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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIDAY, JANUAHY 11. TWHTEEM Impofting Ceremony for Begin- ning of Reform Scheme Duke (Jets Cordial Welcome British Imliu, Jan. The first of the new Indian councils to he' iimnnfuratfid under the Indian reform embodied in the Mon- tagus hill, Riving the natives ;i great- er in the ico.'orimifmt, was open- fid with ;in imposing coremony here ycstunlny by the Duke of Connaughl, who recently arrived for n visit to India. The galleries of the. council chamber were filled with notables of tho city and distinguished visitors, The Unite of C'nnmntsht has been fiivtu ;i co.'dtal welcome in Madras iiu (Ulicrc havs been numerous domoii- 'Btrutions in his honor. The Duke of Cpunauffht went to India for the purpose of participating in the inauguration reform legislation, his visit in Hen of one by the Frinco of Wales, who, it was an- nounced in a royal proclamation India laist summer, 'would not visit India thie v.'intor, tlio promise then being made that tho Duke of Con- naught would in his stead. A dispatch from Njigpur, India, ,7nn- ury 2, said a boycott on tho proposed visit of the diiko liart voted by tho Indian National congress, a na- ,.tlve body. 15 Year 6 1-2 Per Cents Sell For 95.10, To Yield 1 Railway Brotherhood Asks For Restraining Order Against Liihor Congress, YORK, Jan. It was learn- ed this morning that the firm of Wm. Reid and Co., wore the purchasers of the Grand Trunk railway 000 15-year, (i i-y per cent., equipment trust gold certificates. Dutton, Roid and Co., the arm's successors, today ottered new securities at 95.40 and Interest, to yield approximately 7 per cent. Frank Scott, vice-president of the Grand Trunk Railway, in a letter to tha hanksers, says in part: "The cash contract price of the rolling stock is ot which the railway makes an initial cash pay- ment of Resolutions Fagged at Conven (ion Placed Before Cabinet Attendance oases some changes in legislation and in many Cases a considerable outlay of money. Unemployment relief and frpo treat- ment in sanitoriums were amonf; the workmen ihe admiiilsira- tion supervision to ho under the compensation bourd. I. KD.MONTOX, Jan. all ihe things desired hy tho labor organiza- tion, along with those the people are looking to bo put in ofioct, some sroat uiul increased means ol' raising money for the provincial treasury will hava to be found. Alberta has not. funds enough to finance them now. This was in effect what tho govern- ment told u delegation from the Al- berta Federation of Labor, which waited upon it this morning with a, aheaf or requests involving in moat thn "avengers' society." an alleged i LONDON Egypt arc. reported to have discovered another conspiracy similar to ilmt of j anti-British organisation, uncovered last fall, says an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Cairo, dated Wednes- day. The details, adds the- message, have not yet been maite public. main features of the labor program The plotting organization dfscnvnr- to wuich tho objection of heavy cost j ed last autumn was alleged to1 have was raised by the members the j been a society organized to carry out government. The latter 'itself, ac- j assassinations on political person- cording to Hon. C. 11. Mitchell, would j ages Including the sultan and his mln- mean the biggest expenditure on health lines yet undertaken and at the present time is not practicable. Amendments to tho Workmen's Com- pensation Act were asked for, the mostj important of them being au in- :reaso in indemnities to dependents isters, and was commonly known as t the "vengeance gang.'1 In October j last 25 members of tho organization j were convicted OL" conspiracy by ;i; court which had boon trying them for I several weeks, Numerous assasajnu- j tions and attempted murders were i OTTAWA. Jan. 13. right of the trades and labor congress of Canada to revoke Ihn charter oi' the .Canadian Hrolhor-j hood ot Railway Employees, will bo fought out in tho courts. A writ is- sued on behalf (if the brotherhood to- seeks an injunction restraining the trades and labor congress of Can- si da 1'rom In arty way excluding the Canadian Brotherhood Railway Employees, or its members, from the rights arising from membership in the mongrels, restraining the de- fendant body from interfering with members of the plaintiff, organization, by urging them to leave that organ- The brotherhood further seeks a declaration that the C. B, R'. E. and its members are still members of the trades and labor congress of Canada notwithstanding the action of the I Dominion oxocuMve expelling them i from membership therein, and that the said action oi" the executive is in valid, and of no effect. A claim for an unstated amount of damugeti and costs ia made. RAILWAY FREIGHT EXCHANGE DECISION NOT VERY SATISFACTORY OTTAWA, Jan. decision regarding the adjustment of exchange on payments of freight shipments be- tween Canada and the United States is not likely to prove to Canadian shippers, according to repre- sentatives of western interests now here. The Winnipeg grain exchange in particular, is likely to be dissatis- fied with tho arrangement. The ar- rangement whereby a sub-charge of sixty per cent, of the prevailing rate of exchange shall be Imposed upon the present tariff charges will be ot some advantage to all, particularly to the Canadian -who ships goods from near the international bor- der with a short Canadian and long American haul, but it will not be sat- isfactory for example, to the livestock -Who ships a long Canadian and short American haul, it is said. ORION COMMUNITY BUSY WITH NEW YEAR (From Our Own Correspondent) ORION. Jan. The tlrst two weeks "T tin1 new year seem to be- times ot' importance for the different organizations in Orion and' district. In different school districts the annual meetings are being held this week. Tjuat week the Ladies' Aid of Orion church Held their meet- ing at the invitation of Mrs. Woods and appointments were made for the year. The aid announce a grand en- tertainment on Monday evening, 17th, to consist of songs, dialogues, etc. Most of the young people of the dis- trict are taking part and a good pro- gram is promised. On Wednesday night the Orion board of trado held their organizing meet, and elected the same officers as last yeas. Mr. J, C. Js presi- dent. and the board have given notice to the community that on Friday the lilst of January they will give a. free to all fevenlng. Therp will be an oyster supper -and entertainment in the shape of card tables, and dancing will be good music is also promised. The board are expecting to go a good "trade" on that date, Jan. 21st. On Sunday, Jan, 9th, Mr. .las. Jack- son presented book prizes t o the scholars of Sunday school, had during the last guarter recited In the best manner 'th'e -Golden Texts for each lesson. Sidney Kggleaton, Arthur Peck and Ro.'y feck were the three- to -the prizes. In the service 'On Sunday, the Rev. H. 0. Woods made the announcement that in. the evening a song service be held at his home. A good company attended, and it is expected (hat the service will be held in tho church in the future. The Orion Consolidated school are completing the arrange- ments. and expect to have a new prin- cipal for the next term, they aro in want of a teacher for the primary school. Little Margaret lieattie who has been suffering from a throat trouble i'or Rome, days, has a slight turn for the better Jind it in hoped Bhe will soon .ba quite well afaUi. DOMINION OPIUM AND NARCOTIC ACT NOW DECLARED ULTRA VIRES OTTAWA, Jan. Press.) finding -by .Magistrate Noble of the Manitoba provincial .court that the Dominion Opium and Narcotic Act passed at the last session of parlia- ment is ultra vires is unlikely to lead to any action at Ottawa, at least un- til the decision has been confirmed by higher courts. It la understood that there has been a disposition in cer- tain quarters to question the consti- tutionality of the act and this matter has for some timo been engaging the attention of the department of jus- tice. DOHERTY HOME SOON OTTAWA, Jan. (Can. Prow.) C. J. Doherty, mlnUter of jus- tice, who waa oni of Canada's rfcpre- sentativoH at the first meeting of., the of rfotlOQi at Geneva, if ex- pected back at the capital not later lhan the beginning of next week. The minister is a passenger on tho Adria- tic which is about due to arrive at Now York, HOW WEAK WOMEN ARE MADE STRONG Mrs, Westmoreland Tells in die Following Letter. my first child wu born I did not know about LydU E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound hard time. I read in the newspaper about the Vegetable Com- pound and when my second child came I took it and was well during th e whole time, and childbirth waa a hundred times easier. Ever since then I have used it for any wtaknws and would not be without It for the world. 1 do all my work and am atrong and healthy. I am nursing my baby, and I still take the VegetabloCom pound asitkcepsawoman in good health. You may publish my testimonial for the good of ntnerwomen, if you choose to do C. WEST- MORELAND, Harrison, N.Y. Women who suffer from displace- ments, irregularities, inflammation, ulceration, backache, headaches and nervousness should no time in giving thii famous root and herb remedy, LydlaE. Pinlham's pound, a trial, and for special advica to Lydia a Hnkbara Medicioa ENGLISH TENOR Kfl_LED and the adoption of u wage scale' credited to this society. basis for compensation payments. J Ninety per cent, was named as thfc rate for the payments on this new j basis. The cancellation of doctors' con- tracts for medical attendance and the N. S. COLLIERIES HIT HY LACK OK ORDERS CLACK IUV. X H., Jan. H.-Cnr- taliimmt in tho oporjitinns of the iii in ion Coul Company's is ulficliilly announced today. Loss of a! rim! with UK; hutrh j lou'Ais llu; company withuui u market for coal outside the hu'-rdiiic provinces! and the local demand is rprluvi.'d i idlcnc.i-i ttt tho Dominion Slcrl plan; I at Sydney, when1 only :u'vcn hiiiiilivd coal a ('ay aro :M.W nuc'lcd as i the normal i-onsiimption of I A "laying oft" ol'j :m-n in tho iiKichiiu- and rar shops ut'j llu1 corporation as well a-.-- j Sydney and Louishni'K Uaiiway and at Lin: comi.-any'a piers vrill tukc place, j BALLOONI8TS WILL ADDRESS CANADIAN CLUU IN NEW YORK; YORK, Jan. (Canadian j three I'nitcd Statrs nuv- j al- Klonr. Hint on and rnluniod from Canada this morn ins, ac-' ctiiitod an invitatiun from t'ana- i Club liero to altentl a dinner nt the hotel on .fanuury 21 when Hon. X. Rowt-H. K.C., and E, Beatty, of the Cana- diun Pacific Hallway, will be the principal speakers. It was also announced by the Cana- dian Olub today that Henry W. Taft ot" New York and Rustoni Rustomjee, editor of tho Oriental Re- I view ol" Bombay, India, will speak, Mr. Taft deal with the Japanese ques- tion while .Mr. Hiistotnjee's subject is announced as ''The new era in India." TORONTO, Jan. 14. (Canadian Thiri is nomination day throughout tho Hnlisli I'nion of South Africa and tho exportation is that tliero will be olllcially in ulmotit every cMididittes of each of the, tlirtM- principal South African Unionist. Xuttonallst and Lab- or. Throc-corn.Tf'd roiitests, i' is thought, will be bo a gnneral thinp. Thy Houih African Unionist coali- tion is the party of the present gov- ernment led by General SiuuLs. Tin1 principal Issue in the campaign is tiiat -secession from the British., Kmpiro, wliich the Nationalists ntrongly snp- poi-t. Tho- latest manifestos of the leader; of that party aftlrm Uieir du- LENINC SCAKIt MUNQAftV W'UAl'KST, Jan. llorthy pitrdgncd the four formvr peoples' rtcentljr 0 cd to tic handed after .their c victlr.u on charKeH of homicide a couiiterfoitiiifr Thin action wan taken because Nikolai Lftnl the Russian soviet premier, It tiaid, nutllioil ttu; KOvelbnient tbvt it t men wero executed ho wovld order t'uu throats of Hungarian oftoort whv are still prisoners in Kustita, out. ASPIRIN "Bayer" is only Genuine ing tho publication recently ot ute1.' prepared by Senator Alarais of the Nationalist 'hea'fl committee, urg- ine. that "the head committee must de- cide to drop the republic for tUe timo "oping anil contest" the election on the economic issue, so as to cut the ground from under the feet of the goyern- inent." Tho labor party is split into' two camps, the Liberal party and the Cape Labor party, both of whom ap- parently avoid the secession issue and are campaigning on internal questions, i substitution of a medical aid scheme that will guarantee adequate treat- ment for alt worknlun's sickness, was also a part of this request. The old method wae declared to be unsatis- factory, and the new ono suggested would be paid for by a tax on the Jan. Ehvcs, the English tenor, died here laatj night from injuries he suffered when struck by a train on which he luul arrived from New York. He had just alighted with his wife from the train at the Back Bay station and was attempting to return an overcoat to tha conductor when he wUs hit by u moving car. _______________ 1 A REMBRANDT STOLEN HAMBURG, Jan. j landscape "After the was stolen from a private owner here; January and supposedly was ship-! pod to tho United States on board the I Kteiiiner Mongolia, which sailed on January (i. The painting was on wood and is centimetres in length and centimetres high. U is said to be valued at marks. DKURY LOSES ONE MORE SUPPORTER TORONTO. Jan. Major .Mt-.Xamara, M.P.P. for Rlvordyle. dis- trict this city, has decided to give up his sqat in tho labor party on the gov- ernments side of the legislature and will ait with the opposition alongside M. McBride of Brantford. He declares lie has not altered his attitude toward the government, however, and will support or criticize as he sees fit. "Unless you sic the name "Bayer" on package otym you are not getting genuine Aspirin at all. In every Bayer package are direottona for Colds. Headache, Neuralgia, Rheu- matism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin bojtaft ol twelve cost f3w cents. Dn gists also sell larger packages. Made in Canada. Aspirin is the trade mark (registered in of Bayer Man- ufacture of .Monoaceticactdester ol Salicyljcacid. CuticuraSoap Without Mug Cutteon ta the hi Phone 625 BA WDEN BROS. "CONSISTENT QUALITY, CONSISTENTLY LESS PILES jiU.Hi rwiulru Dr. Ointment will relWvo at onc mid Hflord las tin a bctiefll. We, a a dealari, or Kdminttou, Ha A Co., Limited, Toronto. Simple Boi Inn U yon mention tint tod cDdw So. lUuiip nc r.o: aiVttlmr flay v-fth Itchlnir, Ttlrrmi- or Ing 'flhiH. No opcr- Pre-Inventory and Stock Reducing Sale The hundreds of people who have purchased their furniture or house furnishings during this sale is a splendid tribute to the marvellous values' we are offering. Purchasers during this sale will be more than repaid with the excellent value they receive. From the present trend of the furniture market we can asiure you it will be a long time before you will buy 4t such low prices. FREE STORAGE ON ALL PURCHASES FREIGHT PREPAID ON OUT OF ORDERS Beds and Bedding BRASS SPRING AND ALL COTTON FELT MATTRESS This one' sells regular ?100.00 Ribbon finish two inch continuous post with one inch fillers, coil spring guaranteed for. twenty years, and a mat- tress made of veny best grade white feltud cotton. Size 3'3" only. For auy one who wains ti real good outfit this is Biniiig-Rooni Goods Carpets and House Furnishings a snap. January ANOTHER OUTFIT THAT SELLS REGU- LARLY AT Two inch straight posts, one inch tup rod and im'h fillers, twenty year guaranteed coll spring aud all cottou tall mattress. January Sale Price, VERNIS MARTIN BED Regular Two inch continuous niwts with one inch fillers in this popular near brass finish that dons not chip ur tarnish easily. Sizes and .January Sale Price, WHITE ENAMEL BEDS We have a large ausortment of all styles White Kiuunul Beds in all sizes at special prices. January Sale Price, from BUY IT NEW. MAKE'YOUR OWN PURE BEDDING LAWS. EXTENSION COUCH Sells Regular Two only, frame oE heavy anglu steel v.illi uvtiHeil link All cotton mattress with valar.c.e on three willt attractive covering. Tho only uxtensfon roucn tluit iirovirlos a place for January Sale Price, ABOVE ARE ALL SIMMONS GUARANTEED BEDS AND BEDDING CHILD'S CRIB Regular Two only E. Crih.-i. link i'alirh sprint and uol- ton lias drop atiioti. January Sale Price, FUMED OAK DINING SUITE Regular Solid nak (Jininp; suite or eight in aimed I'inish, mirrored huffet with usual drawers, etc., round tap tahle, with very heavy pedestal and set of dining chairs with full hox construc- tion, pad s'eats covered in genuine cowhide. January Sale Price, FUMED OAK DINING CHAIRS Regular Strongly coii covered in Kc January Price, EARLY ENGLISH DINING CHAIRS Regular 565.00. j One not only of'lllis splendid (iincr. Fill! box scat with hlocked rorlHMS. niiidr ol hcst kiln dried ojj-k.'htia covered in genuine lea- ther. This JK than tc'lay's I'actory price. January Sale Price, PEDESTAL EXTENSION TABLE Regular J47.50. inch round lop laliir extends lo S fed wtlh drop tn mussivo pedestal hasc. Tin's is a value you can't po.ssilily dupii- January Sale Price, EVERYTHING REDUCED ALL FURNITURE, CARPETS CURTAINS, DRAPES and CROCKERY. BIG SAVINGS ON CARPETS and DRAPES The highest and best assorted stock of Carpets, Curtains anil Drapes in Southern Alberta to select from, all at saving prices. Look at these prices, then compare: WILTON RUGS, size 9x12, from WILTON RUGS, size 9x10'6 from ____ _ WILTON RUGS, sire 9x9. from S72.50 AXMINSTER RUGS, 9x12. from AXMINSTER RUGS, size Ox10'6 from 557.50 AXMINSTER RUGS, 9x9, from J52.00 WILTON only all one pattern, regular price Jan. Kale A -r JAPANESE REVERSIBLE ORIENTAL MATS, size inches, made in oriental rnlors and both sides alike; regular price 1 January Sale 1'rice' 90c MARQUISETTES, VOILES either hemstitched tape or fancy borders in ecru, cream iinrt white, values to 90c yd. January Sale Price per CRETONNES inchea wide. Values to JI.30. Jan- uary Sale Price ARMURE CLOTH green or brown, specially made for pnrtf.ores, double width; Jan, Hale Price or per yard PORTIERE.CURTAINS, In green, brown or mixfjd colors, all yards long; January Sole. Price IVA o AA per pair O.IHJ O.UW SILK CORD AND CUR. TAIN TRIMMINGS, HALF PRICE. CROCKERY DEPARTMENT c.ct our on Dinner Limoges, Xionon and .Scm'.Porcelaiu. Thev mean bis Havings. Nippon Hand-painted Semi-Porcelain Sett 97-Piece of 97 Piecei different designs to select from, liiill regularly at, and 1100.00. JANUARY SALE PRICE 13 different designs to choose from at prices you can't equal anywhere. JAN. SALE PRICE, FROM to Limoges Dinner ScU, 97 20% Off. ;