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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGF TEN THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY flEttAID THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1920 Joseph Mulvihil! .Exposes Illicit 'Trade in New England- Threats from Gunman BRlDOEPOflT, Coan., NOT. ;j. Charging that one man has made be- leader ot the New England boo fiVS- Mulvihill, who was au important fis-! ure at the Dempsey-WIllard fight lur Toledo, was prompted to snake his rerelations touight as a result ofj threats made on his life at the lirlijge- pr.rt railroad station on Monday and his arrest today ou a body writ swora out against him by Levy. Refused for Rooster MINERS CALL FOR A GENERAL STRIKE MADRID, -Nov. Nailcsai Federation of Miners has passed a resolution calling on every miner in the country to Join in a general strike on May nest and remain idle, unless the aiae owners grant them fixed minimum wages, according to work- tweea and 5700 COO on the I [ris conditions in each mining district. Bale ot illicit liquor in New England The men are also rennested to-claim Bince prohibitlou, Joseph Mulvihill, Oght promoter, jporting man and un- successful candidate for Ihe cratie nomination for United States coogressinan on a. wet platform, to- nigh made a clean breast of his re- cent connection with what ho terms gigantic bootlegsiiis ring. Mulvihill is the man who made the first bid of 1300.000 for the rarpentier.tille uattle. Muhlhlll charges that Jacob Levy, proprietor of the Comira- Inn, West- port, brother-in-law of -'Bald Jack" Rose, reformed gambler, who turned -etaie'6 evidence against Charles A.' Becker, Dago Frank, Lefty Louie, Gyp the Blood and rWtitey -Lewis, Is Ihe participation in the profits from each ton of coal mined, this money to Le utilized-for educational purposes. MAIL ON STEAMER DESTROYED BY FIRE SAN JCA.V, Porto Nor. The United States steamer Philadel- phia Vhtch' sailed from' New York, November It. for Curacao. Lasurai, anil .'other ports, arrived acre today wllh tjrCUally all her. first-class mail destroyed and alt other mail and her cargo and baggage cither badly damag- ed or destroyed by fire. The. blaze is .believed to have started in the maU -rpo'ra amidships early Saturday morning. The fire, was finally quenched by the pumping o! six feet ot water in the holds vessel. The passeng- life .belts for six hours Saturday.: TARIFF COMMISSION EVIDENCE IS .HEAVY ".OTTAWA, Nov. Press) Stenographic evidence- before the Tariff Commis- sion 'already totals type- wrltttfo, pages or roughly' about and a large part' of Industrial'Ontario has still to. be.covered, Further hearings of the commission probably will oc- cupy a fortnight or so. The com- mission leaves for Hamilton to- night A National Institution Founded on Quality. Fit-Reform is a tailoring organization, national in and clientele. For more than a quarter of a century, the Fit- Reform iailors have offered the men of Canada the best is in correct styles, fine workmaruliip and toustwoilhy hbries. Trie demand for Tit-Reform Clothes has spread across tiie cofflinent unlil today, Fit-Reform Suiu and Overcoats are the choice of the discriminating dresser from Halifax to Vancouver, Have you seen ihe new styles created by Canada', foremost tailoring organization Fit-Reform McKelvie McGuire r Picture shows a partridge rooster, owned Eunbrler Farms Qrosse Point, Michigan. T. Schocn, ono' of (ho directors of the farm refused ?5000 tor this bird and is said to have been offered upwards of In Ihe-Umted. States but turned It down. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES AT NOBLEFORD (From Qur.Oivn Correspondent) NOBLE TO 5iD. Xov. Muncaster is home after his two weeks' vacation. His daughter, Mrs. Craddock has returned to England. Mr.'arid'Mrs. Murray and'family have moved to their new home, just north of-Mr. No Die's. Mr. and 'Mrs. Cransloun, and Eric, espect to sail for England on-Novem- ber. 25th, from New York. Mrs.' Cranstoun .was entertained by Mrfi.-Talsebury on' Thursday after- noon, whero all the ladles in town Tnet for afternoon tea. Later Mrs. Cransloun was presented by. the lad- les of Nobleford beautiful club Mr. and Mrs. .Medd'speat-a iappy evinirig with., their friends at the of Mr. P. Hunt-on Friday even- ing.: As they are leaving for B. C. verys soon the, town and-siti-rpunding community t-resenteii thenb'with a handsome set of pear! handled knives and fflrka.. Mrs. Medd and'her two sons lett-the followlns Jtr. Medd: will gb.iri December..'We all hope the'change will'help Mr. Medd's health. ,'r. v. v .Mr. new book-keeper for the Noble Foundation-id" expected to arrive on Thursday ,-jflth his family. Mr. and Mrs. Liicla and.family-hava moved into the Medd Mrs. Dalgleish is home after spend- ing a few days with her daughter Etta, in Calgary. On Thursday -the annual 'meeting of the Women's Institute will be'held injhe hotel parlor. This'Is an Im- portant meeting as the .'election of officers for the .ensuing year takes place. At the Ladles1 Aid held at Mrs. Noble's last week It was-decided t" fill the Xmss box tor the sbldlero' or- phans in Calgary with donations. The most acceptable being caps, mittens socks, hair ribbons. Any lad- les would be glad of heip along this line, from anyone who feels Interest- ed. ARMORED CAR, WAR SCARRED, IS BACK IN CANADA AGAIN MONTREAL Nor. armored car, one. of the original elgbt which went overseas from Canada in 1015, Is back In Montreal, having been for- warded to the headquarters of the Canada motor machine gun battery by the war trophies commission. Its haltered condition and numerous scars, toll a tale of strenuous service, and.as an Intlmale souvenir will bo a forceful reminder of the role the ma- chine gun brigade played'ln the war. The car Is still in serviceable condi- tlon-and wilhoe utilized for training recruits for the unit which Is In pro- cess .-of re-organization as a part of Ihe non-permanent militia. Hill" as the armored car 535 nlcknarnnl, figured In tome stirring experiences. In December, '1915, U lowed a field piece of tho Second Mont- real battery jip HID Mcsslnes Jiofld, The gun having accomplished Its pur- pose of blowing In a German harrier (it short range, !he c.ir which slood by wllli ita crew of eiglit, brought It safe- ;y 10 the roar again. THIRTY PER CENT. CUT IN UNDERWEAR 22 CALIBRE RIFLES FOK BOY SCOUTS BAKING THAT DID THE REDUCE WORKING SCHEDULE WALLIXGKORD, Nov. The i International Sliver company hks announced that Its tBree factories In this town will reduce their working schedule from 50 to 40 hours a week beginning Beit Monday. About 700 employees are affected. MEN WANT HtfURSjCUT cut ralher than that the awn be RATHER THAN LOSE JOBS off. STRATKORD; NOV. Orders from Montr.caJ to'reduca the staff of the Graud: trunk railway shops by 20 per "cent, on rieceraber 1 wero received'yesterday. The men are urging that fworking hours be tIROWNED WHILE SKATING CHJI'USAU, OnU, Nov. Gagnoa, aged 12, was drowned'while skating on the Chapleau river with some companions alter school yester- day, 'afternoon. Nov. Boy Scont from Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quehec at their meeting decided that here- after rifles will to the scouls Instead ot the'cu'stum- ary military, rifles which are ed too heavy and too powerful Jor the boys.'. Badges for .athletic' pro- ficiency awarded th'evftcouts being divided .into five 'classes Ac- cording to age-and weight. f-J In order to instill a stronger British sentiment .the' scout units, most of the requirements stated In the Bay Scout tests are be- ing re-worded. Any suggestion .of militarism will act be tolefated.in the corps, It pointed Sam Drown belts, and equipments, ;while not actually .pro-, hiblted, were.'declared1 Cycling breeches havjj been added' to i the equipment owfag to' from several units that Ihe are not suitable for cold, weather. The option In this regard will be left to each unit. NEAEYpZY No rest day or night for those who ore afflicted with -that', terrible skin disease, eczema, U often call- ed, salt rheum. With its hnrnlng, Itch- ing and torturing, relief is gladly wel-j corned. There Is no remedy like feurdock' Blood Bitters for giving.relief to such sufferers; no remedy thai has done, or can do more for those who are, almost driven Id distraction .with the terrible torture. Apply it externally.arid it takes out the stinging, Itching and burning, and promotes a healthy healing. Take it Inlernally and Ml, gets at, the source ot the disease In the blood for eczema Is a blood drives ft out of th-! Miss L. JI. Boullller, 89 Victoria 1 Head, Halifax, N. S., have suffered for years. from eczema. 1 could not rest day or nlgh't. I suffer- ed great agony, and was'nearly crazy with the Itching and burning. .1 used; all kinds of salves, hut nblhlng seem-' eel to help me. l.saw Burdock Blooil .Bittern advertised and was advised (o I try a bottle. I found great relief, and I, really cannot recommend it highly enough for what it has dons for me." Blood Bitters has been on, the market for over forty during that time has been manufac lured only by The T. Milburn Llmllod, Toronto, TflURO, N. S., Nov. 2S.-A firm martufaciurMfj here has notified.its travellers from coast to coast thai It would accept orders for underwear at 30 per cent reduction or) listed prices. McQILL CAMPAIGN f AWAY OVER "THE TOP" MONTREAL, Nov. Mc- fJill University centennial endow- ment fund reached a grand total of thus exceeding its objective by over a million and a quarter doll.ire, It was announced tonight In the final statement of the amount of the subscriptions at the banquet vrhUri closed the campaign) r. o.i mnor ULUO! Any Man or Woman Who Keepi Span's Handy Will YOU That Same Thing ESPECIALLY thoso frequently at- tacked rheumatic twinges. A counter irritant, Sloan's Ltni- monl scatters Ihe congestion and pene- trates without nibbing to the afflicted pan, soon relieving tho ache and pain. hnndy and used ovorywhero tor reducing ntid finally elimluatlng tho pains and aches of lumbago, neu- ralgia, mnsclo slraln, Joint stiffness, sprains, bruises, and ths results from exposure. just know from its stimulating, healthy odor that it will do you good! Sloan's Liniment Is sold by all drag- Sloans Suit and Overcoat Opportunity of the Season! See what you can get for Some are better than others, and the better.ones are in a big majority. Coats such as dark'grey and black Meitons with velvet collars and satin lined. Blanket jveave cloths, double tex- ture, with the inside checked. Just quarter lined. A heavy, soft, all wool material. But they're all fine, warm, all wool coats, well made and smartly styled we're proud to have our la- bel in. So don't worry any further about your winter coat, hut come in Satur- day early. Sizes 34 to 44. Values to Special, Wonderful Choice Men's Suits Every garment guaranteed as to fit- and quality; none better that the mar- ket can produce for a long time at such low price-S36.50.; Plain' worsS and tweeds, fancy cheeks and pin stripes in conservative or youno men's models, 2 or 3 button styles, medium width pants 6 button vests, pants with or without cuffs; sizes 34 to 44, stout men's suits, plenty of choice. Sugular value to 'Choicc REMEMBER-WE LIVE UP TO STATEMENT. 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