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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAW TK rilK LKTIlimmfiF. 11 A C- OFFICER MURDERED IN CAIRO STREETS C-' YORK PIONEER AND HIS GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN CA1HO. Nor. UriUsh officer was murdered during a. si revi rlut here las1: night- Othor British soldiers were firvd. upoa by th? dcinuastrai- oii auJ. out) soldier Nov. t fef coal miners thi; Jtc'.iued 10 return to -wort were rouiideJ up by I'ckeJ Slates soldiers In Carneyvslfc. today and placed on ioteyurban lor temoral to the eonMi- Jail ai Sheridan. AJ1 oiher miners tlio to woiX ibii afier- Bakcr's Comment Xov. of War" ssi-l todiiy'it-was .an .'anr.y 2C. >ouid order t-jf xrnv.- in ciu' aar, been tn prOgn'5S (n Ihe city this lor 14 eft failure 10 muni tc "ivork wcefc ;n casnecilon with several Al- as reptmeJ niunicJpalUies which are'seek-[ cd. heater, itat iio could no lng Amelioration' ot ioeir fiuancbl am- i'.ciiors unill hail rvwlied PROHIBITION WORKER LIKELY TO LOSE EYE LONDON. Nov. con- dition of WlllUm E. Johnion, the Amtrlcjin prohibition worktr wtio KuNired a trvere Injury of the eye during the course of urig- filno" by medical recent- ly, Is reported to be much worse. There It little hope of saving the Injured eye. It was said today. ON HC. POTATOES Y, Urll- Columbia, shipping to the Uullel Slates when thcro U a short- age in Alberta, ihe Calory Ilurd of Trade Is concerning Ksclt lu iho le.- I'reslJwii WlDtaiu TooJc says ii ask the lO'lonil fiovcTnmcul lo [Vino an ciiiKirxit on the shipment of British ColuniliU to the lled Stales unlll ilio prairie's .needs ire met. Cou-iiy LlberJy as lo will continue iti order to com- pro- ili.ic- rial re-port E. .Yaeii. secretary of Ihe Alberta I L'onimtssioa for tho purpose, has been 1 consulting Trith the hcmd dealers and" I Landholders here. The applications I i Athabasca Landing, a snuill j poinlv an.i1 trhiKe is'npruaps! i less favorable than the others; Iwrisbt. Tonpld and Wetaskivrla. were inclined yesterday toj consider n. saiUfactory outcome ol DDgoMailons as jirobable. This is Mr. J. K. Ciubinp. sgcd srvcuhxwLO. irSo has lived wuolo life hc BKWUKS o[ tho organ j hai tho movo c.f tlio tV.C.T.VT. for In York Coaniv, was barn'ai ia 1M? '3 vpars formed fll the Tin-Jhibilloa uf Ine use 01 growth of lo1 Auroni, aivj >via ;i member of ibe Aurora towu eaaucll. awl'h convcuiLoii hero, ac- i-o. at Oak Wdgfa on Yecge sirsel. At the riebi is hia duurjit-'r. Mrs. Join: 1c? IIorD- M- MacKenE c- of No. 3 Alpcrquln nvenuo. in tbo ,-i, j o[ .lhe I'llic.ni1 r- .llrs t-red YiVlicr. of Uiiftalo, and htr ivso children, Krvd-li- Mar-jUinE- StiLl Ulls moruiUB Tlial ,tl10 i-rii ut Mr. Cliibinc's. n! J- i Arm IT HUNGRY BUT i DAREN'T EAT] BHIBE CANDIDATE EO.UONTOX. T. it-1 NON-PARTISAN REVOLT IN lessee apijesred fceloro the closing NORTH DAKOTA GOVT. siou of ihe Albprla coa! II- M-jntgOTiCry. nell-tiion-n JGovsrnor. Asks Into oporalcT in li-.c Cardiff iIHlrici. vanccd ihe viewpofut cisJy L'rli- ish-born should" be, allov-'cd raombor-1 hhip in any ihe -labo'r unions in j tJISMAKCK, X.. D-, Nov. ios Troin the clocilon Canada. Others only to .bo j uor in his'menage lo of'State" rurds. xVI.V.VIl'KG, Xov. Sogal, taker. :'.ni] A. Friedman. Conner mem- ber of the citv deioctive rprco, jvery arraigned in police t'ouri loJiy.on two ctiargos of violiiins ihe Corrupt Pmc- liocs Act. not guilly ani ivore remanded uclll lumorrbiv. :The ar- resU were made following ;i :atate- uLL'at by J. J. Simson, aldc-r- and former poUct- J man. lhat Friedman hurt tieuijitcd to bribe him S-Iiour day Touicl pcriiiil ?riimo ami iyld llw individual miners cisMrc ihe He from of the .iiSsers-tb v.-crs tUau'tis mciimuni O. E. E. at Colo- man, urged lur.t the goTornxent r.nd ievc the iraiiEnprtaiion difiicolties tint novr exited. Av.iili ihcse arrp-Tis- cj itere no LSOH irhy "Alberts cuu'.d not doml- kiiale-thc fuel c: Manitoba. J. II. Ricnnrds. inFpsctor of mentioned the vast of coal in iJereiopmsui of ihe tiojQc, SOEIC tons il uecii ICE.L thrbng'a UIP interruption or Luo. working of the minej since IStJS.''. ;today, recommended that the :iuro "'appoint a cotnruiitcL1 of five to the illegal and improper FIRE ON 'FRISCO OUT HALIFAX. X.S- Xov. ID' the steampr Francisco has been and surrey Five iundred ions cargo bad lo Ltcimnti JTrfll take on grain here to fill up. the C-cvcTnor-F-rWler's recommeniinlionsUl'.icc made by the fire cud will sail vero sfiid to be aimed at Secreiary j in'aloiit 10 days. n" Stale Thonas Hall, Slate Auditor I_________________________________ and At L9ruey-General ASTOR CAN'T QRT RID OF TITLE LONDON, Nov. btli in- troduced in tlij. hoosc ot ccm- mpns tco'ay under which Vis- count Aslor would have btcn able to up his title, inherited ironl his' fathir. the lale Viscount (William V.'nldrrf) Astor, was de fcat-d by a volu of 169 to 55. sirictly business and ihnl Lliero 'v.ould bo no discussion of party isollcy I or "whal tho Liberal al'.itudQ tow-inl would he. ItclTcen 2J and SO delegates are prpected and all of! Cie 'if'jviiiiip's tliH1. they will be represented at the meet- lugs, which will be hold in Mr. King's office in ihe Vlctorlft Museum. Questions sud) as or-ouiziilIon of Ihe party acd general businoas admin- ibiraiiou tire-all Ilial will bo accordius to Mr. Kinn- Take "Pjpa's Dhipepsin" I cat favorite vi'ithrtii! without LARGE ELEVATORS ON I THE BLACK SEA COAST' SOFIA! Nov. elevators I arc beiii5 coiisiructcd at Vnnirt, oil tbt-j_ Black Sea const nf llalgariJ, 10 hamlli? the' country's wheat crop, >vnich is eslic-'aied tho largest in the history oi Ilulgiirin, nnd worth. I'loihes are scarce and are- cotifitJoreJ contraband in and any of coiuiuodi' into tbe country must bu cd for otlicr The board of. cou- DEATH OF MRS. W. J. RAWLF Nov. Meaner Batrfi, uiilow of W. J. Baivlf. dloJ this mnmiuE at the of lier son- here, after n and j A DEATH FROM SLEEPING SfCKNESS fatal NOT, Alberta of first Your.meals Lit back: Your slomacli is eour, :iciO. gassy anil you feci cil after fating or you hive Ituavy lumps of inillsestiuii pain ur 'icadatlie. but never miiid. Here is inatiint re lief. s Don't stay upset1. Eat a. tablet or Paii'c's DJapepJin and imitiedialely tho mligestlon. acidity and all common'ij known as slceii occurred on Jcvrnlns, 7 and S o'clock, wlien leave Bulgaria unless others of cone-1 Dr. Arnold llea. 36 years of age, died iirsi. uciuiiy ana an irvrEiL-1 distress caused by ncidiiy Irol, however, not Jet such so value are coming In. jiii-'the Holy ends. Tape's Diapcpsin are surest, tlic stomach relievers In They cost lidlo the bcaiih .lhontJes loclayl The paiifnt lias "displayed sTrapioms ot ihe Tor ul ltd sc slaic. The first in tbc de aih o t Dr. Arnol d .BISHOP 3UDKA ACQUITTED Front Page.} "I occupied a bs.V..'r periotl ot bare rncnl Early Session Urged The Government must also come lo an earlr in regard to the calling Ihe neit session of parlia- ineut. The. great majority of mem- bers have requested the prime miniE- WINNIPEG, Nor. acciuiltil I ler to havo tbe house meet in January- en Ui'c charges agp.mat Bishop Badta or earlr in c'ebruarj- in order to avoid Great War Veterans' lion ,was handed.down by Judge ,Pat- crson-in. the court of'King's bench ure to report .as-, the session running intu the summer months. Naval Pragram Ot loipDrtaiicc lo- cabinet in- (Contlnncl from FroarPaeo. i ejceculed at fl.m. today -'jjisiflo' tbe barracks of Ihe 21st regt- .of cayalrr, by a firing squad. spectators.Tere present. Gen. lAiiEBlez died without risible-emotion Sentational Trla'l Angelsa Tras cnllrely nonifiTed as Xeutence TBi Thron'phont the trial the mllilary famous among military me a ol the world 33 the man who brought held'thai Biahcp Budka did I dude the permabeat n'aTnl policy for to report, Col. Lindsny, thf-1 the Dominion, the reorganization of registrar oi enemy r.lieiis, Invln? ei-j-thc mlHtJa .forces, sJn'pbuililiiig, orcr- .cujed him. "The decision trade, in regard to vrMch Mr. at the hearing .weeks ago. LJord llarris, head of tic Dominion rade .cominlsEion In London, -will nate cabinet vacancies an3 bye'-eleclions and the appointment of 'high' 'cpnimisaloner ia Loadon, In connection with which the name of 3ir'George Foster is persistently men- 'ipncd; There are Lwo vacancies In the com- mons filled he- fore. Ihe house meets, the writs will hare lo be issued shortly because It takes approximately -4Q .daye lo pre- pareV'-iiejr volipg lists. They BIO Temtskaminc, T-where a'. United, Farrri- firs'Oi'Onlarlo'-ijbor-.canilliJalc ready, in the Held; and Kamoaraaka, Quebec. In the racancy was caused by the defclti ol Hon. Frank Cochrane, while ?Ir. Finest Lapointe's FYench 1 a- ml I lime I re gun to ner- 7.fectfon -and niado It-admittedly tho ol artillery ordnance In the had pregenU-d-a smiling doun tcrancc io his accusers, The trial was the m'bat held in Chihuahua City, where lAngefes and two. other companions Vwere brought afler their capture near hy slate, volunieers NOT. 10. 7; Foji'r compaBiona. -ivero cauUircd afler Iheir Jlscovery in In a Jill] facing San Tome, 5 ;Mcii'fto. .Two of these'already hud i by C'arranza troofs. O( jn the small parly with Gen. Angeles, five Tere .killed LrylnR 'to Iroops, The two ie- i mainlng Noalcr Bn- -'Clso de Arco and the soldier Antoine iATrllto, .were Joint defendants .Ti- coutt-raartJal. de -olso :Tvas sentenced L-tMo.dtath, bnt his sentence waa com- zd'ulterl lo 20 years Trlllo, a.VlT-yeaf-ord -boy, isenfeaced to serVd'alx and eight months In vK-'. -'v--- For The Slefc One Lctel Tcaspoonlul ol OyB'S O-PKN-TILVTH SAJjVH ID a uaoer'in the sffk room. The Actf Vapor rifting from the In the air snd raakea for Uie patient. It In ep and b a great comfort lo imffrrioj wild Sere Conghs, Whooping OT.PnentDODla, The 'Etffect pf thfl Vapoi1, piRtfent and rery ccmfdrffng-. box. H year draursl rend 55c In aUmjis dlrJr.'e Spadlua o, totf a full hoi wtil resignation to tonle3t Quebec East made a bye-election IIL necessary. Does the label inean We claim it does. It shows that the makers are hot ashamed of their products. The Fashion-Craft label as here shown means more than that. It is a guarantee from the makers that every suit or over- coat bearing their >is properly tailored both inside and out, and will give satisfaction arid service to the wearer. Look for the labei when buying, and know who makes what you wear. Sold Locally ty Fathion-Craft Clothes are told at 300 in Canada. s Keel Lethbridge C-19 HAKES CHILDREN ROBUST. ;