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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNK 29. 1020 '.f.ETHBttWGK DAILY UFIA.Ln PAGE ELEVEN _ _____ --j- iCogiinne.1 rrom From JMte.l a the Irish rct-og-1 Mr, finally lo ration proposal and represents i compromise and ifce house udjdur.if-t. (the. weie aiCAupjjit 4 a.m. i those co appear on the prohibition is j Hou, i'.. J. Poheri? informed Pr. Samuel Rompers, of I Belaud, lhat Tuesday's tmnreps in -the American l-Vderailou Ijibor, j cJudtxt "all the business to (ranted a bea.ius on the satton." j >ot organized Labor. Ask Naval j i Sinn i OTTAWA, IV tt.uusfllan SAN' FilANtMSfO. The i Pressi.- When tV hruiif opened Sinn Pern plttdeJ last aftertuxra, Hun. 1.. MacXensie Kiup Daily Fashion BT GcrlnidP Berorford i from they will uot only lost her. She lias to the police for ihMr avu this ytiu-.hut assistance in locating her other perhaps mllos avay, year r loso his crop vein- thiuugh their conrentEoii. ia hki today asiaU- H the parly for its Chlca po bitler !u (hero at asked l( there was any i-orre--poaucuie the Canadian ;uui tlrlilsh gov-j ermueots in regard to tulips to; 10 I'atutla by the MolV.tr flight the ratHVatlon of trMir or irons covenant. The grtftier or the wnateri pUttcrm speech lafceu up with hi a thHr ri'tn of the iilaifojrox white be referred to au Jumble ambiCRitica. eva- sions. straddles anil slamtere. He declared that, ten- ert by every standard which voters usually Democratic partr the coming I that un-1 it ivas ot y conrileutist characteri be tabled. ,t1end coQieatloa. i-es were uade by Gammon t L the Irish Ton city, Sir Hubert Honied tinged with argument j m iutiuwcc the ,the supfort- Hon. 0. ?a-'1 (Kve was j t-ulv caMosruui, miti ibis the i Uriiish could' i not B'.-vcpl all il.e eJiips offered, hut- jouly those wfcu-h hid discussed. vis.: Otie cralser, two'deatroyera ami; two submarines. would prorocatiou IT iKe leader of the .opposStioa 10 desirpd. f ttnest arXed for !he tab-j (Continued Irom-P _.s entitled io ric: Mr.-BaUautyne said no before prorogation of the report to tbe tii-al S'uaesticnB for an alierr-nlre em roorgaulzation of the house of clpmnalicn of the president for aeXing J hid made by the COEICIODB Btaft. anlliority M( congrosi In eiercl'e govGrumeal's iwerlai natal, Hon. N. W. KoweH replied ihftt the i mandate fur Armenia, he said: t [report was not but he! 'U ha? nerer been contemplaied by The debate ended In a diseuJsioii would Iry to pf't U down as rftiuested. anyone lhat the l-nited Sulefi'tbould i between Mr. Hallaotyne and Mr. KinR Senat? areendtnpnts tc the" ibfl responsibility without first ou the for the additional TCJIB. i amending ihc criminal cude iccre con-' prencrlblnc the terms and conditions j Vote was then lafcen ou naaln rurred in without ami Itie of'tie maTirirtte. It would nwt be iliffi- f estimate of which was adopt- to amend the Judges' Act, cuH !or th? States so to safe-Jed without division. The supplewfn- for increases In jutl'.i'iat jcnard UB resporsaihilitics to pro-: '.ary tote of Jl.TOQ.OQO was'ihen c.arce up fur t-ocond nadiug.! reed with the united support of Kng- ed on a slandins oC Jn fator laml, France, Italy, aud Jawiv :of adoption, and 31 as .every oiher member of the Isapue. Refuses to Adjourn Li Prairie aud Napier opyoEPd' VoVond' rVa'diiiK. Jle yiiid' that the vouiilry was saddlej "The mandate may readily bo made i The niniiler then proceeded at J a heavy Mfl the government no( Ke, the money Mr, i'rouix seconded 1r. ihen moved six months'I of the .bill. j Mr. Best asked if judges. on retirement, would an in-j the inrrfAJsa granted in j Mr, artded (h3t ho to j see public Fpriants well p.itit for their- se-rrites. tut the business something of a crJme. i I FJtrroers in the Pineher Creek dls- trlcl are now purchaslpg in Large (juantU'.OB. They arp doing Ibia The local police, of; been ytqyeMed by po- lite to assist In the search [or ino Wa.'asa Corrao. tbe son. The mother, who 14. getting along in yeare. the AlberU Hay Growers' Aa- Is feeliiiR, her, disappointment keenly. iociatlon. Siding aud High j according to KOFI! rtceired here niid I lliver farnicra are geltEng from [at belioved her son is I the ami at Magrath onn I'rlJge'or "vV-IuHy the ani- er found ninety-three'dead hopiierson! ious to learn hls'wUrrrfiiboutB. so I a square foot ot his li'nd after poisoai thai the ipothXT'tian'bt advised, j bad been pul ands wa.it workioR i StratbTUOfft farnTtr? rrpoia ---.j_ j tion from the UM> of the bait. In a rtaUurairt in Calgiiy and il'ia. believed he came to siru-y iheji uiit SO fsr "f biai beeu found. C-Arrati is rtesvribed ri betay betirpen five foot aix (eel lu height, three years of CRC, jiCundB. Ke left NVinoljiep about threj yeans ago. Too Uuelph vlsiteA by a naan whose td unknown afur- his'-dcpa a iiuuiilit.i1 ot -eoc-atny- suit inor 1 Antonino Corfao Is .Believed To 1 .__ jje in This District with th al Itho way from Italy hope of meeting in Mrs, was doonsed to i: hud not Been her i 1 eoii.for ,maDy, years was full of :i T j molher's il re-am, about bcr son in a j ftrauge land. and now1 she has sUrteil i rnachiriery workins throusyimt vrcsl- j ern Canada tn bring her sou bark to fplf-suitainioK Why, should the i a.m. to introduce potue minor esli- preeldenl'p request be treated us mates 'of the cavVi Wban cious? The Republican party refused to'Xdjouru without passing deny encouragement or assistanre to; these esllmatef. Mr. Mackcutic KliiR' Armenia, aiid would protsctor' that if the jovernment ale on Mexico. They doat to Ihe the oi'posilion would that the i appeal of the bui. always, housv did not uiorogus Tuesday ntght. i (bey are sensitive to the call of wealth.; Mr. King said there was au under- Platform Obstacles the huuse wuald SAX KTtANCISrO, June ufter adoption uf the naval preparation of the Democratic plat-: Nlr.. Jiallantyne sa.lt! ibat form dflegated laet night to a sub the innierslandiug had been that all mil tea of nine under aduiiniatmtion uuvul estimates would be passed. !f Baited the plat- the opposition toolv the- atlllnde it'was to form of 5S Iteot open to: would flntl lhat the; governmeut could t i hear and arguments "Mirk as Ions as they." Tno minuter ot justice replied lhat -round ou which are disposed small from many Murrw. f II. S, Belaifd said the opposition un-1 riovapnolnten .would rea-ive pink- roses and squares of Irish and the liquor derstuud lhat the business set apart: a baseu on his. present salary' green chiffon are appiiqucd on the all subjects of disagreement among l for today was complete. Mutual con-1 am! not ou the saSary. Ujtuuic so thct they-form a novel du- pmy leaders will he up for delate at sideratiou would buBloasa In was proposed that (or _the future a; conilfon. The bodire, very snug-fit- j pnhllc hearings. Be-liheend. J judge abonld le paid'a iwnsiou equlva-j ting, is slightly drawn iUx at UT there were mauy sppRkerH ou is-1 Mr. Rallanlynp said that the agree- -.lent to thirds of his salary In- hut neapltp the full lunie i AN AFTERNOON DRESS OF FOULARD AND CHIFFON i of the most interesting tenden- s in the realms "o! (aslifom at e ir, the union of diffprem lubrU-s dross. This revea.s the com- f bimuion of foulard ami chiffon. The foiilarrt shows R very pale green n Qn of leas controversy aud there j ntent clear and the natal pni-i IttUe prosrset that long j 'be 'completed In a faw j Hat could he finished until late in the Mr. Ballan-; day. f tyue Added, the leader of the oppoaJ- Meantime, as obEftrTers studied the tion hVrf lost his temper and left the j maks-up of the it i bouse In a huff.' Some opposition't came more apparent lhat the real con- 'members protested indignantly. P- f. (eat oTe-r the platform would come VCasgratn TeinarXed that Mr. Marfcen-. after the sub-committee report hadjzie Kins hadx borne the brunt of the been laid before the lull committee for -day while.-the government was able ST. Win. J. Bryan, omitted by the to divide the burden. M. H. Stevena said that mncb tJma had wasted and it was little won- a d mi rii at rat Ion from member- ship on suh-committee. said he u< probably wonld not prefient his if inerahBrB thek temper. HvffBOD and 'Roval View Rate- on: prohibition, the of nations Ms .very .hut I Is in the'uncier- skirt. The 'hat of Hghi jreen straw j is trimmed with lilies of the raiiey, i and other anhjecU (wr sut conBideration at all. .By the UBanimoms selection of Sen- ator