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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FHllUY. nECEMBRR 11. 1017 THE LETMRmnr.K DAILY 1IEIUU) PAGE FIVE Calflary, Dec. rtporla to the commission investi- gating the cost of living for the cost mfners and the operators the Calgary session, it that iht increase for the period Investigated will be greatly reduc- ed to that recorded for the period of time previously invcsiigaied. F. E. Hnrrison, assistant to W. H, Armstrong, commissioner for the government in charge of ad coal mine operations in the west, is in charge of the Investigation. SOCIALISTS ENDORSE UNION GOVERNMENT J, Up- jihllz, president of !hu So'.'lalisl- Hebrew party ul ami u Socialist leader of interim- tlonnl today a manifesto to hEs rollmvi-ia an- councluK his adherence to tlio Union Kuvernment aud v falling upon KUx-ialist He- brews to sjitporl ihe tcovcMiment. mm mm MUCH SNOW Washington. Dot-. of tho country was In tho grip of storms and cold weather today ninl under :over of snow throughout its northern pr.rts.l almost from the Atlantic to (lie I'acif Kail aud wire traffic were much im- peded. The unseaaouibtu cold extends (o tha Ciulf stales. DRIVEN ASHORE An Atlantic Port, Dec. Xova Scotia WanELa. of 4i> tons, was driven on an Island at the entrance to the harbor during a galo today and probably will be a total Tha crew landed safely. loss. WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmitjiing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHt HARDWARE CO. PHONE London, steady progress towards the dcs red goal is being made by the allies, de- spile some untoward occurrences, is the firm conviction of Premier Lloyd Giorge, he declared today. It is because of this fact, the premier said, that he would regard overtures to Prussia the moment when her m Htary spirit was drunk with boastfufness as a betrayal of 'lie trust of himself and collegaues. The premier's words were: "It is because I am firmly convinced, tiiat despite 'some untoward events, despite discouraging ap- pearances, we are making steady progress toward the goal, that I wou'd regard peaoe overtures to Prussia at the very moment the Pruaelan nvlltary spirit is drunk with ES a betrayal of the great trust with which my colleagues myself have been charged." Halifax. Dec. McUroA- n. able seaman of tlm cttsw uf Ih6 eamer In vrfis the lirst witness tills iLiurning's session of the court Inquiry Into tho Mont nianc-ituo col- lision, precipitated the Halifax disldter. JMcHrossou was one ol the urew ut a steamer anchored at a pier near Clio sceue ot ilio explosion, ilo was liuloiv at lime ;uid Ihia probobly saved his JUc. lie said that 'latncfl folloivcd the collision between the two steamers, and Htanc sectneJ to be working towards the city water front, while tin- lino beaded for Dartmouth. The- other witness this morning was A. B. Jonas, third officer of Ihe Imo. The crew of hio tie said, constat- ed of Norwegians, Swedes, Danes and a Frenchman. There were no (Jerinans or Austrlans on board. Tho witness said that