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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEH THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEI4ALEL, FRIDAY, Nowspriit Rtftt in Eye MRS. DOKGHTY APPLIES FOR BIGHT TO COLLECT RJINTS POR HB8KAND TORCMTO, application on btMf of tta wUrlvate sec- Jura, former Chiuese premier, has in- fer ininy years: cited Manchurian brigands, General --------------------------Chaag Tso Lin, military inspector of Manchuria, has serred on President Hid Shih Chang, .that, he proposes to 'organize an expedition iVlih a view to occupying Pekin until per bag of nusesls ib is charged Bbhurmeu for the.treatment., This toil willingly, jaid, because o( the high prices ob- alued toi- u4 U to-cover of treatment and'leave a in re- serve. During the rauiswl. n are regularly employed at Conway. Each vreeV about 16 -tons, quart8, of cleansed, mussels ire .marketed.- During the season. 191S-19 the price per ban oJ quarts .was 15s. Thus Iho Conway fishermen benfitted by the scheme to the estent of OTTAWA, July a con- siderable number of Industrial dis- pulss are heiug arbitrated hy boards of 'conciliation or being otherwise dealt conditions through- out the Dpmtnlon are quiet a? com- pared .with last summer wDfn fhe labor world was in ah to'tie general slrike'at strikes In In official ,ed that the improved situation applies 'to'the United States'eofd'oiiwr coun- as well reduc- titmiiBithE ftatabe'riof dts- output hy lap -and more .producing coasidcrasly more neirs-j jjriat lhan tho Backus interests pro-j .pose to manufac'.uro at-Kcnorar'H-the-1, 'present application of the Backus in-; terSsU were BrsriteJ ttfose Inle'rests 'vould hold ti360 aouare miles, ivhich be almost three times the hold- .Ings o' the Abixifai-company. Calgary offered the Cauada Western Natural Gas Co. Eas.-delivered at the liue at OkoLoks lo' cents per thous'and .feel. General Tuan has hctn punished. This Information'was received in Pekia dispatch to Ihe United States state' department which also reported that rolling-stock on the Pckln: Mukden, railroad hail -heen -Bent .to Manchuria. Another dispatch to the department dealing with tho situation in..China growing but of the rovblf of Genera: Tuan' and L HBU Shih Chang 'against the present government, said that a Japanese statement had been publish ed to the effect'that'Japanese instruc- tors attached to armies commanded by General Tnah had been 'recalled. President Hsu was' reported to have issiied-a mandate ordering troops of the contending -factions .lack, to their original posts in order to preserve the people from the'miseries of clril MARTIAL CONTROL IN TAMPieO; REBELS CAUSING TROUBLE CHIPPAWA DEVELOPMENT WORK HALTED MEXICO .CITY, July Managers of petroleum companies at Tamploc have appealed to Central Manuel Pelaez, military governor of the state of Tamiullpas to praVent allfscd liol- shcvlkl from .forcibly hindering prers from tOencral Pelaez has placed.: the streets of "Taiupico undsr martial control, accorduig to the Eicelsior. A train of Pfltroleunl Unt cars been blown presumably by Rebels between and.Chijol, in the state of iV Cruz. JOHNSON .WINS FIRST MATCH "WIMBLEDON; July (By Assbc- ated M.. Johnston. ol California .wpn'-tbe first matcn for'tVa Atnerican5. Davis ;cup today in.its ontest with 'Britlsh-.tournamenl or.tbe, right tb'challense. Australasia r" the He defeated J. C arks In five 6 2-6. NOXIOUS WEEDS Notice is hereby given that pursuant to By-law the City of Leth bridge, owners of liind in the city of Lethhridgc are required to remove or destroy noxious wpeda within twen- ty-four hours from the pn'ulicalionvof thli notice 1 MEED IT Commissioner of Public Works EDMOXTONT. July Lord rtip Bishop Pascal of-Prince Albert died oa. July. 13.. The information was received bv cable from France Wed- nesday morning at SL Anthony's rec- tory, Edmonton South. TKa wac honi August t JS68 neat Ihe city of Vhlers, in the of that came in Southern France. He was 'ordained to the priesthood in Montreal In 1873, and is now the province of Saskatchewan until he was appointed vicar apostolic of Saskatchewan jni April 19 ;1891 He qrdained'Bl'sboVbf Prince Albert CONSTANTINOPLE, July "Associated thousand Ar- menianTefiig'ees conc'en'lrated In Smy. ia, h'ave enlisted an The Turks have begun deportations LJreeks. -Thero have been ot Armenians eastward from sections where the Armenians might exceed the ions from Cesarea other RepqrtB. say the Armenians fear that the massacres and -deportations o[ the last four years will be repeated are withdrawal of the Britisii from Batum oa Decemher 10 1S07 His death took place while was residing tcm poranl) at the family home in Franca J J Morrison secretary of the IIPO predkla that the recall will he the statute of Canada witr-in j ten EVENING TONIGHT-FRIDAY AT WADWNGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS AT 7 p'CLOCK FKANK WADDINGTON WILL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AN ASSEMBLAGE OF VERY SWPER10R Teaching Oysters To Shut Up England, July Buchan wpn-l Eclipse stakes.A .classic- one and 'ourth mile race for sovereign agaln'st "a "field 'of seven horses here today. Sir Edward Hul Ion's Silvern was second and W. Raphael's Allenb third; >Tlie map shows the extent and position of the, .Cbjppawa canal, by EHecirlc'Cdmmission following as trite of tie low scale paid. Every (Oc Packet of FLY PADS fiiniey DISIKoJ SUFTB In condition. Nearly, FtfMBD. OAK Oak_Ch.c'-. foniev, Oak Drcssors and Stands; Card Tabia''wrth "toUfn'g top; Verj 1KXDSOMH DRKSSER In Quarter Oak, hiring eitra'large bevcllea mirror; two Jiandsouio BJtASS- BPDS complete with and mattressM; Occasional Table; White aiamollcd Bed romplete; handsome CARPET SQUAKB, HMBOX PIIOKO in full le-ngth Cablaflt compute with 2S Records; 6 Blec- trfc jflxtures; Cliatiiam Kitchen Cabinet; Chiid'e-Oot. drop side, mattress; solid Dining Table; KitcJien Cupboard, fnontod; (IrosoeB and Stand; New Washing Machine "Canada anil Wrinser; "White'' Sewiag Machine, perfect ordzr; 6 'Otcbea Chairs; 3 Oak Dining Cbalrs; 100 feet hose; Oarpeutei'g vd Quantity diahes and glasc'ware; 9bDirart KJinge In' sptendtd shftpe. PHONES 770 and 4M. V SALE AT 7 O'CLOCK DELIVERY ARRANGED BUTCHETERIA 465 5th Street Sooth BETTER MEAT FOR LESS MONEY Juft a Few of Our Many Specials for Saturday Legs of Lamb 33c Shoulders of 28c Loins of Lamb 33c Choice Beef Roast 22c to 25c Fine Beef Sausages, 2 Ibs. for 45c SwifaVLarci; 3 IbYpail Smoked Hams, whole or half, per Ib.........53c k tJ The oyster la ueiug. madja'.to up by the Fishery Doparlment Board of Xgriuillure. As reinaius closed, it catmot he injected on jt's journev from the KheMimuer tibje. Interesting experinienls' in' fester i cultivation are being conducted ib'the Duchy Oyster Farm, down in Helforii Estuary, Falm'q'uth. by Gardiner, tessor 04Zoology at CaniuridEe.V-'tijVii report io.the Duchy of tho Fishery.JJepartmentVin their .ifJrcat just -Professor Gardlrtor "It yfasfoitrid" that nately drying-on oysters and pia'cins them hack ou the beds for and three days they can be keep closed." i Casefeitot typhoid 'iro'fn are Professor is'lf pu- vificcd.. "alinost dunger lies iii tho handling of 'iy from if dirty packing materials. 1 aa the shells remain closed, and do ii'ot ose their ahell water, the oystersljfe good for human consumption tot be infected. Many oysters -tre'at ed in the way described wore'-. Scut .0 the Western front and to tho Gririd Fleet during the war. in one out of'100 were reported as stili.-fully retaining their shell water wlicir'the packages were opened on _thc :enth.-'.day after their Cornwall. U Is incidentally nientidn ed that half a million 'marketablo oysters were destroyed owing Ed heing carried in by (be tides -from oil-tank steamers torpedoed by, .sub marines off Fttlmouth. The Purified Mussel The mussel is a favorite deJicScy in. districts don and the laije urban centres North. The clean condition of'the Its freedom from Iy to be dangerous to public safeguarded as far as possible by.thi Fishmongers' whlch'-.tpn- alantly inspects-the fishery grounds and puts a han on beds that are Tpuncl to have hecome polluted. The Fi'iHbry Department decided, on the closing of the mussel beds In the estuary Conway Rlrer on Account of con'tapii- nation from sewage, to periments In the hopo of clcvlslng'la system of tleansing mussels -wmqii rould ;be standardized and applied with confidence wherever the need'for It enisled. That mussels cniitd'j'Va made to cleanse themselves of pollution in a comparatively short time by relaying them In clean water has already been established by'Vyar- But It aoon.lie- came evident.to'th.d-f'isllery. papVrt- menl that (he'cbnditloils'of'cteansing could only be standardized -under artificial, distinct frbih hiUdfal, cdn In the water miiat bo sterilized by the iise of chlor- ine and hypochlorites. On these linos the experiments were conducted at Conway. IJy close and continuous ob- servation the observers got to know the mussels as a shepherd knows his to. interpret; atfa glance whe- ther any single mussei'.was normal or not, what it WAS doing and1 why, and what it had been doing during the pre- ceding 12 tioura or so. In the result a, practical method o( cleansing sow- ftge-pallute'd mnsaclg 'was devised. The scheme has proved a coniinercially ao aclentlncallf. Clean to handle. Sold by and' Slofes EATING of If yeurdit ojrt of kdtw, lew wd UM KI-MOIDS new aid to cii< to take 'tit-meUt help ;y V. MAOK IY tCpTT; i mOiltif ,'i; OF CMUUHM Let CCZEMA tng wlien TOU uitj 01 nW fcr and Hkiu IrrJIa- boxV'aTl dealers or Edmanson, Bates Co. Limited. Toronlo. a Knock-out Blow to And gentlemen, in order to deliver this blow, I have gathered together a few specials an having'reduced -o "Men! '-afford to niiss this reduction in shoes. Regular Saturday Sgecial Number One v V Men's Suite. Regular to -I 5 Saturday Special .00 Men's Latest in this line; priced at regular.--- Saturday Special New' arrivals Men's Fine Cot- ton Pajamas'pric-, ed to jell at Saflirday Spj Special-f-Thisj. ,lot "in- :biiribest suits. .Regular to Flannelette. Pi- jamas --in'' stripe effect Reg- ular- Saturday Special SHOES i sHOESi j! SHOES i Listen, Men! of sKbes7 includes die lal'est 'arid best in' fpbtwear, and Veil regularly for and Saturday A pair At- thia time 6f season we have too many straws pnd ular K to SaluVday Special V...; We haye this anrf pi Saturday me through our large litre of d BOm6 hirgaina 315i5thSt More Mileage from Tires owners'keep down tire costs. ;They' artiicompfctcmew fabric and to fit of the tire. _ Cemented in, they strengthen any tire weakened by< road shocks, or increasing mileage 25% or. more. You can easily.'and quickly apply a. pooaycar .Reliner to. ypur. casing Or if your rtpiirrnan w.ill apply'iif for you.'at little extra.'c6st. i j See any Goodyear Service Station Dealer or your tire repairman. GOOD RELINER ;