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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MGEFTCHT TIIF. ijmreanxiE DAH.T THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 25, For Five Months As Against of TAWA. SepL from i counties came Into ihe Do- flMBlon to a total ot ibe .fire-month period ending Angus: 31. while during Ibe same Lime year they totalled Ml3.062.7i1, a decrease of this year. tola! of domestic articles five ended ilurinj with August was against last year, or an increase of don. Brandon College. Urm- Man., wbo wfl( be one of ers of discussion at ihe Xatlooal The grand I which U tn tolal or trade during ihe live months heW Ia October SMSnd. this year was while ID 191S U was ihe eiporls ol fort'rn merchandise from Increased by about JIO.OOO.OM as com- nared with last year. The export of dumeslic agricullural Aad products during the ilre moniha period ended ou August 31 allows a. decided Increase orer the- tame iJme last The total Was somewhat over greit- than In T91S. Eiports ot animal products also Increased by about On the other hand, eiporls and steel and thereof declined by about In and ores, cielals and ueUL uanufutures other than iron and by orer JlC.OOP-000. There was decease ot over J 00 iu the tolal value of miscellaneous articles ported daring Ihe five months, es compared with the Eame period a year rm VANCOUVER, Sepl. jnenls hare beta made vlth the Indus- irrial DepartmenLpf Ihe T. 31. C. A. Thereby Caiqp Y. M., C A.'e are to be d at Urn Otis Staples Lumber Conpanr. camps at Wycliffe. B. C., mod at canape .operated by the _ _. Adotpk, Lomber Co, Ltd, at Barnes the Baker Lumber Co.T rRbu-Saakaloon Lumber Ltd, B. C. One secretary Till j iderdtci fc la entire time to the Otis SUpfeB campa and anatner will look after the of the tbree companiH r arc all V'c" Jane isl fire companJea in district IIDTC iDdastrial V: M. jf.'A., Capt_ V. "G.'> Rae -belBff -the PARIS, Sept. a nation consider the Fiume matter seUleJ, be- ciuia we hare actual paid Gen. Giuneppe Garibaldi to en Associated Preis representative here Lhls tnomfnt- Garibaldi had just reached Paris from Rome, coming on whiLVas'said to be'an Important mis- sion, which" he .would go to meet fiahtteie' the insurgent IfaliflQ leader-in posiession of Fiume. I'Ha'i d'Anjriniio.nDl gone in." con Llaued tiaribaldi, "we would have done In j it within 15 davE. It Wilson II by the riBbt spirit he t would permit Ihe whole lo be decided -by flrcal Britain, France and Italy. In that ease, we are satisfied Ibat bur rights would be recoguized, as they are already recognized bv the roajoriiy ol AwaiVWilmmi'j Antwrr ROUE, SepL 24. -Presideiil Wil- son's answer to the proposal of settle- ment bl tbe Fiume question has net yet been received, according the G torn ale d' It alia. Seme ol the other newspapers 'patllsa a mmor- that the resident's, answer ,be farorable to mike Flaine lUlian. in decision of Ip carry. with their emplpyws.15 the resnlt of.the Qtber cbm- irtarti. which were id V dJslnci, are alw. cbpside.T- Ing-takenK same There ft an-Industrial Y. qpernllon >'t Xjrtle the 'Stewart t Welch "VecrtUry Board ChaHiMte Islaada, Js i (he A "nnmher of ntninff Lamber.coM- negotiating -with 'the 1 >T.'M. pirice for the -'jot ihe work In-their camps, -j': la the orjanlzitiofl of Indastria] T. M. C. A. Lbe first; are br.the.compmniet, hut L beta asocial In is Mff-gpveniing, the DC being an of the company. Y. hii ben is opera lion In -Wesiem Can: jadi it h'ai very pdpolar with both con pap PRICES IN l FRANCE CHECKED LIKE CROWN PRINCE "I Jttle Triw to Wia the of tke But FaJk The iieruian Crywu Jl sttnu is at But It a were held amoac (lw la- LRbiiants of Wteringen the island [Id soon rid ol him. the o; the humblest Is decidedly a ;iiy of Willie" cautexi iniall com- motion in the and hut now each mau on hit way without taking any notice of the Illus- trious It Is true that In "Itlouipeu." or voodea ad that he "pals up" to the TilUgers; but tiiinss he du, otherwise be would be mtseraole belfef. That Is the con sens us ot opinion among Ihe WlerlnEeners, But. one of ihe island notahles, he Is an hypocritical as ever. Ills handling of the plough and his work aL the village blacksmith's are atnake- manifestation of his old craving (or popularity. AnJ the villflgn belles of Osterlaud will.have none of his haughtiness, none of his philandering. Parson Wants House Back But wi.y WiHie.is scatterlns his bounties broadcast, giving s wee L s to tlie 'illJe children anj occasional CQIS to Lhelr parents. The only cab owner on the island has done well by diking hinvaud his small retinue and their occasional Jsitors about. .HP, has been'able to buy t motor car, and shows you wilh' prIJe the far coal he has got from the gold tie- pin with Its gold and the imperial Yes. sturdy Japp Uruol, Ihe. pro- prietor of the Wieringen stage coach, the only pulilfc, means, of conreyance, would be loath Lo see bis best client depart. Eut even Uruul's man.betrays a spirit of independence towards the majesty uf the ex-poiential po.Lenlalc. "I just treat him as I do .-inyn- the Wierinsen calihy said Lo me, "not as they did in Potsdam, and if he doesn't lifce it he can lutap it." But the liappiesl nao on the'island, should Willie quil, would be the-rniafe who to-tlje wish- es of the Dutch gofernment gave up his manse for six weeks, which have grown 16 long over six months, and wbo fervently thai his will not shelter young William for aix OTTAWA. S4pt.' new parliament buildings the scene of a fire IsM rlfh'l 4> and but tor con- struct kip, fire fuch as that of February, rulfiht have eukueoi. lilase occurred In an (aside room in the hue- ment uiioug toue boxes vu- 4 Lalnltaf asbeatM, aad the fire- had lo their how 4 Through corrMora In order to reach the The (Jauiaga to yroperly was about but 4 whether the dens a smoke 4 4 which will Injure my of the uew painting or unknown yet. t FIRE THREATENED NEW BUILDINGS BUILDERS ORGAMZE CHICAGO. Sept. tive o( 150 building contracting con- cerns from most ot Ihe largo'cities ol the country met here today and or- ganized the National Association of Building Employers, tbe firal organisation ot ils kliid in the United Siales.' METEO DO LOGICAL CONFERENCE LONDON Sept. meteorological conference has opened at South Kensington, at which the and India arc represented. The, discussions maiulr relate to organiution of observations to meet the development of nerial navigation. CHARLESTON. W. Ya., Sept. Don Chapln, deputy sheriff ot couulr. here Lo make the arrdst of a B wanted for trial In thai COUD.IV, WAS siol and H-rknnly wounded today In offices of No. Mine Workers. It IB alleged, by Petry. of '.he mine orKuiullon. 'bjplD, who wai shot Jut I over Ibe heart, wu taken Into a local hospital where tt Li tald his condition crit- ical. Pelry was attested and before a Justice of the peace, when fire in ITie'aum of f 10.000 for hU 'ippeirance before fraud Jury. FORT WILLIAM STREET CAR CONDUCTOR KILLED A Good Investment 'T'Hi money you save earns interest when deposited in oar Savings Department, and both principal and interest are safe and can be obtain- ed whenever required. Open an account to-day. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LTTHBftCOGE BRANCH BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH ft. T. MYMNEA, J.RS. GORDON. J.V.S------------ FORT WILLIAM Ont. Sepl. Thomas Hogg, one of the blilesl con- ductors on the Fort William Sti was killed this moniln? at just as he was preparing to his CAT from the barn. He had xt p4l front of hfE {.ir to fho (i-onl trolley pole, when n c.ir In front of him ticked up tor a distance of' About six feet and Hogg waa caught! between LUe cars. He was la ten to! McKcllar hoapKal where he dted after I an operation bad been unsuccesifully alLcnipced. A son, S. Hogg, resides at Glrviu. Sask. S- S- TEACHEM IN'MONTREAL j- DE'HANDMNCREASED SALARIES racticallr snount to" an ulti- .wert- received at yesterday's -bV the, Catholic board ot coinmiasio.ners from the teach- in schools.. The iu their sal- conditions ipfl demaAd'ao. aaawer witbln a-week. bat did n6t78tale. what ..their action TOttld1 be; failing The demand for vcreaMdl salaries- was submitted to'ttie'finaiiCe'cbninilttee and for the present other demands nkics if Uken -of tie FLOODS IN TEXAS OTTAWA, Sept.; Rodolphe IvCmleiix asked the gOTernment wheth- er it iotentJOQ ,to ippoiflt a commission; purpose of revising the "Ur'lft. -V. Hoc. A: it com- mitfiL tut nothing definite; had jet Memorial! in'FVince Sir Sam' Hughe's uked whether' spy steps bctnp taken by the gov- ernment to. erect sultahle__toemorlals to the Canadians li Mewtarp, ,minljter of Collections For Business Houses The satisfactory sen-ice which Merchants Bwkrenders to Business Houses, in the matter ot collecting Notes, Drafti and other financial paper, is due to the imniberand strategic location of its branches throughout Canada, and the efficient system in Special attention is given to collections returns are promptly made and credited losses are often prevented by the care ana thoroughness with which -we do this part o! our wort. MCRCHANTS BANK Head Office OF CANADA. Established 1864. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, R. J. DINNING, C O N S O L I DAT E D PLATE GLASS CO Let us hdp you solve your merchan- dising problems- It .can be done with Zouri Metal f.Store Fronts. Rer: and Trains from 20 inllea )n the -Teiaslslfie approximately 30 miles ot tne" Gulf. Coast- Line Rail- Brownsville and After iirins nor- sUple fDodtlaffs Cor tie cwrrnt: week and 'tbose of Jury 31, Lbe TderliiK filing ol normal went the ofllcii] joiirAl lodAj1 adds tbit Ihe. upward of prict3 uadergoce an atwWt'Eenenl apd that cent ol fixmiLuffs of prime'neceasilles lias dimtafshed th roue boat (he coun- MANITOBA LADY IS 1 "i KILLED BY AUTO WINNIPEG, J qf Charlwwood, died it Uie lonlght rVon the ef fecti ,of Injariea receded Iwt Wed when she was knocked down 1 bTLan irtilo on (he main road In tbe .vicinity- of IICT home: The decetsed mi 4S years old and the daughter of Hon. .Alexander Murray, one of the ManKolja let I a latore. In addition to tier 'rte' Is syrviTed bjr'five children'. Hidalgc-, has. out, WILL DECIDE CASE OF TRAITOR LENOIfl 'PARIS, Sept, ''Wnie doclcal In Ihe'-case .ol 'P.Icrre Lenoir, who was reprlered at virtually the last minute art WM referred to- day to M. high court pros- c-cuLor. who will decide irbelher the condemned man's Is neces- In. the Impending trial of fonner NEW STATE CREATED SepL :plan 01 gOTernraenl for independent slate of to he crealed by Ibe treaty "with Qernany has been receiv- ed from the municipality of Danzig by tbe allied coramisiion hairing the matter in this plan.- the new stale the Independent, slate of Hinz and The'senate would be Invest: id wilh supreme authority and wo aid comprise 12 sub- siilutea, ail-to elected hy; the peo- ple. coaocll.of 72 uetibers would be elected ftrery tow yean, by inlveraal suffrage... Oerrnao -would be [he official language. LAKE-ATEAMfER AND CREW'OF W-ATBRTOW.V, Sepl. tnce of the itiSieinbera of the crew of the it earner C. J, Waffle, owned by Son, Kfaialon, Onl., wlilch Is belftTwl lo hare foundered In Onlarlo, off Oowejo, has been found, although ft diligent search la being along Ihe The We If is was sailed by Capt. Charles Beaupre, of Kingston and bound from Oa- wego lo Klngiton, with coal. Wreck- age from-the boat li fating pitted up at OsTego. TROUBLE IN BUFFALO BUFFALO N, Yi, Sept. ancej which Mfaa la ttw rlclulfy of be company's phint last night were fonllnawl, thii morning. A masler mecaaDjc was net upon by a crowd severely beaten. A riot call broDghl out Ibs poHce and two men were arrested charged with riollna-. Swilchmen on (he South Buffalo Rut I way .today qull work when ]order- lo car.i into the Steel company's vt. There Is health-building nourishment. Ask the jroccr. j VANCOUVER MAN GETS JOB VAXCOUVKI1, Sept. Bur- roughs, vho has been In chu-ie of the ork o! Ihe loldlers' hoanl he swpenrlsfon Ihe (he rnalrjland of BHthli Columh'a, has fieen'.ilppolnrfrl director o[ ajErlcultnral Lralnlng for 'Ihc.entire minion, It was announced here thla morning, tollowlnf a. visit1-, of Dr. Rliclt, cKalmtn of Ilic board. DEMOCRATS NOMINATE QUBERNATORtAL CANDIDATE BfJSTO.V, Sep. returns from the primary yes- thowcd Ihe nomlnatton of Rich' ard If, Ixing 'for sorernor of more than twice thai of his three opponenls The Tote was: Lo'ng. former Gofernor Foss, 11.15S; Kormer Senator Mcna- han, 9.17S; Konrer Afsetnbtyman Deltrkk-, 'John K. Herbert, of Worcester, WAS the unanlmQan .choice nomination for HeulenapL-goT- embr. L'oplldce and l.leot.- the HepitHfeins v i i f AUCTION SALES AT WADDWGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK THERE WILL-BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE: Golden oak but- ret; mission oak round extension table; oak round extension table: two oak ollice1.chairs; KITCHEN 6-holo took 7 brass mounlei! beds, complete.wilh springs end .mattresses, botn 4-tool 3-pairs blankclfi; 6 pairs shecLs; comforters: TpiHoKs; 6 good dressers; 2 burner and Z burner oil stoves; Con-, golcum occasional .tables; coal healer; carpel squares; kitch- en chairs; Email nigs; ifnolenm; rockers; cot and'mattress; also JIANDSOMUDININ'O SUITBIn Turned oak comprising bullet, round cilcuslpn lable and set of chairs, ALL SOLID OAK; and 3-piccj parlor siiile. AT TWO O'CLOCK TERMS CASH PHONES 770--B9 WADOINOTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE Saturday Next, Sept. 27 ON THE PREMISES, 934 EIGHTH STREET SOUTH Commenting at o'clock FRANK WADDINGTON WILL BELL WITHOUT RESERVE, THE SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And elltcll Inclndlnj: lUNDSOMB D1MNO BUITB IN SOLID OAK comfirininj! bovr-fronted cabinet, round extension table and net dining thllrV; HOOK CASH In quartered oak; Congoleum Hue; solid oak rockers; oak ocuslonal tables; 3 rugs; .0x9 carpei aqu're IB sew oarly baby Max cldck I mljskm: oak CKIFKOMBR; handsome SOU I) OAK nnrasKK, hlrlns Itrfe mirror; child's col and mattress; handsome BKA9S BKI) with niirlnga and mattress; camp col; refrigerator; trashing machine; high inalr; UNOI, KU.M; kitchen JlASOB; fit coll water heater; eo-cart; about 35 quarU seal- era, etc, "'HONES WITHOUT AUCTION SALE OF Stock, Implements and Household Furniture Having iaibuctioiu horn C. A. PRAT, of Riverbow, tbe nnderafned wffl teH by PnbGc Auc- tion at farm, northwest qurter of Zt-lS-K, 15 nortbeast of the town of Retiaw, on Thursday Oct. 2nd The following: 1 mare, weight about 15110; I mare, about 125Q; 1 mare, weight about 1100; 1 about gooJ yenrllne coll; 2 milk cows. 1 good steer calf; 50 heaa anc] (lilckens; 1 fiang plon-, stubble; 1 disc; 1 2C-ft, Bosa harrow; 1 harrow cart; 1 binder; 2 good wagons and lioies; 1 hay-rack; 1 set sleighs; 2 land .'loals; I [JnninK mllL 1 h.p. en- 1 D14-inch, grinder, ivHli-bagger, alt In pood condition; S seta work harness: I saddle, good as new; 1 bridle; 1 cretin separ- ator; 1 barrel churn, No. 2 size; 2 Peerless incubators and brood- ers; 1 range, 6 hole; 1 Iron bed nnd springs. 1 kitchen table; 1 dining table; 1 cectre table; 1 bed couch; 1 ser.'lng machine; about 300 bushel potatoes. 3MALL TOOLS AND HOUSEHOLD COOKING UTENSILS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION FREE LUNCH AT NOON SALE AT ONE O'CLOCK TERMS'CASH W: A. PORTEOUS, AaetwMcr E.B.TAWTER, Cfcrk OF AT IN THE AFTEKHOON AUCTION SALE Stock, Implements and Household furniture Having reemed nutrnctioiu from ISAIAH PARKIN- SON, of Gnsty Lake, the underacned wffl wfl by PobBc Auction at farm, northeast quarter tf 32-9-13, 3 rnDei forth and 1 mfle west of .Grassy Lake.o. TUESEAY, SEPT. 30TH The grey mare, ivKli colt it foot, Weir'ot about 1500. age 9 jrears; 1 marc, wslBhl I30fl, 9 retro; 1 bay Beldlng, wtifhl 160D, age 5 ycara; 1 hay gelding, weight 1600. ago il years; 1 Lay geldmgr .weight 1400, years; 1 grey gelding, weight 1500. ase 3 years; 1 lay gelding, weight 11M, 7 1 dark bay mare, wclsfcl 2 years; .1 bir mire, _ wciint 1100. age 2 jeara; l' yearling colt, weight refl coir.' 1 due lo.calt.ln December, ase 4 years; cowi In lull, milk; 1 hlack cow. age 6; 1 roan coir, aje 3 years] 1 dirk black arld.irhlte cow.i, age 4; 1 Itam red cow, age S; 1 lltfcl red cfiir, age 3. 2 heifers, axe 2 and 3 yearling boifers; 1 yearljrJB.Bliier; 1 heller; 7-scrlnj Cilvee; 1 UcCarmlck binder, nearly'new; 1 McComlck 1 La Cfon 14-Inch Bang nlox; 1 HOSB lurrow; I John Deere Inch, inlky 'Wuh breaker .bottom. 1 walcr tank; Z wagons; I bngffT; 1 set Tort Harness. SGI bugsy iiarnesa; 1 cream sepinlor, alnMt neic; 1 Koolcnay range; 1 Royal Quebec beater; 1 cupbowd; 1 cimp stove; 1 kitchen table; 1 bedroom table; V iff hen chain: MANY OTHER ARTICLES TOO TO MENTION FREE LUNCH AT NOON AT 1JJO O'CLOCK casli. Balance lime Trill be giren until Isl, 1020, on approved notes 10 per cent. Interest and 10 per cenL discount on lime W. A. PORTEOUS, Auctioneer C. S. BAILIFFS SALE IN THE MATTER OF SEIZURE UNDER CONDITIONAL JOHN A. LONSDALE J. B. ALLEK I WILL tELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION At Brimble Fira, S.L 344-19, EM( CWJdide THE FOLLOWING 1 CocluhQtt EBSIM Guf PW, with 6 Weaker and 8 itabUe Iwtttau, TERMS CASH f. i- tIMONI, itltlff. Dalo.il ni I.EtlllirlilKc, Allrtrlw Lhls ISIli rfny ot September, 1J1J, ;