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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, iM-lCEMHEil S, liusi IlKIHGATlOX i PAY YlSlf TO OWKCiON '1 At Pteaent United States is Onlv Place of Sale Fox Dealers Favor CHARLOTTETOWX, P.E.I.. Heo. S a meeting of a (oimrn faeM on XriJuy night ai resolution was jossed favoring the hbldEnc si Montreal of public auction ot rtw furs. Lome Webster, of Montreal, presi- dent of the Quebec sub m it- led to the meeting the proposal of Moiitreal capitalists. Including Lord Shruehnessy, Sir Herbert Holt and others lo authorize a com- pauy necessary (or lie of furs, The suggestion iras made that ihe itoct in the crmpany stould be held toy producers, the lailer to pre- ferred paniclpauns shares. As a Urge proportion of Curs soM a! United Slates auction sales are produced la Canada. It was poimed out at the mooting ttot Canada should have central sellinR orsnnliaUon. of her own. Kbxmea are deeply interested, a large proportion of the Tori sliver fox furs come Ironi this prov- r ha.-; net inlerftr irusieos ef IrriR-iliun i. Crofis ami cTse Chew jusi nriurned from rijaud, Oregon. where hare rn L-f astnicuoD. in the Vniieii ates. ilelr object being :o hsrc iisirucuon end oC tlie project iu such shape that no time will be load worX alter te OQ the H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES'VISIT TO WEST POINT MILITARY ACADEMY AND ROOSEVELT'S GRAVE. Premier Druvy and Members oft Cabinet Hear Cry on Every Hand GRAND Mich.. Deo II. Mc-.vberry. United Stales from -Michigan, and 17 of his campaign leaders, era! court t< Indictments fraud auJ ruplion S.-T. iu I'OCHKANE. OM.. rcaiis are la iho Ue- volapiueul ri ihle i-ouniry." said Mayor McGkniIs RI a luncheon given J I in iho fiolu iMiop Saturday la hunorj lol iho of iho who 1 are touring ihe north in search ol on ihe need; of that sec- lion o' the protince. Throughout thfl goTc-rnu-jent party's tour so (ar. iha need of good roads bccu Jom- Inict ihe QIC tn the various iho men cf uonh aad Premier Drury. lion, iJenlsh Uon-niAn. rentier of dnd Hon. ihe defense it Is expected, would be motions 10 quash the charge? a rurnber of promtcent mcu. vice b25 been'lirouslii before tte par- ty. Thy of the Lorth cti community bnsjs hi? boeu urged, WASHINGTON', Praaidant be "grarely concerned 1o see any such resolution he wrote .Scnitor Fall In relflrenco to the Fall resolu- UOD reQueaiiag the president 10 sever diplomatic relation? the Carrarwa fOTerrjineni. "It TToold coasiitule of our coDEtilntlonal practice Teh ICQ might Ipnfl to D rary grave confusion ia resan3 to the guidance of oar for- j eign he wrote. TJie senator eiprcsacd confj-icnca that he had Ita support of every eon- ETJlutiontl dujfiority in the state- ment thet the direction of the SOT- pnuneQL's foreign affatra was by the constitution to the chief executive and to him alone. have been arraigned up 10 today tuiod mute. Mr. Mewoeiry announced) bi- fore leavis; Washinston that hia plea would be "not guiltj." Xewberry and 13 of iDoicledj ilh him, stood mule when arraignc-d this afternoon. Attorney Muriin. rep- resenting Ihera, jniOTmc-d iho judge that it had been the intention of rtsporjcnts to plead not gullir, tut as this iDvolve the probability of raising certain tone, they Tould stand mule. this place as tha district toe de- vrlopnicni of the huge water powers of ihe country; the S-hour day from cellur to cellar for miners, a coloniia- policy Hod better rural schools. FURTHER CUTS IN RAILROAD SERVICE MONTREAL, Dec. cuti In the pa Merger train ser- vice of the Dominion are sched- uled if the acute fuel situation caused by the coal strike It rot adJTJsled, according to unofficial jdvices from railway officials to- day. They will principally be thoie Aldermen Said To tie Consider- Commercial Venture in "Dog Skinning'' about the City Hall Saturday would said lo be capable ot turning out 300 seem ro show that its' revival is imin-1 locomotives and freight cars nil' lent. According to Information im-1 nually, running between local Quebec and j lo a Time; representative by Ontario points. It is understood one of Ihe cliy on the Poucd "two members i A tba City Council arc consldcrins Iho AGAINST-MRo. a formaiion of a company to Un the HOI AIL UKULELE So .Testifies Yank Whose Wife Liked Her Gin one of them will be the train from Toronto lo Sudbury, whfch c6n- nscls with Itj traniconnnental ex- VANCOUVER VANCOUVER; Dec. Jack Clem- snt, of Winnipeg, wanted in connec- tion T tbo De Forge ratirder In that city, has been Clement- vas arreste'J car at .5 o'cloch this afternoon, i. An- other nun with Clement was "also in charge al the same lime, but the police refuse'to divulge hlj men- OMAIM: dlrorce by Judge Day to Chester Reels, 321-i Xorth Twenty-tomih gtreet, proves that not all (he girla in Hawaii spend their Lime in twanging the plaintive uknlele and singing love Eonfs to their sweethearts. "nii say they is Mr. Reals' j testimony. Cheater enlisted in the Elates army May 11, 1914, aoi n.s E tail one d in near the csleiraled "beach at where the lovely and gentle Hawaiian maids do unght hut twang the uku- lele, dunce In tha moonlight, ind rnlo- Jsler lo the corafort of their loreri Tfcat'a what the son? writers try to toll JOB. But list to the of Ches- ter. Before Day, right here ID our. own Douglas county courthouse, be testified that IDS It id of Lhede Loll mini3trillions hii wife was accns- tomed to hitting him orcr the head with clubi. This Hawaiian maid wai addicted to the of Hawaiian gin. The [ierj liquor had DO EoClealn? ef- fect npon her disposition, which bj nature, Chester said, wag sullen and morose. Once she Ihicw a water bucket al him. She'WAS a large strong woman, and if the water "bucket bad bit htm, he intimated, be might not be ID Omaha to get "a divorce. Then, one darlc night, when even the celebrated Hawaiian moonlight beaming apon that tropic I -land, he was awakenad 'from sleep! just In lime to see (be Urge figura i of his wife sneaking slowly into fat .room. Ho walcbcd her, Sb was Intoxicated. And !n her hand she large club. Sbe approached] 3ea, reeling a nuie sai walked. She raized the club wjd was about to trlnr It down with crushing force j upon his head, when lie leaped up. rmppled with her, atd wrested tbe ferudgeon from her band. i This was enough for Chesier, lie hept.nway (rom her. When his en- liBlment was up he look their child And carae to the United Stales of America. Mr. Heals saya ho-doesn't care for Hawaiian music and bates the sound of a ukulele. "It's all he says. "It is further proposed." .The Times inlormam said, "to rpnbitler the pro- posal advanced that the of dog salmon caurht about .rhu.. Islaai couW fba used for making Rlores. Wlie'.her tiie .pclieme, is I cannot Apparently the "iden o' a mnnlcipal tics tannery mel.' too teavy opposition from the -public, SIR JOHN EATON A C. P. H. DIRECTOR MONTREAL, Dec. a meeting of ihe board of dlrpc- iors ot the C. P. R., Sir John Toronto, was elected a director lo fill the vacancy ed by ihrf death of VVllmot D. Mart hews. Toronto. Col. meodoi-e Roosevelt at E.x- aril was not brought before the Couucll. This Echome. bow ever, j might be Eofe practicablr." KRUPPS NOW TURN OUT LOCOMOTIVES I ESSEX. Germany. DPC. ilocomolire to be built by the left. Ihe works Saturday, hauling 10 cars, which also were built by firm that Curmerly specialized In VICTORIA, Her-'the construction of big guns. vey's dog-5felnnlns scheme Is not dead i The new department of the great ret br acy means. At least gossip Krupp works, 3.500 men, is DISMISS ACTIONS uides of dog's vrtiica otherwise would SAX FRANCISCO, Doc. be destroyed at the city nouad. These' al of two charges of murder against aldermen, it was feel cou'ident Mrs. Rena Mooncy, wife of Thomas J. that such a company vrouitl succeed j Motmey. in connection with, tho prc- If the nscsEsary conld oe se- parednesa day bomb explosion here In cured. -JlDlG. was obtained by Iba supreme court loday.: The district attorney an- nounced his inaotllty lo proceed with the actions aL this time. The court bold that as tha case has been pending for more than two yeara it should be dismissed. Fire clfcrges of murder remain against Jlrs. Mooncy. Her trial E.Dother .murder resulled In acquittal. Gcoci'Fellovs You'll they went through before and after they were iold. You'll See Aurora Mardiganian Herself Armtnian beauty who escaped to America after two yean Tn the hands of Kurdish Slave Raiders 2nd Turkish Harems. Aurora's true story has filmed, with herseEF herself, for the_ purpose of showing -whsi unbridled licence leads to and roualng our people to the true conditions in Near East Everything the film shows happened to either Aurora herself, or Lo some of her caunSry-women. The facts' are substantial td by the Official Reports of th'i Brltlth IrsvestJGator, Viscount Bryce and American Ambassador Morgsnthau. Society people, adults only, paid per seal In New York. Beaton, Philadelphia, Chicago io eee IhTi rernarkablt Motion Pic'.ure. Thi.mor.ty ss collected want in Arncnian Rctitf. See and You'll Never Forget-- FORTr PERSONS THROWN INTO COLD'WATERS BREMERTOX, Wash., Use. 3. Search'for-TJctlma .was being made here.tcrfftj1 by government snd private vessels, near, the, lantllng e.1 .Maaelle, opposite Brsmerion, where an over- loaded float wfint down ofcht and threw about 40 ptrjoni'lnto I he cold I'uget pound Most of Ihs peo- ple were woincu, irnUIng (or 2 ferrj boat. Mrs. il, Annslrong, 60 years of killed. Karly other deaths wero, reported. A check was -toeing made to learn It teore dfed. POLICE HEADQUARTERS, The Manager, The City of Calgary. The Bijou Theatre, Calgary, Thursday, Nov. 20th, 1319. Dsiir th-i Qijou Theatre, and saw the "Auction of it is, we faithful representation of some of the fiendish atrocities perpclrated in Armsr.ia by the unspeakable Turk, and has undoubted cducitlonal value. The history pictured is in its scenes of horror and cruelly tc. tiic barbarities committed by the Huns, in connection with the cpvilation znd .importation vi Beigirins. The devilish spirit of rapine and murder Is the same. There is Rolliing morally or objectionable in this representation, the aim evidently being to arouse public eympat.hy on behalf of ihe much persicuted Armenian.-.- by a simple portrayal of the facts. In this respect the "Auctlan'cf Souls" differs many where ihi main attraction Is the exp'citilr.on of 'Jlc form in every conceivable pfrise and pos- and wiiarc every device of stng.-, dress and undnsi, nnd nctlon arc cbvlously intended '-o make the sppeal to the" Eerees and passions. Yours truly, (5gd.) ALICE .1. JAMIESON, Police Magis-rsle. (Sgd.j A. u. f.icDONALU. Ayant Children's Aid Society. cton From the hook "Ravished Armenia" Now Officially released for exhibition at popular prices AIM! AI 4 DAYS STARTING ;