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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Y' POLUMEXllt FOURTEEN PAGES LKfHBRlDGE. AlJJBlfrA, --r ._ _ WEDNESDAY, JULY it, 1920 KOUKTF.EN PAGES NUMBER 181 Council of Agriculture Figuring Out National Pol- ideal Machine .WHEAT BOARD BE AGAIN APPOINTED Julv de cislo.ii -was reached by the Canad- ian Council as tho result of a iiioniiug's dist-UHslpii of proposed plans of organization for the next fe'dera! election, and the subject' is. continued this afternoon No htalement was> given out Llofo of the mom Ing session, tat It is known that much- consideration is being given to the question of ho.iv best to demo'nsti-ale' 'the 'voting, strength of the organized firmer whether bv forming a Dominion wide polit leal council to organize the cam- paign or b> forming m each prov ince a political bodv which vulj control ot -the provincial or- ;anlzation and work with Binuliii lodies In, the Reippolnt Wheat' Board f A formal resolution was passed thl? morning req.ue-.tmg the fed- eral 'government, "Immediately to re appoint the existing, Canadian Wh'e'atvBo'a'rd for the purpose' :of marketing the wheat crop of 1920" It Is 'set-'out that the council wished it disflnttlv understood, "that the} expect the wheat board do vvhat it has done In the, marSelin g o f the 1919 crop, to secure for 'ho produc era as nearlv as possible the full ftorld market value for their wheat without grading for the benefit ot the producer anv spec _ lal edrautage from the consuming I REVOLUTION REPORT CONFIRME SANTIAGO, cijileTjulv Co I flrmatlon of, reports .of Ihc overthro I of the Bolivian government was i 1 lehiy! b; the Chilean foreign ofli i 3BilerJaj_jn_d despatch Windsor BuysCoat InAlberta July 14 4ctmg on Die atlwce of llic fiicl coulrollVr, Hie city eoiin- til plated oxlers mine oinratori in Al- for bigc. supplies of cojl to be iinincd- i.iloiy. Jnfoimaliou gwlhr iicre that this co1' can now be tnuispoi led IILIC as tbcaph as She coal fiom llic United Slates. 3olshies Are Still Making Some Advance Chicago Exchange Plans. to Open Trading in Future De- Iheries on Thursday WILL HEDGE MARKET WITH STRONG SAFEGUARDS LONDON, Juiy ad uncis by the BoishcvTki iu their against tho Holes are re- ported in Tuesday's official communi' ation, received by yirelesa from 31os today. statement says: In the direction of Korel we ed tho ruer -0 miles southwest if Saruy, and are developing our id Kightiug is proceeding in our REPLY TO PHEMI'M STEWART ON IRHWATION RECEJVED Cal tary ifertld piufilshcs ton following from 1-draonton, A. Btaiebiwt the Dominion in regard to (he Soutberfc Alberta Irrigation question baJl reached Premier Stewarts It vsas asled for from the fen ago, and Hon. Artbur'-Meighen' has how replied settiic forth the attitude his government tale in the matter of furiktr teBpoos'biiilv for cr the Lethbridge and other IrrlsaUom schemes o( tho statement of policy by the Do- mlnipn prtmto'-'wni be deferred until Mr returns from Mpptreal, wkere' he his gone in i tonncction the E D t B C railway Lethbridge Northern Farmers Will Ask Premier Stewart to Consider New Bond Scheme CHICAGO, for the I resumption of trading in wheat tulures commencing tomorrow morning were announced today- by the directors (lie. Chicago. Board'of. Trade. The probable oirening price cember wheat varies from to 12.75 in tho opinion Delivene will bo quotedv fur December' and liarch. Members .were notified' that as" tb Lever Act continues in force until the 'termination by .the7 United States ;ot a state of war" wltlr Cermanjf, the nartinie supervision of contracts for fuliire'delivery in store by grade alone will be continued and applied trading in wheat The directors au thorized the executive officers to exer- cise such supervision under.strlct seal of secrecv with full power to order curtailments or when Farmers Again Ask Continuance of wheat Board RUTH BANGS OUT HIS 2STH HOMER >EW Julv "Babe'' Kuth made his 28th home mil'against St. Louis to- i ancc. avor. 'In the direction.of occupied .the railroad'station at Prudy, anihUshalochka, 'In the direcllon-of Baranovichi we have driven the enemy from bis poal tion on the river 'Svislotch oecupv. nc Aiknanovltchi and Slazons '-Our advance along-tbe entire front continues to develop Postmasters Ask Less Work More Pay WINNIPEG, ,Jul5, hours, Increased time and a half paj for overtime resolved upon a1! tht coming vears objective bj tbe Canadian Postmasters' AssocU lion at the concluding session of their convention here Olber resolullons adopted mcludp a request particl pation in the civil -service bonuses and a demand consldera tion be given tbe naj of posta officials at customs ports nnd lo of ficula uii ulghi 'affs transferring mails Irani trains Affiliation-' of .the association wit! the Railway Postal Clerks, Cltv Posla Clerks find LellcrvCarrlors' Associ: tlon was "recommended. -All of th officers were re elected the public welfare or the best in terests of the board'of Irade.Beeni-so to require. K'ecognithiE that the attemnt to re- establish the open market is being made under abnormal conditions, the attention of membe'rs fact that responsibility for.the mar