Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAfiF TJTHTmmr.p. OAIT.Y HV.M.H TUESDAY, NOVKMBF.a li, 1'JH Ontario's Cabinet Guessers Still busy TOROXTO. Xov. IVrvy. today .tatcd that he TroyM cot W able to announce bis cablnci chul- u eirly a he LaJ eipecled II was possible he mljnl be able to jivo the names Friday. He did state, how- ever, thai George Lock, librarian for !he cltj- of Toronto, had refused to ac- tept the. portfolio of minister of edu- (cailoD, which bad been oJTere.l to him. TORONTO. NOT. II. Grant. IM. I'. P, for Carleioa. been per- I aisieatly mentioned as the ner pro- Tiuclal secretary la the farmers' cab- iae-t. It Is kno-.vn that bo has been j iu touch with lha r-rotinetal secret- ary's department aad this iz taken IP the reports thst he wilt get ib.il portfolio. II. C. Nlion. M.P.H.. (or North Brunt, i early lu the guessicg game at to whom DDD. D. IlLEmbotham Co., Ltd., drug- lists, Ltlhbrldse.--Advertisement Prescription for Eczema E UJ Loll. The maker's name means a lot on what you buy these days! Fashion-Craft Quality Clothes all beor the brand. When buying clothes il's worth looking lor as it means a guarantee of quality. High prices have induced many to consider buying the next best thing. But is it wise? is always the cheapest. Buy less, but get positive satisfaction and service in what you do buy. Fubion-Craft it sold from coast to coast to men who appreciate quality. LOCALLY 1Y LOUIS KEEL LETHBR1DGE the cabinet would te, was mentioned us viie next pnmurul treasurer, auil it iti ilia be.iavtd ty some tm will bold J tho pursa strings lu me Urury cab- inet. C. Illsgs. o[ also has been, uienuimed tor lLa cabinet, Dud bJs Irlends bo is cerialti to ba lakea lnr Lui If the other labor i represeniaUve geU public vortc portfullo.'lt appears as It .Mr. Bljjjgs would liave Lo be UVeo In without portfolio. Didn't Aitc TORONTO, Nov. tha Reform Club Sulurdav, saya a dis- patch, (rom M on i real (o Ihe Globe, Poter McArttur assured two .members itut ct Ihe 4o farmer cifinberj skcicd In ibe Ontario provincial eteclloo on OcL 30, DO: one approached Premier to rdab cabinet position, a fact almost unique ID political his- tory. Ha bid ibis from 4he premier himself. i v 0 -j CURLING it at Rink The room of tha Court in he loca> court house this morn In 5 pre- sented fn 'mposlDg acd teens vhen Ills Honor, Judfe Jackson, AIII] he barristers of the city met to com aetuorato Armistice Day wllh the two mlDutes' flleuco, according to royal command. .Nor. Toin- care of France and Madame Polncare. armed hare yeslerday Tor four visit Trim Klog George and Queen Marj. The president met at Victoria Station by tba King and Queen and the Earl Dernoro- slde (Field Marshal Sir Douglu Uaron Deatty of tha N'orth Sea and Brooksby, cnmniaodcr o( tha Grand Fleei, aod acsrly irhoU cabloet. A stale hanquet to M. and Mine. Polncare was given la the ballroom of DucViingham Palace. There was a great display of gold plate and flow- ers. King George, In proposing a toast [o M. Polacarc, expressed profound ap- preciation ot tbo glorious feats of tba French troops'and refemfd to the alliance between France and Great. Britain. bavins been made imman- ent by their joint sacrifices and Tio- M. Polocare replied In French In a speech, in vhlch bo revie-wed'the united effort of France and Grea: Britain to avert the irar. The presi- dent eiDressed a terfent hope that Great Britain nercr would be callei upon to fulfill toe Eolemn promise ol military assistance agunat a fresh attack and also hoped a oenaanent league among nations would be speed- ily formed in order to prevent a re- tarn of rfolence. Unique Ceremony at Court Mouse to Mark Occasion of Much Rejoicing In their with judge on. bench, wid sheriff Young iu endance, the space of lulaulei as the hands of the clock went to eleven was soltiiunly observed la a sLteuca only broken by tuo IkKiug o( tho imepiece. The members of the bar rreient. In addition (o judge and sheriff, together with the officials of tha court, were as follows: Dr. C- K. P. Cocybeare K. C.. L. M. Johnsicne K.C., H. Church, W. S. Dall. S. J. Shepherd, E. U. MaoKenEle, W. V. Poapst, J. N. Ritchie. II. W. Mcniie. W. S. Gray, D. H. Elton. C. E. Cameron, J. H. Talmer, C, P. Jamieson, H. G- Ilolyouk, H. Qsl- lund, G. A. Virtue, ft. A. Smith. S. S. Dunham, Ceo. A. Rice, Juo. Yaselen- aV. J. A. Lmngstone; Clerk ot the Court n. P. Wallace. Court Stenogra- pher Jas. J, S. KlrXham, C. B. Snow- F. il. Hose and A. Goodman, students; B. C. Needs, H. Woods and Jas. Peirt, dorks. Throughout City Throughout the cltv the observance of ArmlEtke Day vas followeJ. At the Mounted Police barrachs the men wherever (hex were engaged stood to attention In solemn silence. The same procadure vras qbserved among the provincial acd city police. In the city hall la the stores and busi- ness houses genera] I j- tha same cere- mony took place, in the Herald office all machines >-cre silenced and all work ID the newspaper and job de- partments suspended for two minutes. Along local division of the C. P.U. all trains were slopped for two minutes, and in the round honsc, yards and offices, all wort ceased for LTTO minutes. The .Mounted Police are haying a half-holiday to signalize Armistice Day. We're awa, llool man? of those Grand and glorious pccaBicm that conio ODCO lu llic yenr, tbe (irjt I ol Iho stason. The ice coiuuih- bud been hard :al wort. qnJ M'O they refe slropine- At ioast two sheets ready for tonight, iind the tilitry wjll by WednertJay SG yrub yuur broom yud 'J lake the trail (bat ieuds to ihc U IB so tarJy for ui to be curllus :bat ordinary" petitions uti- but Sorue kind of an lujs competition will be on (be boariU CREEKS CLEARING TURK BANDITS OUT SALON1KI, Nov. ments of Graekt are clearing nu- mtroua villages of bandj of .who under command of Edir Dry. ifcrmer director ef police at Odem- Ish, (he Greek population, Turki are terrorizing the Greek resldcnti In the rtglons of Aria Kl, limldt and Matika, In Asia Minor. World's shlpyanJe, cicept Qermany, have on ways mcrchan'. vessels, S.OIS.OCO tons, and U. S leads with toar UrlUla has and Jayan MBBON TEA (or Thursday and tVltlay, ir U Is only) tbo wets ajalust the drys. Noiv comers iind-btshir.crs are j peclally asked to Cooie nnd uc qualnled. Tbc commute? will eco they are afier ana (riven projifcr insirucllou so a.s to Icaru iho j grand The fee for Ihe season is and! the secretary-treasurer Is Chas. E.: Carberrjr, at W. J, Nelson S Co. Us gotng lo bu u big season FO pel' Into tbo game ;U once. Tho.Hig Uou-. gplel will roll around In January. It's all in the taste! Thesecretofthegreatdemand for Blue Ribbon Tea is because it is in harmony with your idea of what a high class tea should be. We know you'll like it. It's all in the taste. BIG THEFT OF SILK SCRANTON, Pa., Nor. Sllte valued at I1QD.5Q5, shipped from Xew Tort lo silk mills in Scrautoo, barre and neighboring'towns Tras stol- en In transit, the pollco reported to- day. Thg silk was thrown from a Lactaifanna. Ilallroaa express-car, as the train- vas climbing .the mountain grade from Slrondslurg lo Mount miles [mm hers, Bul mm OP Omsk District is Being Evacuated AH Civilians OMSK, Nov. advance lie Bolshevik has heea hold up along :bs Isilm rlrer at PetropaTlo Bolh sides are seemingly re-fonninj for a new series ot battles, which probably will occur In Ihe near fu ture, this aide of I shim Evacuation of Omsk by civilian hospitals, government ol [Ices and civilians continues In per feet, order. There la a contlnuou Btreatn of carts and.trucks loaded wit; all kinds of articles the way lo th sUflon, but there ia.'-no undue basic and no panic. weaUier. canstderable snowfall, malies sev the plight of tha civilian refugees and Ibo sick and wounded, who inoaHy arc obliged to resort tp uahealnl atad partly healed hox ran. Conference it Dorpxt s of Ihe Baltic iUtes aummoneii lo meet here held conferences yester- day and affain today.'Thi Ural gener- al meeting wilh represenUllvts of Finland. Ukraine and Poland In at- tendance, wta held till iltcmoon. White wu represented. So far there has been only an ei- chanje ol views on the question ot an irmlatlce iha Rolsherlkl and iho formAUon of bordei1 ittU lengu Mr, J, McEiren of Dandas, I Oat, Vot fifteen I nffettd with Piles I tod conjd get no perniftneal vnlll I tried ZarrvBak. Fcrtererjncc with thli kerbil balm resulted In complete cure, inil 1 hire not been troubled with the pwlofnl ail- ment Mr. Hnry el Poult- rncmd, N.S., iuBererl teribly witk PilcJ could find notliinj to (irt me itlttf until I tried Zara-Buk. Tbiicurrd mi. I con- sider tbc tfMM ciotmtul oa tto Tie iborcVe of (be manr leittn receir- ing horn men and women v Ko KITC ended iheir auBering by ciine Zam- Buk. Why do 7 -Bnk bett far o'aWfliac, ulccn, tcrti, cuu, and ill ikia injurin and SOc. bei. ill (JrUfpsU ifld ttorts, or free from BuV Toronto. Send (fiU id- nrlitemtnt vdlh nimc ofpiprr ind eofi iiimp Irte mil bei. AM-BUK OTTAWA, Nor. (ha juprcmo court loclay the following Judgracnla wore rendered: Mlicrta: .flolmslead Art company 78 Oold Medal Furniture company. Appcn] allowed with hero and III ippcllali; court and Judgment ot the trial Judge roslorcd. Tlllrly rtaya from rlale o[ Ihls Judgment alleged (or cltclion tlicrcby granted. Idding.; tfin, J., dissenting; ivouH dismiss Ilia appeal. McHrally vs Appeal Is allowed ana appellant declared lo bo enlllled to one-half or Iho cllstrlbul- aule surplus or her husbanu'a ualalc. Case referred back to tbo court of Alberta to Rive clfccl to tills Judgment. Coat throughout lo be pafd out or the estate, JUachman'a Trust company Ta _Mc- cod. Appeal dlimliaed irlth' coals. Totter vs .Mllner. nllowcd will; costs and action rfumliscd. Dntf and'Hroiieur, JJ., dissenting. Calgarjr and Kdmonton Hallway company rs SasValchcwan com- nany. Appc-al Allowed with coals bcro and In the court of appeal nnd Judg- ment of the trial restored, Jdd- Ington and Duff, J.J., dlBscntlni. 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