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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY; JUNE 21, .THE LETHBRlIXiE DAILY HERALD importamt Judgment on lien Full-Blooded the Cause. j ierlnj Its mmount ol litlsilion that constantly la la horse deals, the following judgment In the ot the Montlcillo -Slate Bsnk vs; L. Giwit will be hite'resting. The .-trill e.mslim gl tha heri'smci was adjourned .to Edmonton. judgment hai'iuaV been handed down torW Vy Juttcft Wal.h. on -two notes -'liiaV by .the deteMlant (or price ot a brood mare that' 'he' iJbufbV'.priglMllT from R; 'F. Dyjert, hijrse ''djwter, who hae been doln'r business at Edmonton darine the past few ;yearV IV thr sale orpire bood iiorses-.'Tliv-P.otpt weri. turned IMPROVED GOVERNMENT, WINNIPEG, June- and improved partenger'serTlce, with a closer consolidation ol government controlled lines In the re- Hooted In the general change- in'train on the National rail- ways, effective June 27, as announced here todajr. 'Many lines now curved with a'trl-weekly or little better, will get a 4ally service. WHer- cnt routing of main line (rains also is arranged. The luauparatlon ol the new "Na- tional" between Winnipeg and Van- couver already has been announced. daily train tar Sasteru Canada; re- placing the present eched- ule. Through daHy tralna will oper- (Contlnwd -Front Millerand at Hythe, the Times, it a late. edition this mom IDE sajja tie accepted by the former Mythe conference rojardlnj the inter-depend- ence ot the payment of German repar- ations and the relmbnnement of allied C9QM not be maintained owing to the refiwal bl B. J. Hichoy, Mr. Brant, Master Frank and all went, up the hill Tv-itli and spent the day' eight-seeing- taking pictures on: to say all had 'A game was od hueioo.' Saaiils1- between Blalnnore nnd tfraiMfi'JSflre 1 to H In favor of .Ourijjoys go to Blaimiufe for a gime A rsupber were enter- af the Sa'nalArium on Thurs- day of the work being done. The allow- ance granted ob retiremeat might very small and'in the forin ol cash? or It might be. an. annuity. Another the effect that the government might fellre any over 65'years ol age who was not rendering good Berrice. decision as to whether this of- should or should not be retired will be on: the recommendation of seirlce commisElon lifter' that body had con- tie deputy minister of the department in which- the employee was workiai. In COM' of tnose civil servants .under 65 rears: ot civil vice'ojmmlssioa may be requested by. the govsrnor-in-eonncll .to prepare, In consultatioa with the'deputy heads of departmenU t Hit of all officials and employees Iwho should be retired tor any tie governor-in-councll may order their retirement. T.'M. Calgary, asked It an '40 years in the e'errlce of the govern mont would have the option of retlr- !ng without being required to do so, and still draw his superannuation-al- Ipwante. The mlnfrter replied that retire- menlB under .this, bill were not optional.5 Every .person retired under this bill wbuld receive an' allowance in most cases based on lenelh of service. Re- gardless Of age or length ot service every dismissed employee'-would be entitled to 30 days', notice and one month's salary, "or two months' salary if iris nofgiven. Hit. Calder expressed hope that a..more pe'rmanent measure could be brought, down to -deal with of civil eorvantg. Need'Su'pcranniiatloii Bill lion. Jacques Bureau objected that while an annuity was provided for re- tired civil servants .over 60 years of age, a mair, say 63 was given 10 months' pay .and. let'out. .Thgt was not fair to a man who bad sened'Ills country all his life. "We nilght as well houses while we are (Continued from Front Page) ARRESTED FOR PROFITEERING NMW June Glmbel, first vice-president of Gimbel brolh ers' department store with branches in mmy'cltle? throughout the United States, was arrested today by agents of the. of justice on charge of profiteering In clothing Gimbel is head of the New York store GAUiAGKER DEAD that tt present enjoyed as regards purchase, storage and transport wheat, and to sell wheat, in. excese ot domestic requirements to purchas- ers overseas for erich prices as may be obtainable. The resolutloh gives the board authority to fix maximum prices or margins of profit at which flour and other producls may by millers and to fix standards of quality for such products. It may from mfllerfi ai prices to be fixed by the board and sell the same in 'Canada and other countries. For the purpose of per' forming its dntles'the bbad maysalIo-> cate Canadian lake tonnage and dis- tribute cars for rail shipments. v- Issue' of participation. certificafeS and payment of advances' is provided for in'the resolution 'as alsojs the di.s- tribution aft'ef sale.'o'f wheat and deduction of administration The board Is given power from time tto time to appoint an executive com-, mtttee of not fewer than three of its members' of whom the chairman will begone and may assign to such. execu-, tive coramittee any duties or which ia within (he competence bt the board.- KINGSTON, June S. Ga: and one of the bes known [business men of Iront county, passed away at his home a Hairrowtmlth.llast night, aged 7 NEW YORK, June .first egal detention in the mysterious case t the murder of Joseph B. Elwell, wealthy sportsman, who was shot .to! eath his. tome here last Friday, was tiift. announcement today by the urtrict attorney's offico of its inten- tion to have lira. Marie Laien, bouee- and Edward Rhodes, chauffeur Df the dead man, held by the court material witnesses. APPOINTS IMPERIAL COMMITTEE LONDON, Jams As- EOciated Im- portance is attached to the appoint- ment by the prime minister ot an im- jerial shipping committee to inquire Into complalntfi f regarding ocetin frelgbta and similar matters, and also to survey facilities for Inter-empire trade. Sir George Perley, the Canadian high commissioner, will represent Can- ada, and'the'other dominions will also be represented." Hail insurance A POLICY WITH THE UNITED GRAIN GROWERS SECURITIES CO., LTD. THE FEDERAL INSURANCE COMPANY Will protect You Against Loss From Hall. Premium Payable in or by Note. R.V. GIBBONS AGENT STAFFORD DUOCK No table oil has so many uses as the tweet oil of Apricots. WeWiUMYOUR CATTLE on June 24tH All cattle oonvenioht to'our dip in Township S, wlH be dipped on Juno 24, and all In Township 9 on Juno 25. Come early.. Phone R1008 Steam Fresniig Machine Will not hard on yow When: done property, pressing and make joiir; garments wear longer. "Way .not have your preseinr done by tie newest pro- cess. Oar 'prices are reasonable. .MEN'S OR UADJES' Farming Costs May be reduced by cooperation. Ksep this In mind when buyinf BINDER TWINE, MACHINERY AND GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES. Your Company. At Your Service., 'v FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED HAY, ALFALFA MEAL, SEED COALDALE, Phone phone 777, UETHBR1DGE Suit, Sponged and Pressed SuJV Presseii. V .75 Work callecf Tor ana acuvered. Lee Duck J TrilRTESTTTr! NORTH busy on 'this, bill." T. M. Tweedie supported Mr; Bureau and 'a Comprehensive su- would be brought down T. .that there should be of pensions to insurja against want in theif'jOld' this bill fihomd have provided ;.fbir that. Such pensions' b'o'en 'found, advisable In large'.cbrporjitjbns, tiny were Just as neccssa'ry civil 3 The civil service-bad with1 in "OTTAWA, 'Juno. Ibis. of aicbunt of duMti.g1. tabor than during 1919. omertime but Chan, during M Theri; we're -In existence atlo or the of Ing pared with .44 strikes people and working days inA'prlljiSJO; and alflkoiy 252 workfak" people, and work- ing On Marl; there were, on: fecbrd'.TC strikes. oHei'triE Flfly-lhfeeCsfrlkea were reported "as t bavins Investigallnf committee, ajferejojit Inciulf- iag into affairs 'board, las received ThXsbldjirV in excess of the indopenrteiit valuation for land lojeturned sol- dier settlers In Manitoba, if wAn ills closed committee .Invu-itlgal- Inj the affairs of tho board yesterday FOR LESS THAN' HAtF ORIGINAL COST One 1 Yi Ton York Ice Machine and Refrigerating Company's guarantee with the ,J Machine." Must be sold this WEIR, ALBERTA CAFE Booked The Friendly Smoke T HERE w something mighty'comforting and satisfying about "OLD Tobacco; a sort of soothing resrfulness.that pipe smokers have come to associate whh this hiendly smoke. "OLD CHUM" w an old, old "chum pipe -'-i It has the hvsllow and men khow that theyj-cari'be chuirtmy with 'OLD CHUM" aHViday long and. that'the night pipeful" will be ac '4weet and cool as, the one enjoyed just after breakfast. 4 I.'.''. For years and years "OLD CHUM" has been Canada's favourite'feipe tobacco and today is more'popular than ever. To Sell Your Hides, Pelts and Furs AT, THE HIGHEST PRICE YOU HAVE IF YOU SELL THEM TO A. WYMAN CO. STREE'TjSOUTH LETHBR1DGE. PHONE 442 CHUN tike a Guardian Unge! A POLICY IN THE Farmers Fire and Hail Ins, Go. k Either on or on your crop, protects yd.u against all-loss and gives you security that is worjh many times its cost, even though you should he so fort' unale never to have a loss. Place your appllca'-lon-wlth local agent In your to'.vn or vrltli Suite 6, Oliver Block, or wrlto us, Box S96, Lolhbrliiee. PHONES 455 AND 644 Fairmefi Fire Hail Ins. DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE ;