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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQE PUUH LBTHBH1DGE DAILY HERALD SO, 1919 letbbrioe and tHE LETHBRIOQE HERALD PHINT- COMPANY, LIMITED HI Street South, Lithtridgi W A. Buctiir.in dud Torrsnee Bulnen Uiaaiu TELEPHONES Offic. Offw. Audit Eurtau of Clrculatfcnl deiiyered, per wealc.......I IMIlv. per jtw ......fT.Sil bj pall, per ly, by mrll, per ......f br peryeir to U.S..IWO Deles ot eijl.-y c! saeicrlplloai Qtrij 4aJly.cn address UtrtL Accept UCO et'pspera after eipirattc-a flats il tiir'ijthoriiy lo coatloue sab- CANAOA'S NATAL DAY. As if EDms ma the erents cl a with significant itcr baud bad staged great tvorld drama, appropriateness tie day on. which the peace that ended t trasic was signed Is within eauirig distance vi wu'ch marks ths bfrth of our Dominion. In the re- turrips period of time the one will be the. precursor of the other, form- ing'a coromon association. Coming as it Great Day ot Peace.-as it be known hereafter, sheds the rays of which will serve to show the path which from year to year, as -Dominion Day comes round, E nation is reminded of its naikinhopn -will have to tread. H will path has been hewn blood and sacrifice. Countless hivefSaHen In the gfea't-tasK- They lell with'V-ablime conrage fighting for the ijf ideals Tfilch go irltb: true nationhood. So ihe Domin- ion Days'of the future trill carry with them-a' reminder of the Great "War. In tie BUint we i ecognize Hal remind- er it will be well or ill for .Canada Day-signifies'a. confeder- ation of the provinces in one great commonYealth It establishes the I kith f nd tin of the people who in- habit a rast territory, binding them tpselher linto orje. common purpose for of .the whole. This k the meaning whi'chTJuly the 1st car- TiesT This year it comes .to a nom- loion has emerged 'gloriously from the rack of'-'four years of war. In cqmmrm with the rest of jhe Fon- pire, Canada has reaped.tie sheaves of victory It remains tor her to see ftst tiey are garnered to fte iest advantage. men and women, of Dominion by a unity of sentiment tb.al the atrocities and toe inhuman- ities thai dL-srieed the Geriuan (Ins curing the war were endorsed by Ihe people at large. A nation that hail any conception ot what hccorable warfare .means, would, In the loathlat of methods for which they did not consider theui- ;elres srimerUjr resnonjiWe. hive jttB only too wllltes to amends or -irast their .eiders hid done. There 13 Dotting of this lu the Iff- man mini. If it had own there it eeuld not but be a reiliii'-tioa thtt with all that tsd lafccn ptecs taere must be R hear? rerionins In all that iuslice demands. The spirit in wtU'h the Peace Treaty was signed removes anything of compaction for thwe have to accept the tarns. It that the GtrewsB hive not yet renllMd Ihe griTity and the heinousnass of iher wore the authors. I! this was estly resilwd. then a logical psople would hire no to mats walast terras that wore, if any- thing, iasdeciuite to the Just retribu- tion that to be ciactad. Tiie Allies In their peace terms have been moderate. These tarns are lijlit In retard to what the German! would hate Imposed had they the dic- tating of tho same. They have boen patient to a degree in giving the con quered the extension oJ time iff not been appreciated In ths-desrei lhat what, under the circumstances are humane terms have not bsen so re- garded. The Germans in the parleying with the terms of the peace havo shown that. Ui ey, have cot yet accepted de- feat. The only cure for such a stub- torn spirit Is the full insistence that the bond that hes been signed will be till filled to the letter. THE OF CLEAN SP'QP.T. In big program' of amateur sport for Dominion tEe has been one jnd purpose we have stamped the rep utation that Dominion among-our sister nations and among the nations of ihe world The-Dominion of Can- ada has to-day a name that holds a place of honor second to none of those whose banners bayo treen upheld by It is a heritage for Uose lhat will come alter. Dominion Ttey following Peace Day, as the year. bv will serve to keep Ibis ever in'mico. Trs Dominion of Canada will be cel- ebrat'nS Ihe anniversary of its blrlli- df> on Tuesday. It is. a day which As ushered In auspiciously in the sign- ing of the Peace Treaty. On the other sand It comes at a period of internal unrest nnrivalled 1n tie history of the Dominion. With' ibis unrest there fa the ganger that we may be robbed ot the trulis 'of victory. It remains for (be people of to lealue this and, with a! spirit of co- operation, to conquer the OoTernment. Mrs. Fonule Karri was killed when tlio auto in iThlch sho -.PUS rid- ing was struck by a H.G. IJ car at :hb Red Hill cros-rine, near Hsuillton. For tho first time in 25 years tho ,rt annual Vwavenllon ol the Brother- lood of Railway Trainmen la to ho held in Canada. At the inqneat Into the death .of Blair Belllvcau, >vho at Mouo- ton, K. R, tpeeiiway, the evltleuca showed that doatb maine due to pto- Hlrry Hortk, wa POLICIES BECAUSE It U a Mutual Company; all profits belong; to-the -policy- holders' BECAUSE' all its policies are parKc'callng at rafts, lower than- 4ny other company in the world BECAUSE your.family needs BECAUSE delay Is'dangerous; you may not be able lo get one to 5j (fi; of thn lenui, lo to their view that Jifee neither responsible tor lie actions of hands was jJWBCTtlon of the war. lit (ailed, and stamped the truth In apite of Ihs signing Treaty, there will Bllll the "Watch on the But It to a different tune. IDA received her baptism Rt tho school in Twelve -Jlile Coylee. With the number of her sponsors she shonld into a wall cared for It clearly shown that the farmers In Southern Alberta aro unarHmous on the question of irrigation. The con- yarafon of tbc farmers of Barons puls tbla bejoiid doubt, Saturdar- J'ine the WES'B fated day for! the' }ltins and a "fateful day for humanity. In the measure will guard .against losing the frcita of vltlory, That ttts is very irtttr. Here la one lhat will fij, is a.styllah and will be comfortable to wear> It bas a heel, which rashes walWr.S Widths A td ,......S9.00 ASK TO BE FITTED. i SHOES FOR ALL AQE9; Co. SHEHLOOK BLOCK 7lh STREET STORE Good Looks and Knitted into Fine appearance and durability are knitted right into Buster Brown Stockings. Our employees have haij years: of special training in knitting Buster Brown hosiery; We use extra-long yarn., We spin it be sure it's right. We designed these stockings with a two-ply lei> and three- ply heel and stand the hard usage of the Because all these things, Buster IJrown Stockings tire harder wearing. They make fewer trip's to the mending basket. They cost less in the end. Special attention is, given their appearance, too. They, are exceptionally well-made and well-fitting. Try your boy with a pair and his opinion. Ask your dealer for "Buster hosiery. -Sold everywhere. BUSTER BROWN'S SISTERS STOCKING Brown'l Btotti loi Alrla U tin nod iritta price. A ,Tm, fink, The Ghtptnan-Iloiton Knitting Limited Hamilton, >1to at Wdlind BROWN ;