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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta point Tin-: LKT1IBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, RKCEMBER 29, 191'J Che Dcralfc Ictbbrtooc, Hlterta DAILY AKD WEEKLY rs ana Publiihtri iTHS LETHBRIDCE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED tth Itretl South, Lrthbridtt W. A. guchaui and Manisii-j Director Tcrnncc 11'JsinOis Jlsuate TELEPHONES Office Itarlil Ofllcc 1221 Audit Bureau cl Circulation! Subscription delivered, per weolt .....I .1' Dally, dffllvareJ. year T.u? Dully, by mail, per year .......5.W ite "'soft drints" concern, as the cou- vktious show, the cf son Grinds Es duly Ihc cloak lor doing busi- ness with the hard stuff. The rase of the estatiishmcul re- ferred 10 is one which could noL bu! bate come under purview of iho city council. With the present way la which the law allows Itself to be eraded. they have no doubt come to the "oncluElou thai the case Is hope- leas. Have they considered the mat- Jer of tbe license plan? This only be a nominal sum for giving the council the power to camel the- license of such esiablisbrnems as we rcler lo -ind rot lo reaew the same until ihe full hlptory of the place Is gune This applies to who Is the actual own- j cr or legal tenant, whal part he plays lu regard to the establishment, if he j Is the tenant, in Baying the reni acd [other expenses In fact tbe Itceose system "'ill put an end to anything ftTMAGm A Entertainment Dramatic Company's Farce Fair by mail, per l.M mall. yea.- U. U.S. S.OO .MAuliATR iwiltrv show held In Magrath EX-c. j be o( inualji end 1920 vfs.9 a greal success. We had in thc neighborhood of entries most of which were from this dlalrlcL There were, however, some distinguished PX- hibitors from Taber, among them wero Me'srs. Myers anil llardinga Bros, who EMMA GOLDMAN TOO RICH TO BE WELCOME IN RUSSIA r- NEW will be no music cr oralsTy to welcome Emma (ioIJuina and her HeJ when ihey reach Itus- sla. their eutorco'ii dpptri- ure from Ihe Vnlicd States. Ludwlfi C. A. K. Gartens, "repre- sentative of lha Soviet government here. Is authority (or this statement. He said Saturday thai neither Gold- man. Alexander.' Bc-rtman nor any members o( ihtS "Red" party about to be deported would be welcomed In Russia, as Miss Goldman had thought ihey mtfihi. Ho asserted ihey wouH be hut not wel- comed In any part o[ Hunts. "1C Mlsa Goldman euld there would flowcra to vrclcoiue her In Russia she Is all saltl Mar'.oiis. "The .Russian KfllCHAK FORGES ii Soviet government has bail enough trouble with anarchists and Is not looking for mora." o( the camouflage adopted in keeping u-ere successful In winning a number vocal' such concerns going. j of U is time lint what is gaining u The comrcliitan-waB keen especial; U was ijolotod out by anulher ad' repuiallou In ihe cily, in the case al Ibe particular establishment mentioned and others, should be put a stop to. of eipiry ol subscription ap-JThc remedy, as wu see it. is in the the dilly on address Inbnl. Accept-1 of ,he in rflto crtii give to themselves, in. regu- ating ibc so-Killed Mrlok traffic nnd putting nn end to some extent Lo a state of things which should hot be suffered to continue. There are, as E rule, means to an end. ilriS 7HIALS IN WINNIPEG The Terdicl of ihe jury and :hc- sentence on It, the leader, should serve lo give H Jng eliccl to Hsu unreil tbai it made j COALDALE HAY aculr. by the action tn" men FREE FREIGHT bis stamp. Thcce men seek to undo] That ihey regard aa wrong by methods which nre AA ITTOUS j the evils, they brlnj themselves to sec in Ihe and Industrial sys- tem ot the present day. Such pro cesses.ns they advocate will not IfciJ anywhere in the rexci real or Itnng Probably owing to a understanding o[ Ihe of ill-. nther will tbcy lacK of proper true circum- stances surrounding the case, Ihe pro- vincial department ot agriculture and ihe farmers of'the Coaldale district ir.z fres ireight certificates for hay ordered by farmers la the droulh dls- [rDm-the Coaldaie haj farmer5. help to make confusion con- Thc dfipartmenl or holdg founded. -There is wsj- and ag 5Qrae faay has shippei] way fur "re.'armcrs lo seek, b? ,n lhc drouth districts sur- "but unfortunately men .tlic j'rounding districts Btamp cbwsc the wrous woy-. r JrM ,t In a civilized country It.'Is abso- bp Improper lo allow Coal lutely essential that law and order pdale be out on the free should pre-Toll. H Is alto nccessarj' 1 that Ibe spirit beb.ud law and order tHould-'preTall. in its true tense has' to be gaiped by justifiable means. .-That Is Uia .only correc', .'meina lo a correct 'end. There are 'ccrlsin .methods of remedying crong are known as s: are made so by tbe people .iiemselYes. and Thlch they hsTe bte.n made coninlaDds the The people- as a -.wHble Till adrocaied by the ejctremist who. more" often.thnn EoL relies on bla- aa'Lis stock In trade, in Lhe spirit that other- vise "plb.ello'3 occupaUon.js'.gone." The Wiuilpeg verdict and sentcncR ire a rindlcalioQ order. That there; are grievances lo bo remedied in the industrial world niauy Till asfee, but La allow oMhese gricv- tielng remedied by tbat are grievous arc not Lbe mtlboils which a law abiding people will for a moment Ibink ol Eubwlltlng to. 11 is well that this should be drirec home. The lesson tauRhL in the Rus- fell case should be a salutary tne, even to'the individuals who do not appear to have-the power lo dlEcrimicale between tbe rightful and the wrongful procesj at arriving at the end they h'ivc In view. lv in the heavier and larger variety oC Tho judge. Mr. K. X. Darker ol Canlston, fomnicnilnj; on the exhib- its ihey were very good Indeed for suih a small district and that the ex- hibitors possessed a high grade ot stock. ThQ and turkey exhibits were as good as he had seen anywhere.'' Among the chief exhibitors from Magrath were: J. B. Hlrie, YVm.'Jac- Jlendelkow, George Spen- cer and Wm. Murray, who exhibited heivlest In Langslian. Plyinqulh Rocks, Barrort Hocks, lihode Island Rtfdp, Duff Leg- horns and Cornlsli. .These arc among the hardier ot Ihe standard varieties ol fowls and the exhibits shown reflected credit 6n the exhibitors as poultry fanciers. A Farce Comedy On Monday evening th'c Magrath Dramatic Society presented a fine Tarce comedy "All a A large and appreciative audience' thoroughly enjoyed Ihe fnterlammenL The cast was composed of a group of Magrath young people shov great ability In tho dramatic Hue. All parts were sustained and 110 single one could be pointed oat as thc best. Thc whole three acts wore lull oi fun and Lhc.audience was kept in a fit of laughter from slart to finish. The rast of characters [ollows: Capt. Skinner, S. R. Tootner; Lieui. Richmond, James Mercer; llichard Hamilton, Wm. TJlurinel- 'Ferdmrd Llghlhead, DarLon Poulsen; Millie Richmond. Ela Coombs; Nellie Hunt- Ington, Edith Nellie Bkinnor, Idcll Toomcr; N'cllle Mclntyre, Alice Woolley. Christmas Entertainment A very enjoyable social evening was spent on Xmas Ere by a large crowd at the. Presbyterian church. A large Christmas tree TSS prettily decorated and loaded with presents for Ihe chil- dren. Santa Claus arrived' on time and presented each child "with s. gift from Uie-tree.1' A Christmas program was veil given and enjoyed. Miss of iho EOvlcL form of govern. men! here that freedom of speech was permitted in but lhal Lujr. surh zs Miss Goldoiaa tier associates tii here. meets with rieaih there. Trials, ac- cording lo reports from the strong- hoI.U of thc invariably are fair, inipcnlal and a forerunner of a ntence to (ace a squad. Moreover, wealthy anarchists are nol welcomed in Ihe government of the Soviets. The cash now In Iho possession of Derkman, Miss Gold- man and -any other members of Iho party probably will be appropriated Immediately on Ihelr arrival in Rus- sia. Excess wardrobes also vrlll he siibjecle'd lo HU official examination anil appropriation. If the rules now obtaining In Russia carried out. E But Rebels Have Captured Kail- way Station Across Fuel Famine'at Pef- rograd WASHINGTON. Rcc. lo the stale department today s tbn revolutionary Soc-Ialisls-, who started aaii uprising ai Irkutsk, the new seat of the Kolchalv government, lad taken possession of tbe raltroad tlo'n across the river from tho sliy, Christmas Day. Kolchaw'b forces continue to hold tho city. Only small cmfl controlled by Czech troops op- ernto across the Memhcrs of Uie Red Cross party in that rtclnliy were safe and ihc dlepntchca said that tlic repre- of Iho entente bad noL left l he city. 'Dr. Denavan, formerly of DanlT. Caii- und Heil Deer, died ai SttilUer. Aid. Uews ana Connelly are mayor- liy candidates In Ilevdsloke. The Farmers are RetlhiE sY ILI and meet- igs :iro Lelng beld. Tlic Saskatchewan Co-operative Creameries Co., hus declared on S HT cciit. bonus on tho salaries, of Us mnloyces wbo bare been In its aer- to ut luast one year. Her. John Wright, rector emeritus St. Pant's Kplscoiial Church. Si, 'mil. Is Uoail. Dr. Wright 3 years of age and. was considered LII futernafiuiiul autborily uuou (From Our Own t WAHNER, Alta., rras son il ent) Dec. Th? French Aviator in Race to Aus- tralia Had Adventure in Siam With Big Bird reigbt basis. The farmers of ihe Coaldale district on the other hand point out .that thc :anners of Cardston district are wili- ng to. pay lhc price by lhc Coaldale farmers Cor their hay it thej can get H on the free freight basis, but the government, instead of grant- ing I fee freight privileges on tbe short'> haul, .-grauls Instead the Irce freight certificates for shipments of bay. from or some other far off point, or even nfys the ifrom eastern provinces. Ob- viously there would be a big saving In tLe amount of freight paid by the pro- vincial and Dominion governments and the rallwny company if the short- er haul were more employed. In addition, there is a deal of on -the part of the farmers over tho delay In securing shipments n r 11 i m. v i- lne dance tickets oOc, and choose THe of Coaldale hay by Lie farm- the partners for dancing.- Tho ELlen- ne Poulet, thc Fronchrnan who recent- ly yielded tKe Paris-Australia air mco o Captain Ross Sm'.lh, is safe here oday, following a In Iho air with i huge vulture broke a of his machine1 and forced him to land en e small, plateau in the Lieut. Poulet left Bangkok, Siam, on hnu'rs safler Ciipt w rat uotil f Whltt, Mrs. Heathershaw and Mrs. Gauace had thtp In charge. This evening will long be by the children especially. Tba 51. I. A. will hold a Leap. Year Basket Dance on .Tuesday evening neit, Dec. SOtti. The ladles "must pre- pare a bastflt o! lunch for Lwo people, put her name In Ihe basket nnd the who buys the basket will eat lunch with the lady. The girls will MAKING LIGHT OF THE LAW Tbe case in tbt cily jiulice court .where ap offender uurler the Liquor Act wu fined J20Q for having In his liquor for Bale, is a scrloua ;QDt of tbc process of the law, in the loopliolts It those who desirous oC making use of them lo escape Ha rigors anil to carry on whit' lie none other than ncfariau; actbbs as the law stands at EHlablishmenl under different ers In near-by drouth dlstrlcU who are willing la buy it would tend greatly lo relieve the pressure on ibe railway and would provide feed during the period when IL is moat needed. Of course, IL Is lo be remembered that the government, In order to protect Ibe -farmers, has provided that free freight will be granted only on hay sold at a maximum of J24 a ton, but obviously Coaldale tame hay sold at prices being asked for It, is worth more for most feeding pruposos than jlhc class of hay being shipped from free freight districts. the circumstances, IL be sola at auction at no 75c and no more_lhan 375, each kels than _ gent will be ejected .to buy a haskel If he daaccs. This way Is being tnfcen to gel money lo run the' gym. The young people are all enthusiastic ih csioylne the gym. ?n hope the> will take pail In Hie basket dance. Seed Fair The Maeralh Seed Fair held In the IOWD hall en Thursday was a success [ul aBair, a number of entries In seec! gralnr, and garden seed were on dls- Play. More Interest taken each year in fair .which should bo the caae'. The same evening Mr. Hiigh Mclotosh, tbc seed fair Judge, deliv- ered a very fine lecture on seeding, 6. ITTO hours safler d smUli, tnd direct his I lad been lacking uaLil flast nlj when he lauded here in his mnchine. The French, aviator, jn rclallne fiis cxnoneucea tahl he no-iced his attacker while flying alUtuiIe of lent over mountain peaks in Sbim, about1100 miles'jeajl ol Moul- main. Tlio vulture, he'' said, clrclerl for a lime over the aircraft, which was little speed because of weather ''conditions, Uieo dived straight downward, striking and shat- tering iho right propeller." school concert given in Iho opera on Wednesday last-by lhc pupils o" the consolidated school wns wplc-nnei by n crowded house. It was tue mos umbilious effort so far put forth Rnd tLn teachers aro to be congratu lalcd on tho excellent shuwins made It would not be possible to make com parisons, every number being well re celved, Naturally, Jn go large a schoo only n small percentage of Ilia pupil could hope lo participate In the pro- but. it Iho showing b' those who took part, can in any wti. he equalled by thosfi did not lak part, then the comiap generation ii 'rnnor will be aule to show n Uigl of musical hlslrloniT talcn! The dunce and soiree given by (h bachelor boys on Friday lisl 13 get Gially admitted to have been Iho bos I event ol its kind hitherto give In Warner this season, even bettei if tbnt were possible, than lhc affai arranged previously by the hachelo girls. Tbe boys had made up Ihei minds nol to he outdone, and It I concerted lliat they were successful. The Christmas holiday wns spent b the majorily ot Warnerllcs'quietly a home. Mr., and Mrs. G. V.7. Marti and family' wen I-to Calgary to spen tho holiday with old friends, and M PA ICKED UP IN ASSING FOH THE BUSY and Mrs. A. P. Vealc and daughle spent the holiday at Taher. E. E. Frcjr returned Lo his home in Lima, for the holiday: _ Mias :Avi3. Lilly, also, retprned tor. the, holidays. Mrs. b-'X. McMillan came to War-' r.zr a weok'before Christmas to help her sister, Miss Lillian Mohan, who has teen very Just before Christmas it became ne- cessary "In lake Miss Mohan lo tho F. S Simpson, who bus buou clerk ot the Supreme and District Courts al Deer tor some thirteen years, has icon appointed chief accountant hi UK N'ortli Alberta Land Titles olflce at Edmonton und takt's- up his dullcs .here wilh tbe -New Year. Mrs. Stephr.ii, wife of Cnptnln J. A. Steiibcn, contractor on the DaiifMVIn- dermcrc road, was killed by a bullet :rom a .22 rifle at Radium Hoi Springs, 'B.C., between 12 midnight and 1 o'clock Friday morntnp. The deceased is u foiuier rcsldeut of Jas- per, Alia. Mrs. Olive Atlclc niches, lias Leon awarded by Chlet Justice Slf William Mulock, alimony In her net Ion against Charles H. n weLt-kuown soil cltor in Toronto. Mr. nnd Mrs. Iliclica wtrc married ID 1911. She was -.1 stenographer in his office and was 23 years of age at the time of their mar He was -13, a widower with four children. The death occurred in Ont., of the Rev. Alexander Moss, lather of Mrs. (Jlev.) Alexander Maclllllan, of ToroDlo. Ho was born In the high- lands o( Scotland and caino to Canada a young man. His first cburgc was Knos church, I'iclou. X.S. His next charge was al Out. From there he went lo Whycomagh. N'.S. For a number of years ho hns been living n. retired life. Fice dcstrovcd one of thp, palatial buildings creeled on an .alJ-rabilcrn scale- at Lashlmrn, Sask., some years ago, by James 'Morrison Tlrucc, a wealthy old-countryman. Shortly filter his arrival lu Saskatchewan. Mr. I) nice picked out Lashburn as tLe lo- calloif of his luture home. He acqulr- ed-a_farm-whsrehehp.d erected R mag. ni [ice n l home, barns and otilbouses; out. Since tho syattm was inaugural- ed the receipts hjave amounted to about The coal of collee- tlou has been u round 14 per'oeul. "With bullet wounds In the back and the head badly battered. the body of G. Stanley Brown, sou of the late If. JJrown. million-' Biro Detroit cigar manufacturer, was found lu tla autouiobLln on u counirr road leading 'to Mount A ring set with a caret diamond, wortb ol securities sad con- siderable currcnc) ID his clothing was 11 la believed that he listed Eoaie tiiue durlujf tbe [Resident anuouuced tbo ap- lfltiiicut of Henry M, 11 obi n BOH cf Cal.; Jolm P. form- r President oT the United Mine Work- ers of America, and nembrundt Peale, au IndepcQcleut coal operator of Penn 3ylvaTiia as his comnilfslon to iavceti- gate HID bituminous coal industry to determine whether the miners arc en- itled to oil increase o( more wag -ban H per cent. In wages, and, U it a revision of prices to tho public s necessary. All three meu were in jOvprnmcuL scn'lcc Jurlng the war. Cannd'a.'a trade In November was greater than that of November, 191S, by more than 00. W. J. a SI. Thomas police- man, lias received a Meritorious Medal Cor bravery during the battle or the Bom me. J. P. Wllfion, nranltord, has le- cciveil "black hand" letter tclltiiB him I o leave tho city, but tho police ill ink it Is n Joke. Acting on a mandate from Iho provincial board of health, Guclph will pcud J 100, 000 In replacing tbc pres- ent writer pijic-3. DIscoyeriDB H at Mrs. McMillan to contlnuo tho Journey. LleuU Poulet joccompanyine her. Their many friends searched the mountain tops for lLat lhti operation may bo BUG, an hour before a suitable landing place MIBS Mohan, us a competeat could be foujid. He made his own repairs and con- lintied, to this city. lie leave here Lomorrow on return" trip lo P.iria. in indention also building a church and' a bungalow The orgarilraHon which has been "dk reeling the-.Thrill gtflmp method "ol war lias proved, lop ezpcnsfvc in the R'mount realized and the minislcr of [Innncc has de- cided to do p.way with "It. The system is worhrng well in the schools and there nre evidences of thrift being en- couragtuL It will be continued there throush-tha post hnt the management will he cut How Mason Risch Piaoos Are Built (A hook with 17 plclureaj, ASK FOR OUR BOOKLET "INSIDE INFORMATION" which pictures every step In the making of the famous old MASON RISCH Wo Sell on-, easy terms. Write, tor Style Booklet, 'describing1 aew models sold at prices from' "FACTORY TO HOME" TO, UHITED ef has periodically figured In coarL for infractions of Ihe Uqoor. H.Acl. But, notwithstanding liU, It illll continue! to nourish by aim pla process o( a change of owierablp, so Ibat in Ihe case ot a conviction (here would not be thf'opportanlty ol a Jail sentence "W Ing Impoaed under liio Acl, In thai Ihe Individual is nen though (he of- ffnce.lfl old. R Is a mere fooling the law, and that the lines Imposed are deterrents are proved" In the repc- .tltloc of offeBces, though Iho offonden are not the umc while Identified with Ihe vftme When, such as (hnae Which the pArllcular CElabUihment Is WMtlfied come lu public notice, It Is nrpritfnr Ibat so much lias been reflection on tbc police In oat the observance of order In the cily, ft la not how (he'itolJco who are lo blame bu cys 1 era which allows their effort! to To remedy Inloler abte rtatft of affalH, Ihe city" ccun. hare the we no htaita UftM ]l be by a by. making U incumb- ent on ail iid ererr sof (o a license for selling iAJw.'.ft to the COM that In the case o would Ep.em to the Herald that the government might do well to relai its decision In the case of hay from .Coaldale. Tha farmer al Cardston feeding dairy cows probably feels thai he would be well repaid to buy Cosldale alfalfa al the ruling rates and thinks he la entitled lo tho free frclglil. The farmer at Turin, asL outside Lbc Coaldale dlalrlcl who feeding young cattle where bulk nd roughage are wanted more than aallty probably desires to ship In he northern Alberta hay on the free rcfght basis, and In doing ao he hag t unloaded at Ihc Coaldale station, Obvlon.sly Ihere ii no parallel in the wo and the rule which fit3 ihc >ne will nol lit the other. We are quite ready to admit that the Govern- ment haa.hfld an enormous task "n hlg Irec frctghl prohlem and has handled the Equation well considering '.he difficulties, bul In this case would: I not he possible to relax tbe ruling under certain safeguards. Especially la thls.lrile h', as the farmers claim, preparation of ground and how lo prevent smut and destroy'noxious weeds. It was listened to by a good crowd of farmers. Mr. B. Denning has relumed home again from Ulab, wheie he went, lo attend Ihe golden wedding of hla par- ents. Mr. and MM. P. D. Clarke have tak- en up residence again In MngrALb. Mr. Clarke haa accepted a position on the public school stafT hero. PARIS PLANS TO.IHJILU WORLD'S NEATEST HALL PARIS, Dec. Is lo have what the newspapers declare to be the griialesl hr.ll In tho world. The bill authorising demobilization provid- ed Ibal an exhibition palace be con- tructed for agricultural nnd horse tho aUlc paying; ttro-llilnla of he cos; an- ths of Paris one-lhlrtl. he building Is to lie finished our years. he plans for lha new construction now ieforc the Tminlclpal council, pro- vided for a hall 435 feet) ong, 115 metres wide and -54 metres high, with galleries. Thc bullri- ng win coyer seven and a half hcclara IS 1-2 RESUME EXPORTS ____; WARSAW, contem plalfng the possibility of the Impor- latlon of materials necessary for a resumption of Industrial production and for exportation, In apllo of ex change oulllncfl to correspondents (oday liy M. Orabalti, minister of the treasury. M. said tho Polish mark be the monetary value tern- voraiily and that new money vo he Issued only when a golrt reserve h? J been accumulated. Treasury rei cnue will ba aagmenlcd by Incrcfi-aed taxation and Internal loank the. Government .announcement made early In the fall lhat tons of i haj had been.secured for lhc drouth districts, haj nol proved cor- rect. .Many farmers banked on the availability ot Uils feed vrhen hooded end find thai Ihc? look to oilier Eourcei. With Coaldale hay available, why should It rot tin of Id Ihe beat advantage to concerned. Detroit finds ifial It can prolilably operate Ita street rallwaya on a lira cents fare. Whnl does Commlasioner Freeman think? FORMER DYNAMITER OF WELLAND CANAL ENTERS UNIVERSITY PHILADELPHIA, .Dec. Luke Dillon of this city 70 years old, will enter University of Pennsylvania next year as a fresh- man. Mr. Dillon recently earned a tcholarshlp offered by the Irish Press, a weekly paper published In this city in the of the Irish republic, Dillon U an Irishman who serv- ed 14 years In a Canadian 'prfson for dynamiting the Wellahd canal In 1900. He was Knlenced to life Imprisonment, but waa parol- ed and returned to his home here In 1914. nurse, has rendered valuable servibes In this district.. Mrs. G. Rutherford returned lo War- ner with her little son last week. Miss] Mary Derrick nnd Miss Alien Monnnj rclurnb for the holiday from Great' Falls, Tvhere they havo been attend- ing school. Mrs. G. II. Burko and little son nre spending some with lira. Burke's parents at Carman- ay. F, Ainsllc a buslnesa rlsltoi1 to xjlhhridge )ust before Christmas. G. Quick ;ras in town from Iho home- .ead country, renewing old acciualnt- nccs. Mr. and Mrs. Txiwls are gelling moved into llielr Lome after waiting a ong lime (or Uiclr Mr.' j3 manager of the flank of Com- Inking tho place ol Mr. Jordon.'.-s-ho resigned somt ttrae apo. Thc concert given In the Evangelical church on Christmas Ere was attended, the children hav- ng been well Father Bldoau pnducEcd the Christmas services In he Catholic church here. Stanley Doyle, the popular C.P.U. gent here, spent the holiday with bis am liy n! Oranum. Mr. says Ms Is [lie first famlly'rcunlon be has ieen able lo atlcnd since before lie wont lo France. Mr. D. Clark, who has been nrln cfpnl of thn school here, has rcsiRtied take a position In Ilic Magrath acliool, where Ills home fa. It is salt hat OTTlng to removals, tbe attendance at the school has fallen off to sue: an extent that thc hoard may dcclrlo not. to replace Mr Clark until the (a! term. Krntc Schaffcr, one oT Wftrner'g well-known linchelar ranchers, wag re cenlly marrio'l In LclKbrLdgo. Mr has disposed of his liolcllngs here and wiil rcalilc in Haymond. JU3T CARRItO ROUND WITH HIM CStclllfcr Independent.) Mr, (Jus Milker of lied Wl'lbw, dfc' on Wednesday afternoon, litli, a Or. Crclghlon'3 hoipltal. He wa taken suddenly 111 on Wednesday, Dec lOUi, on Ihe street and failed to He had hccn (n poor health Tor Ih year, bul thd end oramc wltlrnn expected lie leavt-a n ul( and n largo fnmlly (o mourn hla Ho wn.i tine of our rarltoat Bctllor and cnrac lo Ilcd Willow from Inwa, Thc Into Mr. Flllkcr was one ol 11 wealth test farrnors In lhc province find fte lind a r.iahton of cnrrylnfj hi Wo n llh around with Ttltn. The day h took HI on Iho slrei.1 liu wan cfirryln A satchel which wfta Hiipposcrl to con tain only ft row personal articles, hi H'hen U Waa opened oflcr a fc-w Any Illncaa it wna found In contain 000.00 In mortgages, hftndi, nnd In nit, who Biialafncd Injurlqs lo the During the war he was afr.nM uAivaj ui iugfti require- splno when ho fell from n ecaftohl, 4 (Hat the Bovernmcnt would lake hfa mcntg. This 13 an mcreasc ot distance of only elx .wnallh away from tMa.wufl 3iO from last St. hoftnllal today, hfs mclhoJ of'kcen'lnt' It safe. 1 CHRISTMAS CHEER DEATH LIST NOW TOTAL9 41 NEW YOTIK, Dec. Federa health authorities nnil polic In many clttcs In [he ens! were stirred Into action today against traffic In "whiskey" made from wood alcohol following Ibc vavD of death and blind neag from this cause Jn Massacfcu setts and Tbc dcilh Hal of vlclims nt In those elalcs N, Y. CLEARING NKW YORK, Dec, ftc'-iial condition of clearing hoaso hanks and IrUBt compJiniea for the vfick (five days) shows that they hold of l mzv "cheer" lhan il. LOYAL SOLDIERS KILLED VLADIVOSTOK, Dec. thi AssocFnlcd officers am one Folrlk-r or the Omsk all-Russia] garrison at- n small (Con poulh of IfabaroraV, were- burn cil to dualh by aiill-govcrnment (orcc Inrfay. Thc rebels, apparently a lion of Uie troops which recently re voiced under the leadership of Gin Galdn, numbering about SiuO, swcp down on tlic garrison of 25 men fired the tarn In which Uie govern men I forces had been living. Fart of (he Rovcrnmenl force, lak luff two niRchlne1 guns and a number o rlflca, Joined Iho wl-o fled t< thc hllla. FALL, FATAL 'WINNIPEG, licC. Sluc'k Slipper Special Holiday Week Only .......Discount Jaeger Line 10 per .cent. All Other Felt Slippers 20 per cent. Large Assortment From Which to Make Your Selection. W. X NELSON CO. 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