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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 23, iois THE Lim-IBhmGE HBHALD TlffRTEEN jBakers Cocog_ stands all tests; of laboratory and home. i It is pure, it is f delicious, it is J healthful. Walter Baker Co. Limited "ESTABLISHED 1736 MONTREAL.CANAPA DORCHESTER.MASS. NOTED DIVINE PASSES Battle Creek, Mich.1, .Dec. G. Bailey, vj.ce-iudderator of ihii Ceheral assembly of the Presbyterian church and former president of the aBuoelationHs- lit a sanitarium in this cltj _ was 76 years old. His home was in Philadelphia, I'a IRISH .-PRIEST'S BRAVERY London, Cec. men of the -on- UID lOinfne are lull of tllolp Tmh padru ami his big-hearted way with the prisoners. It was a' matter of speculation for sonio time as io how he happened to be in the front. he said. "I went over the top blioys of my flock. Is it not In? uglit oF a priest to be will his Canada must'Carry If Belgium's Children Afe To Be Saved To frurrish file violatioh of Belgium and free its land frphi ihe Huns has been one of the strongest rallying cries of British and Canadians throughout this war. For it our men have fought hard and long, and, stronger and more determined than ever, they are "Carrying on" to the finish. When the soldiers first went out to fight the despoilers of Belgium, we who could riot go undertook to help feed the starving women and children who were victims of German savagery. Are WE carrying on as ihe are doing? Or has our enthusiasm sympathy died help lessened or ceased Certainly the Belgians' need of help has not lessened, but rather increased! Three million women, children and old men are depending for life the Belgian Relief Commission. The Commission in turn depends.on Us Canadians for a substantial share of the necessary food, or the money with which to buy it It we fall short in pur contributions, thousands of Belgian kiddies must go painfully, if not fatally, short in their food supply. Already an alarming number of them, Weakened by scanty rations, are falling victims Id tuberculosis. There would be little merit in restoring Belgium to a nation whose motherhood and youth we had allowed to be decimated and weakened by hunger and resulting disease Let us at home carry on the relief work as unselfishly, as steadfastly and as successfully as our soldier boj s are carrying ori the fighting! If YOU have nut beeii now is the time to give a hand and do your bit. Sent! your subscriptions weekly, monthly or in one lump sum tto Local or Provincial Committees, or Sindditpsn I Ft I' 9 Belgian Relief fund 59 ST. PETEB STREET, MONTBEAL The Greatest, Most Efficiently Organized Relief Work The World Has Ever Seen. Treasgrir is wha To Cure Nerves, Stomach, Kidneys. Dr. Cassell's 1 ablets are a genuine remedy for all forms of nerve, stomach, and kidney trouble in old or young. They are composed of caiefully choben ingredients, each one of which has definite restorative action on Jtho nerve centres controlling the various processes of life; and thus they gh e new activity to tlic bodily organs, and new to the entire system Dr Ramsay Golies, J.P of the City of Dublin, a man of high eminence in the scientific world, great pleasure in expressing toy satisfaction as to the curative effect of Dr Cassell's Tablets m cases of From several cases whtch.have lately come under my I am able to form the opinion that Dr Cassell's Tablets umstituie a and reliable family remedy, and appear to be specially effective for nerve and bodily weakness Dr Cassell's Tablets-are NutntiverRestoradv'e Alterative and Anti-Spasmodic, and of greal Therapeutic value m all derangements of .the Nerve and Functional stems in old or young. -They are the recognised modern hwne remedy for Nenoua Breakdoun, Nerve and Spinal Paralysis, Infffntile Paralysis, tickets, St. Vitus' Dance, Anjcmm, Sleeplessness, Kidney Disease, Dyspepsia, Stomach Catarrh, Brain Fag, Headache, Palpitation, Wasting Diseases, Vital Exhaustion, toss of Flesh, and Premature Decay Specially valuable foi Nursing Mothers and during the Critical Periods of Life rjraefi'1" fthiulhcmt Canadfc sell Dr CaiscH's II net pro.iirable in jont send (o the sblo ijftnts, Harold F Ritchie i Co, LW 10, McCaul Street, Toronto, one M iii tobti for ihe price of five, War fax Extra, 2 cents per tube. sat CmO-l Ct, LUL. Mmaaut, Dr.C assents Tablets FREE SAMPLE I Brit G r e a t f v; R mc d y Otfo 0. Orr, a private detective i tfoh that H. Von Schack, vlbfc 'cbu'n- sul mill ftJ'uo' ft tlefftadant, likewise and a witness for the United States government In tin; conspiracy charges against 'Cicnniin ConDUl-Genoral fYaii z liopp, Huron von Brinktm. C, C. 'Orowley, M rs. Jlurgaret Louis J. Smith and others, swore on the stand at Hsin Francisco Uiia week that Johannes H, Von '.'HtJii, rocontly released irom tho etii- briclgs jail wlicre he served an IS months' sen tence on a charge of forgery, had been seen by liitn iiig a bomb with ;i device to the office of the Gerrnai consul Aug. IS, HIM. a HAV 'friieqd to Preston an- swered, "ttmt up to the lime tho grand jury jlfeg'nn Investigating the evidence in -this Ilppp wafc tlife only one in the coiiWulale who cpuld slKh checks. 1 wll prove that Von Schack's name was written in on tiie band card k'fter !tliut." It is the punJcse Of the govern- ment; 'Preston (mid, to connect Bopp up with ;the money paid by the con- sulate to" Louis J. Smith and C. C.'rowley Tor alleged dynamiting1 ac- Smith duys after tin: war broke out.. rr tivlUes. Smith and Orowley de- stated that Von Kuolbergen was ad-! fendants, btit Smith is chief initted to 11 i-oDiii in the consulate for 'the government. office usually occupied by Consul General Bopp. Tho 'evidence being brought out Sm'lth Had Moniy Alexander Kathlen, a Han Francisco trunk dealer, who was a witness to-1 In scrubbing floors Old Dutch makes the bnash go a lot easier seems to confirm in almost every j day, said Smith came into, his place] the story given by Von Kool-1 one day last'July with a. "roll of inon-' bergen to the Herald in November, ey so big i couldn't Ret my two 1915, when it first became known; hands around it." It Vas the day that he wns ermnocted with the bomb! Smith saiii he deceived the money; outrageH engineered by the German i Train Von Sclmck. consul at San Francisco August tidg'ke, a s'to'nc quarryinan Detective Orr stated that Von Kool--on the outskirts of Detroit, Mich., tes bergen displayed the bomb to him- Bclf and to AV. A. Muudell, head of a private -detective agency. Orr testi- fied. "Don't you know that the bomb was taken to Consul Hopp's office as a result of a frameup between detec- tives and British Consul General A. Carnegie asked Theodore A. Roche, one of the counsel for the de- fense. Orr denied that he had such knowledge. Mies Viola Taylor and Miss Alice tlfied as to Smith's attempt to buy dynamite there in 1015. Stephen Mitfovicli, a Fresno, Cal., fruit man, told of Crowley's fe'preaen-1 tations that he was 'about to 'engage i in shipping fruit to Russia in 1915. The government alleges this was a! blind to cover plots to place bombs'! aboard ships Tor -Viadivo'sto'k, j Mrs. Fanny Bence, proprietress of a store at Woodland, near Tacoma, testified shfe saw CroWiey Farrell, telephone operators at the eral times during May, 1915, when I tin helm von Brinken, military attache I'alact; Hotel in this city, testified j Smith and Crowley were supposed to; ;liat they had seen Lieutenant Wil- be operating in northwestern ports. of the German consulate, and one of the defendants, in conversation" with Von Koolbergen, who was once in the employ of the German consu- different times. Says Bopp Signed Checks "He. "left suit case in I once for Smith.. I'm glad.rdid not; suspect there was dynamite hi said Mrs. Beucfe. j Sp Ear As is known Von Koolbergen still a as no attempt was made to ar'resVhim when he reached j The government 1ms made its first I after completing his "sen- attempt definitely to connect Bopp tence. That "Ii'fe would prove a valu-' with-ulieged- unneutrai dynamiting conspiracies. "Who signed consulate asked United States District Attor- ney Preston of Frederick .Tessen, a clerk in the consulate, who was on the witness stand. "Mr. replied .lessen. Theodore Koche of counsel for the defense objected with the declara- able witnWs for the, U. S.. govern- ment appears likely from the above report of the trial now taking place at Sun Francisco, aM Uiere is no] doubt that If be is heeded as a- con- necting link iii the cham of evidehcb against Baron Von. Bopp and his isatellites, the .Canadian government will turn him-ever 'to ,ihe tJ. S. au- thorities. GIVE Y Other boys ai'e getting i'liysitMl Trnini-ug' fliul .Swims at the Y. Y'OVir b'ov-' a iiK-iiilVorslvij) X'riia.s Gift. Special Junior, 10 12 Juniors, 12 to .14 years InhM-inediates. 14 to lv' .years Onfe Kef, b'J 'copper raihefs Otiu'.i miSIy 'ori ail 'extensive '.scale ever tijtic'e I'RVC been ''opeftitsia ''Almost eini'tiiri- tlic -waa Vtistibv'fired 111 1520. Speeding nickel refmerv should be torcvclists is going to lie cndckdd, if Erected in Canada uilhout de'a.> to orders iflven Majoi Hardie aie ef hehne Iho ni'kel output of the Domln fecti-ve At the colincil meeting this Ion, ft the onlnlon oE the Letbhridge moinmg the addressed to Ikemlv council it .1 mfeetmg of the Board of Trade by tli's AVoriveft'8 CH 'c Club and refei eil to the council was read, and the mayor ieis be issued to the police right to see that thf ua'i'C laws regulating the speed ol" automo- biles are obsened Yesterday 411 ati c-tdcnt occurred on 3rd 4ve 3 wind. blamed on An unknown driver, making 35 miles an hour, col- lided with the rear of a street car. The Oar badly daihaged and; left astrido the track. Commissioner commissioners held 'this a resolution passed bj tiie tluucan, B C Board of Tratite was read, urging concerted aciion throughout Canada foi better (ontrol of the nickel re sources Mayor Hardie dealt with ihe ctiin municatlou in tiie following resolution tthirh wos unaniTUoUflj Tbat the communication from the Dunca.1, 6 C, of Trade under date cf Dec. 12, bre received irrid filed i furthei that the following resolu Fieeman declares the accident ttas.hon be passed and Iforfcahled to the wholh due to the excessive speed at Dominion eminent That the Do minion government be urged fn tafcc which the car was being driven. The suggestion of the Women's Civic Club that the parking of auto- mobiles on 3rd Ave. and 5th St. be stopped was given scant encourage- riient; though it is possible that a Urn- Hteps Id insurfe the erec. tloii in Canada of a nickel reflnerj at the earliest Possible date And that pending completion of such refiner} the Dominion erument take such it maj be set to tbp time an auto maj [action as Mill best insure control of be allowed to stand on the business the Canadian mekei auopH for the streets sole .benefit of the allied nations, N London, Dec. the criticisms of .President note to the tielliserent nations the Man- chester Guardian ill a remarkable editorial which endeavors to inter- pret the Presidents sends a caiitioii today against hasty and ill- considered action in niaking a reply Tho Guardian believes that the note "if TcooHy considered and wisely .an- swer ed can help the alhes' cause arid tin into stronger relief the moral weakness of the German posi- tion.-' Tfhe i) u I) Li cation einphSRizcs he point which Jt says seems to have .leeri forgotten in this .country that thb identical note was addressed to the belligerents, und saya that careful: reading .the passage in. which President suggests that joth sides are fighting for the same end reveals that the president said 1mt this is what the belligerents LeK ,hcir own countrymen. 'The city .'Shows a wonderful growth since E was here last. And the prosperity, ie .most evident But T it come This is a great j countrj which is only jusfc begiitulds to itself.' was the statoineut made, to the Herald this. rnorai-Tig by B. F. Hull, -tormerly-generAl-" colonizu Won tor the" O. W. Kerr Co. in North Dakota Hi Hull is m tiie. .city pwenJlng ChriatmaB with ftls nla I [friend, 0 T Latluop, and is highly! I delighted with what he has learnt' i about the piosperitj of the south thte jjear He Is now In business n Spfl Irane and expects to see a great rush' of Aniericans to Canada, m the next 3 ears LANCASHIRE WAR BABIES ALARM lABO.UT 7-undon, Dec. the last six rtioutha no fewer than five lots of triplets haye been horn to Lan- cashire pareftts. to tho of fte Nbktft three lots s of soldiers. at the house s- autdlfffl, Loyal ftegiment, of Ab Is no con- irmation .here among militia officials of report that orders been issued forbidding Children to .'.vcar clothhc 'designed' frttta military uni- foims ilft'ftjs have been 'Street, Bftcup. All are girls. m force forbidding tho wuftrlilf of fen j imitation ot the ulnfOini buL these nevet tfif0rgRd to jfti Uflftipncii merely to Tbwn to the Fore Give it The Herald: Wants Cor- respondents -a Taber, Coutts Grassy Lake, Carmangay, Monarch, Stirling, Cole man, Wliitla to Chronicle alt the principal events in these communities Communicate with The News Editor THE HERALD Lethbridge ;