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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta --r-llF.RALu' lure of WheafyConirol-A j iblliiy cwaLruciiuR a tunnel under English Channel. unH-ladei! Its i i.ioq. Ambition of Deposed Officers of the Old Dis- Iricl IS CALGARY. Aus- "r'h'e miners of District IS will OTTAWA. Aul. l.-ln ot serious situilloii vitli rvgard 10 (or livestock Inal has arisen In cer- tain I'Uts of the provinces owine to the drought, it has RECINA. SasV.. AUS. loday poinls out t-ounVil, Issued in nheal control al Ottawa, room slieclllStifU ill "f and suljluitlcJ a rrj favorable to Ino project. M. Claveillo ins lulhoriiej Iho French company which holds Ihe concession (or ilia lirfiutl to proceed wIlL French eiperi- nldils vlili the latest piercing uiiiclv luery.' M. davelllo has wrlllen to Stephen Pichon, the foreign suggest- ing ihe formation of a Krant-o Knglislv commission lo reach Rn aRveeuu'nl a viow to bulldio; the tunnel. body of a man commuted suicide in Ihe river at Oraml Midi.. recovered when his wood en leg. ictinp; as a. buoy, thrust iisel: abov'e the water. fuse the offices m to t Sis tereg the decWon of tie eiecu Ute boanl. ThU Ihe. slMsmul naSs by Ed Drowne. setreury. on Thursday nigh1, "d noiitkaUoa ol (bin will'ts mttt to tie- inlemations. eonml'lee this The policy S committee and the tfstrlot encnllve iliard ot Ili6 miters are Etlll In iloa and here not yet concluded their 1 They dwlded on Tnurs- (o form into a district boird of 1 N'r.. 1 minln.? depsrtmanl of lie O. u. if They have sent for supplies, and nr'e orssntzlns every Iwsl un'on Into tho O.B.V. i fi.ll (UKL i bcria. Saskatchewan, and Maun. Ivins rcusaiy soulh and west of a lift- drawn from lo Cam rose ncnh to Cnipman. eail lo Uoyd mlnsier. toulh to Chiuvin, then to Elbow. Moose Jaw. Wey-burn, Vir.lcn. Souris and south to Ihe international boundary.. Conferences have been held belwecn representatives of lie railways, pro- vincial government aud -the federal government, and a scheme of assist- ance prscllcally agreed on. Hiy broutht into in? dry area over the Canadian Pacific Railway, the ,no u.d.i1. i tae iSpeailng of thU action by the Rational Railway, or tho 'miltec, Ed Broivne told ihe Aiberlan G-mi trunk Pacific RaiVway will be mat refuse to lum over cither office or property lo the Internation- al. It is in our district, and hss ioen jiiid for by Ihe hard-eamtd money of ihe lads'of Uie 1! the inler- Ol Hit? IJ1US UL H.V ifet-anal wants any ot it. ihey barei got lo fight for it. have notified Coinmissloner .AraiEtroiiE In connec- tion to our (orminE up under the O. BMJ., and that we are out to dsht lo finish lu favor of Ihe O- B. Sir. Browne also saya that tho executive board has dedded lo move its paper, the Ledscr. from Fernie to Calgary, e'rd It wlU'bc-pnblished here in the in- terests of Ihc O.B.U., attending par- Ucnlarly lo luc .miners' sldo o[ the question. Mr. Drowne is somewhat In 'his mind over Ihe. evidence gtren Eargt. of Ihc mounted ro- lico; durlos the of Fritchard in co; u He. declares Lhat Pnt- ciard never pel up at tpc mine work-. tate- c'rs' olfice, zno thai was'absolutely false; and lhal tbe only lime the offices were ed'ttas'at lue time of Ihe systematic, raid before Prilchard was arrested. He also denies Wausn-s slalement that oulsido tbe. .Mis? Theatre' .he (Browne! pulled a plpcf out of his pocket arid 'said thai llioy were goin; to have tho soviet Eovernmenl tere. Premier Hearst Says Province Wouldn't Return lo the Old Conditions OnL. Aug. a C'OB- Tention of Sonlh Perth Conservatives carried al no cost to the purchaser, i" ,lhi? will be met by the railways, .he provincial government and the federal government plying ;q.ua shaves. The PRTHR arranpemenl applies io tie transportation of h'ay mating machinery from poinls in ihe dry are? to nortiiern district? where liay can be cut alii Kick to tho point As to liTesleck. assistance will be I Siven to owntrs of less lhan 100 head of cattls or 300 fheep and assisted shipments will be limited to Iwo car- loads for each oivner. The ciacl amount'' of assistance hap. not yet been decided upon, but If the railway? and -provincial .governments art pre- psred to ilo likewise, the Dominion government vrill_ pay one-third c-t Ilie ccsKpf Iransporlallon of caltlo and to some feeding ground and back 10 (he dry area neil summer. In thi? event of this no! being agreed lo. U Is proposed that Ihe railways should pay one half of the return Iraiisporla- tion only, leaving one qnarler ol Iba reiuru freight to he paid by the pro vincial government and the remaining: one-quarter by tlic federal govern ment_ This latUr: arrangement will -mean that Ibe owner must Fiiiurtne cattle and snsep ouli at his own eipeusc, and if they arc returned before Auf. i; 1320.: anrt Ihc other conditions are fulfilled .they wilt be, retarned ro him yiithout'cnVfsing. .I The above arrangements only ajipli id 'Ehipmenis .over the Canadian Pa bific P-ailway, (he Canadian Xationa Railivay'and Grand TrUnk Pacilic. As tic railways in norlhern Alber'la, Iho E. V.-'k the A. 0. aro unw'illiSE to. mike any freight conces .will "'cacti, pay..Vone3ia.ll o th'e cost of the maklnE'machinery.'aiiiif livMloclc b, ces under which 'a tarmcr niiglu Mrc to rt-aliie on The van- -t Uw mstruct- io publish a Jiral slalement ot ine-esiinialed valilo_of'these iwriifUv lia-ed 'on Ihe .ivcrsgc sales of whc'al mado to forelgu buyers or elseJ that il fix a surrender value at Hie end of each month for certificate in- sued previously. YYilliou'l soaie such action il is c.leav Ibal In Iho plan of r to Ihu producers ccriincates cntilliui Ib'eni lo a share in the prof- its at a final sctllenienl. which vrob- wlll not talio- before Mny or Juno nest year, a field tor spccull- lion is opened up rivalling African Scrip affair. South PARIS, Tuesday. July is uneasiness in peace conference circles over the situation lu Asiatic Tnrtey. ivhere six divisions of Iroops under Keraal Pasha, who calls himself dic- tator ot nallonal defense, arc threat- ening an attack Ilie allied forces. Tho vrar-lite forces are ran- ccnlraled chiefly about-Erzerum and in the neighborhood of Trebizond. A sorl o: Turkish poHliral assembly rep- resenting varioils districts is gathered Every lOc Packer of WILSON S FLY PADS KllLMCDE '.iC5T-tN C' Ah- FLV ii'CHEP, NEW SUMMER CANDY ON SALE SATURDAY We have jusl re- ceived 100 Ibs., of, .1 delicious candy, cool- ing and with a delic- ious flavor. Dicycd'over Ihost tivo as mentioned abbVe irnich'Premifr uominicn, a u Conpland, of SL above arrangement lias now lo ccyiiezl tie rldingifor; tb'e'provin- and it is hoped thai it'.w: cJal bouse. Jolm Bennsweis; Ihe intn ent member declined'io'again he a Clean lo all and fjeneral Stores GOLDEN CRUMBLES ,Madc particularly for parllculas people is tho name ol this new con- fection which we strongly recom- Vncnd as one. of the finest lines of confectionery you ever "lasted. >Vc hav? jusl noiliids and will'sell in pound or halt pound quantilles only on Salurday ut A" 6Qc a Ib. 3ladc 16. sell1 at -13c a Ib.. acquainted wlK our real home-made bread, You will like lher way'-' we V serve ice cream-dishes. There's Absolutely no Question About it KERR'S GROCERIES Are the Finest The North lettibridQE Bakery WE PEUVERJ.O Tulr rlTV TH IRTE ENTlj 7ST R E ET .THp PrfONE 1307 candidate. lere yesterday at'J--The authorizing-th Premier Hearst i Dominicn" in Ib ,-.-----.-rill b-, lo p-jt (he scheme Into oper- ation at an parly dale so that Iho feed situation in the prairie feel situation in inc. prairi jPrcmler -iiis did jirovincaa may he lomcwhal relieved. Ti'pl mention Hartley Dewarl, but gave an eThauslive reTicw'orthe worfc ac-j cpmpllshed "by. his government. .Tho last five years, be-said. were the most dliiicull (hat any premier has had lo v 'The pfohihll'.on-Issue .occupied a la'rse part "of the .premier's address, "there is now practically no one." hfc continued, to .set-the old conditions restored. No one cbam- pjoris the bar or the old-fashloneM 11- riuor sjore. Even Ihe breu'ers anil ntstlllers say that they do nol want Ihese old conditions." :.ln ihe Ontario Temper- nSce Acl. ilj.had been said that (here TC'BS no mandate for H from the peo- ple. In aisenss. this 'was true, "but T'E hart a mandate from a pralclcally iibltcJ Ontario lo.do anylhingvposainlo to win added. Jlho sneascf-. then drew allention lo Ih'c nnfair; attempts being made lo 'sllr up the .returned soldiers -dgafnst saying that Iheir rtgbts Saujbeen .taken away 'wtrle they and iltnilar asser Xdthing rcrtild he further Irorn An ofTiclal reporl'uf today's mee-ling of tlie- ot deputies treaty'..commltlce says Louis Kloize, rriihiEter ot and Louis minister of reconstructioh, were U. Klotz set forlh the complete conditions imposed on Ger- many lo aisurc full restitution lor Ihe persona-and properly of Ihe ailies their Al- though .the first' payment of SO.OOti.rjdi) marks in gold was due. unlil 1021, M. Klotze said sn imporlant sum would b? handed over In Ihe nalure o[ prbducta, payment Ic which iorrn'-.had aireadybegun. FOOPMAREETS TO BUILD BflANOH LINE -PB1NQB-Al.BBRT, SasV., July 30. for PrincE, [berl, tflegram from National :.'Failways] ajinonncing.that the engin reach .Prince M- [bert-withiD ihe'.lleit'.ll) fajl to start "loperatlonli on tie construction of a riom Prince Albert north lo M. ..Lpuclieur gave-deUlla of Ibis metho'd'of .payirient. which is in.co'al Ho Belgium and Italy up to JO.OOO.OOO tons yearly; tar, benzole, cattle, col- oriiiE raalters. tiles, bricks and Ihe labor o'f German and Austrian -work- ers. The coRl'ia in addilion to Lhat from.the Saar valley, which goes to France. jthejentire nutiinientof and barley .Choice Csrtf Ib. r "'I'Ql, Choice. C.uftof.Mljttton al, per Ib. ZOc and 22c 15c, ZOc-and Z5c, 25c, 30c and 35c ChoiceVCVeiiBetyJBultcr P" -.o' v Choice farmer's Dairy Butter at, per Ib, 50c Fancy freik Killed Fowl per Ib Drippjng at, per Ib ..-_. Special Tomato Sausage al, per Ib. 30c-....... 30c NEW YORK. Aug. what said- to be an Innovation In aeronautical racing, the Amerlcar. Flying Club nDno'Jncrf hero, tonlglit tnlt the "round Irip" competitive air' race belwecn New York and Tororilo' to start, at holh-ends-on August .25, handicap an cf- lati'la put-jnachfnes of varioiia sites, lyfti OD an ciual fodt- of Wake will etafl Iho tllen'at Toronto, and Ifim .Mitchell, United Stales alr.scr- vlcft will start the contestants here. The dlelance of the round trip Is miles. The'contest Mr for tfis prize of lIO.Opo rlrjiiK Cliib, Caharflan 'National Kihlbltlon and Aero Club of America trophies, Delicatessen Department Shomrtijt Cooked Ham Jellied Veal Loaf and Cheese Loaf CO., LTD. Market .III! II ii Every detail of our ser- vice leaves no question regarding the.-satisfac- tion of our customers Fruit and Yeptablcs The season (or Raspberries and F.lllK .Cherries Is prac'.lc- ally over. UuyNlpy. .23c .45c ,75c 90c 15c 1.00 2.50 9c few cases at, per case.'. i5c .'........ilZk per 2 .J'e.u-h Plums, uaskct Dine Plums, basket lied Currants, Sliced Pca'clies, Gold No. 2'till, cats" A Kastcr Hrand. Dini? Cherries UasXct Sour ChorrleF, case i per ib, choice, Van Jlominr, Her tin Standnrd. 2 tins 'f'cas! .Elll'a Asparneus, Del .Monte, 'J la 'f.-. .Wax Deans, per Ib. Ureen'l'cns. jier Ib. Celery, per tb. Cucumbers. per Ib................ 7 !recn Ontons, 4 baske' Washington fruit. left, special per case r-rcshAnplss-r- 1 9 J-r per lilC Fresh Pears. 1 r per IpC Season SlrawboVry. Wethey's Itaspljerry XVasalntfe's lltri Cu'rrn'nt Jclly.i......f.. CaniphcH's' Assorted poups, Green: Tomato- -llcllslj made, nuarl sealers, ,cacli Lililiy's Sour 'Jllxerl, VPicklcs, Inrge size Libby's Chow Choiv, large size I.'. Thistlo'llail'lio, each 45c 50c 20c 90c 90c 90c 90c 43c 28c 44c 45c Juice, pint aOe; quart ..'.1 .HcLarcn's I.cmonat'o............ .McLaren's wllil. Cherry............... Jlcl.arcn's Crape Puiich Olive Uullc-r, 1......'......... Olivo 'Butter, small ftoy.il Salad Dressing, 2Sc (ind It'oyal each' Helfii Pure Wffllc Vlyc McLaren's 1'rciiarr.il ArUi. r.ilm Ollvo -Soap. OQ- n cnkOR 63C Wilson 1ftr V Poison 1 ftf each AVL ,Standard Baking n L OJj Qn 19c per Cliickcu lladdie, .each large each 1'nrk and BennE. Lililiy 2 Pork anil.-Bcnns He! Monlc, T tins for. Bar, lier Carnation MHh. Im'T sire................... Fresh tliatcd Izcil owiprir-h milk, per tin Tea, Ui-aldV Best Vca. Illuo i 'illblion ...........----1 Tea, lioyal Shieiif -Cnflee, Host.................- Coffee. Ueallh per nkE............. Food, pec 45c 26 c ftc WoiWcr Shine 2S3. This for. Kohl Pnck Fruit J'ir Holders, cnr.h gallon JBTF; ;pticb, SiVeql 'Oorkllis, pur Ollvsu'ln bulk', per pint Srvcel" lilx'ed PIcVlcj.v.; pcf pint llcnfiOlVfl' Prepared MlnrCh, pot ,-'if', ,'Chlorlile. per .j OC- tuJl. .'f Cii vV ;