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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDN SKHTEMBKK 1. 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD POLES CHECKED RED ADVANCE jTulal Cost Will Be Is Away Behind NEW YORK, Sept. Cinad- tan to solve Great Bdlain's housing problem have al- ready brought forward upwards o( schemes involving an annual capital expenditure of ac- cording to a report by a representa- live of the Foreign Trade Bureau of thp Guarantee Trust Company. Alter giving details" aE to various jlauB and Around all over In London sub- scription: to the 6 per cent, bonds are coming in at about the rate of pounds sterling a day. While the local eovernments are issuing 6 per cent, bonds, the British Government charges 7 per Borrowing In the ordinary way for housing schemes not financed bonds is usually 7 per cent. "The toUl number of housing schemes in England and Wales num- more than covering In all laud for 300.MO houses. Of these have -approved with -area for 550.000 houses. In Scot- ihe niimher.'ol: houses to be built-ou 103.000 houses have'heen author- 1 side..'" Th.eJ'Gdveniment Is usin sort pfvlndtrect by t more (hag thirty cities visited, thei report continues: "Tha. program _o( the .rehousing in one Is 6rls- ''The Health works iV conjunction with the Office at Works) defaults, the teihesB' is. tJjepV entrusted to the Office of ''What is keening back housing at thepresenj; lime'is the fact that there not'enough; skilled men to do even a quarter of'the'.work wanted. The Tracjcs allow thi nuipbcr to Increased from the out-' using a .by pro- hibiting 'luxurVand unessential build-' (off to a (nan will 'not build cottages he Is, allowed to build ahythjiig else.' .There are varldus sug- gestions up the work, iri- cludln't; ft VgliaVantee to tho trade untona'of'.emproyment for a term'of on housing work; to against loss of time'In'bad weather by a minimum wage ''wet or.'dry.' In return the 'trades .unions will -be lo con- sent-to the employment of'unskilled labor, to jgive u'pVtheir, apprenticeship rules, and' to.abahdqn.all opposition to the qjLei-servlce men, tralnj- ed or There are 'luxury to hear .appeals dcchion'o irohibltiuK liuihllngs d campaigns lied, the bids averaging about pounds sterling per house. This Is roughly 100 to lot) pounds more than It costs per house In England." NOT DRY "FRiia-tlw" Restored Her To Perfect Health 153 PAPJHKAU An., MOXTBUL. "For three years, I suffered grett fain In the lover yart of my body, swelling' or hloatbg. I saw a specialist -who iiitl I must undergo m operation. I refused. heard about "Fntii-fi-tivef Sf' decided to try it. The first box gate great relief; 4nd I continued the treazueat. Now my Health !j am of I give "Fruit-a-tives" my warmest .lime. F, GAKEAO. 50c. i box, 6 for trial site At all dealers or sent postpaid Fnut-t-tives Limited, NEWFOUNDLAND TAKES PRECAUTIONS TO KEEP UP PRICE OF FISI Important Gathering Hears Ad- dresses Dwelling on Great- ness of British Institutions OTTAWA, Sept. speeches which dwelt on the greatness of Brit- ish institutions and the fraternal re- lations between Britain, the United States and'Canada, were heard today at the opening meeting of the Cana- dian Bar Association. The speakers this morning were the Duke of Devonshire, governor-general of Canada, Hon. W. Turgeon, attorney- general of Saskatchewan; Sir James Atkins, president of the Canadian Bar Association, and lieutenant-governor A scene on the Vistula River, wltere the Russian drive was halted, beside the structures Imllt to replace them. Y Tlte turns of the old bridges are shown agaInsrdecisions prohibiti regarded as lion-essential. There, are-housing -bonthat the Ilrilish embassy at "Washington had supplied funds for the Democratic campaign. CLEVELAND WANTS COAL DIVERTED FROM CANADA WASHINGTON', Aug., tion of poliit committee represent- ing the cities oH Cleveland and Akroti, Ohio', the Natibnal Coal association, and the, railroads, to meet in Cleve. land Thursday to work cut a plan for in'mbntis, and they ui: Mration. Before I ook B. Pink- I was no ill from; feinBle trcuble l.waa I forced to stayin bed for a we A at a time jwith jjpain, but your juihe has done Imnch for me tir _ liimrecomirjendingit. 'to in Buff ering .women. It ceriajnlyii .'s great is road to h eaith -'f You may publish if ipu, W. C. LITTLE, R.F.I5. A', Haielhurst, from headicliei, the btaes ollicrByrnptomsofafunctiontlderMige- mcnt shcpld give this famons root obtaining coal for the two cities, was agreed upon today at the hearing be- fore the interstate commerce commls sion on the question of modification of the northwestern emergency coal order. Representatives ot the Ohio cities asked the commission 10 allow part of the coal being shipped to lake ports for trans-shipment to the north- western states and Canada be diverted for use in their districts. Chairman Clark. In reply, said the commission would be to mod- ify Ihe northwestern emergency order to meet any concrete plan offered to permit the distribution of coal to the Ohio cities, and at this suggestion the joint commission was agreed upon. ARMENIA HAS EIGHT MONTHS FLOUR SUPPLY! PARIS. Aug. Armenian re-! public now have sulhcient grain sup-1 plies for eight months, accordinj lo a telegram lo the United States Grain Corporation executives here from Col- onel William N. Allied High Commissioner lo Armenia, who has left that country to come lo Paris with his staff of American. army of- ficers. The telegram says that the grain supplies will come largely, from the harvest, there being a small amount remaining of 40.000. tons of 'flour sent from America. f'i MONEY BY MAN. Oft CABLE May be sent with absolute salcty to any point iu bCuiope through this bant and its Urge list o! correspondents. Our local M anaget will bs pleised to advise you. j The Royal Bant' ot Canada E. E. MacKay, Mini Lethbrldge Branches at Taber, Cardston and Magralh incut for Eczema IrriUi-. M_ tlcms. It rellcYra at and ally hub.tea skin. twi Chnse'J (liiiuucnt Icee 11 you paper and jcnd M. stamp tor postal e.- qW. a box: all dealers or EilmansOQ, Bate! It Mmlled. Toronto. ji Ifnited fltites.'j: 'i-f, His excellency, the goTernor-general, who t f orniiNy- opened, gs was' accompariletl by Viscount''Cave, Hop..Wm. Lord Richard Auckland Geddbfi, Sir Jarnes' the Earl "of Dalkelth, while-a' number'of- the lad- i ?i.'. i at; i Govern- ment in'-'attehd an ce. liffb remedy, c Compound, V trill lor forty It has been overcom- ing such of women after other mrpMcinca failed H you social suggestions in rettira to your condition, n Lyd ia E. PmUiom Medicine Co, Lynn, ThorpKultof atyoiit service, M '6tter teld in cbnfidencf H In distinguish- :j. Sir Robert Borde'ri, "Hon. N. W. Tlowell, Hon, :Martih Burrell, Sir Douglas. Hazen, .Mr. Justice Duff and. Mr. Justice Mlgnault, of the auprema Mr: "Justice B. F. YacOarlarid, Washingion, D.C., and very many.others. The Duke'of Devonshire sUied that it'wa_s a. for-hini'to be present'and extend to the Canadian Bar Association the official welcome, to the Canadian capital. Ills welcomed..especlal- y Lord Cave, HorL Wm. H. Taft and Sir Auckland Geddes to Ottawa. These three visitors would be heard later. Tho duko con- :inued, t_hat as a'Mayman, he would attempt to enter .into a' discus- sion of any auhject o'n the agenda paper, and that his remarks would be general. The poor little tered hurt Mother >yas but big sister ran for the The They bandaged the hand, Withpleritypf Merithblatum.... u were gently healed iri a: feW The little hand wot well Menthplatum is good for jnany "little such aa nervous headache, Jired feet, etc, We Are Agents for the VICTRQLA and VICTOR RECORDS Large Stock of Both from which to Select Mason Risch, Limited LETKBRinGE, ALBERTA Three Fitted With Refrigerating Lat- to Get Under Weigh MONTREAL, 'Sept. Canadian Merchant Marine, LfniiteJ.wns the host yesterday at luncheon given on ..the steamer CanSdlan Victor, the lalMl addition to the Canadian Gpv- efnmenl Merchant Marine fleet and the first of, three vessels to carry a refrigerating" plant, at her dock here n the harbor. n.' B. Jeakle. general manager.of the. company, .staled lhat eighty per fh'e officers and nion we're1! Canadian. ,Thlrty-eJght of the com- 000'tonWarehoV. sailing the seven seas, while 23 ships havef yet lo be added to the fleet. The Canadian Government Marine has now established. Us own offices Auslralia and New and considerable trade fs developing. In addition, It Is hoped by November to have a very good service lo China and India. The Canadian Viclbr Balls today for Liverpool with general cargo. BALMORAL BLOCK Now Receiving Attention of Committee H CHICAGO, two days' delving into Republican ances with an occasional query toward Democratic contributions, the senate investigating committee today lurried Master's Voice9 Records For September OUT TO-DAY attention toward therJ3omccralic George -White, chairman. committee; and il as; .chief witnesses. Replying to questions 'v Edge' of New day told Llie committe.Q a' fiction jarLtclo, of Freedom in coifiilry n papers, but had -hot- yet. ordered for the dance devotee and a choice of new (avonlM f ixjiiurar songs. A splendid variety you will ceitainly enjoy titaTinj. Gonna Be CoHe) Chili Dean The Trumpeter Open the ualcs of Ihe Temple Will Oakland The Low Chailci Harrison Don'l Vmi Rtmerabcr Ilit Tim'? Oailcs M Pr.iiv Klllr Ktllr D. llugn "California Syrup of Child's Best Laxative ch doubk-aiaca-Prtce 5 111 I re RF.O SEAL RECORDS n Napnli (Tenor) at any "His Master's Voice" dealers for (he name California :on the package, then yoi nhild Is having tho and liarmlesa phyaki lor tho little slomab.'i. fruity tastf. i'lill directions Bin Leaguers Use WINNIPEG WILL BUILD HUNDRED NEW HOMES WINNIPEG, AUK'. Winni- peg city council last night authorized a hond Issue of to be used for raising sufficient money to build p. further.100 homesi tinder, the civic housing Scheme. .The bonds, which are for H period of 20 years, fill hear iutcrcst at the rale of C jjor coal. iflniii in Is thfl Ideal rlrilttej JR" befoie c. moi W. F. YOUNG, Inc., tynmn Itulldlaq. Sftmtre WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WILLIS PIANO STORE "HOME OF fcANADA'S BEST W Third Ave. South (Hull Block) Phone 662 ;