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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SKPTtiilBKU 21, nm HERAJJJ PAGE NINE Canadian Representative On league of Nations Will lie Paid iho house! cf commons yesterday I Ion. S. Fielding nsfced -whether'Canada's re.i- rcsontallYG-at-tlia-League of a bill, lift expressed the view Lbat llic muro passing of ihtr ptaijc treaty would not gl.-o authority'for'making, such au ai'polrilpi.ent. also asked whu'.lier the Vhcn made, woultl IK: rpurjiiancni, or vi'liclhpr" it j cbauyo after a certain period. !lon: .Dolierty TOTillcriythal ha] dtcU not: iMnlc Iho intention: 1u' mako Ilia 'ttiipoIiiLuioiil ptirn.a.utn.1. lie'agreed that 11 would Lo lo have luchi hd appointment, mail-.! under aii act passed., by parliament, In nrisivcr to a question- by Mr. I.cinlcLiV'-llit-hihiislcr of Justice ei- Iilnlncd, country pay Hie salary ot ItS'Vcproscnlaitvc on Iliu League of nations.. WOoEM PROF. C- B. SI580NS ol Victoria University, Toronto, lias been chosen as one ol Ihe U'ndcis? of disciiFsion for ihe National J-Miici- Uoiial Conference, which Is lo be held to Winnipeg, October 20-220d. UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS TO EDMONTON MEN EDMONTON. Sept. II. A. lias been elected lo the Rhodes Scholarship lor Albcrla lor the year OTTAWA, EL-pt. minister ol labor lias constituted two Ijuanla of conollialiuii to invusilgJte dispute in Ihe west. HOD. Justice or Winnipeg, haa LwrTaM- ]poiDtcd ihaiiuian ot u board whkh will deal wlih the difference's tbc Canadian Northern Kxpress com- pany anil its employees. The other members uf this liuurd arc W. A. Swot" man. who rc.ircsri.ts (ho employers, ar.-J Fred Hanrroll, Toronto, repro- sentJiifj UJD mf-n. The oilier board will Ina-stiRate the dispute betivCPU Hie British Columbia Klpclrie corn puny ami iia motorrucn and conduetors at Victoria, Vautouvcr ajjtl Honry A. Stane, Vancouver, has been appointed chairman W. FliJlchcr, Van- cr.uvtr, will tha pniplojrers and Tliomns Coughlin, Vancouver, Lho men. TREASURE-SEEKING VESSEL WRECKED Alaska, Sepl. 23.--S13 mem- bers of (ho wrcchC'I schooner Casco, a San-Francisco treasure seeking ves- sel. nrrivcJ here today In K native skin boat from iOng Island. GG miles riorLk of NohiC, where 'tho Cacco grounded during n'gale'ori Sept. S. All the other members are. living with King-Island Tor help, ,werc lost. when the vessel Brouiid.ed.-. Tlio Casco is famo'us ihrougli Its association ivito Robert Louis' Sic veiisonT THREE DROWNED WHILE FISHING "QUKHEC, Sept, L'ap.ilona. of Si. Mark. Gerard of Mont magny, and rtosiarc Cnlte, of St. Mark were clrowiiccl yc.sitfrday while fishing 1S17 and Alan Harrcv for llic scholar-! In llic Altlc .river, seven miles eas ship for 1S18. Capl. Dydc Is llic sec-lot lloucel station on llie Tmnsconli ond member oE hts family lo win tho j htTital railway, honor, lie Is a sun of Dr. liyde, form- erly principal ol Hoherlson college here, but now In charge or Ihc Lhcolog- wireless Jlspalch lo'lay reports (he discovery of an anli- Bolshevik plo with ramifications throughout llussla which leil to the capture and CJI BURGLARS MADE A BIG lion or CG men on charges or consplr HAUL IN! LONDON Tht plot IE said to have, origin ical department of Queen's University. Mr. Harvey Is the son of Chief Justice I larvcy. LONDON, Ont., Sepl. inaile a big haul here during the night, carrying off nearly in cash. Victory bonds ani poodB from three of the largest retail stores iu the heart, of Dun das street shopping district. IlootE and shoes, geats1 furnishings and hardware "which Included a large number of firearms and ammunition, WCTO carried off In large quantities. ANTI-BOLSHEVIK PLOT LONDOX. Sept- A Bolshevik atcd in Moscow. THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF LETHBR1DGE LETH3RIDGE, ALBERTA AMALGAMATED BALANCE IHEET OF "DEBENTURE" AND "TAXATION AND PUBLIC UTILITIES REVENUE- FUNDS, At AT DECEMBER 1119 1 ST. K1TTS FACTORY WILL PAY BONUS Ont., Sept: 24. Hcginntnc.October 1. Hie Engineering and Machine Works of Canada will par. a bonus or 5 per cent, on the, ivagcs of all employees of the com- pany for the year ended July 1 last. Deyelpping a New Clover Seed District .lion II. UarV, Chief ot HIE Irrigated Irn-eslibalton-Kvislon ol Ihe Dcparl- me.rt of Natural Resources ol Ite Canadian Pacific Railway, hns been ot in ths'-growlng' of clover seed in Goulherh Alberla, and has met with eurpristflg success. Before coming pep ncre of the high- csl Btade. of seed. At thla fli'rlni'n retail prices eacli.acre pro- 'Incena gross revenue of upwards of AL ithc same' place another pk comprising almoftt an Acre and planled .In while Dutch clover In '1915. Tbls rro'p had no Jwlicil very well.throughout Ihe sea- ron, (hr; ulanrl.haying bccm tbln arid (the jfrowth-rather Indifferent, yet h itolal 'yield, of.205 jioundn uf seed of excclicnl-klad-wcre secured from iHila "area 111 1S17.' The average yiclil iirns 142'pounds acre. As Nils pced wu wcrtb at least fifty cents a than an acre. The follofilng example related ny Mr. Hark shows the prolific nature ol clover under conditions In Southern Alheiia In the fall of ID 17, ft one-acre lawn of KenVncky Blue Qrasa and While Clover at Ca sails, t small Elation weal of Medicine IlAl. on thfc main Inc of the Canadian Pacific appeared to acnlMn enough ripe ciovcr heads to IhaL U irouW pay to mve-st 11. This accordingly wa3 done, and the area threshed 105 pounds of While Clover seed cf an excellent grade and qiwlHy. Thl lawn, therefore, jirbduced 550 worth' of seed, wag not planted for seed producl'on purposes. Mr. Bark lias Rradually extended hta cxpcrlmenis over a larger terrl- loi'y With equally TfiBiilLs. Thren. and a half acres planted to alsiko clover at Jloacmary, north of Hroohs. Alberta, were harrcMcd for ncihl In 1018, and although tie eland only fair, au areragt'TltW of 250 pounds of seed per acre was pro- duccd. Complete iccordfl kcpl of the ooel of nindltnc IWl and at tho rale of forty cnl RE8ERVE8: Clly General Dcpl., per Statement No. Watenrorti Dept., per No. Electric Light and Pawn per No. 1J Stnei Railway per SUtemeal No. i IMIM.MO City Offieral Dept., per. gtitemmt No. Acadian flulldlu, 612 Third Areime .UlkbrUce', Alberta, 14IK July, This Halnnco Sheet, .referred to ID wf Report ot lib Wor.nfp ge, AjbcrU, __ oflM iniltefi to of On CUT ;