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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN Vim LSTllBMIIHiB DAILY lli'.HAl.Lr. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, IWJ UNITED STATES SAYS NO AGREEMENT MADE WASHINGTON', D'C. and I'uited States bava reached no .ew agreement regarding tbe Siberian ufjHiort. it was today at the rate departmeut. Negotiations loot WINNIPEG. Dtk-. years In Btouey Mountain tH'aiu-ntiary wls tho sentence by Mr. Justuv calfe today ujicn It. li. con- victed on '4 chaise of si-'Jitious con- spiracy. was lej from tbe co-.irt room by Deputy Sheriff John Pyniger with tbe cheers of bis friecOs and supporters rinsing in ills ears. Oae of those who led En the demonstra- tion (or Wiliiaai Staples. Sf'O Warlaw Avenue, -a machinist In the Canadian Pacific Railway, was taken Into custody by Csfit. Wheeler, on or- der of the deputy sheriff. It appeared for a moment as though a. forceful about to take place. Mr. Justice Meicalfe bad left the bench and the court was ad- journed, when from the crowd, which Tras preparing to flic out. a voice- rant; "tiree. cheers for Bonnie Russell-" BECAME SO THIN WMRl The announcement by the Japatu-sa 'official publicity bureau at (hit ii common (round on which coamlvUlv! 10 joint ajtlon In Siberia had i wred I'-.e c-l'-oriler" !'om thiibeoi: reached by the '.wo countries. waring Ills i was believed by otliclals here to have iboitw sleer." but before 1 bad to do entered I Vi. be alvea the deputy sher-jlnic eoiuo nvomh, sso relative to the curimii-d sent the court on the Siberian railroad to be I baillrt tato'ibe ranks of the earners j by I'mted Slues and Japan- and Staples wjs arre-tfJ. cic The charge of ilisyriierly conduct in .t public was and he was tsken 10 tb? city Jiil. He appear at MOEOBV police csiurt. j After .ihe ?entenre'of the court bn! i been EnncunceJ. Mr. Cassidy move i 1 a respite of sentence be i pcudinjc ibc motion of tbe defense i i Eppealthe case. Sir. Justice Melcalf.- tiee'iined to taXe the responsibtlity of riejlini; with the request. He he thought lie had shouldered too i responsibility in the I'AKtS, Dec. protests, rekilivc to Serbian cpe'attone Mon- I and !atlmate-i that tho convicted toiiegro, have been sent to tbe peace conference by the royal .Montenegrin government, which it: hendquar- ters ai Neuilly. H Is asserted that armed b.inda have recently been seal Libor leader should havp teen tried ly a full court of the Judges of tbe j court of the King's bench, U was an- nounced after adjournment that this motton of Mr. Cassiiiy'? into ihc interior of Montenegro to co- (Speclaiio The HeralJ) CARDSTON, Dec. renchtd relatives last night that James KcnrK a liv- ing near town, hsd met with a scr- ious accident in a motor car at Ecfrronton Friday and ft in a dying condition. His Stanley, and brother-in-Taw, Frank left last night for Edmon- ion, on receipt of the telsgram. Mr. Kearl was in the Edmonton district lor the purpose of winter- Ing his cattle. Mrs. Grace Sloan ef Cardston, Es a'daughter. which for technical explanation is bas- e'.l OIL the adverse decision of Mr. Jus- tice Metcalfe id the motion to quash the indictment made by rjie ue'euse before the commencement of the trial bo heard by a ful! court of the judges of the court of (he King's bench on Monday morning. The appeal on the reserve case Tor a noir trial tor Russell will be heard in operate wllli regular Serbian troops. in plllnglne and burning houses own- ed by Montenegrins who are still faithful to Kftig Nicholas. H i? charged that the Serbian troops have been dressed in English. Amer- ican. Italian aad French uniforms and have been told to represent'themsel- ves as occupation forces seni by tho great powers. The royal Mont MILK KIVER SCHOOLS XMAS ENTERTAINMENT MARKETS WJN'SIPKG, closed to Hsc lower; barley Cc to louver; flux 4o to 2c higher; rye Ic toner. Our Own MILK Uec. Mon- day eveniot tho :j2nd a fine Christ- mas concert waa presented by the teachers and public school children. Tbe housB was crowded with a very appreciative audleuvc auj ati eight u'ciock It was opeueil by all the school children siuElns "0 Cftnufla." The conceit lasted for about tiro hours. Dumber when alons i-amn Santa Claas'which'i( suro made hit witli Iho chll- Julv ilren ;md every child In school got; luitl KV--....... a bug of candy and present from the j tree. The. concert was free to all and Iho teachers can't get too much credit for Iho time Biwut and Interest taken in tnUulrcs ths children. It will be long remembered M- all. Winnipeg Markets Opetl. 32 li the court of apical just as soon as the government asked thai it l'C receive! defesco prepared their case. Tiiis j by the conference, so that a forma! i statement was also made by Mr. Jus- i protest may lie made. i tice Sletcalfe this tnominp. Mr. Cas-1 I sidy Eild that in all probability he j v.o'jia be rMjy hy Wednesday mom- iVWHK bAAK i MIXES FOR STATE Arrajlgeuiente will be made, it was j _________ jintinuted, to teen liussell in tile prov-1 ncc bill iocial jail in until Monday !or ciploitntio'l oV ths when the motion before the court of cosl mines of tho Lssin was in. King's bench will be heard. in llie chnmlicr of clepniic Russell's wife, who was present in this morning by Louis Loucheur, mi: ihe court when sentence was passed, lister of reconstruction, anil lyjuis took the decision ot the court quietly. IKlotT, minister ot finance. The although she practically broke down {were exploited formerly partly by tho tho court following the ad- Prussian and partly by the itavarufi MADAVE ARTHUR BEAUCHtR SB Cirtier St., Montreal. "I suffered terribly from Coni- tipctin and Dytptpsia for many years. I f-.-ll after caticjj aud had gas, constant hetdache, and wis unable io sleep at night. I was gelling so iliiu iliat I wsa frightened and saw several physicians who, did not seetu able to help ttte. Izlt a tr.c to take 'fa'.t-a-liici'. 1 dill so aud soon I feit some relief. 1 continued with Truit-a-tivcb' and in a short time, the CfmstiiUtion was b.iriLihcd, I felt no more pains or headache or the utiiijreeablo sensations that follow jYoiv end Madame ARTHUR BEAUCHER. boi. G (rial At all dealers or frora Frjil-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. Out. Bore -To Jir. and Mrs. Waller Smith. Dec. a wee baby Kirl. Mrs. Ode? arid Kmhleeu returned on .Tnesfay from an extended visit her parents in Saskatchewan. Services were held In the Catholic 1 Feed.. STi church on Chrisluias day. Father Hid- Track eaull officlaliiis. tether Hldcault spent day with Mr. and No. S Mrs. Thoa. Tennant. Rejected.. ..127W Mr. J. 1.. QrlfBths of Lelhbrldge Is Track May 15S Ueceiliber Muy i prlct; OATS- NO. 2 O.W.... %lj Extra Xo. i lilose. S7 165 473 46G 173 ISO MAN1TOHA SELLS BONDS, WILL 1'UT AOTOMATIC 'I'HONES IN WINNIPEG WlN'Sll'KC, Oec. IMward Brown, provincial treasurer, effected the salu of of provincial bondi rtlduy. Tho rnoiioy will be utillieil for improvement of the telephone ser- vice, fur tho installation of automatic telephones in Winnipeg and St. Boni- face. Tho bonds were purchased by an eastern company at u very favor- able rate, the pruviuclal treasurer i-lared. No. C.W... -No. 2 87 J Sl-i No. Feed Sfri C.W... ICO TOLMIE HAS DIPHTHtRIA OTTAWA, Dec. Hon. S. F. uite, minister of agriculture IB suffer- ng from diphtheria at his homo in I'iclorla. Mr. Tolrnlo only lefl Ottawa l week or so ago and uas taken 111 on the train. This Is Betiir Than Laxatim One NR Kljtit Wilt Correct Coniltiit UMIWH Try LL SPAKICH LABOR CONDITIONS ARE LOOKING BRIGHTER Dec. civil gov- err.tncnt of Barcelona, Vigo and other cities uf Spain, where there have uten labor troubles, are sending the E.-tvernmc-ril more favorafalp reports conditions in their mur-Jci- jourument. n. E. Braye Informed nussell this oalmcs hops i'eace will soon be reslor that LeUeen ions. the Yulelide Mrs. C. L. tiriffilbs. Dr. Giles and Mrs. Giles wado a trill to Lcthbridee on Tuesday re- turning next day. Mr. J. V. Doherty returned home from Wlnnlfred to spend Xmas with his family. Mrs. llinick and snr. Junior, spent Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. Let- fingwelU Warner. Miss Smith is spending her Christ- mas holidays in Lethbrlrtge. Miss llilu is in Lethhridge spend- ing her Christmas holidays. A. R. Shea has returned from a trip to C'ardslon. Mrs. C'. A. Hunt's many friends aro glad to seo her around again after her snell. Mis. Becker and son N'ewton, re- turned to Lethbridge after spending the week end with her mother, Mrs. C. A. Hunt. Mr. Cragge is spending his holi- days In Lethbridge. Tho public school has closed for the Christmas holidays. The Ladies Inslltulo sent a bcx of goodlea on the 22na to Red Deer con- valescent hospital and they wish to thank all the merchants and alt who were so generous la their contrlbut- Ith Mr. and No. i N.W.C; No. 2 C.W...-M9 Track -Vo. i C.K...... 473 No. 3 C.W...433 466 1T3 New York Stocks NEW YORH nee. sales: C.l'.H., 132: United Slates Steel. United Stales Steel pre- ferred. 113. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Dec. this morning were i'j head of cattle and eight hogs, while 2C additional iicail of catllo were on through bill- ing for Toronto. With extremely light rsceiyls on the market this morning there was little dbiug and quotations held steady with yesterday's close. fiscal authorities. Under the bill 1111 e will be created to work Ihe ihe, employers and the _ _ Both according to tho govern- morning "that "wiiiie he was sVrring his-miiVes in Ihe Siuir basin in ov's reports, have reached lhe_ con- sentence the defense committee would itlon with private companies, the pro-! eoe that his wifo and family were com- fits accruing being turned over to the forlably provided for. I state. clusicn that T continuation ot ue strikes lockouts would bring about.Impossible living conditions. EL W. Griffith anfl Mr. H..n'ey are busy today unloading several car loads of hay. The chinccV: winds nave cleared the Gelds of snow once more. Fecfl is coming in qulto plentifully MADRID HAS TYPHUS EPIDEMIC MADRID, Dec. is ex an epidemic of typhus ftver. hosiiital is full cases nnd-n camp has been establisbei on the grounds of the" San Juan lios pital. now, farmers hauling 'hay In every today. Mr. Leffingvrell of Warner was In town OE Saturday between trains. Wait Quinri lost a. valuable mare iast week. Mr. Stoner left last week Tor Seattle to spend the Yiilclldc vrJlb his family Poor dfsoUon and a iiootly noutUhed body and low vilalHj'. I'oor means t'lojrsW UoweUj JcnnctiUtloa, putrl- factlon anJ the forcnaUon of iKiUocioin which RbforbeU the blood and carried through tho body. Ths result IB weaitnera, hewSachci, dUzlness. coatetl tonsue, Jnactlvo Llllom loss of nerv- poor ImpoverlGhtS Hood, eollow complexion, plcjples. diEcose, and often tlmec Wtloui ill- ncM. Ordinary Uxatlvw, purfw and calomel aniS tha relievo for a fevr hours, but real, lasting lifinofit can only use ot medicine Uiat toacs iij) cud Ptrensthcns ilia dlresllve at .VfeH na Hits flimitative orcana. Get a 25o bos of Natures Remedy Tablets) and tafce one taMct eactt nEght for a vrcek. Relief follow ilio very first dose, but a few days rrill olapra Ijpfore you feel nnd rcallio fsillpst bciiofit. you gH ftmlBbtiTictl oiJt end feel Just right you need not take medlclnn evoij- occasional Mt Tablet mil then keep your In g-god condition end you will always feel jour best Jlemcmbcr, hecptne Weil Is easier and cheaper tlian ivcU.' Nature's Remedy (Nil Tablets) are cold, (niamnteed and recommended by jour J. D. Higlnbotham 4 Co., Lld.j Druggists, Better than Pilis For Liver Ills. TORONTO, Dec. Drnry ia standing firm on the pre-election; pledges ot the United Farmers ot On-i tario for Ihe abolition of patronage! refnses to cancel the appoint-! ment of Miss Minnie Walker as regis- trar for Middlesex, although there many influences at work In Unit- ed Farmers of Ontario ranks to have the appointment upset and the choice t of tiic farmers' organization given thei iKisiUon'. Premier Drury holds iha-. i there :ls no middle coyrse for the r TjDi'eil Farmers of Ontario to pursue than to separate themselves absolute-! ly from the system of patronage as it i existed under the old govennnen'..! The premier is being uplieW by Unit-] Farmers of Ontario i tor Middlesex. VETERANS IN BUSINESS IN LETHBRIDGE This Business Directory Shows a List, of the Men Who Served Overseas Now Established in Business in the Gity JAW, the of a 16-year-old boy, tha police koIleTe they have the burglar who bas kmo active in all Ihe city firing tho past three At an early hour this morning Deputy Chief Townsend with another aumber of the force were solng down MTflr street when they noticed a jTODg man acting in a suspicious attmer. Upon being questioned h3 could (ire po reasonable account of life actions wiikl: resulted in his ar- rest On being searched at the Elation A quantity of flashlights, necklaces and other articles aimiiar to those lately wero found on his per- son. A tape-bound pair of pliers was found In his pocket and he Is alleged to bave stated tbal this was tho Instrument wit'rt which he gained entrance to certain btiildirjgs robbed 'laut week. Accused will on Mon- POSTMASTER MUST PAY DAMAGES QUEBEC, Dec. Caction faascd judgment on Wednesday on ar. Interesting case. Miss Zafda Allaire tlatmed from Odllion Simar, post- master at St. Joachim, county o! Montoiorency, because the latter had intercepted from her a letter from her fiance. The court found that a seal of a Idler Is aacred and that Iho post mnstor harl no right whatsoever in fcecpfng tho letter from the girl. H said that the laws were very sevftr on this matte? and that coon as A stamped letter is deposited with the postal aulboritEfis, It no longer be- longs f) anyone, even to the sender, but to the person it la addressed. The claimant was granted full damages, plus costs, J. N. ANDERSON Contracting Plasterer All Kinds of Cement Work. Furnish- ed Free. 828 SEVENTH ST. S. PHONE H63 GEO. P. PORTER AUCTIONEER Farm and City Sales ;27 11th STREET SOUTH PHONE 1632 PHONE 733 ROBERT SINTON CUSTOM TAILOR Ladies' and Men's Suits to Measure. CLEANING AND PRESSING 815 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH T. ROTHWELL wm: ROTHWELL KNOWLDEN (SUCCESSORS TO F. MILES) Fine Shoe Makers anc-. 511 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDQE, ALTA. PHONE 1717 COUNTRY TRIPS A SPECIALTY Gobejle's Motor Delivery 1 Service Draying, Coal Orders and PHONE 16H 712 THMQ AVE. SOUTH C. SELLENS Builder, Contractor and Cabinet Maker ESTIMATES FtlSS PHONE DEATHS AT. 'PEG FROM SLEEPING SICKNESS WISK1PEG, Dec. 27. Anolher death front sleeping sickness >-aa re- parted today. This brings Iho loial of 20 dcattu from this malady sine? Kov. 11, whan It first appeared koro. A total of CS cases have bC3n report- p3 today with 35 and 12 I in November mid 80 cases and la Djcemlwr. HENDERSON GARAGE CORNER Hh AVE. 4 Glh ST. STORAGE GARAGE FIRE PROOF AND WELL HEATED ALL REPAIR WORK GUARANTEED BASIL E. CHAPLIN WITH E. CHAPLIN SONS DCTDC Tir" by Us. Ktl Stclional Work. Broken >nd Rim Cuts Our all our work o've aatislvctlon. Give 9 712 THIHD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 1644 Lethbridge Auto Top Depot G. T. BLOUMT, Prop, Wisihts his cuslomei-a a llajppx and Year; again shrinking nil his old anil new customers for their patronage which they Iinvo given mo slnco reluming fromtho IronL G. T. BLUNT Don't tho IToraH ofllco. W. PERKINS HUTTON PERKINS PRACTICAL SHOE MAKERS AND REPAIRS 405 Fifth Street South, City VETERANS' TRANSFER (OtO, GREGORY, PROP.) LIGHT HEAVY DRAYING FURNITURE REMOVED COAL AND WOOD DELIVERED, C.O.D, 1317 hi Are. North Lethbridge. Phone 646 MR, RETURNED MAN Are Yoxi A Member of The G.W.V.A ;