make oulsiamj- iug Presidents. To those outside the States the de- feat ot Crfneml Wcxx! In the final bat- Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1, WhiU Is Merlin o! isulllohs' 1 origin 6f. "MSr lot will tif something of n surprise taking his record. Hut It may be tint liis military affiliations ami n sus- pidou that ho held with the big inter- militated agulns! his being the f popular selertiou of the Cblcsgol assembly. One would nave Irnaginti that i Herbert Hoover would have had -J far stronger following than he had ut the 'onvemion. lii the splendid organiz- Wb'at U Lloyd's and is it so-called? 4. What Is the origin of "white- live-red." meaning f- coward. How Casio ihe phrase "Naked What Is the obverse cf a coin? Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Subscription Hates: Dally, delivered, per .15 Dally, delivered, per year 7.50 Diiiy. fay mail, per yesr 6.00 Weekly, by mail, per vear...... Weekly, by mall, p.r year to U.S. 2.00 I'i tices in ihe war he stood out an out standing figure not ouly in the Slates but outside. Uut llopyei' cauuot by any sirelch of iiMs'rnalion be called a politician, and this.1 with the fact that the position of Food Controller abilities he displayed In his ser- j tha egg (o SATURDAY'S QUESTIONS J. is an Atom-urn'.' 2. What are 3. How comes -U to mean first- rate? 4. What is ill? wishi ot the phrase mean- ing from first to hut. What was Ihe Acropolis? 0. What plain is known "Adam's REMEMBER THE DATE JUNE 24TH Farmers in the blanket area cover- ed by the mange regulations should regard June 24tli. when the dipping .starts, as a very important date. In their own interests they should see that not oaly their own herds are dip ped la compliance with the regula- tions, but tha! every other farmer In the neighborhood complies with the same. It should not be necessary to attention of ihe individual farmer and rancher to the disabilities the) are under through the existence 01 n blanket area regard lo mang lie has learnt lo know by bitter expcri once how much he lias loft through the fact that his L-aitle. coming tV-ket- ted from Ihe mange area, have had to be forthwith slaughtered on reaching the outsfile markets, through being placed in what are known as maogc pens, thus losing rilany dollars df their value. Nor. as he is aware, does the fact of cattle coming from the area allow him to avail himself of pas- turage on the other side for cattle .sent to market, and so placing them in -'position la overcome Ihe shrinkage .in (he journey. The first and second dippings if 'actually and efticlently carried cut will rniean the effectual stamping out; of ;the mange and the removal of the blanket regulations. Carelessness on part of the individual farmer.lo have his cattle dipped, or of having 'cattle with the mange, must result in the objectional, though considered necessary, blanket area for mange still remaining. Tiie importance, therefore, of making note of the dale, June 24lh cannot be too strongly im- pressed en every farmer and rancher In present -mange; blanket area. he held uas boW.o make hi. un- popular and enemies, may nooks ANSWERS 1. A licensed beeMr who bail the have had something to do with the poor showing lie mede. The strong views lie holds in o! N'a- tious may alto be" said to be a contri- buting factor. old very popular In Jury Urges More Timbering- Death of Mrs. Oil AY.ell Kumars. (RcoiU -Our-Owu tYiVrespono'eGt.) TAHijfi, Jiiife luquesfmto Iho death of the miner killed al the Canada Wesfjiniiie on was held Saturday afternoon lu the chamber.' before a jury atn led" ttie occasiou. Coroner ihrfes was present. from I.e'tlibriage with his wife, ipM V4re: Excellent and Three Billion Friincs Will PARIS, Juuo month of good growing weather with favorable conditions .will be worth belween.three and four billion francs eleventh, tivelfih. snd lliirteentb cen- turies. cont.iininK the pictures of aui- mals and their symbolisms.! 3. In Lloyd's Itegister of British shipping the character of the ship's hull Is designated by letters, and that of ttie anchors, cables, etc.. by fig- ures. Al means hull first-rate and also anchors, etc, 'A2 means hull first-rate, but furnitures second-rate. 4 From the ilooian dinner which consisted of three parts. The first course was appetisers, consisting of eggs with stimulants; the second was the dinner proper; Ihe Ihlrd the des- sert in which apples r'ayed a con- spicuous part. S, The citadel of ancient Athens. Tho yucca, so called because it Is sliarn-iioiiilcil like a needle. essminW were.Mineito In the opinion ot agricul arid several miners' lufal experts; ia' impossible to- tell what wit lu the ueit few weeks." said a high Vmcial of the ministry of agri culture'today, "but if mcel ;itb. no disaster. France will buy bui wheat abroad nest year, 'provld ed that .conditions'.keep as. favorable as now. ,.5hc may not buj- aa'y." This who wsre In ihe vicinity of the. acci- important part of Iho exam- ination- lilngsd on the condition of Ihti. where lie acci- defjtvoccurrwtiS'and Thomas Kklner, from Front Page) THE NOMINEE OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY After a strenuous and highly inter estlhg convention. (he Republicar candidate has been, named in Senalcr Harding of Ohio. Wilb the deadlock MOTOR DRIVERS AND PEDESTRIAN'S driving and motor drivers have come to public notice not only in Lelht-ridgc but parts of Ihe Dominion. This has_ been oc- c-asioneji by the iiuTnber of. motor nc- cidents and fnta'lilles' occapjoned by reckless "and careless drivers. In the city of Winnipeg particularly the pub- lic has been mucb.'iii'-'ensc-d over in- juries recently' caused lo pedestrians by motor vehicles. In.the city of Winnipeg, it is' slat- ed. Ihot since tue First of January, one in every two hundred of the popula- tion has suffered.more or less serious supporting Lowd'en, 157 for Wood injury from motor-cars. There have been about 12o'1iccidenis.'dufing the first Ove months ;pf'Ihe year. n view ot the. ailentlon' drawn lo motor driving tlic- fallowing judg- ment of Mr. Justice tbo Ap- jeal Ccurt ot the Proyinee'. .will be interesting as slipwing how the pedes- trian stands in- regard -Ur the -driver of a motor dsr., 'Tlie judgment o! iiis Lordship ,i 'I think It is tlte law that a.nedcs- :rian crossing not at a crossing and not looking and therefore being very careless, would be entitled to damages from an automobile driver who with no obstructed view could have seeu the pjtestrian at a sufficient distance to. avoM him. .bill'who for instance for no justifiable purpose kept his eyes bis feet in the car or ou a-windpw A the side of.the stree and so did not see the petieslriau and ran over iii other words did not keep a look out. to see tha he did not anyone, Also an auloinobile, driver who dues Keep n gcocl .look out, and does see a pedes Irian apparently going lo cross hi; path without looking, is not entitled that has been a feature of the Qon- to go on and leave the responsibllit) ventioh history is in ri way repeating itself in Ohio being Instrumental in .swinging the assembly in the naming upon tho pedestrian. He must reasonable cnre. when he sees danger, to avoid him. This'last pro of the man who may he ihe future j position no doubt would assente President of Ihe United, Stales. Him by 'everyone. Their respective IP was Oblo that was instrumental In ihnj gal rights'In the case 'where the election ot President McKinley :lml. with the Stale of New Vnrk, in tho nomination of Grorer Cleveland. The anticipation that a dark horse rvould he the ultimate nomination of the Republican Party has been realis- ed In the nomination of Senator War- ren fl. Ifarding. The three men who have been th.B limelight. Major-don- XVood, Governor and Senator'lliram Johnson, faded out by Iho was each, seeing the other coming, dc liberately gc> on. would depend pe haps not upon the law of negllgenc but Ihe of trespass, and then th strict right of way. would possibl have to bo decided. (See Cotteri vs. Slarley, S C. and P. 13u to my first proposition above, tlia where neither is looking out as 1 should and a collision and injury o cur ihe HUtomobiiist is .the. time the final li.irlot with necessary number t'f voles, reachc-d. In.the naming of Senator Harding. I he. Contention's choice may'be said to he .a compromise one with regard to the League of Nations in the tion the nominated Senator holds in regard to -the same, Unlike Senator Hiram Johnson he is no! distinctly op- posed to tho League'hut has himself In favor of the same with Hip. reservations. The nominee cf the Republican Convention is y man whd'iriado a repntalion while he was Governor .of Oblo. lie proved himself to possess, real executive power .dealing with thy various fitrlkes in the Slate during Ilio lime he WBS Obv ernor of the same. While these crime t.O n lienil In otbcr States tronhlc .in Olito, notably in the coal strike skilfully niu] ed by its then Governor. Senator Harding Is a member o tbo Fourth Estate. Hlslng from work Ing In a village printing office he he .cams a newspaper proprietor, showing in Ihis a prcserrerancc, determination and capability which will hold him in good stead should ho be elected-li (be-Presidency. The popularity h hold's in Iiis own State cnn be gauge tbe fact thai he was elected Scnato fcy a majority of m6rfi than Ifiu.wn. I there is anything in tlin early CXII matin notable I'nss of the United Slalcs, il.e Itepul 'liMIi Prcsldontial _canilidfttp name has nil Iho idunilntlnirfor goo ahqulil lid'lie elected to'llint e.xiiHt office. lie is !i man who li.'iii altalnc to the present position lie holds liy imagine there would not be so reat an assent.' "In Halsiinry, vol. at n. 416, it aid; 'The duly of a driver of a v iclc is not satisfied by en-aim noise and in an emergenc either Ihe vcliicle or Ihe foot ussengcr must tiller his course to void collision the driver of the vc- Ide dnea nol escape liability if he annol show that he lias tried to pull p or to one? si'le.' And in a note to his it is added: 'The duty may lie 3d thai a vehicle is capable tf novint: al ,1 greater tliau a fool or Ituil in llic event of an accitlcni. it is of cluing more 'A foot passenger rsniiot linrl iny e or anything unless it be a more chilli, by a culhsinn walking The driver of mi automobile is in ciniFge of ;L machine. On a city sliCL-t there woul'l SCEIIII to mcs to Vie no reason why an automobile driver should uvir run inlo finyunt; except in the one case, v.hlcli some- occurs, where a prrloslriau ?ml- :d SO for JnSnson. At their best, rlier in the day, 4he Wood people ,d mustered 312 votes and the Low- .'ii forces 311. Johnson's high point is US, recorded en the third ballot riday. There was no official total ot the nal ballot. Xear the close Of the allot there was a wholesale swltcli- g of votes to the Harding camp and en a motion to make it unanimous tn's motion failed because of the op osition of Ihe Wisconsin -delegation Made Unanimous Stotion to make the nomination nanlmous was passed In a grea torus of but when oppor nlty was given for negative vote lere were some unoes" from Wiscon whose delegation Ihroughout th' had hisses arid cat ails almost solidly -for Senator. Bob rt M. La Kolletto. Harding in Anteroom Senator Harding was in an ant oom hcarhy-wliilb" the convention wa astlng the lie Republican nominee. 'For some of j he time he chntled there with Gov- rnor Lowden. who had given up the ight a few minutes before. Mrs. Har- ing also was with him. Colonel Proc- er, General Wood's inanager. -and athers visited Senator Harding and Jovemor Lowdeu while the conven- ion was noisily and anxiously making listory only a short distance away. When the result was communicated o him by Charles U. Warren.ol Jlich- gan. Senator Harding left for his hotel with Mrs. Harding, and nnnounc- Taber cemetery cd that lie would have-' no statement row afternoon, .o make at the time. .As the convention realized thnl a nominee had been made bedlan broke loose, and there was an unrestrained demonstration for several minutes. When ii'ulet was restored the calling of the roll was continued.. Contrary to expectations, many ot the regain- ing stales held their original forma- tions, giving complimentary farewell votes lo favorite song or men whom they had been supporting' The convention adjourned at 7.20 p.m. What He Stands For The oltl party, leaders followed nn: did nol Ihe convention and the- next few mc-nttis. will tell whether the convention made its wisest possible choice. Those who are inclined to lake optimistic views point out the following''pulling" pciiits in the can- didacy of Harding and Coolidge: will stand for Harding is reincmbcreil as" one of Ihe earliest anil stoutest opponents of the Wilson covenant, but voted for the league with ttie Ixidgo reservations. will stand for law and order and conslKntional government, which Goolitlgc .lomls.atrenglh by vir- lue of Iiis nltltiiitc en Ihe Uoslon policemen's strike. is nn .auggefition of an-undue itpo 9f .money boUpd Hard- ing. Coolirlge's report of campaign ex- penses slated fie had not spent any moneyJiitnvclfi nor solicited others lo spen.1. committal to liaguc of properly reservt'ri. not 'offensive fitlie soml-riulkijil wiriK. -fiorari- has ircady .salrl he will support the ticket ml is known io Jie friendly i> flnrding. Johnson's friends say: ic also wltl-bc good. IfK'tlw strata above, ,lhi teitiindny: of IB'e.'others being much Ihetsime; Mine" Inspector Johnson, however, was. hot ciis- omary lo timber overhead ic stratt- e4 rocKl but th'at In the seinl-llgnlte ornmtiou here 'Where the strata Is ir- egular, it was safer to 'imher. The ury. composed of some of the most rofnlnent citizens. In view of the clr- umstaiices, rendereil a verdict of (dental death, with a rider recom-. icuding timbering of all such danger- places iu future. President Jamleson. of the Dreaui- ield Oil Co.. was in town last iilgut, ith a view to having J. II. Norman rocecd with the drilling of tho well ear Foremost lo its completion. Ha rough' the news that the report had ust reached Lethbrldge previous to Is departure, that a second Montana veil had come in. further west, bo- onging to another rompaiiy than the tantz corporation.' ThCffad news circulated around evening of the death at i.30 p.m. of Mrs. A. Porteous, of Taber. Tho deceased lady had been II for short lime of pneumonia, this jeiug the third time. Medical men had lono everything possible, and Nurse rackmau of Lethbrldge went on the Friday evening. The patient had seemed belter Saturday forenoon, but he end came suddenly and quietly, when least eipected. Mrs. Porteous came ivith her husband from, Iowa n. the spring of 1910. Mr. Porteous having purchased n farm close to the Lownsite, which -Iras later rented, tbe family moving into the residence on Hull Ave., on-account of the demand for Sir. Porteoua' services as an auc- tioneer. Two of Mis. Porteous1 daugh- ters, Mrs. Jno. Seager, Jr.. and Miss Porteous, reside here, and Sirs. Crow, of Long Reach, Cal.v daughter of Mr. the latter having been mar ric-d twice, arrived Just before the lueau's a" luinlmuin economy .of two aSd a halt billion tranc.% 'which mav reach nearly, four billion In 1919, a pboir year. France ralsei bushels'of wheat and hat to buy bushels abroad. Thl year is declared to be tho best in the memory of farmers for all crop with acres more seeded thai last year. The crop is estimated b experts to be at least fifty per ceni better, bringing the yield to hnahels. France Vlrtually'lndependent Reasonable restrictions, 'with a mix turo of rye and corn nieal, will furtl er help out tho food supply, in th opinion of the rericlnalling depar rnent, so that France may virtually be Independent with regard to' bread- stuffs for the year beginning next Au- gust. Last year It cost francs to keep the people supplied with bread. The most the revlclualling eiCKED UP IN SSING J. Dunn, one of Ibe best known arrislers of Cagotovru, N.B., was ound dead In Ms office. n? hundred luious the coils, eoufiscateil In raids, wilt bo sold by luclion at Detroit. mother hreatened with eviction, killed her- elf and three children by gas. Hundreds of acres of corn In Kent county have beeti destroyed by grubs tluring the past tew days. Sandwich jail Is filled and many of prisoners are sleeping on ta- bles covered by blankets. Messrs- Haley of IJenhan township, have Just disposed of four llolsteln cows for J1J.OOO. Detective Boylan says that 00 per cent, of the petty thiering in Brant- ford is done by foreign-born youths. The body of Aloys Grottnette. who was drowned from a raft in .Peli- can Lako at Ninette. Man., has been recovered. Two women and a man were drowned when their limonsino plung- ed Into the- Richelieu Canal, near Montreal. Eighteen hours of continuous rain lias broken the drought from which tho district around St. Catharines has suffered. Dominion No. 1 colliery, ot Glace Bay. is lied up by the compressor engineers going on strike for an in- crease in wages. Hcbb Engineering Co.. of Ainherst, V.S. have gone ou stoke for an In- crease iii wages. Five hundred men of the Caiia- dian Vii-kers shipbuilding Co, at Jlalsonueufe arc laid 'off. owing to Ihe scarcity ot castings. The U.F.p. picnic at Burford net- ted lo the funds, which will bo ustd for the building of a cctumuu- ily hall lu Burford'village. Moulders and coremakers ot the VICTOR RECORDS WE pride ourselves on onr prompt, courteoui, vice. Wo want you for a Over Records To Choose From Mail rffomWr postage prepaid. Brery record insured against breakage. Write for page catalogue. HUM minister expects to pay next year francs. Tho devastated j are still nothing more or less than temporarily roofed ruins and hastily thrown up shacks to shel- ter -the two-thirds i of the increased seeding with five nun-1 dred thousand acres more o( wheat than a year ago, and with a million F acres more ot all grain crops'; They compare favorably with the' best ot France's wheat growing conn-' try, contrary to pessimistic opinion re- gardihff recovery of the trench-Iaccr- j ated and shell-plowed land." end, by a strange'lo-Incldence, owing to a mistaken trailer 'at .Duarnore rhlch piac'ed.litr ip nobi rain. Mrs. Pqrleous anj family, also, were 'rominent In social nh'd..other fiinc ions here, while her husband who is France will this year for the first time slnco 1914. have grown a crop 6f. fiaa approaching the pre-war pro- duction. "The regions in the north, which furnish the hulk of the crop and which were In tho war, zone, or in the hands of (he enemy, have" been largely seeded again with excellent chances of a belter crop per acre than has been known in years. A young man, at Meredith. N.H., making an evening call, in. going through Ihe hall, opened the cellar door by mistake and stepped into space, bringing down a number of President of the Fair, and on the coun jars of preserves and landing in a ell, is. one ot the best known men in tub containing 18 dozen eggs, .ho district, and a worker in almost everything for assisting the "progress of Iho town. Needless to say, the peo- ple of Taber sympathize deeply with the family in their affliction.. Tho funeral will take place 10 the Presbyterian Chijrch anil thence to Taber cemetery, at.two o'clock tomor- White Shoes for Summer There is no shoe that gives'greater comfort in summer than white canvas shoes. 1 They are morl porous, making them much cooler. If you have not. worn, them it's limn you did. Wo havo them in Buck or Canvas. Prices to 515.00. Widths A to E, ail Heels. ASK TO BE'FITTED ALL AGES. W; J, NELSON GO. SHERLOCK BUILDING (From Our Own" Gorrsanop-lellt) OB-AiS'LBA, June three children of .JIiv bohl Carlson are seriously ill. Or. Jlunroe of Bow [aland has been attending them this week. Mr. if. Wares made a business trip to Winnifrert Saturday. Mr. Chris, (tfavcnsleln returned from Coalilale Wednesday. Mr. and Mra. -A. N. Sprinkle an. amity motored'" to Medicine lla 'hursday to take in the Rarnes circu? Mrs. George Wares was en Ihe Eici fat all last t Mr. William Pfpwse of Bow Islam ;pcnt the week-end in the district.' ,Mr. Jack Fore was a visitor to [oin Monday. Mr. E. Iverson'of Etzikom is ng a few days visiting his son, M ilichard Iverson, ilcnly steps from curb or Ir.mi behind another vehicle anil gets in front of the automobile before its driver lias any opportunity of fee what he is about lo do. The more crowded Uie Mreel Die more slowly llic drirer shoulil go with his vhicU', null whpiievor ho runs inio a Irian, whetlier tljat or In1 rimlil shoilhl liavc In lime In avdiil llu collision. I Ililtik Ilu- ilrivi.-r is li.iU" Of cour.sc1 fach IMS" must t r itw own fucts and wliiit is is to (lociik'il lo t IE Ihccr sril iu bis curly slruselcs tumaianccs.' pivotal stair: is touched ID hi', luiikfun.of Ihe ijckcl, i'-r electoral vote to VV'ils'on in 11116 lardiiifi lias carried Ohio in governor and senatorial camuaigliif. SWEET GfiASS NEWS (I'rom thp Advocate) The cattle are coming back, Nin can humlrcil were shipped this point (rom Texas, arriving her Satu'rrlay. .Tliey'nre the property Knight H Watson and were drive overljHHl Id Raymond from here. J. I'cuctrc'k. mlllionalro shee man. nnd I'npt. Pingle, speaker of II Alberta house. (Irove through lie Siimlay from Medicine nnd toe dinner al tlic home of anil Mi II. I.. J. Wnlchorn at Colitis, were en route lo Glacier park. Dob (iarrie, Canadian Immigrall officer at Contt3- for Iho pssl years, recnlverl notice yesterday by j letter Hint ho would be transferred to I Portal. North Daitcla. II, .1. chief ileputj of Jlr. Oarrle, will prob- ably lake charge of Ibis port of enlry. Other Places Have Trouble With Crops Besides Alberta LANSING, Mich., Juno Hessian fly. grasshoppers and drought threaten to play havoc with Michigan crops in a number of counties in the western part of '.He state, .iccordinu to the United States Bureau of Crop Reports lieri'. Alarmed by wide ravages of [lie peats, farmers are organiz- ing tor a concerted campaign tf extermination. Wheat crops fn particular, are suffering from lacfc of rain rind hot winds, according to the report. Berries nnd fruits were, rcppftcj if condition, DRAIN STOCKS TORT WIUJ'AM, Ont.. June The following statement of slocks In store In puMIc- terminal elevaloxs a; i'ort William and Port Arthur on June 11. with receipts'- and shipment.? dtir- ins; tho week, was Issued by the Hoard of (Ir.iln ComrniSslotiCrs on Salnrday: Stocks In siorn: oais. C7C.SS9; barley. (lax. rye, 61.7-iC. tloic'iiils: Wheat. barley. 12C.2S8: flax, LU.. Ixikc--Wheal. 476.2K1 bushels; oatr.. rye. ]l.Mi. 2D9.S5I luishels. rwtii, flax, Ideals of purity and value We are soapmakers with an jdeal is to make a Soap which shalf have no equal for Purity and Efficiency throughout the superior 'in all'the world. We realize our ideal in every tablet of Sunlight Soap which is manufactured. SUNLIGHT SOAP is made from the sweetest and choicest of edible oils and fats. It is the purest and 1 most efficient of soaps and, if used judiciously, the most economical, Insist on getting the Soap you ask Sun light Soap ;