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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE MfTHaiUOGK OATLY HKflATAJ WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1920. Murdoch's "Diminutive Fictions" No Ground For v' Investigation -Meighen OTTAWA. Juno there iras aotllnr In-tit "crilcfk allocations, igaioft the of sufficient iangible furm to be the.basis-of an investimation- was the government's reply to deaiaads at Uberal menbers- .fnr an innulry into the charges. The lung-hcraMed debate oa tha Uardock thargcs lasted from 11 o'clock last uUhl until U.30 tills morning. Arthur Melgttea said he saw no reason for referring to Ihc as "a Ihf wily leasoo the SOT- prniaent bad for not publishing tho Robsou letters being >vas Judge Itob- son'3 persousl protest against publica- tion. They did uct reflect on tho gor- emmeaL The joTernroent TfuuItS welcome sn Investigation based on facts Inslcsd of diminutive fkitons-" A suggestion to proceed wMH esti- mates was objected to on acccunt of j tho lateness of the hoar, bug- j thit the house reoet at 11 o'clock. this Haet tJoas also. This litter course had been sngsest- -Ad to biisttiess of the ses- staa beiag finiihesi ludsy. Tic house urned at ajn. until two o'clock thij a FARMERS' GET HALF MONEY OF PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATES IN -JULY OTTAWA, June vlH Qtiy. percent of the excels due them ou Canada wheat board certifi- stoat Julj 15 next. Deflblte in- noujiceiuent has Iweo made that thia ves ou the original wheat price will a; foriy ceats per bushel; ittorvleTred .t.T tie Pross regarding the 'exact effect of the 4n- Sir Oeorse staled that ibe emct price ot last eeasbri's wheat crop would not -be decided, yet Sev- eral million bushels. to bo dispo3e4 of by ttie p board, hut mean- time the boari TconM'Va raate fifty iierceD t pay meat, to xbe1- c growers' and tbls would toe 'less twenty cents per bushel. Tha balance vrbu'd be "payable vrhen the marketing of last scasoa'5 crop was completed, aud not Inter than the end of the preseat 3-ear. NEW HUDSON'S BAY CO. LAND COMMISSIONER MONTREAL, June The Hud- son's Bay Company has announced the appointment of H. F. Harm on" to the position of land commissioner of tho company headquarters at Winui peg, vice James Thomson, resigued. If You Enjoy Good Coffee DO THIS- Onler BRAND" inade choicest ujiliwl besxies, grown in JuztiHotii Kiili, fo3 cf no-Jrishaient vicil jda the tuw bleoHeii aoJ SEAL; BRAND Then in tasting, attUapoonfuJ of Co tatntru-s, i dasK ofcoJawttfr. VourcwIerKlIs sv-hob, graand, and m i arai iJl tins, fcetmeOcaUy' tuled, to tbu iddjej -JTKI rim in oripoil strtngth-.- CHASE s Ilrilish Governmtni To Mate Protests Against Sections of Jones Snipping cans Issue Statement. NEW YOHK. Juiie Press.) srotUi dispatch (com Washington printed by thn Trilraae this indicate? that protests regarding tha dlstrimiuat'.on Canadian t'runFporlaUon interests in- volved In the Jones sblrplns bill will not retelve lery Eympatbcllc oration should the nett occupant tte White House be a out tte policies o! a Repab- j Kcan congress." According to the Tribune, i j meat was issued on Saturday by the] ItepubUcan publicity a ssoc latter..! which says: 3 "it Is qtjite probable thst President! Wilson vrill turn a sympathetic ear to !ne British protest against the Jones shipping hill. But after March 4. 1921. when a Republican president will be In the White House to carry] out the policies adopted by a Republi-j ran congress, there can be- no doubt 1 that tho spirit of ihe shipping bill r.'ill be maintained and a permanent merchant marine will be established." Official Statement Referring to the opposition of Great Briteia to provision of the ship- ping the It 'is uwooncad tint British COT- Is to maka to thfa prremmaut in la two fedora at IKe marcinnt MQ. rectaOf Boftd- ed tnto law by the Onftoi tSUtai cca- gien. One proyMpa li proMbiu cairryjne at mercSoadlse in otbcr American iUjw bttireta porii Tla foreign porta. Tha ofher fll- recta tae vnsHeol to tennmaU ra KXJB en prartlctbla all irWch rfrtzM Ua rljht J( UnilenJ SUteo tu impose discrijnmfitoiT wpon goods eatoring Aaaericaa ports m for elgo ships. There is no oasis In either or eonliy for, the- British objection. Tan Srst provision is designed to preTent discriminatory methods porsued by It has practice jJ ol Canadian afl tilde ID the United Sutea. an especially low me ot MOD, provided the commodities ;ara sect orer Canadian railroads to Yae- couvsr, and theuce on Canadian snip's to the American territory In lar north. Under American. regulation of rail- road rates it has not been practicable for railroad companies in the United States to give especially low rates conditioned upon the transportation of Ireigbt over. American steamship Hues to Alaska. The Finest Corn ever is our emchanging Standard, age holds the oven-fresh good- ness of Kejlogg's for Flake mule in ovi- ixv fcxlckeni TORONTO sad aivayi vuyyed ''W No of Government in This Connection'of Which It Is Afraid. OTTAWA, Jane the of commons last "night "Sir Robert Borden related the-proceedings' in connection with the appeal of certain textile manufacturers against an or- fler'ol the Board ot Commerce.- The manufacturers had annealed to-, the government against a questionnaire. The government then gave as' its opinion that the appeal had not ;been properly asserted and the mauufac- _ Infers were Informed that th5 i.6nly 'course ivhicn lay open to tlienTiras to go to the Board of Commeraa. Ip regard to delay ID appointing fi successor to Judge Rebson, Sir Rob- ert Eaid the time a reference to determine tho stains o[ tbe board was pending before the court. The Board ol Commerce had. up the questions referred to the au- prciue court and Mr. O'Connor was appointed to argue the case for the board. With such a ease pendiais when there was question board statra Sir Robert asked hare been possible for the government to secure the Eervices of a suitable successor to Judge'Robson with tha possibility that, "within a time''he might find himself chairman of enl board. The made, by Mr. Murdocfc .very vague. neliered Mr. Mnrdock to be perfectly sincere but he was a gentleman tioslow generating flame to wait for. It burns coal-oil and turns all of the fuel into useful heat. High, iowor flame burna dean, no smoke, no dis- agreeable The New Perfection Oil Cook Stove 13 Ijejpinr thousands oE hoiuewivcs to greater kitchen- comfort and more cookilig satisfaction. The long Bluo Chitpnoy burner is endorsed by j a big majofity ot the who use oi! cook stoves. During the hot .you'.' will appreciate Perfection equip- ment fully. It will give you a cool, convenient kitchen in Summer, and thorough satisfac- tion, with economy, every son of the year. ran supply (he you tltcd. Atk for dtmonslrition of Iht Lonj Blue Chiir.ney burner, or vtits Perfection booklel. IN ill SMS YOItK, Jnne billion dollar campaign of the Inter-church world movement has been .abandoned it wax announced following a meeting of the executive committee yesterday Hie enll-o project may end July S It vras said, when the general commit let will meet to consider what steps if any, will be taken to carry on thi otlier fispects of .the campaign. .Several reasons were'back of tne decision, the committee stated, principal one being tUs preaent pre- valence of "drives" of various' kind which ire being carried on tbroughou tho country. We Are'Agents for the VICTROLA and VICTOR RECORDS targe Stock of Both frtm which to Select Mason Riseh; Limited BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBR1DGE, Ttee PERFECTION STOVE COMPANY JLJM1TBP .HOVlt (WfCB V ONTARIO Albajiians Capture Avlona From Italians BEI.ORADB, Jnno repor1! thr.t the Albanian city ot has been cnptiircd trom the llaltads by Albanian insurgents liaa been receiv- ed by the newspaper Prnva In a dis- patch from Usknb, Sonthem Siberia, tho report niWIng that tbe cntfro gar- rison of Italians taken with the town. Tho Albanians carried Avlonn by storm after desperate fighting with Iho Kalians, tho message declares. cert and Operatic selections rendered by foremost'artists cc Recordi BelJ HOD niuM Trot Van EfrfQt JustalAltloToucho Harry Kcrdtr Orcheilra HpTtlls' Orcheltra) It'i Onlya Drexm ol 5 In Mr Heart Sunitilne Venetian Moon'' Snsnco lllue Instrumental Whoso Babr Are You ?-One-Slep Itirry Sade _. rman'i Novell? .Onbatra Fox Trot- Harry Radcrraan's Morehr Your Hate Told Me So Mtrji's Orchestra of Mice's Ear.d' U Abanlce-JtarcR Miro'e AUoa PiUsitti rtnsniat SI-00. PAY TBE TAX, Purple Seal Record 1 TTiink 1 il Get Wed ID Ibo Symtncr Red Seal Records Delilah (Cortraltc) CtehrWla 1.35 Ihc Barefoot Trail ifrrca) MtCormatk 6MJJ 1 If (V Us illa JM Tbe Clrl of thj Oolden West (Tc.-oi) Calll-Curd 64ES5 6C5S6 1.75 rir.taiWpMaOrchen.-a 2.CO Alfred Ccrtol 74633 Orrillc Haired 74SV4 2.69 SWI7 J.M IPiinc) Xacconto dl RodoKo (Tenor) Any "His Master's Voice" dealer lo f" w ttwistratc the VUtreta, COMMITS SUICIDE SASKATOON, June Smith, farm laborer, blew hla brains out with a shotgun yerrterday on term near WynanL No tnoUro for Mis iias been WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WILLIS PIANO STORE OF CANADA'S BEST 707 Third South (Hull Block) Phone 662 ;