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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE ElfiilT THK DAILY IIEHAU) WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1920 SUBMARINES ARK LOSING EFFICIENCY; SCIENCE PAST OVERCOMING DIFFICULTY IMsian coast should bo "gassed" but the plan wag abandoned "i. to Belgium's susceptibilities." Profiteering Committee Makes Report in Huge Profits By Price Control. April (By England has started an investigation ot the past-war growth trusts and monopolies. ot alleged A profiteering committee which has teen looiiQs Into the acltTlty ot elec- iric Hgbt companies and tarap bulti manuractnrers. in a report recently made public, says that "a trade com- electric j LONDON, April iBy i Sirtauarirses have losl tvvo-iWrds ot Uholr eKicic-ney since 1914, according lo lieutenant S. King-Hall. R.X, It h known as the Bleclrk- l.tsht i'" a address at the Royal rati- Manufacturers' Ablation, the wpon rne the standard JcteclinK In IMj country, j ?r noli' measure ot pr. association manufacturers. or Import- atlack by pparatiw whkh.would give mportant ships a certain protection asaiust tactk-a! ed from abroad. Because of this; .racticable the bination does exist among light manufacturers in His cnuntr.r [standard price policy the general pub-1 bittolships should be sierclses a powerful influence He reap no benefit from lamps ol. made submersible. -lie ventured the conduct and development or cheaper maniitactnro, the advantase. tnat use c; gas u, tho Indastry." j solnc irbolly to dislributors. reTolulionlze naval war- ,teaaiy effect on au enemy was actually suggested WASHING TON. Jlay re- volutionary government in Mexico will ask for immediate, recognition by the American Government Carranza.-a Prisoner 11. with practically dominated by rayoluilOuisU arid C-arranzi, reported a prisoner, otfical .interest here. Chitt- ed today from, the military phases'o! tho situation'.to .thb "expected political developments. Agents'of. facJo rulers 'steps would be lafcen immediately'ioward tho establishment ot a 'provisional! government, to he succeeded as soon ftS possible by a .constitutional re- rteports received through offi- cial channels, as as those sent to the revolutionary asents, continued io indicate "absence'.of serious dis- orders although the dispatch of'n United States battleship and addition- al destroyers' to southern waters.sus- sestcd the determination of the Unit- ed States government to afford foreigners protection In the event of serious trouble at any of the port towns. Standard Tsc'uum lamps, sold: {are much as gunpowder did when to tho public for three shillings, states. u mjBht bo dlscharg ihe report, could be sold at two sbil- lings, at which price tie nianufactnr-, m.______ __ cr and distributor would still have a, (jurjug the German occupancy lhat the satisfactory working profit Big Profits "One and a quarter billion half-watt! adds the report, 'fold to lhe( public in 1915 at twelve shllliosE sixpence each were purchased in land br three associated ers at about three shillings R lamp, i They could have beeu eold at noU morb than eieht shillings which urouli slill have lett ample margin tor the j importers and' linnort-i ers and distributors between made profits on these lamps of thins like over and1; above j what would appear to tis reasonable. .1 "Since 'the largest 'of the three; tlom'Inaut continues'the report.! "Is .under the majority .control of an American'electrical concern, there some danger'that the Interests of ritish'lamp fn'dustry'inaybe' subor- inated to American Interests. There Is a possibility of an Inter- ational comblnaliou comprising Brlt- h; Dutch nnd 'American manufaclur- rs which would be able to control npplles and dominaie prices over onsiderable part ef the world. "The operations of an association so effectively controls on im- concludes the re- be subject'to public sup- and control." Made Nasty Reference to Eng- lishmen in Ireland to 'Peg Kiwanis Club. WINNIPEG. May ha made a reference to HogKshtuen en gaged in industry'in Ireland as foreign ers, Lindsay Crawford, of. Toronto president of the ProU-slant Friends o Irelaud, was interrupted when ad dressing the Kiwanis Club at noon la day. Several club members loot the floor and said such references should noi be allowed at a meeting of such a kind. Tho speaker apologized, biR on try ing to continue his line ot argument, he met with determined ouposUlo'n and had to Quit. Tho meeting closed with the singing of "God Save the King." E "Cattle Drives" Numerous Conditions of Eighties Re- turning in South. DUBLIN. April Conflicts over land attended by organ- ized "cattle drives" to intimidate land uaablo to fcurcbase. It Consequently tbey resorted to tho "cattle drives" aud threats ot bodily harm to the owuura. It Is very difficult to police alltbo country and many of the drives lave resulted iu three or four (armersllosiBi'alt their cattle at one The Intlmldators ore represented os rentsM who nro demanding longer land, small owners and a certali number ot holders of compara- tively) lai'ta .tracts who believe .their ueighpors' used for- gnjzluc Is imore suitable for lllrage tban the ground they are trjrlug to cultivate. "Us the sarao'story aguln ot the said a' torinor south of Ire- land land holder- They forced-UB to cut up our large holdings then by use oi the same methods now employed." The land troubled should not be poHtical unrest. It IB separate atti dlittnot and slioira 'evidence 0f'the Dominion employment service or' the province here... The report bows a steady decrease in the rer- jcntage of the out-of-worts, with a more steady demand for classes of help. For, Better Salad Dreislngi, tic, The Swceiett Oil from Apricoti MACDONALDS PRINCE OF WALES CHEWING TOBACCO "Just arrived in time, nurse, delay might havt lost'us our patient. No doctor can afford to tate chances with his motor. Imperial Polar- ine' and Imperial Premier Gasoline mates every iriolor run perfectly. We caa rcty on Imperial May 11 has Been set tor the day upon which former Kmpcror William will move Io his estate at Doom. JOYFUL PARADE OF JEWS IN N. Y. NEW YOKIC, Jlay contrast Io demonstrations of mourning and protest held in .New York in the past, thoiis- auds of Jews yesterday took part In tho Teuiah. or redemp- lion parade, in joyfulncsK that Palestine is to be the Jewish homeland under a British datory. It was (lie climax to tho extraordinary Xlonlsl con- vonllon that opened here last Sunday. t You Can Depend On It SNAP IN CHEVROLET CAR 1918, In excellent shape; two extra tires. Complete outfit of tools. For quick sale cash. Owner leaving town. Get busy H you.want a real bargain. Wadding- ton and Harsh, Lothbridfle Stock Repository, Call 348 and arrange to try car out. EVERY drop of Imperial Polarinc is 300% lubrication. It spreads a protecting cushion of oil between all wearing parts, making each part function Smoothly and reducing wear to a minimum. It has exactly the right a perfect piston-to-cylindcr seal, maintains compression, conserves power and saves fuel. It does not break down or run thin under extreme heat. Imperial Polarine burns clean, reduces carbon deposits to a minimum and assures long life, smooth running and reliability to your motor at all timet, under all conditions. There Is an Imperial Folarine grade for every motor 'need, from rranlc shaft to differential. Consult the I'olarine Chart of Recommendations for the correct grade to use in your is on display wherever Imperial Polarine is sold. .Sold in one and four gallon fealcd cans, steel kegs, half-barrels and barrels, by dealers everywhere in Canada. Buy in large containers and save money. IMPERIAL POLARINE IMPERIAL POLARIME HEAVY IMPERIAL POLARINE A nedhim tcdy) (Mlifiura bcdj) (Eiln A GRADE SPECIALLY SUITED TO YOUR MOTOR This is An Old Fashioned Dish. They're frankly old in style of cooking. The is that we rei -f- member as youngsters J home. A flavor of catsup is added to give them zest. We put this in be- cause, we always want- ed a bit' of- mother's catsup when she baked beans for us. ASK FOR ACANOF QUAKER BRAND. HELP THE BABIES! TAG DAY. MAY 15 If You Don't Whether you cat or not, and don't know what you want, let our menu sug- will tempt the appetite. The Yale THE .-IEW CAFE' 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH AI L! MR.- You hare given some thought to insuring .four crops against Whom are rou going to insure .with? Have you given this serious consideration? Very likely you have not. -Can we not reasoii this out together? Wo are farmers, We tuow that the comQiercIa] world is organized. Are we? "We am; but, we have not taken advantage of our organizations. We Iiare Deeii and that is' the reasoii Ibai Ihe fanners are being dictated to by other organlzatlonsJ-Xowisn't H tinie we get together and stand back of oiir organ I tat ions? AYe realize it is. Then let us make up our minds rifjht now lo place our .insurance with the FARMERS' FIRE HAIL INSURANCE CO., which is-owncfl. and controlled by the farmers ol REPRESENTED BY THE UNIVERSAL AGENCIES SUITE 5, OLIVER BLOCK WE MAKE IRON BRASS CASTINGS AND FORCINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS ANDKEEPINSTOLK MASTER GEARS INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL PINIONS GRATES- OVERSIZE PfSTONS PISTON RINGS STUBS CANNON BEARINGS COUNTER BEARiros CRANK DISCS WRIST PINS 2 AND 4 ARM CLUTCHES jVnii other repairs tor. Ilia Case, Reeves, Ruraloy and. other popular makes of Steam and Gasoline Tractors. We have tho best facilities for straightening and tmeing Crank Shafts, Be- borini; Cylinders, and doing oth- er machine work. The Lethbridge Iron Works Co. PHONE 322 LIMITED. HORSE HAIR HIDES- PELTS RAW FURS WOOL AND TALLOW YOU WILL RECEIVE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR YOUR GOODS BY SHIPPING TO A RELIABLE THE LARGEST DEALERS IN THE A. P.O. BOX 37 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. 1251 SECOND, AVE. S. tiiaii PHONE S95 AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT YOU DON'T KNOW How Much You Can Get For Your PELTS and FURS UNTIL YOU GET OUR OFFER DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE ADDRESS: .320 6lh ST. S. P.O. BOX S AUCTION SALE CANCELLED Owing to {he fact that the owner's, Messrs. Bowlby and Fergus, have purchased another farm their AUCTION SALE ADVERTISED FOR SATURDAY, May IS, has been cancelled, P. LeVALLEY, Auctioneer. ;