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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRID.GE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, AUUUSr ABLY DEFENDED rneni ul ilio inJimry !arscly to Utt f provincial timber laws and said thai' in (hat rospect Ihcy provide iheir i vindication. i I Canada's siwl weed toiaj, sa'rf Mr.! Tlecfc, liko thai ol'lho Now England stales, for '.he of a) reforestation poiliry that 'win insure! la jienusuent supp'v of limber fcr i wocd-roHMiiniuj; Without: I of tLe ciiiira vopulaliOD preienlctl Hie (rofa ijtinr; out. The Moose Jaw responded (o the fail tul arrived too lalo to reader us- slstancc. Edward Beck Tells U. S. Pulp I', Men Canada's .Action is j Right and Defensible r i er industry toil is now threatening ilie pulp and paper industry iu toe I I'niied Siites. To open the Crowu in-reaped consumpiiou arid losses Hinds at this time to unrestricted ei- i fires other dtstrudiTe asen-1 ploiiimi'n would merctj- hasten such Thousand Head al Antwerp Buyers Look Thpm flvvr nem START HALIFAX TO OTTAWA FLIGHT j HALIFAX, Aug. At the air I" illation here (his inwnicg il n-as Blsl-M' ity increasing. I'ulp mills LONDON. X. August 25.-- luerly had their raw materials at ibclr into ihc (oresls. their log (imes Uk- sometimes lo Ihreo to rench the mills. The Case Exaggerated Grossly t-xsgKeraled staiemenis us to Ihe extent aud possibilities ol Quo t-.. Quebec's is now being j i coudilioa aud hi iho "end beneSi 110-1 0, arrived at nsuined al the mle of over a fiill-lbody. auant (By Canadian" tilt issin between Canada and certain I'tniti States lessees Crown land iralier Uiylli: In Quebec, Ontario and a? to the disposition of tir.1 pulUErood grown thereon, i? for judicial dciermination. if rather CMIAN OLWE raw I a 350. to woni received here. Tde city of j Ixarls, which is eipectfd to complete s a contract for the purchase cl cattle contract for the purchase of cat start would Lo ciado Canada Air Board plino :it 2 j o'clock tula nlcemooi; for first J: lo? of iu projected HaliiuvOilawa tlight. vrovidej conditions lield favorable. Mfcdericklcu, ii was said, would be the first slon. Captain J. H. Allan Wilson, of Montreal.- will pilot ihc plane. WOODBURY SUCCEEDS than for political agitation, was tho j supplies ure being statement made by Edward Bert (or pllrnMe 0[ bolstering up 516ntreal before a forestry confmnce ror unrestricted elploiiitlou. held here today under the atisjilcef.-_u tho m-is did uui bear tlicm out. j tile speaker said. Quebec forests are I already threatened with early Just as the forests or ths Eusland states have become depleted through reckless consuinplion. A Great Industry' The Canadian and paper busi- ness, Mr. Beck -enld. had grovn from an insignificant status in a few years eiclusive of food production. Us present capital amounted io ?300.000.-, its annual production to 5150.000.- OOOi and IU oxporlablo.surplus lo moro than yearly. Taera -.-ere vow ?4 pulp and paper mills In Can- ada, employing about eiclusire of Troodsmen. and paying J30.0CO.OOO a year in wages- Jloro than three Quarters of the capital em- ployed was derived Irom the United Slates and many o! the mills ITCTC controlled absolutely by United Stales interests. He ascribed the dcvclon- ot' the Society for the protection ot Now Hampshire Forests, attended by j alrMjy ifcfeatened with early cshaus- forestry exports paper makers from various part the United Stales and Canada. Mr. appeared oil behalf of the Can- tdiaii Pulp am! Association, ivnic-u bad been invited to present side ot tlic pulp'-vood contro- re'.-csily broiiRbl lo notice tllfi F.o-c-alle'l resolution, Calling 'or -i S. commission to visit Canada with a view to securing the removal of restrictions upnn the ex- portation of ciuljnvood from the lunils of Cutsda to Ihe Vnited States. V Underwood Resolution While tuc Underrroud resolution _ failed l.o outain Ihe President's ap- vmval aud thus did not bcuome cf- jfetlive. agitiition for its revival Is bc- iur systematically earned oa. the as- evldunlly being that wilh a neivfuipcr publisher as Ihe ncit In- curauent of Hie Wiiilc "House, belter 1 success miciit sttecil the measure ii Urousnt io the stage of retiuir- inLc cietrutive attenllon. "The fact thai sonic interests, while a legal lost arc busily engag- ed In n caropaiKi] lo >oakc the issue. iC'ro'iltical 'one, merely Indicates Ihelr lack of confidence in ihe integrity' of their cause." asserted .'Mr. Beck, adding that neillicr Ihe Dominion as nor anj of ihe provinces has j'.ny reason to avoid the strictest in-! qairy into (He equity of their timber! JHTV by impartial or unbiased trl-l 'j have heard echoes In Canada, o' talk in WnEhlnston concerning I 'stroDg arm methods' sivi of tlie in-! "tenlion of someboSr lo apply Ihe 'big lo onr backs, but we dor.'t taVe, yiich talk, seriously, as we know It; dues not reflect the true spirit of the; American people towards Iheir next' door he said. Tjmber1 RestrictlonB :-The speaker 'reriewed the limber legislation of the three liamed and said that restrictions on (lie eiport of timber had first corr.c Into operation In Ontario In 19DO for the purpo'se of prolecllnp the- pine For that provlace .igalast the orr.i- oi'5 of saw mlllE In Michigan, win- liaTitiff used us Ihnir own limber, vrers drmrinE on Ihe Ontario snuply al fate which threatened its early and complete exhaustion, which they were able to do'ovflng Lo the proximity of ihc Ontario timber berths lo Lake .Huron. JlCBlricllons on pnlpwood di'. iiot follow until soms years later aid in Quebec not until 1910. They were lironght solely and simply by a desire to conserve the pnlpwood re- j Sources and utilize their products for tne upbuilding of the puip and paper; industry within the provinces, and: vilth no Intent to injnre, U. S. Inter-; csls. i I that these restrictions wore! f nellhCT. confiECalory nor dincrlmini- j tory, as'had they- Infringed, no vesled rights, nnd applied] to all-iiccnses without were .entirely defensible on legal andj moral grounds, he explained that they I do not apply to lands, i from which over one million cords of oulr.v-.-ood arc anriually exported to the Tjnlled Slates. Iny addlllon, Canada! exports nearly tons of pulp. tons of paper lo the; .United Slates every year, comprising approximately onc-nintli of Ihc r. S. consumption and of all j the newsprint paper consumed In or exported from the Stales. Canada Not ta Blame It was not tnie, as :.llcped, lhat the present shortage, of printing paper In i tie United Slates is chargeable to the' timber regulations. The 8hortp.5e: H. iras stated, .Js duo lo ..vrortrl-widl condUlons, agifravaled br tee inordinate use of paper by both if. S. and Canadian publlghors. Neither Tvoult! free access to .Cunada's p-jlp- give U. i5. publishers rhpaiicr or more abvindant paper as hud bc.ou.l I qnesllon al saij "in nol r.aclhur this material sbnll be tvntlable for the Tise of U. H. piihlliOi-1 era, hut the malerizl cut from these laadfl shall go In Ihe form of raw i pulpwood to thri Unllcd Stales or shall bs put through. a( least on? stage if' niaufaplore In.Canada. On the pres-i fjht as haa-boen shown, at a hlsh percentage of Ihls malerial. far .is It Is being cut, already goes to! the Unllod Stales in one -form or an-! other, toget'.ier wllh.a very high cenlago oT the unniamifaclurcd pro-1 duct Irom the lands not In dlspn'.e as' well, throughout Eastern I Therefore, vrlth'oiit a very heavy In- i j-.reiac. In Iho rale of culling. Involving I tlift destruction of the supply, anv rc-i to U. S. publishers from this; means would be impossible." I A speech delivered in the by Premier Parent 1583 -was (itiolotl to show the wldo iance oiljlln? between estimates of. Qaebsc's pulpwcod resources In'tbuEe] asd "hat Ii known actually In enisl (odsj. Premier Parent had stat- ed that QuebecY piilpwood resources ware sufficient (o list years m Ihe rate .of constimpllon. then in force, while today, the heal informed otuerr, opinion place? ISe pcislbJc duration it not more than 50 years, nnless refoieslalioa Is undertaken Im- i medialely on a comprehensive ecaln. A bctj brought aboat Even should an insulated screvr- driver for clcclrlcians invented by a Baniinore man slip across live cir- culls an. insulated shield would pro- led its user. on a-Tivaland Ihe requiremeuls jfor receiving sucH It h also inuL'rslood by the trade and commerce ilenj Viitulu tbu few days relall prices of meals hove ANTWKPP. Aug. 26.-Tbe Canadian I conEiderably In Bclsium. (earn competed at the! ._________________ rlu.l.l I SMITHEKS v iOWS IMPROVEMENT NBW YOnk; Aug. Alfred Smithfrs. cliair- mao of Ihe of the Grand Truuk Itailvvay, who was tnkeo ill on hoard the steamship .Olympic, wlille on his way to New Yocfe and was taken from Hie ship lo SI. Luke's hospital yester- day, ivas reported lo be making satis- factory progress ihis afternoon. Ho is suffering from abdominal trouble aud the doctors'believe it will be ne- cessary tor him to reraain at the hos- pllal tor abpul two weeks. Xew Hampshire legW.lure ha, been A. E. WARREN WILL MANAGE THC G.T.P. WlXXims. Aug. E. Wurren. In addllion lo being general uiaLager of the western lines.'Canadian -Nslloual Itall- assamod the position of seneral mcnager ot Grand Ti-unk 'Pacific. Itamvay. He ikst o'. i-o- ordiDailug .In evury 'ivcy tho of '.Ii9 two Is Iu baud, dhd ilial the official chaoses I'l'stilring there-' from will be available lu a Jay or two. -j I Winnipeg Spiritualist .J, Said He Represented the Sent to Jail WINNIPEG, Aug. Du- j uias.' erstwhile pplrllual- iit" i-j a valallal suite (if ofllces here, was lo earve.three'moulLs in the proviotlal Jail bj.SIr Hhsli MacUonald ln_ Ihe -polipe court X'lhls Diorning.. Xj Dumas was .qhlaihlilE money under false" 'pre'teneee, .white V.; of vroceediuga was ordered Iu 'l. seven ciiameB of breach of tha roedi- cai act. Dumas' conviction Is Ihe result ot action Rlcrlcd by Mayo Brothers, Rochesifr, -Minn., famous surgeons, whom. II is said, Dumas' claimed 16 asststani of the I navy 10 succeed Fmufclln U. veil. Kione dealers in London tliargins u Olympic sanies has loft for Knglaiul, wlitru it will sail on ihe Kmpress ot I Quebec. September 1. The" irrestleri and smmrners vcill leave at the close ot Ihe tournameiil and will sail on Ihe Scandinavian on Ssp- leinber Manager Merrict, inter- viewed, said was salis- Qed with tlie result bf Iho alhletcs. Thoy had done much lo slimulate eport in Canada In preparation for Ibe 1S31 games. He regretted that the team would not te able to com- pete in tho English-American meet- ing at Queen's club on September lllthard Flight, Toronto, was fiflb. in Ib'e diving competitions, wilt iS poinls. MORTLAOH HAS FIRE MOOSE JAW, Aus- spari from tlie private eleclric plant of Iho" Murllach hotel, 2S iniles; from this cilr, caused a J3.0M fire earlj- Ihii morning and onlj- Ihe united cifprls Copnnnencing Tomorrow A Week End Sale Of School Suits at We have planned this timely event assured that'it will interest every parent in the city with boys of school age to clothe. The low price is not the only pleasing feature of these suits. They are the product of special boys' clothing fac- tories and are designed by men "vvho know the likes and dislikes of the junior man in respect to ma- terials comprise tweeds, worsteds, union serges in navy blue, plain brown and blue melton cloths, etc. The sizes range from 25 to 34, fitting'average size boys'from 8 to 17 years of age, The rest of 'the story is simple. To create a record week end selling of Boys' Wear we have reduced all our and values to I, Come early for a satisfactory choice. BOYS' SCHOOL PANTS, K'O pairs o' separate piints in nil nlzcs lip Irj 3S. Mnilc of Uveciln and worsteds In Bfvs. lirowna Mid l.'fues. .Ml flnishnil uilli governor ;ind belt loops. Values to lTh) CC Selling al............................' BOYS' SCHOOL STOCKINGS, Heavy ril> stockings for boys of all A liAigair, st, per pair............ OUC BOYS' ELK SHOES A very superior aboo for ucar. KolM leather throughout. rows of stitch tag on the oil: upper. Tan BOYS' PULL-OVER SWEATERS, Tkavy knit Sv.ohtci'i will? nill collur. Knit in "color cffccls, Ijrowti ;.ml crhatun, ci'-rdirml eruv. onmgu and MacK; or finely knft Jet- v.'llh hut Inn FhrniMsr i'jiura colur? .Ki'.irtl brown, and maroon. BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES .Sorvln.'Fiblr, sliofis far school wear. This ia Jim shoe wo ot ami we will guar- RHLCC the iiunlily. MK'IC v.'lth hoayy oak- tin solo, ami iitiper of tan mule. Sizes 8 to 10'A Pair Sizes 11 to Pair 1 lo Sixes 8 to Pair 11 lo P.iir Sixes 1 to iHO'aii' SWEATERS itsrs we arc I GIRLS' AND MISSES' SWEATER! Come and sec Ihe extensive ranjc of r.nJ coal style Aweatc ijirls and miasss. Yon will he surprkc-J at Hie inodcst prices they bnar. HENNESEY WILSON .-First Authoritative Showing oL The New Fall Styles As each succeeding- season comes avound, women of the world over set them- selves to the task of finding out just -what the styles will be. Come to this store tomorrow and view at your leisure, the 'dominatingstvle trends for fall. Every, department is bursting into full bloom with new models, first harbingers of the coming season, and withal values.conlimie on the same broad path that has characterized our stocks in the past. Charming Coats Wkicli Reflect the Essence of Fall i These are. reproductions and copies'of costlier models, and so carefully reproduced that it is impossible, to tell the copy from'the original without close inspection. The touch of fine workmanship is evident in the finished eeams, tlie lay of the collars and graceful flow of lines. All have1 unusual beauty, known as smartness. -Fmial Sale way Faslli of Women s ble Dresses r lonaoie A FINAL CLEAN-UP SALE OF DRESSES IS ON IN EARNEST. No matter what dress you select in .this sale you are sure of these three First, that the styles are good and the very latest, and can be worn to advantage second, that the materials are good; third, that in variety you will have the best choice and at savings that count.. We have placed in one group a fine collection of all our better dresses of catin, georgette, taffeta, fou- lard, etc. Values from to On sale this week end.only. A Week-end oi Hosiery Specials Ladies' Silk Hose Ladies' Pure Silk Hose in black, n, Grey, light blue-and champagne. Munnfaclurerii' seconds. All in perfect order. Values worlU -I 52.25 cair. Knd Special.......t.... 1. JV Children's Hose 100 pair In Iho lol for smaller children as Hie Eizea arc lo colors are li'ack and lau. Values worlh COc pair. Week'Knd .Special L Ladies' Hose Ladles' Cotlon Hose .In black, nml Regular 900 values, Spccinl, Ladies' Cotton HoSc, 300 pair of l.ndies' Full Fashlom-J Cotton HOEO In blact only; SU lo ]0. tit'c value. Week End Sale, jn pair.................................... 4UC 1.95 Silk Hose LKJkt Kii.o MJ1I; .Huso In grey, anil Hack uiiiy. 'i'lioisu ure valiioa sell r.a hleti as n.ilr. pair Silk Hose V Vino1 Silk Hcsc in and also ejiiS'.i'a.'s.WaB.; guriil-1 ;TanKii ni; afisefi'ati'l vMuou.-up, to ?1.7o.- I Always Trying to Improve hoES o( our irho have w.itclk'iJMfigJ.prosrcs.sTnJ'le "liy tills store liavo noticed tlciilarlr one Oiii 3nr. o( Ihu past. We arc no in nerfpctiun But sro and Irylng -tu yoQ-' ans nor Oo wo hope to ?.tUin nerfpctiun But sro and Irylng l this slore tliO'liind ol Rtorc Id.lT.i.ill' Nemo Cartels Now Made In Canada. See Our NewSI'oek. COMPANY ij Pure Silk Hose ivxlni Silk liroA-n .'Vnll xroV-'l'ult and perfect fltlinl. 1 S3.00 valne. Wi'.ck Knrt O 'or Children's. Hose Clitldien'a Kino klbucil Cotton Hose In black .or .white: nlzia 5Vi to 10; extra, snsclal -A Khd Price, pair ;