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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1920! Former Minister of Hearst Gov- ernment Makes Charges Against Commission Making Inquiry in Ontario, who, ho said, bad plotted to "get Ferguson." The declared: "He 13 going U> fail to get Ferguson, because Ferguson has done nothing that will not stand the light ot day." Mr. Ferguson Intimated that com- ments made "by the i-ommisslouera during tho timber inquiry inilk-uted pro-judgment on their and he ssiid what had bee a intended for an inquiry was being turm'd into a prose- cullen. that the probe be extended back to the time ihe Liberals were in poiver. He said this would lead to iclerestiuj revelations. ye i No Cause For Complaint About Quality Of Coal Shipped From Gait Mines TAKE THREE MONTHS TO PUT VESSEL IN SHAPE Oct. cf be- fag on ins defensive during.his sec- sud Latchford, Hon. 0. Howard Fer-- inquiry before Justices Hidden and uLtchford. lion. G. 'Howard Per- juson, minister of lauds, forests and mieesjn the late Hearst government, today'assumed the offensive not only against n. T. Harding, Uie crown, counsel, whom he had assailed yes- terday, but also against the two Jus- tices nho uera conducting Iho in- Mr.'Ferguson charged Mr. Harding with "being au Instrument of H. H. Dewart, K.C., Jl.P.P., Liberal -leidnr WHITE STAR VANCOUVER, Oct. Trunk Pacific Steamship omVials here have so far accurate Informa- tion us to the extent of the damage dons to the steamer Prince Kupert which ran- ashore in Svranson IJay parly. Friday morning, while on her way from Yiuicuuver to Prince Ku- pert, aUd 'until 'a thorough examina- tion ot the damaged hull is made, it vyill be Impossible to form any eMl- mate of the time It will' take to effect repairs. It 15 believed "among shipping men tbat it will take three mouths to get the vessel. into commission again. MONTREAL, LIVERPOOL Meganiic..Oct. 16 Canada Oct. 30 Uejantic Nov. 13 'ORTl.AND, LIVERPOOL Prom Portland From Halifax Canada Dec. 4 Canada ...Dec. a Hesantic .Dec. 11 Megantlo .Dec. 12 White Star Line LIVERPOOL Kobile (Formerly S.S. Cleveland) Oct. 5 Baltic Oct. a Mobile Oct. 30 Celtic Nov. 6 Baltic Nov. 20 NEW SOUTHAMPTON Olympic Oct. 9 Adriatic Oct. 20 0 Adriatic 6 Nov. 17 Olympic.. Nov. 27 .Adriatic Dec. 15 Apply any or S. S. Agent, Company's .Office, 2SO Main St. .Winnipeg. _ PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW YORK-LIVERPOOL S_.V. Vlc.._. .Oct-9 Vestrls Oct. U K.jV. Tic. ..NOT. 6 Cnrmonia.Nov. 20 K.A.'Vie... Dec, 4 NEW CHERBOURG- SOUTHAMPTON Impciator. .Oct. 7 Aquitanla..0ct. 12 .MaurelanfiiOct.2S- Aquitania.. Nov. 2 Aquitania. Nov. 23 HEW CHER- BOURG Caronia. ..Oct. 21 Caronia. .Nov. 25 Carouia Jan, 1 NEW CHER. HAMBURG Saxbnia...Oct. 30 S v NEW GLASGOW Via MOVILLE 3 Columbia. .is'ov. 6 Columhia.Dec. 11 Golnmhia.Jan. 15 NEW PATRAS, GREECE Pannpnia OcL 20 KONTREAL-r-GLASGOW Cassandra. Oct. 16 Saturnia..0ct. 30 Caasaii'lra NOT. 20 For full Information apfllr to any It R. or S. S. Agents, or Company's offics SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main Winnipeg. RAIL RATES WiLI, NOT BE DISALLOWED WINNIPEG, Oct. Otta- wa correspondent of the Manitoba -Press-sayEt- :Nobody- who -attended slt- ilngs In the appeal to the privy council from the railway rates In order of the railway commission has tha remotest hope that the order will be disallowed. The government made up Its mind on this point long ago. It issued a statement to that effect before ever an -appeal, was filed. Its minister of railways, Hon. Dr. seal of approval on'ttie document and then prompt- ly left for England. luijulries made us to'the report j brought back from Winnipeg to Csl-j gury by J. F. McCalJ, power engineer i In that city, that the coal operators! were their own enemies In the mat-! j lor ot export in establishing a market j in Manitoba, divulges that the con-' diiioos named do not applv coal of the mines. Mr. McCall j stated that coal from Albsrta cauie j into the Winnipeg Cartel in dirty state, without being properly screen- i ed or graded. There were chumps of I rock lound in the coal, hi the Gall. mines tho coal is carefully screened; i all the year round and properly grad- I cd. From information the Herald has been able get, it develops that the t main cause df complaint is uuo to the quality of coal shipped hy some of X M' Pans after ?atmg and had f the small mines In tho Drtimhe-ler constant he.-.u.tehe, sna was unable district where there Is no proper to sleep at "eight. I via gelling so "FRUIT-A-TIVES" Mt'dt Hsr Well, 111 J. J. secretary of the Alber- ta branch of the Ketall Merchants' Association, visited 1-c-ihbriJgo this morutbg and in an Interview staled that tho new system of collecting tho luxury tues from eountif mercbanls ia being received with thanks. The nyetem Is tho selling ot stamps and tbo collecting of returns by cus- tom officers. In connection with tho luiury tai Mr. Kellaa stated tail back hajt bcon Issued by bis associa- tion that Is prorinj ereit help to retail merchants lu In ciplain- Ing their duty. FORMER SENATOR CRANE DEAD MAOA.HE ARTHUR 8EAUCKEH 805 Carlier St., Montreal. "I sqfrcrcd terribly from Cans- for many yeara.- DALTO.V, Masi., Oct. JI. i S. Senator W. Murray Crane, who had I seriously ill for several died here today. Kir. Crane was prom- n the Ropublicaii party tor years. proper screening or entiling eijulpment. When times -iro slack the endeavor Is made j to screen tho coal, but at rush seasons 1 tbo coal is sent out hastily without carefully screened. NEXT SEASON WILL SEE SHOE PRICES DROP MONTREAL, OcU of from 10 to 15 per cent, in tho cost ot'foot wear for next season as compared with last spring's .figures were an- nounced today by Henri Viau, secre- tary of the Shoe Manufacturers' As- sociation of Canada. Mr. Viau "pointed out that these re- ductions were the lowest that could he expected owing to the high price of labor, Increase In freigh't rates and the disappearance of manufacturers' surplus stocks. Ill Coffee Cofiw, grmm h Ae rod, (by toouctmn' plinmioos, ii rich ia tbcic wJiicfi give the fragrance and 10 A I, BRAND ihe pftfea CofJnL put inioair -tight partagti, itt gxxxJfieu and ei2ul> zronu sealed fioa In %r i tod tim. At good dealers Write for "Perfect on request. thin that I TTOS frightened and EOvcrJ physicians however, did not seem able to help me. A; Ls 0 a 'l-'nui-c-titxs'. I did- so ftcd soon. I felt soma relief. I continued with 'Fniit-a-lives' in a sb'oit time, the Constipation waa.banislted, I felt no more'jiaics or headache or the disagreeable sensations tlut follow dyspepsia.. Nan I am sell, strung aa4 visoro'M." Madame ARTHTJR BEAfJCEIEU. v" Wo, a boi, 6 for J2.SO, trial siza25o, At all dealers or Fruit-a-tivet Limited, Ottawa, Oat, SUGGESTS DIRECT NEGOTIATIONS ON REPARATION MATTER BURGLARS TOOK SAFE AND VALUABLES ALONG WITH HORSE AND BUGGY lEAT- RARITAN, Oct. burglars stole a horse and wagon here, recently, broke Into thft second-storey apartment of I. Kugler and stole his watch and then descended into his buiche'r store on the ground floor and car- ried away a 500-pound safe con- taining Jewelry and currency val- ued at The horse and wa- gon came back later without a driver, but no tracej of the safa has been found. FLOODED RIVER SWEEPS CONTRACTING PLANT HARTIAND, N.B., Oct: St. John river rose six-or seven feet last night and swept away tha plant of the; New Bnmssvick Contracting and Building (cbmpany ivhlch. Is icbuild- ing tho bridge across tho river here. Practically ten-weeks'- work has been wiuei! out with tho plant almost a total loss, amounting lo many thou- sands of dollars. A. C. McMICKEN DIES S'JDDENLY.IN WINNIPEG WINNIPEG, Oct. Clifford McMIcben, assistant receiver general ot the finance deparlment ot the fed- eral government in Winnipeg and man- ager of the Dominion -government sav- isgs bank, was Blrlcken Immediately sitter dinner at the Carletoa club this .evening ana expired before the physic- ian reached his side, a victim of heart disease. The deceased was the adopted son- of the late Hon. Gilbert McMIck- en, and was born in Ciiiton, Ont.. Nov. 10, 1857. Ho had been a resident in Winnipeg 4tl years. Wheat on the. Winnipeg eiehaigs took another four cent drop this morn- ing. .Yesterday's close was 52.3T and today's for October. November clased today at J2.25 and yesterday's close was necember closed at S2.17 and yesterday's close was Chicago's figures arc also down for today's trading. Decerab5r closed yes- terday at and this morning the. close was Hay closed today at being- 3% ceats lower than Friday. BELGIUM MAY COJfCLUpE A DEFENSIVE AGREEMENT BRUSSELS, Oct. Nntton Beige'lay's it-is Informed' that the Belgian-Dutch negotiations at present under th'e con- clusion of a defensive, agreeihe'ut, aim- ing not only at tire Wielrigen Passage and Sdieldt r.iver question, but the wholq Belgian 'territory. Such a military agreement is con- sidered as the oulyimcans frir Bel- gium and the allies to'be enabled to assure the, defense of. Antwerp-and tho Scheldl. River, tne newspaper de- clares. PUTTIiVG BACK THE CLOCK Ask for Genuine Original ca and Fresh, Sweet and Sustaining Made at London, Ontario JIONTKEAL, Oct. morning (his city reverts lo standard I time. papers today publish articles explaining mlnntely how clocks are '.o bo put back. One firm said it had timepieces lo regu- late beforo Monday. GAS SHORTAGE AT HAMILTON HAMILTON, Oct. gas situa- tion is acuto in Hamilton again as a {result of ihe ,irup in temperature. j This -morning tliu United .Gas and Fuel company cut- off all factories using gas nad Ihrc.atcned lo do Iho t.amo with homes whore was Is UpCd PARIS, Oct. that France and Germany would "conduct direct ne- gotiations on the Question of repara- tions TYis ez pressed-to tbe-Kreseh ambassador to Germany during the converoalibns ho had yesterday with Dr. Simons, German foreign minister, according to the Journal's correspond- ent at Berlin. The correspondent adds that upon the iniative of Germany there already has been an eichacga ol views between competent French and German anthorilic-s. CONSIDERS TRIBUTE TO AMBASSADOR LONDON, OcL -As- ioclatiid_ Dally Chronicle, In the course of an editorial on tbi decision of the Canadian government to leave its interests In tho "United States In the hands ol the British am- bassador at Sir Auck- land Geddes, regards this fs a special tribute to the ambassador. The Chronicle, while noting that the ar raugement is not necessarily perman- ent, says that it Is nona the less a gratifying compliment to the Mother Country and Sir Auckland Geddes. cup of Cocoa? (3ppd at any-lioutvof thedoM evening a short time before i Atts and cive restful sleep in aiiysen BOOXLET'bVciIplCE JlECtPES SENT FBEE'TJ! TYPHOON CAUSES HEAVY LOSS OF LIFE TOKYO, Oct. of per. sons.have lost their lives and widespread property'damage hgi been done by a' typhoon which struck the eastern coast of Japan yesterday.' The etorm centered around "Yokohama, where 44 Jap- anese were' drowne'd "or killed by f al I ing walls and -120 were serious-' ly Injured. DR. McCALLUM QUITS mNNIPBa, Get Ottawa correspondent of tho Free Press' re- ports the resignation of Dr. lum from the petition of hud of Canadian research connell. It attrib- utes his action to be due to overlap- ping bclug so serIons that, no .goodi'' SHOE WORKERS'. AGREE TO Ma Oct.'.' o( the. joint council of sb'de wprkers tg-_. day. formally Blgned ail agreoment with' mahufacturers-.Hore coDtinijiafe'i present irsgo and vrorking conditions for IS monthe wjd assuring Industrial peace during that period. V the sealed air-tight carton it "Good." Red Rose Tea comes to you vrith ati its original rich strength and rare flavor'fully retained. .The Green Label, is Blue Label is better. Red Rose Coffee meets the desire of Western Canada fora real good DAMAGES f-'OR LIBEL LONDON. On'.., Oct. of BiiMuiph tnivnphip yesterday awarded Jl.fiOd iioniagea from H. K. Hodglns for lilipilous ttulemonla dur- ing tlie 1019 iiiDniolnal elections, BUILDING CONTRACTOR ATTEMPTS SUICIDE Out. H. JorOan. ti ViiDtrador.'d.esponilent of his inability to 'secure, building was fount] with a .2.1 calibre Millet through liis n'gtif lemjile. GROSS DEBT OF U. S. GREATLY REDUCED WASHINGTON', Oct. gross debt oMhc I.'niu-cl' Slates war, rcdiiced by in September, accord- ing to public today by the treasury dciiariment. FOUNDER WON'T DI6CUS3 PROPOSAL DUIH.IN. Jmiiifler of tlic Hluii Fein organlzstfon dsclincil today to diBCuSa (ho plan forward Viscount drey for cf th'j Irisli quoation. Mr. Griffill] tuolt iho ground tliat Ixnd Groy only for hitnsolf anil that no ronld cntt-rtalncd unless it