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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta nic.irr LKTiuminai-: DAILY 6. 1919 NlnHESFIZMOF I rrcsliicm hid in Ihe I snJ cscarwl. it Is iljolawil. Gtrmins Prolul DERM-V. Jane lAsJOciltcd, I ncrmin peirt delegation j enlcreJ a formal protest agaiuM WleSi-J French mai-liicatiorij iu ihe nhmelina. roinlinj: out lh.'.l iho darijer of diiturMrce o! Iho pt.ice negotiations sli-fc Germany will unable 10 meet lie.- obligaiions i( Ibe KhiceUnd district is los1.. Hence II was tbc situation I musi be claaied ui> before signing or lha reace terms could be coniomplal- Dr. Dorten and Associates Beaten and Chased Uy .Angry Mob .INYJunB Dtn-ttn. itlo. on Juuo 1. was earned a! president of tha Rhenish republic. Installed nlmself End bis new cabinet in office at Wies- baden yesterday. Reports reaching (his city state thai, tsfcin; advac'.age of the half holiday fo? government em-1 plrjyees, he entered tie. government I building, which bad been proclaime-il i as tie seat of the new res'Uie. und toot office. He Vben ordered a while And green flag, the colors of the new republic. hoisted from the''roof. This was impossible because '.he men som to holsi the flag could not gel into the Barrel ol the building. The efforts i ,made to unfurl the Rhenish republic] colors attracted, a huge crowd, which. according to reports, surged into Ihe bnlldln; and severely beat Dr. Kcier- rsann, minisier of justice and Dr. Klingenscbmidt, minister of education.' Tbe lauer was ?o seriously injured v lhat he had lo be taken lo a hoipisal. n Jolut convention with Ubertils lo select r. Fsllslactory Vulon will fca'affcd (IT. A com- mlltce. was appointed to meet the farmers, rutot Iu cunwntlon tc-ro shortly. The delegates elected f-r were J. J. Gaetz. Kcil A. He- Ktnile, 1'cuhold. imd Bertram, of Stelller. Tha convention was largo cue. In Calgary and Red A. 11. Clarke, as IT. K. A. Conventions CALGAHY, June 6.-Major Robert Ull iHTHI A OU Ofi B. M.UA. for llandhllls, a IUUI UUlflVH M.l sujuoner ol the 1'niou government L li nUI li 0 U until Ihe Germans were bealea. ami 1 New Zealand to Help Hy Selling Al a Fixed Price No ether remedy win so surety ud tprickiy correct mbneots, regulate the fiver and improve the general health as a dose of LONDON, June Sew Zeifand government has received advices from London tnat Great Britain will ask New Zealand to he- fight the American pack- ers, says a dispatch to Daily Mall from ChrTstcriurch- The suBgestlon Is that an agree- rKenl bo made ,to sell New Zea- land meat products in London at a certain price. Then, adds the dispatch, .if the trust reduces prices- Great Britain and New Zealand must meet It on Its own ground. A conference of New Zealand producers, It" II added, has been convened lo discuss subject. father or tlie bonus stheme. was by acclamallon adopted fjberal candidate for East falsary at the dis- trict convention held tn Columbus hall I last eveainE. Major Eaton brloH.r I outlined his views on the present day i Issues: (JeclareJ himself iu favor of immediate radical redncliou ol the isrill. denounced the government tor liieb-bauned action In the matter of i ihe postal forters, and majo j a. very strons appeal to the soldiers' bonus" scheme, which the convtntlotl I unanimously Indorsed. At the close o! Ilis contention he received an o-vii- lion. Dr. T. Costello, whose name was also brought before the convention. withdrew at once, payins a trlbulo Gem of iTte Irrigation Belt Has Good Team nnd Fans Rejoice Coaldale initialed their new ball grounds yesterday afternoon by taking the Taber ball lossers into camp by the score ot 9 to 0. ihe regular line-up all on Iho grounds for the first lima this season tbe Cosldalo Icaru gave some Indication of the quality of ball that may bo sijicrtci Jbera ttls season. Xoble on Ihe mound for the locali pilcTied a comfortable game, bolding the visitors tlsht ln praergcn- rin' and allowinE hut sir scattered AMUSEMENT KING DEAD NEW" YORK, June Thomp son. theatrical manager and. famed throughout the coutary as tile creator of Luua Part. Coney Island, and Toy I-and at -tbe San Francisco Exposi- tion, died eirly Mr. Thomp- son accumulated a fortune in various amusement ventures, including the city. An Ohio resident left his tuct to a spiritualist who had. given him sdvlce. INCOME TAX! 1 i A BEPRESENTATIVE FROM THE OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR OF TAXATION WILL BE AT THE POST OFFICE BUILDING LETHBR1DGE On MONDAY WEDNESDAY June 9th, lOth, llth TO-MEET THE PUBLIC IN CONNECTION WITH INCOME TAX, AND TO GIVE ANY ADVICE-THAT MAY. BE REQUIRED. Named In West Calgary The liberals in West Calgary In] coQvenliou assembled last nlchl de-; elded to postpone the nomination of a candidate for the rldlnj for the approaching election, passed certain resolutions of some considerable Im- portance, elected officers and chosa delegates for the big Dominion Liberal convention. There was a fair attend- ance al the meeting, which was held In the Central school. Clarke as Leader "Liberals in western Canada ere dis- cussing A. H. Clarte. of Calgary, as leader of Ihe Liberal party, and 1 bave no donbt he will have a strong fol- lowing if he desires such en honor la He said Hon. Marshall, Minister of agriculture. wbo hcs Just returned from eastern Can- ada. "Mr. Clarke Is Tfell and favor- ably krioivn throughout eastern Can- ada, and is regErded as the most like- j- man to unlto the east and the wesL" U.F.A- Convention! Members of the U.F.A. ot the fed eral ridings o! East and fi'est Cal gary, in coavenlloa iu tbe Sandstone ariLl eitcyt iyi bc'es were filled ho ivas not obliged to eitend himself. He allowed only ne ivalU and tent two men to flrst dead balls', whito tattcra whlC- Leivls tor Taber deierved botler re- ults than he received. In the srr onlnga before ho was relieved uftland, ho pefmltied but two hits, alted none and hit two. Hi' infield ent up in the air Id the filth, allow- g Brer unuera to cross lha plale by Tild throws besides one runner who arned his way In. Escept for this ilal Inning the of tall by botn earns looked good to tbe crowd, nl- tiough Coaldale aistlnclly had tio dgo on their opponents. Stone's work behind the bat for oaldnle contributed lergcly lo the howing of Ills team. In lie face of a eavy wind he pegged lo second with- radically'perfect throws and with icteon at short lakicK his pega in is league style ih'e visitors were able nly once out ot aU attempts, lo steal econil. 01 llio three hits credited (o Coaldals JlcCann garherca two End ne other ivas picked by Xobla who jail Vesterday. by unanimous vote dc clareM themselves in favor of taklDff independent, political actloc, .and re commended that similar action be taken parts o! provincia constituencies which lie within Ui federal bonndnrlcs. -lh tarmers will follow an exclusive po Icy, or seek alliance with nrbin labo In aa organization reprcsenialive o the democrats of the country and th riot determined. A resolu lion was referred to a commllle calling tor the separation of urba from rural Calgary constituencies. I Puffer in Red beer RED DEER, Juno P. Patter, former 5I-P.K for and d Xobls Ifealed federal candidate, was yeste day nominated as'federal Liberal ca rlidate for tlie Red Deer riding by Ramsey the convention which met here to I rja5s select delegates for OUawa. lllcCanc Support of tho U.F.A. ol this riding I will bo asked for Jlr. Puffer, but if this candidate Is not agreeable lo oped around to third before hesital The Coaldale fats have been ,a rifle dubious as Desalt of the first two games both of wliicli Coaldale lost, but confidence is running high now and with Xoble ia the, hpx and Stone on toe receding end. the team Is eiliibit- ing the proper ginger and assurance and local cnthnsia.sts are anticipating somo' higb clais bell -from their diam- ond artists remainder of Lhe fcasou. A third game will.be playad a week from Saturday Una lip Stone" Lewis Tnfllanrl D. Plerson L. Cook W- Cook Fowler B.'Vierson Harris r Catcher First Second ThiriJ Left FleM Cenlpr Field nig'aU Field OS Dead balls, 2; Dases on sLMho outs, 3; hits 6. Off Lewis: Dead balla, 2; bases on halls, 0; strike outs, 6; hits, 2, Off Tuftland: Dead halls, basss on balls, 0; strike outs. 1; hits J. Knapf) POOR POLICY For a business is con'ducley on a questionable but it is -also one-of the vefy best mediums of promoting business if the adi tontain nothing but facts and ibe Advertiser backs up each and statement that he makes, Once a week we shall have something.to say to you in this space. We want to get acquainted with you, and we want you to get ac- {quainled with us and our methods. We belieVe you will approve of our way of selling building material. week we shall.have something lo say about prices of Lumber. COMMUNITY LUMBER CO. OVER-AQfiDITY of the itomach Viai man? night'sTeiL II youi ilomnchii acid- ditturbed, diuolvo two or ihree '.KMioiDS on tongue before relirins "nd t Tht purity goodneii ol Ki-moiiU juninteld by SCOTT 4 BCWNE HARMS OF 5COTTS EMULSIjW LIMITED (poaldale Cardston Barons Granum Do You Read any of these Magazines mdsqr fable teSalt Cabbage Plants SPECIAL TODAY AND SATURDAY Now-is tho time to Get your piaaU. carl? nnd latei SO SOc 1000 Plantl 58.50 BING WO 320 13lh STREET 1872. Be Fitted-Be Fit lake, yur Plata nmouj the proeperoni ot tbe com- munity. Appearances so a lone way and ti. tallorel nun can ahvnys be dlsLluguishetl. No two men are buUt Vertect SJ's are Tiot thoy'M throush perfect fit In Iho hands ot potent' tailor. Then, too, I> tho nSvantasa ol fabrics and patterns, ehnpe-jierroanent tallorlne and correct, up-to-lhe-mfnuto accurate, not guess of sli monthi or more In advano of the when clolhlnr manufac- turer must design hlj garmenti.- Tatlor-made clothes cost no more, ta fact .tlay toil IMS considering the citra wear and extra idTanUlci you let of them, FRED f HAELL THE 'accumulated maim Tact mine ezperieneft of oyer'r thiee-quai-iera of.a and ihe judgnienl of owners bact of lhc_ new, small 22x36 Ideal Thresher. i You know the iccordand repulilion of the larger siiet of iho Ideal no farming ihoi hasn't iu oulfiis wiih jheir satisfied cuslomeis. Wlicn we weta called upon to build a smaller sko didn't jusl "lurn one built along Iho same lines as Idsal, daterm.ncil lhi.1 our small ihresheW leaders Jn their class jasl as eta the larger.. >v So in the smill HE well as ihe larger IdeaJs yotTwill' find ihose lealuies that itiean difference'balween a "syre'1 and a job.. Heal thresher ownera will tell yoa that. Bunching, or cylinder winding is unknown.in ihe' the Ideal 13 designed on the principle of A steady, even flow of straw through lha mffhine from tho time it enlsTS the cylinder unlil, from glain, it leaves thiough lha stacker, FlrGt of a.l, we placed the Ideil grates exactly right in relation lo the cylinder. Then dtilgned ihe Ideal ITBV- elling slalted reVe to taVe He straw from cylinder and cany il lo the straw rack, grate anrfice and a steady even flow of strair, making chciting fehalting guaranlee of complelc >cpaia- 'lion, so wo pul BCI9 cF lifting fingeia on the rack, thai itar tlraw rake it ftom bDneitb. separailon and no waeie. Then, 10 lake cara of ihe Increaaed cipicily due to ihcsa inventions and to make, ihe Ideal do a perfect Job ofclran- Ing, we pul in extra-shafTeraria. chaffer in the clean- Ing shot, wiih the.adjuiUble sieve and oui of wlrid conlrol.'iguarantee perfect Job of cleaning ttiili- onl waste. land of cleaning that cets "no docVage" at _-- conalntorion'ahowi.why tho imall 22 x 36 will handle up lo 900 bucheli in a day's ithe 28 44 up to bUBhels, The.Ideal is both In four tiiM-52 x 38, 28 44, 32 x 52 and 35 x In design and'conltruciion, auJ meeting all mods, from the man [own power And wanu lo do hia own to ihe custom thresher.' Wrile for Ideal catalog. special ADVANCE-RUMELY THRESHER CO., Altt, 'ortt, fliticiloon.Buli. Till lU.tmrrmt, OtlPftt Tntler If, Intitule HI fttry Utol' I A Ytar Ladle.1 Home ....52.00 Silurclaj- Evening Post... 2.50 Country Gentleman Plctoriil Review Maclean'! ................2-OtT Thex ire rearllnir (or-any home. H yort.care lo havo Iliom or M your sutacrlptfon Ij cxplr lop your renMral will hfl f fully looked urtcr tr Mrs. J. B Wllkls, lala or LSthbrldjC, wli li repreienllnB all of (tie above i J. H. LAW, SALESP4AN, RES., p, Slh Stn EETHBRIDGE, Phone: 1777 List ot Rumely Dealers in Lethbridge and District: SOUTH AND EAST: Allen Jack, Cily. T. Wridc, Raymond. C, A. Ferguson, Cardslon Geo. W. Morton, Warner W.J.Quinn, Milk River Burdctt Mercantile Burclett. L C. Burnap, Barons A, Mclnlyre, Carmangay Dan Ulricli, Champion Hardy, Pick White, Orion Burr and Underdahl, Manyberries A. Swennumson.-Bow Island NORTH AND WEST Mclnfyre Co., Vulcan Alex, McDio'iiald, Macleod Alex .Anderson, Granum James Begum, Foremost J. J. Billingrnier, Taber P. C. Buchring, Winni- fred Norrie and hawcetl, Medicine Hat Carl Benny, Irvine Wm. Foote, Pincher.. Creek C. Morrison, Cowley H. Ulricli, Travers ;