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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY; is, 1920' THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HEIUU5 PAGE NINE; Albania LONDON, to a news agency report In preparing to-e-vaeuatfl tKc whole of Albania, '-except the Av- lonia an Exchange Telcgnph dispatch from Rome to- day. (This report bears upon tbe Adri- atic question settlement, which has been under discussion between Italy and Jugoslavia, differences existing between two, countries over the Albanian 'boundary line and occupa- ton of territory.) League -ol Nations Condemnef 'tbe convoy system. know I never entertained the opUilon-tue' djspatpi displayed." NEW YORK, May Harry McGowau, chairman of Explosives Trades, Limited, bas bought shares of the General. Motors Corporation amounting to five million pounds ster- ling, at a share, according to cable advices received here dfitails.oL [lie purchase have been re- ceived. It is, Velieved that shares of the old common stock were sol4 to the British interests at the above figures. This would bring the total amdunt 'received for the stock up to about at the normal rate of exchange. The exchange sltua- 'tlbn will havo no influence as tho money probably will be used abroad. Sir Harry was elected 'a director last week. At tbe same time Arthur Chamberlain, of Explosives Trades, Limited, and William McMastcr, of Canadian Explosives, Limited, a branch of the English company, were also elected directors. Private Concerns- Reach Agree- ment' Trouble Is Averted. SPRING IN YUKON PRO'HIBITION'FOR PREDICTED JfBW YORK, May hibition will soon come to Scot- made by'Magistrate! Jas. Gardiner-of ;Glasgc-w, on bis arrival here- yeSiefJay. "Racent plebiscites of.: .iiforjdnginen, showed-that when the time comes to vote, pi'oWbittcin will carried two BDilONTON, nothing in It-as, far as are con- waS'tKe reply made by local civil servants when asked if they had received any intimation of a proposed general strike of the civil service throughout Canada, as suggested in a dispatch .received from Vancouver. Officers Edmonton ot the service added that no telegrams "had been exchanged promising sup- port to .any-, action embracing the. a i.protest against the .re-classification schedule. .WANTED FOR BIS THEFT. DAWSO.N, Y.T., long Yukon winter. has ended and, the Ice is rapidly breaking'up; south Daw- son; Steamers .are; preparing''to sail for the south to fetch much needed supplies for Dawson' and lower river markets. VANCOUVER, B. C., May message from'Chicago announces that officials of the Dolly Varden Mining company announced today that an ar- rangement bad-been reached wita tho Taylor Engineering company of Van- couver, B. C., as "a result of which tho famous dispute whlcb lias aroused EO much attention during the past few months, bas been dropped. Agitation before carried on in Ottawa to have the government disallow the legisla- tion passed by British Columhia legislature' will be discontinued, it was announced, Mr. Taylor, or. tho Taylor Engineer- ing company, confirmed the report that an agreement had been reached. Mr. Taylor sild: "The which, under the-provincial legislation of 1919, W.B undertook to pay over to tho original put ot tbe earn- ings of the will be guaranteed to them at date, but not for some time yet." CHICAGO, May left Chicago 'early today with. Arthur Ecrenient, of Montreal, wanted in New York in connection with a bond'theft..'. -WINNIPEG HOTEL FIRE. "WINNIPEG, May, Strath- cona largo six-story building TORONTO'S POPU'LATION TORONTO, May direct- ory figures glvo populalipbi of To- ronto as or an of over.the rcgis-. tered by year.' the' same.t authority last CONVICT NO. PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE Hii. Main street, was damaged to NEW YORK, gene V. Debs, federal .convict no. was nominated, by acclamation for "the presidency of tile United States at the So- cialist party's national Conven- tion here ff C- extent of by lire last evening. PLACE FOR CANADIAN TEMPLE OF "A'GHICUtTuWEi WASHINGTON CHICAGO, ..May ters would bft' provided for Can- adian representatlvSss In "Temple of Agriculture" at Wash- ington which-it was proposed to 'build, according to plans outlin- ed at yesterdaV's meeting of the national board "'of farm organiza- tions and affiliated bodies. One million db'llaiY'wIII be raised by these organizations for the erec- tion of the tempte. SEEDING IN PROGRESS IN EASTERN TOWNSHIPS Quo., May Seeding has 'been going on throughout the eastern townships during the past few Work on the farms lias back an extent bi tho cold weather, and in addition, the farmers are finding it a rather diffi cult task to secure sufficient help. iractive uts for 1itns of selected Aieat and maltedbarleY nourislnanerit cctoksed cereals loped f Thereb