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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'IHURSDAY, MAY THfc LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN 1 Drops to Nothing -WaBt tp KnoW.-AbbutlAtet Year's MtORAW SUSPENDED FOR FIVE DAYS NEW YORK. May dent Heydler. League-, announced today, that he had suspended John J. MoGraw ot tho, New York National League, (or'.Axe The suspension, he'sali., waa Inflicted on accoant vf Mo- Graw'e having had trouble witli umpires at Wtuburg fnd t Chicago. (flora Correspondent) JIICHEU-May and Hi plaj-ed tie the s NeH Pass Leigue on Saturda> afternon at, 4 lo o Jootbalt eo tbusians. were surf of scebg a good game as Iheravisas quHa a feeling ol between the two teams BUI Rlle> bad the tilei Uut Femte pici, oft Die points, and bo knott, seeipgjtbaC the. captala and men I 1 Wednesday the played and Michel j5lay6d qulfe'a ifumber'of, her prgmisiiig Juniors .aiid beat 0, which surprised tEo FcrBlo budch a heap as they thought they liad a snap when the boys lined up. Michel would like to know if they should be fortunate enough to win year If they will receive tho medals or will they Mill ho kept lu Fernio for as yet they have not been awarded to lllclel, last year's win. ners of the league. PiFOOW Proceids'of dame Will Go to Brif.-Geh. H. ..Ti Hughfts, who !n Kingston visiting his 'family, pects -to return next month m cojiacctlon the .work. ,of the Canadian Battlu 'Eiplolta' -comu'10' Hospital There Team City After In- ternatioeal Teferans will eo to Taber o Monday for a of football wltl tlit representatives of that town. cecds of the game will te given t the hospital fund there. Anuounc ment to this effect was made th morning. Tho Veterans will not leave lelh bridge until after the internttiona gamo on Monday morning so that an players picked for that game will-h able to play.. The Fragments will b In Tab.or'Ju full force, in iho.afterno to take part in the postponed field' da tu.ere This is the third lima the Ve plannea toiplay 10 Tabe season Etoiection and Profit Wlien money is In a Savings Account in The Meichants Bank, it is absolutely safe from loss, as far as you are concerned. All the time it is here, it 5s carninsr interest that actually pays you .to let it take care of j our money. Don't cany unneeded sums oa your person or hide them at home. Protect them against thefi and fire by gpecinj a sayioES account HMd Office Montreal. OF CANADA. 1884, BRANCH, Sub-AtferKy al R. J. PINNING, VALUABLE DOCUMENTS Bonds, insurance policies and fcther val uable docnments should not 'oe kept at horns where they'are likely' to lost or 'mislaid, j The'Safety Depsit Boxes of this Bank provide at a moderate cost an', excellent means of keeping valuable papers. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND ASCH-E, Keifae, Ma 4 y Keep the Cook Cheerful r f" AND BUY HER A BAG OF YOUR GROCER WILL .GIVE IT TO YOU. ocimrs MILLINERY TAKES A DROP IN ST. PAUL Mtthod Will Have lo Worked Distribute Ger- man Indemnity CANADA'S BEST FLOUR ST. PiUJU Minn., May 19.' price reductions were announced today by several St. Paul -business' establishments on wholesale millinery. One wholesale millinery concern, the largest in the nprthwest, Cham, erlaln; chancellor o! the exchequer, tated 1'n tha of commons "yes. erday that the question, of Greal MtainV Indebtedness to tie United States was being desll wllh ludepend nlly of-ahy question of Great BrI in th'e Indemnity from lennauy. .The'chancellor's statemeni called put by as to Whether an.agreement had been made with. iYanceMliat she 'reply, her !u Great-i Britain when Trance receives her share of the Ger Aan Indemnity, and K so, "whether I would be pbaslblj for Great Britain to repay her borrowings from the United States on the same 'condition, namely, when Great Britain receives ber share ot tte Indemnity. No definite arrangement ot any kind was reached at Lympne-regard- ins the repayment by France of this dabt, the chancellor stated but recognized to reach a solution, of'th'eproble.riife arising out ot the enslence of similar djie from one ally 16 ai) other at the same time as the prob lems of the Bungs ot the total and method of pa> ment of Germany s 114 bilitj for reparation were being set tied. Mr Chamberlain yras asked wheth er, when Germany paid Indemnity tp France, she would also bo fort ed to make payments to Great Brljain, II Great Britain allowed Frapce to de- fer payment of the loan The chaneellflr replied It wis Agreed between twp that payments ado .In the terms of the treaty announced 'it would open Its doors to the retail trade and dispose of stock at prices 60 per cent, or more low prevailing retail figures. One Minneapolis department store yesterday announced a flat reduction ot 20 per ceiit. President -Wilson Asked to; Cot- Tens Assembly of League at Brussels, Nov. 15 of all the International agreements. Some such scheme-has'Already been press red and will communicated to all tho governments. ALL UNIONS IN PORT ARTHUR YARfJS STRIKE PORT ARTHUR, Ont, May unions at Fort Arthur shipyards are now on striae and there Is not a wheel) turning In ST. JOHN LABORITES OPPOSE 'PE6 LEAOER3 ST. JOHN, N. B., May Fred Campbell, of the Trades and Labor council, said today.that'.oiganlta4 labor here nothing to do with provtd1- ing a half or raising funde for tag to the yards. .The office atarfU- .tie. Winnipeg, strike, will be kept 09 for aqme'tiine -who'are coming hew guards and fire protectloa will-be crmstd. The strike Is over a request for an 'a wtjes. Tasre beeu Letter of Resignation Points On That Fixed Indemnity Makes .Commission Superfluous. ROME, emmet! of the league last no .moves toward compromise, public altllnjr hero ;Leoi> Bcv-' presided. In pressed the gratitude of tho council lo Italy and'to the citr of-Rome for Its hospitality, and to Slgnor .Tiltonldt, Ife urns available in pwmont of XUTi ne TRY CUJTING CLOTHING PRICES NOW CHKHOO "Mis rr rice in' ret ail' cloth ing qosta from the Mississippi valley o the Pacific, coast was reporied to- from 24 cities ,ia told ot promised reduc, these ranglnB rom Flnaaeial here E4W that le jDdlcAtiaRi wero that the price de lino would be limited fta ready7 lo wear clothing principally women s arments anil .silks. Shoes were'in ha list affected Tight uiaaeqnate wrtatlon facilities were cited ajnonjr prime reasons for the mercantile Delays in delivery ot ooda jn which much money had been led up together with mabilitv ot the atmerB to set grain ayil livestock to market were said many instances o have worked a hardship on mcrch ,nts. An officer of one of tho leading1 [apartment stores of.Chicago declar- id that tho price reductions now be- ing reported meant elso that merch- ants ware trying to satisfy what he called.. demand from the mblic for-lower prices: Wi I .am too grateful lo you help you gave mo from the you left office not to comply thfr wisfc >on expressed 1 know, your lieln will never in. any be withheld from the government of the icpublic m the aoqompllshmen} iho heavy Svhich. uevdlvcs; upon. it. Again expressing my tratitude, 1 teg lo sincerels. IE, pjefarabjT tbe of futuro: meet- Hiti: Secret Diplomacy VllOi a guarding igainrt tha perilB'of-'.wbat termed "secret diplo- a: the league coven alifreuilireb bbtlTthe registration and publication' of all treaties concluded b> any eUtes parties to the covenant Otherwise no treaty Is to be as binding. I The council of the creation ota'Iegal section of the per- manent secretarlit In wklch treaties will be 'inserted In Uie o'm6Ial ioarhalTof the ..loagne of na tlons 'perhaps wtth 'the-'Issuing" of.'a cony of the text to the press. All tfwr trtatlWr; Biibiequently tonnd'ln'boolt'lorm'for Bale; thus, thfi public wQl hive a complete collection C. N. R. WILL GRADE ON AeAMAffALLEY LINE; 25 W-___ 19 evenly sir miles, of new be partly constructed this; season? by the Cana dian NationaLMtailwaysv on western lines, according Ifl a building program announced todar Tenders for grading have been ca'leo! and will be awarded on Mav rft is that only the grading nlll be done this year The rsw Hne is the Acadla 'S alley branch.' 18 rriiles-west of'Acadla Val- eyj Alberta, the llajfield extension 116 -jnllei west from Bongougb Sask a lino running 20 miles northeast from Prince and-an-additional 22 niiles east of-Turtleford, Sask., which steel of a'branch riintiing northwest from Battlefprd. WIDOWS' AND MOTHERS' PENSION BILt. IN HOUSE TORONTO, May: bill pro- Tiding pensions for..wldows and moth- ers 'with two "or more children wns riven its second rending in.tije legis- ature last night without1 change. In order to guarantee 'that the .pensions granted 16 ex-members..of-'the navy or army, or to.their dependents, will not be. subject to taxation, Hou. Mr. moved an amendment lo the'AsscEsment covers this point, COMMITTEE Wll.1. CONSI06H TEMPER'ANCE ACT TORONTO, May amendments to tha Ontario Temper- ance.Act were passed by ture {last'evening, but a'special com- mittee of the members, will, during the recess, go into the whole working of the Ontario Temperance. Act, nnd will consider one of the rnore conten- tious :clanscs bill which provides that, a conv'lcled. person has no. appeal except to the board of license commissioners.. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR ANOGILVIE COOK BOOK TOO La Preferencia OLD QUALITY Canada's Most Popular Cigar AS BASIC PRICE Kansas, ifay a bushel should bp. tho lor lho-''I820 wheat crop wna it a meeting liero.jas i' lerday of the Growers' tho United The .declaration-was adopt.-' ed after statistics hart been pro- Eent6d to show tbat the aver- cost of production In the niifldlo western a bushel. States was Constipation and Sluggish Liver EVICTS MOTHER, BUT MOB FORCES TO SIGN LEASE AT THE OLD PRICE protection this .afternoon alon'o savcil .Icromo G a protlltering landlord, from violence, at the hands of an Infuriated ho had personally evicted .n'mothbr'and her daughter from a flat which he owns on Third slrect, Moore hail notified tho women that their rent had- been Increased from to a month, and that it mast he paid !c advance. When the women said they could not pay, and that they hail no place to go, Moore dragged their household clfectg Into thn street with his own hands. A crowd of neighbors gathered, and when Moore appeared they threatened to hang him to the nearest tree. J The arrival o! a patrol waggon fill- officers did not permit ;'of the execution of Iho tliero was; no official Interference when .Moore was forced to sign lease at the old price stood bareheaded IE tho mlddlo of the street surrounded by tho'crowd. Then ihe furniture was carried back i into the house, ap.4 lljo crowd dlspers- 'cd --__....__ They Don't take chances. lutie MKT Psltj rijTit now. never fill to rntkeihe liver do its duty. relieve constipa. tion, banish In. digestion, 'driveoutbill- busnesa, step dlzilness, ___ ___ .plexion, put a glow on tbe cheek and Eparkle In the, eve. Be Hire lind Jet the genuine. ?ra-s DK. CARTER'S IllOT PILLS, N.tart'. nerve and blood tonic for Blwonntfim, Htmmimut, and WnkMM. Cuticuro Soap Ideal lliie Complexion HI HUNK ;