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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta JliLY 11, 1.919 HERALD PAC.R NINE Empress of Britain Brings 3000 Did Ctllic Not Carry f More Men I'OHTIJLNU; Maiuc., July transport Araguay wounded sol- di-" from Liverpool. Jlost o( the wounded had'reco.Ti-red, bul there were some serious 'ca's'es, in- cluding 38 Intane. 'All forward eil by special trilu A moilK those ou boarj tferp 23 old- cors and nursing' ilsleM..' Sergl. It. D. SBllu, of N.S. died on July 4 of hart.1 (rouble'and was buried, at sea the nffit day. Western-'officers returning aboard. Ul'e hospital -ehlp were ii follows: Slajor 0, .W. Lane, Winnipeg; Capt. James McDeriniil, JUsIni; Capt. .W. It. WoGlay. Caljary; Nursing Annie E. Jones- and Norms T. Wai-' ier, Vancouver, and 'mini M. Thorn- ber. Vancouver, Empress' With 3000 QUEBEC, July ot Britain arrived .her j- today ulth' 3000 troops- OE -board. Kor polnla .In western Canada: IJi'ut. C. 0. Cro.the.ri, Nibrlli Edinon- Ion: Nuralug SIstera-E. Montgomery, Cajgirxr SI. F. l.avelb, .M. Hatibel, Harojs. Alta.; E. McDougall, Winni- peg; E> BL'Seed.'Caraston; B. Elliott, Catgaryi .Major, T. iK. Lyons. Van- couver; n. S. West. Why No Men! HALIFAX, N..S., July tfuinji officials vligre .staled they did not ir.ow why the Celtic, which ar rived today, brought 'no members of the .force apart .from officers, .or .wHy'the-Mlnnekhada, due at noin iomorrow, has 'only officers -WhBther-or were luclng -held-up-aa a result of.Ihe re- cent disturbances in England fo whether: flelsj- in .documentation 01 the oilier- Bide 'IE responsible for th FARMER-. MEMBERS IN COMMON jn'smbers, of. tho ol .common nfler the next, general iedernj ele .lion. .predicted. .totlaT Kbnzle, vice-president of the Can dian (Tounclr and on of powerful sunnorterfi o the a strong farm i ers' .These SO-, members will represcn coflal io co: across'- the bomlnlori, Mr; McKenz feiid, and to Ih farmers' platform. laim Made That Fought the Battle For the. Whole of Canada WINNIPEG, July thai i defeatlng'4he primary objects of le Winnipeg goneTnl strike, whlcli uthorltlea liara aeeerted wai an at empl to foment widespread revolu on, the city o{ Winnipeg fousht th altls of ajl tne Dominion overnrnent may he refluesleS to bear le vhole or at leist, a major portion f tKe cost of establishing the specla eturned soldier constable force during 10 disturbances. Alderman J. A. Spar ing, chairman ol the police comnils- lon, announced that the commission n session today la formulating a re: ommendftllon to the city council tijat uch an appeal be to Lhe federal uthoritles. The cost of maintaining the force was between. 'and 215.000, it was stated. IRSHIP BRINGS KING'S MESSAGE ST. JOHNS, Nfld., July TM naval wlrtltn lUtlon here nptrtfd to the R44 at S ajn. It fllUd to get her exj.-t pMltlcr, but Indication! win that thi dirigible wal r.nr th> Alortl. Thi H-M alto reachid by wlriUn 10 o'clock last nlgM, innouncid, (tatlng It then 970 mHei louth ol Cipo fllM and making 60 knoll. Over HalfWay NEW YORK, July R-34 was estimated to be more than half way across Ihe Atlantic at 9 a.m. lo- day, although official adilces rcjard- lha dlrlglble'f poslllon n-ere lack- ing. At n.m., Greenwich mean time midnight N'evr York lime, when tha last menage waa received the R-31 was 1260 miles eut of here and mak Ing 45 knots. U this progress wai maintained, rt wai calculated, the air ship at 9 a.m. would be ly 1665 miles eael of New York. Oftlceri of tie British steamer Tri umph, ajrlred here today from London, reported alghllne the R-34 vheh a day put from this port. The dirigible was Ball) lo hare occn Tying faat at aMow allllude. 1300 Miles in-24 Hourc LONDON, Ibe first 21 hours of her return flight across Ihe Atlantic from Mlneola, the Jl-y COT ered 1300 miles, according lo adflcei received here. Up to the time p( her report E 11.10 o'clock the R-31 had conEumeii 1683 gallons of gasoline, leaving he with 3027 gallons still In her tanks This wai taken to Indicate that 111 dirigible was being aided hy the -wind mm PUU 'r firat British airship to cross the Allanllc brought a meEBage of good wishes from the King to Ihe people of Canada. The message'waa addressed His Bzcei- ency the and re 4s followe: "Buckingham Palace, June 28, 1919. "To. His Eicelle'hc.v (he, Duke of DcTonshlre', K.G., gov- ernor-general nnd comrnander-In-'chlef of Caqada.-j... take (his opportunity..of eendint hy the flrit.'British cross of-good wishes 'to ol Canada from 1900 Miles Out LONDON', July dlrlgihl the old counlrj. R3I, speeding eastward across th Atlantic at 12.10 o'clock, Greenwich tcday had reached 42 degree north 33 degrees 50 minute west mllea from her Blarling point. Mahlnf ftood Time .WASHINGTON, July Ish dirigible'R-34 'has' coVered 53 miles In 12 hours after she left KOOE velt Field on her return to Knglan to ,a message received a_ nary 'dSparlmecl late tonjghUfroro Major. Scoll, th'e commander'.' He porled that the1 R-34 was "making for HON.' A: Kv MeLEAN IS COINS TO ENGLAND OTTAWA.' July 9.-Hon. A. 't K, mlnlitir of t aDd.itommerce, leaves for week on de- partmenUl builneis. It !i eipecUd he. be ahaenl ft ahwt sli wtelis. tlillion Dollars Jlore Put in Road Than Had Ever Returned 1 Uody of Mar, Found Covered With Crush- ed, Had Dragged MONTREAL, July discov- ery ot the body of a man Identified as Ltpa at near boyi1 (arm and training aehool. on Tuesday afteraoon may develop Into a murder case. In' the opinion of Cor- oner Labelle, of St. Jerome. The cor- oner upon exauilcatton of Iba body found' thai the man'a stull was fric- lured and there wai a rope around bin cecV. InveaUgaUoQ shoved the body, lying on ill face, had been drag jud iome distance and that bnncbei liad bcea pHed on the corpje. Dcmenj vu well known In Sbawn- brldgo aad St. Jerome and for jereral years hid Itred the life of a hermit In the wwds, and rarely came lo tbe WOOLFOHD SCHOOL. PORT TORONTO, Jnlf lo a lateme.nl Lere loday, It waa the Ket- le Valley, Spokane and British Colum- la haliroad, wJtb- to.vestments in at Grand Klilch lured the tnkm' FermiDenL Corpora- Ion Jnlo inaolvency. Over more or the company's money was nit fnlo tbe railway (baa was ever re- urncd. H IB that tbe taxes a gainst the property arc more'Uian t Is worth. j slfte Lennox'beld that the releree Jurisdiction .to inquire into the deiulB which Bhareholdcra have re- ceived out of'-capital. Bald to total over a view lo the giv- ing np returns. He also held .hat.tbeee people who partially [or their tna undtTeland- log that Ine balance would be paid out of dividends-muel-pay tup the bal- ance on those abates. Among other it IB stated that Hon.'J. U. StraUon. ident ol the company Jn 1914, 1915 and J9lK.neTcr.eTtn JnlW of his ap polntment u president and never acL- ed In thi Incapacity. A number cif EsteTan tort3 were recently entered and smalt goods car- ried airajr. InTeflllgciloii rereeled it the work of youths, aad nearly all the stolen articles were July are the results of Ihe rrprnotJon eiBmtoa- tloni at lluiie S, O.. No. 1381. Voolford. N'amea in oC mertl; Senior Room To Grade Caldwell S3 per cent. Horace Eld red EC. si. Lacarry Furnell 6J, Amos'Peterjoo PiU'Lui 52 1-2. Herold Lamb 62. Donna Riberta 48, Qlorer Purnell oa approral. To Grade Steed. R Stefrd, Leslie Taylor. Loa Grace Lamb, Jean Dower. Clarence Peterson. Jennie Pitcher, Florence Roberts. To Grade Robert Willis Pitcher, Eflle Stalker. Junior Boom To Grade Dower. Eva Pilcher. Ted Taylor. Ethel Roberts, Ray Jobsnaeo, Perm. To Grade Eldredge, Freoda Roberts, Foster Crablree, Vena Pilcher, Sam Dower, Mailna Wood Grade f, Part Frank Stalker, Stella Crablree, Stan- loy Alnscough. Fred Taylor. Part Alnscdugh. Eleanor Ferris, Ycrle Jonansen, Oeroard Pur- nell. B. LcR, Cody, principal, Formal Announcement Expect- ed Conlrol Certain Commodities WASHINGTON', July Trada betireen iho Uiilieil Slates and Cer- aaoy will relumed Immediately. Actlng-SecrelaTy Polk of the state de- partment aouounced today. Mr. Folk said that blanket licenses would be Issued, but (bat dvea anil uolasb would lie eicapted. Conlrol over trade In these commodUles will be ererfbed by the reparation com-' mission UDdor Ihe terms of tha treaty. formal announcement re- garding resumption of trade relations was promised within 4S hours. MANY ALPINISTS KILLED fSEXKVA, July llie en-1 of hostilities there have been. 275 Alpinists MUcd in tbe central Alps. Tbe fatalities hare been unusually heavy, conaWtfrins the restrictions atlll placed fin mountain climbing. Durlug tie present year Ihere been 25 ascents of Herat DIacc. chief- ly by British and American officers. RELEASED .-.J-. .T-- :l PRINCE ALBERT, Saak. Jols Pour consclentlong objectors sentenced to (wo years' Imprisonment during the war haTe beA released from the R.I." MARINE STRIKE ON this, step was followed by the Canid'ian Albert peal- tcatlaryis feported lo liava been slm- ultaneous ,-with .order's to other prls- NEW' Hef Your Chance As we are giving up our Boys' Clothing Department, your chance.'of pulling in a stock at Fifty Per Cenl. below present wholesale price is now here. We have about 100 suits left at prices as'low as For Big Boys' Suits Ladies'; Suits Siso about ten Ladies' Queen Quality three Tweed Coats and about six Dresses, all this spring's styles and lovely quality. "Corhe in and make us. an.olfer lor one of these gar- ments. We must clear these goods to make room for our Fall: Big Drop in Price of Beef, f iGhojce Hoists of Beef, per Ib. Muttpri, per Ib. 35cand 40c Fresh Mutton, 'foU: Vefy Choice Creamery Butter, p0r Ib. Choice Dairy Butter, 21bs. for Sf5c ITiu ii the BirttCT in the Crty. WE HAVE ALSO A CHOICE LOT OF FRESH KILLED FOWL. For this week-end- The price is away down, from what you paid a few weeks ago.. arc pro- Kctecj by (he Pure. Food Laws of DOMINION MARKET JI AVt.-'XND tTH'ST. PHONE 16M MAIN MARKET THIRD AVENUE SOUTH 412 AND 1JM PALACE MARKi fHONE 411 The of the OllPull at punflc has upheld 'tills 1 'record. La'l Slate nernpnatralloii at'.MInoC plowed M loweit cost per acre of (hs 23 compsllug tractors. At 'To'ppenish, .'Washington, II re- peated the same performance with lowest [uet Qcre.; At' the ,Nntlousl Tractor the OllPnll enured ulltestt, shoVtd tho sicie economy In r tuV'ot fuel rejervo power on ADVANCE-RUMELY THRESHER '.'f-. Indiana, Alia.; Rcgina, Sask.; LONDON, In the house of .TS FERg.VS SECURITIES IDON, v'il- nd'vt'BtilgvMi CTlch have marine firemen, oilers and. water ders was called- today alone the, en- amendment to the 'coal mines acl by which' seven hours is subotitnted fnr lire north AUanUc'acd Meiican Oalt eight, and efghi" for nine 'and coasls 'from Toils, li Port- land, Maine. The strike- leaders' as If afler-the end 'of 1930 parliament biiginnin; the enttre ilahlng Industry adopU ft resolntlon that the economic and all position of the. coal Industry ivill pff- Third Avenue South be up by the wa ers demanded an "Increase, of. month In wages and closed shops.' hours. then from July 13, 1521, miner's day will be six hours'. Choice Roasts of Veiai, pir Ibf Back in'1'912 trie first official tractor demonstration was held in Winnipeg, Canada. The OilPuli was awarded the for superiorily oVer'all 1 competing tractors, in all tests. 'It established records that have never since, i j been beaten. But such records merely 'show publicly what" the1' OllPull Is doing- erery .day privately oo Iho farms of thatp. tSa OllPull Is Just M much n dependable trie- tor B9 It is economical. U nil proired. '._ Bhllltr not only to, wor.R but to do It lime lost hy interrup- alter hour, .day after day, aeaaon after 'general doslgn-aiid con- Blructloa of' the flrsl OllPulla yeari.WJ are'stll! Find, oil irtil thlsiguiranteed oil turning, will dn.yo'jr farm, There is a lo meet your-neods from 3 plow ko j f- t V ;