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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUC.UST 27, 1919 THE LETILnmrKlE DAILY HEIULD. FIVE ALBERTA WHEAT GRADES NO. 1 OAIX.AHY. Aug. received In Ciliary from Craig- mjlc, llanna, Cluny aud Nanlou Is grading No. 1, according to Gmln Inspector George Hul, who says there will be a liH o( Ko. 1 even In the dry districts to the south. Annual Inhibition and Award- ing of Prizes' Last Nighl Showed Success Attained Thcru was a spleudld i-ikibii ol Vegetables at last night's inrellng of tho Lc-thbridco Kentish Asiodcllon, when held their annual show of vegetables. The Judges hail n hard last, and to'look at the different ci-j ono vtovild never Imagine lhal 1-elhbrlCee bid cipcrlenred a dry year. Special mention might be made, iii tile vegetable marrows and beets.; _. i-orae excellent specimens being I idiown. Tho following were.lhe dccls-1 S Vegetable J. Wakcllu; Jarvis; 3, W. Hawkins. "Tu'rains-1, J- Wakelln; 2. B. nossi- J. Wakelin; 2, E. llo-sltcr; 3, A. Jarvis. J. Wakelln; 2. A. K no-wi- den: 3, A. Jarvis. W. Haulcy: 2, E. ter- 3. A. Knowldcn. Carrols A. Hawkins; 3. A. Jarvis. Carrola W. Hart- ley J. Wakelin; 3. B. Rosslter. J. Wakcllu; A. Jarvis; Watclin; 2, E. P.os- W. Itadley. Potatoes-1, W. Hawkins; 2, L. Ros sit'er; 3, A. Knowldcn. Turnips J. Wakelin; 2, Bcans-1, J. Wakelin; 2, K. E. llostiler; 2, GERMAN RADICALS ADOPT ANTI-STRIKE ATTITUDE UEIILIN'. Aug. 27.--Tha radical labor clement at gnMrt Ilerlln Las adopted kn anllsirike resolu- tion. Tho Kbcrl-Nosku-Si-hillck government is also condemned iu another resolution and is warned lhal its will be accept- ed when the llmo is right (lurt the "revolutionary forces throughout (tcnuany bare been co-ordinated." will TOBOTSII Sherbrookc Tho I.ethbridgc District of the Methodist church will ruuvenu in Ibc -I'nltod Church licit Friday, Aug. 291h. Accorded Ciin- Sessions will be lielil niorning and af- lernoon relative to Missionary. Social I Service .Iti'ligiolls. Education and oth- j er branches of church work. The meeting will liavc added inter- est from the discussion of Ibo inter TOIIONTO. AUK- In ils columns tomorrow. lllob Imve the follOM'ing atmnl a proposed Doni'lilou-wldo Coji'-eri alive conven- I.lpiri.-L'ol. John A. Currii-, M.I'. for Slmeue. oeltit' tjuoted as authority for the anuouni'i'meDt: "AccorOlDK John A. Cur- rie, a convetnioii i for tbe of CuniOu is planned !for Ihis aulumu. 11 will K present, lie Isay5, Ihe foruiEtloti of the new national committee, formation of which was announced last uight Ui VV'ii-.uipeg by Hop. Robert Rogers. TWO KILLED IN LABOR RIOTS NEAR PITTSBURG I'lTTSBUIlG. Pa AUK. Two were shot and killed and a number ol others injured In a riot ut the entrance of Ihe All Coal and t'okc company a' Qilno -near Bracken- ridge late yenterday. Fanuie Selllni, .Now Kingltoil. an organ (rer of the United Mine of America, and Joseph Sptcenki, a striking miner, were killed. has a keen sens: of comedy and the I dratnatiL-. i The support is eicejlent. Pretty j I Nina llvron. whoso wort in recenl 1 Arlcral: and Taramount pictures has wou her many admirers, lies the leaj- ing fctninine TOlt. MONTRKAL. Aug. Curric, who will depart from Montreal today, leaves Ottawa for Toronto tomorrow night and. after spending two or three days in Toronto, will visit his mother ai Slrathroy. Out. Liter he'inlends to go lo British Columbia for af'islt. Welcomed st Sherbrookc SHKIIUROOKE. Quo., Aug. 27 Dcspilc :i slight drizzle, of rain throughout ihe greater hart of the af- ternoon, Sherbrooko turned out en masse yesterday to welcome the first visit since his return to Canada of Con. Sir Arthur CurriC, commander- n-i-hicf of the Canadian forces over- FrcTTch Jarvis. B. llagell; 2, E. Tis.' x K. Itossllcr. A. Jar- A. Jar- LCJLI? Jarvis; 2, K. flMsUor. Scarlet E. rtossiler; Heais'-l! K. "ossiler; 2. A. Jarvis; X. Dunk. church campaign ia a torn-art move- ment for tho various interests of relig- ious effort. Throughout all Canada the Presbyterian. Anglican, Methodist, Baptist and Coinrcgaticnal churl-lies arc planning lo launch a simultaneous forward movement. Kach t-hurch will Lave Its organization, but EH in-. Icr-church organization will givo in- splfallon ami leadership 10 all. A very representative gathering of j ministers and laymen attend the district meeting heve licit Friday. Leaders of the general movement will be present. The public may altcnd all sessions and are especially invited to Aug. annual convention of the Canadian Uar As- sociatlou opened here this morning with a presidential address hy Sir James Ai.tkin, In which tho speaker mado au appeal for a higher code ol Individual hunor and tho administra- tion ol iaw to piodnce "the highest type of human entity." Sir James introduced E. Lafluer. K. C of Montreal, as chairman of the FMPRESC j Today Your Last ll I Chance the ovcninr: meetings at which ad- E. Wlr.n Karwell, president of the (dresses will delivered by promln- boirJ ol trade, presented him with an address on tehalt ot thai'body. in reply, Gen. Carrie thanked the officers tor their reception aud touch- ed briefly on tbe problems iu Canada, which hc-f.oiir.il on his return. In part ho said: "If gave me great pleasure to make this trip down through the tanning communities that surround this clly rm.U am indeed clad to hear that this ent speakers. No admission tee and no subscriptions taken. GOMPERS WILL HELP cil expects to'persuadc it lo give up SWAT PROFITEERS Hit claims. I'AIIIS, Aug. SpHzberecn trcatv has virtually IJH'H completed aud probably will he laid before Ihe supreme council for linproval this week. This treaty gives lo Norway Ihe ehlire Spltztieraen archipelago. H Is celebrated chiefly for its coal mines. Russia, Sweden. Denciark and sev- eral other countries claimed Spilzber- gcnr hut practically all of thorn waived their claims and it is eipected there wfll he little difficulty in getting all the ereal powers lo ratify the Ireaty, givlug Ihe archiijclago to Nor- which Is closer to Spltzbergen than other country. Sweden ap- to bo Ihe only country likely lo refuse lla signature, and the Angus McMurcby, K.C., presented a report on legal ethics convention Premier Norris. of Manitoba, anil Mayor C. K. Gray of Winnipeg, brief- ly welcome-.! tho visitors and Hon. J. M. Baiter. K. 0., of New Uruni- wick, responded. II. St. George TncVer, representing tbe American liar Association, vad- dressed the convention. This aftcr- qon Dr. It. W- Lee of Edmonton, pic- c'nted the. report of Hie committee on egal education; n. D. Bennett, K. C... of Calgary, taking the chair. The ndoption of the report on legal olbks l AIL Allractlona Guiranteed "Children of Banishment" A mighty drama ol Iba North Woods, picluriag- the biggest hand lo band fight cier lilined. Thrills sr.d Kuspeuso Galore- Chester Conklin and MacX Swain Comedy was carried Viscount Kanton, association has succeeded in Increas Ing Ihe agricultural production of Ihis district. It seems to me a very good [ion thts country toaay in thins lo encourage production and no [o njgn a tremendous I XBW YORK. Aug. Com- j pers. president of ihe Amcriean Fed- cratlon of Labor, dcclarcil here today timt he would do all in his power to assist ihe government in its Investiga- tion of prices, unlawful storage ......The situn v i nil V AMI AlN 1'iAJal food and profiteering. It peems to me a very goou [jon (.onfnjHiing this country today in X Dunk. ,1 thins lo encourage proucon 'j Wakcllti look the priic otfere.1 lo encourage Ibe pop-, nv 'tho Aasorlat'on. vrith 125 points: I ulalion to iiTe on Ihe form, and to dis- w'llh K. and A.-Jarrls a close couraee leracncy lo congregate _____. '___.1 thlnT I :_ fni- I HTT1 C11TG. IV6 3TO r.econd and third. in the cilIC3. lor, econd and thlru. in the C111C3, lor, i am In aidltlon lo the exhibit of veget- j n' belltbler and happier nat- ahlcs a prize was also given, for the im] hest garden.- polnu boins given lor .-n-hero an. enormous es gar.- -arietv weels. loiiiUlion. anfl arranga- __ __ ill _'- nicnt. The following results; Hartley K. llosalter J. Wakelln----- C. Wakelin TV. Hawkins- A. Jarvis j... X. Dunk V Xnowlden the 106 poinls 100 pqinls 80 points SO polllls 15 points 75 points 75 poinls VO' points _erceIllBBO Or the people are _. __ J-..' I ated In the city of London, Uio med- ical hoards during the war unearthed the fact lhat 50 per cent- of the malo said Mr. Gompers. "This pro fiteerlng Is a deplorable and appalling thing. I -will lake action within a few days." TIME HAS THE WALRUS TALK OF MANY THINGS' Chiel Justice MUNICH. Aug. Bavarian army officially ceased to eiisl today It becomes part .of (he Imperial dc fense army. President Ehert and llln ister.of DcfensekNoske were present a the ceremony of Incorporation. The Uavarian troops were officlally over to the government forces in the moriiliiE and held a rfview lor President Eber'f.' The llnvarian war minister, RchneiprcnhurBl, leaves of- fice.-which henceforth will he non- existent. liavaria was strongly op- YVInslow, ot Wisconsin, and the chief ustlccs of the prairie provinces were Mi Ihe platform. BRADBURY APPOINTED TO REPARATIONS COMMISSION LONDON, Aug. John Bradbury, joint permanent EBC- re'lary oi the treasury, has been ap- pointed as the principal British reprc. senlatlvc on tho reparation commis- sion at Paris. Other changes among high officials of the treasury are also announced. HERE'S ANOTHER GOOD ONE TONIGHT AND TOMORROW TOMORROW Jack Picklord in a photoplay at occo bunmti anil clevalitE Bill Apperson's Boy From (be Story "That by Ilapaburg Liche Direcled hy Jas. Klrkwood A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION VALLACE REID The Dub' WALLACE REID Irtr "THE DUB" -Also CHESTER CONKLIN In a Two-Heel niol of Kun, and OFFICIAL BRITISH GAZETTE Adults 25c Gov't Tax Entra me 151CL LILilL O'J I population was unfit, .tor military scr- posed lo losing its army and held lo it lo tho hltlcr'oud against the rest of Germany. I to the Central ...News correspondent, u lish merchant vire That was not Canada Ion the Marine Pnra.le at Great, Yar-. where the population Is most monlh found whlle-operalmg Ms pace MQR QF out nut it sons to show that farm life of niisiaessUiat.au oyster Ha 1 ciuBlit ESTHONIA IS DEN The AssoclBllon also, to welcome back in their ml.lst Corpl. -loo and Pte. A. Smecd. who recent ]v retorneil Trorn overseas. The helps the. lieillh of a nation. Thai it makes a people happier I am also con- fldcnL lor no existence Is so sajlsfac- lorr as that where every man owns and .his own ptecwof A Great Anniversary; touching on ihe military.siliiBfiiin of Hi-'last days ot llio-wmvGcn. Cur- rie "reminded his hearers thai Iho day was the anniversary ot the day 'the action" which resulted IIih commenced. the I'lflh mouse and was'holding it lightly hy the head. Apparently iliu oyster had opened. Its shell to Iced. When the mouse tried to gel at the meat. tbo'oyiileV.closed its anil killed the rrionsc." EATON MAY WITHDRAW AS .LIBERAL CANDIDATE ITALIANS TO DISCUSS TREATY PAHIS. Allf. Journal says lhat the peace treaty will conie up for discussion in the Italian chamber at depulics on Sept. 3 The Figaro says it is the duly of America lo ratify the treaty because acceptance or modification oi it con- cerns not only tho United Stales but the of Europe. The Es- thonian press hureau officially denies the report recently1' puUished by the l seeking a de' piat: Gr "'railway coicession through Ksthonla to' Kuscia. or that licgollallons aro ilndef-ivay for Ihe lease ot the islands ot Dago and Oesel. The National TIdende declared Hint negotiations were iiroceeding-for the lease ot Dago and Oesc'l; Iniihn nallic COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT (Wed.) BESSIE BARRISCALE in "MADAM And Great "feature Bill M ,rom ,ile nomwon. prominen was largel, nstrumentnl hc infamous! tho Uberal organuatlou to lhat et- uciii CALGAIIV, Aug." 2 Major R- D. the H.L.A.. wlio'Viis selected, by ui re line was Ihe East Calgary Liberals as cnnni-1