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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT LKTimmnOE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, AUGUST v INSPECTOR MUKDY SACK It'.tptcior Mumiy or ihe pro- vitidal police has returned (y the ciiy Mier speudlns a hoM-' day in Vancouver, lie will tafco h'.s former duties Iiera unlil September Sth, ific date of Ills K-tlrenwnl from ibe ser- vice1, when Inspector Jilsko will Mtsuuie chargo. Courl Overrules Objection of the Defense That Principals Hadn't Been Tried PARIS, Aug. the com- mencement ycileniay of the Irisl of Georges Gasloo charged Arilh having with snd being Ifie bttrayer of Edith .Cavcll, the English nurse who wat pul to death by the Ger- mans in Belgium, M. O'Armon, counsel for the defendant, de- msndeu postponement of the trial until the principals En the Cavetl cue had been prosecuted. The attorney quoted (he article In the prace treaty providing thai the Germans accused of cronies during the war must be handed over for trial. M. Wagner, on behalf of Ihe prosecution, requested the court to over-rjlc the objection of the Defence, declaring that Quien was not under charge as accom- plice, but as a principal. He also pointed out thai the pesce treaty with Germany had not been rati- fied. The court unanimously over- ruled tha objection of MAimon and proceeded with the examina- tion of Qulen. lo lead it failed to Urn up and (ho panic! era went in mrs. QuilP a num- ber lunifil up nt iho house al Blalraiore. It is lhal They are going to slay oul (ill Uie discrimin- ation clause is HfleJ ami ibejr rail al) go Tlie f oo i tall same on Salurdny af- Lernoon bciweeu Mlllcresl seniors anil Hellenic seniors rame off. UoHevue slnn them out 5 lo 0. Harry Fisher says when Uellerua lo-JIJHcresl he will ;real them to the doso. All roads to (he Bellrvue Her- show on Mouday Sept, Isl, the test phou- ami veget- ables in iho Crow's Xesl I'assr" If you arc IhlnVlns or ttiinins up iho J'ass don't forget DID plsco lor fl good day. Besides Iho stow there is IP ba n big day of sports and a bis dauco at ulghL PRESIDENT POINCARE WAS IN ALSACE-LORHAINE PAH1S, Aug. Polu- care. lias been vis'.Ung various cities iu Alsace and Lorraine, returned to 1'aris this morning. New Style 7cp- Carry 35 Pass- engers Berlin. Aug. DOW Zeppelin airship en its maitlcu trip irom Fried- richshalen lo Berlin covered tho 700 kilometres (about 435 miles) iu a little more than sis hours. The air- whlcli is neuipJ Bodenice. at Inincrl a speed ot 120 metre? (a little more than 74 1-2 milts an The builders ol the now type o! machine have the [amiliar cigar shape of (lie old zeppelins and adopted a. conical outlined eiterior. The Bodonzce is 120 metres Ions and 1 accommodates 35 passengers. H is v.itli -fflroless and has a spacious paiseiiger cabia. The pass- enger? are able to obtain hat and cold ninnies water. The aircraft Is to so into service. pass- nmong them three women, tbe initial trip i-i the Tho Bodenzee was built since the ar- mistice vas Attachnienl Order, on ;AVorlh of Goods Entered By Salvage Company Aug. and JeWelry valued at about sat- [rom the wreck of the steamer j Until Discrimination is Elimin- Princess wnicL .sank in Alaa- tEn last October., has been eeJzed Deputy Uniled Slates Mar- sh'al B. H..Tober here Irom the olticcs Robert A." Tripple, on an atUcn- raoaL order issued hy. the (ederal dis- dourt. The attachment ''order rvlcd-vLieut. Williams Home Home From (he War fFrnm Own CfcrrcsTsonrlfTiM IJELLEVUE, Tom e IL T-. i Williams, second