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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta OECiCMBUK 18, 1918 LliTIIHHIDtJK IUU.Y PAGE SEVEN Peculiar Mixi-up in Police Circles Over Hold-up Case Quite tho most peculiar situation which haa arisen I" police circles In Lethurldgo for a long time was on Tuesday afternoon In the case of J- Hllehle charged under iho criminal codq with robbery of An- Avian, u local Ilalluu in the Il6ht district on tho night ot Decem- ber I3lb, Tho case opened with Supt. Penne- father on the bench, Magistrate irwln Hitting with him, but taking no part Iu tie proceedings.. Tho prisoner was not In UJB dock, nor was Avian pres- ent. J, C. Ueniry, appearing for Av Ian, who had laid Ihe charge, asked for a remand for half ait hour as hla inau was sick and unable' to attend court ajid he wanted to gel a doctor's cerlltlcfilB to that effect. The vtt si-anted, -In half an hour court returned but again the sccus td not in Ihe dock. Mr. Uendry presented a certlllcate from Dr. Gal- brailb that Angelo Avian, the inform- ant fn the action, wan. Ill with Ibe pneumonia and could not appear for a week. Mr. Uendry later supplement- ed this with a statement Ihat Ihe In- ONLY MEDICINE fonnant was 111 with pneumonia be- cause ot an Involuntary halh In tha Icy waters ot llio Old Man river on the night ot Dec: 13lh when the al- leged robbery look: place. i'l will therefore aek you to remand Iho caso for one. said Mr. Hen- dry to Iho court. Jlr. A. n. Popple of JJdmoaton, was present lo appear for the accused, lie objected to the whole prtfceedlwj, and especially to the remand, ashler IhQ Sueetss KH AM for a dismissal of the case on ground that tie accused hail not ap- peared in court, that tbe chars? had not heeo read to him, and the iufomunt was pot present. "But 1 can't reraasd. something I haven't Mid 8upl. referring to the (act that the accused mau was not Iu Ihe, dock. "That Is uc-l my said Ml'. Hottdry, "The accused, I' understand, is In tbe possession of the provincial police. We cannot go Into tie provin- cial police cell: lo arrest Mia, but I uuderslanii that Ihe A.M. would pro- duce him here at 2.80 The fact that he Is not here IB not Hurry, Remove Poisons .From Little Stomach, Liver, Bowels. Olve "California Syrup of at Once If Bilious or Constipated. Fij." Look at the tongue, mother! It coal-' it is'a sure sign that your little 'one's MbjnacV liver bowels need' thorough cleansing'ot once, tfale.; J doesn't; sleep. "dOMn't eat or act nat- ii" sour; breath bad. has sore il, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of aid hi a few hours all the foul, constipate'd waste, undigested food and s oil le gen tly, moves' ou I of "the' lltlla bowels without griping, and you hayo a 'Well, playful child again. ;Y6u sick children U harmless "fruit -they 'love'lts delicious'taste, and It al ways.mikes them feel splendid. irour druggist, for'a bottle o "Callfornla'Srrup of which has Ages and for grown-ups "plainly on the nottls. Beware of counterfeits sole here. To ba surp you get the genuine ask to fee that it is made by the "Cal Ifornia-Fig Syrup Company." Itefus any other kind our fault, and places mo In a most In vldlout position." f "We are ready to produce tha man In question al tliw ou the orde' ot Mi Hid Mr. Popple in answer to this. "Bring him requested the court Produced thie Man Court was adjourned for a fev lain tea while Inspector Hundy wen cross (o A. P. P.'headijuarlers an oon Ritchie In A.P.P. no orm, thus the conlec ures about his being a memiitr o he A.P.P. force. He.was guarded b member of Ihe A.P.P. while be stood n tlie dock. Tho charge laiS Ahgeio Avian he alleged victim of hen read to him. As tie trial was a preliminary .hearing he wsi not asked :o auswer U. There was a long con- iroversy between, the court, and Mr. Uendry as to whether the ehivge Lad been laid Jn tha proper .terms, but .his "was allowed to pass. Then.Mr. Uendry asked for a remand until tea o'clock. Dec. was granted and ball was Hied by tbe court it being tbe accused tor 11000 and two sureties for each furnish- ed by Inspector Mandy. and H. P. Maddlson. 'L' During the discussion as to whether hail should- lie granted, Mr. Hendry made the statement that, in case thn the morning of for a icaring charge... Bail'Granted result.was :ihat bill was grant- fact remain's .that Ritchie las never 'arre'sted by an officer of the law a. warrant for his arrest on the particular charge on which he appeared In. the dock'at city police court yesterday. Mr. Hen- OSM nuon why "XrulU4ives" Is so in to those cufferine; with Torpid Liver, InJiges- lion, Ckranle Headaches, Neuralgia, Kidney 'anit Kindlier Troubles, Kkeumnlisni, Pain it the Kecima and other Kkln Affections, is, il Is only medicine in ilie world Euade from fruit juices- It It eompoaed of the mcdiciaal found iu applet, oranges, tfi prunei, tofether vrith the verve tonics and antiseptics of proven repute, He, ii box, G i'or j-.'.W, At all dealers or tent postpaid by Fruit-a-fives IJmitfd, caeo Is heard next Tuesday. It i evident, however, thai a great dea of bard feeling has been engehderi Mtween the two police forces ove he alleged holdup, and Ihe subse- quent proceedings will Iherefore lie of more than ordinary Interest. Utnbrtdgo was probably the IJe Jan. it upot in all Canada yesterday. _ Azure akles, warm sunshine, and dry j roada, more autumn weather than .hat which U to be expected In the 1'roblems To Dis- cussed middle pi December. The weather here i yesterday was at least one or two I remlor bleu vvil! be In Iho annual convention of the LEADERS ARRESTED I.lSliON, Dec. (Ilavas Aucnjy) Dr. Camucho, leader ot the Uulpiiist Kroup In tlie Portuguese chamber of deputies, and Magalhaec leader of the Republican arreeK'iI. was taken Into custody be- cause, It Is alleged, a letter addressed to Iilifljivas found the person.-of tho assassin or president 1'aes, "Ther" a time when farmers getting better prices for (Iieir meat or poultry, than IB the caao a projnlnent meat man in tho city today, In talk- Ing wltli The Herald about objections niaile by farmers that while the prio.o or meat was still blgh to the consum- leKrees'oiljder than (hit at Vancnii- anco at II... ver, considerably milder War Veterans of Albc-rla which was reduced to tuo farmer. at Calgary, where Ilicre Is cnougli )is to ba held in Letubrldge iu Jaou- ary. President Ixingworlh of iho lo- snow for Elelglilng, anil where It lias beep quite cofd. No other place fn western Canada reports BO hlgn a temperature as baa doue lor tha past week. Old-titnei'K Eay it h one of Hit; mild- jsl winters In tlielr experience here. They warn, however, thai there is li- able to come a severe spell of winter later on. "It was just like this In 1910-H said one man, and after the first of the year we had severe winter wciither, with a great deal of uuow and all Iho trains snowbound." cal branch, returned yesterday from an executive meeting In L'dmonton when '.lie dates of the convention were set for January 13, H, 15, 10 and 17, five days, every cue of which it Is expected will be fully tuken up with Hie business ot the coaventlou. There will be about 50 delegates at the convention, which will also be aUcnded by Howard Stulchlmry, sec- retary of the returned soldiers depart- ment of the provincial government. S. J. Shepherd, of the returned soldiers' commission of the province, Mayor Hardle, 1'restdent Marnoch of the board of trade, President Baalim of the Kotary club, and other local men. 'J'he convention, since It Is the first ot the organization sjnce peace has been.signed, is expected to be of the utmost Importance, inasmuch ns'poli- cies of reconstruction are to be fully discussed. ''There Is much meat that comes' in fro mthii fanners that should never be marketer. lint for the good stuff Iho farmers are gelling the good, pric- es. Kor the good beef we are paying anywhere from 11 to 10 cents, while wo are soiling It at from 18 fn 25 j cents." There Is a tremendous Irade In poul- try at tlie present lime, and around at P. Burns and Co., from J1000 lo 12000 worth of poultry has heen band- ied each day, for tho past several weeks. Yesterday about worth of poultry was handled, most of this being turkeys, and fine specimens, too. For these the farmers are get- ting anywhere up to 30 cents. GOES TO TR'OY OAIXiARY, Dee. J. Aus- tin Hunt Icy, M.A., late pastor oC Firsl Baptist church, Calgary, has accepted tbe call to become pastor ot the Fifth Avenue Baptist c'aarch, of Troy, N.Y ASOWDAIE Says Corn Rings, Plasters, Razor and Eating Salvei are Taboo Now. Good things should ba paused, along. It Is now uald that a few drops of.n drug called freezone ap- plied directly upon a tender, acting corn relieves the .soreness and icon the entlro corn, root and all, can to llfteu out without pain. For little cost a quarter of an ounce of frcezone can be obtained from any drug store which is plalm- ed to he sufficient to remove every hard or soft cora or from one's feet. This Is a drug recently announc- ed from Cincinnati It IB gummy but dries It is implied and simply ahilvets up Ibe corn without Inflaming or eveu irrftat Ing the healthy tissue or skin.. Cut this out and lay it on your wife's His Daring V, C. Feat Was Lauded by Sir A. E. Kemp The only.'locomotive engineer to win lite Victoria Cross Is the one periodical published In the United States spoke recently of I'ete lioblri- son, a well-known man; wbo died in action last year, Just af- ter he had performed the remarkable feat for which-he" was posthumously dry states that this l 'not prejudice "We are.going to make a strong lid for lha next convention of the Rural Municipalities for said H. Donahoo. of Foremost', WIio was In the city last night on his way to Calgary to attend a meeting of the executive of Ihe organization Lo complete arrangements for the an- nual convention which Is being held, this year in Calgary. "We could have got it last year.for l-ethbridge, with but a few more rotes, but I think we can make it for nezt year. 1 feel that there will be a great deal more Interest 'taken in this organization in ttie south If we could hold one con- vention at Lethbridge. This would lead to the organization ot more rural municipalities, but as long as the con- ventions are held away in tho north, the south farmers will not take the proper interest-in tliem. PRESENTS FOR HIM CIQARS-rBest known brands in boxes of 10, 25, 60 or-100.; i kinds and all sized hoiei. I packets, tins or glass humidors. well assorted variety to choose from. Brier or Meerschaum, Amber or Bubher stems. Give him the pleasure of coloring a Meerschaum next year. and cigarette holders and cases.. FOR HER Ladles do not smoke, but a box taken from our fine assortment of chocoUttf will certainly pleiM. R. W. WALLACE, ARCADE FIFTH STREET SOUTH Ills case, owing to the fact that Hit-_____________ chle appeared in had the 'decorated the highest dlstnic charge read :and hia for a soldier in Ihe.Brltish Era rr-iotd'TiG OujcuUoirras" ae pire. was properly before the court. Thla will taken by the prose- cution as evidence that Kltchie properly- before the court. Meanwhile tho defense Intimates that there -Is something more to, come when the urn Under Allied Flags Immediate Help Needed to ReUerc Stamtioa iad Mering-Caiuiot Hold Germany RwpowiMe NO W! there is pressing need (or our belp in Belgium today. AJ on SMOSIIT law emoutod tacritory, tntoU Ik. horn ritat unMt wma krt MUST W at DEATH! m. Ik tnt to kao IU anwk it W mit WE storm U caUt to and dtMrM o4 Bm. pi re Pete Robison as he was called by his comrades, on account of hia happy nature, was for years a re- sident of I.ethbridge, although hia peo- ple have been Uvlng in Medicine Hat since: he enlisted. When he enllsled Pole was running out of Lethbridge, and had been a'resldent here for nine years, having lived with Tom Powqll here. feat for which Pete was decoratea was the capture of'a ma- chine gun single banded in which he killed the four gunners, then turned 'the gun on the Germans. On his r'e- j turn he saved a wounded and j Was returning for a second man when he was killed by a German bullet. Sir A. E. overseas minister of mil- iu to his parenls of Ihe gallant young man, said "Though your son made "the supreme sacrifice, his'example has served to encourage deeds. The coun- try is proud to count him among har bravest heroes." The second contest for the presiden- cy of District '18, United Wine Work- ers, will be held on Iho 10th of Tanu- ary. H is provided by the conjtltu- tlon of the district that in case of Ihe necessity of another "election, It must bo held within ono month'from the dala ot tho first election. There is little doubt now of the necessity ot another .election. There are 41 locals In the dis trtct of which 40 are in Alberta. :A few years ago there were but 17 loc- MUSIC'S HERALD OF JOY opportunity this yestf it yours 1' Al! the musicians of the world, waiting eager to be admitted to 'your home'; to furnish joy for yon asati yours on Christmas Day and dayatocome. Great masters of the of vlhe bow and wistful ready, instruments in hand, to do "jour bidding. f Leaders of world-famous orchestral! and bands, ijith batons poised, asking only your assent to fill your home with of glorious sound. 1 j." f'r, The mighty host of sjll tha world's bwt gingers standing, at yoor door, and. only waiting your behest to enter and poor forth the beauty that is theirs for you and The AEOLIAN-VOCALION Greatest of Phonographs Should be in Your Home This Christnu rHE ij a grtst phonograph, but it is more tions due lo momeaUryiniptraUoas and m than more tiian a phonograph, th.t iuatxumenl nccounts largely for the indifference mos hitherto been kpoxn. evenuiallj lofed for even tneir best r niptraUoas and moods, are laciiM. ThU most phonograpH otmm eoords. With the extraordinary equipment iu personnel and machinery J Tht value of the Graduols is giving additional "life" to records graph itself.' All Knolher most important advaaUte poaMaMd ij lie ilionlieiin the fact (hat it wiX play aii tie itandard Make clnqtm and rend contritMlioM fund BELGIAN RE'-ltF COMMITTEE A Buchanan, co Th; Herald, Lethbridge, Alia, or to St. Piter Street, Montreal. WESTERN MEN ON BOARD IlIALIFAX, N.S., Dec. Regina, from lyondoo, De centber J3, !s expected lo arrive here December 21 with 41 officers 2.03D oilier ranks. Among Ihe .pas- sengers there will be the following j from the west: Winnipeg, 1 officer and 40 men; Vancouver, 2 officers and 26 men; Regina, 2 offi- cers andv204 men; Calgary, 2 officers and 1SS men. The F.nsquiho js pected .to arrive here Decemlfcr 18 and to nave officers and 553 other ranks, together wilh six nursing sis- tera. She will bring seven officers and 214 other ranks for Kinguon. Ont., find small nunvbera tcr cad Canadian district A Vocal of records.' Auxiliary Features The Aeolian Company accomplished in producing the Aeoiian- Vocalioa.- For in ita revolutionary is offered for the Erst time in a phonograph the means for Artittic Tone-Control As knows, ejpresaion is the spirit of rnnaic. The lechnique of singing or playing is only, the morn through eiprcsjionis voiced. Without expression music loses most of its .value and almost wholly ila appeal. Music, rendered by the ordinary reproduces expression as well es Unfortunately, however, il is Sp-inlantily, THE AEOLIAN-VOCALIOM IS MADE IN A VARIETY OF MODELS PRICED FROM H9 UFWAWW. J1SO AND UP WITH GRADUOLA, BEAUTIHII. ART AND PERIOD MODELS FROM UP. Mauy other improvements of miner value singly, pecWpa. bnt important in their sum, have beea worked out in tte Voonoa. WILLIS PIANO CO. H. C. C. SALMON, MANAGER HULL (LOCK ;