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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE rrth LUi'HBKUXIl-; DAILY IlKRALD FRIDAY, MARCH PLEA I01Y Declares He Has Labored Only For Workers and Never Preached Sedition WINNIPEG, March Cana- dian that ho had de- voted his life to ihe causa of a sutler- ins humanity. William Iveus, one o! the accused strike leaders, continued his address to tho jury at the trial j ot Ihe seven strike- leaders today. j Passionalo appeals lo Jury to re SWEEPS STATES .Mucli Damage From Gale in in Minnesota LADY MILDRED ROSS what ho claimed was an hon-, of Sir Georeo Koss. who died est altc-mpt on tbo pan of labor to Pasadciift. California, where sho beneli'. conditions featured his argu- ment. He delendcd the action of labor in scnilins greetings to So.vlel Bus- sis, He disclaimed any seditious atlempl on his own part, uitd stated (hat tho orgaiiizalkfn oi me One UiB U-i'on was a logical slej> toward industrial union- was visiting her sister. eyes of tho Almighty imd hear lllni say 'Well ilone.' Ivens, In referring to the general strike, staled that labor was (aco Jo face with a wage crisis that had oever before appeared and the only solu- tion was the general strike. Capital In dealing with the grain growers rsfu5ed grant a living wage TpVKKA. Kas_ March S.-D. j Klorau, federal meteorologist, said to- i day lhat a million dollars was a con- servative estimate of tho damage I done to the winter crop by yesterday's j windstorm. I TOPKKA, Kas., March j winds which prevailed over Kansas yestoniay blew great quautilies- of wheat out o( Ihe ground. Impaired wire communication and filled the uir with sui'U an amount of dust aud par- ticles that tho suu was At ciany points Ihe so pro- nounced it was found necessary to UES lights. In Minnesota Too ST. PAUL, Minn., March tral and Southern Minnesota last night was swept by Ihe second severe blltzard within a week, snow and sleet'was blown before a gale. convention at Brandon, where ha had spoken, Kens declared he had anything seditious. autocrats and barons." he contended, were respon- "Tho crown would mate out every member of the Trades and Labor Council, every person thai attended the Calgary convention; in fact, every- one that liad anything to do with any of the trades councils, were suilty ihroush association with us of scili- itoiis conspiracy. In that case all farmers that attended the grain grow- ers' convention at IJrandon arc guilty of sedition oVing to my having been Mr. Iveus said. Ivens Addresses Jury WINNIPEG, March un- rest was felt throughout the world, said William Ivens, one ot Ihe strike leaders on trial here, in coutinuing this morning his address to the jury on his behalf, and Ibis unrest cmilj uot he settled until Ihe cause has been discovered Mr. Ivens dealt with causes for un- re.sl in ancient Greece and Home, and declared that the Russian monarchy had fallen because of its failure to give the people justice and that Ger- many's downfall was the result of Prussian "Their -he said, "was is right.' The workers say or revolution.'" Mr. Ivens told the Jury Ihe cause of Ihe present' unrest was the im- :ncuse of the wealthy classes, accumulated through profiteering. I "The causes of the unrest cannot be solved by I am ac- cused of preaching he vent on Mr. .Ivens denied ever hav- ing advocated "illegal organization for an illegal as ho quoted the from Ihe crown. "As. the 'employers urganlzo In societies, so the workeis are for their protection to or- stilted Mr. Jvcas, after tell- ing the Jury of his pail in Ihe Irade union movement. O. B. U. To Prevent Strikes "Gentlemen." he said. "I have giv- en my whole life to re.movo the causes of unrest." The organization of the One Dig Union was to prevent strikes, it was onp more move on the part of the workers to legally organize for the purpose of getting a fair deal. Ho eeid he was not present at the Cal- gary convention hut ho believed that the Ono Hlg Union was Ihe logical -outcome of tho labor movement and was a step toward industrial unionism, j "There must he industrial and pol- itical action linked up together for thft emancipation of the he went on. an'd he instanced the present Far- mer-Labor group in Ontario as the re- mit of failure of the existing form oi government to meet the unrest among those classes. "The causes of unrest must be he said, "and, God helping me, 1 will do my best to remove them. 1 ask you to help me. I have given my life to, this work and I am happy. "When 1 die. I want to look Into the sible for the strike; not labor. The "i strikers had tried to avoid disorder i strik and and had as the crown contended, begun n reign of terror. ANOTHER BROKERS' MESSENGER SKIPS NEW YORK, March robbery was added today to the al- ready long list among brokerage' houses and company repo: FAMILY WIPED OUT The photographs! shown above are those of Mrs. Kalhi'rino Smith, Miss Xaomi Suillh, and Mr. Archibald Smith, lato of Lindsay, Ont., -all the, members of one family, who died from influensa. graph and telephone service was bad- ly crippled.. The temperature remain- ed well abovo zero. Heavy snowfall in the last two days in Montana and has tied up that section of Ihe main transcon- tinental lino oi Ihe C. "M. and P. railroad between Mobridge, S. D., and Terry, Montana, and trains arc being detoured via tbo Xortheru Pacific railroad. U. S. PEACE ARMY WASHINGTON, March peace time army of :2C5.000 enlisted'men awl New York officers fras Approved yesterday when John Muirjfoy the house in passing tho. army lorted to the police i organization" bill by a vole of 246 li that u messenger sent, out yesterday j The incasuro now goes lo the to deliver negotiable securities val- senate. ued at dlffijEired. When gelling the job about three months ago he gave tbe firm a false name and address, Iho police say. DENIKINE MAKES PEACE WITH BOLSHIES LONDON, March" -un- confirmed report has reached here that General Denlklne, leader of the antf-Bolshevlk South Russia, has made Aerms with the-Bolsheviki. This report Is of diplomatic origin, 'but it reaches London by a roundabout way. SAYS CANADA MUST .MAINTAIN TARIFF IHIQUOIS FALLS, Oat.. March Tho necessity pf maintaining tarlfi In Canada was tho subject of an dross delivered last ulthtjliy Il6a. Arthur Meifheu, speaking In tho In-, lerests of Major B. P. Pulleii, lude- pendent Conservative candidate la tlie Temlsktuiln; bye-election. Tlfa minister of the Interior the couu- try needed- n tariff which VIE going to lie honest and pay Us debts, lie criticized the policy advocated on the subject U. Mackenzie King and Hon, T. A. Crerar. Ontario may rrlebUoite on the liquor traffic by next June. C. N. R. EARNINGS TORONTO, 'March National Railway earnings for Ihe ended .March 14. 1920, were Corresponding period lest year showing an increase of The population of Berlin. Germany, Uted for 70 Thru its use Grandmotlia's youthful appearance has remained until youth has become but mem The soft, while appeaiancc it renders kavts the joy of Beamy wit for many Wars Bmnton HooMr Everything for the SUNDAY TABLE BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL ALL KILLED. TRY OUR SPECIAL PORK SAUSAGE Same as sold by the Delany Co. WE ALSO HAVE SOME HOME CURED HAMS BACON per 45e .Sliced, ftr per.lb. By the Piece, par Ib............ Ib. PHONE 1698 Me dissolved in the mmth, effectively destroy the many fferma whlcb are conttkntly air, lodging In the throat. Cinnafonn PMtilln an woaderfolly anccesiful in drtn who inSainth Son ThroaM CoMsT -UGOim NATIONAL DBUQ fi CHCMJCAL CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS Tn the ostate of Robert Chapuis, nl the City of LcllibrMBC. in the] Province of Alberta, farmer, de-l ceased: i SLOW DEATH Adies, pairs, nervousness, in urinating, often mean serious disorders, The world's, standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric add COLD MEDAL brinff qolct relief often werd off deadly Known the national ot HoliaaiJ for more than 200 At dragglsis, !0c. twx. bo C.U Diadems of Devotion Nothing so expresses a man's affection for his loved one as gifts of valuable and elejant jewelry. The most distinctive effects and the finest guaran- teed qualities are to lie found here. R. A. WRIGHT The City's Largest and Finest 1898 Jewelry Store 1920 Balmoral Block REMODELLING 3 More Days To take advantage of the large discounts on Our Entire Stock of Watches, Clocks, Cut Glass, Silver- ivare, China, Jewelry of all descrip- WatcK Our Windows for the Next Few Days for Bargains L B. BENDER JEWELER 331 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Better. Meat for Less Money 405 Fifth Street South JUST OPPOSITE THE SILVER GRILL Just look, these prices over before buying your week end meats. All No. 1 Fresh KiHed Beef. You cannot help but save money when you deal at the Butcheteria. Choice Beef Roast, per l8c Choke Veal Roast, per Ib. f...........____18c. Plate Beef, per Ib.......................lie Roasts Pork, 30c Shoulder Ib................ .4 23c Mild Cured Bacon, by the piece, per Ib. 50c mild cured, per 4Sc We bave also NEW LAID EGGS, BUTTER and many other lines a Httie below the rest. Xotice Is hereby given that all per- sons having claims upon the estate of the above-named Robert Chtpule, who on tbe 13th day o'. Novem- ber, 1519, are required to file with the undersigned by tb3 4th day of May, a full statemeiit, duly veri- fied, of their claims and of aoy secur- held tiv tbat after that date Ibe Public Administrator will distribute the assets ot tbe deceased among the parties entitled '.hereto, having regard only lo the claims of which notice has been so filed or which have been brought to Us know- ledge. Baled this IStb day of March, I'jM. THU TRUSTS AND OUARANTEK COMPANY, LIMITED, Public Administrator. 'Ao Eighth Avenue West, Calgary, Alberta. Canada. II. A. Howard, Manager. MACltB.VZlE t MBNZIB, Lclhbridge, Alberta, Solicitors. Approved: (Sgd.) J. a. Jaclscin. Ad X ..J.D.C. TENDERS The Municipal District ot Warner, No. r.O, .Is now accepting lenders for '.Motive Cower to draw bvo 12-foot Adam's Knglnc Oradera, for tho grad' ing roads (or 600 miles, mofe or loss. For {urlher Information, write 0. U Alkins, reevo, New Darlon, Alia., or tho Secretary-Treasurer, Municipal Wnlrlcl of Warner, No. yfcntr, Alia..- Ad 2 1M5 RETAIL AND WHOLESALE LUMBER AND Builders' Supplies The largest and most complete stock fn SOUTHERN ALBERTA of Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Brick, Cemont, Paper, Mouldinat, Pltce your orders NOW for FENCE POSTS, before the spring rush commences. FARMERS: When coming to 'town, make my office your bead- quarters. PERSONAL ATTENTION given to Yours for Service, CORDS PLAIN TREADS NON-SKIDS The Maple Leaf Tire meets the needs lor a hard- wearing, comfortable-riding tire at actual cost of manufacture and selling, plus modeft profit. The success of Maple Leaf Tires is remarkable, for they have become popular almost entirely on their merits, their workmanship, the excellence of the materials used, and .their long service; The cordial reception of the fabric Leaf Plain Treads and Non-Skids selling at the same us to offer Maple Leaf last word in tires, THE MAPLE LEAF RUBBER MMETED, 'MONTREAL. Local Distributors Western Canada Hardware Co. H. N.BECKER YARDS AT- I-ETHBRIDQE, WARNER, NEW DA.YTON, MOM- Al. ARCH. NOBLEFORD. NEMISCAM HAVE YOU A Strong Market Prevails at Present and You Should Get Our Offer NOW on Any Quantity. We Pay Highest' Pricey DEALERS IN HJDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 412 ADDRESS: 320 6th ST, 9. P.O. BOX ;