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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAflE TEN THE rFTimillDfiE WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1010 Cold Wave, Snow Storm, Fuel Shortage, Causing Much Suffering In U.S. ,Worsi Condition in Years Prevails Throughout Northern and Idaho, With Very Cold Hardest Hit by Shortage of States Record Heavy Snowstorms Tremendous Cut Made in Train Service. I; CHICAGO, Urn- arm hires -yreTalled to.lay in virtually atll from iht> ral- IKJ lo ihe KiX'ky Mountains aDd ibfl cold Tara began its CEa'.em InTaaloa Tllh o.' to degrees. In ininy n-iriE uf ihe country, already hardest hU I'ue fuel iii-uiy towns Trere dec of coal nr.-j rercrtei. Montana aatl northern Idaho were the chlet sufferers. Aa a further LOil men- Hire, the most EPVare curtailiue-M of ItaasenRBr I rain 6Tpr known iras effective today. Ii wts estimate') j S.PO') Iocs of coal ed by it and that unul (ho cad ot lie jiroscni week ii would b? necessary TO save nn addition? 1 'JOy.C'vv iiolu niSlr-s dally. East and South Next I Fi'ijaaging o' trie cold into Ihe ear. and southeast, lieary 'rairulonn? were preralent, iheso acctiooi yesterday C- v AFRAID MOTHER WOULD BE KILLED, AND SHE WAS LONDON, Out. IVc. Sullivan nis killed by au sjio here on Sat- urday iu-J Thcmaa boar-1 of the accident be vas ?u (iffeciei thi! wired hi? mother, ithn WAR living in Cbi- viEO, come homo once. He etat ihe because he fearvj iLni his mother would be Killed on the busy meets tliy. Soon after the Im'-sHgc TVJP Mr. Jlivchy. rhlef critor for :he N'ovlh- wosteni I'oinnaiiy ID Lcndoo. frcci Chlrajo tfllini him hli mnlher bean canjlit be- [woou two aui.Mcobllei lit that UU' ivas FOOTBALL G1E, WL'MYING TS ot whelhor Ihe PRICES TO STAY HIGH CAU3ARY. Hoc look fur high prices and e. good de- mand 'or CaDBdliu wbeal for at ICA-v-t a couple o( re- 11. W. Wood, prealdent. of the Tolted Fannera of Al- la roune of an In- 1en-Iew domcnstrallTo pooplc anil the preJK'- (hat loss tht Inter-rarsliv- Hecorf, Seattle, lup day before th? r.iRT coma lo resemUe Ihe by iho will: j YalMiarvsrd medics insofar ai the .-ii-m of ihc sprcifltorj I? con- King George was present st joea's Club where the tuntch tbe the ifeiupeniiures ivouM by to- NBW York Hag LI0ht In Ne-w Yori Ctiy cuaFcrraiivc re- indlrated only feeble ami uu- organlicd efforL had been mad? to ital A fop settled over (he fieU but this dli not dampen ilie entrm-'i-isui ol Th.Hi aro uou- openly "foDJb.ill fans." They saihcroJ in and our Eccoril ha.s oa-nps shivjred JKaEr.s; other iron Terr deriauc steps toward an .irdor that hivo placed Sir. Uird. t-oiinsel for Hie dtfence.ja pressuro the surrounding thai ii iho constiiuticn hlniospbcre. gentlemc-n, ag- in the Seattle striae was the fame slnsi all iradiliOTis of the orient, CD- in tho U'inulrwg strike ii clears by abecr vocal -p loss of thre? l tonserrr hel. "Th? White iras was not of importance. ablaze wfth Ma-.osi Us normal glare, I Jusilca McU-alftr: "ll docs not mai- The retail FJoro llgbla r.-ere not dim- tcr where ii couies from if it is Illes- med to a noticeable client. Somajal." doTO iQ-xa Eireets were in semi-dark- 1 Mr. Uird there -was coLhing to lighted only by street, ligbis in sbow it uas illogaL Operations Avoided Tht Possftilfty of Fatal Pre rented Ta kldac-T troubles, iurgeon'1 kniffl sboalJ bo Ilia last Kid- rer trouble cin wlicvcA in a won- derful by 1reMiog in time tritli Ihg eJicimt ot all picparalloci for toning np aod rebuilding Bed diseased Pills- Gio Pills are el] tmce pf rlfohoT. Thtj contain Juniprr other and npar Atlanta. Geor- stores ani where buslneF-a I Justice Mcicalfo said that lie was A'n.caiua, nod and the was not curtailed by fuel restrictions.' not so FUTO of that. If the cpnstitu- longed bay. In the end .Iho higher or tbreo near Ailiiit. Gcor-j Patrons rode: in street cars ihatltlou was such that ii se.i the worklnn notaa of iho won {jut later a KLI, in ftocJ Railroad scrrtce were addlifoa lo the or- class against the wjiolo community. st-nHeman Trilh eitrernp cuntiins pro- ssriojely ard city der ibat put Chicago on Tlrtiially a Mr. JuFtico be thoughi. iluced a niEgaphoQa arid sot lits own iauudated. six-hour day regards retail stores "a slllogil. back on ihe women laas were In tho ivestrn: where al-: and office buildings. a tliroe day I Mr. contendcii thai ibe same then breathless. Tfios: record jjnouialls accompanied for Tactories. atioiher order to-1 charge couU he made Hgainsi ills clt-j Tbe emotional ecsUjy of thp crowd the colil, rail ann ft-Irc day CUT. interior illumination o[ all. Ken's committee which set itself I thoroughly participated In by n HEainsi the communtty br organizivp keen pupporter of CainhrhlKc la a ?llk into -muffler and a shfalnR silk hai. Jusiico lhat it the strike in the Imttcd Stfttoa GJ any- -.vhere els? ivas lo r.nd it could h? detfnnined lhat an elfon was made lo duplicate here, he ii should be In the Aii of ihc Illtgdl strike may irled to put the foe; un into Lhe way in i the noble colIeEe of harvard. Women' fans in furs made .1 effect. A] Much lime and profound ilndy wai group of littles in j to perfecting tho (ormulB on erf In out-shrill log Ihc Oxtorll chorus KiitV pif pared and thcr of mere men. Tory tcain-'vliisiled furnita quick and -poEitiTe relief, im- whlte the men ESTC u pru- siheHag ils congested tissue, drjlroying the poUonp Boothinj, "ir.j building up.lbe emnctated was handicapped, plices to 50 per cenL wished lo put in socie documentary evidenco. Mr. Cassidy objected on Ihe ground that nny Socialistic documents found in Llio pos5e5siou of the accused should not. be advanced to prove -edi- tion. H ralcht also, be said, he pre- judicial Lo the Mr. Cassidy cited auihoritiC3 lo sup- port his argument and said that the crQTTii, in bolstering up their case. Ac- Elred to put in any kind nf material they conld get a Laid of. it seemed to him, that would prejudice the ac- cused wilh lha jury. Mr. PitWado objected lo the roan- ipion of !ho nccuseil In his desl: in bis o'lice at the Trmple. Justice 'Mrtcalfo. nilcd (bat anr paper or pamphlet found in ihe n .or tbe accused which con tained matter which appeared b-.i pcriineiit lo the irial would be admit- led. The croira then commenced pat- lDg In tlie papers, each one of.which as glven his lordship to peruse, and rule as lo its Tftrtinsncy. JustJco Metealte asked the jury to retire, slating that ilie" IOHR argument would be uninteresting to them, llr. Cassidr ohlecteil lo retiring, ftaUog thai Would llta tiem 10 ba present in the court dur- ing the .argument. sonie one In the Oiford sei'tlon unroot- ed B pule and crushed both his bat and his cnlhuslRsm wiih unerring aim. The Jury .retired. The firsl .pamphlet tendered by, Iho crown as eriilonco contained, an oxu- havo fell jusilftQd. hi said, IHIL he was noi prepared to deal with ihe qneslJon of Justification until urter Ihe IriaLThcrcupon the pamph- let ordered admitted. The j infcmied Mr. that in lug the jury he. might advlsr-.thcnv noi lo consider somu o[ the evidence arrlrins at a verdict and asked fcnse -counsel: if ho woiittl prc-paro formal slateruent of sucli cvirTeace. Mr. said he could net consid- er n substitute for the ruling cm of evidence vhich he believed Ehoul'i not have hsen adniiUPd. ner in which Mr. Casstdy had made, line of Ihe Seattle strike. Mr. the presentation of his argument, ii designed, he said, for the ears o" Ilie Jury snd not for the judge. Compiracy'a his arsument. Mr. PH- tlado etaled Lhat the literature was admipaiblo. as snowing tho ramifica- tion ot the conspiracy. It the accused. Diadnp for its stal- ed that tho Seallle strike vras tnen- tloneil ;D ihe first issue of the Strike Bulletin'. Outline of Struggle Tho e.TfiJWL was called Seattla gen- eral strike and purported to oudlnfe the history of the Seattle struggle. anil Treakened organ n that it can lake TTork of purifying thi blood with efficiency. OIK? thp kiclnpja BT'B made normal, tbe rheumatism, Ervollen and gencrnl debilitr disappear, tho 'stone or gravel id tie bladder ara eliminated, end pood health and buoyant spirits return. All druggists anj dealen Gin Pills at 50c per Iwi, T7ilh Euaranten to reluro your money if you do not receive relief. Flee sample on Addieis: The National Drag Chemical Co. at Canada, Limited, Toronto. United States Address, Na-Dru Co, Inc., 202 Uain St., BoflaJo, N.Y, -361 COL. PHIOR WILL BE B. C. LIEUT.-GOVEnNOH he said, had these papers and docu- The objecl of pultlog Lhis pamphlet in racnla for other p-jrpoires in his library i evidence, the crown contecdcd. they should be admtsHibie. "I am go-' _JDg to lender ha said, "on the ground that these pamphlets nnd papers were round in the po'sscs- to show th3 simllarlly -between Ihe Winnipeg and Sealtle -induatrial up- hearal. An article appearing In (he Union- OTTAWA; Dect Houdreau, rlerk of the privy council, leiy'es for Vic- v Lorla, D. C., tomorrow for the v swearing In of Col. E. C. Prior as Itsutfinant-govcrnor of Brit- Ish Columbia, it. la eipscted iitat Ihe ceremony will lake place on Dec. LO.VDO-V, fiec. Sievens. ''-1 the fcnrer servant who i to a seat on Lha "I'.r'.ll cf BcnuoDdsey, Tjon-j don tuburu, fcuys thit municipal wort o is the first step in the direction of the A house of commons. In an v she spoke quiet confidence of her' CJt'irc arrival In the house of commons ani'gTve many iastances of how work coijli! be ?sveft for iroincn. She told of plftns she was making for the ben- v Dfit of hiusokcepers generally "I robbed cf pleep at nights nnd rose In Ihe morning lo study pol- she said. "There, I v lay the way to reform. My first hand A ol hon-e work pave me raauy Ideas to practical plans upon." You Can Tel! Which People, Have Iron in Their Blued- Strong olks Xrrrotii, )VeeLi' Tim ONE is (J- tt'A -nh'ch propfe hire En tec'.T bkrA. Th-T arc ttc do 2nd dare. The -wo rrenli, cor-sta-l Its natural for the tea or coffee drinker to relish i Trilh hiliH forrniap -.J to coSec or other IF lo be Ttcir rtal Irtubl; is lick- of an in the blccJ. ihc tai nt TT.-.r r U chinge inn llasue ar.J, Ibcrcfarf, naihii.K yoa e-t coo TOU -risd; JJIL'I jet rbc CLI of it. When ii il cnri.-hrs Ihe Ltccd ar.ii gird the bMr prtalcr to oil cf wl.j aillrtf all ihe hare rnoil ai'.ar.- j iTitir an-1 en- e simv-If by uLir.g in ihe prcrir And iticr lcrjp had e on for TT-.tTiihs vlihout ceilJuj hin-f. te Ihe fcllouins' (tit: Src yc-j can work or hov Car yoa can. -for this table beverage has a most satisfying coffee-like flavor. though it leaves none of the harmftil after-effects that so often attend tea and coffee drinking. EconomicaL too. Poslum Cereal Co. Lid., Winds on Ontario. CALGARY. Dec. cold weather and general lack ol Issues !n the ctvlc carnpargu conduced lo a light vote at ihe municipal election today, AH polls reported, very few ballots cast prior to noon, but a hea.T.< ler perce.nlnje is looked for hclorn the hooLhs close at-S o'clock. Mayor n. ME .-shall, run-ins for rc-eleCtlon. Is opposed Alderman I. G, RiiMIe, and the1 campaign has been on per- j annal merjt only, holh Btanding for j polf-c.'as. Is iriaMns ti strong flsht to put several cnudldnlefl I on Hie council and rcbool Loarrl and :i cltlz-erts crjiunilltee Is cyually vlg- jcroiiq in support of a quartette of al- j durmanic candldata Voting la under ilic. proportional rp.prcsenlaLivfi sya- and tha count on-aMarmen.nnJ fclinol Lnistosa will not'he complete Thursday. beeomins lire.l. rrcs prr ? afler irsali ler two Thrn iril your slrenjili again aM j-oai.eli fcoir nncb you have faincJ. Ii HKS rjod oM iron 10 -t color in yo-jr ehteVa tnd !esh on j-our tonei. Rut joirmust like iron ia f farm Ifil ran be eitify Bfejirbed in-f like irori if yoa wini il lo do jca in? ii maj ptort i-ous lisa CLYDE LINER DAMAGED IN COLLISION TUO KBW YORK, Clyde Miier Arapahop. which In p i fog with n ferry Ijoat shortly aflor 1 ic-r doc-i here yculertlay for j and JacksonTlllc, resumed j her voyage thin morning, A report j from Iho captain slalc'l that (he dam- age not serious. Tha Artpahoo has about SCO passengcra. HALIFAX CONSCIENCES IIAMKAX, N. S.. DPC. Thn Morning Chronicle; RtAles that Ii. Hr'Ather, pioprlelor of various t heal res throughout Nova Scotia, was handed money Satur- day nlghl by a Iloman Catholic Illicit, who declined to elate whom the money waj ob- UJncil. The Halifax Herald finnoimcca lhat a prominent man was giver. in rnn.3i'icnco nionuy, Sat- urday night hy a clergfmnn Trho had rornlvcrl II from ft man who uafd it had been stolen Jn a poker game, The Quick Way Stop a Cough (O GROVE'S Opeas the Parss and'Penetrates work In hanr- mp Ih Eoillr Yon mtehl Ic Mirr-riseA lo kr.ovr that ihc be3l ifiinp you ran for .1 Ecrcrc coiiph, is a remedy which ii easily ptc- at home in just P. few It's cheap, but for prompt results it beats an3 die you ever tried. allj Viops the ordinary or client eol-l in il plea-janl, like it pure nn-1 gon.L Tour 2% niincca of I'in-ji (.Vj ecu vprtli) In IG-oi bottle; tlitn lill it T7ith plain crrtmilatcd ayruii, Or nso cUrificiI or corn eynipj instca'l of tyrnp, if drsirciL Thus you iDake ]0 family coitmif no more a fcmall bolUe of rciuy-inidf; (vyrup. And R3 a medicine, there TMlly nothing Irtltcr to IK had nl any price, J_l (o llio apol an-1 t'ivfs