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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta HAUE.TfcN THK I.ETI1HRIDGK DAILY IIKKALU. .SATl'HDAY, NOVKMUfiR 15, 101! UGHTS and SHADOWS TI" fiy F. s. Michigan to Join his brother Hoy. J. C. Frorman, secmary-traeiurt-r oT ihe U.F.A. i-aHcJ a special meeting this wet'k. Mr. Ficeiunn had jusi re- turned from Calgary ami olhcr poiuls nonh loohliis "i> the feed and potato Thfe Manitoba C'onEerratives at lucir ccnvintion recently turned ihc picture of Sij1 Robert Harden, lo" ihc vaAlv-sub-. oT the UaDufacLurers' association. Thai Is a sisa for Sir Robert but-, hot lor (lie .Manitoba CoEtorva- BOY BURNED TO DEATH KINGSTON. Oct.. Nov. Fred- erick. the oiie-ytarold son of Alfred Sur.ton, farmer, living Drawers Mills, was so badly burned yesterday his (ire tha Hat raadc some record in Lho Victory Loan'drive aiid it nil gas. rhbcr. The trouble with tins new medicine lor the ot life is thai U may get imo Ihe of certain ROME, Nov. a numbrr HKLSINGFOHS. Nov. dele- oj Italian Socialists who have bc-eri pati1 lu itii> Dorpat i-onfi'ivnce hitfmut- expelled from Switzerland U (.lin-jc-d :L-.iay SIK-H pressure bzd formerly municipal suddenly brought upon the s-iiua.- ncillor cf Milan. Fnssiua, j lion IhiU ii wuuld impossible to iu Switzerland in September, j necinLMo :i IK-IICO with the Dolsbcviki. was sentenced 10 be- sho: for desertion by a military court iu Milan. (TALIAN SOCIALISTS EXPELLED BY SWISS NOG STATES Pressure Drought to Bear fly Hritain unrt Allies Cause of Change 'necoUMo :i wim me UOISQCVIKI. n Noporis Uert? are that llie pressure 'came Trotn Great IiritHiii snd France. An imnorianj- jtatement, explaining e changed pbilil'ja o( llie cwufer- nico. Is oxpecicd to fce made Rl 7 Friday by KsilionEau foreign mlu- wter. and Carl Ptuluta and Ur. Sehul- yap. leaders. roBpectivtlj'. of the. Let- vian and Lithuanian delegations. 'U Is uossibli> (but tomorrow will be The .last day of the conference." Ibe iaforniaoii ot ihe correspon- dent, with regard to iiie changed sll- uaiioa. Askod us to (ixe mature of j'resbure uhlcti allowed lo have been brought lo bear uiiuu COH'CT- ence. ihe deli-gate satd "Pressure can ba exercised by other nrans Ihau a blockade which would K> rather crude. There art- a hundred vavj. including and ccunoinlc tntinods." Tho delegate cmpImfiioJ ihe fact thai there troops in east Prussia, "They would be 'o n' llie JtKhi apninst ihe Bolsheviki if ibry u-ere permitted to occupy ihe Dalilc states." A great change apparent in the dcinennor or the de If sate? ifhen they troni ILIs evening's confer- ence-, wlucjx was u prolonged one. They arpcarftl to depressed and dejected. Several or (hem will re- turn to tbelr rosuccllvG capitals to- morrow to discuss tlio new situation 'nltti their goverQioeiiti. No change has been made in. (lie lilan lo receive the llolahovlVl repre- sentatives on Monday, as It is consid- ered to discuss with them, questions wholly ludeucDdeul ot tho i subject ol peace. STILL HOPES .FOR. SAILORS STAY TO VOTE MAUSKJl.LES. Nov. -ship will leave ihls port before MonJpy (he Bt-mncn having- decided to sailings, so tUcy may In llie Ainoug those Jetalni'd because of this Is Lvautry, French governor of Morocco, who la roturniag to his post. Uwl So Kar No News of Jolm Owen Has Ike n lleceived There arc over "O.OOD women em- ployed In Lho metal trades in France SAUl.T STE. Mk-h.. .Nov. As ttie liiiurs without word (lie Iitku steamer John Owen, marine intii here clmij to tho hope tlial the sic-anicr had put one ol the numerous harbors between tbe Sou and Kewena Point and out-ridden llie sToriii that for (tirec days lias laslied Uko Superior into n' sea or mount ai nous accompanied by a blinding snowstorm. Vessels on the lajto were search for the Owen by wireless, whilu they tepl a sharp for M rechatei Surf boats from the Rugle llarbol station were dlsptlched n Maultcu1 Island- this- morning in ai eiupt to lycale and Id-eDlify reported, la Ibat vlcluliy by (h( sicamer Alpine. Tho Oweu carried u crow of juiVJHI? LO delulo of ihc Morning Al- bertan, on the hospital question, Mayor Marshall may need a hosinial if he .tackles Davidson. Speaking of mayors challenging edi- tors to debate reminds us that ii speaVs well for the newspaper thus favored. Jt shows that Ii is bill home. Luke McLukc. thai purveyor of very-day philosophy, sizes uy a deli- cate proposiiion this way The trou- ble with a loi ol the iuoilerii eaich- nrarriage? that ihe brifla and groom get tired o! each other bt'Iore the honeymoon ends. And the sequel, in McLuke's coun- try at least, i? a rejoicing lawyer, an over-Korted judpe, and asaappr story for the reporters. The fellon- that "hasn't an enemy in world" never leaves his fool- prinis in the sends of lime. NAY, NAY PAULINE A writer lit must hare heen TMul- ;Ja 3. Toronto jjaper cries out in a Fad and sobbing" "Thd iloirdr of chivalry liad Tndcd and gon-z ntid pot even ihe withered petals re- main; to wafl liieir dear fragance into the feminine hear) ol led ay.'1 Yea, all is >i( Xo Notb'lng. j OUR WEEK-END POEM There are East Winds -and -West I Wiads, And the, Xorth. Winds, TVS brook; But lhat chases Winter" back Js Ihe Chinook. t 11 conies creeping, throagh .tho mountains, And streepini; o'er the plain; It melts, ihe snow, and don't you know, Yes; think it's Spring again. And the cows and horses seek the field, a "Seem happy as can And the' children comiog home from school, 7 ij They laugh and play nilb-Blee. And tbe men who lore to whittle Find tbc-ir- long-vacated cook, And j hey criticize most everything, BnE'ncTcr Ihe'Chinbot. GObD PLACE FOR A MURDERER Talk, about law and order. Listen .to thj5. Chicago Lad one murder a "dar Ifisl year.'and more murders than the total in England, Scotland and that the restraining order ori fret speech in the strike districts of the United Stales liatl no noticeable affection Ihe women. THE DEACON SAYS Thai-Reputation js wiiat men think ol you; Character what God thlnts ol ol' yoi. I'V Billy. Sunday describes n knocXcr A ttfo-lepged animal with a corfcBcrtw soul and Eewer-aoaked JicarL-- lie lias Jelly aiid glue. Canada did it. The Victory as all overwhelming success. And In reading ihc glorious history of ififa mounmcQial arhievcmcni "of .nnljnniij. financing, LeUibridge standi Llgh. BmoTig tbe cilles of the Dominion, D, .Vov. Tlio ol Ihc Woods orflcc was complclcly des- trbycfLliv fire nl a.m. Wcdnts- dar. large crowd galhercd'Jusl In time Ip'savc the elevator, BH ihe jiial- form had a good and U look some hard 'fighting in order lo kyeit .it spreading towards Ihc elevalorn. MIES; Calkins and Mtes arc In Jlfxllclnc Hat attending tlic leachera' Cojivemlon Ihls weelf. D. Charter letl Monday for a warm- er climate. The told In this district him. Ho will spent! the coasc reluming in the spring: Mra.'Jess Hlnck, ol Daslian, la visit- bag Jas. Laraen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry UranL entertain- ed at SJo'clock dinner Sunday, Those presenhwere Calkins, Misa Lutz, 'Mrs, Cotik and Mr Cooper. Mri.iWlll .McLtan and son left on tfoarfay ;to auend the winter at Los I" Mr. Md Mri. IlaminonJ, left for MIcblgid: Saturday lo make It their "The G.P.R. has laid off the cnllic but one. Mrs. j Jas. Larsen relumed Mnndty "from tier, visit lo Calgary and fJdmon- tori. lost hla valuable this vctk. had Another snowstorm SOT. SU, and' la being blessed wltli wvefelcold weaditr..- Mr, reported sick tMs ft'eek.j Mr. Parker sold his collate lo 'J Kr, Hlnck last week, Harris left Nov. Sllij for Dnret: P. E. Froslj Trasllin Dealer, PoitliaJ Obscn-as: W. R. Cutter, VicvPrestJrni J. R. LibbtyCo., DtpvtarciSiocc, PorlhnJ 1 F. A. Currier, Cumberland Fonlind A. Colt, criT'pipcr rcprtstclailvi LOUT GEAR ROM INGTON Superiority Tom Itimcftistfated by a 98.2 Mile Non-Stop Low Gear Run Ending at Top of Famous Mt. Washington ON August 17th, a Franklin stock model touring car ran all the way from Portland, Maine, to the top of Mt. Washington in New Hampshire on low gear without a stop. This remarkable feat is the latest public proof of the superi- ority of Franklin Direct Air Cooling (no water to boil or This car, just such a 'one as thous- ands of Franklin owners are driving all over the country, carried three observers besides its driver and averaged 11.1 miles per The Franklin had already ion ninety miles on low gear without a stdp before reaching the base ot Mt. Wash- itself a test never duplicated by other cars. Then, without halt, came the real test the Franklin had set out to climb to the top of Mt. Washington, an elevation of 6290 feet. Direct Air Cooling, eliminating Radiator, Water, and 176 other Delicate Parts, means less Weight, less Trouble, greater Simplicity, and better Results, as this test shows. Rain soaked, slippery roads; no chains; no stops were the added difficulties to a perform- ance generally, considered impossible even under the best conditions. But the Franklin'reached the sumiiiit overcame the final obstacle of a grade in perfect running shape and returned to Portland the same day. By official observation, thr Franklin did not show the slightest trace of wear and tear or overheating, .its engine performing with absolute regularity on all grades as well as on level going. Ability for eighteen years to dertibnstratc con-. sistently this performance is what has made the Franklin known as the most practical fine car. 20 miles to the gallon of gasoline miles set of tins 50% slower yearly depredation D. S. Williamson Co., Dealers LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Ml. Infton 6290 (tflntoat wo Irccl Stcmd fitat Easltij KocUa ill ;