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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE'' LRTHBRIDGE DAILTT HERAU) Premier the Matter With Sir Foster as to'-Procedure. July 18. r- {Canadian for the tabling of all correspondeoce with the gor ernment bearing on the resignation oi 71on. H. A. HOD90U from the board p: commerce; was reported in tie house today by S- W. Jacobs (George Btlenno Sir Robert BorJen promised'to ois cuss matter ifitll Sir Oeorjc Fos ter who more familiar with the .incident, and lioped to a dcfin lie announcement tomorrow. in answer to a question by 'Mr Mackenzie KIBR; Sir .Robert said tba tbe minister c( finance was still un- able, owing to-pressure of work, to bfipg-down" the supplementary esti- mates, but this also would be attended to snprtly. The bousii went into committee on publio works estimates soon It assembled this afternoon. J The Brirffle Aa Horn of to proviilo a new bridge atr Banff met with some criti- cism. n. p. iloKcnzie (North Capo Bre- was at a loss to soo why this bridgo should not be built by the pro- Tlnclal i Bove'rura'en' of Albcrtrf. He alEojwiiS doubttiiVwhelbor there woiilci be sufficient rlratfic at this point lo Jijstifv (ho erection of a bridge cost- ine I'lOO.OOO. lion: D. tleid explained that the proposed bridge-.would be built over ihq Bow river in the Dominion park at naiiff. An it ,wVs in a park which belonged to ihe" Dominion government the. province coyld not be asked to liulld ibo'.-b'rlugn.- Ttie.tourlslitfaffic was quite heav llr. Twe'Ddio, Calgary, insisted tba Iho bridge was an absolute accessltj HEAVY SHIPMENT OF i COLD IN'CANADA FOR DEMOCRATIC WOMEN LIKE BOOSTER BETTER THAN WELL-KNOWN MULt CHICAGO, June .Illinois Democratic, Women's committee have the- cm- 'r' blem ot .their.party, "Dsmo- cralu are uot tber contend, and tbsy hope to substitute .the. for tbe mule, explaining that the "reciter WriJ aud has comethin'g -to crow about." In making this (a- nouncement today, members ol the commltleo stated that thousands of 'little will be taken to the San Francisco convention la effort to famillirise the popu- Isce with "the wl party em- blem." FOUR INCHES RAIN IN EDMONTON THIS Case of Grcenall vs-. Boyd arid Hay in Printing Concern i Dispute. Judgment orally given m. tlie. Ajpeal Court !u ttie of Oeofge B. Oreonull vs Boyd aud D. J. Hay. The case came uo sotna llni'e back In the District Court, and was a claim by the plaintiff against llugb Boyd us a partnti- with D. J. Hay in wbat was then known as the Printers and Stationers. It was claimed by the plaintiff that Hay had agreed to pur chase from btai. for the sura ?S50 1423 in anit the balance by nota bis interest In tie business. After this t new parlnerchip was eiilared Into between Hay 'and x Boyd. On the strength of this new.partnership plain tiff held Ibst there was liability 01 the part of'lioyd for the balance of on lie notfe. Tho cliim was dismissed by his Honor Judge Jack- son, and the decision cqncurre4 In by EDvMO.NTOJt, We is sjil! raining in Kdmonton and vicinity. Wlthlb tht list .31 bours reports Ironi different poiutE give evidence of a fair- ly general rain over the whole province. The precipitation in Ibis 'elly Thureday even- T Ing ia over loch, bring- Ing tbe total for tbe rncnib. to more tbun four Inches. 4 N13W If A RT V FOHMED IN FRENCH CHAMBER June new party Dominion Steel Eletts New Offi' cers Who Favor. Empire Steel the higher court. J. N. Ritchie, of Johnstons and Ritchie, appeared for the plaintiff, Creeuall, and A, B. Hogg, for tho de- fendant, Boyd. SPEEDERS ARE BEING CHECKED UP SHARPLY ivhich has been formed in the chamber.of'deputlea, comprising 200 votes, is-one which. It is expected, any future premier will to take Into account In preserving his major- in-the chamber. Cburlos C. A. Jounari, jeaalor for De Calais has been- elected its president and he party has been recruited from of (he radical party and ele roeuis of the national bloc holding seats In ithe -centre and right centre :u ino.chamber, The party Is called tho "Alii ance ot Soda1 -1 June the.an. ,01 (lie. srujrefiolders of he Dominion Clorjofjjtion, ecUirs who tries ,to secure 'legal Injunctjon to. postpone the meeting on the ground that [hey want- ed more information about the pro- posed Empire- Steel Corporation mer- A niotpr watch Is Icrs anj those on wlio In transgress the by-la.w NEW V June (Canadia Reports were current in Wn Blreet today tliat another heavy etii inonl of gold bad arrived in Canad (rom England -and .that unnouncemen o[ re-shipmcui of this golfl to iv'ew York from Ottawa with- in a few days; .This is said to be on account of the- Fiench loan. report stated Hie gold was sent to Canada on a Rrltiah warship. Rep- .rosentatives ot Canadian hanks in Now York Bttid they had heard the re- port but had received no ocnfinnatiop from Canada concerning circulated in '-the financial district today, was to the ef- fect that n shipment of gold had been received in Ottawa from the Orient. TURKS ATTACK BRITISH June 17. !r, nuv The directors tbe hold- ng of tbn meeting were J. H. Plum- mer and E. R. Wood, of Toronto, and Wijllem George. Cavcrblll and John H. Dandiirana, of Stpnlreal. The now board tbis morn- ig consists of Viscount Fiirnoss, Hoa. Cllfion Silton, :Brlsadler.General Sir Henry Pellatf, Sir William 31 Sir William p. Reed, Lleut-CSpl. Hon. Frederick Elkin, M.P.. Hon. Charles Ed- mund Bristol, J. W. NorcrosB, H. B. Smith, Major-General Sir Newton Moore, Benjamin Talbbt; J. W. Stew art and Roy M. Wolvjn. CO-OPERATIVE STOCKVABOS IN SA8KV-.PROFITABLE MOOSE JAW.'June the an nual meeting of the sbareholders of tho Southern Saskatchewan CoOpera live Stockyards, excellent reports were made shbwing that complete is attending their operations The balance sheet showed a good sur plus after only four months working and these tbe worst months In thi year for the trade. ..It-was, however decided not to declug'a til after 12 months' working. Presides Grayson and Manager B. Evans we're .highly -co'njpltmented o the results The board o directors were re-elected, Act, parllcu larly along Third Avenue S., wliicj has become a regular speeding ground for some motor drivers. Tlio'.city pfr llco have now a patent device (or checking the' speed of cars over a iracl ot 220 yards .and thereby gaugiu j the speed per hour. As, a. result of this Frank Berry had to pay a fine ot ?25 at the police court on- Friday morn. ing (or speeding" on Third Avenue, on Act'o'n and National Ite-Ccnstructiou.1 The-new program as oul lined by Senator Jpnoart in his speech accepting tbo presidency. Includes a declaration agaiiuH a diclatorublp, p matter from what quarter It 4 policy of reconstruction o Franc.0, by unity and hard work; Ih substitution of the solidarity of th classes fbr class hatred, and Ijw an with abolition of the right t strilie cxcept'for special reasons. It fs'regarded definite that non of the lenders aspiring to bo successo of'-PrEniier ilillcrand Is included i the Black Statement on Manitoba S.S.B, Case _______ J. Black, ctulrmau o! Settlement Board, was shown tpday a itatsweul made by B. H. R. Mills regarding a couiiutUee of inquiry at Winnipeg into charges that lands had been purchased at price! )q excess ot their value. He mad.e (be- following statement: "In reipe'cV to teds referred lo by Mr. Mills, the settler's themselves applied tor tbo usrcels on which tuty were Sich completed a edaratip'u board's form 8lst- g that lie examined the land and eslred its purchase for him at tbe rice which tho board afterward paid. The' chairman turlhtv elated that ho board troin tb.e beginning, had ade the' utmost effort to protect the ettlers against their awn imperfect novjedtfe of farni .Values, In tho case f Mr, the -toarJ ona ear his chagrlii, had him frc-in the purchase. of a property at dollars an acre for which "dp applleft because its experts n declared that ho would; e unabte to make a living thereon, oii refused the loan which was neces- sary to cover this purchase. "IMVfng the neit J2 con- fnued.Mrl BUck, board has sav- ed sSUere'ln tie, province of Mani- tobs eJrae a toUl of approximately by- securing properties for nuch' less; than that tho settlers had alafk-Valfj H was premature to of the- in- quiry bdore it had been completed. VERA CRUZ MEXICO CITy, June .IS. fcen S3 cases o{ bubonic pUeue, 32 fatalities out- break ot tbe disease at Cruz cu 14, according to unodklal re- porls.-Durlus the IS boura night, no new cases of the pUgue were reported. Why? Proof is'positive when founded upcm facts plus experience. BEECHAWS PILLS have been used for 60 years by people all over itne' globe. BEECHAM'S o( 1911 %kAnr Medicine to Ask the Cook to use Lea Perrins' in {he kitchen and note the difterence in the flavor of her dishes. Enjoy a Case of Bottled GOLDEN ORB WIN.S LONPON. June As. soclated'. I'roBs) Workingjiam Blakoa run at eeu' granted the city of Brandon by tbe public utilities committee for its municipal-owned street railway. With eflect from Monday, June 21, the cash fare will bo seven cents. Workmen's tickets will be .five cents end regular tickets for 35 cents, CANADIAN TRADE GROWTH OTTAWA, June first two months of the fiscal year ending on May 31 show an. increase of 074 in -the'grand total of Canadian trade as compared.with the same per- iod a year ago. trade dur- ing the two months' period this year totalled while last yaar it amounted to For tho month of May nloiic, the "increase'this. year over last Is J2S.034.902, the (is nros stacking, 1820, 1919 '.t EMPRESS OF JAPAN HAD HEAV.Y PASSENGER LIST VANCOUVER; (tea pacity passenger list the steamer Em press ot Japan, of the Canadian Pa 'clflc Ocean Steamship services, dopi ed hero (his morning from Orienli ports. All.cabin accommodation was; taken up and many passengers were j forced to sleep in the reading room, 1 among them being Baron- Akeriiilm, of Stocliholin, who is bound liomu froni Java, A largo number of Dutch resi- dents from Java were on boar 1 bound for Holland.. The vessel bad no.O ihinesc passengers, 321 of them ooked through to. Havana as labor? GETS RAILWAY .BACK JiBXICO CITY, June that the .-Mexican railway will be turn- ed over.ltp its owners, a London corp- oraUoiij tomorrow were issued by Pro- visional President Adolfo De La jliierta. Wa ftcUUr to manufacturers. V9 prepared to admin HOB pf D. BSUnd to of drafts ftttBnflon. Obtain D6C6HBTT taTUorinmistance ein bi ill ItnporUht if tat la tbs lucewi "Tho Hit of Season For Every, body's Boy PAKOWKI LAKE IS BIND SANCTUARY OTTAWA, Juno bird sanctuaries have beeir 03- lablished in Alberta. They are Many Islands like. Birch bake, Fakowki Lake, Buffalo Miqueion Lake, Ministik and Lake Lo. Biche. This aims to protect breeding areas ot wild ft WOOL MARKET Juno The Commer cial Bulletin, tomorrow" will say: The wool market U still waiting developments. Very little buslncs base been done hero or In the west and quotations still largely nomlna Somo consignments are reported from tbe west. "Tbo manufacturing system also i very uncertain and mills are runnin generally on three to fonr day sche< uleH per week, sometimes less. "The foreign steadied somowhat on the lower London basis." ENSIONS COMMITTEE T MAY REPORT MONDAY OTTAWA, June (Canadian. of tbe special com- mittee on pensions and re-cstablish- mentvwbo are now in tlic last stages of their' tvork, are hoping to have heir report in tho house on llouday.. The committee'meetings are now de-j voted to putting the finishing touches online report and, It is expected, if bouse sits on Saturday to have he report complete then, in ivliicb case it will bo presented on Monday. AMERICAN LABOR PARTY CONVENTION IN JULY Edmonton Business Man Mokes Enthusiastic Statement Regarding Tanlac. UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch C. C. King; Manager at Cardston and Barons Ycni wzpl hini" Then jrivehifeVwJTC wool jersey, Mr.de by hilfrlcud Bob Inm romp wllh all his vigor Itc's th-best boy itijhe land, If be wears a Bob Long Bran A. BOB LONG Pure Wool Worsted rJerseys For Dad and the Lad Pull-over or Button Shoulder Style Made for Hard Wear, Comfort and Smart Appeano.cc R. G.-LONG CO., Umittd ipi: TORONTO Maitrxl Long Brandt Ctatllt CHI) Tanlac has.made a -TN-ell man of me, d it's the fjrsl lime I havo beeu free from stilfofing in four yeari." euiil Charjes Balnea, of 9549 102nd Avcilue, Bdmoatpn, .Alhprta, .proprietor Pf i( livery, feed and sales statles at 10346 N ubty-elBhth Btreei. Mr Dalier has resided In isd ground prac. tlcally all his lite, and is well (iijown ocally and surrpundinB dis- trict. "For the iiast tour yoars I hid sut- IWcd terribly from rheum all Epv in my legs from (iiy knees he con- tinued; "1 pain all tlie tirae and especially, when sitting or lying down I Just couldn't rest. I was-in such' misery at- night I could get hut little sieep and would lie awako at night for hours gt a time. My Btomftch. also gave a lot of-troubie, nothing I ato agreed me. After! evenr meat there .was a heavy feel- ing like lead pains in the pit of my stomach, and I'would bloat i hadljr with; gas. Finally, I got to! where I suffered ?o much after meals. I went without 'eating as much as! possible. J "A friend, advised me to try Tan: iac, buk I ha'fi taken BO macy medicines I without eelting-any reliof I had justj about tho conclusion that! nothing would help me. However, I took my friend's and Tanlac did me-so much good right from the start that J know now tho only trou- ble was I hadn't got hold of the' right has! left me entirely', my stomach Is In finei shapo and I can eat anything I want without haying'Uiat heavy fteiing'or pains In of 'my stomach or a sign of gas. In fact, my whole sys- tem has been built up and I feel elm. ply fine all the lime. I nan never say too' much for Tanlac after vvhat It has done for me." Tanlac.Is 111 Lethbridge hy suffer 'John n. rtiglnbotham Co.; In Coal, urft by Diamond DniE Stationery tore, antl In Warner by Mrs. N. Der. PALACE MARKET WEEK-END SPECIALS BUTTER AND EGGS AWAY DOWN IN PRICE 45e 45c 65c Still Sold at the Same Fair Price 'and appreciated by more and more families where tea or coffee has been INSTANT POSTUM A trial of this healthful economical table -drink soon demonstrates the cause of its popularity. Made instantly in the cup. No Work. Better Health. "There's a Reason" NEW YORK, June Ameri- can Labor It was announced from headquarters in this city today, will remain a distinct labor party and will not sacrifice its identity In a third party movc-mcnt. The conven- ion to be held In Chicago on July 0, [t Is stataJ, will be attended by our thousand delegates representing more than organized work rs. Officials stated, however, .that Ms altitude did not mean, tbe party wbuld not work with political groups which have common grounds with abor. It Is likely, they said, that lib oral, labor anil farmer groups ma nominalo the same candidates. LIGNITE BRIQUETTES FROM ALBERTA SOON brinuctlcp lurftd from tile uattiraf foal tar lignite from Alberto coal mines will bo pi need on Hie Manitoba market before another year, if Ihn present sctiomo of llin Alberta Bovernment carries, de- clared Premier Stownrt of Al- berta today. "Government qi: perts aro novr on a solution lo extract tar from thfi extensive sands of Alberta with a view to using It in the manu- facture of he add- ed, "anil it is hoped to build up a market sufficient to keep the coal mines running the year round." Sample liox'freo it yon nienUontliis iTIFF JOINTS SOEEJOSCLES Up QnfcU] Viithr Ptnetrating HarcCii's ti'tlKt CW ID cases of rheumatism and 1imt batk it penetrates quickly, drives out soreness, and limbers up stiff, aching joints and muscles. Oil Is an absolutely reli- .able, antiseptic application for cuts, burns', bites, and stings. Sprains and bruises lical readily under its sooth- ins, penetrating qualities. it from druggists for 30 If satisfied return the bottle and get your money back. Ever constipated or have headache? Just try Wizard Livci -Vhipf, pleasant little pink X FRESH EGGS, par dozen............. CHOICE FARMERS' DAIRY BUTTER, per Ib, FINEST Ne. 1 CREAMERY BUTTER, per Ib. CHOICE LAMB AND VEAL, on Sale Tomorrow. PRIME ROASTS OF BEEF, per Ib. 18c and 20c CHOICE BOILING BEEF, per Ib.............15c Palace Meat Market 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 431 OVER-ACIDITY of the stomach hat upiet tnwiy a nighl's rest. If your slornach U dissolve (wo or three on the tongus before retiring and en- fcy purity fcnd gdodneu of KimMt by SCOTT IOWNE OF SCOTTS EMULSION FOOD MARKETS SATURDAY SPECIALS Butter and dway Down in Price Select Candled EGGS, per dozen 4Sc Choice No. 1 Creamery BUTTER, per Ib. 6Sc Choice Farmers' Dairy BUTTER, 2 Ibs. 9Sc WE HAVE ALSO A PARTICULAR NICE LOT OF CHOICE SPRlKG VEAL AND LAMB FOR SATURDAY. BURNS CO. Limited Dominion Fish Market, and Poultry 545 Main Market, Phone 412 Dominion Market, Phone 1654 ;