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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THK l-l'.'l1IH1V11JUU UAII.V NOVEMBER 5. 1U19 BLOW WILL FALL Farmtr Would Reinstate Civic Employees Who Struck But Mayor Gray Won't WINNIPEG, Xor. cfrlf om> tloyees dismissed at the time o[ the recent strike for failure 10 comply v. hh'lhe terms pi iheir agreement wllh city will be if lie labor r-laie is elecicd. is Ihc policy u( mem- bers lunalns on the-lsbor Uriel who addressed the civic employees' fcder- eMoi last nlsht Mayor Gray and Aldermen Fisher atuS McLein were as delralle in tlielr statements in cpppslllon lo any reinstatement, declaring -they stood behind their actions oMhe past year, Ihoy consciously believed was the only course open to them and they irouij do the same thine again In sim- ilar circumstances. Mayor Cny. In replying to a remark made during the Rddrws of hls-ou- ponent, S. J- Farmer, (hit ha-under- How to Make Coffee AUw ec.e heaping ub cf Seel Co9W co each cup. fcjifog wzier "era- is CajfTec. J niautei. Ld stud ifnficir.uus. Be you net, SEALBRAND COFFEE WhoLr, groucJ for TricoliioH and ewUniry pcrroL- COES. In 1 and TITJ -si J. good deziers; Vrf.e foe Pe i Ftc-ci Jr Muled on repesc. CHASE MONTREAL. Louis Post-Despatch. flood that the present administration was Emending, lo conduct iis canip.-'Jsn on the e'rltb of last May, told ihc audience that-.thcrc was no other thought In tie'-nitnds ol those present this sE ihc st'ritc. and diiisi be the Frequently Inler- riipUd oy members of his audience, the mayor ar'ona .Jhf.e threatened lo j leave the platform. S. J. Farmer, labor candidate for mayor, who followed Mayor Gray said that he understood thai i TT thecliir council Intend matins .ho "Pretending (o Impose on Us a strike an issue In the election's. He said he would regard- the civic em- ployees as bis fellow.workers and, if elected, would reinstate the ineu the This is His Evidence on Stand in Berlin Forced By Militarists DF.RUN. Nov. sil- ting of the subcommittee ot llie as- ly whlcb Is ihe Lion of responsibility for the ivar notable for tho tvasiva of Dr. Alfred Zimmerman, former sec- retary [or foreign affairs, coucern.r.s Gernianv's treatment of Belgium., which compelled Dr. Von DetJimanir- former Ituiiertnl chancellor, to come lo the assistance of Zimmer- man anil answer for him. Iloth Zlnv ueniian anil Voa that they had made efforts .painst the all-powerful military parl> n Iho matter ol Ibe doportatlon of Germany's peaco offer again 'was up. You Gethniann-lIolhvDK roilenilinK thai lie frequeallr ,-Imtl iiscussfd ucace with artl. the United Slates ambassador. tho tornedolne in March, 1916. of the English channel Sus- ses, mid wheu Ambassador Gerard was prerariLg to .return home. first' week In ofiice. LILY DEFEND Majority Party, Mainly Compos- ed of Protestants, Will lie Returned Dictatorship of Absolutism" He Says PARIS, N'ov. liis speech at Strassboursli yesterday Premier Clemencoau, aller Ihe people on the disappearance o] Prussian militarism and Ihe relum lo nce ol AlEace-Lomlne, the peace treaty instrnment was without precedent ia Ihe history ol Ihe world. He praised the French republic, which, lie said. the aid ol ils valiant allies, had saved civilization for the world. Dealing with social equality. 31. Clemenceau declared that workmen inave rights -which-it Is their riellt to mm m OVER mm No Rslurn Of The Trouble- Since Taidng "Frult-s-Tim" 103 CHPBCU ST., MOXTVUL. "I was 4 greit sufferer from I consulted Bppcia'jstsj ic-ok medicine; useJ lotious; but nothing did uie good. tend ia 15