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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMDKIt ZMK.T PAGE ELEVEN International Unions Will Dis- cuss Their mers Won't Jlc Then: WASHINGTON, Dfic. ut tbo International unions of Canada and the United Stales, affiliated with Ihe American Federation of Labor be- gan i-jserublKig here today for coaterencc1 called (or tomorrow by the' federation's executive comnvlllee for discussion ol various mailers affect- uafon labor, Tbo steel and coal srtlkes are ei- peiltd to be among Lhe chief considered, but federation ofilefHis at- tach eveii greater impurlance lo the iu'jlalkm ct measures to oppose enactment of anti-strike legislation contained In the- Cummlua railroad bill belorc congress. Fanners' organ- iraltona have been Invited to send del- egates to tho conference, but Ihere seemed some doubt loilay as to Ihe number tbal would ancopl. Several lannera' societies at annual meet' toga declined to accept, but no word has been heard, from Ecveral, it was said today at lodcraUon headquarters. VILLAISTS LOOT HAGLE I'ASH, Texas. reprisal for the recent elocution of Col. Felipe AjiKole.i, S'lO Vllltilsts early ycElcrday iijorning Attacked thi! town of MuzQUla, stale of Coahulla tooling Uie stores and Hazing jievcral pruiulnenl cllixcns for hostages, ac- cording to Information received here me CANADIAN SALT CO. TURNING TIME BACKWARD length desired, three leci wtjo arvl one Toot deep, of two-inch pre- ferably dressed on imide race lie-fore coowienrlng Lo cover Iho ice icni eai'h timo with an inch of dry SDOW. Dj no; saturate the fiiow, but cover It -A-ith a layer of ire bv sprink- ling. Then hr-Rln lo fill box with water, two Inch--; at a Uino, It-ttlng each two inch "5 frct-ze solid lit Tort lfiK in tUy ceil two. Jtef-cat the 1-raticm until box is filled; re- the plank 5 and tin- into x.kF for iicniEe. Do no'. Jelay nrey- ilions far storing Ice until KXI late In tho fall, or the- ice supply next sum- mer will bo a minus qu-antily, ihe sauie'a.s it vas last. Cifr'. "h" ready hc-forc .vJmer. CANADIAN HEADS PHYSICAL DEPT. NEW YOUK. Dec. Brown, Jr., irho was a major In the Canadian army, today was appointed head of tbo physical department of the Y.M.C-A. In Xortli America, to succeed Dr. George Fisher, resigned. He will have charge of physical training- through- oat Canada and the United Stales. lias been appointed Woodstock citizens will vote on two by-lawa concoming the establish ment of tho Ilrunswick Co. and the Warren IMpo Organ Co- a. w. v. A. General Meeting WILL BE HELD Sunday Afternoon AT O'CLOCK IN THE CLUB F100M3 ill arc requested to attend, business ol vital Import- unce. J- TURCOTTE, Secretary. Palace Market Saturday Specials' Finest Boiling Beef, per Ib.................8c Finest Roasts of Beef, per Ib. and 15c Finest Legs of Pork, per Ib................32c Finest Shoulders of Pork, per Ib............28c Finest Legs of Mutton, per Ib..............SOc Finest Shoulders of Mutton, per Ib. .........Z5c Fresh Ox Hearts, per Ib.................. lOc Fresh Liver, 2 Ibs. tor...................15c We sell the best quality meals at lowest price in the city. You save 10% delivery charges by deal- ing at this market. Palace Meat Market 13th Street North Pfeone 431 Sensible men need an extra watch Particularly men wKo go in for sports or whose work isn't allwhite collar Watches are accurate, sturdy, good looking and low in price. A Tour-ln-hnnd stage coach made its appearance on tin Gfrcets of ihc Queen (Miy, but, cf course, tlic ladies who travel the store- of the populace were doing it in the cause of svreet charity. poration flt J19.4S a Ion cost J172.04, showing a heavy loss lo ihc Gay- ernment. In anltcipation oE the early re idvol of ihe war-lime prohibition ban, an additional K'M of whiskey has been shipped lo Chi cago from Kentucky. A riO-year-old imm found wander Ing on (lie water front at Oakland Cat., in rays, was nea arvaLlon that, ho tlicil shortly after e had a bank bopk fliowlcfc dcpoa i of York Times cable ?ays a. flrj sli syndicate hriG been Ionized ti (cr Austria lor tapeslrle: id ciber art collected In of Austrian emperors. despondent, Herbert Coslain reporter on the London AdTCrtlser wallowed carbolic acid and die lorLly after. Coslain was an H.A.r overseas. UP camo lo London year ago from Brantford, where lie ad becti ou Hie stuff of. tho Kipoai- Ho had previously been emnloy- d in TorJnlo, first on the stafC of le Mall and Empire and later, on a rade paper, and bad also worked on and Guelpli newspapers. town clerk nf Pembroke. Labor men in Woodstock have de- clfled lo a union store. Thos. H. field, a native of (Jail, was.killrd In nn auto accident ai Uy RJdge, KentocXy. Ijonkhart's garsKe at Kitchener ivas gutted ly- fire, and the loss Is estl- inaled at Cfllambln TJniraraiiy rotcci a Rcn- oral Jucreata lu the saUrloa of iti tcacbera. A total of J5J.OOO ivas obtained for 177 head ol registered Ilalsteins at a sale at Fond du Lac, Themtes are mvessilies, not Itir- urlCB, Bald a New York magistrate in lining a tichel sjieculator 5200. j Jaitiea Sritlon of Port Hope, seventy seven years old, was fatally injured while trimming .a tree Qiieen Mv.ry accepted au Indian name from the women of the Sin N'ationa Reserve near nrantford. Mayot_ Church declared before Grand Army of Canada that Toronto should have more seals in ibe legis- la lure, Robl. Calvin, alter nearly frj years' service on ibe staff, has been pro nioled lo the position of collector ol Customs at Hamilton, sufcecrtinK Lu ary collar n MI Scarf Sets for or women, lam ana scarf or loouu wid Boys' Fell Shoes. Brsl malva with heavy felt sob anil leather too o J r Cflp. alzea 1 to B JiTcJ Men's Fell Shoes. Wltli liphL leather sole, suitable osrarJntf with over- shoe or rubber, ?J. .value f f A Boys' Caps, Tn T-'Int- cr twccd, car J' bancls, -j In ;