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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I'UIDAY, DKCKMBKU 19111 i.KTimnmGK rreruui PAGE SEVEN UoLshcviki Advance in Caspian To Afghanistan J.0XDOX, Jlcc. serious sit- uation has dcvelojifd in trans- C'gplan region, as a ipsult, llol- allow, tlie llulshc- viX cJaiui !o hiiVfc rcaunjpd iho" ollvii- slvfc and. 10 occupied Kiua Tim prilleh ofMco. hcts no i-on rirniaiion of this rcjjofl.'lmi ice truth generally ucci-pti-d. It. Is palmed out ihui the liolMic-viV; advance la IMs region niifchi result !d a grave position for1 IJrltnin In Asia, ns the Holslierlk successes brltig thorn In rlosoi' roln- lions with Afghanistan and crcaln L. danger thai Itiosc: iwo inlluiiiircF ad- verse to Ilrileln will cpnibinp, lu inako iroubUs on the border u! Inclin. It is i encoded lliii I lie IJolshcvlk tu ia have :i common rieslre to .s iit llriiain in ALL-RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT GENERAL ttl him wiih .1 Hs'J Usl lr LSt A-iJ htT) aV 'iirii BALoitDn.il. BOYS' PURE WOOL WORSTED JERSEYS Successful Men Always Saved habit oF saving meant ihe sirengihening of character. ihemonty saved ihey were able 10 ad- vantage of oppenurj- Cciu-ral Kulclipk. oumy or I 111- I HUM Ui VJi la the coinmltiee. wblch lias j fnr Uie fur i View Expressed by O'Connor of the Hoard of Commerce. docs a clruiee, but the Ilrllish imblic wants an Iniprou- ment in lUo slaiMlanl public Such it Is cuntendO'l, ivcmld bp> poucral through etate pureljuso an I i-'imrol ct ifco It IT hinted Mayor Me Pride, ot lrainfonl. way a iMnl term. m'i'-iry bus ihai Trice? of re- tabor i? soli'l'ij" iii liivor of M'.nln Mfih (or !l( Winnipeg tcLeiuc. It Jejinre.-d in foavcoiioii nl Ail-unk- City j Jones, L', Einmernon and 'limizr; K. Cartlirigc. Penile; hen. 1, 5. liehvijj, city, L'. Coo. Jones; cock- erel, J. S. 2. C'co. Jones, J, K. CanledRC, Ferule; pnllet. :rco. Jojics. 1, S, Helwlg, IHrh llarrcd 1, West- irooh KOHS Wallace, city; ___ _ ___ ion, 1 ami Htisa Wallace, West- Sooncc. ami HardlDi; Unis'; cock- broot liros; cockerel. 1 ami Hoss c-rcl, 1. J. McCartrr. 2, Wm Jacobs; i Wallace, Wesibrook nullcc, rrjulk-i. i, J. u. McCarter, I ;md 3, 2, Hoss Wai- -Jacobs. Hen, II. li. Myers- pullei, J, JJ. -Mycri Speckled 1, J, D. M fi- ll arred 1 anj 3. Itosa Wallace, 2. Wesibrook Bros.; liens, 1 and 3, Wallace, 2, West- rook Ilros.; cockerel. 1, Wcstlirook Bros., i nnd 3, Hoss Wallarci ;mllct i, WcBlbrcxik Uros, am] 3, iloss [arc. While 1, J. C. cockerel. 1. F. Senior, city. 2, II. U. r.ullei J, 'J'and 3, F. Senior, city, Huff 1, Frc.l. I'latt, hen. 1 and 2 ,Krcd rhltf pul. let, 1, Fred Plait. I. Joim Cun- lltfe, Fenile, 2, J. D. Mct'aricr; hen 1, John Cunliire. Dark J. C. .Miller Selkirk. IJlack UmRshan.- Coclv, 1, II. P .Myers, 1, Andrew Graham; lieu, 1 am 'i, A. CraLam; cockerel, 1, A Graham; pullet, 1, A. Graham.- White 1 and 3 A. Grab am, 3, EdtrJrds IJros.; cock- erels, 1 and 2. A. Graham, D Myers; pullet 1 and 2. A. Graham White' 1, 11. Myers. Ulack 1, H. 13 Partridge 1, Jas. D MeCarlcr. L. C. 1 and 2, F. 1! 1, Ceo. I, Geo. Kraclie. Carter. A. C. V. Frache, cily; Sumatra 1, U. U. -M yers. I, J. C- Miller; cock- trt-1, J. C. Miller; pullet, 1, J. C'. Miller. Just What You Wanted FOR THE CHILDREN'S ROOM WE HAVE Tlit-rc arc a m.mlier of designs tbat -would accord with your [lining roam fufnlUire and ncltl n nolc o( clioer especially iu Christmas Season FOR THE LIVING ROOM Hc-Iue'. cnG d[ cur nrtio'tic IhaL you will never lire of. I HAVE BARGAINS IN JOB LOTS OF WALLPAPER. JUST ENOUGH FOR SINGLE ROOMS. YOU WILL HAVE TO 1 HURRY TO GET IN ON THIS; AS WE HAVE ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER OF LOTS. I Wellington Bros. SHERLOCK BUILDING. AUSTRIA CONCKHNED ABOUT FOOD SUPPLY PARIS, Doc. Dr. Karl llc-nncr, WJNXJPBO, Pec. ij Ube of liigh cost of llvtn.; [r.Jay igc- of lay of and de- mand: you may1 IF well I'.iJrnit foinrfiliElcntr K. O'Connor, ot (he board of rojonivrcc, tu Jains-a N.' juatiajter of Ihf1 j Crtscrrtt company, ai fulluning a hy Mr. that as lilh firm was il ail- TQnlage of foreign Oomand, htciuse! E! Is business." r, In his opJniun, COST, of bvitltr t-liDuUl'lit llio toiisijnitrfl, or it It siioal to pay price j on la-tivy u iir.d oilier -jusis. Mr. Car- i ra refitFOd to admit ihat was iiistrimicnial in liotiMiiiK the of butter. coin-j petition way JUPROAR IN THE I GERMAN ASSEMBLY' DKIIL1X, trir "uuric nt LIU atiuck in ilu1 ihin nioi'ii-; i on ihc urntrgeiii'v levy ijruiiofcil I by MuUniCe vice-tironik r ;nij imnisitM1 uf finantp. Deputy )Iu- gcnlitry shouted "If yni] iiroiiosc lo lend Ilic (jcrmnns; inU) foreign economic slavery, don't you permit Hie uuteiUe lo oc-1 cupy Uie llubr dlfirttt immcdiaiply.'1 HEs questioii caused a slorm of re-i scnimcni from tlie cetilrc ami the left. I The houic ivfls in such ;in upronr tbat And. Shop Early! Silver Grey 1 and cSancellor of llic Austrian republic! HiiBcnuerg was shouteil down. Vice- irrlved In Paris Lbia mnrnlni; to lay chninnaa Kuysnian vainly called for Jetorc the peace ronfFranco authori- t, llowland Xess, Winlon; hen 1 and l'f li. Ness; cockerel, 1 and 2, n. Ness; imllel. 1 and II. Xess. awarcla lo Gco. Hurst, 1. H- E Gray, 2, Ralph Hair; hen, 1 H Gray, 3, II. D. Myers. LAXITV CLEARING UP MINE FIELDS order :in the critical sltvialloo in Austria lolatfTC to food. PAIIIS, Ucc. 11. supreme council of lha confer- ence Iras anstvercd .1 From Premier ol in ivlilch the the delay encount- v MINERS PROFOUNDLY IMPRESSED INDIANAPOLIS. Iml.. Dec. v creel in .sending Hunganan delegates 0- President John L. TUP: HAGUE. Dec. ques- tion of rcFDonsibilily for ship- ping circles consider to be Iniity in sweeping the mine riclil in (he North Sea has been marine circles and lias been tlie subject of iiuesti ti (he Dutcli iiarliaincni. Scarcely n rtiy passed in several vecks "it'uon poine casualty along the Dutch or Danish coasts. Men from Uie crew or tbc L-iberly iverc nftcr Ihnt steamer was duniEgcd by a mine, have not been fount] and, the captain of the boat lold the Associated Press to- night he was inTcaMgating the report. that they had been landed at a Ger- man port by fiFlicrmen. Germany was assigned, to Lhe duty of clcarlnfi tbesc waters and German sweepers are working, but owing to the unfavorable Ecasini, progress has bccit blow. Holland has placed ships and beacons at danfiorous points, but tloca not have tbc ncl or material to equip an efficient service. tu Neuilly was caused by tlie tact Ihat of the were prliufiera in Rumania. The council refused to cuter into a of this matter and renewed Us Invitation to Hungary to ser.'l rrpresr-niailvr? ni once. Llzzir Goodland, TV ho was charged In IxmiloD wltb abandoning her babe, was dlscbnrgeu, antl tbe mun who laid J.be cbafge with being the lather. of the United Mine Workers of America, Ibis ntternoon answered the tele- pram received from PresMent Wilson this morning. Mr. Lewis told the president the lEino workers nis "profound- v ly improssert with, itc sssur- Races ol fcilr .extend- v cd ty him. Go to a good dealer TO-DAY and select Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens as Christmas gifts for your friends. Such a gift is received instant pleasure which grows into daily increasing appreciation. Writing becomes; a positive pleasure There is a Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen to suit every person, purseand purpose, but it stands to reason the earlier you thop, the better vvill be the selection offered by the stores Sold by the dz everywhere. JVnrcJt'i oblc until the ts i L. E. Waterman Co. Limited 79 Sc James St., Monlrenl Ncit Voit Do< l.ondoa Chicago San FnndKO Paris Closing-Oat Sale arc going lo close oul all oui' Japanese SILK GOODS AT WHOLESALE PRICES FAVORS SUSPENSION OF I INTERNATIONAL PAYMENTS LONDOX. f-ulnr-j prise will never rectify the present fi- i najiclal siluntioa. throusliout tho j j svorlcl, according lo Baron 1 who has ;ust returned from (he UnJ-j led States. In an Interview published In the Dally Mall this morning, Haron Swaytblins says be hclieves an Inter-1 nalional agreement by government.1) i bricemcd can alone relieve tbe dead-. lock. He favors the sjspcnsion of in-1 (ornad'onal payments llie !iHiC3 and nny ncuirals who desire to enter Into tbe agreement for "reproduc- tive" imports ol machinery and raw materials. Tbc suspension, lie saya, might be, perhnjis, for ihrcn .years, and, of course, tinder government giianinleea, "I'olillciaus In tbc I'nited Slates scarcely anything outslda their own he says. "Thry take in neltbcr politically nor commerci- ally a world-wide worthy of Ihdr ally n world-wide view worthy of ihclr great country. And the trade unions, (oo, are parochial nnrt tbink more of maklnK n point In (Jinn of (he real welfare of Ihclr onn country ami tho world.1' Baby Coals, Baby Q-.iilts, L'. Fancy Handkerchiefs..............75c to 95c Silk Stockings....................... Silk, per to Table Covers to Waist Lengths...........'.....jl.CO to Silk to Men's Silk Shirts.............. to Ladies'Silk Children's Hand Bags............ZSc to Xmas Greeting Caret's................5c to 25c Fancy Box Chocolates............35c to BING WO 320 13ln STREET NORTH PHONE SIR WM. OSLER IMPROVING llec. Osier. rcRlus iirnrcssor or Oxford tJiitvnraily. nno has bcrn ill for was tliBhuy in conrlUion lorlay. Sir IVIUJam a native yl Tor onto, pnsscd his fcvnnlictli blrllulay iMinlrersarv last July, lie was strick- en with nneiimnnlti In November, but convalcsrcnt ahonl the mldrllc of tlie moiitb. Private advlcca reaching this country wllhjn tbe day or hvo atiiiouncetl however, (l he Imd taken a turn (or the vrorsc nnd Hut his condition rcgsrdctl serious. STAY OF ONE WEEK FOR EMMA GOLDMAN WASHINGTON, Dec. su- preme court today declined lo inter- IFTO vfilb Ihe rk'porlallon prococdings Alexander Ilrocltman, annrch- 1st, but grnntcd n aloy or ogo week In _tlic caso of Emma ?n the {stay In tlia Gold'nan c.nso TTaa under- to Imvo Tosnltcil cllallons miulo In her bnhnlf ihrvt while n IUis- by she n.itiirrtllzcd Featuring Christmas Extras Valuable and Most Acceptable Gifts May Be Obtained from the Season's Showings Decide That GIFT Problem Today Give Him Something to Wear Special offering of Men's Bathrobes, as- sorted patterns Special value in Neckwear, regular to Saturday only Silk Neck to Mocha to Silk Lined Gloves, Wool Gloves, pair......75c to Wool Neck lo Sweater Coats to Fancy Armbands in fancy boxes, per pair ................50f. to 85c Men's Smoking Jackets, well tailored, price to Men's Plain Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, each................35c to 75c Silk Shirts, lots to choose from, priced to Men's Silk to Fancy Lisle Hose.......65c to Dress Shirts, assorted patterns, priced at.............. to Men's Fancy Cuff Buttons, priced at, pair.............. 50c lo Special Value in Men's Heavy Winter Apparel For Saturday Only All Wool Heavy Ribbed Combinations, regular value Sale Price, per Heavy Ribbed Wool Combinations, regular To clear at, per Medium Weight Combinations, regular value To clear at, per 'Medium Weight Wool Combinations, regular value J8.50. To clear at, per MEN'S OVERCOATS Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular BIG DISCOUNT ON MELN'S SUITS FRED THAELL'S SISBthStreetSoulh ;