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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JULY THg IETHBRIDGE. DAILY HERALD. PAGE ELEVEN- IRESENnOCAflAOA10Flfilfl.B.U. Where Funds MMcd P'tttMtnt Rrnih.r diaB by lie gov-, .rtrsiwni 01 urouier- ernment for .in Xefotlatloas for settleaieat are "I P. 5J. hire to- day, year around ID OTTAVAr A special to the CitUeu -from Detroit says: Allen- K..- deposed graajl president of the' of Maiatcuance-'tii chirjAd .ijy, (be brotherhood -with improper of tnSfW .brotherhood funda, admit- ted )u auai-er to chaises Hied in the circuit court lie had author-' cheque tir p. 5i. Draper, OUa- Id be used in combatting -Bljr Union move- raent iu r to have pledged the brotherhood; for "large sums' to fupporL. IboM'iutno plan and -other labor, klta -to have Invested brotherhood. money In Detroit real es- tate., was stpl to Canada, to cany out: certain work, Thick I fm no tint liberty, to apeak about bVctuie it re- to priTtte ol the-..tiib'or aToyenfaif. VI m'sy however, thut It was-ill-.for perfectly, lejitlmato work In furthering-the .latcretii 'of organ lied labor.-'A complete, tute- ment Mr. Barker with regard to the; dljposltio'n or H, as be desired, and I have documents show- ing that the laitrucUoSis 'were' carried hi a, not: in a position to talk as; Id ,the people to whom the moneybag given. f acted as an agent in'hindlins' It and my ta were accounted' I actefl J of the. Trades' and 'Labor ot "'g 6n. Cana- ,j.. '.From'-London Tlraos TrarcllhiK on a slope.that comman'dE wldi CorMBpo'iideat.) Abov- the town swejlsiinto'ii Bloei t froni'-Knropc. upland, miles, pf inranrlsi' tOfl tflQ {Caul 111 FI'I I harlugVery little lawfttl'TlUble means of auppbrt.' We had shed oiir moaeT and had made, the; State prosperous, but as, eoon-an Ttjs -to j littlo down at :heel- iris -'jot the :cold Perth llseifils' a clean city, lluilt on-a'slope that commands wide Bleep 111 ..tho Jrc'Ally! of o oaki-young treea as ni more th'a" y5 ancl o a though Bach tree bt-ara on western. of; uj vuu retard; her .progrew. by.. aeeras lei mean lu tneMnputh; of the Western Australian ill.thatilfef e4st'of the-bpnndary be- estern an d South AAI stralia; tilt, evidently, thould go Itpr will, do yel.lifoirecelTe' them 'Vltli and Aus- wall iana; Bail'', sdmiv that Jhere: '-'in f'-" itself; 'there are complaints or uadue favouritism for IPerth, capjiil, and of other Stale.. OpKifitld's of heals narc pfain 4 AN OLD STORY- RETOLD i v> Canadian lieccnslructlon Alto- elation issued a pamphlet entitl- ed, "Ways (o National We read this pamphlet with the of rinding some now Meas Iu it. iut we are disappointed to find that'It consists, for the most part, of argu- ments purporting show why': should buy goods that are !n Canada. The (ojlowliisprodigious ment by a promliieat banker li quot- ed "We can trade''jfltfc each other to an almpii: unlimited eilenl, while we settle In our own moDey, but every dollar's worth we buy ab'rpad'meins not only that worth pf has iieea diverted- frinn 'a Canadian workman, hut thst My have a na- tional Is imponftle In International And the -.rorkmau, of courifl. li-'strOiijEly advIMd .to fork hard aid save niouey. to h" "Wayjito National Prbsperity-' that tho Canadian Reconstruction Associa- tion see. It is astounding IImt so many wllliag doctors able to pre; Mribe. belter medicine ;f 'i-ourilry that la suSeringWrora'JisiiteVeconom'tc indication. Ejihbrtjiig the wortniah to save Is pOBlUyelj'. silly: ia tiniea like these, and equally silly to tell a man to buy necessities oil a sen- timental basis. People buy In' tho best market, Just as our Manufac- turers do. There. arerEjauy roads not yet opened up, thaVwould-lea'd to "hii- tlonal prosperity but ..thesa roads might mean harder travelling for some of our vested Interests, there- fore they are not'a-bit'anxious to have them opened up. Tho road thai Is now blocked by the' Urlff Va'l) might be opened up, for Instance, hut the mere .mention of that bit conslruction vmalies a -great mihy of our. manufacturers furious 'Tho popularity of Platform Is ciplained by the fact that it rnen- lions a great many roads that lead Silk Dresses EVERY ONE AT HUGE REDUCTIONS FOR THIS WEEK ONLY. EXCLUSIVE STYLES a more dlreclly to national prosperity old, tortuous, deeprutted than the road that tionists. Is so dear to Ibo Protec- plate of metal: at the name, a fajleu K.l f6fTsome }.IncfSllble fnfaniyrof van-1 CANADA IMPOSES Y EMBARGO ON COAL dallsm has of the presumably melting value of'.their ihterjiide We'snfemV i-, Sunday "tlhjht'jn Perth. After a day of great1 siih-lieat; the sea sent .to scorched rclty a rcbol Bait hrceze.' In the public; SarUena'that aro mfddl.e.'pj the a fine band played popular of the Mbunthiris.'-arilhg.JIp; arid so on. ThS gardens. rat, w.ithfhundreds of otters', on ;tlle grass and; On th'i i below tlie be- njgn.ly and .went put sang bid. half-forgotten pirates and demon soloist wrung nr.iv. pathPsi.Oajt'-r'ot'tnces like .ItViras all'TeVy: we to our, hpteKojllMistip for sleeli. Tile, ship would :nai- till..the wo Oolrffitldi u" W tdnlght wo respectiuliy what 6 sleen, of-happy, lands- the.barhs and nntroubled by, thejrestlessness arrowfiTofVtBeTritfleet and false s'e- of picKed up a lulled wail from wo wentjloihea: sent wail from publlshedJln'Kalgofcrlle, the centre'of Western As far. as and the Perth concerned, the as well he off .the a small portion of of the jntfileyyitiat is .._ went; forth lier.mosqijitcca to, (he attack, and At last, after the Jawii began to breafc Tjh'e hoots came along the cpl- lectlns-foot-gear. and. eftmothirtr of the jnoUey-tjiat is lielng squandered -with' a light down .hei-ejwe'fe.spent up tUe'reV there a to compeer dull had told thai in ifiatraii. PaPer In atcdayllght. WMtcfc.- Australia lias frequently oeen the Cinderella. State, with- out vis .''ore' ipry mar- ried Isv a-suspicion only tpo'.yell (ounded that we .ore" ap- our wealth. AVhen we were turning (jut masses of the ton .ITP'wcro the but as sopn as our we he rc- oulers. We have _j were _ pride of .ercryhody, iire.as.voynr. e ave been nieUpia'wl'cally by Par- llpaieiitiaiidl fw a community Could this he'.whal th'eibdolsitad drop- pedt It Aus- trallaft till It had retired-.to'their''trenches for fho dayl was over. There waaitJlltYipsr for a little sleep., who "German field cackled 'so 'much irnjy was on In 1914, the unbearable -'coiiSUtona 'in .the Fatherland, and his decMed.'to take up residence; In He is lucky to thisj.prlvilege. 'OTTAWA. July H is understood that, as; a first step towards cprisof: ration, of the fuel'snpply'in view of an almost certain shortage next win- ter, the railway board will, In the near issue'an-braer prohlblllng the 'export of Canadian exceptinj; Into the United Stateij and New- foundland. It Is laso anderstood that the :order: will prohibit the 'bunkering 'of pcean-goirtg vessels at Montreal with American coal. .This 'practice, It Is stated, serious of'-American cAal 1) nought to: Canada. After'the i issu- ance of the order, it'will bef neee'ssary for. vessejs coal which' Is the product of Canadian mines. FRITZ HAS DINKIER'' OUR The Qei-mins have a "dinky iltUe car about onenquarter the size of: one ot Henry Ford's r eround'n'ogs n'ni thousands ot them are t'o.'ho seeri'on the ct says' tho- Lds Angeles Times." A four-horse storage battery furnishes they look about as imposing as 'would an eloc- tric baby carriage. Yet'there Is''a two-wheeled trailer that can "be at' tached that, will enable the machine as many aa five persona "If Bquoeicil in tightly. Most-of thcs'p solo :machines.havo cushioned tlrca and neither the original cost nor "the upkeep amounts to very ranch.' They are cheaper than an American motor- cycle. There aro' 'age stations over Germany just to supply electric juice for this grown-' up toy. The German workman upes the machine to tako him to and from his dally toil and on Sunday he tacks on tba trailer for tho wife and babies, BAR SILVER NEW Y011X, July silver, domestic 93 1-2; foreign K H. A man wjll fall In love with any woman who will treat him as though MS were abused. CAUSES tATH OF 50 PEOPLE .ri I llf" the.town of Louth, Lincolnshire, Bug. Ibo town was struck bv a 'flrin.l Kd bjr.a cloudburst. The picture shows Uio of the flrS nMl1 DRESSES RKOULAH for HfXJULAR 415.00 for RKGULAR DRESSES. for J55.00 DRESSES, for 23.75 28.50 30.00 34.00 ...37.00 RBOUbAR 565.00'DRB5SEB, for........................ REOUUAIl JDRfcSSKS, for......................., RBOULAH ?SO.OO DRESSES, J85.00 "bllBSSES, for....................... REGULAR 190.00 URtSSES. 44.00 50.00 53.50 57.00 60.00 3, I 3: 3- it Blouses in Silk and Georgette REGULAR ?5.50, for REGULAR for REGULAR for RFXJULAB for RBGLLAR f SAMPLE HOSE ladies', Snniiilo' Hose and manufacturers' seconds. These como In filack, and grey. They aro values that me wonderful when you Consider the price o( hoso today. Values worth G5c Hummagc 1.3S COTTON HOSE in this lot arc ladies' and children's hose. They represent 'some' excellent values for they arc samples. Brown and black and a few pair o( grey. 7Sc. Kummage SILK HOSE This Is an odd lot of some excellent values. Thc'ro are black, llrowSiand u iiiimbcr ot sample pairs ot novelty lace hose. Thero fcro values world up to J3.CO pair. All perfect gooils. liummago SOc 1.95 FREE! FREE! Ask for eslimale slip, you may be one es 2nd-LAES' SI'LK GEORGETTE SMOCK JA Aft -vaiudi ONLY THREE DAYS MORE OF Valued at To fho next six persons .a pair of AA RADIUM SILK HOSE, valued at A COUPON ENTITLING YOU TO AN ESTIM- ATE GIVEN WITH A CASH PURCHASE OK ONE DOLLAR OR OFF HOSIERY GLOVES UNDERWEAR i CORSETS SHEETINGS PILLOW COTTONS SILKS DRESS FABRICS KIMONAS HOUSE DRESSES VOILE WAISTS SWEATERS RIBBONS EMBROIDERY LININGS HAND. BAGS: TABLE LINENS CAMISOLES BRASSIERES RAINCOATS' YLAND AND COMPANY C K? You-Save On Everything You Buy ;