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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE 20, 1920- THR DAILY HE PAGE ELEVEN United' States Authorities Cur- tailing Shipments of Coal to Discussed in House. OTTAWA. Juno Canadian renort ol the select com- ciittee on public accounts was tabled Jt the opening pT tba house this alter- In the matters Investigated It vafl found 11: at vouchers were avail- able for all payments and tbat all accounts wers order. The report was tsbled by It B. Morphy, N'orth .Hume Cronyn, moved tbat a further 1.000 copies ,in English of tbe1 hous'e report.of the 'special com- mltlee on "pensions" and" re-estab'llsli- bo printed .for distribution. Col. John Curria, Sfrrjcoe, chairman of th.9 lirintin's committee, protested that his eommHlee had received no request that these ba priateJ. and, BE the- mo- tion requires -unanimous consent. It Y'as allowed, to stand. Reading from an srticie In tbe Montreal Gazette, Joseph bault. ChamMy-Verchercs, anted tho government regarding the status of trade between Cauada and soviet Rus- sia. He quoted the newspaper ,as sutlng that C. A. X. Martens, repre- sentative ftt the soviet E''vernmenl In the United States, had said that mil- lions of dollars in contracts for food, and clothing had been closed between Canadians anJ soviet Russia. Mr. Archambault asVed If trade hid been resumed with Russia; was the government aware of these contracts mader And it fact that Premier Uojd George and Gregory Kmsln were in- strumental., in arnsctng theBi con- tracts? Foster Jsnorjnt Sir George Foster replied that there were no restrictions against trading with RuEElans but thai Canadians were not given any more facilities there than elsewhere. He knew noth- ing of the supposed negotiations, but had beeu approached and asHed If the Canadian government would otter been stated that numerous contracts had been closed between Canadians and Russians. In about five minutes tea divorce bills then passed through the com- rultteo and were given '.bird reading. Referring to iho termination of the commercial treaty with France, Hon. R. Lemleus asked tbe minister o! trade and commerce he was aware of the fact that Crunch importations I now coming in under the geueral'tarIK rates were discriminated againit by the admission of many simitar goods Japan. Belgium, The Neth- erlands and Italy under the fnteruie- jdlate tariff. Sir Oeorge Foster: Mr. Lemicux: "In srder not to die- air. .in craer not 10 QIS- locate the trade which has developed between Canada and France, ohould not the minister offer by cable to the French government, our interme- diate tariff against their minimum tar- Id pending negotiations toward a per- manent "Steps have already been taken in the direction Indicated by the ques- tion." Sir George Foster replied. Sir Robert Borden moved that the Iwo resolutions which provide tor In- creased session mem- bers, and increases In salary to judges and cabinet ministers be taken up to- day. The motion carried. The house then went into commit- tee on a resolution which provides for amendments to the Railway granting the railway commission power to lake any action It sees {It to deal with "real or' apprehended scarcity of coat or other fuel supplies in Canada." any objections. Unofficially It had In moving the resolution, the prime WEAR A Special values of fering all day Wednesday at Simpson's SUITS, DRESSES; MIDDIES, OUTING SKIRTS, BLOUSES, FINE UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, BOYS' WASH SUITS, JERSEYS. ALL HOLI- DAY GOODS HAVE FIRST PLACE AT THIS STORE ALL DAY WEDNESDAY. WOMEN'S MISSES JERSEY SUITS Unlived euits of fine wool jersey In rose, copen, paddy, grey and bearer. Special f-t rtft- price, per suit SUITS OF SERGE, TRICOTINE AND GABARDINE Ail our flnesl suits that sold up to J100.00 each are on sale Wednesday at, per AA LADIES'MIDDIES Silk'Middiesat Cotton Middies at to Good styles, perfect ivashinff materials, aurj very cheap at above prices. SPECIAL MIDDY SALE A big collection of first class middies in white colored trimmings or all white. Splendid material! in perfect condition. Somo are samples, others are a little crushed. Wednesday 1 nr Sn.oclal................................. 1.1 J SUMMER DRESSES FOR WOMEN AND MISSES GINGHAMS, VOILES, CHAMBRAYS AND TAFFETAS, A SPLENDID VARIETY OF STYLES AND COLORINGS TO CHOOSE FROM. FINEST GINGHAM DRESSES.-r-Well made and: finished. Priced at, each and ELEGANT DRESSES OF FIGURED each and SILK TAFFETA much in demand just now. Real smart styles in navy, black, sand and copen. Priced at, each and GIRLS'MIDDIES, SPECIAL 50 Girls' Middies lov G to 14 ycara In all Vhite with colored trimmings. pri Splcndfd quality materials. Wed. Price VALUE SILK HOSIERY FOR Woinsn'a Silk Hosiery In white, black, navy, grey nnd champagne. A stocking that will give fatiafactory wear and fits tho foot and ankle. All day Wednesday, ?2.00 values selling -i at...................................... l.DU LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SUN SHADES All fancy sun shades and paraaoU on salo Wednesday at a discount of 10 per cent. Regular values J1.25 to WHITE OUTING SKIRTS A special vaJae in this aklrt at 53.60. Mado oi fine'gabardine with pockets nml belt. o C A Special at Other Thlte Skirls ot HOO, H50 and. LITTLE BOYS' WASH SUITS FOR THE A special offering 35 suita that told up to J3.00. On sale al, cscli................................... Other regular linc-s selling at, per up to HOO COTTON JERSEYS FOR THE BOYS HOLIDAY SPECIAL Colors navy, grer. brown, fcrinkl, long or short aleevos, tjullorer or Imltoned neck. Special Price Wednesday, each The Simpson Co. minister stated that Hou. J. D. iteld. minister ot railways, and Hon. Gideon Kobertson, minister ot labor, had bean looking Into the coal situation, which had become serious, especially during th-3 few days. Those min- isters had mate a report which show- ed that, since the luoiuh of April, re- ceipts of coal in Canada bad been be- coming very irregular. Tbe provinces of Ontario and Que- bec were practically dependent the outqido for their supplies of coal, which were short, by over a hundred car.s ovpry. day. iu the United Stales were closing down ow- ing to the coal shortage, and the con- trol and Direction of fuel supplies had been placed in the hands of the Inter- state commerce commission. This commission had placed an embargo on shipment of coal from Atlantic ports to countries oiitside ot the Unit- ed States and had made n regulation lliEt coal should be shipped to Canada only if the cars would be unloaded within 24 hours. In view ot the fact that the United States had placed an embargo on the eipo'rt of coal to Europe, It was prob- able that Canada must take similar action, if she expecteJ to receive any coal from the United States, said Sir Robert. While the United States eierciscs a fuel control and established priority for Us essential Industries in consump- tion, it was unlikely that exports "would be.permitted to Canada unless a responsible administration vrlth ex- ecutive powers similar to that ot the inter-state commerce commission dls- buled the when It reached Can- a. Public opinion in the United States ould prevent the tree shipment of a ntrollcd article, to another country r indiscriminate use. HULL BLOCK Phone 625 TO POLLS esult Is Mix-up and Further Delay in Results in the Capital. WINNIPEG. Juno 29. (Canadian will be late on Thursday efore the identity of all of Wlnni 10 members in the next legts lure of Manitoba is known, accord g to tile belief of Ronald Hooper o honorary secretary of thi 'oporllonal representation society o inada who iB here to lend hla cxper ssistance In tbe compiling of tho vol hlch Is being cast in Winnipeg to- ay. This city Is giving "P. n." it rst CeSt in Canada in n parliamentary and the presence in the Belt fo'rty-ono candidates make the tea us of'grest.-'BevoJjty.Y'Tho prelimin ry. count 'tpnlgnt-Slpflrat'choices fo 16 candjdafes may'indjcate the eleo oh ot one'of; two candidates, but th location qf Votes rrteccssary to dem the-will ot the .electors ma e eipected to take' the best part o S hours, according to Mr. Hooper. No voter is absent from the poll oday; because of weather, which i the development of a good eal. of quiet interest in the election award HE latter stages may have its esuit In a fairly heavy poll. The Norrls government and the Con- ervative> opposition both claim that ictpry is assured. Labor and Social- it candidates eipect to mate a good howing in Winnipeg and the numer- us Indejiendeut candidates are mi un- ertnlri Deputies Not on Time Juiie 29. Winnipeg lectors who went to tlic polls early oday to vote in tbe provincial clec- ons were disappolnlcd in many cases. n al least 20 polling Bub-divisions out f -317' the deputy returning officers vere.absent at 9 o'clock, when the oils were due to open, and In some BEBS the deputies had not made an ppearancc at noon. It was staled that Conservative eadquaflera were making note of tho ifficultles In each poll, and It was uggested that this action was being aken. willi a view to a possible pro- est should tho result oi the election 10 close. Officials point out that the adoption Of proportional representation vote had nothing to do with the delays. Ab- sence of ballot boxes wero reported !rom some polls.' Indications this afternoon' were that heavy vote would' be registered throughout the city and province. Doputy returning officers have been instructed by the attorney-general, aw> ing to the failure ot 40 deputies to re port at 20 polling prompt ly, to keep the polls open until al' volcrs present at five o'clock have voted. This delay in voting will possibly cause n delay in tho announcement o: tho first preferences, linnald Hooper proportional representation expert ticre, stated, licports received fron tho country indicate that the voting is running along smoothly all over tho province. FOUR KILLED WHEN HOTEL WALLS COLLAPSE DUFr'AI.O, N. V.. June persons were killed and an undeter mined r.umber injured today by the collapse of the walls ot tho Suther land lower Main street lodg Ing house. Eighty men occupied room In tho building last night and tho day clerk had no information as to th number of persons in the building when tho crash came. The bodies of the four men taken from the nihis were unidentified. Several of tho Injured said an ex plosion preceded tho collapse of thi building, hut the day clerk who wa on tho ground floor satd lie bean none, and the firemen found to indicate that an explosion had oc curred. Perlny Munn. of Ilavorsyille, N.B was (irresteil for forcing time chaquc on tho I'raftr Companies, Limited BAWDEN BROS. Srd'AVE; S, PHONE 625 lontii-Enti and M-End Specials Goods from every department at prices should keep us busy. No Trouble to Choose A Bed Here Bjass Bed, 2-Inch continuous post in latin finish. Sizes t p and Sin............ 43.UU Brass Bed. 3-inch stratRht post with %-inch fillers in satin Jtoyal ribbon linleh. in rn Price White Enamelled Two-Inch continuous post with one- inch fillers............ Chesterfields and Chairs at Special Prices Very heavily overstuffed suite of Chestffileld Chair and Hooker, guaranteed upholstering of hair and moss only, high grade, tapest- ry covering. This is a suite that will give you the satisfaction and service you look tor. oOft Special.............. dOU.UU Other Suitei from to 1575XJO Straight post style with one-Inch fillers. Price White, Enamelled Beds, priced up 15.50, I'Bite Enamelled Beds, priced up o All Cotton Felt Mattress Filled with pure white felted cotton, BOft and comtortable. Will never sag, mat or get on rtft lumpy. Special....................... Brass Bed, Coil Spring and Cotton Felt Mattress Two-inch post brass bed, satin' rlbbon.Jinlsh. Good quality coil spring with 100 oil tempered springs on angle steel I ra me and an nl If cited cotton mat- tress. Special................... White Enamelled Bed, link Spring and Combination Mattress White, enamel bed with brass caps and fancy xkaped fillers, good quality link spring on all steel frame. Mattress filled with curl- ed wood fibre with cotton covariag OA both eldcsj Special Linoleum Rugs Three..sizes only, and about a dozen left. 6x9 112.50 feet 9x9 PRINTED 2 Yard 2.85 QUALITY D1NIKG ROOM FURNITURE Each suite consists of elfcht pieces. Buffet, eitenslon table and six chalra. Made of best quality Win dried Quarter cut oak with gen- uine leather seated chairs. One In Fumed Oak, Special One In Old English, Special One in Golden Oak, SptelJl CURTAINS AND DRAPES' quality Scotch Madras'al, vard............... Bordered Voiles and' 5Iar- quleettes, yard :C C 45cand ODC Three pieces Cretonne, good colorings. Heg- A ulor G5c for Dll.C Very line quality Mar- quisette, per yard...............OUC Carpet Dept. Velvet MaW, sire 24x48, euiteble for hall or archway. Special.............. 4.80 Bodroom Rugs, about six In all, mostly 9i9 feet; the marked price is than factory cost, to clear 15 per cent. off. Crockery Dept. 50 piece Dinner .Sets. Pour different patterns, all open slockl 9! 91 9C Caps and Saucers. Plain white cups 1 od and saucbrs, Orlde sha pe, 6 f or 1 L D Clover Ijeaf design, good heavy Weight I for every day ase, 6 for........... Closing-out our Grocery Department To Make Room for Furniture OuV furniture.business has outgrown the present-store and to cope the increasing trade we are forced to have more show room. Hence closing out Grocery Stock and will use both stores for furniture. We Advise You To Stock Up On Groceries as we are Selling Now at Wholesale Prices. OPEN on WEDNESDAY, FRIDA Y and SA TURD A Y FOR SALE-Store Fixtures, Horse, Harness and Wagon L. C. TEEPLE .FURNITURE AND GROCERIES ;