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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta a-y. SEPTEMBER 14. THE LSTHBMDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEJ? Favor.Adequate Supply of News- print For Canadian Papers WINDSOR, Ont., Sept. dlan ot the re- port ot the committee reGOlatlous occupied (he attention o! ibe dele- gates to the thirty-sis In convention o! the Trades end Labor Congress o( Canada when they assembled, thlf morning. At the rate they havo been working .elnce.the upculng of the convention yesterday afternoon. ID looks is if: they were gotog'to''com- ply with the'request of President Tom Moore that an attempt to Snltb. up tmsineis in time. to. enable the delegates to return to their homes not later than Sunday next. already concurred in elude one from Toroato Typographical Union No. 91 to urge the Dominion government to amend the copyright law to give Canadian printers equal protection-to that afforded the print- ers of the United States by legisla- tion and at the eanie lime safeguard- Ing the of Canadian authors ant! composers. One from Hamilton Typographical Union No. 129 to support the Canadian newspapers in their efforts to secure an adequate supply of newsprint met with the approval of the convention although several delegates from the Letter Carriers objected to the latter part of the resolution which intimated that a flat rate of 50 per. cent, in the postal rate for newspapers and period- icals.was sufficient. They objected on the ground that any reduction in pos- tal rates meant reduction In their salaries. When lightning hit a cherry tree at Hagerslown, jid., over a hundred sparrows in it ware killed.- Lends Fragrance to the simplest meal "SALADA" is pure, wholesome and delicious.. Send a post card for a free .ample, i tke' price you aow pay and il you use BUck, Greea or Mixed Tea, Addreu Salada, Turato. BLUE RIBBON TEA People don't take long to find out the merits of an article. Ask your friends what they think of Blue Ribbon Tea .57 SHORT NOTICE OF. AUCTION, SALE Tomorrow, Wednesday, Sept. ISth ON THE PREMISES, 946 12TH ST. B; SOUTH (JUST AT. REAR OF FLEETWOOD V COMMENCING AT 2 O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON Instructed by Mr, Wlllinms, will sell without reserve a (in of Household Including: Golden Oak Buffet, set Golden Oak Diners, I.ciinise with Mattress, Round Collapsible Card Table, quantity of Jiusic and Music Cabinet, Oak Arm Chair, Child (iiiantity of Linoleum, Brass Trimmed-Bed complete with coll springs and good duality mattress, Solid Oak Dresser with large hovelled .mlr-- ror, Oak Wash Blouse Box, White Toilet Ware, Pair Framed Pictures, Kitchen Cabinet, Lounge, Drop Leaf Kitchen 'Table, five.Kltchen Chairs, Domestic .Sewing Machine, White Enamelled Bed with springs and mattress, Wascana Kitchen Itange in good condition, filectrlr. Iron, Wash Tub, Boiler, Glass- ware, Granite Ware, Dlshbs, etc.' TERMS CASH. PHONES 770, HOUSE SEEKERS! HERE IS A HOUSE AT YOUR OWN PRICE FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER ON THURSDAY NEXT, SEPT. 16TH A STOREY AND A HALF Frame Dwelling House NOW STANDING ON LOT AT THE REAR OF THE CHIEF MOUNTAIN DAIRY CO.'S PREMISES ON' 5TH AVE. A, SOUTH i This building Is plastered throughout, wired for electric light- ing, has 'our good rooms with ono small room suitable for-bath, and entrance hall on ground fioor, stairway leading to upstairs where there arc two good rooms, all plastered. The house Is Jacked up ready for moving, and Is an excellent buy for anyone having vacant lots. A chance for you to solve tla problem of "where to find a house." Please meet the Auctioneer on the property on Thursday next at 2.30 o'clock. TERMS CASH. AUCTIONEER'S PHONES AVIATORS WERE BURNED TO DEATH CLEVELAND. 0., Sept. Air Mail Pilot Waller Stevens and Mechanician Hussel Thorn- ft as, both of Cleveland, wero burned to death at 3 o'clock today when their plane catight flro at an altitude of 509 (eet at Pembervllle, Ohio, 15 miles south of Toledo. Charge Germany The Lithuanians WARSAW. Sepl. troops massed along the demarcation line between that country and Poland are very strong and have very full equipment of weapons, which they.se- cured from Germany, according to dis- patches. The Lithuanians have a re- gular force of men of whom 00 hava been form LEGISLATORS STRANDED Manitoba ParHamenlarians have A Bunch of Exciting Experiences .THE RAS. Man., Sept. dian. which in- cluded stranding of their boat for 20 hours on a mud bank met a party of M men, from Winnipeg and The Pas, including mauv; members of the Maul- loba legislature! on their way to The Pa? after visiting the ninflon mine north of here. oariy. crowed Coose Ijke in canoes In a gale'aud driving rain. The Steamer, scheduled' to meet them at Sturgeon -Landing, was 24 hours late. After mornlug the boat- went aground and stayed for 2Q hours. on Monday mom- ing, the in canoes and set for the foot of stone Rapids where a "'small sicaWr and barge, awaited them. Soaking wet Jnited States and Russian Uniforms, t is said. Estimates received here itate that the Lithuanians have about OS cannon and plenty of rifles and machine guns. Sectors where the' Poles and Llth: uaulans are facing each other are quiet, there having been no action on either side for some days. tachments. .Ihb army there haft the tourists, wet and cold iL -i and at midnight sent vol- mnon, and the men wear BrltlBb, Toe Pa's for assistance. A RELIGIOUS BELIEF NOT A CONSIDERATION WASHINGTON, Sept. dis- crimination should be mniie on ac- count of religious belief against any alien attempting to enter tho United States, the department of justice has ruled, la passing on an appeal by George H. Biddle, from the attempt of immigration authorities to bar his entrance. Biddle is secretary of the 'standfast1-' section of the Interua- ional Bible .Students' Association, which group camo into conflict with he government during tho war be- cause upon pacifism. Blddle's case up when le desired to cross the Canadian bor- der to attend a conference of the or- ganization in tho United States. ZIONIST LABOR ELEMENT NOW THREATEN TROUBLE LONDON, Sept. Zionist executive offices have confirmed the report that "orders have .been issued Lo all Jewish organizations in Eastern Europe not to pass through the' emi- grants who.are'trylng to make their way. to Palestine. Only those who ihow that they are in" a position :to iupport themselves for at least 12 months will be permitted to enter the future home of the Jews, the officials assert.' "The Hapoal the Zionist labor. :element In Palestine, his in- formed the1 leaders of the Zionist or- ganization thaat unless this order Is Immediately withdrawn, they will be gin an open conflict in the organiza- tion. third steamer waa ceiit out and tho eipecte'iL to -reach The Pas today. Yesterday. subsisted on hardtack ahdyjjjV'- STOP LOCK and IJSTFH contain ibrusem fact that some hatfheuarearep- chemists fktd a te "quantities of it inside, BftKINSPONDER Contains No Alum Pure "Wholesome Economical I i Rome Newspaper, However, Thinks the Crisis of Metal, Workers' Movement Over" HOME, has passed through the metal work- ers' to the Giornale commenting on the situation the-newspaper says: "Until last we were on" the edge of danger seems to be remp.ved-'and leaders of workmen have become the heralds of necessity to We'shall see whether are'able to induce their HID IN LIFEBOATS, SUBSISTED TOR A WEEK ON BISCUITS VANCQUVER, Sept, the liner of Russia dock- >d here last night she had on board two. stowaways, .Oscar Li Hyatt, 19, of, El Tesas, and R. All on, 21, of'New York. The two young men hld-ln'one of the lifeboats and Buh- sisted-for seven days on biscuiis Btol- eh from, the kitchen and water .taken from the lifeboat's emergency tank. The steady inroads on the biscuit sup- ply'led.to ths dlscovery'of ,the stow- awaya. Rests WMiGermany Fftether She Enters League of Nations A1X.L-ES BAINS, Sept; ind Italy reserve the right to recog- nize the Soviets or not" Premier Gio- ilti of Italy, informed the Associated Press, following a joint official declar- ation on the meeting of the prime ministers of tho two nations. continued the Italian premier, "has already declared that she does not wish to recognir.e the Soviets. Our freedom of action is general reserve, whether concerning political or commercial relations. shall bo admitted to the League of Nations when she shows willingness to execute the treaty of Versailles. Whether the date he dis- tant or not lies ciitirely with Germany. The result of my meeting with Prem- ier Millerancl implies continuation of the close relations between. Itaiv and France which existed during the war. "There Is no reason 'why Italy, France and Great Britain which fought side by side for years, should not be in accord when the war is con- cluded." QUEENSLAND GETS MONEY FROM BANK OF ENGLAND LONDON, Sept. As- sociated government of Queensland, Australia, a temporary loan with the Bank of England for one million pounds sterl- ing, Premier Theodore states, accord- Ing" to a message today to the Morn- lug Post. It probably will be used to pay Interest In London oil current Is- sues. Some readjustments and remia- sions of-taxation are expected In the federal budget and much additional revenue Is accruing from tho tariff. GRIEVED BECAUSE NO MONEY SPENT ON BfllDGE v' Sept.. their political tour'of tho country of Chambly-Vencheres, Joseph Archam. bault, M.P., for that country, and Ad. rien llaudry, for Vercheres, yesterday addressed A meeting at Varennea. Mr. Archamtiau'.t complain- ed that the government had no mohc? to spend on a' bridge connecting Mon- treat witli the Bouth Bhoro and yet could spend for Toronto har- bor, and.another for a dry- dock at SL John, N.B. .1 TO NIGHT- J. O. H1G1NBOTHAM CO., ALBERTA. THE CENTRE OF THE IRRIGATION DISTRICT Will Demonstratt ths Possibilities of Irrigation tha AND PUKEBRED STOCK EXHIBIT; TO.BE HELD AT THE FAIR GROUNDS, LETHBRiDGE For Premium List Apply to Secretary. Ccajdale' Commercial Club Bert Hughes, tho coast Icathcrweight champion, who will fight Clcorgo Ross at the fin Wcdnseday night, The event ia a ten-round go, And ths Lcthbrldge Rotary Club will furnish the FUN AND FROLIC for tho occaslori In a Grand TARY CARNIVAL FOR WHICH THE CLUB IS NOTED Baseball Tournament BOTH AFTERNOONS The MIDWAY Will Bo Bigger and Busier Than Ever Dancing! Dancing! In the Monster Pavilion on both nights THE BEST JAZZ MUSIC OBTAINABLE Monater Parade all o'Clock on Opening Day Good Band in Attendance LUNCHES ANC'REFRESHMENTS BE SERVED ON .THE GROUNDS. COME AND BRING YOUR FAMILIES AND HAVE A GOOD TIME. SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR THE AMUSEMENT OF THE KIDDIES Under Auspices Coaldale Commercial Club and Lethbrldga Rotary Club