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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta vFRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1920 -.-THE IJttHBRlDGE DAILY HERALD, PAGE ELEVEN "Russia May -Give Canadians Con- .tract.., 1 U0W YORK, June was re- ported today on good authority that. of at least, one big -Canadian firm In-.New .York the purpose of' negotiating .with Martens, head. of tho soviet government bureau here, lit regard to tho. efforts of the aovlat 'government 'to purchwe supplies In Canada, Officials of the toilet V the Canadian Press de- clared thit "this-report was correct, but refused to. give out: any .details ;regarding tie aUeged'heeotiatlous. They Mjited ttat today's conference la In regard to th? con- tract which they hops will be the first.of a number of contracts to be made with Canadian firms The) said this order IB for rolling stock auSI that the negotiations aro .with- a Montreal Brown, Independent." St. Acatew'.B ard David Morrison, Loboral; Thxwuaa McCoimeU, United C, A.' Tanner, LabM, St. -A. Ross. Lateral; Farmers; A. Stan bridge, iJabor. St. Boniface-Joseph: Pterra Du- Joseph.' IJcr-nler.' Dr. John. T. How- wi'Tony Hoanaeft and all Independents. Sie.. Z. H; Rheiuiaa, Liberal; Hameliue, Coaeerrative. St. CkuU Hgusson, Liberal; J. Kristpanson, Labor. E. D.'Ii. BiEsett. prident Isaac Cook, United "armors; B. Conservative; Nominations In Manitoba Tho list of "Winnipeg candidates fpl lews T. H. Johnson" R. Jacobs, Dr T Glen Hamilton, It, X LcVery, W. L. ParriBh, Mrs. Edith Rogers, Duncan Cameron, John Will Gibbon. Conservative opposition I Chrislle, J. T. Halg, W. J. Tupper, A McMartin, Geo. Lawrence, P. V Torrence Sirs G Llpselt Skinner V Wclnnos, Col J Lithtfoot J 0 Turn bull 'Oominion Labor J. Dljoii William nens, r G W A. 1 Russell, R.J. Johns pritchard, George Armstrong Bi scUdlers and Sailors Labor party Cart-wright Liberals opposed to Nbrrls govern Carey, D. S; Lyons and J H. .Gislason. Progressive H Forrester. Progressive "VV. C E. Bai lay-Fisher, Sirs John Dick ana Jfrs Holland, Independent 'Capt. D N Armstrong j Williams Liberal, D L.- JlcLeod; "United-Farmers W. ent; W. D. Bayley, Labor. H. Clement, Liberal Bng.-Gon. James Kirhcaldy, ImJepend cent: Conservative; Rev. A. Smith Labor. Beautiful i Little.' Indc. pendent, elected by. acclamation. Huritloy Malcolm Liber Larcoinbe, Independent, Carillons-Maurice Dupre, Fanner: Albert Prerbntaine, Conservative Cypress Dr. Andrew Walsol Liberal; William H. Spinks Conservative. William v J. Harrington Palmer, Labor. Dr R -S Thorn ton Liberal; J C W Reid, Conserva B. A. August, Liberal Alo'y.- Morrison, Conservative. p. Baskerville. Libera Roy; Farmer Jlytro Yabimisehak, Independent. A, Ilryhorczuk, Libe Marcroft, Farmers; Jarae flnlazdogki. Independent Liberal; J 'J. Camache. Independent; II. L. Jlabl United Farmers. Mathcson, Liberal (labricl Gilbert Serkau and Albert V Kirvuii, supporting N'orris goverr mcitt; Oliver Walker. Calvcriy, Inil pent Farmers; Alfred -T. Indcpcndeiit W. I.iheral; William W. Indfcnend- ent-i TV. Brakcy." Liberal; William Hohson, Independent.'.; Gimli-T. D.' Ferlcy, Liberal; G. d, United Farmers. .Gilbert FinlaW. Tyiberal. R. J. Inde-pendont Conservative. H. JlcConncll. Liber- al; George''ABdcrsffli, Isdependant.-. i IberHllov-Arlhur iEloivliie. Indcnend- ent, elected by acclamation. M. Hayden, Liberal; Samuel1 Klelchcr, Independent Farm- ers. D, -McPhereon, Liberal; Olward If.. Mulr, Conserva- tive. Lave rand A. Talbot, Conser- vative; T. B, Mollay. Independent; L. R. United Farmer. C. N'orris, Liberal; Dr. If. D. Hicks, Conservaelve. O. A. Urlerson, Literal; W. liielby, Conaonpatlve. James B. Daird, Liberal; Andrew Young, Independent. f. Armrtrong, Liberal; J. 3. Ttldley, Conservative; Geo. Comp- Swan P. Sims, Lib- -.Robert Eniriond, Judepeudeut. Dr. George Clingan, Liber- 'R.' A. Knight, Conservative.'' WHY OIL STOCKS SAG ome Statistics of Production the Story, O'f the" veils Jay, 562 were 1G3 produced nly gas. The average production for ich completed well was_ about 76 bar- Considering the cost ot Ihe wells and ie remuneration' '.expected by laud- iMiers this Is In no means bo goHcn return as tile oil compin re nnouiicemenU standard Oil Company adds to the'pe: Imism of thweVIgure by a statement, that of tho 225.0M 01! veils nowroperating-ia this country bout 90 per cent, produce less than barrel of oil a day. in recent years he cost-.of -operVvtliig" has lidrmousiy. In" sonic" of- the districts t now costs to doll anil nulp a well .This discourages operations by prjv and bisin ess largely in the hands of corpora (Okla.) News SOVIET RUSSIA'S FOREIGN POLIO1 USE FUMES TB. Manitoba Out Government 'Sends Flame-Throwers Against Pests. June throwers were despatched to iKe Loraine district today by tde provincial government in ,iht task of eliminating the grass-.: 'hoppers as a crop menace In the-'-'. section of the vlnce. Two have been sent for- ward and .if they prove a- more will follow. In the main, the bait is praying an "efficient chMk oh "the Attention Is voted to the problem by all depart- msnjs of tho provincial "govern- ment and many ingenious methods of killing grasshoppers Have'been" p'Jt forward, fornia orchardists. have been abla to' produce a fratt that ias almost dtfr-' en, the imported article of V.'est, and; to ail ever-Increasing ex- tent Is replacing the Smyrna-grown fig In the markets of the iiist. The Snvyrn.a fig, or, as ii Js called jrheli growa In California, tho Call- myraa, US an 'exceedingly profiiable crop prevail ins prices. Like every ptaer i profitable its drawbacks. The tig UPTON'S SHAMROCK IV. IS LAUNCHED CALIFORNIA FIGS crop, it has _ is a delicate frutf, easily spoiled, and it cannot be grown successfully everywhere. Cll- must he so adjusted' to the'life'cycle of the blastophagai thai tha breeding swarms of the wasp vriU'colnclde-with the opening of the fig flowers. Happily, such conditions prevail through most of the Sac Joaquln and Sacramento Valleys. There was some tittle "trouble-. ,n establishing the cycle 'at first, it rmoothly. .Boil Is suitable and ihe prcvail- ..j lug sunshine au even and err- -i taiu drying of the fruit. Fis orchards are spreading wipidly throueh the val- tey. It is.risky ici say wliiit meu liave from CuHmyrna in SUIDU cases the acreage: turnolt has been atmoit fabulous." i' Of California fig grow- ers have enjoyed.a specially favored season' during Lctausi? of thi importations from Asia SJinor. But they, were doing be- fore the .war. The future ir more Comparatively New Product That' Is Overtopplgg the Smyrna Since IS9S, wlion the, blastophagn wasp successfully domiciled in California, the Smyrna fig State has to greav importance and value tbo ax! of Uie wasp which is to nd proper maturit> of Ihq lig "Calt antl cd' method a hopeful. The .product is toutinually improving. -.The flavor of tlie fis has IOIIK good-as that of tbp im ported article in, some oilier respects. notably! the delicacy of the skin, the Calimyrna lias hot quite equalled the sir .Tliornas Llpton's cup challenger, the Shamrock TV., was launched successfully yesterday Jacob's Yara" best from Smyrna. It -must be remem- City Island, N.Y.-Tha sloop has betn thoroughly overhauled and'will have her lofty mast stepped soon to her Cue.natives of Asia Minor irst trial spins in have been drying" figs for thousands MOSCOW, June a speech o the congress of Cbinese worker which-is now Moscow, M Vosnesensky, hea'tl of the eastern de lartiaenti ot foreign: affairs, Indicate .he basis '.of Russia's policy tdwar revolutionary movements" in-.7urkey. Persia'1, anil, other eastern, countries. The speaker said" Russia''was ,no onger Insignificant but was now a tremendous: force and that she was prepared to'lend to all riatloos ElrugBllpg for' freedomj net only those .based on-tha Soviet prin- ciples but to all appealed to soviet Russia [or matt-Hal assistance. There's a Bob Long Glove for Every Job Xlggcfs Btlelclaycfj Fanners Rancher! Truck DriYCt GbrlufieuTj If your Glore ii not listed here, osk yotir dealer BOB LONG UNION MADI v :GLOVES NUde by skilled workmen froai ledther soft and pliihle, R. G. LONG Co., Untiled 'Bah Lift BranJt Ceail lo Cttst TI, ton, Independent AycUe. Inde'pend ent Liberal; Y. .f. Last, Conservative; W. It Club, United '.Kennedy, Conserra- tivo; H. Winklcr, Liberal. Graham. Liberal; Reuben .T. Wausli. Cdoservative; Jolin M. Wright.' Farmer. Porlage la A. Me- I'herson.' Faii'cett Taylor. Conwrvntlvo. Y6ii can .gcneially lell when (h6 heart fs affected by the faint and dizzy, spells, the shortness of throhbing, irregular beating, j Bflnsalions, weak, sinking, eling, choking sensation, etc, Many men and women becomes run- down and worn out when otherwise could ho strong nnd healthy If they would only pay soulo altcniion to tho first sign ot heart w'catinens. No remedy will do so much to mako ihe heart regain strength nnd vigor, regulate its beat and rcstoro l( to a healthy and norms! condition as Mil-: burn's Heart and Nerve Pills. Sirs. C. ,A. S. Draka, Paris, Out., have used on towards the second hos of itfilhurn's Heart find Xervo Pills and find they havo done mo go'fd. those fainting, dizzy spalia once In a while, onil also wyak- nrss and "snd would so cHokeo up at times I hardly sleep without sitting uj> in bed. When walking too fast I would hitvc to slop and fry to catch my hroalh. I feel lot better slnco I have >iaod yunr pills and kncftv' that they have helped me wonderfully ac I have Youny Xewton, very mucTi." Major -Henry UrdEoh. Independent r' liich-1 Sue'a ttox nt all dealers iiiailoil ilireut on receipt cf price Magnificent Exhibit At The Calgary Fair Visitors to the Calgary fair will have an opportunity of. seeing one 01 the finest exhibits ot er shown In Calgary. Our exhibit will be in the Industrial Buildlng-and eoc- sists of the different style in the choicest miuogaoy, hurl walnut antf fumed oal We will also show some of the latest styles m Brunswick Phonographs Every instrument In Ihe eihibifwlU he.for special tennis dur-. ing the fair i HAVE OPENING FOR GOOD REPRESENTA- TIVES FOR-LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT; ALSO IN ALL UNREPRE- SENTED TERRITORY. Co.f Limited 322 EIGHTH WEST, CALGARY J. D. I A.-0. Conscrvall ____ T.'JIilt.ufn Co., Toronto' lvc; Oco.- 'Advetu __J Why Pay More A TRIAL ORDER WlLlJcONVJNCE YOU THAT WE ARE OFFER- ING THE BEST; VALUE'IN THE CITV IN PHONE YOUR ORDERS FREE DELIVERY PHONE 1314 Flour, with grocei-y orders, 98s; 49s, Sugar, with grocery 20 Ibs. for Brookfield Butter, per Ib. 65c Finest Dairy Butler; 2 Ibs, for 8Sc Swift's 3s, 5s, 10s, Tomatoes, per tin 20.c Corn, per tin 20c Fresh Rhubarb, 3 Ibs. for 25c Cheese, perlb, 35c Hot House Tomatoes, per Ib. 45c St. Charles' Milk, jjerlm Y.-.V.-.'.'.'. V. 15c A. Johnston jroprcyes from .seaspn season. The industry In California depends on the acy of the skin of fig Is.a real wonder Is that this fig bos.bean rtlii price recei.ved brought lo so high a pf-peffec- fpr the proiuct and the cost of labor. Stnerlrneni is bringing, to California tion m California in so snort a-Jtirne- require'a good deal of hand work. arietles better and better adapted th'e case of many and a degree ot care Hid skill'above o conditions here and the handling) other-fruits, the future of the fie the Francisco1 Chronicle. MAKE THAT LAUGH (Novelty Fox .Trol) ahotlicr.dandy lox trot on the reverse side and bothara playiil by. Harry Radcrmafn's Novelty Orchestra; His-Master's Voice "His Master's Voice Records TIIAT WILL ADD JOY TO YOUR SUMMER DANCES Oriental Coleman's My Sahara Trot. _ Coleraan's Orchestra Venetian Trot Eps Qua rift of Washington Trot [2J6H7 Van Efij Murray's Melcxly ,.3 Trot ildody Come. Htnri'i Orthtsltal In Wy Sweet Little Alice Ulue Fox Trot Melody Men) All on 10-inch, double-sided, now on sale at Any "His Master's Voice" dealer will gladly play anysclcction you wish to hear and demonstrate tlie Victrola WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. "HOME OF CANADA'S BEST 707 Third Ave. South (Hull Block) 426.THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH' We Are Agents for the VICTROLA and VICTOR RECORDS Large Steck of Both, from which to Select Mason Ris.ch9 Limited BALMORAL BLOCK ALBERTA ;