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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 PACK FOURTEEN THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY IIEUALD. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1010 HUNGER STRIDE WAS EFFEQTIVE DVBUN. Oct. lonl mayor his been Informed that -C1 ali the Irish polillccl jn Mount Joy prlpou will libcMttd immediately, ,'Thls is Ihe outcome of lha hunger strike, it was explained. World's Greatest Air Tesi Will Start A rial ore Enter COL. MELVILLE CHOSEN- WOODSTOCK. X.U.. Oct. a Unionist convention yesterday Coi: A. AJ Melville, o( KUuwcevlHe, chosen aa candidate for tbo fe4- bye-clectiou, la conference on Wodnwdsy decided not to put a iu the Hold torv Oari'eloii county. Already In the field T. W. farmers' candl- dele, and Tapyaa AJney, Inde- pendent. I Capital Sets FortK iU-View Of flj I Collective j i Harmonv Restored t.OXUOX. Oct. the enonuoaj difficulties ol the (llfhl Irom to AuMnllt, four machines hare enured into Ihe torn'- FtlU'on, lor which the Australian IOT- eramVnt has offered a priifl of The conineliicrs are Capt. Matthews itho announced tbat be will make a star; on 31 coday with t Eopwilh air- plane.' similar to> ttat used ty Hasher ID hia attempt to fly across the Atlan- tic; Howell. with a Martlnslde plane; LleuU DougliE. wlih an Alli-j anct machine, which It is cla.lio.ed Is, capable of tiring i.OW anl is equipped wilb e poireTiii! triretess. and Wllkiua. with a IJlachlmrn machine. ihe'largest of all. The teller Is two one of liira Engineer WJIkin's, the well- known Polar explorer, who was .sec- ond in command to Stefaisson. Tho Australian pjrernmeni Is dispatching a steamer patrol to plct up' the Tireless Irom lie airmen durius Ihe flljhL It is recognkcd lhal these aviators are embartlnj; on the world's greatest aerial adventure and their progress will be. watched with .Intense interesl. The Is severe, as the flight orer only a porllon of- the courses-Java to AQBlralli-rfe miles end is n track-At Ian tic llight; Mrs. Roy, a BnnJford pioneer, fifed BO years, was found dead In bed. OTTAWA, Oct. of trade and commerce records show a MS reduction in ihe narcotic fic since that department assumed control of imports fast May. Tor tte months ended Sept. SO, pounds or opium were licensed for itn- porlntioa Into Caneda, with an average Import of for ch qaarter last year. Similar comparison shows morphine reduced 'Jo.per sud cocaine 45 per cent Tbe department traced dis- tribution or the importation to lie principal dealers' bnve been ias narcotics too freely. POUUET REACHES ROME PARIS. Oct. LJeui. PoiileL. the Frendh aviator, who started Irom Issy, les MoulfneauT Tnnsday moraiug on n flight to Melbourne, arrived, yesterday morn ing at Rome, landing at the aria- lion field of CenlqccJle, He bad lefi the French military airdrome ot Frejus Wednesday and succeeded In crossing the Aps. U. S. Railroad Administration will make rio Increase In freight rates be- fore return of the roads to private January 1 next- LONDON. Oct. Wllh the lotro- d act 'on. of a resolutlou by the capital group giving its views ihe right of collective spirit of waa roipifesl loday In the national luduslrial k.K. bead of the milway conductors' brothe'rhood. iftld he taw- in the refoluiEoTt a sincere effort at closer co-operation between caplral and labor in the meeting and declared lhat tu his opinion lite satheriuE was "Just getting down to tuslnesE." AnuouncemoDL thai the Impatience manifested by t'ie labor srO'jp Thurs- day bad'not, giveu way to willingness lo M'att auy reasonable lenglli .of "lime. Mr. Sheppanl said his saw every prospect 'of a harmonious ad- jusJiuejit "o[ the differences belwwn the right and left wlcgs ol ihe as a result of Hie em- ployers' resolution. MONTREAL LABOR FAVORS ACQUISITION OF G.T.H. Oct. In a session which lasted almost to midnight and which was rttornclerlzed bj slroug de- bating speeches by almost all (lie lead- ers ol organired labor In Monlreal, the Tradts and Labor Council decided last nighl ID support Ihe federal gov- ernment In Its move to_ acquire a oil operate the Grand Truck, and also agaJa expressed Msrlf In favor of the 44-hour weefc-for worhers. OVERSTOCKED Ladies Gent's Watches RETAILING AT FACTORY PRICES ecial Window y of our and Watches FULLY GUARANTEED WRIGHT CITY'S LARGEST AND.FINEST JEWELRY STORE BALMORAL BLOCK E PLACE WHERE WATCH WORK Picking Pofkets-Qhargc is Drop- CKarge Slill Sianrfs I Tho charge ol.picking pockets pre- ljsrred against Thomas O'Brien, alias Jobn. Doe, has been wlthdrsivn br tta' police in the ab- tnce of ivil'nesses. This was a charge .galnslNthe accused oT plying the trade of plcttng pockets st the local depot on the day or llie Tislt of the Prince o tho city. The prisoner was nrresl- ed ai Dunniora by C.P.R- inTestlgators and brought to Ltthbrlige. During he journey lie Js alleged at- eaipted to bribe the officials to ob- tain his release. This brouEb-L about mother charge against him vrhich csused consiJcrable- dispute- In the court, with nie ILit, i' ttc re-' n.Liest or the crown, a reserved case has been Called (or. -Meaowhlle O'- Brien remains Iu custody. PrlEer, who was ''arrested wILh O'Brien, In the charge ot picking pock- els, jumped his ball, and the police arc now searching [or him. He would, aave constituted a witness IQ tho case others whom Lae police are eayoriug AMSTERDAM, Oct. .hat British [tropopala originally at the boiTOiu oi'ihe activities ot Col, Jermondt's forces In the Baltic prov- nces were made by Mr. Inler- [ireler for Pol. BeTuoudl, In au Inter- new the Berlin of the llandclsbladt publlsKeil hero resterday. x Popott declared that Col. Bcrmondt 'IreL received from tirltfsh lieadquar- ,trs the proposal should oc-a cupy the line Irom Stliauleo to Pvinsk nd .conduct an attack against the Hoi- ihevltl from thU line. Later, the irltlsh countcrmnud- ed this order and torbatfo lilm (o yas? through LHhuLinia. He says IbaL Col. [I'enuoudl is determined never agalu lo bands wjth Iho Drltlsh, VIEX-VA. Oct." na- tional assembly' toOay con- sideration ot llic pi'ace treaty framed by (be JMJCC conference at Paris and s'gncd at St. Sept. io was ntorred to a special coincilUee, "tho program being 1A au uu- ovcnUul session. It is yrobible that the treaty com- itilec will report by Ihe end of (be It fa mtricallou ol Ihe Inslrumout will lahu Olio .Mauer, tba zufjilsler ol Eoclali- eallou, us bfttl been foreculeO, an- nounced his Votlretnent from tbs gov- ernment. will lake (lie leadership of ibe, opposition. session' by KprI president ol lUc republic. Mickey wlll'dlff a bole la'fha ol eteryone who her c'hiirm iclll Jlogcr and- lire evcr. TberO la n. heartfelt real in the ULaftecUJ wholesome lovn of this adorable libllo girl. Thero thrill upoo thrill aud thrill Id Just a.litile bit better than lha Mickey Kill be at the Empran nest weok. Elanlng QUEBEC MANUFACTURERS AGAINST C.T.R; BILL Oct. the first annual dinner of tjic newly-formed [Jucbec division of thtj Canadian Man. Association at I lie Wind- Ear hotel the gathering- took a strong stand tLe proposed acquisi- lion ana nationalization of the Grand TrimV: Hallway by the Dociinlon gov- ernment. M At Diapepsm" corrects yqur Sour, 1 Gassy, Ackl awaits RAILWAY EARNINGS Oct. Trnnk Railway traffic earnings from Oclober 7 lolJ: 191S, JU33.- Vou don't Vanl a sloiv remedy your stomach ,is tiii uucortalu j a harmful slomacA is too vajuablc; you must'r-l injnro U with drastlu ilritgs. JATieij, your im-als don't fit and lecl uEConifortable, when you bolch' gascj, acfris or raise sour, undigested i food. you feel luinys of tmli-1 geslion pnin, heartburn or lie.i'l.iclie I from acidity, just' catj n tnblH ofi Tape's anil the Flomucli i nccnlo know Ihe niagic of Papa's as an aiiloctd, They kn.ov; (hat nnd (Its- stomach arc so ncedlessrThu relict tunics quickly, no disappoint- ment! Kiiic's taslcs llko candy nnil-a box of luls world-famous hnligostlon relief costs eo lltllc drug Mores. 1'jipc's DlapopslD lieliis neutralize the .stomach ucfJa' so, you cajrcal v.-ithout GRAVBKHURST, Oril.f- The Canadian- Pacific' Railway Iraln bearlnE the Prince, a? Walea% from N'orth Bay stopped lie new" Grand Truiik sialion here this mpralng.at 9. o'clock for IS minutes All the pJbllc school children carrying nags were on Ihe platform lo cheer His Hoyal HIghHfiss. A Urge number of returned" officers from the MuskoXa Cottage sanllartnm'in the uniforms of their Various wllh sev- eral nurelDg sisters of the British and and relumed iera were the prince, who stioofe hands with "hem. HI3 Royal HiKhn'eaa requested Mayor children a lollday for ifie ,day-and was'cheered ,o the echo as the Irain pulled, oul, .he prince responding to s a fates jy raising his hat until the train was cut of sighL V r At BracetirldEe and.other towns along the route the, prince out Lo greet the people as'- the train passed." v Specials For Saturday and Monday Shoppers Many items of Seasonable Merchandise on sale Saturday and Monday nexl at prices considerably below present cost of manufacture. OTTAWA, Ocl. Btaied tbis morning thai tiie [ornial re- fiBnaiion or EniesO Lapolnte, as mcra. ter lor.Kamouraskii, hni tcon placed his handa. N Mr. I-npolnts will ba o candidMe In Ibe.Quebec East bye-eiecticm on Mon- Azj, OcL 11, Tbla makes Kimouraska the second vacaocy in addition to the eight neata In which" bye elections are o 'lahe place OcL 27. The olher !B wlilch be- ame vacant on (be'death or the late Ion. Frank Coclirane. FOR SALE! 5 ftittie 2-year-old Steers Fed bj Mr. Bert Graham Iroi Pricet from IB. up HolnburRer Sleak 120c per lb, KKestminstep Meat Market 31Q 13th Street Nortlr PRINCE TAGGED Out, Oct. Prince was 'tagged" Tvhlle on his horl Tlall lo Cobalt. The local branch. of tfie Navy League of Canada hf.d ar- ranged a tag and two ol Ihe >oung ladles partlcipallDg in Uic csm- lalpi hnnroached Ilia BOxal )llglmc3f, rto'capltulaleij. The prince attached .be royal autograph lo Uic cards of- fered by the ladles aid BS result Miss'Xorma and Miss Teresa Sopha liave Ihe visit ot His Uoyal to Cobalt MUNITION WORKERS RETURN QUKBEC, Oct. While Star- Dominion liner Canada, docked jicre yesterdny afternoon ol 6 o'clocl! with orer 000 -jiassengera. .Including mill- cirlluns, and their dependents. 18-INCH UNEd ROLLER TOWELLING Eilra hcary gualilv, will Rive best oi wear. On sale Salurday and Monday MEN'S COMBINATION UNDERWEAR Wool- finish rib in. cream shade. -Splendid weight and a. good .wearing line ot winter. underwear. Selling ai, per suit A LINE OF LADIES' VOILE WAISTS Irj sizes, late stales, portent in every way. On sale Saturday and Monday, a "1'QT each i ___ SILK POPLIN SKIRTS; A new liuq just to hand the makers, best styles In'shades, grey, brown, black. A Selling at, each DU UNION FLANNEL SHIRTING A Plalll-or tvlllul. llBhl ijud mcdiuin cloth that can.La used tor many diHcrcnt nn articles nr wear. Sale-Price, per ya'jjl- WRIGHTS HEALTH UNDERWEAR Men's Qecccil uombinalions. .The very best very light silver grey, silk rj'Qurid. Heculirx 56.00" line. Cn sale at. pei- tin MEN'S SCOTCH KNIT UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS.AND DRAWERS Pure Tiool HaL knit Scotch coinfortaole and warm. Kening nl per ga _ coinfortaole and warm. Kening nl per o nn garmeLt CATARRHAL DEAFNESS MAY BE OVERCOME If you have Cilarrbal Uesfnesa or hcaj aod ear nolsci or arc growing hard of'hearing go lo yotfr drugglsl act) tot-1 OQncc of Parmlnl (double and add1 to1 U Tint ol hoi water and a little granulated, me- zr. Take 1 (abletpoonftil fgur limes a ttT. This will alien -trine quick relief (rora' ths Altltcittng hsafl nolstf. Clogsed nostrils'should OKn, breath- IpE easy tie mucus ilop drooping Inlo It Is yeasy jrtnarft cpsH la fjlcas- anl Ui hij Calarrh al h'tit lattcs BhouM. [Ivt this preEcrlpidti a SPECIAL LADIES'WINTER COATS at 3 onVi Ladles' Clolh Coals, lafli year's ;3Lockr' aiics 36 ao'J 38 onlj-. Sold up lo J32.50. Clearing Saturday Morning at, only _ 8.75 ALE o 6 Fall Suits, nnvy, black pure -TFOol'sertiS sullH. last year's styles, excellent materials. iSllils llial sold Tor J10.00 and last, ueason. Sizes 36 and'38 Clearing at per suit laso WOOL GABERDINE DRESS .GOODS 42 Inches wide In CnpcoTniser., nlgRcr brown, nary ami 'dark 'preen. Worth per -I r A yard A pc. sale at per yard GIRLS'WOOL PULLOVERS Largo dollar and long nlocve. In emerald green trimmed white on collar cnfts, nnrl walsi line, Sizes Bach............................. .GIRLS' WOOL Slzca fi, ycare. Colors brown, navy, black and scarlet Clearing; them out st halt price And per pair uUC. ......MISSES'FUR SETS Klccirlficd Thibet. [lat. nnlmal scurf'aril rouml largo cnougli tor ylrla up to 16 years. Special 1 0 flft t I.OMV TAUPE .RABBIT FUR SET rape collar mil round muf[ ring fiolder, dill sailn llnctf. a set scllablo oy rtrt lor misses or women: 1'rir.e, por sol LI.VV MISSES' BADGER Animal shaped ncclipiecca, pillow muff In .nal- ura! fur. B good tcl llial.oO CA. will beat of wear. I'ricc, per ECl.. .ifc.ilW THE SIMPSON CO., LTD. ;