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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY tHE LETHBIUDGE DAILY PAGE THIRTEEN -Vgrcement Reached on Freight Difficulty Solves Ontario's Coal Problems COAL OPERATORS' AND .MINERS' TRIAL NOV, OTTAWA. May prepayment of freight inferences which have held up coal imports In eastern Osnaua tor the past month, listo beod settled ,sx far as Ontario, 'iibjpt Ottawa Is the railroads .will an arrangement which will provide.for a similar solution ol the difficulties for tile Montreal aid Ottawa districts. The action of the Canadian railways in agreeing to ac- 'pept shipments with charges on lie Canadian liaul way-billed was rendered easy In Ontario hy thi fact that rates to practically uli On lario points are made up on a cwnbmu itiou ot to and from lae in i'tsrnatlonal border. Tbe Railway Asso Nation of Canada lias informed th Canadian railway commission that, ai krruugemeht will bo whereby I tho ibroush coal rates W Montreal .will bo split at the border and ft arnmgemeni probably wijl bemade for the Ottawa district. This will per- mit ot shipments coining through to destinations with the charges on the 'Canadian haul way-billed collect. This arrangement with the railway association provide-s'.tbat ers in Canada can avoid paying for .the haul in Canada in. United States a'cbnslaorable say- tag tn' cost of transportation. When tiie pnited Stales, railroads issued or- lhat on freight to Can- :'ada Jnust bo. prepaid' to destination It tad Itlio effect 'of practi- cally all tho'luinofts'bf'boal'to eaters A'heariiiK was-given the coal men by the Canadian railway commission 10 days ago. and tho corn- mission asked importers, aud- rall.way men" to Bet together an'.d -The is -tho result. United States railroads are not Involved, "can slIUV de- mand prepayment of "lip ip the 'Canadian border. The settlement affects only coal and coke shipments. ALLIES GERMAN COMMISSIONER PARIS, May 'imont'ivas made bfUftc, peace confer :e'nce here that it Taent .a .noto ,to the-German delegation TBdvlsing-. government to replace'. Co! ,1 -'XTlander, who is one of Ihe.Qennai representatives of thV'Siiar "comuiis 1 alon. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., May 37. bituminous. coal miners and operators who entered pleas qt not guilty to chafes of violating Section 9 ot the Lever Act, iu federal court hero yesterday, will be- tried November S, 1820. Th6 'date was set by District Judge Anderson after he had over- ruled a demurrer fllediby Chas. Evans counsel for the. officials o! tho United -.Mine Workers of America, and at- torneys for the operators. Forcing U. S. Paper MilU Close, or.Else Come to Canada to LATE JOHN MONTGOMERY Romantic fleure ot the .Mackenzie Rebellion and founder ot the town of Eglffllon, In whose memory a tablet Major Andrews of Winnipeg Us ing Probe to Learn About Transactions CAMBRIDGE BANS MOTORS CAMBIUDaE, England, May :of motor cars and motor cycles hy un when attending leclnrei become.such a nuisance that thi [.vice-chancellor ot the university her .hasfissiied an edict against th'a prac WASHINGTON, May ing emb'argoe.3 by tha United States on by Canada for her Industries .to meet the Canadian embargoes ori pulp wood, the house foreign affairs committee today favor- ably reported the senate resolution for a special commission to deal with' tho Dominion government on the subject. Canada, the report declared, must have coal, sulphur and dyes the United States or "else suffer a similar that which afflicts American publishers. Embargoes on pulp wood, the report declared, have restricted building ol paper mills in the United States and efforts recently have been made to prevent Americans from buying pulp wood lands. Unless American mills get Canadian wood, the report declared, they will be forced to close or move to Canada. BLUE RIBBON TEA It is easy to imitate the advertise- ments of BLUE RIBBON TEA, but the tea itself can be neither imitated nor equalled station, 10 miles west of Fredericton .DR. KING_WILL Junction, this morning, ami although a considerable porlioii the equip- ment ot the Boston train was smash-- ed up, trainmen and passengers es- caped with their lives. May, Canadian interesting series of ques- tions bcarfnK on the Land-Settlement Act aro down -for the commons tomor row front-Major G. W. Andrews, Cen iro "Winnipeg. He seeks to ascertain is'average cost per settler to the overnment for which there will be return, and a comparison of the ost with that of bringing Centra iiropeans to Canada during' the Lau Ier administration. Other questions re: IB Settlement Act regarded jy the government as a re-oftabllsh- ment scheme for returned soldiers ,or colonization and agricultural scheme? -What amount of money has been laid'by the board to the_ provincial government of Manitoba for land pur- chased'under the Soldier Settlement amount of money-has been paid by the board as purchase price for land through the firm ot Kennedy Honoyman and barristers Winnipeg? How-many-parcels of land submit ted to the board by Messrs. Allan, Kil lam Winnipeg, Man. were'purchased by the board, and'how many rejected? How do these figures compare with purchases through, other agencies at the time commission for the purchases 'was allowed? Many Places in Manitoba and Saskatchewan Report Their Appearance WINNIPEG. May Reports re- ceived hy the Manitoba Free Press from a number of points in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta show that yesterday's rain was very beneficial lor the growing crops and will help GOOD ROADS CONVENTION VICTORIA, B.C., May Dr. J. H. King, provincial minister of pub- lic woria, and the chief engineer, A. g..Forraan, attend the Canadian Good Itoads convention at Winnipeg, June 1, 2 and 3. Mr. Forman will read a paper on organization of provincial highways departments to obtain and maintain high standards oC efficiency. materially in restoring crops damaged by the high winds. Many points re- 'pbrt'that general conditions are very promising. The. rain was general west as far as Mooso Jaw and Estovan and north to Hnmlioldt.- Numerous places report signs of, grasshoppers hut .that every preven- WANT FJXED INTEREST STOCKS ioNDON, May Canadian Associated present dis- position by investors tn again turn.at- tention to fixed interest hearing slocks is illustrated in the over-subscription to the County of Middlesex two mil- lion pounds 6 per cent. Essex and Kent counties are also each ask- ing for one and it half million pounds on the same terms, which loans are also going well. New treasury bonds, however, are poorly received, doubt- less due, partly, to uncertainty of the government's intentions concerning a tai on war wealth. NO ONE INJURED AS PASSENGER HITS FREIGHT 1FRBDER1CTON, N.D., May Part oE-Triiri No. 221 ot the Canadian live measure IS being taken. Mixing Railway, from SL John to stations have been established and Boston, crashed into a way Iroigh; everything is In readiness to fight the pests. ST. KlTTS JOURNAL PUTS UP SHUTTERS Climbing Costa Force Daily Out of1 Business After 61 Years train standing on the siding at Roolh FEATURING Fresh Stocks to Hand in Seasonable Wearables at Prices You Will Say Are Reasonable women are Lanka means satisfaction THE aroma tempts the color charms flavor'satisfies. Alter the first cup, more when the tea is Lanka. It is Ceylon's choicest grade, British grown, blended to perfec- tion. WM. BRAID CO. Vancouver, Canada U0110N SALE AT WADDINGfON'S AUCTION ROOMS FRIDAY AT2.00 O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON IS INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER TO SELL A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And efftcta Including: Handsome dining suite in quartered oak comprising elegant bulfct, round extension table and dining chairs; very handsome WRITING DESK In the JACOBEAN STYLE solid oak; fine quality 3-ploee parlor suite, mahogany up- holstered in tapestry; handsome occasional table In quartered oak with fluted tegs; round verandah table; set of three porch chairs; very fine white enamelled dressei- with large mirror; lawn swing and mattress; good quality reverslbla hall runner, 12x3; extra quality Brussels carpet, blue, 12x9; chiffonier In oak with shaped' nilrr6r, small sized refrigerator In grey enamel, plated fittings; upholstered, eash chair; fine oak sideboard with bevelled mirror; Vlctrola talking machine with solid oak cabinet (fret of luxury splendid quality' brass bed-wtth box springs; brass trlmmsd beds with springs, 4ft 6lnr; Singer 7-dmver, sewing machine in A1 order; solid quartered oak dresser with Ibrge bevelled mirror; nearly new "Whitney" baby buggy; chlld'o cot and mattress; largo framed mirror, 43-24; electric fixtures; set of blue toilet ware, complete; fumed sak tapestry covered stool; two screen dcora; handsome rocker. In aollil.oak, seat and back; part dinner service; portiere and laco curtains; baby walker; wash tub; baby bath and many small Items; also quantity of useful. LUMBER. PHONES MORNING OF SALE .j .j ST. Evening Journal, the oiliest St. Catharines newspaper, suspended publication Sat- urday night. The reasons are given in'tlie by J. SI. Elson, the has had the paper eleven years: "With the present issue The Journal voluntarily suspended publi- cation. It will not appear after to- day, unless a plan or reorganization which has partly matured is ried out, or some other disposition of. the property is made that will per- mit of a continuance. "Though reluctant to take, this step, the ever-increasing cost bt all commodities ih.nl enter into tho printing'and publishing business has brought the time when operation is carried on at a loss. The prospect'is that newsprint, already very high and scarce, will be advanced shortly to a ton, and may, per haps, go considerably higher. If this should occur, not a few other news papers find It a problem to carry on. In addition to this, the increas 'oil cost of living makes it necessary for employees to present shortly new scale of wages, which, it is understood, will be on tho averag< of ?IO per week moro per man. With the present staff the increase would mean, if it became cFcctive, between and a year more lhan at prcstnt. Under all therefore, tho management finds lit -j impracticable to' publish, with greatly 'enlarged capital. "Tho Journal is one of thu newspapers tn Ontario, it has been 11 published as a daily siuco 1859, and as a weekly prior to that date. Since purchasing tho business in tbc. present publisher has, to tho best of I his ability and knowledge, ende'rav-; ored lo conduct tho paper in the interests of the community. Ho feels grateful to the many .businesses j and acquaintances, who, during that j time, lent their support to the paper.; "The ouo condition toward The Journal, in common with many olher newspapers in Canada, feels. crilcal, Is lhat whldi allows thp! raw material of Canadn'3 forests to bo made into newsprint and shipped across tho border to over-sized metropolitan newspapers that arc offering fabulous prices (or Iho news- print tonnage. If this export con- tinues, It is evident lhat other onws- papers which have long been pubUc- spirlted and useful institutions will bo forced to surrender. The Journal has letters on file from New York of- fering nine and a half conla a pound for newsprint in the roll. Canadian papers, accordingly, bnve lo pay tho piper. H may be found later hy Canadian newsprint manu factnrcrB that they arc killing the goose that lays the golden egg. "Tho Journal's liabilities arc com- paratively small, bill want of work ing capital, together with loss on operation, makes it prudent to close tlio books." their own clothes for'practically itffl beaded fa the roof of the worU. Sro'nble look twice to-ixy Now they are making itheir owfi clotbea and laving ntcoey. Once started k't vesy crfer to mat women who would practical drTO-tMking are in-. .tared monthly in EVERYWOM AN S WORLD. If you would have one of the i esion's newert blouKs for the mm txpenje of inalmgi be Zrt tms 'oionth'j fettwe. "How to Maie complete with cUagnma UK) !ful t jnitructioni, Bpptarine in tho May IMUCOf EVEWWCMAN'S FORTY OTHER FEATURES 20 CBNTS PER COPY ALL NXWa STANDS TERMS CASH OOOD8 ON VIEW LOOK LOOK Here is the Place to Buy Your PEANUT BUTTER SHOWERS IN N. SASKATCHEWAN PIUNCK AlJBtiltT, Sank., May showers continue througbbii Northern Saskatchewan anil phcnoir fnal -growth of tho crop la reported from orcry district. There has been ho daniago from wind In any district north of Saskatoon anil farmers nro j overjoyed with pnisports (if the _ I (.rop. We mako It fresh every day. 1 )b. Peanut Duller, for................... 1 Ib Peanut Brittle, 1 llj. Old Country Pepper mint, for............. 1 Ib. Plantation Kisses, for.................... 1 Ib. Chocolate Kisses, for.................. 1 Ib. Salted Peanuts, for Or 3 Ibs. of thfi above assorted for........... 35c 40c 40c 40c 50c 40c SPEC5AL ON CHOCOLATES Ib. ISc Ib.....-.-....... 30c %lb. 45c 2Ibs. i Try our ROOT BEER ICE CREAM SODAS lOc laftctti in navy, block and sand, and in their trimmings of ruffles and frilling? you will find very clever hew ideas. and 'sand Navy, black gowns at1 Navy, black and copen.. taffeta Navy, green and black at Navy, black and sand at The qualities in- every garment arc exceptional sihd the. values the hest we have yet shown. KEITH'S 608 Third Ave. S. If you have never possessed one you can hardly appreciate wlmt a comfortable sensation It. Is to own one of these pretty, snorts suits of wool Jersey. They arc, wo believe, without rivals when it comes lo knockabout wear. While they are designed primnrijy for sports you may wear them mornings shopping or for business or street wear with the nssumnco thnt you ore modtshly and correctly dressed. THE JERSEY SUITS COME IN VERY PRETTY SHADES Of. rose, apple green, reindeer, china blue and soil French grey. Prices are and No Tax on These A wonderful collection of the newest styles in at from up to Are here in materials of Jersey Silk, Georgette, Crepe de and Tricohittn. Somo arc plain tailored styles, others are moro of the fancy order, embroidered fronts or, em- broidered hip bands. They come in shades of roue, copen, navy, sand and ivory. They are priced at and a very special line we are selling for Silk Middies, assorted colors (or CLOTH SUITS ALL ON SALE AT ABOUT 2-3 OF THEIR REGULAR VALUE. For an example all Cloth Suits now selling for only ;