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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TllK LKTllnniOGR ri'ESDAY. JUIA 29, 1919 liousewlyttj couhl not do ihclr I ternary preserving mid fanning. also slates Ihstl Ihp cus- Uo Is not but exists ul-aU Jobbing centres iu- iho I LONDON, July rhe Irish ques- tion 15 to ecmn for liameoury dUcussiun DI an early dale. when It i-- suEBMitd by Ihe I'ar'.ia- inentarv torre.sponient of the -Daily who is in close touch ivitb I.loyrt Georse. the premier niiy an- uou'uoe a ieanlto It Las been too hastily 3f torJic; to this authority, from LloyJ Ueorse's references to the matter on last Monday thai tbc government has no policy. da ibo contrary, lie goy. i-rnmom'liol only Ynrjxi its oun Hind, bul has formed definite conclusions as to the best course of action. Tlie XortlK-lifle press has been chal- lenging Ihe premier 10 produce bis Thai he diJ not accept the lha( lease, accordins to Ihe Cbron'.cle. was i Much Senti- ment Existing be 3lill not only in Alberta, bill In Hit? other prairie i.rovimes. al- il tlial a measure i ihousli It 1s proffllsei ot of Mlci conic throllfb VANVOlTKIt. July diJ go 10 the Orient upen brani'lsfs. biu r-l ourselves in tlie posillua uiiderstar.dliiK trjnsjPaciric busi- stated Sir 1-MmunJ U'alker. pivsidect of Ihe Canadian Ilaak ol SEATTLE, July wear. Great UriUiius tr.osl cowteJ >var mrata Irom cistern decoration, the Victoria I'ross. U. M. These have undeilakon at the Icljus. late c.' iho puioti of the Canada Kooil UoarJ to Jritish army. Is in jail here muul- j their sliii'menii to tue his second ret'-ira to stale ic.s. at Huutsville. Tesas. Thero Mr. Savage lias wiring llie FAMOUS ARTIST DEAD ..LONDON. July Ailul- pluls Storey, the fatuous urOsl uuJ .authority ou tieraiiectivi', UleJ tils "Se j residence hero this morning. Georgo' Aduluhus Storey was bom lu l-ouJua oil January 7. JS3J. )lo receivcU his art education in Kug- laud utnTeihlbltfHl bis first picture In tho Hoyal Academy 1u _________-Abo. with J. V. Holt, Vim- cojTer manager: Mr. l.ogan. he-ad of tbe Delmas must serve two vears and food board conceruinB condltloM killed, rbo tjolt o KILLED BY LIGHTNING ST. JOHN. July Parker, of Urowus Flits, struck by ifghluliig yesterday and lastaiitl) E, slrik U. S, DELEGATE PROTESTS -SOCIALIST DECLARATION AMSTERDAM; July first real section of the Internat- ional Union Congrets opbn- ed this afternoon under the presi- dency of M. Oudegeefti ol the Dutch federation. The statement or the president in his address that 'the capitalistic system! of all countries were responsible for the was vigorously protested by United States Delegate Tbbln. tvho contended monarch- Istlc. and militaristic elements of Germany and Austria were solely and entirely months reuininiiiK of a live-y. meted nut because of bis Its foreign trade department. deposits for the interiul-onal vcar term I that because I'f lue shortage Ins ibo chimney uucl entering the kit llavbs :vc-jof sueir unsmiiios ol (rutts cbeu, Fcnttercd. striking Parker and ....enul-onallhavo been allowed w Ihe I severely slicx'kins Itis wire. jnd.liis Miss Walker. anil Trust Coinpanv ol Sail An Kdmnnvl bad conlpletej a three-' uben the bank insolvent months'tour cf CUii'.cse ann Japanese; studying commercial ani jn ral conditiocs. "Tctre an.1 _.-: because he has not go-, brie. __ Si" Henry Dalztel, Trbo. (m several occasions before now. Las marte par- j a liamcnlary oprortunities for the prem- ier, will teJay call Lloyd Geisge's at tentiou to lie. fan that large numbers s escaped from Julned the Drilisb army, i until wounded and iHschartel In 1510. I laoy opporlunilies for! iteiuruing to Krnrciscu to visit' Ibe eitsnsion o! Canadian trade, not i was m-.en oack to Texas in anv panicular'lice. but geuemlly.''i JQ jail again :Lud once- tsiii Sir KamucJ. "But we _c_annot' orc Union Jack ui iho trade without orsanizing at-from. lu Seattle he was recognized) figlsling for a officer from a'pllolOEraph. make profits ihe first year. The merchant m'lit study his custom, i'.e must set familiar with ihe of i-eiv members of parlian-ent have j difficulties, and adapt himself to the had no ihacce ot discussing Ireland I condition; that exist. It will Ihoroughlv and ask whether, in the any commission dealer Ihrec- years, as- event of a uesire of a dvbate ou the I sWuously cultivaims affairs beitif expressed. a day for it be.oie ,ae iho citadel was taking. 1 a'rretled and held for the Ilutiisvillc UK one's business into I aulhorllje3. one not profits 900 STRIKE FOR RECOGNITION his market be- b; -.vill t-re he can make profits, but once ps- The probability is lhat tbe debate till take plate and ibai tlie premier unfold the government's plan for another attempt, to seltk' the percv nlal problems. TORON'TO. July loral Orange leader en this city, has Lo Sir Robert Dordsn P resoluiioa passed by the lodge acalnsl people." As to the banlv making in the east. Sir Edmund said lhai the Japanc-se were experL nud in: China Drilish banks were established: very Etronply. Tue unrpose" pi his visit was to inform himself thorough- ly upon industrial mailers, so tbat Ihc j bank could be ot Ihe nlaximupi ffr-' vice to Canadian business people au- lious to entfr Ihe Oriental tnarkft. i Edmund stated tlial his opinion I c.: ihe Chino-Japanes-j situation was I slightly dilferfnt from the prevaiiiusl one of ihc Americans and many oil tte Urilish residents of tbe Far Kast.j "ThtTo Is miluistakably a very j Elrung anti-Japanese fecliag bolu amons-lhe Amcriraos ani to a certain j .eileni the Ilritisu in Oiiua.-'; Sir Edmund, "but whatever may- QUEBEC. July inter- national unianmen employed at the Davies shipbuilding ntant st Lauzon and at the, finishing plant of-thai firm in the Louise Basin here, out on strike this morning about 900 strong. The international union fights for recognition, as it did st Three Rivers, wherp it finally won out. At Lauzon today the other ship- yards'are operating, nations! un.- ionmen being employed there. BLUE RIBBON TEA A New Woman! Thai's what any woman is after a hot eup of fragrant Blue Ribbon Tea. It chases away that old tired feeling and fills her with new life. So delicious too. Try It. The Cross" on Tablets Means Are Not Aspirin at All! XAKES "Bavsr" the aclion of the government in re- 1 the cause from the point of view ranrhise act. j trade and the develop- pealing Hie War Times Fra1 ''and again eitendinj the rlebt to vole Ib'aJiens tvbo were lately our sivins tbem tbe in cer- (kin conEliiuenciei Lo prejudice loyal pubjccts ol Ibe Kiug and spread Lheir propaganda to cause disunioii nud -liyally to ibe injurv o! our beloted cpuulry." ment o( China and Siberia it is most For somehow have i NEARLY ALL HOSPITAL CASES BACK IN CANADAv MONTREAL, July tion has reached military head- that the majority of the Canadian casualties antf in- valios have besn returned to Can- ada and that only about fc-jr mart trips will be made by the hospital ships. This means IhaL the two Hospital transports, the Araguaya, which runs to Halifax, and the Esscqulbo, which runs to t- land, will only make two more regular trips as hospital ships. Made in German Rights Purchased from U.S. Govfernment gol In carrvW ibal dGTcIopmoiit to-i JOINS ALBERTA UNIVERSITY" getber, Britain, United Slates, Japan: :_ and posaibly olher countries." VAXCOUyER. July Thomas A. Sir Edmund and party leave to- pattison. :regi5trar or the UniTcrslLy nlebt for ihe east j Of British Columbia, bas retired from thai position to become a memler of the teaching staff of the Umyersiiy Alberta as iusiructor in ruaiLcmalica. of a netr board of i of Alberta vas f aiinouncetl lasL erenins by Hon. Qebrge P. Smith, minister of. educe' tion. Chief U chalr- itoari. and President 1J. Tory "arid Justice Sluart. tbe cbanceilor, are ei- oificlo rosmbers. MEfmLnrs appointed fqrsix years are L. M. JobnsLone, TOP.ONTO. July It Jjae conEesua of opinion among members ol the Broadway Tabernacle of this city that the" pastor. Rev. Dr. Salem G. Bland, recently of Winnipeg, czn not relinquish the pas-j lorate until next conference, thai he and Dr. J. Harrison, of Edmonton- Mrs. Parlby, ot Alii, ailil .Miss --Isabel .Noble are ineuibers for four Jlembers two years of Sledicine Hat, of-Eltnon- FAVOR PRIVATE OWNERSHIP DENVER. Colo.. July .d industrial, organizations oi ited States are orerwhelmingly Jin favor of private ownership "and op- j nration of railways under Rovernmenl ,u_; supervision, according to announee- thel ment results of a referendum by the United Stales cltaia- ber "Your druggist gladly ivill give you llie "IBayer Tablets of Aspirin" L'ecausc genuine Aspirin now is midt by Canadians and owned by_a Cana- .vdian Corporalion. There is not z cent's vorlh of man interest in Aspirin. Don't accept Aspirin in a pill boxl Buy a "Bayer During Ihe war, acid imitations were' solJ as Aspirin in pill boxes and various o'her containers. But there is no 'substitute for jenuin'e "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" which have been "proved safe by millions for Pain, Headache, Tootliache, Earache, Rheu-. rnattsm, Lumbago, Colds, Grippe, Joinl Pains, Neuritis. ['roper and safe directio'ns are. In every "Bayer" p2 Hot? Not on Lake Superior! WHEN tlie mercury it playing around in uppir eighties, and you wish Henry Ford would Invent a lelf-refrigertting you ever stop te remembfr lhal the temperature of Lake risei lamlj wlV] be leas perilous than those' i oT line adventurers of olden timea. I; ;am going in His Mejesly's sbip j nown, one of our latest bailie cruis-j but shall share one j-trith those adrentnrera. j "TraTellins and viaitlns new conn-; tries opens one's mind and f fenl it ia; a special advaolacn [or me to viaid the nreat Dominion, so soon afler Ihc j [victorious conclusion of the greatest! slruggle In whkh toft Empire.] has ever been ecgagct! ami in which all Dominions have played so large and magnificent a part." a {The Royal Bank of Canada Incorpofaled 1869 Office Montreal Capital AulhorTicd Cspilal Paid Up native funl.............................. Aiitls over Prcsideul, Sir Jlerherl fi. Iloll. Vic'c-I'iMldent anrl Managing nirector. K. Oencral Manager, C. B, Supervlsor'cf lloljeri Campbell. hr lelcgrath a- mail and Drada issued all p.arl9 o( the .world in any Collccllona raado in all parts of Canada, llio Indlcn, etc.. at rales, SOUYHERM ALEERTA BRANCHES Jtclhbrldge W.'A. I'arkcr, Manner TiMafrratlr J. K. ACnln.ioh. Manager ijCardston II. MKay, Manager 'ber 0. Uickscn, Manager For the Gillette owner, life is one long holiday from stropping and honing. It is a round of daily luxurious shaves. The; shaving quality of the: hard-tempered, keen and lasting Gillette Blade is'a hever failing source'of saliifaction. You, who are planning a vacation, should include one pleasure you can enjoy twelve months each a Safety Razor. Free your holiday from strops 'ahd hones. i The new Kit Pocket Edition Gillette a limp leather roll case, complete with twelve double-edged blades and a mirror, takes only a few inches of space in your kit. Remember how the Gillette was the choice of" the soldiers of all the Allied armies, You will need a Gillette to remove your open-air, growth of beard. The'price la I 524 ;