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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBlimCE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER i9M THIS ELEPHANT HAS A VALET InvoU-e High Officials; and Cause Some Uesigna' j tions i DUBLIN', Oct. In: official circles hero the suggestion Lord Robert Cecil, Viscount Grey of Fanouon anj Heroeri H. ior-: mer British Frejnier, that there must' be a public inquiry into the reprisals administration sea- j erallj, is regarded as impracticable.; 'It is_sald (hat It woufc belike trylog; if commander in face of tho enemy. No inquiry Svould be complete which did: not include tho men in highest 'auth- i orlty. .They would either have to re-! puiliate their subordinates or admit I jS5 The star elephant of one of the largest circuses on the American conti- has a who .spends an bour brushing her down betore every impossible while the njiht lasts. I performance 'he government yielded to Ihe rift-___ mand for inqum in the form r for It viould mean tbe resignation of a farm JUDl town, some of tbe highest officers. It Is Hyea'-Uuiil her death, pected that a da) will be given for j I allowing three of her six Here supposed all the stalwarts of as staunch: a Unionist perhaps with Sir 16 country, as Cation and eve- bv' moH ot the ihas a friend to her friends. Irlberal.'Cbalitioaisls. (From- Our Own Correspondent) WAR.VER, The second given by the Unclaimed Sisters' dub, on the. evening of the 12th Inst. Vras a decided success when compared to the" one given two weeks prior to' it. The was almost a failure owing to inclement weather, and tho nqn-appearaiice of Gordon Bros.' or- chestra, by, reason .breakdown, on the road while Into town. Jlonever, Gordon Bros, very.gencrous- ly.compensated the club for their fall- playing free of charge at the Becond nance. Also the weather was fine, and the roads spler.dld on this She leave's hehind a husband and three sons, a" daughter and 'two'sons hi the States: iSEOSIESlAIE To Carry on Search, to Locate Missing Theatrical Manager Nov. a meet- ing here yesterday afternoon to dis- cuss unemployment problems, resolu- tions were endorsed asking the gov- ernment to consider the policy of unemployment? Insurance; calling on GERMAN WOMEN JEER AT FOOD MINISTER AS HE WEDS IN CHURCH LANDSLIDE STRUCK TRAIN PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. Ten or twelve passengers the _ engineer BERUK, Oct. gry housewives vented their indigna- tion on ilerr Hermes, ths food min- ister, while he was lelng married ia a church at Stegiitz recently, by jeer- Ing and keeping up a running flre of uncompllme'ntary remarks While tho marriage ceremony jvas in progress. Their comments were directed against Xhe -minlEter'a food oollcy. bride was naturally proud ot the fact that she was to vred a cabinet minister and look care that the llmo the provincial government to abrogate and place of. the weddlig should be licenses Ior. private employment knowc'to averj-one. Notices giving tho agencies wbfinevor. iholr tftrtu .InfnrniaHnnwara !u eiplres and requesting (he provincial newspapers, government to-inaugurate as quickly aS possible-the housing scheme la order to relievo unemployment Bow eilsliug. Finally: employers are ask. ed to spread their work by reducing working hours rather than dismissing a portion of Uielr staffs. was called In tho in- terests of the Great War Veterans' as- sociation and the leading agencies in the city were well represented. Representatives, ot tho Canadian Pacific and Grand Trunk Pacific were present and state that there had been some reduction ot staffs, but nothing serious. A knot of women had gathered at the church doors and took advantage ol the opporiyuity to tell the minister what they (bought of his administra- tion. The Vorwaerts says that Herr Hermes and his bride found the situ- ation so uncomfortable that after tho ceremony they left the church by a side door. _ S23 iiagsagsmeij.'Trera Injured when a landslide struck the North Bank Limit- ed train No. 1 ot the Sopaken, Port- land and Seattle railroad near Hood, Washington, last accordiug to reports hero today. None of the pas- seugers were seriously huri. It vras said. Police headquarters la Paris state Americans.are permanent rest dents there. AsplndJdwash-EARLY! eieuliuu fir-, that nnwornud with trtih.boird rub-tad-scrub with 10 Ibe elotbes are out ihal'i Sotlijhl wiib LEVBK BROTttetS UMITBO. TURKS ADVANCE AND GREEKS WITHDRAW TORONTO, NOV. in the city this morning, from luc lori, Mrs..Ambrose 3. Small, wife of J to be on. the missing theatrical magnate, drove SMYRNA, Nov. Na- tionalist forces have advanced in the Ushsk sector abbot 105 mites east or this city and have occupied the town-1 shlys of Simav and Demirjl.: The Greek troops that bave been hold- ing the line in-this rogiou withdrew j without is Eaid.'' Discipline Is being maintained in the Greek army with the eiception of. a cumber of .-minor incidents. The' Policemen! Had To Guard Lcad- Because of Sinn Feiners Ihi .Capital Trust company offices for'a conference with; Dr. J. N. Connolly, managing director of the company, in charge of the' Small es- 'After the conference she was .''How much has it cost' the' Small estate to prosecute'the .search 'for light on the .subject of the disappear- ance o! Ambrose J. Small end his sec- retary, John "I co'ull not begin to you said Mrs. Small. Is more than you would ever believe, and I do not know also the h-sso every- 'tie.'fpbildren'Viba one'forgot the'flrst disappointment in of the second The Unclaimed Sisters also gave a'. surprise party in the Warner school last week to one of their -members, Miss Soice, on the occasion -of lilrthday.: Dancing, cards and games followed light, but tasty refresh- ments sped the time, cheer. -cl Mr. and Mrs. fc' number of i .with it the Hotel Warner on Saturday, eve- ning last. i t :The- scarlet: fever' whioh ,has ;been .rampant in, this. vicinity, for the' past few weeks has appeared. MoBtVot irere down with it! school. The Women's Institute held, their fcaiaar in the rest-ropm. last Saturday afternoon. A.'- goodly- number of 'fine articles were sold air at fair prices. A yoke mad" by- Geo.-Zufelt the sum of, The sales Trerc br'sk, being made; in raately an hour's lime. amount- ed in all to After expenses were met, the treasurer had a balance in hand of .Toled to keeping the'-rest. room'run- ialng in the afternoons of week days as a rendezvous for the country ladies when Iheyicome in to shop. The Junior Institute ran a luncheon in conjunction with the bazaar, which served as a very attractive drawing card. was realized from this, with practically no espenaea attend- ent thereon. Junior Institute i? going to. bold a.hazaar also, sometime in the near future .This organization is doing a very good .jnd ".beneficial in the community and deserves every encouragement and patronage. Mrs. H. J. Fraedrick.and iier th'reo (Children of. Strom'e, Alia., have been vlslthig at the Fraedrick home hero for: the past few days, They leave on Thursday, Nov. 25th for California, In- tending to stop off at Coopertown, N.D.i'en route, until Mr. Fraedrtck will Join them. Guz one of Warner's small nrchlns, had the bad misfortune to sustain a broken leg last Friday from being run ovor by a buggy. He is do- ing nicely now, however. The' people of and district yere grieved last Wednesday. Nov. 17th to hear that Mrs. 0. M. Butter. one of the beat known and old- of thig community, had dled'after an illness intermittent dur- ing the pasl >oar The funeral look place at the homn of tho deceased, "about one mile south of Warner, on Tves'H'ay afternoon, Nov. 23rd at 3 The boily was afterwards inlefreti in tho Warner cemetery. The Ilev 0 D McCrnckln odiclatcil. The pallbearers all old Iriends of the Butterfleld family, were: Messrs. S. harrows 5 "I.ukcr, W. L. Jllscnsoll, N.'W. Tolander, Martin and B6n -Slaoy. bealitlfuj fioral gifts were don- ated" by 'tho numerous sympathetic .friends of the 'sorrowing ftimtly. Tho families of Rains, hrlrfsson, Digger, Lj Prairie and 3.- Anderson gave a largo pillotf wrealh The Women's Insti- tute, the Lutheran Ladles' Aid, the Kvangellcal Missionary Dr. Mrs Campbell, Mr. Hiid.Mrs. A, O. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs P.' and many others donat- ed wreathj or bouquets. Lydla Susan Butlerfield was born in Ohio blxty seven years ago. Sho afterwards moved to Ml, Vcrnoa, S.D. at the age of twenty-five she harried Mr. 0 Jl Butterfleld. Ten bears ago she, with most of her fam ycd to (his djstrict and settled NEW YORK, Nov. last night a 'police guard of 10 patrol-j...... men and a sergeant kept watch over' More than she was ask- he premises ot the Union Clnb at Pitth Avenne and Blst Street, which: oh' taT> far more she yesterday: was..the scene of a riot replied. "We have followed up every when Sinn Fein sympathizers object- ,ciue a" orDr ltle country, and months e'd to a British flag displayed by the ago, we had a conference.with all the club as a holiday decoration. There in New York. For tbe'nrfit as'no resumption of violence. (time how !we seem to be setting some Police authorities today expressed the opinion that the outbreak which' occurred at the erid'of a high requiem nass for Terence :MacSwiney, former lord mayor-of. Cork St. Patrick's tbe str.eel. from the club, origin and not was: at'first supposed, the re- sult of "a prearranged tplan. the fight- of several com- panies if-police were'iip'for arraign- ment today.on.'charges'connected with the building which re- sulted: of all the plate glass windows on the first floor of the club's Fifty-First street front. Barters Sensational Evidence is Offered in Baron Being Tried certain, t ALL MUST AGREE BEFORE FORMULATING DOMINION POLITICAL PLATFORM TORONTO, Nov. J. J. Morrison of the United Farm- ers cf yesterday in an Interview here that a report from Strathroy, that the U.F.O. had drawn up .ti tentative politi- cal platform In. preparation for the next federal, elections, was somewhat premature. drawing ;iip a platform the policy will be for every group In .the organization to make sugges- tions. These suggestions wilt be carried to the agriculture council In Winnipeg and afterward1 sub-'; mlttri to the, yarious provinces. v ATI 'niust agree'before we hjiVe Dominion he said.. BRONZE CURRENCVFOR FRANCE .small crinis still remains very aplite in France spite the issue.' of fifty-centime and one and two francS notes baa i been definitely decided to issue tokens, the first of which wilCbe placed on the market in October. i The Paris chamber .of Commerce has Issued francs wbrth.Of ;small 'notes but maby have become' soiled and torn atfd a large ainbunt of! the issue has found its; way into, the I provinces, where, technically, it has'! no value. Sliver change has disap-! reared.' CHOICE ROASTS OF BEEF and 22c per1. CHOICE ROASTS OF MDflON. and 32c per Ib. CHOICE ROASTS OF VEAL and 1: per Ib STPINGVEAL IScperlb. STEWING MUTTON 18c per Ib. tl' 'iWE HANDLE NOTHING BUT NO. I FRESH KILLED GOVERNMENT INSPE C T E D MEATS. BUY WHERE YOU ARE PROTECTED BY THE PURE FOOD LAWS OF CANADA. BRUSSELS, Oct. (By Mall.) The Belgian government's campaign against Belgian subejecls ths war, are alleged to .have aided-! jthe enemy, has just had a sensational turn in Ihe case of the Coppee, father and soli, who' were probably the wealthiest coal magnates LONDON, Nov. Mall, Belgium. cdlnn Associated Hundreds of The t-o noblemen were arrested Canadian officers, especially those some months ago, charged with as- whoso duties confined them to LoncI6n islstlnf the Germans oc- for a portion of the war, have grateful cupallon of Belgluni, by turning over memories of the hospitality extended and Ijy-prodiicts to the enemy. to them at the National Liberal club, i Hundreds ,ol other Belgians, .accused Fof the last tour years the club haslnt similar offenses, have been con- been housed in the Westminster Dieted and sentenced to long prison rms. sensation In the Coppee 'ctfse the other, day when the court them from prison on batl of Palace Hotel, the place incidentally .terms. where the deliberations resulting in Canadian .Confederation .were held just over half a century ago'. Tho Club is now' go'lag back to ILOOO.OGO francs each on the evidence building in Whitehall Palace, whence tire government cjeciert it In the aut- umn of 1916, the place was re- (itilred for military purposes. The Office of Works, the department which turned the club out, Is helping to reinstate it. The Gladstone Library which filled five rooms in the former Westminster Palace Is flitting first back to .the magnificent top-floor room whose windows overlook the riv- er. During thfr years of eille In West- minster .the library grew by the addi- tion of thousands of books, wnr nnd not nearly room (or the whole of it at the old place. Tho Club suffered no financial loss ot Count de Brocqiievllle, Who was premier of the Italglan government (luring Its stay at Havre, France, that he had Tlven Baron Coupee permis- sion bis mines during the riermsm occupation and ship coal, the Idea-being that this fuel was to be used for the Belgian population who were forced to remain in the occu- pied territory. Count de Brocqueville, In an affi- davit submitted to the court In the Coppcc's behalf, further admitted that ho had given the accused" permission to sell freely their coal by-prouucts such as benzol, and other things used In explosives, to the Germans, as he In effect, thought tlial the Oerinnnn shareholders decided to hand In an, nf whl o h r com profits from the resale to the credit Ing vu, of (he Club. The rcsalt did yield ai _ handsome profit, BO that (Jus Cluh Is CONFERENCE ALLIED now In a sound position and it has: WAR VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS been poss blc to keep the subscription PARIS, Nov. 2G.-A conference of unchanged at a t me when nearly [representatives of the various allied evpry club in London had to rnlse its .war .veterans' organizations will open prlco' Sunday morning in the larea iiall of The transition will be effected with! the French chamber of depuUos "rtlch the same neatness as In October, 1910. has been loaned by Ihr, French mvcrn The, Westminster Club will close cm a.'ment. 7fio follow'lug conn'trlci will Saturday night and Whitehall win DO Palace Club will open 'on tho follow- j (ireat Britain and Iho dominions the ing morning. It is understood that United States, Krante Italy Uelz'fnm Lord Grey bas been asked to perforln C'zcclio-Slovnkla, Portugal and Greece' __ __ A San Francisco fur Importer has presented his wife with a coat 6f nus- the opening ceremony. TTi iTTTT A Lharlotto, Mich., man was bitten if, l10 wcnt l" sian Cuticura Soap; Complexlbiis Are Health ItfMl P. BURNS GO., limited DOMINION MARKET PHONE 1654 MAIN MARKET PHONE 412 PALACE MARKET, PHONE 431 DOMINION FISH 545 costing It Is mado which required I BAWDEN BROS. HULL BLOCK, TH'IRD AVENUE SOUTH COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS YOU CiET THE BEST SELECTION AT THIS BR1QHT XMAS STORE ipments of Lovely Floorlamps The stands come in walnut and ma- hogany while the shades with their .ex- quisite colors and different shapes are impossible to. describe, Make your se- lection now -while our stock is com- plete. The prices are very reasonable, ranging VISIT OUR CHINA DEPARTMENT' FOR LOVELY XKAS 'GIFTS Dining Room Suites Room Suites Living Room Suites What more acceptable family gift. Our large Block provides you with a selection that is hard to equal and tho prices will cbmpare favorably with others. You can get them In all standard woods and. 'finishes. Dining Room Suites from Bed Room Suites from Living Room Suites SHOP EARLY make a pleasing gift for your wife. Mako.your selection now and we will deliver Christmas eve. We have a full range of sizes in rich colors and designs that will harmonize with any color scheme-. From to FOR THE SHOP EARLY ;