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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRID6E DAILY to of the t> take torrtWriir? hie liottponei) until, Mon- reaton. thijMeiders of prefiejit time In DrunihtUvr' ar> tht Chrtt. I and MItihtH ofVMcotnw. meeting In n ordte-fto put heatf InAo thttn to get tfllng.'-'- Ttpjattuiten In Dnimtwlttr the''exception mjne of the ,Northf Apv cr'Ican-. Collieries there, the resO j ..'Jf theiWorksrq In1 the., mints are adventuring OR a strike. ''A'cogHqjth'i'wheelyof the strike eventuiilrjg prfMnt'tlrrje li that the have refused to O.B.U. This hat ,-mtint'-'tht curtal-' treat, ofvtjte funds, of O.B.U. Ttie-opfnion held la that the. threatened strike will out and that the mlnen wilt decjire te' keep the In the ctty saying that the whole thins would come to au end In 1922, The prime minister aElcc.d -Mr. Til- ey to state hk view of the argument advanced that tho passenger rales should been njade permanent. What'woiifd the effect'tuve beea had passenger rales beeij permanently in- cri'ased'by so per .Mr.. Tllley said that tho result ways had hesitated lo ask (or a 20 ways, had hesitated, to ask for a20 per'cenl: increase.' N; S. PREMIER WAS BOILERMAKER BEFORE.HIS RISE Differs WitK OTTAWA, Bient'ihat dUcrlinina- tory against. tho the Increase 57S.OO Tables One, of, -these laMes .will add lhat touch the .reguires. 'Made of Bolld black walnut in neat From to Our stock ot Carpets Is Tory complete, with a fall .range of v 9' x 9'lTrom. r. 9' xlO'6" from y x 12' from.. It 'Is rjthe -bedroom more-than any other room (hat refiecta iyour good iasto. In our extensive selection ot bedroom suites you will lind Just wlint-will suit you, whether it baa complete suite or an-odd i piece. We have them in all standard finishes arid at prices wilhin (he rtach of all, Complete Suites from Metal beds In walnut and mahogany finishes. Beds that are arllsllcally correct. Dcaullful brass beds lhat arc built for sleep. We also banOlo tho SlmmonR'coi! Springs and collon felt matlressca. MADE FOR SLEEP COMFORT DRAPERY DEPT. Your window problem Is made The ,lalcsl In curtain: nelaYaml drapes that enablo yojir to carry out any coior scherne you .iplahir'; AbouV 100 yards Bordered vSpecial, LINOLEUM AND LINOLEUM RUGS Unoicum In pallerns sull- ablo for all room a. (ho np Per lineal yard. ..ipi.Ot) anil designs, Ironi Hujs In all sizes 7C D Man Who DefeHted Jhe Reds Said (o Be Son of King Leopold BRUSSELS., Sept. Maximo Weygand. the military genius who directed the Poles in their spectacular victory over tha Jtussians, and who IB now generally credited with a large share of Marshall Foch's achieve- ments in the. World War, is a son ot the late King of Belgium, ac- cording'to persons who are intimately acquainted with Belgian court circles and the secrets thereof. Rumors in Paris and Brussels re- garding the paternity of the famous Bol'iicr were runi.down with Ihe fol- lowing result: It was King Leopold's influence that raised Weygand from an obscure boy of unknown .parentage to such a high position in French military cir- cles that he was chosen chief' of staff to Marshal Foch, Commander-in- chief of the greatest army the world lias ever seen. Gen. V.'nygand was horn in Drus- sela in 1SS6., Tlto-ajames pt-bls .father and mother arc'vnbt contained in the birth records, nor'fs the place of hia birth given. He ,was firsl heard of under the care of a rich Brussels manufacturer who was a close friend of the former Belgian king.1' Young Weygand was then said to be an orphan. When he was eight years old he was adopted by a French family of the name of .WeygaiKL Thn head of the farrtily- was employed by the Belgian manufacturer. The fam- ily -was'pbor, hut money was supplied to give the boy. an .excellent tion. This 'aroused comment among the neighbors and save' rise to the query: "Who is furnishing the largo sums to the orphan to a high- priced The adopted boy received the name of his foster parents. Young Wey- gand, who was brilliant In his stu- dies, showed a preference for mili- tary affairs. The friends and neigh- bors of the .Weygnnd family wore as- tonished when the youth entered the famous. French military academy St. He was admitted as a for- eigner, although ho had been adopt- ed by a French family. Lieutenant-Colonel at 26 displayed tho same. bril- liance at St. Cyr that marked tils earlier educational course. Ho passed into the French army after his gra- duation. He'rose to a lleutenant- colonecy, receiving his post in 1912, when he was only 2G years old. At the outbreak of Hie World War Lieut.-Col. Weygand was made chief of staff to Focli. He planned Foch's brilliant stroke when that general v.-as commanding an army .corps at the first battle ot the llani'o. Ijieut.-Col. Weygand was promoted to a major-general In 1916, and became France's representative on the Supreme War Council. Later he was president ot the Inter-allied military committee at Versailles. Gen. Weyear.rl was tho .constant companion of Marshal Foch, '.vho described him as "a man wilh hisul and kind -you can rely on." All'biographies of Gen. Weygand and also his most intimate trlcnds are cxtreniely reticent on tho sub. ject of his origin. SWORN (N AS MINISTER WINNII'KO, Sept. 0. 11. Mai colm, a member (jf the Manitoba legiB- lattire for a number years p.nd a prominent grain grower, was formally sworn in as minister ot agriculture for Manitoba. Mr, Malcolm Is tho mem- ber for Birtlo arid succeeds 'tiie late Hon, Val Winkler, deceased. LABOR CANDIDATE LOSES DEPOSIT WINN'IPKO, Rn'pt. Edward Brown's majority at The Pas, where he was To-elect- ed In n deferred election Tues- day, will reach five hundred, according to Information re- ceived Krcrt Jlaxfonl, clork of (tie legislature. A. Norgrove, tlie who opposed Mr. Hrown, will lose bis deposit, it Is stated. C- 9 BIG NEW YORK STORE TO FACE SERIOUS .CHARGE. NEW YORK, Sept ble a large department store, will be trlttf on a charge Of profiteering 'December 1. It Tt charged, that salcf pricVii In some Instancfti were fixed ac high as 275 per cent above the. L cost ot merchandise. -1 LONDON, Sept. ence ot miners' delegates whtab today to consider the new cvisls whicll has arisen over the failure of, miners' reprtsentatlves and ownerjl to reach an agreement, Bpent the dajl in debate without reaching a declslorl as ta whether they should carry bull their coal strike movement Another meeting >'lil be. hpid to and ;the_'generar this evening was. that the mloe'ra approach Premier Lloyd CeorM connection' with ihs disputf] with 'the; owners and that be-a furthec ol the slritoj jholdyig e: fiipre meeilugs jtBe iniilers and owners. tKe rich, full flavored tea. You probably buy Red ROMS Tea in the package with the green labelf-try biiie label which sells at a trifle; more but richer in strength and flavor. 1 Sold only in the sealed air-tight Red Rose Carton. Red Rose Coffee is always fresh? CAR of CHOICE MIXED FRUIT Arrived today arid will be sold at special prices, on4FRlDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY. cases, of Italian Prunes, in peach crates, at, per freestone, variety. At, per crate ffl and PLUMS Green Per crate CONCORD GRAPES BART LETT PEARS Flemish Beauty PEARS, No. v rtnu THOSE WHO WILL PROFIT; PALACE COR. 4TH AVE. AND m ;