Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
1'llllUY, DKCEMHKn 10, VJ1H tin: T.F.Tiirmmr.E DAILY PACiK FIFTKEN (iovernmsal I'iiiiy Lender.-) Absolutely Deny Rumor Spi'cnd Yesterday The Prince Heels Veteran a'. MaKos. Clu tu S'J] I in ihe ST. JOHN nitK IN SKVEUE Pole Who Murdered Watch and Turnkey Goes To Face His Maker Death j Food Ministry's Food HeKula- i iions Against Illicit TralTk' LONDON'. Ihrc. 19.--Humora ilia'. l-VLruarv are absolutely denied Ly gov- li'ilikrs LIIM! party agents os- Hint no hnvo been iile (or n general olecttcu. It la In that have bei-i] iracod to who nro said to lia vcrklnu -ror nn j SEARCH FOR CHICKENS election, recognizing tho possibility ihey may h? to force ik crisis. The alleged decision ul labor lo a general slriko early ]D llic new year imless nationalization of mines concede il, 1ms recently hccoine a prrpolually recurring rrjiorl and It ii Vi'lierc belle-! jircralla Ibsl ;i strike will be called, thai cxpRtla- lion of a Kebruary clccllon strong- pfii. OffUial (oallilon circles, how-j ei'pr, ecout ibo idea nn appt-nl loj 1Ho country, unlosB entirety unforc- evDnli make It Tldavit BO the di-fGndant obtaln- nATiTAPP crTiTled a coarch ilml UAJlAdlL, bL'il iho Leonard jireinlseA wun- to a erarch lor Iho SALT [j-VliB CITY. lu the renewal of are asked In a suit lilcd In the Third District Court by James L-oanard agalnct Clarence II. Hydo for nltuged unfojndi'd and "mullcloua" action on the part of Ihc defendant In having the premises of twenty The tn-o Tillsonljiirj papers, the iberal nni Ibfl Obserrcr. have boon to be Issui'-l r.s Ibo l'lcanhurg News. p'Alulltr eearclied cblckens. The cioinplnlnt pels forth that on No- vember 15 Hyde made alMtlivU before City Judge Hrnrr C. Luml lhaL Jio Lconanl to bn In posae-wltm of IwenLy llnrreJ Plymouth Hock heiia, Etoltu from Ihc Jlydo premlf-ca. It further charges unou tlie af- greatly to the huiniliallun of Leonard, who rcprfsonts In his complaint tbai bis fcputatloo and foollnga There- by hurt to the citeul c-f thf: tlainaKes TO TEST VALIDITY PROHIBITION AMENDMENT WASHINGTON. D-ic. Island, through ils I Herbert A. Illce, asked ilie court today, jiornilssiir to iniiiiiro 1 oi-iglnal proceedings lo 'ho lly nf the national prohiljltlnn amend- ment to enjoin fcder.il forces from un- rorcInK It In that sta'.p. HAMILTON, Ont, Dec. The triple murdertr, Paul Kow- I alski, a Pole, was hinged I nigrnlng at sunrise for murder of a fellow COL'itryman nimcJ i Knctt TremEuk. i Seme weeks 339, awaiting execution cf the ssntencc for the Tremluk murcfer, KowslakE 'got loose In the tocal jail and attack- ed his tfeath watch. County Can- stable A. C. Springs lead, killing him a sharpened spoon. When Chief Turnkey Arthur Aw- try and others sprang upon the powerful prisoner and forced him into his cell, Awtry was so badly injured by Kowalski that he died shortly afterward. Trie- hanging this morning carried out without a hitch, alter the condemned man had sobbed out a few wordt in a foreign lan- guage ID a Polish priest who ad- ministered the last sacrament Father Ojsiaasezii'ivpL invnJretlng sali: "He says he IB innocent and had nothing to do with ih" first crime." last sLaU-mcm was only la keeping with the- protestation of Innocence which he had repeatedly made. Father Os'aasezsirpj, afler the Iran wr.a sprung declared, he believed Kowalskl wna innocrnt of the first crime, tho slaying of and j lhat thti kllline of ihc TWO guards hccausc of desoeration Causes Closed Doors BERLIN. Dec. Every res- taurant, cafe, bar and ealing house, even the kosher In the poorer north and east ends of Berlin, closed today in retaliation aeainst the food new regulations suppressing illicit trading in foodstuffs, which they denounce ns more drastic than any law af the old military regime. Many personi todry had provid- ed with emergency ra- tions, but night travellers arriv- ing in the capital, ignorant of was happening, suffered se- verely, as did tick guests in ho- teli, who had to be removed to hospitals, which wjre the only p'acei where food was being plfed, Jt IB freely predicted that the government will be compelled to yield to the striken. .1 school smAi ifi'i'jrJK'.-'i it) ih> Uieir poiieral rucuul durii.x ill.- v.iII b" lak'-r. I.vrer test of Gradd lon v! thro by iL I'- un t... of in.- it the vviil lY.irlaliK1 'In- who aro ravornbly U'iiLl? fur from I'O li-M .11 .1 O1U-.- s-. JOHN. .U will nav I mfVcury 1C a blotV Si. IkL-. ;viOi fin hu'MItu.-i :n Hill of 1'ar.iJifi- Ho this nujriihif; Anil jirur- licallv lli.T t.ily fir'j (Islil lill llaylljhl. (hii'lly ipciecl wen- Hawker's drusiS'.un-1, i-omr-anv's si-jio. nm! A. KlrlppLTF. UnjiaiUi. Aho-Jt !2 Ihe uypc-r ol aro v.ero fori-trt Ihe night by flames. C'hildrbn of Oscar Johnson were ;f ii: An oarlv Ihu 1 I -1 1 i SPECIAL PRICES FOR SATURDAY Silk Armbands in lancy boxes. Regular 75c to 85c. Saturday Special, at n pair.................... 65c Arm Bands and Garter Sets in fancy boxes. Special at.....-.. Plain White Silk Handkerchiefs, each, 50c, TScand..........i. Silk Neck Scarfs, fancy patterns. Spe- cial value at, Knitted Neckwear in fancy boxes. Reg- ular value Saturday Men's Bathrobes, Saturday Special, at................... All Leather Club Bags in brown and black. Regular value Satur- day only Kum-a-part Cuff Buttons, per pair, Men's Silk per cent, dis- count on lines. Braces, Regular value Done up in fancy boxes. Saturday Special, a pair....................85c Linen Handkerchiefs, each 50c to 75c Men's Fancy Silk Neckwear, Regular value Saturday Special All Silk Neckwear. Regular Sat- urday special Imported All Silk Neckwear. Regular S2.00 and Saturday Special at.................... IIJIIOFF For Breaking Off Xegolialions Scores Hig Victory COPENHAGEN, Dec. M. I-it- vlnoff, v.-ho, as representative ol the 507! ct goviimincaL, here recently with J times O'Gradv. llritish delegate, on the problem ot cichaDg- Ing prisoners of var. taiJ today lhat lUe breikios off of negotiations flue to ihe rtttttufle of the gov- real reform in A1- Gchool methods is about to be Dcparlraenlal eiamtna- In tbree of the higher grades pro lo be eliminated, and rpgulatlocs i for the ivorkicg cut of u new scheme [thai Is 10 lake llieir place, will be Issued by the department or educa- tion In [lie course of a few days. Tbe changn will laku eKect in the new year, and some of the students In ihe larger centres of tbe proTince, as a rcauli, will not be required lo viTiic ou Ihe usual exams next June. Pass on Recommendation Closer inspection of Ihe schools is proposed as a means of. keeping the work up to Ihc desired standard, and Eludcols lu grades S, 3 and 10 rnio make satisfactory progress during the year, stand Ihe lesla set by Ihe teach- ers through tbo lerm, and meet the requirements of the public aud nign school will be accepled on tbe rccoianieDdalloD of, the staff withoui. Krhing. This will not apply to cither the matriculation or grade Men's Mocha Gloves, wool lined. Saturday Special at, per pair.........52.25 Fur Lined Gloves, per pair Men's Silk Hose, per pair to Men's Felt Hals; Regular for Regular SHOES Men's Dress Shoes in all the latest lasts. Regular value today for Regular fc-7 Regular Large stock to choose from iii blacks, tans and mahogany shades. ernmenl..- whether II txamTuallons, anil will be J intended to take fiirlhcr ateps relative to Ihc well graded schools in cities and ,o peace, he replied In the negative. larger must leave the mutter lo the The proposed reform is regarded Itcd he declared. "We undor- dcparlmenlai officials as one that >rill slood from Premier Lloyd George thai. Ished us lo deal HrsL with Admir- nl Kolchak and den. Denihtnc. That what the Tlnlshevifc army Is suc- cessfully rioing." OcniVine Viclroy TIELSINGFOnS, Dec. Jlcn- ikine has gained an important, viclory between Tsarltsin and Kamlshln, In Ihc Volga valley, Recording lo news- paper dlspslches received here. It is sntil he has prisoners, besides capturing five cannon and machine .Rims.- Bolshits Are Cocky 5Ir. O'Grady, dUappoint- ment over Ihc failure of Iho negotia- said he bad Litvinoff co i.cess I on c !h3l any reasooable man would have accepted, but that Lltvinon had replied lhat IT ho returned to fiia such pronosala he would be greeted with In lighter and then shot. The Urillsh delegate Is said lo have learned from independent sources "hat the prisoners of war and lirlMsh Civilians in llolshcvilt hands were Tar- ing as satisfactorily as conditions In jtussla would permit Hsavy Flghllng Dec. figlittnfi In the vicinity of -Narva, on llic Ks- L lion Inn front, where the Uolshevlkl -.brough v.-lnler tlcfenBea and captured several villages, Is reported In an official Matenienl lasucd hy Iho soviet governnienl al Moscow today, nolshcvlk cavalry Is- reported to have executed a daring raid on Kremenaspaskala, S5 miles soutfacaaL 1P.E ROYAL STORE provides a varied selection of gifts men like, the kind they buy for themselves the year round. will gladly assist our knowledge of men's needs and the selection of your Gifts to TOLLGIVIXG A FEW USEFUL SUGGESTIONS Silk Handkerchiefs. Belt with Initial Buckle. Silk and Taffeta Shirts. Club Cases. Silk Bath Gowns. Slippers. THE GIFT PAR certificate for A SUIT OR the recipient to make his own choice. THE ROYAL STORE Dallas Hole! Block SUITS AND OVERCOATS We arc offering for Saturday Special Discounts in our Men's Suits and Over- coats. Large stock to choose from. Drop in and look (hem over. It will pay you. MEN'S UNDERWEAR Men's Medium Weight Combinations. Regular for, per suit... 54.85 Men's Medium Weight Combinations. Regular for, per suit. Heavy Ribbed Wool Combinations. Regular for, per suit Heavy Ribbed Wool Combinations. Regular for, per suit LADIFS' WINTER UNDERWEAR Ladiss' Tailor Made Winter Coats, latest styles, lined with Skinner's satin, the value of Shcsc coats today are To be cleared at PHONE 116} WY A B FRED THAELL 315 5th St. of Narva, taking numerous prisoners. On tho eastern front Bolshevik cav- alry on Dec. 15 occupied Ustkameno- gorak, flusslan Turkeyslan, capturing three Cossack foglrncnts. Plan Pctrograd AUack HKLSINGFOIIS, Dec, Ealhonla s agreed Lo return nrraa to tho north western Hnssian army and lo parllcl- pale tn an attack on 1'elrograd if nlllcs .anil AdnHral Kokhali. ot the Omsk government, rc-cognlzc Hie inde- pendence of Kslhonla, according to newspaper dispatches received here It Is said (his agreement was Incor- porated In an answer to an Rllicd role received by Ksihonia recently. Anti-Bolshevik Pfot HELRINUPOHa, Dn.c. fAssocI ated Discovery of an anli- TlolRiifcvlh plot la reported In Pclro- Brad. Nine hundred pervious, Includ Ing several Drllf.ili niicl rill zena, hfivc been arrested. Threo hun- dred and fifty hnrc been executed fol- lowing irlal by a revolutionary Irl- bunal. RESTAURANTEHS TO FIQHT HIGH COST OF LIVING N'EW YORK. Deo. Hcslani... tcrj o( New York hsve ilctlilcil to flEht Ilio hlgli coal of living by open- InR n ccnlrnl (iiirchajInK liurcau IhroURh whlcl? Ihcj- will be able lo buy IhoilsHTids nl long or week. bnvo Jcclrtod lo csliihliah on January 1. n. central employment agency for Inn clly's thonsnnj hotels, rcstnuranU and lunch lootna. They will also a ro- hun-lry, Can You Imagine Xmas Without Candy? There are thousands in Lcllibvidge will not 'consider Chfislmas complete without Victoria Home-made and Hand Rolled Chocolates ORDER EARLY We have many beautiful special idtal gift, Our prices are from 40c up to SPECIAL FOR XMAS OUR XMAS HOME-MADE MIXTURE AT 3Qc ft. ALSO WE CARRY FULL LINE OF NUTS AND DELICIOUS FRUIT. Victoria Confectionery 603 3rd Avenue South, Lethbridge.