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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEX HIF. I.ETHnniDGF. DAILY IJF.IULD FRIDAY, JANTARY 31, OTTAWA, Jan. ths That win a tight for great- liau lumber irade will eipericnce or reprrscntauou for the Southern dttttcuUy in souring its share Wool Assoriatiea in it orders reconstruction work fa Canadian unless attention is national marketing the requirement of the OTaretu Mitfc in To- uarfeet is a fl-arclng siren by the cox-! ;s futliercd by nlssion on conservation to Canadian TJie Hprijj uirrntef. Prwideni importers of lumber. Barker mid K. Cowman, business KIAH- Vorway and Sivejen eonfonu ;o the ir> o, thfl Soatiiern Albem measurement? ordered by 3ritish Canadian j afl j jUj (jf and far British Columbia is con-j they are eipet-ied 10 bacfc a the statement, 'the bulk better representation i'or the local I'jmber heretofore imported by the growers. 'by shouldn't A! are logins for Toromo tais TO aUc'i'U the asaui-1 nit'et- tf largo lumbers for structural j roine in tbe affairs of ur for re-sating into special' uuuon'al asked one iUes. If British Columbia Is to ber of the local orsaniiaiion this Virgo her limber trade then a titLiniable, but not the lowest VUIH bo Uealc In." "M tlie report the IOSELESILANB OTTAWA. Oau. wort c! e stibl'.shlns in arid i aHv Qualified :ueii in evtry province who mil after ti-.e best interests of ihe Mturnvd ia the matter ot choice of land, location, suitability, eio., has lie-on carefully planned by ihe department of soldiers" and st the prost-jt time this crsmiirn' lion has completed aud Use is sotting into action upou the of plaoemem. Thf in charge of the St.1 centres vail be returned men who technically qualified for farm ttfe. 1 The necessary orfMLumiou to se- i will full jwwtr is obtained is also he- in various LDJ. "Alberta in supplied J2 perj c-ani. c' the wool handled "by ihf nvj liana! body, and the Southern Alberta] Wool Growers supplied one-third of the total. And still no more to wprHtntsuoa standartis r lumlshes about can Co delivor ?awu to liri rvedis'i rates, iheu This It is pointed ou-, is prat-ticaHT 1 of ;h with si iheirlroiuo nex: w tcrol. but in two years 'frelgfn may be low enough for Canada j tirpiided nianufacture to the rt- j of the British market. Manitoba, vhfch pounds. The fieht f.-f ihe local ropresenta-1 res will cue of the interesting HANGARS BURN GENERAL STRIKE SEATTLE, Jsn. 30. Iab6r in Sccttfe will tjO out on a general strike on Ftb. 5f it la be- ticvcd hire now. MEW YORK, Jan. Two fiangnn. each containing six air- planes, %yere deitrayad by fire which sweeplns the naval avi- ation station at Rockaway Point torfay. New York city firrmsn from several sUtions wert fight- ing the which tight other hangars, This future home engage la funning operations as soon a; the hind ready for cultivation. There hare been to the policy of 001 I tbe happiest of settling relumed jmen on the Jand. To such que5ijon.-. G. Black, Euperibteadeui of land settlement, toard, "It if anticipated that those "who ure jrous of fettling iu conimunity fashion pvill havs opportunity of doins ?o. Tills board intends to offer every encourasrenient to the soldier peuter. and the orsanization is co-ope rait ing Tvilh possible institution that tnay prove helpful to the work, in order to reap the best advantages for the returned men." OTTAWA. Jan. ttobert- sou. assistant superiii'cndeiM ot immi- gration, has rt'sigUk-Ll his m the fioveriunent service after U am- >vith the deparimeut- Mr. on jtiininR the export staff of the Ciuiaduu Manufacturers' As- soi'iatkm. He lie conceded wiih the oltice thw aesociaiion recently