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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, HERALD PAHff Increases fi.270 in ValM For iOOO 'itehels But 'p Only TORONTO, C. N. R In Iti argument for' higher' freight rales, petals frc-cr agricultural imple- rasnl; to' Canadian Nat-; figures set put 'emptier interesting-situation. "The of one .bushels c! irheit' iz 'set down to-be In 1508, J810 and In :The -fright from: Arthur these ona: thousand, frjabels of 'wheat- was sixty 14 iS08.. and J8-1 fo 1919- Tlie percentage" of 'freight charged to valOo. and 4.0.A: ,ln J919, a decrease.pi three whole points. rapid Increase In the ralue of commodities is not peculiar -to' Canada and It lias been pointed that the value of goods transported by United States roads which was la 1914 filty-sta dollars a ton, had In- created In 1319 to a ton, an In- crease of, 112 per cent. the sharp difference be- tween tie increase ot the value of products transported bv tlie railroads and the Increase la the percentage of charges to that value wHl hare bearing on the Canadian frekebt rates situation." SOLDIER RELIEVED DEAD; CLASSED'AS DESERTER; LOCATED since "Jo- Yeaifcar, mourned as .dead ijr wife and family, classed by tbe mifltfa department at Ottavra as a deserter from the CinadU Copke, pi this citr, has written Walton- stating that he had Veen Germany and was IB an Bifilsh aurslug.norne re- covering Irom'ithe of .German in (Jerjuany hi had; lost all trace -of his famllyi 1 Cooke..'was notified iu May her-ailpwarico was stopped because Sjeijind. had "deserted." but It would that Cooke had been a ot War in Lord Burnhain WiU Be Made Indian Will Be Staged FOSTEP-I5 DEFINITE vAus. li-r-Not- wlUutandlog the urtset ropre- senisticiis of the Canadian -5- Council of Ajrkalhire, the United ol Alberta, the United' Grain Growers, and other final word has now receited from Sir George K. Poster, minister of trade arxi commerce, that the Canadian Wheat Board, abnormal conditions should arise, will not handle v the crop. SERVICE NIGHT AND DAY Let Us Supply Your Touring Necessities THE GARDEN CITY OALGARY. Aug. bis the state all set for the reception acd entertainment of Imperial party nsil Tuesday morning, August 13th and one of the principal featu of the program uilll be of Lord liurnham Into the JBlackloot tribe, whose in em be re under the lead- ership ot Chief Yellow Horje. will pike him a full-fledged, Ills uame will not be selected untg the Indians see him and tbja element ol uncertainty Is expected to add to the ceremony. The 'press party will at G Chen about 7 a.m. and at lh will be an informal reception. II will be really Informal, too. At o'clock cars wffl be prorldei.lo taki the visitors ahout the' flrrrrotindirif for'an'ho'ur, and'three definiti routes have been selected, so. that th( dust -nuisance will not be prewot. A 10 o'clock tie party will go the fair groliads'.where Lord Buraham w.111 be an ?n_dlan .chlof anc at. JOiSOMUa program, ar ranged. especially; -for tbo occasion will be started. VA1. high noon, the Indians, -mountet police, will form a procession and escort; tbe guests to .their special train which will depart at .for Calgary. C. N. R. EARNINGS TORONTO', AUE. -National ,railway- Erbas..earnings fo' tbe week ended 'August '7, 1920, were an, increase of over the corresponding period, a year ago. The earnings trpm January .1 t( date., show aii incr'eafe of (he figures being this yea: and? for the correspondlni 'period iast.-year. Ate in Restaurant AndTTrenRobyit Macleod' Now. Has a Burglary Dollars and a Suit of Clothes Taken BANK AT I BOSTON, Aug. New Bag- land awaited with the keenest inter- est today further in connection with the.crash of Charles Ponjl's dream castle ot (nance to the building of which forty thousand in vectors are alleged to hare contrib- uted from fifteen to twenty million dollars federal and itstv officials continued with renewed vigor their investigations with a view to dUetas- tog every ramification of the affulr. The financial district of the city was especially concerned tha probe underway disclose that would involve Institutions other thar- the Hanovet Trust company which was Ponii's largest depository The Kanover compauy has been clos cd by State Bank Commissioner Allen j who announced that Its capital was' seriously Impaired and probably wiped out. At Bessemer, Mich., Eli Correction for a year. He ottered to 'ound guilty of violating the probibi-jpay a fine of and said be haul lion law, was sent to the Home ofi made prcfits o! liO.OOO in blind Uaclaod now kae a mystery on its haads in abaps of a. burglary This It another barefaced affair as the one thought to be the culprit-bad his meal In the restaurant he robbed. This mau entered a Jap restaurant, ordered bte meal, made a nomber of enquiries an.d left. He went to the rear, entered through a window and got aivey with about twenty dollars and a suit of clothes. Kow the portce arc looking for a man about fire feet nine inches tall, weighing about 160 poqoda. He is clean shaven, hai blict hair, was wearing a. Ichaki shirt azrf corduroy pants but nov .may -be wearing the stolen cult. Apparently he is about twenty-three or twenty-tour years of age. That he. at one time .was acquaint- ed in Macleod geerra certain for, while in the' restaurant Wednesday night, he inquired abont a numbed of former residents of' ths town. Earlier in tha night he had entered the round- house of the C. P- R. and enquired about trains north, Information about the affair vas tc-legraphed to C. D. MacKlntosh, superintendent of Southern Alberta railway division uf the C. P. R. from Macleoil. ..The R. C. M. P. station was notified as well as the A. P. P. and local police in Leth- b ridge. DENVER STREET CAR OUTRAGE DENVER, Aug. Ives under the rails on the Stoat street ear Uoe damaged the track and crippled a car today. No one was Injure'd. A switch at the stock- yards was molested also. Police said ft was the work of striking carmen or SHIP FRUIT NET WEIGHT OTTAWA, Asg of fruit and vegetables from Canada to the United States must be marked net weight. Such' is the Information conveyed In.a Wire received by the fruit branch of the de- partment of agriculture. HitAerto some doubt has erlsted In the minds of growers if such a condition, which was imposed by a recent amendment to the Ifood and Drugs Act, would be Insisted upon. Pending a determina- tion, however, of whether the quan- tity ot the contents must be marked on small open containers inclosed within crates no action will be taken by tbo department 1C the containers are not marked. Good chocolate fudge requires modi beating. THE garden hose has saved many a valuable bam when theblaze vyasnoticed in time. The T" Power Light and Plant with a Fairbanks Morse power pump and pneumatic tank means safety for your property. No dangerous oil lamps and good pressure tat the tap, in barn, stables, house, or where wanted. Running water is mighty handy for garden and lawn, 02 for c leaning the auto or buggy j as well as for watering the stock. Come in and see the "F" Plant at work producing brilliant, safe electric driving the separator, grindstone; washing machine, and generating current for an electric iron and Other labor saving appliances. LA. SHARMANCO. I. H. C. AGENTS LcUibridje 1233-1293 2nd Avenue S. ,_ "F" Power Light Plant 322 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE PHONE 1444 The Great Clothiers of the Great West uens Men's 3-piece Blue Worsted Sulti, 1 A-CA old price J2S 00 Cut to iiJ.Du Men's 2.and 3-plcce, many. IE" pore woollens. Oldiprico (2300 to Cut to Men's Suits, good patterns and. materials. Old prices lo