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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUTVTEEX THE LRTnumnC.K DAILY HKHALU. OCTOHKn 31, 1910 rnsoinjnTO EDISIffllS al inidnight acconllnj lo groups, FdiilaAlini. chairman of tha swing, miuers' InlenuMonal si-ate eommlUeo. would niAko no further comment ttmcerolDE the Injunction. which was lisuod at Indianapolis this morn lug ngalusL the at Lewis Silent MO1SES, Iowa. Ocl president! of ihe IOTSI 'dls- iricl, Viiilel WorYers ot Amer- ica, said he had no (o uiafce i ihe sltuaUoa in wliet j InfjrccJ ol iho temporary Luju.ucMU3 i agilLsi the la sued at In- By 3 o'clock It was in lull SALT LAKE CITY. Vlan. i tods? against IhP action ol thp govern- The Blriks of L'tah roti coal mteen In pblalnlne en tnjunccltn in the ichedulod (or insight was de- .-lared off In a. rwolvcrt by Jobrr UMner Jmni Joaa 1.. lxv.vis, preMdfnt ol lb-' Order Retclndtd Some Places YVA51MNOTON, On. J.1- ier.1 ol labor uas rulviiwd loJay ih6 cc3l strike order had beon iiU-J in napkins. Webster anil liar. vC-jni'rs. Kt'fciuelLy. com- is" ono-Iuif Wijiifru Kcn- sirM Asul v.OOO TVJE- Secretary Proposal Mlnen; SPRINGFIELD. Die.. Ocl 5'imlnj: a defiant atdtiifle lha r 01 ere cent's :o stop by Uon ihe of ?oit coal miners, .or the scale committee anii luuay the "rtriXc hid developed Into sonjetrlaj; rr.ora than a. and thai it allemi1! to ot the coal s-tr'ke- Lev'ii Protects INUIANAFOL1P. led., vioj ol the lujuGcliou WIB hart 03 Creep and serial other f officials and members or the esrcuuve I of Viti'Vica t> board ai ualoa c tew! ,v-ljch' rVficlfrr Jcvu minutes before isooa. vis HUlo :v wa? ihai nonMhan nn-houTalifrJuflpo esrcjilre rccon- the order. dictated'Lhe following son vicin. cienl: j ln "I regarj the Usurer of this la-! as-Lhe DIOSL sweeplog fttro-l' .MIJan of ihs rights ol citizens, "PX, Oei an teed under.the nni do- flned by statutory law that lias "I Jont there Is any poirer hocn Issued'by any ccur. Thla on earth ihat stop the miners from Instrument will cot avert, the strike of goln" on Flrikp bituminous mine1 wdrkers aud will nol ihp Ftrlke aiior It occurs. The iDi'jnctlDu only lo a (ur- Vlotates Union Kiohti WASHLXGTONV OcL tion ot Labor offirUla declared today lha Injunction ihe rlfihls of union tabor and the iiilaers woulil have thoir throughout to dissolve the lijuncllon. ilr. 1'aimer reiterated ttat Iho govern- ment was proceojing solely agulnst one union, which, he declared, was trriag to rlolate the lie said tho rlfihl to strike was not InrolvcJ. Ssrauel GoiTipehs, proslfltfQt of the. (elcrailon, did not tho deleft Ion. bui an enEagempni was nude for htm to fee Ihe iitorney-gira- pnl later in the day. of the four railroad lurluillnR Wdrroa 3. Stone, grand chief ot tho engineers, ft'id L. EL ShcprerJ, prcsfJent of the or. Jar Bccompanled tho delfea- !u-ii. Their presonco was taton -is la- rli.Milnic that altauuph not afllllated the federation, iho brother hoods would Rlre Ihr'r powerful support to nctlou union labor might lake. H Is understood that Ihero TV III be :m ch-mpe In iho poltry fo Iho Rovera- ir.cnl as n result of Ihe renrcscntaUona of ibe union men. er the whole wag hope of licu eaid. "The action of Lhe only Inflame Iheni. The quDitlon ___ Involved row is Tvhethcr -thcr deereo tha iircblems contained la And women have the right lo stride an of Ihe controversy." they think they hava CSUEO to Miners Determined SPRINGFIELD. Ohio. OcL tarraination of tbe nation's soft coal rr.lnprs to slrlte hris reached n posl- do so." Protest Injunction WASHINGTON. 'Oct. ...........____ ___ of Ite American Federation of Lr.bor I lion tvhera It Is beyond the power ol to Attorn5T-Gencral Palmer any force to prevent tho cessation of ONE-THIRD OFF ALL TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS. will. In ihe piriie siiua- ilon In the ilis- u-iot, cHtcials of the Uniicd illiie M'orlers ot said ihls aiicr- uoon- preparations are fllons Rnd tho men will quit as schc- vas Hie word 7.'hich the offlre ot PrflslJeui Phillip JIc- Kansas Miners To Quit ClllCAfiO.OcC min- ers working [n tho Kansas dLslrict ot the United Mine Workers ol Amer- ica will strike as planned, despite the Injunction issued at In- (Jianapolls, Alexander Howarl, flent ot the Kansas said here today. "We'll call ibelr. bluff. The strike can't be he snid. Colorado Miners Quitting WASHINGTON, Colo., walkout of coal miner? st.irted in this dislrict this afternoon. By 2 oclock 105 mea had left their work, taking Ihelr tools Tvtth them. As the men swung out ot the workings they ap- peared at the company offices to get their time. The movement staried at 1 o'clock: Then miners began to leave in small your head like a basket of broken need Rev. Fathers Charles and Jas. Long War Service Record CONDUCT MlSSJOiNS IN ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH THE REAL TEST of home baked food comes vyVien second helping is offered. The appear ance, texture and taste of food raised with MAGIC BAKING POWDER is bound to be pleasing arid satisfactory in every sense. Magic is arv econom- ical and healthful leayener, and because of its uniformity in strength and results, has justly earned its repu- tation of being Canada's Perfect Baking Powder. Send name and address for free copy of "Thje Magic Way" containing selected recipes, many pf which are illustrated in colors. E. W. Gillett Company Limited. Toronto. Canada BUY VICTORY BONDS LA. SCOTT 407 Fm st., s. RUGS ARE IN DEMAND NOW A3 THE DAY IN AND THE WEATHER GETS COLDER, INDOOR ENTERTAINING BECOMES THE ORDER. OF THE DAY. HUGS ABE AMONG THE THINGS THAT MANY HOUSE- WIVES fONTEMPLATE PURCHASING TO '3ET THE HOUSE IN ORDER. IN THIS RESPECT THE SPECIAL PRICING OF OUR hUGS WILL ENABLE INTENDING BUYERS TO SATISFY THEIR NEEDS AT A MODERATE OUTLAY. WILTON RUGS 9x12; regular reduced to .SicIOVz, regular reduced to regular reduced to AXMINSTER RUGS reduced to 9x9, regular to regular reduced to Stomach or bowel dis- order poisons the bleed and thus irriUtes ihe rest of the ef An7 in World. z, SSO'.OOVreduced to 9x9, regular reduced to regular reduced lo 575.00 556.50 L. C. TEEPLE EVERYTHING IN FURNITURE Dominion Lethbn'clge I BUY VICTORY BONDS I fin1! Wizard Oil a Reliable, Antiseptic Preventive Durir.R influenza epidemics spray the nose and throat several limes a day with one part Wizard Oil and parls water, usintr an atomizer. ]f you haveit't an atomizer, gargle Ihe throat and smirt mixture up the nose. This treatment sets up an antiseptic wall of dcftnst against germs- Chest colds and Sore throat icau lo grip. Stop them at once with Oil before they can develop inlo dangerous influenza, Get it irorA druggists for If not return, the bottle and get your money tick. Ever constipated or sick head- acVie? Juil try Wizard Liver pleasant little pink pills, 30 c at drug- gists. Guaranteed. Two rf tho most distinguished Catholic chaplains in the Canad Expeditionary Force will be heard Lethbrldge nest week when llev. Capl. Charles A. Fallon, Jlllitary Cross, aille QP Leopold, and HST. Capt James P, Fallon, open a mission In St. Patricks Church. Father Cius. Fallon Tvas In the service two years and fire weeks. Two years he spent on the French battle front. Father James Fallen, his brolhpr. was In khaki more than Uiree years. N'est week Father Charles Fallen will conduct a mission for children. Sundsy the 9th. a week's mission for women will open al St, Patrick's and the ireek following the mission will be for men. The iwo prlcsU will alter- nale instructions and sermons. Father Chas. Fallon .was attached to Ihe llth Brigade. Belore he en- listed he was a member or the lacul- ly the Catholic University nt Washington. D, C. He took parl ta the fighting at Yiaiy Ridge and during the last hundred days at Amiens, "Mo :Ic spent "a on the Vimy front. Won Military Cross. He was awarded1 the. Military Cross 'or gallantly un'der lire at the Arras show. He was among the first to 1 jring out wounded men and did so yilh total disregard for ni-s oiru life. The Belgian Medaillc de Leopold I was awarded him hy King Alhert of 3elgmm for serrlce to klhe stricken Han population ol that countrj-, Fallon said he valued Iho Belgian honor more highly because U was In recognition of greater eerrlce. The M. C, came lo him !or a mad dasblns exploit conceived on the. spur of the momenl. "Anyono would have .c 1he 2nme was all he would say about It. The two priests -will he bnsy with missions In Saskatchewan, Alberta and Urlttiii Columbia until neit May. They commenced Ihelr. tour the. first week In Rcptemher, leaving their headquarters at Buffalo, M.Y. CllfirgC Made By Feed Maiiufac- for scrccninga he could get them nl turing Settled Amicably and tbat these concerns refused to ,nrc Interested, that tbe price sell him grain ?creei [ha Canadian FccJ CUT THIS OUT OLD ENGLISH RECIPE FOR CA- T-ARUM, CATARRHAL DEAFNESS AND HEAD NOISES WIXXIPEG, Oct. at a combine existed between ccr :ain terminal' grain elevator concerns nny o( ihc firnis. The case against the elevators, us outlined by H. M'hltla, K.C., counsel lor the board, was that, mp.nufaclurc-ts or Teed am not gel screenings be- cause Ui D.V a re tupped out ut t fi B country Lo concerns In the United Stales in vrlilch the ttnninal elevators ten into tUo tvldctica In. which they ploOectl thcmealTDs (o sell bini Ecrccn- Ingd a I ninrXet prlco on Application, i.Thc JuJga considers (he Question nuik- sctlleil. .Mr. Plihltdo urged tint the ques- tlou ot any embargo be dc- uiili) nfier (be confDrenca of grain Interests called, by tha govern- ment to meet hero Nov. 4 and 5, IH eld. H woulU threw further light on tlio subject from all aniilcs. tciiiK o( farmers, grain men antl government represent nil Tu- Company for manufacturing purposes, mndo by R. J. Henderson, agent for the feed manufacturing company, was vigorously denied by Isaac Pilblido, representing1 seven ele valor compan- ies, before Juflge chairman ot !ho board of commerce, today. He de- clared, that any Mr. Henderson was prepared to pay the market price nings noedcrt by is unfair and artificial, not COTerned by the law of supply and dc- .Tudge Kobson pointed out that the of Teeil was a vital factor in, the cost of living mul1 urged the men to consider the country's uetJ tlou the ciuesllon. A promise ol the representatives of all tho elevators stated by Mr. Henderson to havo re fused lo sell him sL-rcenings was writ-was continued. MRS. RAYMOND BOBBINS PRESIDENT, WORKING WOMEN WASHINGTON, OcL Ray- mond Rohjjlns, ol the United. Slates delegation, was elected president ot tho International Congress ot Work' ing Women here today. Olhrr oTttc- crs chosen were: Swartz, Sinlcs. First Bpuv- icr, France. Second Vice-prcsidont KaUicrlna Canada. Third asiuJr, Poland. pIscuEslon of the eight hoar lift' Jn deciding tslatc of Kelly Green Is not taxable In New York, Surro- -Michael Oil, O.S.D., has been chosen aa abbot of MucnsCer lo E cted the Doerher. Tirenty-tbrflR cars of apples will be slilpped Ir.'nn Willow Poiflt, B.C., to Gb.ssjOK, EicotTin'l, season. i __ The hospital authorities al Kolowna hare railed the cily council to Bid m securing an X-ray plant. TurnJng a crank makes a nctr can opener cut tho lop entirely out of.a can. ifltter 'Most'Mat- Kerr Quality Fruits and Vegetables lie 50c 20c Grajie Fruit, each Lemons, SunkCst, dozen Grapes, Ih. choke Tokays, Pumpkin, Squash, Veg etablt Marrow, -nj It. you know of sonw on-2 Trho Irnubled wilh Catairnal Deafness, licai noises or ordinary ralarrh tut out Tormiila ami hand it to and you nifty lifive been" Iho meang of saving Fomc joor sufferer pcrhairs (rom tglal reafncs3. In Er.Klantl xclrntiata for a Ions lime past Jiavn rccognizetl that catarrl la a disease nnd necessarily reiulrc-s (onslllulionil Ircalmenl Uoolh Bay, Mass., has B minister Sprarn'intelcrs and douches between out In a- are liable to irritate the delicate air boaL Ust week one trip and forcft the disease Into iho middle ear frequently tclpl deafness, or else the dlaep.'i'j msy be Ariv-yi tlor.-n aJr a4 oangerous. The follovana formula is us5i in the (lamp cllma'e gave him !2oO for his share. A 70-year-old negro ol Ixo Ancles ias been slowly turning white 1805, and now shows rcry lltttn trace ot ever havlr.g been black. lo t and sboulrt provo here who live HENNESEY6t WILSON 1UY VICTORY BONDS'. under more favorable climate condl- condilioaa. Secure from your 1 ounce f ol Parmint (Double .strength.) Take [thfs home and add lo 11 U plnl of hoi water and a little granuUicil sugar; 9llr until riiasoKetl. Takft one teaspoontul four tlme.1 a day. This will often bring QiiIcK relief Irrrn distressing hear! noises, Irllg should breathing become eaay and hearing improve as the In flammallon' In the cuslachlan lubci ,la redlicdd. Parmint used In ihla vra> acls dlrocMy' upon its blno.-I nnri mucous of iho system and has fonlft action that hclpj to ob- tain the desired re.iullai The prepar- ation la easy lo mafcn, coals Illtlo and is irleaaant to lake. Kvcry person who hoa calarrh or nolsfia or hard of hearing should i a trial.--Advert, The Liberty league an op- DortunKy lo present It3 views rcftanl- the Federal Government's I'rohl- bilion DHL Married again Just 1-5 mlnules alter he had frefid from one wifo la the speed record of Gco, Kchefbc, a as Artglea photographer. John Galllah, age i, was sentenced lo iwclrc years In Ihe pcflKe.ilarr on three counls of Mayor Ooss a leller from Admiral JIalsty stating that c-npr was nol innJutleiJ Jn Ihe Prince of Wales Illneracy. arc barred from Cairiden, N. hhlplmlEdlug plant, em- ploylne men. Offfclala cla'm when n woman through Ihere Is ?c thlg trcalmeni: o( work; tbe men w 1.95 65c SOc 65c 85c 19c 15c SOc 25c 20c 34c 28c Comb Honey, Airline lln- CA f.r liranri 25c Tea Garden Grape Kruil Marmalade, per Jar Tea- Garden Orange Mar- malade, per jar Tea Garden Quince Pre- serves Tea Garden Sage Honey............... Campbell's Tomato Soup, new season's Clark's Soups, assorted flavors, cacti......... Green Tomato Relish, per quart sealer Welsh JUreblt, per LI a per lln Sliced Pineapple, per tin -Apricots, OoH Uar, per (in Celery, D, C., 2 Ibs. tor Cucuratfirs, Hot HOUEO.............. Oranges, per dozen, Frc-sh 2 Jars, for................. Green TomaloeSj per lb............... Mclntosh fled Kc. 1, Jonathan- Apples, No. 1 hoi Apples, nol wrapped, case Crabapples, 3 Ihs. for................. Seeded larger pkg.......... Kahob flaking Powder, regular SOc. Thl3 week iUC Ground Sweet Almonds, per lln............ Ten, Rtd nose, per Puffed per pkg............, Brooms, Clean Sweep, each Vegetable each PJano and Furniture Dua'ers, each Van Camp's Clam Chowd- -1 n cr, rcr tin IOC Vau C-atup's Chill Sauce, per lln.............. Mnzola, n pure salad anil -1 cooklnj; oil, C5c anil Honoy, Korr'.i I'uro I'j'nt each Quart -Bcnlor.i, nnch 1.70 42c 40c 75c 15c 75c each Curtis' Sntiwdakc Ore me, por lln .......i.....r.... Del Pork and ricana. 2 tins........ New Season's Prunes, llns, ready (o ECrro, each Maple Syrup, HOtllCfl 90c 1.70 2.50 iniullnw 25c 25c KMllOO 1.70 85c r Maplfe llns, S5c an( Silgarhouao brand, pound thg, each.............. Turn Cano Jlnlngsca, per holllfl......... Corn Syniji, qutvrt sealers, uliir SOc, this week New Cancmlierl Cheeso, per lln California Portland Aril- cliokea, por lln...... 25c a, ros- 40c 75c 65c YOU AFIE CORDIAALY IN- VITED JO VISIT THE DEM- ONSTRATION OF.' KLIM, EVAPORATED %1ILK, NOW ON, GEO. KERR COMPANY Family Grocers Purveyors to the Royal Housekeepers of Southern Alberta BUY VICTORY BONDS ;