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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUKE It, 1920 DAILY HRHAI.n Declaration of Hon. N. W. Row- ell Made in Commons This Afternoon. (Cana- dian Ihc Idler car- riers go declared lion. N. W. president of the pm-y council, in the house this afternoon, "that will be (rented as their resignation. Tiii'h- places be SUctl and they will riol be reinstated." Dr. Slicard, ot Toronto South, raised the question by asking if the gorerti- raont liad been notified ol the threat- ened strike of'.lelter carriers In To- ronto and Mr. Rowell replied tliat, whilu tlic Bovernmtnt bad not received any di- rect communication from the letter comniunlcatlona had boon received from ;piibllo bodies ID To- ronto, In which {here was a complaint about the bill before parliament. Mr rtowcll commented that he could not undo'retand why such a complaint tliould be made. The bill was in the Interest of the 'postal employees, am If it carried, would saved some millions of money. Therej ivas also some .complaint about changes In the classification. The gorcrnmeni, Mr. nowell said, had not of its own. motion, made any changes in the classification of Ihe postal service. So far as any change had heen made, It was due Ib appeals received from postal employees hoard by a hoard on which they .wero repre- sented, and tlie government had, In every case, approved the decisions reached foy tie board. ..There was a third complaint in re- Bard to compensation of letter car- riers. The letter carriers seemed to think that were entitled to some better compensation than was provld cd in the till. "Having regard to the character of the Mr. Rovrell declared, "and tho conditions of employment, letter carriers are to be paid a higher rate of pay than is paid for a similar char- acter of work anywhere -telso in the south. If, in the face of tils fact, tho letter carriers go on strike, that will be treated as their resignation. Their will he filled and they will nol he George Foster said the French treaty respecting expires on June 19. as announced some lltoe ago- The French government denounced the some 1! months ago. but had been informed that the Canadian gov- ernment was ready and willing to ne- gotiate as soon as the time and cir- cumstances were opportune. Public Accounts for. Thi: ArnoUnt Brought Before Committee. I CITY AND DISTRICT Is Theatre SoW? In regard to the- statement that the tarfend Theatre has changed hands. Geo. Fleming has staged to the lerald that he nqt In a position to 4, a great clean-up night at the points! i2d asi a goodly msber WHEAT THIRTEEN INCHES HIGH NORTH OF BRANDON BRANDON, Man June The prospect for good crop In this district is the best in several years. In (he Brandon HUls dis- trict wheat sown about May 1, is now 13 inches high. Reports also show that, winter rye Is heading out with plants vigorous and thick. North ot here, there Is tome talk of hopper damage, although It la reported as being-Blight as yel. men ot tho 20th, 39th and Cist Dat-t ALBANIANS CONTROL .erles and the 113th Battalion to don :helr overalls and proceed to Hcnder- son Park at 7 o'clock on that evening and with rakes, spades, hoes and saws, when a great deal ot good work could be' done to make tbo points pleasant ALL THEIR COUNTRY WASHINGTON, June cable today reported that the province of Koritza in Southern Alban- ia, had "teen evacuated by the French troops and turned over to tho forces lor picnic parties. Mr. It. parks'o! the Albanian government. This is OTTAWA, Juno espenuilures opproilin atlng three hundred millions and ering rienis of public Interest, Inelu tor psy ot Canad an .officers csnio betcr ihe' public accounts committee loda> The commillee passed formal ino lions asking for tho production of doi umeuts and ihe attendance of' witne see. A. B. Copp and J. 11. Sinclair, wh have been prominent opposition crl ics of Ihe government eipcndituro Ihls session, with J. Archnrr.hault, the sponsora for most of tlie .motions sub- mitted today. The.noit aession will be held Wednesday when the auditor-gen- eral will he tho main witness exam- ined. This is the first silting of ihe public accounts committee this session, in fact nearly two cessions. Interest, however, was somewhat lacking, being a bare quorum present. It was decided to ask tho house'to reduce tho quorum number from 21 to 12. C. P. R. EARNINGS June Pacific railway earnings for the week ._______ ended June 7, 1920, are: In answer' to Hon. R. Sir Increase, BUTCHETER 405 Fifth Street South BETTER MEAT FOR LESS MONEY Fresh Killed Mutton Not froicn or New Zealand Mutton, we do not handle that cheap grade. are selling IbJs .cheaper.than the troztn. licet down in price, come and he convinced. Choice Roast Beef, per Ib. Round Steak, per Ib.....................35c Boiling Beef, per Ib......................16c Shoulder of Mutton, per Ib. 30c Legs and Loin Mutton, per Ib..............38c Pork and Beef Sausage, 2 Ibs. for 45c Fresh Ground'Mince, 2 Ibs. for 45c Creamery Butter, No. Ibs. for Cabbage Plants Good phjnts are necessary to produce zood cabbages. We tavo good plants, 15c for 1 Dozen for 100 BING WO 32a THIRTEENTH STREET N. LOOK- How's This For Shoe Bargains Men's Tan Chrome Bluchers. Men's Gunmetal Blucher, Hio- Regular o 4C Men's Black and Tan Grain Blucher. Regular J8.00. Men's Leather Work. Shoes. Price.......... 6.75 4.95 her heels, all sizes. Reg- O QC ular J1200. Price..... Stout Boots tor Youths. Sizes.11 to 13. Priced from Stout Boots for Boys. J Qp 2.95 to 3.95 Sizes Jl to 5. Price IT WILL PAY YOU TO SNAP THESE UP IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS, H. G. KILNER 4.JO THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE 317 Cheaper Lands in Broad Prairies Proving At- tractive (o U, S. A. Agricul- turists. Neb., Juna Canad- ian groat exodus of farm- ers out ot the trans-Missouri country Into Western Canada which was in full iwlng In 1014, and which was checked liy tho outbreak ot war. is again Ed- iting under way, according to a recent statement mado by W. V. Dennett, who ia in chargo of tho Canadian Gav- ornment Land Office here. Mr. Ben- nett assorts tbat tho cheapness of land offered In the Dominion is responsible for some of the best farmers and cit- izens 'of Nebraska: leaving the state, find since ihe beginning of the year they have ieen creasing tho intorna- boundary in a steady stream. In short, Western Canada has re-as- sumed pre-war attractiveness to fanners from the central western states. The Canadian governsienl'3 lanJ office has been functioning in Omatm under tlie management of Mr. Ben netl sinco 1856. In that year sixteen fanners with very apparent misgivings stirred out ot Missouri Valley, and liroccodcK to Western Canada provid nd with round trip tickets by Mr. Den- nelt. Incidentally the tickets not used. Since then tho stream ot farmers has poured continually out 'of tho Missouri Valley into Western Canada, until 1915, when tho war sounded a death' knell to emigration from the United States to the- Domin- ion. According to Sir. Bennett's recent statement, in tho first three months of 1320, almost as many settlers from flip Uans-MUsoiirl country have gone to Cnnada. as went In 1519. when 4SS cntigranls applied for certificates. The value ot the goods taken by tho con- tingent Inst year was Dur- ing Ihe first three months of this year SS3 netllcr applied for certifi- cates ul (.he Omaha office, and took with them to tho Dominion Big Increase, Mr. Hennttt has kept an accurate Recount of tho men nnd millions luovfr- mont through the Canadian land office. At least Efl per cent, more men and millions have gone from this ter- ritory In tho lasl twenty-four years than passed through tho Canadian land office, but no account IB taken of this movement. tn tho twcnlj'-lour years Ihc Omaha office -has hceu open settlers applied for certificates lo Cannda. The t valuo ot goods taken oul oMho United Stiles by this number amounted lo none ot these have come hack lo the United Slates yo far ns can be ascertained. The year 1JMB was the blj yeiSr ii emigration from tills distrlc.t to Ypc.sl orn Canada. When the started the txodus was al Its htghrsl, lint hoslil ilics checked II. In rniigrnn cates at the Omaha office, and their valuables amour.lfd lo ?5.1G5.4S5. The following year fewer applications woro it, but the iraoimt of money pos- sessed by them was larger. In that year tho number o! was 59, and their possessions worlh Then emigration ceased the ont- Tircnl'. of war. In H115 but 732 crossed border tiiroiis1) tho office, taking .with then was practically the last movement until 'the of last year. In ejplanaliM of Ihe revival ct imt- Bifitlon to Western Canada. Jfr. Bcun- ;vtt offered very brief s'llulinn. ''Farmers ihe fiald, "arri eelllug their lands at tremendous prices-and goms to Canada and buying Ir.nd just ns for one-third ot what they sell for. Tnat explains the 'whole thing." The Working Man's Store Garden Hose and Nozzles -Come early and secure values. McCiary's Refrigerators and F. A. ROGERS 546 13th St. Nortti Phone Blue Car Stops at the Door Avoid indigestion, Sour Acid Stomach, Heartburn.. Cas On Stomach, Etc. Indigestion and forms ot etomach trouble, say melHcal author- ities, aro due nine times out of ten to an oicess of hydrochloric acid in the 3tora.aeh. Chronic "Add stomach" is exceedingly dangerous and jintfcrerj should do either ono of two things. Either they can go on a limited and often disagreeable dlct> avoiding foods that disagree with irrllnto tho stomach and lead to excess acid lecretlon or they can cat as they please In reason and make It a practice to counteract the effect of lite harmful and prevent the formation of sourness or premature fermenta- tion by the use of a llttlo Bisiiratcd Magnesia at their meals. There is probably no better, safer or more reliable stomach anllacld than Disunited Magnesia It Is widely used for this purpose. It has no direct action on the stomach and is not a dlgcstent. But a tcnspoonful 'of the powder cr a conpio ol five grain tah- leis taken In a.little water with (he food will neutralize the excess acidity which may bo present and prevent Us further formation. Thjs removes tho whole cause of the trouble nnd the moal digests anil healthfully without need of pepsin ptlla or aril- tidal digeslcnls. Get a few ounces of Disunited Mac- ncsin from any reliable druggist. Ask for cither powder or lablcls. it never comes 6s a liquid, milk or citrate nnd in the hlsuratcil form Is not a lasn- tivc. Try this plnn flnrf eat wlmt you wanl. nt your next moal ami If numbering M63 willed for ttrllll. i this Isn't tlic hist ;idvlce yuu ever PALACE MAR SATURDAY SPECIALS CHOICE ROASTS. OF BEEF, per Ib. 20c, 22c, 25c PURE LARD, 3 !b. pail.. Pure Lard, 5 Ib. Compound Lard, 3 Ib. Compound Lard, 5 Ib. Very Choice Farmer's Dairy Butter, per Ib 55c Every pound guaranteed. Please order early as we nave only a limited amount for sale. Palace Meat Market 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 431 BUY A GOOD SUIT] If you are going to order a new one, don't be led into buying col- toti and shoddy goods. because jhe little extra you pay for our better woollens more than pays extra ser-' vice you get from your suit. Remember our clothes are made in Lethbridge and are proud of 'the work we are turning-out. You will be-too if you let us tailor your next suit. Our prices are_away below our competitors, and to make it more attractive for youto order your, suit now y We Will Pay the Luxury-Tax meaning a nice little saving tp. you, Order today. >If you are in a hurry we will make for you in 48 hours and guarantee you will be pleased too. COLONIAL TAILORS NEXT COLONIAL THEATRE PURE FOOD MARKETS WEEK-END SPECIALS PURE, LARD, 31b. pails PURE LARD, 51b. pails 1.85 COMPOUND LARD, 3 Ib.pails- l.OO COMPOUND LARD, 5 Ib. pails- 1.7O Unrendered Pure Leal LARD, Ib. .35 Shamrock Pork Sausage, Ib. .40 Bonniebrook Dairy BUTTER, 2 Ibs. 1.15 Choice Creamery BUTTER, per Ib. .65 Special shipment of NEW ZEALAND LAMB apd MUTTON received today. The quality K very choice and the price considerably down. Have you tried SHAMROCK BRAND HAMS, BACON, LARD OR BUTTER? The qtialily never varies. Used in all first class Hotels, Restaurants and Dining Cars frofn Coast to Coast, The Empire's Standard. c P. BURNS CO. limited Dominion Fish and Poultry Main Market, Phone 412 Dominion Market, Market, Phone 545 Phone 1654 ;