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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WLCETCH THK DAtTA HERALD. MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1019' II I B ii BADIHiFDRA ARTHl'R HENDERSON IS COMING TO V. S. WINNIPEG, Aug. state ownership it a. general nature vas 2 bad thin; for a young and eipandlns country, is the opinion of Robert Bell, a prominent New Zealand iiewspaper- oun, who is visiting Winnipeg at present In an Interueir last nlsbl. Mr. Bell j iraw a gloomy picture ot the effects of. stale ownership in Xeir Zealand, where tic "claimed H'nad been carried (6 excess eud declared lhat irhile it may IK advisable in lie case of mills, telegraphs and telephones and savinjs the interests or a country that nsd just entered upon the develop- ment stage were best served by priv- ate ownership, with in adequate sys- tem of state control, in the fortx of commissions, lifce tie Canadian board of railway commissioners and the neiv fcosrd oi commerce, lo prevent exploi- tation of the public for undue profits. NEW YORK. Auj. Henderson, secretary of tlyj Bflt- liti labor partr, and formerly a cabinet minister and privy court- cllloc, has accepted an Invitation of the United Stales labor party to visit the United Slate: In Oct- ober, according to an announce- ment nudo by William. Koehn, chairman of the American party. Mr. Henderson will go on a Ifc- ture tour ol the principal Indus- trial centres In the country. CHICAGO. "Aag. P.- Swill, president oi Switl and company, an- nounced on Saturday that il had been decided to dispose 'of- all of the com- pany's interests In tanning and leath- er. For this curpoiB :tho National company BES hceu-'incorporat- M under lie laws oMSiine wlti head- Quarters at Mass, 'with -a tUl stock of shares at lie-par virue of MINERS ENTOMBED LIKELY CHOICE ovinn'al Department of Agii- cuHure Furnishes a List of Opportunities in the North i in forma I ion el yANies re- quirlLg hay. or who Jcrirc 10 lol out on shares, or to arrange lor Ihe Mviulerlng of i-alile, the fol- s is a list of the names of people who .have boon reported lo have, hay for sale, or who are desirous For Third Member of Ihc New Court of Robson's Absence OTTAWA. lion.. JuiUcc Itobson, oiairmau of Ihe of commerce, has' returned to to complete Ms labors In roniiecliou wilh the inquirr lie has been conduct-, into the general strike -iii-lua't cilv. He is not expected ib return Lo tie capilal for 10 or J2 days. Durius JfiC RoK-on's aoseuce. F. O'Con- nor will proceed Will) Ihe preliminary work iu connection with ihc orsauizn- tton of (lie board. Capt. E. il. White, sccrelary of the boara, commence, his duiles on Correipondenre and re- ppfls relalinff to matters wiili wbici the board will deal have already com- menced to pour In aud (lie are that when ina organization is com- piled Ihelr be plenty oi wort for ot obtaining cattle shares or who would arrange to n'inler caltle. The list Is furnished by tbe department of agriculture: E. H, Sheppard.'Hio Orand KO, would' winter stock ou bm would, prefer sheep. 'Johii' l.ukc, Crand Prairie, ivulil winler or 30 Lead al so much per head ou shares. AVould slock i6r Lhrcc years OD shares. fVinfc fox. Athabasca. P.O. Eos C3, one carload of catt'.e. II. B. Howell. Grand Prairie, would like lo sei in touch party mean- ing toilet 40 to 50 heifers on stares tcr -five rears, one-hilf ilie and one-balf the ia- crease. to -April, al ?-24 per mouth. lie Terence, manager, local back, D. .Maloney, Clyde, could j-aslcro and Tvlhtcr -10 liead catilo. S. J. Jleyketal, llieb I'rairlc; could pasture and ivinter 20 head. 1 U. Gibson. Rcil River Loan and bar, Sec. 26 and N'.Vi ot 22-5S-3-5 for gale. Lois of jiaituro, I'hone l, AVabam-aa, .A- See, (irouknl., has tons for sale. i V. has 3M tons for sale, H. Smtlh, hus c.o'.d.. Emeda. M. Adams, KiuuBO> has 100 tons for le. Arvtllo Itall KInuso, has 60 tons tor salo. Harry Audersou, Kfiiuso, nas 30 tons tor sale. Joe -Black, Crouard. has T5 tons timothy (or. sale-., c.y.d. C. II, Cooper, Spruce drove, has 23 tons for- gale K- McKttrlct. Calve rl, has quantity ef timothy and blu? firass, K, I1. lioru. Klucda. S.B.-3r-73'HJ- h M.. has 100 tons upland hay iu t, n: JU.PP, or ivoulJ sell prlvl- of cutting and for wintering stock. Good 'shelter, water Kasl Prairie river. More can bo purchased close. Mai Found Showing Ani- mals Rivalling tho Elephant inarnuu) Drown In National Gee graphliruL 'Today we must1 go (o Africa for the biggest game; but Iberp was time iu the dim distant past when Amerk-i produced anitntiU larger thai1 any now living. Tbat was lopg ago tlyil iiothiny remains of creatures except Ihelr bones. and ihcy arc luriied ID stone. tThe animals are dluosuurs; (or Saiigudo, has 00 tons timolhr, and I moment. %vo will cull them neighbors Lave a consldcnble quah- llt.v ot xild oar.for WANT ENLIGHTENMENT ABOUT DANZIG it'lo Quarters have secured in ihc Robinson block, in Iho central parl cltr, where, iii adtrftiojj to Ihe neccsssry otfices for tho members of tie board and staff, a chamber for the hearing oi cases will be provided. The third member of the board TRINIDAD, -Aug." miners arc eMombvd by an explosion in the Oakview mine of the Oakdale CH! Company near Laveli, in Heuferna accordlho reach- ing nere early this afternoon. Calls .for helmet men and gincc been senl out to mires in W-lienbum Trinldid dis- be named this T fc. Kor-tiis post, ilie catae of J. A. D-audrj, o: Moclreal, is still" being prominently menlioiicd. vThe'Ule Andrew CaracEle. up U> June etven to etr_, over JSSO.OM.OOO- Land Company, Jlan., has not ilie crecpluff, crawling kind, but tiugo" reptiles tbat upright I h rough tbe rivalling Iii tho elephant, the bippojMjtamus aitd the rhinoceros. The plncc Is Alter I a, Canada, nnd Ilie Uuio of their existence years ago. Today there aro Luousands ot dif fcrent species of reptiles inhabiting earlb, and during each of the long prehistoric periods BS many or more different kinds, for reptilian l is now on Iko wane. New Genera Found Rarely does a season pass "wllh several new genea brought lo light, und ibis possibility of dlscovery of the new and unknown mtds zest to Already foselnatins Hold of re- seareb. Any may reveal PORT ARTHUR, OnL, 'Aug. some new creature of bizarre form. VEHSAILLES, Aug. Ger- man delegation here senL a no to to Paul Dulasla. secrelary-stncral ot the peace conference, acting enlight- enment on the status ot Uanilg. quiry ia made' as to when Danzig will declared a free town and what Ibo or'wouiaTviuterTs'heAj. Oc-'nationality Of the inhabitants will be. The 'conference also is nsked ti> out- liuc Oae (uture relatioos between1 Uan- 115 and Poland. OUT OF COMMISSION FOR WEEK coi ered lu rocks of-ibal age avc new lo science. Eununrr work luu> bom fouc-J from ihu ui It 1 teased (he yciir betore and iho search I ms licen curried on ihorouginj'. I KUcwhe'co complete dinosaur skelct-j 3us are rare. I'Ut In tliU part or AM Sfrta they arc not uncoiuiitun. In no I other part of the world have so nranyj dinosaur tkolCLOUS I jrought (u It gilt. One American nut- seum expedUlou collected eight skele- tons from iv 11 in I area ciposcii ig U ree miles ot Lho Ited Deer river. 300 '.arge Caa-s Colkcled As n. ri'SuH o( Uip last four yi'ars1 lit Canada Ihe 'A inert can Museum fipc-Jlllons bitve rollerlei) taaes. or ibrce f.iwl one-halt carloads of fpcchuctis. lucliicjing Iwculy skulls auj of largo dl- j aur, besJdcs many partial skclcl- i. Tilts inulcrial represents many1 genera aud epeeler now to and defines Ihc aiuloujy and dislribu- several heretofore bul parl'ally trcalures. v LDut tht lii-Jd has by no means been eihauited. Under miles ot prairie d the- Elrala titc nciduubtcdly (lllcd ivilli shnilir erosion la rapid, and us ilio river continues to wear Us banks away new lossiU tiro >osed. in a ftw years xho saiuo territory cwi ba exploretl wHh similar results, and tor all time 10 conic the Ited Deer Hlver will be a clusslo local- ity for collecting prehistoric: irons u MEANS EXIT OF DR. McFALL OTTAWA, Aus. rescind- ing o[ tbe order-in -council appointing "Frult-1-tlws" Quickly Relieved Ttiis Chronic Trouiiis CIHUIS- STSEVT, Moxrtui. "Inmy opinion, noother mediclni k so curative for Constipation ud Indigestion as I was a sattent from COB- plaints for .live years, and. my Ecdeatary occupation, Music, biougli t mbout a kind of Intestinal Paralysis; ttajly ffrcJathrj, brlchinc jaj, dron-jinrjs after eating, md pain in I was induced lo try 'fYjil-i-lites' ind now for fix mouths liave beea mlkely A. R03ESBDHG. sie25e, At all dealers or sent postpaid bj I'ruit-a-liTes Limited, OtUwi. pa.-lure auij feed for uvo or huodred bead. Andrew Torkclson. Theritn, pasture aud iviuler head. Tiio Xarlgatlon Company WG Huranlc. wUich was damaged could I by ruualug ou Angus Island last Frl- day, bo out ol Tor isiurc aua iviiuer LU ueaa. tQay, v-ni DO uui m lur Ed Browlette, Douslville. could win- another week as it will require Ihst limi. tor repairs at the local drydock whero she now is. EOliTHAMP'rOX, Aug. ser- ious tituation has developed here ow- ing lo Uie stril'e o[ SOO carpenters and joiners employed in the shipyards. The'work of refilling ships can not proceed beyond a certain point and uiindredj ot sVilled wotkers ore com- pelled to cease jrork.vaUbojiiEh. they I are not concerned In the dispute. Many vessels are waiting lo be ovnr- hauled, including the Acjultania and the Manretabla. The latter should re- sume her place en the Atlantic ser- vice licit week, but It'will be impos- sible to get her fitted in HED. ttn. Proctor Valu-s Tanlac Highly Twenty-Five Poundt .7 just think a medicine thai will lo% as much for a person as Tanlac did f of me is worth. _. weight In eoli" said Mrs.: Sidney '824.College Street, SL James, Winnl- Canada, In the UirgqLl Drng Store in Winnipeg, re- '1 was so badly run down and Teat last winler I was tcarely able lo get Mrs. Procter, "and tbJB awiiil Treatnesa, although I tiled sorts of medicine iu the hope egaining my a1 C. Thompson was senteacetl lo ts'o years and Ihrec months in the penitentiary and his partner, Albert E. Droadky, two-year term, when tiicy ap- regai .ble V-tit ot'ooosework; 1n fact, iL waa' jost "about nil f could do lo move from one chair lo' another and the "condition my stomach was in had a Breat deal to 'do with Seeping me v'eak. I 'Didn't aive any appetite at all and- even the little food I did manage to force down .tept me in n-Jsery, -as It Just teemed to lay In niy stomach 'and ferment and cause me awful pain and the gis formed BO badly at times my heart and I could hardly get my breath. Sometimes I had terribly dizzy spells and 'was' nervous I was easily op- sei by any sndden noise and I also enffered -a lot wlUi headaches and fleverc pain across ray back- hardly knew wVt a rood nlEht'a sleep was like hul would Just lie Awake for hours at a- time, so restless and ner- vous Ihit when I got up In 'the morn- ing -I USB completely worn out and felt worse Iban If I had done a hard day's work. That was lust the con- I TvA3-ln following. anTattack .of the 'flu', and uoce of Ihe medlclnej' J took Eeericd to do me' a' particle of good. "I started taking Tanlac because I .had heard 11 hlghlyi recommended IL has certainly proved- -W boon peared ia court today chargea irith ilgbwar robbery, comraiLted at Win nipeg Beach last Thc'accDEed pleaded gullly lo.bav- ng held up, at the point of a loaded revolver, the cashier of tbe Beach iVmuseinent Company blng him ot ?2.267. Practically all of the money was rficovered. The iwo men, recently arrived in 'innipce frora Saskatoon. ler 35 or -10 head. Good shelter and water and lots 61 feed. E. J. Eddy, good pasture till snow files for 50 head. Lois more pssJurG In 5. Lt CarloEOU, Sullivan Laie, would winter 22 head oi cows at per head. SI. H. Dplon, Dear Lake. Peace River, seven years' experientt with ca'llle In Peace river. Have lots of splendid pasture, 'good stabfta and fodder. Would like some pure bred slock loans on shares. Reference, Bauk of Peace Iliver.. Berl Owen, Uassano, claims to huve pt'urp and feed. for s.iv hundred iiead. Reference, bank iintl stocRnien.1 L. Chauvin, could pas- lure and winter 50 head. Like lo get them Eoon.so they. .would be in good shape for winter- Ed K. BricktnF-n, Phillips, has liay and straw enough to winter SO lo 109 head. Would like stobSmau lo feed his own callle on place. O. T. Duckworth. EllscolL would pasture 100 lo 300 head, turec months, at 51.00 per month. j H. H_ nurnball, P.O. Box 300, La- cart of "Dominion Express. Sta- tion. could winter 25 lo 40 lieac. Good pasture, shelter, good water.. Slock will lie well looked truer. Gerard Los, Edmonton Cily: would take 70 coivs on shares for three veare. one-half increase. Has nine sections land al Prince 'Albert, _Sask. Hay .For Sale Ceo. yVeslaual, Semans, has 200 or 300 iufls for sale. A. B. Cole, has" 60 Ions oC Eood timothy hay, 135.00, c.o.d., Don- nelly; njso (luaulily wild hay." J- B. Sanderson, nyley, has 50 Ions 'or sale. G. Gilbert Serknn. 3lan., fias acres ranch land, 2000 tons Red Top and Scotch grass fencing, 15 mjles [or railway, 15 miles fencing, JO miles lake front. Wishes to sell. II. A. Davis, Ilarlney, Man., ,has 1000 tons straw, wheal, oats, barley und rye- per Ion, baled, c.o.d. P. J. 'llorrly, Wilkle, Sask., has To tons he can deliver at once H. II. Howard, Aheliur, has 150 lona 191S bay lor sale by sell aud bars. Some 1313 will also be avail- arc constantly finding skelet- Lnlnmla bcloro by parts The Edmonton formation (geologic strata, so called from Uie locality in which lypK was first recosnizcdl has been especially interesting, for al leHst Iwb-thlrds of the species dls- Rible. ANTien Dr. McFall succeeded W. K. O'Connor as cost of living Floiier. !io -was nn official of the Jc IiailiiiGiU of Ira tie and commerce and II U probable.that he wlH coullnuo lo remain lu the government eervicc. Mailers In -regard lo which Mr. Mr- has recently Issucil reports wii; Dr. H, J. McFill as cost of llvlug j "uc dealt with by tlic new board, utiniated in tho Initial order issued by board DARING HOLD-UF commerce, ou Thursday, mean's tho eiit of Dr. JIcFall ami t lie inkin; over by tho new board of all mailers re- lating lo Ihe cost oi living, regula- tions of profits, etc. In (ho first ord- er issued by the- board, notice wtia tnvcn that reports, which up io the present lime, have ueen sent lo the cost of Uvinf commissioner, must-in future lie addressed lo Hie board Df commerce which is boiufi organlzotl NEAR EDMONTON tor Us activities as quickly as pos- more than Aug. darlns lioid-up look jilace on the south side1 of the fiver early Sunday morning when eight yonui; men were ordered in ?lvc Ilieir money at flic [mini of a loaded revolver, liui the bold higlnvayman ivas only f fucccssful iu getting UM'ay willi the'sum ot J-.lt1. although the jinny had bttiveen theoi able. hns groulug Pure Fruit Flavors All our sodas, sundaes and ice: cream dishes contai.i fresh fruit flavors and that's why 'they 're different. -Tins. and trie wide yariety and surroundings mako our parlors popular. You Will Ertjoy Eating Here in Hot AVc haTe a. wide variety of dishes lo tenjpt the liot woillier apjictitp. From a. slandpoi.nl of coaifort -why Icl your wife broil herself over n hot stove, heat up. -your home, and permeate the air -.nth oppressive cooking odors, wbea TOU can tat comfortably and wholesomely- at- Kirk-' br'E, where Ihe. Breat variety the menu enables you lo select your preferred food prcp'ircd ,wilh all, Ihe excellence -and tasliness oi homo cookiug. H pays ty'eliraiaaLe some of llic summer cooking. 6O6. 3rd Avenue s, Lethbridge VON SANDERS REPATRIATED LONDON1, Aug, repalria- llon to Germany o: Field LI- man TOD Sanders, who assisted In the command ol the Turkish army during the "ffar, has been granted by Ihc al- lies, a German wireless dispatch re- ceived here says', FieJd Marshal von Mackensen, who led the German forces on the etsleru I root during a part ot Le war, Is going to Constantinople. The message' says lhat Ihe liberallon of Von Macfeensen Is under conaldera- to- me. I have gollcn back -MACEDONIAN APPEAL ifiy- lost strength and can do all my housework with ease "now. My ap- peiJle la fine .and; my stomach Is.Jn aach a good condition I can eat and fnjor anything I wanl and nercr sulf- er with Indigestion, gas or palplta- tlon'of the heart and don't have any those headacteB and luckacbej and my nerves 'are Jn such splendid condition that whec 1 now 1 fall.aileep as coon 33 my head .touches (ho pillow mid I sleep as as a child all night Jong ana get'ap .In thj inornlns feeling hrlghl for iny I slarled taking J'don't beHevo I pounds, but now I l..i. n The question of variety in summer desserts never troubles the woman who knows the possibilities of Benson's Com iStarch, the choicest product of the com, Benson's Com Starch is equally fine for crisp, delicate pastries as it is for simple puddings; it is good for cakes and (or pie fillings to1 say nothing of Blanc Mange, Custards and Ice Cream. luli ol Be.-uon'i Cr-Tn Slirrfi and ore quitl olmilk MUtFie Corn Lille ol iHf i leal therentirvder ol iho mliV the Jii- Corn SlBrch; boil IIS ic. moulJanJ lei YC lujir, Jelly QT Cream Pit of Sill In one fhl ol hoi milk Jind pixth Ot sail tnd Turn Inlo Eruil' I'll fin, Try one of these recipes for 'tonvrroVs Cuitird 9 Cenn lo'baling nb Veil Itilen. indl Ul mien I Corn _ _ linle eol J lien I pintolmifk 0 LSI? WMla Corn poinl.. AdJ bt.kn, I n.1 llronfco Ind 1 UUv lol el Corn Jl.rth lill f irillr, 9lirli W. T BESSOTIC03 ANADA. PREPARED CORN The Canada Starch Co. Limited Montreid ;