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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THVBSBKY, FRBRtARY THE LETHPMDflE DAILY HERALD PAOENTNX Four Committed For Had Talked of Seizing Armories HAMILTON, Veil. Hu- lam, Olivet1 Kvan Slminoff and Stanley Mariner, under arrest in con- nection with the alleged "red move- ment" In Hamilton, were all commit- ted for trial today by Police Magis- trate Jells. Officers testified to the seizure of soviet literature at Has- lam's borne and of some of the fiery jtatemonts made by him at public vieatings. Harry WTiRehouic, who resigned as u member of the organization, told about tho formation of a local so- ciety with over 200 members and wliat look place at the meetings. There was talk, declared; ot organizing the workmen of Canada. The objectivevs were to have every- thing in the hands ot the workers. Tho factories were to bo taken over hy force If necessary, and the gov- ornment was to be finally overturned. Asked if- there was any talk of con- fiscation of arms, he when use of the' armories for 'the unein-. was refused, there was talk of taking the armories by force and what was iuside them. EXPLORERS RETURN TO CIVILIZATION AFTER I! SIX YEARS IN ARCTIC VANCOUVER, Feb. an ab- sence of more than afx years iu the Arctic, Captain Henrik Henril'sen and Rudolph Johnson, of the Hudson's Bay Company, have returned to civil- ization for a .vacation.. .The trip out by dog sleighs, leaving Herachel Island, November- 19, the Divide to Rampart 'House on the For- been made. River. run to of milCK, occupied forty days and 'the thermometer during ull that time ranged from 47 1 u 72 di'ireiw below j sero. Prom Fairbanks they travelled I by train to Si-ward ant! thence by boat 1 to Seattle. f It wan In Httmmer ot 1914 that both, Danes by .birth, Icl't Vancouver1 In command of the fifty-ton RHS boat Fort Mcl'horson. They established trading posts at Herschel Island; Bailie Island. 250 oast; at Kil- tfojaznit. Akltvick. Ftlrt llacon. Tree River, .Kenti PeuinHUla and Shingle Point, Kitenslre trading with the Es- kimos was carried on. Life at a fur is monotonous enoHcli but at an isolated spot In the Arctic circle the eicrclse ot all the Uhriitun virtues is required to face conditions often worse than irksome. Jt Is a bleak barren country, although in summer vegetataticn makes its appearance and it is during this brief interval botween winter and winter that fur trading.is carried on most ac- tively. -The skins moat valued arc the fox, bear, weazel, musk ox and cari- bou. Polar bears show no four of man and have even proved to be vert. friendly animals, Captain Heuriksen j said they are "time as cats." They are frequently seen in the vicinity of the fur posU peacetnlly devouring sonM unfortunate seal on the ice. Howerer, at the sound of a shot they quickly disappear Into the ad- jacent water. The fur is valuable! and the flesh, after hanging for a day or two, has been found very palatable. It is a delicacy much in demand by the Eskimos. Grouse also abound on Herschel Island, and as game' are unknown in that northern fastness, the place is truly a hunter's paradise. FIGHT FIRE IN TWENTY BELOW ZERO GEOOES ON WAY BACK TO WASHINGTON NEW YORK. Reb. World today publishes an unconfirmed report that Sir Auck- land Geddes, the 'British ambassador to is on his way back to ihs United States, British offi- cials in the United States have been notified of his sailing, the World as- serts, but no announcement has yet Surpassing all others in Delicacy and Fragrance "SALADA" Send tift a podt card for a free the you BOW pay and if you use Black, Greea or Addriat Salada, ALL ONTARIO WOOL WAS DISPOSED OF TORONTO. Keh. unused through, a hard year hut having come satisfactory. 'to the an- nual of thu Ontario Sheep Breeders' association in this city yes- terday were in high .spirits. This was especially tho case when President Oeorgii Tolfer of I'arix, Ontario, stated that while !M) per cunt of tho woo! in the United States was still iu the hands of the growers, tho Ontario wool that had been placed for din. posal with tho Canadian Co-operative j Wool Growers, Limited, had all been sold and at prices that were as good as could have been expected. AUSTRALIA ARRANGING FOR BRITISH IMMIGRANTS LONDON, Feb. Assd. leaving London, Sena- tor Millcn, minister of repatriation for Australia, completed arraugements for the setting up of a new department of Immigration here. Heretofore Australia immigration, had been under the control of the" each having ;i separate policy and making its own arrangements. The recent conference of premiers agreed to transfer all matters regard- fag immigration to the commonwealth government on the understanding that the commonwealth would defray costs of propaganda in England and selec- tion and transportation of Immi- grants, while each state provided land and financial assistance. FIELD PESI Carrot Hiver Scene of Import- ant Discovery By Indians Till-: 1'AS. Man., Feb. out- (Toppings in two places close to the shore of the Carrot River, west of this place, lignite coal has been dis- covered by Indians, and analysis i proves it to be an important strike. The strike was made two months! ago, and tests made at tin1 Suskat- chowau University resulted so en- couragingly that a large acreage was taken up by a Saskatoon syndicate. On account of the ape of the form- ation in that area it is thought that somi-biluminous coal may be struck at. depth. Fuftbcr exploration cannot be undertaken until tho frost is out of tho ground. .loriicp calico rjub, at annual noet- int; hero yiiHlnoliiy, dmIUud to oSer K'HOO toward tto enplanes of employ- ing a field nmn (or Ontario, und tho niaritiim; If tha brooders In those provinces will put up a simitar amount. A Hum of will be offered to tho western pro- vinces Hritish Cohunbia for tho sumo purpose, if brooders out there will ralso a similar amount; if this condition Is not met 1500 will bo grunted to Uritisll Columbia for nan us tiio breeders thc.ro wish, it was decided not to givo grants to specific fairs. X. N. Grimmer of Ponder Is- laud, B. way elected a director. ENCOURAGE BREEDERS OF JERSEY CATTLE TORONTO. Fell. order to eucourago the employment of field men to carry ou propaganda and pub- licity, especially" to boost the bulls campaign and get herds enter-1 ed in the record performance and a credited fc.erd lists, the Canadian j 'Winnipeg firemen had a double battle against flre and ice ou their hands when ihe Dinswall mail order building was destroyed by Tiro this week and in which one fireman lost his life. In the foreground'will he noticed the ladder wagon which was deeply embedded iu ice and could only be moved with considerable difficulty. BUSHELS OF WHEAT RAISED IN SASKATCHEWAN IN 1920 REGIXA, Feb. total of bushels of -wheat were pro- duced in Saskatchewan during 1920, according to the final crop .statement issued by tho statistics branch ot the department of. agriculture. This is an increase of bushels on the 1L919 figures. The acreage under cul- tivation fbr -wheat was as 1 compared with acres in. the previous year. Oats had an acreage of during 1920, the yield being 27.7 bush- els an 'acre, production bushels, price 41 cents, and the total value Barley acreage 014, yield 20.2 bushels an acre, pro- duction busuelu, price C6 cents, and total value Flax, acreage 5.0 bushels an acre, bushels. The prospects for the coming season are brighter than they have been at this period for several years. The land is in excellent condition, owing to heavy rains during the fall. in tin sjrsttm cauM pains, icKaj aid stidmss. The paistni art quickly renmd by the of Dr. Chasi'i Kidiwy-Livar Pillj. OM pill a ZSc. i boi, llldialars. FEBRUARY 15TH VETERANS' HALL ORCHESTRA C. N. JR. DECISION ON "NO POLITICS" ORDER NOT YET SETTLED TOllOXTO, Feb. D. B. I [anna stated after this morning's session of the directors ot that the question of accepting or re- i jecting any of the reports of the board of conciliation, which inquired into "no politics" order of the C.N.R. had not been settled. The directors are in session this after-] noon. President Manna stated that, in any case the decision arrived at hy the directors will naturally be sent first to the department of labor before any announcement can be made by the board of the Canadian National Railways. GENERAL MEETING G. W. V. A. AT 3 RE SUNDAY IN THE VETERANS' HALL Important; every.member urged to attend. 10 DIAMOND DYE BUY BONDS Grand Trunk Pacific Railways (OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE DOMINION GOVT.) DUE 1955 Price and Interest Payable London, Canada, and New York. Yield 6.25% and profit on exchange. ROYAL FINANCIAL CORPORATION LIMITED HEAD OFFICE 1001-1008 ROGERS BUILDING, VANCOUVER, B.C. BRANCHES AT 201 Bldg. B.C. Permanent Loan. Bldo. 16 Eldon St E C 2 SEATTLE, WASH. VICTORIA, B.C. LONDON, ENGLAND BUSBY WOMAN KILLED IN AUTO SMASH WHILE RUSHING TO HOSPITAL Feb. rush- ing to tho city in a 'Ford to save her life by an operation Sirs. Marie L. Oodgson of Bushy, met her death in an unforeseen, Threatened by a serious case of hernia, Mrs. Dodgson accompanied by her daugh- ter commandeered a Ford car and headed for a city hospital. After a desperate ride over the country roads'fh the early hours ot the morn- ing and within a mile of their des- tination the car capsized and when Mrs. Dodgsou was brought to the hos- pital she was found to be dead. TYPHUS ABOARD VESSEL NEW YORK, (Feb. i vayago. The vessel was ordered held up Indefinitely at Quarantine. thing, whether wool, silk, liuen, cotton or. mixed new. rich', fadeless colors. Buy VDlamond no other kind, then perfect results are guaran- teed. Druggist has Color Card.-Ad. Late Terence MacSwiney's Chaplain Court-martialed vertisement. "They WORK while you sleep" IIUM t aiay bilious or constipated, wllh your hoad dull, your moinach satiny. Take ono or C'usciiret-i tniilirht wire for your liver and howcls nnd wake up clear and rit. Father Dominic who has been found Children love fasi-uroti-, iixi. No guilty hy a military court at. Dublin sriplnt; no 25, SO I imd upon whom sentence la to be pro- soon. A little BOVRIL" Keeps the Doctor away K EEP fit by taking Bovril it is not only nourishing but makes other foods nourish y ou as they should, The Body building Power of M10 to 20 the mount Ukan. AUCTION SALE REGISTER WEDNESDAY, FEB. Owing out ule Mr.. F. cattto, macNin- bonmehold goods. On N.W. 6 S.W. of THURSDAY, MARCH out salr of John Net- cattle, machln- tractjora, tractor plowi, and houcehold goods. On S.E. 11-22, 8 mlln N.E. of Nobleford. Jacob. Johnaon; estate male; north of Baraiw; early in March, made known later. Cloalng-out aale of A, M. Grant, cut Barons; date fcl- ected later. Clotlng-otrt aale of C. B. Mc- Clelland, eaat of Baroni; date aclteted later. Mammoth clearance sale of horses, cattle, and machinery In the village of Baroni. Come in and Hit your itufT you wlih to sell. Select your aale and get your ad. In thli free Hit. ED. POPHAM JHE AUCTIONEER BARONS, ALTA. Welcome! Visiting Retail Merchants WE EXTEND A HEARTY INVITATION TO ALL RETAIL MER- CHANTS TO GO THROUGH OUR WAREHOUSE, AND MAKE OUR OFFICE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHILE IN THE CITY. DO NOT FAIL TO LOOK US UP i Western Canada Hardware Limited WHOLESALE HARDWARE. 1216 1ST AVE. SOUTH.. ;