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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, 2, 1910 TIIK DAILY IIF.PAI.H PAGE y v Of This Acres is HudsOB dMlared "the seed ol reroluilon h Bar Lwd-WUl Be Bit- lh, 9rjncip., For 'PS regarding labor Uld down In tho _________ covenant, of Ihe league of the "olfm us the way OTTAWA, Deo. Industrial peace wraelllailon, hcrei ol UUOMQ Day reserve land Jy- No ulher road open to use. In (be three prairie provinces ernmenU mult Iho rlfht of which come Into tho hands of men to collectively for human tao Dominion government aro belrfp objecli. must no longer be turned orer to the soldier telllemenL ej a com mod Mr. fcoard lor Mlllemeril by relumed aold-. Thl lo strive len. rjjht of Individuals lo slrilie Is luda'vere Inspected during continued meaaage, Iho pijl summer All ot Ihem are .of. onEht not to be Interfered wllh rood valw for Umfue purposes and by any procegs Of government, but d Is o( especially therft a predominant rlehl and that lood -fa the of government lo pro- In addition lo the Hudson Bay all ot 1U people lo tuaerl Its pow- tha EaBtvtev ranch near Car- er and majcrty acalnsi the challenge bon, Alberta, comprising about of acres of high cliss agricultural land. The president wai referring to the has boon secured by the government recent and -he disposed ol lo soldier eel- I ho" coil strike. tiers by tho board. anil linde nave been claimed The tltti a pointed i UlSiJosod ot early next reference to ndlceJlim and Rail doc- Bpririg. They will, be divided for the Wnes fcnd nfemd lo "Kussla today of dUlrlbuUon Into two wilh Jla feloo4 and, as a "pain- specially.- 'fur object Iwon of the power of in In which" will be cold al reasonable prlcep'under settlement conditions; "There are thote In this counlry' Bccodilr leSs 'valuable, but sLIH Baltl threaten agrlcuUiire, which will be ecL to forca-lhelr will upon a ie difference ior capital or Riiuatlers will bo recognized con- p'ruilego win "ever bTperniUbed to nccllon with Iheae lands. Ulsposed of to eoldlers under sollier majority. makea HUle Krant.- i what minority It Is: whelha NV prior Including those of labor; or any other "class; -quatters will bo recognized con- will ever be ne icctlon lands. domlnalc this country." Tho, system of ballolbg, which', proceadea, the message Je ji-orkert the case >vero IJic only ones which of certain Indian lands aort Ihe Porcu- anj reform couid be oblalned be "Those who would propose any othe melhod-pIirefoyTii-BTp eriemlcs of thfs Ihe measase satd. I "Let Ihosa bev.-oro who lake HIV I shorter road of disorder and rerolu tlon." Be Careful of Taxes "Simplification of income and Jits laies lias j become an 1mmedial 'Ihe prasldent" conllnued taic-H.performed Indlspensabl would ,Abrogale time-to3ted Insll- ecrvtce .during the war. They must luilona." ihoweveri be not ooly ti SoveraJ recommendations, some Ihu Laipayer Inconrenienco am newftla of previous onca, were made eipenso, but in ordor thai hia llablllL Ijy the ttff'sTdcnt' to bring down (he may uo made certain and Jeflnito. cost of Among them were ei-i "Tho congress well confide tension of Ihe food control law to whether "Ihe Higher' rates of Incom regu- and profits taits can In peaco time b for transportation ol fooda in effectively productive of revenue and InLer-slato" cbmmercb; a latr retjulrlng whether they mny not, on the con- Page.V 'Ihe prasldent" Laxes'ilertorDied In the otb.i-r bolicv- rs In tariff for rtvtnuc only- must suburOinalod to Hit; slnfiK- consiJ- ratioii uf the public in the ght of utterly coaJiiiyns. This change, look plavc in He (Coniinuctl from Kroui i'age) Mr. Cassidy, dcfense counsel, ub- ecletl and (lie argument was held ver to the after no an eoasiDD. Arpue AdmlBsibility ol Evldencfc Dec. courl onrencd this morning in (bo trial f II. 11. Kus-.ell, slrike charged with Bfuitious conspiracy and coin- Jug common nuioiince, ihe Jurj hiimedlalely ordered to reliru vlillc counsel argued ihc admissibilJiy f evidence regarding the nets and aying ol allegcil co conspirators other han the eight Hcgusecl Blrike leaders. Jfscusiion on this point was still pro ceding ai ll The particular evidence in question vaa ILal pertaining 10 Individuals nol defense objected to JL on the ground that it was nol relevant. During the morning Ihe work of gelling out ;i fresh Jury imnel was iroceoded term u: tho pres- enl jyry expiring Thursday wiili the exception of those who arc silting on cases. The now jury is pupecietl lo complete the Legal arguffient as to Western Labor News. the wll- f.t'A Mr, Perry, bt-r, man John QuteO, ouo of the accused strike leaders, was ajiitoliiled builucss manager. TUc witness was asked 'I a man named Simpson was eonnc-eted wild the paper, lie answered iliat he rc- laembered lUo name, but could not state the capacity in ivliitli the tut.n acted, lie thought, howtvcr, that Mr. duly was C'j po.-t ilie'circu- Ulion. Mr. Andrews asked ihe- IE there was a labor convvnUoD heid In Quebec in September, 101S. The wKnesa said (here and be bad attended as a delegate along wllh Ihe accused, llussell, and Mr, Jobns Iloblusou was a dele- galo, he said. Another Argument Mr. Andrews Perry if any- thing occurred at Iho conference in Quebec white Russell yud Johns were In attendance, in conneciion wllh rilliLcal matter. Mr. CasaJdy, defense counsel, ob- jected to in is question Ho said that anything taking placti at nucb a labor conference wae barred froin evidence said, was exempt from charges of I kind and far as iho unions were concerned, present were nol liable for sedition lor enythlna la-c.'ag jtiace flt such a meeting. JIa WBS prepared to argue mat- ter fully and court vrad a'jjourned at p.m. until this afternoon, when tin nrguincnt will be continued. eitow tha foods aru tept. In storage and a law iu aelllne and prevent uhconsclenihlo nroflts" by federal license ot- corporations food fn inter-stile; 1 Labor A long portion of the rnessagn vaa devoted to a condit- ion and-.rlffhta.'pC labor; proffram (6 an Improve- ment in the.ppndHlons of aud "bring abont a fenulrte. democratiza- tion ot Industry" ,Tsa_G recommended. "The only iray to Keep men from rgainat, grievances la lo re- of time Irarj.'be deetrucllra of business activ- inovo i the d the presl- dcnL's -At- another poiql it ity and product ITS of waste and Ineffi- ciency. -Thera Is point at which, in time, high rates of Income and prodls taiea energy, re- move tha tncenllWto; new'' enLcr- oneouraifB eitravagancc and produce mduatrlal itafoallon with >nii otlier -llenaint evlfi. proolem Ij nol an easy one. A fundamental change baa taken place wllh regard 'to position of America Ja.lfrfl jtortd'i The prejudice and pnsslons engendered by decades of" conlroveray between two schools of political and economic the one, belleven In rrotecliou ot )IMty of evidence a mect- ng of the Trades and Ijitor Council al ihe Grand Theatre, Calgary, ary, uccupied nc-arly cniire session of Ibe cuurt I rial of H. B. Jlusacll. I Followiu.T two hours' argumeni. ilr.1 Justice Mu'calfe had tho Jury '.nd thp Irinl continued. Ha rc-eivcil hia tloCifiMi regardiiiK the oriiloncc and Blat-A. HGrRlng Wasted "fibre's (fie whole morning n-asteJ: it Is gone for nothing, and an) not going to allow morning alter morn- Ing to bo used lor arguing points of law." Sergt. Waugh was stood aside pend- ing Justice Mcicalfe's decision. "Voice'1 Not Strong Enough William Perry, a ctcrk In tho em- ploy of Gordon Ironsides ami Farci was called lo gire evidence. lie staled thai he" had belonged to a railway employees' organrzatlon and was n member "of ihe Trades and Labor Council from May, 191S, to De- cenjbor, J 31S. Tho Voice, h e f aid, was the official publication ol- Ihe council. There was a change In Uia way this paper was oifcraled on ac- count of dissatisfaction wllh' Trades and Labor Mr, perry though I thai the opinion of the Trades and Labor Council was that Ibc paper YTES too moderate and did not hotil any advanced thcorl Mr. Andrews: "Are thoy known bj ony oilier radical The Trades nnd Labor Council, sale the witness, formed a committee to tako control of the Voice and pfler discussion the owners an agree menl was arrived at whereby the Trades and Labor Council-' trie publication over completely. J new editor ana en advertising man agflf were appointed and the name of the pubHcp'.Ion v.'as chaDged lo tin ANEW lease o{ life! You face it with the experience of the days .gone by; with that much more opportunity oi makingr a better showing. Often, you've wished for your chance again, little realizing lhat_every morning brings new opportunities. SAFETY RAZOR The GilleWc Safely .the right ilart for eacli day. No Honing. It always ready {or business. It will have you ready for biuinesj with five or ten to to meet everyone on an equal or better footing, bright and 'confident, face immaculately clean. Soon you wiH be planning .Chridrnu gifo. Consider the GilleHe Stfety Razor. On sale at all ttores catering to the of men. For you CM'purchase for someone a Kfetirm't Comfort: CANADA MNOWN.THE WOHLO OVCH -The SUmkrd Set The BuTtoog Set The Aristocrat Set 1 The Kit Set The Pocket Edition Sets your Set! K'lward il LoaJon barber, years of_age, was asphyiiaiod In his OQDl. CLEANLINESS IS HEALTH By the use' of Gillett's Lye. house Is made a. pleasure instead of a drudgery. It softens the water and cleans thoroughly whether the dirt is visible or invisible. Destroys all bacteria and infectious germs, removes obstructions from drain pipes, closets, sinks, otc. Refrigerators are made delightfully fresh and clean by using one teaspoonful of Gillett's Lye dissolved in two gallons of water. "GILLETT'S LYE EATS DIRT" Made Jn Canada, Dec. hours after the opening cf parliament louay weie throngerl wiifi crowds Jn ocDionsiralinrm againsl Ihu liulshc- viki. Tbere were sliouts of: "Down with "Down the Bfan "ixmu and "Long live tbe Mnny CJH-. were started wilti orators, iwo Socialist deputies, Signers Muraro and PaolJal. lieiog 'roughly handleil. Uoth were rescued bv tUe PL-lice before they had bren seriously injured. A good impression was inada by the speech Crdm the throne, Iho valican being especially nlcnscd with the passage iliat "pc-it'B must bb Ihe same for the victors as ilie vanquish- erf." Duncan Brand or, a pioneer, dlod on his ranch near Fort Slcele. He wag -n uailve of Grgy couniy, Ont. o STRIKE OF SOUTH WALES MINERS LlKFLY LOSDOX, J. Tho South Vi'ales minera have VOLC.I by a majority (Q favor of a elrlke over the question of enforcing the ralilog of iho Inconipatent relief fund lo 350 poLinili annually. official figures on rbe balloilnj avail- able today show TOles irt favor of strlkirjE and He Wants Licorice Did you ever chew licorice root? 'Most everybody has. Well, try Adams Black Jack Gum, Here's licorice flavor par excellence. Regular, old-time, j And it's tied up with all the goodness of Adams Pure Chewing Gum. It aids digestion, relaxes the nerves, protects the teeth. And'it's great for the throat. Try Adams Black Jack when your tobacco isn't handy, or youVe smoked all you want, 5c buys the blue package in almost any store. -an Adams product, particularly prepared Canadian Chewing Cim Limited, Vancouver. ;