Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
'SATURDAY. NOVEMBER T1IE LETJIPRIDOE HAILY PAGE THIBTKEN Daily, Weekly and Trades Pap- for Coming Year Art Elected TORONTO, DOT lum In Ilie affairs ot lha Canadian Association Incorporated, was taken III connection wilh tlic annual meet- ing hero yesterday wLen tbo Dallj Association, tile Weftklj- Prcis Hurd, ot the Yancourdr 1'roTluce, vas elcclod vlcc-iirvaldont. Menibon ot the council were atect- od aa follows: 5 Ibe THlly Newspaper Association: M. K. Jennings, EJtnou- LDII Journal; F. J. Nurd, Vancouver rroitace; J. K. AlkieBOD, Toronto Slsr; J. G. Elliott. Kingston F. CrandaJl, Montreal Slar; Henri Quebec Telsjraph; Johu T. llanke, Moncton TraDPCTlpt; (i. Pcareon. Halifax Herald; W. B. Prea Ion, JJranifonl Eipoiitor. Representing (he Weekly News As- sociation: H. Dienncn. Summer sl-Je Journal; Mrs. F. M. Fielding WJnd eor Trlbuuc; n. A. Jarvld, Newcastle IJuiot-AdTOcato: C. Tliree Hirers Chronicle; D. Williams. Collloprood Bulletin; J. 1.. Cowlc. Cflrliarrjr News-Express; S, Yorkton H. G. McHae. UaQna Herald; J. W. Elite, Merrill Ilorald. W. B. Prejton, BranlforJ Expositor. was elected provisional president ot I Association anil tho Trades and Class Ilia Dalljr Press Association, and M Journals' Association were organized R. Jennings, Edmonton Journal, vlcc- fn affiliation with tho parent orfanioi- president. lion, but each ivith nulonomr In It- EClt. _ I These Ihreo associations will serve i journals of their respective tlalAs and; cadi .Kill unvo Its' own nian- j nRCr.' AH lurco retain ultmber- chip In the1 Canndlun .Pro.iB lion and each ivill bo represented in a Canadian Press Association cnur.cil by JO iimrulHTS. Thla council will aa- iiually elect oUlccrs ot the Canadian Press Association. The council today elected HOT Sales, ol llraiilford, now representing the Port Elgin Times, presldenl. anil V. ASTHMA COLDS VHOOTINC COUCH VJueODIC CIOIT INFLUENZA ZlOftCHITB CATA1HH LONDON, Not. Gen. loiter doclarlng 11 1m- liosslblc for tho air Ecnlcc to conllnue Lo occupy a.Bubbrdfnalo' poillion heartily supported by 4he WeBlmlaalcr, Gszelte. whlcb. while strongly supporting the league of na- tions and uaiclfMLllog that.the prin- Jea ol Ihe ]MKUD wJll ulllnuUly prevnil from prirtlcal ntcetslty, aircraft will, dnrlnx the neit yeanr dominate all other fonhj of The Weitmlniler OtwLta proceedi to airuc sCrangly tor the MUbllBb- lucnl or of .defence to which the mlnlstera of luid, Eea and air forces Rhould be reiponBlble; Commonts from olhor al- so ore Loslnnlng to'appear; also ra log tills departure, in admloIslratioTi. DrL J. W. BRIEN, M.P. Tho ineraher for Routh Eisex, on. a two months' trip to China as mod lea I officer in chargo ot 1.2W coolies belnj: returned via the Canadian route from Franca RICKED UP IN .SSING FOR Tint (Continued from Front CANADIAN SOLDIERS PREPARE-TO EMBARK LONDON, de- lallR In largo nbuibers .London for Glasgow to embark for Can- ada. Thlrly prisoners -irero Incluiled. Furthpr details Bill next week. Evolution UsiUti The witness continued his evidence tay.ag that tbo ppeaker vktd re- lhat labor wauled could cot be bromht about without an effort and that labor must organlie ImmedliToI? for thli e-'furt. Ijibor, tha jpeaker bad declared, said Ibo wllnets, had novir secured aDythlng by evolution. la lo a quoiilon, Mr. Datt- ford said all Ejwaters had ipoKen of tbo com In cbange. Re Terr Ing to Rus- scll, ha tald It at ho hid dsclirod lhat tho workers wcro about to out and assert themeelyes. B'oodleii Revolution H. J. Johus, tatd TrlLness, was tho next Eneaker and had declared Ihfcl oivlog to tho cliauge predicted by Russell the rerolullon nflej noi be B one, but could bo accompiiBhed by educating tbe -working people who by weald control from, the capitalistic class. Tho Lie llterolura, Johns bad declared, must be read by tbc people-as a menns lo educallbu. Tho irltnega quoted j Johns GS Baying he "was ready to die 1 for Ibe cause" himself. Jaaaic Pjlblado, K.C.: "Did lie refer particularly lo Iho "Ves. He satd It was io- evllablc and the workers vrcrc about to assert themselves." Blumcnberg Talked Fight Witness then referred to the speech made by Sara BlunacDhers, who had Her. Prof. T. (J. A. Wright bis ac- cepted the r.islo rale of AJ1 Salnti offllcaa Church, Wbtlby. John C. LAT.'EOD, a Toronto relum- ed joldler, wae run down by nu auto Elated that he disagreed wkh Ur. Johns when hfa Bald there need 110 Clfbl; thM one ivai u to tenor of Mr. Blu 'i wltnesi Bild he z-lld and rabid In hts statements and Ulted cocdnaallr ot nrolutlon il hloodshed. In UBwer to a gicitioa M lo the enerml character of the audience tnd BAZAAR THE LADIES' AID OF'WESLEY CHUHCH ARE HAVING THEIR ANNUAL SALE OF Plain and Fancy.Sewing, Cookinr, Aftenoon Tea, Etc., Etc IN WESLEY HALL ON Tuesday, Dec. 2nd OPENING AT THREE O'CLOCK Tftc nssoniiicm ui-goads irlll'be up to the Bftttl ilrimlaM aL Lhls bazaar.' Lexii, a pioneer in On- lirlo anfl reildent In for 37 ctlehraled SOih fclrthdiy. Pattl, Ihc famous primi donna ivho died Septcnilier '2.1 at- her caEUfl In Wales, a giosa fortune Of To keep Ilio of (he- ciij EOOC] phyeicnl condition the Edmon- ton V. M. (1. A. has a special gyninaa-j ium -class. for them. The 0. "VT. V. A. of Nelson, B. roinc to an agreement with tbe Y. M- C. A. thereby- they occupy the sccoud floor of tho. "V." _ I OwlDE to coulinuerl ill liealth. IL H. Jcchfon, Keneral Eecretary oT the Y. M. C. A. at Nelson, II. C., haa resign- etl. William Dolison, secretary ot the University of Alberta Y. M. C A is president of the Alberta Dig Four' llugby Union. Crpsr the renowned CVBTIEC- lift, practically the whole' period M a Y. M. G. A. worker at thu front. I Gwrffe Salter, of Hamilton, a vet- cran vho vas la the war from Sept. is .now aesislanL pltyslcnl di- 'rector of tho VancouTcr Y. M; C. A. j Washington tlespalcli Bays demanO for aiilos in Sweden In abouL 300 per cent, grcnler than Jn ISH, due to 'wave of prosperity deTeloped during war. Fords brought. apiece after tbe armistice. As a Xmas. Gift! Between Friends, a Photograph! The gift that will please your friends most. The Allison Studio BALMORAL BLOCK, PHONE 1SOT SHOE SALE GREAT REDUCTIONS ON MEN'S, BOYS'.AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. 7 ptlrs 9-Inch top limn Cart Mlnoi'i Btfulir f nf -Men's One-bucilo Orentioci.< Af 3 patra Men's Mihogin? tins, tuttttr f .3 D-lnch lop English Kip. Regular I10.M. a ftC Ta I r O. S J M IJorV ftnd Youths' Solid Leather Booli, going Bl Erefttly reduced prlcefl. These a lew of llio mnnr lints which we H. a KILNER 420 Tbirteentb Street N. 317 ot "Red" propepin- da in Xeir Yorlc havo dlscorcrcd thai iiublic Ecliool (nacliers nrc memhera of'the Communist party, and spreading radical riewd to pupils. Kales oE Now York itorea ore run- ning Rbout 50 per cent, nhead of last year- In money, Incrcnso of 10 cent, in units purchased. Mer- j chants find'wealthy arc economizing, and worblnE classes spending. Wh'en' the mother -went 'into a store at Philadelphia a haby left out sldo was choked lo death when the handle of the go-carl tilled and jam med against her throat. Colrer, o; the U. S. Tratlo saya "Hig Fiva" mep.l rrrc going Into the coffee business through their 571 separate corporations. A new and simple writlcn I.inguagc for the Chinese was Invented by Y.M C.A. sccreldrles working with the Clilnose In France, They are now I working out B plan lo tho Knjrllsl Alphabet In writing Chinese sounds. Sir John Simon opened his candl ilaluro.ln the Spen alley daring Iho wccli end nnd declared lila ontlro In deuendence of oil pnrtfos, but nakci the Liberals lo support the prime rnln Isler In Rloppin; Russian ndvcn lure. The County Y.M.C.A. secretary (III covers nnd develops leadership. H meets with (ho leaders and rankc suggestions for the success of the work na leaders of groups boys an The Counlj- V.M.C.A. Is fnteresU In the boys of the countrr nnd (ima towns not.only Ihcyare th com.ng men but because they ar boys now. H believes In Ilia helping him'to be hla btst nor4 nn Ibfs.done, hli future Is safe. In a Belffiftn town during IfcLle dftya of the Canadian aroiy'i sLt; there, a Canftdltn Eoldkr cane to i "Y" man exprested hundreitB knd.thpiisunds of his. fellow IhoDfhl'wben ho paid: "Jfy countrf home Is detd-as Ibis place, Wh cannot you' cono out and build i hut like Ihl3 wllli A pro frara and mako llfo vorLh' (o ua? 1 don'l bolfcre I can stick IL li thnt quiet place In old Canida tf The Y.M.C.A.- Is clolnif IU beat lq" Re to Ihe conniry placos. Ten Count "Y's" hnrc hecn organized rlnrlng (h rust year And twenty more nro in cess of Lhe manner In wbkh thpy received I the remarJta of (be. various speakers, I witness 76 per cent, of thoso preaeot irero foreigners, who wildly applauded tho remarks. At the of the meeting, eaiil wilness, a nieellug for tho Sunday In Marfcct Square in- uounccd to couiiacmorate tbc Jeatiis o.r Koaa and Paul Lieb. hnechl. Germm SpartaclEi leaders. Announcement was also made ot Ihe BoclalliL program. Bulletin Following production of the Utlc bullclln which Isaac 1'ltblado. K.C.. lor tbu crown, tendered as an ciblblt. .Mr. IlatEtord said the copy similar .to that 'which be had received at the door of the meeting and that it undoubtedly had come of the tainQ type. Kilracis dealing with Ihc mass meeting at _ tho theatre; an article headed denllDC Socialistic propaganda, and an' article headed "Jf'J In donations for tbo work to be sent to Jl. H. Russell at Socialist. liariv l' quarters Jn this clly, were read bj crown counsel. j Witness then told of riots on the [oilowing 'Monday ID which I tie bald, participated. Objection to this evidence was taken by Mr, CM and keen legal argument fol- lowed. Mr. JuaUca Mclcftlfe ordered the UneiB to stand down evi- dence wiB taken of a riot on the Bun- day following (he meeting In the Ma theatre. For thlt purpoee the crown recalled P. E, who atced Ri Intelligence oUtcer during the period of (be disturbance, ila erldence. aa to tbe meelinr In and corroborated the evidence of Mr. BtUford. An announcement, ha laid, was made of the meeting to held In the Mar- ket Squire. Continuing he told of the mealing 1n .tbi Market Square, he. laid, warn broken up by re- turned soldiers, who aJtem-ard" at- teiuptet] lo wreck tbo business eelab- lishinetn run by Sam Ulumenberx, Mr. raesirty ihon loojt tbe wltneis and ai-ked It it ivas not true that the g iii "licmory of. Karl l.ft J- huccht and Rosa Luxemburg to Ito held IL the Majeetlc theatre and not at the ilarket Bquare. (o my said wit- nets. "Was anrlhlng eald of Urn meeting at (lie Walker aiknj Mr. "My only recolleclion of the refer- ence 10 Lleblcnccht and Luxemburg wben B4m DiQmc-nbQrg said: 'LocR Hie Rcsi I.QjpmhnTB.1" "An a <3f fact did the ac- cd or any of tbeso people Bpecctes regarding Llebinechi o. Luxemburp at the Market Square? asked counsel. Mr. H a Is "They were nol ai lowed to ppeat." "Was thai not a meelicg bv return ed aoldlers for the purpose ol heTlni "J would not say Court adjourned until 2.15 p.m The Colorado Kuel t Iron Co. trusts all MB welfare wgrk lo the Y.M C.A. Twenty bulldlnfa hare reeled at the Tarioua eampft to Color ado tnd Wyoming. DOMINION LABOR PARTY LABOR TEMPLE, DOMINION BLOCK Sunday Even., Nov. 3fl LECTURE Subject: "Social Production n. Prirmte OwMrdup" Speaker Donald McNab EVERYBODY WELCOME' UADIEI WKCIALLY INVITED COMMENCING AT Eminent Painters Design Our Boxes W7HY? Because we believe their appearance sKould reflect tKe quality of tKeir contents. And their contents are a triumph of the confectioner's art. After a design is perfected, no detail is neglected to make tKe box an artistic triumpk The shaping of the comers, the colour and tie of the ribbon, everything Is made to harmonize. As a result, the Gift of a Box of Neilson's is always a jov to the rpe and to the palate. 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