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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XIU. -TWELVE PAGES LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1920 TWELVE PAGES NUMBER 41 ALBERTA IRRIGATION LAND RAISES SEED WHICH WINS PRIZES Kecent Municipal Elections Giv ing Local Administrative Responsibility is the Cause PLEA FOR BETTER BRITISH RELATIONS LONDON, Jan. Sinn Fein Is losing; ground In conseq- uence of the municipal elections having given over for the, first _tlme administrative retpon- cibiljty of local affairs, according to the Dally Mall's Dublin corres- pondent. would .be a great sayc the correspondent, John Dillon and Joseph Devlin were to make art'effort'to raise ths rallying ban- iicr of a cane policy.and Invoke a spirit of conciliation and good between the triih .and British peoples." I'ine Quoted as High as Per Samp in Past Week Alberta crops are win- ning 3. major.'proportlpu o( the yrixes are showu. Out of twelve Mroples of to the Annual Provincial fair which Is held, at Kim- kwfa, Hritiih Columbia, by Don superintendent of Irrigation Invmtlgmtlon, Pacific Hallway, no' fewer 'than ten sum- won prlxeft, First priM3 von tor alfalfa, cloytr, and white clow Second priics for whett, spring vetch and clorer, TbirJ jiriies for winter letch and'ga'rjen peis. Thit Albirti'griln seed should compete thus successfully' -witli the beet of BrftSib, Columbia IK csr- talrily the farm- ers on .land .In ,-Alberta who produced such excel.cnt seed...... _ v HERE'S WTESTIN Made From Rough. All-Silk Pro duet Manufactured For Carrying Bombs Jan.'. A -general 'ad- Taucp-raiiging all tlieiway from five dollars qr more. a' thousand Jeel'lias' t'alien' place -iiV the .Ottawa market': during, -uait S ew daypj Vith Next One at Vcrt'Arlhur TORONTO, Jan, day, March 9, the .'.Ontario .'regli- lature will open. Ifls thought by that date everything'will "be In' readiness, the by-elections being over. If the premier should be defeated in Halton, the date may be furfher.postponed. The'United Farmers of Ontario members are in training for the opening and have been studying the of the' legislative assembly and i cop- ies of votes and proceedings of a previous session. Who is He Hinting at? Secretary of U. S. Navy Talks About the Coming Presi- denJial Candidate j Challenges Cabinet's Jurisdic. tion to Entertain Appeal of Textile Heads MUST BE UNTRAMMELLED OK 51 AY AS WELL C OTTAWA, Jan. board oi coiumcrco replies in a memorandum sunmitted to ihe o! Ihe cabinet, to whlcli on Tuesday vas addressed the appeal ot the ile manufacturers from tho board's luestlonnaires as to the osts and profits ot ths textile indus-; ry. The board denies the cabinet's urlediotlon to appendix such aiv teals. In an appendix to the andnm it sela up "that the textile manufacturers have made represenla- ions which are contrary to ths The'memorandum coiilaias this clear, cut challenge: "It is further submitted till If this loard is to continue to exist, it inusK be pwmitled to function by law it i was intended it should do, and thai; f manufacturers or others mar ap- leal or resort to counsel from the >oanl's questionlDg of them and .b-j heard with effect; that the work ot .his board might as well be now aban- doned as be subjecieu'to frustration.' "The following extract from the ioard'3 memorandum was also noted: "This board submits that counsel lias no general appeal-authority over' Jiis board, nor any authority to ap- peal over this board -with respect tc provisions under Section 19 of the Combines and Fair Prices Act. Docii- tneiils issuing under that section are mero notices of'the hoard's require-' ments. They arc" hot orders. By siih- section two of-Section 19 ot the Coin- bines ami Ti'air Prices Act this hoaull has'aulUoriiy' 'npon, special applica- tion to! It' to extend time for reluni of answers to this" board's nairos. Neitlier tho Boari! of Com-' merce 'Act nor Ihe Comolnes.iind.Fair.: Prices Act contemplate that 'cou'iifel sljall, a the performance ot thls'boartl.otr its, rhvestlgatinE powers. When' thid board reached and slated cou-i .elusions the Jurisdiction of the cabinet begins, but this board must be'per- mitted to reach cbnclnsldus aiid to EC- cure the materials necessary lo en-- able tho, Teaching of proper conclu- sions." After argument aud citation to es- tablisli its proposilions thus laid and after denying Ihe cabinet's right in any event to act on appeal that respects a matter which has not been )reviOTialy submitted to the board for.' ts determination, the buani iirocceils. o say that: It manufaoturera, whether or'not represented by any manufacturers' as- sociatlon, may either appeal, to coun-' clt from thin hoard's questionnaires or seoiiro ei-parte, anything in Ihe nature ai disciplining oi this hoard while it- s engaged upon tho securing ot in- [ormatlon, so may, for instance, any small fmtterer who operates a retarl store. Council cannot make any dis- WIILADELPHIA, Jan. tary of the Navy-Dariiels of speculation hero last-night as to who ho meant when he said in.a speech 'hat ho could tell, who .would be the Ihe slriking One Big Union miners at bllt tliat '10