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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IKTHBrtlDOK HRRALP FRIDAY, JULY IS, 1910 I .J _ EXPECT MINIMUM PRrCE SOQN OTT.UYA. July Is ex- ,pscted that t'rw jovprnrueii; will (ii a tlie question under, t-otnideruloii .or some tune. Th> idea ot liiiiig minimum" price would-be, it is said, to j.j. give stability to tho financing Ot the crop safeguard prices Meeting Thursday Heard from too violent MKEEN F( missioner Peters Outline, 1 Situation The ujlnlmuju price, would be guirantetd to iValers, bankers and others intoivsied in i'rop movement., Interest in-the exteusioc ot irriga- tion is very teen in iho d's- _______ trict Tbls was evident tt tie avai! i So Declares (Jen. .Perching in] shitir, r jmrdaudi'r-m-vhh'f of tbii I United Statej forces. me- ims U is felt that it the military members of partia- vestenlav afternoon In the j graiu is allowed to "way to out-jment in .lie commltlci- reom-ot luo ji. ___ i ni4i> hi. tti J8V allrniOU'l grttlU ui nsiv floe new sununl Consolidated school.! s-do markets tb.tr... nisy he great One ot the rooms was crowded its i fic-jtty in oWaiuius Rra-.n at a -nuic'tv with interested farmers aud! p'rici; iH'xt year, wives. N. IV Mills, one ot the! K-ituriilly the'stuck in the t much conrerm'd about ihe Ve Iariiipr5 t uian i ms tuvi v "aVia the chair. F- H- Peters, com- water supply ia ihe Little Uow. The mitslrner of the prln- river ii absolotely dry at the pres- dpXl speaker. he enlightened the Mr. IVters trrfonucd tho MOD'e oa tlie i'rijration situation. liieeting that water nsd-been k-t irtu Eurvevs are now beinj conducted tbe river from the U'-ghvvood river nrfer irrfe.ion. Sundial within ten days The Address 51. in London Working Kor Kus siu and Has Accamplished Miraculous Kcsulls Only J.-J. se of commons iutrotiuced by yyen chill, secretary of In an adciress, in which h tnl tbe sentiments of the I'nited Slntes, soldiers and I'crshinsi said thai had it not been 'or Jliu lis-i learned trotu the British 'V.ir forts would'not'have b'eeu what they Ifuve been. Our associations fror.i t start were 'NKVY N'.S.. July IS. o generul he i.. t. 1 waE nc- 1 The clrent War Yyierans oi Nova anil learned fr.fui your conimai-.iier in- what was doomed mos- er-'ter o( public works, Edmonton, .will 1 e ren ar y Scotia will never hall any enemy alien as brotner-nor enter into formal rela- lions or uo-operatiou with any organl- zatran which includes alicfl enemies r those of alletv enemy extraction (n ts ranks. That point was made clear 1.6.NDOJC. IS. lillggs. chief of military mission with iho liussian general. i Uvni'Xuie. has .arrived in London. In la statement today he warmly refuted 'the published reports.that Gen. IK-ui kiue is an ambitious reactionary and flatly denied charges thai lie guilty o( atrocities, llo declared that the charges were prompted by German knJ Bolshevik propaganda. As proof of what lie ftidy Gen Brlfcgs produced the. program of the policy drafted by the leaders o: thn British. Frencll and United Stales tnrn- sions. which has been willingly -it'll graia now in i now and i! the Little Bou river was distrkl should bo j filled with water, there would prat> held arf'ao; he disposed, be no difficulty in carrying n-d'r to the deDiar.ds for! trough the slock In that district tuis Pl A good soaking rain vould next yr.ir. Tbls view was vnictt has itad sutli Ml'influfncc oa our army in Kurope." ;j -Today Gen. Pershiiig-was pnsenKd with the frceiioiu of the ami a a roVrpsc-luV.' ,tbe feed siluJt'Qu. rfwrt of hooof, in ihi.lirescnco of a .list'nguished comjjaay iu the histJnc VVIli UiJ "J t-Llf- a" atn in a11 the KAIG JEALOUS OF ___ R BRITISH ARMIESj, July" i" f v 0 Lonion veslerday 'on the of the British. Emuiro in WILL .ATTEMPT FLIGHT wir Field Marshal Hals' said: "Xoth- i w our j and desires than to attempt to TO CALGARY what will te the first attempt Calgary, which place he ex- ers, for whose many successful act pects to reach Monday, .even ions in the field I have nothing but ad "I admit I am very jealous of the repalation of our own armies." sons. wc s eX) by Dcnlkine and all the members of his council. -The program erabracos abolition of Bolshevik anarchy: the construction of a united Huss'.n; 'the convocation of a national assembly based on nnivers.il suffraBe; decen- which developed marked ility to affiliation wIUi the tradei and labor councils, unit) "he labor lllions amend their coustituHon sr ES o ranks of all allenb of enemy nationality. The discussion ivasxprccipitaled by a speech of J. II.'Vamlureu, presi- dent of the Sydney Trades and Labor Council, who had hccn asked to ad- dress tho convention. .x' format pronouucenient on this subject is. to he matlo by the convention today in the shapo o! B resolution. With this resolution is eipected tosgo Ihe last hopes of a soldier-workmen entente which 'was first, broached In Cape Breton months ago. bhas. Desroslers and his AVISNIPKOI .Tuly Chari- old son, of Cliathani, were badly% buru- (inuff, Oscar Schopplerei, Solomoa autonomy or self-government; guaran full civil and religions freedom and agrarian labor reforir.s. den. Brlggs 'asserts that S5 per cent of the entire population of Ras s'a. is aiiti-BolshcviH. Ho adds lhat the work of Gen. Derilklne has accom- plished in tlie last 15 months is mirac- ed.ivhen the gasoline tank of% thair automobile caught' fire. Columbia SaKOphone Sextette Foxtrots' tlirough This first saxophone frcord i that brines'Otit the: reil saitophone toncs -and the result is whirlwind mcdlcy- fox-trot to dance to. Coupled with r "Waiting" from "Listen Lester" an- other fox-trot tjhit will msHe von step i, lively :.r Happy Music of the Moment The tieweat new-old pieces, by rung-well known to they're singers great two novel up-tp-dEte two maichea grand viol twevle dances be a sin it were one be at -our July the gfellest ytt. OiicDtilc .'fotcha u-'aA ll.M Yank" liii Anlia.- anf Babr Bilij M-jirsr ASiSj. f.fl FirilolFiilh-FtErltl __ in Giaveute. y' .Griveureisonebfthc few living artists great enovgh to give all the Tfi glory of the world's song of the _ song thit saved France civilization, clear to its tremeKdom clt-" max "for Victory or Death." Coupled with "The Tru mpe te so lungtyiGrayeure. and Sam Blunienberg. held for breach' of Act. will appest'thi decision ot tlie boarr of inquiry if the board orders their de- portation, Marcus Hymaii, their coun "sel, announced this "afternoon. "The board will allow each man to appeal from its Magistrate Noble declared toilay. According to Jlagistraie Aonie, power'of appeal is left to the discre- tion of. Ihe board under the clause ot the Immigration Act which the men are alleged to have violated. The decision ot the board repealed by.Hon. J. A. Calder, min- ister of immigration anil colonization. The nWistrale said that Mr. Galilei's decision would be fiuai. When'the hoard met this afternoon, Mr.jHyman, E. J. McMurray ,and -Mr. IJIutray, counsel for an- nounced that policy was "We must object to certain ques- tions 'asked by.-Mr. tljey fold Magistrate Noble. -x The magistrate said thai tlie, men would bo helil.In custody until they decided to answer the questions. North West ilounteil Po- lice have a warrant for the arrest ot two more men for all eg eel breach ol the Immigration _Act. 'One of .them is said to be John. Fisher, alleged to be a member tot a focal radical social- ist cJub. ,Fisher, it.is understood, is -wanted on a joint charge with Alma: zotf. Any Tablet Offered'as Aspirin and Not Stamped with the "Bayer Gross" is Not Aspirin-at-Wfi "Bayer" Now Made in'. Rights U. S. Government Harrison. L Mill. tx Love li II it DijUUni-Ha-r.'Fox. Yo es frcm, .n't n-a-r.'ox. o .n Cirliei All (Tfcir All .Want "l.V a Atttt, Ke. A "song of love arid longing exquis- itely harmonized by the Sterling- Trio. Coupled with "Lulla- by the first Columbia number by the American Quartette. A-27S5- Kaufinan Brothers "that Say I Loy? You' Say 1 Love You" are the only kind that appeal to Irv- ing arid Jack Kaufman in this tenor duet, which wilj appeal mightily to ypu." Coupled with "WhA the Bses Make in Sunny by'the same Before t Grtw Up tff Vtu -llesry Barr. Somebody'i Vv'ftilicr for. Soae- aad Burr. 50jir of tbe Velft F.ljliiia OrchiltFi. (or Our SaJalaiVa Orc'Dcitra.. AGtfiMat t" Jait Band fx Rector etly OrcheMra, Mummy Rector Novelly Or- chejtta: i i.- Daf-.ce Otch-.jlra. Hie Royal Jledlty One-step JockeK Uincc (JrebeiUa. AMI, l- Ann AValdorf-Asloria fiance Orefcejtra. Bevo VeiVes Jaziriaba Ofcbtitra. ID-tBiA tte [Kels Fine Recoid of "The "Like a string of1 como Miurel's divine notes this song that has 'touche'd a million hearts. On the re- verse of this record Maurcl sings "At Dawning." 'Va Down en the Farm? Medley Incidlntal Cnorvii by Billy Janr- iraba Orchestra. Mammy p'Mlae ley Foa-lrot-lncWenial br Premier Anuriean JjEirimba Otchfitra. 1141 Turktilan-BiHr Murray and America" (hurutle. (Juit fjtl Me WoMhip Bind. Band. Ml'A, tl.K New Colombia on Sale Ike 20th t( Etttt Month r6l.TJMBIA GRAPHOrilfJNECO. Toronto.; v ill Stracciari Sings Sublime Love Song "Core'Ngrato" All the pain snd passion which only Straccuri, it his- greatest, could con- vey, art in ttys ivon' dcrful __ of love. This NM-. poliun ,song gives you Straceitri at his most inspired heights, There is iiot a penny of G'crnipn nigneyjmycsied in Tablets of 'AspiTirt" nprvwill a German cllizcii profit .by-its Tsale-.pr ever be aftowed io acquire -The.'-.original, wdrlil-fSmous-. "Bayer of is now -made in can" be'Jiid at yoXir dmj< gist's vin.-hanay Unless you ''Bayer Cross" on -package.: and .TJII- iablels _ iiie -war, .'wer'si sold as 'Aspirin iu pill boxes and Various is ri.o subsiitutc for genuine "Bayer "Tablets "of Aspiriri''-Wliicliil'iav6 bein' proved safe by Tobliiaciic, n'arache, Rlieu-; -maUsm, Lumbago, Colds, Joint Pains, and VBayer Pa'ckn Don't accept- Aspirin in i'a .-pill. 'box.--.Bliy a Boxes' of 12 li the I rr Ssl'prllrarM Wljllp It h it.-l now ttdr nntri! trada uitt, Cross. rk In Canadal Stanrraetdrii ljllp It h it.-ll known IbBt n means .liatrr tnAIi [i (a ct u re, iupri wlli LONDON. July. There was an interesting ilebate t the.liouEe ot lords on' the nationalization, to which the majorits ol speakers, ciiiressed themselves-a frarilclT hostile: Inchcapc declared lhat_ th_ nationalization 'of the leading. Indus tries would reduce Cireat Britain t the )i33itron of a rourlli class n a few years.-, f Viscount Mllner admitted tlio sit lion ivas serious, tcUeved he nw the riaw'n pi better things. He -ras 'convinceil there was sin irresist- blc trend of all countries toward a greater measure of. public owrier'shlii -tnil 'control, hut snch control from Whitehall. Ha suggested experiraeiiL- p.l .controlled working ,uf all'mines within an'area for one mor.ih. count Wllncr malnlnlncd that wilhoiit control of coal, r'nni] and shipping in the years of the war, thcra would have liceu comiilcie flidfcr from the BURNING mm ,-A( CQ., LTD. Next The Drug-Bpok Store Tflucun POWDWS li You WouW Make Dollar Bills Cut Out "nrCi 4 1 This Ad.- Yuil (iret odgravcil llien "Drintoil.on: Wrgi: sliects-sevcral aoicri iJills Ilicy arc 'then cut out mid WConia dollor bill ot common use. Utit HID gov- ornment of couroo reserved to flselLHie, to iiinfce its' owii Mils i.niii-severely'- lumislics tli'qsc wlio smirp. ll.nl. rlglit. Hero's a nuilb legillrii'atcffor yoit (o lar Cut r nrescnt It (luring this month to our Alices and wn will for -Jluir on you fpoml'for on: Amprlcon fifcliards, formcrli- in charge of our. office, has now no coniiecliori whatsoever with our practice. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art, McLaren High Grade American Dentwtry' PHONE 363, VOtt 4 Doors frort Lethbrirfge Hotel, Uthbridge AlBCRTA OALQArJY EDMONTON CRI8TALL 6i.O6K, 1H-.II IBNBW ;