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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBKft 24, 1919 DA1LT HWUID PAGE ELEVEN MNOFFIRl, Ifl DEATH BY COAL FIELD BELL TELEPHONE CO. MAY USE AUTOMATICS HE.VnNUTON, W. Two! negroes, accused of murdering E. Mecii, a reslJcnl o( Island Crest, Lo- gan County, were UVeu from a Irain a I CliajJiuaiivIllu lynched, iiccordlcj to Vencblng here tolilfht. The bodies tben thrown Into the Guyandotte Kivtr, reports Iflaml Creel; region, end Chapirunvllle coal field Is nearby. Tlio negross, E. D. WhitfielJ and Karl Whitney. we" charged with Mil- jug Metik, a construction foreman for tho Island Creek Colliery Company during l quarrel at Monitor, County, Sunday night. Upon lielng arrested today the men were placed Jail at W. Va. t-rowJs Burrouniliue the Jtiil were kept from enlerinj it with difficulty by the Sheriff and Ills .deputies, and it was decided to UXe the prisoners to Htmtrnston In a cpdclil trafn. Too mob about tho Jail becoming larger and more Insistent lu its de- mands for the prisoners the negroes ivire handcuffed nnt aboard a iinmi car in an effort, to spirit them Deputy 'sheriffs got them as far as Cbanmacvlile, where they were placed in tho caboose of a freight train. Before the train coold pull ont crowd of men from Ixjgnn nnd its? vicinity in nulomobltes overlook tho party. The deputies we're overpowered, the negroes taken from Iho caboose, lied to the freight cars nnd shot to dcatli. The hoilies were thrown into tho Ouy- iLndotte River. That of Whltflold was talten from the river tonight, but Whit- ney's has not been found. Market Basket Shopping Will Cut High Living Cost, Packer Cudahy Declares surest way back to the old fataioned price levels is to shop with the old fashioned market basket and occasionally use. "old faah- oned corned beef and otter fiat- and palatable but cheaper cuts." B. A. Cudahy, president ol tho Cuu- aby Packing Company, gave that ad- vice to the buying public In his annual report to the stockholders of the con cern, which will bo presented lomor- aw. Government attempts to repil the cost ot living and insistence of the public, on having the best regardless of cost were prime factors behind the present price levels, Mr, Cudohy Bald MONTREAL, Dec. K; lane, presldont ol Hie Bell Telephone company, la an interview yesterday staled tbat tre cooipany short- ly be opening now branches In' To- nail Montreal and consider- tic the ot Installing auto- itlc telephony syttomE la eacb. nee "the present system will iie crapped In s tow years." Mr. McKariar.s added that the tior- ft IKo at a telephone Kir) and a Malt yean, and that It -O'jld lake tbat iiice to have tbe now yment made. An overdraft of between fa.flOO and expected 'by St. Tuoina; Board of Education. RESISTS ARREST; MURDERER SHOT VICTORIA, Dec. Connon on Monday, murdered J. T Jralg at a construction camp 1" miles out of Princeton, was shot InElantly killed this afternoon whlli resisting arrest, according to li formation at provincial police he.ic quarters. Camio'u nnd Craig had a squahb! in the camp -sliarity> vrhcro Craig was a table waiter. Connon pulled gun and shot- Craig below the heart, kll'ing him instantly. Ho Ihen took to the wild lands, white police from Grccnwodd, Princeton and sev- eral ctber points set out to round him np. Craig, the murdered man, was French Canadian, 22 years old. the coal strike are aUo blamed. con- tbat 1 M.CXW.OM. the raillfft since 1B Luaibor shipment! 'showed a inuation of tho shrinkage In commodity thst had been noted lor a number of years, being only 100 feel, the smallest 1SSS. Flour Bhipmenls of bar- nere the I'uhtest since 1911, while llie Movement o( wheat was only 113.- buthals, also the lightest since 1911. Other grain totals were 845 bushels, the lightest in eight years Iron ore movement was tons. Salt and oil made gains and general merchandise, volume, was greater than Ihat of last year. PICTURE SOLD FOK QUART OF WHISKEY MAY HE FRAGONARU HITTSniiltQ. back room of Prliz Ueberle's North Side saloon may iold a fortune which was pur- chased for a quart of. whiskey five years ago. Ihe "fortune" w In the form of a fourteen toot art panel believed to be by Honors of whoio panels both Frlck and Morgen paid large surus. Profes.-or B. F. Savage, of Iho Carnegie Institute of Technol- wrong ho baa asked a number of his contemporaries also to pass judgruant. It Is called lha "Campiequo Barquo" and In one corner (lie naniu ot Frason- ard Is woven into the tapestry. The tapastry formerly hung hjick of tbe bar In the Antler, which went out ol business five years Ueberlc, the court, liurebanwl tha panel tor i o.uart of wbisfeey from men rasing the buildins-' heard by tho Haarlem court today. It waa decMnd to consult with Ihe gov- ernment bfi'oie inaktnfi a dsclslou. Attorney Van Houttn. represe-ilirir; Vogel, announced that the question of tbo right to estrailito a man chars- ivflh ton's in 1914. Tho shrinkage in cargo volume Wfia general, only n very few lines showing increases this season, although the number ,ot passengers rried-'Tras greater tlmn.cver before. 'Ffio loss in InffJc la partially ev ptafhed by Iho fact that fewer ships were operated this year than usual, while many of those that were run inado fewer trips ihnri usunl, Unset- tled conditions fjllowlng Ih6 War; cca- satlon 6f war crdorR; itlrlkea which tied up ducks the hend of the lakes- RECORDS FOR CHRISTMAS 16936 Sltent Nlffhl, Holy Night, by the Neapolh tm Trio. Chrlitmai Hymru Selection, Karp. Yule Band Nazareth, baas........ by Frank Croxlon Divine on a Battlefield, Sermon Rev. Parkyn Divint Service on a Battleship, Strmon Rev. Parkyn Joy to the World........... Trinity Choir Oh All Ye. Faithful.. Trinity Choir 35676 H-ilehijah Chorus ..Victor Mixed Chorus Christmas Songs and Carols .................Victor Mixed Chorua Ring Out Wild Bells by Percy Hemuv Christmas Lfght Behold by PeerUes Quartet 35412 It Came Upon a Midnight Clear by Victor Ortorio While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by Victor Ortorlo Chorus Mason Risch, Limited BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA There is Still Time to Get a Vidlrola for Xmas! More people all over the world have wanted and have bought the Yidlrola than any other musical in- of its type. Becauoe theVidlfdla brings to them the world's bedl music by the world's greatest artists. Because it covers the whole field ;pf music. Because oi all instruments the Vidtrola most completely responds to every varying i It is the instrument which the world's greatesi; artists have selected AS THE It is the instrument seledted by music-lovers throughout the world as the best. No other instrument CAN satisfy your musical desires, for you want ;the bestaiid Victrola. VICTROLA X, Mahogany or Genuine: fltfrolas from to '.Sold on the .easiest of ternis There are over selections lifted in "His Master's Voice" records are 9ftc for the two Any Mailer's will gladly play any selection you wish to hear and demonstrate the Victrola Will There Be aVidrola in Your Home this Christmas? It is not a Genuine Vidtrola unless it bears the famous "His Master's Voice" Trademark LOOK FOR IT! Berliner Gram-o-phone Limited, Montreal w WE SELL VICTOR RECORDS The Willis Piano Co. 70X THIRD AVENUE SOUTH We are Agents for Victor Gramaphones and i A good selection of both on hand R. A, WRIGHT 5 Street S. Balmoral Block Lethbridgc ;