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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta f- THE HKKAl-U. MONDAY, DECKMBER 29. 1910 Kennedy iviis it soldier, who ou' Saturday night hail ietl Stov- riis hospital whcro ha had received roaimcnt for Injuries which he declar- ed he had suffered f rm sonic sul- diers Ju the Dublin That Caused the of An Officer on fiinrd al Phoenix Park. Dublin DUBLIN, Dec, Boas'., the officer of the guard who mtt deMh In S'-inrfay night's shooting afffsy near t'rc vice-regal ledge .In Park, was "accidental- ly kiM-d by 3. bullet from his own pRtroF it was round by the Jury at the Inquest into Ih- lieu- lenanl's held today. Tnc verdict of the Jury In the ezs- cf Lawrence Kennedy, the civilian victim of the shoptino. was folfQVJs: -The deceased was killed on his j way home through Phoenix Park by'a military patrol. We consider that the military act-d In a mort heartless manner.'1 Story of Shooting Dl'DLlX. of Sun- Mirny, near tho vice- regal l.i-lgo Ja Phocuis wore liven totlny fit tiic inqueit ovtr the bcdv ol L.eut. Beast, an officer ol iho guard, who was killed at (he same tinie ".hit n civilian found in iho park was shni. Tha firiag led to the belief In. some quantfj nighi that niiide iieiinsi ibe r- residence of French. life was ol KlUING'iOFF Chris! mas '.'Cheer" Rather Mulish IP and lllindness Result EASTOX. Pa.. Dec. bol another victim here, when a local shoe merchant dledlu the hos- pital shortly after being admitted las.' night, totally Wind. The police ar- rested a former policeman and Ms wife from whom ihe supposed whis- key Is claimed 10 have been purchased, In Chicago, Too CHICAGO. Dec. persons. of them women, died Saturday iTroai drinking wood altoliol, making a total of eight such deaths in Chicago in iS tours, or 31 since Juiy 1. Three Deaths in Hadley C11ICOPEE, .Mass. Dec. of Springfield, reported the altack lodge, tho Tic- ri W Ihe'inquesl today by two FoHierB of ihe guard showed tbst at o o'clock on Sunday momius they, Tviih Llcui. left the vice- regal lotlcr- find wen: on patrol down ilie ror.J whero !Uey saw a man. cross- rhey nishtd hJE. Tlie corporJl of bo Shois were Hred, colIapicJ. tlio gward. it vaF the- civilian who swore they EIW shots lhat tilled tli? lieutenant. They at the civilians, but ibe latter disappear- ed. Tlie civilian was Identified as a. taker's" lauorer, Laurence Kennedy by name, who lived in Lucaii. death today of Herbert Cook" ot Had ley, making three deaths of Hadlcj persons, who drank liquor containing i wood alcohol. Woman Dies MCRIDEN, Conn Dee. W G. Williams is desd. Martin Catron prE-Ctically blind and in a serious c6n dition In tho hospital as ITie thus far of the sale ID Mcrideu o liquor said to contain wood alcohol. Search for Perpetrators rmcOPEE, Mass.. Dec. Search was continued in this vicluiti today for persous ronnecled with 57 deaths and many cases I serious illness here and in near' {places. Tbe death list at an efi; Chkopee, 37, Including woaie 10; Springfield, inrludi 'OUP vroman; Hadley, r.: Greenfield, Innd Thoinpiouville, Cocu., '2. Fourteen arresLa of those alleged t have bandied (bo liquor which found to contain a wood alcohol haib been made and others were ei ll Qf tbo ,lquor_ T jfrora Hariford, Conn., to other Con aettlcut. cities has been accoim'.- for, the authorities said, and-they IHE OF Happily Stopped Win He BeganToTake-'Frelt-a-tlres" S Omwj, ST., IH'u, P. Q. "Fora I suffered with rnatism, being forced to sliy in bed for five months. I iri-M all kimds of meOiciae without relief and thought I nould never be able to walk OEC diy while lying in beJ, I ateui "FrLti-a-fins" lli'.greil fruit medicine; ind it secmM jusl wbit 1 needed, so I decided to try it. The first helped tntt and I look 1 lie (ablets rcjruUrly until erery tncoof the mail ism left LORKXZO LEDCC. EOc. 4 forf-J.50, tmJsiro25c. At all dealers or scnl postpaid by Fruit-a-tivoj Limited, Oltawa. Arthur Kcid, Former Commis- sioner, Has Important Posi- tion With Coughlans DODD'S iKW N E Y' that few more cases of would be "reported. Itlous conducted by (eder-il, sTate and local police have' revealed many viola- tions of the prohibition law. it vas and arrests are expected on Ibis score. Gtanj- illicit stills, "kitchen bars" and jprlvate stocks from which sales had teen made, were discovered, it was repurled. Will Round Them Up YORK..Dee. ot tbe biggest roundups of bootleggers and manufacturers of illicit liquor ever made .in-Lbls city U Impending as result ot the ware of death] and. blindness whlci baa followed the sale of poisoned liquor, Daniel Porter, supervising revenue Egent for the New York district announced today. HALIFAX. N. S., Dsc. Dutch steamer Anton van Drlel has been wrecked oil Capt Race with the loss of her entire crew. j The Yanllriel struck oa the easiernl head of SielsEhotts, at tbe mouth nf: St. Mary's Day, at 1.50 o'clock." Some of the boils Ivj.neh.e3 but they never reached shore. Some o( the crew arc pllll on boanl th'a vvrock with absolutely no hope o[ being lescued. The ol lha Jla- reached Ilallfnx this afifirnoon In a wire-less mefsage from llghlVoeper at Tape iS-lcls. In the immediate vlcinily of the scene of the disaster. The message said: "Steamer Aulou van Uriel struck eastern brtd at 1.20 last flight. Launcher, some of the boats. were all clfovncd. Two bodies recovered. Four or five raeii sllll on board, but no chance of saving them." The Van Driel is a Dutch steamer of toils. She arrived at Amster- dam from Sydney on Nov. 11. Ship men here stated this afternoon that ahs would probably carry a crew oE 3D men. Thorp, ti enough slilpplng ou order on tho const to kcop our yard busy lor eighteen months Ar- lour Keld, former coiuinlssioner of lic utilities, told iho'lliTahl lu an interview "We Imvo sd .iomon boats to build for vol." ItciJ Is In tho oily visitiDg Ills areutjj, iiayiag Ibo first visit fpr many Tlit former coramla- siocer is most enthusiastic about tho shipbuilding Industry ut Ihe coast, niid believes li should lead to the develop- ment of a Iron and sieel iiidus- Iry lu B.C. All cnjiues fur tho ships being built arc brought from Glas- gow. Mr. Held Is superintending engineer In charge of Inslallallou for the Cough- Ian corporation and Inelals Iho en- gines, giving the new boat its running and trial trips. He snys Ihe compauy bas a fine organization and that labor Unrest, which caused Eerions .Irouble ia Vancouver in llie spring; is less evi- dent now. Asked whether he would like lo go back into municipal work Rgaln, Mr. Heid said most emphatically that he would not. Ke is a merino engineer by training ami municipal engineering has no appeal for him any "more, to say nothing of tlie lack o! apprecia- liou for one's work In cily work. For Colds or influenza am a PreventatiYe "Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets" Be sure you get the Genuine Look for this signature MORE OF IXXNDOX, "Dec. mail, Cana- dian Associated the model farm at Easton, Norfolk, .Messrs. Thornton and company offered for auciioa pure lired Perc'ierou liorsee, bred by George Lane and recently-Im- ported from Bar L" and Narnaka ranch- es, Calgary, Alberta. only.once previously been fin open sale of this famous.breed In England. I average at the sale worked out -at in mares.- The buyers iricl'id- ed the Karl of Col.Hambm, Mr. of Yarmouth; Sir Henry Hoarc and Capt. BuiLon. SOUTH EUROPE HAS TO FIGHT PLAGUE-SPOTS PARIS. Dec. Danger from ports la the Medi-1 lerranean Is pointed out by Dr. BCVJ- ratlz, of the Pastcnr Institute, who eays tial reports show a recurrence of the plague, especially in Satcr.ikl, Syrli, Alexandria and Conslsntinople. Tvhere energetic measures are being taken, especially for the protection ul allied troops. Dr, Neaumelz expre.-is- 'es the opinion thai (Lc plague not become peaeral, but urges strict sanl- ,terj measures at French prirt5. 1 BALTIMOR B, Cardinal Gib- bons denied today that the Tope has indorsed woman suffrage, as has been claimed by leading suffragists lately. Hla attention was called to an article in a recent iasue of a suffrage panar In Wuicli the Pope was quoted as hav- ing jald to Miss Annie Chrislitch oi the Catholic Women's Suffrage So- ciety of "We sliould Ilka FRANCE AND ITALY SHOULD REMAIN FRIENDS on the box. PARIS, Dec. (prelgn ofllce has published an offi- cial "yellow book" concerning [he French-Italian agreemeuts, by which each country agreed to re- main neutral in case ol aggression by third party. Publication of Ibe boot was agreed lo by- the Italian gorem. mfnt. Commenting on the document, Llberte aayj that Franca aod Italy, united by common trials daring th3 war and by the ilctory, could remain nlted lo lace pending International NEGROES ARRESTED' Gray Hair Ended In From 4 lo 3 Days hai dlj Scientific Hair Color Restorer This Test CcnTinc'cs Fpfi-l [rial b-juie tnl upaehl tartib. Ik- eo-e an'l ei" (.t-lttt ot FO-JF 'try It on )oct of htlr, C'lmpare llift rcdiiu, tn-1 I'ne pfeiiaro of TtJlh lio oH fhj. ID tliO coyfoa novr, 3IABVT. OOLKMAX ON MURftER COUNT NEWARK, N. J-, Dec. Kelly and Emmi Hoblnwo, negroes ol flrooTclyn, here on suspicion of having been con net Led the murder last week ol Ca.thar nc Dunce, a housemaid employer! a :he home o[ Clarence 3. Clark In Brooklyn, hare confessed to the crime Dlalrlct A Homey Lewis, of counly7 announced- yesterday. Kings ARABS AND FRENCH CLASH PAHia, Dec. AraWsr TolunlGcra and French troopa hav clashed at Baalbek, Syria, accord In lo a rlIspatch" received here from Cairo. Ixmea suffered by both sides are said to hare been severs. Hockey Results REGINA 7, SASKATOON Z REGIXA, Pec. told the Sas- katoons, 7 to 2, in a fine hockey game. the lale Saturday night wlien Regina Viclorias defeated the o Bee woman electors everywhere." The Cardinal thought tbat tho ragiats had misconstrued whatever Latements ihe Pope when he are ar, p.udlencc 10 Miss Chrlstltch or alLfir Laviug tbe quotation read to im, he "The Pope has .taken no position ilher for or agalnsl woman suffrage; e ia neutral." Asked About his own views on .the uffrage question, the Cardinal re- lated the story of the son o( Them- sloclcs, who asfrcd his father a favor received Ibis answer My FOR, I cannot you lhat avor. You must have recourse to your mother, for I rule Athens, Athena ules Greet-, Greece rnles tbe world, tut your mother rules me." Recently the Cardinal gave his Sews In a letter lo the "Maryland As- sociation opposed lo woman suffrage. PARISIENNES URGE TAILORED COSTUME FOR A WOMAN M.P. OTTAWA 2, CANADIENS 0 OTTAWA, Dec. secured clear I eat] in the National Hockej Leaguo on Saturday night when they defeated Iho Canadians, ot Montreal, by a score ot Z to 0. ST. PATS 7, QUEBEC 4 TORONTO, .Dec. Patrlcki defeated Quebec -by 7 to 4 here on Saturday eight, ween tho former made their first appearance of the season and the crowd present was estimated at close Lo GAME POSTPONED CALGARY. Dec. opening game of the Dig Four hockey league, scheduled for tonight, will be post- poned, oTvlcjj to warm weather. election Aator to the House of of Lady Co ram OTIS HAVE CHRISTMAS MASS IN RHEIMS CATHEDRAL ie annoynciid thai Christ- mas mass will ns cclebriled In r.aUic-dral. WH.bln all but mined by fire, a temporary rondng has liair lit Ihe Interior. 'J'he wiiicli have brcn i (slue? hrjttllilios ended, >s'il! bt ontncii jfor Itiij mas.', r It is 'aizp announccfl that the aroused much Interest among French women, who are discussing her" en- trance into English politics from A sartorial point of view. le, Cecllc asked If she. In a parliamentary role, would be aa coquettish In dress aa gbo Is In the role of Cclimenc. declared lhat tailor- ed cCalumea were 'the only thinkable dreag." "One docs not go Into an assembly where there Is work to do In a lume of the 9he eald. Mile. Polaire nlao would wear a tailored coalunic of some neutral color. Vou tbat color In Itself would ie a she said. Mme. who has made an [niporlant aludy gf rarUiim, salt! lhat ideal moatunic would bo one which rllil not attract altentlon." Komelhlng neither Ray nor she added. "But costume. Is of no i I0' recor.str'ueihin begin the llrsi HELP FOR MOTHER A mother whose strength over-wrought.or who is thin, pale or nervous, find re- newed energy in every droo of SCOTTS EMULSION Let it help tum your dairy task? from aborden to pfeaoura. is abundant in those noarithing %V ments that eoery mother in (he land JJI of the yeaf. Kljlil linnded ihousmld For by J, H'ilnbilhjm t I francs HTE available lor this work In Adjournment wn3 JAP DIET OPENS ______ TOKIO. ftiiity, .Oct. Hit ESoclalcil I'rcsal linrj rsail Ihe spCGcli Ironi throne lit the opsir.lnR nf Ihn illtt today, 31 ihe em- peror was indlenoacil. The cmiicror pxprosor] his plcaturi! Dial Japan's rclndonu with tie nncl assoclal- iverc (rlonrtly. until January Etyoy a of Bottled Refund on emptlei Geld deal Ginger Ale at iame -price, AFTER-XMAS CLEARING SALE CLOTH COATS, SERGE and SILK DRESSES, FUR SETS and FUR COATS Offering a Saving to You of 25 p.c. The slocks are m splendid condition, a number of our best plain and fur trim- med coats are here, and the range of dr esses was never .better as a late shipment of Georgette and Jersey Dresses only ar rived a week ago. The furs are certainly a classy lot both in style and quality arid make good buy- ing at the prices we are quoting in tins After Xmas Sale. The Cloth Coats Ladies' Cloth Coatt reduced to Ladies' Kersey CoaU reduced to Ladies' Velour and Silvertone Coats... Silvertone and Phish Coats Best Cloth and Plush Coats for Plush and Cloth, Fur Trimmed Coats for Phish and Cloth, Fur Trimmed Coats for High Grade Furs at Greatly Reduced Prices Dark Northern Racoon Set reduced to.................... Jap Cross-fox Collar and Muff Set reduced lo............... Black Lynx Cape Couar and Muff Set reduced Cinnamon Fox Animal Scarf and Muff reduced Hudson Seal and Fitch Cape and Muff reduced to........., Hudson Seal and Opossum Cape and Muff reduced to...... SI29.00 Sable Cape and Mutt Set reduced to.................... Hudson Seal Cape and Muff Set reduced to.............. Hudson Seal Cape and Muff Set reduced Taupe Hare Cape Collar and Muff Set reduced Grey Badger Animal Scarf and Muff Set reduced to White Thibet Collar and Muff Set reduced to............... Hudson Seal Muffs reduced to.......................... Dark Mink Muff with claws and tails THREE ONLY FUR CO ATS To be Cleared Out Regardless of Their Real Value. 1 only, Extra quality rich Hudson Seal and Lynx smartest New York style, knee length, belted at waist, heavily siDc lined. Shawl collar and extra deep cuffs are of finest grade Black Lynx fur. The regular price is Our Clearing Sale Price Plain Rich Hudson Seal Coat, shawl collar and deep caffs of self, best linings. 'Sale Best Dark Rat Coat with shawl collar and cuffs of very finest Beaver. Belted, or can be worn without the belt. Splendid silk popHn linings. This coat is on sale at only.. The prices consldcrnljlx leas than turer's prices (njny for similar lines. ALL OUR DRESSES Are On Sale At a Discount. Serge Dresses, Jersey Cloth Dresses, Satin Dresses, Georgette and Crepe de Chine Dresses, Taffeta Dresses. All Trimmed Hats> on Sale at Half Price Some very good styles for girls and misses. TH_E SIMPSON CO. ;