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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SIXTEEN' i.RTJinnincE. DAILY HKKATD FR5DAY, JUra iLLLo mm bi, Stro'.ixht ui> .my tims on -i motion- to so into of fui'jily. j Tliird refills pivcu to the cussion. i Textile Explain j MQXTRKA1., June 25.--'Hie ivpre-, senatioiis made itf cabinet by this referred to ii: Htti alk'satiuu i'f i Commissioner Mm duck's ItuiT to of Sinn Fclai. councils In Sou'h Tipuerary, farrick- oii'Shaunon. and cdhfr places have. Ihe liegurliuvul yf, Asricullure "t Ot- ui'.a. H is there sluiwn ibat ihe most ttiiUly eruwu varieties develop-j extraordinary! cd hy Canadian 1'reston.' of enthusiasm. Resolutions' SiaiiU-y. liuroo. O.A.I'. Xo. have been adopted acknowledging the! 101, .Marquis. Ruby ami 1'ivludo have i authority of the Slim Felu .ych'ilieir valuable i.utcrs. The his- j congratulating Ihr Irish Republican} tory anil characterises of each are on Us manifold success, and' given. The Seed HrJiich ami the litlHKK upon th'.' army to protect the; the Canadian Seed j lives and property .of the citizens. Con-j Growers' Associatimi iii cxtciidins the; ies of thesit resolutions have beoii for premier, were'made n deputation i'f: 0( vane-lies. The i warded lo Ihe xavernincnlE of Kiiropoi tho Canadian Manufacturers' uraucll emouiases seed and the United States, crop comus-Utions ami sred tests I setds; for farmers anil merchants, in lion frora Montreal, according lo a .statement by. 1. secretary i of the thi- iiu'rmntf. Tin: jUxtile uiantiui''.urer.-. Mr. Oo-jld said. were williiiK to answer Iho aue- tions ami give Hoard of Co.nmeivf all ihe information it desired in the j spects seeds On .sale. Says Robson Had Intended to Resign for Long Time Before He Borden Says Whole Corref-ondence 1 I I lUte questiounaire submitted in such a IDiCU. I answer the nnes- j ___------------ uiotis as 10 expenditures so they TOIiOVTO June W.-Tbe Toronto taken in this dim- j would uot leave the miimiMctrtrers in Star Jiiilov mililisliM allliuush llie Iward was surely! a false iii r> "Wit 01 All Resignations Will DC Arthur of Connaught has governor-general ot i staves aiid utensils. o or himler the .hMucppuo. SATURDAY AT SIMPSONS A FEW EXTRA SPECIALS THAT ARE REAL BUSINESS PULLERS. dock today jjave euiphatic and f'irti denial to the by ftollfon In a iH.siiatfh from toJay. staii'inciiL by Mr. Jlurdoek last nishi "Mr. Mnniuck in.lits letter ilclalkil i ut cousitteiol'io length ihe c-ircilifi- sLiiK-Wi of his r.psioiiitment lo thu board and fiisl vvilh Jllilge dlirinc which Ihe judge iriiinusteil thai lie did not i slice I to hold ihc' po-sitlon chairman of :hs Ions and as Mr. Mnrdock in a po.-ilioti to relurn to hti this n-as-iortnnali'. ami the jnrtse that they shouul car- ry o't for a and then liiter make aTrAUCementi; lo both resign toS'.Hh'.T or nearly KO. Then fellows an account of what occurred al various sessions iif lite hoard, largely dealing with (if waiting the decision ot ihe nrrvy council In London on the constitution- if fore King Wants Correspondence A! the opening of the house Mr.; Kins said that, assuniing-tbc .publish- j ed letter from Munlock to lie tha, correct version, he would like to sag- j that the correspondence which MORE AND BETTER WHEAT iiied it. Premier Explains I countries ef the worid. Both Sir liobert said that he only rccen--! provincial deiuriutenls of j Mr. letter today. He pre-1 bave done their fliare (in! the same as the- vcrs- j wheat varieties and es-! tendtiiK the growth of this cereal. Aji Interesting account of the work that has been done is contain- ed in tlie May number of The Agri- cultural Uazette. the official organ of "At noon on January 16. the chair-.' M mnn rt.i 1 batl lunch at ihe King Ed- ward Hotel and during the course (if privy board." the decision of council before filling the the lunch, he suBgested. that we resign. contrary. to j tosether.' reasons if. j a suilable jo appoint] opposition, to the boards efforts, etc- o'CoDttor rcslgued. 1 did say i snd he had reason to believe that 1 was, JJr Murdocfe-'then that theqiies-; sympalliciicnliy iuvlined to consider Hie iiiatitrof.reMgiiinif, "Tlie Judge, at .Una !ijn.o Jh- of T..as 6criou5 ;1 character the government i ,mlA ta maWc ,0 givc it proper at-' hai coulil no: lie tipect-j after prorogation. I went; v s. etc. .that genllemaii suggested by. Mr. Mur-; i a suitable chairman, but there ,is some jloubt lhat this gentleman i the post. Jly reply 'to Jlr. i ed