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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 9. 1919 THE DAILY PAG1-: THIRTEEN BIO INCREASE IN DOMINION DEBT .OTTAWA, Ocl. 9.--A dlsnp- Dr. Cowan of Rcglna Tells the 'Agricultural Committee of Their Need (Cunadlau Frees) x OTTAWA, OcU agrU-ullural committee o( (lie commons today give consideration to iho Quesilou or irrl- Billon lu (lie dry areas it.tbo prairie provinces. During the discussion the Important announccincul was made by Pror. J. A. Grlsdalo. deputy lulnlsler of agriculture, lliat Uie department ol sericulture. realizing iho Importance of this matter, Is uuderlakiug to carri- on a trorough Inquiry iuto tho whole question which may Itau to Important rofluUs. W. A. Buchanan of Lellitridgo, Tvho Introduced tlio subject, told the com mlttci) llial crops to Iho.valao of H UOQ.OGrj liart Leon produced on Irrlgal od land In the Lcthbriage district and emphasized the importance or Ir- rigation- dovolornnenl. Dr.'Cowan and pointed out that, it. was a mailer which of- fects southern Saskatchewan R3 well as Alberta, and drew attention [acl that It was a problem lu which tho provinces as well as the Dominion! aro Interested. uolnllag situation In regard to claims of 11 vrbo 'eViriK Uio tionor and bounties c.t- ichcd to the Invention of ibis for- Idablo Instrument of war. The testimony and the statements I (he Qttomeys Indicated that the anfc was a sort of middle ground he- rccn armored motor care, which rdnancc expert. Admiral Bacon built a motor with bridges to be laid across a trench on the approach and. picked up on the. return, hut this failed to ;et over a double Hne trench. Then came tests of machines with huge wheels able lo span a wide space, huL these were discarded. Finally Iho caterpillar tractor scheme was adopt- ed, beginning on an extended discus- sion as to whether they should he Constructed to transport troops through fire swept areas. Out ot these discussions came the trials o[ the fnark one tank, wilh which the lnquir> Is dealing-. Was Once Abandoned The caterpillar once aban Oct. report that Genv dcr Guliz, com- mander the German forces hi the Dpi lie provlucea, 1ms Joined tho KusBlan Uolshcvik (orcea with his etad Is denied in a Geriuau government wire- less mtssBKb received hero. Declare Warnings Should Uci doned by war office, one'of the claimants testified, "It woa" kept alive in the because, according Ida statement" by one of the attorneys of Mr. Churchill's belief In the neces slty o[ producing soniu machine t1 orer-rldc the trendies. Among the' claimants are Major Otn. Ernest D. Swinloo, Commodore Murray Fraser Sir Eustad Tennyson-d-Eyeo, director constr W. A. II Ions. Gen. R win ton yrtis the only heard today. Sent (o d'Annurmo Who is a Kcbcl HOME. Oct. cscitomcnl In j political circles and citentlcd com- j inenl In the press Las been caused By! the reported receipt o[ ivarnings from I Crcat Drilnln and Hie United Stales by Maly In regard lo lue situation at Flume. [I Is declared Ilia! I lie Brit- SL wamlog slated In eltcct that It the present illeeal sltuatloii" at "iunK- should continue, Italy would ruu ihe risk o[ Icing put out ot Ihe illiance and the peace conreronce" ind that il. 'wa.q reen.irr-i! o. lew days ifter a similar warning from tho Unit- id States. The Tribnna prints a rlolcnL article illgmatizmg the warnings and earing hnt tlie British aud American warn- iigs sliould not be Addressed lo Italy, nit lo Canl. GabrIel6'd''Annunzio. as 'Kiume la nol llaly, in tact Fiumo'lE 'ebtlng against the Italian govern- ment, wblcb fogetlicr with the other allie- is unable lo solve Ibe Adriatic problem after the disavowal of tba pact ot London." Election Manifesto HOME, Oct. Catholic Porra- ar party bas directed a manifesto lo Ihe country preliminary lo Ihe gen- eral elections, saying Us program In- cludes tbt liberty ot religious leach- Ings in schools, organization of the finances of a country, promotion ot agriculture find commerce, revision ol peace treaties and the resumption ol cordial relations with all peoples- "Jn view .pf the nearness of uni versal Ihe. manifesto Bays, "weimifc-lo make the Christian religion a perennial source of c'lvllJza tlort and and to' elevate 0 dear, I do wish mother would make me some more 106 _. Hie cousclen'dejol the people for the director or naTa and lor eoclal COQ- uclion ol Uie admiralty, and i 1 Trllton, of the ministry ol nuu-l 'An English company lias Tteen awarded Lbe conlracL.for making the cable Lo be laid between San Franclscb and Tokio, !o cost Ovriog lo repoii.5 of palrona eleal log. from them, sugar bowls have bricn ordered off all tables In rcstaurahLE n'nd cafes in'Indiana. Burglars nt the American Express oiitce aL Sharon, Pa., loaded a 300- pound safe on a motor and look It. owny. It contanlcd iioLhlng of value A TTomaB W years old has ,enTolled Hie MIcblEan State TOM SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Get your winter's supply of bedding now.. Blankets and Comforters at far below to- day's prices for Friday and Saturday only. WHITE WOOL MIXED BLANKETS Jlnde from selected Canadian wllh a slight mixture of ration lo prevent shrinking. Will wash and wear hsaulHully. Dim or pink borders, size Cl Inches by 81 Indies, tlegular -l n nn ?13.50.-l'rjdny and Saturdny........................... 16.UU Another saino as above, liut heavier weave. Pegular 1 O Friday and Saturday.......................... J GREY WOOL MIXED BLANKETS Matte''from" Canndlnn wool wilh JusL cnougli cotton to give UcUcr service. Warmth, comforl, durability, tho three essentials yon want. Size CO Inches liy SO Inches. Regular J13.00. 1A 7C Friday and Saturday................................... tl Another ercy blanket lliat for ivarmlli and durability can't beat. Size SO inches by SO incites. Regular 510.50. Q 71 Krldoy anil Saturday.................'.................. ALL COMFORTERS, OFF A splendid range of sftcen and reversible combric covered comforters. Kull of service nnd comfort. Marked prices are far below Ihose of today and aro a real bargain at, Friday and 1 ftfihL aalurdny, marked price, 1" FLANNELETTE BLANKETS Orcy or while, oilra elzo blnnkols, dcpcnilablc quality, t rA A liJW BEDROOM RUGS llnke your bedroom floor ivarm ivlih ono ol Ihese rugs. A lew "odd ones, all dlftcrenl sizes. Friday and Saturday IQftJ. OFF OILCLOTH AND LINOLEUM RUGS Tho rue tba! gives bolter service. Don't Bet mlied up I with names, ask for the kind with tho canvas back. Suitable, for any room. BAWDEN BROS. HULL BLOCK PHONE 625 COMPLETE HOUftC FURNISHERS 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 62S 'From Our Own FOREMOST, Oct. snowstorm is raging this morning, alter a -heavy wind all day yesterday. The rains of JTV. weeks ago are pretty well dried out now. Any additional moisture is welcomed. Corporal Eric Donaldson ot the Al- torado dtBlricl lias returned from nrcr- seas wllli an Irish bride. Medhural Sr. has returned from Lcthbridge and reports her son Fred as doing well after his opera- tion. Mrs. Walls Intends leaving today to join ner husband uL Lang, Horn, to Mr. and Jlrs. Williams, ol Birdsliolm, a daughter, on Thursday, Sept. 25th. I The ladies' Aid. are intending lo servo a chicken supper on Tnanks- glrlng evening from 5.30 to S o'clock. .They are hoping (or good weather find a large crowd, hcshhy Iccih Vhc oral- rr.ry is futile- You inust first ci-c Icr tlie cams, on which health depends. How nmiy people think of Uik? Ye4 four out of five ircoplc over forty cufTcr from cum-dccAy, or Pyorrhea (Rjggs1 At firsb the gums become though nctual ij-im- pcrccpiiblc. Hut in lime rcccdln" pums will curdy rvnd then only a ucnlijt cave them. The tender, bleeding Rums of 1'yorrhcA r.lso oct a3 co many for gcnriS to enter the infect Li A joinU or causing other ailments. Forhin'a (For the Gums) Fyorrhc.i, if used in lime and used consislcnlly. This means that it pre- vents Tum-shrinb.iec, rum-blccding. automatically, I'orhan's prevents loolh loosening..- Brush your with it. It scien- tifically the (hem r.hitc mid clean. f j I( EumshrirTbaBQ haa already Mtin, sLirt u.'tng's consult a tlcnlist immediately for treatment, t 35c and tubes, All Dnigglals, FORIIAN'S bTq., Can ada. Haif Lily White and Half Sugar You will have wonderful success with your preserves if you follow the example of the Technical Schools and replace half the sugar with LILY WHITE Com Syrup. The initial saving in money may be small, but your jams and jellies will keep'better, will have finer will be just the right consistency and will not crystallize. LILY WHITE makes Dandy Candy Endorsed, by good housewives everywhere. LILY WHITE Corn Syrup is sold by all grocers in 2, 5, 10 and 20 Ib. tins. THE CANADA STARCH CO., UMITED, BONTREAlV ;