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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta lE LETlinniDGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOHEIl tU, President 3. "R. Peynnlilj. ot 11 Manitoba Allege, piv tho follotting inieresti'.ig ictcrvh'w his visit foulli, in iht1 Wir.uipofi j Freo Press: "At the Ityerniiional tV.rm and Soil Produrls riverlly beW at Missouri. ManicuM I ncd Saskatchewan i-.vhlbils j attention. Tbo yrJios .won i liave already been aucouncei. Mr. I.arcombo, ol Uir'.lp. had M? uvll- Known" display- oC grains, fruits nuJ _ Mr. Hamilton, o: l.C'O'i stui3c-nls more ei- euioreJ tho At nl: oi iVp-i tl'.e story of riinJ in ed-i- Asiriocl'.'jrjl rr.ost generously and equipment, and generously to support ji. gc-nerosLty Is shown in the St.'.tes to the? south. Minnesota has spnil this rot The up- rivalled Mr. Larcoaibs :D '.he of iho display. Hetllcp Aiiid. de-pjty inir.Uier of a ['j iM ilio physical, irore. h is SEED GRAIN COMMISSION v PURCHASING SEED OAT3 Oct. feed, eraln commUstou Is "low on the market to purchase Xo. 2 and No. 3 CAV. oala eradlne I i Fted auJ will premiums, of 10 cents for No. L anJ five wuis Tor No. 2 C- seed ovtr the cash close OIL the date" of sale, based v en Fort William freight, ihe bftul, if auv. REBELS SEIZE RIESl. ITALY ROME, Oct. from Sic- ilv today state that tJhe town ol Hies I. 55511 thai i-u- Tv-orlJ. in Its attpiuut'to- rcrover fronj the shock of tbe war." ts in lhe sulphur mlnlag dlstncL, baa Professor. Bracfcon er iheir erhibils. of lo cieins -o[ in format LOU, cri- el-i ligMeiimenl, technical traininjr. j culiure a5 tlie remedy. :o top awards. Thc.Maai lubz soveni'-jeni exiiibU, jiropirtd anJ se! un by S. J. and his staff vroTi li-at ptoce Tor aiLrcciivencss. anJ deserved it. .Standing by ihe exhibit one could hoar the stream of ppeciatcrs. conliual expres- sion? of Qstoaij-hnipnt and admiration over the variety and quality ot Maiii- Loba products. Eelf-Complacenl irlio are inclined to be j EElI-ctunplicent and when CiuaJa is there ara i a few cJ their eyes j opened end their im-, proved when they saw our rlpa corn, tomatoes anl and oar: eplenflld display of cereals and great of hoaey. Ilyj invitation from the boa 1' of govern- ors. I had Lte honor ol ciphering an J address at (ae congress on Ihe j Ject 'Climate in llelalion to .Agiicul- ture.V "It was a eood opportunity, and the opnorlunUr was slighteA, .to iaform the roacerning ol Canafia's asriculturai resources, j Earlier in the day. 1111 American speaker had referred to CauaJa 'as aj riband borJermg the uorlheru ol the United They were, later infojTiicd ihnl the riband was 3.000 Ion? and lor practical j agriculture miles wide, i and that at DUE poir.l CTO miles north J ol the international boundary a 100- j barrel roller mill ivas kept running, by eraln grown in the locality- had only to point to cur exhibits un-, de.r the'same root to prove the gruaU' ness at Canada's resources in her soil and climate. "An lEterestiflC- ot lie cou- gre53i was lie banquet, given by the Congress Board ol Gorernora lo tha jlslting .flelesates. In response to the to 15Is, Ihere from1 Denmark, Bc-lgium, _ Sweden, Mexico, Chili and Venc- It W03 curious 'thai all of spote English but a represent; alive Iroia Mexico, who delivered en address in Spanish. Educstion Active Kansas City, 1 visited three agricultural Manual Inn in Kansas, Ames in Iowa, end St.1 Park in Al -all of the story ,was re- great Increasa in the nnm- oer ot students enrolled. At Ames. President Pearson informed me that; averted in j cording to ihe inscription oti the wall of tho Iowa ranilRt. 'Eduralion is a bKior for peace than becu by-Tebelllous peasants. Four thousand ot the peasants eugag- cd iu an attempt to takex possesfloii of-the island. The troops aud tbe lon-n authoritlc-r, It is added, were conipflled to retire, leaving Hiesl in the possesston of tho rebels, OTTAWA1, Ocll "lee- Ulatlou (or the o( the Grand Trunk Railway was under cou- j sideratlou at B special meeting of the cabluet called at DOOU today. The bill Is aa euablLoe bill end lays down I the basis for arbitration should thU I course. In acquisition of tho nllwuy. be decided. I H Is eipeeled tbat Sir George Fps-1 ter will this, afternoon make an an-! nounceueot iu the house ot on toe subject. I MANY-ARRESTS IN KOREA SEOUL. Korea, Oct. ar- rests were made ancirers-j ot the iBauguratloa of Japanese rule in Korea. AH shops which vrerej closed by their owners were forcibly opened by the authorities. In view ol i rumors that outbreaks might occur in the. city, ilie streets wwc heavily; guarded, but there were no disorders. i Bear is Afraid of People The smooth, about tepihj ol sla (tmbera !n a Like, hard, tiu'tlf ja road through the sylvan ferns and d'strici Far tian sylvan j mlShiy v srncdgfe on ihs blue above tho 3g ocean fhpwed where a Ceni- PiciFic passengpr Hner WES ploupbiEE; ihe hearing Paclffc. bound for lie OrlenL On the right Spirit lake gleamed in the bright sun- There was a gentle niatllns In the flarlness, ol the undergrowth, Ine Itrns airayed gentlr. Tht.i there, came i sound or r-cratchlng -End- clawing, and finally the head of a cub rose aloas-slde a great Douglas Tlr bole. As he clear- td the ferns he paused and glanced tagerly abont lit of his njolnor. who wasx so wrapped up la Eorae luscious salmon brrries thbt she lorEolteii him, Illsher ltd "Wjher he. climbed, widcnln; his scope o[ view. Then came'a terrible tound that paralyzed him where rfe duns lo the ragged bark. ,It .was the raucous challeDge -br a: Ewtor honi. 'HufEins Ite tree1 tlfhlly he to be .overloaded. On the EmboUi road a few yards away there Drolled Jnlo; sight 'carrying ladies" and'fcnilemen. He held his breath and hoped more Elronely. sharp were re-ring every waj from undsr the auto, canopj and a of pleased eicilcmeat showed thet Temlnine eyes hid spled'hltn. He huncted himself closer End aent on his shoulder lo iratch the aTrtnl creato-res'in the hlg iron anlmrl always had siicb 2 btd breath. A min crasbed the fenu BDO pointed branches tia .bor.'al-h'.ni. Wgb in lowerlm Or Baby Bear and ?ts Occupants From 'His Perch On a Fir Tree. The Iron, (ben grunied and crawled swiftlj atray, and dcwnfrom the piinluV baekw ArriTinr-: at thV d an aniloua mother wbb had 'her "lorgottec .mater and followed .flte trail OT_ Joy. 6he wbUe hi her pride "a' him all OTCT ID whimpered, side they -waddled -awiy the forests .where motor timlli djd not CABL lift" LOUIS SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES OLIVER BLOCK IN 318 FIFTH STREET For Men and Young Men in the New Fall Styles Tailored for us by the Famous Fashion Craft Shops These groups of of suits include both finished and unfinished worsteds, many of them loomed from pure Australian wool. tion there is a carefully selected range of cheviots -from the best English and Scottish woolen milk. All styled and tailored, in the Fashion Craft Quality way. _ Men's and Young Men's Fair and Winter Overcoats Fashion Craft Fall Overcoats Fashion Craft Winter Overcoats to Due to shortage of materials, we advise buying now as these gar- ments cannot be replaced now at the prices quoldcl. LOUIS KEEL- SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES -OLIVER BLOCK 318HFTH STREET Going to the Pure Food Markets for their I _ _ Thanksgiving Dinnef DAWSON. T. T, Ocl. j for steamers now bucking the ice IP the Yukon river in Uio long run for-; Euelter for the winter were more Tav-: orable Temperatures still j lifvcrci around zero at moat but all the steamers which were be-j tween stations yesterday have report- ed since-.and Ihe four boats off the lower are up Etrcam against the ice, each steamer' being Bhealhed-abont the botr with steel to prevent injury. All of the steamers have left their barges in sheltered Elougha and are plowing on alone.' The steamers Alaska and Scalllc left Eagle' yesterday for the 100 mile run against the current and Jce for Daw- Eon." Conditions appaar favorable and they may get here tomorrow. At noon j today Circle City radio station re- ported smoko or the steamers Yukon arid TVashbnrn visible from the sec- ond bench lower, hul there Is only a narrow ice channel open there and j the Ice (3 rnnnlpg thick. Tho, two upper river steamers at While ajid lie one at Mlnto arc remaining in Iheir positions ot safety, but arc raring rurh their lo Daw- j Eon should condiliOTia turn favorable, i Tho stcaracr Caaca, with a heavy barge, and a full cargo and scvernl J passengers, including Governor George JfacKenzi'e aiid hta T7He, has been de-1 fayed since yesterday, and it Js likely cho will Hum hack and transfer Iier J cargo and. passengers to the steamer Dawson. ftfOWHERE else in -the City can you gel ihe same selection of Meatt and Poultry to choose from at prices in line with today's markets. We Sell Government inspected products of de- pendable merit. UKRAINIANS AND POLES E HAVE BEEN RELEASED j OTTAWA, OcL OejiaTlmcnL ot justice1 has given Instructions "for the immpHnte tclearo ol 17 UKrain- .lana and Ftrleft who had been arrested in Ottawa in May, Iflls, lolloping a .meellr.g of tliese which had been consllorcd unlawful an4 ed.- Il.was slatflcl that tho orrler-in- forbidding the mceling; .which nad'attcnflert hatl licen in Septemljcr 1918, four months after the" Five accuser] rcilh the Jnurder'of Count Tiza bavu b.een arrci'cd at nutlflpcst. .'--PATTERSON-BELL HAY AND GRAIN CO. Union Hank Chambers, Ix-thbrldge, can fix you up wllh your Winter t'ecd'iii.Quality, Price and Prompt Shipment. 252-6 We have for TOMQRRQW a Choice Selection of rkeys, Milk-fed Chickens, Fancy Fowl and Also Spring Lamb and Veal. CO., Limited Dominion Market Phone 1654 Main Market Phone 412 Fish and Poultry Market Phone 545 ;