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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MCE TEN LEl'HHRlUREriAlLY HERALD. THURSDAY, JULY 17, o -J LIVING COST STILL CLIMBS KENOGAMI. OnL, Julv gold Jltcoverr of considerable promise has made on the Four claim. a'mlle fr liro northwest ot Kenoganil sUtlon, In the township ot Gtenlell. J The rein ia the soM has been discovered has been traced.for about i t'tiree hundred reel, being round si Spin sides ot Mhe Blanche outcropping? on Iwlh sides of -Ilie Blo'ncne River- i I'Tne Four iVaUons 'gold claim de- rives its name, from beiat owned by foUr men ,one o[ vrham'tj a French- o Canadian, one a one a u'eitro from Iho United Stated 'and .one t'Russian." OTTAX'A. July vest oi living Is flill solng up. LAbor dei-artnjent relurns stow Ibe Increase durinR June to have betr bowerer. The average cost of a list ot 20 s'sple foihls in some cities at the cniidla of thu month uas f 13 72, aa with J13.53 it the nilddle c! May. ?I315 la Juce.i 1913, and J7.S5 in June, IS'.'J- U. S. COTTON EXPORTS WASHINGTON. Jult Eiports pi coftoa anil llnters M- June ivere 5JJ.9S5 bales, the department of com- merce announced loday. ImjwrU lor ths same mimtli uilslled teles. TtePB's-JlBWP Quality of' Kerr's Here's another list that s will be aitract'ive to the economical 45c 3.25 ;i 1.00. ;j35c PARIS, July measures au- iouucej Wednesday by ihe govern- ueni arc not likely to settle ihe yrolr- eui of the high cosi of living, accord- lo a statement Issued by the liT.e committee bt ihe gomeral labor eration after a meeting hsc night. 'he cofuniltlee inuouuced thai nother be heM iwlay to U'S final plaiis lor the trlke proposed lor rMomUy. Marcel llutiu. in tha Kcho de Paris, leclares. however, tftal meet.Dg iT the executive commUlee today was to conslder-.ljie inJefiolle pouemeat of the generahstrite. Ho ays thni the XallonaL RailroxJers1 Jnlon has received 17 protests agalnsl the stride from Us provincial brau- M. HuLia declares that the public iepd be uuder no ajjprehecsioii BE to events Monday- and ruatntatm that inoug ihe' organizations (aroring -a general strike barely 20 per 0'. he D2eoiber3 will go out The Journal announces that the Un- on of Dramatic Artists has decided ID participate In the general slriko. The sarls telephone workers. II aUq go out, but there probably will be a Hoiked service on the subjvays. 2 baskeli lor "I ueoerrlra_ VV-per.basket Plums; per t2 90c ana 2'pounds [or Per 11' Fancy Sings' Rnyal Aune ;.BIact Currant basket Red per basket..... aac, 40c and per pound "Gresn I'pr pound '20c 15c 25c 40c; 19c Per pound --J.........- isew. Per pound each Hot house, ponnd .-.LEAVE OR PHOfJE YOUR ORDERS FOR RASPBERRIES, CHEHfllES AND BLUEBER- RIES TO BE DELIVERED AT THEIR BEST. Geld-Ftem'lVd Baying'' Pon- der; tils .-ircek Brown .ftnesar j Per fcoulc Corn. "s- 3 pound glass, each .s. Pork and Beads 1 .Pork and Deans and Beans Llbbj's, large.......... Port and Beans Clark's, Sc, lie and Bird's Custard Powder 3 tor D6Tljled Tuua PricB.................. Lobster Pasta Price Campbell's Assorted Soups, each Pricir DoaelB33 ChlcXen Per nipB-oiivda In tfog, each pllre Butter' Per jar Grape Fruit Tea yQardep i Orean Aellflh'; quart, sealera each-................... Palm OVIte Soap %tlf; 3 CaktS Self nljin; Buckwheat Per package Per package 45c 13c 25c 25c 20c Homan Psr package 1........... Scotch Oil; meal Per package 1......-.---- Pee'rleea Cijeam Sodas _ Per' package ProcEssed Fruit 1 in_ (Ins, each Grapalade 50c and Mushroom auce Per bottle Soap Dyes, 'f'Sunset" per package .1.......'. Gapdwillie''a Llaspber- rles in COOICEp MEATS Jldasl Porli wilb Dressing-......... Cooked Price 34c 37c 39c 15c 67c Loaf. Abhland Jellied Ta'osue llpscialty V 15c 65c 75c 70c 40c V.INNIPEO.TRADES COUNCIL SUPPORTS O.B.U. WINNII'EO. Julr trades and labor council to- night voled almost unanimous- ly in o! the- One Bis Union. As a result 9! the decision. lulilsl Gtepslwere laker, to pro- muljjlp tho policy In soveru- meat ot labor union arfalrr. -t :se Ctieese 14c 19c <18c 18c 45c 39c 39c 50c Tomalo 45c 29c 22c 15c Brick Che 1 Per pound LimbErser Par pound McLaren's j Imperial Per Jar Per pac 40c 70c 50c 50c 33c ifEOll Q'Team p IDC kJng Buller 7C 22c 60c 25c 22c 25c. 12c 40c Per pound per pound Teller's Assorted. Ills- cults; pound I'l5c to DlSeSlire Dlaculu pack-age...... Aunt'Jemlitta's Pan- cake-Flour ..V.......... Pure cane 'Cooking In each Regal Free Duatlem Clodiei bine Heel Royal ii.'ileld brand, povnu package Dutch Tea large packaga 15c Put in A stock of ioap now. and save a little money. Retail soap prices are less, than wholesaile price to- V- i 1453 GO. SErTllSEIFQR Liberal Convention at St. John HoldsOul Olive .Branch to ST. JOHX. N1. B.. Ju'.y Lib- eral convention called by Hon. W. E. Foster to elect delegates U the nat- ional -.conrenliont. ..yeslerday.. chose Hugh H. Ualcam, George Byron "and Mr. Gilmour. with alternates Dr. A." B. Dias. .Harry Mann and Burton Howe. The delegates were not instructed the convention .other than on Lhe high cost of living and the tariff. A resolution was adopted urging the vital i necessity of the immediate moval ot the IralfC on all necessities oi liTe, Ihe immediate reduction, or en- lirc removal of the tariff on all agri- cultural implements and on rope, lines and fishing gooda of all kinds, [or the benefit oi the fanners, and wage, earners. A final resolution Tras passed "Lhat all Union-Literals aflillaLe.with Lanr- ler-Libcrala In the. Tuture for the" wel- fare and good of our country." Speculation Abolished for Three Prices Must lie Posted -uly' The minister of justice has introduced tn the chnmber of deputies (he government's bill In- tended to reduce cosl o( llvlog, de- ntandtag Us khmedlate discussion. The previous law against speculation In- cluded a clause by which II was lo ei- pire three months atter tbe cessation of hostilities. In the bill Ihls clausa U now proloujed to three and tho penalty Incrca5ed- Speculation may be punished by im- prison men ty from tvo months to tva years and a' fine of Iroin FOO to Irancs. If U" aflccts footi.'-'drlnk, clothes or shoes, the prison lerm Is raised to' three' years and Irancs. The penalties may be further raised to STC years' imprison- ment and 200.000 francs fine, if the merchandise Is not such as ihe accus- ed parson regularly deals in. The posiing" of prices which are enforced Cor restaurants is extended lo and also to rooms; heating materials, shoes and clothes. MeasureVwlll be taken to prevent the increasing of rales iinouly lally by the concealment of tho fact thai apartments are empty. MlRACULOpS ESCAPE SYDNEY. -X. S., July AltnoiiEh their a'uio dropped down the a hill at. RocVysiie, near St. Anne's. C. n., and turned orer, completely .pin- ning one of them underneath it, five Sydney with; a few scratches. The men owe their .Hires Lo the fact that the top was up. NO STRIKE'' WITHOUT VOTE KEESWICSK. England, July The conference of 'the miners' f ed er: f alien refused today to authorize executives ;to call a strlhe without a bMloL, of Ihe membership. was rebuff for tHjf'RdYocates.Vf Direct OTTAWA, July tht official announcement In re- gard to the holding of the national Industrial conference ind the mat- which will bt dlicutied at {hit. Important .gathering IK not yet'forthcoming, it can today be ctorinltely itated that the cabinet council hai accented the recom- menditlon that the conference should convene on The conference Will I ail for days and it U expected that U will be- attended by all the or their rep- The official announcement which will nude shortly will cover the plan of representation at the conference and tuggcations BI to the matters to be dellberat. ed upon. ALLIES CAN'T MEET GERMAN VIEWS ON I RHINELANO QUESTIONS PAULS, July The departure o( Dr.'Leu-aM, bead o( a Genuau alon, from Versailles Saturday, follow- ed a discussion bctneen Dr. Lawald nnd tho Inter allied Ilhlneland sfon ns lo a.uroposal joiidc by Ger- many (.tut no dirfercucc should be loads as regard cuslanis and poslol g. No reply was given the German proposal and U Is believed be seul later. The Allied resentalU'es, howerer, seemed unable to accept the German riew. When Dr. Leivald left ATersailles, it i he was going to Berlin to receive1 fur liter instructions from bis govern men and would return In a few days. BLUE RIBBON Not. merely the best value, or the best at a price, but positively the best at any price! Blue Ribbon Tea V. Try It. V a f. A v PERSKING HONORED AT MILITARY DINNER N, July ernment garc a dinner in hou- v or of John PcrablDg and bis staff last ulgbL It was CB- sentlally a nillilnry function, the guests Including Fleli Marshal Sir Douglas presided, and other prooilneDL v .UritisU omcers. KINMEL RIOTERS SENTENCED Henteiices by court-iuarllal; jir connect Inn.' 'with the Ktnniel riots, included, one term or 10'yeans. Tour wen received Jive years arid one 'two years. The total .or detention tho 26-men whose have already been promulgated nrnounls to 49 years. All the sentences imposed by Iho court-martial will be rcvlered very shortly. U. 6. SHIPINQ STRIKE GROWS BOSTON'. .Mass., July Tbo lkc ot seamen at this .port grev today and almoal every vessel wblcb irea from domestic WBB de- scried byita crew. Shipping bonrrt olnccrs here received orders from Washington to prepare to tie up In- definitely all vesBcU operated by "the board. Unless Iho union ucccpta Iho terms oi tnc board, it IE men who haro not struck will to discharg- ed and, the i applies of the will be placed in cold aloj-age and placed on each ship, STRIKE LEADERS AGAIN REMANOEQ M'J.VNIPHG, July J. And- rews, K. C., govorument prosecutor, announced toilay tbal the prellraJnnry hearings in Ihe CASDS of alrlko leaders chargci! witJr-eedlllon -n-JJl not be pro- ceeded with on Friday, to which dale lliey were remanded last wcflV. Jle Intimated 1ho, crown ho ready to protc-ed Jn Ihe cjly police court AGRICULTURAL STRIKE IN POMERANIA COPENHAGEN, July IT. The strike of agricultural laborers in the Franzburg ot PomeraDia-U'be- ing put down vigoroualy by German troops, according tu a dispatch from Griefswald. soldiers" haYe occu- pied the estates and are forcing tbe laborers lo return to work. Fifteen members of tho 'executive committee ol the laborers' union-have been acllouv who oactcd-Uie resolution ad- TocAtioE-'ttie calling strike ;on" the inleniaUoualizaUon question. MAJORS INUSESSION a meeting'called1 here foday by the National' League club own- Ihe question of extending the league scaaon to tbe lull .quota of 151 'game.v and proposed change In Lhe.-diTis- ion of the world aeries receipts wefe up [or discussion. v