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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WFDNKSDAY, JANUARY Tint LRTHBfiTDGE DAILY HERALD PAflSMIW PREMISE DRURY OF ONTARIO Character Kkttch by n tut In Tbs Manitoba I'reaj HCUISVE PICTURE OF SINN FEIN IfADERS K. C. biury, the prime minister of Ontario, IIIH throe thlrijt in favor ill the very lift nan polso, pei'teei and tho face of it muu who is sure of himself, lln would bn hard to alarm vxuullui'.i. to OTI In the forefront of H battle; ho lies bearing anil tho countenance of a Senior; like Or- lando, he looks Mr. Drury is u rieep-cheetod itroGK-mlndKd man, solid in" hia sparing of movement before an jiiidio'sce; ho watches hin audloncn, wkh the- rye ot 'a r'cRcsi and I Ills strong-set Impassive face shows llltle emotion as ho talks. Uu puts Ills left hand in hia trousers pocket and keeps it there for twenty niiu- litus. lie can make Ills [Mints, cl- plain iho genesis of tho movomont he paratui. folding building Is betted from tho aumpaur'a central heating plant, from which Iho company fully hMt all their buildings In the townalte. The building was erected by Con- tractor PetUfar, of Calsary. and tho plain drawn by Architect lleso- be. ROM Snydcr. of Cardston, who put the heating lyttom In I In'. Card- ston million dollar temple, In rosaon- 'nlble for the plumblnl ud heating of new offico building. FIRE AT ST. HYACINTHS ST. 11YACINTHK, Qua., Ja-i. Fire here yontenlay did damage to the extent of whim A era in mtub- llBhmoiit, a plumbing plant and a large candy store were destroyed. At one time it was icarud thai the town itHOlf was in dailtfor ot the conflagra- tion. LadiwKeepYourSldn Sweet, Healthy With Cuticura and Cutkura Talcum Is gone In an instant. He scams an aloot man; he leaves the impression that If he seeks to explain himself it is because his advicn has boon asked; he is serious-minded to a degree, his humorous passages are not spon- taneous; ho Is not sufficiently at home in his new position to carry its: This taken sonio time ago, nhows tha men of tho Sinn Fciu organisation now prominent in tho news row left to right: L. M. Collins (leader of the Iriah Republic C. Bnigh.. A. Griffith (founder oi tho Sinn E. De Yalera (president of the Irish Count Plunlcett E. Mac- sVcondSrawe'left1lo right: P. Molonoy, the late Terence MacSwinoy (mayor of' D. Mulcahy, J. O'Eoherty, J. M'Mahonyl.'J. Dolan, J. McOuiness, P. L. De Roister, W. Colivet, Rev. Father Michael O'Flannagan ot the Sinn n- Y> Third row, left to right: P. Ward, A. McCahc, D. Fitigerald, J. Sweeney, Dr. Hayes, C. Collins, P. 0 Mall- J. O'Mara, D. O'HIgglna, J. Burke, K. O'Higgins. Fourth row. loft to right: J. McDonagh, J. Entee. Fifth row, left to P. Beasley, K..Barton, P. Galltgan. row, loft to right: F. Shaaahan, S. Etchingham. with Canadian politics and politi- ism, animated by .1 springing and con- Rather bald references to sumlng purpose; lie hones It may earlier British-politics show him to spread throughout the land for tho ben- "be set-fling basis for his o historical parallel and eflt of the plain people who love own movement. His eerily and only want 'Justice it is to strike a now would not bo surprised if it consumed who love sin- be ideal Is high; it is to strike a now wuum uui note- in politics, tho note of national-: old Canadian Liberalism. ___ _ national movement is the another day v'tii Itching, feleea- The new .....____ ___ the child of tho modern time spirit; the fate of old Whigs conies to his mind, and he sees the new movement taking tho Peopte's Forum CRIME iN NEW YORK Edmonton, Alta., Jan. 3rd, 1021. Editor, Lethbridge Herald, Lethbridge, Alta. am unclosing you a copy of a letter sent from this office to.the r BIUIIIUUS Police Commissioner of rveu York Robbcrjr ,8M they relate to the four important fel- oniej, or crimes against the person in this city for the past yean are shown below: 1MO Murder ......A. 190 Felonious Assault S587 Assault Robbery 1M7 Burglary .......M30 1919 SZ4 2537 1133 7338 123 2354 849 Total Murder Felonious ..10614 1917 Assault 2591 11S92 1918 1S6 3466 City. As 'wo 'have checked several ot these newspaper press despatches that aces t.uv .1.1, bu.i.ue, v-v. ese newspaper pres place "of the Liberal party, as In Eng- 1 have played up the increase of crime Total......13141 14431 15885 Once in four years a new city gov- 'ernraent is elected-In New York. The In the earlier day had supplanted the similar answers, I enclose you a copy i wlu hellj nxt u ai. Roundheads." land, long ago, "the Liberals sup- planted the Whigs, just as the Whigs with the subtle inference that it is owing to Prohibition, and have had Burglary 9450 S893 10S38 1915 222 3203 849 11611 of the letter received, from the New Mr. Drury brings the pith ana mar- j York Police Commissioner himself, row of "the Farmers' up [original of which we have in this to the light. Lopklng at this lar, steady-eyed farmer the "reality" of tho situation is perceived. His statement is void of special pleading .or artifice. It would be absurd to call h the D0ijcy Of certain ._ thia citv to start a cam- newspapers in this city to start a.cam him a modem Cinclnnatus, but this, doctrino that he brings to the cities took its shape far enough away from cities. On tho open prairies, in and orchards, where easy-moving, slow-spoken tillers of the- soil chew over the problems that, bear close or heavy on their social the "farm- DII rn-tta-fara- IT lag Flics. Kolnlrhts; the B "hen two neighbors draw up Chaw's Ointmont will reltave yoiTS MM i taams and exchange, opinions iMting or Kilniaimon, Bu Toronto. Sample Hoi (ico and cuclone Jo. stum "trickery" of professional politicians this and much niore t.as taken shape and formed itself into a move- ment which Is both articulate and emphatic. When Mr. Drury looks original 01 wtticii we nave in i f thlg character, usually direct- ed against the Police Department, and sioner, which will no doubt be o! siderable interest to you. I think his figures show that there ia f, marked decrease in crime. Of course, we understand it is very easy to play up a few special cases. These are occurring in all cities. We might just as well say that because a police- man was in Edmonton recently, and also two shot in Winnipeg, that crime is increasing in Western Can- ada, when our dully newspapej-s in the city of Edmonton report provin- cial police cells' empty on Christmas :and economic condition ers' movement" has its roots. The political discussions around the stove and several other mornings houses on the winter .during the past year. The public sen- wayside conversations j timent in Alberta is strongly prohi- tneir hition and all criminal statistics tl.riti wjth the bone-dry condition wiiicli It, UK. a box; ill i the condition of the butter market; 500n Come into uffect we can look afinUou iSi ithe declamation at meetings in another fifty cent. iu >p district school house against theicrime. MOTHER! Sincerely yours, H. H. HULL, General Secretary. (Copy) Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative over the sea of city faces! The Social Service Council of Cai its background is the rural life of.' 714 Tegler Block, Edmonton hli Canada; he is explaining1 the ideas jnnii tha, aims of the most powerful isnd the most enduring section of the i Canadian community. It is ho won- he carries himself with confld- .nada December 20th, 1920. Police Commissioacr Enrlght', New York City, N. Y. Dear Sir: As the papers of Western Canada ence: It is not surprising that, fully ,Baturjng at the tima ,he ranseloua ot tho newness and in-1 terrible iWave 0[ crime that ls pagaing vrnerience ot his party he faces New York city gtating that the present propaganda is In keeping with tho regular program for the past 25 years. Very truly vours, R. E. ENR1GHT, Police Commissioner. WEST CANADIAN COLLIERIES MOVE INTO NEW OFFICES ..ii future confidence and In excellent luiiirt. a seK-assnrance pa the jt greater than ever the I history of New York, and as I myself feel that this is liquor propaganda 1t Tr. 1 1VC1 UIUV UllO 10 llliliu. i platform that never falters. His; whlch ]a bejng sent broaticaBt au over head is full of his scheme, and his: the .W8stern -prairies to belittle our voice continues without break or j woula agk a few Iineg (rom itation. This is, no knife-edge If not asking too-much you tolled; no political adept or orator, lmight glve me the criminal statistics This Is the plain man of good natural Ior a couple o[ years proceeding pro- parts engaged in the mission of pro- hiDltjon since. (Dlalrmore Enterprise.) The officials and staff of the West Canadian Collieries moved into their new offices this week, and are now enjoying all the comforts and con- veniences that money and architec- ture could provide. The new office building is one of the finest, if not the finest structure at its kind in the mining camps of the West. Spacious offices are pro vided for all members of the staff, are elaborately furnished with a view to economy of space and con- venience of location. The main ac counting office is about 24 z 20 teet, the drafting room about 15 x 25, gen- eral manager's office "about 15 i 15 and secretary's quarters about the same size. At the rear is built in a large vault, the interior of which about 15 i 15, is equipped with safes and shelving for stationery and other valuable supplies and documents. The upstairs of the building la oc- cupied by suites of living quarters and are all occupied. Each elabor- ately and modernly furnished, includ- ing electric cooking stoves and ap- ixccept Syrup of Figi for the name California oa the package, then you are sure your child is having the best and most liarmiess physic for the little stomach, liver und bowels. Children love Us fruity taste. Full directions on each hottls. You .must Advertisement. say Had Bad Cough For Tkee Years The constant hacking, racking, per- Bistent cough that sticks to you in Bpite of everything you have done to Set rlil of it, is the kind that is dangerous. The longer the cough sticks, the more serious menace it becomes to your health. There is no remedy .that will relievo that won't let. Ukn Dr. Wood's Norway Pine -Syrup. It has a healing and soothing actioo bn the air passages, and at tho time acts as a disinfectant of- the respiratory organs, destroying the germs that produce serious lung com- plications. Mrs. John Miller, Minburn, Alta.. had a very bad cough for three years. I went to several doctors and tried different consh hut nothing seemed tc help me. One day a friend told me 'about Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, "and after using several bottles I be- rame- completely relieved. I always keep a bottle in the house, and aluo recommend it to others. Dr. Wood'H Norway Pine Syrup has been universally used for over 30 years, and has been its success, it is only natural that a great many Imitations have been placed on the market. The genuine put up In a yellow wrapper; 3 pine trees the trade marX; price 35c. and Site, a bottlo; manufactured only by Tho T. Mllburn Co., Limited, Toronto, tecting the millions of his plain neighbors from the knife-edged in- tellects, and the adepts in politics and oratory. He does not claim wis- dom or impeccability for himself or his colleagues. He admits mistakes made. But he looks steadily at his audience and says that sincerity and! honesty make up for many errors. Every party makes mistakes; his is no more Immune than others; but because the people know that honesty and the sood of the nation are the Sincerely yours, H. H. HULL, General Secretary. (Copy) j City of New York Police Department I Office the Commissioner. Decembev-.2Sth, 1920. Mr. H. H. Hull, 714 Tegler Block, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. rocks on which the new movement is founded. He is applauded to the, I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the 20th instant. Tho pubiisli- I ed statements appearing in certain This is the strength of the now ot the press 0( thig city ami party, anil it is, confirmed thoroughly j throughout tho United by Mr. Drury's appearance and man- gtateg aml to the offoct that ner. He has personality and he Ulere a wavo pr3vaiiii1K iu seems determined to the point of Now Yorh aro without foundation in doggedriess. Looking at this man. fact The crime statistics, so far as with his arched- chest, his massive his commanding features, h appears the Incarnation ot the Renews Strength! Where there is need for a build- ing-up tonic after prostrating illness, SCOTT'S EMULSION j taken regularly, usually I spells renewed strength I Mj and vigor. ag- Former Premier of Quebec From La Presse carnation of a formidable evolution. CLARESHOLM U. F. A. MEETING ANNUAL (Claresholm Review-Advertiser) The annual meeting of tho U. F. A. was held in. the I. O. O. F. hall on Wednesday ot this, week T. O. Lewis .was .elected president for 1921, Nick Taitenger was elected vice-president, and S. Law secretary-treasurer. The wheat pool was freely dlncna- aed and several amendments to the contract proposed were suggested i'.nd will be sent to the annual convention at Edmonton next month. The meeting adjcurno 1 until no.xt Wednesday when the wheat pool win again he under discussion. Twenty-four members were elected delegates, to the convention at Edmon- ton. SHIPMASTER'S CONFERENCE VANCOUVER, Jan. W. of the Canadian merchant service guild, and Secretary A. Good- lad left, for, Ottawa today to attend the shipmaster's conference on Janu- ary 15, and to discuss with tho de- partment of marinn and fisheries pro- poned changes in the Canadian Ship- ping Act and aMa .to. navigation. POSSESS GOOD HEALTH BY LOOKING AFTER THE BOWEU A free motion of the bowels, once or twice a day, should be Iho rule every one. as half the ills of lite urn caused by allowing the bowels to get Into a eonst'pate-1 i.onditiou. WLen the bowels are allowed to constipated, the stomach gets ..lit or order, and the liver does not do Its work properly on account of holding fc.-.ck the fc'lu so that It doire n.jt nass through tho bowels, but is to get lni.o rhe blood thus i.i.uring a poisoning of the whole sy.'lcni. If would esr.ajy> toi.stipation, RICA and bilious headaches, heartburn, r! ..-'I'lg 3PC< K.'i In'.f tlifl ed tf't'gue, foul liro.V.h. ibe nastv. irritating, bleeding, itching and pro- tuding piles, yo'i should keep your liver stirred up by the use of Mil- burn's Laia-Llver Pills. These pills, holng purely vegetable, keep your liver working actively, help- j ing it to resume its proper functions, and thereby removing tho bile that Former Premier Gouin of Quebec, is "circulating In the Mood and poison ing the whole system. Mrs. H. Barrows, Enfield, N. S., was troubled with sick headaches and constipation. One day a friend told me of Mllburn's who has resigned from tha manage-, Laxa-Ltver Pills. I got two vtalo. a world of great faith ment of "La the most widely and found they did me circulated of French-Canadian news-; good. I therefore have papers, to become president of the in them." University of Montreal (formerly La-1 Milburn's Laia-Lirer Pills are 2Sc. val He has also beon a vialf at all dealers or mailed direct elected a of the Bank Hi JOB receipt of pHro by The T. Milburn Montreal. Umited, Toronto, in -tins of 50 i 10O PLAYER'S NAVY CUT SHAM OR SINCERITY) What Do You Mean When You Wish a Person A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR? A N advertiser put this question to us in all seriousness. He said: "I have been as- tonished recently to. have a number of people wish me a Prosperous New Year in one breath, arid in the very next tell me they were not going to buy a thing. Talk about men of little Canada's business courage gone to? We think our friend's comment, although hard, may be just. Too many people are "see- in1 things which ain't." Business in 1921 will be just what each, one of us de- termines to make it. K we work ourselves into a state of mind that is sour and mis- anthropic, then business will be a series of petty, miser- able and profitless transac- tions. But if we go about our business with fortitude and courage and cheerful determination .to keep the cycle of trade moving, then 1921 will indeed be a Pros- perous Year. We do not advocate fool- ish, extravagant buying, but we do condemn utterly those who, refusing to buy them- selves, cavil at others who refuse to buy from them. There must be buyers to create orders. Orders mean employment for labor and capital. Employment stimulates prosperity. Daily Newspaper Advertising Buyers Issued by The Canadian Daily Newtpapera Aisociatlor, Toronto. ;