Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, DECEMBKIl 0, 1910 TltE I-ETHBRWOE DA1I.T PACK FlbTKKJI ItHLY SI UP Duing Everything Possible To Discredit in Tight Corner merit si Ihe lime of Ilily'a enlrance Into tho war aud who Is favorable to the conservatives. PEACEM (Continued from Front Page) III. Doe. hla, ji i II to bo I heir thlot purpose ID discredit parlluiifiDL and create all iho disorder jwsslble to prevent parlia- mentary Tbls tbreJt, U Is believed circles'opposed lo tlioi lary order will be adopted, the SUn- dirU outlines the probable uulltary lo be Uken. Tho newspaper says tbat tho tirlld-b. autl will occupy EBBOD, while the French and Americans will go to Frankfort Thinks Huns Will' Sign Itbc discussion o[ pyeuafatlons for tbc military eventuality, the Impression r all lUc couilltutloiial or t the peace conference la that (icraianv will sign tbo protocol. The view is taken thai lha German government, having'been waiting for an ultimatum before yielding, will ac- cept the slLiiatlon now that the ulti- matum butt been presented and, will I according lo the Irtranstgeunt, Is the j-e- lloo. Premier Mill-Is slill toiicful ln" Vd commanders, comprises occn of persuading lha Socialists lo co-oper-' PalID1 me with Ihc other parlies with ;i view to obtalnlujj peacefully a portion al least, of the .reforms expected by tho 1'olUlcaL attention Is centred on the chambeY of where II.is ex- Ruhr batla fort. The newspaper i artillery lias been going tiirasabure vealcrday, tbrough. Yrflll Close Dlscuulon The utmost secrecy being observed the the Etrlkc committee, practically by Ibe order of Cblel Newton and Alder- man Sparling. Hq salj that he got pjIJ for every hoUr thai ho sat on tho strike com mil lee by the city. Jo an- swer to tho direct tupEtlou. be slated that he TV as never ordered cfl strike committee by either Sparllcu or Newton. lieclcd'ihc government will soon ask (of ilio nnlo to Germany uhlch waa for ;L ol couCdoncc from Inn now j unanimously adopted tbe council ilonjtlojs on the occasion of iho Olacus- this morntns. Lui it can be snl'l thai ?ion or the reply la I he speech from U Is worded so firmly that conference Hie Ibrouo. WhUc li Is certain Ihnt circles oxpect tho discussion with ihc Socialist '-Mil oppose this, it i Germany regarding Ibe" nulling or the scrim, Hint the Catholics arc favorable (treaty Into force win be finally closed. lo the cabinet. Tbe iioto recalls that making Ibo The grealejt cfl'ortd are licmg made -treaty eirccilve means the Immediate- ly u bloc wllh Ihc remainder ocirelcase of German prisoners. It. leaves the constitutional element, but iho reply to the German reurcsenla- ficuliles being ciu-ountorci] arc enor- 'lions regartltnE the claims for the Eiiilt- ou-lajf to Iho past, difi'crencca iuK oT the Ceniau fleeL at Sc-aua Flow CAPT. J. T. SUTHERLAND Former president ot the O-H.A.. peels lo sail tor Canada Dscembiir 1st. measurc-s oC coercion of a military character. Owing to the importance of the note. 1'nul Dutasta, the general secretary til iho conference, will personalty" hand llio uolc to Baron von Leraner, Uia litad or tlio Ciernifm mtaslon. Putting the Screws On PARIS, Dec. supreme coun cil today UMk uncvcr consideration Germany's express wish Lhst customs paynieuls on tor Germany by land be made In gold, as had already Tuc the Beginning Saturday, Dec. 6th, The NEW YORK EVENING TELEGRAM Will Publlth THE STORY OF CARDINAL MERCIER The Martyr cl Eelgrum In bis preface to MILS ilrralest Human Documen: ol tbe War hfi "Here are my war In their moftt tense and vivid reality; all the I fought with the occupying Power, their methods and min- clear- ly defined, undeniably fixed 'n black and white." i INSIST ON THE I NEW YORK EVENING TELEGRAM Order Today! Send (1.51) for Two Months' Subscrip- tion, willi Story. and iiollllcal hatred and It appears Im- possible to hive in tho, same compact Signer Olollltf, former premier. rrho opposed to the and fav- nrerl the radicals, iinri sf to dealt, wllh in a further special note. The.iiolc closes directing Ger- many to ihc ivrmlalice protocol. 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Nit sends terminal ciicoumglnB1 more vlgnroua bowel and 'IcUney action. Nil drives polsououa ont ef and clcann up your T'ry Remedy fNR TablsU) find JusL we how much better you feel In every way. Get c. 25c bor'today nnd take one each night, for a ivcck. 1'ou'll Eny you never felt belter In your life. Nit 13 sold, guaranteed end recommtndtil by y To the Electors ofLethbridge: I come before you as a candidate for your suffrages in the coming election for trustee for the Public Schools Board. In.the measure that I need.pt a woman on the Board, and as a nominee of the local Council of Women. I feel that I shall nol only be use- ful, if elected, in dealing wiuVthe many problems of the feminine portion of the school population; but in the citizens at large in respect-to these problems as they affect the general welfare. I feel that a woman on the School Board will add to its usefulness and that my candidature, if successful, :will mean a great deal to the schools in adding the desired interest of the women of (he city to what goes on in these institutions, particularly as it applies to oiir daughters who form no inconsiderable part of the pupils of our in being mothers, to eVery pupil. I believe in sane and not revolutionary as applied lo our schools, with the motive behind of doing the utmost for the mental and physical benefit of evevy pupil with a due consideration at the same time for the ratepayers. In asking for your confidence in (he way of support at'the polls on Monday, December 8th, I have the as- surance that I shall in no way betray it, and will make it my endeavor to. sec that the schools are run in the Jbest interests of the pupils and the public, in whose interests the interest of the school children arc. For the rest, my public utterances show where I stand, and in trie appeal to you I trust I may rely on your support and co-operation when the tinie comes for recording your votes. GRACE SEARS SPOONER EULER WILL KISS FLAG UNDER PROPER CONDITIONS tbat he liad Eulcr. M.P.. Kitchener, who was bc-atcii up in (he GAV.V.A. headquarters. Monday night in connection wllh Hie outbreak loivlug the declsiou of the council of Kitchener on Ihc name changing Tho Prince nnd Party Standing oa the Steps ol tne National lied Cross Headquarters at singtag of "Got! Save the etatea wlialcier lo do ivllli the movement lc have the old namp, Berlin, roslorctl. He declares he declined lo kiss Llic flag when ordered tbe returned men lo do so, bec4U5e the dCDiaml was intended lo humiliate lilni, aud ho Tell the flag was hcEug made tbe instrument of op- hcen donfe on goods scnl by sea. decision was postponed uiii.il pcaco treaty Is put (sito forco. U was explained that llio allies ile- clfnsd to accord such an to holding It Ihe she was raising rc- Hardini; the pulUnc ol the treaty into torco nnd with Iho unfavorable numlc measures 5hc ivas pnicLltjtng, especially her proliibition upon iiupor- tnliona of nunn-'rous nrllcies. aud compelled to join in the pression. Under proper circumstances Ing IDG British Hag. he he had no objection to tbe Women's Christian Tcmper- ani'u Uniou. the lenaut, Etattd iliat the room in irhlch the STILL FOUND IN [still was round, was occulted by I-KQ Italians names hu did iiol' know. W.C.T.IT. slaied tbat they. bad no knou-leclgo that the bulldlaK had been used for illicit. liquor I rat- W.C.T.U. BUILDING TORONTO, Dec. rerenue officials this afterpoou found s. mod- ern 3UI1, fully equipped and ready for business, when they Inradcd. pre rnlses near Willard Hall, and owned j Meting. (Continued from Front Documents WINNIPEG, Dec. Rrst wit- ness called at ths morning session of (he assize court trial or 11. U. Russell, was Sergt. Stieppanl, K. N. W. JS. P., who gave evidence ol a search and seizure maile at Ihc office of Mr. Mills, president of the "Saskatoon Trartea and Labor Council, on Juae 30, 1919. Docu- ments seized his office in the Labor were produced Tor Identifica- tion. Inafec'iGr Howard Cowley. R.N.W.M. P.> the next witness, gave evidence ol a search conducted at the Labor Tem- ple of Ihe British Columbia. Federa- tion of Labor, Vancouver. The docu- ments- seized were Identified. McDrain, ,gBTO evidence regarding a search conducted July 1 at the ofiice o[ the Dohheylst party of CsnaUa fit the Socialist Hall, Edmonton. Documents seized Vrcro put In for Identification. The Police Strike John. Lovalt, formerly policft con: slable. was recalled for cross examina- tion. K. J. McMurrny, counsel for Ihe sc, asked him how many men were on Lho iiollce force before the Etrlkc. The witacas said about 200, ot which one-hair were relurnert soldiers. When he first joined the force, snld witness, he had to lake Lhe oath that he would loyally serve the King and carry out Ihe law without fear or lav- or. Ho sarj (hat he had heard people ot hfgh position say tbat the police were forced to organize because of petty lyranny. He Admitted tlial he tocw that the city entered tnlo ract v.'ith llielr employees In a body. He said that the city became ac- iiAtnlcd with tbe fact thai the police union bad become affiliated with [lie Trades aud Labor Council In Lhe summer of 101S a'nrt bad made an lection "16 U.' An agreement wag'eign- cj on JIny 13 by tho police commis- sion and by the policemen's represen- tatives on May 27 nnd stipulated thai there was to be no strike or lockout, nil disputes to be submitted for arhl- Irallon before a strike. During the s'rlkc, said the witness, lie was taking Instructions from the strike commu- tes. "When asked ny Mr. McMurray If the jiollce force wns under the strike coiu- mlttce, be refused to aii-swcr. The (inestlon required en ho en Id, Police nnd the Strike Asked IT be had receive! money re- cently from Ihc city, whines- ?aM had received and was suing for more. Ho aJmJttcd that be testified before lha llobson. commission that tho Winnipeg policemen's union ciouM not bo railed out on strike; hut ex- plnfnert lhat wag before he wag.told that Ihc adjustment hnnr.1 had wrlt- len Informing Ihc police commission that the policemen would not strike under orders of the Trades and Labor Council, but only If L'.iey decided lo do so themselves; It was Ihen ho under- stood Ihc polling of tbc vole nnd learned of Iho pollcu union hnllol. Wlt- I ness did trot know whether tlio Typographical Union hid voted Or nol. f The witness admitted under crosa- j examination lhat Ihc police would 'hnvo come out nt any time had thor been asked 'by the Trades and Labor Council. He was rctnrrlng to the period of Ihc slrlfte. Ho slaied fur- ther that the police commission know- ing fhal n strike yole had been'taken hy tbc polka union, hid given An Agreement lo sign which recofntz- ffJ Ihc rfght of collecllre bargaining. He AdmlUed tbat Ihe real reason for tbo policemen going oa elrthe was lhat they were denied the right of collect IT 6 barsalnlnr md af- filiation. Thfi witness continually slated, re- ferring lo his remarks made before tha Hobson commission, that hla vfcws hart been changed since that lime- by information which be had fiCcurau from Ihe records of.the police union. llo slated fhal he ndmltlc'd lo (he Ilobson comnilsclca Ihjil bo was on Chick ,en oones a la Neils on TjAVE you ever eaten chicken bones? No! Not tKe bones of a bird, but a chocolate coated mixture of chopped jigs, cream and sugar. test6 delicious, so let us tell you. we make tKem. We loup ricK, Juicy jigs from Smyrna, cane sugar from, Jamaica, cream farm, and plena all three into a delicious confection. Trie jigs are minced, the sugar and cream" is made into a pasta, and tken trie jigs are rolled in the paste until a complete mixture'is formed. This is rolled to trie diameter of a pencil. TKe jigs are in tne middle.. The paste is then cut into .two-inch lengths. Each contains its portion of jigs. From there the "chicken bone" goes to the dipping room, -where it receives a coating of very smooth and delicately flavored chocolate, and so on into the box Next lime you Buy a Box ofNeilson's, watcn L "fL- I n out for the Chicken bones. "The OvxdattJ tU we Different"