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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOtUUK XII. LKTHBHIDGK, AUBKRTA. I'UllUY, AUGUST 29; 1919 Xl'MBKK 2U Prince of Wales.Presents Medals at Halifax Order-in-Council Makes il legal For Others to Deal in Product BOARD WILL ISSUE PAR- TICIPATION CERTIFICATE OTTAWA. Aug. unler-iu- nouncll has Lecn jinesniL rove ring regu- lations ivliich wlU Kovcrn llio. ojicra- llous Of tlie wheat control board. Pro- vision is matin for the holding of regu- lar meetings on tlic second Thursday of the.months o! September nnd No- vember, 1910, and In ihe' months o[ January, March. May, July nnd lombpr. at Winnipeg. Special FAMOUS MASTERPIECE HAS BEEN STOLEN BOLOGNA. Italy. Aug. It Laa been illsroverut Francis masterpiece. "Tho Madonna and has bceu elolon from llic academy of art and that :i colored photograph ol tho picture substituted hi place of the original puint- ing. Au at the gal- lery fouud that ihe photograph hart been parted In the framo BO as la conceal the (heft. This masterpiece dates back to the ceutury. meetings ot tbc board may be held ai 1 any time and at jihy place at the call I oC the cbairman, assistant-chairman I or any tliroo members ot tbo 'boaid. It is- provided ILat Ironi tho dale of the CBlabltshFJienl of Ihe "un person, Ilrni or corporation other than Ujla board, shall buy M'beat, operate anr elevator or warehouse where wheat, la received or bandlc wheat on commission or olhervrtee uiUesa li- censed by tnle, board. Provided, hovr- ercr. thnl this resulslion shall not apply.to registered seed wheat, crown from ao-eil ot recognized merit i in respccUlo purity ot. variety, sub- ject Permit being granted by llie Canadian government seed purchasing commission: vfteat bought by 'cue farmer from another for seed purposes or feed purposes -which lias gone i through an clcvnlor, or wlilcli has not been loaded ou cars, cither through an elevator or over n. platform." Another paragraph of lhe ordor-ln- council rcude: wheat purchased by a licensee ot the hoard arrives iu storo at a public terminal efcvalor or any father point pursuant to the regula- tions or direction a of (lie board., tho board vrill purchase or provide -a. pur- for the satnc and on the pro- duction' of the proper "docuDicnls ol the casli payments [lied by other regulation's of the' board-tor tlie lliy'iiad" grade .of _wheat represented by. ol llLle." provision Is also made for the imj'inpnt. (o licensee, n.t such SHOT A PORCUPINE WITHIN CITY LIMITS A fiiio fat porcupine was shot thi1; morning on Seventh Av- cnui1 Hivervicvv. The in- mart' 01 one oC the residences 3'j.v; animal enscnnrc'I ihp branches of a unposile SUM) thn police sialion. ('onsuiblc Owen, ot ib? ciiy police, soon appeared on the scone1 with a nnolvor and dispatched (lip iiitriidor from ihe rivor bottom. Workers No Longer Anxious T Icnllon Iheie wos, -wag dispelled when gaining 01 u.: nines lbc Iirlncc v.5nisel{ That Government Will Act is Effective FOCH ALLOWS GERMANS TO INCREASE GENDARMERIE Aug. dis- patch jrorn Uerliii says Marshal Foch The leit of llio follows: "The of Kupianak nud i conralsslon that the supreme cc tin ell lovak li.iTc'hccti cftptured. Following Ihe caplure ol Pskov TVO advnncert 10 nilleg." KRONSTADT FORTRESS BOMBARDED T..OXDOX, Aug. A heavy bom- Ijarclmcnt lasting two was heard la-Viborg, Finland, on August 27, In Ihe direction ot KrouslntU, Iho Bolshe- vik naval laso.near ruLroiracI, Fays a HOlsingfors mcsaiifeb luuny. sup- posed tho British n aval aud nir forces were cngRROd, The Brlltah adm'rnlly has received no Advices rcgnrdlng tlio reported bombardnicnl. When a Feller Needs a Friend CHICAGO, AiiR. Inm- rlred barrels of 2.76 per ccnl. tcor bj- the Scblllz llrcn-- ing Cdmpany, ol be' fore' the-war (irao prohibition be- camo elfecclvo was ilumired Inlo Hie.gnllera of a slrccl h7 Olto B. I'urgsl, United Stales rcvonua Inspector, to enable llio compnux to recover In prevlouslj' fold Iho eoreriiment. OlUclals lit the brewery recent- ly called Ihf aUer.tion of (ho rev enuo eollectoi- to the fid thnt after having raid the lax of a barrel on tho beer, (hey were prerenlcd by liw-fron! sclllns il. They WHO told Ihitt 1L6 Ux ivouli] DO refund- ed teef ivad destroyed, beer emptied Into'Iho blrect, Tornlfng a alrbain scrftral Inches deep, Men nml women hur ricil (o (lie Rccrio nidi flips nnd lillchcra And nltcninlcil to enlvngo nrjjne of lite liccr, bill driven SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. The strike of railroad men in the extreme west and southwest, from indications, was crumbling todry. Warned by Waller D" Mines, dl- of railroads, that if (hey dcd not operate trains by' 7 o'clock Saturday morning the railroad administration would un- dertake to da so, sentiment among strikers swung toward a return to work in many instances. San Francisco yardmen, after having betn cut about 35 hours, agreed to return to work at S o'clock this morning. Virtually normal conditions had been re- stored at San Jose, Tracy and Oakland, important points In the handling of ir.-ilns to the south and cast, strikers having returned to work last night. NEW BELGIAN EMBASSIES Ibe nrlncc James, conductor ol tlio-G'eat "War Veterans' Association band, lo ulnr n oncrstev, and led on n beautiful lanlcru out-iloor dancing floor lo the tuna -of "Johnny's in Town." iiiy Cavendish as partner. Once Ihcj iliiincr was over md tte ladles hail Ijecn formally presented, the dancing hcgao, aud the first question that the.prinrc asked Lieut. Jnmcs was whnt danco music ho could play. Tho lieotenant suggested "Arabian Nights." "I ilrai't know said His Royal Highness. "Well, there's 'Johnny's In said llio liculcnaM, "That do, said tile prince. "All right, then, we will try WA3 Hie answer, nnd the linnd up. The prince barely mlRSed a danco ('j' mul dill not leave il lo s'afr lojV iilck bly parlntrs. On one'occasion, indeed, he-found facing a lady who was olono and not dancing. First Delivery of the Season Grades No. Says It's'All Good (Special to The Herald) RAYMOND, Aug. Threih- ing has started" 'In Ibis district. Octave Ursenbach delivered the first 1919 wheat lo the mills here. It graded No. 1, The Ellison Milling Co. were the purchasers and Manager Green thinks most of the wheat of the district will grade.No. 1. Two outfits are now threshing, in the district. jiiorc Rrjsull in More Mines Opening Lhrce tlays of ihq tfeek in Luous reception to the Prince.o[ Wales it has lahl ilself out for another. Iwo of Trclcoming cnlhualasitTlor llie- comniaiider ot tho Canadlaii forcea of which ihis ciLy ami district contrib- uted aboul men, Sir Arthur nvas received at thr j North Toronto .Mayor-! Gliurch, CJimn, cornmand- j Ing the district, nnJ olhfir- prominent" Citizens, including Dfiff.-Gcn; 'Sir Henry Pellelt, at ivjioso "castle on tbe Sir-Arthur be the Kuest during his Etay'herc-- A clilldren's Choir sang wclcoialiig choruses vhon the dlstingulslied Bold-. BELIEVE CANADIAN HOG CONTINUE HIGH ier stepped olt the train and H Jgalntl hlsh prices. This results from the visit of W. F. O'Connor to Washington, Mr. O'Connor has been there for over a week and re- turns to the city on Sunday. The'Inllmalion Is mpdc that the board will shortly commence an Intlnerary, .one of the objects rjf which be to trace those who, since the enactment of the Combines and .fair acl, have been guilty of over-charging, 16 now a criminal offence. .Any-unreaionably large quantities of goodc held tn cold storage will be ordered out for sale at reasonable prices, nnd profiteering antf prlce-rlgglng generally will be given short sfirift, EXPECT DROP TN PRICES There aeema to .be reaiOnabfe ground for the expectation that prlcei are about to drop, and thai It wllf be advantagtout for hold- er? to sell promptly and avoid the lotted that will undoubtedly occur. The commission Gits In Montreal on Tuesday, primarily lo" consider the sugar Gityntfon, but other mat ten may be.ttkcn up. It tnay not be ponlblfi to exhaust nny-gub- Jcct, but at all eventt a tlarl will bt '.If posilble.T.orciitfi visited Tor an open- .Ing ot prbtttdinqs at the Utter end of next w4ek. Winnipeg will nlso be In line for a visit shdrtly. All persons and organizations Interested on the consumers' tide of the question should be ready to promptly and concisely present facts lo the GO that the matter may be grasped speed- ily. II may be necessary In.these plates lo delegate authority .ID local officers of the board Lo'eoiv tfnuc Investloat'ons-by examining books, taking evidence, etc'. OTTAWA ACCEPT MACKENZIE KING AS J.EADKH CAtGAHY, nnioiint lo be raised Iliis by Lhe. Uiii'tl victory lonn cumpnign lie This wsis nnnoiuiccd :il a confci-tiiCG of the Sun thorn AlbfcrUt victory jlonii executive aud Hon. C. H. OTTAWA, -AUS. a nif-cifnBJMifclicl] held Ihis morning in 5f Mbcrala M Llib Club rooiUE j (lic 6f rooins> U :dso sdUdd in llic minutes of the Dominion "executive session re- cently- Jicltl in Ollawn which ware read Iu the meeting Ihnl flic, bonds nre not to bti cxccptcd fipm faxalion.'i for the floating of Ihis new bnmf i.Ssuo be fi'uin last evening tFic follofrlng resolution j was unanlmoiibly rasscil: (licprc'snl incellns, held this 2Slh day o[ August, Jrun. undev the n.nsprtcs o[ the Ixiurler. Club, 'accept with enthusiasm the cbolco of Iho1 lion. Mackenzie King for the post of leader of Ihe Liberal j.arly In iho ACTED UNDER INSTRUCTIONS WABHINOTON', Aug. warn- Ing Tdrkey (hat mngsflcro ot Arnien- IfinA ftop, Kear.AdrLilr.il ]lrUl< pi, cf tlio Unlicrl ncllug umler. from tho Ktalo tic- pVrlmcnl. Th'a gnntranccd toilny Ocl. 27 15 and il is pro- posed, lo Airry pii ll I lias been coiiduclcd in llio last. II is expected Hint Albevlh's will XIO Ibis year, over a bnlf mil- lion less than lite -sum raised list year by lbc southern cxccu- livc alone, which rcsclicd over discussing Die sbare llic province would lake in selling lbc bonds il was fell by P. L. N'nismilli and sevcro ollters thai owing to llic_bellcr crop conditions in llic .north thai part of the province ahoult iinclcrlokc to raist atjeasi hali of the sum expccled from Al- bcr'ja. 'A iniblir. meclilifj for llic iiiiuiTicr purpose of lbc cam- paign will be held here Frufny, Jicpl. 5. WASI1IXGTON, Laonl.' over tin country the sub- ject of further conferences tTCpn I'rcsiuonl Samuel Oomncrs arid theI'mcinbe'rn of the pxecuHYo coun- cil o( Iho Amreican Federation o( La- bor. After those conferences, Mr. (lomjicrs was 16 disccss liio libor Bitiiailoirwlth FrcalitenL Wll. Eon at Ihe Whilo Mnllcrs iinrtpratood to have been considered today the impr Included the threatened strive of steel workers and demands of railroad em- ployees, (or Increased wages times; livlne costs are'rddnCf.d.' (io tti' eratlon'chiefs ajsembled FranH Mdr-. rlson, said, a.irensral sUI6- nteqt probably wrmli be Issued during lie day. COTCH AR6 PEEVED IM1113, Aug. municipality of .Tho Hague haa'.Klllid.rnf-ri Its li'.hlt nt tlin llnliscll rccin'slrucllon cxhlbltlou because of Ote. tonlnnnf of Ihe Delglnn and (r ;