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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUKI-; as, THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD, PAGE NINE From Front Page.) ol mercy 'for Armenia; and It 'a. sword for Mexico. It Is 'the, work of meu concerned, more witu 'inatprtal things than with. human rights. It con- tains no 'no, purpose, which ;can give Impulse "or. thrill to' who love'JRietty and h6po Id make the .world a cater and happier plaes-tfor the average, ._' He declared thatthe peace tlina" re- cord. pf the p.epqocralic; parly .March, .1813, outbreak of the 'world to Its 'credit "uloia'et- constructive, and remedial "leg- ialatiou thao the.' Republican party had plac'ed statute books In '1- thciijvar; tts' "We fought a great -great- cause and 'we had a loaijershlplhat carried America honor and power and glory has; ever known hefofe In' her, "Ije'tjlji.O" These great carried. lor ihe courage ,___ ,-Ople. All-iblajs (reely and gladly acknowledged, vb'u come yrhen, be- e'ai.c'uia'ted criticism an'i criticism an'i of the osio- to ciir.Stten Nature jn'lenil'jd-vvpme'n to be strong happy- as the day Is long instead- sick and wretched be healthy and; Happy iwhen- the whole riervou The trouble i. they attention to their social and household; Suites than they do toend pottpaid b; Limited. Pric'q'ltiOj: at 'all dealers or receipt by m 'A" T President Wilson's'two appeals hfr congress for legislation with profiteering, reduction of taxa- soldiers and -laws to im- I prove relationsi -of capital. lahor were Ignored, he declared, and "alter a year ot sterile debate our country has neither peace nor reconstruction.' rMallce Towards Wilson He dwelt particularly on attacks made'upon'the president. Malice fol- lowed him to the peaca table, ho said and widespread propaganda made II .returned from Paris to "make "a struggle 'for that which, had -been won at Incalculable cost. "This'meant wreck" of health sljknes.s for months on a he'd 'of, pain; an'd'worseyihe sickness of heart vihloh comes 'from' the knowledge that poll ,tlcal. adversaries' are .savagely de- stroying not merely the work ot men'b the world's hope ot Bet tied peace. This was the this Mr. Cummlngs continued that In one sense "it is quite Immaterial what peo pie'say about the president, Nothing can say can add or detract-from the fame that will flow down the un ending channels oE history." He cited the Republican and Pro gressivo platforms -of as par of the record placing- this country' tn favor of ihe league ot nations. "The Republican a vague promise "to establish anothe or a different form he said. "There Is no mental dlshonestj more, transparent tha'ri'.that which ex presses fealty to'a league ot naiions opposing the only' league-lha exists ever .apt A Nice-Quartette, luiiqnary.. Russia, and': the "Unllbc "Jt-is'not yef too late'. Let'us sfani .wlttf civilizatlpi.; Tbj :.It, Democratic1 parly's league ot nations, with its program b [peace, disarmament and world frater jnity, and the Republican party's pla- form oC repudiation, provinctallsn militarism and world chaos." It is.not reservations that the presl dent stands against, said Mr. Cum mings, but nullification.' He told how President IVJIson had published th tentative text of the league covena'n widely in 1919, asking for criticism and receiving suggestions from U'aft, lushes and others that were "actually! ucorporated Into the revised draft oj the league." Senator Lodge, he Bald, reroeed ro tier constructive amendments at any ime. "go Intolerant wa> hit he would not eten consider a compromise proposed br tormer Pro- ident TaEt of hit own party aod which "was aisured 'of support of 40 lemocritio senators. Senator Lodge :new that he controlled the senate and that in his own time and way he would destroy ine treaty. Sordid Story of Defeat "This Is the'sqrdld story of Its de- Cummings, after reviewing he senate's action In the nutter. "No blacker crime against clvlljution has ever soiled the'pages of our history. The last chapter was written at Chi- ago." the true purpose of'our parly be clearly understood.' be said In con' eluding his address. "We stand square: y Eor the same .-ideals ol peace, as boso for which the war was (ought; We support without.flinching the only feasible plan, for peace and Justice.5 We will-not submit to tile repudiation of the peace treaty or to any process by which it Is whittled down to the vanishing point. We com- promise our principles or pawn our mmortal souls 'for selfish purposes. We do yot, turn our backs upon the JiBtory ot tha last' three years. We seek no.avenuQtOf retreat. We insist Lhat tile'forward course Is the only -ighteous course. "Wo seek to re-establish tho fruits ol victory, to reinstate the good faith of our country, and to{ restore rightful place among the nations of tha earth Our cause constitutes 2 summons to duty. The heart ol Amer- ica stirs again. Tlie'anclent faith re- vives. The Immortal part ol man speaks for us. The. services of the past, the sacrificesJof 'war.v the bope of constitute a spiritual force gathering ab'pfft our tanners. We shall rele.ise again Ib.c checked forces pE .clyillzatUjn aid America shall take up once more-the leadership of .the world." .Bryan's Profiteering plank SAN commissions, 'similar- to the United States federal trade commission' .to prevent are a feature of a.plank on profiteering proposed by riv J. Bryan; as "follows: i .The'- Deraoc'ratlc party pleages the natlonrto rid '.it of the: profiteers and iq against their return. It wilKendeavor. eliminate all un- nec.essary; m iddle'men 'by the.- ed cour- among pro- ducers that will bring those who. sell and use, nearer together; it wlll-'-enact and- enforce laws-that will .excessive charges -.Ijy as-vjare necesEary. It will' flef corp- -who connected the. is in town Thetlolid ys. AT all summer lakes in .the trouf shreamt, paddling and when you are "just lolling 'round" CHUM fj the holiday imoke. The happiest recollections of summer are iisiqciaied With OLD CHUM Tobacco. It is an old, old favorite with evevy tmoker who loves great out-doors. Canada's Favorite Pipe Tobacco alio put up in pound lino for week-end and holiday trips. looking up members of vhere the paia is, it acts as a tonic to the tortured nerves and almost invariably, bringi quick relief. Its healing, intiseptic qualities can always .be.relied upon to prevent in' .other serious results, from sprains, bniises, cuts, burns, bitej and -stings.'.' Just as good, too, for tore feet, stiff neck, frost bites, cold kores and canker sores. 9 Get it from druggists for 30 cents. If hot satisfied return the bottle a get your money back. Ever 'constipated or have sick Just try Wizard Liver Whips, jhlea'sant litlie pink pills, 34 Hals, guaranteed. -.HUNGARIAN CABINET RESIGNS -VIENNA, June Sluugarian ministry has resigned, according to a telephone dispatch from and. it Is reported. Count'Albert Anon- yl, former premier, is head -of A'ncw coalition government." The Only Dessert ofTWsKiRd There -fte nomerons forms of quick gelatine desserts. But Jiffy- jell is the only one with the real- fruit flavors sealed in glass, They crush the fruit, condense the juice and seal it. A botlle of the liquid fruit essence comes in each package of Jiffy-Jell. In a moments time you can prepare a delicious fruit dessert. Sugar is used in saccharine. And' real-fruit flavors m place of artificial. It give you a new. conception5cf these de- lightful dainties. Jiffy-Jell is often used in place of jam, Additional sugar may used to suit the tasle Youth and TTHERE is no time in wom- an's life that she cannot benefit by the use of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food in order to keep up the; supply of pure, rich blood arid to ensure a healthful condition of the nervous system. Headaches, neuralgia, eltapless- ncss, nervous spells, irritability, tired, worn-out feelings, soon pear when the vigor and. energy, of tho nerves art restored by the of this grcit food cure. M ctotn for J2.75, ill JStttt Co., Lta.', Toionto, "delictous freshing" mean the most. THE C6CA-C6LA COMPANY WINNIPEG Made in THE UNIVERSAL RECORD Music and the Summer Home STA.RR-GENNETT Records will be played in summer homes from Halifax to Vancouver. The June list includes ideal selections for your moonlight dance or when the ypiing people gather. Why not take your phonograph along and ask your St' to send the like? Starr- Gennettsare "universal" in more than one may be played on any phonograph. i l A Summer List itiorih Wailing for t (Pat Trol) 9025A ed by played (1.00 Letbbridgc ;