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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY FRIDAY, JL'IA 35, 1919 Fifteen Hundred Canadians Homeward Bound Are Held >f. Up in England toXPOX. July 25.-CC. A. r.l-The mike ot ihe (look at Liver- pool-caused a of venlence and irritation to Canadians. bcimeward bouud, whoso cases have, evoked much sympathy. Fifteen hundred t'anidian so.diers .wires and children who were, on lac Seblian and who were held up-lor sii dsrs were billeUed In hotels and teaming bouses. The Empress of Britain was sent to Glasgow, ihc ot. Jeer commanding the wailing Canad- ian troops' Interviewed Iho dockers' en'ion officials in an attempt to the itesmers released, hut ivllhcu! avail. SPOKANE. Wash., July Dt- slruction of the buildings ol or it homesteaders northeast ot Col- Wash., and ot a logging camp K Kali Spur, Uaho, by [ores! fires wero reported today. Desultory strikes cf fire fighters, especially in ihe Kan- forest, were said to have taken riuv'e, supposedly, as a result ot a walk-out order by the Industrial Work- ei-s o[ the World as a protest against Imprisonment ot their members hero. SasSaloon voleJ down street car proposal. a cuo-nian Meoling Actually Adjourned Un- til Next lly F. W. Lent, of Culgar.v was praclii-ally a cancellation of Ihe Alberla Motor league comeu- Special Session-Held To Consid- er No Further Meet ings To Be Held WINNIPEG. July The eiecullro o.' Ihe Great War Veterans' Associa- tion. Winnipeg branch, held a special session tHs' afternoon to consider the I'on at the iiueling adjourned from R in Thursday night. look place this morn- ralllis of lhe ass0ciitfou ,vhlcn caiue Ing >l Matter Off LONDON. July Maroon company has been awarded damages against the governmenl hreach of contract in connection the national wireless system. The company claimed in the UMrd of Trade Hulldtng This was the result ot u motion by P. Lent. secouneJ by D. E. Harris tust the league adjourn until iieit year, on a date be sot by Ihe executive, in Iho fact lhat there was noi a quorum' of ten according to the coustkulion. The ffiWlln? wss couseoueillly ad- journed until uei; year, date and place to be set by the president- All the and the secretary. C. H. Richardson, will rcmaln in office un- til the n6it annual meeting. The onlv centres represented by GENERAL MEETING OF THE G. W. V. A. WILL BE HELD ON SUNDAY, JULY 27th AT 3.00 P.M. All returned men at present unemployed are urgently requested to be present. J. A. TU.RCOTTE, 'secretary-Treasurer. lo'a'head at last night's mtslins. It waj decided to appeal to Ihe Dominion executive. A statement given out after the busi- ness by John 0. Ncwlon, vlce-prcst. dent, says Ihnt until tbe Dominion eiecul'lve's rullnz us lo future proce- dure can be obtained, no further meet- ings of Ihe association here will be held. At the Thursday evening meeting eiecutlve officers of Ihe branch left tho building, taking the official pipers with them, because a section of radi- cals tool; control ot the meeting aud bllsJIfess Palace Meat Market Vta-end Specials Choice Cuts of Veal at'lSc, 20c and 25c per Ib. Choice Cuts of Beef at and 22c per ft. Very Choice Farmer's Dairy Butter at 2 IbsJor 9Sc delegates were Calgary, Mcu'.cins Hit and LettiuriJge. Mr. Leni was Ihe chief speaker, anil In his. address discouraged the sug- gestion put fortli lu previous remarks by Mr. Cousins that the league should disband and allow separate organiza- tions lo carry on the wort; of auto in- terests throughout tie province. He sa'.d that there should be no reason for discouragement Xo other prov- inces in the Dominion arc any better off as far road Improvements are concerned, Ibuu-Alberla. He told of a recent trip to Ontario where he found1 lhat the roads much ihe same as Alberls, and it would only be a mailer of time before the' govern- menL would launch forth on a most energetic campaign ot road improve- ment, by which, every district from north 10 soulb -would benefit. "Though the numbers here today are small, the work of thu gootl roads campaigners will be told Ihe differ- ent clubs and auto owners of the province through Ihe medium of the delegales who Tire present today and also through the said Mr. Lent He scored the different clubs affiliat- ed with the league for not showing more interest in the movement and sending delegates So the convention, outlining-the vital .importance of-co- operation of all bodies to secure the cas prevented ihe iliscuislou of official Political Association Agree On Fresh Plan For Executive Board PAUCE MEAT MOTET 13th Street North Phone 431 necessary results. Value of Good f Roads Continuing, Mr. Lent said that there are more luau ihlity thousand auloino- in the' province, end a conserva- tive estimate. placed this .value .of. the hirt invcstmcAl of-someihiasMira Mhirty dollars. Good -SoaiJsv-Trould rnimoii mean-fully ien per the cars annually, amounting to a sav- ing o! three million 'dollars. motor owners of Alberta.; pay CAUiART, July of their constitution took up all tha morning session Friday of the newly- formed U.F.A. -political association. This, as already outlined, was.adopted wilh various amendments more o_r less o[ a minor nature." The lolWing amended clause was adopted: "That the) board of the provincial association shall consist of a presi- dent and lour other executive officers and seven the members of the executive ivh'eu.. eleiieS fo elect their own vice-president. That tbe members of each federal constituency, present shall nominate one o( their number I'D stand for election hy -bal- lot 4iy the convention to be the execu- tive' of the provincial association, the erson receiving "Ihe highest vote lo it: the Ihe next four lighest lo be the'exSculivs committee- meu." The constituencies that elect members to the executive shall not olnt mtrabers to the provincial board, mt the remaining :Eeyen shall each ppoint one ol their members to con- titu'ie ths provincial 'board of dlrec- ors." Well Dressed To be well, appropriately but not expen- sively dressed is important to every man. Realizing tliis. we are confident out' store lias the apparel that will suit every man. If fashionably exclusive lines are wanted we believe our store Jias tbe 'reputation for carrying stylish clothing and furnish'ings, and certainly men with conservative tastes who prefer "standard" styles will find us amply able to please. Our prices are as strong an inducement as the goods. t D.'CLOTHING ______ GOLD BOND SHOES 'And nifty furnishings offer the Very best in style and value on the market. The matter of being well dressed is I Miilm Leaders FREDTHAELL 315 Fifth by tbe liydroptane party, fliey report- LONDON, July petitions for leave to appeal Involving Important questions -whether the Corn-; pany Acts Manitoba, SaskatchcTan and Oalarlo are intrn Titos ot' the provinces, were before the privy coun- oil today. Before counsel opened their addresses, L'oni llaldane .intimated on behalf of.the privy council, lhat their lordships were ready to grant leave and expressed the desire thai nil three V Wife notxvery but never teal well Message to Husbands when you yaui wife dioopmg. 01 in Indifferent health, ihpilld. that ihtgetaB tonic. She nce'da. for neatly 40 yeiTf has been recognized the world OTtrdi the one gieal tonic for all who aicweak, anaemic, netv- oui or run dovro. Wihcainis it not is eToTtit.a Reil- cralivei a blood maker, Fcod nil in one. h arid revitalize! tht whole laci'inai mere in Canada. thousands ihe of wfrea Vfho, while not feeling ol robust health. pIVING advice to husbands i_a generally conceded to be not a veiy healthy occupation. Also comment as to the causes of.marital unhappinees is an unpopular subject, But, it is an obrious fact' trial (here are being sufSciently ill (o go to kotpital or require a trained --llane-yetaTe nerriua and run down, and in iViia condillon iKeyaie not husband) are .'-bol happy, and trie npme life i Hie ot.lKe.aulo molile and thereby Bare., mpnej fo the people and for'the province." Referring to -Mr. Len said that the slale'dij Tioj.'reMEnli the tremendous' p' th aulomobile ijuslness until" a feTV'yt'ar ago. The inimedlately proceeded Ib fir up. roads-, for it -ft'aS [elt that tho Iridgsfry.'could not be pfopcrlr encouraged with the fao'.ll- Ues lor the cars. The tourist profit is 100 per cent. In any country, anil motor tourists-aro-Increasing each year.-whlch means (hat a large profit until everyone recognizes'Ihe Import- promised to ance of lliis work that concrete action Bill le taken and a widespread cam- 3IXTV f paign launched to bring lie desired ATTEMPT. TO DEFRAUO results. The Bonding System The bonding syslem was the one big polnl which the speaker dwell upon in discussing Ihe problem of linanclng the good roads work. He referred to the building of post otlices and court houses throughout, Ihe province, pool- ing out-that the people (A any cifv would not hear tell ot Ihe government spreading out tho -work of building a post oldce or a court houao.-for t period ol Ion. twelve or twenty years. They want the accommodation o( tbe hullding just as soon as It. can be con- structed, and they Intend lo pay tor it by tho bond issue plan, extcnrllng the payments over a period, of some twenty-live or thirty years. Mr. Lent's solution o! Iho road-building problem build the roads in two years and pay for them In thirty. Belter Spent for Feed In h-s address Jlr. I-onl IncMenlally remarked, lhat tho Jrmrney ho made from Calgary to Lcthbrldge was enough lo convince him that southern Alberta's loss was tragic anrl that It would be: belter for the people to conlribule their travelling expenses towards buying feed for some of Ihe stock ol lha south suffering from Ihe drouth to spend money on a motor Journey tu any convention. Tour to Walerton The principal part- of the program the lour.lo which was made (his altcfrloon. Arrange mcnts have been mide for the visitor: on arrivaf at'Orilston to ylsll Iho creamery, to view t farm o( winter wheat, said lo be In fine con SAULT STB. IIATIIE, Mich., July 6[ a" party returning from a fishing trip made in a privaloly on-ned hydroplane, reported that while fishing on tho north 'shore ol Lake Superior yesterday alternoon found the bodies ot two meu, believed to bo members 6! tho crews ot two French minesweepers lost' in a tcr- riflo "rtorra late lilt year. j TVreckaje'and life raft from the 'MAIL AIRPLANE LEFT ON TIME WASHINGTON, July While.tho Mew mail plane left on time todny, despltu luc_striKe of pilots, the'post oftico no official reports at noou to shoiv thal any others were in IliRhL A. re- port from said the machines Jn the western division were, "leaving on July slighl im' provembllt Is reported, this'aftcnipqu in tho tundltlon of Lieut-. S. P. Kerr, the pilot who vVas Injured In the fall of his plane over Porlngo la Prairio last nlglil, when his wife.and his part- mr, Lieut. (Busier) Cross we're m- suillly. killed. V .WhilrJ- KeTr is still unconscious, physicians hold out some hope for his recovery. COSLENZ, July 25. Sixty Ger- mans from Cologne, Berlin and other cities were arretled tonight by army intelligence off.l- celt In cortnectiori with an alleged plot' to d4fraud the government of millions ol marks by tllminal- at auctions of army supplieE. VANCOUVER TROUBLE HAS BEEN SETTUEO OTTAWA, July depart- ment of labor has been informed that the commission named by the minlstertof labor lo deal with the dispute between ths Coughlan shipyard's, Vancouver, and ffa em- ployees has brought about a sat- isfactory adjustment of the-diffi- culty. Mr. Justice Murphy .was chairman "of the commission. FURE FOOD MARKETS Drop in Price of IVEAL Choice Guts of Veal at 15c, 20c and 25c per Ib. Choice Cuts of Beef at J8c, 20c and 22c per Ib. Choice Cuts of Mutton at 25c, SOoand 35c per Ib. Stewing Mutton at 18c per }b. No. 1 Farmers' Dairy Butter at 2 Ibs. for 95c This is tKe besl Dairy Butter on market. 80 dSLlon, and 'then go on td creamery, where BCryec. The Mormon Temple be vjslt- ed, nnd later a dinner lijIll-hD glpcn by, (he tovi-n of Iho visitors." Censors were appointed at Atlantic City to see that ciH visitors lo Ihe beach wear full length stockings. RAIN CHECKS BAD FIRES IN MICHIGAN WOODS Mich., July Roln falling today checked Iho majority ot fires In the woods throughout the por peninsula of Michigan. Keport! ot serious losses frotn forest fires have been exaggerated except few Isolated places, (oresl ojnclals saw. Shlngleton. a small town near Man. istlquc. was threatened yesterday, bul the fire was confined to Ihe cut.over Jands. Two other villages, neither having more than a dozen dwellings, are said lo hiivo Ijccn destroyed by the fires. Fancy Fresh-killed Fowl, No. 1 Fresh-killed Turkeys and Geese Buy wh'et-e you are protected by the Pure Food Laws of Canada. HULL CITY VOTES TO RETURN TO BEER July a 7 In .the dry column. InrouKh, a loca option volo (he city of Hull has voted to r.omft nmltr the anrt wine rrifill lallona of lire province ol Quebec, CO. Limited -MAIN MARKET THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONES AND 13W DOMINION FISH MARKET, LIOENSE' NO. 13..434. DOMINION MARKET COH. 4fH AVE. AND 8TH ST, PHONE 1654 ;