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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK UAU..T MKHAIJI MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1910 7 Causes I by the 'lie Bald: "Mr lord, ihe defense can not proceed farther. There are many that prompt us not to HA .in n-7' alnne-vpjy lreier.ir.fi 10 ihe Judgn) and still other cousidercauorjs at. this tlaie are your- self aod ths Jury. The defense lis ca.se and I -ftlii hilnatlon of rte defense cue ID (0 ,he iritl of R, B. HusseU was uneipecledlv This sUteDiem. brought a smile to announce.! today by Robert Cassldy. face of every Juryman. The ten' K. senior defense counsel, during: sjoa Of the court relaxed; its severe For Defense Pleasure by Announcement That Last Witness Had lieeji Called Dcr. l the discussion over the eiamtaMlcn ol ilr. Thoraaa Johuscn, a'-tomey-general o[ Manitoba. The eridence ol this vitnes? completed ihe defense uid at 2 p.m. Mr. Cassldy comminced his ad- dress to the jury. JL J. Andren-s, K. C.. aealor nerroaa pitch nt which the accused ihe Judge and the Jurymen, the coun- sel ind all connected with the court had been under tba pro- ceedings suddenly disappeared ant tho court, which had heard mar.j gravely spoken words and Impassion (or the crown, will aSdreas the Jury ate utterances echoed with, suiden Tuesday, leaving Wedneiday morning I laughter. tor Justice Metcalfe lo mate his 1 Exactly 2a days and one half were charge to the Jury. Justice Metcalfe intea 'ip In hcarlog the evidence fo said that iho TC-roItl could be brought ihe croirn and defense. Apprailnnte In on Wednesday Afternoon ana tie i ly words were spoken nnd Jurj could get away for Christmas. I taken down by the court reporter. The ,At the point where the judge. Iho TOSlh eihibil put in by the Jury, counsel and all iie ofnmls con- nected with Iho trial were resigned lo Ihe apparent fact thai there was EO Jio'Klblllly of conclusion tefore Chriat- zaas, Mr. Casslfy startled the court today. There were 143 witnesses call ed. That the general sympathetic strife cf last EnmmBr was a part of the ba tie of the sorters to bring ahoct "pro ducllon for use." Uiat K a meol of the Winnipeg depute couW not be rcsvhed ,11 wua Intention extend the EtrIKe thro-Jshoat the ot Canada, was the state- lent given, by Alderman Ernest Hob- iiHi. secretary of Ihe Tradei and atoor Council, coutlnulns his He adinllteJ that men hatJ c-cn sent to Kcnora, Fort William and ort Arthur to null our railway loyees. Russell auj his associates were not for the and did not oke part in ila orgauliatlon: but It brought about by the unrest of ho rank and file of the workers who resseil for action, the vrltne.'s deciar- d. Not Responsible for Strlka 'Continuing lils testimony in lliB trial f It, 11. charged wilb seur lous conspiracy, todcvy, Ernest Robin un. secretary of tho and Labor said lost ihe accused and ..5 iL'socIalos did not cause tbe gen- r.tl syn.vaUiiMie sirike iast .iM dlil no: It. It was nbout, he stated, by pressure from ihe ill? nf Iho trailfs .UDLOI novptueni. The wituess said Uial he not et ihe Calgarj" lubor coureu ion. Tbe wlincss expro'sed his belle n The General striae as a weapon to murcsd upon the .employer thu fac hat somthics WAS- wrong In Iho in iuMrial Miuaiinn. He wcatd not ad mil that intimidation and dEsorde enerally accoinpauied seDtral strlte and any pickeitins was conducted Ii a peaceable manner, Mr. llpbinson said ho was a member of an intcrua ional uuion which did not approve Ih Oua Big Uiiiou idea. Crcus-exarjiined. Tvlr. Robinson sal that he was one of the original slrik committee and admitted that water works employees were requested, I keep the water pressure et 30 pound "In order tD lurtmTenlence the com mercial interests." Mr. Coyne, for the crown, told Ih witness that tho commercial interest were citizens and asteJ If Mr. lloblo son thought Ujat ho was doing bis daty Impartially as AD alderman or the city. Witness implied in Iho at- firmative. lie tbul he kusw !I British Inventor Has Which is Close Approii matlon of Actual Duvlight JELLtCOE AND BORDEN CONFER OTTAWA, Dec. Jell Icon's coming report on naval poHcv was under dliCUi- sloii Ihla morn In JE at a confer- cuce belweou Lord Jelllcoa and lSlr Roberl Bordeu. Thli aftor- noou Lord Jelllcoe IP lo meet (he other memberi ol tbe gov- ernment. v o ii (he Practice in England One Employer Says Women Too Much W.W.BUMED. Dec. Ughl v 'ir any eitstlny urrange- .nent of arllDdal light and la Iho clos- appropriate to actual dayllebt ever jmpllshed U uadersiood oy ihv j chamber of commerce m LIM London to liavo been perfected here. Tbo apparatus coniU'.s of a lower electric lEgbt bulb, fitted with. a[ opaque r -flector, the silver-1 ed Inner end ot wblch ihoj _ it agilnst -A parasol abaped screen t placed above tbe light. The screen Is' lined with small pieces of different colors, erranned aeconUnic lo a form- ula worked out bj SuerlnRbam, tha In- ventor, and perfected in Iho Imperial College of scient'o and, tochnolosy- The light Is BaltJ to.sbon- colons almost 33 well as daylight, SENATOR LANDRY DEAD QUEBEC, Dec. August Chnrlcs Philippe died Sleaiiiship Just Reach- YorLii R Fire Die Out And Im- perilled Life NEW VORK. Dec. petty ofTicars and nine members ot the crew of the United Elates transvort Amer- ica, cliKrged wILli mutiny on the nigh seaa and other crimes, faced an offl chl Investigation todiy on board Ibe transport at her dock al llctofcen. Sit other members of the crew arc report ed to U9 in the transport's hospital. Unofficial reports said tho trouhle TVQS fomented br an agilntor Whoa tLe America docked tfay, after having landed the UnUe health for somo llmo. He Is the fc cr of Brig.-Ceiienil offlcer coniraandinB mUllary district No. 5 ol this cKy. Senator JRH. 15, '1S46. and 'as bora In Quebec edacaled at Quebec Seminary and Laval Univer- sity. Later he followed courses at SL Anne's Agricultural Co'lege and that The city had contracts to supply UnivcrsUy of Ottawa. He was cleclrd rarious water at nor- io tlie Further cross-examined, Ihe wit- ness admitted that at a meeting oF Ihs Trades snd Labor Council on April jy, '.he Eecrctarv was ordered lo seed a circnlar teller throushout 'Man- itoba as ting fur donations to finance BRITAIN INCREASES OLD AGE PENSIONS Quebec for Miontgomcry in iS'io, was a mem- ber of the houso of commons (or the constituency Ircm ]S7S to 1SS7. Tie was called to the senate by Lord Der- by on Feb. 13. 1S92 and was appointed speaker ol tbe senate by tb.o Duke of Connausht In Oct. 1S.1. ATE COUGH TABLETS SUA'LKBT SQ4f NEW LISKBARD. Oat., Dec. Sitting in his high chair- the 10 'N', 3ec. house ot Eon Of James AlsLrop, of today gassed a reEpluUim in- Qa "While Kivor dlsrict giten t bottle to play with. The bottle con> ialncd cough tsblcis. The tLe bottle, ate some cf tbe UV Lets and d'cd. LONDON', commons creasing the old age ehilllngi ireekly. Shoppers' Guide Community Plate, Adam and Exeter Design Berry Spoons BntterKiiives---51.25 Gravy Hdles Cold Meat Forb Pickle Orange half down....... Tongi Carving Sets Canren, Small, 2 pieces Knives, Hollow Handle, 6 in roll........J9.2S Carving Sets..... Watches to to Pocket Knives .....50c to Hockey Pucks ......25c to 50c Hockey Slicks Percolators to Aluminum Tea Pots Razors to Auto-Strop Razors Giflelte Razor Sets to 25c to Skates 75c to Roasting Pans to Also Rid of j.pheumaHwn After Tan I ic Bulldc Him Up. LONDON1, Dec. Althousli many rEtlsh banks "but I a ess house i avo docldeil to relalu large numbera T vronien employees, becnuso o( their rru-leiicy. women are beinji dismissed y finployers men can be Ltaiuc-d to fill tbolr places. One business man, vrlio Ls uol is dtsriose Ji.s iuuui.iy, hu iivcD l.ls reasons why lio will not em- tloy wqoieii after three years' ciper- cnce. ills rpBBOua havo received wide llclty anO iocludc1 tho euggeslloa hat women employees create AH oapLcrc of Intrigue. OIIP of Llie of his women employees, lie declares, was tJic Olscloslug of business sccrolB o ttieJr men Trlends nt luncheon, iiartly 'rom "sheer loro o( Leiug important." Heart-breaking, tearful ECCLICS of- :cn (oltowcd any attempt lo discharge Lla women employees that this Lim- ness man Kays tlial bla llfo became miserable. STRONG FOR WOODEN HOUSES LONDON, Dec. mall, O.A..P.) a letter In the TJruea met a culumu, Ageut-GeQcral Wade. o( IJrittsh Columbia, nOvocates anew be claim3 (or tho bouses ns sLil lii Onnnda as a means of orer- corning the Bhortafa. Ml'. Wade breaks ol 'VelrJ and comical attacks" mado upon voodea houses by Dr. AdJisou. minister ol health, bis officials auO that the problem ot reinilldlog can be met by mass In municipal elections fourteen or fifteen Mnssacliuseltg cities voted against prohibition. SANTA CLAUS .AND PUBLICITY WALK ARM IN ARM FOR THE BEN- EFIT OF US ALL. mornlni; al the age of 71 years Stntoi peace delegates al. quarantine and 11 months. He had been Ln 111 Saturday night, tho accused men taken ashore in irona ana ine Elory o nmtTnr, reading aomethlns like tbo3i of the old days when the pirate a wll d tho main, was reycaled Ln part. It Is charged that the men aUemp t (o leave the'ship without pennfs IOD, let the fire dla out, Imperilled j ler safely by cutting off the elaclric; committed pptlr robberj'. frigh- encd women passengers and gambled n defiance of the officers. One of the ringleaders Is s.ild to bo Villtam Calkins, an ordinary seaman, :harmed with being a member of the W. W. Ho had been" arrested at sea but escaped tho armed guard until the raaspDrl was ressavchcd beforo docking. x NO REPORT AT WASHINGTON WASHINGTON, Dec. import :oncennng a mttiny ol 'he crew ol !ne transporl America been re- ceived at Lhe -war offica ear.y today, officials said. The commanding offi- cer of tie ship had been instructed to forward a detailed account. HAY PRICES WILL BE.tVEN HIGHER SYDNEY. X. S., Dec. hay prices yiay this 50 higher even lhan the toil, which caused such an outcry .last sjiriiig1, la the stalenient of local dealers'here today TVholesajers say tliBt there are ct large supplies of hay la sight for this district and thai prices bound to jump above all former levels. I wil. be at the .Alexandra Hotel for THREE DAYS ONLY, 12nd, 23rd and 24th December, an cxclusiTo liao or SATIN3, SERGES, AND CHIFFON VELVET DRESSES in all leading shades and sizes. MRS. SAPERSTONE ALEXANDRA HOTtL TAXES vTaipas'ora are reminded that the LAST DAY for taking advantage of the scheme of lax pajrmonl whereby Ilia 1315 lases and inlercs: only on arrears may be paid to obvlalo Tar Sale proceedings IS DECEMBER THE 31it. A discount ol Sii Percent on current Tear's (i. available Tor paynicnt In December- t. Tai dalo must ue advertUed aflcr llio end o: the year. i i r 'K. Wm. MEECH, T City Assessor Knives, Modeled Handle, 6 in 5 o'clock Spoons, half Tea Spoons, half doz- en----------- Peisert half Baby Spooni, 1 in lin- ed box Forks, Medium or Din- ner, 6 in plain DetMii or Luncheon, 6 in plain box Electric Irons 56.50 to Aluminum Tea Kettles to NkklcPlatfd Tea Pots to NicUe Plated Tea Ket- tlei-- to S4.50 Alarm Clocks..... to Child's Sets 75c to Casserole Sauce Pans White Handled Knives, with forks to match pieces in While Handled Knives, with silver plated forks, 12 pieces in lintc! Hand Sleighs..... Silver Plated Tea Set, .....75c to 4 Hart Hardware QUALITY 418 Thirteenth St. N. SERVICE "1C there over -wat. a lime In my life Trhen I felt belter than 1 do since taking lala Tanlac I can't remnmbe It." said Rod C. McDonald, the black smith, living at 4 Cucard street, Ifar, 3 tew days ago, 'That spell of I had last fall, continued 11 r. McDonald, "left me with stomach trouble and rheumatism and EO -weak aad run down that I couldn't shoe three horses without be- ing completely uhaiiEled. I had no appetite end my stomach was ED up- set that even the sight or smel! of food would nauseate ms. irould often leave lae La Ma without ealio; 2 bite and when I dfd cat anrllitng ii seemed to do me Little, or no good, a a I feli of[ twenty pounds la Trefgbt Jly nerrea iirere so shattered that 1 would wafce np at all hours of the night, never getting any roun'I and felt EO bad in' the mornings that It was all I could do lo get off Lo the Bhop, and besides I just hurt all over with rheumatism. My less, arras and ehouldera Lo ache clean to My joints would get and 1 could harilly beml thtni ITJ damp vreather, especially, I couldn't maki a movo without Eiifterins f.ffony. Th wn? a constant pain in the small o' my back and my anns shoultlars were so stiff nnd painful thai It lcult for me 10 raise my hinds to ray head, r was so alllf and achy Jn Lho mornings that I burl trouble gulling'my clothca on anil between the rheurnallsm anil thftt tired worn out feeling I was ebout 'all "Just before I ElarJed on Tanlac had made rjp my mind Lo alop trying to work ani go to iho country if that would help mo, for I petting worse all LJic time. In Lhc 1 ran across a Tnnlae tea timonlal that described my case RO wc-11 thai I concluded lo BCC If Ih mcdtclno would help me. Well, It nol only licTped me, It almost mad a new man of inc. I Jiavc LnhCn al: lies notv nntl hare nottrn bad pounds of my lost weight al- ready. My annsDLo Is grnt and I ant eiillng three hearty mrala every day p.nd my atomacn nertr LrouLlea me In the least. And to tlio rheumatism T haven't had D touch ol ft since T finished my secoml bottle of T.inlac. 1 believe it ha? left mo for good 1 work ten hours clay anrl never fcftl D Algr. ol It. I ran gn Ir. hcJ at ofBlit o'clock nt nrght nnil sk'ip jtliC a los until six the next morning All lhal tlrcO, weak, fcclinK Is ari'1 I ran now shofl an average of twclvp horses adayand sllll feel line. 1 rloiT( reel elects oJ Lhc 'flu' now uny .rr.oro llian If r had never hid (I. in fact, I am J'.ia'. IcMiiiiT lino and cm Tviliir: far Liu ttat I hart; tvtr Tflnlac Is ROM In by John It In Coal hurst by Diamond Drug ft Stationery Store, and In Warner by Mrs. N. Dcr- Independent Meat Market For Choice Milk-Fed Turkeys Geese-Ducks Chickens Aleo a full line of choice meats for the Xmas trade I K. OF P. BUILDING FIFTH STREET S. PHONE 635 1 P ___, S ;