Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TEN .TIIR r.CTHBMDni--. DAILY UKHAI.D FRIDAY, JUNK 4; her oi Hie re.'ideaces in town :iro be- ing brifchu-neu up e.vitriLitlly. K. l.uiuent the at work i-reclitiK liiai ivtamoilis'us one-storey real uitito the nvxt iliv PROTECTION MUST BE I GIVEN HALIBUT AND SALMON; SAVE DISASTEK: AI Creston District Crop Doing} Money To Be Spent for Road Work (Froia Our Own Correspondent) CRE3TOX. DC, June will be spent in ro.iii bridge construction iu erosion Valloy j this season, according to Hon. Keen. M.P.P.. (or the constituency. rem YAXCOrVKK, It. CVj Juue ;iy3 and uieaus must be devised to r t'rotivi suliroa and haiibiu fisheries j 'of ttrilish (Y'umbia or there will iioihiup UM'I lo prok'Ct. said HOIK Sloau. of fisheries furl' HrJtish I'kilumblJ. (he con-j lite Cuniiduu Fisheries Fouiaiit'ii v-'tik'i luis broisgfct iuio tors- j rertutr uioiv than' !CfO from J various pans cf xtud the fail-: t-d wild f proper reguliitrcu prove j to the iHliiug lutiuslry HH- whr> was hero ever the week-end in-j vcstigatitts eoudltious generally as lo' needed public Of this amount is for the now l.'j.? river. will be spent ucw roails at Llsterl "jouu andVoiform regulations la re- and ia layiiig two or three miles ot to rJvtT ___-Dominion should step iu and roguli'-io in tbel interest of the peopU1; iliat. it! should'turn them over lu Ibi' pro-! permanent roadway betweeu C'restou and that poitic starting from etui. Another !s for ibc- new road from Sirdar to whidi give an outlet to auloipts wishing EU load C2T5 on the C.P.R. steamers at the laUcr point for transport to Nel- son. J4.0QG will be spent' on re- tries in Slates and Can- ada are necessary, he .Mayor Galo and K. chair- man of tho Vancouver branch of tbe association, delivered addresses of i The remainder of the forenoon ses-j sion was devoted to reports of various; commitlees. I COMMERCIAL COMMITTEE ISiSUGGESTEU FOR i DOMINION OK CANADA commons. Inlerrlcwed Sir Robert Hor-i den this morning in regard to the crc-a- of a commercial committee of tin- Dominion parliament. Sir John is on I his ivuy back to aiier an ex-! tended tour nt tli? far Easl. lie isj- chairmun of the conimercial commit-1. Iiairs and about Si.oOO on repairs to bridges. Tliis amount is ttie largest ever appropriated for work of this Bort In the district and is bin aiidibcr bit of evidence that the, imponamu1 ci this centre Is iiow firmly esiablisli- cd the nrovincial powers. Further proof of this fact is! also to bo fbflud in the fan that} OTTAWA. June Joun nan- on Monday every detail com- doljih. tnemlicr of the British house of lileted in connection with the Krick- sou. Water Users Community, an irri- gation project in which the sovern- inent has Interested itself to tbc ci-j tent of Its full quota of -fi- nancial assistance, as provided by the Irrigation Act. Tiiis irrigation scheme will take care [c- the present ot 225 Mrea of which 160 are under full cul- in orchard, nnd the other 60 available for berries and such vege- tables as water will specially benefit. Tbo ditcli' will he otant'S.Ol'D feet in length and will bo laid at Irani J.OOO feet before the tirst developed runcli will -be reached. All told fifteen ranch owners arc interested and it is expected the undertaking will ccst possibly as high ns S12S an acre. Day labor will be utilized and if there is no shortage oC help tho water will, he available early next month. IVesidout' Constable and Secretary Hayes of. the .board of trade sot bacl; on Sunday frcm the. K-ast Kootenay boards of trade conference at Winder- mere the last two days of the week. An .associated boards of trade for Bast Kootenay was formed, consisting of Windermere, Cranbrook and 1'crnic. Whether Creston will join up or not will-be docided at the Creston noard meeting on-Tiicsday night. The ccst of living still continues to climb.- Bread has risen from eight Service and Great and perman- ent growth in institution b impos- sible except on the bisis of genuine ser- vice to the public. For 87 years we have aimed to a sound and com- prehensive service yet withal a friendly and sympa- thetic our customers. Our pre- sent strong position is a measure of our success but more largely a measure of our usefulness. Why llOi iti isj yvii too? KcttfveaciiVu- divided 1'reSls 1S.COMSO THE i Inicrnulionnl Trade Unions Take j Drastic Steps to Stop the AMSTERDAM. June Itetbton to 1 proclaim a general boycott on all com- inerco with Hungary was1 reached by .the leglslalivo committee of tho inter- national trades union anil tho general council of tho International Federalhm of Transport Workers here yesterday. This boycott will begin ou Juno 20. Communication by rail, sea. post, tele- and all- other lueaus between Hungary' the ontsida world will j be cut off. according to the resolutions p.itsed as a protest against "the perae- iciittou ot Hungarian workmen by tha i white- terror." ient to all ualous o! transport .wort ers and rallwaymen. PURITY QUALITY ECONOMY With the increased cost of labor and materials due to. war conditions, it is not reasonable to suppose that a really first class baking powder can be made arid sold at tfre old prices. Rather than sacrifice the quality of we found it necessary to make slight increases In price during the war period. Even though Magic1 Baking Powder may cost a few cents more than the ordlriary kinds it is still by far Technical Agriculturalists Hold Sessions in Ottawa OTTAWA, June Canadian Society of Technical tAsrlcultufssts opened n three days' organizing con- vention iu the Chateau Laurler ibis morning, under the chairmanship ot L. S. Klinck, presiilent ot the Volvo-re- j ity of British Colurel'la. SupportiuK i ihe chairman were H. Uarton, profes- isor ot animal husbandry, Macdonald College. Quebec; H. Newman, secre- j tary of the Canadian Seed Growers' Association, Ottawa; Fred 11. Grind- ley, acting secretary of tie organizing committee, and M. 11. Davis, chairman. About 100 dejegates and inenibers j ions iuto sister states. market to-day when purity, strength and leaven- ing qualities are taken into Made in Canada Contains No Alum DOMINIONS NOW SISTER STATES, SAYS SMUTS .LONDON, Juno (By- Canadian Daily Chronicle publishes 3 special Interview witb Gen. Smuts at Cape Town, in which he-reiterates that the war transformed the domln- tee of the parliament of the United commitlee, the special function of which is to develop trade between the allied powers. Similar :-ommittees are being Created by the parliaments ot the allies. Their aim is to secure, so as pORsiblo. itni. formity in laws niTccling commerce. Japan, .terortHng to Sir John, is now experiencing a financial crisis, result- ing from a fall in prices. Prior to thei war Ihe enemy practically controlled} the tiiade in tue Far Hast in cheaper] lines of gpods. However. Japan grad-j ually.seized trade. Ebc turned out i large Quantities of cheap gocxis o[ poor (inalily. N'oiv Importers of the Far] East arc turning to Great Britain tiTKl other European countries for better qualities, witb the result that Japan has had to make- heavy cuts to dis- pose of her surplus stock. in this city ;md fnoy also are after shorter hours and better working con- ditions than obtain at present. H their demands are not met -by Juue .13. they threaten trouble. from all provinces oi Canada attended. Only routine bucitues was trans- acted at this meeting. Among tue official delegates attend- ing the conference are D. Howes and A. Clarke. liritlsli .V'. Darss. P. A. Boring, It. M. Kind and G. G. Jloe. .J Harison and J. 'B. Keynolds. TORONTO WAITERS. MAY STRIKE TORONTO, June Eighteen dol- lars a we.ek and board-is demanded to seven Eggs-are now GO a .dozen, but.due goddi supply of (heJocaldairy article (hiry butter has tumbled frrtu SO to 75 cents. Tbe supply of this is excellent and no creamery butter is now being im- ported. From nil appearances it will be clergy-less Creston for another months. Methodist pastor Hamilton, was due back last Sunday lo'lafce permanent charge of liis work, will be detained under medical treatment at Hie toast until at least October. The Presbyterian pulpit is being supplied by a patient at the Balfour sanitarium who cornea down just for Sunday, while the -Angllcras have a service once every three weefcs by ihc-vfcar of Kokanee, resident at Queen's Bay. Town business and been moving the past week. w. K. Brown has sold her Eiore building until recently used aa a'' bouse, Victoria Ave. to Mrs. I Bruce, who will utilize it as a millin- ery' emporium. The drug store build-j ing on Wilscn Are., which Bealty- j Oatway, Ud., vacate lien week, has] been purchased by .Mawjon Bros., wboj will rearrnnge.the interior and utilize] it for a general store. Mrs. Ben .has sold her resilience on Victoriai Are., to Mr. Tungstcaii cf Alia., "who has muvud licre to reside, i Creslon -will this year Inaugurate' R citizens day celebration, which it] is hoped will liecomo a permanent fii-; lure. This was decided at a meeting: on Holiday night, and the date fixed; is Friday. June 2atli. Owing to berry picking being usually well tinder way on July lEt it was decided Domin- ion Day would not lie suitable. There will bo football and brisiilmll matches races for the adults ami children, In- dian sports ot all sorts as well as log chopping nnd sawing At nfgut there will be two dances ;md I wo shows at the moving picture thea- .Already lias been donated ot which ?io will be appropriated for a scries of school children's fpc-rts on King's birthday, these to follow an 'auto trip around the Valley, nbout fifty members of the auto club having donated their cars fcr tlie oulin Orer the entire week Ibu weatliur hau been cool and quito showery Suit the berry growers that straw- berries are coming ulong line- despite the seeming coolness. Some of ihe I Wynndcl eiqiect in be ping by Hie miifillo of ttie in'onlh. thougli the head ot the selling agency there docs not look for any oxniji'l' incntlcnlng until nt loasl tlie 2Sth of Juno.' Now ihe full moon lias .come and gone planting of tomatoes Is becoming quite general. Cupid and the grim reaper had an oif month of It In May. vital statistic; accounting for four births, with no Heaths or weddings. The now ari-ivnlx were all girls. For June there is ,in average prospect for the usual lot of weddings.