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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1C. THE 7-RTTinRf OAILY HERALD. PAGE NMXK Highest Court in Empire Rules Thai Engine Must Live Up To Us Claims was ed by cable yesterday at lUo offices il tbo Saskatchewan Orniu Growers" association (hat (be appoal nd notes was eviJontly dipallo -n the ground that lie hept the engine alter ho tr.ew it no1 right., EO Ibat he was rol tDlitltd to ecisalon. uuL only to flrilish Writers Who Accom- panied Prince of (o Canada Curn plain July 23, 1311, the day when ac-nt the ul 11 mat um to Serbia which 3 destined to cbantfe the course of history. She to in seclusion in rhneiUK here :vnd Evoing only .1 fesv of her old [rii-nds. U. S. WINTER WHEAT AREA WASHINGTON', IK-c. win- ter Vi'lieal area J-mvu ihis fall i? i acres, [ho de-par imrnl ut agriculture aiuiauuce-l reviscj of la annuuiK'td as ccn'Jilion of lho crop l ucrcs 1 of ULL- tin- tlsh papers arc: only now learning of a oolr- of dii-satlatacUon which existed during ihe Canadian tour of Ihc Prince of Walts anil which coulil have betn reported AS EOOD as Ihe Prince's parly arrived in Canada. That the dissatisfaction existed when the Prince was on Hits cozM iras prov- ed by the (act that home cl the news- paper correspondent with (he parly ire re heard 10 make I plaints while in this city. j A dispatch frotn Jyandou yesterday' Raid: "The London correspondent ol Liverpool Po3i says newspaper rsp- on the lour ol the Prince (ft VTnles complain of want of consid- eration, not on ihe pan of the Prince, who was charming, but certain mem- r-ns of his etaff. Lnd point out that if a. lour of India or Australia IE to I be undertaken, a. better understand- ing will bare to be established. tYom which Trcre dropped (o Vancouver nnwEpaper men during the Tlojal visit hore. It b cvldcni "hat Admiral Halsejr. CLief of Stali, was tho man who was non grata with Ihc British journalists who traveled with trie Prince. Difference! of opinion In regard ta ibe arrange- monls Tor reporting the Prince's tour through Csesib dsrre'-npeu even ha- j Torn the party arrived at Hnllfax, and LONDON. Ihe relations between Admiral Ilalscy wIlL reference lo (lie conclusion became peace with Turtcc-y and Hungary and strained te lime went on. 5.2 per cent, nt A normal '..-omr.arM with SS 5 on Dti-ember I last year, in and S9.5 for tlie leu years December average. FO MAINTAIN LAW AND OnUKH IN JRKLAND Dec. lo a qut-.uion of William VTcdRon'oad llenn. pral. as lo Iho goveiLineat -iidf-J to continue military rsprcs- aicm of Ireland urni! next year, tae iLiier, mid Faid il was ibe sciiou or the RovcT'injeci to inaln- talt) law and ovdrr. A molten by T. H. O'Connor, Irish ailooaliat, In S'JJoutn the touto in order to the wholesale arrosts in the deportalluti of prison- ers wLthonl Irlal. lucludlng Sin Fein members of the houee of comirons and Ihe diBordere created '.heraby, fail- ed owing lo lack ot eupport. v -i1 TRAVELS IBS MILES PER HOUR IN PLANE v PARIS, Dec. Le- v colnlo, the French aviator, in v nn officially liinti] IPSI averaged ?03 2'2i> metres (about miles anil 241 Vi yards) ID a.u hour. Al one linjo liecoiiite attained a speed of Zf> I kilometres an hour. Daker, Grev i owns hip, had his ann broken by beiuu squeezed in He stall tr a horse ho was cleaning. Recent ('anTcronce in London, With the Adriatic and Turkish Questions THE OLD WAY to appoint n friend Eieoulor and put him ID miso THE NEW WAY is lo appoint n Trust. Company which is available, and has ihc experience. Company Administration Ii oiwapor than pcraor.nl. The British Canadian Trust Co. 315 FIFTH STREET G. EXECUTORS LET H BRIDGE, ALBERTA Ihc Adriatic question loot place dur- ing the recent conference in Downing ptroot. Premier Uoyd George told tbe lions? of loday sit- linga of the peaue coiifcrence and raiidcatiou of the treaty already con- cluding and execution or Mirir claue cs also were (lipcussed. The zconomir, ;tnd sjiua-, (foil was examined in deini! and in' order lo provide a remedy (or the full In exchange whicli prejudicial TO the two nations. Grrat ttriialn agreed to permit the issue o? n French loan in be said. The Rua- ian situation was given full consSd- iRtlou. Upon c.11 questicna ihe allies were complete the preinlor awerted nntl the conference would ue eaumed at an er.rly dale, or one con- 'enient for. tlie attendance of Ihe premiers ot t'rauue, Italy and Great Irltatn and the repreFenlntlres of .Ihn Jolted Slates and Japan in order to onnulite proposals for Ibc treaty with Turley nnd finally 10 dispose ol the dHlicuities frum the A-Jrii- ic situation. Lloyd to Vteit Paris PARIS, Dtc. commenting to- lay on tbe London conference In by Premiere Lloyd Qcorge and Clemenceau fnd other alUec statesmen, the Echo de Parts It E probable thai Ihe British premier ill visit Paris before tbc end of the year for another consultation on pcod Ing questions, The Potit iv.risjpn declares it way b" deflnitoly all Ibo dlv of opitiion Kranc uid Great.Britain on peace were aJlusted at Ihe Lon- don confernncc ftnd lhal an ajretmeat was concluder! concerning Conatantl- noplc, Syria and Alia ttlnor. of the Jourofls co en pit IB od Ibat Ibetr con- venience was frwruenlli ipiored, and lhat they were Ircated raoro as an unavoidable evil as an India- penEsble factor In presenting a Brit- ish viev.- of tie OuaiHun lour lo the HHtlsli public. While In Vancouver ihr-. visiting nrnnliEls ciemptt'l the Prince from' any dlasatlifactlon, pointing out thai 10 was. nlwavs CGiisiiic-raie and Banking Service VfOUR banking requirements may be enlrusled to ibis Bank witb every confidence tbat careful and efficie.nl ser- vice .will be rendered. Our facilities arc entirely at your disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LKTHRRIDGE BRANCH, R. T. Bcymncr, Manager. WAR ROMANCE HAS HAPPILY CULMINATED Br.ctrriolorjiit Ana Meet in Parted by WJT FREDSRiCTON'. X.B.- -An Lnlerost- j WLi- tuiiuioatBd hero this allerDocui iu ihn wedding o[ Miss Hclcan VanntrJ, hich lh ler ol ea-Ald. A. and Mrs. Van- warl or r'TCdcricloi'. anil Dr. Allan Grant Loci lie fid, son of Prof. Wm. Lochhead of Mar.-3una.ld Coll and V.rs. of Montreal, cok. place at :ihe residence ol bride's Trhen the war brofca oat in rope In 1914, Dr. Ixjciheid the studying ID Germany, the formar taking a ptnl-gradiate COUTM rn while 3Ua-j Yanwart wta pursuing anvancstl mt tludiea. Gnt- ot tlie feir BrHlsb Jecti who able to good (heir cRcapc from Hun land Mlsa VaawETt, but. Dr. Loehhoi cot to fortunate, and was lalerned In the civilian prlsou camp at Hah lebeu. Dear EJerlia. bad me for the. flrfit time la axiT their bad ripened, 10 separated ther continued their eaiTespcadenco Lhe Umlta Lions o' the German censorship, no 111 Dr. Lochhetd VTE.S releend, fa! lowing the signing of the armlitlco when he hurried back to Canada and today's TMldlng Is tbn sequel. After a short honeymoon In Mont iAl, whence they leare by C. P. H. thlc orening, the? will nip.he the! home In Toronto, Trtiere Or, Loch head will take up bBcterEologEca work. Relumed Soldiers ;ind Citizens Fight Germans nnrl Aus- (rians; Vet is Hurl towed X.S.. Dec. German In'.lnile. tJreiscd old lady WM named Worth IB in jail and a Cana- dian named Campbell ii auffcrlng from severe cuts about the head as lho result of a free-Tor-all fight between Cnnedlflfi-3 and alien enemies at Do- minion, Snrfdaj night. The trouble started .it Worth's house 'where Camp- bell and n man named McPharson were attacked by Garmans Ane- trlana, Tlmy eluded their nseaJJonta and cscapaii down the street, pursued by (lie nl'ens. Near the centre of the .own they were ovcrlakcn and al- by the foreigners. Campbell was slnbhpfl in the fncw and neck sev- eral Hints with jialr of' sc .rrlics were Just closing and a rjulchly s'llhcrcd niul counter-nttRckeil .lie aliens. The (jcrmniis and Aui Irian? wore severely bcalcn and the [orcljinera wero cnly tc.scucd ice tliapersed the crowd. Worth wan taken [o jail nnd warrants arc out Icrr the oilier War Bond Interest Coupons and Cheques Cashed Free. The Bank will cash all Loan coupons or interest cheques when due, on presentation, without making any charge whatever for (he service, If you have not a Savings Aeeomt, why not lisa your interest money to open one witb TbUBwikl BANK Head Office OP IJiTllBRlDCE BRANCH, CANADA Munirch open T Fl. J, DJNNINC, EUGENIE REVISITS TUILERIES GARDENS head and mod63II een welkin LLrouRli tbe TuUertes Gardonn tc VB Ehe wnlkcd, she would atop to pic Autumn flowerc, seared and blaale Ihc cold, but no more faded thi her cheeks. Pageera-by, seeing her and knowin he regulations of the eipccle policeman lo admonlah her, bu slio passed on, followed by a single natd. It -van Ilia once proud Bmpreaa Ku- Kenlc who, bored herealh '.ha weight ol ninety-three thus plucked vlthcrctl (lowero from A garden that dad been She was revisiting a scene poignantly recalling all the tap- crfa, sorrow ami terror which camo her during the ychra eoe was the chief Jewel of the old palace. Ex-Empress Eugenie France on HfLLCREST COLLIERIES SIX PERCENT Increase Fiorn Four lo Six Percent in Dividend Rate MOXTHEAU from four to six percent In the divid- end on IJkllcrest Collieries com' inon ciirnc as somewhat of a avirprlja In market circles here luday, H has been fcr some lime pasl thai the company wag experiencing highly results in tho ivay of earnlitp find, unllhe many Western Canada minlnff enterprises haa no1 Iiad prrjKrcpa Impeded by reason nf Itihor Iroublcs. The announce menl rc-iultefl In the common alo entering new price ground on t Montreal martet today, the high for Ihc rlay belnE 63, with Ui6 transaction P2 1-2, gain 71-2 points OTCT Ihe Inst-aalc rcj.ovl cd in tho hsuc a neck ngo, Stewart, hard wan of Tilbury, Is ;i( Itrc SRC of cighLy-oiio, JOress Itloves- vi 0 DISTINCTION Ask to be shown the newest dainty styles. WE SELL VICTOR RECORDS The Willis Piano Co. 707 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Sir Harry Lauder Will Sing Tonight at Majestic Theatre racceu of this popular comedian has been phenomenal and he is declared to be one of the greatest entertainerg now before the public. Of course, like afl great artists he makes records exclusively {or "Matter's Voice" and they are so natural, that hearen will be simply astonished, erery word aid whuper being abcolotely distinct His full list com- over 70 sefections below is a list of the most popular. HIS MASTER'S VOICE" RECORDS Pnrple Thire It for Me Whm I Roaming' In Wee Hrae 'Wano the Heller Bmkfatt In Bed on Sunday Morn Ennr.y't Ulddle (RKltatlon) HIM to Gtl Up In tho Mornin1 Liddiet Who Foujht ind Won A Wee Dtoch nnd Dorli Slit li My Calvy When 1 Gst Back Again to Bonnie Scotland 70119 70I23 7CCC1 70076 700C3 70121 70107 70117 70062 70009 70009 Any "His Master's Voice" Dealer will gladly play any selection you wish to hear Manufactured by Berliner Gram-o-phpne Limited MontrMl Will There Be a Vidrola in YOUR Home this Christmas RECORDS FOR CHRISTMAS 16380 Silent Nlnht, Holy Night, by the Neapoli- Un Trio, Chrittmai Hymna Selection, Harp. Tlie Arthur Pryors Band Nftureln, bail by Frank Croxton 36479 Divine Service on a Battlefield, Sermon Rev. Parkyn Divine on a Balllrthlp, Sermon Rev. Parkyn Joy to the World...........Trinity Choir Oh Come All Ye Faithful.. Trinity Choir HS06 35678 Hallelujah Chorus ..Victor Mixed Chorus Christmas Songs and Carole .................Victor Mixed Chorus 3B33S Ring Out Wild Belli by Percy Hemui Chrlslmaj Light Behold by Peerleii Quartet 15-112 11 Came Upon a Midnight Clear by Victor Ortorio Choru.3 While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by Victor Ortorio Chorui Mason Risch, Limited BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIDCE, ALBERTA We are Agents for Victor Gramaphones and Records. A good selection of botn on hand R. A. WRIGHT 5 Street S. Balmoral Block Lethbrldge ;