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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY; ALTiL'ST 9. DAILY PAGF. ELKVEN f I CLAIMS WORLD'S ALTITUDE RECORD Maurice i-lafiiitd to have liiullsheil a rccorO Auff. Judifial parjy ions, Jilts'of Mr, Justko Walsh, Clefk o( 'the Court SiierUt1 Ouiiu Ciown I'roaeculor left ibis luornluG for peace HMr! In Avhkh district special mil and crini- iti si sittings of llie supreme court will August vas accompanied by Cico. UrieBbacli, M.IV and, James Douglas. M.R, as veil as officiating clerks and ateno- Tlie court will sit at Korl Vermilion on Jtie 9lu. at I'cace River un Ihe lolh dug Unmtlo Prairie OD tbe iSlh. Alone with tbu'I'artj' were Detective Irvln and Cfiafctablc Campbell, of tha lirovluclal police, who escorted W. II. IlrtRps and Wjtsoij, ino ac-, "Nrvlll lii tried for inuvder attempted murder respectively. Urigss Is accused ot poisoning a man named LORJII with strvchrtlnt- In a tOiack some time ago. Another alleged murderer numed Sir- nrtosU will ijo taken up next week to lie tried at Grande I'ralrle biV the ffilli. ru-re leaving lur Can- ada. I ''In Ouiuber nnd Xuvfinljer ot last said the ijrincr1 109 ipiiiiuli1. -I iHiil. visliB 1 nd I'uuitdiaii division wbile Well Known To and Very !Ji lilar With the (Vnadlun Forces ''so imiunst die harp aetl1 1 liow! all' (fovcrttl your-1 in .uuick.' trciu-ti warturc in renown. Future recall your iiublc deeds nn ihe Sonnne. cm Viuiy from (lie N'brlh SlarSyas" i which came In yesterday aflercoon i with 111' iicreoTiE followed tlofcly by the Mary li. 'Cinne, ,vvllU Alinisler of Education Asks For) Loyal Co-Operation in moling School Teachers' Hcsij deuces Aus. 'li" ol Amiens nurt Arras and will j-.-a'cm-lv a few days the Prlrtc" uill-treasure Hie Ihemorahle you put Joot on Canadian -lil.'and will'bauil down to ihc-ai." cinciT upou what Is 10 bf ai STe'nr yn HI rwr call thj close cunuoc Ills I II R P MJU ju Mil L i L iKdfhonton IJullelhi.) On Monday LVdernoon Hon. tii'6. I1 Smilh. njiniFter uf cdticallgn. made Ihe ronrorhllon D! Ihe U-nivtrslty, to leficlicrs wllJi Ihe bnih in ami i i For fevoral wcrJis (In- i aliachod lo Canadian the cordial wliich then creaic'l i-orin in rdaliins hy His ot (he pruriiii-c They f bounce- of the 2SO passeiiRera. summer school. L that when tha ship struck yeslerday momfng. tlitt Are now at the Tlip sptecli was a J BET FREE CREW OF. CRUISER DRESDEN -TT-'-i-T -1 I SANTIAGO, Chile. Chilean government has free the crews oT -the German cruiser Drttden and the .German .raider Geeadler, the members .'of .which riad been Interned in this'country (or a long period, the men of the Dresden since 1915. and wbeu the flclenUy. to allow the .._____w..._ tlie fhljv. Uiey all safely dis barked port ,o ihe Tlicra no pcnuus cldenis. Tlie onl'-' eionipllflej' smut? rev, month-; when Gen.. Currlc, in D( tlic corps KICSS. >Iis Iloy.Tl Highness with a lovii'i; cup. suhii-rili- ciimplete reTelatio.n lo nwny uf those for not ouly by HIP officers, lir. cxpansiuii of work wlik-li j astilntr IhM they mfchi be nlLciv.cil lo i toillia Cllucallollal rt Alberta I contribute. ihaS'iiof only planned. buV.- which (a n js only during (Iin .ilrcaily In c-our.scbr progress. of has really "I 'once inio hi? subject [JQ to to speak. over ilur country luuc bct-n onl- lu assist district attorneyc. in uncovering; prontceriDg in fcoJsturts and other aoccssllits. AUon'ey-dVueral Palnier's jnairuc'. tions were lhat (he tic- vole their enliro atu-mlun to ssstsl-j hi? in the action lo rcdutn the COST.) uT liiing. The res-uit sealed lo tfio 25th; :'Slh and 23lh cd he to hundreds of Iraiiicd liivcsliftators in j the search for mail "'ho have -cs NEW LEADEn DOWN TO WORK OTTAWA. Aug. Hon. W. L. MacKenrie-Kmg. Irajer of the opposition, has his headquarters at (he Victoria MuEeum buildino, where parlia- ment sits, and 'will'be found from there on until the ho'jEp meets. He expects ID remain in Ottawa continuously during the session. The new leader has a she'd D. D. McKenjIf, acllntj leader during the last session, to retain the room allotted to leader and has arranged lor other accommodation for himself close by. Ttie Joy Of A Perfect Skin school :ediicniionr was absolutely u-hicli.-.iJthijf- dream. The state iVouM .pay .for life 'Ejlu- cation of the children wlsUtiiR for, h'igb school -edUQatlori.'1 The grants' whjpli now'' amnunleil to. ?2Qp. would Ije en' creased lo scHpol- rooni willi six or more pupils. i The Hon.- Cico'.iP. tlic sysldin'whicH hailj heenl ?D! bhdly The two-room he -explained.'-.was especially ,cri ft 'of ton' Know ihe jby ar.d happiness lhat conies one thru possessing ja siin of purily and bcauiy. Tht soil, dis> tlnguhhtd 2ppC2Jance ti naturalbtauiy to ils full' cat- In over 70 years. jjii sUJJf jMoalci ne, Unpardonable at the Colonial three days starting MoViday. i- jleparlihenli ip' provide .rinaiicial .rfs- 1 J- rand- tinufj'lc.'the two. rooms- accommodalion-and-ljctter cti'uTphlent, 5250 being provided lo help buying-.tho an -Clforl (q 'build yn.' .centres o[ education -.where ,everv- nave chance ;hc Avas .enlitjed to Canadian-clllzenr-7'''1 Tlie and iihpb'f LanL'yUlcm touched upon liy-tho minister-w'tfff-lhat of the teacher's rcsidonce in the rural districts. The denartincnl" wantsil more than shacks for Its teachers, It jj wanted real homes in pretty-surround-, would becoir" Weimar, thin afternoon. Elclrtiorn. >hj who has heon "'Ould tor monthe. on V1 Ihcse.lrtchftr s Immes, assembly hccousc o-[ thfi' ininiunlly automaticallygrnntetbto the mcmbcra ot 51. ho never having been formally expelled. -c, dissolved. same rapidity had not becn-shown iwllh re (lie o'.lier1 Sir, Edward acknowledging the kind things said-of. the 'minislrj1, T" declared lhat he did- not- look praise, but only wished-to, he had done his duly. EICHHORN BACK IN-ASSEMBLY Aug. PolJca President in- t.hc Rttention Farmers! .WE HAVE A LAROE STOCK OF Crescent and Star Plow Shares On hand and sell them at less Hum wholeaale prices, 14-Inch nl 13.25; IC-lncli al KTH! 12-lnctt 'nl'93.00 oacli, cnali willi order, ard pay ITio frcifihl on all orders or five or more lo your slallon. _ Orders accejiletl subject lo previous sale. l. DEERE II: 10 [I; V' EMERSON rim '2 -i BNIlli t'jz-i rn-K 2is 110 ID T: 26: 4 201 :V.'.'.V 3Ji XII 'SI'2ZI 2 ..I I ...1 i. ;...i. i JGSI' OLIVER JOi: .2 l'102i 1 NRJl-12 I 11 2 1 z JOi VERITV J'jOS The Ml River 5. F1. j.'ribAtES, Prop. give [he best o[ Ihclr work'' IhCir inspirations. .'tv? The speech, was very procialtTl by tlic llircc hundretl- and lilly Teachers -present, who; Tell Ihe rp.- i-ponsiljilily ol (he sreat Inisl .irhicTi (he niinislcr bnd pUL iippn'Ihcui. DR. MICHAEL CLARK -M MA'.' APPROyEiKING. Aug. is a young map with all the aclvaiilajfe that youth] brings, a mnh o[ him dignity iirlhe ?ieiv man who lias scarcely tlie magnctiam in a great leader.'. 1 do nol what lu's views on. Hie tariff lia'vo been .'us I hove never' licard-liim ,'dcrmUcly "express 'lliem. lie-has ad- fanced labor Ideas thai will, lie was liio conlctlcnCof Dr. tlark, of He'd Deer rining., liacl to binhc Iliia cvculng on liic nciA Liberal leader: I.' f LLO.YD GEOROE HONORED. KING CONFERS ORDER Administrators IF STATELY DIGNITY ,ls your choice Tor a monument u-e ara ready to subujic a rarlelr ot: designs. Uthbridge Monumental i r Works i '8lh Strset, Sculh, I R. ritljon't: grateVul J recogollion t'vicea f. Ifiter, .ttf i- a diid in honora'lilV- and ronally my hlah. cf.lhije drctf- f you (hs of Merit. "ncllcve rie, v6n'ra very sincere- ly, George R. CUNARD ANCHOR AricHor Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW i Carmanta ...7...............Aug. 2, rmanla 2! :uiania .-'.'...'.I............Ocl. 21 Orduna .Oel.f21 NEW Hoyai Otorgc ..Aiig. .10 .V.Sfsp.l 29 Maurclanla 3 V Ccnsistins of .Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Ladies' and Gent's Dishet, Tinware and Furniture. National Cash Register, Toledo Computing Siale, Safe, Reming- ton Typewriter, Show Cases and Counters. Store Building and Loti in the town of Bow Wandi.' TERMS CASH (Via SaSonla........'............. AugVj'29 Caronid.....................Scpit'JK PORTER, NEW Tannonta Columbia 1 SclnrtlB. .V. ftalurnia Sept, 17. K. H. and S. S. asenls, or lo Coin1 tiny's ;.'_i" SCOTT BLOCK, .270 Main St., Wlnnlptf ;