Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD' irehaiUg Commission Will. Be Appointed i'TTAWA, July (Canadian war jmrchasing conimis- has ceased to exist anil the pur- istng commission of Canada takes wiuiulbeiuu UUlVrS; 'in the old both ic personnel ana wets. Of the old commission but member, A. E. toward, of Vac- JTer; will be on tbe new board. Sir ISaporte and H. W. Biown, director contracts in the mUUia department th are rotirinj.- For sometimes. Sir has, 1U la- understood, ei- sssed a.diaire to: retire from the Emission Mr Brown returns to his rk m tha militia dcpsrhnent, The w commission will con t of a chairman and two menroers polntinent of OK. chairman hss as t-not been ccasMered by the gov- ernment. The othsr member o! the commission, in addition to Mr. How- ard will he Col, U R. Lafleche of Mou- treil. Col. is a returned sol- dier.- In creating the purchasing coniuib- sion of "Canada, the government has not upon a statutory pttnhis- tnj commission, and one wbich will hiva statutory Powers, but. a mai- ci departmental and intoraal'ad- ministration, to have a purchasing enmmUsion wMci Till supervise and check ail purchases with a rlew 'to obtaining the greatest economics and enable purchases to be made on bloc when cheaper prices can ba obtained than it purchaser are made by any one single department and oni? for the purpose ot tho department Statements which hare' that the government was continuing the war parchasing in place of the statutory commission which parliament had not approved, ore officially stated to be entirely in- correct The present 'it Is ob- served, was not taken agalast the wishes of parliament but, on the con- trary, w.is authorized by parliament which last.session passed a tote pro- Tiding for the commission.-. Spiked tells operetta, by loot pedals propel a recently patented sled. SATURDAY, Orville Ogle, Murderer, Being i. Hunted Ky Will Ife Stern One MUNCH GBORGE; B. c., July Onraiiin and aet- I Hera Li the north country are joining in scouring tho hi'us [in search of Onrilla Ogle; found by j the jury to havo been Iho niurtJcrer of Ttomas Dodd, director of i the Farmers' Institute here. Indian trackers are on tia trail. Oslo is snper-woodsman of very lowerful physique, a woutlerfol marks- man, armed with rifla and revolver. Tho country in which he Is hiding is wild and HtUo known. Ua has trap- ped through it and has been known to sleep in (he open in winter for weeks at a time. The Better Butter Scotch ED SEAL VANCOUVCB.B.C. Good Candy Is Sold Bill Continuing Control Two Years Gets Third Reading Some Protest LONDON, July Canadian Associated food ininie- try bill continuing "the ministry an- other two yc_ars, iraa read a' third timo in tho house of commons yes- terday. The measure has aroused con- siderable dissatisfaction among Cana- dian interests. The dominions, a member said, were protesting against such power single minis-' ter. Another -member hoped Great Britain would follow the .55ample of. Canada; removing trading restric- tions, reciting tie'necessity of bring- ing the Russian and Siheriai markets into play for the benefit of allied crat- tries, O', tod Controller McCurdy, replying to .the general discussion, .declared the'ministry confined ita trading ac- tivities practically to wheat, meat and sugar in regard to which the difficul- ties were well known. ONLY TABLETS MARKED ARE II1 N6t ftsjpiriri. at 'Ml without the "Bfyer Pam, Lumbago, StifT- r.-KhoumariEra, Sciatica, .Nctiritig, Headache, Neuralgia, Tooth- false Aspirin marked name or you are Aspirin'at all." only; "Bayer Tablets of wliict' contains compicic ffl- rcclions. Then yon are getting real genuine Aspirin" pre- scribed bj physicians for over nine- teen years. Now made in Canada. Handy tin boies containing 12 tab- lets coat hut a fen- cents. Drugjriats also sell larger u jti, ijiutnno in an :juibroken "Bayer' also sell larger "Bayer' packaSJs c is only one must lay "Bayer" ep the Cook Cheerful ANDBUYHERABAGOF; ASK YOUR GROCER FOR ANOGILVIE. COOK BOOK TOO NADA'S BEST FLOUR Holiday Little Observed in But Popular Institution in the East: TORONTO, July 31. Monday is civic holiday in .Toronto and mpst of tlic othor cities in Ontario. Winnipeg i? also 'tafcing the day ott as the result of tho mayor's proclamation. Outside of th'e'pro-- Incea of Ontario and llanitoha, h ever, the elites of Canada have not'yet contracted the habit of regularly mak- ing ths first Monday in August a mun- icipal mid-summer 'holiday. In Ontario some_ exceptions in the aatter of dates are- Kingston and Belleville, who had .their civic holi- Asys on July 25 and 27, respectively. Chatham will make it a holiday on August j? and'Galt. on August 9. Ed- monton. Alherta, has also chosen Aug- ust 8 for "the day." Montreal and the east never 'think of a "civic holiday.'1 neither- does Vancouver, although some othsr western cities are 'said to be considering the mailer. The custom in some cities of Can- ada of proclaiming a civic holiday came from England, where In many towns, the merchants and the town council decide on a day in mid-summer to cease worlc. Valuable Securities and Papers a IQCMCC tn A tk-4-ver in :ytxr house ue ahfKt to lots from fire or bufjkrt. Valuable ptpers vvS be protect- ed from such hazaixb when placed in a safety depoBt box in this bank, -v Rentalt are mod' erafe, Ask for infcrmatiorL IB. 9.700.CO) -J JJ.ooo.ooo 3W.COO.COO I THE BApOf [NOVA SCOTIA SF. D. Kinr. Mansgw, LBTHBEIDGB May Go WhereVHe Likes is Latest About Hungarian Communist BERLIN, July Kan form er Communist dictator of.-Hnngaryj and his Communisticompanions who recently were detained at Stettin while. en route to Russian-are to be allowed to depart to a "destination, ahroad-'-to Tie chosen tho-msclves according to an official goy'erhirieut sUvtement Issued Friday. '.The government refers' to the fact that Hungary to have Bela Kun handed over without result, aoil says the German government does not feel justified iuii'furlher withhold ing freedom, from the arrested per sons without WHY BACK EDMONTON, July 31 Caplalii Street, in charge of the four Ameri- can airplanes which left the Jlay-Gor- man hero at 10.50 oTclock this morning, 'ntated .on his return to the Edmonton grounds that the low clouds .was' cause of their return, The-obscure 'visibility" made a rapid impossible. AUSTRALIA f RELEASE 1. WV W.'S LONDON, Jnly (Canadian As- sociated 12 industrial workers-of the world convicted ill iintl con- spiracy are recommended'for. release, the judge stating that six shouM never have been1 convicted.' "An attempt made to .pledge- candidates at the recent 'slafo elections to ad rocale" the'r hut only .throe candidates Tliii'ty or more hoys had n fine lime nt the lalie last Wednesday through tho kindness of the Anualic club who gave the use of their premises for this purpose. Messrs. T. C. Rldpalh and P. 11. Ross were the club members tti and gave tho boys lots of fun, nnd aorae' conching for the beginners.] Tills privilege is to ho continued the remainrtcr of tho holiday season as long as It Is properly used but all boys are ashed to notice that tlic day has been changed to Tuesday Instead of Wednesday as first arranged. The hours are two to half-past four. The progrnm for tho week Is a follows: i Junior Baseball Vs.. Soulh Ground, 3.00 p.m.- A vs, United B, North Ground, 3.00 p.m_. vs. Knoi, Soulh Ground, 3.05 p.m. T! vs Uniled A, North Ground, 3.00 p.m, Intermediate Baseball Auguslln's, Ground. 7.00 Aunistin'p va. Unit- ed, Soulh Ground. 7.00 p.m. Tillc-xing Is the football' standing to dele: Intermediate i'. W. Pis. United 3 3 o 0 100 -10-in. 4Kt: ii.oa iex 11.00 12 h 1015' 11.05 S'sli. r 0. ith- f ,-x i Wa ,s dra s.' u; L. oi Wait j-' It Ciminflr Roiun !f aMmiQ i le-1 'C-'aW PWrr., Le- Vfc'mSoto. I ruirjr, Yin. toni-t t, Corart Comic Sour II Mtnylfi, Scotch Coocd'j Wnnii; 'f-A EIIIou Shaw, Ttnor n4 Ibntoac Dan, Oicb. Starr Company of Canada, Ltd. LONDON, CANADA, ieCo. aa DEALERS 315 6th StS.; Alta.