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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER .10, 1020 THE T.RTH.BRIDGE-DA1L-TTEMLD PAGE E dared that It was tho business' o[ tho state "to clothe aud house tho "1 agrea with, neither of tlieso Mr. Drury. "The middle course is, so far as 1 the correct Tells Winnipeg Canadian Club He Doesn't Hold Extreme Views UNEMPLOYED RETURNED MEN MUST BE TREATED AS OTHER UNEMPLOYED WINNIPEG, Dec. (Can. Press.) citizeu and the elate" was the on which the Winnipeg Cana- Club was addressed this after- noon by Premier Drury of Out; Drory. reserved his on political issues for tonight's We He. meeting, which he stateraenUhat was issued last evening 'OTTAWA, 'Dec. obviously there can. uo longer be any recognized distinctions between the physically fit returned men and the other unemploy. cj workmen. The disabled or partly disabled returned soldier must and will continue to receive special at'.ei of Ontario Mr tlon." Tho attitude of the.Dorainioi ,rks on current I Eovornnieat toward the unemployed rht'R Mr mib- situation la Canada is set forth In a Great War Veterans Association Receives Details of New Land Regulations Jointly with Hon. Mr.: Crerar, from the oflice ,of tho minister Premier Dniry Bald there were two extreme MhooU; of thought: Indlvi-j The statement is, In brief, that un duali.U." who men's indlvl 'emplovment problems the more dual activities should he interfered concern of the municipality or wllh as little as possible, and, the Province in which the u nemployment ,ho would increase'the exists, and that they should be dealt with primarily by buch municipality or province, r Federal aid' should be given-only wheri'tho problem becomes ioo difficult Particulars of the recent ruling ot the head office of the Soldier Settle- ment Board, in 'connection with the granljug ot financial assistance to ox- Imperial and Colonial were received by the local Groat War Vet- erans' association this morning. The new regulitlons provide for tha ren activities ot tho state to include all things One school of thought, he said, was Uhutnted by those who held the flacredbeBs of when these might be- The other was UlusL___ ho recently IBS of "vested jlghts' even tto proo em becomes ioo aimc.uii 688 might hetested wrongs 1P handle government of Mr. and Mrs. Paderewski at Geneva dering of aid inrre-eBtabllshment to veterans who came to. Canada direct, without having passed through the selection.commltleo of board in England The same rules which applied to soldiers who received selection certificates will, be adhered to In the' case of those who did not. m uu tesieu wruugu r Ulustratea by a it IB stated, is-willing A iht-T, iie anxious" to do what Is necessa and Mauj returned men who were unable ILOH aid the local bodies in solvuie ,the problem' of unempioiment, but ft can not assume 'obligation's which properly belong to. a particular.'municipality. .Want Preference LONDON, Ont., Dec. 300 and 400 unemployed walking tho streets': cause employers' have failed to give returned men'Jne? preference in case of vacancies fs the': charge made to- day ty local officials of tho G W V A, ;ary to! to secure assistance from the board iu CAUSED SOBS AND APPLAUSE WASHINGTON, Bee. life story ot the lato Terence MacSwiney, lord ma.yi.'r of Cork, who. died of self- starvation In Brixton prison, was told today by hU widow to the commis- sion of the "Commlttw of One Hun-' an organization promote! by! the editor of a weekly paper for the alleged puruosp of Investigating the Irish Question. Mrs. Mat'Swiney's accounts at the numerous arrests of aer husband and hls-efforts on hehalf o( "a free Irish her at- lacks on the British government wore punctuated alternately hy applause and sobs. Sore Muscles Judge Foell, ot liliaols. Supreme Court, has'-allowed for attor- ney fees In the .recent controversy over construction bt the lato Marsha! Field's will, which disposes ot his estate. Ort By Soreness and stiffaesi resoHkg from unaccustomed use of or too much txercise, rach nU, baseball, golf, hand-bait, ttt, give way quickly to the soothing effect of Himlin's Wizard Oil-Tit y penetrate: fast, drives out the sore- ness, and limbers up stiff, joints and musclfs. Himlta'l OH U tnttt- 7 preparation (o bare la cht chest ror first and when fir it application "bltta and "atlnca. rtpidlr lumcr lu nratlcj qtuJltlH. Kmt tt u ktot'i-: Gtacroui He. i- It you troabltd i r Wklpa. Juit pl tt dniKiat. lu J5C, Uk'c. Wimi4 H.CLKilner Has just received a shipment of t GOOD STRONG WORK BOOTS With and at reduced prices; in black, tan, and white elk. Also a similar line in BOYS'- SCHOOL BOOTS at prices. Shoe'repairing and hand-sewn work a specialty. 420 13TH ST. NORTHi PHONE 317. Spend this Christmas with theoldfolksathome 2 Trains Daily Tickets sold during December bur limit of SIXTY DAYS and may extended at desti- nation en payment of for each ffRwn days.; STOPOVERS QUAUTY SERVICE! SAFETY FIRSTI -.COURTESY ALWAYS! ni of On ACIFIC RAILWAY AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION'ROOMS Saturday Afternoon Next Dec. llth COMMENCING AT 2 O'CLOCK FRANK WiLL SELL. BY PUBLIC AUCTldPJ bT.OCK OF 'amts In all colors and sires, also Glazier's Putty, Wbllo Lead, Floor Paints, Wagon I'alnfs, Metal 1'ollaUcs, Varnish, Kalsomlnc and Colorings! large quantity of Wire and Finishing NAILS, In standard sizes; Bolts and Nuts; Carpenter's.Bags; Ixicks and Bolls; and a TSrlaly of SHELF HARDWARE Including Window Catches, Hooks, Cloak Nails, Door Hangers, and a great rarlety, of small Hems. Also for sale System; Set ot Counter Scales, and Hibbon Sliow Cuse. BEING THE tJAf-ANCE OF THE STOCK IN TRADE OF THE MONARCH TRADING CO., ASSIGNEE SOLD BY ORDER OF THE BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST COMPANY, ''AUTHORIZED' This presents an extraordinary inp'ortunlfy to Contr.-iefsrs, Painters and the eeneral puMlc to Paint 'and Hardware at auction prices, Terms Auctioneer's and the past may now, since the new rul S has gone Into effect be eligible for mention nd settlement loans, and tho Icxal ar Vets Imite enquiries concerning is. All applicants lo the board must fact of their having rved in and been honorably discharg- from Ills Majesty's forces; and It also necessary 1 hat they conform Ihe regulations governing qualinca- on of eligible members ot the Cana- an Expeditionary Force.: .Selection rtiflcates will bo granted In Canada. Totally; Inexperienced settlers must In at least two Dears' experience itu ajanner, and it Is required that cent of the purchase price land, stock and equipment b? paid the applicant before loans may be pproved. Soldiers who have previ- usly applied for-financial assistance, is may they-so esire, make application again, under new'rules. piauist and ex-premier of Poland photographed with hfs wife and friends on his arrival at Geneva to attend the League" of Nations con- INVITE TINO sXcK PARIiS, Deo. to invite former King Constantino to return to Greece has Seen reached by the gov- IEN DON'T MAKE ANY HEADWAY WITH HANNA TORONTO, Dec. Star to- a'y In Its news columns-dealing with .0 Canadian National Employees' over iho order of Presi ent Hanna, prohibiting employees of ic railway from ehteriug the politi- al arena, say's that'the rrens' rep to appeal to 10 mlmsier of labor, before going to le Dominion government direct the represeh' atives of the various organizations In anada and President' Hahria hare een in progress for some ays .but to date no headway has been lade Over thlrlj delegates ore rep esenting the'.einployoes of the sys- em who number..over one hundred housand. A crisis, has been -reached between ho management Hie federated of Ihe CXR eiaplovefis nd it is llkclT, says the SUr that department ot'labor will be'call d upon today to appoint a concilia 'ion board .settle" the'dispute. EXPERT 55EAMANSHIP SAVED.SHIP'S CREW ernment of that country and such lU' vitation will he telegraphed to Con- stantlnt with tho results of last Sun day's plebiscite, says a Havas dts-1 patch from Athens. General SUNDAY AFTERNOON at 3 oTteck REV. STANLEY he members on School HALIFAX, Dec Canadian seamanship ..'on', .thb lart of the 39 members of the crew if the Norwegian steamer'Romedals jord enabled them to Tcach'Uahd ih afetv todav after their ship had ille'd up on the b'rbad Ehbarbf Sarii- ledges, In a drlving'sea early his morning. The steamer struck clear water, just inside the Sis- ers Hell, at 3 o'clock. Wrecking ugs .were' immediately ...sent; from lallfax'in answer to S.'. O.: S.Tcalls difficulty in .making ie_adway In the. ore they'cpuld reach Iho sc'erib the teanier to'break Jiptaln was for.ced'J.lo "border ibandpnment .of. the-_ship. The1 crew got away In. two" boats, after 'great one of a an endeavor was made' 'to-rea'ctf -Ketch the mouiifalno.usVBefS, :he'hoats 'were forced to rafd. and wero eventually '.guided iitoVhAven at Sandy by means' of signals from shore shortly before ten o'clock. While making heir way to Ketch Harbor, a mllq and a halt the crew witness- id tho breaking up of steamer :hey hart left less than two hours bd- The, vessel was hound from Bergen lo New York with Iron ore ind was putting Intq Halifax buuker coal. U. S. FNVESTQUS AK50RB VERY LARGE AMOUNT OF CANADIAN BONDS TOKONTO, Dec. bor rowings again reached n, siibsKiri mm In November, tliio largely lo llic Kurlliurn Railway, flotation The tola! of nil bond sales, accordtm lo the Monetary. Times record wai against It, Ocl ober and J12.043.521 In November. o( 1519, In fonuecllon with last year's! figoro It must be remembered .Victory Ixiiin o'licratfona retarded, ether bond activities during Ihe'first lialf of the! month. Of last month's lolal COO Unilec! Stales inTOslors, illustrating sttll further'the ablllly of our southerly neighbors to absorb oiir securities. all tho muni- cipal1 Issues were taken up by Cana- dians Including1 the dly of Toronto bonds. Last month was a good ono for 'municipals as far as volume was concerned, but prices showed no Im- provement. March holds the'record Ihli year with a total of but a -large 'part of that amount went across (Ho line. r Jitwclrjr valued at was Sold IJIBI year In Uv> Jlal'Jsi La'nS outfit, black tm'.heT C tr-plated'riHir; 12 lUdea; fea CASB mty b; hat) In en, ms-roonorrcd.' Price, compTctc, Vo. out. .Knree conltnU M No. 1. Can be in ptain nnd ta.5Ci, in Ben mctil anJ gold. up. Your gift tp ijim To win a man's abiding 'gratitude and give him an AutoStrop Razor, No. choice you could make will yield him more lasting comfort; and pleasure, For the man who values, time-and a good ap-: p.earance, an AutoStrop Razor is indispensable. Wherever he goes, he will always enjoy a close, satiny, shave and the refreshing sense of cleanliness such as can only be had with a stropped blade. simple save his blades, make them last longer, and give them a keen cutting He will have no extras to buy, no dull blades, and no endless expense for new ones. then, that.the AutoStrop Razor counts its friends by the millions? What wonder that its sinipli- city, ease of handling, time-saying convenience and .effi-' ciency should have won for the AutoStrop swerving loyalty of shavers everywhere? ro itself Any druggist, jewelci1 or hardware- man will pleased to demonstrate the AuloStrop Razor to you. He will show-you how easy it is to sharpen the blade and< to keep the edge keen and clean. In the dealer's complete assortment you will find an AutoStrop Razor set to satisfy your taste and his. Prices from SS upward vfor razor, ntf.op and 12 blid'.s. Complete in a handsome, compact case. 1 i metal ease, velvet ITr-tiT, hantUcmelr cmbosjtd top with plain dla- tnontl apart in dt coyer for monogram. Eame.cofltenU At J4o. AUTOSTROP SAFETY RAZOR CO., LIMITED AUTOSTROP BUILDING, TORONTO, CANADA On Rar.ors, Strops, Blades, etc., hereafter manufactured by us vie shall apply the tizda mark "Valet" in the trade mark "AtKoSlrop" as an indication thai they'are genuine products ot the AutoSirip Sa ,Co., Limited, Toronto, Canada, addition to 'alely Razor ;