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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1920 _THB LETIjLgRlDGE DAILY SEKALD MGE THIRTEEN Shipbuilding Company is Un- able to Meet Pressing Liabilities 'OTTAWA, Nov. 5.-A iemporary eetback for the Dominion government's Shipbuilding program Is entailed In the suspension .of operations by the Prince Rupert Drvdock and Engineer- ing company, official news ot which has been .received by the department of msrlae and any slight delay may- oc- cur ,ln thercoinplot- lon'of .tiJS.iall gpverament ships is regarded; herb pp a" small matter as compared wth the.situation brought about of employment, of the 800 emrjloyiees of tho Concern, 'acuities. .'vT-Tiie company -was un: government program, 6 vessels of the S.iOO-loiT typa. One was ncariug completion pas' suspended la u i: ehcd ;Hh' r; would havb beea ready If go iiiui 'inis'ston In February.' Token alkiut 76'per-cent, of the'Work fin- ished.-, -vi'. ,.y. r to.-advices" received'hero 'tbE.'.'cpniynny was behind in .its'pay- irbll when work on the ships was sus- pended. The government is fully pro- tected from b> tyaranteert bo-ds bv tlio London Oijtiraulee and AiUdcnt tampan) and can not make ahj immeaiaie to relieve the sit nation at Prince Rupert because such action, without first securing the con- 's'unt of the bonding company 'might prejudice Its claim the bond. In viuw of the distress due 'to -'Overdue wages the government has asked the guarantee company to by. the- govern- liient. The guarantee company'will be pressed for an agreement along tiese Ines. The guarantee company has he option of completing ships, rat should It' decide not to do so, It is probatile" that tho government will undertake the work at as early a date as possible. f, Liabilities Nor. closing Rupert'Drydoek and Engineering'company, which was first announced in a Canadian Press dlspatfih.laat Tuesday, was brought about; by the Inability ot the com- lany'Wiueel liabilities. It t the debts of the company amount to about half of Vancouver "creditors. The Is that the government it'Ottawa will take over and complete'the work of const rut- ting wuich are on Order, one of which will-be ready for launching In a'month's time, if work is resumed n a few days. Construction on the other is well advanced, both- are of tons. It Is -'-Is liecessary lo pay' outstanding debts and finish tho ships but that less than Is available. It) 3Mt Take trifling injures crl> treated likely lo Start festering ind poisoned aorcs Keep 7am Buk ahviys handj It heals like in cuts, burns, and scalds.. In sorts and old wounds i t cures thorough- ly by timing o t poison anddisease Iluk is a uniqiic healing sub fro-n "itif cbLnd ing roncenlratianof certain herbal essences of high mcd cinal sk n affections 7am Huk conlnins no animal fat, nor etc found in ordinary ointments Sopurean IJuk thalElpep elK fft Ihe underljint, t tie where it ao'cc ulctrel on and olhtr y ndnca t lleaciy forarn rmergeno ISiik is Ihe one saft epl c I rsl a d joy cannot lobt v. !noul Call oa 3 cur Chcmiit lo diyand 7 Jewels EET Ingersoll Rel jewelled star titne- repprtcr of thelngersoll Watches. Smart as they cratic in appearance, slim, suave and a regular low. And he sure keeps regular time! Reliance has been trained that way, fcofore he leaves the Inger'epH factory he tell litrie correctly in six different days in each. But you don't know the half of It, yet. Reliance 13 given -127 other'inspections to see that his seven jewel led .bridge-type works fuiiciIon perfectly, '.Those works contain the best features of 362 different watches which were studied in construct- ing Reliance has 29 less parts than the average watch. SirhplicityjaccuracyjSturdiness and beauty make the Reliance a watch anyone can be proud to carry. Yet the price is but in nickel case, jfi gold-filled. University Professors to Study Natural Resources, of T Country NEW Oct. (By Canad- ian large party ot scien- tists from the.United Slates, neit January will: explore about ot almost unknown territory in tlie Amazon basin along Ea tern Ecuador and Peru, it Is announced at Columbia University. Tho .ground to be cofeis ed Includes a portion traversed by the Roosevelt.expedition -along tlie a derla Driver. thET. members ottlie expedi- tion, Vyhicli will tnke an entire >ear, bo Henry B. Rusby, dean of Columbia School of Pharmacy, .who head tho party; Dr. DavicI Starr Jordan, president ot LeTand Stanford University, who Ty-jth Dr. Carl H; Eigenmann, dean of: the' University ot Tndiwa, will study-.fishes., and reptiles, Dr Kremers Unlversllv ofiWisconsin; and1 authority'.on vola tllo bllsl'Prfereesor'Gill; Boston''Iiisti tute of Dr. Ruthvaii, Unherslt) of Michigan and many 20ologists -from the American bf History, Harvard and University are also cd- .bperatiiig in for a study "of drugs-'as to 'phyalcal, chem- leal and clinical'properties. Dr. Tlusby, whfi similar South American expedition In.lSSa fcatd learned from natives of nnr cptlbs in tho section and he hopes to -find specimens for valuable -modi clnes. Tho expedition will be known as the Mulford- Biological ...Explora- tion of the Amazon Basin, hfi said. start will be.made from Bo- gota by mule to Calaumr thence by canoe'down Uie Jaunes river and the Rio Negro After reaching the Ami zon, the second half ot the Journej will be The rjirty ploris to avoid the' difficult high land encountered by the Uopse- veil expedition by going up the" Ma- more river. Tha Pacific coast is ex- pected to be reached at the cud ol the year. Enumerate. Cats and Dogs, and Birds as Well as Human, Inhabitants decennial census' which will' be .enumerated' (h Canada on- June 1'next .will-enibrade all tho old features and several new ones.. Included in the latter will be a record of all animals In cities and towns, as well as in ttis country, a report of .market gardens, poultry and apiaries, and generally tb6 capacity of urban centers In producing ;food- stuffs. fariu'm, the country will be the subject- of nn individual report setting -forth the ownership, acreage, crop value and live-! stock.; Heretofore, these returns We're extended over four schedules. .i-In, co-operation with the Provincial governments, statistics are now being collected. In regard lojmanufactures, mines, forests and fisheries, and these will not a feature of the noil census. "Births, marriages and deaths will also be eliminated because' tlie. statistics are now available an- Dually. Particular precautions are 10 be provided egnfnst duplication or In two hundfcu" and thlrly'cdifi'iiilsslon- ers and eleven thousand enumerators 1 bo einpioyed Urban enumera lors will eac hsecuro from pue thou sand to twehft hundred names, while those In file rurii parts will be ex peeled lo'turn In from six hundred to' a thousand all particulars aske'd ,by. the .department. In the northern part of the; western pro- vinces the Mounted Police will help out as formerlj, while m the extreme north of Ontario and Quebec, the church .missionaries and Hudson Ba> factors will be Utilized for the work Abbut two weeks will suffice for the enumeration, except in tha reriote and scattered constljifencles EACH MAN OP-AVAR NOW 'dXUHlfcS BADGE ___r_u.- t LONDON, Sept. tho days of the elaborately carved figureheads, now only seen !n naval museums, no British warship has carried nn official badge but now nnf Admiralty commit- tee with an heraldic -has revivefl the ancient insignia In anoth- er- form. Faeh British man oWar his now been'.gfahted a'dtily authorized badge, to'be'fixed in wood or brass ori the quarter deck; and on either bow of its boats. Badges have been design- ed to represent the name of tho ves- sel pictorlally, or, when that was im possible to embody some device con: riecteil with Its history. The Vertiirou's a badge rep resenting two dice, Sportive has a butti..? goat Tactician, a chess knight; Tormentor, a Sea; cat with arched back; Inconstant, n butterfly Sesame i key Sterling the pound mark and Watchful an eye. CONFERENCE n fl PROBLEMS; i Ur llr WINNIPEG, Nov. two-day con- ference to discuss agricultural prob- lems of the province was opened here today by President John firaclsen of the ilaaUoia -Agris-dtim! College. Subjects to be discussed Include tbe control of weeds aud iusecta crop diseases and sell drifting. Officials from the varloui agricultural in the city and from experimental, farms throughout the province are in at- tendance. The'iuorulug following'the opening; address of President Bracken was discussion oii the of wheat suitable Iinporta.noa of and the variefles'-raat should ba recommended In the various districts, Is being dis- cussed this afternoon. Modeli from to DEPLORABLE CONDITIONS IN RUSSIAN CITIES, BIRTHRATE IS NIL] Ottawa ;ls Ihtere'sted in the At- Ad ministration Will Take Hedley Davidson, W-oodctock, 13 3 ears old, bunted into a 1M pound radlitor while sweeping ind It ftft on him breaking his leg .NoS-. Canadian Press.) In-view of coming adininls- tration.changes in Washington, de- In with the .the St. Lawrence water- way will be.'followed here with espe- cial interest.; The question of deep- e'nlng Lawrence watenvay is now, beforo the International Water ways Compassion on a joint reference ot'tho .goxernroents ot the United States and. Qancda The .commtosloji ,1s, nutliorlzed to Inquire Into, the merits ot the various schemes submitted by engineers, their cost and EO Iprlh and lo report there- on to the When the commission's reports and recommend- ations h'aie been, recened the dues tion of government action thereon will arise, and it la on the po slbllilles regard that discussion turns 'Will the Harding administration, it Is asked, ba favorable to tho St I an rence project' Fro ijouncemenls, on tlie subject will awaken t Interest In official circles here ;That it 15 Unjust and Forward Case of C.N.R. Em- 'WINNSPfiG, Nov. 5.Win nti'open let- ter lo D; B. Haiina, president of the C.N.R., Lu L. Pellller. legislative rep- resentative, i Order of Railway Con- protesting Mr. Hanua's non- political: order Issued to employees of the Canadian JJatlpnal Railways. Mr. after quoting from the act governing tho election ot merabera of the house.of comradnB nud "the 'elec- toral- franchise, mnlntalnB that: Mr, Hanna'a'order IB unjust and inconsist- ent: v-) "The morals of "the" C.K.IV "'employ- eesw-6uld impaired by greater activities'In politics, nor the Interests' of the O.N.n. be Jeopardized by taking lively inierest In the couniry" wel- fare. "It has been assumed that an: em- ployee'a first duty Is to his but during the war' we' were taught (hat lie owed also a duty to tho state.' To these primary principles you ap- to be opposed Judging by J your interview lnvWlnnlpeg ori October 25." Tbe .writer suggests that Mr. Hauna should' Withdraw his order, or amend I it to provide that no restriction be 'placed ou.auy emitloyee becoming a candidate for any political ofllce If an employee Is elected to any of- lice then the question of his retaining his future relations with the company on its merits and In harmony with the wishes of the employees and the interests of the railway, Mr. Pelitler contends. SUGAR PRICES. IN NEW YORK. WYNDHAM is DARING AIRWOMAN "Poppy" WynOham a charuilqg eereen artist, Is urovlog an excellent airwoman and is quality- Ing for a pilot's license. She revels In loops and spins and has a comp'ra- hensiv'e knowledge of airplane engines. j She Is the third'daughter of Lord Inchcape, head o( the Dritlsh-Indla, Peninsular and pricntal and olher important steamship lines, as well as being actively laleresled in other ex- j tensive business enterprises. lils eldest, daughter married the Hon. Alexander Shaw, a lawyer and -Mem- ber of Parliament. The second daughter married Major FWdurlek Georgo Dalley, son of Sir James Halloy. But Xllss Elsie ran away to become the bride of Deanys Wyndham an actor for which her father has never forgiven her, notwithstanding that Wyudham earned the. rank of Capkiln in the Wiltshire Regiment. J _ Inchcape' formerly 'was a member of the Council of India, was a merchant in Presi- dent four years.of the Bengal Cham- ber of Commerce and has extensive Interests in the Far East. Iliit' Wiss a petite brun- ette, ha? no prospect of sharing his many millions, so she is doing soino film work and hopes to becomd an instructress In aviation. NEW 10RK Ihe raw sugar market was. reported un- steady, in tone this morning, refined granulated still quoted at 10 1-2 to 11 cents bolesale Retail prices showed no change New Constitution Will Proridt For That Possibility the Future THE HAGUE, NOT. poisJ- billty of becoming a republic Is prospect for Holland under recom- mendations submitted today by Ua commission appointed to reiite the constitution. If thesa recommenda- tions are adopted. Holland will ban the chance to decide oa with royalty unless the princess, Juliana, i only child of Qoeen-Wll- hplmlna and Prince Consort Henry, some day gives blrtli to a son by-a husband whom the Dutch parliament approves as her consort. cess now ia 11 years old. The commission proposes after- unless there is a direct mile descendant of a male ruler, the shalTgo to some-male of the sewnd, generation-of the -lust laOaT event of there -being no direct male people shalL have tlip. opportunity 'to chango ilia' country's fona of government, under: the commission's scheme Industry of the Soil resources of Ini, bant etientiil clemtnt in tlis Dominion'i fundamental eiploilalion of the soil. For 55 year, v ocen promohng the of egziculturist: our CO operation n being ulil lied fiom coast to coast in endeav or to'ir.crco.e the output''of iKe fieldt UNION BANK Of CANADA Branch Branches also at Caidslon and Bafbri! CVC. Kingy Manager' F. H.'PETERS IS THE ALBEP.TA VICE 'PRESIDENT I I OTTAWA, Nov; first annual meeting of thp- advisory council of the Jnstilute ot the civil vlco was Jield liere jejfcrday The institute was formed last spring ID promote the welfare'ol :members and to maintain.-. nlgb professional standards 4u4 tho useful ness of tiE: public. Among the vice-preslderit3: elected .were: Jlanitoba--B. ,.Brydone-Jack, Winnipeg. Sastralchewan and H Peters Calgir> p British Columbia R Tiawson, Vancouver JTCZEMA You aro not Ing when 5cu Ur Diascs On I mcnt aol Skill Irrlta M UfluJ. Jt at (we and gmdu ally heals Hie bamblo box 1> Chaics Oliltrnqnt (tco i! you muiUon tins paper forposlago. OX. 1 box. oil pr JEdmanson, BaM3 Co, Torontoi-v 'Baby'sOwnSoap' A Sanitary wash A Soft healthy skin A lingering fragrance "Us Bui for Baby and Best for You." TRUSTEE'S SALE OF STOCK AND FIXTURES- Ofiers.jare'Invited.for the immeiliato iiurchase of the Slock and fixtures belonging to .th'o Estalo of ROBERT B.MORDEN, of -consistiii'g of: Groceries Dry 'Goods r Boots and Shoss Crockery and Silverware Fixtures Ford Triick and Wagon .J 790.75 5M.50 458.35 uu.uu Copies of tho tnventorj may be Inspected and further mfor.n atioT obUlncd'at thi office of the ai or Lutli hndge j THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE CO., LTD. AUTHORIZED TRUSTEE G CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. (By A., Kulin, a Lucerne buaineas man who has juat arrived here !after a five months'- Moscow, told the correspondent ot the''.Associated: Press that the birth rate In the- Russian cities had de- creased almost to n point where no. niore children Vero -while the death rale., was..constantly': Increas Ing. The. metal Industries are the ofiiy ones operating, lie said. Speak- ing ol the high prices (or food and clothing, he added: "Women in.the clttcs are wearing nonrtesorlpl dresses 'made patched cloth and scraps ,of lace, scarfs, .etc. t 'cannot see how'anyone tan' live through another winter except the peasants. 'Tho fact that in Moscow there are many .passports of all nations nfafcea It possible (o send'HolstibvuH propagandists all over tbo world.' IJuhn returned to Constantin- ople via Turkestan and Dakm Ho said that It would'bo virtually Im- possible for Bolshevists' to' penetrate India through Tiirfocstnn because of the trackless dosert and unfriendly Mussulman tribesmen. Ho said there are German prisoners along the railway from Orenburg to- Tas- kent, mort of whom did not know who won the wnr. "In Dalai the British .and- Ameri- can prisoners irero rnado to clean the streets, and-they (were compelled to Hro In said Air. Kuhn. "I came through TIHIs and was able to observe that tho Georgians aro subjected to a tyrannous rule im- posed by a delegation from Moscow against which they ctarp not proieVl.' ALBERT. PKlN'Ct, ALIlbHt, With threo -imall northern Pols'! to Hear from Prince Albert constituency has given a majority of 363 for importiilion of Uniiorifor priyrtlCr.uso. Thp'polls to be lie.ifdtfrom u'ro Ciimbcrliiriii jrouso anil two lumber camps on tho Carrol River. Thcso prouahly will bring the wot majority to 406. SATURDAY THE BIG DAY OF CLARKE'S MID-SEASON SALE Great Savings Throughout Every Dept. for the Last Time Tomorrow ALL Hosiery Gloves Corsets Suits Coats Dresses OFF Silk Hose Silk Underwear Sweaters BALANCE OF. ALL YARD GOODS At Special Bargain Prices C5c Velta Flannels. tialo Pvjatna Plannels Kloral Linings. Salo 50c Colored Sateens. Salo........... 'Corded Velv'eta. Salo............ 52.00 Plain Salo............ }2.7S Plain Velvets. Salo............ Klmoiin Cloth. Sale 45c Wrapperettcs. Snlc press Goods. Kale }3.50, Dress Goods. Sale J1.76 Iloman Satin Miifng. Sale 49c 94c ...94c ...34c Unjlenvear f iiitewear Children's Coats Cffireii's Dresses Girls'Coats Girls'Dresses Scarfs and Caps CLARKE'S MID-SEASON SAIM ;