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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SKTEEX HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOnF.U 21, 1910 SMSffilKE Giiry Patrols More Mills Are Today al Youngstown CHICAGO. Oct. uoopa FL fndiaaa, today patrolled "Kith "rrer.cfi weapons of the sawed- o'T sTiotfiun lype. Tliey were thus i quipped by order ot Col. Mapes. com ii.r.Ddins ilie sirXe area now under control, aiior he bid received reports ihai ihe iDranlrjrr.Pa haJ been tinned by slriJte sympathisers. Col. Mipcs eald the troops would lira on Eltaekers- Elsewhtro ihe dlstrlci was gecerally unchanged. Disorder at Canton Ohio, Oct. per- ions, including 0110 wonlan p'cket, are under arrest folloirlng disorder near the United -Alloy Sice] Corporation plant brre last ulgbi in' which hun- dreds of strikers took part EpKlaJ police used club? freely on a number ot sinters. More Mills Working TOUNGSTOWX. Ctiio. OCL. more plaLe mills at tho Sharon Steel Rope Company's plant resumed operations today. Observers esiitudit U.OOQ men are working regularly In lie mills in the Mahonlng vaUey. Tho Canadian National Railway station at EenvertoTi was broken Into luring Thursday night. Tbe safe vms blown open and partially dam- F.gcd.' Tbe burglars got away a Fmall amount of war sayings and lirlft Eiamps and one workman's pay Historic Furniture in Palatial Hotel Details of Triple Alliance Given Oat Showing Italy's Stand The Montcalm Room in the Chateau Frontenac, Quebcc. of the muii a.' Nortt iuil4 ol la SL LM.W Thii ii in t, foTTUB ol own land nuritj jfl ifce ueJtnt aij, eoariauiU rondcrful ps.nonmi of the ynsi riiw eslai ted u sitting rood hu unoo; oibei cuno-jj Icrailun oJ Lro buodnd ipx LibW ux) chair of rvwgh dmrn bj who S4ncd in it 8 p of in 1763. fcrtjillj 1 bj Oenenl Dp lo o) lut Tilb ot tend WcUa. Tfci irriling in Uoat Old Jesuit School. tabitanla, or peiLSul propricion oi try lima us for iteit skill ia 10 the Cbipd wearing. th-j Ktrdi trail. tiiOTB A rt cm) pfkiti hiili in ms ruoiiia oat bMroomi. iad whicli uwi with cJ rooms in of Old French fonr-postftr beds, ctiira, fire UOLJ, croricry cbuvoiJ tctuil uM. Hen cm bo IMQ the oW in5 pan ol Ibr pre-ridiswr the oM llgittra of (ha bcJon milchw oVd Iw-hiODtd open tiMrth nilb }'i bellon rtirding by and the finilj ttrir irclecmA id tacir divs. On vftlll VIENNA, Get ot the hlth-1 aria undlscloiol provisions of thai treaty conraoKons of the trtplo at-1 llaaco has been, mado public by Dr. Alfred Pribnmi, rrofeasor of htslory u tho UnlTerslly or Vienna, who was a r mi I ted across to (he state Arllcle two oC tbo original treaty OTldes that Korminy and -Austrla- lungary should .como to Italy's aid n tho QTent of an unprovoked Mt.irk y IVuice. Italy iva.s-Lo como to Ger- many's assistance K eho wero aiLicl- J by France, hut partlrlpa- to a la Germany's lehalf waa llraltojl o an atlflck by tiro Italy was nol expected to ualsl Q arm any n a vlLh Husala. No Anglophobe Policy Italy secured Iho insertion In the protocol ot the original treaty of a irovlston to the efleet that tbc triple was not lo eater upon any Anglouhoba policy. .In the -renewal of Ihc triple alllanco ID 1SS7 clause was reivrltten so that Germany li} como to Italy's aid In auy mur with France, even if Italy provoked the conflict UiU Austria refused to accede to this. A separate aRrcement Tvas then Into wheroby Austria's par- ticipation In Italy's lie half was llmft- od to a war involving tho Ualkana or au un pro Yoked by Article four of tho German Italian iircnUoD cuulained eiprcislon by Germany ot her'readiness to guaran- tee llaly'a poiscEstons at tho cost c! France la Ibe event ul a eucccsaful war. la renewal of 1691, however, the souarato convcnllona wero fncorporat- lu tho triple tlllauce treaty as a whole, The crMi of triple altlance.' It IB disclosed, en me In 1S96, llaly notiriecl partners that uould not Join: them in nny war In which France and England were allsoeJ on tha aarnc sldo. iDlw a tti .CMBU cJ moJ4ni bibit. ]Wi6 oM prints New York Reports That JIany Are Buying German Marks THE CANATIAN SALT CO. NEW TORK. OcL if irant to mate being several ol them in of Wall street and elsewhere in this struggling to adjust patri- otic ECruplea with of "cleaning up" on the IOTT Bichanga vaiua of the Germn-a maik.' Marts'have bit the bottom in their spectacular drop, It Is fett by .many, who hare follower) tho lunjblo in value of the German unit of ei> change from twenty-fire cenU to. three and a quarter .cents. Much j ?ichange on German banks is being jought-Hl the low price. Most oE Ihe purchasers are bank employes, people connected with business houses, and those wbo "play the game" on the 'ouLside looking in "Wall street. Many banters con- Elder the marfc a gooi buy, but can-- not purchase as innrnduala, since deliable and conserratire bants cannot speculate on unproductive yalueg. Speculaling OB the is consid- ersd parely a gamble, bat usually a good one, since the exchange de- pends largely on trada, and It ia will begin gradually. It is'tnought by many that the mart should rise lo ten ccnta In value in- PURE FOOD MARKETS f Prices for This Week-end CHOICE ROASTS OF BEEF Perlb. 12ic, 15c, 18c CHOICE ROASTS OF VEAL Perlb. 15c, 2Oc, 25c CHOICE ROASTS OF LAMB Per Ib. 25c> 3Oc, 35c STEWING LAMB, per Ib. 18c Special TOMATO SAUSAGE, per Ib. 3Sc LAMB HEARTS, per Ib. 1 Oc Prime ROAST BEEF DRIPPING, per Ib. 3Qc MILK-FED CHICKENS FANCY FOWL WATCH OUR WINDOWS AND SEE THE QUALITY OF MEATS WE OFFER. YOU CAN'T BEAT THE PRICES. CANADA APPROVED PRODUCTS, BURNS CO. Limited i Main Market, Phone 412 Dominion Fish and Poultry Market, Phone 545 Dominion Market, Phone 1654 siie (wo enabling Irebling of nioupy inresied, HotrcTer, conser-, vatlves point at the Rujslan ruble, in! which many people invested, and which is now down lo practically nothing in Many people who Invested in marks last spring when they were around eighl cents are mein- (he drop of Ihree cents.' Germana Willing The system ot buying moat In TDsjue is to purchase Uerlin bants. The receipt can either he kept here, and sold later, or can he aent to Berlin, where the marki can he on deposit at interesL it Is said that the Germans are not averse to the enormous buying marts even al suci low prices, It will enable them to secure raw materials on the dollars "they tbus secure In escbaDge, sod sllmulate trade. Furthermore, demand for marte send their value'np. is a Tery general fee despite low price of Ihe mart, toat Iho" Germans will coma back industrially' very quickly, perhaps more EO than the French, and Kal- ians, due to the Teutonic mania lor work. The only great danger, ,Bol- sherl-Di, is considered pretly Trell un- der control, especially since the new German Republic baa e.t Iti disposal at least a million flghtlne men rinder the nam.3 of "Noike Guards.' A Few Patriotic Some who would otherwise "late fliag" at the money marketT tate because ot anti-German feeling. The idea of abstalmoR from1" buying anything German seems to have, been prelty gfeiiprally forgotten, howerer, in the jumble of new popular prob- lems which have arisen. Buying ot French, eicnange ia al- most as spectacular as tho' German. Tbe French franc has dropped lo about half of Jta original value, with relation Lo United States money, and many pcoplo aro acquiring rnoaoy of France, as a speculation, IM most caaea, tbe French exchange ia sent to Tails, to be held on deposit until the Iranc aeea better, days. The Italian lira Ii low, but is not a. popu- lar buy at present, perhaps due to lack of confidence in tho Italian flov- renmenl, or pjso lack oC with Italy on the part ol the public. the- argument He started wllb. crew of 270 men and five vessels hut the one ship that lurriTed the cruise only look back a remnant o that party. Many died of scurry, and some fell during mutlnlei and bat ties with natives. agellan added much to the world's geography. He ouCKned the entice- eastern coait o[ South Araerl ci -His discoveries offered tho Span JanJs new opportunity, and they started to further explore tho Pacific Spaniards found and named Callfor nla, after a character In a Spanlsl novel. Then for Eome unaccountabli is on they rested on their laureli. AIRPLANE FLIGHT AT 73 BOISE, Orlando Hob.' bins, 73 years rrtd, wllo of "Hube'1 Robtolns. famous fndlau srtjut aud United marshal during the wllil day a of Idaho's territorial Infancy, made on airplane night nnd expressed much pi n a sure over tho ride, "1 would biive ailesed it for she said, I to GO acatti real Boon." "Rtio Is Iho beBl panengcr I ever took eaid tho pilot after the I flight. j Mrs. camo to I'Jaho In n j prairie schooner und remarked that I Lho trip tlirougli tho Mr -R-QS much difleieut Irom her first Journey inlc Organized Jabor it Plttslmrg be- gan its action In court for Ihf rlgb ot free speech and free assemblage, which thee steel strikers claim has been, denied- them, by public officials of PlUsbure and Allegheny'cqdnly. RHODA NICKELS, who role, and grdup of pretty pirlt seen In John Cort's dellahlful musical-comedy, ''Flo-Flo1' and her p-rtect 36 chorus, coming Lo the Hajcitic Therlrc, tonlflht and Satur- with Matjnco Ea'.urday. Found The Pacific Br Sailing Through Straits Four centuries flRO Ferdiirand Ma- sailed from Serille, Spain, on IKo voyage lurin? which he discov- ered Ihp. 1'aciBc Ocean, maraed the Htralls o( Magellan, nnd opened tho l-landa of the Pacific Ocean lo Ihc people o( Europe. wag Ihe flret circuonarlEalion of the earth- Had he not'been fmbiicil wllh the dfialro lo ho the governor of a nGTT world, In keeplnn wllh the promise ac- corded him by Charles V., the great geographer mighl have attained ovon greater helghtn. Instead hn (Jled In battle, before Iho Ihreo years' cruise was completed, while In bat: tie wllh nallvea o( a group of Ihe Philippine He had diicov- erett them along with Ivadronc and Ooam Islands, and was Intent -on making thorn Hpanlsh- Tho discovery o( America hy Col- iimbua had not completely conrlnced Europcam lliat Ihe cariii was round, but Iho finding of Magellan clinched flnother 'Host' Inter- esting Advertisement FRESH FRUIT AND. VEGETABLES Hawaiian per Oranges, per doz. 6Dc and por dozen 15c 70c 50c Apples, Wealthies, Jumbo pack, per PATTEHSON.BELL'HAY 4. ORAIN CO. Are now boaklnff for caf Folt, oil ealte meal or nulled cake; alto government .free freFght hay and feed al prices. Get Bank 260-6 (or...................25C 40c CuciiDibcn, Hot House, each Crsnberrlca, 2 _ for rlcWing'Onlonl, 2 Ibs. Of- lor OOC Florida Orapo Jtiiit, 10- each, lie flnj IOC .Tomaloej 3Iot House, OA- Ib................ Bweet Polalocs, 2 JbJ. nC.. (or Tokaj' UrnpcB, per Ib.................... Topping Corn, per Nnbob Powder, Garton'i, per pkp, Goldca Wfti and Refugee Ucana, tin........ Apples, Mclntoah No. 1, per box Hcrrlnji IQ toinalo Efliice, per KM nonelcea Chicken, per tin COOKED MEATS- Swill's Ronsl forlt, per Ib. OUC cooked Hsm if perlh 75C Swllfa Veal IxiaF, JA 40C Swlfl's ABhlnnd rcr Ib Hwlri's U v per Ib Vrar Corn Dcof, sliced, per .Ib Drnokfleld nf per dozen t DC Premhim Hanu, sites S (o 12 Ids., per i; I'- ll) 03C Mbliy's lloljl MInco 40c 35c Puro Maple Sugar, -i nn 8Ec, SScnni J..JU Dixie- Jloiasscs, par tin IOC Honey, Kerr'n 1'ure Alfalfa. Di- rect Irom tho nplary of W. 3. Kcrr, per Jar, x C ft 90c, Jl.rO and i.tHJ Miss Curtla Snowllake Marsli- -mallow ptr bliy's lloljl MInco Cft- royal each OUC Ciiatnrd Powder, Carton's, o A '.per GEO. KERR COMPANY Family Grocers Purveyors to the Royal Housekeeper! oi Southern Alberta ;