Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
MUDAY. THE LEETHBRIPGE DAILY PAGE -ELEVEN I detned iata optralioa by m Ctaaoa a It ttitqn, In- s of fritt t'oui (acton l _._ ting u aeon aa coUt thm nrtatlfel Decided the WlslL'tte "Seat board these' fact u airote air buj Ing of vrhMt via eostroHed by various either Mparate 1} or toj that the buying b> our priaehal cuctosier's, Great Bri-1 uln, Fruce Italy was carried r.. LATEST ADWftONTO THE CANADIAN NATIONAL FLEET upon pui mont of to won. I'ecra- conditions irhicli ne- cessitated ad ranees-' a nd, c redita- by fpreifn governments mil which could only be by Eorern- ino'nUl' "agencies 'aider raiiije; theh sme or none eitra rtooy" patch thtm their- chince meal' from rnent of harvest. ?tf-Tn'8 control by the United they Iticreaie the distance again. At ieuith our courts wean -citar tkvcar "for- ward. Tie paw is splendid but' rather terrifying. Half standing, half kneel- States otjttie of ancT fixation of. an embargo on; im- ports of botk'ifksat and .independent Purchase Y- "These factoru' either do.not-exist o r ire not in to. tho same eilepl at 4he pfoin.the best informatfon now'ap pckf that while, as far as can ba as .Kuropean buying, will be la i greater (Srijesser- degree' coa troBsd the .governmeiits llcaliy all couulrle.s In Europe" depend ent'upon wheat, tbers_'doei i'6ti leem at the present believe..thatUhp purchase'by tb --ground gazelle, pass him' and ulth right left .he brings dowri Kald Hammou's car fa thi ncitt tnd ha loo shoals his A few minules later Once the herd see them'appear on the outline of a Sand passing betneen the break hill bouRdlng over the rotks to the rear, and Is allowed t U not fresh herds put y breaking away to the left fhe? "succeeded In reaching 'the' low' s'to'hy '.slopes that' form the northern boundary of the Rihamna plain. At a signal from escape without farther molestatlou all hut one a yoaug doe paralvs with fear, stands motlonlesa and I wasriy captured alirc and unhurt t 'be carefully taken back to Varrakes ,to become a pet'in the Bachai house Much Skill Deeded lof lime cover the casings'exposed bocotoe chafed Do not pverlooi U he argued tbi' this c! ail-at (tho sun, lulling is not iport, Jthat'the'sastllej-islthc w no chance Q! escape, but It U not I oej. pari o The krlrt is accident taay' ccur 'at a'n4 the stony especisjly the urfecc ptjthe a good chance the ga- Of the maay erds we saw tho four gxc-lle shot nd the one taken alive were our whole bag, though. vre. covered over. 00 iniles of .distance or) tho trlihoat counting our "ride to from Marrakesh haudllng if thevars greatest eklll, and the shooting is by no means easy. ?o hit a running gazelle from a motor- car travelling al the rate of 50 miles an hour, oircrv rough ground needs no itlle eklll..- We return to.a -late luncheon at Kald Ayadl'a meal begin uing with a roast shoep and coutlim hg with uoliniited courses of meat and fowl and left un .asted. The afternoon Is well on and the of the Atlaj aro rosy with the-rays of; the setting B'jn roll to the cltj al ing tho straight wblto'.'road.-..'. Before siinstSt wo are in the Baslus Palace, having coierec over ISO niilCE alu'ce'cur start In the morning. rUD- Vhen (he casings arj not in use. Ejaiklne. tubes and see that tha paiohcs'urovin giiad oon dltien.' and SJ 'tfcsJUile !ell teraporary. pitches should .be 'replay ed wlth'Yulcaniied1 oiies: ofJieeplTiS Vp Jropanjr. rules by'lei manufacturers 1 "V J EXVER. July' jichuman, of Denver. Mel Coogao, L-tline joy; SUMMER SUGGESTIONS FOR THE MOTORIST Wilh- summer1 weather and sum, mer touring clipping' upon us, a few suggestions oh the care :of casinss and tubes are in. place Fark car in the shade if possible 1C left standingJu the hot sun any length) TSat afternoon cup ol LanU! Refreshing, stimulating, a pleasure! Blended from the choicest Ceylon growths from, British .hill gardens the'supreme, tea far British tastes. Order today. i i'; .S. i j I ''The United States has J in thoi aiow open .B tlois, is no longer upoTi' imports'of wheat or fiour> that "pro; Alljthe indications, th'erefore, are t be? market Ing of 'grain rand lts> duels in 'the United'States'irlll resume flow- in7' tu'e usual must he ifememrje'red, however, that 'the United :States tion 7'Can- be brought Into eirejliro Jdf'ce if1 at" any tirrie their govertrment. were to decide that' national interests demaiided such Vr: "'tjnder the circumstances "above :set tot jtr t :h that the present wheat board ivilirnot function insofar-as the'crop of-iS20.1s cpncerneu and that the.ntar- ketine of this crop revert .to the iisual and The government'will, lioweve'r, careinlly watcll .the condilipna pqtside of Canada, and 'will eiercise the-right to proclaim', the "enabling Itsisladon of-last session) if clrcujnsrancca make it iieccssary s'oito act Id the public interest. yjvom th'e p fesb'n t' pb'fn'f "of :T fdwi live hopes such. ;ac be (From the 'London Tl'tnes' -Morocco Correspondeiit.j Tnerc arc four of us; Ha) Thaml OI4irt..thc Bisha of rMarrilush, Kald Jjaftni6tf- of Sid' jtaid of Kahamna, and your correspondent: It is" time to' start. There is a car for each of us four sportsmen, and at the invitalion of my hosts'! take my tieaC.b'esfile the with two hcautlfully.dresccd black slare.B in Ihe hack seat In attendance. The Kalds enter their cars and we out. v, ThclcultivatJd lands are 'qultkly left Behind add the great, pIMn. hamni lies stretching away before ua with the enow peaks of bounding its southern horizon. Katd Ayadl gives the signal. and tho four .cars Xufia yards sjowtr )jace, about. ground it Jtone-alrfWii and rough, and careful sfeorfng'ii thero sire boulders of every shape and'slr.e loosely fltrewrt over-lbe and channels worn by trate'r.jrjslgnl-. in 'buV.hlgh' ly damaging to.raptor-arF, if not Tully rnanoeuTred.' Our three Pren'chraen and Algerian, aro Wilful driven and accustomed to this sport jif the ,'ii' Suddenly ono of sfatcJ In 'niy car cries out and away'Ahead of me 1 see a herd of gazelle bounding oror I pjaln. My car Is.on the eilritno left of the line and pur object Is to heiOl off the herd from th'c more alony ground and turn vthenr to 'tho right, where tho plain more level. Edg- ing away always to the left fat car Us pace, rolling from slilo to side and humping, b'oizlng .eyery opportunity of "a few yards of good E round spurt forward, only to' bare to Kioto. down. again- to manipu- late some iwlftrafd .The gallic are out -it Is oily .with n ehpt SulTioTtdSd with solHTHullet'or buckshot 'that they can be got. To shoot with a rifle out of a car going fronj 40 lo 50 miles an hour over rough 'ground la too much to ask of to be eipected. are Itis stones now, and we are maklns headwaf fi Pursuaf i Tho keep a little IK tp facilllale my fufhlng'miye'iticnt, but they (oo ire making good pace. At tlmei, for we are travelling at orcr 1.0 miles an hour, arid once or Iho gazelle'' are almost within PURE FOOD MARKETS Beef, Mutton, Pork and Veal, is Await Down in Prasli ".4... o.l MUTTON, per Ib. We Are Agents for the VlCTROLA and VICTOR RECORDS Large Steck ef Both frtm which to Select Mason Risch. Limited Hi i CHOICESHOUIDERS OF No. 1 MUTTON, per Ib STEWING MUTTON, per lb CHOICE ROASTS OF VEAL per Ib. No. 1 FARMER'SDAIRYBDlK 2 K ihr" V ,lc -7- 3UY WHERE YOU ARE PROTECTED BY THE PVRE LAWS OF CANADA. w SHAMROCK BRAND HAMS. BACON, LARD fiBUHER ,THE EMPIRE'S Dominion Poulbry Mam Market, Phone 412 Dominion Market, Market, Phone 545 Phone 1654 Help Your Province By purchasing bondls of the Province of Alberta. highest class of inyestment pYpcufable you .at the same time aid y'6iir Province to provide trie buiklirig of its 'Public-Works the.most effect.iye way. H Financing by issue of bonds with m "the. Province results in the distribu- tion of the. Interest among our own people. If spu'iejicourage this idea, you help your Province to become lew depend- ;oUteirde money markets, of cou- iortsof be made by maiked cheque, money oidei 01 postal recognized In the Province of Alberta. HON 0 R Provincial Trenur'er. W V NEWSON Deputy Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, "His Master's Voice" Dealers DO NOT LIJXURY, TAX FROM THE PUBLIC" In order to remove any misapprehen- sion in the rnlnds of the of "His Master's Voice" Records and VlCtrolaS we wish to state 'thatt so far as these products are concerned, the tax is paid by the manufacturer and importer Tax is to be collected by the Retail Djatetjtojn the Consumer. i v There has been Yn6 tnPprice since the new taxes went -as they rnerely replace a similar tax which been in force for some time. BERLINER GRAM-0-PHONE CO., Limited WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORtED STOCK OF VICTOR RECQRDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA.