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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHTEEN THIS IMILK JIUHAUJ lUiU Administration Oppressive, Says .New York Big Poll of Socialists in November. NEW yOHK. attack cu Hillqult, elected temporary chairman of the Socialist national convention at its opening session here today. In bis speech, which was regarded r.s the kfynote address of the coavvn- lion. Mr. HillQiilt. one-time candidate Cor ihs New York mayoralty, predict- ed that tbo parly would survive the concerted anack, "unparalleled in ferociousness and lawlessness1' made on it in the last year by "sH iho pow- ers of darkness and oppression in the country." Claiming that Mr. Wilson eU'Ct- ed because "one-halt of the Socialist party ticket cast their votes for Mr. Hillqult launched into u severe OF. AMUNDSEN'S FINAL TRIUMPH OR DEFEAT tates the administration of President attack on tho Vnlted Sta son and a prediction that the Socialist-------------------- party would poll more than two mil-] "Use a doughnut cutter lien tin: lioa'votes iu the 19-0 presidential! you maXo cookies and you wi! campaign, were ruatio today by nice jumbles. c IORRECT ft is as essential to as it Is to comfort. Onyx Shoes are sola dealers recognize flie absolute heces- sit? of a proper fit. Make certain of enduring com- fort and style qualits) insisting upon Ortyx Shoes. Tnus will obtain me proper fitting service goes -v5im fliem. K Sold in SM better boot stores flirsugKout Canada J.H.DE WOLFE LETHBFUDGE FVom the Alan Islands the Norwegians plan to sail east and north until they strike Ihe current, thought by tho explorer Nansen to flow across tho North Pole.'Tho "Maud" will he allowed to drift as hy the airow. lines indicate .limmdEen's proposed route to Grant Land or Melville Ishuid, alter he- has visited Iho Xorth At -these voints are huge of supplies of canned meats, dry cholocatej imd fat Tno distance across tho circle is miley. Ings as regrettable and the methods of opposition of the Literals as an unmistakable confession ot weakness. Comment on Old Counlry Poli- tical Faction? Fighting. LOXDOX, May Canadian As- sociated press and poli- ticians are emphatic in the view that the Liberal party conflict means an irrevocable split iu the Liberal party. There is a disposition to regard the msano asylum, having children under Uio ago of 13 years and who ia unable to take -jimpor cure of the-m through lack of funds, may apply for assistance under this aci. Tno amounts granic-u io these en vary according to tho elze of the family and other circumstances sur rounding them, each case bciuj with oa its own merits from tlio par ticulars received b7 tliis deparimen In EMn cllitatc our work tut tho building wo are now !u has tho possibilities, nud we bavo plenty of and big hopes for the We wish that every man and wom- en in Letlrbrldgo- would uud see our place and letter ed vrtii the -work vro are trying to do. .t is your wori. for only out your has it been possible for us o eo ou. TYo wolcomo your crit'clsm it comes to us direct. It hurts frn it CCQUE-S through other chan- nels. We arc told occasionally that help people who do cot it, and -wo do know of two <-ases we 'irere Imposed upon Iu the last r, ljut ixirtics the luiounts expended ou. them through the polico department. During Fast jvar we lost through re- moval from 4iio city our honored pres- ident and the founder ot this worfc in LoUAridge, Mrs. O. W. RoSjinson, Her dearest Interests TWO the district nursing and the saving ot the bshli's and littia children. !n tnaiing Robinson our honorary president ive llko to feel ihat she is still connected with our work. In closing I Jo thank Mrs. Stafford (sur new president) and the board for their coordination and their j confidence, the mayor P.nd cummis- j 5icners for the splendrd support they have oK-ays .given us, tho Herald for its "Goodtellows1 iund" al Chirstmos and coutinued courtesies throiijiiout the year, tao doctors TrtUi whom we nr? 90 closely associated in caring the the Rotary club, the department of the city and also the provincial police who hare helped to locate needy families ia the country. BU-; liaiinc turacd over to us the lulcs tf clothing rent them tor this pur- rose, I'lX'peratcd with us in thi tribution them. To every private citizen who has in any way contribut- ed to iht? maintenance- of tho Mis-s.on worS we are indeed grateful, and'as- siire you of our ef-forts for the future. (Sigaed) A. M. TILO-ETT, Superintendent A n. There now 2S present situation as eren moro