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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta UiTIIBIUDGF. DAILY I1KHAL.U. PAGE SEVENTEEN REACH Mil Hadly Injured Sent to Hospital; 01 here Taken To Hold MONTUEAL, Dec., A special tra Ira it bearing injured Irom Hie Q disaster at Onawa. a ber of who were on the Ira u at Ihe time Ihfl accident occurred, rrvcd al Windsor stslisr., between C> and S o'clock Ihls morning. Lead- ing officials of Hie Canadian Pacific Hallway and. from (be hospitals of the i-iij- were availing ils arrival and Uiosij who were uninjured were onco biirhea iCi Piuce V'scr liolel. The Royal Victoria bosptUi author- ities Lad otghl ambulance? awaiting the arrival o( the train ami ,24 of the injured passengers, some or Hiem bad- ly hurt, wore at puce rushed to' the nflal. A staff of doctors and nurses were their arrival. They Tvere al ODCG placed In beds and their Injuries medically and surgically at- tended lo. A unidentified boy has ow been identified as Ttotim aged seven, Tlstfale, Man., son ot James liorythwlck, who Is also ID the list o[ dead. Among the survivors who aro At the Place Viper hole! BM; n Plilllipa, Haven ford, Wales, wlio was oil lier ivny (o oil- man Island. B.C., with Sier son John, aged 11. Yiier left St. Julm S'ridiir evening Tpr and were iliJn? In the first patEcnger coicli ot Hit Dilated trahi, wllh wily Ihe car tepanitlnE Iliem from tUo engino They were avrake al the ut Die collision, having Just aiarto'l lo eai I) real fast from tha lunch they car- ried. The crash'came without a mo- ment's warning and tliu boy was thrown under the slcoiihig coiayart- iQ0Dt aud escaped n ECratch. Tbe saved him from the falling vrrecfcaEe. Mrs. Phillip u-as wodgud lu between scats and was cut RiiJ b'rulsed on the head and (ice. She was lu the debris for aliuiU one hour before she could got free. She loat all her myn'-y a and escaped witli uuly (he clothes she wore at ilie lime uf UIP She WPS going west lo meet her hus band who had been thuie for several yeara. Old Lady's Escape Mrs, E. flrownlee. ot Oerbyshire, England, en roulo to flrllish Columbia Grove's 0-Pen-Trate Salve Opens the Pores and Penetrates A Remedy for Chest Colds, Head Colds, Sow Throat, Stiff Neck, Earache, Spasmodic Croup and kindred ailments. .Apply freely to the skin just over tne affected parts'.and rub it in. V GROVE'S SALVE is also au Excellent Germicide for the Nose and Thrqat. be applied to the nostrils so. that you .will "be continually inhaling, the vapors while in tjic of patients who are sick with contagioii'ti. diseases, or when you, are entering crowded cars or other public places during an epidemic, of Grip or Influenza. Any Grip or In- fluenza jjernis breathed through the EOSC are destroyed by this germicide salve before the gerins'can reach the throat. FOR THE SICK Place-One Level Teaspoonful of GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE in a hot saucer in the sick room: The Antiseptic Vapor rising from the heated salve makes breathing easy For the patient; It induces sleep and is a great comfort to anyone suffering with Spasmodic Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sore Thrpat, Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Diphtheria or Pneumonia. The Healing Effect of the Vapor relieves the patient and is.very comforting. Price 35c per nox. your, hasn't any, send 35c in ppatag? stamps-to Paris Medicine Company, 193 SpadinVAve., Toronto, and a full-aiae box will be mailed to you promptly. You Get the Very Best Music From EDISON THERIJissomclhinginaChristtnas season fhat just calls for music. It's the joy and gaiety of tht times that calls for music the great interpreter of Woods. Of course you haveheardof the NEW EDISON. Perhaps you have attended a Tone-Test, where the artist stands by instrument to prove (.here is no difference between his voice antt Ihe Edison's "RE-CREATION "of it. These Special Terms Have Been Arranged in order that money shall prow no hindrance to your purchase of a New Edison Phonograph. We have arranged social convenient twins for Christ- mas selling. Conic in and Ictus demonstrate the NBW EDISON to you. Assiniboia Music Company, Ltd. A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING ed into EIGW1RDW Likely That Supreme Court He Asked For Ruling on This Question nj gowns bare fallnesa gather- OTTAWA, Dec. far (he Douilolon parliament la empowered to caacl the 8-hour day legislation la unc'T consideration ty tho depart- ment of justice. The department. It l.i I) acting in the matter fit the reiucjt ol the minister ot lab- or. Some mouths ago, on a question about iO years uld, was travelling lo ,be hoUBC n( commons, ler Folkiird, and this j oplnton glvcn that legislation eating hours of labor f.imo eicluslvc- y. v, lihlo the Jurisdiction ol provincial eglslatures. DuL with recognition, o? .ho principle ol the B-hour flay in the iroaly of Versailles, anu iho assent given by Canadian delegates, a few weefca ago, to the S-hour day conven- tion adopted by the International labor conference, the subject has assumed an added Importance. It lins been suggcstert. as Iho "means of securing a flaal ruling, thai the question of Jurisdiction should Uo re- ferred to the supreme court Tor opin- ion. Sucli a course cl action has con- siderable support and may eventually niter's two children, nine nud Ive. They weru lu tht Fame couch -Mrs. She says that tbe first passenger coach liaJ belter luck thun the second, because it climbed over.tho baggage car, while Hie sec- ond was telescoped. She was covered with debris and her face and hands were much cut. Mrs. Folknnl and the children escaped William serious in- juries and got out of (he wreckage in less than 15 Infinites. They lost o very- Mr. Folliard, in the same coach. broke a' window and got out, then helped others from the wreckage. -Mr. and Airs. Samuel Shearer, from England, en route lo Moose Jaw, and Hi el r eon, Samuel, IS, and daughter, Dora, two years older, had a miracu- lous escape from horrible death, or at least serious injury. were Iho first passenger roach behind the Laggage car when the crash came. Everybody was hurled out of the seals (o tho floor.'.Tho fool of the car fell In, Lut the enclosed passengers suc- ceeded in raising; it lilgh enough to crawl through'n window. iMr. cr, senior, was slightly Injured on the right side, nil the others af his parl> escaping unburL They lust.almost, ai their belongings. Tlie young .mai: even lost one o[ his Ehoes. Ho says the scene at the disaster'. Vas 'a'i'ar- rowing' oiie. lie saw n baby being cruehed to ilcalh, a vc it. Aljout 20 of Ihe surrlvors are at.llie Placo Vlgcr, resting [r.qm. .tlie .ctfpcU or the terrible days llirouyli vrliltli they have passed. Tbe ol Thomas Growers Ihitf- be followed. On tbc other liand, tlie view Is put. forward that federal ac- tion be dclermlned on the rnl- InK o( the departmc-iit of Justice, Or- ganized labor Is now making arrange- ments for Us annual meeting with'ihc government. This In all probability, will bo early In January. The S-hour day, among other questions, will then bo pressed. ]f the spurs of a chicken are over a quarter of an Inch tons is an old bird. A little soda added to tbe water i you wash your pots aid pans will clear off any grease that IK clinging to the aidee. GlrU are going to tralk in Russian boots. Their appearance was ac- claimed at a recent, mauuequln parade iu a dres In London, and a great success Is predicttii fu Ibem this winter. The appearance ol these boots has been familiarized Ly tha Huasfan bal- let. Loose round Hie ankles, where Ihey fall into puckera or creases, they recall iiic Vi'tulnstcn booLs men 5 years ago, and also tht riding boots Ticrn by n'omen today. They I will bo made of various materials, them suede, buckskin, leather, salla and brocade. The baggy part around the ankle causes tbe Teel to BIN nil, U bat boon stated that war work enlarged women's feet. Tuese boots will restore Ihcm lo their pre- war daintiness, while at the same time ssurlas ample roominess and com- art. One of the smart Tomon seen con- stantly wijarinc these very comfort- able boots IR Lady Duff-Gordon. Their warmth recommends them for cold weather nse. Down al grandmother's the grand finale of the big gobbler Is what the with Lor white head tipped (o one side. "Why 1 break up the nkp .mealy bones led from Ihe roast lDto my largest baking pan, with blla I o[ fowl or glblctE, remains of the drosslcs and brown gravy. ellca nto ihU a couplo of onions, four or live potatoes, a cup of cooked rice If 1 happen lo have It, salt and peppor a eprlnklc of flour. Add water to nearly cover, jay. Cor n large pte, I wo cups, and coofc slowly for an ho'jr. Then 1 turn small CUT upald-? COWQ m the middle of (he pie, spread an Inch over Ii balic until real brown. The crust1! Ob, thai spoonfuls of heaping powder loe- two small cups Hour, add half salt. haU cup finely chop- pud Buel and enousli aweet in Ilk or cold water TO make into a soTt d When I lake Uir pio from the oven I wania flrB trucks cut the crust, remove cup, pour In a 20 miles an bour. of milk Ihtckcned wJth flour and return to OVPII for five minutes. "It seems lo be an appetizing s'ae concludes, modestly, Apyetlilng! Try it and fee. SCHOONER SAVED FROM STORM HALIFAX, N.S.. Dec. TLa Rcbooner SI. Claire TherlmU arrived ai Yarmouth this afternoon In low ol (he government sletmer Aber- deen. The Tnerlaull, a British schooner of 340 tons, has been at the mercy of a succession of galw-rasing oil tho Caaadtan coast Tor close on to n moutb. On XOT. 2D was le ported in fctltude Vl.32, longitude 60.IS, leaking- ami snort of provisions. Subsequently she Tras reported oft Caiie- Sable with her crew sick and In- jured. Fire Chief John AlLklns. Ixindon, limited to hired call, her a "dometlc" at your "a suet- paslry pie." Some of use learned this method of turning1 lelt-overs Into tbe very best, ulsh of all during Ine war, but grandmoUior hag had tbe secret since she was a slip of a "How do I ibe Bays, Manager Brown of the Col- onial Theatre after having seen the Hippodrome-.Circuit Vaude- ville Show at the Colonial Theatre this afternoon particulary wishes to inform bis patrons that this Show is positively the Best of the Season; Every Act is a Feature. This advertisement was inserted at 4.30 this Afternoon. ford, sergeant, morning. was idcntidcd Ms HUNGARIAN REDS GET DEATH SENTENCE Jusl As U. S. Did Ihe Confeder- ates in Ihe Civil War Fifty Years Ago BUDAPEST, Dec. Eugene and four associates liare been sentenced lo death. They were con vlcted of. murdering, several counter, revolutionaries, robbery and otner Nine other-men Implicated with them were; sentenced to prison. DRURY NO IN PROTESTS 'Hon. K.1 C.' Drury premier of Ontario, said today that there would be no withdrawal by agreement of. the U. IV O. protest against Hon. G. S. Ferguson lo Induce the withdrawal of Lhe Conservative The Progressive Store Is All Ready With the LONDON, Dec, Ireland, said Premier Lloyd George lo presenting Ihe government's neV Irish bill today, s the only country tn Europe, ex- cept Russia, where (he masses who elsewhere wore'on side ol law and order, were out'of 'sympathy with the ministry of thfeVgoTflrnmenL While Ireland -wM.pevigjjja.prosneToua 03 to- dar, tbe fact'-'fenilned, he declared, that Ireland.was'never so alienated from as Bhc Is today. Any atlcmpl al secession, the prem- ier announced, would be fought with the'.same dctermlnaMon, force and roisolution as had been showa by the northern slates In America. Displays i i 1 That are unusual; There Is a remembrance for every member of the family wait- ing your selection in our immense stocks. No matter how modest or elaborate your holiday needs may be we are prepared to meet them. ENGINEER STOPS TRAIN TO 1 protest and Ihus open one of the Sim SAVE A DROWNING-YOUTH coo ridings to Iho premier. Tha'prem- IXJIJISVILT..E, ler.Intimated that he would like lo 9hio Pa3sel'6er' train Ko. 35 flrrircd run in one of the Slmcoo ridings, hut in Louisville imeen minutes lale, but no arrangement had yet been mano In John Cavlns, engineer, apparently Lo PI' her of iho ccaU required for cabinet mcmtcra. MAJOR LAVELL IS PAROLE OFFICEp OTder-in- councll hay been passed by 'the On- Larl6LBoverniuent appointing Major A, K. LaveII parole officer Tor Onlario. Thc.recommcndallon was made by the OnlflrJo parole hoard Lo (lio Hearst government nnd '.he appoiiUcicnl nmidc Ly KovcrnniDiit. Major La veil ivas pastor oE Ilie Grant Aroniip MethndisL church nml much work. Ho went over- seas as" chaplain ot the 12Slh JJrant elmcnt, Jle. vas Invalided homo aurl appointed senior chaplain of Military District No. 10, with head- quarters at Hcglna. His lather was one time warden of Kingston pDiiI- tciitiary and he ha3 heen a keen crim- Inological and sociological -student for miny years. soothed (lie angcr'ol railroad niftclals with a .Tapnrt that ho "stopped the Lraln just oulslde of Frankfort, s'avo-.the lire of. who fell in an Cavios, salil Im-train wzy 'EoioS slowly .around a, sharp curve when Jll saw.boys apparently. Tailing to.effect the rescue of a comrade from, a mill pond. "i slopped, Ihe" the boll cord and the pond. "The lea waa too me, so I threw the rope-.lo'Vjhe lad, >vho, al- though numbed and. sfruggling lo keep on lop of around his body and.I hJm CALGARY CONSTABLE. SHOT OALGARY, Constable Frascr, B mcmbcr-of the city police farce, received a bullet wound In Iho left thigh, yrhen he. surprised a burglar who was in the breaking Into Hahcrman esuibllshmenU 1211 'First-street Sunday mornibg. FINE FURS Both useful and beautiful make the selection of ;a Holiday Gift a pleasure, and the gift will afford genuine satisfaction. COATS AND SMALL FURS of every fashionable fur and the latest models in extreme and conservative design, stylish and beautiful in Sable, Fox, Oppossum, Ermine, etc. Muffs to match. ALL FURS REDUCED THIS WEEK ..u at 12.30 a.m. GIFTS FOR ALL FOR THE LADIES- Knitted Gips, Skating SelSj Neckwear; Neck Scarfs, Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear, Boudoir Caps, Blouses. Pullover Sweaters, Silk Dresses, Winter Coats, Silk Skirts, Silk Underskirts. FOR THE Knitted Caps, Sweaters, Mills and Gloves, Hosiery, Dresses, Ties, Bon- nets. r.RTHEMEN- Sox, Mitts, Gloves, Suspenders, Ties, Belts, Shirts, Armbands, SQit Muffler. Handkerchiefs in Great Variety for Holiday Giving Our enlarged handkerchief section Is all n.llntlcr with myriads ot hanakerchlt's ss dalaly and pretty Ra any you've ever seen. Some, hand embroidered, mHcMna embrolrlcred, EDIDO dainty cornor motifs, anj BO on. Styles (or men, womon mid children. In girt hoxes. MODERATE PRICES I5c, 20c, 25c, 40c, SOc, 75cr 51.50, OPEN ALL DAY FRIDAY, DEC. 26th i. CORRECT DRESS FOR 'WOMEN RYLANDC AND COMPANY TrIE NEW FIRST PKEMIER L LOYD GEOROt- Who lo.laj- nnnonncctl a now scheme (or.Irish Homo Rule biscd much on f.nfi v' government b v provlnccc In ;