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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta X DECEMBISR 21, mS XIJR X^THBRIQGE DAILY HERALp ponai tor a L belt I f ' �! JlffPOt to BM i)#Slvan819 �B >( iit, aftWr �U. Ta^�iln,.t|ie ooa^art on Snndsr nlglil,'It'j IlMac to b� the W of ths uif o^unlTKi. bnt, iMetlu to B. W. C.� wefAiUl Bvfffirraeovw flnBBotaUy. om yclnJlfur �]|a�l^ tbe nlUKm-dol-lar JianMtwUlT Tto poor fallbw thoHitit hf) Ima faUan on to aometblnK vortk white, aad wtn^ vp nut ,Jiiom-^ing. to flnil tbat ha w*s tliraa hundrad and ViA'.i'>u4 * nw vb^-ikM ttt4tin ooaM'^JBiao M)fl:hjkTO'ta wait BOteral moBtbfl fbr/ irork, they / will hOTo, plenty of tlmip: to' 9^0 how gon-erona the KOTenutiiat baa' been' to the volntSatB" attd-o^UOr wiamy alieaa, and to brood o^ the anbjotai One tun wlftlMitt of time to think, and' �^ il^pyoMd nieTance to think about. owiiiW> a tot t^f barm it he iaao minded. Than liow>about tan or fifteen thonaand i:Don with a lot of time to 4blBk, and aaVara,!' vatr-bic and real grleTanoea to mult orar?. *,.-\*\ * The Toronto riots ere the outcome of small grieTancea, which Individually, were not Importanti  but when lumped together,'.were enough to get the men "all het tip." t   , ' BolsheTism, like wt\..evenlng, wbon Grand . Master J. Tully, .of Calgary, was entertaittedP.T'JB meeting was the regular 8e88{k>n of Lethbrldge, No. 2, I>)dge, memberii of Mizpah,'No. 72, and Viaduct, No, ,63;'1>6iug also well repi-esented. The,guests'of the ere-ning were the grand master an^ Paat Grand Mafiter Falrley ' and Grand Ohief Patrla^di Morderi;' of Leth bridge. Among ^e visitors was Past Grand Master. Bi'adle^, ^of Calgary, representing Albfrt^ XATWADDlNGTON'SAUCTION�0bOBrd'i dreSsei- \f, an^ stand, mabogany finish,, lon||.,rolrfOr tq� dl^^^^)ek;,',;t^med oalf:. � DlNNt^ft^WAQON; large ilptaolsiaradj lonnc^; (lMiU?riFyL TALK-ifyip-MACHINC in'new tcondlttoif, m,fbogitiuv oahinet. Iiodak parf-qVaipicf (Jamer^r Ol,,p VIOLfN^n.^ Mae; nifdlc&p,0�9aj; Jn wliiti en^jnsf'.wlth'.mtrronid dooj'; sat of Victor Kuid'sii-wJw: several .otbar'sfts of.books; very handsome'tARaiE!'B^,VE|�iiED:MIRRQB In niasslyegilt frame; set of harness; 15 pairs'jafljesjbbpta;.3a and ^/^Jea; mak�^ and styles. . ' f7P:/V^^ / ^^..A,ja,^iiij^;sS,;,--.v ' Vliioji^CS-770-469 The unusually mild weather is likeT ly to.continue ijntil after ChristmtiB,' and Lethbridge Snd district this, y^ar is likely to experience a "ban&ha belt^' Christmas. This spell of mild w?ath6r has almosti created, a record for, tbo south, although mild weather during .the first part of the winter is. not t� the I4akal Anaalgar. ; , 'I'Oariftan troops, the 'nawspapar t kdda, hava been disarmed by tha :'(Bofahav(k( at various polnta In eaatarn blvonia and the waapona httva baen^lvan to Bolshavlkl aup- vportara. �ard Riga population la Saaing CROMRS HAD -' OTTAWA; Dec. 21.-Asising with re-gai-d to statements appearing in a Toronto a iapatch to the effect, ttiat he had wired the Hamilton police that he knew of no leg^^ restraint prohibiting the. police from affiliating with the Trades and-Labor Congress of Canada, Hon, G. D. Robertson, minister of labor; stated that he had sent no such wire. Investigation showed that on July 24 laet the then minister of labor, Hon. T; Wi Crothers, received a telegram from H. Hatford, chairman of, the Ontario executive of the s^Labor oommisaion, asking whetber the labor .department objeicted to the police of Hamilton.or elsewhere, organisfttg un; der the: Trades and Laor Congress of Canada, provided that there should be no recourse to a strike without first referring the matters in dispute to arbitration. . i To thia .telegram, Mr. Crothers, through hia deputy, wired Mr. Hattord thai: he knew of no legal prohibition or' restrain!^, against the police organizing under Uie Trades and Labor Congress of Canada. He added, however, that having no jurisdiction, he felt -that he should offer no vieW ^a to the adviaability of the course suggested. DRUMHEI.UER ^UNICI^AV HpS^lT^^^^ ,cALGAKy.;.ii;>9c. retuma received from :Drumhellon.!on FvTday''night indic'?to tliat; the.,;poll beliig tiakeii for /tlie hoBpl(9.1; district show ^? vaUiB ffor -'the sclieine�/an* 192 against;' There ar? four polls, to� huav fvoni,' and ^ff^is 'exnscteij bX^'Jt j will birealc about eyen, ,�.T. CATHARINES NOMINATIONS ' .8T; CATHARINES, Ont., Dec. 20. -Fred ;R. Famell,' Conservative, and William' B.; Long, Labor, were today formally placed in nomination for the vacancy iu^'tha provincial legislature cauired by the death of Dr. .lessop, who represented the riding in St. Cktharinea.. : NORTH POLE ANTI-FRE N is absolutely gualrftiiteed TO under 85 degrees below uro. Guaranteed N*t To Contain Calcium Cbifori^f Silicate of Soda NO SHAKING, NO SnRRING REQUIRED. REMAINS IN SOLUTION FOR ALL TIME. Boiling'Point of North, Pole Anti-Ereeze is Extremely jfivh, CenseiiueBtly / The iMinimiun Evaporation. Will Give A New,Radiator To Any One Claiming That NORTH POLE ANTI-FREEZE Has, InAny Way Hurt Hit Radiator. While in use, a fine white chemical may become noticeable, but can be brushed off any time. It is |)Ositively guaranteed that this white chemical will nqt injuire anything, but will prolong the life of your radiator. ^ INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING See that radiator is in good condition before putting in the ANTI-FREEZE so that it does not leak out. Do not put any cardboard br other material in front of radiator. See that fan is working. , ' Always keep radiatoif filled with ANTI-FREEZE at ordinary water level. Whenever necessary add ANTI-FREEZE. By fpllowing the above instructions we will guarantee that you will get perfect satisfaction, i' ! m I 2. 3. 4. A. PHONE 1173 office SHARMAN & 123} Second AvehiM^Saatli LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA distributors for-alberta CO. ffEsioENCE m 'is. To Make This Christmas A Merrier On(B- TM Aeolian' THE WONDERFUL NEW MUSICAL INSTRU-. MENT-THE GREATER PHONOGRAPH "^HE Aeolian-Vocalidn is the first great musical instrument construpted upon the. phonograph principle. It^ is -different-liner and mote :woiiderfuI--tfban�nytber instrument of its kimd .you have ever heart. - ,9 If yqu l6ve'vocal Qi^gic, the �stoundinKly perfect re-jproduotida by the Vocldion wUI thrill you (ike the original vpiqes of the gr^% wdobuve ^iven their art :' to th�i�eord makers, Ij^it ii;th�appealtDf mdlowness of' the- violin that winf yoyr preference, or the tremendous chorus of a |;^ai.. oroheatra, the Vocaiion tone; true to the molfdWiiCii^t^.Inflections iind qualities of every > voice anc^ iritstrument^ will satisfy �s no V [phonogr^ph^musichi^etofprf e miost liberal terms.' .',>', 4 Vocalion pri�^ ar^ from $$9 ff $S9S ifISQ , 4 'H. CO. SALMON^ MANAqER HOtL BkOCK. m 0??558 ;