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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 192 In tlie upper niviii Convocation Hall, win CONVOCATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO rAwHed'science, or S.l'.S." group. She is the first wouiau lo graduate (rum "the school" VANCOUVER, Aug. spec-j Ific charges asalnst alleged profiteers'; and no subpoecaes were issued at the: sitting o! the.Board of Commerce here today, and unless further i opmerjts arise within a day or two more sessions will be held In Vancou- ver. The session this morning was uuiro in lhe nature of a second-table discussion, with several Interested .PTK'O reiTiiction advocates taking parT 'Alderman Joseph Hosfciiis. appearing for the city, charged that the present price of f 15 ton being charged for coal was'eritirety uncalled-for; from S10 to 511 should be the top and at ,_ that figure, he contended, the dealers would make a good profit. Alderman Reid referred to adver- tiseinents by dealers" ichich stated; Mhat coal will go to 520 per ten be-i fore winter. He vrished to jintnv what; nction the board could take and he was Informed by Chairman that the board could only taVe action .when specific charges are laid against 'alleged profiteers. LOGGERS KILLED miles east ot Seattle, accordins to a wire received at'the office of Sheriff "SALADA" Tea is Pure Tea, Fragrant and oi Delicious Flavor, stimulating and refreshing, "Watch lor the Name" on every genuine sealed packet. 27 Years in Public Service. SEATTLE, Aug. Olson f.nd EHred Holgren. loggers, were iilled, and seven others were injured, none seriously, today when a Xorlh- ern Pacific freight train struck an automobile truck in which they were riding at Cumberland. Washington, 30 Stringer here. May always enjoy the] best of'J..... regular- O Blood Brother Swore I o Avenge Death After Most Un- usual Incident iNew 1 -with LUX iTKe daintier ;the garment -.the more delighted you ,tte refreshing, renewing qualities of the LUX bath. For washing the finest pastel- tinted Georgette, Crepe ot Silk blouse, sheerest silk stockings, arising The Better Butter Scotch BELLEVILLE, weather conditions are promised for the political gathering to be held at the village of Stirling this afterno'on when Hon. i Arthur -Melgben vrill make his first pronounce PARIS. July for tbe assa'sination of Essad Pasha, head ol (.he Albanian delegation here, is lie ing cruietly awaited by a broth- er" of the Balkan leader, according to a circumstantial story by a French writer, published by'the BsCR'slor. This man, now-rich and influential in Trance, ttie story goes, was one of several poor young men who 30 years "ago met Essad Pasha, then known as v.ari and Alberta this land, .though j the' "Black of -Abdul Hamid surrounded farms nas been left tin umstantiub'ple, :when .he-'crowded untouched. the since lhe a tard game .and upon of the''company's wilderness playing withv.tliem; Fearing Essad Though '-still the void's greatest fur Pasha, they protested they were too trader, the cornpan; has 'poor to play witlvhini but he insisted, and more on "its chain emphasizing It by placing his revol- of departmental itorc that extend imperial glories, thut Father Le Corre knew in his loutii have departed L Tho yardstick has lhe scep- tre The sovep'ign has b'ecome' a merchant ''Can you tell me of a good law ver on the table :is a threat. To meet the "Mood, brother1' put down his dagger, poisoned, he said, 'Es'sad'J'asha showed sur- prise, then ilns pleasure.., r, "Young ninn." is the first time anyone.has dared defy me. Men like you are etc, use the foamy, cle Jree LUX lather. There ia nothing like LUX. No substitute for it. The matchless parity of these satiny wafers of the finest essence of soap can harm nothing that pure water itself may touch. LUX is sold! at all departmental stores, .etc. lanly lilllt rtflfekaJl, "The Cart i Dainly Clothes" is tent fref en LEVER BROTHERS- LIMITED TORONTO 85 t Uberal-Conservatrve... policy; Tb premier arrived in the'city at an early hour this morning accompanied ,lty Hon. J. D. Reidt minister of railways the best, man." and Hon. Dr. of ag- Scandinavian riciiltxird i PaPers: To a Canadian Press representative.) "Wolher, fc cannibalism Mr. MelEhen said thaf It was .his-. in- llear: "Bncause-I heard tfintlon to 'deal with the general Aunt 'Julia you would he Here are some other examples of htimor from-, current cannibalism "Where docsUo avenge "deaths. am this, now, itlcal sitnation but that owing to the [living the f fact tbat it bo an open meeting in warm weatner he would I ''Waiter! Finrl out It dinner your col- Is (iiioted utiisayini', ''to keep hut I, that ''French courts [it unnecessary for me to Rusten Aveni, arrested on the spot lor shooting dowii E3aad as the latter vas'eniering his automobile in the down town district recently, is awaiting maritime i by. the-Famoun Players- rrovlnces to take part in thomiuis- erial by-eTectlons. AGED J'RIEST RETURNS TO CANADA TO DIE laMet Canada's Great Opportunity in Live Stock The importance of the live-stock industi'y can- not be too strongly, nor too frequently, empha- sised. Europe will for years import meat pro' 'duels in enormous quantities. The agricultural prosperity of Canada depends more tbnn over upon e.vporis of beef, pork, lamb, elf. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Tola! i E.'E. MACKAY Manaser, Ltthhridgt Branches at Taber, and Magrath Father Au-j gufita'Le Corrc labored for 'fofty-lwol years a itiissionnry among I3ie dians at Hmlson's Bay Company poslaj on lhe Mackenzie -river. Full of years: and honors, lie .back Jo Francs! to spend the remainder of Ms Hut Die old pfpiiecr found Mniself ntij alien in civilization. The frontier waa I !D hia blood. The wilderness "called hrm. A fragile, almost OlnphnnouA of a man in iiricslly garli, sntiw of hair, fc-lally Wind, steppr-i] off the irain at Edmonton, ho stood lean- r Ing on bis cane, a smile imnJc hi? taoe radiatit, CelrgyniRn and sisters of church him.; Rftlhraced Mm and him witli dfimonstrntirms of 'Affection, Torre, now yf-ars old.) had cnmp homo to