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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIDA Y.AUGUST 29.1019 TJIE LETHBRIDGR DAILY HERALD PAGE K1SE Him Money Hut Feared He Was a Large Man PARIS, Aug. Thulez. professor of. science at Lille Uulver- BlLy, iUejrftii Initrmpjlary between Prince Reglaali] of Croy. a favell, ivbo was condemned to iltalh at Lhn'Bamo lime Miss Cavel. was sentenced, but wiiose sentence was commuted (o hard labor for lite, was a "witness today at ifio trial of Georges Qulcn, who Is charged wiiU .ravins intelligence' with the enemy, and with1 beloff tlio Infor against .Cavell. Mile. TJiulcz'testified lba( ihe 'was unable to whether Qulen de- nounced her, at abe had uo proof oE such acllon on- part. Sho said Miss Cavell gare Qulen ihree hundred trance, but Lbat she mistrusted Mm on mpnil'prpupds oud as to being In discreet. Botldqs, Qulcu's height was more than els feel three Inches, which made hjta VHlly.'recognized, ILflt Blia had cnupeil the arrest of the TrlnceSB o) Croy'by-ad ini lime, to the German po Ucn I hat the princess had supplied her H-lth n falfia Identification card. Mile. Thulez woro (he cross of the Legion of Honor on Hie-witnesE stand Loday. She was warmly complimented by Ihe courl for lipr conduct ID aid- ing prisoners to escape from the Ger- REFUSE TO SERVE Hrcnth Waitresses Go On Strike In Paris When Buddies Come With Wives NEW YORK, Aug. strike ot French waJlressea railed upon to serve German brides at the YAV.C.A. hostess house ID Paris, Is annouuced tn tbe latest foreign news received by the Wars Council of (he V. W. C. A. Nearly 150 American soldiers, In spile of the orders against the says, married German girls after the signing of Ihe peace treaty. TVcnty-iwo of these brides esia; to Paris on Lheh- way to Brest and (be United Slates, Ihe oiler day, es- corted by a Lieutenant and acconv panted by husbands of two of the women, both sergeants. Mlis Eleanor Wood, In charge of Y. W. C. A. Bur- DBU for war brides In Paris, met ihe convoy at the station and escorted the girls with their luggage, to ibc hotel. There, at Ihefr first meal, the French waitresses, hearing the one mr tongue, refused to continue the senrlco. It vrae not unin Uie leader had been suspended thai the strike broken. German brides will from now on go directly to lire el without slopping at Parti. All war brldca are now sailing from that port, and tbe barracks, which had been malnlalDei for brides at- Bordeaux and St. Ncz afre have bean discontinued. Liver pool fc the official saiUae point .foi the English brides of American, aold lers. QUIM1KC, Aug. three.new tncmbcrs ot Ihe Gouin cabinet ap- puluted Monday, and (heir own departments.r Tho 'Arid: abaska, of jnjucs'and-.col- onlzallon; ilr. js the'-new Irrovinclal scyfelaryt .CTaH- pcault, forinfV-epeakcj pt the house, 'and" Lhe.de- parrmcnt'bl- I4bpr. j The 6J iiic'''rjy.elcctions nacts- silntod Vthc-sq lifcen sol for'Septj i3, c'dndMates'bainK- iiornlr.atcij Tlie'new minister will run in their present ridings and opposition papers concede election liy acclamation for all. A verdict .absolving the Dominion Park company d all crim- inal responsibility in coniicctfon with the, (Hatisirous Aiysiic Hill iregEilv cl tn'vrliich eight-per-- cons to'liave lost ihe'r llres, ivas rendered by a coroner's Jury un- dnr Coroner McMahon. Total Loss During Strike is Said To Have Keached ________________ W-VDO.V. Au6- J9.-Tho Vorkfibire colncrg'-Etrlke has been an expensive bit o[ amusement for ihe uiicer, as as for the people DOT directly conceded with the dispute. Tbe gen- erally accepted figures are; Damages to mines, coal lost lo Industry, losses to kindred Industries, [000. The strike fund ot Iho miners, amounting to was erhausl- 1 ed with the end or ihc tour weeks' 'strike benefits. Tbe fund, it WAS stat- ed, had Isken about 25 yeras to accu mulate. TUe local government board, (t Is stated, cut out a lot of red tape and witb Ihe co operation ol the local relief authorities averted distress throughout tbe district. In some cases I a wttk. was allowed crcrr niar- AVill Final Tmn XVlthniM ried J1 25 for float isew Loan every TLIs monar> vilb tbe Interest, Using Scheme of Lotteries PAIDS, Aug. Andrew Lefcvrc Introduced, ID Hie strike beiiellt, averted great suffering. ONE ON THE GLOBE The traditional DcputrjScoillsh admlrallon lor the versatility f Hon. George Brown lound novel er- uciunu nuruuuv-L-u m IHC chapter ol: 8.6L Kaai Eljn Street. Canton, 111.. Ihe other day." "My Ecneral-.ticftUh jueL scemd to give down ail conUnucd Mr. 'Conn, !'nnrt (UirliiB all these years It has: been a hard struggle for me jio keep on-rnr feet. It wae Just a gen- eral nil rohnd -breakdown, hut my in mo rnors jroublo than anything fciiu. r What ite'juflt seemed to lia like.a Jump of Is art right In trie pit ol my and.would 'cause ma (o siif- 'frr somolhlnR awful. Al] strength left me and I JuaL hail lo drag around ,Tillh no Ufa hardly a I "all. Then Jo 'make mutters -worao, Thcumall'-" bit ino about four.pears age, and ihis 'tremble had thol It (lunlly put me In bed v-h.ero t had tc slay for a Koorl Jong time. For" several days M n would he so badly drawn up that" I couldn't slraJghtrn tticin out nt nil, and the only way I could got any relief was by rubbing my 163.4 fot hours-til a Lime. I lost KO much In until got lo .uJicro I lobjfeil llfie n altelolon aljnost. 1 wenl'eVorysvliQro (or trcatrficnt IhM I nlijn (ti go.'I and tried many fcrcnl kinds of I Jual gradually got- wor.sf: all the time. "Thai waa Ihe condition 1 was Vrhcn a friend ot mine Inlkcd me Into glrfng (lifs Til lilac n trial, amJ sir, If you would Just corno down to the fact- ory and sec me' work now, you would nover think ttmt I down nnd 'out In health such a short llir.c ago Tnnlac dirt It too, nnd I'll loll the world BO, fend I will say further that I (dink (t Is the lice I medicine on earth, Tanlac lust hjt rny.case exact and slnco taking nfno ot It 1 nm fin Veil nnd strong as f lii my life. Mmvo a lino appetite, fine1 everything J oat agrees mo nl right. Sly stomach tr6ublo has completely ovdrcome', and so has (he rlicumallBiii.' t hnyc ealned OTOr Iwcnly pounrtB In and Am elrongcr In! every that I 'hftTo been In sixteen yorire. Now n tfial d-o Ihftt much Tor a man talked about, and ft9 long as I llvo [cjvvill hooat Tftnltic every where TftnlAC TB BOlil In Uthbrldeo by John p. JUilnholhani Jt Coaj hiirul by, Dfamohcl ilrug Store, nnrt In ly ff, Novel Method Adopted By a Magisiratc in An Ontario County ST. (t to devising neiv and unlQUE mathofls ot distributing Justice, County Police Magistrate Frank Hunt, the veteran of the Elgin court house; Iftkes, .thi champtorishlp. The provon concJiisively Uial he Js equal lo any emergency and hts lateet coupe la a model of progress and efficiency. The RUlo speeders on the Port Slan- ley hlghwiiy hove become reprehena-. numeonis Ihls season and tho of- bus been dally growing worfie. Us worchlp hns special traffic ropa n the Job with instructions that they ote carciully tim fate of spscd ?.t wlilcli even- speeder Ib running bin ar. The erring ones are then linen" ccordtne lo ihelr jpeed rales. In other all autolsla who serniil Ihclr exuberant maclifn.es to rnycl at trom 30 to 4Q miles an hour re forced to contribute (5 'fines to lie county treasury; who burst nlo a speed of 40 to 50 miles are assessed Tfncs, while all road- inrncrG over the 60-mMc mark aro re- quired to donate the lull penally per- under Ibo act. Two Ixindon- ADVISE SHOP MEisi TO OFFER Aug. Acceplanr.e ol President Wil- son's offer of a small wugc la- crease pcmdlDg tho outcome of the Eovernmeui's efforts to reduce- tba cxjst of livins was advised by ihe executive coun- ell of the suop unions In a lelter sent loday lo all union locals. o f o ff LOS ANGELES. Cal Aug. Holding that the evidence of fraud was Judge B. P. DledBoe, In tho United Slates district court, dismissed today sU consolidated sutlj