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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta -mm IER.21. 19^ '�1 ,J ''JVC' 4* 1^ to irle Pioneer Clknieteta- Wfl^AlFert Benton |ti�t(biui, *cton.�n|l Actraii8�|L ,ot� i^tV I ional nplite. UnP�Ui�y wlilk thousantfi 6t Idjral friMd*� AMttlit tint Jacic ait� hiB back aBtto�liotali President Rooae-velt and Taft, WiUlaih J^nnlngy Bfym Sarah B�niiIiaMt,IIothers :(t6U|hi hiip out. Roosevelt was a pers4Mial''trleiid; With th6 passing of the h&�k,iJaoik purchased an 'automob'MleClfirhtch he operated mttll iym 74^1% ago,;' The car was then sold and Jack-begau/to haunt the hotel lobbies tfntll he tor the tl.'-Mm Codnu Jonesijl kaown jt� thMsuds In Butte Md lfott>aiiaas-''nit Jack.'' civil war v*t�ran ptoiieer of the webt and an oHtitMihW ettafMier ammg the men Who MMMd tlw traU Uto Montana, last wsfk i�la�� the ranks of his fast disappoarng eo^radea. His death, at tte age Of 7i mn, o^eiSltwi at t^ Los ,4Bfi^�i home of W. A. Clark. "lyrJMkr'bttUnse �r failing health left Bitte TiMttr k year ago. He spent TAtKFEDEy.  to be tb� east fori inltea.Kliat upon the means th|^ ioads^to, the weH^ unlfbrflH 1 fafor' p$ the west as in. number of , to insM HyHcation. This lie ttS' to mixed ear-the east to t must be itriaiona made in Jobbers. Lloyd tseprgtp, Adtni^ Need of Some Sehcmo to Relieve Imperial PatliameBt LONDON, Dee. eoL^^teanadian A�- TAXAWIEYEI le. eo.'^HSanat soclated PressJ-Aeceivlttg' a delega-tion of members of. parliament who advocated' a f^steu of federal devolution of the,.United-Kingdoms, Premier. Lloyd George admitte{\ the necessity: ______,,----- ---- ... Of some i^ch m^astire, as the: pres^ postmaster of Arena, one of the des->ltnt gar.Uame^it , could not possibly troyed villages in JVlday's earthquake earry the^reat burdens of empire and arrived in Mendosa today. He re- that 161 bodies had been re-^troq. the ruins in bis village time he, left there Sunday. The wife and three FOUR HtlNl^i^D KILLED IN 'QUA&B IN ARGENTINE BUiNOt Allllt. bee. SO^The number efiteMOMe dead and in-juretf InlaM^Hday's earthquakb aleactor WiUfiit eitlmated at more ' than 400L' IWb flflurela based en reports' redeMltl frvm rsllef parties in the: elfketed sons. Earth tremor*'eeeurred again today. Wide etrefihM.ef territory ara being. floorfMr>ftith \irater which eentinues ttf gush from erevicoa opened by the quake. 151 Bodiev Recovered BUENOS AIRB8, Dec. Zl.-^The f*iian, to qatiHele i'AVtmtki i� p^tN* nm will expire Ttwsdajlf' M da liehid la the �ewsM��n h4i�, t6da#: I the evening. It d�^�n4s the e^enitloB by d'Ali- ANOTHBII 1&I.TIMATUM ' SSap^^'^d'ANNUNZIO soed by deAergl CiMglto, comttiaader ^ f1un� and the dllbandnlont R4^l Canadian OarMiion Artttl^ bf the Itait|(ti't�re^ la the Adriatic of d'AaainBio% forces. Tie oltliailr to bei removed from,4nebae. ^ ' .11 III \'Wi' I � , I ' " IN Ml � � f - � ! � M Hilt llalor-Oeneral Mbrrieen; OMaanee Service, denlea , that,, *h 1-'** glve;pft>prf ntten- ported tt "lllll^ .hi tT'o' purely Jlocal i>on-. covered! no decision bjr the ^rn. fh., premier said It wOBjtf be ta the tin OTTAWA, Dec. '-There has '.^een no some tlihe.,|auti}�9kiWleraaAtf Sailors' ^If"?T!.! ?5*'*^"?J.^T*L7 a simple, matter to deal with 0cot- dead included *to home la CiMlWr�^!ia^lBft that SJ^U^!?^!* *^,,1fJ?'l^^ land and Wales, as the w;h61e pbpu- children. . home of Mr. Clark, J*^-T'�*�*Sl''.w"",?"''J^*� Nation of Scotland was only five mil- ---H^-- thf hoihe^ was '^i^J* wy,L�..^..J^,? �t"!?ff^^ could tjey deal *rtth J. M. Reeve. IM,.a leading Toronto It wft learned that !y'*"?r? England, with its population of 36,-; lawyer, a ^aeraRoh ago died at Van- place The agrei ,Jack______. cap piti'^dwl i>f the]s|l bead denig Up his h the .Vibarlng th^ uniform noon that the only chanaea onntBm it to�tead Plated in the taxation meafnres at tSl' ^- ?u* ^rS'*?* irr�c�d his present were those Which became ef -i ii**'* 'Ivf '""'^ manufacturers' taxes iW* 91�r4jpN� rooms in this morning.' There has/howBv�r 000,000? Were they to divide Eng-' cpuver. land into provinces, or have a sep- ' arate parliament for England? If they 1 had a separate parliament for England it would be so ln>portant that it would be only less colors until the war .was over. He' wai discharged at Washln^on. propagandaVto. be-^dqne Inr^ecuring some sort ot an argument eyen^ among the iadvOcateB of iSfed&allBlhiP At Fort Benton Returning to his home in Mfine, he remained there until and then Btarted West The Bl^ok HUU first attracted him. Fort. Benton was next MUSTAPHA REMEL NAMES PEACE TERMS Mixed Caribad^ t^Hvileges of West Op^'osed by .Eastern-Wlt^ieeiaieinB CONSTANTINOPLE, Dee. 2�.- Mustapha Kemal Pasha, the Turkish Sn-tirrHstT^nd^irtrartlmV;^^^^^^^ ?uS'irvt'^m^Tod^^^^^^^^^^ V sited several mining sections of J,Vr''*!'*A.fr!r^!S5 J, 7 Montana, fli,illy selecting Butte as his ^^J^�llXf^i^W^fnrJ\JZ^lnf home. He/haw the mining cSmft of i�,�*X�  settlement. fgt,eclal to the Heraldl feS? S''^e'^4�SiftK a�iQCQ IlJILT in ^uliless period sigles of our own escbislve ailaplft-vlBon^ beautifully finished in rich,flawless woods,and possessed or a power to reproduce with unsurpassed �edlhmlnessy llie ' McLagan t^Konog^aph i^ unqiiestion^lg a masleipleoe. ThiaC hamionious combination or arlislic appearcufice and �Utbfid jb^id reproductioii makes it an instrument to be coveted bg ever^ne JipC refined taste. The (Ponograph 00 Queen Anne M 25--Mahogany ot Black Walnut la ikMy endcni^ wifli cwluelwe end valuable kakue*, one oT the most important of which is the famous McLagon-Fldchcff Tone Arm. Go* I with the McLagan-Fldcher Rmrodttoer and the adentificdly fiaahioned aound chamber or wood, titis , lone Am conlribuiea laMcIy to the McLagan'a estraordinaiy beauty of lonal icprodudlon. The conatradion of this Tone Arm-made tn hemgonal form, of di&tent thickneaaea of melal-does away entirely wWi all the extraneous vibrationa that are so unpleaaantly noticeable witft the oidinaty thin tone arms. It ampi lifies and darifie. eveiy note Iranamittcd 60m tfie 'reproducer. The McLagan->Fletcher Tone Arm la set in a ball-bearing bose, and when the inatrument la playing U allows the needle to ride smoothly ond m^scleaaly over the record. Perfect in appearance, perfect in lonal reproduction, ihia and other � features serve to tnakic the McLagan eupreme^the new niler in.the phonograph kingdom). The McLagan range covers a variety of twenty-two models-from those of moderaie expense to inatrumenis that would grace the moat luxuriously fumiahed homes. Accept this aa your nearest McLagan dealer's invitation to call and see the McLagan and hear it play. � * THE McLAGXN PHONCX5RAPH CORPORATION, LIMrTED STRAfpOiiD ONTARIO n J^spea^ forhseff illis Pianos, Ltd., Hull Block Disrtibutbrs for Southern Alberta ;