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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Ji DAILY WEDN'tiSDAY, JVXK 'A iuSC Yet There is Fear of Shortage, Huuie Hears' Opposition Ecauer Starts' Speech" on 'thej Budget. .OTTAWA, June R. Wilson. Sasfcatboiv asked in the house tals ?u any action in tie matter oJ supply >f -.newsprint. Sir Henry Draylon, minister of Onance, replied that a committee of publishers last October reached an sjrecment witii Ilia non-sprint manu- facturers under fehioli the mill agreed .to a contain price, not us a matter ot as ordinary bustaoss. The igreement proposed a fixed jtrico un- til- Iho'oiyT of June aud for a supply to the Canadian newspapers. Last Saturday the publishers' com- toitteo.reported that they wore unable for proper newsprint sup- plies and inftv there was danger that J7 Canadian publications would.have to; suspend publication, not because they were not -willing to pay the- price, but.because the paper was not avail, able- for. them. Telegrams had been sent out to trio different newsprint amhufictiirerfi and the matter would immiallng Mr. from Mr. (jrovau. Sir P.oberl '.said Members] must tlace their further queries on the order i It. A. IKdmonton) rose on: a yuestlou ot privilege to call iuteu- i lion to some criticism Vy opposition members ot bis absence'Iroui (lie house-' last Friday. "1 was away from the ciiy on busi- ness of the utmost JcVvorlauc? to my constituents and to the province ot ho said, a renurt which brought' much laughter from ihe op- posttiou benches. Kino Speaks on Budget Remarking that there was litilo left to bo said on this' particular Matter before the bouse, Hon. W. Marten- tie King, in opening, paid high tribute to the- minister of finance for the man- ner in which his budget tiad been, pre- pared and presented, and for the lion- SuVHeary Drayton eald the esty with which the financial coudi- be. takejj then} tomorrow mor- ning. Sir. Henry io be able to give a iaofe dcfiui'.o MiBncr later. X publtsbsrs-'pjat.thayjiUght reduce the slziv.of j ublications. Per Cent ___ tioa-, had" been made, but the whole ifteraoon if had tak- quantity to supply the S7 i in question amounted to! only two per cent ot the output ot Ca-j nadian mills. i lion, Rsdolpho Lemieux asked if the' king's printer was_to be promoted to tbe position of librarian and the latter official superannuated. A. 1J. Decellcs, the ofildal in ques- tion, had the respect or both French and Knglish lovers ot literature- and was still ia vlsorous health and able to carry on the work. Sir Robert Bordea said Mr. JJecelles had 3 very' creditable record aud served superannuation. Lie was 76 years of age. Jlon. W. S. Fleldtag asked it it was .Mr. Recedes1 aw request tnat'uVbad beon superannuated, to which" Sir Koberi replied: "It was -with" iiis In reply1 to '-'Is there any good groiiaj'.for -'ehper-. Indulge -your fancy when you choose Pcninans. If style, fabric and shade please; you the name Penmans is yottc certain assurance "of value, westing s .HOSIERY ALSO UNDERWE.1R AND SH'EATER COATS 171 THE ST'AND.ARD OF EXCELLENCE ONLY WfjIiETS MARKED "BAYER" ;ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at AH Y'itJiout -Vie "Bayer Tenthachc, heu'raatism. Xeuri- Joint and P.iin gc-ncrnllv. Tho namo "Bayer' identifies genuine As_ prescribed by physicians for over nine- teen years .and 'now-made in Canada. i' Always buy an iinbrplicn p of "Bayer Tablet.-, of Aspirin" which TTicrc ii emly one1 must say Aiplrtn 1J Iho trn'ls Mark (TCffiilcrM In Cacsrik) ol Mar.iraetBre nf Mor.o ai'ctlcacldfsler ci tfallcyl'cicld. WliUft H Is well ksiTrn Dial Aspirin inrani Jii-j-r: to Atilrt Ihc public agHiisl tbt of Companl will tra Blliopcd.wllli Ibslf sencral IrkCo irjark.'ttio "Uaycr Crcra." HEAR -Annie Scrople McPhcrson THIS WEEK at the Curling Rink (FOURTM AVE. S. AND 13TH STREET) Tuesday, 7.45 Road'' Chart Wednesday. 2.30 p.m.- Hie Holy Spirit." Wednesday, 7.45 p.m.- Growth of Peter." of "Life and Thursday, 7.45 Friday, 2.JO Healing." Fritlny, 7.45 From Earth to Heaven." (Illustrated Chart Saturday. 7.45 (Topics Subject to Change.) FATE OF CAMPS UNCERTAIN ST. B.. Juno am, not la position to aay definitely t'hpt the. summer. military camps are olt or Oeu. Sir Arthur Currlo this morulns in an interview. tion had been made clear. His was a heavier burden than that of any former minister c-f said Mrl King. "He hsi had to take nccoant. -besides or-Jin-jry probleius. of the extraonlinary expeu- (aiture arising out of the p.tid he is confronted In the people's tiiluds, LANDMAhk PRESERVED Tho Mulian tree, landmark of the olj Mutlan trail, tha nrst highway connecting Montana and Idaho with, tho coast, will ba preserveil to posteri- ty through the creation of a national monument area by tho President. On July 4, 1S61. Captain John Mallan. leader of-lbe party having in cbarg? the-survey and-construction of tbB Mulian trail from Walk to Vi. llenton, Mont, closed his work nt the connecting point of tho roads from tho and west, at thp head the 'fourth of july canyon, be- twcoa Idaho, uiid t'oeur not with the'urgency o( psiriotic eu-i" !aaho- he mariietl but the aftermath. He aMiuge while pine tree. has things they r v-'A't nUsli this have submitted ft poti-' tloa to take steps to protect it-, aud to action proposing that national utonu- ineut area be creeled, which hau been Journal. MRS. StrPPER DENOUNCES INDECENT; EVENING DRESS loaf is the mod- em ball dress may eosslsl ot a very short skirt and thers ia Work to bo dooo by tha This statement -was luade Mrs. Mary I Slipper, ol Ottawa, in so Ih? of the local VV.C.T.U. i tneiubcrship week. Tho Concrief Furtace.. Co. ot Ouelph, Intend to build a new modern factory In tho near futcre. KeepYourSkin-Pores Active and Healthy With Cuticura Soap CANADA'S BEST FLOUR MAKES BAKING DAY EASY AND ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION ONE BAG WILL CONVINCE YOU ASK FOR AN OGILVIE COOK BOOK HANDLED BY ALL GROCERS' sluco. that titne has been known jas tiki Mulian iroe.' Tuurlsts scekiEg r of tueir jauut along tlie! the forest ser- necessary her of govp-rameui'Vhjfli'h'ail "its on Friday 5tiy IS There was .oini'.pecullar .Mintiou. Itla cron-d'ed'house. The' reports of the was debatable wbptheir-th'o proiiosed j church work ot-iuo past year were really placed tlie liurden on given, the reprcsehiativcs from the those who were to bear it. coagregaticn to the brard were elect- c-J, and the proposed bltdgol for the coming year adopted. A good me of recitations, solos, and instru- mental pieces given. The reports showed ail 'increase in church mem- bership of'19.-dfirjog! tbe year. Th'e financial receipts: from all sources amounted congregu- lion ilarrisoii.-r Rev. Bosoimvorth Invited to Re- and -Dunham' a s'iepreE'nmativcs to the board for-jthe year, ttefrcsh1 mcuts iu.alrcndancq wero then served main at Increased Salary. (From Our Own CorrespotnlfRl) in the basement'.' The .financial, drive for. the local church Is; to on in the weelv amount ask- ed for is from Coal- Made nhd {4oO from Chin. Is divided into Tree nlaiil ins d1s'rie-ts sub-dis- 11 lree (net will be canvassed by two meu. lias been the order of the day of late. 1-Vank Kuapp's liousejnow stands in _ the ruidst of a splendid grove. A good and shrubs have heeu added' to VDC school grounds, and the parsonage grounds have been planted out. Jlr. X D. Shitnek is also plaiitinz trees ready to surround his new .resi- dence. Mr.-Johnson Is visiting in CoaMale with his daughter. Airs. 11. O. Harri- son. Rev. Chaa. Milchcll from U.-C.. is a week end visitor at tho 'Mitchell Xtiracries. lie is on fiis way to the [General Assembly o! tlte-prcsoyleriaa 'Churea in pttawu. An uufi .Ir Wil' }lls> arav -Ind in Iho mis up tuuate accident occurred to the Home coloiv ifortuui :COII Of Ine canvassers "are: C'caWale H. Mills and D. L. fnif. South Baldwin and -Mr. Donaldson.' East Cqaldale-VT.' B. Dunbain and L. K. Shruinm. North 0. Harrison and Ed. Johnson. West Suggitt and Weaver. Delaney and H. P. Ober. 'P.-Kenlper and .T. Gas- sidy. The'cburcb board to express its appreciation of ,110 support render- ed Iho churcli iu tho. paet and looks forward confidently" to tlie coming ilr V. lUon s arm was broken lit w-is j Ilev H unant- rnsliPd to Lethbndge for Medlctl invited b> to returti -as-paslbr' for, another year, with "aliry ot It la expected that tho conference will con- sent arrangement. The drinking question in Iho tention Why can't we have a doctor iri Coal- dale? Thompson BrosTof Elensliurg, Wash- ington, have bought A. U lirown's plate two Oh, yes, Coaldale ball team didn't on May 24, but there are many games yet before the cud of the Rea- son. It's a long road that has no turn- ing. village is; jjettlng seKous as the Irri- gation vater is the cis- terns-are empty. Three cars of. cinders are on the Mr.'GibbsJet's have those sido'walks. "DANDBRINE" Doubles Its Beauty. About 30 ot Coaldale youifg people spent last Monday at.the riveivwhera they had a most' picnic. They came back tired and bungVy. Ilev. H. Bosoniworth leaves 011' "Mon- day for the Methodist Conference iu frJiuonton. .Mrs. Hosomworth and Miss Thora Johnson will follow about Wed-J esilay. i Hev. rred Foratcr from Iximond was I Stops Hair Coming Out; au overaighl visitor at trie paraonagu on Thursday, as be was driven back on bis tracks by a terrific sandstorm. norn to Mr. r.nd Mrs. It. Hitlbur- ton of-the''Van Home Colony, a son. All arc glad to bear thnt Mrs. Capt. Orr is able to be out on the.farm now, and is very mucli improved in health. 3lrs. J. Davidson goes to Edmonton on Monday as delegate to the Grand Chapter of the Eastem Star. Livingstone and family arrived last week to join Mr. Livingstone at their'- new home at the old Norton place. The Misses Cray from Powell, Wyo- ming, joined their parents berc last week. Who saiil (ennls? Trio Pathfinder class is boosting for it and, as usual, they'll get II. Eddta I'cdcnc.n wrote on his music Mam in Lclhbricige last Friday. Here's hoping ho had every success. lly the way, Coaldiilc.Ms' interested in Walker Dunham ami extetiila cpngratulations.. -The aunual meeting of the Coablalo and district United Churcli was heir! A bottle of "MONTSERRAT'Lime Fruit Juice contains a delightful succession of wholesome, refreshing summer beverages. i-. Whether you prefer a plain limeade or some of the more elaborate "MONTSERRAt" lends its frttitj- fragrance, Its snappy delicifjusness, to each and every drink. Lime Fruit is one of the few fruit juices that satisfying. Ladies find it a welcome change lemonade. And it.il particularly suited for the children because it is simply the pure juice ol ripe, Indian'limesHiht finest m JITl keeps' iridefmilely is always ready to costs' Tesi than Keep .'of "MONT- SERRAT'ialwaysmlhehouse, .and use' tfiis popular fruit juice (or making your summer drinks. Sold Everywhere: M keeps (he liver active stimach sweet and the system National Chemical Co. o! Canada, Limited A few cents ijtiyo. "Danderlnc." After" an .application of "Danderine" you can not find ii fallen hair or any dundnitA; bosidesVcvery hair snows now lite, vigor, brightness, more col- or and' A POLICY IN THE nd Hail Ins. Go, bither on your buildings or-on your crop, protects you against all'loss and gives you security that is worth many limes its cost, even though you should be so fort- unate never to have a loss. Tiace your application with local agent in your town or with us, .Sulla 5, Oliver lllork, or ivrlto us, nox 896, I...... PHONES 455 641 The Farmers Fire Hail Ins, Co. A. N, KESSLER, DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE TTTrri ii i inn r n LETHBRIDGE JUNE 2, 1920 5.0.0 p.m. Trip. 740 p.m. GiviiBanquet. His Worship, Mayor W. D. L. Hardie, G. R. MarnocK, Esq., President of the Board of Trade, and others. i.30p.m.- Leave for Calgary. Tomorrow, Wednesday, June 7, Letkbridge Will Welcome! Delegates from Great Britain, the United States 'and Eastern Who Have Come to A.ttfcd the 1920 Industrial Congress This Is Ih'o second been lield mufer the r.t iplccs of the Alberta Jndusl-- of'li rial cd In the group of energetic sane devclopdenl of th visitors a comprehensive Men of the roboiirces of the iiroriiico. They artilrcsscd by authorities on vnrlmis subjects relating to incln-. lrir.1 (Itvelopnicnl. in Ibis country and they' will be wbat Is being clone In scuta! research work .it Iho University of Among other Ihlncn they -will bs Informed nlxml: vum uiing.i BI1UMEN (TAB SANDS) .COPPER BU LDINQ NE .GYPSUM CLAY ilRON CtfAL MINERAL SPRINGS NATURAL GAS NICKLE PETROLEUM PHOSPHATE POTASH SALT ZINC TALC a Industrial Development Association 400 LOUOHEED BUILDING, CAIGARY ;