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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA; TUESDAY, JUNE i, 1920' WEEKLY 1EPORT didly after bsing so closely during the past.two 13 inches high is reporter! troro the h-ri- gated district." Warm weather is the cry of all far- mers a.ovrn address of wel- come. .peaXert will be'Mr. O. R. Marnoeh, Presl- dent of of Trade, Mr. C. F. Jsmleson and Judge AddrtwiVwil! alia' be given by of the voting 9'.15 pin- At there will be band concert In the Gait Gardens wfieh the guests will be taken Ah are requested to fly flags on the afternoon of 'Juno 2nd.' Alfalfa 13 Inches High At Raymond (Special to The Herald.) RAYMOND, June may tell the world that I have potatoes above the around, and alfalfa thir- teen Inches said James-8. Anderson to the Herald correspond- ent :Mr. Anderson is one of Raymond's seisMlfic farmers. He is always found in the. lead, and, judging from'the above, very much In the lead this year. "We.'U be haying early this year, and it cer- tainly looks .like a bumper yield. Hay land Is. advancing. A. well- known rancher offered me !5150 an acre for my alfalfa land the other day, but I to con- tinued Mr. Anderson.' Budget Debate Drawing to Close Puts Farmers' Views Before the House. >U.S. LABOIJ DEl'UTY IN SYMPATHY WITH COMMERCE BOARD AUTHORin STILL HANGSINBALANCE j Declares Britain's Fiscal Pqlic.v Would Be Better for Canada. I OTTAWA, May 31.---The toufot de- hate -is drawing ,'to a', close. A tacii hisreemeul has been reached between the two sides of the house to Icrmiu- jitle it tomorrow night if possible, but WASlHKCiTONV A.SO: fluted Pr-ess.l-Charslus that LmusP morrovv Post, assistant secretary of la boiv had "a sperverled sympathy for inal Attorney R. -Palmer told a house comiulttce today th-u f Kioe d f th centime I Pago Four.) Burder Blind? -Belief that llie runs tliroueli the .ely has. heeome crime, was ox !yW. Ronma'n. a auney of entified' person; hsull witli-Chicf evise means for suicide. Departure'.ift the I of murder holes au unusual e been taken ffman said. 'In Tliie bodies hore'evidence ITay, while in others the aclloif water had rendered'.'dcnnlte impossible village of Cumberland county, Ranger', from forest p-odd'-inHabitants are 'Elaines when linjits" of-lhe village, piidi River Hebert this [lhe> effect that the and way toward Jlro Se.tvvceif iVBsterlyVwInd was blow- -fires still .1 the Darlmouthi under situation district MaiUahd, .Hanls Sun-ey Commenced lo Irrigate Acres of Town. of Salf.ia COSE jri men icla all 3 and lo ad- 3ra con- ilitcnl of iOdatlon istod, workers and car work- Ing unit are Slrilte.i also IN TRIALS J. Ibo star Ihe best re- lon races by represent Ic will In 11 irecord, lo dash U1U T UL threatened, is'yrioiy repOTled :to rics'j alarming..'Firo'Rangor Hunler CnujbeHand; this Horning lhat'the: (olaP loss to date jonld uot be esllmatod. Ho slated that.ver ntrc.i'of green-forest had that oyor lO.Ou'HCTcS'.ot gf'ecn forest had: been desiroj'ed.-In that county alone. Y: BORDEN LEAVES McGILL OTTAWA, -Mny Robert Dorden's resignation1 as chancellor of AfcOill University' accepted this morning wiih deep regret liy the board of governors.-, FUNDS YORK, ex- change strung. .Demand ca- bles 13.90. 80 cents. Supreme Court ,of Canada Fails to Decide Question of Power To Fix Profits, and_ Privy Council Will'Hear Case. OTTAWA-June (By Can- adian Press.) supreme coutj, divided in its opinion to- day on tUeijurisdiction of the Bo.wd of Coinmerce of Canada as a profit-fixing tribunal. An order, which' the board proposed to issue, on retail clothes in Ot- tawa limiting the profit -wliich any rptmler nigj niaKc on men's suits arid av ]icr wnt. upheld by the chicl justice, Sir Louis and Jus- tices and Mijjnaulf.' Jus tices Idington, Duff and Brodeur refused lo uphold the order. I is liuderstood that the matter will be taken to the privy conn Cii in England The result of the judgment is that the status quo remains unchanged as regard he powers of the Board of Coin mcrce. Power Unimpeachid June Canadian Press conferred today with the Board of Commerce as to ths effect ol In decision of tho supremo court on th' joa'rd's kitentlona. said: "The el :ccV" ot tho decision was that th loard's' Jurisdiction, remains unim jairecl.-. The bee .mpugned, the board submitted to th court of Canada a slated cas consisting of two (lueBtions, as to (Prom Our Own Correspondent) COWLEY, May seems ery quid since the seventy-five or a hundred'loams, which were hauling feed all winter aad spring, bavc ccas' ed lo make their trip' Cowley Is ns strong for irrigation as the rest of. Southern Alberta.. 4 parly of twelve under S, H. Hawkins, will start the surrey al tho the neighborhood of thirty miles north of Cowloy, on the North Fork of-the Old Man. river.-.-.The plan la lo irrl- Balo approximately ''VXiO icroo, north of Cowley, and Is expected ti run--within one-and a half town. Tho ''foothills counlry''-f; tho world, over as n grazing range, cattle on Ibis grass will equal r the-beat grain fed stock P Burns Co.. have proven this 10 correct in shipping''Jieet caUlc to thj Chicago market With 25.000" acres of Irrigated bfi' Cowley will once more li lho ma] 'eace Efforts of Pope Benedict Are Lauded HOME, Juno Benedict's ef- orts- to-re-establish-peace in Europe luring thB'.-war vrere eilolled by Car- luial IjOgne, primate of Ireland, at.a mnquet given hi ttie Irish college, at he close ptrtho festivities inciilorit lo iie beatification .'of Oliver Plunkett, flrat archbishop of. Armagh. ot President Wilson's 14 points not included in the pontiffs peace he declar ed "During the.'Iate war erery effort ras made to induce .the pope to Side Tfith one belligerent or another, hiit inai nuarcmsi, Auonicj i.ur _Mr Uerars mam crilickn told a house committee today that iu I nmt ltjs te dealing with altempU oflbe govern-jto th b d o[ MI rid Iho counlry of dangerous 6( th-e raan ,Mst ,wi nil.-Mir- liail i Uerars mam wlUclcm of the tenor ;ation on Miymuuia nitr umii ir-nsfc to bPIif aliens Mr, Post had a self-j u Q t) b o' prolfL wiled aud autocratic subsliluro_of his, d f d h d P own. mistaken personal viewpoint or Canailian Collnd! ot AgricuUuro tb.8 obligations of the public laws J fl t A ateolulo (rcc t Jp Sir. Palmer was testifying before the IjlB fl t k R a rules cbnimitleg which i: ing Ihe official conouct of-Mr. Post deportation'proceedings." In Salmon went ?lraight as an arrovi made justice and right triumph, oppression" He Complaint Made Committee That Arc Diiven TURKS AND'FRENCH J SIGN ARMISTICE LONDON, Juno Na- tlonalitt forces and the superior cotnrfiand of Freiieh troops occu- pying Clltcta, Asia Minor, have concluded a 20-day armistice, wnrch at its expiration, may be renewed, according to a Constan- the-Exchange Dublin Chamber of.Commerce Protestsr-Say Irish Not for Revolution. n splendid ''slock raisinc district. feed will be grown in aliundjnca anj tlie have no frar of h'ar- Ing to face agnl'i wlnlers such as they have gono Ibrough years. Ihose lasi two Of six judges, differed, equally; in the. result, the question-remains unanswered. The legaUeffect is that the supreme Canada Is unable lo say that tho" Boarrt.of Commerce, of Canada has not all the Jiirisdlcllon Which tho par- liament of Canada conveyed ,to the board; Th6 hoard Is unable to say whether an appeal .-wtlh be taken to tbo privy by the federal government or the Interests concern- tdr So far as the hoard concerned it will.nol assert an appeal "As to tho board's Intentions, It will proceed to carry on precisely as by tho legislation comroitted to it for ad ministration, It Is declared "lo carry on, -.The board has nothing further to The two questions referred lo arc: (IX ftTiether the Board of Com mcrco has power lo limit the protil which can be lakon on a specific com mticHty in a.specified lown; and, (5) Whether- Iho board has power to .file its Order in Ihu superior court of, the province affected and utilize the machinery: of. lhat cputt for tho en forcement oC tbe. order.' L Asked today If Iho Board of Com RAILWAY COMMISSION SAY WHEAT SOLD AT BUSHEL fho poa- board CALOARY, JtiniS 1.- slbillty'that tti t will alithorlzc aholher inc. In tho price bf wheat in Canada 't shortly IS being dls'citsseil ijcai- Tuo Aluorlnn learns' wheat lo a ncj per bd aul ood. .ard fni. ,el, OTTxiWA, .lune hoard of rn......, mlisioners will Irave for tlic west (o hold sittings. already nnnonnucd on .lime t'.. Although. It is no; officially announced, U la likely that Assistant Chief Commissioner Mcl-cati and 'Com- missioners Unlherford oud Goo'dovo will bo Iho members lo go CHANGE AT ESCUIMA V10TOIUA, M. C., Juno l niander Ji, K. Homo, formcrlj inander of (ho cruiser Ilainbovt C'apl. W. H03C, has been aupcrinlcndcnt of the ?jrd to replace Capt. mcrco would proceed i profit-restrictlns! order on tho ,relal clothiers of OlUiwa, Commissioner O'Connor-said that no docldon hat fb'eeii reached. He pointed out, how jjVtLL IN that no.dpcl.lon oeen sreacnnu. Jie vuiunu uui, power vested in board .under Sccllon'17 of. Ihe who la rciirisg yn -ij V Juno tbo J.ip annse flslicrmpii 'are gaining such a. old mi tbe salmon fishing in- lusti> in Br'tith Columbn, .i.Vilnte. man has. little ILe slatc: nient "made by Peck, V. .0 tho parliamentary, on pensions and re establishment, today, hero were licenses' as against 117 native-born Canadians. The iJapsrieSe "juggled." for placing on tho free llet smh ir j Helps TS the Implomeits of produc Ion j needed for- the .development ol natural resources. I ydu In'favor of free trade In interjected H. II. Stevens, of Vancouver. i Britain'c Policy Better I "1 will say this." Mr. Crerar' re- plied; "lhat the fiscal policy obtaining in Great Britain would he a better one' _ for policy we have in'-pperatton- here. Criticizes Crerar "Donald Sulhei-land. of Soulh Oxford, who followed.'had'some strong criti clam of.Mr; Cverar. He-'charged-tliat wliilc n iu'ember of IhEj governineiil, Mi Crerar was drawing .a salary from j "1C United Oraiii Growers. LlmiteuVot lo he as cntlill to Men as n minister in! his mdcn-nily j as a uieliibcr of psrliament corn bined, "Sir Sn he land claraled also_thal the directors }l thL Graii) put In i curlouB increasing Mr Prcrars sal from leu lo fifteen Ihousand i >car to go into effect when he drop id out ot the; government.' r Winked at Profiteering Subsequent debate continued later Joseph Archambaull, of Chambly-Verc- chores, claimed Ibal IhV: government hail n inked a profiteering In lhat relurned., men gone to: British Columbia lliau lh ................._______ Com blues and Vair Prices Act pcmitlecl I to reslraiu dealers from either selling nt fiii unrcasonablo profit or refusing lo sell nt what was cslabllshcd lo bo n profit. .This is Iho legal cffoclot Iho order LOXDON, June. of Ire and under the provisions of the new home rule" bill is condemned on com raercial. and. financial 'grounds in a.re port prepared by. a special commission appoiniirl by the Dublin Chamber o Commerce the homo rule measure, sajs'a Times' dispatch from Dublin.' Tho report, which .-will be subniltled the dispatch says, also denounced, the establishment ot a second judiciary and adversely criti- cises the scheme. Not for Revolution June Dr. H. A, clergyman "ot hear Belfasl, Ireland, address- ed n large meeting al Iho Windsor ilall hero last night. Ife said: In Ireland are .not out for revo- lution though we do net deny tho rigbt of icvolutlon (f circumstancca it Wo arc simply asking for iho same jmllco that, ha; and Ho disclaimed any fear of religious Intolerance In Ireland If the lirlllsh soldiers, ,'wcfa withdrawn froni tho Took Part of Estate June" m to Iho I-ord of Sligo to surrender part of his csUlo lo them for tillage iniJ grazing, tovruspcople Of forceil'lhe galas drove away Iho owner's cattle .and drove In llieir own cows.- Altogether tibmil 5S acres of la'nd were seized by Iho.iieo pie. tlie'ir naluralization-. papers back and forth and so overcame tlie law-whicli required naturalization before license could bo Issued. Col..Peck declared hail "ic. total number overseas from that'nrovince. Soldiers In-Civil Service 4. "William Koran, sccrclary of Iho civil service commission, said that ot civil' were re- turned men, but only 7.C09 were, perm- anent. .the iccommeudeil after tho armistice that 110 further appointmeuls he made, permanent un- til all Canada's soldiers were home, government did not accept the recommendation. There were many cases where olli cials- had been appointed at salaries not 'In conlormily wilh Ihe rcgula laHons'. The classification would not aCfectthe's'e'men's, salaries. The" settlement board and iiioome .ax departments -appointed employees .yitliout reference to' Ihc cornmisstcm During Ihc Victory Loan campaign Itio finance department had nlso nwle appointments without consulting the cbinmlssiou.. William Duff declared there wasjlilllo unemployment among rcluriicd men on Ihe iXllantie coast. There was room for tiie fiovor'nincnt to osslsl returned (ishermcn in buying tiieir gear. MILK OROfS IN PRINCE ALBERT AUdERT, Sask., June prices reduced here A quart from" 16 to 14 today, the rerfucUon jre'ater duo lo ahltndant grwing facllltlts. V jilting money lent to Greece anj Ru mania II Jiail helpeil its fnrenili Iho 41 Wellaiid'Vale Manufaclunng Company hud pailicipated in tno orders lo tho Th6. president ot Cbaplln, mem- extent "of the company was ber for Lincoln. ;Mr. Stanley conipa i> had participated to ihe amoupt of Mr. Slklo is mein- hcr for St. John. The Draiilfonl Roof- InC'Cntupany and Iho -Monarch .Mlllinc CDiniinny had secured orders. In thj former. W. K Cookshutt, M.P. for Brantforrt. waa interested; the presi- dent ot the latter was. F. H. Lalof. member for Haldimand.. Likewise, said I Mr Uchambault tbe Canada Pilul I Cnmimn} had pirticlpaled and ot this con pTij the minister of marlni. and fisheries was a vlce-prcsidont. Has Say at Last OTTAWA. June In speaking on the budget In the honso of commons' night 0 i C.ouhl said be waited years for a chance. lo talk on the Canadian, budget. Peo- ple had subscribed to the war. bnt' Ihe money, had been ;wusled: War bonds 'should not have .been auid lar free He Old not believe in Ihe dogitu of the minibter of the interior was not in touch with the people: Xeitlier was there any truth ;in charge thnr the Progress! ca isere (n with fie Libenh lo deceive Hie people "S r f.oulil v.ei I over the ai gamer t ot his Me.. Crc-rar, thai -.protection assislod copApanie: which had made hiiBe war profita lie- hind the protective tariff He d'wclt on the work'of the Can- adian reconstruction scheme whicli lio slid ins lo iiropagale ic conslructlon ami which led-to' the .1 Cnnaill'aii Council ot'Asricnllurd form- ing its plalfonn. H.J classed Hie for- -Canada ed to carry on Ihe work of reconslmc- lion. Wicn (he war broke cut -'thn implement manufacturers Imd auout seven tiillllon dollars in credit out slimllng in Germ in) burci> it iaking In flcrmaiiy'as a result I {air to nsk that Cinadiin of the political campaign .in that (loim- TWO KILLED IN AUTOMOBILE RACE HANKOHD, Calif., .lime M. -driving In the annual Jlem- orla! Day 15-mllft aiilomobile race at Ihe' fair grounds raco track, suffered injuries from which hn died; arit! Ills mochanlclan. C. W. was Instantly when their cur crash- ed Into a fence on Ihe first lap. Drake's body waa dragged fifty tcct and Ihen Impaled on.ii' tenco. .Tho laco try, according lo n dispatch from' Her- 1 in to tho TclCfraph liany. A meeting at Iho Oomocrallci puvly In nerliti Sunilay, ended In a serious it is staled. Commun- ists attacked N'aliouallsls ivltlt sticks, won bV Joe' lii li and fife setoriuV five'cars utaiteuY- glasses, and chaird, j the speakers' platforni. stormed meeting In JleckloilsbuftV Uupiify Clr.iof, Conservative, received ft brok- en arm and rib during. ii' fight, tho accrclary of iinotlicr "Conservative was bttrtly .teHten and was found; nucoii- scioua after 'the insellr.g hud adjourn- greal tensducss, Iho di'sptiU-h (icclr.res. given Hie B-ime privileges Hie Oef mans; co-operatlvo'marketing, was Ihc only way for fruit growers Ip.iriCSt- conlpetiiioii froni'tha aoiitli. What Causes .Bolshevism Alii cling to UolnliPvism Mr doi Irt .declared lhat "if'lhis dcriiiK o' Ihc people.is' not stdpppdt'jlf ihe working people ore lo be of )lacc< to HVe in while tnllfiomlre liim'iermen cicrmnd iho profeclion vt, Iho Cinadlan icoiiiO and at the samo time soli 10 forelijrivts clipper jhan lo Ihcir own hcople nnd fntojl ot that vlr'uaily rob Hie si ilo of a larfto Por lion o( iho (iiies they should pay 'foV tlioir lumber then Ibis gocvriment enough police -In (hdftda Id tho riots tlial will 6nrelvf6ltow Msi s-wicjif would (err jfte IdiS two ;