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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETimmnGE DAILY MONDAY, JUNE 2i, 1920 GERMAN WORKMEN MAY OWN BOATS l.KJl'SIC. June plaa Uj wtiH'h laboring v work au eilca haw eacK ilsy and the pur thus v earned fund to build cargo boats in which the coatrlbul- i- m'rs will pirt owners, has hena worfcM out by the XarbricMen. at the (res fa I time. They IKVUIUP if Suites later iiecMfJ-1" eater hut it ij'lo lo. go iutu dlsi-usslou with United Sialgj now. A foalroversv arose bi-tween Cieorgc Nichol Barues. Connor minister with- out portfolio, and the iireiuifr. the [or- WARRANT.FOR AMBROSE: SMALL'S .SECRETARY' iIUPERPEMES mor complaining no luvssure had, Iwen applied to 1'oluiul. Mr. Lloyd (iwrge rtftortctl with 'tlie assertion lhat tliWe ere'tl poVrors t'oiu the very at which Ihev neiT scjtcil. made lo i'utanit before at- i'aci oii Kusiii wa uut elfoct. TOHOXTO, Juuo a charge .of. conspiring with others to Kidnap Ambrose J. Small, the missiug theatrical a warrant Ihi: Ji SPEAKING KNOWLEDGE OF FRENCH OH ENGLISH FOR this raornins tor tho arrest Johu Pdugbiv. former iirivate -''tMLO secretary to Mr. Small. fcuutaul women e. itanehiv tins nisi- tipi'h ..lissint- iached.to the gover bus ivUo Leeu lathed.tvi Ihe governiuc-ni forces have ST. JOHX, N.U., June >pcat lug knowledge 01 ei.thtr rrja'cK or Kugllsh should be essential cation (or those reeking the rranchifu hereafter, tho National Council ot Wo-: men decided at i convention hero this inoruiis. "It in j _ I Ririveu at iu -inv vv I been killed by the orders o( Fnucisoj pll ,he women's o( a'dtseus- tbat Buani-ial of of be tlie ft'ite Senl Hon. A. Meighen to Help Finance Uthbridge as Ihe First Step. That the i'alfsry Br.'.rJ keenly alive to ihf itupoviante 01 'lie eilfiisioii in Alberta, incl Especially to the need of sovern meal 'help in llu' JifficuUies ntlfniiiiK Hie iicney (cr the rocstruciion Lcthhridsc Xorilifrn. la sliowti-uy Uic Mlowinc '.viro iHjpalclied by board on The Minister tin- Interior, Ottawa, Canada. The subject matter of this has given 10 llio members ol .cur pravc cuncrm and I nu nstntcted 10 wire you as follows j Eiperlence over a period (if years, has shown that Ir.-Uaiirn is essc-iuul; t'u Hie welfare and. even to tlie. verVj of the ruful vopulatlon of a! purlieu of Albcrli. Tho jrospariiy and contentment the urban population hi-the affected dls- Iricts is also greatly influenced by rondlliniiF. Willie this has tor some time been generally known and accepted it lias been sharply to the attenticsi of our board by the present climatic conditions which, following a three year period af unsatisfactory crops, bide f.ilr to -result in Ihe uiter rtesolaiiun'.of large "areas through drifting ot soil and blow- .Ing of grain-sccd'heds. This .unfcrinii. coniliiion prevails in n number of ijistricis. In one dlyirli't 8 retncJy lias leeu devised. An irrigation work for several months. Villa, the baUOtt, according to Kl Dom 1'remicr Lloyd (ieorge Subjects snbjeclH the deputation and to a of preserving peace, but cmpnasisey OTTAWA. June Dealing with the worX ac- complished hy Ihe Soldie.r Settlement Beard since its inception, the special romaiiltee.un re-establishment says in Its report mtiled in the house last "Over 50.050 application? from questionine. He ctifleavn learn fro'lii ih'eBi to smallest iletiiU -s-hut they desired done, with .11 view to showing iis iiupossihility. l.loyd Cec.rse's aigutuenl was one attacked htm, VJlla ordered all the heartily endorsed the principle of co- shot i between employers and cm. lieorge pointed otrt that Krancc and; force peace would only destroy, Italy had heen Unable lo spare the j league. _ force which they engaged lo to control the wat'erway. "Must go NO WIRELESS OPERATORS I ARE NEEDED' uver sy.uuij appKcauous iroiu mem- police toru-e ]arpe en bcis of iiie Canadian Kxpeditiouary 'instance. Hnssia DAM SPOILED CATTLE INDUSTRY Juuo; Sjias'been given ship-owners [iieassea. j OTTAWA. June D. board of' trade, that-duFliiE continu- If' the memoirs of the delegation, neeina, complained In the house to-j'ance of llicstrilje of the wireless oper- Uiarthe great iiuwcrs. except the I'n-.to var wlth-Fraie'e anrt Italy to iteJ States, hai already too many en- pel, them to' keep their obligations? tanslemVnts to to supply fore-1 he ts to tlie t" create an interna. tional police force large enough to] the premier observed, liad worked the1, day that or t.rce have been received by the. aart" the ideas c'f Ualtour had 'done for tlie last Settlement'Beard, nearly 37.UOOicount crev president AVilson for i iitonths. would belter'realize th and percent Kn jQtcrnalioiial forcff, were possible! difficulties encountered in briaglug ideals, said they Were impractic-1 the league into full operation. the building of a dam ISjators. the ow.ncrs of vessels over liCOO ffom the insiile he and Mr-{ years ngo Ht lake prac-j tens which jibnually, are reijuired-to "1' i.l, heeur accepted and percent of these are artu'aUy on the land while additiocsl have, settled upon joiiifar grratits f.frec Dominion These operations enlail commitments of doyp io of which Jinnrox- tmf.iely lias been disburs- ed." The .complaints submitted by Mr. MacNeii are then d.ealt with. It was not within the jurisdiction of the committee lo cund'.iel an investiga- tion into the administration .cf (he Soldier Settlement Act. but only to con- sider questions concerning land set- ilcinem as it affects re-establishment "of returued scldiers. The.niinister in charge ot. this.'. department, however, had written the commutes expressing iii? wisii titat any specific grievances or chiirges might be Investigated. Kvi- ItSjtically Imd rulaed the lirestock Indus-Lcarrj', wireless-operntors, 'will not hOitry In Qu'Appello valloy. Tho minis-'proi-eedcd hrench of-r. _ ler promised IQ look Inlo the matter, latious if-they send their vessels to Imuieciiatcly. without operators. NEW STOCK COMPANIES OTTAWA. June IS, (Canadian stock'companies incor- porated, 'during tho past week iaduda the following: Gatiriati Conipany. Moat- real, .capital1 L'olumbiK Sugar Refining Company. Limited, Vancouver, Cana- dian- CUalaiKJuas.- LimHcd, -Vancottver, caplial not. Bho'wri; known as tlie Northern jdcncc was .therefore taken regarding is now ready for those complaints. There were, says Irrigation i'roject constnietion and the.Calgary Board of Trflue strongly urges that the govern- ment of Aloe.-la and Hie Fejefal gov- .eminent lend the fullest pc-ssible sup- port towards bringing about inimedi-: find effective action, that will re-i U. S. SEAMEN'WANT TO the reporl, for the most part, plaints from individuals "who did not secure front, the boanl what they thotlgllt' they should have ATTEND CONFERENCE Vurk in this IrrfEatlon. district. Jl is GBXOA, motion for -the Hic.work'tn OH a ilIsLriot will (admifsion. of the Tinitetl States delc: 'suit in thft iirompt commencement of I K in this Irrigation, district. M is I a lircsftnt relief tp.tiie tanners 'Vndri will ultiniately ensure a iicrmfl- Vncht remedy tcr disastrous -drought gales to the international Seamen's, Conference. Respite the fact that the United has not yet declared its This hoani further urges (b the League ot Nations, rihHt full and prompt consideration be' was 'to the conference jw T igiveii'to suc'n uglier irng-Jtinn projects terday by Gcgllo, delegate ol before, the Dominion gor- the Italian eeam'en. It derided to .''ernniciu to subject; of discuss .thk, 'within Ihe .Canada ami its j two days. Tire niotiou also claimed the" fposiiil1 fo" thai early a Tepresentatife as the beneficent appli-i from eveTT nation without .permission Knr.'acr and flowing watersj or: participation of their governments "i.to tin; i-nd lie realiu'd wherever cjiiiniinB the discussion's were, ot v V'pracIIcaiils ami .thus area? Irv.norln'cce. send Tire the Goodyear Service Plan Every Saver, M these two TireSavers prevent youdriy- conditions in 'riiay JJQ longer prevail. Cslgsry Boani of .FOR A People's Forum VICTORIA; June Bell, senior.member of the provincial legi? latiirt- for-Victoria, has been chosen imp of the two representatfvEi; of the Onmipion, AUtance -vho.wiH campaign proafbllion In ScoiUad this Tall. THE SCHOOL MIX-UP Alia., Junt IS. regartf to the "iJI? iip'i5 Ihe I'nMIc- may I 'he flowed to ask" a fetv Ifcns? L 1. aiirf whtn llic jiarents and inxpAyur.11 aiipoinierl the gates" "to" ihe 'board? U. SIicuM not the School Hoard tavo been Riven iioMee ot tbeir ShouJd-iioJ Ihe hoard have hrni ahle lo dctidc whether ,nr Ho tlirv would roceiTR the 4. Siiouid not the "riclegation" have wiEhtlrawn wliilH their con.- .plaint? or proposals Mow is "il that cifizens knoy.- tile business which is to come ui n0 and gRTiie'" frtily, j AIM. K. J. Tiifpor. TRADE D'ANNUNZIO WANT8 TO CO TO ALBANIA I HOME. June 18.--Gabrlele d'Annun- j y'-c dcHirea .to hare his leginnarics at Klnmp replaced hy Kalian retguTars to go'to'AVolona. Aihania, to lead hi? AnlUti troopg there, it'Is re imrteil here, like the Outside Prbtection Patch iirjEtrated, is designed to .insure that greater mile- _age which'isfhe purpose of -the; Goodyear Service Plan. Will Morning Never Come To the bufrjin mileage of Goodyear this plan adds effective means of pro- longing the usefulness of in- jured tires, A well-worn or injured1 tire may blow out on the road. The Good- year-Outside Protection Patch and the Goodyear Adjustable Blow-out' Patch have been provided to td ,rriake quick repair's, on the road, in case of suclv" emer- gencies. a half-mile on a flat tire, they, may have saved the full value of the casing. It is .suchv Tire 'Conservation'as this which is aimed'at rby the Gotidyear -Service Plan' of Service Stations and A ,_ .TJ.-tJ i It is such Tire Conservation with their inbuilt quality which -has made, Good-' year Tires possibly the lowest cost-per- mile tires in the world. If you are interested in knowing why mort motorists ri'de oh Goodyear than any other brand world, to a Goodyear Service Station Dealer and us at Toronto for our free Tire Conservation .Course. The Goodyear Tire Rubber Co. V of Gariada, Limited his illustration pi ture your experience? What is rnorn diatressing than being unable to sleep? Slfcplessricjs is one of the first and most certain symp- toms of exhausted nerves. ThlK IB the warninp thAt you nfe-1 i the ap.'istance of rhasp's Nervo Kobd to restorr to and ftvoifl thr intnt of asrloufl nfrvoiM trouble. 1-y Improving nunilty of hlood and buildint: tlir jyMcin thtT foo3 i energy and strength to tlm liody. i COPBNIIAGBX. June- i -IfoiiB bc'tw.eeti Danish ciTlcluls.artft the ;I3olshe'rlk' trade whfrfi t hare bcrn rcsiimcil and hiivo "resulted In tho I of an TIK temporary er.pltal. ti for J2.75, ill deal't.', Bald OP., T-ld., GOODYEAR OUTSIDE PROTECTION PATCH COMPLETES THE REPAIR GOODYEAR ADJUSTABLE BLOW-OUT PATCH APPL1KD A BAD BLOWOUT YEAR MADE J ;