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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LCTHBHIDGR DATL'V KRTIALD TUESDAY, 1L COM OP "'RYE. Jiope (oTmd Plan to Vinance Seed Is Available.. Bankers ot Lethbridge will confer President Marnoch, ot the board crop is liefori' any seeding pi winter rye can be tlono >'It will mean that the acreage put into 'crop 'Kill cot be as large as is !Vrgelk: are being to .Unit out bow much seed Is now iu eleva- tors throughout the fur the pur- pose of importing it to this district. of trade, this afternoon on plans to finance farmers affected b? last week's Tind storm. These plans will be WANTS TO KNOW ABOUT made with a view to encourssine lor nnvnnnv i-.rwnm i seeding of winter rye wherever pos- j Dili DOCK AT VICTORIA sible. i-Xtorts are being taaie to in- j flaence the farmers to put such seed 'OTTAWA, June (By Canadian Into ttio g.-oniid as soon after July 1 1 H. Sinclair, Antigonlah and Es they can set the seed. jGuysooro, is seeking Information from ..Those interested in this campaign tveliere tbat farmers will be doing i'ood work for themselves and district the government hi regard to the pro- posed (Jrrdock at Victoria. BC. Ho has filyen notice of a series of ques- DEMPSEY. NOT GUILTY. SAN' FRANCISCO, Jane WMiaiu Harrison (Jai'M-Benin, sey; world's1 bcajywelgM plon, was louad" not guilty ou a selecUve'draft'evasion indict- ment' by 'a Jur-y in the United Slates district court here to- day. UotasMes waived final argu- ment in the trial today auj im- thereafter Jr.ilge M. T. npoliug.twsau tasirui-lius the Jury. AUSTRIA MUST HOLD ELECTION William Authority on Subject, Lauds Efforts of Mr. Mantoch, VIENNA, June tho coali- tion doGb.Uely ended by refusal of tho Social Democrats t? participate in the new ministry election6 apparently can- not bo averted. In the. meantime, it j is belieretX a working cabinet com- J posed ot civil- sefva'uts Vlll be estab- lished while the enact bills dissolTlns itself, create slection machinery for the balloting which is expected to take place In September aad If, possible, adopt some form yf levy JOB wealth. will pat in winter rye. It will j uon6 lo le pu( tri the ministry in the a long way to stop soil arming commons. .wilt give them a harvest hut (Mr Sinclair asks I( tho government -summer, Ihat will withstand the winds that blow. At present the seed Question Is one that is giving tiern tome thought but it is considered that jyilh the harvesting ol the present j-iof ot winter rye, which will start within the next fe'jv weeks, there will ba k supply of seed. Winter rye has ;iol heeu dsmasei on the followinc acreage: Noblcford 500; Purple Springs 1000; Grassy Lake JOOO; Bordelt 7CC; Winnltred C-00; Deytou SCO: Milk River CCO; Cbut'lB 500; Raymond 300; Masratb HOC; Spring Coulee W; Cardston .Only a few acres of winter rye win around Parklnnd, niost, Nanton, Cayley, PC Winton and Okotobs. Betwoan Medicine Hat and Msple Creek 5500 acres have beeJi sown and no reports of damage have b'eeu received. has, reached a conclusion on building the docks; when the work will begin; what is estimated cost and wheth- er it is. tho Intention of the govern-, men! to build this proposed dock as A government work. further asks If an agreement has been reached be- tho government and J. J. Coueh- laa and Sons to build a drydock in Vancoaver, B.C., under the provisions of the statute relating to the construc- tion of drydocks; what is the date of that agreement; has it been executed by both'parties thereto, and, if not, what Is tho cause of the delay. MASON OUTPOINTS ADAMS KOKOMO, ind., June Mason of Fort Wayne, flyweight, out- pointed George Adams, the Pacific coast champion, in 10 rounds here last ...It it is necessary to wait until this night, nccordlnB to fport writers. RIBBON People don't take long to find out the merits of an article. Ask'your friends what they think of Blue Ribbon Tea SI. Knox Session and Board of Man- agers Honor Who Leaves Soon. Complimentary to Mr. George B. MncKay who is leaving the cits' about the end 'of the month to take up his residence in Montreal, where the major nortipn of his interests are, a banquet was held In the "Y" audli inm last'night jointly by the board of managers and of Knox The function was presided orer by R. P. "Wallace, and addresses telicitallog Mr, MacKay were uiade by S. S. Unnham for the session and Dr. W. P. Crafe for the board "of man- Egers. In these' addresses the unself- ish work Mr. MacKay has done for LethhrMgo and the community was spoken of. Mr. MacKay was also eulo- Sized In a splendid speech by Rev. Capt. Cf noon who hoped that hs would retnm again. In his reply, the guest of tho eve- ning made, a characteristic speech, tellinE of his great attachment for the west. He felt the cords of his asso- ciation with the city of Lethbridge and his many friends here pulling so hard that he feared it would hard-to stay-away. He told'also of the growth of the city since the early days when he had thrown in hia lot with the HltlR town, and expressed his utmost fnith in the future of. the city. Hie association with the session and board of managers of Knox church would' always- he nmong hi a fondest .'.remembrances no ;nialter where his future course might lead him. I nnnibers were'rendered by Eileen and Geoft. Waddinirion at the piano, by Miss and Bessie llazoll and Miss Smith. Major Burnett and others were to have spofcon at the meeting but i1 was decided' that as tho function had been such a. success another wout be held later. William Pearce, siatistician of the deparlmeit of. colonization of C. I'. H. ana a consulting engineer, h6- that G. R-, Maruoch is on tho right track In "his campaign for irri- gation. This is horn out in a letter received by Mr. Marnoch this morn- ing from Mr. Pearce. Tuo letter r.'ajs: "Just a word to corroborate anil couraeo your that soil drifting is tue most serious problem that con- fronts agriculture in the west. Government Seeks Legislation to Secure 'Necessary Paper for Home Consumption. OTTAWA, June If minister uf 'Thora is a vary considerable area customs, has of Icgisla ion which will authorize tho licensing of exports "necossary-6r' Regular for........, Regular for......... Regular for Regular for.....'... Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular for........ Regular Regular THE NEW THINGS FIRST. RYLANDS CO, CORRECT 'DRESS F.OR ;