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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 8, 1910 r.ETHnnrnnE DAILY HERALD PACE MINI I j i clftcdive, lold o[ ctlocdiog Ihe Market Square meeting Iho night before the rtolp. of hcartag Paraell.and Martlu bpcak. lima tins "come." Said Farncll, "to the Irderal eoTeru- tiifcttt that the relumed iueu tire through; we'll stow how Ilie counlrr should be run." lie went OD to ssy u parade would be held ueit day, wilrieae testified. Murlla hul follow- eald .VtLaujhliu, anil Jttcribcd how the imradu shouM be curried oul, or paying attention I to any one or tiiiy obstacle ID tbulr I (way; he mM they thoulil eject Aug. lha the tiliien's committee. ol tla' alleged leaders and organizers In Vlctlrla Park the uesl moralng, of Iho "bllont PjrLCll. eald witness, Grant lad said Ihat Ihe Grant and Joaspu A. Martin-- parade would be held and that "all whlcli ou Juno terminated in riot- hell v.xn'l slop that ;'thoy are lae ami bluodshecl, A-lmesspa tills talking or Soviets and revolution and mormnR that tbe accused U they don't watch out it will be ft stated that tfic I'.wa for law and ordtr govermntst we'll establish." had passed and lhai ecaslltuleil auto-' Cro'sa-eiBniined. McLaughlan toalu- had filled lained hla stand as to tho statements, be dona awsr vtth; aro but admitted that he made no uoles .talking or us us Soviets mid i! they untT mi hour alter tho meellusH. lit' tared -to Inquire might aru i tfnld -Martin had declared thai "tlma .Ihe.. cozu-l'or law and order has pasEed; that 'mluu sliced liu kicked tbe In- dustrial bulldbe end oc- stflkftB.. ThS .jcfendanU are reiuroesj BoMfors. ._. ;j-A. J. K. C., Titar witness, said Ibat.Jie -rfpreaentcd ]ttio gavanitnenl In durtne Hio Etrllro.'-At il mectiiB.aj trio liojral Aloxindra' Hotel wilb -Senator CI. D. Jlarlln had stated thai icholher permission had ijcei) or uci Uio paracle wo'uW.te hold, saM but worotmacJO'tiy.-irllncW, Marllu aad iiothar lo tho men at (lie iaduslrlal bureau, alnrtln and Ills to got the men' Jo go very shortly commcncEj, .laiil I couusol IBB 'dofntiEi; tut.-Andrews Bald h? wonJs ol the acrurtd; but- Ibur Ilie e.'fect oJ Iho led him to btHave thai statements weva as be dcscribU'J P.. H. N. W.'si.P. constituted authority had failed to produce results." Constable H. Campbell, of the R. N. W. M. P.. Ihe ilarke'. Square meeting, said atalemtrit? by Famell and 'Martin were practically Uio that both the Rusalan methods of the .governmenl 111 arresting slrlke leadera tvcre be- 3'ond reason and If they vero not care- ful they.would find that two could jilay at tlial game. to failure of crown witnesses to appear.'a W uiuud ivas .granted ibe defense until tomorrow. PRINCE OF WALES NEWFOUNDLAND ST. JOHNS, Xfld.. Xuf. The Prlnco of Wales will land hero at noon licit Tuesday, according lo of- ficial announcement last night. Arrangements for hfe reception were tnade (or upon ihe arrival, of the IJrltlsh cruiser Dauntless which preceded the escorting fleet for Ibe puriwse of with iho local authorities. Get your Vlclrola now and be prepared Ior the Bummer's- fun., Vfctrolaa from 534.00 up. Hivitp you to. come in hear the following Records: .6t3U "When .You Look in the Heart ol a Rose ...........-....-...Sung by John McConriart Rainbow Division March -by Arthur Pryor's Band Splril of Intlepenrfencc Starch...... Conway's Band 1S5C1 Out of the East Trot......-----......... i C. Smith's-Orchestra Day Trot ..Joseph C. .Smith's Orchestra 1S55C Oli; Susie Behave jfcdley One-Step Van Eps Trio Monfe" Oristo Jr., Medley Foi Trol___Van Eps Tflo Liillaliy Blues -----'...............American Quartette When the Bees Make..Honfiy .In.Sunny Alabaui Dy IrVltig and Jack kaufm.aii 617SO Miss You...................i.by 1S5G3 BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. "His Master's Voiqe" rSeal Records At Greatly Reduced x, .'T'HE'tqllowmg list wil. what this unpre- v; means Sexletle, Amato, Journet, Jacoby, Promiw Me T RcgnftvaoeL ailcnzo Teiriztlnl '8MR' LulUby-from "Joycelyn" .l.V. McCormack-Xrefalef Mclba-KiiMlk'- .I72S7 sltrciijde Farim 7.N GalH-Curci-cfa Loot 1'oIPUncon Al 'erd Marlnar 'THtiRutto l.M 3-M 3.H 1H J.H' V- ViOrolM from up to .old on wurmtnft, iF dci'ited. Aak for free copy ol our 624-page CKcy. lijling over 9000 "HJj Voice" Rtcfid..: y Hear them at any "Mis Master's Voice" dealers anufudliircd by Herllncr Cbr, -f i Monlreal. _L _L___ _____ 19199-cJI _ lave Crowd al Mai'leod Exhibi-! tion a Little Ins. Tucker Injured Our Own Corii.sponi5fnO MACLEOD, Aug. successful len exhibiting at Ihe Maclcod Fair i tbe livestock line, were J. ft. Me- -can tor heavy while ilcln- p'jh Brothers In a differ out line look s many firsts Joeeph Shield led j largo array of heavy beef and milk I allle, while J. R. McLean and T. S. 'IcLcau, crowded him closely, '.and fere awarded specials, and second i. 'red ft'ooj, led in a special line .of toclt porkers, and W. Evana eityb- tcd the extra special and heavy bacon logs. Tbcrs v.'fis a eihlblt of eese, turkey a, ducks and chickens. Theep were on the list, and some, flne mes, for the butcher trade. ind every day uee carried oil prizes, n the horse races tbe greatest al- ware Iho many Indian which wore run on merit, the heal torse wlrmiug each Umc. The Judging of drivers, and saddle boraea, and pon- es, was done In front of the tand, which on the second" day wps lllccl to Ita ulmost capacity. The new Macleod orchestra, and band ere on hand during the day.. The _j id way ft-bich had been arranged for ailed to reach Maclood in time, whlcli vas a great disappointment to Ilie iltlc folks, also for many ttl (he older ones. The greatest attraction was the first airman to float, over the grand stand, circling around several lloies. and flying very low, so Ih'al every one could EGG him, and read Ills number, IB also passed over the town, and'af- er making his bow to Macleod people, wont on his way to Lt-Lhbrldge. He eft Tor (hat city at 6.45 p.m. on his ray to complete his trip from Vancou- ver, B. C., to and lie .was cheered on his way by the big crowd. Tho best and most enthusiastic irrl jatlon meeting held was in the Fear.co School House on .Monday ntglit, when the largest crowd that ever seen at'thls school, heard the messagQ ".'of rr.gaUon, and received Jt with Open learts. They were unanimous ior irri gallon, and will support it lo a rtan, when ihe time comes for a vole-OD "iis groat "project: To Visit Goaldale A, motor trip has been arranged b> Hi? irrigation people to Coaldale, on Alondaji'-Augusl llth, BO Uiat-aJl may see' irrigation Sn. working, and thua have a good finish lo tb.9 irriga lion meetings that hare been held In the various districts. Now that sine these meetings have been number s! heavy rains have beenJis Iributed over.UiB districts., A similar instance occurred- floin'e- years- ler. ulhe. farmers !.and, the ..hoards 0t trade had held for ir- the government sent gome men to tnlk on tho subject, and the fnads that the'jneet- ing3 werei called had been l.eiuVKirice, until a! few'wcbk'a ago, These districts are irri- galion, and il the taken now It would carry.by major; Successful Men' Always Saved They were iHrifiy. They were shrewd enough to seeihai the Kibit of saving meant lirenglhening of character. With 'the'money saved ihty were lo vantage of oppoftuni- as they uoie. rVeiolve lodiy lo open Saving! Ac- count in thii Binlc THE BflttK OF HOVA SCOTIR D. KJNC Efincb i Some Fields Exceed Kxptv- jn Evidence (From Our Own'-CorKiiBon'JanO HIOX Alta, Aug. of ihe grain which survived the burn teg sun- shine and hot wltids o( July Is now ready harvest. Some crops will ticeed expectations beM several ago: Ttie straw in all cases Is etiort, and many ami various arc the appliances and QtlacHicenls designed (o save every possible bead of grain, noth binders anc) mowers are being flipped to baiiJIe the short crop. One of the liesl appliances seen by Ihe v-rlter Is a largo carrier fastened behind (lie pluirorm o[ the binder, only the sickle and rttl bcinp used. Two inco are required (o operate Ibo machine, one- drivfnR, Ihe other pilch- the grain into the lioi behind. vbich is large ctiough 10 hold Uie grain cul In one ruund, Mgre beaderj are being iarioduced Into ihe district also. A Rale was held on Monday of Hie Etocb, Implemeuls and lurnlture ol (Jotlfrled who Is Itbvlog the district.. Sutton. of the JIat was the cyctloneer. All the goods command- ed a tair price, especially considering the dry year. 11 1'aull, manager tor Hewitt and of Ibe local bardirare', lefl'.SDn- tlay on a short vacation La Saskatch- ewan. lly. One of llio agenls here for Irriga- tion pumping plants baa taken orders for two more plants this week, to bu delivered aa soon as posEfble. Keiva ivas received on Monday rrnra Victoria, that Joseph-McFarlano died a I the Victoria Ifoapifal, from Lh cfleets o[ an accident recejved about CRC rsoalh'ago. lie was stepping on street car when he IVHE alruck by an auto to tile hospital. lit) had the flrat Tariu near Macleod, anrt it was froiii bis farm'Iliat the old-R. X. W. M: P. received their flrat veg- etables and grain for their use in (ho early 'days. He; sold put here about fifteen years QEO, haying another farm souie thirty mijes uj> the river at what was known as Big-Bend detachment. He-Eoid again'and bought- north and west of At this place he sold ovcrytiiirig Riid .moved to Victoria, he died oh Monday, August 4lh, 1919. 'Hcvwas a 'rnan had [many 'friends, who wlirWpurn the loss, Dusiiicss iness is from, the the recent rains. in spec Lor Tilrter.' who is officer com- maiiding Macleol'at present, met with an accident a ago. by: wliich Ihr'ea in the hospital, but Is now able to about again.- Aug. Issued a formal statement last night saying that the "frank state- ment" niade by Viscount Uehlda-as to Japan's'. policy regarding Shantung, "ought to servp to'rcmove many of the misunderstand Jugs which had begun tp R ecu mul ate about this ueslion.'q', Referencea In tlie Uchitia stalbtneDl a? lo the agreement between Japan. and-hCina in 1915, "might be mis- the president not commented upon In." the light of.wliQt occurred In Paris." When the question of 'disposal of Shantung was definitely decided on at Paris, President Wilson-said, the Jap- aneso delegation In reply Lo a question Irom him soidt ".The policy o[ Japan is-.to hand back Iho Shantung'peninsula in. sov- ereignty lo China, retaining only the economic" privileges granted 16 Ger- many and the- right to settlement under tbe'usnal1 conditions al Tslng'Tao." Dorothy iMoran, four yeara old, daughter or W. Moran, Otlawa; IVRS fatally- hurned while playing with matches.' PRICES DECLINING RAPIDLY There's Absolutely no Question About it JERK'S GROCERIES Are the Finest Every detail of our'ser- vice leaves no' question regarding the satjsfacv tibri of bur customers FRUITS AND V; VEGETABLES PLUMS PEAChlPLUMS APPLES (COOKING) CANTELOUPE BLACK CURRANTS BLACKBERRIES Arc arriving'daily tor jirc'serv- ins. Leave your 6rd6r. OA flaskets, each ZUC Oranges, dozen, v and Lemons; large size, dozen See Our Windows Saturday Morning for Specials on y Mutton, Veal, Poultry Buy where .you are protected by the' i Pure Fpod Laws of Canada P. B0RNS CO. limited .DOMINION FISH'MARKEY DOMINION 1KAKKBT COR. 4JH MS, OTH Sf. 8. PHONE 1J64 Peaches, per 'pound Peaches, Elhcrtas, caae i. r New Potatoes, per poujid i j 'Carrots, three V per i per 10c 25c 38c 254 25c 35c BLUEBERRIES We are sllll getting a lew baskets. Better place an order- now. .Creamettes; per Y package v' SWth'or'a ..Sfacaropi, per package Sunklat 07 "la'de, Der'jaf.'lfc C Sunklst Orange Manna- I-'AJY lade, per tin......... Sunklst Qranfe 'nrj jar ft I C Sunkisl" Grape rrult.' nrj 'MaVmala'de' I C Cocoa Cola, per DoUle. and New Season Strawberry Jam, 1 Ib. glass, -each .Wether's Raspberry' Jam Wogslaflo's Limo Juice, pint 60c; "qunrt McLaren's QA I.craorado JUC SfcLaren's Wild Cherry1.....'....., McLaren's Craps Punch OHve Butter, JoIIj-' Powders, 'per Phg.................. Urown Vinegar. per boltle Sliced Peaches, Uolil IJa'r, NT0- 2 each .Easter Urand, Prunes, 1 Ib. Van Camp's Hominy, per Un............... Peas', Standard, -2 ..Cms Bitra. Sifted, each 'Kraut, cacri Del Hefringsf in'" totoalo sauce, 'Fren'ct'1 p.er-'T- c'j. Soups, .1, Tomato made, quart'HealcrB, each Libby'a Sour Mixed, Pickles, large size-... Libby's Chow.. Chow, lirge size........... home 45c 42c y IV' 90t Olive -r amfill Royal Salad DrcsslnB, ?S6, ond. Iloyal Mayonnaise, if. .each 4jC Heinz Pure White Vine- 90c 90c 43c 28c 44c ..TSlstle-Uaddie, each................. Chicken HaddieV 1 each Oystqrg, large each'................. .Povk and Beaos, Llbby's -largej-2 tins Pork and Beans Del "Monte, 2 Uns' Bar, .per tin Cafnation Freah Grated Coroanut, .-ized wilh.ltg own rich milk, per iin........ f.. Teal Braid's Best-.................. Tea, Blue Hiblion................ Tea, lloyal Shield Cotrco, MalMn'a Best Coffee, Tuxedo -Health per pkE.. per PelllJahnVBreakfant Food, Grapelade, 45c sleril- iii- 70c 57t 60c 12c 29c gar........... .McLaren's Prepared Mustard Palm OMre Soap, 3 Wilson Fly Poison Ply SwaUers, each 38c ,10c idc Gold Standard Baking Powder, regular 25c. On Apple Butter, Tea 'Jarden "Brand'................ Wonder Shine, regular 25fl." This week, 2 for Kold Pack Frull Jar Holders, eacli Dill Picnics, gallon Jars, Sweet GcrKlns, per Ollyes. In bulk, per'plnl- Sweel .Mixed Pkklea, per. pint Benson's .Prepared Starch, per pkg. Chloride Itlrae. 36c l4 3Sc 35c 15c 14c 145J-1365 I. ;