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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Finirr DAILY K1UOAY, UKCKMBKD VJISlj Rockefeller's Xmas Gift to Education five Million to Canada NEW YORK. Dec. John D. today cavo to mankind a Christmas present of to tha general education b-jard lo niae the salaries of college rrofraors. Mil half Ihe Rockefeller Founda- tion to aid (n Us work ol combatting disease ibratigh Imyrovpmenis of med- ical education, public health adminis- tration and scientific research. It ta csilmMed ihat Mr. Roche feller's pub-1 tic gllis now approximate While leaving to the general educa- tion board the task of selecting the colleges which shall recelvo awards for their teaching and the amount to receive. Mr. Rockefeller urged that Ue principal as well as Ihe Income be used, as "promptly ajid largely as may seem wise." In commenting on the gift. Dr. Wal- lace president of tha board, said thai elnco the end oE the II had received from colleges ajul ual- TersKles applications for aid "which would practically exhaust Ihe working cxpltal of tbe board." Ho added I tut Mr. Rockefeller had recognized the emergency which Mr. Rockefeller, In donates the money, eali: attention, cas also been called lo Ihe of some ol lht> meJIcal school la Cannilx but as tbe actlvl lies of tba general education board are by In charter limited to the Unit- ed Stales. 1 that the gift may noi he csril for Canadian schools. CAN OPERATE PROFITABLY ON A FIVE-CENT FARE DETROIT. Mich, Dec. Detroit United Railways today withdrew a request that it be per. mitted to make a charge of one Tor transfers, slating that because of Improvement In condi- tions affecting it) operations, now finds able to operate profitably on a flat five cents lay QOI he for Cansdlin. school. p p For Canadian School II I If -The Canadian people BID our near ill II oljhbora." They aro closely bound to I us by lies of race, ami inter- national -friendship, act] they have n-lLhoul silal s-Acriucwa ihcmselvps. and their youth and their resources, the end that democracy might be and extended. these rea- sons, if yonr hoard sees fit to use any o new sift ia promoting ed- ucation in Canada, such action would meet with my cordial approval." In asserting thit SS.COO.OOO would be set cslde for Canadian schools, Dr. Vincent said: "Kroia Iblj appropriations will Foundation to medical schools, on condition that they raise .additional fundi from, other sources. It Is hoped thai f5.000.000 thus em- ployed by the Foundation at this (hue Kill glre a distinct Impetus to tha de- velopment of meaieal education In Canada-" FAMOUS BABY CASE IS TO BE APPEALED TORONTO. Dec. for Mrs. D. 51. Mailers, Harding and Har- dy, barristers, of this hire enter- ed an appeal from tho decislou of Jus' lice Lsnuox on Dec, 3, holding that tho famous "baby Irene" Is tha child of Margaret Ryan. itrs. Matters' counsel alleges the discovery of new evidence, and that Ihe trial Judjo trred In not holding that the records of a public institute are CLEVELAND, Ohio, DcV prjm- facia" proof that the child Is First indications ol'a. serious break in Mrs-Matters' own aurf it Is urged the ranks pf.the striking slecl workers thero Is a presumption In favor of legt- and predictions of an immediate end timacy. of the- slrlke that liwi-1-------------------------- up Cleveland's siecl mills Tor three months came today an jounce-: menL'ltiat four i-ialminp a' raemb'ershin ol nearly ruea, I. preparing to declare a truce. At ii joint" mass meeting fq be held tonight, [he 5.000 strikers will vole lo return fd work, or to remain out unlit ihe Eleel companies agree to recos- Says Replacing Olrl System By An Autocratic Bureau TORONTO, Hoc. J. J. Morrison, of tbc Fanners of ttoushi by watch- ing the march of events ca I power behind the throne, today stiarply criti- cized Ihe systen! under which pressui Drury povprnmenl makes ap- poitiiruents to ilie civil service of On- tario. H ie, declared Mr. Morrison, the mere substitutiou ol an autccratic bur- eau for the old tyslcni of pntronage. The government, tie contmrfs, should strike RI ihe "unreasonable? hfgn ''which are the root oi the patron- evil. The goTPrumpal'si action In promoting A woman 10 a posi- tion as resis'trar of Middlesex coutLty, willi offices In LouJon, he chnr terizes as "dcciilcil The United Farmers' pocrc-lary also lodged a pungrnLprotest mak- ing such rm nppointnicnt before tbc "voice of Ihe rural district" Las been ieard. clzo the union. At noon Indications pouited, It was eald. lo a In favor of returning to SALE OF LEMON CAUSES TROUBLE AT DANCE BIBB JUKE CTffi EDMONTON, Dec. sale of dULricls was'a lemon'eilracts and Its and thi I of effects on several of the InhabI-1 B TOKIO; -Dec. (Correspondence of the Azo. an Bctlv.o rolcano In Krusba, has been unusually active for several weeks. Rumblings, umaller eruptionis and fehcwers of ashes weru frequently i perlenced.' A'coniparatirely hig erup- tion occurred a few days ago, -when mas sis of ashes fell uyer the sur- roundinE couatry. The atmospheye the volcano or ye mountaios and fie (hick la 0, caused a great deal o[ trouble Brejisll ashe5 ,rom (lie x among the rejlflents Co Eta. Anne cllUe and ha whlch th ITMS on the have died from TO HAVE INQUIRY INTO PROP. REPRESENTATION 'remler Stewart Commissions J. D, Hurt to Undertake Work in Alberta. EDMONTON', Dec. investi- gation iuto Ihe working methods j proportional reproseulatiou scheme is to be'made at. once and Premier Stewart lias conmiissioued. John Hunt lo conduct II. The ways in which the plan'has been applied In other countries and the decree oi success ivhich has followed il in actual practice, under varying conditions, will [JG studied u'y Mr. Hunt.'wiih a view lo future application lo Ihe Albarla situation. Olr. Stewart anticipates Ihat the question "will be raised in Iho legisla- lure and some of Mr. Hunt's findings I be ready foi at that lime, but it is uot Introduce any legislation at Lhe coming session. MONTANA RANCH-DEAL ST. PAUL, IJec. purchase of acres of Montana grazing laud with head of calllc, was effected yesterday- by Ibe Hill1 Lnnil Corporation, organized by Waller J. The foundation stone of any Bank'i success must be ser- vice lo ihe poblic. The 87 yem of steidy growth of this Bank, its steady increase in assels and resources, are a mea- sure" cf the sound, ronsisienl, friendly service il exiends lo ils customers. May we not serve you, loo? THE BflHK OF SCOTIS W. D. K1XC r Le-.hbridBe Brintl BOLSKEV1KI AND POLES IN COMDAT gagement tetwecn Polish forces the Bolsbevlki nt Taiga, the juncL'vn on the Iraus-Sibcrinn railroad for the branch line lo Tomsk. Is said ASTOR SMILES HER THANKS TO THE ELECTORS OF PLYMOUTH OILED PAPER FOR np ot a dance the arrest of about Say5 OD9 report. TfaB a half dozen persons who hire since from thfl ere. contain JHill, sun of ILe lalo James J. Hill; been arraigned In court and fined. lirT8 pcrcentaEe of polsbnoua ote- (justice Oscar Hell am. of the Min- esota supreme coiirl; H. P. Mc- ielland, widely known Mont ockman and F. S. Dalryinple, of I ihe caused the trouble, had beenL penalized to Ihe extent'of a fine ot and'costs. REDS FROTE3T AGAINST ALLEGED "SLAUGHTER" BERLIN', fee. to Iforld workers, especially Soclalisla In.Great Britain, (lie United Slates, Kmpce and llalj-, asking that those goTernmenla lake steps to stop Lbe alleged "slaugh- ter" of communists and Socialists in Hangary, .are lie tag sent out by the central government board ol the Aus- tria! social democracy. a not think any great dlsastious erriptlon iflll RETURN U.S. RAILWAYS TO OWNERS, MARCH 1 WASHINGTON, Dec, Irfent .Wilton tdnlght lisued proc- lamatloni resuming the railroads and expreis companies to private control, March 1. Failure of con- gnit to enact remedial legisla- tion wai given as the reason for exteryfing by two the time originally agreeded for relinquish- Tng government control of the railreadK. In hii message to con- gren last May, President Wilson said the roads would be turned back at the end of.the calendar year. Mrs. Phllllpt li Free From tiwn and Other Trouble! Since, Taking TanTac. lias glrcn ms tiack my health cad made me Ucl just like I Tinted to said Mrs. 'A. Phillips, llvca at 1S04 Fourtenlh AFC., Vari- couvar, B.C., In a converEallon with a Tanlac tepresentallve recently. heaUK n'as In a general run doVn continued Mrs. PhU- "my food wasn't Biting me nour- ishmenl and I was losing ail the strength and energy I had. 1 TOS never hungry and (he ItLtle T managed lo eat did me more harm than good. Often I had headaches and also Sad rheumatic 'pains In my feet, one day In One foot and the next day In Ihs other. I very, nerrous Dud couldnTt Fleep good at night, and when 1 got up ID the morning, I felt Ifred out. My wortc a tirugery and from morning till I had a. draggy worn out feel- lug About me. "I haven't finished my third hoUlo ol (Tanlac yet but I hare already changed so much that I don't feel like woman at all, why, 1 don't, eren -haTe an uncomfortable feeling about me now. My appetite is slmpl> .fine and I can goat Just plewe, loo, for everything a-jrces with me and giving me hlrcnglh am energr. 1 haven't had a single head- net a since I begaa (aklng Tanlac, ami all'Jncea of the rheumatic pains In ray foot hatfl complttely left me, Tho ncrrousneas la all gone, loo, and 1 im sleeping sound ere ry nfght and IIITQ that wcrn out feeling, but dm' built up fn every way, Tanlac Is cerUfnly getlldt; a lot of praise and H dwerres ercry hit of It, loo, for tha good It la doing everj-- TRUCK COLLIDES WITH STREET CAR; ONE KILLEO 26.-rSlicrmaa Jack- Eon, aged 19, 1225 Twelfth avenue west, ot D. G. Jackson, la dead; Gwendoline Dcssellc, aged 13, 621 Ninth avenue and Melville Mor- ison, of Twelfth avenuo west, arc n tbe hospital severely injured, and I3es9etlo, aged lo is suf cring [rom "a hrohcn. leg and bruises as the result of a head-on collision be ween a Kord Iruck and a elreet car near tho Intersection ol SIxleeDb ave- nue and. First street N.W., at 10 o'clock Wednesday evening. The auto mobile was completely 'wrecked. ALBERTA ENDEAVORS TO GET BACK THE INTEREST Paid When G.T.P. Defaulted on B J. R. Boyle Visits Ottawa. EDMONTON, Dec. o not the provincial government Is t he reimbursed for the money It ha paid-out In Interest on guarantee rtlhray bonds through the default o Uie Grand Trunk Pacific Railway con pany Is a question now being dtscu eed. Hon. J. IL Doric has Just rrtyr ed froDl Ottawa, where he dlscusse the matlcr with (he department justice, laying Alberta's aide of th case before tho federal autborllloa and securing a promise that IL would bo given consideration. Some la Involved In the account, pro- vince having heon called upon to make up Itvo defaults of the Interest pay- I menla. bren fought Dec. 23, according to slate department advices, but trains bearing American supplies succeeded lu, gelling fightiofi liaes. American Ray and Hansen are reported safe. SLEEPING SICKNESS AT OTTAWA OTTAWA', Dec. cases ot sleeping siciness have been discovered in Ottawa and. are now being treated iti one of the local hospitals. The con- dition of one patient Is.nnderstooil in be rather serious, but the other is rraclicallj'.assured of recovcrv. These are the tirsl o! this disease lo o- reported in either OttawJ city or ;lli trict STRIKES LO.N'DOX, Dec, cnce Df the Associated Seven of the largest trade unions la Grea Britain have inaugurated a movemen' Mm ins at the prevention of imauthor izeii strikes. H 13 declared the move- ment 13 sponsored by the National Un- ion of T-inera.1 Workers, representing' an enormous membership: The nbove photograph was taken Just after the polling at FJymouLh was announced, an-d Astor wa's declared to Lo duly elecLcd as a. member o" Parliament. GOOD OLD BOURBON "JST PLAIN BY MAGICIAN'S WAND Mr. Hermann the Great' nor any nrcromanccr could have been more successful than the man who changed ten barrels of whiskey to trn barrels of water so'mtwhcre between Baltimore and New York city to- day. It was a disappearing act that will doubtless be remember- ed by the consignee of the whis- key. When the "nrcwstcr'1 left here it was pronounced good old Bour- bon. When the shipment arrived Tn New York City it was declared by experts to be perfectly qooJ cprlng water. No one here where the whiskey has gone. GERMANY HAS HANDED OVER GUNS, MACHINE GUNS AND VQO AIRPLANES TOKONTO, Dec uji ami lon't commanded three auto inadlla uT Harry J. Anderson, a re- urned soldier, at the intersection of and Lonsilalc ronds last night. Vndcrsou rtld mafec any noise, tut permitted two of I lie bandits lo abslr.icL" ?30 from "nls pockets, wliile he third held a revolvnr to his fucc. fourlli man remained in an nuto- nobile waiting for the others. Hob- by. fl'jlimobilo bandits have teen cotnhion licfe this week in var- ous sections ot Ine clly. ew York. The huge ranch is 25 lies from Miles. City, along Ihe owder rilizpah.and Tonbuo rivers id has good water faclli- es, it is said. Mr. Hill said the Inrolvea The roperty formerly was the old Holt neb._________________ THE MAYOR MILLIONS MPERIAL SERVICE DETJIOIT, Mich., Dec. SCHEME BEING LINED UP benefactions totalling approximately will bo made as Christmas Dec. by James .Couscns, millionaire nee of the AstociatcU -mayor of Detroit, it. was announced chenrc oE Imperial wireless coramunl allon 13 being prepared under the sup- S'lsloQ of Hie secrctarr of the colon- ea.% The plan Is lo link up nil" ol rilaln's overseas .pozsesslon for wJrc- J3S and strategical purposes. this alicrnoon. NOTHER ACCIDENT ON C.P.R. LINE NEAR ONAWA TORONTO, Dec. mcs- ago received here this atternoon "Another accident on tlie Canadian 'aclflc llallway near the scene Isaster of a Few days ago at Onowa, lalne, occurred night when train 15, westbound, left the rails three illes east, of Tarrallne, ilalne. There were no casualties, but the trackage :IRST SLEEPING SICKNESS DEAJH IN ST. THOMAS ST. THOMAS, Ont.r Dec. The 13-year-old son of Mr., and Mrs. J. Dlackwell, this city, who was. Ihe firsl person In the clly to suitor from sleeping sickness, died early this morning at the Isolation hospital, after a few days' Illness. Tills Is tlio first death In the city fron the malady. SUICjDED DESPONDENT POUT HOPE, OnL, Dec. Suf- fering from rheumatism and despond cnt, Silfrld Payne, aged 21, driver (or a rural mail contractor here, hangcc himself from a ladder leading to a was lorn up for 300 (eel, causing sev- jhayloll ID Ihe contraclor's stable yes rtl hours' dcliy to terday. LONDON. Winston Spencer Churchill, secretary for war, an- nounced in the house of today that the had hand-, ecf over to th: alllei guni, machine, guns, trench mortars and airplanes. They had itlll failed to deliver loco- motivei and railway'trucks. The secretary considered that {he Germans had made a Iremen- dous effort to comply with the conditions imposed upon them. AND DON'T AND HARRY PAID Is Iking Ustd in Unti Glass Works Can Be Rebuilt VAU2XCIEXNES, FraBce, Dec. 2f of yards of oiled paper ar, g sent lo Franco ai substitute fo glaifl, vhlle tho iluss vrork u dcparlmeiils M'lped out during war nro belag rebuilt. This obscrva i iikudb today by the corrc of lUo Asioclatcd Preia, 3 belug made acquainted with the re conetructlon worX a trip ducted under joverument auspi Tlio "IransjiiTencT" It corupoced o shcels ol oiled paper.' Elielchet Between Ltio vindow caslnji and re Intorccil ty a widely ipiced networl ol alrlnEs. Work ot reclaiming 3 per ceal ot ItiB nations' Klats worlia end cera tnWi pUuls, whlcli.Uy In ruins at end ol the war, Is alow because lq tue difficulty of replacing tho ras mass ot copper tubo and tbe special! designed furnaces employed, iu tbe h rtustry. N'evertliFlcsB, the mtmutac liircrs aro resuming operation of I1BCC5. Kxperts estimate Uiat It -will lj threo years before pre-war producllo can be obtained. Stripping of iho machinery of cop per iKirte by the Ocrinaus lias grea ly hindered Iho I'rench In nutting Ih' Industry on Its feet, inasmuch as co per comprised about Iwo-Iillhs of U mntrrial used In the mechanical cnul incut. HUNGARY'S FINANCES IN TERRIBLE CONDITIO BERLIN, Dec. of Iho Associated llu TAT, Hungarian premier, stated Uudniicsi. lo a deputation rcpresentlii tlioso correspondents during the w that cumnmniam lifc'J. cost llu troQcns (normal abuuL according to jiort here. The premier ga Lhat the Human Ian Inroad tiki kronen more. Th; onal assembly has lo restore Hu ary's 'finance from a desperate co dltloii. POLICE BROKE IT UP NEW YOliK, Dec. Christ- mas Dny celebration-, of the League for Amnesty for Political Prisoners met with disaster -yesterday, when Lhc police, soldiers and Irate clllzcos brohc it Tip, DRIFTING WITH ICE FLOES QUEDKC, Dc-c. came no further ncivs today of Iho "Canadian 'ivhich is caught in the Ice below here. Sbe has not been seen nor heard from slnco laic yesterday afleruoon. She wag last reported drifting willi tho IIocs off Mfitano, all well. You wil him food md hobby, You'.warit him big sr.d Then give him 'a pure' wool Jeriry.' by his rrter.d.'Bob Let him rofrp with ill vtar, He'- the toy In the AT.'- dways ilG CENTRAL FREIGHT CLEARING SCHEME FOR LONDON IS REJECTED SPEAKER OF BRITISH HOUSE IS TO RETIRE is little doubt lha Iho 'night Honorable J. W. Lowlhcr spcalicr of the houst) of commons, will retire In the early fulure. In reply to a question on Ihe point .Mr. thcr has replied that his resignation, whenever II comes, ivill be announced In proper form, firstly to the houso of ommona. For somo years past Mr. (Lowthcr haa not enjoyed good health, and Iho duliea of his oflice have every year become more arduous, Ilia. raalEEa- lion will be- received with, sincere rc- grpt by every parliamentarian, for in Ihe long line of ihoso who have filled the famous -chair, none have carried themselves with morfe dignity and ahlllly. r LONDON. Dec. Thn uoar.l ol Iradc comnjittrc Indny i ejected the Fihemc of A. to reionn traffic In by V5 frclghl willir.t c-nc cenlral clearing rlLllon. coininitlco' glvoa. as 1U rhlcf "iiat Uic cipenOilure in of a IIIEC- porting of HIP the lnipruc.llcahlll'.y oC healing. with tragic tracks con- j rectinp trunk system the ler I mliia.13, the congestion of street traf- fic created around Iho clearing house and the necessity of maintaining also VENIZELOS AT PARIS Venlwlos, of Greece, arrived In Paris today. iho minerals. depots for coal and other BOYS' PURE WOOL WORSTED JERSEYS frwn "CWf FOfc HARD WEAK, COHFORT AND SMART AfFEAXAMCE R.G. LONG ft CO. LOOTED CANADA th, LmKl SPEECH FROM FISHING BOAT fn Lelhbridge by D, Hifflobotham ft In Coal- DUttODd Drag Stationery Store, ud In by Mrs. N, CAPT. ROSS SMITH REACHES QUEENSLAND LONDON', Deo. Smith, Aualraiian BTlator who recelil- Ijr complelcd n (llghl from (o AnslraHa, thereby winnhig a of -has landerl at Charlcs- yllle, Quectialand. nfici' safely nego- llallnB the formliloljle Mo-jnt Owcsn according lo advleei from His machine w-aa In a damaged condition, Ibc advices adj. MOTOR TRANSFER Light and Heayy Draying, Goods Carefully Handled by Motor. Prompt Service. MacKay and Bell 803 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 1502 Vlscoiinlesq ABlor, the Unionist M-P. for a mccllng of fishermen front one of their boats IhC fishing (JUaiLcr anu 16 niiOWTl QB BOUTl'ITul. r j Now More Than 380 Branches in Canada Constantly tnlktfclng our ephcra of Influence) rnny e i lend to our fullest porslblo liantlnj vti haTc to four brc-nch system lit Cfviiftdi. this jetr. We liavo orarjcnu and lo grow. Wo aim (o bo tho DlgrMt Bank In from t cf Cbaratfier und Soiilce. UNION BANK OF CANADA RI5OUKCU. JIS1000.000 Lcllibridgo Brnnch A. Dunbar, Malinger.- a aljo al Cardilon ;