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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE mum THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1913 Ottawa Merchants Who Criticized Board of Commerce Apologize OTTAWA, board. o[ dropped i bumb Into oC Uie'rctJiU merchant QUivi this morning when ice "read "a statement rsll- iftf to tho fact lhat cer- tain JnttrriowB riven to by reuilmea following the Demonstration! Mrs. ForsUr will be -it out storo for the neat four FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MON- DAY AND TUESDAY, to f the pupils of .our. schools, and, in being mothers, to every I believe in sane and not revplutionarj- legislation, as to our schools, with the. mpiive behind of doing the utmost for the mental and physical benefit of every with a due consideration at the same time for the ratepayers. In asking for your confidence in the way of support at the polls on IVJonday, December 8th, I have the as- ..surance that I shall in no, way betray it, and will make it my endeavor to see. that the schools are run in the best interests of the pupils and the public, in whose interests the interest of the school children are. For' the rest, my public utteiinces show where I and in the appeal to you I trust -I may rely on your support and co-operation when the time comes for recording your votes. GRACE SEARS SPOONER I m- Auction Sale Specials! COMMENCING AT AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS WADDNGTON WILL KLL BY AUCTION fcandMfne gold brooches; .15 jnJr.'. gent's culf Hate; 20 Lie JoUTjari Iidler' 6 pairs of hand- chains; tboul 4 dozen 'rings; la irhlches 3 I fa! chevts of flUTcnrtrc; 6 elects (mui- of f'ue And rJifnl ware; fooQtafn yens, fbOMVFftpfa fa price; i dUM la W. CAW, a real FOUR MAO- MAjHONr RINO% loop ud PHONM tM said Mr. Andrews, also passed To Be More Gold in Single Claim Than Evtr Yukon Produced FRANK WAOOWQTON tho labor convention In Calgary in March. Andrews argued Ibc connection of these two meetings on Ihe ground (bat uzder Ihe auspices of Socialist party ot Canada, carried on propaganda o( the same character. Mr. Gassidy objrclcd to Ibe miners' convention being dealt with In evi- dence. It was not mentioned In the indictment, lie 1L was not held its the result of the endeavors of tbe accused H us sell or any ot the other accused; it took place annually and It bad not been shown that Ibe accus- ed was pven present. The only con- nection that bad been shown In any way was tbat Joe Knight was there, and be was uot an accused, nor was be associated with Russsirirr any other way tbat by letters which have between them and which have been read to the court. These tellers, he sald.-had no significance. pcd by the Tho convention of the United1 Mine Workers of America, said Mr. Cassidy, WES merely a convention of. Iho local miners ot Crow's NesL Pass, ife re- read from on9 of letters. In which Russell said: "I bad .a visit from D. Eeese, vice-uresident of Ibe congress, and us tells me I hat Drllish Columbia is solid lor Iho thing and so is .Manitoba and'Saskatchewan." "The thine." said Mr. Cassldy, "meant the Calgary convention." Whit )f a ;ln tho letter-Mr. Russell spoke of Reds. It might be perfectly true, said Mr. Cassidy, lhat the accused called himself a thai term mean. It had long been tb'c custom for organizations lo distinguish I themselves by some such tide, IAt the labor convention at Calgary, said Mr. Cassldy, Mr. Lawsori was not a delegate. He later, upon InEorina- air. PUblado, said that' he jzmderslood that be bad a seal, but could not Tote. MetcalCe reminded the they must pay no allenllou .lo statements by counsel. Such state- ments, he said, were not evidence and they-must go iu one ear and out Uie other.' Jury to Decide It" was for Ihe Jury to decide tbe fieanJDS of the term Red and tbe In 11 us sell's letter, said llie judge- Mr. Justice MetcaUo that be had no recollection [or a great .number of years-r-so lar as Understanding rise in" Canada, of tbe word Red aa in- Ifcaled liy Sir. Cassidy, iriih the cx- leptioo.'of Quebec. To bis mind; said lia lordship, it had acquired a. siKniM- cance during the past 10, years, but that was up lo the Jury. The'accused, in-bts correspondence, saJd-LnV Judge, seemed always to be niloua lo be something. There ipparenlly was a fled division In labor and-from, whal could he learned from svide'nce tbia section was celling Hie bi the other "knocking iclL.vonl of Air. Russell said, The word "thing" in nis letter, said he judge, mlgbt stand for the con- ten I Ion or for something that was go- to happen at it; whichever it was, It waa not for Mr. Andrews.'or Mr. Cassldy_lq decide for the jury, Pack It With Reds and Start Some- thing JFc tficn read llie end of tbe letter where "Mr. Russell, referring to Lie Calgary convent ion, said lhat they could "pack It with Beds and start something." The same remark, he said, applied to fiio fn tbla 'nntance. The next witness called was Wil- liam II. Graham, chief warden Stoney Mountain penltcnllary. He Mated thai ne had received the eight strike leaders aa prisoners on June [7 and bad searched them. Papers taken from It, E. Braye were filed as evidence. Mr, Bird cross examined Mr. Graham 'or Ihe defense. In answer lo ques- tions Dig witness said It was not cus- tomary to recede men In the peniten- tiary previous to conviction. He had admitted on Ihe strength of letters from Senator .G. D, floberlson and uV. J. Andrews, K.C., and warrants from, the Immigration authorities which appolnled the penitentiary as the place for Ihelr detention, Mr. Bird, Baying Ihe defeosc would at (cm pi to show that ihcsa men wore nol arrested on any criminal charge, but (or the purpose uf breaking tfic strike, asked that the witness be stood aside lo produce thcsV, and war- ranlfl. Sir, Andrews objected, con- lending that the lelle'rs were not con cerned with the trial; Qlr. Justice Mctcalfe told dctcnso counsel tbat it would be ncceaaary lor blm to subpcona Mr. Graham nq a wit- ness for tho defence and Mr. Bird Intimated that jdggcadon would be carried oat. Sergl. recalled lo crldenco regarding the raedlng In J6r called by Ihe Trades and Labor Council, under (he auspices of the Socialist party of Canada, Legal argument as to tho admfusi- bility of the eyidence prevcnled the cxatnlnallon ol the h6for4 the adjournment of al'12.40. YAXCOUVEH. Doe. mont made la Lhc Liverpool Post that Is whispered ona reisoa for (be chancellor ot tbo eicheQUcr's present optimism Js a vast discovery of gold on tho British sldo of Ihe possibly refers to Iho discovery made by Donald MacKinnon, of Vancouver, In tha early spring of 1900. This Is, at least, tho claim ot Mr. MacKinnon, who. Iu a statement claims that, the field 15 onn o( the richest iu Iho worM and, la bis oira "on-3 of the claims alone would produce aa much gold as ever caiuc out ot tha vrhole of the Yukon." i Mr. MacKinnon slates that last summer1 u well known mlnins engin- eer visited, tbo claims and reported favorably upon the prospects and that word of taln sermp iron and melal washers wncn opened In Hong according (o cable advices received by the bank and steamship company today. Tho bank, acting as agent for.a New York firm, packed tTvu boiep, each containing in gold'and the correctness of tbe shipment was certified to -by three trusted employ- ees. Both boies were put inlo tho strong room of. the steamship, nut" only one of iherh nrrircd al its (Ion wilh gold Ju U. ORiclals.ot the" bank said tbcy te- lieved the substitution of scrap iron for the gold was eilher made on board Lho steamship or aflcr it reached Hong Kong. BOSTON7, Mass., Dec, world's record for deep sea diving Ja claimed Johu F. Turner, of Philadelphia, I who saiil be attained yesterday a depth of 3GO feet off Graves Llgbt In an armored suit, tha Invention-of a local mechanic. Turner announced tbat tbe suit meL all tests satisfac- torily nud tbat he would use it in an attempt to recover gold bullion from tho British steamer La u.'CD Lie which was torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine off the Irish coast. The eutt was described aa made of brass and weighing 400 pounds. Tur- ner reporled complete freedom of movement at 260 fee! and. claimed lo bo iiaawsra of a pressure, said at thct deptb to bo lift pounds to the square Inch. MILL ROOF COLLAPSES ONE KILLED, ONE INJURED MOXCTON', N. Doc. Irfgcrs was fastaatly cruaaecl to death, and another marir Arthur Lcblanc, was seriously Injured at Humphrey mill about 5 o'clock nlglH as the re- sult of the collapse of the roof of a newly, constructed building on which Ihej; were working. Tho' men were engaged on the construction of. a boarding house when tha accident oc- curred. CARBON! I Rid system of Waste and Poisons I with "Cascarels." Llhc carton clogg and chores a mot- or, so the excesa Ijf.'o In liver, and (he consllpaled In Ihe bowels, pro- duco bralng, licarlacho, sour acid elomach, fucllgcstlon, sail aw fi sleepless ami bad colds. Ixit harmless "Caacarcta1! rid Lhc system of the toxins, gases, and polsona -whfcJi aro keeping upseL Tako Cascarcta and enjoy the nic- est, gonlJest laTatlvo-cafharilc yon ever Cascarets never gripe, sicken or cause Inconvenience. Thty Tvork while you sleep, A hoi ot CaBcnrota cosla eo HLUo Advorl. PRICES TALK HERE Wo prlco our goods lower lhan Lhfe large rloprtTlmcnL store and mall order houses. F. A, ROGERS MS 13th Street North Blue to Door The Gift To All Mankind grown-ups are glaj It only conies once a year. Tha children arc sorry It doesn't come olteu. If the child- ren aro right; what It ihelr sense ot happiness 13 greater than ours. Ijet ui change our He tftt to many Email nn'J send LJaoa'far nnd. wlda that many may with Ihe fow. Ring out your Xmas to all you can and you'll feel better for. it. We have useful gifts here for men, women and children. Pleasing Gift Things Among the Silk Underw'r Satins, Crepes, Georgettes and Hab- utai Camisoles, Gowns, Chemise, Bloomers, Pyjamas and Petticoats. A leaSinG manufacturer's complete line ot samples, martcd lo sell at a generous disccunt. Camisoles ri 51.75 up to SOk or Satin Night Gowns up to Chemise and Combinations to Bloomers idling at selling at and Pyjamas, silk or satin, to Madeira GIFT LINENS QeautUul hand cnibroiilered linens, dalot- iest and most acceptable gUL Uiines that are, easily- mailed. Asy price you wlsli lo pay. 6-Inch Hind Made Doylkl, each.... 40c and We ID-inch Hand Maile Doylief, each.. 70c to 11.00 Round Cenlrci, each K.75 and V-W 54-Inch Found Tsbte Coven.., up to t19jOO 27-Inch, tray Clrth, each ........ISjOO-and 45-Inch each......13.00, MOO and 62-inch.Runneri, each "1> M.W Wrch Toilet Cuthlcn Covert iiid 1JJK) 14-Inch Toilet Covers, W..OO up to Pillow ready for filling, KJOO All nbovB direct "from''" Madeira to ni. Every' pjeca guaranteed hand mado. The Most Attractive Gift Hanlri Hankies put up in every desirable way in fancy individual boxes, envelopes attached lo Xmas Cards, or put up in the tegular slock styles. We are showing a complete line of Pure Linen for Ladies and Gentlemen, embroidered or plain hemstitch. Also a full line' of initials. Fancy Boxes contain two swell hand- kerchieft, per box 30c, 50c, 75c, and eacb. Handkerchiefs on cards enclosed in envelope for mailing. Each, .50c, 7Sc, and Gent't Pore Linen Handkerchiefs, 5Qc, 60c, and 75c. Ladies' Pore Linen 40c, 50c and 75c, Boxed Handkerchief, each ZSctoSOc. and Furs are on Sale at a big discount on Regular Prices Prices are cut right down to the limit for smarl Selling. You may select any gar- ment, and by making a small deposit we will hold it for you until Xmas week. Regular Ladies' Silvertone Coats now Regular Ladies' Finest Cloth Coats now seDin? Regular Ladies' Plush or Cloth Coats now selling at........... Regular Ladies' Plash or Cloth Coats for trimmed Regular Ladies' Kersey and Veloor Coats, setting at....... Slashing Reductions On Air Fine Fur Collars and Muffs Hudson Seal, Sable, Fitch, Racoon, Mink, Oppossum, For Sets now letting as low as Fur Sets now telling as low as........................... For Sets now seDing as low Fur Seb now setting as low a. For now seflingM low as........................ Hudson Seal Muffs at..................... and Sable Muffs reduced to............ and ;