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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMnEK 11, FUR HERAUI PAGK THIRTEEN Answers Criticism of lioni'd of of V.'urld Shortage OTTAWA, IKic. sirunfi erilu'inii Ijy tlib board f[ en mm tree in i V.'lmiifri; p'4'Aof.l the 01-1 uf lroi- govern- ment ac a" Consequence of the rjpld re-opanJnj of 'gambling houses since the suspension of martial law. In .future, anybody gambling, even In a private club, may be punished. A convicted gambler will not be released, as heretofore, but Imprisoned for a maximum period, and In addition in ay be Rntd from 100 to mirVr. IS IT THE TRUTH? Hcc-. thu i-oDlurineiil ibe I'rlnce uf Walej o! tiMes during American whereas Iho iKteuUnce of such, paye: "Peril'.its in Can- ada IP nm very b'Jl it llini the1 thtrc lionors over bonier i .in v o f.- U IB chiiricil Oi.it ;ire man) jitmiids mon? of bullrr In Cau- iilu now Ihnu a year :igo. tlio Is higlicr by rea-san tit (he keen is mi cloim-nlnry i i5 Mir, I OELC let .LI -p-r nch proce iuro rrodiirls fir ruurnsO iraOe, liy hcep- 'ritf it n the rrfiy v.r.y In whlcb cun Jiopr- ;u iiay (iiir ik'bt." 70HK. Dec, former Gcrtisn.n passenger liner Impcralor, now a Hrlllsh vessel under Canard linn operation, enllod at 8.G5 o'clock I bis inomtnK for Plymouth and Southampton. The ship was to have ilnpartcr.l at noon rcslenlay, but her are prc- clearance papers were held up on ail- ul'J rrini Washington, while charges thi'. she had exceeded her supply of bunker coal wore Ijclng Tho offer ol the Urltlsh.mlnlslry of shinning tj rt'i'hice eicoss foal was accepted last night and the s' rcloassil, but too to allow her to ffpl away on-the tide. The liner lias jinssongers on hoard on Ihls, her first vo3-.ign as a passenger ship nince, die left horc undtr the German in July, 1914. largely interested in AHierta coali (he s-witl sirrice congress, Mrs. It. Harriu. or Mirror reid'a paper on "llura! LUe la Al- berta." AB 'Mrs. llirrlit sees II. Ihe aioat Berioui in in Alberts lo-! Jar la that or C'iuciilon. and echopl Is thf or that prob- leni. Tt ahould (litre-fore be ilealt with more c-lllciently ihan under the cilucatlonal I Thoru are" more yeople In 1 rural commqnUles In Alberta than in the cltlea. It ia pointed oul by '.bis country exponent, vrhlch ligiirea to a jiroporllon of o DO-third ex- cess Yet the of urban to growih In the past yeara !LHS boon seven lo four naJ li-jlf. The drill lo ihe cities Lc arrosleJ. Nol Enough Dignity people been economic- ally in iho jia.51, eaye Ilarritt, and they hare been largely i o ini.irin li M ownerhip bai broutfl wllliout social glalus. of i Is i s-jy rogani- ALLOW WRECKERS N.Sv.Dec. The ELS- 5CEEnient lio ard dealing with the rlalais of Ihe Atlantic Salvage coin- pan T In connection with Llio refloat- Ine of the eleainer Joateir. lately ashore at Glace Hay, hns awarded the Claims oC a fouple ol sleanicrs irhich.assLst- L-d arc yet to Lu Itcord. The vessel nuGtniiied prncllcally no Janiage dur- ing her roceul mishap at Glara Hay. She la coaled and ready to isil when ihR claltna. are completed. -Tlie ralue p[ the together with the cargo. estimated hy Uie board oC aw ess incnt to lie 'ECIAL country, UP- all the rest, but not sutdcleat dignity Las attached to it. Too olieu and Fanners' wives have leen made Hie butts or insults. They IIUVD been victims nf a sort Elavpry, o? U'KITIK lliolr riKhlful place In llfo ol urovir.te. j The factors mil Haling r.galnst lire, on this-count, economic, edu- cational, and EocinJ. Mrs. UarrUt itolda that ilic country school must be 1m- a chief causo ot the drift; In ihp rillcs Is tlie desire tor betlerj wltl1 [Echoollng fRclll'.icB. There are too trt j host tiuiu of the ye.ir nupJH cimTtges In nirsl teachers, Loo1 Immature teachers, anil an Inauiriclent .tlie lack of science being mcnt-ioned In particular as one o[ Its I hat private about, die i- supply. Irjs log Ihe siiuaiiju in Alberta. "A mine I am ronnoc-icrl ho dectarcil, "nro'Jurci! mnr-.- dur- ing I'IL; inoiiih rsovtiiifn-r for any inunUi of Iho >v.ir. Hill v.c u.in- nut. the cara iu v.'hkh lo il. Tlie of ivheal all ilic stock r.t of the year, ,1'roin ihe of May until Ihe first of Kent ember, llic period during which Etriki.'s, is th In vrlikh to mine and' move cofil. Tho railruad'i tlien have thouFarids of Idle cflrs and can ha'.idle Ilia shiji- I think ilio should give B ol 3S ccnla a ton on coal freight during 'ticso inontbs, permitting dealers it cheaper and, tlius to sioct up without losing Dioocy on the investment" 'How Is the labor situation out ta Albcrla Thu Telegram. "The inLcrnalional uniuii ia fight- inp Uio O.ii.U. Your editorial slatc- nicnt ID The Totefe'ram regarding ll'.e reduction of the oC labor from eastern Europe as a result of the irar-ls only too truo. And not only has the source of supply of coal min- .ers dried, up, but thousands of Euro- p'pau .miners who hare amassed money in tnc mines have gorie home Need a Higher Tone 5. Barritt lells ol a h she Ecnt out end to which ahe had replica from fill over the provlnca. These replica Indicated a Bcrloua laclt I per ctnt. of. the commun-' hies had no Sunday school. Two-tlitrda ot.Uie rural'school dlsUlcta in AlbertA had no- church service. Tlie point made by Mrj. Borrttt ie llint'Q higher tone wlU need to be! given lo'cbuoliy life In AJhertn H Ihe fountain springs of liic proTlnce are tu strong and pure. The yonng people's denial, spiritual, and social Interests-will have to be better tfvo- rided'-r.or nuii.'juore Bound eUiIca put as Tell aa moro We are located in our new store. As an "Opening Special" are giving a Ten .Per 'Cent Discount On AH Lines of Shoes Please keep this in mind. AND SATURDAY, DEC. 12-13. SHOE STORE, 3rd AVENUE. NEXTKIRKBY'S. 16.spend It. Wilh cxcbarigc' as It tjelr led ay, a couple ol thousand dollars i O0ll farming." A morement along lafen lo Ilaly or Greece or to Ocr-, IK being made by tin Ui or means scyeral tlinps lhat amounl. Today Lh French fianc. norma-ly 20 celita. 13 onlj DM. cents, the Kalian lira, once 15 lo 2'> cents. telcne5 only 13 cents ol OUT money, and ted Farm women at the present Ume. FIRE AT HALIFAX HAblFAX I K. We are going to close out all our Japanese SILK GOODS AT WHOLESALE PRICES mart, ivhich beloro 1914, brought nJght dealroycd Bristoc's 23 ant! 24 cents, can now be and auto store here at a loss of about purchased with ce'uls ot !oor Five aulos and motor trcclta So returring natlres of these counlries can eichangc Iheir dian money for large sums. 'They will probablj, soon get of H at homo ami return to ,thQ' mines. Their fellow countrymen be eager to conic ond fi'el rich, too, IIul in tho.tncaiilinjB wa will be short oi. labor.'' You ahoulcl names on our German3, etc. And many of them were draw- ing as much RS ?22 a, day." "How far cast cnn Alhcrla, coal bo proMlahly shipped? asked Tlio'Tele- gram. "Winnipeg Id tlie limit, and thoio is no jirotlL In It Rt that .distance. IleRina. aoJ Saskatoon aro aliout the commercial linills. It IB a mlaror-' tune that Canada, with some of the largest coal deposits in Ihe world, should bo so dependent upon tho Staler. It seems to me, however, 1 Hint the Canadian Government should make some armugcrroeiit wilh j the Stales Uhoiigh don'L lake much CnnmliRn coal) to the effort. thnL Cor every one hundrcrl thousand tons of soft shipped from West- ern Cnnadu Lo the Western Slate which have very little coal, tho Pennsylvania mines ElroirJd nsrce to Ecnrt Easlcru Canada an MANY INJURED IN WRECK ON LEH1GH Coats, each................'..... 3aby Quilts, each Fancy Handkerchiefs to 95c 5ilk Silk, per to Table to Waist to Silk to Men's Silk to Ladies' Silk Gloves Children's Hand to XmasGredins Sc to 25c Fancy Box Chocolates...........'. 35c to 220 STHEET NORTH PHONE 1872 AUBURN, N.Y., Dec, No. 282 on Ihs Lehigh Valley Rail- road, Auburn division, was wreck- ed this morning a mile and a half couth of Harford Mills, a bar broke on the locomolivc ten- der and derailed the cars follow- AM went Inlo the ditch it 30 miles an hour. Many in- jured. Officials declare there would be but one killed. TWO C. P. R. MEN KILLED K, QIIG.J Dec. Two nic-rr MllcrJ snj four others Iiarlly JnjiiTcil al 2 ft'cloi-h this ino'rn- a C'anntlian PftrlJlo Kalhvay special tr.iin KoliiR lov..irtl Montreal, Chinese coolies from ovrrsoaa, with a frelpht tratR at Milan TICJU cjuo. Tho had hflr-n plarrd on a siding and (he switch In aonio way wax left open. The iiasa- cuglno collided with Ihe rear of the sending two cara oft Lhn (rat'k. The vlrllms arc M. If. Booth an'S J, U. Uuchpnan, conduftor and pnsseiy yer on I lie (rcirht. CYCLONE IN ARGEfJTlfJA MILKS, Dec. A cr done swppt over Posad LIK rnpim of Mir- pnivinco nl Mlgio .ind it h; more than a nf persons a vcs.'r- in rivor I'nrnnn, near (he Irnvn. Many of the principal buildings iii Posad us and inure Ihtin 200 rcsl dc-nrcjs worn vrcckotT. ulso oiifCtirL-J itow llic stor What to Give Should Not Worry You Get Busy With Your Christmas Shoppinq i t Take a look through our stock of gift things and you will see the useful practical Christmas-gift your friends will appreciate most. Don't delay making your selec- tions. Stocks are most complete right new. Christmas Kimonas and Silk Underwear VERY PRETTY AND USEFUL THINGS. COSEY HEAVY BLANKET KIMONAS EJdenlown Rlmonae, aaUn trimmed collar and oitta T-Ilh cord elrdie Bl waist, Priced as low ax and up to SILK KIMONAS Very de Qilne In Etyles In -Hatntai Silk and Crepe es o! roe, sty, maura and pink. were turned lu. the Why 0X0 Cubes sell by the Million; as told by people who use them I t. coarUet ol OXO cndj-oo >amc rttipM. hiibcrl U to I mtka tcitr dinncri wiifioot with ibe bclp ol OXO Cobei. ol ni; OXO CnbM 0d End Mj nV llHon, tcJ I avwced thit it Ti OXO Cobei em w wtll n bive fouad OXO diilmcl living There wit nevtr ticae nlica they iaald fce tied tfcre ol loodt. Don't let a cold it yet wonel FromYour Priced at J7.50, and COTTON CREPE KIMONAS Pretty Crepe Kimonas embroidered or satin (rimmed. Several styles to choose from In shades of blue, pink, row ami mauve. Priced at and HAND EMBROIDERED MADEIRA LINENS USEFUL.AND LASTING XMAS GIFTS Ruuners, Centres, Trays, Doylies. Corera and Uaby Pillows. BAnENBURG COVERS AND RUNNERS Round Centres 60c up to S1.95 43-inch Runners 75c up lo 51.25 46-inch Drawn Runnsra up to Square Cloths.............SOc up to 10-Inch Round at, ...............25c SILK AND SATIN UNDERWEAR Fancy'Cam'ioles al fl.OO, :J1.50, t2.00 up fj Silk and Satin Bloomers at 53.75, 51.55 and Combinations and Teddies at iip Silk and Satin Night Gowns at un to S10.CO Silk and Sitln Pelticoats ?5.CO irp to S7.50 XMAS GUT SPECIAL IN Women's Silk Hosiery Winsome Maid Silk Stock- ings in black, white, brown, grey, navy, purple and sand. Regular quality. Sell- ing 2.00 SPECIAL VALUES THESE, FOR BOYS' PULLOVERS, JERSEYS AND SWEATER COATS. Jerseys, priced at to Pullovers, priced at up to Sweater Coals, priced up to Some Splendid Coats for the Christmas Trade Silvertones, "Salts" Plush, Velouvs and Tweeds, all priced down to actual cost for quick sale. J95.00 and Fine Plush Coals, 70 t A fur collar and cuffa, reduccil lo I OfDU 59.00 50.00 39.50 29.50 J3Q.OO Clolh anil Tweed Coala on rA Kedurcd id 6iiDU Tweed and KCTECV (loals. 1 0 7 Reduced to 9 Pliisli Coats with fur collar. Reduced to J6B.OO PJneat Cloth CoaU, (ur Irimmeri. Rcdacwl lo }5Q.OO and Fine Clolh fouls. Reduced to......................-. Vclour and Silver tone Cloth Coals. Reduced to THREE BARGAINS IN LADIES' FUR CO ATS 1 only Rest Dark Rat Coat, ivllh extra deep collar and cuffs of finest beaver. Reg- ular vnluo S25Q.OD, for 210.00 oat, self col- ughout. Roe- 310.00 1 only, Plain Hudson Seal Coat, self col- lar and cuffs, nest linings throughout. Roe- 'ular value for..................... 1 onlr. Hudson Heal wilh black lynx collar and dc-op cuffs. The- finest Hud- son siat coat to be had. Mniln up in ono o( the smartGF-L styles of the season. (or JDlMJU We can show you an unbroken slock of Fur Sels m Seal, Sable, Lynx, Fox, Racoon and Collars; Stoics and Mufls. The Simpson Co. Ltd. Fourth Avenue of Post Office, ;