Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWELVE LKTH'JtiKlUGK'JJAlLY HEKALll SEPTEMBER 7, 25.080 IX 1'AHADK I PROMINENT FIGURES AT NATIONAL EXHIBITION AT MONTREAL Leader Thomas Realizes Dan- ger Facing Collapse of Credit MONTUKXU Sepl. 7 interua- 'tional flavor was lent lo Montreal's j i l.abor Ihiy celebration by' the adiU- jtiou ul an aKBregut ion of United Slaies baudsmep in Xhaki In the an- tiuuJ jwrade. The parade itseK "wss i uue of the largest that the city has 1 tier seen, it being estimated that I ijpvranis o! men were in- line. 1 and ibe procession look nearly two 1 to pass a reviewing point. ike eHy's municipal departments tnvnnv Qonf fRv cousfk'uuusly- AsSed it. fire .adders and the police' towards Eussla. the .News says Jhat thii is merely the policy 01 the country a whole. From other nuarlers, Mr. Thomas is re minded of the prime minister's state-; UIIU1 IULI Uil i U RUU I ment that the council is. hammering i at an open door. Other rrittcs today note with satisfaction Mr. Thomas' sent industrial disputes nre inflicting on the country generally. FORMER DOMINION POLICE much dissatisfaction among members, of the former Dominion police force who have tiow become members of the Jloyal Canadian Mounted Police. These men claim they were told wher. HEO1NA, Sept. weather for harvesting has marked the pastj few days in Rogina district. Accord-1 ins to government officials SO ;of Saskatchewan's wheat irop is cutj and about 75 per cent, of grains.; Cutting is expected to cittnpletud i laud threshing will lie general this! t week. j No Sign of Frost 1 PRIXCB ALBERT. Sept. CAN YOU BEAT IT? A report Is current a thirty- one-Inch speckled trout being caught by Major Shirpe at the head of Castle River. Thl> the largest fish reported of 1U kind to our knowledge. Major Sharpc'c addrtu Is Slalrmore Enterprise. Sept. to LATE CZAR'S AUNT DEAD CEXTRESV1I.LB, France, Sept. 7- Cfand Duchess -Vladimir of Russia, aunt of "On1 la'o-ttaiyeror Nicholas, Is-dead here, according to announce' meat. She was formerly' Ducliesj !darie of MecXIeiiuurg, and was Itbri. May '2. 1854. She was roarrieJ to Grand. Duke Vladimir Alexandrovltcli the Manitoba Press, Victor Pelrograd on August 16, Mldgeley, genera) secretary of the Dig Uplott'for (Canada, has been today. Adiulttauc'e was refused on tin ed admission To lr.e United States by] ground that Midgejey vas. alleged tt thH department of Immigration, Wush-t be an agitator. i Ington.. This information was made! An appeal for of the available at O. B. U. headrjusrlers here! decision was not grantsJ. HARBIN. Manchuria, Sept. soviet authorities aro rushing 'all available East Siberian troops, large- ly Anstro-Germaa war prisoners, to Siberia in an effort !o quell the growing uprisings. The 1'etrograd and I'srra 'districts likewise are mobi- lizing to? Siberia, according to re- ports received here: defection has the and Orenburg Cossacks and tho southern who joined (ho Bashkl and Tartars. Tlio insurreciiou at Nlkolalevet, in Sumara province, is spreading north along the Volga, because of lack of harvests, harsh requisitions and mobi- lizations. Green troops at the Kostroma and Yaroslavl, goveniments In the Lett. Henrx Ford, the motor magnate; centre. Viscount Cara.-Lord of j cow region are carrying on guerrilla ng. president of the Canadian II is reported that Mr. T. Ross Mac- kay. of Ocean Falls. ;i Liberal, and resting Is on the last lap in Northern [a former schoolmate lloii. T. D. Saskatchewan on the conclusion of one Pattullo, will oppose ihc asj a candidate for Pritjce Hubert -riding' in the next B. C. election. warfare ?.nd destroying -communica- tions. Reports regarding the crop failures iri Russia forecast a worse famine ymn that of. 1891. ..Arthur C. Husband, of Kemble, was drowned in the Nipegou river. ihey were irausferred from a to countrv's history. For the body that none ol their, of. the most satisfactory reaping sea- sons in the country's 1 past -week and a half a. military body tat none o eir, t Teek aud a the 8Im has former pm-Lleges womu uc los TUe.y( mid-stimmcr temperatures! say this pronuse has not been j ottwithout .and that hey have to _pnt in ei -There- .has teen no sign Ma'm to former f fl arden cro are makiug m connection with the guarding j Bne ,vcek wUl finish goveri.iiientumloli.gs ana grounus at t The yields will be this city. They also lose their right Threshing Is now u a bod voice their grievances lu a body osfore the commiEsionef. -A number (if the dissatisfied mem- bers refused to attend drill on Thurs- day and were and there is a report that ail the members of the Dominion police will briEg the mat- ter to -a head by refusing to drill, under way In a good many localities. At Moose Jaw- MOOSB Sept. from tho district ore to the eflecl that in places tbe'wheat is slightly mouldy and the oats sprouting as a result of) weather. A sample i of wheat brought to the city yesterday They claim that while the uou-com-! __i missioned officers receiTed Increases under the amalgamation, the rank and file were passed over. Commissioner Perry, who is in com- mand of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police forco for the Dominion, while admitting that there was some dis- satisfaction among the former mem- bers of the Dominion police, said that the matter had not yet come before him, and that he was not In a position to give out any statement for publica- tion. from a field near the city, and which was takeTi from the centre of a sheaf in the middle of a slook was quite mouldy. The farmers look to today's wind to better conditions quickly. On many farms all available help Is being used to turn the slooks. MR. SHEARER IS MODERATOR J. A. 31. Patrick, K. C., of Yorktou, :has beeu strongly recommended to trict court, wlio died recently. Hat Presbytery elected Rev. Wm. Shearer as moderator. Nominations for Tacanciea were made-as follows: The new clijirch paper. Rev. Robert Ha'ddon D.D., the vacant chair of Systematic Theolosy iu Robertson College, llev. J. L. Si- col, M. A., the vacant chair in West- minster Hall, Vancouver, HDV. -R. J McDonald. B.D. Appear At Your Jf ycti recsire a uEttrorin uoczrecteJ in- viuilon cart fftl con- I ndtnt of at yiKt bciL. ID but a few tfl TOSf a pore, compluian Itat it ityend compviioa. G oq OrientalCreanv GREEKS LAND TROOPS CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 7 Greek division is lieing landed on tin Blaik Sea, prouaoly at Inseljoli, Asia Minor, for and possibly wil establish a Ponttis republic. Thi Greeks arc relieving the British at Is mid, Pontus Is lu the northeastern comei of Asift Minor bordering ou the Black Bea. MONTREAL INTERESTS BUY PULP CO Better than Pills j GET A. For Liver Ills.'! 25c Bfl J. D. KTglnbatham S. Co, Ltd, Druggists. MONTREAL, Sept. Dryde Pulp antl Paper company, ot Dryilen put., a large producer of Kraft pul jand yapcr, has ueen purchased b: Montreal interests from English own ers. The Dryden company holds square miles of timber limits adjacen to Lake Wabigoon and Eagle Lake, I the Kenora district. rCZEMA ei jj 1 n j; vrli en so m Oint- ment lor Eczema AnS Skin IriltA- U reljcTf-i at once and grailTi- ally bfalJ tho Rampla box Dr. Ointment (res you mention this itapcr siadSc.sUmp forpoaiAge. a, box: alldBakra or fthnauson, Co., Toronto. Cuticura Soap AND Uear the Skin WHERE IS MONEY FOR OEFENS FUND BEING EXPENDED? V-VXCOUVBR, Sept. Trad and Labor Council cm Thursday nig discussed a loiter from the defense committee asking for financi support. Delegate J. -H. McVcly su gested, and it was later I tbe defense committee he asked to give an Item feed statement of expen- of already collected, heToro asking for further contribu- tions. MoVcty- staled (liat Messrs, Kavan- agh nntl Gage had jusl returner] from a six months' tour ot the old country, and that W. Ixifeaus was still in knows wbat for" at the expense of the fund. He believed the fund ivaa being Ffwut In the interests of the O.B.U. President "Welch faJd ho had askcil tiie cttmniiltee twice for a detailed tiiittiictal filalement and had received no satisfaction. SURVIVORS OF FORT GARRY (ORANULES) Dinnlre on tcojae, or in fcot or- cofd or rithy.- Try at lotiDUin. QUICK RELIEF! ALSO IN TABUT BY BOWIIE MAKEHS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION WfNNIPEX't. Sept. 23rd wag the fiftictli anniversary ot the oc- t'upalion of Fort Garry by the troops under the command of General Wolsc- afterwards Viscount Wolseley. The expedition was undertaken for tho I purpose ot ro-cstablisliing tho authori- ties of the crown, which had been usurped by Louis Riel, and when the j army reached the fort they found it evacuated and the rebel leader and his followp.ru fled. 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