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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta we WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 19l� �rHE' LEIMBKIDGE DAILY i^riALD PAGE SE Peculiar^Mik^up in Policy Circles Over Hold-up Case Quite tho niost peculiar situation �which has arisen in police circlos In a^ethbridgo for a long time was pre-spnte^ on Tuesday afternoon in the case of J. li. Ritchie charged under the criminal code With robbery oi: An-celo Avian, a local Italian in the red light district on the night of December 13tb. The case opened with Supt. Penno-father on the .bench, Magistrate Irwin sitting with blm, but taking no part in the proceedinjss.. The prisoner was not in tile dock, nor was Avian present. J. C Hendry, appearing tor Avian, wbo bad laid the charge, asked tor a remand for half an hour as his man wa� eicic owl unable to attend court aad he wanted to �et a doctor's certifiCAte.to that effect. The request was gmnteiilt In half an hour court resumed again, but jagain the accused was Dot In the dock. Mr. Hendry presentod a certificate from Dr, Oal-brftitli tbtt Angelo Avian, the informant in the. action, was HI with the pneumonia ind could not appear lor a week. Mr. ^Hendry later Bupplement-ed this with a jstatement that the in- lOOKAT CHILD'S !1 Nurry, Mother! Remove Poisons From kittle Stomach, jLlver, Bowels* Olve ""California Syrup of at Once if Bilious or , Constipated. Fia�' Look-st the tongue, mother! If coated^ It tera sure sign that your tittle^ omi's stomach, liver and bowels need* a gentle/UioTOugh clekn8ing at once. ^, ,u^u. ^�u^�.,�mw a^When peey|sh^,cro8^^4tatless,^le^ care~VhibBe prlsorior doesn't-sleep (ToMn't eat or. act nat-ltue man was so-long as he appeared' Miially,- or is feverish,^ BtomacU souri-breath bad, has storiiach-ache', sore thfoat, diarrhoea, full of cold, elv* a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of ngB," and to a few hours all the foul, constipate'd waste, undigested, food and sour ,b|le gently moves out of'tbe^iittle bowels witbout griping, and you have a .well, playful child again. Vou needn't coax sick kihlldren to �take ,.^18 harmless "fruit laxative;" they love'its delicious taste, and it always, makes them feel Bplendid. dry to the court. .! Mr. A. IS. Popple of Edmonton, was present to appear for the accused. Ho objected to the whole proiceediars,' and especially to the remand, asking for a dismissal of the case on the ground that toe accused had not appeared in oouft, that the charge had not been read to him, and becansa the informant Was not present. ' > Oidfi't Havs Charge "But J can't remand something ' I haven't got," saja 8upt. Pennefather, referring to tjbe tact that tlie accused man. was not in the ^ock. "That is not my fault,", eaid Mr. Hendry. "The accused, V understand, is in the possession �f thip'provincial poliee. We caiioot go into the ^rov'ln-clal police cells to arrest blm,'but I understand that the A.p.P. would produce him here at 2.30. tbi8:.;�fternoou. The fact that he IS! not here is not our fault, and places mo in a, most Invidious position." '�( "We are ready to produce the man in question at any ttue on the order of this court," said Mr. Popple in answer to this. - "Bring him In," requested the court, Produced the Man Court was adjourned for a lew minutes while Inspector, Mundy went across A. P. P.-headquarters and soon Ritchie appeared, in A.P.P. uniform, thus setting arrest ttie conjectures about his being a member of the A.P.P. force. H� was guarded by a member of the A;]^.P. while be stood in the dock. The charge lal[5l -by Angelo Avian, the alleged victim of the bQidup, -was then read to him. As the trial was a prelimtoary-hearing he was not asked to answer it. There was a^ long con troversy between, the court, and Mr. Hendry as to whether tbeyCbarge had been laid in tbtf p;-oper terms, but this was allowed to pass. Then Mr, Hendry asked for a remand until ten o'clock, Dec. 24th,-1'h1s was granted and bail was fixed by the court at $3,000 being the accused for, $1000 and two Burettes for $1000 eacl> furiUsh-ed by Inspector Mundy dud II. P. Maddlson. . v / During the discvsslOQ as to whether bail should, be granted, Mr: Hendry made the statement'that. In case the bail was not granted, the accnsiM should be turned over to the city police as he was their prisoner. This brought about another aquabVle i># tween counsel. The A>P.P. ;intimat�d that Ritchie was their prisoner and would femjain so, Mr. Hendry wanted^ Chief Hardy to arrest Rltishle while he was in the dock, .but tbis didn't appear to be legal. Supt. Pennefather ONLY MEDICINE IHADEFRiFROIT Extraordinirir Success wtiiGli "Fniit-a-lifes" Has AcHieved Qm reason wby "Fmltm^tives" l$i so xtraordlnorily successful In givlsg relief io tbiMecufforing witb Co�slipAtiJHwtectien from winter's teneie-^niswies that cannot waU but MUST ridieTed at encetoaVeitDEATHI V Nsedjroubei WM the fim to; J�|B* ii^ the Uveeh and sarnMlW:�iu VIeieHeus Feeo* poMible? Don't let, tt to said WB let Belgium / starve, tef us c^lt i>ver your ottsnnf $� the OM^iMm ^d childiren' of Brave Utils BeliiwAtOWEJ Make-cheques payable end send contributions t* Bdiian WTmi BEI-OIAN REMlf COM^ITTKE U7 W, A.:Buchanan, c-o The Herald, l.et{ibr)q|M, .AU9,..,,Pr to Hwdquarters, S� St. Peler Strest. Montreal. aecor�ted jwith ?tbe faighest distlhc-tion for a soldier in the British Em-�,plre. � j\ ^ ^'Singing" Pete Robison as he was .Called by his comrades, on account of his happy nature, was for years a resident of Lethbi-idgie, although his people have been living in Medicine Hat Bidce he enlisted. Wb^n he enlisted ^�ete was runnidg out of L�thbridge, and had been a resident here for nine 'years, having lived with Tom PowoU here. Tto feat for which Pete was decorated* was the capture of a machine gun single handed in which he killed the four gunners, then tiimed 'the gun pn the Germans. On his return he sfived a -wounded comrade and was returning for a second man when he was killed by a German bullet. Sir A. E. Kemp, overseas minister of militia"; in ,'writing to his parents of the gallant young man, said "Though your son made the suiireme sacrifice, his example has served to encourage the.men .to;heroic deeds. The country is proud to count him among her bravest heroes." tEClNJllO �The second contest for the presidency of District '18, United Mine Workers, will be held on the 10th of January. It IB provided by the constitution of the'district that In case of the necessity of another election, It must be beld within' one mouth from the date of the first election. There Is little doubt now of the necessity of another .election. There are now 44 locals in the district of which 40 are in Alberta. ; A few years ago there were 'but 17 loc-als.V ^ . WESTERN MEN ON BOARD HALIFAX, N.B., , Deo. , 17.-The slearoer* Regina, from London, December 12, is expected to arrive here December 21 with 41 officers and 2,039 otlier ranks. Among the .poB-sengers there will be the following numbers from the west: Winnipeg. 1 officer and 40 men; Vancouver, ^ Officers and 26 men; Regina, 2-otti-cere and'�204 men; Calgary, 2 officers and 188 men. The Einsquibo JS'expected jto; arrive here Decemnier 18 and to have 36 officers and 559 other! ranks, together with six nursing sisters. She will bring seven officers and 214 otlier ranks tor Kingston, Ont., and small numbers for -each Canadian district , . , Lethbrldge was probably the mildest spot'in all Canada yesterday. Aaure skies, warm sunshine, aud dry roads, iiiore.ljke autumn weather than that wbicijuW, to be expected In the middle gtOjiiAmihcr. The weather hera yesterday .wis at leust one or two degreesyiSljter than that at Vancouver, andC'�f'aB:icpnslderably milder than at Caigary; y^here there is enough snow for slashing, and where It has been quite bofd. No other place in western Canada reports so high a temperature as I^ethbridge has done for the past week. , Old-t'iraers say it is one of the mildest winters in their experience here. They warn, however, that there is liable to come a aevero spoil of winter later on. "It was just like this in 1910-11 said ohe man, and after the first of the.year we had severe winter weather, with a great deal of snow and all the trains snowbound." mumi iFAlERS GETTING GOOD PRICES, SAYS OCAL MEAT MAN OF VETERANS HERE Will Be Held Jan. 1,3-17-Many Problems To Be Di.s-cussed i Premier Stewart will be In attendance at the annual convention of the Great War Veterans of Alberta which lis to be held in Lethbrldge in Ja^iu-ary. President Longworth of the local branch, returned yesterday from an executive meeting in Edmonton when the dates of the convention were set for January 13, 14, 15, 1(5 and 17, five days, every one of which it Is expected, will be fully taken up with the business of the convention. There will be alMut 50 delegates at the convention, which ivlll also be attended by Howard Stutchbury, secretary of the returned soldiers department of the provincial government, S. J. Shepherd, of the returned soldiers' comtnlssion of the province. Mayor Hardle, President Marnoch of the board of trade, President Baalim of the Rotary club, and other local men. The convention, since it is the first of the organization s nee peace has been, signed, Is expected to be of the utmost importance, inasmucli as 'policies of reconstruction are to be fully discussed. "There never was u time when fanners getting better prices for their meat or poultry, than is the case today," said a prominent wholesale meat man in the city today, in talking with The Herald about objections made by larraers that while the price of nreat was still high to the consumer. It was reduced to the farmer. "There is much meat that comes' In fro nithe farmers that should never be mai-ketor. But for the good stuff the farmers are getting the gooc^ prices. For the good beef we are paying anywhere from 14, to Ifi cents, while we are selling it at from 18 to 25 cents." There is a tremendous trade in xkiuI-try at the present time, and around at P. Burns and Co., from $1000 to 12000 worth of poultry has been handled each day, for the past several weeks. Yesterday about ?2000 worth of poultry was handled, most of this being turkeys, and fine specimens, too.. For these the farmers are getting anyHfhere up to 30 cents. LEADERS ARRESrrfeD ' > LISBON, Dec. 10.-(Havas Agency) -Dr. Camacho, leader of the UnlMlst group in the Portuguese cbambat; of;|,; deputies, and Magalhaes Lima, leu'der;;; of the Republican party, have'rbeeuJ^ arrestod. Lima was taken into custody because, it is alleged, a letter addressed i, to him .was found on the persoU'foI the aseissln of President Paes. ' GOES TO TROY CALGARY, Dec. 17.-Rev. ,t. Austin Huntley, M.A., late pastor of First Baptist churcb, Calgary, has accepted the call to become pastor of the Fifth Avenue Baptist church, of Troy/ N.Y. AS OUT OF DATE Says Corn Rinfls, Piastera, Razor and Eating Safves are Taboo Now, Good things shojild be , along. It is now said that a tei^ drops of,a drug called freezone applied directly upon a tender, ac^ng corn relieves the .soreness and aoou'' the entire corn, root and all, 'Can be lifted out -ft'ltliout pain. For little liost a quarter of ' an ounce of freezone dan be obtained from any drug store which is claimed to be sufficient to remove every hard or soft com or callus from one's feet. This is a drug recently announced from Cincinnati. It is gummy but dries the,moment It is %pplied and simply shrivels up the corn without Inflaming or even Irritating the healthy tissue or skin. , Cut this out and lay it on yoUr wife's dresser.-^Advert. "We are, going to make a strong | bid for the' next convention of the Rural Municipalities for Lethbrldge,'/ said A./ J. H. Donahoe, of Foremost", Who was in tho city last night on his way to Calgary to attend a meeting of the executive of the organization to complete arrangements for the an-,nual convention which is being held , this year in Calgary. "We could have ( got it last year.for I..ethbrldge, with | but a few more votes, but I think we ) can make it for next year. I feel i that there will be a great deal more interest taken in this organization in the south It we could hold one convention at, Jjethbridge. This would lead to the organization of more rural municipalities, but as long as the conventions are held away in the north, the south farmers will not take the proper interest.m them. ' pkESENTS FOR HIM CIGARft-T-Best known brands in boxes of 10, 25, 50 or 100. ' CIGARETTES-All kinds and all sized boxes. > TOBACbO-In packets, tins or glass humidors. PIPEI^A well assorted variety to choose from.' Brier br Meerschaum, Amber or Rubber stems. / ' OlviB him the pleasure ot coloring a Meerschaum next year. POUCHES-Cigars, and cigarette holders and cases., FOR HER Ladies do not smoke, but a i>ox taken from our fine assortment of-chocolates will certainly pleoee. R. W. WALLACE, LTD.-THE ARCADE FIFTH STREET SOUTH ' J r MUSIC'S ^ HERALD OF JOY -I- � -1 '1 1 rHAT\ an opportunity this year Ig;:^ yours I' All the miuicians of the ' world, waiting eager to be admitted to your home': to fumigh joy for you aad yours on Christmas Day and throoghj^^) days to come. ^ {.k^-^f^/'' Great masters of the violin-magicians of' . \the bow and wistful strings-standing ready,. BLOCK 04 15 ;