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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 'The Herald's Page of Live Local News ttbe fcetfobrtCS -Berate All The Local News Where You Expect It MONDAY, OCTOliKli 20, 191'J ALUfc'HTA. r'AUE SF.VKN H. J. Johns Tells Audience Here Hie Story or the Strike Brand tug tbe goverunieul. ifie ticcu- llvcs of the Internationals, the press W Canada, and the press tin general, boiujj In league with the employers la crush tho aims of labor, Mr. It. ,1. Johns harangued a somevrhnt qicagrc Audience at the Starland Theatre on Sunday night, The speaker Is one or Ihe leaders Implicated in the lati- Blrlko are out on ball availing rriiil In Xov'en'iber for seditious con- KpiMcy. He took the view that (lie charge against anil ihe others was nothing more serious (ban Ihat nf preaching "working class philoso- which .Lad been preached from labor platforms for the past leu years. Tha action, lie stated, was Leken in That In comparison to audiences of other days there werfe dudltnces of lens'of thousfliids and (he authori- ties were afraid ot Iho progress Arid the determination of lha movement tKitl now going on, O. B, U. Stril Afive The slrlko in Winnipeg, Ihe speaker a .rlclorious one in npile rjf Tvuat had happened, as It re laled (o tho jcadftrs. Ho traced Its Inceptlb'Q (0 (ho strike a. year ago b> the employe'es of ifao citf of Winnipeg Tvhen lht ciric iiuth'orilieS rtfusei Idem ihe right Id strike, lie referred lo ihe famous coriTcntlo'h In Calgarr Tvheii Eh.6 O.D.U. was lauiiclt ed find staled ihal hi or dm bM though it hag been is by no mean! dead, and that U.ivds strong pr In ihe Sfefcs. In Wirinipei tbe was not killed and ii vroot of this he showed his audienc cd-op- crailbri of tUe.eiecddve of tho Inter- jialfouil Wileon In the otter M itri fdiir cents And the prOml.-c (o mfl toll of living, The (Mr, Joling __.. preMed aCjioffi and (o gito tbo correct On ft 3 In regard io Ihe Winni- peg It Wfls, flSBerted. In IcafQA wlltf the authorltlei. His ar- The police court, oil Monday inoni- ig, was a'like ol Industry as a result E the activities of the city police. There -were no less than nlnft individ- ala up before the magislralc on var- ons rfiargos. L Amongst cases was which is lonsidererl to be a clue to (ht; hurglary n Ihe Scolfand WoDllcn Mills oofc plate oii August 27lh last. As a cquel tti Mils, Flynii ajipeareil on ho charge alleged against liUn bf th'o bett of two Bulis ot clothes and other clothln'g amounting lo the value of :Ja2, stated by Manager Crozlcr to" late been tafccn (rom tho store. The iolicc likvc been working oh (hla ;pr Some tinic and in'fr arrest ot Flynri ras .tlie result. The accused was re- n'aiidctl oii ball to appear again on fccr 2-ltb. HMef RobherV- Tlie Ift'o mcp, Jesse Lacfener ant] i. Miller, who are iii custody on Ihfe alleged charge ot Ihe sum of the pqckcls ot M..L. Druco while he %vas asleep in ihe Alexandra were aho remanded tintil the 24th. fntoxlcated i offenders appeared under the Liquor Aat. These were J- O'Brien and P. Ohnschanh. The torriier was !5 and costs and Iho latter, who was found in (be sUte alleged while driving a car, wasf fined anii costs. Clavef Forgery A clever (ofgery of Ii ?L bill lo ap- came to light iii arrest of I.e'allc Brciit, a vag. who had what is sfatcft to ho a second offence prefer- red against him of being In possession of a forged hnnfc hntc. Accused ivas remanded to October 3Ul. A raij on Iht; Vrmfonib Cafe, Eighth Strfect South, brouRhl Q. TJyc- hars before- Ihe MftEiBlrate on the -charge ol keeping n.- bawdy house. With hinl apriR.ired Leo Kec-for bolng follnfl Iii the fiame arfd Lull Creamer, Whiltaker, for the sanie of- fence. All parties were remanded un- til tomorrow, Tuesday, of (he bfiUcry arc prepared lo such a dinner. .Al! members of the "Siily-Kirsl" :ire urged to hu jiresclif at meeting when plans will be formed. U. S. CREDIT IN ITALY Hchvecn .100 nnd 500 FA-peeled For Sessions on and Till Driver J. Mnlacko. However, u, U''ii in Hospital ith a Broken lly noibing short of a miracle .Mrs. J. 11. AlcKwan and lic-r infant daufihter wiUioui a scratch, [o say noth- ing of their llres. In u serious motor a ride wills her daujhier in i car hired from Slvery aud driven liy John MnlaeKu. The car wa> inafc- Inj? the sleep hill, knotvn as Cramer's hill, named after Ihe niiitli. and which ie a rormftiablr one as autci drivers are avvare. About iho (up uf the hill the driver losi tonlrol of thr car. and it was speedily ii.s May donn the hill at a Overturned Twice On Its way down ihv tar lurnei] iur- in no way ihe u-orac after what they had gone ihroueh. The drlrer. bow- ever, did HUE escape so easily; he sus- Ulnfil a broken Jaw and etveral about iho and it at first severe Internal injuries. Mr. C'riigcr came to the TOFLUU and brought taken li> fiali Hospital, whfiyhfc was the required attention. An fnr as Is huuwu at present, he Is favorably. Tlie tar wad i nccidcni which look place Hiinday afterDIXJU nbuiit six niilrs of Ihe! tie twice ami final] JlcKw.iu. ivtio ttvnf the Allifrla! Apartmciiis on 3rd Arc. S.. was out I'orl MfHwau anil her daughter on iu Mr. Trager's residence nuil I duwn steep ihert until anoilicr car t-anie cutbank. .Mrs, McKwan had a lerrililt i out from thf CJIT and feiuhed iheny experience as the car was making Usjhume. ltitwTOii lif'O and teachers will entertiiiicj in the city oil Tiiurs- day and Friday. Nov. Ctli and 7th. lo .ittchil Ihe Southern Alborfa Toxcls" Assot'tatlon convcntfon which will he i belrt in chnrcli on those elates. The officers of Ihe nro: W. J. Low of C'ardslon; 5IJ55 Hiurman uf f.eth- hridgc; sccrelarj'-lrtcissnrcr. J. A. Dav LclUliriJBe; cieculivc. Inspec- tor M. B. l-azerto of Mack-od, Ins tnr O, Wllflamd of Canlslon, hisncctor Hcotlleld of Fcrqbiosl, Iiippector Kob- p.rts of Let Ii bridge, and Normal V Illack ot There will bn two sessions Thursday anrt on Friday. Al (he Fridny evening sion Hon. Oeo. P. Smith will deliver a Icctarc. WASHINGTON. Oct. (Ttdit of lo Italy was announced today by Iho treasury, mnfcins 91.G20'.- nclvanci'd lo thai country, ami a iolal of lo all allies. Two Nice Lilies Fresh Toddy- SpPiil] Chickens Oysters Phone oarl.r in Hie moruhiK if you would like oitlier. The Vancouver Fist Market Coaldale Phone Food Control Llcenil Applied For. NOW- Is the time lo call us about that fire insurance. DELAY WAV MEAN DISASTER THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd, Balmoral Lethbridge 651.- STANDARD AUCTION MART We have been instructed by R. G..Reels, Esq., 01 Sifton Boulevards, Elbow Park, to sell by Auction AT SALESROOM 310-8th Avenue West, Calgary (WHERE THE GOODS HAVE REMOVED FOR CONVENIENCE OF.SALE) ON Thursday j Friday and Saturday Next October 23yd, 24th and 25th CLUB CAFE We Serve Ihe Best 35c Meal in (he tiltr. Quick Sen- ce. Our Coffee and French Pastry K is DitfercnL ALL OF THE Superior Contents and Well Made Appointments the above residence comprising OLD OAK AND ANTIQUE ENGLISH MAHOGANY. FURNITURE, PLATED AND SILVER GOODS, ENGRAVINGS, PRINTS, PAINTINGS, large number'ot gorgeous ORIENTAL RllGS together with a large'quantity. of HAND WOVEN LINENS PATTERSON-BELL GRAIN CO. Are now booking orders for car lots, oil cake meal or nutted cake: also government free freight hay and feed at rcrriiirkabfe loW prices. 'Get busy. Phone 1 Urbn Bank Chambers, Lethbridgc. 2CO-0 -I- -i- V SPLENDID RESULTS OF SATURDAY TAG DAY Tho LeLhbfhleo Cliilflrcn's AU Soc- iety wish lo extend tlielr grateful up- lo the clii7-cn3 tor their very gcncrons' response in thn day campaign on Saturday. Tho Splendid sum ot was col- Icctcil, and na this is a record amount lor a (BE in the city o( o.clcljr tcol assured thai tlicir aioi In oliiicavorhig lit have tho Children's movcii has the endorsallon ot real W43 Id keep down (he hbor more cltlxens 6( The leaders In Ike Winnipeg ilg'ni for freedom rmrltfy Tht 1mm Grip Influenza "Laxative Bronte Quinine Tablets" sure you get tbe Genuine Look for this signature on tbe box. M Tho success ot the campaign TVAS largely due. id tho splendid gorYlcca ot Iho follovfng ladles' organizatlonB of the city who worked unllriogly lo at- lalD Uio results whk-K hard hectl ntb- Wonicn'p Civic Cldo. Matiicsls Club, i Sir Alexander Gait i. 0. Major JacX (loss Choptef I. 0. H. Sklkotokl Chapter I. O. D, 1-oeal douncll Of Wqmfrn, C. T. IT., Nursing Mission, Teachers' A1- Ilefico. AVc also wiftli to thank Ihc press for Iho able In ivhlch thtiy prcaerit- cn (ho case for Lh6 And thn IT of the Hoy a I Dank for valuablo lalancn. (Sfrnctl) E. J. SEFIU Prcaldent. BAKROWMAN, Sec.-Trcag. E. A. EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO LEAVES TO'ATTfeND HOSPITAL CONVENTJON leaves today tot Kdhiontofp, whore ht iirlll presMp over the flnl vcntloti ot tlie or the province, lo lift htltl" on Wed- nesday and will] Ihc aim of liospf- Inls and litStiunlonfl allioil to hnspllftla In Alhcrld. WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank KNOX CHURCH I.EO, JAN and'MlSCHEL HERNIAVSK i UNDER AUSPICES THE KNOX CHURCH CHOIR at 8.15 p.m. Admiialon plus w4r UK. TlckeU from members of Iiicluiiing one cxcepU'onally fine OLD OAK COURT CUPBOARD richly carved with pil- asters and conJUioo; 6nc OAk oTAfs'D- ING BUFFET, richly carved In GottiK: siylt; One OLD OAK DINING TABLE, v.Mth turned ami carved il5f> ninl slrap work, ir. fiilR c'bntii: tion; one exceptionally rare JacoTicin GATE LEG TAaLE In good of 6ae very fiiiP OLD DRESSER; one heautiful'OLD OAK BUFFET ivllh iiilrror beck and wrought Iron" liaiidleA; one very rare OLD OAK CHINA CUP- BOARD richly carvtd with an old brass fated IlKed in'cetitre jrahej iii good elate of iireservallou; oi.o OLO dAk CHESt richly carTrd. one set M OLD 6AK DINING CHAIRS nf Swrdish dc- Eign nutl-ficbiv. carvel; unfe stl B OLD OAK DlHlNG CHAIRS fjiicftn design ivilh seats covered in rcdniorocM JeHther; ofic set fl OLD oAk CHAIRS, Chlyliendulc "dCfligii Tvlih heals covefcd iy morocco leallier; une Tnry hnndsomc OLD OAK HALL SEAT wild hox and TCQ' richly cnrrcd) oiic OLD OAK GRANDFATHER CLOCK with pain I- cd dial dating about 17SO in g'ooil going onlerT on? vciy fit.fi OLD OAk WRITING DESK; one cxcop- tlohnlly flue 36LIO SIDEBOARD lEarly carvCu and filled with mirrdrS; SOLID MAHOGANY fNLAlD CHEST OF DflAWERS; orlo vcty lieautlfnl Rherjtoti IN- LAID BUREAU, a verr rare ju'eco In fine condition: one OLD SOLID MAHOGANY BUREAU dale design) in KOOI! condttlort; one very fllis Kafly Viclpriani SOLID MAHooANV SIDEBOARD, ah ts- cecdlngly nice piece; one eilrerriely handsome C- uicce DRAWjNG ROOM SUITE (n tleectrtood (Hirlr Victoria) copHpfislng.liatnMoine lablfej jelte.fi, and 4 arm chalrj, bcautltiilly covered In rarft OLD FRENCH TAptStftY and in first condi- prelly Apiece SOLID WALNUT SUITE comprising ccnlre1 nhd 3 very pretly chairs'with cane bacfcs and seals: one large over nirai' chntr cbrcrCil In corded vclour; 2 large .nverstuffcd cttfllrs covered in leather; one p.tlr ditto chair anil rocker covered In rPat Icaincr; 'one hahdaome 3-nl4ce cjTCrstuffed lirlng TUorn suite rocnprlslng chnlr ond rockeh. core re J In first class laficatry; otic solid quarter cilt oak Tvriffng onc-.tlHfo bookMse 2 sol- id Infaiil dialra UpholRtbrcd and covered iii art Rllk; une very handsome iralnlil hcrH-nciu suite cornprlsir.g exceptionally haiidEuniR chirfonlcr, 2 chflfrs. bfidfltenfljk coinfilete wllli Euro, lioan fiprlnp and heavy nil WOD! inaUrn.ifii ano very flnfe brass complete wllh IJDJI siirlnjf nnd hravy nil ivool mattress; 3 other Ijcd- hiomlg Rftrlngfl nnd 'L while enamel bedsteads complete with :ind one pair ivalniit chair flnrj focker will? wflhnil commuJn; 2 Oilto HMhlognny with ono IAI (ne'e onk dressers log( cuu-i bedroom furuUitro. ORIENTAL RUGS Citie gorfcdoiis DfJkAHA size ll'i; blili Mlremel.f Imnitsomc KEHMArV nUO. !u 13; cue lienullful Iare6 ANATOLIAN hU6, 3 f! 7 111 hj- 11 fl. 1 lu-! ono luhdsorao TURKEV RUO( 11 (I; 6 In. hy 1C (t. G 111.) one do TUFfKEY, trKv surt.icc oak trnrclroSe wllh inlrrur; 2 oBk clres3en Jogefticr wllh a lol ol 7 fl. II by 10 tL S one MOUSSEL nig. li [I. 4-in. liy 4 It. o ill.; one BELAukSfAN rug. a fl. E (n. hy a (I. 7 in.; one KAZAC, B II. 0-In. by 1 tL In.; oi.c ANATdLlArV fug, 3 it. S in. bj S II. 4 in.-, ono.TURKEY, 4 fl: 3 in. hy 7 ft. 2 In.; une PERS- IAN rlig, 3 tl. 2 in. by S ft. 4 one KAZAC rllg, fl. S in. JIT 0 II. 4 In.: oi_e rt-fy ARAB. IAN nf, 3 tl. II in. by Ij tL S iii.; brio ANATOL; IAN rug, 1 in. iiy 3 fl. 0 III.; oho KAZAC, 3 fi. 9 in. liv S fl. 0 in.; OIID OEREVArJ, 7 tl. S in. bj1. 4 (l. A in -.one BUGEH, 7 II. 7 in. by 4 fl. V iii.; onti KAZAC, 7 tl. 3 Hi liy J it. S'111.; ono TURKEY, 2 II. ir. ty 5 fl. i in.; ono ditto, fc fl. 3 In. liy S fl. 6 in. one dtlto, :l II. 0 in.; fcy Ii onC flilto. 4 ii- In. by 3 Ii. 0 in.; qnt MbUSSEL, O [t. 3 in. lir 4 H.' 0 in.; one BELAUKESTAN, 5 II.'3 in. bv 3 ft. 7 in: one KAZAC, S II. 1 In. by 3 5 in.: logcliiiir with a nilinlicr of English Axralilsler auJ WIKon nlea i'l various flzc.s muklLf fl collection very IiMrt! to CJlTl. .OLD CHINA 2 hantlsomc CHELSEA ligiires; G Slaffo.'tkl Iro figures; 3 handsome DRESDEN vases; one very old llalini'] MnjolEca jug; 2 sjilcnilfd cbpT'PT' S7 pieces genuine Spodc chiiin; 17 pieces Old Kng-'. Ilili wHlcur naltcnr chinri (blue and Diap- nificenl old niilcli Blue find .White (linger jara (vcty 2 vases dlUo; 16 pieces ftoYAl, CROW'N [JERBY chlria; 7 plfeces M1NTON chit a; 5 pieces hoVAL DOULTON; 73 picca PreiicTi llmogo din- 'nor service; lipavily plfccei dinner scrvlcb iu cdridltion; B pieces" .MasOn's sloneware. chfhfl: one dliiiitr sefyltcj'2 tcii strTlcc.'i .irld H Inrge qlianlltv of olher Therd wit] nlso lie sold n coin plots SfiL of glassware dbDut 120 nieces all hf high ciaS3JqiialJty_ SILVERWARE One verx hfAiitifiil plalcil ten rerflce plsce.-! practlrjilly-new; one flnlcd coffee scrfhtc; one lurfio Uhlcen uf cullcry; nllc plttt6il (anUhu Vlth cut jjlaSs 6ne tlateJ coffee percolator oa do logelhfcr wllh n lArgc qilniiMty of very gaatl Tiilscellainioua plalcd fravc nrld c'iltlcrv; one very IfnncUurnC iiilrror Mill plated (rain5; bnc beautiful wnll clock Irf pill frame; 2 Iftrgfe tiUhnitsc bCattil' hrass plagues; 2 I'eralntl piatuls; 2 fcuclr.g ftvrordS; 2 Oilrka'knite.i and VflrlouA oltier plc'teji of old nr- LINENS Tho linen Is nil ol Inn rery finest hand wovfth nrul practically new comprising pairs ot full sheets; 11 hfautffiil table '126 20 pain {ilildvc slips; 21 n-Nllo llrldrl Aprons; 21 .blue dlllu; r> eEdenlovvns; 3 fiaTr.i nil ttool blanketHj 7 3 pairs large fjortlerca; 0 ?Qlrii hqnullful I face ciirlnins; 6 pnlra ilovrn pUlowfl ai tl KGVcnlt ulCrcs odd (apcelry and other mlscel- lanMius linen; oric aUrrlcj-'Otforf! (Chdhceilor) f> holu cook elOTC; kllchcn cabinet and a largo ojlanllty of Hatful Ifllchcii Them will also be offered 2f( pictures, all high logtlher will] 2 tlpflght grand plahoa and t prgEklii Kntfllsh saddles. auctioneers itlsll to call ihp spCclnl allciulon of cvefyopje Irtfrjslcil in OLD FUHNITUHE and' ORIENTAL RUGS, lo (Ms very iALE iig IHcy tccl-cdiilldclit thai Mils ahsolulely Iho largest sale of Its klijd ever held In Alhcria and well worlli Ihc. flll'ullol: ot every colltrlor. TERMS CASH. oN VIEW MONDAY, TUESDAY AND FURTHEn PARTICULARS OF THE STANDARD AUCTION MART Phone M 1010 and 310 8th Art, W, Alberta, ;