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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE FOUR IUU.Y FRIDAY, DECEMBKR 19, 101'J She Devalb BIDcvt.i DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors ana Pu THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED J26 6th Street Seuth, Lelhbriojf W- A. Buchinn President taJ lohn Tcrrincc Uusioc-fi in Xrw !u l DoiiiiiiMEs tin- ir.a !Q consHfriss At Irish Rrari dlflkultlri sarrouci oflnnot bj njlaimj'fd. It j. our outLorlty lo coalfcue lio DELAY IN SETTLEMENT OF IRISH QUESTION 3y the action ur. ilie ot IrrbJfl !n tbc Uriiisb House of Common-, in the motion given notice of railing cn ihe UoTenimcot to ea- force lair and onlcr iu Ireland irhh- otii rroceciiins T-Mlli ibe Home TVjls Bill, Uie settlement cf the veied quenien Elands to le rurthcr delayed. The delay anticipated in deiting T.itL tte Irifli is one Khlch te received wUh rdgro-. lie Em- yirc over. The qnesiioa is noi merely a. local coctiucd 10 Great BrUniu anJ Ireland. H is au Empire quesiion of van'ing interest but oi interest all tlie same In every part of Ibo Empire. In some parts of iha Emnirr, such 25 ibo Cocinion- T-eallh oi-Auslralia, it is a question of live interest anil injected i'.sell into politics as sTiown iu inn receu: election there the -redoubtable Mr. Hyan taking a leading part In it. It Australian riews can be sensed aright, lbe o' CoDimon- of the Irish ciuesllou. They welcome an Irish settlement and ac- cept it as a supreme sign Brilein's leadership- They recognize Vividly, according to an autuoriiy, ihe dVsroplivc intlu- of the old quarrel. U dislocAles their politics rilslnrbs coaimnni' tics. Tnc local eltecL teases and em- tarrassc? theni, and they arc iempt- r ihc ChrlstmEs tree School Concert to he lielil in ihc l.O.O.F. hall And theu this writer recalls the I r-em in Knights or Labor. While not aU oJ depol 0Jfice snd bought r. he were aaarcbista JGranil Trunk Pacific lirhel to or Socialists, all trere sworn at initla- j W She made her from lo support Government owner- ihc Expected lady is the rftal wouwn j Kriilay evening. Dee. 19lh. Asplen- a so? rcriialions dia- nrosraiu of rcriialions. dia- Ingues nntl drills wiU bo given. Santa Tlaus is expected lo visit the hall ill at evening. The Women'? will hold Ihc-ir last rpeetlng of in ibe Rest room on Saturday, Dec. 20lh. Special .Ticket Agent Casey iind when Flic I program. The Institute hope to have "handed him a Rank of Montreal! a large attendance. ot all public utilities. TUiy order, werp aroused. I 'Hie -tiunday school ot ihe trailed Tberfe is a gocd understanding o[ Uie dltnculties- and a vt-ry sym- pathy -with hoih sides. The rsiiKious is appreciatci] ond I be dcli- eacj- of rhe Ulster position Is sJvcc due weight. Out for some thousands oT mJles away tbe main point that itands out IE Itat and Ire- land have quarrelled so deeply that neilnw will trust (be Arid tbe Jiiongly doralnaoL ia ihal thia should be ended by granting Ireland Ibat to she ha? p.iways had a just This yiew becomes ail the slronger as politic? become more acd more eaaiejbed In Irishsss. and Ihe eleclor becomes more and more perturbed about iis local clfecls. These i-rfc-cls araouDl, lo nothing mors nor tban the aleady ELrengtfceDing nl ihe (orcef. In Anslralia U it almjil iolely tlie Irish Indufince Trhlcti tends lo give to national unneceisarily and R separatist aim, Young men nalurallj: siring the Le't, Here Uier become the prc> ot astute Anti-Brillrh leaders, This hlocli vote Is so auuslanlial na lo be almost dominant. It defeated lbe conseriplion referenda, and has undertook to fase fill and dJfTrsanlliig craft and trz.da Jines At Ihe peak or its power, about !SSG. uheu it was supposed to I be a forrai-Jab.'e poh'Ucel and its myVerloiia coballatlc sixns chalked on sidewalks Caused heart palpitation and .spine quiverlns aicocs local poIiticlaoE, Us membersiip siai- ed ei SuO.jui'r. Jt also usually ivas at war -with tha A. F. of H was split .iy order Casey's werp eanters -AS the woinnu hail secured sd several j Church mil have its nunual Christ- ..undred dollar bills from Ihe Uank ol was tree and pnlerlaJiiment on Chrisl Montreal wlica she cashed a mllllhi I Kve- in (fie church check for Jhuilding. were ai iince ncjtiii- M. ilillard. i.'ulgary. was a bus I- PA AICKED UP IN SSING TOK THE BCJV UAN Notice To Farmers Who may have Vegetables, Poultry, Small Hogs, Beel and Pork, Eggs or Butter for Sale. Giro, us n trial. We aeed all this and will pay tho right price for same. SILVER GRILL N. H. MURRAY MANAGER od hut did not arrive on ihe 5cenc vjsilor in town last Thursday and] .4. jos LaT5onr OUswa roiinurymnn and well kuoTVa citizen, Is tietd. Salmond's hotel at Grande Prairlo was burned. Dr. W. D. Donald Is Ihe new Peace Hirer. t The B. C. legislature opens on Jan- uary 29tb. Hon. T. A. Crerar uredicta 7? farm- er members in the next Federal par- liament. Stephen Maccy died al Port Arthur, aged 102. Angus McLennan, a resident of llediclae Hat aince K-03 Is dead. Regiaa'a present population ia eEiuu- ated at 35.003. J. C. Cooltc was elected mayor of Mooalmiu by a majority of eight over LSI after 5he train oiil. ing to the police, ilie woman iti ques- tion entered ihe Montreal bank about Monday aficraoon presented a genuine military cheque for iiid was, given the wllhoui [question, J500 beinff retained dJi nd tltiUoa thovs it la hs more an ilingc-r'juj and position In inslralia is parallel- no Ilghl3 on auto. Thtre accounting for tlio oiit' flnc'l for "HL up" I other becunc he wjis nol. j to Cfllcary along 1ho Jlayor to' Jlula for lyjtiihririjrf? -IK.-I] o'cloc'; _____ n- (he horo an'J 'lrnl. TlK an-'' s at UJN'ilON. Dec. Sir Uougalrt Liberal Ic-a'lor (n Iho Ijo'i'.e of "itnimDna, today opnncrl the nay for In the course of which J'rrmi'-r l.loyil expccleil lo ?.n staicmcnt on Iho I'oJicy nlfccting' a num- ar fiBstJclatetl viilh man's Journal, ihc Home onran publlihoJ In Dublin, will the proper a'-mosphcre to tbe Jlorne a feu' miles Piirl Ivir; ill Iiy R Irjili iriiirh a'w-ll J u'f, Irivk tliir 1'if1! train 'irnVic in hvo N'I ,a? ir.jurf.O. CITY WINS TJ-T. has costs ibo flulo ConceaNoa. Judto Jackson. In addition In liis other bus piovci] hlms.elf to bo an elpert In gramaphonea. Tim legal mind bm ihown Ilsclt not aborc dlscrlrnlnltlnj in the lone pnd quiti. lly ii-1 Sj'( nkincr 'Jin upp'opriatton bill.! rfanuiirJed lhat Ihr ill r-ijard to Us policy. He rt-1 (Hif'r-li'fl (ii'fjrriiaiicn to tho fnr of (do I'rfiicli ilso rcKiirdLni; tltfl posi- rl'in of ilhj aJllcJ nnd .p- J I.O-.VCT.; thr: Adriatic h'.- dpmatidcl lo know >7a.i to be left abso- ol Torrmto toj-c'mlns Ihe. Hhe'hcr I' liaoilitr of [ho appellants to conlrl- lulciy alon b'lte loward Ihe l of a high lord I EXCHANGE DROPS I NKW YOIIK. Dr-r. oi CARNEGIE COHPORATIOM inrthcr decline HELPS ST. FRANCOIS I Ihe opening of Ihe local mnrkcl lo- ANTIfiOXlSII, N.a, Dec. day. Demand on Ihe pound C.lrneeio Corroralion has anproprlat-1 ling ed lo Ilia of .il tents r.f t-'rer.rl: at Ht. Frrn Trillin t-i rrcrifji :LT HI. n-ns a irnc lona BC J37. rouBlc. CMIeRo ami payment will! f.mrts on Cnnada. and Htnor least that he is familiar with the cor- rect Kind of a For Trot can Lft doncetj ___ at he nir.flc as ns dence is furnished Ihal enolher i at 1-4, 3 1-5 yesterday's dose. There a fractional advance in N'er.- YorJt being quoted at :rl-j 7 premium, franc dropper) cen'tlilina to 11.02 has been raised Ijy Iho university to for Ihc American dollar and llro r-rovlile demlclan youn? Ichcnha were riff lot the drllar, Christmas Thoughts ONE could nol think vcy mucli of the Christmas season with- out associating Music vvilri the subject, Christmas without Music would be Dawn without Glow! But lo have Music there should be a Piano, a Player-Piano or a Phonograph in the very best lhat one can afford. Such most he found in our Wareroorns: Mason Risch Pianos and Players Mason Risch Phonographs Victrolas If the payment for any of these instruments causes you any uneasiness, let us tell you lhat you can haVe it sent home any time you like, for a small cash payment, and on easiest terms imaginable. Mason Risch Limited FIFTH ST11BHT SOUTH HLOCK ;