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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK TEN TIIR DAILY HERALD. DECEMBER 3t, 1019 EARL HAIG FIGHTS THE C AUSE OF THE MEN HE LED CALGARY. menl of n. novcrm mission lo control ruiJ Tezula'.e coal winiiis industry in A .term i recommendi-i la the re-; un at iLo I c.al which lua been iu-L tew nioiulis. ai ilu- r.ox. j session cf ihe ior. fug the cx'aunlssion oi the mine ihe ;ho coneuicir.g out lie. and Uie provincial The ha? been rulimUud lo the EOVCrnuK-p.i (h? rir? make an Inquiry into i-ic giiuraioa and o bring: In rcroEinend.Uioas upon lluir HIP chair- jnonship of John T. Slirliijg, wero lu-U ai different cer.iers. nnd evidence was uken irom sorcnty- lour Want NEW Commission Id Is Buggi-sted in (ho rojwrt itai a House, London, permanent commission wo tiki an iDiporlant low'.nl pulling the Al- berta coal industry on c. be Her basis, ilie evidence teics clear enough thai ihlnss arc far from satislaciory al Hrerent. The comrmw-ion. as propos- should have jowe-r to make agreements nnJ lo provide Tor .liie of disputes; 10 deal viib living1 and housing conili'.ions; to CQ-ojJera'.e the or ed> ucation In to srhoo] fa- cJlit'rs miners' children; to pass] upon Iht- advisability oT opening new! Mvinos aod the Amount. oE cap'lal j accessary for such enterprises; and to deal a'l Tmtlers ixrr'ni in loss oT market. PICKED UP FOR THE IJUSY MAN Win, a rarjJOUTor of Jlani- llton, 'A'JB lusianUy killed by falUns U'et iu a liousu iti courjc uf freclirn, nllgbtln; on. tali heail. Meyer KatiuiAn. V.'Iadior, was in- sianlly hliieJ while driving hta auio whcu he hit the tral-i at tha Middle road croiil-.iy, Kugeue iJurfrliy, a vi'terait cuiplovee ot the Grand Truuk. UrcJlt Valley natl fiiuatllaii I'nciOc died at ugtnl elghty-ili, (Edwrtttl Oallvocxl. Efij-lhrcB of SBO, waj niu over aud instanlly eJ by a yard of Lho Alfoum Slcol Corporation at Sau.t Btc. Marie, TlJO Grar.Dort Colors, Limlteil. of Chatham, hns adopted the Industrial Council system, Insures every cui- liloyec, will Inaugurate a boons system and erect a club houae. Barl (scfn nbove. spo.nkiiiff) made a powerful p IM on behalf of disabled otiicers acfl men ai a Mansion of city i 4 v v MARTIAL IS I DECLARED IN SOFIA VIENNA. Dec. ihe v Associated roceiveil here froiu v thai Bulgaria has been declar- ctl under martial law v of riois cut of ihe of living, v Fl nu COM.MUMSTS I IN AMERICA "SALOONLESS YEAR" FOR UNITED STATES (Staff CorrcsruiDileat T the York oSi "hicaao iu Sergeant Miko who lias charge of {he (Jhicago Police Depari- iiienl's bureau organized to handle ihe Red quealiou, laid me that Lhere Communists in tlic wholi1 coun- try; lhat they were tho Bolshcrlsc, or eilremc o( tts aid Party. He declared Tnale TTIIS not a matter ol Buesswors, fcuL based on reliable Ijgures Iroi; police and other sources IbrougLiuut the United Stales. Of he WASHINGTON, Dec. ventions oi national reform bod- ies usually held In Washington in Dcctmber will meet January 11 to 16 lo inauguralc the first "saloon- less year" on the effective dale of the constitutional prohibition amendment. ADMITTED THAT HE FIRED SHOTS TVIN7C1PEG. Dec. Statements allegedly made br the three accused featured the opening at the prelimin- ary hearing of William H. Elnicfc, II. Burdic acil Jack Clemens, charged in the police court loGay wiih Lhe mur- der tit W. J. De Forge on O'ltoher IS. Deleclire Mclver testified thai Klnick to him thai he WC. very SL-hool concert and Xmas tree wns held' in PercivaVs Lall 5t on iht ntclu of D-'c. Z5nu'. whuh shoTrs and rcITei-ts much credit nn the- staff. The spacious- building iras packed to the doore. A3 tho rurlaiti wont np for Iho first tf the people were trratcd In a surprsing ivay. The flag drills ivere vorj- well cxecuteJ, as were the songs and dances and it proved to the most, skeptical there that IRQ pupils trok a lively interest in work. Citizens of Coalhursl, we should all feel prouil oE ihe Tvay in which the whole 111 ing was arranged and Ihs short space of time the teachers had to do il. It would not be fair 10 make personal ineiitioa here Tor nil coniioctod the concert worked real hard lo make. it the Fraud success il really wag. Much Uianks are due the school beard; nlso Mrs. J. Kehoe, Mr. A, West and Mr. J. R. Turner. ONE "FLU" DEATH REPORTED. WINNIPEG Doc. v ncv.v or aievping sickness vero rcuorled today. Ono v death from "Ilu" ivas also re- itorted loday. iu Proitch at (ha 11070! Colloso, Kingston, Tho AlasVca Tloddtoy coiuonny ot Wlniiliiev. MaulrcaL Calory ml couver: lha Irtenl DetliUiif comiiLiuy, md J. H. Shgrraid mon's Uxlted. uli o-l by Sim- at A small rebellion IF if tlio Oularlo eoveruinciU makes It Illegal Tor ppoplo to have liiiuoi- Iu their houses, uccorilhifi to litouteiiimt-Col- ouel A. I'rait, ei-M.r.IV, for South N'oifolk. Colonel Pratt gnlil that BUY attempt to search n nun's cellar would he keenly resented by llberly loving L'iliEens. j James Davlr, a nolect breeder oC I'cr- 1 Caeron horses and boot cattle, li> dead at Mount Pleasant, Mlt-li. Mr. j Davis was born In Ontario and came; maker thn eood nlO ujo of S5, vtieu ho celcbralrd Ills diamond v.-edJlng. 4 [IIo iontluucs to work, having refused .Id iiccejit -an old age iieoslon on the Kround that ho Is atHl capable of earu- j ing his living, lie has 11 children, 47 fraudcblldrcu aud 10 great-grand- children. Mr. and Mrs. Carter arc known locally as "the grand oM jieo- plo of the 3-Trcar-cld daugh- (or of Mrs. J. S. Averil, of Youugs- town, AlliertB, WAS operated on for apiiendlcllld ahout a ayo al Iho AlberU FaiiHiiriuin. H found Hint her Internal organs arc not In their proper but luat ber appendix Is [ilacoil on III? lett InEleaJ ct tiio rlfflu, vihtch is tho usuel iilacf. It also fouiirt, upon ainlnailun. that Uer heart ptaccil on IIio risht her tionuidi on the rlgbt, and her liver on Iho Ipfl. vcliltn entirely ilis opposite to where they 5hould be, p'iccd. Tto child is per- acd luieMiscat and ia life. to MlcljUnn In anil was t In the iiKiimfacUire of oak staves, from M'hen Marshal Joffre went Iu visit jwhtcli he amassed ;i fortune. The PLAYING WITH MATCHES CHILD FATALLY BURNED MONTREAL, "Dec. Vnlade, four yrnrs old, while playing with mat- ches, set fire to her clothes and was fa'ally burned, dying a lew momenlB laltr. an oculist Iu Lausanne he was re- cognlred nnd given such an enthus- iastic rocepllou lhat he was forced to Uke refuge in n shop, from which ha fiTGntuBlly pscnpert by the back tloor. Now York will have a candidate tor Ihe Hcpublioan rom'-naMon for Presi- dent in Dr. Xicholas Mum) Duller, president oi Columbia L'n'.ve rally, A. A. Campbell has been appoint- ed Inspector of trust companies, (or B.C. succeeding W. A. Run nails, who becomes manager oC ihe British Col- ubiR Trust Co. The Nor wog Ian coal mines in Spllz- ergon have been sold to a Urltlsh oncern for The sale wag lade subject tc tLo of the hareholders. A wireless inesFagc from Berlin says BAD FIRE IN CAR BARNS cialmed 18.000 (or Chlcaso Not 10 per ceoL of Ihem, he aiided, voters. ,'Concerclae Vne I. W. iY., Miles .._. _ _ _ CTCD more con.acrTzMve, dtdarmE that statement, .claimed to have been made not is ore tliau o.OOO of HajwoodjD7 Clemeae, also was put bi as evi- lollowins Tvere in Chicago; Their Is in Individual sabotage, (or tlfe, of irhich they get and told Joba In factories long enough Jo do some damage lo mactlcerr by pnti'n? STOCKHOJ..M, aclda in the oil and on There' dispatch to the Daghladet saya thai -irns ono.csEe of a man irho got a job 1 an agreement has been reached at the ID a tcllor'a shop a pre'ser and I conference under which Es- looV'ndTantage of It to sprinkls wi" rouhlep. fired tie shots; that Eurdio and Clc- "moDS aslied.ljim La alu them aiding lo hold up De Forge. A si MONEY FOR ESTHONIA -un clolhcs gltes lo aaoicier ]H W. -who gel a a3 foreman In a Chicago tool-aiatijis -plant, despite the -Darning against him the police gave the employer. Jneglctl Ifeo work In sach a way Ibat several thonsaiifia dollars' worih of tools bad to be scrapped uscauEa ihey Trero deliberately made a hair's breadth out of ttc true mcasuremenl. tie world la largely due to unfair jirulits beics inndh br capitalisls, T. .________________w. J. Storey, preslricDt of the rnternallon- Ll5 clilm that the mischief done was al Metal Works, Limited, Brockville. always on a small Individual scale and has decided to share lie. profit oi WJles ciled t erldsnco ol Is one-hundredth part, of the Rus' alan sold reserve. SHARES HIS PROFITS; TO EACH WORKER GIRL'S SKIRT TOO SHORT, SO PRIEST DELAYED WEDDING ADMIRAL SIMS REFUSF.S MEDAL AS A PROTEST ot dis- sension frllhlQ the navy and the way Secrelary Daniels has arranged Ihe airards of dscoralloos fcr war senrirn carae lo the sur'aco loday when R be- came known (hat Afl'nlral Sims, for- mer commander of the American naval force in Karopean water, bad declin- ed lo accept hli Distinguished Scrrlce Mctlat while lie awards remain as at "I cannol marry you IE Jiat allire; Ihl5 33 net. a dance hall." Such was t priest'e rebuke to would-be hride teracll .ilh her liaiice at' the fashionable St. Hooorc d'Eylan Church. Obey _____and expression of a personal spite of llic offender.. 'MUfi's own queer notion as to the quickest way of ending radical- ism In America ia lo close the At- lantic and open the Js, be -.Tould Ghat oH immigration irom Eu- -.3-ope and let In labor lo'do the work. preneal. Coming as the cllmai Lo published charges tbat Setrelary Daniels had rearranged the irhole Hat of avrarda, raising some officers to higher dls tlucUon lhan rccoDiinended and blue DROOKVILLB, --DtlleTing that Ihe pencllHog others, publlcallon of Ad- cause oC induotriil unrest throughout, j mlral Sims actlpn created a new senEallon In the navy deparlineut and a neir chapter to the long con toit In some naval officers oomplalnetl ot tho secretary's admin- istration of aflnlro and others have de- fended him with i The admiral dcea not ask that the highest be lakeu from an) officer upon Vrhoni It already had beso conferred, but he docs ask for a re her sllk-slocklnEed legs. Weeplng. convulsively tbo giyl home, put on a .more modest oress and the couple cime .hack and wort married. YOBKTON S H E RIFF D E AO TOUKI-OX, Dec. Chrls- lopherson. aged 32, for (be past 11} years'sheriff for the Yorirton .ial.-.district, died at his hoae'bcre tils morning. Heart disease was ibo cause of death. A widow end seven children survive. Get Back TfourGrip NUXATED IRON Master Strength-Builder .Of The Blood Sturdy Men and KeaulHul Wam DM It tnmt iat concern wllh ihe employees, EO ie announced al a banquet given by blm to his staff tonight In the base- ment of Jihn'a Presbyterian church. On last year's profits, Sir. Slorey saJd, tie amount to each man j vIsJoo or the sirard on lesser decora- would be about three hundred dollars. lions. WINTER WARFARE ABOARD A CRUISER HAMILTON'. Out., roke al 5 o'clock this moraiag ihe Hamilton, Grimsby and Ueams- itJo Electric lUillway compaay's car iis al Reamsvillc and did amage. The tarns and three pass er cars were destroyed. g Cardinal be Driest injunction Elrl'g gown whicU her knees, re MS HIRE Powsr Gains Elghleen millsm Disappears Alter Taking Tanlac. 'I-consider v.-liat Tanlac hp.s [or me to bs worlh more than a for said George Power, o[ Halifax. N. 3.. while talking lo tha Tanla represontallTe a tew days ,aso. large Irncts of ln-J lie Eccuruj for Ihe timber were later farm. wns used A vUe anJ family Prominent pcoitlo dead country arc Doctor Arnolil Mjtlie archbishop br lie oW Catholics In Irreil; Sir Nicaoias formerly hlsli slieriK ol shire; Lleiltciiant-Oolonel J. E. son. late or Ihe 201L llussara, Kcnr- Ailmlral Peyton wlio Eervcd much on tho-wesl coist o[ Arric.i; Captain P. II. K. Uskally iate o( the IMlh Fusiliers, whu serveil on Ibc start of trie army. Skin Tortured Babies Sleep Mothers Rest After Cuticura Tho divorce decree granted to the of In Juno or] this year. made itbsolute (lie divorce court at Ixmrioti. Tho Duch- ess of AVestnutiBtcr. formerly roll- stance Edwin.i. dniisbter of Col. he congress of junrricd to c and communist students licing tiehl I Hugh Klclianl Arthur Grosvcuor, sec- t Vienna Is bslng attended by rep-iond Hnkc of Westminster, in I9J2. esentatives of Great Britain, 1-Tance, The couple have two children, In icrmany, Switzerland, Jugo- 1314 Ihe duke and duchess signed a ilaria aud tbo United Slatea. scparalloti agrecmenl. John Carlor of England, Peace River's liril loivn council Is composed as follows: Dr. D. L. Donald, mayor; F. E. Algar, J. McCas- ila, F. J- Graham, II. A. George, Capt. as. Anderson aud Jas, Urady, coun- illors. J. Houseman, a New York broker, presented John P. McManus, hh con- Irlenilal clerk, wilh his scat on tho New York stock exchange as a Christ- mas gift- The of n scat on tbc eichingc brouenl Inspector Walter Rosa, St. Thomss, says he may lay 'a more serious charge arjalnst W. Drandau, Iho Kiugamill man, who fined ?oO for supplying young" boyg liquor. Half a gallon of molasses, five bags of pcae, yfzut nnd other Ingrcdlonls 90 gallons of lirew ivore fouod on tue premises oE Gen. Stcreus, Owea Sound, who was rtrreatet! for having an Illicit sllll. Since becoming Industrial Commla- of Hamilton, C. W. Kirhpatrlck has Induced conipauies wllh an ag- gregate capllaltzatlon of to locnlc there. Dr. William Grey Venndye, whi. falleil lo appear for his vntn Jliss Ruth M. Keency al Monson, oil Christmas day, localci] at Ihe Cumberland slrcel hospital In Broolilyn. The police slated lhat Ihey had been Informed by a physician al the hoapltal thai Dr. Vcrmllye Lad umleigone a slight operation nnd they bad been requested to give cut no Infonnallon about Ihe ccse. Announcement lo mode by the was at his trade of caul For the Afternoon Call or function. Serve; with tea, chocolalc or lemou- adel They are delicious. IP tho Striped Patttant Ontf north-West Biscuit Co. LIMITED E OR DRY IREWOOD ONE 516 P. Lund Son Lumber and Builders" Supplies Power lives at RottcnberB St., [Clrll Serrlce Commission Ihal Dan- has IKed in NOTI Scotia all llel Falrmcn Bills, ot Gananoriue, Ont, his Ilte'and Is a well known employe been appointed collector o[ cus- The Tcmar'riahlo Trhlch has ]H5t arrUcd from nlerko, showa na nho appeared Ihe mornlnj after her arrival In tho one ot 11.51. Oulf of iTom Copenhagen. Tho Ice waa formed by ant) Bpray hrcflklnr; over tho upper deck and Iho waler frcczlre. Tho Impression Is 1hat tbo Ice Is but IhLe li not lio of the Nova Scotia Tram and Power Co. "I've aclually gained olglileon pounds tlnro laklng Tanlac, and I feel bolter In every war than f have In Iwenty-elghl long years, nnd what's more 1 have spent hundreds anil hundreds of dollars ton roedlclnea and never col a particle of good until 1 found continued Mr. Power. I had riicuinatism in both my legs, from Ihe knees down, anA In damp weather, 1 Just had li stay ei hornt from work. My angles bothered me loo, and f don't believe anybody in the world over suffered (rom rheuma- llsm ns bad as I did for It Taa Just a sharp shootlnE pa'n that would go through my knees, down my legs and inio my anklug llko somebodx wai fllcklnB a Knife throiiph rnd 1 would be In euch agony th-.' I tum as white afl a r.hcct. atlaclis came on me I wouldn't be able a wink hnt Ti'ouM roll and tumble all night and my Joints would swell nnd my knees would be as stiff as a board and I couldn't walk a for two or Ihrco day at a lime and would be Is III np at Komn flat on my liacV my Vncea BO sllff I conldn'l bend them .it all. "I nollccd where Tanlac ivaa highly by rignl hero In Hallfai. no f decldeil to try IL Ajid I wouldn't lakft anything In the Tvnrlil for the gooil hai done it s-nybody don't bellevo Ihnl am ft well man, and thai UIR rhcucnn- llr.m has left mo cnllrely nnrl lhal I never feel even n trace of II, tell lo sen mo. My flppelllo has Tilckrd up nnd J have gained In-wclghl, and feol belter In c-vcry way End can Horn fine tit Tonlac In the prealcsl thing I have over Btc.ii, and I want you to publish this statement for t want everybody lo know wiat thin medicine will do." Tanlao 13 sold In Txslhlirldge by John D. TTfglnbolhum In Coal- bf Dlamontl Drug U Slflllonco' Store, anrl In by Jlrg, N. Der- monL loma al Brockvllle. Mr. Ellis has an overseas record. Victor A. Lanos. an- other returned soMler, has been nam- I E. A. EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank Happy New Year to Everybody Our Best Wishes for 1920 A. Wyman Co. Phone 442 Address: 320 6th St. South P. O. Box 5 DEALERS IN HIDES, PbLTS AND FUPS ;