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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta HcraW VOLUME XII. LETHBIUDGE. ALBERTA. MONDAY, APJUL NUMBEIl X'oJtman Girl, Despondent Over Step-Mother's Treatment Does Rash Thing WAS DISCOVERED BEFORE TOO LATE A 1ms soiled a deal cf indignation iti Coleinan is trial In "which Mrs. Holmes was sentenced to six months' imprisonment and n t'uQ of or in lieu thereof a furtlier licriod of Uirce months in Tor the in-treaiment of her stepdaughter, Ola re' Holmes, n girl of 13 years of and .of jiiiotlior stcucliihl aged S yours. Tho imriicuhrs frcjm Coloiuan are of the most tragic descriiiti'jn. It appears lfin.1 the father of the chil- dren, Ayho is a'miner and a highlj' re- citizen, a member of the Pres- byterian church "aiid a superintendent pf the Sunday scliool. had uiarried a second tinie three years ago, and the had been subjected to much ill-treatment'and neglect the step- mother. The 'aftermath of Ihis treat- ment was Ihat, having on one occa- sion- run array from home. Ibe girl Clary evidently became EO despondent ami Oeeyerate that she went away from home a second tiiiiu last week. anU on Thursday, finding a piece of cilectn'c ivlre; hangt'd to a tree. Slie wan discovered just In. time by the .another miner who were searching for her and WUP cut down in state of coma. Medical opinion Vas that the girl would have. Hen deaden another ten It was not till-the following night that she recovered-consciousness WfflfflPFW German Plenipotentiaries Have no Power to Sign Up; Will Carry Terms to Berlin WOODSTOCK HOLSTEIN BREAKS WORLD RECORD rTiie Cleveland News. WOODSTOCK. Ont.. April 21 A world's record bas been es- tabiished by a. cow. owned by J.. H. Iktnmer, ot1 North X'brwic-h. Anoftic-iat cumlucCed by govern me uL of- ficials'for March and April (tt gate shows ibat in seven days her butter production was pounds, she having given 73S.7 nounilB of milk. In the (id days' test she- gave, 2.S20.5 pounds of luiL'rf, ivhich iiroiluced LlOO.ol Iioumls of Imlter, Allied Delegates-Sfe in This Plan Move to Gain simism Prevails in Berlin Over Terms of Move of Huns-Drawing Allies Closer Together Again. PARIS, April were exprened today whether the perfected treaty of peace- would be presented to the representatives the coming Friday. While the treaty will be com- municated io them In mbitance, it was said in well Informsd quarters f.iht it would be physically impossible to prepare the document in its complete final form in the four days remaining. AUSTSALIA TO'HAVE AVIAT.'lON LONDON. April