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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE EIGHT rnv: i.irmnmnr.F. nAn.v TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1919 c> O 4 'J Grwfrlcs, LethbrHsP MervanUle, v riuukcll and Sarape. K. W. Wallace Farm Proposal in JSOON START TO Mexico Reads Tike a flic CAUOAHV. Brtf.-Gen. tiectloz with the ejieblijhtatni c( Inodel (aim !n ileilco reiiis page for nbtorbir.s nominee and Is onlr by his rjosi remirk- able meteoric career during the After (ho conclusion of hostilities. Gen. CYltchley. who br tbe wu bom In Calgarj, ioon on He oc- etn on one of his numerous trips for naktax rioter liaison fcetwoea tlie iwo continents. In York he met a young ileilcan ci :he same of Del Hio, irhosa father was slid to hire been ona ot the men in Meiico. These younff men became Interest- ed in other and gradually the Wei cnme to Ihe general of establish- ing a 'arm for British ei-ofllcers In VANCE MEETING IN CALGARY FRIDAY A ot stockmen, vct- erinnriMio Hnd government MS- rk-uli'jral deiMrlmoul oIliciilK will ba tell In Caljarv Kri- diT waen Ihe whrle'auSJrci of ihe flight ajtlnst cianso TVlll be The roiult vlll li'tejv bo a ol which. It Is will Micceed Co., Terry HnJ KeM ami Mr. Uonfa- din I for cJgure and cigarettes. STEAMER- REACHES PORT THOUGH DISABLED X I NORTH SYHNEY. X.S.. Dec. !3.-- SeTenty hours out (rum St. Iterre. tbe N steamer Propatrift arrives! here al 6 ii'clock thli morning undi-r hpr oyrn X'steam, ilthouga Jor luur drrltpd st the mercy o.' tfce sci. o( She FOR E1VA President Ixmpivorlh, oT the G. V. A, lb In the riiy after aiterfi- Ing the Yrlerans' ctmioutloii in Ed- monton, where hq bandied the givel will bn submitted la detail to tho lacal vpterjua later on. lu regard to The bonus kind of ti cash grat- uity PQ an wiualltr basis wiu dla- (iiasad. It was decided to recommend Die Dominion command to have the claut- C3 in I he cousUtntlftn In to the ol the organisation deleted Tho Labor to the cQnvcn- tiDn wore tree opportualtj (or syeeeh HI the luncheon the by lio prorlntial govern- ment, tlie clly of Edmonton, the Knlgbts of Colnoibua. For TUQ iLlrd year In euccetslon Mr. jngworih wai eltcted to I be execu- Lie committee. of a month or siv II slid he hoped tlen'Stti'r Hi gridull reduction of tte llrili debt same meant keeplog on the Job jQWfjjror threa hundred days in the year. IBS overy oco 111 the one hundred aud People's Forum THANKS THOSE WHO HELPED Editor, LAlhbrirtge Herald L Sir, Hcre-wiih 1 have much pleasur In lonrardlDE you cheque for SI-S.T1-1! (or laf- Herald C'jrii-imiis Cheer Kurd, (he proceeds of ihc LoM OB behalf of tbo same on Monday ere- liours to the bad hygienic conditions. Several deaths of co inpJical assislmcfl are said to have occurred at 1-as Cash Gratuity There Tore somo TO resolutions brought up at the convention. These Merico. ning nt K. of P. hall. He returned to London, Eosland, I have lo express my thinks (or and at a meeting that was called lor j iho kindnefs ol ifce ladies of ilie cliaii- tils Uie Uea was liken .IP icrs ot iho I.O.D.E. iu-ihe ciiy in jm> The suggestion !n brie! which he'pu: to them was thai a committee should be The men Ihit entered tho scheme -were lo ravage thomsolTes anil organiie mucH .-.ftcr thfl oi an oSlcersMneEE. It was figured that livinR ospensee fnr the year would lie 51.000 each. Al the end ot R year, if they hid ap- to Uen. Crlti-Wc-y to be fit tor the jab, they would be fillowei to lease land from hid and start on their own. the relreshuients free; for i Harper's prchestrn in fur-i Splendid Evening's Entertain- 1 ment Provided and Thor- I oughly Enjoyed j nisIiLDS their services free; Hie K. of Tiie rafwrs r.nap P. hall for the rf the hall ai MU uislit price; lo Mrs. MclTilyre. who freely land from and start on their own. iifff When the plan TTIIS rnada known ii III My 11 Si t h M arouaed much cariosity and -peculn- I I jl J ff lion ID International circles. The ever- till iU MUUI ui the "Y" Tom csll- in the 150 vciorADs present for belied wiili ihe coffee, etc, nnJ u cheers tn.l 2 uger fur ihc direc- pnbllc -who luiroiiizeil tbc Hance wra of ihe Y. M. C. A. Tho direucors teg It liie Ilu-incial success it WJE Yours truly. C. II. COCQ. ma -n-alchful and tboroughly efficient sec- ret aerrice besan'houndinE the young General. Before he realized irbaL was Jtappenlns, Scolland Yard, the Amer- ican secrpl service and represenla- tires ol the Carranza were camped on bis trail.- All ibis ralher anv.sed the general. Eventual- ly Gen. Crilcrliloy went-io Mexico and II is slated his scheme met with the fall approval of Carranza. It unrter- ctood he Is now completing arrange- ments to carry tMs Into effect- (he "Y" want to msko ihu building j grojtor community service and it was a happy idea of Pri'sifient Ncl- J son's when he ihai Iho ro-; turned nit-n or Leibbrldge shoulj be five a a welcome home at tbg "Y" and have a chance to gci first hand oT its activities, i j Soon after S o'clork the lialcony ol i 'the gym. was crowded and a lively prusrjiinnc a bas-j jket, baJl match between twu teams M i "Y" Ihon a l-our.' whli'h made Ihe blood then a; br-iiD? match anil finally a gymmsTin j display liy Mr. Kilinor and his class j won UDboundDvl applause from i the guests. The syni stunts having been pulled off the Yds Intermingled Dec. llanr.s-) with ihe "Y" Ladles' Auxiliary and; worth, for foreign af- the director's wives, were sealed hi ihe falrf, replying Jn tLe house ot coin-i auditorium whrih was fillcrt lo capr.c-. mons lo a question P.S to and pivcn r. ?plenjlhl Eupper. The iliere .Toiild be any too4 in Auslrin direct-Dps were .the waiters and even- alter Jan. 31. declared that they wore ihey spilled a MUle coftee, showed i In their power lo re I by their willingness they were cilgaty j eniious (.0 ple2sf. f the clinking of crockery had ceased, R. P. Wallace, Ln a fc.w well Need is To Find Organization Through Which to.Co-Or- dinatc the Whole Says Balfour relict for Anslria were saprenit coanci! after ihat body bad heard a lengthy prpsentalic-i pf iiis calion's presented by Dr. Karl Lho AaiEtnan chan- cellor. It was decided that 'as u firs: ilere the Anslrtan sllnation. Emtrgflncy Measures PARIS, Dec. measures of by the chosen words welcomed the returned men on behalf of the "Y" directors _ and railed on all present, not veter- .ins, Tor ihree cheers nud a tiger for the hoys'. With the help or the ladles -----I this reciuesl was to in a step hi relieving Ibe Austrian food spirited manner. enortaee 30.UOO tons cf food shouTi be The had now discovr-red that EcnL to Trieste to be shipped Ihence the "V was a place whcrn a laugh Inln A tGrrilory- i was encouraged, a smoke was In or- 1L was announc- der and they wort- being made to feel LON'DOX. Dec. Arthur Bilfoor, speaking at the an nual meeting of the Empire Parlia- mentary said ti-it iT the jrreat group or frea British democnc- its had oaly oiisted for lie purpost of fighling the recent war. it vould not have existed in vainr but wn must remember that monirats ol prodisiou were always followed by per- iods of reaction! >Ve could not eipect to he free from Ihis In our Imperial relations. The difficulty which states- men ol England and the Dominions had oiperienced for a generation or more was still vrilh MS of finding some organization which shall Increase unity or action without wilh ths absolute autonomy of tha contlltnent elements of the great coro- znuntly of nations. Sir Donald )IcLean, Ldberal leader, "Who followed Mr. Bal- four, said there was peace through- Dot all parU ol the Empire, la re- gard lo lie movement toward direct ction the true way to moot that was lo demonstrate that parliamentary action te the only sound way by-which peoples can be Koverned. TV. A, Adamson, Labor leader, said (he world was indehled lo the Brit- EmpiTe tor saving civilization and .WDuld be indebted Lo ft again for bulldJnf it up again. epeater Lowlier, 'frho presided mentknied the conferences orer which he had presided ind said It ma ttep toward the federation of parllamenLs of Ihe- British Empire, aJ Ihoofh believed that WM still a rery way oft. ed Lhat Ihe healLh of Premier Clemen- ceau was perfectly satisfactory tbjj moruJne and no bulletin was issued, the meeting- the council was Leld at his residence. The council took up the question o! the desire of Voralberp, the principal- ity In the lo detect itself from Austria. II was decided to use every means lo assure, lie unity of lie principality wllh as OTldcd for by the treaty of'SL GST- OBITUARY The dekUt occurred In this city las r.lgbt afLer several we-Jts of Illness, o Mrs. Robert Jlogfira, aged 66 years, horns of her daughter Mn. Hedenilrorar ITOfi ?th ATCTIUO norl! Mia. Rogers wai bom In Rochesle Indians, In 1853 and came to Canac In 1309, having lived with her daug ter durinp the past years. 9h leaves lo moum her lois Mr and Mr Jlendeastrora and four erandchlldre of this cltj-, aTao alatcra, aU reside ID the States. The ftioerfcl will take place (rom th residence of Mr, loui row afternoon at 2.30. Interment tho publfc cemelory, T. S. Fetter funeral director. TEOAR Their died In the cily on Dec. Ml Martin Teds-r, aged 62 yearj. T: remains were forwarded from Fetk ly'a perlorfl on (hfa aftcTDOon'a (a to Taber, whore burial will lake plac Deceased was a, farmer I-Taber. WARNER Tiiere dfed In the city on Dec. lit Margaret Helen, aged 10 months, I fant daughter of Mr. aijrf ?.Irs, Per Warner of TJlacJcle, Alia. The fu era) took place this afternoon at 4 m. from Fsllerly's parlor.i, nor; Cap TJenoon offlclallrnj. Intermont >Tzce la 1he public cemcLery. U. CREDIT FOR EUROPE tVASHIXGTON, Dec. ECU c afioplcd laday the conference re- rl on the Edge hill, authoring 07- alion of corporations to extend edit In Europe, lo eLlniullte export ade. No record vote taken and e meapiire goes to the prosi- nL at home. No wonrti-r tben that every Horn on the ciccllent musical pro- s'ss encored. Mrs. Hugh Crawford was first on th? list or sing- rjj, tlien V.'cMlDBlon. conjuring by Mr. S-vadl, pong by Mr. Thompson, song by C. Farrant and real comics by Joe Millar and C. Westley. Tom Long worth voiced the seati- mants or the vetreans present in one of characteristic speeches and the evening rarne to a close wlih tho sing- of the natloDal anthem. Where 50 many sn splen- didly to nuke ths syenlug a suc- cess is impossible to m-inllon the nimcs of all conremcrt. The presi- dent commlilct In charge, con- of Messrj. K.r Jones, W. Lowe and A. Hnalim wlih to specially thank Mrs. Wcller for tho manner In which marshallerJ "Ihe eals." Campbell, Wilson and Home, Western Give the Kiddies a Real Treat this Year it aNEWUDlSON this Christmns for the Kiddies. If Uie New Jidisou were your gift in the home this year it would make this Christmas stand out long to be remembered. 9k NEW" EDISON !2fe fhonoaraph wtih a Soul QEVCT grows old; it will be a tiling of joy not only to the kiddies but also to the grown-ups, who will be riianned at the rare selection of music that will then be at their command. You know the NEW EDISON is the phonograph that has proved that its rcproduc- lions arc the same as the artist's original perfomiajice. j Come say to-morrow, and we will talk over the matter of a phonograph for Christmas, Special terms if desired. Assiniboia Music Company, Ltd. 315 Sixth St., S. Phone 1545 Mrs. DDEClDfo ns drowned wblle Yldaj- evening. of Port Dorer, allDE at ITHl CHEW 1Y NEWFOUNDLAND DOQ CUJftUKQ, NfM.. IS Tht uid crew of Ibe cotstAl ttauuer loff 92 pervooi, broickt on m life Llns wblch irii run out Irau the chip by Ntvloundluid 4o( their piled, op on Point Tti> ten o( HTM kt IM 1111 1i hi it BLUERffiBON TEA Happy, cheerful people are nearly always those who drink only Blue Ribbon Tea. They simply couldn't be any other way when enjoying this fra- grant tea, or even 'when remembering it._______ 65 air Dessert Dinner 99 AT THE Empire Jewelery Store Out Of Business AND MUST CLEAR OUT ENTIRE STOCK OF WATCHES, DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY, TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY NOW TO BUY YOUR XMAS PRESENTS AT YOUR OWN PRICE. Fill out this coupon and give it to your news boy or Crystal miik driver. Pleaso dullvcr to Mrs. (Address) on Chi'islmas morning. Quantity lints of Furor Ice Cream Prizes Given Away Free Each Sales a.m. and 2 p.m. Until Entire Stock is Sold. F1VIPIRF -1 XJIYII STANLEY THORNE, AUCTIONEER iWELERY STORE DALLAS BLOCK LETHBR1DGE Leave this coupon out lor the milk driver with your bottle Christmas morning. I ordered of.............. Ice Cream. Enclosed pi-rase find .............r.... cents. Give the children Ice Cream. They like it. It is godcl for ihem, Phone us for special orders, Order early, not later than December 22nd DAIRY LIMITED PHONE 1576 ;