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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PARK KOUHTKKtf THE LKTUDlU'nGE MONDAY. NOVKMBKIl in. W.I Canadian Pacific Royal Train, The Prince of Wa'c lu Lord the P. hie- Prince's In Eddiuon n tht- "Killrrney" Ibft Iraln Is to Laie j private tar, the -o J. K. 1- Ho.-s. The "Crnmarly" h liaised ;a IT-T Sued t train. nr.J 5etrral of FINAL ACI10 PUT PEACE TREATY INTO FORpE DELAYED BY M ITALIAN DELEGATES o---------------------------------------- in Ratification by U. S. I has scccecded In arriving at an u.i- IWiiL -H-ltU Call r Me rt'Annun- Sennte Also to Pecul- iar Situation ir.t-ni the Liive ore f a scries for Ihe The Cancdian Pacific Royal Ti-ain Carrying the Prince of Through Canada. pact lUOf room filled with a lounge, electric In rold ctiatrs, a lable and On rainy days weather the passin; scenery may bs viewed more pleasantly through the windows on eiihcr side, than from the platform outside. A speed ret1 or dor adds Interest to the con- st3.ni enticement ot tno Journey. Tvhilc an air pressure gauge indicates ite application of the brakes by the engineer. N.-MI io the observrjlon comparl- jj.; hr-a.i.Ti'rrers j mcni comes a section devolM lo ihe 'V-iriri train Js ic- I'rir.cc's se-cnMary. after which ona ichc-s lae bedroom to be occupied His Iloyal Highness In person A simplicity characterizes this tOr r 't '.j-. ---T f L.1'ITOOU1. pi ran re In 'In- h l! r Its; OOTT1- nr. Noih- to Lhc in w.tli at! parts of ihe mhrr. rarj cr. ilir ihf "Kil- of arms tencMh li'ite inscriiiiinn dien" Tie rar is entered by mrpjis ol a oV.srrvaiinn platform al ihe rc-ar, small 7U enough to ac- camciorfate several arm chairs Irpm v-jicJi the. royal partr will the of the Holies or th wb's-il firlds .ol Ihe prririos.; first cumparUnETH Is ilrvotrd to ,T con rhile wilch ojrcJiy inlaid finished a fine ol ebony ou timing ihe r'aaels. Inlo the walls across the end e bi-dstczd, flatbed with mile oraamcnlatica in the while nsEihos- acy of the room. Over the bed may be piillcd a roller curtain to protect the occupant frctn tbe dust and draughts o' the rcntilatora In Ihe Tbe door Is a full length an oval glass lj set above dressing talile. [he d res E 'tis The fitting and toilet of In harmony with the wood- work and-a" large" .receptacle Is screwed into the wall lo hold a botlle for hot or cold drinks dnrin? tic nlsh1_-_ NcYt to the royal bedroom a' second stateroom, irilh" Iwo berths similar1 lo assltraed lo Then .In a nlcfce in He wall Is a. shower bath of wliile tiles and porcelain. The central portion o! ibe car Is devoifd LO ihe dining room v.-bich Is lasielullT decorated In royal blce. the little extension table is a heary pilo carpet of blue, with sii chairs I'.pho Isle red In lapeslry to match. The curtains anil even the drawers of the sideboard carry out the color scheme, for the silver table service reposes between di- risiona of blue tapestry velvet. Ile- Lirwn the sideboard and ibe window Is a secretaire with pens and paper reidy for many social notes lhat ill be Imposed apoa the Prince and his secretary. Above ature bookcase, just it is a mini- enough For a few delightful volumes special- ly furnished, and all by Canadian authors. TVilh steel walls finished In Imi- talion mahogany, a kitchenette, pantry, Iccboi. service counter, char- coal healer and chef's bedroom, have been Sited into limited beyond the dining room. The car "Empire" TE reminiscent of an English coach, for tie seats are partitioned ofl and joined only by the narrow corridor that runs down Ihe length cf the car. At each end Is a commodious drawlnKTpom with a snfa In afliJitTnn to lit" upper and lower berths. The color scberce ol the compartment car la gre? aDii preen, the Ibe marbleized finish conirasl- 1ns happily with> Lhe" .o( the heav? (rlseUs'-pluxh .upholstep'. .In "'Is "an dividual heating control. The members of the Prince's im- mediate suite Trill occupy the "Kil- larney" and dine with in the oiclusive dinins room laid ?or Six more can be accommodated In tbe but a err TV 111 be provided for the remainder of (he parly. The main diner is A pleasant place where tables1 Tor Tour and tables lor tiro are placed la the Kindows down, each side of Ibe car. The rich brown tones of ibu Cuban mahogany waii? auu ceil im a combined ivitb Lho green haasinfa and accentuated with Inlaid linca ol satinwood harmonize beautifully. The diner will accommodate Ihirty persons al a silting. The three rcmalatnjj sleepers pre- sent only one feature of exceptional interest to the [ravelling irell acquainted rriUi the details cf the C. P. ft. sleeping cars. Tucied in aVorner Is a dispensary as ship- shape as the doctor's oEfcc oa MRIS. Xov. today bad heen act as the datu far a reel- ing between or Grr- uiuny and doleeatea of Great UrlUln, anil Ualy lo discuss tUa posod protocol to the jieuco In which tha Ocrmana are ex- pecled to bind themselves to live up to tbo armistice conditions, tho dit- cuss Ion did uoL tako i-laco. Tho Ital- ian delegation, it developed, was not rendy for tha conlercucc. U. S. Not Indlipentable PARIS, Nor. supremo couu- cll this morn leg conitdcrcd Filu- nllon likely k> arise from Jlacusstoji ot raliHcatlon of the peaca treaty with Gtrmany by tlio UnlteJ Stales senate. The possibility Of the treaiy put Into force without ralirica- loo by the United Stales caiuc under says Ihe Tcnjps, which declares that ratification by the Unit- ed Etntca Is.not icdtspcnsibh-. The newspaper elated that. Ihe question arises, however. If It Is pos- iblo lo execute tho treaty Tvltlioul the participation ot the United Slates n the numerous Inler-nllled conimls- lons on reconstruction, control aud he military complaints of occupa- Ion. The supremo council reached an agreement this morning on tho pro- cedure (or convening the first council of Ihe leasue, taking into account the litualion created by tho opnosiiion to notification in tho United Slalea ato, Flume Solution Likely NOT. definite agrea- menl on the-'Fiumc question nppar enlly is In sight. accorJing lo the Popolo Homano today. This cewe- papcr says that, with the help of tho allies, Foreign Minister TiltonI seems about lo achieve an underalandiug re- garding Ihe problem. U also appears, the oewspaper adds that Gen. Uadoglio, tho chief ot staff, :lo by whli-h Ihe pool will not the solution of the Adriatic problem by tho eovcniuicnl. ship. A special chair bis been for the patient ir such tbera be. anil ihe showpiece of tht little office Is a patent light fixture vrilb which the physician can examine Iho throat In one of the cars darkcioset anrl Trorkroom of ranijBd, There are shower tnd sleeping compartments In lla btC" gaje cars too. and cold si art cajn boards vrhera" the keeps hia supplies. An auTillary sc-neralor Ic aisn Installed here, to prornle elec- tric "light'Ihrougtoul liw Imtn If M Is stationarj for toy length 6f tiae. rcfcran Kills Vancouver For- eigner, Then Hangs Him- self in Cell 'VANCOUVER, Nov. 10. -UccatiEC "ado MiskovJcli called Kias George a itc- name last nijhl, Jlichacl Seltious, rsturnul FOlJicr, shc-t Vilhio Ivi'o alier tht shooting bilious Tras arrested. Kellious liang- ed himself In bis cell-at headquartera with his necfetit and iras dead when found. Miskovich will recorer. SelKous, when taken lo the station, declared that MiEfeovich had made statements about King George and for ibis lie.had shot him. He'.scrid: "I have fought for King George and would Tisht for him This sLacenjent ivas boroc out by discharge pipers from Ihe GOth bat- tfllion, Tvith whirl) he liatl gone over- seas. The discharge papers gave the man a lilgh character. I. Odgen Armour, of Armour and wag lined at Mil- waukee for keeping pounds of meat in cold storage for more than a year. NORTH YORK FARMERS WILL ENTER FEDERAL POLITICAL FIELD BIG AMERICAN COAL v MINE IS ON FIRE I..J.. can mine, sal-i to bo the largest I bituminous coal riinu in Ihu I'niU'J Slates, wiik-h dlscovi-red on fin; lasl nlRht. u-as compluuly sealed io- day. uflcr worknivii hnd toikil frnti- iKallj- nil nlglii. Kccausy of the size of the miim and the val- uable machinery It toiiluincil, (he flro is said to be ono of the morl troua in 'the coutiiry. The" mine ji entirely electrically equipped, not n mule being ustJ In it. Onllnarilv men aro employed aad IhL- miuc bus a capacity of 0000 tuns of coat Only -Jl meu, includtng pumpers and engineers, wprc wliou Iht1 fire was discovered and Hicae vrcre rescued. The cause of ilic fire not been determined loday. Tue shaft probably wIll'linTo to remain scaled for two weeks to iivo months. Tbe lUllo son o.f Kev. Dr. rapcr. uf Oneti Sound, was kuock- cil down by a motor car on Ills way Lome from school nnj fatally Injured. NEW FRENCH MINISTER SWORN PARIS, Xov. Press) Capt. Andre Tardleu, who on Thurs- day was appointed mlr.lster of block- ade ami invaded "regions, to Euccctd AIlicrL Lebruu, who resigned, yester- day assumed office, lie was" intro- duced to Ihe personnel at the ininls- Iry. Addressing the men, L'apt. Tar- dieu their earnest cooperation, assuring them of hts protection against uujust critlciEm. "The liberated re- gions must be taken care of prompt- he salrl. The appolnlnicnl of Capt. Tardlcu to tho post vacated by M. Lc-briiu Is mcelins wllli general proval in French political ami Inisi- DCES circles. ROBUST CHILDREN A child should not look pak, thin or worn. Such condition malnutrition. To keep up growth and robust- ness a child needs a plenitude of food rich in scorrs EMULSION abundant in growth-nrctnoting properties, is an ideal supple- mental food that could well be a part of the diet of erery growing child. Children do well on ecoila MVM.TMTOfe.Ovl D-u Cure A CuU in Ono Day Tula "Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets" Y Be sure you get the Genuine Look for this signature on the box. 30c TOMORROW November 11 th ALFALFA SEED BRINGS BROOKS FARMER f740 AC. v NEWMARKET, On I., Xov. Uniltd Fafra'ers of York will try thr-Ir Tortune in nonunion politics. Al a meeting on Saturday aftcmooti they decided to enler 2 candidate in the Ctderal arena, but lelt tliQ matter ol calling a convention in the hands ol the cxeculivcr U Hon. W_ L. MacKenzie-King.lead- cr o! the Liberal parly, adheres to his intention of seeking election In N'orth York, the farmers believe Lhcy can defeat him. A good orEanlzBlion has been Imilt up in North York and much of the time of the meeting Sat unlay was spent in perfecting it. MR? EMMALINE PANKHURST The. A Uracfion of (he Year At Wesley Church, Wednesday Night, Next Admission. for (his and Four Other Big Lyceum Events, v v i- nilOOKS, ihe torgeat returns over produced on 12 acres in this province, or in any ol the prairie provinces, is now being harvested by J. 13. of Urooks, Albcrtn. From this area ol irrigated land lie is threshing a.crop oE alfalfa seed which is yltlding fourteen hush- els ol excellent lo (he acre. This [seed is worth S5c a pouml, and every j pound of can he readily sold In the IdistricL al this price. The cash re- :tiLTn3 from this crop, therefore are equivalent to ?710 from each acre7 or about from the 12 acres. ilr. Strong came lo Alberta from Ilanscn, irlaho, towards Ihe end of Iho summer in 1316, and settled about Ihree miles north of Brooks. Iti Idaho he had seen somelhing of the valuable crops that are being grown on Irri- gated lands" in that stale nntl lie is proving that equally valuable crops can be grown ID Alberla. There are several pmaljor plolg in (he Hrooks district which havo pro-' duced satisfactory yields of alfalfa seed from one acre planted for this purpose. On ticcoutil of.the ecarclly of th's crcry pound of it could readily sold for ?1 a poutid, If the Ecccl were for sale. I People's Forum KIND WORDS Salem, X. J., Nor. D. Editor Herlad. Dear was fortunate enough Lo get a copy of your paper In which note that, you were calling Ihe alien lion of the citizens of your city am ol trade lor not taking more Fntcrc.it In the public iiMHllca sn< must say you are showing Iho rlgh spirit, as 1 was erecting engineer on the Alteration" PlanV'am feel safe In saying lhat it Is some thing thai any city iargr or smal should be prourl of, and It l.i my opln Ion lhat Lethhriclgt Is aa nlco a ell as I havo been In throughout m travel ami wouldn't mind If I C0u1 say that II was my Home. Yours Iruly, n. c. HKATH. FOUND NO TRACE OF POLAR LAND CREW N. S., Nov. steamer Kanawah that she Jic-Archcj for four lionra Ih riositlon giren (ho Bleamc going down, bu found no (raco ot ltto-rcre-w, who ha talxm lo the hoala ]nal before plunf Iti.t io the bottom. MILK per pint In Effect Until Further Notice Lethbridge Milk Producers Association Crystal Dairy, Limited, Distributors ;