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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta AGE TEN Mil-; I AVKONESOAY, DECEMBER '-'4, 1913 g material may tw deniaadeu. Jugo-Slavt PARIS, Dec. of ttw Juxo-Sbr from Adriatic regions, occupied by TrU-ste, IstrM, CarnloH. Fiumo anil protested to Premier Curries Message AlESHf 10 To the Veterans against reported pro-1 OTTAWA. Cabrfelo j cupy rejtons o e. bV'Ud now Uu.ector-senoral. has issued u alnsi irtat they the U P ft power confided 10 It by the to. the mea be mcMum of humanity that Halt release Jugo-Slav prisoners of war s.nd seed them home as Italy al- ready has done with Germans and they declare. Europe Needs Food WASHINGTON'. Bee. "I eitea'i Iho compliments of tha season and my best wishes lor the com. ine year. The times to sonic extent are out of joint. The qualities of heart and hand are needed now as they ere In the struggle, which has ended. i- nnnlin- Ttere In the struggle, wmcu most urgent tods., ,Ua j hlve followed by ot its food supply and the eslab sh- AH greai oV meat of proper distribution facilities under e director-general, In the opin- ion of Gen. Tasker H. Bliss, member periods of unrest and there are sUcles in the way of peaceful and speedy re-adJmtaieot. Yet, a solution be found for all problems ap- bedsion Carry AUied Repb TORONTO. Dfe, In a second letter to Mayor Church, of Ibis dtj-, wllh reference to the mayor's tuiies- that persons who 'ire In Jail for violations of the Ontario Tempe'- anco act should DO slven their free- dom, Hon. EL Haney, attoraejr- eeneral, says: "Frankly, (be goTe-rnrne-nt does not see its way clear to Erant a general amnesty to offenders at suggested by you In your letter of yesterday. Such an action would create a very danger- ous priwedent. But; If, as already dicated, there are cases' which for any reason ought to have special con- sideration, llioy will receive prompt attention on being brought lo the no Uco of the government" To Berlin is Changed PARIS. Dec. isar.s rnS- ea tno war was in progress. 'Overseas in the great struggle now Paul Dutasla of tto two rislts paW Win yesterday by Baron TQD OF GOLD head of the German mission. FIND IN YUKON MYTH Paris dispatches on Tuesday an-; nounced the delitcrj- of the allied re-. KBTCH1KAN. Alaska, Dec. 24. n ply to the latest German noie on this _ihou'aads of persons in Can- tnbJecL receiving it, tho pleni- j lja EnEl! potential j- stated that he wpuM be, obliged to return to Berlin to consult j bis government Liter, however, the German ue'.igailon decided to stay in France i Reject German Proposal i piRlS, -Dec The do Paris the French ami; British delegates agreed with the pro- of tin-minister of marine for the rejection of the German counter- proposal and favoring the demand for tho delivery of the five light cruisers aal tons of naval materials as I compensation for the scuttling of alia ships in Scapa Flow. The i newspap-r says however, that It is all the possible the SOO.OOO (yns or float- jincreas States have sent hero for reports a supposed fabulous sold strike, across the Canadian of here, near a town on-tho American side of the. international boundary. Hyder eipect a "rush" next riprinir, according to word brought here. Reporls from Hs-Ber rather dlscourase the -coming of men, who hnve not adequate financial backing. Prospectors described lite place as not a poor man's camp and not a second Klondyke. St. Thomas Board of Education gave Public school' teachers a S200 alary. BANK DEPOSITS WENT TO BUY VICTORY BONDS OTTAWA, Dec. Victory oan subscriptions are reflected In he November bank statement. During November, -withdrawals from saving bank deposits totalled the argest known. The. greater part of the withdrewsls went, of in subscriptions to the loan: BODY OF MAN FOUND IN ENGLISH BAY VANCOUVER, B.C., Dec. body of a man, believed to be Willarcl V. Kennedy, of Minto. X.B.. -was found in English Bay here today. Among the effects'found on the body was cash amounting to 5131, a g'J'd watch, and a membership card in the Norwood Chapter, Kdmonton. The body had .apparently btcn in the water-for sev- eral weeks. IETAIBMF CALGARY, Dec. Alberta branch oE tho Amateur Athletic Union of Canada has sanctioned tho holding of, Uie Altierta 1020 swimming cham shlps at Banff In February nei at the Banff winter carnival. AH com jetitors naust hold amateur oards fa .920. Entries should "bo sent lo B. ColUsou, of Danff, governor of th who has charts of the ar angemeats. New amateur cards ca be obtained either from H. Me Phsrson, at Edmonton, or B. D. Ba .rum, at Calgary. NERVES ALL PIECES "FrtfU-tfes" torn Prattife! R. B. Xo.-i, GILSSMI Puiam, MM. 1W 19W, I issji Aiftrwxj in iU form; fe m? ine I tried Tin proved oteten'wutil i iadoced aw >f take I bftgia to Bend ftt ooea, yjd aenr had itieh jood hasltli as I have enjoyed past eiglit years. JTtm mltaul "Frail-f -tilts" He S. DELGATT. We t bo i, t for IriaHiia At all dealers or sent postpaid by Limited, Ottawa. Ex-Prtmier Ribot Belieres .Should Accept Knot Resolutions He A Flavour for every seated ai impurity CHRISTMAS MESSAGE TO C. N. R. EMPLOYEES TORONTO, B. Hantiu, president of the Canadian National Railways, Is Issuing today a Christmas message to all employees oC the na- tional lines. In part it says: "I do not believe that personal in- centive ambition are eliminated from the mete-up of our officers anil employers because they work for tbe government. They may rest assured that tho opportunities for promotion ars used and that good work will be recognized and rewarded. "In a spirit of good-will I eitcnfl the wishes that a full measure of hap- piness he yours at this Christmas time and that well-being attend you Ihroughdat PARIS, Dec. cable Toronto World by Alexander Hlbot ex-premier of gards.vith the gravest misgivings th Knox resolution, which It adopted rrl shelve peace treaty according to Iho general belief here President Wilson's stubborn reftua to listen to reason and accept the In evltable resolutions proposed In the jwnate which are now favored ty tho allies, he apparently has created the Impression among the American pc'- ple that peace will never he obtained the peace treaty and must, there- fore, be negotiated separately. RUSSELL, m LEABEUILOWEBFEOONITO' SPEilASlHHISFM >mes Up Saluruay For Defense Will Appeal Case sell The deputy sheriff Morning ccmrt he was not (6 take WIXXIPEG, Dec. 11. liussoll, ono of the cljht strlko loaders, iias conTlcted toMay on a charge of sedlt- ous conspiracy und commiltluE a iiaciL nutsancD. A unanimous ver- dict of ;ullty was relumed by the jury on all seven counis> in tiio Indictment, at this mornlne. Hussell will be brought up for sentence on Satur- day at a.m. It was announced ;hal the defense will appeal from Ihe decision to the Manitoba court of ap- peal; tho argument to take place as joon as possible. Justice tempered with the gospel of peace on earth, good will toward men, csnie as a sensational conclusion to the trial today, when Hussell was al- lowed his ,'rcsdom until Saturday morning so that he could spend Christ- mas with his frieuds and not behind Iron bars. This is the llrst time, in tho memory of mauy of'lhe oldest lawyers In cR following a conviction an "ac- cused has been allowed to remain free after the verdict of the jury. This was made possible by A. J. Andrews, K. crown prosecutor, who heartily seconded Robert Casstdy's request. Before the court arose Jotin Py- nlger, deputy took, his place besHs the prisoners' toi prepared to take Russell Into custody. He hid not heard Ihe ruling of the cpuri. Rus the prisoner to Jail. "lie is not lu your clutches as yet. Sir. Pynlger. not until said Mr Justice Motcalte, "you are right, however, quite rlrtl; this Is Christ- mas time." Tho Judge, the counsel for tho crown and the Jury showed little per- sonal elallon at the successful, con- clusion of the The air the court room was ono of t was charged with a feeling that a unpleasant duty had been honest- y and performed. A. J. Andrews. K. C., leading coun- sel for thfl crown, walked to where tho accused sat In the bos anil put out his hand.. Hussell grasped II and shook it heartily. Russell dlil not flinch" af. IDe ver- dict was announced and at no time during the gruelling half hour when his fate was hanging in the balance did ho by the slightest tremor of a. muscle betray nervousness. The lu- coming Jury; ihe unanimous verdict against him; the decision to let him free unlll after Christmas failed to arouse him. The courtroom -was crowded lo tlio door and as if acting on a common impulse the spectators stood up aa the Jury filed In. They remained sliinil- Ini; and tbo proceedings of the court finished amid a denso.sllon'ce. All left the courtroom In an man- ner 'and separated In the hall Into ei- died groups to re-fight the battle ot the Jury. CANDIDATES 'FOR TORONTO MAYORALTY TORONTO, Dec. unusually -was nominated here to-' day In connection -with the municipal January 1. Four names were put up for the mayoralty, Mayor T. L. Church, who is running for a slith successive term; Control- ler Samuel McBride, J. H. Ballantyne, labor, independent 20 FREED AT HALIFAX HALIFAX, Dec. the cent order-ln-conncll that Military Ser- vice Act prisoners be released, the 20 confined on "the Island were freed yes. terday. The prison was cleared by 7 o'clock last evening. WILSON MESSAGE ON RAILROADS TONIGHT WASHINGTON, Deo. President Is expected to make Bome'an- nouncemint tonight regarding railroad situation. Officials generally professed not to know just what it would be. safety packages. Be SURE tosetWRIGLEYS because it is su- preme in quality. The Flavour Last Get Your XMAS DINNER At the Silver Grill Compliments of the Season to You DINNER BILL, DEC. 25, <19 Served From 1 to 8 RELISHES Queen Olives, 15c Stuffed Olives, 20c New Celery, side order, 1Sc; full order, 25c SOUP Cream of Tomato, 25c Cream of 2Sc Chicken Broth, 25c Aiparagus, 26c Clam Chowder, 25c Ox Tall, 25e Vegetable, 2So Hock Turtle, 2Sc Chicken Broth with Dinner FISH Blue Points on half shell 60c Orilled Salmon, Panley Butter 60c Fried While Lemon 45c' 'Broiled Halibut, Potato Me Cracked Fresh, Crab MayonnatM 60c Steamed Finnan Ha'ddit, drawn butter Oysters, any ntyle Half doier, stewed Half dozen fried .BOILED Leg of Mullon, oaper uuce 'ENTREES 'Chicken Pie, Individual Silver Grill style-.. 'Braised Rib! of. brown potatoes Breaded ;Pork Weak, country gravy Lobster. Newburg, on, toast Calves Liver and Onions Hamburger Steak Soartfsh Boston Baked Pork and Beans Assorted Cold Meats, potato salad Cold Roast Turkey, salad 8Sc Banana Fritters, fruit sauce 15c ROASTS Prime Rlts of Beef an Jus 60o Young Turkey, oyster dressing 85o Domestic Goose, baked apple 75c Sucking Pig, browrl sweet potatoes 60s Sirloin of Beef, pan gravy 50o VEGETABLES Creamed, Mashed and Steamed Potatoes Buttered Parsnips with dinner June Pen, 15e Sugar Corn, 15c Stewed Tomatxs, ISo Fried Sweet SALADS Lettuce, 40e Chliken, Wo ghrimp, W6 Lobster, Ifa Fruit, We 55g 6Sc 4CC 606 75c 40c We 40c Me French Cream, Pumpkin, 1Je Hot Mine, CmUrd, 16c Blueberry, 1Se Apple, I5c Ratslr, 19e, Puffs, 2Ee Bananas and Crtam, 25c Baked Cuttard PueMIng with dinner English Plum Puddlnfj, Fruit ttvet, 15c CAKW Chocolate, Cocoanut anrf Roll, per order, 10c Home Made Short Bread, etc., Doughnuts, Fptsh Bunt, Cup Cakes, Jelly Turnovers, per order, 10c KIRKBY'S SPECIAL DINNER MENU CHRISTMAS DAY A PLATE i From 12 to 6 to 9 RELISHES Queen Olives Chow Chow Hot House Lettuce Olyhibo Oyster Cocklail SOUP Polaf au Contomme. Cream of Pariegoala Slgnora FISH Darme of Salmon, Sauce AEIemonde' Breaded White. Fish, Sauce SALAD Fruit, Cream Saladola Paysanne BOILED Guinea Chicken, .Supreme Sauce ENTREES Capon Cutlet Breaded Viennlefte-Style Filtet cf Beef, la Clartmont Croute au Peaches ROAST Prime Rlbt of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding Alberta 1919 Peanut Dretllni Milk-fed Turkey, Cranberry Jelly VEGETABLE Steame dor Mashed Potatoci Tips, Hotlandalie Sauo Sugar Corn in Butter DESSERT Steamed Plum Pudding, Hard Cognas Sauce PIES Apple Pit, a la Mode Hot Mince Meat, .Brandy Ice Cream Runabout 'Sundae n Xmas n RAW OR FRIED OYSTERS SLICED DILL PICKLES 6UEEN p MOCK TURTLE SOUP STUFFED YOUNG TURKEY CRANBERRY SAUCE MASHED POTATOES ENGLISH PLUM PUDDING, HARD 3AUCE VANILLA ICE CREAM .'_ ASSORTED CAKE MILK TEA COFFEE ;