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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY 11KHALD. SATURDAY, AUGUSTA KAT1FY PEACE TREATY -Aug. The v Jjfr chamber o: deputies yesterday i unanimously ratified iho peace JV) treaty with Germany. v MEXICAN REVOLUTION j 7i DAMAGE CLAIMS HIGH MRXJCO CITY. Aug. tor inflicted durinr tiW Meil- 'ciaV reToUitlou lovsOled pasbs on S. This amount, cot Includo IJriiiab. Uniied Sines and FVach clnlms, Tvhich filed. RUMANIAN OFFICERS DISREGARDED ORDERS PARIS, Auy. Pnfis) Mliu, of (he 'Rumanian [tice d'elecalion, "as called today lor the .-second time beforl. Ibe supreme council on account of toe Ruuaniin reluFil to comply with ilie of the peace conference. Iw cODTersR' lion will --neDibers of the. council. M. Mlsu defiled that r.urainia had Brok- en avvay froai tlie peace conference. his 'eip'lsnaion of the situation in Budapest was tharKumjmian there had ;ae sopreme coun- cil's'order. LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. S. 1 WASIKN'OTOX. Auj. Mi ai- drais" to President Wilson saldjeadwis o! orinniied. Ubor be was sure 'VHl.rreiently yield lo .1 sober tad like ihe fRfiT ma.n o! their associates Ihlnt aad act UXe Americans ai this Lime, Ihe presifleat eiM. only mai- lers worse nod he exprosffJ bis con- fidence thai labor would reside K. "S'o remedy li possible while men are In a temper." said Ibe presideDt. "Had there can be no setllenirDi which not have aa IU motive acd stand- ard the general iuieresi.'' s This president .warned constofj-, butower, ibai uo complete and luimetl- lale reuaedy wai lo found iu teps- Rciiou. Process of supp'y 4sramd QUEEN'S KINGSTON. OCTAVO pliv cerrrid hy "ceBce. RDUCATION rf Lie f t renc Mining Ctwmicil, CiTil, Mcchtn'icil. Elcctrictl SVMWR ICKUL NltTtiltM SCHBK IJulyiad Drteabci lo April CEO. T. CHOWN, J open -HEADLINS JINGLES Parliament opens Sept. first, riles queuchwl the SouLh's Breat ihint. S'o more tbe milous slooktniva quails. Canada awaiU the PrSace of Wales. Greil was the fall Bella Much like file fall of (he Musler Hun. SLrifcej spread flro In tbe 1-. S. A. Tbe Llbersftonveullon is making The 0. B. V. seems to be doing quite Aod the Xfiiser avails his ticket to mean.) underhand where 1 Up to the time of coins to it hat! no: been denied in view of (be Liberal t-oarealfon in Ultawa aod everrlhiDg, (ihai Sir Henry Uraylon's prayer on asjuminEj olRce was itf sub- stance s choice bit from the 23rci "111 Ask Government to t'u duct Surveys in Thnl Dis- trict, Without Delay ate of ihemwlTK. while ihe country j -Thou preyaresl a table before .._s neither at peace nor at war. nie m "When no peary ol mind l there Cftn be no energy or j he said. Politically, socially. ralca-lv lha world Is on the prorating labie anil it not been possible TO administer, an RnaeslheUc. There fan be no confidence in indusly. no" basis Cor credits, no confidem liny ing or systematic selling no certain process ot'employment, no normal restoration or business, no hopeful attempt at re- or.ihe proper re-asscmb- Church Stktolfer Btys freWf.'r .harfai. Ijl. Orcne. UM rf FVWs, place RM.'C. ilh, 6thr-.9lh.aod 13th places. ic presence of mine enemies." Enemies of Progress There aro threo enemies of progress Prejudice and Selfish ness. And .the greatest of Sel "A rolling calhers no Quite (rue. Bin a Axed stone soon a mossback. ing element? of heir lo YINTNlPJiXJ, Aug. A. Mur- lln, James Grant ai.d William Faruell. allexeA and leaders .In _ the "pltent jarade on Junt; 21, which led to rJoltnf, were (Ms forenoon wniatid ed until Tuesday ball prior to thMr commltluent to stand trial on eed II Ion clmrpes. Very little evidence was presented this M. Chapman, a news fraao, stalM that he would duce transcripts of speech at the Market Square meeting on the 111fhl of June 20. He Elated that the nieeiinK had beeu called to arrange for the "client parade" and 'Martin was ibe umn wliu outlined 111? plau. declared the "was Insistent and said the people -would assert (heir rights In spite ol the may- or'a proclauialipn." U. BatsfurJ. another newepapcriumi. said he was present at the meeting nbd Identified Fnrnell as one of the speakers. His testlmonr followed closely thai given by Chapman and previous witnesses. Farnell had satd that the parade would be held, mayor or he slated. Under cross- examltifitlon, Bats ford said he had made no notes and could not give the remarks of the speakers verbatim, R- 'B. Graham closed the case tor the crown aiid R. M. Noble, defense couDEel, made application, for a re- mand till Tuesday in order la ar- range bail. This was allowed, CAN'T ENTER CANADA-- supreme coun ciVs warnluK uote lo cqrdlne usually, well inlormed writing "'in the Bcho de Paris, is a cairto order and RurnaTna beems to have decided to make con- cessions in the form, if not in fact. He was probable an aereamcnL .reached. DfSCUS PEACE TREATY 'OUp WEEK-END POME .Old K. C. o[ L. is still on the fclimb; "A dollar .-looks smalJer than a litlle nit] dlmC look ,in the dear-old days "of n good common senee, i, i' "'cents, :Xo wonder a fellow looks down in the gills, When Ihc panicky nilises hands over lii; bins: Ah Ihe urices get very much worse the grocer's delivery 'Jl look like a hearse! PATII.S; Augr a- of tha (troupe and commit- .teea ffMhe 'chainber of deputies today It WHS decided' to open discussion of the petqe rlcaty on Aug. 26., sajE ihs I inijeverynonie vhere me seiectionof rocxlb direct- ttiveiKealtk .or,, I Shredded WKeaitj Biscuit is 100 percent, wnole wkeat made I m. if -i: steam-cooking, snredding and .Give yourself aSummer treat ty eating SKredded sliced pananas, or otker offood for Peggy a lavish huaband. Jack. Youll be wltb you, dear? fregislering 0 Bourse. Peggy dear. -You shall-even tiare a new pair of shoes occasionally 'our times mailed and' two has ids IIVIDE was the record admiUt in. Ihe .Toronlo co.irl by. Ada Vlolt ClnrX. who pleatJeil guiUy to big amously Joseph was sentenced to three months at lln farm. OUCH! CORNS! LIFT CORNS OFF, OTTAWA, -W chief (iVess censor bas given notice tltal tho K'jr- ycr PolsVI, a daily newspaper printed ID Ihe language in Is proiilblLed Irom catering CQDlda AGQUAIlsjTEp eally srcured RgaiiiEi a crop n'nioiion of it vjas agreed I i appoint a with o'.ver to add lo make i ie necessary arrangements Lo have 'irrigation scheme provided for ns district Tlie comiuiUee, is" as follows: J. ;ood, PeUetier, A. C. S. Hunter, DuKield. The riB'lhpu adjourned. this comr niLlee met it appointed Mr. Wood and added nauaes of Wi A. -lloss, Walter JacfcsoD, H, K: Hyde ind' 0. Floag Lo and ippolnled Ihe secretary ot the district .ssQciatioa, H. as 1he-Bec- etary. 'i The foUowijig resoLution iras mor-j ed and passed: 'Dominion1 [overnnieDi be requested Lo .make' ;his summer a surresn lo .determine ihe feasibility of coiiBlructing Irriga- tion works to Summer- view district, ihe CowUr-disfrlct, .the .'incher Creek flata.and the .district south of Pincher Creek-; The meeting adjourned lo meet on Thursday, Aug. llth', o FLOUR U am afraid it has {spoiledlmeiforjaay jlljere's7coupoaincvco'sized bag jKpbin Hood Flour.? One coupon in ipom Eight lieac) of catilo belonging Foster Motfat. costing about. were killed Irglmins in a pasture I Held near I ATjYpURjCROCiR Doesn't'hurt'a bit-Id'lift Ih sore, touchy wilh lingers DropA ol magic! a- litl] rreezonc on that bothcrannip corn. In slanlly that corn atops you Jlfl ft olf with tlic.'. fingers. pain -Try, ill Vour arflggial Bells of KrcCzwib for a fo.w iiiifflcfcriL Tour feet eVorv bard ctofa.'eotl nr tori (rul and enjoys a perfect cup of deli- cious, find an add'e'd pleasure in a cup of Chase Saribprn's "SEALV BRAND" COFFEE: In i and 2 pound fins. aha fine ground (or Percolators.-. Never iold iq bulk. CHASE ti SANBORN, MONTREAL. BLUE RIBBON If you wish to enjoy a cup of delipiqus tea try Blue Ribbon All live grocers sell it. i Waterway Route ofithe Continent The Scenery never tires during th'e entire 550 of .water journey from Port William to Port McNicoU. At times, s but' of sight of at' others so close to shore that you. can speak to the folks on land. The Steamers li Manitoba" are fitted with all modern improve- ments, with eyery wish of. passengers anticipated. mem For tKe Best Letler.From Women-Describing t The That Interested Me Most During the fylonlK of August, and wn'y. The Herald will give in cieh prizes ito women for Ihe belt Utter telling which advertise- merit or 3 local during the month i of August Interested them most. Tfiese lotlen.wlll enable 'advertlters to underEland btlter.the kind. of advertisements thai appeal to vtprnen, and thus help their itare more Inter- citing.'It Is, of courie, recognlxed thai many women find Ihe itorf one of the most Interestlng-feilures of a and II is the desire of both the advertiser and Ihe Herald 'to cultivate this Interest. Please judge only the adve'rtiierr.entt of "the LerhbrUge .bualneti. placei, Irrespeotlve of lite. Kindly consider every advertltement of tvery Lethbrldge firm lhat appears In the Herald dur- ing the month of August. General -idvertlilng by manUUcturere Is not to be Included. decide which local advertisement Interest! you most enclose It with your letter and itlte whit day appelred. It-will be sary for you to clip adyertliement you find the molt Interesting each day, and hold It until you find one thai makei-a stronger The following cash prliea will be given: Best.Letter- J26.00 Second Best Letter.................-----. 16.00 Third Beit'.Letter B.OO Pourth Best''Letter Fifth Sett Letter 2.00 Any woman, may send regardless tl where'she resides, All will he turiftd: over lo the stortl whose aeseribed._. All you hive to do IE a letter to thi Herald lelllnl which local a'dvertlsement Intereiti you mosl, and whyi. A'ddrest your Herald, "Most In- teresting Advertisement Cepl." All jellen muij JOjhJ ,-j Mrs, 0. W. Robinson, Pro. Local Council of Women; Mr, n. T. BrVmnerrAet. Prei, ol Board tradf; .Mr.' Jarnes See. Trado i'a'ndf Merchants' Asioclttion, wlil aijt'as Judges and will decide which are (he live best let- v 1 1 To the store whose advertisement Is tfelcrlbed In the best letter, Ihe Herald win give a hall-cage spite In Dally Hcr.ild vylthout ;