Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LET H BRIDGE UAILY .HERALD, WEDNESDAY; AUGUST 1, 1020 Situation .Muddles It Aulhoritiei Will Co- Solution in .-.t: practice cf !o.5t ts portiu.i 01 lliclr shun-. Th? Atucr-i-au s-hijij'S-ri ilu- liitr-r-Stia'' (.'omiueru! Cur.i i issued a t-outorentt? ruling1 .-evcral :uontb? iirohibUinj: b'J! tin- rrJlrcuds uto rulji'i: Uf1 other prdctk'liLiU- i rte'.ht.J o: around ilie rtlrti. I i-ull> This pi'acllci'. it is. ii-iii-iici. inovcs a baixlsblp on the: f Tbu luitrState Commerce Commts- SflNN'EAPOLSB. AUB dull-i vill co-cpevau- witi the Hoard oi and caunJiai! j Kailwuy Comtmsiiouen; of Canada iu salppej-s ar.sing Jro.ii the present a -iolutwu of the problem. parity la exchaiige rates, which' re-! of irclghi char-R- es pu shl mciiu inifc frum this sMp tutdor the 7l3eiDCUt Iiiler-Li'a'e Cuniniorct1 a bearing be- fore ISxaiUiucr llackloy yejtenlay. WILL SEEK GOLD ON TREASURE ISLAND .tended by of for Outings Quaker Brand Baked Beans arc a splendid summer disk They re quire cooking be- cause they arc as good cold as hot. Take a cr.n on a picnic. It fur- nishes tlio me in part of dinner. Tiieso old-fashioned baked beans are done the same way as ivo remember them at home, ihe same home catsup or Tomato Eauce is put in then. Grocer'Must Dominion Canners B. C. OTTAWA.--Pinning their faith on ih? powers of a invented device for the detection of sold An- drew -Cullins, a weil known prospec- tor of HaiU'i'bury, and Rev. Fnthor Theriauit ot tho sume town passed through this oity Suntlay on their way to the So-jth Seas In the hope of dud- mm I1 I I t I "vl ui nnjl I [HRI HlFinf i department j _----------- i year. This, it h _ f 'OTTAWA Aug l.-Wtih regard 'ho given bjr Sir Henry; S-a's'iuV ATsratlmT'territ jjuuo of UiiYycir fcro uiai The Paroets disembarke I Jump in the manor o! excise tax ULCgu .tpeecn last ju thf excciitioa oj excise revenue- on spirits, KiaU, tobacco, cigars, etc., wUich a decrease of Now. that thu new tixcs have been in fores two or three mouths of tbis estiuutes on the figures quoted :ibove an increase of ap- liroxliuatrly within w.s I uouid 1 The child was given the Christian f names of Marina Darra, the latter bo-' ing the feminine of liurro. child was of Spanish parents, a-id although born under the Union -lack, which carries It British nationality, the question- was ilis- amons llie passengers whether i year. This, it Is pointed out. new-comer was ;eniine, bflns born PRINCE WAS 3ENOCRAT' death of Prince Heiurich zu known In former court ttrcles as ;'tha red pviuce" bocauso of his democratic proclivities, has Just occurred. Deceased earr.ed his by tho dett'rintiicd stand he.mad? against P ections. the. total btius This served to tboff that the excise ax is due evefl for bigger increases LS ihe July return mere iiian 'doubled hat ot the previous month. All other items In tbe Jtity revenue statement show slisht increases with TENNIS CAN STRENUOUS That leutiis isn't, an easy game for are to be. niado whe. reat-h N'ew York. A test of ihe uiarhine was made it U Elated, in Toronto biding sold coins in a house, and Ihe device Indicated the presence of the mnney. j Flos5 Cooper, an oyster fisher on the Rock river, of Grand Delaur, III, i in cue fished out three tons nf netting him 31SO, and sold a pearl which be had found ro .1 Chicaso jewellery firm for iietllnE him for a week's wort. SPANISH PARENTS CHILD IS BRITISH Canadian The lioyal Mall steamer Uarro which arrived at Ltverpooi recently reported that a baby girl had been born at sea. native ot reaetionarv legislation especially when the shlpjibo auti-soeialisl law of tbe waters. 1 (or which lie was threatened with dis- ,ed with .tbej'tiniiuary mUitary punlehineiit. l-Mrsi u member of tho conservative Children born at sea under tho Brit-1 tho jirlnco nevertheless, often save ish Hag are entered in the registers] his voto to progressive nnd socialistic as natives of Stepney, Loeiion. measures and he joined the neivly- formed Democratic League Eoon after The navy league will put on a Do- the rovoiutlon of 191S. The prince nilnlon-wlde campaign this fall toj.wis also well knoo-n for his phllia- ralse throplc and charitable t HELPS WAKE STRON G, STURDYMEN and HEALTHV BEAUTIFULJVOMEN ron la blood icxxi and In my experience I have foinrf acd nel pin H to gnre creascd pcrwcr to the bloodthanoreEntcirori- Head Office, Vancouver, B. C. Monnrcli Sends Message As Do Also Lloyd George and Miiner LAKE .-Spend your vacation this summer' In the big outdoors of Western Canada I-ake Windermcrc the beauti- ful Canadian Rockies. l.akc Windermcre is the "warmest water rnouutain lalte In BriUah The grandest of scenery. End- ices sport, pleasure and rest Golf, bulbing-, boating, riding. motoring, climbing, cahin every modern vonicnce. Through Sleeping Cars from Cr.Jgary on Train Xo. 1 nt Tuesdays returning same rlny from .Lake Windennere. Car placet! for occupancy at Cnlgary previous evening.' J.GORDON v -TICKET. AGENT, PHONE 512 Aug. ccived by Lord AtbolsUn from I Us King. Premier Lloyd George ruid Suc- rclary of ialatc tor tho Lord Mitncr on the occasion of-lhc Imper- ial Press Conference gathering last aight, :ire as follows: "Cowcs, Royal Victoria ami Albert: "I rejoice to think that itnutT'your chairmanship the members of Ihe Im- perial Press Conference arc now as- sembled at Montreal. This gathering of reproFcnlatiTOs of all parts of llic British Enipk'e' marks a fresh ciioch In Ihc historv of jouraiisni and is an important development of the first conference of 1319 that was mempr- ablo for the prophetic utterance.1? of j Lord Roseherry' in his inaugural spceclt on that occasion. Way your joint efforts lie crowned v-'ith success and may they, by securing the1 free- dom of the press mid in the formation of a way to instruct the public, pro- mote that wbfch teii'tls to the ivell- being, both social and moral, of the vrorld. (Signed) "George R. I." "Please accept' my best wishes for (he success of-the conference Which by affording to so representa- tives an opportunity for'Council and 'factor in the continued welfare and consultation, should prove, a powerful factor in 'the continued welfare and 1 prosperity of the empire. "Lloyd George." give my cordial greeting to the great gathering. I rejoice espec- ially to think that tonight represent- atives of United States newspapers will meet the Empire delegates. The influence of such gathering can and will exert a great influence, is particularly welcome'.' Jnternational good feeling Is the first need oi the nation today. hope to reach and meet world peace through such meet- ings. (Signed) "Miiner." In the Old Country, as in Canada Player's Navy Cut Cigarettes have increased by leap's and bounds in popular esteem, until today there are .more Player's sold than all other brands combined, FRANCE'S COAL OUTPUT i Improvement in Prance's coal slio'.vn in figures brought cut In the Chamber of Deputies, is giving comfort to econ- omtsts hut is not counted upon to re- lieve tho chilliness of homes or mark- Udly affect factories for some time. The mines damaged by the German in- I vasion aro slowly lining put in shaiie' and it is expected lljat they pro- duce tons montiiiy by the end of the year, if all goes well, This would be. half of production. It was admitted the normal rate would not be reached for some years. are the most satisfying cigarette that can be bought at any unequalled for their smoothness and delightful aroma, consistently high in quality wherever or whenever you buy them. That is why men prefer 18c. per package Two for 33 cents FRIDAY ranuiiiiiiNiiiiDimiiiiiiiiiniRiiniiniiniiiinininiiiiBiiniiiiiiiiiit! LET'S GO! LET'S GO! FRIDAY, CITIZENS' VISITORS' DAY-2 GRAND AND GLORIOUS BAYS-2 HORSE RACES, FOOT AUTO RACES, AEROPLANE in Prizes and Purses--Plenty of Music. .STAMPEDE, AND ROPING TWO BIG DANCES ON RAYMOND'S FAMOUS SPRING FLOOR, FRIDAY SATURDAY NIGHTS, BEST MUSIC. For full information address S. Farnliam Kimball, secretary, Raymond, AJbcrta.