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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LCT1IBIUDGE DAILY HERALD, i FRIDAY, MAY li, 1920 Americans Lay Aside Business This Year to Elect a President vice commission toda-.r.' llo is a re- turned soldier. Uinrcwco Barker. Victoria, B. O., !e appointed Indian at the Hob- j beam aseney, British Columbia. He Is ft roturaixl soldier. 1 J. H. (rOode-rbaui, a returned soldier at Glelcien, Alta., is to bo Indian at the Blacktool agency lit Al- Conventions in June, RcpubK- S can at Chicago, and Uemo- cratic at San Johnson Boom Causing Con- servative Republicans Some Candidate of Hyphenated German and Irish American Crowd, And Has Support of Lenine Radicals. dates to whom their are litowise op-, his standard the remainders of the posed, but strength alarms It-Id Caniian-Ameriuan Aliiauev. like- thorn. but In strength iv... the iwlaimition service of somo states ah the srecia! chamn ms of ,h c[ at Col- L'sidcnt ;tud do and also mdicals and bvrta. Howard J. Jlclx-au o! Oalsary, j-ak-r hydromelric of Uia rociaimition service ot surd caiididittos for presMen vicc-iirosideui have their opportunity dupes who regard as a great. for notoriety. Hven iu Oregou. statesman. Finally, he has tho vo- :b people hare sought perhaps more con- j cifervus- endorsement of Hearst, who KBW YORK. May Cana- dian year in overy four, thanks to tlie rigid terms of its con- stitution, the United States must lay aside- less important business, nod elect a President and a Vice-president. This being the year, the American people are nt present deeply with elections. to express the prevailing opinion a party on great public questions, on the leagtie of nations, for iuttaaco. Yon can rote for ft candidate- but not for a principle. "Ttere is something ly unreal, as there is something po- tentially dangerous, in this fiute of primaries. iruKi- cieiuiy condemns it. however, is that it decides nothing. After all the time and effort and money expended, after the creation of anfmcrsitws and irrita- tious, it is clear that tho primaries year'is a phrase m the Umwd Wales ,Ws year ,o lmle means more tea tho rear dunns nothing. The national conven-1 xhich a new president .s chosen, j tions ;rill {o ia m Bluntly and seriously than those o! i maXM iiulo secret of the t'ai-t that he 1 any other state to improve yolrtk-at ho'.'M Senator Johnson will be deleiu- ruichinory, tbere is absolutely no varied in Chicago, and that in Ms Irrlta- TRAGEDIES (Weekly He stepped on Iho throttle to see it be coald beat the train to the cross- He couldat. He struck a match to see It hts Basolino tank was enip'.y. and'carries aa order of eitreiuel It wasn't, radicalism. Durinc the remaining I Ho patted a strange- bulldog on tho n-evks of the pre-conveution campaign head lo see if the critter was aftoc- these things will come more and more Uoaate, to public attentiOTi, and the fact will .He wasn't. tiou he will consent to bead a third party. "In the main the Johnson candidacy if flarortti with two kinds of hyphen- not uninslriK'ted rum tc- it." delegates to prelumnsr.ps ot the tbelr of the many ireebom citizens who j think the laantle should upon them, practically tho entire year Is to pollfics. from February. some stnies pick their conven- (tfon delegates, until November, when Hhe actual presidential voting is held. Conventions in June Candidates for president and vice- president are actually selectc-0 ni na- tional party conveiriicms. This year Iheso will be held in June, the He- Pubjjccti convention at Chicago and Sr.n rYrmciKO tto .'Delegates to heso c motion, arc to ri.v f at specral party pnmar'es ncW convention there will be delegates who never couM hare bec-n elected if the principle of party integrity had been maintained. It is a reproach to the American political intelligence that so much o' comody, of trickery and of illusion should attach to what is sup- posed to bo a concultatlon and indiea-1 tion of 'the people's will.' It has fall-' ed it ought to be abol- i ished." Majority Uninstructed, Tho results uf the urimaries alrca-1 of Greatest U. S. City World's Greatest Encour- lo Immorality. M to Jhe n NEW YORK. May >ia- lone, In the court of general Er-Fsions i today, denied a motion to dismiss the i indictment against Police Inspector are delegates-at-largu. while tho othew .are district delegalee. This makes up LOGO delegates 10 ba'cfi national How Delegates are The system under which the various Elates operate in solectiirg their dele- to the i coaverHJon-s IB uy no means There are almost as many -raiistiona I to tbe primary iaws as there are states tho -republic. In some states, such He looked tiovro toe r-i-.rrol of a guu tu syo if Jt was leaded. It was. He touched an electric wire to see if it was alive. II was. lie said he would not bond his clerk because he thought he was honest. He u'asn'l. fifteaa fishlrig boais have been sunk in the straits of Gibraltar by a furious hurricane nosv ras'mg. can voters of that state, -hut won only: nesses, in pressing tho motion to dis- by z. nose from -Leonard miss, declared that the far-flu'jg Ten-1 "Wood. In Illinois Governor Frank G. derloin, with-a floating population of' Lowden did better, defeati'ug General Wood by a pluralKy of voles. In Maasachusetts Governor Coolidge is tho tentative choice of the Itepub- lican delegation, but it is known to favor second said, AYood strongly for ohoice. So the story- goes. The Johnson Boom, In the meantime, the press in gen- era! is remarkiug the efforts of tho offered :he greatest cncou.-- agement to immorality in tho whole world. "Why, there are 10.000 offenses be- ing committed, at this very ho ew Jorsar and 'OSito, tho voters as candidate. In other stales the dele- Kates are uninstructed. "Many states have not adopted tHo primary system in electing delegates lo the- presiden- tial corrrentions, relBlning the older oonTenUon plan, which roughly cor- responds to the method of choosins parliamentary candidates in Canada. District convections are held throush- out the state, and district dclegiites the national convention urc select- j 'fed. Theu a siaie convetiiioii is nud at the d el egates-at-large are I :-named. NeW York's "Big for1 example, Trero chosen at a state COD.- Terrtion at Albany. Alternate dele- gutcs-al-large are also selected. It la sign p! the times that this year i quite a fnrmbor of .ilelosates to CSl- f caso and 'San Francisco are women. Party Riiles Differ. i Al the Republican nstionel conren- tion a majority rote is pufficirat to nominate a presidential candidate, bat fat the Democratic convention a two- l- thirds Vcrte is required: It often hap- I'pens that the "instructions" under. f a proportion of Uio delegates j I come to tho nsaombly go for-Both ing, 1 and a dark horse is picked upon on I-tho second or third ballot. In fact ttia "whole primary in decVared by many influential ilh regard his future jitans and intentions probably will bo made iirst to a gathering ot Unionist members ot both As the senate adjourned until after Mftjr 24, there Is satd to be likelihood of the caucus beiug de- ferred uulll after that time. J. D. and his Riving their addren ta Windsor, wore ar- rested in an empty house in vrfth ITTO suitcases hall o! whiskey. W10 EAT Avoid Indigtrtton, Sour Acid Stommch, Heartburn On Stomach, Etc. Everything For The Sunday Dinner MUTTON, VEAL, PORK, BEEF We Sell Libby's Sweet Pickles in Bulk at 40c per pint DON'T FORGET WE HANDLE ALL KINDS OF COOKED MEATS FOR WASHING DAY Roast Pork, Veal Loaf, Petted Meat, Oatmeal Bologna, Wclnners, Etc. All put up In our own kitchen. BRUNTON HOOKER Thirteenth Street North and practically fpnns of ssy siedici! au- thorities, me due nine times cot Un lo an eicoas ot hydrochloric In tie ztoawch. Chronic "idd rtom- ach" ta eicaedlnsly danseroao and sufferers ttould do either of two Uiicsc. Hilher they can go an a Hotted acd often dieajn-eable Jiet, aroSdies foods lhat dUngreo wttli that IrrlUito (he and lead to eicess acid, secretion or. they can M thoy wlthib reason and make U practice to counteract the effect of the harmful add and the forr uiition cf Ets, sourness or lure fermentation by the of a lit- tie rftEUrated at their mea'.i. Hera Is probably no better, safer or more reliable stomach anttecld than iitsurateti ind ti is irldcly for (his purpose. It hM no direct action on the stomach and is not a dieestent. But a twspoontul of tho powder or a couple of five grain taMcts taken' in a IHtlo water with tlie fooo" will neutrally excess aclrfity whldi may bo presenl and pre- vent Its further formation. This rc- (he whole cause of tho troublo and the meal digests naturally hcaltlifully without naed of pepcln pills or artificial digcstents. Get a. ounces of HsuraUd Mas- nesli from any rolL-ibki drugeist. Ask for cither powder or tablets, ft never coniQG'as a liquid, mHk or rjtrctd anil in the bisarated form te not a laxa- tive, 'fry this plan and eat -what, you want al your nort meet and Ko If this isn't, the best advwe you erer hail on "what to COOL SUITS FOR HOT Summer one. Hot day. after another. Some are hotter than oth- ers, but it's a "cinch .bet" that they aie ail going to be hot enough. You'll think of shedding those heavy, clothes on these If you wear one of these light- Aveight fabrics. You'll think less of the heat, We have just received a shipment of these light-weight all-wool suits. There are light and dark shades in smart'form- fitting styles for'Young Men, more con- servative slyles for Older Men. .MODELS FOR EVERY FIGURE to fadeless SHIRVTS SHIRTS lliesc are vestless days. There will be many occasions when you 'will want to shed your coa'.. shirts you buy now-wiH be much in evidence-; "Arrow Sliirts" smartness of tailoring, arjd design that reflects the wearer's discrimination; in apparel. They are cut generously full, stripes are perfectly matched at .cuffs: and front, clear pearl buttons, button .holes reinforced, in cverj' detail of the 'Arrow" Shirt breathes quality. Shown in cool, crisp patterns for1 summer wear, SILK TO LOUIS KEEL OLIVER BLOCK 318 FIFTH STREET ;