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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE rJBTHBniOGE DAILY WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2. !9U WEIDONE REUEF OTTAWA. June case which t tic Board of Commerce referred to! the Supreme Court of Canada for rul- ing sought to apply the powers osten- sibly derived from the Combines anil yair Trices Act to a particular com- modity in a speciued community. The power of the board to investigate al-; leged combines and prioe-ftjiug ar-1 rassernents is specific in the act and has never really been called In ques- tion. recent reference tcstel only the power of tho board to partlctilar'jc and to regulate profit-taking in limit- ed area, instead of through an order j which affected the rhole Dominion. I 'The argument preceding the ruMugi >fA3 lengthy.. Cormueiiclag Iu two -days -were spent by counsel for tha attorney-general ot Canaia oa he- half of the board and counsel for llrj Canadian Manufacturers' AasocUtion and 'several similar inetltutioue. as well as for of Af- berta. In" the matter of provincial rights. At the end argument, it was.decided that the argument had been too general and tbe'reterence in JOHN S. MiKINNON April ot'the particular order to was made to permit Ihc supreme] Firsl Vice-President, Canadian Mahu- conrt: to'judgs of the "propriety of! facUytrs1 Association the eiercise. by tho Board-ol Tom-i Acttcdlnt; to long-eslab'rislied pre- merce power as iirodt-niing in parti- iir. McKlanca vill sncccal lo tnlar instances. pre-j the preddc-acv of the Association at icuted in" both'cases by VT.'F. O'Cuu-j ysiur's anaunl nuetinR. He is Uje nor, the attorney-suneral of of S. P. McKInnon Co.. Canada, and. W. .X. Tllley.. K.C.. and i manaf-jctnreir, of cloaks, Eugene Laflcur, K.C.. for the oppos j and sK-rls, Toronto, and has long Ing interests. played a leading part-In Association Jlanv phases of the activi-i affairs. A native of Huron 'County, ties have remaiued undeveloped dur-i Ontario, he served his business ap- ing the.past few months pending tho ruling ol "the supreme court. The ap- pointment of a permanent, chief com- rulfsioncr. following the resrgcation of Judge H. A. Kobson from that post Complete TreatmsntTlial Blues Gratifying Results WASISG, O.vr. "I had an attack of Ec.ciKa so bad that my clothes would, be wet throuph A{ times. Forfourrnanlhs- IsnfTereJ terribly. I could get 110 relief until I tried "Frail-s-tivef and Altogether, I used hoies of aod two of and am entirely Ttell." .G. W. HALL. ]Joth these favorite fold by dealers at Wo. a box, 6 for or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tiTes Limited, Ottawa. "Fnm-a-tiTes" is also put uo la trial siw which, sellj for 2oc. FIRST INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS SESSION IN CALGARY THURSDAY MEDICINE HAT JUNE 2 -No session of tho Canadian In- duslrlal Congress will be he'd uutil Thursday, ,-vvheu tho first meeting Ynllbe held at Cal- Fisheries Convention winner. Capt. IxMer's bay coll, Spicm Hop. by Spearmint, out'ot Ham- mer. Hop, had a disappointing-caretT as: a two-year-old, uever winning race last season; and though lio finish- ed second. In five and third lu ona ol bis sis racfe, he was running Hi verj moderate fields and never met tbe C- f, Jin the. discussions. The .question '.'f international fish, treaties or agrev- Thlli'S..-VaricOUVer and tho advisability- of cslBli- 'I llshlug a fisheries college VANCOUVER June nuru- three-day arriving in tho city. Men 'prominent nn in Ihe fishing industry iu Canada and the United States will be' prestnt to address the delegates and take part The important question the creation ot an intaruationel coun- j i i creauon 01 an international coun- ters of delegates to tha international cU Ior fi5hory research In North fisheries convention which begins a America will be brought up. by Dr. three-day session hero toioorcow are Huntsman of the biological board ot Canada. A calf born on a' Massachusetts baa two bodies, and seven legs. Japan and Bolsheviki i Break Off Negotiations to Form Buffer State last "March, also has been postponed prenticeship in his father's dry goods establishment in lie village of'Blythp. He eaiue to Toronto in 1SOS to enter the 6frvlctf of the S. F. McKinnon of wliii'h liis uncle, the late S.T. Me -was the head. Rising through HONOLULU. June As- sociated has brok- en off negotiations with the Rus- sian BoUhevikl for the formation of a buffer" state In Siberia, ac- cording to a Tokio cable to the Nippu Jijl, a Japanese language newspaper here. The branch in negotiations came about at a result of Japan's discovery of a plot to undermine Semlnoff, commander of the all-Russian forces in Siberia, and bring the Baikal region under the Bolshevlkl, the cable stated. his Derby chances. His first victory was at Kcrupton Park in the I'iato on last May many good! judges by tho style in which ho settled his field Iu c few strides. race' was a mile and a half and 1'olumetts. who was second, with a good winning record, could make- no impression on the winner. Splon Hop's Derby immediately shortened to too tn S and perhaps tho secret of his secret is that he is a. raro stayer and was able to wosr down his field. That kind cornea lato to hand. The defeat ot fetratcma was a sad blow for the great crowd assembled on Knsorh downs who" had made the h.-illiant gray coll a popular idol Neither he nor the wel-backeil Allfvnby j were In the inoney Lord Derby's Archaic, oy Polumetis- Keystone 11., on whom a great run had been made the last few days, was and -L. Neumann's Orpheus, by Orba-ElE.ctri, third. Thp winner -was trained by Gllpin. by the government for the same rea-i vinous positions he atlalnod the pres- ton. Tbe boarS has been carrying on j idancy in 1316. under the direction of K. O'Con.i SlcKinnon Is, a mwi c< nor, with James Murdoek, labor's r.-. r-entaality. popular vnth his bnslne.'aK. prcsentative on tho beard, us assist-; and eajOTinff the estcarn tint commissioner. i In Japan a married woman must ob- tain the permission of her husband In order to receive or invest capital. FOR PROFITEERING CHINESE CONTROL "SOO A'strong combine of Chinese firms i In Hongkong, headed by Yuel Loongj Chan controls .the Jniportation; o( "iSoo Mbok" "vrood from tbe Philip-! pines; and maSes the red ink or paste' nnd down the Chinese Repub- lic-is used for inting the "chops" orj eeils, that the Chinese employ in af-j fixing "their to documents' of a formal nature. In liloilo and other, parts of the Philippines the tree is called the and It bas" its in- terest for Americans tn that it pro- Tides also the dye which stains red the paper that tha Chinese use to "make the firccracfcers that the Ameri- can small boy has long been familiar with on the Fourth of July. Thus the tree which is so little known to tho world at large gets rather amazingly distributed in.the form of a dye, inking "chops" for China and coloring 'to the fore in all patriotic uiuler- and has devoted epeciul at-! i tent'-on to tac subject of technical! education, on -which he is an authority. He is speaker'with a good j of Hie Important business; questions of the day. MARTIAL LAW IN GREECE SYRACUSE, M.V., June The John A. Roberts Corpora- tion of Utlca, dealers in wear- ing apparel, was today fined v J55.000 by Federal Judge H. D, Howe, following its conviction