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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1920 THE LETJTBRIPGE TMTLY HERAID, PAGE P5LKVEN N.Y. Paper Opposed to Proposed Wheat Embargo .NEW YORK..NOV. Canadian on foot in tho Vntted have embargo placed on Canadian wheat Imports ii a medium of Increasing tho domestic price ot wheat received adverse com- ment In the World this morning. Tie newspaper tayE; "It mutt be assumed that in appeal- Ing'to Washington for ah embargo on Imports of wheat from Canada, the Chicago Board of Trade Is anlmtted by the purely altruistic puriinse heloing the growers of Kansas and round-about to corner wheat and hooet tho farm profit rather Shan of helping Itself to an old-time corner for the boneflt of Its own crowd. "Nevertheless, tho uttor' futility of ____._ Rerjulates the Liver this effort oaght to be as apparent to-the Kansas farmer as It must be tb'.the Chicago' speculator. This co'uuiry is still a producer of beyond its oirii needs. The price Is accordingly fixed not at home bat In the outside niarkota where the exportable surplus goes. Canada has this year grown a wheat crop so large to leave over bushels for export and this surplus will directly or Indirectly fall upon the Liverpool wheat market and affect the price 'or United States as well as.for Canada Just aa certilnlj- whsiher it 'is first sold In the United StaUs or first cent to Europe., an embargo as IB asked for can havo nc more, effect.In raising.the Kansas or Chicago price of .wheat than thE damming up of Behring Strait could raise.or .lower the depth of the Arctic or Pacific ocean. "Tho Federal Trade" Commission solcmnl> at uork on on Canadian wheat imports in'response to the embargo appeals of the Chicago Board of Trade. Tho commission should be able.-to find .'more useful waya ot employing Its time." QUEBEC, Nov, 'Canadian al a luncheon here yesterday in honor of deputy ministers of education from the western and i maritime provinces who attended the I educational conference recently he.ld I in Taschereau led the visiting ministers and superin- tendent to take caretul stock of .the parochial schools and professional in- Etitutlons which he claimed were jhuildlng up character and developing high Ideals In the French Canadian race and eo strengthening tbe whole social fabric of Canada, He declared that separate school system .worked out inos.t harmoniously: Speeches were also mado by fl. F. Dlackwell of SaskBtchewan; Dr. Mac- Nova Scotia; 'J. T. Koss, Al- herta; R. Fletcher, Manitoba, Hon. J. Cote of .'Alberta and otbers. John Elliott, manager of Standard Bank at! Belleville, tendered his 14th annual- banquet to the Belleville Cheese Board and dairymen of the district--: BAKING POWD THAT DID will make a man of BOVRIL is concentrated nourishment. It gives strength of body, strength of mind, and strength of character. i Its body-building power has been independently proved to be ten to twenty time's the amount taken, That is why Bovril is so valuable for invalids.fine! during convalescence. It nourishes, and makes other foods nourish as they r 1IU.S. entiment Frlendiy to Harding and Attitude Towards League of Nations leading LONDON, NOT. ritish provincial newspapers con- der the cjenjlou, of Senator Harding tlio" preslOency .as an iiullcatlou t'.ths Urecl of what e jbujnals call. "one man rulj." ic Liverpool Post siys: "Senator urdjug goes Whito Hous-c as e representative of a profound Be- ef. long'matiiri.ig the larger .ft .of the that Wllsonlsm alien to American traditions and at America would entangle her- If'-. In the aSairs of distracted urope." This newspaper, eipresses the opin-' n'that'the election ot Senator Hard- g does not mean antagonism lo the eagiie. ot Nations and believes that iiaerlcaSI' searching In her heart of earls'-for some method of achieving e: august purpose of tho covenant hich she can approve without mis- vln The Tbrkshire Post considers It a lOd-thing that the" United Stales ected the candidate It did. -'.'Senator Harding'B aim, at least, Is ready denned; he wishes to help the orld honorably do with "the approval ;of'congress and itho'ut compromising American Inter- tho "newspaper. "We' hejieve '-we.- Interpret European iwell'as It idds, when'we'say. that'an American gov- Timent stands for iU own gantry .'flrst, for all time 11 ho understood :and appreciated In is bld'world of-ours-which has lost s .'illusions and is no longer in a ood strain, after visionary The Manchester Guardian save: The main political motive for the by general assent, dislike of Wilsonlsra and ot love ot Harding and his parly. marks a change frpm ihoso weeks in tho utumn of 1918 when the malerlal ower''of .America; was deciding the prld war and her foremost mind was Bailing i the.-world tdwa'rds such might'have given tran- convalescent world, In- eod of the present, world's lare of iltes, greeds and .suspicions between atlons and disunion Inside each ot icin. The soiled, old world f international p'plitlcs, seemed to be ri''the eve .of. redemption on the day when tho news, ecnie-that Germany would surrender :.on the has! of on'sTourleen "In what proportions a wnnt of ynamlc genius Irij.president i Wilson an irredeemable'and a vlciqusness f spirit In other politicians contrihut-'darkfin that opening prospect.w'e annot tell yet. It-is gone now Surope Is snarling, 'grabbing and ockeylne In the old.slime, while al! he remaining effect of Wllsqnism In imerica is the decision -.of the presl entlal. election by an- overwhelming balance of public antipathy to; it. The lory ia-t'mii ot one o' the most pitiful of; all .failures In the execution ask nobly; conceived." CLEANLINESS 13 HEALTH By the use of Gillett's Lye. house cleaning fe made a pleasure instead of drudgery. It softens the water and cleans thoroughly whether the dirt is visible or invisible. Destroys ail bacteria. and infectious germs, removes obstructions from drain pipes, closets, sinks, etc. Refrigerators are made delightfully fresh and clean by using one teaspoonful of Gillett's Lye dissolved in two gallons of water. LYE EATS Made in Canada, BARN ATVSWEET GRASS BAIRY.JS DESTROYED SWEET GRASS, 'Nor.' at the Morning Dew dairy (arm owaed liy John a barn valued at a horse; 500 bushels ot oats and other feed; .150 bushels of seed wheat; a new wind mill; 60 chickens; ono hog; two new sets harness, worth J200, and over worth of furniture belonging to Frank Hend- rlcks. Mr. Powers carried no Insur- ance. SUGAR CONTROL REMOVED WASHINGTON, Nor. last vestige of government control of sugar In the United States his been removed through signature of President1 Wll- son of a proclamation providing rOTOcatron November 15, of U held by wholesalers, refiners, ers and Importers. Prof. w. B. McNeil of QmmY University has been appointed Regis trar, succeeding C. Y. Chown. Farmers at Prince Albert Think' They Must Not Display Any Favoritism PRINCE ALBERT, Nov. pro- tracted discussion'as to whether the grain gro-.vers' association of. Saskat- chewan should enter tho political Held In that province was precipitat- ed when the convention ot District 12 met today. An adjournment was taken at 11.30 to meet and .welcome the Hon. T. A. Crorar at at .the Avonuo hotel. the discussion of the resolution (6r entry Into'' provincial politics there appeared to lie a good deal of difference of opinion though the setitlment seemed to he ahoiil evenly divided. A number at the delegates argued .that they could not.1 maintain an of Independence If they continued to favor ono party by re- maining out of the province where that party was In power, J. D. Jlnssolman made a vigorous speech afyilnst the proposal of cnlor- Ing tho provincial field. He pointed out thnl the provincial Issues were now. separate and distinct from fed- eral ones. Premier Martin having di. Yrtrcec) himself from activities In the. federal arena. Mr. Mussclman said thai liny attempt to enter tho pro- jvlnclaV field In Saskatchewan nt the I present only split the es- cqclatlon1 If (here was no rallying Is- sue In provincial politics at present. He suggested that tho resolution be dropped. v Eventually the resolution entry Into provincial politics 'was withdrawn and ono s1 bstitnlcrl con- demning "10 provlncla executive for failure to draw up a ovlnclal plat- form In accordance wl i instructions fssiiod nt tho annual ccjvonUoii, waa carried by a largo majority. A resolution advocating that divi- sions be created throughout the Do- minion from which senatorial ap- pointments must bo made, was car- rfed. A resolution was also tmss'c.d de- manding tho reinstatement o( tho wheat- board under the. direction of JM old chairman and Tlce-chalrmarL Big Discount Sale Continues AH This Week We are very busy felling Coats, Fun, Petticoats and Fancy Waists. Vi Cut Prices At Hiis Store Mean a Big Saving to the Buyer WOMEN'S PLUSH COATS WOMEN'S FUR TRIMMED COATS WOMEN'S ALL CLOTH COATS MISSES' CLOTH COATS .WOMEN'S JERSEY CLOTH DRESSES WOMEN'S DUCHESS SATIN'DRESSES WOMEN'S TAFFETA SILK PRESSES WOMEN'S GEORGETTE WOMEN'S TR1COLETTE DRESSES WOMEN'S SERGE DRESSES WOMEN'S TRICOTINE DRESSES GIRLS'SERGE AWD DRESSES WOMEN'S GEORGETTE WAISTS WOMEN'S CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS WOMEN'S WHITE VOILE WAISTS WOMEN'S SERGE SKIRTS WOMEN'S TWEED SKIRTS WOMEN'S SILK SKIRTS WOOL SWEATERS GIRLS' WOOL SWEATERS WOMEN'S SILK PETTICOATS WOMEN'S MOREEN PETTICOATS WOMEN'S HEATHER BLOQM PETTICOATS: Piece.Silks, fine wool Dress Goods, Corsets, Silk Underwear, Down Quilts, Cotton Filled Quilts, Pillows, Pure Wool Blankets, and by the pair. BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS ALL THIS WEEK. Silk Hosiery rrr only Heather Wool Hose Now, pair HOLEPROOF SILK HOSIERY Now, NATURAL SHANTUNG SILK Regular Now only, WHITE HABUTAI SILK Reg. yard. Now, The Simpson Co. Limited ;