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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN Tin; DAILY .SATUilDAY, NOVEMBER 22, Crerar Condemned and Praised for Tariff Views Ottawa Citizen Dtilares He Is Doing Yeoman Sth'ice Uy jSiming Searchlight of I'ub- .litily nn Old Party Melh- Gazelle Says Tariff Wall Has Establish- ed Farmers' Itei Home. Markets. OTTAWA. Nov. Morning Cillieil editorially under tlie caption, fund says: Sir. :T. A. Crerir is doing yeoman Eorrico to the movement for honest polllu-s by turning ihe searchlight of publicity on the o'S party fund busl- ness. .Tho old parties In tha house of commons confyire to maintain silence regard to tho sources of their iiolillcal campaign (uuds. They ara I both' subsiaiial rrom tho sams cor- They know It hut Ontario's Bye Elections. Dec. 22 TORONTO, Nov. tions for the Ontario provincial tye-jltctlsnj, mads necewary by Ihe law membera of Drury cablneL will bfi held on Rec. 10 and ilecllons one week liter. Thli waa offtcTally announced at ths executive bulldlnga this morn- Ing. SOLDIERS IN IRELAND BADLY BEATEN BY CROWD LONDONDERRY. Nov. 11. Sol- diers returning to their barracks here wero attacked and by a crowd. The police made L the never it outside of the 1" effort to assist them, but proved tties never ut-i i fruitless and tha troops were that tha tarlll 13 belled lo (lie rttuge In tho Salvation for corruption in tha po- fronl which they sent a lltiSSlUo c-i ihe Dominion. By the telephone message for help. S parliament gives, protectionist O" company or soldiers camo lale-rasls in Canida the power to the rescue of the besieged men, Ihe .harze high, prices to the public. The tmal! group ol Interlocking Interests take almost tho whole of the benellt of tarllf protectionism to iheraselveB ore willing to pay for this privilege. Both sides In parliament to have been In their pay to a certain extent." A High Proltctlonlst Vitw MONTREAL. Nov. the captloa, "Mr. Cremr's the Montreal Garclis this morning editor- ially "Hou. T. A. Crerar, who leit the government because of disagreement M-lth tarilt policy, now appears R3 tho leader of the farmers' movement ii the [ederal arena, a movement u-hich, if tie hopes 'of those partici- jating In it realizeil, do lor (hem in federal politics what tto pro- vlnclel movement has done lor farmers ot Mr. Crerar fiecltneil the leadership ol the Ontario farmers, Tvhlch meant tile refusal of lije Ontario premiership, 11 Tvaa ftet- eJ thai ha did so because of Bother tiffibltions.' Ho has iaten IhB Eelci ID western Canada upon tha platform of the Canadian Council of zullurc. Commencing that plat- .uitj to a farmers' meelmg f.1 nrsn- that 'tho policy of Iirolectlbn 13 r. great curaQ 2 i-rairhack to Canada; It has drlvon "This Is tho' Issno upon- which the election '-sill have to bo tc-ugat, at least in the western pro- vince's, and It Is Torth -while noting thilHho i-ecent Liberal convention, iVhllB' taking a guarded position in re- tho general, did so on record as favorable lo tho removal of lire duties on irheal ani wheat pro- iuci's and other ncoeisltles and of re- n-jcUphs -upon conmodHles. Tie whldi Mr. Crersr now as aVcnrse and a drantiacfc Is (lie po'- ICT for which the Canadian popple da'darcd by an overwhelming major- .Ity and'which has ojatlnuKl since that time as the solid foundation of-Canadian growth nnd proiptrity. It has made possible the establish- ii'.ent ot great induilrles.ln It .has brought great Industries from the United States into Canada and lias created a home raartet which lias and vrlll contlnne to be tie best for tho, products ol lyrical- that market the rapid sit- 'tlement of the. Canadian vert woald riot have.'-been possible.. Wthont Issues'. not have the population nor "the wealth con- in munitions-and food- Stuffs which -lo, the -credit" of Canada as arwar.'flchlevemenl." relief force advancing bay- onets and dispersing the crowds.-who shouted: "Up TYllh Dublin! Up wiih Ihe Scottish Lcagua 1; 1. tVHk-. 0: Parli-t Thistle. 0. Clydebank. Ayro United. 3. Dumlee. 3; Alblo'n K, 2. Hiberaia.ns. 1; t'lydo. 0. Kilmaruock, Z; Hearts. 1. MiTlon, 1; Hamilton Allilotlf, 0, Molnermll. 3; rilklrk. 0. Queens rarV. 0; lungers. 0. Rorws, S; St. Mirren. 2; Thin! Lanark. 3. TRADE COMMISSIONER FOIt CANAOA AT PARIS Old Country Football Scores N'ov. iu Eng- lish football iimca today weto: First Division Arsenal 3; 1. Bradford City, o; UlacklrarD. L Burnley. 2; Bradford, S. Everton, 3; Bolton1, 3. Manchester City, 3: Derby City, 1. iliddlesuorough. 0; Chelsea, 0. Old Hani Athletic, 0; Manchester UnitcJ, 3. Preston Xerlii EaJ. 2; LiTorvool, 1. United, 1; Aston Vllll, 3. Sundcrlaud, 2; Xeu-muUo 0. West Droma AtMelic, 0; Sheffield 3. Second Division Barllesly, I: Wolh.ampton M'., 1. Birmingham, 2; Iltxhcrham C., 3. Surrey, 3; CLaptou Orient, 0. Coventry Cily. 3; 0. Fulham, 1; West Htm UuiloJ, Iluddersficld Tonn. 1; Hristol Cilj1. 0. Hull Cily, -I; Slockport City. I. Leicester IMsse, 0; Smith ShMJs. 0. Lincoln Cily. 0; Leeds Clly, 0. Nottingham, 1; Tottenham Hotspur, 1. StoSe, 3; Grimshy Town, 0, Southern League Bristol It., 2; Plymouth A.. 0 Cardiff Cily. 0; PorlilEOUlh. 1 Eieler Cily, 0; Northampton, 4. Luton Town, 1; Norwich Cily, 1. cioaa rme valued at JTMJ trom uiooai- Millwall Athletic, (l; Walertonl. J.jneld Brothers, Uonlreal. Southampton, 0; Brentford, 1. Swindon 2; Brighton end H A.. 1. Swansea, 0; Crystal Palace, 1. AMERICAN FOOTBALL FINAL SCORES Harvard. 10; Vale, 3. MONTREAL, Nov. H. has freea appointed Canadian trads commissioner at Paris. Iciforni- tillon lo that effect Tras received In Montreal yesterday. This poiillon is created by the minister of Irad9 and commerce, for the purpose c! encourag- ing better trado relations betw France and Canada. l.ieul.-l'ol. Unrre Is a ki'lsht of (ho legion of Honor, has alEO the l service the Queen's Jubilee medal. 1SJ7. the Mons Star, the allies' mefial end the general service Tdb Hew to Per- fect Health tnd Kj It by Bathkf Aro you awtre Uiat'ccarli" one mil- Uoa bright, intelligent .wople through- out Cuuada tnd the Unllcd Slates alone batlie Internally of i their eyatcms with druffs? Why! muje it keeps ilietn In. bolter lioaUli la otfuraJ is tbo ooJy sure: means of kwplag the In tost lues clran std rrco from accumulated waste tual-! ter. which is suro to sto-vlr yolion syrtcoi and become food jor ihe millions ol bacteria which Uio aj-rtoa, thereby causing rhcumatUoi. Impure blood, indigestion, headhcJieB, and a other allmcntd xvtlch are direcilv the result of cocatlpa- llOIL ytar. STOLE DIAMONDS 65lh Me will assume his 1 tima we would strongly atlriso you now duties nbout the bejfinnlnE of next get a Cascade.' is tlio only appliance eier derlEoJ" for efflcifttlly cleansiag tlio colon and lower Intcattne-, It ig the invenllon o( Dr. Chas. A. Tymjll ot Now Yorjr. wbo la n. epeclallat. on In'.crral Ing. Tba. J.D.L. Cascada Is shown ami esplalDPd at the ncd Cross Dnig Book Co., There you can ceive an interesting book called Man of Today Is Only 50% EIIIcJcnL" II will tell you facts about yuurtelE tiiat you probably never realized be- fore, or write Tyrreira Hygienic In- BLlLute, 163 College Street, Toronlo. As a Xmas. Gift! Between Friends, a Photograph The gift that will please your friends most. The Allison Studio BALMORAL BLOCK PHONE ISM BUV VICTORY BONDS NOT. prlTale dcteellve asencr has secured a war- rant [or the arrest or G. S. Ralden, ,-ilins Suraus] Rapoton. on a choree of stealing a loose dlaiuond and a die- ring valued at frora RaWen Is at present under arrrtt in Toronto charged with ralslog a 515 rhoqua certified by Molsons Bant 'to H500. A new Act II, according lo'prese.nt-lntelition, to lie Iniirbduced' 'nftit leSBlpn 61 ParUa- jnent, 'not based 'on proTlnclal lists u heretorore. "I un TW old I factored for rhenmldim rrer 1 cunft wit of tho army, over 50 years 'ito. LIXe mans'otierB, 1 iprnt money for' lo-called 'ourma' and I haTO ntA 'Urlo AclA' null! I could almost it loouW not nittLa or walk without piln; hands wen BO Bora and stiff 1 could not hold a pen. nut. now I am In active buslnera and can walk I Tilth case or write all day Tilh com- ,'fort. Friends are snrprtEed al Uia chanpe." You mfghl Just M TTtH at- lempt to put out a lire .TrHh oil aa try to rid or your rheumatism, and Ilka complaints by Uk- Ing treatment scppoaed .to'drire Uric Add oqt at your blood body. Ii -took Mr. Ashelnnn. fifty ytmra to find oat ibe (ruti. Ho learned how if) cat rid of tho Irno caase of his other dlBordcrl and recover hh "Trie Inner .'bow beJDg distributed free br MI ao fhoril? JPto -over twenty ;-fttn to' the scientific stndy of 'trnble.. If any reader p? Tho Herald Inner My'sierleg of Rheu- OTerlooked by doctors and jclelitlf tx ceainriej -past, simply tXff ft postcard'or letter-to H. P, Cteinrater. J2J-D Street, Send nor, lest you forget I If 'not a yourself, cut out this tiolfce and nand nev.-a and '.o gome ifi'llcted friend. 'All who nend will receive it by rclurn without any charge Winter is Coming Your Boy Needs Warm Stockings You can get them at a.reas- onable price. Stockings closely knit for cold Brown Stockings. When wool is so expensive Buster Brown Stockings are especially reasonable. They'll make a big if-your family And they provide ample warmth for winter weather. Buster Brown Stockings are time-savers as well, for they save lots of mending. They're knit-. ted with three-ply--heels'-'arid- toes, and two-ply legs and feet. With elastic-ribbed legs and narrowed feet and ankles. Fast dyes keep them from fading. Ask for Buster Brown durable lower-priced win- ter stockings. BUSTER BROWN'S SIS- TER'S STOCKINGS are just the thing for the girls. Fine two-thread English mercerized lisle, in Black, Leather Shade Tan, Pink, Blue and White. Neat fitting, splendid wearing, and moderately priced. ,fkt Ckifman Hcllon Knitting Co., Limited Hamilton, Ontario estaon Worth Considering Manicure and Toilet Sets and .Odd Pieces of ihe Latest Design are Now on Display. FREE OF CHARGE. Following cotert: blue, sold, silver, pink anil black. IHggcit arjl Mn'est Jewelry Store. RLOCK 19U Walk over for Women Slater for Men Hurlbuts' for Boys and Girls Represent the latest and most popular styles in' footwear. They are most comfortable, stylish and haye lasts that arc practical for walking. These lines are our us make .them yours loo. ?W Shoeman Third Avenue Beside Merchants' Bank ;