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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANl'AUY ll, TIIK i.ETimmDGK DAILY PAGK FIVtt AT ILJ Lin (JUirt 'Jirl, iti "A Little I com ID eu L heard street on ono or two srjme-.vliai uu WT'Mayur llartUo C'AUJAHV. Jan- I'uvr trouble tu lUu DfimiUcllcr voal' lU'Ms, according to KJ. Jlrowiic, lUt- secretary ot No. IS district ot tiie I'n-j Heil Mine of AEuem-u. Soiinr JUlle tlmu the ut four' mines urJertd by t'om-J julfsluner Armstrong to Uv rale for mlnlDK i-oul tout allied an unusual vf fliiij, Tliis operators rt-tusuJ 1o do, accoriUns to llrownc, :uid yi- t-K'ad of foniplyJux with the t-omiisij- lui [Many Delegates corned Hy Civic j Oltk-iaU MKOK'LN'K HAT, Jan. C.--T.V lifth usiuual convent ion of ifie AltierU Fed- eraltuu of (.alter upeimt at fl.-l-j this uiuruing about uiie ?.ud delegates On littlf of tfu- Trades and Labur Council Jig us their laco Mr. UrowuQ repudiates the susses- tiijo'thal tbo mt-ii ot tliD mines tf-ferr- ei lo are, on .itrlko. "It lie sai'J, a mutter ot Iho mines clo.stag dowu; Iho meu arc willing to go to uork at the scale of iiay laid down liy CoOJQiissroner Armstrong." diners are effected. OTTAWA, Jan. C, nnJ enquiry whkli Mr, IlQliU-n nt the ;t civic welcome. nwyor thai lie was very to note nu it number of delegate.! from They are of ;i class which did more than itny oihi-r; rlass towards wiisiifug the gre'il Klo for dtiuocnicy, ai rlass Vi'hIt'll stiuuls for of j union, principle ili'l mure ttt j U'horccn (tic war. aud to stoji tlie fscrJ-1 fke of lives, whic'h prinnjilc1 ally dr-faited Urn Hun. Ik- tr.iauil, Hint good iCJ-oluUoiis v..mUl b" mi or ni here lie fell, j in the proriuc'-, am! probably K "Frult-a-foes" Point tiie Way lo Quick Relief VICUNA, ONT. fur a utimlKTOf years vrith Khcini'.itiUH swre in my Siifc and by ami heavy lilting. When I haj uj> hope of ever bciuy ivell a fneii'l niiMuleii to me nuj afti-r itsiiiL; the first Ivox I felt so imieii tliat J continued to take: UK-OI ami I niu enjoying tlic bcilof liiuhh, thanks to your ivouderful fruu W. M. LAMPSOS. are hy a'i dealers Lit a box, ti for trial .-.ire j tlurlux his hail lii- tlii UU with Dr. ari'l iht- 1 of th; lu-ttl of his romarkb said. "Tlx-LV are ol (bt- Uy, iwu classes of cowmviuity 1 Jiuvt- evaugolUM, no lor and ihns.f 4ie party linn Methodists." Thh Cupper r (jj yf rausf-d quilts A rlpie lei thv salience-. j Dr. UoYL-rlnE haO a piau-ment the jirerious Sunday Mayor took to reflect on and Hev, the virtu11! of l.cthbrtlxv 1 the fora Mayor HartUe took this up and flayed JAVcring yesterday for it. "it ap- yoars you wish to nu- unt a a vvry toiitemiitlble fort of said LovtTiiuj. "In my opinion >ou thft iaayoL1. Aid ill bv g gfrv it :.i. Uv i-lr.iivli. At will IK- t.rivf mmiiif-r.- -.I'l'I ill richer tilu'.i tho n.-.-i: I-'rof. fi.shi.-r will sin "loiilhs in jail in sultv m i'iii I.Mollcry, secretary ut be- v. LMvaji Ijurfau of wjjtt is lafetiig lii'iustrial charge, of orgajilzatloii >vork in fJio west for the federal government, to discuss the opening of the government employment clearing ut Wiiiiii- tlio rils-jr- lion iaino to this ilisirii'i from where his father is reco-nin-'l as 1. W. TJu; with- GUI the ojiUon ui u fififi, anJ ii is nu- ileratood the accused sunn will be de- ported at the uf liis term. I.ieui, Vautelet. of MonlrenJ, was recalled his remp.rk to Jlie. lliut il might be neref- sary (o "bring n ship's crew (o keep the soldiers off the iiromen.idc lie Jtad orders to keep the soldfeis off Hie dec-k ami posted sen- tries to see that "this ivas done. Tbc ilia not appear (o lie anxious to obey ?ud iTitneas cumplained tu 5'lajor Wcslmore or iho adjutant, onu of wbom intimated IQ Mm that tlie did not do their duty they ivould nave to call out the Elilp's trews with arms. He told liiat to sonic of Iho sentrSc.1! to gel them to perform their duty. He look the or- tier, ns serious. A. Kinnty Shaw ihen banded thp gavel to President J. A. Klnncy, of Ktlniontou, who Ibaulicu the chairman. Mayor I Urown and the Ideal commiuee on half u! ihe He assured mayor that, the freedom of the would bo liighly enjoyfid dy ttte t0 tors, lie icil that, the kind '.voids cif the mayor must be most acceptable to the delegates. Quito ofU-ii, lie we fire looked ujjtfn as agitators, today lie belonged to very modest, oviisy jieojile; ihe people v.-bo are not, families- Tln.y could j ;i t-ousin, no mutter j removed ivho was ;j Ser- 'many Uis iatiior managed a hrantli Ijunk X. CarEcaHcn, who has been dis- trict agent of the Excelsior Lite at Hod Deer for the past three years, has received appointment a5 manager for Southern Alberla, with litadtiuartRrs at 'Calgary, sellout were voted too rough for him. tioon a civic lunclipon was tendered at; the Hotel Ccct! and a photograph, was j "''S''t nave worked taken of the Delegates at tlie the hepn uhlu to frtllow liis Street School. The rollowfog dele-1 (alhcr into the baak. Hut ho was not gates from LclMHdge m War IntcrpoECil, anil more, war ance. Trades and Labor Council, F. lasted till tlic incredililc came true. Milk jirlcea took a drou last week! I from 17 ceatJ5 a quart to 10 cents, j muklug it to Ituy sef en I quarts for a dollar instead of six. I TJiia ROOI! news is alt ffis more in- teresting in vien- ut the fact that it is hardly a month ?ince the price was increased from 15 cents a quart lo 37 reason" said a locai tlairyman -Peacock; Typograpliiral Iho boy was on ihe brink of Union, W. HawMns; Brewery Work- military rtgo witfi the war in being. HOW THIS NERVOUS WOMAN BOTJp. Told by Herself. Her Sin- eerily Should vince Others, F. B. era V Ncldermcter; Barters. ]Owen; Uuilcrt Mine Workers, liridee No. 574, M. Logan, A. Gurr, A. Gurr, J. 8. Yorke, M. D. houiehon- never Uionght coiild touch their boy. They peil into tlio district to of zhe Jijghcr ws were ship- price for HiiUf. Then ton, owing to the Sup weather, the- oriws arc girlng more 'milk than we any right to eipect at Fcasoii ol the year. i resulted in more milk 1 TACOM.A. Jan. antl four men met death ihiriug urday night, when the Mcvchinns' TransportntSou i.onipauy's C3-fool freighter Amazon'turned turtle. Three of tho eiglil persons ;iboard escaped t alive and spent thy rest ot Saturday nicM ailrltl on ihe upturned hull, fighting the bitter colil by Imilfling ;i fire on Ihe hull, usjng pieces ot Urifi- Hzmlin'e Wizard Oil a Reliable, Antiseptic Preventive During iniliieuza spray the nose and throat several limes a day one psrt Wizard Oil and two pails u-ing an H yuu haven'i an atoniizcr, gargle the tbroit and siuiff the mixture up the nose. This treatment stt? np an antiseptic wall of defense against Chest cold? and sore throat lead to grip, Slop them ?.t once with Wizard Oil before they can develop :ntu dangerous inrtuc'iiza. Get it from dm gist 5 JOr 30c. 1? not satisfied, muni ihe botll-! an-J yet your Ever constipated or have sfck head- ache: try Liver pleasant littk pink oOc at drug- gists. Suarantyed. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW BESSIE LOVE j IN LiHLE SISTER TO ALSO "HANDS UP." AND A LUKE COMEDY things produced (ton (ha mariel would absorb at the ChtHtopher, fooryeaTal VufTereH from in-egularilies, weaknc53> nervousness, nnd wna in n run down condition. IVo of our beat doctors fatled toOo me any good. I heard so much tibout what LytiiaE, Fink barn's Vcgclablo Com- pou nd had dono for others, I tried it and was cared. I am no longer ner- vous, ?.m regular, and in excellent I bcHcvo Ihe Compound v-ill euro miy (emalo ALTCB Christopher, 111. Nervousness ia often R symptom of or some functional derange- ment, may bo overcome by this root ami herb remedy, U. Pinkfiam's Vegetable Compoundj HA thouaanda of women havo found by n comiilicaltons exist, write Lydia K. Mcdidno Co.. Lynn, for lupjcaKona in regaru to your ailment. Tho result of its long experience ij at your still thought, it wou'u not imirti him. higher rricc, so a reduction was the anil hart Mm examined carefully logical course. I am pretty'cer- tain the farmers will make no profit at ihe ueiv price, and if that proves to be the case tha reduction in price will eventually do harm to the indus- try for it will drive men out or the business. ''just to lie sure." And the syct'iulisls wore sure iliat he fit, 1C soti. TliL-y fmruriyoJ n. curious smile on tiie lioy's Hps, He wasn't imte the inujff they had labored tu iruko him. Ho ivas Hiinkiiig of tho Cadet CONVENTION 'OF THE ALBERTA LIBERAL ASSOCIATION WILL BE HELD AT PAGET HALL, CALGARY JAN. 16 AND 17 ftti Kvery LUicraJ, man and wonun, is (o ALEX. '.AtLAN, President. His LonJyhiit Bishop Pirtkham was present at St. Augitstin'n clutrclt yes- terday morning and at St. Cyprian's in the evening. 3Ie spnke at. -St. A.U BUS tin's iu reaper I to tho vcvclai- ions of a new onrtb and a new heaven. old Uiings nre passing away tht; prevailins telling In tlie new year that baa just come to us, wlili Us cxiircssions ol wishes for happl- ncsF. Tbis new year has conic to us under new conditions, It should be HIP j" duty of every one to leave this year of i lie Koysl Air Force; lie ivautcd 1o fly. Ho saiil ami ;i storm broke ovor lila bead. His mother liis or iiacil language unbefitting a gun- Ucniiin anJ a bank manager. They c-ouldn't understand how suoli au idea liart come into his bead. Hut it hail come, ami aUicK like burr. His may hive been a flabby obtitinat'.v; but lie The boy, I3ic5r hoy to fly! T join Die service he said, "I'm going lo join." and realiy, war borne war. that nuded it. He liad to join sonictliiTJK, and why not Iho.ser- Yir.ti wliere rme tHret'tly ,trom civilian life as a cmlel? Tlial thought may iiavc been a snob- one, hut it Iii'hicnccil par- Cllt9> [t wclgllcd tl] tlicir decision to after nil? Frankly, he did not like a lit, fo n fortnight. Hut his pride was up, and more improved tbun it is nt the cut moment. His Lordship referred joliruie'u.A.F''rader'lJrV to lUe period ot reconatrucliori in the Was lhere not a ltoyal in past imd tlic pi'rt that the clmrch 'ook in it. He went on th'en I'j ?ny Unit behind tho motive of rccnnatructioii is the spirit ot Christianity prcjirhcil sang hymns of to by the church. AH people sbonlil do lirR llc lutj Then gradually ,jioy tbelr besUohiafcc tho churoli a Hving became Jet's forrtd. iwitl praispfl ill Ihlnfi and leave no stone unturned for }jf, rapidly, .the imrposo of seeing that :ill people noticealjlv by Iho chaff be attend the clnirch, imfi further its bis isnorante of B.imcs tlvlUes In'every possible way, esnoc'l (jo c-vt-rything. and la liy in Sunday School work. sarnie, though great u parl'nf the lilsliop Plnlcham hopod Cftt-li n.ilct's life RJ> by ihe board for one ivoiild tatin it us jinrt ot liis ijr fiMirpntmtcil on Hie E-oHJer buslncsi (o see that jipople hccawo-tng: he tlionRlit at of kind of Interested ami become nflivc members martyrdom or boily and POH! discipline doing everything In Jaeir power to ami "physical jerks" until on a sud- lie found lio positively glory- i ing In both. _Uo i'aini! Keenly to tho Theory [sclioolA. HR wnnlcd to tiio it tho iu- ficrest tho trnlnliu; gripped him for its own sake, ;UH! lie lndr hfaldns, the to Mud somu ground ho further cluircli inter cats, SHOULD'ABROGATE TREATY PKK1X, -Ian. ilRiiiand is ex- pressed toiiay by tho Leader that tlie Chino-Jap.iii- IEC treaty of embodying Ih3 '-'I demands made upon China by be abrogiited. newspaper temls that the Ire-aty should lie abro- gated "as lionestly an-! justice alike domand tliat Japan enter tho Ver- sailles council chamber with clean ids and that China, equally with other shall Le arul unfet- tered to dovclop along "her own cat- lines." The newspaper also suggests tliat the treaties o; and Hu- charo5t also he aurogatcd. [clear and no reason can be yet as-[ signed for HID disaster. j The dead j liny Mc.Mssters, wife oi Capt. j Roy .McJIasters of who was being relieved liy Capt. PliiHipa and. was not on the vessel- ilrs. was acting as cook. Tom Robinson, 23, ctec-khanci, son of Mrs. Kefinla Robinson, 713 South street, Tacoma. j John Crooks, -10, Tac.uma, deck-! hand, no known rclalives, I William 30, married, Ta- j cow A, drckljand. j Hans Anlersyii, 30, singlef Scatile, j relatives unknown. i BIG APPKOPKIATION N TO FEED EUROPE .Ian. Preaidcnt; son's- lir.-t legislative recoinmen- dalion baserf on his study ot corrdi- lions in Europe iophs to tlie relief of distress of copulations "utitsldc of (ierniany'1 tire threatened with sian'ation, 1 Request, for iinmediafe aiiprouria- tion of Sino.000.000 to supply food to- liberated people ot Austria, Turkey, Poland and western ?In, who havt.- HANDED OVER GUNS THAT WERE DAMAGED] COBLENZ, Jan. I eight German cannon surrendered in accordance with the terms of the armistice were rejected today' by the United Slates receiving commission. The Americans con- ten do d that the guns were of old models and did not meet the re- quirementi.: that some had been damaged by premature explo- sions and that others were lack- ing in certain parts. no recognized govcrnmenis and unahle to finance iiilemational obli- gallons, was transmitted today lo I congress by. Secretary (llass on cabled i 'iiistrnctions' from the president. A. KinfUicrs, chairninn ot the Hoard of Directors of the 0. T. U., was elected n member of the British House of Commons. AT THE COLONIAL; If it is clean entertainment, n compunied by tbo best mn ic in the city, yon are looking for. then the logical destination for you tonight is the Colonial Theatre. On same bill will be offered two of tlie {Tinniest comedies of Iho season, the firpj wili Iji: Eddie Lyons and >joran in "Almost a-Tr comedy. The sftoiul comedy feature will be Victor Moore in "Bmisalowing." n comedy of the trouble? of n fiuburbanUe. MAJESTIC GRAND OPERA Fri.-Sal. Jan. 17-18 MATINEE ON SATURDAY The Season's Extraordinary Event Second Lethbridse Engagement of the rsoni. DISTMISHEI) mm i STJSS. svsfKoxy osfflism swra SHCE stmscs... Presenting Upon a Gorgeous Sftlc of Scenic and Artistic Beauty, The Following Operas: FRIDAY EVENING The Double Bill Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci SATURDAY MATINEE Tafes of Hoffman SATURDAY EVENING, II Trovatore With a Scparal: and Dis- tinct Cast of the Leading Artists. Prices: lo 52.50. Mail ord- ers received now and carefully filled as they arrive. Remit- tances must Provincial War Tax. Regular box office scat sale opens nexl Monday, January nth. COLONIAL TONIGHT AND TUESDAY World Pictures Present EthdClcwtctn The Witch Woman' Story by Wlllard Mack Directed hy Travers Vale Written by the famous authnr of great stage successes, this iiictnro gives Kthcl C Jay ton one of (lie TCry best roles Blie has over had. It ia an astonialiing story superbly pre- sented. Concert Orchestra Starts Tonight SCREAMING COMEDY "Almost Welcome" OTHER FEATURES AND VICTOR MOORE'S COMEDY "BUNGALOWING" cheery word, and (ho machine took! sin; lo Hurt Bomi! ground ,vUieri- ho The boy liil Ills lii> ami grliuirrt I iilcl lioal Hie nipn wliu Irau illstanc-1 Imrd upon tlio vvocil of Ills seal. Kni i not flown, and thn thouslit thni Ills Join the LIBRARY EXCHANGE 'at EVERAtt, 4 FRANKS SOUTHARf) 8LOCK Thfrrf Avenut Soulh askcil for a rr.coum or llio Oallots. ncrvo mleht fio at ranin- Excessive mo of tnt was n rlEtilraarc to him. Mo cflmpaign, c' voters, im-'wroiu with nsMn proper rejection of'liallols, "Haernn1 He said lie knew so rmicli aliout violation" of Michigan eleclton laws [planes llial nothing toulil liappcr. in and many other charges were by j Iho air for which he was ntmrenarod Mr. Ford In his pillion. u v.-oa (rue; hut lie liail lo ivrlie It I many times lie.'ore Iro felt, in fact, Ihe cerlainty he processed. when lie cUmheii for Hie (irsl time Into an aeroplane which wfts lo CONGRESS ADJOURNS AS MARK OF RESPECT j WASHINGTON', congress adjourned lotay na mark of respei-l alter at'opling fly. r.nd not Just a lage such as lie had often taslcd round of rcerel nt Ilic death ofCol.jn practice ground, lie fell numeral ,ind i.rovldlng for the line jit !ho knee, anil Ills Inside seem- ot lo In sink. Hit Juilrsclor rllivlicil in willt n h.iil rather nintfcd most the games ill the Cadet Brigade. Ho li.irlnV ihe uphrlni'Ins thai mates a man Ihal kind of, but he ivas a Rportsinan of a sort. iMa' bo> wjiom Ihry had treated like 3 hoi hoiue. orchid, this boy who meant to and floiv. Ho Is flying In franco loday, and Is regarded as a thorough safe flying officer; safe In the sense lhat he has never been knomi lo muff a Job that ha? heen him. ".Vo nbout his Flight Commander; "hut he's a real sticker.' mid what he doesn't know nliont his MJUS- woul'dn't lie worth liml- LATEST AND BEST STORY OF THE ALASKA GOLD FIELDS Six Stirring Acts WILL ROGERS in LAUGHING B1U HYDE REX DEACH Gotdwyn SENOR MANUEL SALAZAR J Dramatic Tenor of the Srui Carlo j Orantl Opera Comjiany, fosuarr 17 an'J IS ;