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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY. AUGUST 5, 1920 i Some-.-Trouble Has Developed Over WesJern Uuion Cable "From Barbadoes SCENES OF THE LOVE TRAGEDY ia the house at F'.efhertoo. where Mrs, was mmrderoJ In December. 1912. At the UPIKT left is CurrSe family, with whom ATM! 1-ovc lor fm> yean. Left to iijrht. the figures are Mrs. Carrie, the sou Thonms. uuJ Archie fiurie. At ths rlsht is stowu the Salem Mslbodist Church, the scene of tie ruvlial meeting ;-.t which Arnel Jjove IXe mcrdtr of Lb mother. "MIAMI. Florida, Auj Hri- Ush cable ship Colonia. chirtered tc lay" the, South American cable from iliarol to Barbados in UH> British Indies Kill Dot ecter Americas vaters until permission IA granted by o; the state department in WisJungtun, jj' according to advices raoarred today toe British amiuueadoj-. Sir Auckland Gerides, by A. Hibbsrd, British vke-coasu) in HUnil. Hab- WES instructed in Iocs code dispatch frpoi tis iabassador to (ale command of tke ehfp and to it outside the tfrreomn? limit jmtll further from Wish- tegloa. MIAMI, FtorWa, de-1 and oaa scout patrol boatj trader orders from wait-; outside Miami harbor today lor; the British table layer Colons, en j here to land the Miami ead of Ihe Western Union Com- pany's table from liarbadces. The destroyers have orders to pre-; Tent thft landing of the cable. Aboard r tho destroyer Cole IB British Vice-j Com ul HuVuird. who has io-{ by tlie British embassy at to direct the Colour's captain to disregard orders of the Western Union company to. begin atf cure the work of landtag the cable. jjrjERTA DEMANDS Vice-consul Hubbard also bis ssnt aj U dispatch boat to intercept the Co-; LANTU S Sun SURRENDER isp; lotiia. In this connection ,H was asserted _ ______ ________ demanded congress, the theory ot international comm1 tions'was to be examined, "in a yery different Iroin that IstlDg-ra the past. I There wera reports that after the] Western Union filed Us application] agency of Ihe de factc Meilcali gov-s for a permit the alate department re-i emmEnt It was sate also thai if' quested that a r.opy ot'the contract Cantu Immediately ceased activities with the British cable concern would against the federal government and I Jt" be'filed and the company, had j retjTed from, the governorship, ha' refnsed to comply. be restored to a colonelcy In the federal a'nny, a position he for- merly heli'. in coniiecuan ,11 was LOS ANGELES, Aug. Itat at the forthcoming '.aiemaUosaH (jonaJ surrender was demanded of whole-j Miami but officials said action on >t had1 been delayed, pending Lha hold-j ing of the international communica- tion congress, called to meet i P. Wash- ington September 15. jA British cable company, it vras ex- lf ained, now; has a monopoly-of cable lights in.'Braiilian waters. A concern in the "United Slates- to con- strucc V direct cable lino from the United States lo Brazil and it was stated that the .United States goveru- menl desired to know before Issuing the permit to the Western'UiAon com- fire which started shortly before noon swept with great rapidity .rough half a dozen .stores and sev- feral residences Cor a total loss in ex- i cess of J100.000. Shortly before 1 o'clock tbe Barnes leaped the Uewdney trunk road'and Maritime Provinces to Fight Freight Rate Jump Aug. joint meeting of re presents tires of various maritime- province boards of trarie, manufacturers and the govermnanta __t_ of New Brunswwfc aud Prince frtoard WDCK and poatoffioe, a concrete struc- pauy. whether the arrangement enter -f.d into by that company with tns British concern anti the Western Cable company controlling tlic line from Barbadoes to Brazil, .would add to this 'monopoly. British Press View, ladies Island'was held-to iliacuss tbe appli- cation of the Dominion railways fcr increased Jpaesenger and freight rates. A resolution in which strong opposi- tion lo the proposed increases was set forth was nut passed owing to no representative from Ihe Nova Scotia government being-present. Tbe reso- lution is' to he submitted to that ernmerit before being forwarded. set Gro to. ths C. P. R. freight sfce-Js, This building was soon reduced to an ash heap and employees of the C. P. R. were to keep the flames away from the passenger depot. The fire started in'the old.city hall, now used as a sort of fire headquar- ters. Prom there it leaped to Coquitlam Hotel and the Rowland J.uro erected In, the hoom days cost of SAX SEBASTA1N, Spain, Aug. Sir Herbert Ames, member of the Ccn- at'Eiau pro'iiamonl, in a report submit- ted to the wuncil of the League of. Nn- tions locifiy, estimated it-is now cost- ing about forty thousand pounds ster- a month to run the league. Aug. (By Canadian The council yesterday turned HE _ _ specimens of Albino attention to tiit: public finances. It as Satisfactory! salmon in good condition and! considered at some .length tbe ar- weighing ALBINO SALMON IS NEW BRAND OF FISH Costs Month to Run League of Nations led. S'.ost of the eatables are supplied tho acre honor farm upon the prison U Vicatetl. .The which are all alike are built of foncrcle with cork insnlaUon In the walls. The "doors of the call i are can b-; matk-aliy locked by a hydraulic oi control am] then .tbe euard cornea arciirH nnd locks eafh cell separV.2 Jy. Tlity cau he "opontrd irdlviduallj- IIL !iie ceutGr of- lii1? prison -is n tower from where .tho cuards llic. movements of all prisoners At hujht tho outside c: the prisni is lighted" up e pctric lights o; Tvhicii the guard-in center of :h round jinson eee everj Unnt; that ts in front of t? i Tfo- iirison -is-' rnded with I circular concrete feet W? 14 lubes thick top inches thick'at the.bottom. The York State Intilding' commission Jia adopted Ibis idea, and expects .lp en close Sing Sintr with "a similar wall.' ng about one and _________ ._. half i rangementa for the proposed intenifi- invnnv -Indian trade agreement la published ..here todr.y. The I-ondou Times saya that the agreement confirms assur- ances 'given by the premier that the "VTcst Indies ore uot on the market, tbat it should be of srfiat benefit' lo tho contracting parttes end hence to the empire, but that (he increased prosperity it will bring, Instead of be- communication between dcniiHid for It. i l-Pounds navc hecn receiver) by the j tional financial contcrence at branchl dePartment nf ma- which is to bo held independent of blished rine and its hnicherle.s whcihcr the allied powers am! tho li SASKATOON MYSTERY ni Cowlchan I-ake, Vancouver Island. [Germans have agreed on tota.l rentra- These fish are something of a curios-I'lious, or have adjusted the ity and have created considerable in-' unities. tcrest. It is'sald that ISO Albino ftsli, i Tlie league budget was also la ken almost pure while ia color have by vlie cniiLcll. From discussion ill" produced from liglil colored eggs m ILls Jleni it apicu.-s ihat th? rimmr-! collected in October, 191C-. Eipe'ri-jcs of the well as ihoso of ments ore being carried on to need expert treatment. SASKATOOX. Aiig: body a maur stark naked but bearing marks of violence, was taken fro the south Saskatchewan fiver at 0 ler, near this Wednesday nig] Ferrymen saw the corpso in tl moonlight and brought it lo shore. T! man was about 20 years of age, ai had beeu in Urn- water 10 days mor'j. The coroner and poll authoritios arc investigating. G. EARNINGS ear PILES Do not anffcr arwUierdar witb Itcbinc. inp, or Ing I'llfls. No perimenla, it is thought', he watcbed with interest jliy and fish, culturisls Kenerally. I ONE KILUED IN MOTOR SMASH Chase' Miti xCoc e'3 Ointment will relicTcjour lasting benefit a be V KfXHXA, Aug. Ne- cJ'jvDIe. Sasfe., was killed ami Jrunns ico Grimes is (o have received ajM fatal a motor crash at Ne- STRIKE LOOMS UP IN SYDNEY MINES SYDNEY, N.S., Aug. 5.--Indications struct a direct cable lino from the made by S. BarretL mid James B. Me- Lauyliltii a serious state of af- fairs Between mine cwnera antl cm- j ployees. New scale denjamls to lie submitted and it ia doubt-j for the !en Vlays of w an increasa of or ov -5 per rent Ihe corrsspond! period ot last year. The figures are NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY The idea, that bread making is long and difficult operation is a mistake, as bread may now be included hi the list of quickly prepared foods, for with ROYAL YEAST CAKES light, sweet bread can be baked and ready for use within four hours from the time the sponge- is set Full detailed instructions are contacted in Royal Yeast Bake Book which will be free upon request. Company Toronto. Canada NOW 300 UNION CHURCHES ewtr Sections of Country Adopt Plan of One Prottstant Church arft approxl- uatclv Ihreo hundred uutoa tlinrchca a- Canada, Annual statistics being ompiletl in the church offices linre eveal tbls relation between'the 1'res- VpCATlONAL TRAfNING OnON'TO, Aug "January last there were TctDr-; ana taking vocatioBal: In the Toronto'military district, but at pres- ent the number has fallen to Iwo thousand. Many of these men erly employed. vocational do- partmerit.of (lie D. S. C. R. arc noir USE SHAMROCK iv. AS A TRIAL'HORSE yterlan and Methodist churches, with nany other congregations in tbe pro- ess of amalgamation, and districts iii he west being divided, where it lias ecu mutually arranged thai only one hureh or the other will establish a enlre, with''batiding rind minister. An analysis of the Gsures und con- iiious ahov, that Northern Ontario. lanitoba, Saskatchewan, British Columbia and Alberta are tbe fur- nest advanced in organic church njon coasumstton. The older ections of the country, particularly s'ova Scotia, Xew BmnEwick, Prince Jdward'Island, and western Ontario re 'oiily 'slightly atfected so" far! of Toronto there are many union congregations, while in the ilbntreal district, or north of there n Quebec, there are four united ihurches. The McthoiHst figures show thai over 126 churches of their ion are either co-operative, united or[ at present under the charge ot a[ Jresbyterian minister. The exact figures are not yet available for tho 1reshyterian church. United Churches In many .of-the newer districts" in he west where they have had sev- erar-denominations, each strcggliug "or eiisteuce anil creating rivalry, it I :ias been decided to unite, and have' one Protestant church. 'The "'result lias been a "8mooth.--.vorlting arrange- ment with an income etiual to cost. In Alberta- the' Presbyterian" ami Methodist officials have worked out a schemtj "whereby certain section will he ministered to by one denomination only. taking courses. NEW YORK, Aug. Sir Thomas, Upton's unsuccessful eu- iry in the 1920 international yacht race, will not be broken up but will remain in New to be naed against Shamrock V. as a trial horse in Sir Thomas stales. MEXICAN NAVAL CAPTAIN SHOT SAX DIEGO, Cal., Aug. L. L. Capeila, commander, of the Jfexican federal nrmcd.yacht on patrol duty in Lower California waters, was Wiled in tno streets of Knsenada yesterday when a party of Cantu soldiers fired a volley Into his back, according to' repents brought here this morning'by officers of the steamship Xcwarir. BAR SILVER NEW YORK, Aug. sliver, domestic foreign AUCTION SALE AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS [Off AUGUST 6 COMMENCING AT O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNERS, WILL SEUC BY PUBLIC' AUCTION, A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD Anil Very handsome DINING SUITS m (Bartered and dressing BEpR'OOS' oval' mirror; CHIFFONIER with mirror laljie handsome MAHOBAXV DRE5SBK lylth'Yeryi large mirror; massive lounge chair in.1 and solid leather: gent's .CHIFFONIER in" fumed oak "with" mirror; s'raall'nized iuhied oak. dresser; beautiful WILTON "AX.MINS'fER massive brass bed with springs "and GSTfiRMOOU MATT11BSS; occasional panics; -ii'rclty mahoguny laities' desk: 2 mahogany bedroom chairs; "Menl" ]Kir of DEN CHAIRS in fumed oak and solid NEW DAVENPORT in fumed ouk and sulid 'dresser in golden oak; fumed oak ROUND EXTENSION" TABbK; ilrophcad spvlnB machine; pictures; curtains and many.' sm'Tilier items. These Goods WiH Be on View From Tonight' PHONES Looking for Superior T5RMS CASH An Exceptional Opporlunity for Buyers Furniture. CHAUTAUQUA TICKETS ,FOR SALE Gifts !o Women i ._> i iilo. Snraplenoj: free H you memiin tlil.i p'lllo No details of. fdHf the men ivill accent tlic er and cudosoBe, Manip lo pay jacciden nt liave reached here. FEED 1RVES PLENTY OF PHOPHATE IN SU! Keen Minded Men, and Successful Rely on It Asserts Prominent N. Physician, Bitro.phosphate 3 Godsend na- Physicians' "Who's and z 1 ilonally known aulhor of medical tcxl Mco nervous and frH- jliooka, in most emphatic statement fill, .cr.sily upsel and often fatiguail. pceu plenty of organic phosphate, and i "if had my way. Bltro-l'hosphal- the sooner they heed this advice the! should he prescribed "by every doctor better their health Trill he. ;Ar.d used fc every-hrfsjiilal." In every one oi the millions til ecUe j later, Dr. Kolie said- "When tho that make up your body, ntosphorous .nerve tissue begins to lose its -vital- IB a most Important part. [lly. voman to loso her youth ionr no.rvous system, your your blood and even your liono? must hive a sufficient supply o( phosphorous op weariness, nervousness and a gen- "er.M run-down condition, as well as lack of normal mental power is sure tn of the Hoya! Corrmiicaion. Efforts" rite licinp made to have a conference of i the United Mine Workers ralld! be-i fore the session of the Koyal Commis-j slon, schetluled for August wbeu j tliese fresh demands in nreascfi from to three dollars a day will ho (akefi up. GROW MORE BARLEY AND RYE (From Our Corrcaponilrat) MAN'YIlliliniKS, Alt.l.. Thu hot weythpr has rr.mlfi mark on the mip. A ml yet tin: general situation is not so had. flyv ficldn are luirt. Oats, will lie n medium crop. This year's exumence will stimulate barley growing. Winter rye ia now cut. should reaspnahly expect that there will u murh larger rscrc- flgc In the future. Tlic crops destroy- given in lliimifllon is Indicated v. stitfemnnt made today by .1. (I Olisnl. rcprctcnlativc in Iho and Canada i'f liio i-nmmovclal department of the Ru3.si.in Knolalht Fed- crated Soviet republic. Jiffy-Jell users should write to [he makers for a lis! of aluminum molds. .Molds, spoons and measur- ing cups arc supplied to users free. Jiffy-Jell is the one dessert which has Hie fruit flavors irt vials. A Eioltlc of condensed fruit-jiiice es- sence comes in ihe package. So a Jiffy-Jell rtfssert is a real-fruit dainty. The flavor is not artificial. rhc_sweetEning is sugar, not sac- charine. who once try it will always gel it. Your gtroccr has (en flavors. Try pineapple and lo- ganberry lirst. "DANDERINE" Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. 21 J! A few cents buys "Dandsrina." After an applitrallon of "Dandfrllio" you cnn rot find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every hair shows now life, vigor, brlchtness, mora col- or and ll ;