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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta CJt, TWK LETHBHIOOe HHW.LD MONDAY, DKCKMBEH 1. 1019 FORMER LOCAL la nwlWiili. Ml ITOUaA net] Mr. Is ml DOW tkit ihul been decided Dot lo threw to gcoeral dlscussloi. Iho mMtluc -Mr. Ifdm the o( dTMns be' hvl vbeieby Imleadri to U build i labor tern- fit at TVi "HtdQ't (hey "He BMat ta wrtd th. So- m ud the Ubor cSurch im trnt u4 the cut it this SiU tie wltnuc. irts Mr. Ant. ipolt I I OC NODlTMl. W14 lie fcr tor.-Dr. BilMi Btaul t, tM. -M _ Irnu on hit ud' tbM hr apprcWd tie m the wrton. lU ir iBKlul ul MSI. ULvr 3fr. TBbrrt had Utrtsned. said ITBS His MJi Ur. wort br In The au- I. stld tht wit COL. K. D. LAFFERTV.'SUPT. Of ARSENALS, IS DEAD QUEBEC, finlh oc- curred here ittddealy on Saturdey af- ternoon cl Col- r. D. superip- of Dominion [htouca. oat Col. Ltffsrl) (tteoded ol tte Xlsto Club, ot which he wu oriantur lad ]ui[ entered the olce oi UAjor Ltbb. ftCCOiUBAnltd by Col. Cliri. a mllllirf doctor, when com- pUlned of (eellug tU aod aita? shcrtlr aherwari. He WKE bora'at Pembroke. Ont., on ltd mid the I MM, VU SO L! tlilt vbtch the lilt 1'tcr chtrci iiteaded. A puapklcl it tilt mwt- i( VM by Mr. is cTldnn. rwd hymn con- utatd la Ike to the Jury. It called the to arml. Hr. CissldT tarcutlcaU; hijM my Itirned '.rlrmt will aoir read, "Omrard. ChrUtiin Soldier." to dlemtloc and lie noticed ArmtttoV u4 Sara Blnmen- IV for the ftraL that both awo> rhflr mu Upry iparr'nr-. told the lii'ng a and counsel- on It at !3. md _ from the MllrUrr College Ktante3. took up larre'lng (or (iej. flary oratory md Socialist Toei-ats Jtfr. th, hu jus! relumed RuM Out Cllpplnf Mr. Andrews thereupon produced copy ol chutrti version ot the hjom and hindeJ It to the coun- for I he delenie. Foilotlni t thl was the ntrt ipMler, either under Influence oC liqoor I between Lho Mr. Reams re- mMtlpt which be at- Mr. RAYMOND IMS (Coatlawi from Front ul tha two school boArtU were filled by acclamation u folluwa: andla I Tte fra" tbff irtlcefa Olymyuc ooaposod almost Ovorge U the irltnesB, spoin on nartbaaU- Bam ar.d acd an of the crywd H very mndi ilUappolatta, bocinM fo iprafc In bis man- or tilt of 'u a churcfc In Chlcaco wacra a yoiuxK niaa had toW him that be wu a con of God, tmt that (Mooro) did no: vltb. him. Mr. Moore Mid, to that he tioaefet wtt all swcc This apaKkar !eft Lte plat- Term oJhd Mr, TTV.H concladed aMtLa.i wUh 3 rev tvcasUc remark5 about thfl thmrro aaoafera rifustac to alkTV to BM their ihMtTM (or Ihe ot Ubor church. In vlve hU father, Dr. J. D. Lafie-rly, of Albertt, and clJiipinr Ir-m a broihtrs. Guv. rj-nager o( thp Hank Ceorso He wu reprlmai ol Moaireal at Hosslsnd. B.C.; just'co iJKcslte who f TTOO hu jus! relurnGd from orerscas. grc-a Mr. Cnssldy, j rrts, J.'-A. Glovor Bed 15 law at Caignry, yoTJ lo nrgue Talerson, John Evi Herbert.-who served overseas M TOU kL01T lhlB lo te." pan, P. Hosey. and l! now BtatloaM nt Kingston, Mf your iionor. CARD The amid Qul altcnoed mectlnc of labor church "The alteufieA a labor iimli serrice ID UK Labor on rib, 13. Her. Wllllim was en the flatfortn, aJong with Howard 'Ares.. IC.C., chaimun flie People's ftTtOT, Xonlreil. Vr. before ccariirnclnc the gaTe a and read corre- that had jttsned between naelr, tbe cblaf police, and ttc sjor. the recent rioting. lie mayor and the had. acoord- f io Mr. Jrens, adrlnd him Eot to In thu labor church soldiers bM1. thmateiwd i raid UK luildlnc, it either Sam iveubtril or Armstrong we ellawiBl to ijcat. Tee cblei'-hajl cdrised '.Mr. cwrdliE to ine witness, that ha tail not tArow" the open i tenenl At the close Jir. ITCDE said aa liad the on ilirch Mr. lapse of the gold slandard and human Ubor M a standard of room waj packed. AL thla meet- Inj Mr. iTens, mrnde a. according Co Uio prayer tn wfttch P. HcKlcol, Fred Tbow- 1U. E. J. MuMoon. Fibltc School L. KawcoLt and H. Llllle. J. Burfce and J. RyAo. TABER In The Heraldt TABER, Deo. present ap- pearances will have a contest for school tru i tees and The aomtnaUoai made today were u follows: School Board (two Minnie McCall, E. B, Tainter 5. J. Layton, Varro, Frtd Chrlslenseu. Councillors tfour H. T. A. Sundal, McJtob J. A- Glover. JHS. Head, Alex. J. J. Hourl- lor diTloo help sad snidtcce In the revolution that he ntd appeared be Inevitable. The wltnesi attended a meeting of ie latter church held iu the Columbia hutra'on March 9. This meeting, said Mr.'-. Reams, waG'r.urriy religious the first to be so conducted to his Oat. Dr. A. M. Liflerly of Lethbridge au oi the decease.d. tiaarch. attended by ttc witness, on 14. Mr. Ireni addressed hla au31- encs en iha "aljnlflcance of the One 31s Union." AHicka A. F. of L. Mr. wid tho wltnces, repra- the Amerlcua -Fclcntloa of Labor QE bela; a tool oE the caplUl- liti. II bis bearers remilced tttiliai- with It Ihs7 vronld not get ar.y- oC the O. B. U- beciuaa If tha o.rf-U. accomplished Its purpoio It vtould mean the cVerthrow of the mean work for pro- duction for the benefit of the work- IE know you can subjeot me to Ibis Court adjourned at 12.31) and will I mod again at MEANS BUSINESS WASHINGTON', Dec. "The state departcjent means this declared lUpresenlatfTe Porter, chair- mun of the foreign cownjittee, today after an hour's coDferenco with Secre tary Lacs in on the Mexican jiluation." tptied that me-etinE open ft er try oca -that be did not caro rbvUier the aien named were there T met and also elated that the mayor iri the boUdizv iaspcctor hj4 writ- pa'Mm concfcrning the overcrowd ia'which the meetiegs rmn htld, eald the witneai. Mr. MJBB coatiimwl that IT tlta he bid Loid the mrvr that if bVdil ooi withdnw llio had baiidlnn DTCT ,tih matter, (Mr had.. him ant I hin up m Qte press. Ill to the thai bad.toM tlMt he !tha at 'ha he- bad replied Lhi ers, iastead ot T !ie capllallsl5. Mr. iTons, according to Iho .speakiag of wheat as an e meotloned elevators, railways, nills, and tru audlenca disappointed-- Tba witness also gave evidence 0 a. meeting held tn the aamo theatro -6, 1919. Rev. William Iveng 1 as the principal speater, and had as .is subject, "Can labor .co-operate T Before commencing to deal with lie 'subject, the witoesf Mr. Tens remarked -that. militarj- au- horltles 'and 'tis were watchlnfi hia closely and had re [erred corls for tho profit of The capltallstE, said where It T groana into him aai a i-man. Mr. TCBS said: "I aih a''uhen there la being done as there Is .odajV' Rev." Mr.'Ivens addressed a timllar held -April 13. 1919, on "Re conElrncUon and the reconslrnction- IsU." Favorad O.B.U. HLa Addresa was contined to ad- Terse cxfllclEms or the Union gov- ernment'i plan and blt- Ur sAtact? em a S. R. Partons. In tha 'course of hJs ipeech, Ircna stated, the witnns, that there was no choice of corapelHion iritli capitalists! houses for the Hour, and 'the houses 111 which you poor snck- live." The capitalists, said 51r. Irons, ac- cording to Ih'e witness, ownwl tlio bants and street railway, toe cables. tho police-, lh-2 militiiu and the Judi- ciary. They'appointed Judjca to ad- minister the law favorably to them No Affect on Jucfge Mr. Csssldy. objected lo the men UOQ of "Judiciary" in the evldenca. 31r. Justice Mclcalfe: ycu my no eHecl on continued by reporting Mr [vens ns saying that when a case went against tUey carried I Lmcrr vfrelhfr he iras or' Mr. Irezu declared himself In faror Bate the Wr. of-tha One Big Union ud political ______ .iction, said U wu announced, It JU itiU auotber meeLihg of tha lato: from court to court workman was defeated. Mr, ITSUS was' report od as sayiDS the capitalists knew thci system :waa tottering to a (all am that they vreia aU.alLeioptlng to. con cliiate His workmen. Quoting from bi notes, tie wilness said: "We. do not. want Lo co-operate. .TV Intend to tata And thai au en tire force. system must" earns lut "Ivens (hen referred to conecientlan objectors and to the psrsscutEon c the workers. Revolation is cornlb belora most peopla Iven RECORDS for DEC EMBER OUT TO-DAY PVDtT mmt totw wSl fad promise of 'mmat m ttaibt bekw aid fulfilment year cboke m to troid tnmamdnaiL FOR EUIELABtL RECORDS Tffl (Vjolm) BvMaZan {fterhMc) 97304 (Soprm) Ovck U6K line kit tbcSMM, SuMMdbt Hcv them at any "HU Mifter'i Voice" dealers WE SELL VICTOR RECORDS The Willis Piano Co. Tt7 THIHO AV.CNUI CARD3TON (SoocUt to The Herald) CAHD3TOX, Dec. will hiTe no contest this year as the fol- ving go in by acclamation: Mayor E. Pitcher, lourlh term. Councillors Mark. Spencer, J. Wal- ler Low. Jos. S. Low. School board: C. W. Butt, Mre. C. E. Snow, H. B. Brown> replacing J. E. Harris, removed. Hospital board member from Cards- ton, Dr. Scotl B. Droivii. SASKATOON SASKATOON, Dec. 7. R. McMillan and es-Mayor A. M. Young were nominated ag candidates for mayor of Saskatoon today. Alderman- ic contests arc to late place lu only two wards, three retiring of. !ho present council belne re-olecled by icclamsllun. In ward two, Frank L. Corclah and Walter A. Wwd are can- aud five A, E. Neill and Aldcrninu A. F, Dlctson. There a more Interest in the school board elections, due to several live bcues a school niottcrs. For the colltglate- board. J. F. Calms (for J. L. Nlchbl and J. M. Johnalon. For public school "board: Mrs. K. H. Drumuiood (fir re-election-, Dr. F. K. 3wittcr, Dr.'R. J. MacUonaltl, B. Doyle, John 'Calrnj. For separate school boutl: Wllllaui J. Burns, W. J. Tracey, J. V. Brady. M. C. Geary. J. J. WcGrath and F. J. Cronyn. CALGARY CAIXJARV, Dec. namuia- itons held today resulted iu the re- election of Arthur.O. Graves at city commissioner and (he naming ol 27 candidates for 14 vacancies, for mayor, city council, public school board and separate school board. No "dark horses" were unblatikelei] nnd all announced candidates filed the required papers. lert C. Marshall, mayor, was nominated for re-electioii, wblle Al- derman I. G. Ruttle was nominated as tho second mayoralty candidate. I Tho following to the city council were made: Aid. S. S. jAdams, J. J. Atherton, Aid. Uroach, II. G. Dcakman. Aid. Frank Freare, Aid. -Mrs. Annie Gale, J, R. Harrliv Jacica G. Rae, Frederick U Snoui- dice, Geoffrey Sylvester, Sinlt- ton, Charles' Stevenson, Thomas Vlck- ers aud George Candidates for the public school board, vrcro named as follows: A. Scott Dawsou, fi. B. Gales, Mrs. An- nio S. Potts, Harry ryde. Alexander and Kreder- ck 3. Selvruod. school board noniintee aio- a follows: John Burnt, T. W. EaVer. J 'alrtck ami D. Venial. PRINCE ALEZftT PJMXCE ALDKRT, Dec. Sam was tleclcd major by ac- clumatton today. There are nine I (or four aldermftalc EDMOXTOK, Dec. Tweuty-two i LDdldatea nominated to fill canvies oil civ cauucll ajtd public frclttvol board, The (EgGi the mayoralty ia M- ;weeti tho lucutiibenl. Joseph Clark'j and Alderman Kftjile. i HOOfiE JAW DftC. 1 Mayor Daw- -who resUjoed from' office the' water question In AujcuM, wJU stand for re-elcctta, opposed by Alderman Hodge, bis deputy. Tho party will be strongly i rcprcEentel, A candidate In F each or (lie five warde, n-hllc fire id- dttlonnl labor ruonlnE for public Ecliool and collegiate trni- tcea. PROMINENT BRITISHERS DEAD (C. A. 1 Prominent people dead over vreet- end ara: Col. Sir Ilenrj- McCallum, tnjiaeert, formerly gorornor ol Coylon; Dr. John C. Leeks, Inte suffrigean. blihop oC Woolwich; Gadd, a aoted Manchester cugincer; Mrs. Nancy Dixou. as the SilTerdaJe Coti- tonnarlan, who died at Ihe ago ot 102; Oscar Gad bourne, ol Copenhagen, and Sundcrland, shipbuilder; Col. William Christie, S5, late of Ihe Roval EngEn' eers, On the cigar' the grocery or confectionery or drug the hotel lobby or the fair and on the you can buy something to eat or something to smoke or something for your sweet-tooth, you'll find these "Really Delightful" confections displayed in the big yellow and gold box. There is something mighty, much worth-while in a confection so tremen- dously popular. f In Chiclets it is a zestful peppermint flavor and a good digestion and good teeth and relaxed nerves and a general, all-round satisfaction with the world. Sold jor 5c. -an Adams product, particularly prepared ickts V Omadiaa Chewing Gum Limited, Toronto, Winnipeg, Vancouver. ;