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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, May Purchase Extensive Smoke- less Steam Coal Area in British Columbia VANCOUVER, Oct. ions ire pending between a syndicate j representing the tlrit'sh admiralty and i the officers of the Ground Hog Coal i Properties for the purchase of nearly I square miles forming the largest j smokeless steam coal deposit in the world., was the announcement .made i last evening by Sir. H. C. Campbell-} Johnston of this city, the man opened the Ground district, 150 miles from Hazeltcn, B. C. Mr. Campbell-Johnston and a com-1 pany with which he was associated; in Quebec opened negotiations with' iho' British goTornmettvihrouga Campbell-Johnstoii's cousin, the Duko of Arejrle. Thb deal was pending un- til 19H, whtu Ijord Rhondda_csme to Canada and after looking over yropertj- decided to take it proriding f his engineers were satisfied. The en-': gin ears canie out, .the charier .for the road to the property being only pro-j Tincial, -was strengthened by a Dora-1 infon charter bearing'the name of the' Naas snd Skccna Rivers Railway, I commencing at a 'point near Nasoga Bay oa Portland Inlet'and running! back 120 miles to the first coal lands, j 'Lord Rbondda was then called to the post of food controller and before he ccuH resume negotiations he died- Th6 matter then lay in suspense until Jellicoc TTES here- -last year, when it was again opened and has been under Investigation ever since. 2 milk 2 'eifis' salt i' teaspoon c'mrtmca 1( cup jar 1 tablespoon- Cowan's Coiom 2 tablespoons corn- stercb X teaspoon Tanilhi milk, inir cprnstarch, silt and dnnstnon. Add scllutd tcili slowly. Cook in a double boiler 20 ratcates or until 'thick and there is 110" taste of raw stircb, stirring constantly.' Add egVyblki beaten slightly, ana cook till egg egg whites until stiff and. 4 table- o'.vlcing tugnr beaticgijill the tiSfj-'fiavor. Tira cocoa mixture into'a glass, and tablespoons tbe egg mixture on top. BRUSSEI.S. Oct. Easlaud will iu a enco. to bo held in Brussels e'coa rv- gardiug reparations, according to the London correspondent of the Libre Belgfque.' He says propositions by Ceruiau eiperts will be received at the conference by an inter-allied com- mission which will then reuort to the different allied governments. Tbe correspondent adds that Premier Delacroix Is reported to hate aiiccaej- ed in brineiue tbe British gorernment to accept the 'f tew point of sarding an .abandonment ot the fliufn- trial conference which hcu beep, pian- ued to be held, at Geneva. .V v :GUIVTY OF MURDER HUDDURVr Dot., Oct. Arthur couvtcted at the asslies here yesterday of the mur- der of MIChuel a trapper, ou January 19 last. Carrie will ba sentenced later. A LAW CHECK SALE OF O T'T A W A, Oct. Tfterw a lur .on ivjoXd to' freient tie criminal Bale and -lm proper poiiwtioa .of arms im bat whether', that !iw Is Misc tl Increasing nnabcr at in f Canada are reachio J. OtCrirv here point out there bv t check the tate and ot t if eipal and city authorities with to force it. in N. E. A. I Declares He is Working for the i Same Weal as the Com- munists LIKEIiliftTY 25 PER CENT. INCREASE TO WINNIPEG TEACHERS Treat Coldly a Suggestion {o Ac-! cept Versailles Treaty and Be Friendly With _ France .CASSELS, Germany, Oct. the'Soctalfst coiigress, in session here, Herr Coaen, a member of the Majority Specialist party, criliciEed what, ho termed the .-campaign- of 'systematlo ftsUatiou_. agaiust Franco which ho charged was led by Vfcrwacrts of Ber- .iin. Herr Cohen declared in favor of loyal 'acceptance, of the Versailles Ircaty :md pointed out for Germany to reach a friendly un- derstanding, -nilli Froncej. All the other orators, onn.'pf -whom tras Philip' Schoidbmana, formcr.aec; for foreign the utterancos 'of Hcrr Cohen. Malliew Side, has been iipsoinled licenso inspector for Kent county. Oct. a meeting of the Winnipeg school last night It was decided to Increase salaries of all princi- pals and teachers by 25 per cent., effective January 1, 1921. The board also'will provide free, text books for pupils after September 1, 1921. It is estimated that tht new Increase in salaries will effect eight hundred teachers, .Involving an additional outlay of a year. Free issue of text books' will cost another U. 3. KILLS 149 PERSONS EVERY DAY hundred and forty-nine kille'd by acci- dent in States each day, according, to statistics compiled by the National Safety: Council, Of.250 cities. Automobile accidents are ret spousible for more deaths during the. year than any two other agencies, it! is said. LONDON, Oct. G. Wells, the British novelist, who is visiting Jins- sia, is reported iu a Moscov..dlspatch organ of labor, as saying In a speech be'ors the Pctro- grad eovist on October 7 that he, with others sharing bis opinions, was working for the same ideal as the com- munists. This Ideal, ho. is declared to have asserted.- was the creation of a "universal realm oE social equity, serving every citizen-according to his needs." V "My Mr. Wells is re- ported to have said, "has caused anil Is still causing destruction and misery iu -your country, but the welcome you have given me shows that, notwith- standing your immense hardships, you can understand our Russia and Great Britain despite mis- takes on both sides, can still love and understand, each other 'and will work together for the benefit q" .humanity and for the new world which 13 being born amidst-darkhessrantl caianiities. The British people desire peace with Russia and will not cease agitating until that peace is obtained." -and Seal Bmnd Nothing else .will do No other can compare with Seal Brand, Mads only from the finest icountoin- grown bans, which have developed slowly, absorbing gooctaess from "tile air, the sun ar.d the. .luxurious .-oil of the cool wonderful Tropic Uplands. Perfectly Blended and" Routed, the rich sroma snd" rare flavour sealed into the Tins. j CHASE