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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TIUCSDAY. OCTOriKH 14, 1010 TUB LRTUBIUDGF, DAILY HERALD, PAGE That is liepor of Prof. Allen Spenl'Summer Look ing Ovit Prospecls CAUJ.MIY. intercsl rc-uurt on tbe Iro deposits o( Alberta vas heard at tnoK advisory board on which met with Ih ftovl'.ictil EecreUr included Dr. Tory, Allon and Profcsso 1'lllvcrslty; J. T. BltcUng ol thu Hon. J- L. Cole, Thoso presen and Dr of Alberta rllnx o[ the pro OWLER'S ''DERS Inclal mines department; J. F. Sweet- ng ot the C. P. R- Industrial depart- .eut; Mayor Drown of Hat; ad ilthatfy ot Calgary. The forenoon was occupied In con- dcrlne Ihe Iron deposits of Alberta, Dr. Allen, professor ot geology al Alberta University, vrho during the lucimer made eitenglve lin-estiga- loui, gave a valuable report to ho board. Ha ilated thai while Ihere are many deposits, thero are three hleh al the present time show 1m- icdtate commercial possibilities. Leollgn of DepMlti These depoilta BIO located In var- ious parU of the In the AlhioaBca country, one Euvenir railes east of Kdmonton, and the other near Blalnnore, In the couth. He spoke very hopefully ol Ins de- posits In the Kitchener Meld, near Femle, D. C. These deposits are In private a committee cou- litins of Hon. J. L. Cote. Mayor Dr, Tory and Dr. Alton were appointed lo Interview these parties a view lo hailnj some develop- ment wort accomplished. Tho same committee irai instructed to follow up the. suEieiUom in leporl wlti reffftrd to the possible development of producing Iron ore for manufacturing 1 nurposes within the promisee of Al- berta- Hfmarkable Expansion of Can adlan Business This Year's Figures, Month by Month, Exceed LaM Year. ALL CANADA'S RESOURCES BEHIND VICTORY BONDS Ko man more completely falls to grasp financial situation of the country lima the man who TC marts, IB prer, I don't think il la iecossarr to 'buy Victory Bonds." The flghllre is over. The sound of ol the guns and machine guns is silli- ed: Ilia no longer make day out ol night In Northern France; the smell of Lho chalk trenches of the Lens front is lo Canadians only a. memory. But the war has not been finished, nor will it he until the future of the men uho fought the battles of Can- ada IE assured; untEl Ihc finances ot ihr IlotuInioD have been stabilized; There is no more reliable Icdts ot business conditions thin the bank They arc a clear, out- spoken eulde as to the, amount ot trade. These figures show lhat In a ehorl ten years business has trebled in Can- nda. In 1303 Ibe bank ..clearing were I5.20OS7.35CI. This firsl after the war eight months the clearings were indicating tbat the record of nfteon Millions would he lopped for the full year. This U a remarkable record of ei pension, especially a3 II brines ou strikingly the fact that business Is no only reaujusllng itaell lo peaco lime from war conditions but 13 actually on tho upgrade in no uncertain faehlon. The flturea trom IWi onward in follows: 1603 S 1910 1911 7.391.3GS.207 1912 9.I5D.6SM12 91S 1915 7, S05.S until can rest assured ot markets LI9ERAL EX-M.P.P. DEAD v.'.vrrorm 'om., Oct. Toward the end of the meeting following the Eael Lamhton 4> nominations here yesterday, the death was announced of Robert J. McCormlck. Liberal ei-.M. P.P., who represented the con- stlluency In the legislature for eight years previous lo the re- election ot Dr. J. B. Martla. AUSTRALIA DEALS WITH INDUSTRIAL MATTERS MELBOURNE, Oct. constitutional alterations have passed both houses, giving the com- monwealth government power to deal with all industrial mailers. The oppo- sition amendment to place the rall- y employees under the common- wealth arbitration act was defeated by an overwhelming majority. THE PRINCE ATTENDS CALF 1JIIAXD1XG CEREMONY AT BAH U RANCH. HIGH RIVER, ALTA. WHL ASK SCOTCH WOMEN i would be canvassed on the quest ten o[ TO HELP PROHIBITION [prohibition. W. K. Johnson, the Anli- Got. [Saloon league orgiiulrcr, who has been was made al a great prohibiiios m meeting held at Glasgow last night that women ihrouguout Scotland conducting a prohibition movement In Great Brllaln for some time, was given a groat reception at [he meeting-. Xear Valdosta. C.a, there Is a lake ivhich disappears every three or four years and then comes back again. II Is Lfirpe njlles long, three-quarters ol a mile wide, with an average depth of 12 feel. HOUSE IMPROVING NEK YOUK. Oct. E, M. House, confidential advisor to Presi- dent Wilson, who returned Sunday from Paris, passed a good ulght and his condition continues to ImproTe, il was announced today by his aon-In-lav.1 Gordon Auchinecloss. U.S. parcel noil Is earning a pru- fit of annually and rates have been constantly reduced since the sen-Ice was begun Eeien years ago. for our huge production of foodstuffs. When you buy Victory Ilonds, 1913, you receive Tvith them a ivar-Ume ralo of it Is not o. wartime investment. In most cases invest- ments made possible as a direct result ol Iho war have ceased lo pay large dividends. Tn the case of Victory Bonds thts doea not apply; because Vic ton' Bonds. 1919, are not dependent upon need ot death-dealing Instru- ments of war at tho Victory Bonds are an investment' in. the-future prosperity of tho country, an Investment, backed by lie resour- ces of lands, the forest3, iho mines and the fisheries. An investment in Bonds can- not fall bnranso the them will norcr bo exhausted. FRENCH LOST- 27 WAR VESSELS UK ISIS 1519 (8 Eattmated lor 1915 IS.OOO.OOO.OOn It Is another important point that every month of this year there ha been a noticeable increase In Ihe ban clearings over the same month last year. The figures have great hearing on Hie Victory Uian campaiEii for they ilefinitely assert that it every Canad- ian does his or her part the loan will havo a success truly Canadian in iU triumph SIEELSI1EIS STILL A DEADLOCK PARIS, Oct. seven were losl br France Jurlug (he'perlorl of shown by an order ol Ihe day tasiiCd by Georges Loygues, Ihe war Arc three. .Daatqp, Gaulois and the Suffreri: .v PITTSmiRG, ocl. steel strike situation in Uie PitLsburg dis- trict remained deadlocked ]tQilay, this condition being emphasized tfy tbu .5 I Tact tho union-aiid Ihe.e'mpibrera'.spoke; Ju'lhc onUidelhe'JisLricl nhd make only gllghl rflchLion.of the.waltt- con- tinued-quiet-today.-1. AccorJlnK lo'Iho from -the "Carncfjjc Slecl, large'st ;suTb .Seville Orange Marmalade All and No camouflage. fi cart In SilccrPani. Ii'at copdittops per or Its'-blast'furnaces operating and an; average of about 500 men reldrninG lo ork dally. Proni atrite beAdquartefsBeanie tha stfltcnient that .-few'it have returned to work in the Piltsburg .dis- Iricl. recently. As to conditions in ftihre ccnlrea, "union'le'aders said Ihey Trere well with reports which Indicated that In Ohio, New Tort, TreBtern Pennaylvanla and West Virginia TTCTO "closetl down." Be as critical as you may-eithtr from the viewpoint of bcauly-Kxpcc! Ihc aclual lepvoducllfln of the living arlfst'i voke, the pure of Ihc violin or (he dullncl clearness of any futruminl (n the uorla's (rut bands 01 for absolute on whatever grounds you ftfch and find It In the world's greatest tone-producing huhumenL The Complete, That f-'jj( AH Motitt ct Rttordt brftlyikt tnl Ufprilre Mil thai ntitr wrm otil ind docs Injure Iht d the rKonJ-TMJ.trilh HdK-ffMd GOLF Tlio failure of the great triimivlralc Vardon, Drald and Taylor, to qiinUry for the "Nevrs of the World" tourna mcnL has provided the golling surpvh-i ol the season. Wliti scores respective ly ot 167, IbS anfl 162, they have ticcn counted out. Golfing experts in land, are predicting that this tietoa marts the end, or at least the hegki of the end, o[ the big three1: supremacy, nnrl that they must nou tnhe a back seat lo younger profcs slonnls. IL would be unwise lo Jmnn to llic conclusion thnt their age'Wns ontirel> responsible lor their future, inns mud as Alexander Herd, who had an figure gala of 145, Is older any of them The "News ot the tourna mcnL is one of the classics of the willi prizes apgregallng four pounds. The Irony of it nil, nn far a Braid is concerned IB contained In (h act. that the finals tnko place at on Hcatli, of which courac lie Is tli rofessional, nnd over which he ha nado some of the grcnlcaL scores I ils great enreer. He will this year fiTcr, Jiavo lo stand Idly by an watch the play of those.vho qualifier among whom Is his assistant, a forn or catlillc, flralri al Walton Heal as always been con sf tic red invinclbl lie hns won the "News of thp World chief jirlir, unu iiiimircd pounds an d mevlal no less thtvn four I'.me In 1903, when It was first luted, In 1905, 1907 and 1511. Taylo won II twice and Yard on onco In reference Lo Iho ages of I lie triuri virate, Braid will be fifty years of ng next February; Vnrdon fifty In Ma next; Tvollat Taylor is tlic "baby" the trio. He will not be 50 unt March, 1921, PRAYER BOOK REVISION MAY CAUSE TROUBL DETROIT, Mich., OcL blllty of a breach amonf the illocea making up tho J'rotcstanl Epi3cop Church 'In America, totalise of 11 prayer book reTlalon controversy Iho triennial conference here, aco ftt llic closo .ot, sertfljons, when It licrame fcnowtt tti K unlikely ,t1ie fsniio Ml ndj'reac cd during the'present trfnvenlidb. T delegates bcljero the- jrnaln polnU- Iho controversy will not bo 'reac. bfiforc Iho nexl convenllon in 1922. Hy that time H Is Hoped an ngrccmcnl will lio arrlrcd at When you get your the restaurant the drug store or grocer's the cigar store or fruit store, hand back the odd nickel and get a yellow- and-gold packet, of ten Chiclets. Bchvecn your tcelli break the seal of candy-coaling and enjoy the invigoratmg'pcp- pcriiiini. flavor. Note how it refreshes yon, sweetens your mouth, thirst. in size and gum in its most popular Delightful." i In packets, Leu for 50. IJveiywhere, And most stores cany the generous size "Week-End" 250. Adams product, particularly prepared ;