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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - March 22, 1920, Winnipeg, Manitoba MANITOBA FREE legs are getting weaker and his kidneys and other of dont function in the very best but his appetite is very his digestion his face his eye and many a far younger man cannot show the same evident features of a sound Moreover Father Dandur at his has a relish for his 101st Birthday Tomorrow Is Still Active fooa He realy eating and Tomorrovth dean of the and tne oJdtst priest in the Father wiii i begin his lOLnd This length of years has not in the caso of this venerable attended with the most dyoaderl of all crruni JOBS of weakness On the cnii trary he rj shrewd in his con so in that you credit him foibeing Jn the heyday of is somewhat of a like most capable and brainy Since his last birthday he has not been quite so free of disease as Towards the end of 1919 he had bron chin and pretty bad but he weathered the Early 1 this year he had but slight er attack of bronchitis but recover ed Last year he used to mass every day and attend to tiie daily religious services of his congregation like the rest of his brethren now he is unable to do His Ifjjs are KO weak that it would not do to risk his standing at the especially as it is a rather diffi cut for him to turn Tells Story 100 years Old Very few people can relate anec dotes bearing on their own lives and a century Here is that is related by Father Dandurand and which is a hundred years old very One day when about two years of he was sitting at i table with his He somehow misbehaved which brought a As ho was pretty selfj he paid no attention and conI tinned playing with his So his mother look him down from the table and sat him on the floor and put by him his and said When you can you are a man and have a you will sit again with me at Damaso was not pleas moped and scowled and played with his sitting on the floor and was pretty cross with his good moth Thereupon the cat came to rubbed against and finallyput forward her paw towards his Xo you said the future You have got a go und sit with my mother i This shows this boy had a I cuted for McMtirray stat keen Intelligence and had already a Governments throughout all Judge Recognizes Republic a candidate for natural yesterday renounced his allegiance to the Repub lic of Ireland and Kammon de its This is the first case on record where the Irish Republic has been officially recognized by an American Judge Kav of the naturalization later said that he recog nized tha de facto government of Father first Canadian TERLING ANK OF CANADA Save Because You can insure your future by sav ing while wages are Dandurand priest to and de had interested was join the OblaUs congregation in Canada he reforms he added has been vicar of then vicarI Tried to Settle Stri general to its first administra Honest efforts had been tor of the same vicargeneral settle the strike said M of Quebec diocese first Winnipeg man and said it might be the suc cessor of the old Knights of The charge of seditious conspiracy was a very rare thing Great Brit ain and he could record of it in the March I ttas a very ancient and antiquated legal machine which Ills learned friend had sought to put in It was like the oldfashioned blun derbus into which you poured bullets and stones in expectation that when you fired it you did not hit with the bullet you would hit with something Once upon time this was the favorite prosecu tion of the Star It had been used against bright and the If you have anything i agalnst a man lay a charge of con spiracy against him and dwell on all overt what he has saidand what his agents have In massed action you proceed against Why did tho crown not prefer a charge against Heaps a6ne Was there aiftchargre they could have preferred against him Why did they not charge Queenwith sedltious ut terances and test it out Whydid in the advancement i The government powers the had prosecuted Christ owing to his to it they not charge Ivens with seditious libel and test it out Because it would not Knowing they aiu dealt with movements and writ was the anJ letters of all sorts and con who declared parish priest for a short He hunger which led to the discontent of people and held the seven Charles parish and has i attributed by the crown to seditious accused responsible for what they been among tne citizens of An attack had been called propaganda for a seditious peg and Boniface since August made on organized labor An effort The sins of every heen to trarfe pick and Harry they brought against Trade unionista in I the It was just like prose He is therefore an old one of the very best pioneers j Lilt il of a credit to the flrehaiis was putingr a farmer who happened to an honor to the Catholic a man starting with responsible defence and positions at the age of has ever principle of trade done his has made himself lov ed by by English and was It was in to preserve the vital unionism that the The strikers men in the strike had been were the most loyal Protestants and Catholics and yet called revo for Father Dandurand has a heart of lutionaries by counsel for the as his former Charles par ishoners to whom he lias been a a a an ex Do you admire the colossal asked of the man who would Dandurand was appointed their own name of traitors and rebels parlsh priest fortyfour years When two Wives Meet every wife is fiercely ambitious for her hus stand ing among his fellow Be worthy of that wife of Keep healthy success depend on Living habits today are largely To be we must regard Natures And one of the first of her laws is Avoid Keep the poisons of intestinal matter moving out of your By an entirely new principle Nujol will keep the poisonous waste moving out of the Every other form of treatment either irritates or forces the system Nujol works on the waste matter instead of on the Nujol prevents constipation by keeping the food waste thus helping establish thor ough bowel evacuation at regular healthiest habit in the It is absolutely harmless and pleasant to sold by all druggists in scaled botUesoniy bearing Nujcl trade Write Nujol Standard Oil New 50 New for booklet Thirty Feet of A New Method ot Treating an Old Complaint not been properly formed in McMurray told thn The Quebec and Calvary Labor conferences were but the natural outcome of la fro r he The question which re sulted in tho Calgary convention was whether it was good for Cana dian workers to be under control of the United States International j In the 1019 the carpenters to which the accused Arm strong was was an interna tional unit and received support from the Internationals during the McMurray told tiie If Armstrong was with the Inter was he with the he The crown tries to make it appear that because he attended the Calgary convention he was a member of the Resolutions at the Calgary convention were not McMurray If the farmers passed similar would they be called he The man who does not believe in trades unionism is a mennee to the is behind the He fears to pay liv ing counsel McMurray gave a description in Irish of the meaning of open which caused much amusement to the HB explain ed to the court that it was not a matter of but that the open shop principle was a system of work ers scabbing one against another and was a crime against the work With tne introduction ol the hire of workers re sulting in unemployment and en abling capitalists to pay whatever wages they A deplorable condition he Com bines or unions exist in every No doctor would undersell his brother practitioner no farmer would sell his wheat below the price his neighbor was Why should not the tollers and workers permitted to combine as we as he The crown prosecutors have prose turn round and brand of his ample will tell and some of them men who had daunt were at Charles before Father lessiy endured with the that in what it amounts to Rebels when they went on rebels when they went to and to the Quebec i convention Counsel then asked whv James Ernest Veitch and Dixon had not been arrested and placed on trial if it was not a fight against organized The fact was that Andrews i thought the men on trial were con nected with the and acted n a the could be easily dispoaed George Arm the thinker and of there he was Declaring that the charges against Armstrong McMur riv recalled the evidence given by Constable McLausrhlan of his conver sation with Mc Murrajsaid the witness had prodded the defendant into say ins inflam matory and counsel charged McLaughlan with being an instigator of Counsel referred to the telegram Pent by Mayor Gray to Senator Rob ertson and claimed that this tele gram showed that at that time the mayor believed the strike was one for collective Clod knows that the not want He always paid i terrific Jiriuo for and only resorted to them as the last in this case the metal workers on on strike were JUKI like Oliver Twist held out their bowl to tiie Vulcan Iron the Dominion and so and asked for a little more in the way of wages and There was nothing iile KjCi in what they had Returned Soldiers and Dealing with the returned FOldicrs ivho had joined the Mc Murray said they had done so be cause they thought the cause of the PBICTION MOTOR PIC Makes a ffood car better etrikers was Why did they want jobs when they camo back Because they thought they were en titled to The Walker theatre meeting had nothing tojdo with creat ing The i high cost of living created the It came from the inflation of money and from the yet crown had tried to place the innocent the cause of this discon Counsel tfpoke of tne unabashed audacity of Andrews in op posing labor outside and then in court making the statements IIP had Andrews objected to the state that he had been opposed to There was no evidence of ment His lordship Is there any evi IVO SM UN THESE M PREMISES III licimm Established Reliability Gooi garage men and dealers are glad to recommend Imperial Polanne because they know its uniform high quality and they know too the importance of correct If you do not vse 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reflection on hut I quite agree with tae Andrews I would suggest that my learned friend get a dictionary and flnd out if there are any more approbious terms that he can flre at His lordship He thinks the words he wants to flre at you are not in the charged crown counsel with taking over the fight of the and declared that probably the strike would have been seUIrc if the Citizens commit through its An drews and had that there would be no settlement until the strikers imck to There was tailc jamming KetriKii for a or nilitary Who was it that lammed ICetchen Who was it hat did the urging that would have ed to bloodshed aiul carnage on our eaceable strools Who but the Cit zens Blaims Citizens He claimed the whole plot which had resulted in this trial had been reated by the Citizens ho only thing that required to be one was to bring it into The Citizens committee controlled he fire the water pressure the Then it and iOt until that trouble here was a little scrap at the cor of Portage and in Belfast and Dublin they had one like nat every other That was not Next morning tho city was iilet and it remained quiet for icven days If ever a strike it waa this no strike leaders had ever done ore to avoid trouble on the f trouble it was not because of the men in charge of the dealing with the actions of ConstaWe made a remark which the judge construed as impbing that the witness had gone about with a drawn His lordship pulled him saying counsel was not quoting the evidence McMurray With great re What I said was His lordship asked the official stenographer to read McMur rays and stated that it did not bear out counsels Dont do that his lord ship told or you wont go on with the Dont try to monkey with the McMurray made an attempt to explain but was told not to Counsel I am not His lordship If you wan to go McMurray I would like to my Counsel spoke of the as a useful organization for the working have in his house literature which might have been sent to him toy any wildeyed writer in the The less of this kind of prosecution there was in Canada the safer it would It makes you counsel but that is just what is It is an awful It ia horrible to this1 ancient law being put Into operation in this coun try His lordship It was just strange that Canada should I on the statutes at the time it McMurray I would like to go into how it was done at earn stage Jn Canadas Uses Going on to give what ho said iva a parrallel for the prosecution o the McMurray said tha if crown counsel had been laying a charge against Christ they would have charged him with seditious con Tou dont know your Bible very I did no understand that charged Chris with being a McMurray my bu crown counsel would have aone They would have preferred against Him as an overt act the Sermon on the ana they would have ac cused of conspiracy those fisnermer down on the Lake of Galilee who had followed They would also have interpreted Blessed are the meek toi they shall inherit tho as an overt act on the part of the bavior to take away His lordship I am afraid TTO don t know enough about Counsel then emphasized aeflni tions of sedition which ho and stated that Britishers were en titled to criticize manfully and honestly institutions which they had These institutions were not like the Grand Lama things that were to bfc They had grown out of and were part and parcel of Just as a jury was part and parcel of the institutions of hls The court adjourned at 6 Will Hold Conference on March of Brus announces that an Internationa conference on the exchange question Cut Repair Bills Now that wages and lumber aro 10 high it wise to thoroughly preserve ail woodwork with PAINT The right Paint to Paint right ASK YOUR will be held in that city m May The suggestion was made toy Kt Hon Arthur president of e executive council of the leaguo of Construct New Port and improve sea connections the mouth of the Seine and M portant cities of Normandy Interior of Cost is March that the cost of enforcing the rl tario 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