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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta ifcGC EIGHT THR LKTHP.RIDGE DAILY HERALD, UrU3jj. EMBER 30. 1919 life W by WiU Ow of Matters >W1PBO. Man., Sept. pcnu froa el! over Canada Oct. 7, S and 9 for their eon vent iou when Important will take-place. embrsclDif the attempted of goods and the .of Hquor under prescriptions, to l there Is a. growing hostility by the country. A feature ot the convection Trill b frM rides In" the air open to all advet. tatcma under the direction tiro qualified Jlljbt rocimindtn J A. F. Mayor V. Gray pu. .IrOies to open conrentlon by aero- ji'ine. HEAVY COAST RAING CHECK BUSH FIRES WILL ATTEMPT TO CAPTURE PETROGRAO LONDON. Sept. Rodzaneko. a former member of tha Russian durax has issued an arder of ihe day to ihe northwestern army, accord- int to a Helslngfors dispatch lo the Ceoiral News, annouuc- Ing an attempt 10 capture Pel- rosrad. M. KoJcaceVo says v Is able to the re. to union. They are J. A. Ma- tarz, Jlaple Creek; J. Tleld', .Version Lost Mountain. Gen. Grave's, commander ot tha.Unit- ed Stales forces in Siberia, has do- rnajidcJ an apology .Irom Gen. Rosca- nolT, iti command 9f Russian troops in Friamur province, for thR arrest ot two United Stale's soldiers, Capt. L. P. Johns and Corp. Ileojamin Speer- line. and the flogging of the latter by Cossacks commanded by-Gen. Kalmi- koff. 'An inreslJpation of the conduct o[ a Japanese''officer at Iman, the place lUe arrest look place, haa also been begun'by the Japanese high command. The-" incident, -oc- curred Sept. 5, is-considered'one ot WAHXEIl, Sept. regular monthly meeting of tho Warner Wo- men's Institute1 was held at the homo cf Mn. R. V. Tiaibs Ttursday, 1S, in of Ltio windy day about ladles were present, each bringing an item of interest- MR. Mohan, our president, told how to pickle peaches; Mrs, Grunwad save a method ot cooVlug crab appcs in tbo oven. Mrs.1 Dabb gave a recipe lor cucumber salad, and Mrs. Fraedrich told'how to remoro the iron like sub- stance which forms io Water pails. Tliere were also other Interesting Items among which Mrs. Fisher read an appeal from the Elzikora branch asking lor oltl clothing usfeul In mak- ing brer garments for winter. jThe ladies decided to collect what they could, and pack''a box at their next meeting. Our a deli- cious lunch of hot cross buns, sunshine cake, coffee olives, to which we all did ample justice, alter whirli we adjourned to meet irith Mrs. Mohan in October. J. F. Johnsion, __ _ first two will support tie Farmers' uJ The party, and Mr. Johnaton attended the jlberal National V; Not EnthutraitTc In Alberts, Dr. Clark, W. A. Buch- nan and James Douglaa are all iKiugTJn the cross benches and are not enthuslasttc over, union. On the ither hand they are not prepared lo CLEMENCEAU GflVT 15 SUSTAINED, 262 TO 1B8 BRITISH TROOPS OCCUPY ODESSA VIENNA, Sept, from the British Heel di lUo lllack Sea have been landed in Odessa, and have occupied tho ciljv according to advlcw re- celvcd in Budapest. T In London secured flQ.CQO from three larrc Rtlwnrd McDonald, wlio escaped Trom Port Arthur Jail, hai-not teen captured yet. MANUA LOA ERUPTS HONOLULU, Sept. 20, Mount Mauna on IIIlo Island, burst- Into eruplion late last titght and K wide stream o( lava bein fii (be Kona side, dealrojlni Itouses. The realdeufi of (he. Kona side are reporlcd ttnlng to the aea. which la 30 miles Ols I ant. b'b moupLaln. "which la Iccl high, became active three days ego 'BI Quite and came [rom the crater. During the. last two days the eruption had beta subsiding mHil late irhen the liva ngala tegan to flow down the Kona side. Dnrlnf in eruption In, May, 191G, a cloud of and imoke WBI sent, into the Air when the peak bunt Into eruption. Mmuua. Ijoa'a crater It feet tcroii. raosl serious lo occur since the op-allies landed-fn'-Siherla. The men wire detachment of Cdssacia. who claimed the Americans were not provided, with identification papers. Acted Undtr WASHINGTON Sept. Major- Gen. Gravej, commanding tfaa Amer- tcan Torces In Siberia, la understood to have acted upon official Inslntct- from'the In de- an apology, Iroin Cos-, s the noEffing ol oln.lhe Liberal forces as at present United States soldiers and an iuves- conslituled, and aro to cup-j tigalion of Japanese .interference be- lort any independent, mdyeme'ni. The i J. C, raembers are apparently a unit !n favor ot Unionism: I Thai an element o[ Liberal and Conservative-Unionists will oppose tbe scheme is certain. Whether It ill le rargfl "enouEb. lo ..block the plana ot Sir "Robert Borden remains !o be seen. A deputation ol Moo- real ConserrallvR polHiclsns T.era n- over thb vcelr-end and the prime minister- They were ultra lilgh protect Ionia U and ownership adrocatea and ihey represented to Sir Robert their views on both subjects.' Among (hoae In the party were Lord Alhlostan. They did not get any encouragement from.Sir Robert, wbo Veen for, a continuation of the Unionist party, ho is determined lo have the Grand Trunk made" a part ol Iho government system: Uie American and Cossack rorceg. Geu. Orates'has reported the inci- dent in detail and army officials said today Ihe situation, was the most ser- ious which has occurred since the American Torcca went Into Sibcria. PAI11S, Sept. Cle- racnceau Rovernment was sus- tained on_a question of contl- -dence in the chamber today. The premier's demand Tor pcweoient of discussion of the mot'.on of Deputy Andre I.e- fevre lostrucllug' the gofern- menL lo seek the adding of a rider lo Ihe Versailles treaty for Ihe further disarmament ot Germany was agreed lo by a Tote'of 263 to JSS. BLUE RIBBON TE4 When friends drop in the housewife is never at a loss if she is able to offer them a steaming, hot jcup of delicious Blue Ribbon Tea, y sure to be appreciated. EiUblished ISM. R. J. DrNNTNC, Mincer. D. R. MacKAY, Maufer. M. A. K1LFATRICK, Mailer. Sept. ac- lion in the dispute between between the printers and the employers came today when Ihe threat lo close 'he rooms ol commercial printing iouse3 representing 75 per cent- ot Ihe Irade here, was Toted at an execu- tive meeting of Ihc Printers' section of Ihc Associfllion BT Employ- ing Printers. The closing was votes "irreBpectii-o ol-any anij all develop ments." More lhan nressmen arc said lo be aflecled. S. CORDON, VAXCOUVEIJ, Sept. w.J. Dowser, former ot Dritisli nas nnanimoualy leader .ol the Conservative party of this province at the conclusion tonfcht o[ Ihe first provincial party conven- tion hold s'nce 1314. Five hundred delegates were present from all pans ot Ihc province. A tealure of Ihc con- vention wai the number of woincn delegates who attended. The platform adopted by Ihe party AK far ,HS il national alms, Includes tackling the problem of Ihe hlsh cost of living. To Ihls enil Ihe erection of govern- reenlpre-coollne plants and relrlger- alors at various points and their con- trol by Ihe government voilld sffec- lually deal irilh thin rjujsllon. An aggrrfialve policy of liomlgratlon from Ihc llrltlsh Islts with Ihe encourage- ment of Brillnh farmers In 'witling upon Ihc lands of Ifils province advocated, as well as the promotion ol beller understanding between capital 'and labor and Ihe securing of. beller financial (crms telwopn the province and the Dominion. WET IN MANITOBA Sept. wcalbCr continucil (o delay" Ihreshing at many Manitoba points during Ihc week end InK ScpL 24, according .lo reports re- ceived by Ihc Canadian National Hall- n-ay iere. few placea have completed Uhreihlnjr.; Fall ploughing fi In progress In most dlstrldU. A numlicr of dlstrlcls report grain sprouting In tho iloOkj. _ Cbas. Crier Jon, of Wolseley Bar was drowned at Porl NotABfemi miTS ihe prrfecl xe of her cam' Ptrmintnl and Itropofiry skin trouble lit elftctivtly RtJuctl un. nl color ind corncu rmyilins. Highly'inlinplie, d wiib beneHdi t fa I hi; Oriental Cream RED SEAL Bin A-PATS We Watched The Fur SIX months ago we began to prepare for, the coming Fall and Winter We watched ihe Fur market rjersistently, mak- ing tactful purchases 'at advantageous prices. Trie result is a most remarkable accumula- tion of higK grade Furs, which we find il possible lo offer at surprisingly, lojv prices, because we bought them at great price concessions. Authoritalivte, advance styles are offered in Fur Coals. Muffs and Neck-pieces. You .arc respectfully invited to see this display. The Simpson Co. Limited ;