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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEJT PATLy THURSDAY, DECEMBER Report Manitoba Grits And Tories V To Get Together HAS NEW INVENTION TALK ABOUT CT 1 Toronto Paper .Publishes Story i Bat Conservative Leader Denies POLITICAL SITUATION IS BADLY MUDDLED ST. JOHN, N. a, DM. in- nounconent el the cl new which, howertr, diced to was today by Professor Aluuder Grtham Bell, father ot telephone, upon his er- rtval hare today on tho llaw Empress cJ Fraaca.k Graham Bell la' turninj" frpia Visit' to his birthplica In Scotland. The professor will ro to h-j horns In BsddecSr, 0. B, he to l portion of tho vui- TORONTO, Doc. -Toronto Star has the- following tpeclsl dis- patch troni Winnipeg: "FaarlnV that the o! Kiallobi is ID danger of telling Into the hands ot libor-fanncr alliance, following ths. failure ot farmers to ej-rte' to working arrange- inent, which 6 pells seeurily tor the Norris goYernment at calicos list night the ConieiratlTM In the lature numbering hire arted Premier Melgben to come to Wfhai- to pet and Bee If an alliance betwtea V Dee. e leaden, coo. jea- has the nutterta hd tor the government With the sup :Dcnlil at Winn ihe cabinet .discussed the political sil- meeting this morning hut "jio announcement follovrod. It is said that the suESestion, was pnt forwaTd .that 'membersTot the legislature ot all parties mcSt In caucus'on the opening of the legislature for fraci discussion of the outlook. j J. T. Haij, M. L, A., leader ot Conservative legrelallva party, denied this afternoon that .the're> iwis" any movement In prospxict or in contemp- lation tor union ot his gnmp with thai leaded by PremlerjNorTlfl. It Is understood that- Premier and will .spend two tn Wlnnlpee during tie holiday veel. Intuit is said that .the visit will be 'Surety social and will havn no relat- Jons wLatever to provincial politics. The men are: William Ivens, John Qssan, W. A. Pritchard, Georgs Arm strong and R--J. Johns.-.' And Santa is right I It is always a pleasure to give and a joy to receive a i, L. E. Cbnpoiy'LUfteC TOHONTO, Dec. gales accompanied IB man; piaces by snow or sleet played haroi the telegraphic and telephone systems along the north, shores of take Superior i and Georgian Bay and In Quebec and-the maritime f aK Able to Resist the First Serious Assault Upon .It PARIS, Dec. The cabinet waa sn'Uined in the chamberpot dpputies yesterday afternoon in the ser lous assault against It was the. wlUUd Bastion.: tie chamber held for a Cries cf arlprctVai pnd disapproval of the chainber from of the chunbwi tq; the. other, Hhe :Conserva- Socialists applauding M. Lej-gues, president ot the chamher in Company Capitalized at 000 Lire Organiyed in Uome NOT. (By A syn turn and then in turn showing decld dlcate with a capital of 3 uO COO lire ed marks' of disapproval' when theihas been 'organized" here 'to promote tenor of Che premier's remarks ap- peared thelr-party. rThe debate arose..on interpellation by M Soulier, whd charged the ernment with laoKjKeBcrET ie- propaganda and U BeHhcm..1whoitpoKvtno cabinet to emigration nrid tho Italian emigrants in..their -enterprises' in they rcav engage in other coun' tries. It.Is intended..also to'mako' a In order tho emigrants.for, now modes of life in foreign tries, special schools hare.been found-; ed to teach them, to read and .write, and to train them for trades or for' farm work. I It is understood' hero that Brazil is the country haling the greatest for workers bnt that Brail 1 re quires not sV rainy. Individual intml- granta' needs entire families to populate the immense extent of land. Furthermore Italian emigration to Brazil Is hold somewhat in check by the bellel .that largo capital would he neeaed to cut the forests from He land which the Brarlllan Boyern- ment desires to populate. It point- ed 'out that the isyndicata now organ- ized may fnrnljh o? the capital required for that purpose study of the opportunities otfered by the foreign countries to Italian Imml A fc and colder weather, are promised jn Christmas. had in the cham Increased to generally are lor, a white and cold begins necessary to suspend tliB'session -i AIjter tho recess M Leygties possible fall from power has been the subject of'speculation, withstood the attacks _with Diastery that surprised M introduced insisting that the; resolution accepted by the gov eminent ipa should contain the laiclty laws This rdsoltid In a tie Tote and emler accepted an amended resolution which1 contained the laicity clause.' ITils was carried. -TRTiRO; Dec.'. made here that thoiBorden Co., manufacturer ot oondeneed xnllk, Kould close its planti here for period of probably 00 days Begin- Iijng the firat o! next month. Tha Is taken because of present milk con- 'djtions. r Two hundred and seventy ttilfe producers in Cumberland, Col- chester'and" Hants counties will be .-With tho closing down of tto plant here the Bordcn Co. will have bnt one of their five Canadian factories in operation, that at Inger- OnL PRINCE RUPERT ARRIVES i UNDER OWN STEAM RUPERT, Dec. steamer float- ed, after having grounded in Bwnnson Day.ncariy twomionths ago, arrived hsre last night under.hcr own steam. The vessel "eft Bay at five o'clock yesterday morning. The cargo that remains in the holds is being re- moved today and tomorrow the steam- er'will bo put Into drydpck. Unezcslicd in North America life'. ,.jrtfabett. year round, i: Bpea of, roads are un- rarpaued for., deaue in home comfort will be met'at the VICTORIA Travel in fey ihe CAKADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES TW GUat't TWO TXATN8 DAILY EACH WAT or (o fat to It t tne SASKATCHEWAN HAIL LOSSES LOWER IN 1920 REGINA, Snst, Dec, ewan's losses, from hall in 1920 was very-much1 lowe'r'thah in the previous year, according to a special report by superintendent of insur -rants a to protect tnem fforts to und honie and means >t livelihood outside ot Italy .The .syndicate Includes its'jmem- ersTiip some ol the most important talian banks steamship companie and representatives of workmen a or ganizations, both' socialist dad Cath- ilic Because British Admiral Refus- ed to Accept Greek' Decoration. .ATHENS, Dec, Premier Khal- Us. it IB has definitely tendered his resignation" M a resnlt of refusal ol Admiral'Kelly, head[ of the British naval mission here, to accept thV grand cordon of the Royil Order of the Saviour. Admiral" Kelly vf as summon ed tm- eipectedly by Cdnfltantine oil" Idonday and presented with the decoration, but In iconlormity with the lustra's- tious of his government, the admiral nee for Saskatchewan Returns the Greek government he ot complete yet but to date they I was unable to accept the decoration. show a loss ratio for 1920 which iBlwhlch ha returned only a little moreLthanf half the loss ratio for when premiumB of the hail compamAs amounted to .with losses paid' totalling loss raUp of wnlie'the; loss ratio for 1920 Is estimated'.at approximately ..41. Provincial .InspMtof. Sarrla- and F. E. Elliott, License Inspectors for prosecuted cases at Kitchener, which netted in fines, and con fiscated worth ot liquor. Coilfectionery i "M 7 J Fruits land Vegetables flistes from Srayraa, perlb IDC or OdC IJowncy's Melba anil Oanong's Choc- olates from, OA to per box JUC Christmas StocWrgs and p UP Candy Canes from 3C Oranges, doz., 60c, 60c, 75c, and Lerrwns, per dor..................40o Grape Fruit, 2 for ..i.'...........35c Green Gages, per Ib, :r Ib. Bananas from tfoz, up Celery, Z for. Corinthian Raisin Per Ib, Corinthian HalsliB, In pack- ages. Per Ib. PA }'cr dozen Apploa All Tariotlen, and best qual Jap Orangei, Caallflowor, Head Let- Tomatoes, Snd Cucumbers, CANDY CANE FREE To the person 'gudsalng nearest itc weight. be fore January 1st. All tht belt grade. CIFECTIONERY SOLID WHITE; FINEStv QUALITY EBONY GCMODS. CHOCOLATES in Boxed Stationery, Painted China, SilTer OUnCENERAU EXPENSES ARE- LOWER, nnln'n nnitn PfnWn f A .is sure to' belup to.'statidird ii 'i WE HAVE A CHOICE SELECTION PR .Fed by Mr.fc, C. A. Vanbrocklm, Mr, and, various other, fanners in.ther. vicinity of Lethbridge; so you can not being Cold Storage Birds, We also gopd flection- GEESEl SfSPi RABBITS CHICKENS BEEF SAUSAGE MEAT FOR TURKEY DRESSING UNEXCELLED, Meat Market W, AONITT, Prop, 810 1JTH 8T. PHONE 1W6." I I: ;