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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta X I5M5P TEN 1'HK LETHBKIUGE DAILY HSKAI JF> MONDAY, DECEMBER Tells Montaaa Crown Attorney ''.About the Shooting of Henry Jaeobsen (Sweet Grass Advocate.) County Attorney Jesse Henderson vaj a Sweet Grass, visitor Monday and Tuesday. The purpose of bis visK he.-s was to get more evidence on .tie- killing of Henry 3acobsen vhtch occurred some two weeks sgo, He also wanted to tearu more about he hildup west pi town last week, which he did. Mr. Henderson said that he was out of town at the time Jacobson was killed hut Immediately upon tns return and learning, the details 61 the case he ordorod Swlggum ar- rested. Ho said that Swlgfum made a written confession that ha shot and iillcd-.Henry ?Jacobseu in self defense. The confession of Swlggum In part Is to him was taken early Id the day betoro the shooting affair. He had a cache 'of several bottles near near. Thl E-B-iS .taken. In the afternoon Vanrn'eer his partner, .started south j with a load, .of fancy whiskey, and This was taken. In the afternoon gen and another party so Mlfcs al- leged. Ho claims that he started Cut and Roads Sought by Delegation from Medicine Hat EDMOXTON, Dec, Schbo! telbp'JMes and roads In a new block of the Southern ffcrrofrE country that Is telng opened up for Famoiu Chief of Mounted Police After Bank thinking 'that. he. might find settlement are the program of pub-, Jacobsen nnd the others and get utilities and government irtu'rove-! whiskey back it he [meiits asked for hy-the fielegallon He had the, misfortune to lose his'that has come tq the capital from left arm about a'xeir ago and lad Medicine Hat. D. W. 'W. received compensation amounting 5o i McLean and Captain 'Anderson; re- about was all the money I presenting the .Canada -and he had in the world and being >r5ablej Irrigation Co, comprise the delega- te work he" invested it In liquor and they were'" Introduced' by then it was stolen JCaplain C. S Pinsie, speaker the Swiggom said thai ha saw tho gun legislature, In making their calls up- on the.pound'when Henry and Wai-ion the government departments con- fer and picked it' up.'Kerned; He alleged that "you! Of the acres of land held are or'words to! by the company, it was stated by Mr. that then. Jacohsen struck Hayes, who is engineer of tho irriga The Inventor of thia." marvelous .pro- cess gave it to the world To the avtolst especially. It means much, for by Its use .we .can weld broken parts IhYa'few boyira that will be as good S3 new. We can weld anything that' Let us demonstrate how you may' save money on jour repairs. LAWFORD WELDING co. Leihbrldge Hotel. him on the stub of this arm; and tra- mediately after this the shot was fired that killed Jacobsen. Swlggum was arrested at Leth- bridse He was at the hospital there for several -days, he says, having'his arm treated. Before leaving Mr. Henderson slat' he was not through with the parties that wert im plicated in the holdup of-last week. Mrs Lee, wife of the lato John who, ran a cafe In Woodstock, placed a roast candy, 'flow- ers "and a number of other, eatables on thefgrave of her hnsbanoY before her departure-f or'Chliia five children. .Our New Steam 'Pressing Machine not be hard ba year- clothing. When done properly, pressing and (ponging will make TOOT garments yrear longer. TWby not have yoor jdone, by the newest pro- cess. Oar prices are reasonable. ij'ear, and it is to secure utility services in view of this pros- pective 'settlement- that the jdelega- tion is now. conferring with ernment. made long contracts when the short- age was acute believe that a clump in prices Is coming as a. result ol tho In- created lunxjrUtlens from Europe, aim are regretting their haste-in entering long contracts. Announcement made last week by the Q. H. Mead fcompaajr, which markets'the produce of the'Abitibl and Spanish River mills la the United states, .that Its contract price for the first tin months of would be seven cents. The price of the Canadian Export Paper' company, aits as- United sales agent for uiost of tba large Canadian nUlt. will not be Increased over the the whole year at five cents. Canadians here neb-) are interested in the expo rt. t redo of. Dominion, %ar o of tho'opinlon that" tho move of the- Mead company in Increasing tho prlco Is likely to a detrimental effect upon' t'ttuda's, Bale's to the United They say tiat Swedish and Japanese paper is'nqw available here at cents and tbitlhere are indict Uohs be a big supply available trom those sources. Plenty of foreign.tonnage is still being offer- ed in New. Yorrk for 1931 delivery and there arc Indication's that many United Stales publishers will look to Europe centt Is to' indicate thii- the .move of the Mead company Is con- aidered Ili-aivlaed by oany of tha cents during the tint quarter off for lupplles If the Canadian price goes 1921. The International will maintain to ceveu cents The tact that the ma- iaJjVe figure while the Great Nor joriiy it the Canad'an companies are renewed all contracts forsattsfied to make contracts at CUT IN NEW YORK, for- ces of the American Hallway Sntu company are being reduced throush out the United States of a era! slump In businsu, it wu an- at the headqurt- en here How mazy of the concern's are affected not learned. "Businesa is flat all over United said an official, "aid there would be somethiai wrong with our if were not Kleawd It Is necessary to exercise property MILLERAND TABOOS i "OFFICIAL KISS AT "FUTURE FUNCTIONS PARIS. President Millerahd will.kiss no more at state func- tions In the past French presidents have kissed freely at alLfunc- and when dec- 'orations. bearded or or look- ed alike to the President when he officially "went to work" on these occasions. Now President Mtllerand has announced he.will'kiss no more' and the osculatory embrace in soon fall Into a "state 6f innocuous desuetude. I THE ANNOUNCEMENT ON PAGE ,13 WILL HELP. 'MAKE YOUR GIFT BUY- ING EASY AND ECONOMI- CAL. Chlet R. S Knight, of Mounted Police of Manitoba, announces a defin- ite campaign .to round up the bootleg- gers "of that province. U. S. Getting More Paper From Scandanavia and Japan- Competition Grows THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH NEW Dec. Can- adian of a number of the leading Canadian pulp and: paper arrived. In New York yesterday 'and 'are holding a series 'of private with: a number of United Stales publisherE No details regarding the matters un der consideration are available but it is. understood qucslion ot'the price of newsprint for 1921 has bee- udder discussion o paper from Scandinavian confine Indicate that Canadian importation: this year ever-increas lug-competition in.the United Slate., markets It Is reported that big United States publishers who Smokes OLD CHUN There's worM ef satisfaction in a pipeful of Old Chum Tobacco. C CM. heat gbn-hard runranj edge combmed with a tough core which malcra blades practically unbreakable. .Heavily nickel-plated over copper to prevent rurt. MaJt in CmamJa Used by i The who won the Olympic Amateur Koclrfy World's _. Championship at Antwerp last one exception used Automobile Skates. The entire American Olympic Team, winners of swond place, were equipped with Autoraobilt Skates. j Made of Special Automobile Steels of the Pack Not Be Caught WE STARTED a few weefcs ago to do what people want-GIVE LOWER PRICES, and we did. WE ARE STILL AT IT! There are thousands of people all over the country who have been mighty glad that Thaell started the attack on high prices. Greater opportunities are in store for you. If these Suits and Overcoats could talk they would holler fpr mercy, the way we are cutting them DONT MIS 's V A TORNADO OF I VALUE GIVING IA GALAXY OF [BARGAINS! IMTfflSOVER All otir best suits which include the Jij.best Mue'Serges andlfine grey Eng- a beautiful range of fancy Jattem'Worsteds, }n as well 'taltorad suits ,as is possible to buy, and reasonably priced in tho regular way. at-from to usually sold In other makes at from to. These we'aro putting in at. the one price of SUIT Don't worry about Low much we ars going to loso on these 6ull3. Come Sid buy-ons. 'We want to sell them. FOR WINT.ER BY QRAn- .8ING ONE OF THESE Sheep Lined Coats th'e. best price you will find s.ny- (where. Regular CUT TO THIS PRICE WILL, MOVE. THESE PURE WOOL Pullover Sweaters at cut to Regular at cut to Ik Best Yet Scramble for your size In thts lot of Men's .Shoes', black and tan, In both recede, and block toe lasts, Bold regularly pair. We want you to lake them pair It you want -good wearing v Wort Pants you will dkl In on this: Grey Mole- skin, the Lest thing for wear money can buy. Reg. 98.00 pair, cut to 95c Table Hero ie where "voli net something (or nothing. Broken sizes in Under- shlrU and Drawers, Woollen and "lea- ther (Jlove.i, Men's OapvOdds: and Ends In dllterent lines and regular values up to {3.00. Anything In the, lot GETINONTfflS j For real Oiercoat values >oa will look in Vain to equal these: Ftcg 00 Coat- Cut to keg Coal- Cut to Reg Coal- Cut to v 1.00 'neg "Cut to........... MEN'S SUITS v' at' prices that represeht brg In fact; cheaper than yon .qould buy them- wholesale arid pay the express 'to your homo. 417 Art .UU Suit, Reg _ Cut to Suit, Heg. Cut to Suit, Reg Cut to Suit, Reg Cut to FRED THAELL FIFTH STREET SOUTH THE LEAD OFF MAN H-4- LETHBRIDQE X Brace Up Here is a cban6e. for very Ifttle money President' style Braces that 'sell regularly at Jl pair BRACE UP PRICE, PAIR 39c WhatWouldYouSay ft you sot a charfee at a bunch of real good Work Shirts'' In galsteas arid chanibraya that regularly gell at from to <3.00 for, each ;95c LET'S. CO, EH I Pick Off a pure wool Mackinaw at these prices Regular Cut to Regular Cut to ;