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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESOVY. NOVEMBER 18, 1919 LiiTimiuniiK UAIIA IIKHALD. PAGE II Bosses of Legion Surround Reds in The Woods posse, but dpi. Lloyd Dysarl, direct- ing Ihe search from here, said be had no confirmallon or a clash between Ibe searchers and the Acllvltles against radical orrazilu- tlooa continued In many pwts ol northvett. Eight arrested In a roundup at Spokane Saturday and conticlcd yesterday ol criminal syn- Increased Lho total number 'convicted recently In that clly to 6S.: Slity-ali alleied members of Ibe .W.W. were arreited In Tacoum lor ilolatlon ot the sUte law tnd pleaded not guilty, demanding Jury triali. Near Puyallup, authorities discovered what tbty bcllered to be evidence ol efforts ol the l.W.W. to ci- eivl their organization among Japan- ese Umber -workers. CKNTIIAL1A, Wash., Nov. rcln.orcej posM composed of scores of experienced woodsmen aci mem- bers of the American-boston resum- I'd today a search through a denso Purest 20 inllei northeast of bere for illaged members of the l.W.W. wanted in connection wllh the shooting ol (or aier co'.dltra during an armistice day parade. At loaal tbreo ol the fugitives were relieved to'be surrounded by the (Continued Irora yronl COMPLETELY CRIPPLED TerriUi ft Mr. J. It la seldom that anyone who VM been' Cflhticuilly lo every li'fatbcr condition does not contract loiuo form of Kidney or Jlhcuinat'u trouble. In laiBV coljj milling in tin illueySj to weakens those im- portant orgnu that they are uuablB lo fllte? llio iviitlo and 'poison out of Ibo blood. "The latter il carried tbroujk- net the Body, causing.uric add lo at- tumuhtt iu Ilia joints, with eonieqneot rhrnmnllsnijStilljomH, swollen lumbago, ieiaUca, neuralgia, Lion, torturing piins iu back oad side head.' Thcso ills.can all be mads right. Gin Tilli givn quick, certain oiij iflrt relief. -Re.id what Mr. J. llnrrup writes to "1 live bcon crippled up so completely t.bnU.could not lUnd. Tvns ont'o' Ibe question. A IILTT doses ot Gin Tills put riglit. I'cannot jiniso Gin Tills too much, ana every bon> liould Lave a box." Qln PillS'can help TOD. If you rof- ler from Backacle, or hire that drfid- ful ferlinj of laJlitudc, with noitinf sptttl bSftii lyes, urine, ilone In tba bladder and fem- cral dcbilllv, git Gin Pills at oace. At all druggist! or dealers, 50e. Keaey refunded art sot Ttueved. A, large eiongi to ill valuii, fm ok wqueit. The Natloul Drug Chmical at Gauds, United, Toronto. United Blatef IM-, EOI Xaia St, BpSata, N.T. tjl jy slood him In good Elead. His work was done ID i, very paluslalliig man ner. The north side ot the clly was can- vassed under'ILe direction ol J. W. ol Bawden Brothers, Ltlh- oricise. .Mr. Bawden undertook Ills dllllcult task with lue painstaking thorouRhness which characterizes Hurry! -A Few Cents Stops Falling and- Doubles Itt Bcauly. little "Danderine" cools, cleanses and makes the feverish, Itchy acalp icfL and 'pliable; tljen thla stimulating tnnlti penetrates to the famished hair roots, revitalizing and itiTlgoratlnf CVCTJ the head, thus stopping Lhc hald falllnc out, thin, everything ho docs His long acquaint- ance and excellent standing as a busi- ne-si man of the'city assisted him In making-a success ot hla of the campaign. Thero Is no more public spirited citizen In the city or Lelhbrlclgc loan J. Daw- den, and In assisting tho Victory loan exienl aud with tho success which he did, he was only carrying out his high Ideals ot what U eipecc- ed ot a good citizen. II. Craw-fore, ot Ihe Chinook Coal Company, had charge o? thai portion o[ lie south side ol the cily which llei norlh of 4th Ave. Iluehlc, ho Is popularly and familiarly known hy his many friends, got away lo an early Btarl and never permitted the energy ot himself or his canvaG- uers lo relax Jor moment during the campaign. There wus a keen hu( friendly rivalry between himself and supervisor Bdgell who had the aide ot Ihe city proper, end these Iwo well-known live wires were walch Ing one another Tety keenly during Ihe whole canvass. The clllzeni ol Lelhbrldge do nol pwd lo ha that Mr. Crawford U ready lo aaallt evt'rr worthy mcrrement both flnacclally and by the application or his well known energy anil Bill ty. The youngest supervisor In the point or ycarE and one ot tho ruoa energetic and eklltul of the lot la Mr O. B. Edgelt, o! the Edjrtt Agencies and con-iular aienl lor the United SUtea at Lelhbrldce. Mr. Edgel threw hlmielf with a whole heart Into tho work of the Vlclory loaa and de- Toted ud day to ever; posalbla autncriptlon. Buch effort wu bound lo produce enthus 'moBX-hls jcanraMen and th coeamlltee Is i the' unanimous' opinion fcell; 'than Mr. Edgett could not be'teturtd In Ihe whole city of Leli- bridge. The socreU'ry, Mr. McSwaln, unior- look Ihe work which he accomplished eo Ihoroughly and well at a consider- able personal sacrifice and ha Is en- lltled lo the thanks of the community for what ho has done In connection with the campaign., Mr. McSwaiu brines lo work or this kind a very or. rterly mind, and It was highly gratlly- Ine-to all associated with him to find .hat from him they could obtain at any minute whatever Information .hoy required in connection Wllh the ot the campaign. Mr. Mc- Swaln helnz an extert accountant, li naturally very acjepl at the tabulation or figures and In addition to Ihls his courteous manner to persons Tlsillng headquarters in search ol Informa- tion and otherwise did a' great deal toward making many astlc who might otherwise have re- mnlnCD1 IndltfemiL The manner in which the Victory loan campaign was carried on1, Ihls year Is a slrikinf tribute to abil- ity of Ihe business man ol brldge1 who had charge of It and also lo Ihc Interest ol the peoplt of this city and district in undertakings of a puhlic nalure. Tho work naturally BUFFALO, X.Y Nov. persons, were klltod when a Now York Central Itallroad passenger train Elruck an automobile at a grade on tho eastern outskirts ot Iht clly early Ibis morning. The dead fre: William his daughter, Doris .Mummery, and Ureeze, of Buffalo; ilyrllo lloJ- gins, SI. Catharines, Out.; Jennie Mc- Millan, Tavlstock; Myrtlo Xunn, Fcn- wlck, Onl., and Jean Scott, Gait. Onl. The six women were nuraes at the homeopathic hospital. Last nlghl Ihey attended a party at a western suburb, and were returning to Buffalo when the accident occurred. Ait castbound freight train held Ihe machine at the crossing. As soon as tlio last car of WELSH MINERS MAKE v WAGES HIGH AS YR. C- LON'IKW, Nov. Mills, cliainni-A ol Ihc v v Kreat Khby Coiil and Iron has much as- v ionlshuicnt hy a ijiililii; v inetlt thai collit-ra in v Wnles could earn a year. He declared ihui ttie averAgo earnings in c.n'r ol the conipaBy's pits was iJiO1.'. Ibe freight cleared the crossing, Muni mery sent his machine ahead, unaware a passeiiger train was approach- ig on the next track. Mummery attempted to clear rosslng when he realized the dan er, hut It was loo lato. The pilot ol IB engine caught the auto between be front and rear wheels and carried down the track a quarter of a mile pill In E onl Ihc occupanla anfl crush ig them to death. (Continued From KYonl I Freight Embargo' Considered CH1CA.GO. Nov. cral of Railroads Hints a.nd several rc- jional directors will meet here late oday to consldtra naiiou-uldo freight ecibarfio as a means of conserving be country's meagre of coal. AQ eiuuargo on nil HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY Gillett's Lye has long been as house- hold necessity because of the fact that it useful in so many ways, and so satisfactory in every respect that no woman feels that she can keep house without it. Makes the finest kind of soap for washing and cleansing. One can of GUlerft Lye will make ten pounds of good soap in twenty minutes. Many of its uses are shown in booklet under the label. "GILLETT'S LYE EATS DIRT" Made irv of Ihc northwestern roads. I Pennsylvania Situation j PITTSBUIiG, Pa.. Nov. [supplies in PiUsburg are dullieieiir. iu 'keep uioEt mills and factories in optr- I, for 30 days, it was staled liy fuel men la tiny. This, coupled with tlic {operation ot largo numbers of mines In the norlhern part of West Virginia increased coal production, in the Chicago. .Milwaukee and Si. Paul road hrywceti Chicago an'l llic Pacific coasi has been Iu efitct since Satur- If Dircctor-Gcncral liinj-s Iho rcconimcildp.tlons of Ins regional an order may be issued imme- diately which would a nation- wide embargo or freight; a 10 per cent, cut on passenger train service; closing do-ivn of all nou essential In- dustries; la.OOO.OOlj wurktneo out of employment. "Tho situation is eilrfmely ?.criou5 and iimneoiato action Is vania mipht mean inconvenlnnrn but noL hardship in ILe near future, !L wa.s added. O. Green, Winnipeg, secretary of llio Dominion Postal Employes' Association, stated thai a Dominion- tt'itJa strike is possible it the Govern- ment docs not allow the Increase to said P. A, AshtoD, regional director start from April I. further opportunity Lo make up the nil amount. ID Australia fn the erect of failure on the part cl the public to support a loan, compulsory subscription Is resorted to under ieglfi- lallro authority. OTTAWA, Nov. loans are noL so Eiiccessfullr raised in lut- Australian conimonwenlih as In Can- ada. Advices have been received ht're by (Tie department of trade commerce thai the loan lor repatriation purposes, which ALLS tralia raised during tbe autumn, fell short of the required amount by An extension of 14 days tad EX-M.L.A. ACCUSED OF MISAPPROPRIATION PERTH, Nov. T. W.. Kill, who Is accused ol misap- propriation of funds to a. Urge ei- tent, reported to be In the fitlihbor- liood of a quarter of a million dollira, will come before tlio poHco ma gist rate on Tuesday for his preliminary hear- ing. Two ot those vrho had deallnga wUU him, swore out a warrant, and. to be given to a If or J subscribers a he will La examined on this. .TojUor, 01 h Ino you Beldom find a fallen hair or a partjcle of dandruff, bealdbs overy hair sKova more life, rigor, brightness, color and A few cents buys a bottle oC de- lightful "Dander Inc" At any drug or loilel entailed n BicBl sacrillce ot lime -on bul Iho LIFT OFF CORNS! Freczone is magld Corns lift off with fingers withcjut pain Hurt? No, nol ono lilt! Ju't .Irop little on llial touchr corn, II elops aclilng, then ;-nu .lift hottionome corn rlfhli off. Yen, 'Cojla only a low pfhu. Trjr Freetonel J'our ilrugsht sells a tinr bolllo, nufflcle.il ID rlil yonr (tot of h'rJ corn, or com between tlio loes, iind cplhiae', om ot soicneis or IrrlUtkm Frttioiu la the myjler- loot Mktr of a. Glsonnall prompt response from any person upon whom they called, no matter how or distracted ho might be at hat moment. If II should he thoflfhl advlsntilc hy he Dominion government to under- ake lo float more ot these loans, It may be taken tor granted that the people of Lelhbrldge will give sood nn account ot themselves u tiejr lave la IMt The publicity for the campaign was in the hands of C. who ably assisted the local press In keop- ng the campaign before tho people. PREMIER MARTIN NEVER CHARGED THE FARMERS HOSTILE TO GOVT REOINA, NOT. Martin yesterday denied Bltttmenls etlrlbtit cd lo him In connection wllh the far merit' political movement In Saskotch cwanft which appeared In a local pape on Saturday afternoon under a Wlnnl peg dale line, In the dlipatch, Mr. is qoot oil as declaring "generally Inff the organlzallon' In SasRatchevai win hojlllo to hla eOTemmenl an< yet we have more for the farm ers lhan any prevlona "I didn't aty anything ot the kind, declared Tremler Martin In denial o the Interview. "In fact, I told th young fellow who was talking to m that there was nothing for publlcallo and I certainly never said Dial Ih farmers' orfanliallon win hostile tc the Saskatchewan government" REBELLIOUS DISPERSED 1IADHID, Nov. 18. Rebslllou tribesmen ftt Lgo on the norl west African have been dl peraed, aecorrllng to Advices receive here, and Spanish troqpt la that r (Ion hire ntiottt orttr. A childhood flavor, lingering in your memory from the long ago I Re- member Adams Black Jack Gum packed with licorice flavor the youngsters. There's a lot of good for anybody in Adams Licorice! teeth, good for the diges- tion, good for the nerves particularly good for the throat. Soothes and eases it and takes away huskiness. .You'll find Adams Black Jack everywhere. Black for the In the blue -an Adams product, particularly prepared Canadian Chcwin; Cum Limited, Toronto, Winnipeg, ;