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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, ni'.CEMBKn S, 1U1V ft! nil llnl ftl ill. Informed iho niiyor Ihai It Ihi! MI NUINun jll llnu OH tULbftiil) _____... ihii ite mo.Ion iucrciEo the irom i-roni 'sure >vas put io Ihe council unil was wiweu and Ile-ipi voting recoilev-Eed sec-lug Included, IQ aiJl- it. Tho men. vbo had beeii Ui.ru io lajiO ua.ueJ. Air. .we- worslng In iho vaierworbs plant then Bnua BUD. ilr. r'iitt aja out, ho said, and were replac- ibai Mr, Itirgson was aimnjly lujod by volunteers. evjacui6 muji OL i.UK', la i-n't. nc between u nwi au> al-' the pc-licfiura and the pro- x-d uy iut> stride 1-u.iUiiKirtf. at" ,juced amj ]mt jn aa an eiblbU. Mr. te_.u Will ne was luiorrn- Ou May 13. no a tentative verb.ilj by Tiierc UJt i ind vvoea ne tue uivdil auJ nfucu tofow, which had bcea lypc'J lie i-iia, aud it gijape in. the form o[ the ''1J just iu, said the mayor. There was no scavenging wcrk done tii-L jL'iU-u wid IIIL- I'.wiK-r luiue nJ JQ cny jurjQg tho major part of iyor ulu uui auiy lhc thc witness and refuse held ii'airion to i luere also j iruiu the strike com.- HE1PIESS Unlit He M'TruSt-a-lbes'1 The Fiuit Mette Osr. I was K.-K. No. 1. I-oEisr "For over three yr-ars conime-i to bed -i'.h EZ-zizjitnx, I treated vitli ilx'-ors, aud IrlfJ nearly ererythioj without Kiuilly, I tried I AeJ :'.v-' a the p-in easier ami spelling go I thii Trv.it me- dii-inc1, all llio time, na'l now I c-ia wilk About two .ind do chores ilic ALKX.VXPKIi MUSKO. 50c. a box, 0 Tor At all Jcalc-rs cr pos'.Lud by l. OtUvs. the stride lliey iaiiraalod thai there would be more trouble; (hit far they had kept law and onlcr, but if the water pressure was raised ihey summed up under three To serve the ciiy lallhiully. _ part in no sympathetic with particular to the Trades j j.jnc' 5, Rcferriag. ;o ric-tinp ot June 21 aa ie result of an attempt to parade not iry-io keep (heir, moa -back strikes, and there might Jjp trouble on iho eircel. They also said, said iho mayor, (hat iho suite would be continued rill.anO Lahor Council. Mayor Gray con- they collective larEainins for ev-Minued, his ciidcnce by speaking ol; pry worker in the city. If I the asree'naen't prepared by the police i Ihey would puH otii tho in commission and which Ihe members of j' other cities in sympathy. It was in-i the force, were to sign. This i f erred, ?.iid the mayor, by ihelr agreement was refeiTed io, ho said, ty Epeeches ijiat.'the? wore holding the the strikers as "the slave running trades in leash lo 'be -rulied j nRrccment. was iniTOclucetl as evidence out ot any lime. anil Mr. Andrews reed It to ihe jury. The mayor said that Mr. in cootained clauses stating that tho speasing on behalf of the running member.! of ihe polic" lorco vp'JlI trades saiJ-ihat rtey-would like io seo JoSn no.union ind woul.l not take tte "irifee sailed hm it it in iavor or support of a general stride. At njeetings of the Elrikers, he saiu. remarks were made regaidinj inc "al- leged asking that none of ihe i men sign H and staling the CTS would do their bcsl to prevent any- j one signing such an agreement.' On 31 a csw agreement reached be- tween lhc adjustment board of Ihe police and tte police cbmm is s loners was presented. It was iiicdISeJ to al- low Ihe police io form a, union among themselves without outside affiliation. The police refused lo sign it. and the police commission lie' witness "said- He went oa to describe the which he declared was held almost daily.' Mr. An-Jrews: "What -R-crc Ihe gen-. eral police condlUoDS alibis Intimidation Taking Place KKKHLRICTOX. N-ll> United Mine of Canada uro proparins for a lenp tirawu out strus- elo in lhc strike which started Satur- day at the Ciula Coal Company's plant. it was said today. have our trei braced for a long fight, if derhreJ William J.ajvjs. SpringricIJ, boaril-mem- ber in charge of tlic Miato slriko silu- aiioii for the miners. "No, 1 don'i Ijelievo vro resort 10 thr transport tiic min- ers from cuslerit fq wocteru caruinucJ M. was bur-In- teiLiIun fj ilo thai, but for Ibe sake of cbniinunjty don't tvant to .have to to such a movcnient. Bulloiin oi Juno 12, a headlDg will be strike tho jiolire ivcrc Urivcn froEi ihe 1 __-_ suwis Rijii lhat rioliFE; Ind ended la jh t and a roui ol ihc police. lie c-atcrcnce wllh o[ (hc cj 'Jemons.raHbn-aw not have the'Jc- cl! jo (.ju. crowd left hiiu no alternative but to the Riot aeLaod.rail tlic rail- itla. He had liroti pciore WHAT UOLSHEY1KI MEAN TO UUSSIA TORONTO. Deo. R. Moil. Iho well kiiowu 'United Stales inlssiou- ary enthusiast nud IcaJcr, ID the students -ot -tUo of To- rtuito lie saM he was in Hussii in 1517 euw thu vlso u: tad spreaj io other couuirics uuj haj seriously Italy, franco. Groat llrilaln uuil HIP L'nitcd Stiles. HtfcrriPE to tlio co'ntlllions lu lius- sia. Pr. M'M lliousUt pliysical sulforlng liorrlblo cuough durltiB the ivar. but then' iTill be'mprij Iho snow ceases lo fly tbis winlcr lliHli iu ally year bt the Croat war." Found--- Ibat pcop'.o lhat used lots' ot uiilk and dairy were iliil sulijL'c-L to.tho "flu'1 wluwr. They lioallhy and able lo throw off Ihf genus. Ktto vour body In r- healthy coiidillcn by usius [ilciity o[ ai.lh. cream, butler, Lul'.f inillk, cheese ami ice uro Crystal Dairy Limited It won't uialtpr ihls year how itv', tho, ChrlslmpyS Rift wo I kuow it cost 11 lot u[ money. j jai3 fflayo, that it Ihe formal ban, the mjyoi- scld the arrival ot tho said. I Farmers Who may have VcgetablDS, Dressed Poultry, WaU, Small Hogs, Beef and Pork, Eggs or Butter for Sale. Oivc us a AVe need oil-Ill's nnd will ru.y tie rljlit irnca for came, SILVER GRILL N.H. MURRAY MANAGER the orraniiaclou he rcprnzcated would touie out. Aldermen Queea and DON'T LETYOUR COLD DEVELOP INTO LA GRIPPE OR INFLUENZA Don'l give it a diaacu lo lay you in bed for several with abatl alLick of Grippe or mitt you Gjjhl for yoar life toes-rape the dutcb'cs ol "A simple lillls very dan- Slop the cold as soon as it appears. Drivt it ont of jour sjslcn These TablctsofCascara, IJtprnidtand Quinine brtat up'i co'd ia a clear lut rrdieve the HtidzcJie NcsirclEia. Th'cy arc sptciEc. for colds anil may be VtlieJ upon lo give ijnict relief, Hare you C. B. Q. Red Box in yonr house? Ii not, gtl'ons rouf.. dmggisfs EO that u youdoftslu cold ch. Tpn'caa get rid of it Trith a. few dpau C.B.Q. in the red b6i. Nation ai" "Drug and'Ctrraicml Co. of t .CURCS Cau Gripe i.HM MRS, LEW OFJRflflKLTN Tefli How She Wu Mada Wefl by Lydia EL Vegetable Compound. Brertlyn, OM JMT I- as miserable from displacement, vhidiuhscdag'cn- enl mn-down con- dition wili hck.1- tad puns in mj nde. My induced lo tfj ponnd. -I.'fonad i.t. helped me very much >cd inch a tonic Ih'at 1 ain reeomreend- the force, Mayor "The city Svas lairly ordciriy. great intimidation was-iaKinfj placet and vast, t-rbwds "Were parading down tte street. the 'city was more or less in a .stale, OL- unrest and people verc wondering. Tvliat-Tra3vgbmg to happen next. TOD: "a -Tolcano: The-; lii- who bn (irnllu Mrs. ELSIB G. LEWD, 30 VrrnoB Are., BrooVljTi. N. Y. 4j Lcwii ref. ferrf from BUT ciused bj B fall or eraienlwalened cmdilioD the tjvitm, Uie most Enccesafal to restore itter.fth to Hid bring a nomsl iKtltJir proved be this ttama root Mid herb medicine, I.Tdis E Pinkham'i VeftUhle Compwrnd, If hare diltcrbing symptomi TOO do not ardentmr.d write E. Uedicine Co., Lynn, Man. .The result of their 40 jrian experience U it GRIP, ol a c epidemics Spray DOM and throat several times a with one part. Wizard Oil and two parts water, using an atomizer. If jav daren't an atomizer, gargle Uw throat IIK( inuff the mixture up (fee nose. Thil treat menl 5ds up an antiseptic will of defense "Fhi" eofdj and sore ihroaf lead to grip. Stop them at once WizaVd Orl bcfofe ihey. an develop tmto danferoui Influenza, '-'Get it from druggist? for JOc. If return the botth i-id ret.yoflr money back. Ervrconsiipated or have sick heatf' Just try Wizard Live e pinlc pills, 30c to me dally [rom'Tarious-parts of Ihe city-V Mr. -McMuitay: M object to this; CTlaence. This 'Is hand inlqnnatloTi." glft'.yoii some firil iian'd infarmaUon." M-. -Andrews then spoke against ttia oblocVcD. saying "that it- snoTrel thfi sLaic oi public .opinion. Sir. Justice MdlcAlfe ruled1 the evidence was nil-. Mayor Gray .cqntlnncA by Earing that of the complaints "regarding UmidaUon -came, froni.. V-Veatpn. and from ElraTOod. Wlft Got IntlmldalTrig Letters I stepped out of 'my automobile I was approached perfohally' arid an nllempt was made to -Intimidate me. I My 'wife "got letters lljl I was" forced to I bpr-jf her mail: H was "well 1 did so. !l received letters wblcb. 1 1 would not lilte lo read in this court. I will let ypuMprdshlp look ihem ov- er IfyoQ In answer to qucetlooa rcgardinR Ihe state ot public- opinion f on June 1, i Mayor Gray stated there was a large amount of nervousness amoog the cit- izens. ''People came In afraid of their lives. I- had personal letters threat- ening iny he "The peac4ij of tho city waa only a iiilo Tcbeer.Wo were not Hvlns under normal condit- ions In any shape or form whatever. We thought tho. police under or- "dersToI the strike com mi tte e7' Sir. McMnrray objected to the wit- ness staling bis views. Jusltce Mct- cal Te. ordered Mayor proceed. Mayor Gray proceeded give evid- ence resarilng what was done to pro- tect Ihe lives of the citizens. Early In June, he satd, the police commis- sion derided that 1L was advisable to put on tbe special police. on s, witness said, were held dally be- tween the civic officials and Gen. Ket- chcn, Commissioner Perry, R_ N, M. I1., Senator Robertson, Premier N'orrla and ihc lie told ol tho arrangement made by tho military to provide necessary protec- tion wblch would ho needed in case ol trouble. The Mounted Police, he said, railed all tho men they could Into the city. He neit gaya evidence re- garding the issuing cf proclamations to prevent parades helng held. The mayor stalpil that bu Issued the proclamation banning parados ba- cause of fear that a dash, would oc- cur between opposing factions, bolh or which had organized processions. He toM of the dismissal of the police force tho recrul'.Ing of a body lo iakc It3 Irom Ihc r.inks ot the roturntd men up lo a alrengtb of Mr. Andrews Informed the witness lhat these men wtrc referred to lu Iho. Labor Kewa as "Ihuga" tiiicl asked ir.ho hail received any com- plaints. The mayor said he sern most of Lite special policemen and there waa no Jnallflcalion for calling them "Ihuga" and gunmen. The mayor then described Ihe riot of .Ji''io 10 at Portage and Main streets; lol'J of cndcarord of the sjxic- clear the streets; and said 1is persuaded loidcr.i to 'cancel a par- ade 6f fOCO aliens and about EOi) re- turned loldtcrs whfcli had formed In Vfrlorla J'ark. A, 3. Andrews read from Ihc Strike two suits 's Unshrinkable asensible ercomFort wear more genuine 'satisfactioni It's the jaderwear known wherever quality is appreciated. At good dealers. ;-v. Inland ileerelea, for Men and Women. Sldnfield's Adjustable Cpmtmalions 'and for groaing Children. Strenuous Sample Bock, Voicing, different ueigKls and' urei, mailed s Limited, We Sell All Weights and Qualities McGlHf C A Full Range of STANFIELD'S UNDERWEAR Sold by FRED THAELL, 315 Fifth Street Lethbridge GOODMAN SELLS STANFIELD'S UNDERWEAR You All Grades of STANFIELD'S UNDERWEAR from THE PALACE CLOTHING CO., ;