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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE LETHBWDGE DAILY HERALD. 1920 I During an electric storm the For the first lime iu its hislory. lot Slewatt, ot Esreniont. was {the Seymour House, Iclrurk lishtninr. that fcelng thejWbleli htts fceeii-open Jor SO years, Dr. Ruttan Says Sonwihing Is Wrong With Cfement Used and Disintegration Ooing on Will Cost Millions. TORONTO. June 1J In an irumieir Dr. It. P. Ruttat, coitnoan vt advisory council for industrial Mtific research conjured up visions o! toppling stvscrapars, distorted via- ducts and dilapidated cities. "We hive discovered a grad'ial dis- integration o! all Portland cements la foundations, roadways and aque- ducts, and tbe life ot many of these ttractureE is very said the doctor. is a serious matter. In- volving millions of dollars, and It.wlH interfere with the war'i .on hlsn bizlldingg, roads arid about our beautiful viaduct over the- is that replied Dr. Ruttio, reis- eurinslv. "It is due to tee artioa ajkallae water in the western soil on tbo cement, causing it to disintegrate and crumble. We claim that it is a chemical, not aa engineering problem. Ths ullUution of waste another problem forth by Dr.! Rattan. He salj thit three million dolltrs' wrin o! lish vraB lost every rear in Canada, which rtc turned into foodstuffs for cattle.' .And even for human "beings, and also in- to fertHiterE.. He> stated that In some lances there "were three fish untaar- tetable for every one-that scld, in Norr-'ay, Germany and Scotland hero was no xaste, as bU kinds of fish s in Winni- ies are af- Many of the lar peg anil other, western citi fected. The aqueduct IB Winnipeg has not a kraf lite before utilized very profitably. tfnue Fight Against IH-Lin- guali.sm. CALGAKY, June ot officers io the Grand Orange Ixxlsc- cf iVitish 'America wfll be bold late Friday afternoon and it !s thought the annual convention will conclude Satur- day morning. The'lS21 convention cJty will to Friday afternoon, irith Vancouver and Toronto as the most probablo choice-. Dr. Itcttan also stated that there j rnoraing found u were square miles nl loir-grads iron engaged in routine busiaess einlroly. ores which may in the near 6e developed, and that, It tho present experiments were successful. Camia would. havo ah almost Inexhaustible supply ot Iran for the future'. YHEAT TO GERMANY Ttie report of the correspondence com- aittec dealt wills the subjects Or.inil Msster H. C. Hocken referred to in his annual address. In Rs review ot the address, tho committee reported iu part: "Tbst the Oraago forward ____ aieit Is a very important question and PARIS, Juno thousand represents the treatcst step tho as- toms ot wheat destbed for England I sociation has erer taken have been diverted to Germany ani wltt ha held to tho'serious shortage. It is learned front the In- ternational Ileliel Commission that the declsfca'pt Great Britain is tho out- come.of the recent visits to London of the German food controller., Herr who asked for it-heat and other supplies. Large stoclcs of froicn mut- ton ateo ho sent to Germany from storage houses. south, la Tvords o! our nstlounl we prsr, 'coafixiod tlieir pol- Iheir kmvisb Iriclcs." call every Irue Orantje- man to heed thu grand master's Kords of wisdom and Training, to oaite In eterr loyal to allc-vhite all un- rest an rwmedies where needed Provisions ot tho War Rovrouo Act' requiring tbo President and federal judges to fay ao-incotue tax on thclf owing tho pro-j declared 'unconstltutlotv ai by, ti'.o U.S. Supreme Court. been closed Iperty changing hamls. Heuovts at Annual Session the absolute repudiation e-f overy loyal sulject of Jlis MajettT the King. Ks- Calgary Deal With Questions are the cersisteat of rtatiorial Imnorfani1 enmiiv nita our r.righl'ors Infcuymg, ft it a ample the Ptmnaas. hire put if worW of 1 charicta into fcnitterl coats of: all torts. Sport cnts wrtH tnnc-cKanning if perljps trfay an important ooc throujtiouU Canada, and ivo should (oel proud of j tho fact that Oraucowtnc have hesn responsible for tbe ptominant position ibis question Let us carry on in our united opposition (o separ- ate schools and'official bl-linsualUm and .iijy ether movcuieut tonda to weafceu British institutions aud British unily." Hcgai'ding the forirarJ movement, it was explained Uiat in ttio future tbo Oranjp Association of British Ainerlc'i wnuM be responsible for tbc organ'iia- tiou work tlirougaout the jurlsdiotioa of British America and New Fpund- land; Tbe Oraugc mutual beccfit fund was declared to bo in healthy position. A statement sobmfted stowed that It was in the interests o: Orangemen to avail themselves of iasuranco piven them through this particular branch. Most worshipful brother. Hev. H. A. Ftsh of Ontario has been responsible for the success' that Sf.s been attained in. the furtherance of the insurance branch of the treasury. Was To Be Used on Every 1'os- siblc Occasion Againsl Im- perialist. Troops. DUBLIN', May article entitled "guerilla warfare" which slieds n'ow light on' assassina invatlers irhenever tnd hosvover .'TVS find, it cnii bo done most effcclively. all forms of small wars, that mcsi dreaded by impsriallst armies of contiuest is guerilla.war- fare in which they are unable to ob- tain a security nor sain any opportunity effectively crushing their foe. Paticulartj' do they dread tho adoption of giie lions in Ireland hu.i liccn discovered- iho adoption of ...________ ___ in tlie effects of Pail John Uln tactics by a cirillsed foo" of keen ot Cork, recently by courtinartiai iuleliigeiico and t-oarage. Surprises and sentenced to mouths Imprison- ambuphes. on their fortified po mont 'for having in his pcssesslon an issue of tho official organ of the Irish volunteers." 'r'. "II is tho dnty to'rec- ognize in all their plani, In training and study.'and in their gcn- outlook, the existence ot this oral oullook. the eiislence of this j driven niore and more inlo the positit slate of guerilla warfare and all that i of invested garriscns in the midst it says the article, which lias la hostile country, afraid to ventu been made public in an official c-bm- from llieir in fnrrf. not >jplrio all.. only "Biytr Tallelj accompanied (ho hockey to IMsrivun i" Itn'lr Fuc.-cssful rjucst of tin? ctiiiin-plonshiy honors, pnotocraphod on arrival at Toronto. .Mr. Hewitt (Sporting fflllor or The Toronto Slar) the representative of thf: Cttnadlail. Olympic Cotn- mlUft, anil looVicil 'alter tho Mam's InWrcsls tlurinjr in., contwta. AB lit! ftodl BI the tic Ion, Station Monday momlnir. Immediately W.s arrival tbo lalcons hotb. .'.Jr. sin! 'Sirs. Hewitt to bu "membTs of It is easy toimitate the advertise- ments of BLUE RIBBON TEA, but the tea itself can be neither imitated nor equalled The Idea Behind is iaithfully Allowing the best ideals of quality. That is why women need no better guarantee of style i and dependable wear than the simple knowledge that they are buying Georgina Oblaincd through Canada's J-eading Boot Shops: V. NURSES NERVES ;