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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, JUNK 28, Gbe Ibevalb letbbriDgc, DAILY ANO WEEKLY Proprietors and Publifhirs THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Ltthbrldgc TV. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing Director Joho Torrauce Business Manager of (he United Stau-s. those who speafc ot the expenses, atiai-hed lo the "keep- ing up" ot Hcyalty will, in the cir- cumstances, have, in tlio common or garden phrase, a "tmok comiug." Kve-ry natiun is welcome to tbe form of government it chooses to live under. ISut when we hear of republi- can sentiments in our owu Empire, it well to Know that we may go tur- ner and fare worse in aiming at tbe deals which appear in name in con- rast U- what is known as the limit- d monarchy which bas sway iu tbe British Empire. Ketnber Audit Bureau ol Circulations. Subscription Hates: Dally, delivered, per AVMX......> .15 Daily, delivered, per year 7.5') Daily, by per year 5.00 Weekly, by mail, per year...... 1.50 Weekly, mall, per year to U.S. 2.00 THE CONVENTION AT THE GOLDEN GATE WUl.Ohlo ba the storm centre in the coining Presidential election as an outcome ol the Democratic Conven- tion wMch at San Francisco to- day! Among others this is a develop- meat which adds more than ordinary Interest to tho big meeting. With Senator Warren G. Harding, ot Ohio, is the nominee of the Republican party will it be a part cf strategy the Democratic Convention to put up another who Is of the Slate that is known as the "modern molUer ot and so have Ihe issue decided wilh the popularity ot one, as regarded in this State wblch has had such a bearing on Presidential elections, pitted against that of the otter." Will' a case of Sinator Harding vs. Governor Cost? A-shrewd political observer in Ihe States, and poo woo appears to be in intimate, (ouch with the situation, states {bat Governor Cox's known leanings to the "wets" may make him unavailable In the ludgmenl of., thi Bryanites, at least for the Presidency. Bpt Bryan may not be able to hold .the delegates away from a dear drift to the Ohloan in spite ot bis liberality origin of the llraid 4. were iaget vcneiT What lb -d Laay Is the meaning ot "pair What Is a What is the origin of SATURDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is What is Vtopia? is the trap-door spiiier? What i What art s a "travelling the West African L'ol- LMwards is- but on a "peraonal'Oib- platform, which is generally, re: garded as the'earns as a "wet" pro- gram, aaft so Ke'aiay hu eipected to receive n certain proportion ot the Kepubilcan vote iu any such poll. Instructed Delegates Tew The results of the primaries, as al- ready noted, do not help greatly In reaching au estimate. Inasmuch, as most of the delegates are uolnstrucl- ed.. To be exact, lo? delegates hare come to Sao Francisco without in- structlon as to supporting any parti- cular mau. Adoo Svas ANSWERS A pocket i-oinpaiiioii; a book or ntanual for carrying about the persen. A name invented by Sir Thomas More from the two Greek words mean- ing "no and applied him loan imaginary which he repre- sents as discovered by a companion cf Amerigo Vespucci. 3. A name given to a species of spider which build tubular dwellings Glass of Virginia. John Davis, Ambassador to Great Britain, Is aleo bfins boomed ai a candidate by cer- tain elements, and looks like a likely- dark horse, should the convention reach the dark horse stage. Even Herbert Hoover la mentioned as a Democratic possibility and received a few votes In the primaries. The name of Vice-President Thomas K. Marshall of Indiana has been men- ticmed very often, but the di'Ut has that he has no am- bition for preDldentinl honors. Cover- ILL'JCOlElNiS B Youth Had Narrow Escape From Down By Engine. PA ICKED UP IN ASSING in the oarth. and which are closed by I Alfred t.'. Smith of New York is iu a sort of IiingeU door, 4. A platform tn a continuous man- ner with a uniform rule of speed for tho jiuryose of transportation. o. Gold Coast, Gambia, Sierra Leone. 6. A painter, burn in Delaware Co., Pennsylvania, Otl. 10..173S. A famous picture of his is the "Death of Oeucral Wolfe ul Quebec." iho running1, as U Senator Atlee urene cf Ohio, Chump Clark o! Mis- touri is named as a possible darfe horse. Ho came vpry lo being the choice of the Democratic National Convention at St. Louis in 1912, when Wilson boat Mm out on the forty-sixth ballot. The keynote speech will made by Hcmor S. Guramings. chairman ol the Democratic national committee, and temporary chairman of the conven- tion. League-of Nations Issue As was .the case at Chkago tbe Lea- gue of Nations is expected to play an Important part in connection with the Democratic platform. The President, it Is said, 'will Insist of a pJank de- ijfanding the udopticm of the League covenant as it stands, or with very minor reservations. On this point there ia likely to he a fight, a? there arc inivnjr Democrats who are inclined to look wilh disfavor on the treaty as It stands.. One of these is Senator Frank" ol Massachu- setts, who lias been mentioned as a TWsVlTay opponen'tTo? Prealdenrwi-! .Ior, son. means that the Detm tional Committee iiiid House Fought to to San j Francisco men who prefer initii'e-f (Continued Frum" Front Vage.) question ot a wiuniug .candidate left ostensibly wide open. At ibo prim- aries in the various expressions of preference lor were avoided, except iii a few in- stances, Tlie leading candidate.? for the nomination have beggcU to have their from consider- ation in the states which have prim- ary laws, Moat cf them urged the selection of u.nplp.dgel -delegates. ocratic mcMing followerd tlis Lu. and Senator Issue i- tlons from the party -leatlsw to in- Ano'.lisr Issue that threatens to struclloiis from the a presidential candlrlalvi ''a io be Im- Division Jii Hie Democratic h I ranks is that of prphilntlon. At least 'posed on the party tie trp." !OM "aplrant the nomination, Gov- -v i_ i uwni it iL3uii w ni ucmaiiu a i avi i.u- the monetarv loss Eustaiiied liv tliui dnm on his record arid policy, and expressed .themselves in some Allies. In fact in the ca-e of Franco lhat hc 1vi11 to'have the conven- 'crms as !hc following, quoted Allies, in fact In the case of franco a m ihe tram Senatur Owen of Oklahoma alone the sum of four billion pounds at first named represented two hun- dred million pounds' lees the financial loss she sustained. This was the cause of the meeting recently held at Lympnc, near Hythe, In England between Premiers Lloyd George and Millerand wilh the object ot the French Minister to flx the Indemnity ia the amount of six billion pounds sterling. A, EB ti si actory. arra ngeme n t appears to have been come to be- tween the two Governments ot Great Britain' and Franco. Germany has lo be thankful that In tbe matter of fixing the indemnity she not deal- ing with victors of her .own build who, had tho position been reversed, would have had no compunction in exacting the utteimost farthing, without "the smallest consideration of ability to pay. Wilson i Wi'ten Coij'd Cct-ll .If Jir. Wilson, tO'beeoInc a candidate, which ii not as likely, he will bs Ms to -scrarc .easy nomination, srv jibi clsscrvcrs. What is regarded at-' prohahla is that he sack "No wet plank should he permiUet I to divide iihe; Democratic vote. democracy tho strict cnfprcQm'ent of the constituiloi and the lattv Thoje ivho wish ,t King Gcorsc, tboulcl prove illuminative. When'to.'this wo are told that the Presidential election will cost any- thing between twenty and thirty rail- KOBE, the cost ot which will have to to borne In the long run bv jjeople houses is felt all over the Dominion, it is something for gravo concern when we read of an occurrence such as re- cently took place ID Fernie. when three cottages were destroyed hy lire. In the circumstances. 'Conservation has a timely article when it refers to the fire loss In Ihe year It Is pointed out by the publication referred to that in 1919 Itiers was paid to Insurance Companies the suiu of the upkeep of fire de- partments and Interest on Investment n c-qufpmcnt amounted to the sum of! losses not covered by in- surance making a total of J54.500.000. In reference lo the above Conser- vation says that this was a direct charge against the production of Can- ada tor and it was paid by thoso who produce; it was the penalty for neglect of one of the first essentials of property preven- tion. Canada is not in any position to continue this policy (if hissez faire in regard to tho fire waste, Houses arc scarce and building costs are exceed- ingly high. To relieve the housing situation, governments am! municipal councils are advancing money or pledging public credit for building purposes, Regardless of this condition, how- ever, reports of Provincial Fire Mar- shals show that, last year, fires occur- red in dwellings in Ontario, and 603 dwellings suffer- ed from flru. Undoubtedly the greater proportion of the monetary loan resulted from fires In largn properties, hut dwellings where fires occurred, con- tinues Conservation, were the homes o! employers or employees In our in. dustrica. U is only reasonable to suppose [hat the rarelcss householder will hfi the carelesa (hi same dcgrcu oi of precautions asainst lire will he evident, I'rlvu'c in lormpr Instances Mr. has frequently baeti able to tlo me present- ing himself McAdoo's Second String Tiie early birds on the ground in San Francisco were Owen of Oklahoma ami Attorney- a nomination. At thn Demo- cratic convention there can he no nomination until one or other of the candidates received a two-thirds vole of the delegates. of "Crown Prince" Prophecy is hut the two' eon- Genera! A Mitchell Palmer of Ponnsvi- j nil1 P'ohnbly lie alike in this vania. who were Ihe of tho prc'ii- that if ttiere is no nomination dential possibilities pn the thc anything is llko- sltle to open hcadquartwii in thia city. Governor Jami-i'MI Ohio wiji a close second In the "race'1 trt open i headquarters, Mr. .Pnlingr has been i allowed to appear nn iictive admin- Those who have heen in the hnblt of isirolion candidate, and is reganioJ i Democratic conventions in in some quarters as a .'.'aononrt pasl- iiovelly this year in the Iy lo happen, anil (he dark horse will have as gooil an opportunity in the battle as "Crown Prince" him- self. Cox vs. Harding? Those political, observers wliVare partial to thrills have been painting a lurid picture: of'the" situation'that would arise should Governor. Cox Ohio win the Democratic nomination and take the flctrl In preslilenllai campaign against Senator Ilsnling of his own state, The men -have- been bitter political opponents Irr Ohio for many years, and it is thc presidential Mr. McAdoo In the estimation of ifact the assembly is, being hejd he President. the Jlolrten (Jatc. Tho Democratic National Convention of 1920 Is the "farthest, veil'' In history. This Is the first occasion on which the dele- gates have been asked to cross the Rocky. Mountains lo attend the gather- ing. St. Louis in former years was considered lo he pretty well West hut this time the committee has gone the western limit. Naughty! Naughty 11 Incidentally, it has been reported that a very large proportion ot tho eastern detonates, their way to San Francisco via Canada, with spe clal reference, to the city ot Montreal There is another rumor current to tho effect that they did not waste their tjme while In thc province of Quebec and that Mr. flryiin may smell some Ihlnk stronger than grapejulce on th< lircaths ot-nol a few of his colleague -if ho gels close.cnttagh, to them. GERMANY BEHIND IN COAL DELIVERIES PAFUS, June Is thre million Inns in arrears of her engage menls Hie delivery of coa Irt execution ot the ot Versa) les, according lo ;m interview wit Ixiuls printed'todays in th t'elfl'Parislen. that struggle "nar- row down to the Ohio sector ttiore will he "wlga on iho green1' In ea'rnfiEt. A Straw y.ote i A useful sMolffc'ht otj llifi Democratic situation was presented by the Liter- ary Digest recently, which held a poll on iho various camliflales prominently mentioned. The choice-of (hose vot- ing was In this order: William; (J. McAdco, President Governor Kdward I. Edwards of .Xew'Jorecy, William .1. llryan and' Governor Cox. According to the 'ijigeai figures Me- Adoo by votes, Edwards by .4I.S26, liryan by and Coi by The "dope" just at present is that the contest will be between and Governor dwellings provided by far the greatest nmnbrr of our firea; oyeh ol Ihesc flres is a potential and yet no ;iuthorily'oxl3ts' for n oomjiuhoiy Inflection of dwelling linuaes tor ,lite dangers. With such a ;coord a3 tho above, fire departments anil ilro s'pco.tors slimilrl bo vrtiviileil wilh such nutliority, anil tinplnycro" siionlil every nianner cilucalton In fire prevciillnn ammw 'heir pmploy REGINA EDITOR LEAVES RK01.VA, of the Itcgltiii Press' Club tendered complimentary banquet to Mr. an Mm. .lames fnilkshank. previous t their departure from this city to lak up their North Carolina. hns btiin (n Wilmington Mr. wh of tho Itegin leader for Hie two years, ha purchased an inicroftTlti o Wtlmlngto Kiddies' Sandals for Summer Lots of cool comfort for the kuklies and a very: definite in their shoe bills, all summer long. CanVas or leath- er uppers. All style? and pric- es up to a pair. All sizes. ASKTOBE W. J. Nelson Co.S.HOESFOR FITTED SHERLOCK BUIUDINQ ALL AGES leavy Increases in Taxation Will Be Necessary to Raise Revenue. ROME, Juno Meda, mla- sler ot the- treasury, announced In he chamber of.deputies yesterday that the revenue for tho fiscal year o! 1918-20 was estimated .at lire ami the'estlmated eipendi- .ure of lire, glus ilrc for extraordinary exponSl' ro. i in order lo meet this situation, Slg- nor Meda said, It would be necessary o increase taxation. Ho believed :hat the nsw financial measures prO' poseii, especially death duties, speed ly would produce good reaulls. He declared that he preferred not to lake Into account the indemnities provided for in the various peace treaties, be cause these should bo regarded as counter-balance to the foreign debt. The minister predicted that an Im pfovemgnt In the exchange situation would be beneficial but said that I this did.not occur speedily, It would be necessary to consider the posslbll fly ol making the wealthier classes pay for the cereal and transport sub- sidy which amounted to sli billion lire. IN TIRE FACTOKY PlllLAUKI.i'IIlA, June C president of the Vulcan Wei Tiro ami Iluhhcr company, and J Amey, lits assistant, wore killed early foday by the explosion ot ft drylni machine In Ihe company's factory o I'ottslown, Ha. Several employee injured and ranch damage iva done to the factory. Alter an sbscnco ot nearly yea the White Star liner Olympic ia soo to he restored to the New York Cherbourg and Southampton servlco. plenty of Pure; Wholesome Milk any time you want it surely do solve the problem "of a 1 plentiful supply of fresh milk when ypu buy, ST. CHARLES BRAND EVAPORATED MILK vith tlie cream left in in liberal quantities.' Many people "ire' buying it a case at a time or a dozen at a time and doing away altogether with the annoyance of being out of milk one day. or having too much the next. Bordcn's evaporated milk, with tlie cream left in, is rich, wholesome, pure, country milk from Canada's finest dairies. Sealed fresh ia sanitary tins and always ready when youwantit. For wtialtvtf you netdfnsh tttilk. use Burden 'i SI. Chatlts Afllk Don't ask for "BORDERS" THE BORDEN COMPANY, LIMITEU-. Canada's Rational Mjlk ;