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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It WKDXKSDAY, .lUNK 25, 1911) FA'Jfc. SKVKN f Enchant Farmer Corroborates Statement That Is i Kovwarded The pU'.omonl wlidli ihc Hue. of ilie llcruhl on in I'i'Kard lu the torwurdHig of pro- liuftf froui the fiimtlla) dlsirirl lu iho JtrikorH In lias Lci'ii cor- uboratod by Vfilllani JtgRnliko. A farmer, of Knchnnl, is In tilt clly. IEo liuTvever. that (hi- jiraciUc Is not 'fbnfiiiQnd io foreign fanneri; uiily. bul IB carried on bj- fanners uf Ilrltlsh extraction In Sundial snd oilier districts. A, Drown, of Travers, u I'aoatlJan. la IwhlnU this CUE TO DETECTIVE LOBB In v'rw tit Iho fait list llu- uplnimi halt] that (he prosei'iuions ot mntor- Lu the ciiy for ticeaJlcg Uie speed limit hM been due to htm. IJHeoUvo Lubh slates llial he, :IH A uiunilivr of ihc Mounted I'ollcv, hie io do wltb (ho proiecuUuiid. ihi-ugh, wero IL hip duty, lip ivouM hesitation In doing wliai lliu uliy police havo End of Winnipeg Strike Means End of (XB.U; Miners' Strike is Likely to be Settled ICclicC ".a- in i-ieiy KT loJay wtii'ii it was karn'-d ofln.- ially Unit nti order lir-eu l.'sucd by Winnipeg strike corjnilUce rall- UK oft ILc EJ nijiKihcUc MrlUri i licet :.1 J] o'clock inonilug. l.ctbliridKc bis buen lucky throuKli- (mi the Etrlke iriflv, no the un- Ely union on strike here Is ;he mln- nuil Uiey on rtrSkf1 owing lo tosn of iberr ow 'Though local union rare lo crprcJS (heafd nlppg result It U 11? i ivllli i.Tc coal; would do not: of on Win-) un tirike. and thai tere." unions throughout i In lULghtiDg from a blue linn cur, on 3rd Arc. 3, A troinan Tel) oil the street susuinad Blight iujiulos to her elbow. The accident, vaa 'onusctt liy IK r -stejijiirjfc luekwnrds iusUsul (if i forward whoa tho sircet. who la IOHB here soms out. on slrlkc. ihuuBh BjajjjSl thf O li I' vote was coHecHvely firm any L'icni, to hauilU- Rbs for 51-heaie Jnok BDd with, no o.'t Ibc Insldo believe 1 NOBtE FOUNDATION f NOW H.OCO.OOO CONCERN t----- la ttu Alberta it nour.ced (bat the oayHal Hock jv hat beeo Increaerd from lo by iht t ot shares o[ par of eacb. j Th? Chlneg? Club J-> nl Alufrla. hea linen J.n- i nrporaiod ucdcr Ordinance of iht Torriturlts WAIER RATE lie Paw 12 and C. P. R. 5 Cents A -s llio very in favor of The of (ls llia( th ID -Norij victim astuc- niovtcieat ,IIM! has scni out uppoalB i the Oiat lo farraern to Ihe ntrlkcrs by for-! ilic nauiu or Ihi wardtnj Ihcm produnt m HJQ of! Of ulc hai not been eggs, bulter. elc. Mr. lioenlcko liim i ialncJ. rcieivetl oiie ot these from Tho Ahuuttl serve us .Ur. Drown, u'ho. )io ia a per- worn to UFPM of Blreet lonal friend of t ilicy itlioulil slop MORE MOTORISTS FINED Al (ho city police court (his mam (tig. David C'arlj-le was tint-A I'j tint J.r..2o costi for paaaliiR u standing j iiorted ilii.s morning, iUiJ car. H. Ilciwrnan was fliicil i; Ihal (he luui fr> anj >li coals for tlie samu nttcncc. (lie dircciltm ibe cur hat btt-n null- ing. No aiiisuars to 'irt a; lo tlie intitorman, anil (lie taunt il, to whom tlic mailer vtaa ro- ilii.s morning, iUiJ not consider I f (lie paUy ehouM be divulged. >Yed Mooteflli. officJal reporter I of Alberta'a supreme court, died at Klirtonlon llo iras formeriy ol Tor-j onto, An oil Sir Oliver Mowat was unveiled at by liis lA.-Col, Mo-x-al, Jr., QQ aj- ilresa lining jjlvcii by Hun. Mr, Rovell. si- rOPENHAtrKN. Juno llcil CDinninjidors given Ihc lluii- Karians unlit ilir evening ttf .luiic 2S to cviicatitu tlie itnrt of volila Ihsy Inraded, according td Iluda- i iicsl dUnatcbc-ii toil.iy. Full coinyeii- IM- ilainiise done hy tlio I Hungarian troops Is demanded. When tlie evacuation IA comjilolcd cje rl- HOP, It is reported, will request Ihc Humanians to evacuate Hungnrlbii lerrjtory. Tlie Iho iidd, liavn CJtprpssetl a lo L-oniply vrilh lliesc tielps Make Strong j Sturdy, Men ami Beautiful, Healthy-: Women People Use It 'Annually As a Tonic, Strength ami Blood-Builder Ask Yogr .FOR ftALE IN THIS CITY BY J. D, HIGINBOTHAM CO! LTD. SELL MUCH MONTANA LAND Sls.te Hst Disposed of Acres Since January 1. HELENA. Juno Tola! sales of slalo lands so far in 191D re itch 51.355.292.91. according to fig- ures public by Sidney Mtllor. register ot slnlc Ip.nds. Tliis was re- ceived for acres, or an aver- age of per acre. lllOXClil Wirinlrice clrlkp hlllcJ Tbc' bis principle be- hind the One IMs rnkin is inilusirinl unionliiii opposed lo rrafis union- Istu, and iht! wcipun or 1'ic, O. Ji. U. Is Hit ?irlke of all work- trs. U is genci-aUy ihat vmpallictu- BlriKr- jis luio in Winnipeg St-aiilf; is c-rous wtMpon c sympathy irc-m itie eirfkers.] in) union men who are tu Uif airiHatidn willi rrnft InlQt'l aro litt-roforo .inlis-j liurl Ibat Lliu dpnlh linHl of lljo O. 11. I.'., which ILrcuteiicd u rauhs of Iho has Leon runs, j In Uiis case. Is likely now, lo centre (n the of ttic miners' o[ District No. ]S, who by their BUP-! of Iho 0. U. r. liavp i-ui Miem-1 sch'05 off from their international or-) fraiiizalion. WKliout strike funds tucl miners are growing restless and (lie1 dlBtrici offlclals bnvc roado Ihe firal movo loivards sclllenicul of I lltfi slrikc. Secretary Kd. UroTVJie is AG'A" in Vancouver for the purposo ot 'Sitetrie-wing Premier OHver (o ask lhat n hoard be anyuinlcd to inTpsll- gnlfl onil working coiiditinna in (lie B. C. coat camjtH. folloirliiB Die ]mittng Into force of the D. C. eight- hour- law. It was reduction in vages of i-criaijj men arouocl iho coal camps, following ilic enforcing ot to is IBVV In n. C. which (lirex'f.udij nUcicrs out of work in Alberta and southeastern U. C Slioitlif llila instigation board be srntilcd. It la undereLuod ihe inincVs are ready lu RO Lack lo work on 24 hours' uoUce to this effect. Htnvever the EiLuallon is nggrnvatud by Ihe coiiiliiclrd seven facl that ivith the aignlng of peace. LONDON, June Allocated official, (y slated in the house of commons today Ihil by the 30Lh of June, BZ.Z rnr ccnl, of Ihe Canadian atrfiy will have bitrt repatriated. The American erniy is not being repatriated quicker (he Can- adians. IL wat stated that 000 Arnerlcan soldiet-s Will have been sent home by June 30 and Ctnadlans. lUiiiline IIP from Us present ilp nijd li-ansferroil to Victoria I'ark. Tliih IE considered advisable In thai ,lie liomu will be in more eongenlcl r.'ilt be by the comuils- OTTAWA, Robert Dorden tablsd in llic commons ycslcr- day a letter lie had received Iron) lion. Justice U P. DulT, who served as central appeal judge under the Military Service Act, in which i.. Mr, Miller lifts, i OHILUCICU seven I iaci inai IVLLII inc aigjiing OL peace. Dale-Hnrris TVliO was B.saistaiiL eon snleB Hits year, at which he ocercil j which, will likely lake place tltio week, pral ia vleor 221.27G.32 Ri-res. Abmil 40 -per cent the duties of Coal Commissioner ously defended in regard lo'ttic asscr- Pirong.come lo an cnJ. With Mr.) ,nade by Col jiachiii. in his re- off the job llicrc ivlll he no, uirccior Of the inllilan ,the necessity will of Uic offerings Fold. COMPULSORY EDUCATION BtLL- IS WITHDRAWN .OTTAWA, June Ihe sonato ycslcrflay tho debate on the reaoiu- tlon of Senator PCtte culling for na- tlunai schools and comjnilsory edvica- tlou was resulted. Several- speech U' mudc and the withdrawn and not ii wttli the JiiiiDiation tliat ftio matter might bo brought tip again nt u sub- sequent session. fervlcu branch 6C the dejiarlinent arlec of signing a-ncw wage agree- justice. ment between niijitrs and operators. tits old agreement l eipireil OH The 31; miners' slr'ikc -nil! llicrelore occupy the centre of the staRQ fen- the' i noxt fcwWecke. anil tlie fact thai: rfaulullou njinc'ra to-york. in n _' f _ i i WSUGIVE VOUTME EXTRA TO PROVE THEIR SOUND ECONOMY WHEN you no oul lor an evening's plcnsurc or slaTt on a long molor tour, you don't care about "lire VVIiai you want on your cars arc tires that will not give you any trouble, Guarantees arc all right; but tires that need no gua- rantee are better. The trademark of the Dominion Rubber Syslem is your warranly of faithful Airvice, lolij; wcnr nnd the extra mileage that proves their economy. It's tlie one guarantee ijial satisfies most motorisls. They know Ihnl DOMINION TIRES liavc proved their qualilv, their easy cornlort anil their freedom from ordinary tire on every nulomo'jilc road in the Dominion, DOMINION TIRES give you a choice ol six dielinct treads: "ROYAL CORD" "NOBBY" "DOMINION" "GROOVED1 ''CHAIN" "PLAIN" wilh the right Inner Tube io give you n perlcclly lire. DOMINION INNER TUBES are built willi the same care M DOMINION TIRES, yet cost no more-limn ordinary lubci. DOMINION TIRES.and ACCESSORIES ire dislribuU-d DOMINION RUBBER SYSTEM BBAHCHES and eolrl by the Qcst Dealers throughout Is speeding ilj> rictionl Tlie- fire Wises at Ulalrinarc ivcnL back lu wort on Monday. II !s rejiortcil Ihal some ol Ihe niinerp in some o( Iho smaller camps have (lemnudeil lliat the (Us- 1 vicl onlccrs arrAuge lo slipplv Uieni lili groceries whUe Ihe sirlto Is on. lesalistaclioii wiih the illslricl offic- ials 19 cxiircssec] while (ho miiiera are (die here, Amcrtcnn iilK into Mnnltobn and Mid Ihls nllcr the promise- Jiftcl bepn made bj tho miners' officials ttint. throueh the O. U. U., llicy would be able .lo keep tilts coal out. It was hinted that Iho rnihcnv- men nnd dock handlers would refuse Io handle American coal ivhilo Algeria Baby Loves It H'i hirdUilrinic Ubr vHhaaL 'CUM POWDEn. It ind tooh his t It him 't'conlj" and Bi mrc ll'i MKIf has been p.'ac lie illy council by E. ,1. Pel .larrowman. ihe iri it the (MillJren's Shrihtr. thai lie-fore nd [lie Mr. sick, or Ihe -Brew. wilted on Ihe (-ommfislocieni Jnomlug 10 pruti'M asalnsi (lie raise hi (Up water raie. as il seriously nf- Iptii'l Ills aeked Llio (oMiHil for fOiistdrraMou ia (hat hn was ciiiiilojiiLR a lerge clnff, Trhlcli mennL tipcuse, am t-alra hi regard to ivalrr would work a hardship. Kick I'ould pee no reason trhy R- sliotilcl i'PHts 11 Er liHKi jnn. and lip Is vulled on lo pay. HI the jMTEeni. rate. 12 cenli (or Ihq The iioinivd olil IhHt the eitrft on naltr waj inevjL- ablp. ibal ihc- policy WHS forced on thu -Mr. tiio 1'ie lii mce-i iJic Irt curmii. exiteiuliinrp cutalloil br Hie Increase- In ihc of Ihe ufly They promispfl [o give tbc inatlcr con but held OUT. very Jjojie iliai iliey coulil meet HJak's reniiesi in the reduction or ihe water Do You Remember The Old Corn Doctor? He stood on the street, in the days, and of- fered a "magic corn cure.'' The same ingredients, liarsh ancl inefficient, ere soM in countless forms today. But ihey did not end cornsTandlKey do not now. Nor doeapaJding, nor docs older still. The One Right Way Modern scientists in the Bauer 8; Black laboratories have, evolvid a perfect method and embodied it in Biue-i'ay. j In 48 Kours, w'Kile the corn is forgotten, Blue-jay completely ehdb U, and forever.' Hardly one corn in ten needs A second application. The way is sure- ft is easy; pleasant, scientific. Quit ola-fashibnecij rrielh- ods. Try Bfue-jay on one jay r, The Scientific Com Endcr Slops Fain Instantly Ends Corns Completely At Druggists BAUHR BLACK. Limited Chicago, Toronto, New Yoils Malcu o[ Slclile Sutgica! DrcMinga and Allied Pfoduclt CIOII) _____________' OTTAWA, Juno gnvcrn- nicul lias aupDjiilnl an nir lionnl un- der lire art passed this session. Jlnn. iV. li. Sifton Is cnairmnn o[ Ihc board And nnct Hon. C, C- Ilallnnlyuo are also members, aa rcprcSL'nlliiR the mllilTa and navnl tic-1 pnrdncnls. Lient.-Col. 0. M. Jllpgnr is vice-chairman. The rcm.ilntnr; mcmbcra are: Dr. It. M. Conllfr, dojjuly postmaster-general. J. A. snn, deputy minister of na- offnlts. and Kclwnrti S. Dusliy, chlfet Inspector department of cua- IDIUA and Inland revenue. Kor the tho board is con- slitnCcd AS an iiitcr-dcpnrtmcntal commiltce. and chiefly for tho imp of organizing atld tho ]trenara-{ Koti of rcgulallona govcrnliiB1 civil flj-lns 'I" rtoclarallrin ol peace. There Is no control of flying In Cnn- aiin as any regulations now In force waro pasacil ordorB-livcoiincil un- der the Measures Ael. The rowers of Iho board ai defined by the. act vvlilch was through Ihc house, Include Iho mmcrvlnlnn of all iteHorf connected ivllli ncronnuUcs, flU control nnd mnnagcnienl of Air cratt to Ilr8 conduct of any pnliltp. service, Ihe fixing ot routes 'and Hie regulations of commcrrlnl air service. The nicclln? ot the bcird will lie held tomorrow. Dry Cure Retreading THE LATEST PROCESS In retrcndins has beon tram lo do Biipcrlor work lo PJD ordinary why ws use II. IkUialrntion shows iibolo of our work b? proccls. Try It when your tires need repairing und let us dc-mon- thai iho DRY. CURE PROCESS 13 THE BEST. We icll Dominion and Goodyear-Tiret ALL KIND3 OF TIRE REPAIRS GUARANTEED. Lethbridge Tire Repair Station F. B, McKINNON, PROPRIETOR W. always use Nw Gum not Binds ReiTlOVcd tO 416 7tjl StfCCt S., Opp. Post OfficC P1AMOHD. AND OROOVE TREADS BigPr Sports at Lethbridge July 1 st ;