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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SEPTEMBra 21, 1520 WAS TO BE I: TROTSKY OF i Edmonton Man it is Alleged Had No Use for Governments j or on Trial FORTY-FIVE BUSHELS TO THE ACRE The biggest yfeUJ in the Coal- dalo clislrkt so-far has been ibat of D. O. Pedorson, whose wheat wbeu threshed 45 bushels to the iui'e. The lanJ was once Irrigated and the crop put iii stubble. Tho leat result obtained is cue more tiroul of (he t-tticacy of irrtgu- tiou applied at the proper limo. BRITISH MINERS CASTING STRIKE BALLOTS 1 KDMONTO.N. Sept. j rcvsjilra-ry agafust F. A. oil promoter o" are -'.veil under way before Mr. JuMko j Simmons iu tbe supreme court. ing stories of an army of returned voi- i erans tluu was to be formed was to lake the C.P.R. building and thej 'SU'lvetMl block as headquarters and: marcli on tbe parliament buiidicgo whore "tlieir rightB" were to be de- manded, told by Sergl.-MajorI Johu Taylor, who was lo bo com-' mander-ia-chief of the phantom army, aud J- Jorouie, who was to occupy j aa important position OD the general j Good Samaritan Subjected To A Tongue Lashing Magistrate Irwlo, at the ulty police- >urr, ou Tuesday, liatf the opportun-i i- of hearing Ijaucashlre as Fhe Hi rauie to 1'ouoka and visited j a ___j_ jj- two women for Infracting the city bv-l tbeif to be] and revolutionary leaders in Russia.; He said he was going to start a re-i volution hi Canada and that Ihe gov-. ernments were rotten, lie was cursing ill the leaders of toth tho provincial: and the nonunion Governments. ]t so'.! too strong for me and I sittd an awful way for a lean like you to, and he replied To hell with j the King.' at large. The man in question trying to rlo tho good Samaritan by' women out of the pound, and, inci-; moned mentioned the name of the parties to the police, with the sum- monses following. The Jadtes turned on the informant with sarcasm in Ihe host Lancashire dialect, interspersed The picture shows how the coal miners In Great r.ritatn cast their ballots during the recent vote taken the uueslion of striking to enforce their demdnih. I u one ilistrk-t a t-oal cart was used as a ballot Itox. Ponoka. Coyno fence. conducting liis own Would Put Brazil In the Business Of Selling Products __ rj j vials of Lancashire wrath, with 'i intimation that ho was adding insult! T to injury, and with a warning that ho i i better care of his "coo" lest hul j tie brought up again before his ship, as it has the habit j of browsing In their gardens. PATRIOTIC FUND IS STILL DOING BUSINESS j TURK NATIONALISTS PREMIER STEWART CONTINUE FIGHT' HERE_THURSDAY WITH THE FKENCH 1'reniier Stewart will be in Leihhridgo all day Thursday.. lie is 'n Canlston today atid will be ut Raymond and War- ner tomorrow. RIO DE JANEIRO, ing. a measure just intro- duced in the Chamber- of Deputies, the Brazilian government would be given the power to.intertene as buy- er or seller in commercial mavkets. to acquire national products and hold them for sale at "an opportune time, to make loans to producers on such :'.nd to orgauizo. special crefli! this purpose. The objects of the proposed measure jre slated to he the defense ot Brazil- Ian production, and the avoidance of the consequences-of speculation. lack of transport and other causes which 'ire ItcGjiiug back the progress of ua- Jional carry out the provisions of the the measure proposes that the trovernnient be. authorized to make of money "and conduct in- :ernal and foreign credit operations, ap to Gains accruing from such operations ire to be employed in the purchase Tor deposit in the national treasury jf-aK gold from Brazilian mines, Hie! importation of which will continue to] 3je prohibited; Iu the puiichase of i imortization of tho domestic and by securing bonds at .1 cro-er quotation. Although no office Is maintained in Lelhbrldga the Canadian -Patriotic Kund is Etill doing business, bridse affairs being bandied through Calgary. In a letter from this organ- ization lo The Herald it is pointed out that mauyveoule believe the. Futiil is out of business and through Dial be- lieve it is thought many soldiers' families which need assistance are not getting it. Regular monthly-payments are still .being pcid .that run from ten dollars i to to uncrsti hundred families iu addition tc making some emer- geucy. grants t.p assist with the er- penses aicendant upon operations, ill- nesses, eto. THIRTY DOLLAR FINE IN'rUIQUOR CASE At the court on Tues- day, H. L. Walker was lined ?30 and costs (or _haring liquor other than m a private'dwelling, to.wit, the Alberta rooms in tbe Whitney block. In the same court.- S. G. Slarks ap- peared to answer the charge preferr- ed of failing to return to the scene Sept. Turkish Nationalist forces iu South- v crn Asia Elinor are continuing their light against French truojis at occupa- ibere. Ten thousand Turks ond Arabs'aro besieging Atlnna, and other.-i are daily shelling Tarsus with old five-inch German are op- ierated by German officers who have 'been stranded then IS the armis-jhe says. tice. Frequent attacks are being made on Mersina. aa important sea- port southwest of Adana, but has been repulsed by the fire from tbe guns of French battleships in the harbor. French military officials are dealing diplomatically with the people and are granting amnesty to former residents of Adana, who'wish to desert tho Nat. io'hallsts and return homo.' Warden of the Coo'.: county jail In Chicago has sanctioned smoking by women inmates. "The women prison- ers arc citizens just like' the men." pprs THE BEST FOOD AT THE LOWEST COST MEETING ENDORSED IMPERIAL PREFERENCE TORONTO, Stpt. a spirited .disucsslan on the ques- tion of free trade versus protec- tion, the congress of the chambers 'of commerce of the empire today passed a resolution, of-Imperial preference by a vote of 8J to 21. '3HANGE IN PRICE OF STAMPED ENVELOPES] The PuKtmaster has received-in- io raise the price of stamp- ed envelopes as follows: One cent Mivelopes Jl.SO per 100; Two cent per 100; Three ceut ;iive5opes J3.BO per JOO. The necef-! dies for the cen.t cuvelopei-1 tre now being prepared and it is lected they will he ready lor sale rithln three months. NORTHERN B. C. FARMER RAISING WILD OUCKS his farm on the Toboggan slough -Mr. Castcll is making a success ol rearing Mallard according to the {iniiueca Herald. He brought the original stuck from Ontario and last year all tiie ducks brought out broods, lie leiit Lalf a dozen over winter and summer lie has over fifty. They aro thoroughly domesticated and go to the lionse for feed. It is .much easier pick up the littie ducks than lo catch the chickens. The Industry promises to be u very profitable one." OTTAWA, Sept. and steadily growing increases in the cost cf wages and materials, depreciation iu plant which must ue overcome if the business interests ot the. country ore to be met. and greater cost, of financing were the chief reasons given by C. K. Wise, general jusnager of the Bell Telephone" lor un increase in rates when tiro hearing was commenced before the Hoard" nf Railway Commissioners this morning. Chief Commissioner Carvel! presided, the other members of the board par- ticipating in the hearing being Assist- ant Chief Commissioner MacLeau and Commissioner Ooodeve. AC tbe pres- ent sitting of. the boarcMbe coinuanr -vvill'bB given an opportunity to estab- lish its case and an adjournment wil] Ue taken to allow the representatives of the various bodies opposing tlie ap- plication .to study the statements sub- mitted by the company. In the course of his evidence .Mr. Wise emphasized the fact that thou- sands of applicants for telephone ser- vice cannot he served and that, if the necessary plant is to be provided to meet tbe demands of the public, it will lie cecessa'ry to borrow 000 per annum for some years to come. The increase askeil for Includes higher rates for individual Hues gov- erned by the size ot exchanges nnd a message rate applicable to business telephones. It Is this feature of the application that is likely to be most Witcrly opposed. Tlie rates would bs applicablR.wftliin ell tli'j ter- ritory served by the Bell Telephone company in Eastern Canada. PARIS LONDON VIVAUDOU MONTREAL NEW YOBK In the brilliantly lit Dnll-room, tho woman who is the favoriU is the woman who !s individual. A few drops ot Mavis Per- fume and a tiuht film of face, powder will lend you addi- tional churra. Your individu- ality will be ftrikin; because only discriminating women choose Mavir. TJis fragrance or perfume tho gentle touch of face powder ma'Kc you truly IRRK- SISTIBLE, r Q s i st 1 bio! NO SIGN HERE OF GASOLINE JUMP' i nepprls from Caigary are In the ef-' feet that Baseline will jump'to siity I cents a gallon, retail, en account of i the increased freighl rates. No such 1 misfortune fa yet in the whui I bridge motorists, according to infor- mation given by the Imperial Oil Com- Gasoline at the present time Is sel-' ling for fifty-five cents In Leth- i bridge and fifty-two wholesale. Xo' Information has been received from the Imperial Oil Company to the effect! that an Increase in price is pending, j WAIVED EXTRADITION GOES BACK TO STATES i MOOSK JAW, Sent. ai.-Warreii I Marlin, iillas A. W. King, wauled in j Illinois on a charge of Ilieft, was in charge here by nn official! jOf the Dominion immigration depart-! ment this morning, following the dls-1 posal of charges of [heft against Mar- j tin -miTer the name of iflriK. Martin has the last month In Iloglna jail pending passing of sentence anil also awaiting the completion or dc- porlntitiu papers, lie has waived a: tradition.and it is espcctcil with a warrant will lake him sniilli! inside Hie next week. I FIVE LIVES ARE TAKEN WHEN SON RUNS AMUCK X. s.. Sept. u fit of demented rngp. resulting froio a lung standing to tile lo- caMon of a mill dam