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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TliKSnAY, FEBRUASYY THE PAGE TlfREB THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington COLLECTIONS ANO ADJUSTMENTS EVERYWHERE Jluk" your Collection C Prcmpt and Efficient Service AUDITS AND CONSULTING ACCOUNTANCY Ap.c-als lor the fehaw Correa- Stimuli. R. C. FARR1S SERVICE AGENCY 5 Macdonatd Block" Phono 1616 BOULTON'S TAXI Cloied and Heated Car City and Country Trlpj Office Phonft RESIDENCE Phonj 1055 a Two .Men Held Hore as Suspects Are. Klnnlly Idcnli- licii T-iiu lonj; arm ot retire- seiuej by the Alberta Provincial Pol- ice, Const. Muriarily of Coalhnrat'ln nartlculnr, readied out a' couple ot wreVs HE') iiiul riiu an uud to lliti free- dom of Darel HaUiik and UJH riirns. wanted ever since- Ajiril ot last your for .tlic attempted murder ot nnothiT Austrian named. Pctrus uear Crowland, Vi'elland Co., Ont. llaisuk and IMtms uro today enroute lo Wellanil under vsctrTl, there io stapil .trial for a erlmo HJ niduths old, As a result ol desc-rijiUona of the men sent out bv the Wclland Police. Moriarlly of ttie A. P.; P. plctol .tUcm up !n mining camp a couple ot weeks aijo. Tlio arrest kept fiubU'bV tho A. P. P. at the limo 'for several reasoiis.' For one tiling tho men vrero travelling under tin names. Dimilrio Maacoveldciuk and Paul Oloriri. They answered to the descriptions ot.tlio men wanted In Wclland, Out., but thoy were carp-ing vjtli them parole; cerlifteatbs under Hie' assumed na'tnes and these cerllr ficates aiipeared to .bo perfectly :u order. nrreatedj tuoy 'stoutly maiu- taineti that iberd dames 'ttvtcnlng'ou tho parole certificates: Wheu their photos and finger prints were liven to. in sent to Ontario lor purposes ot identification, they threat- t eiied daniaEC aeliona against the police fur wrongful slander Dud dkcrs nilibr chareea: 'Then, during Jniiife aulbbrliies scndlnE an oiliccr and identifying witness to Lotlibriilfo, Ihe two Austrlans badMo lie remanded. three times and on each' occasion tli'oy threatened that they make it bpt for .somebody for holding them on 'a- crime cumnliUed ill' a' pari of Canada wblcK they had never' visited. Koivtnul reason, ttif imllce refraineil from siting juhilcity to C33C-. yesterdny, Const. Stock liridso arrived frpm Crowlaud, bring- with him a witness Vho. identified the wen as Haiiuk and Vllrua, bad atlackccl PeEius Iron bnr last April, leavmz him lor dead. Ihougb alter flvp months In a hoipital victim bud recovered but Trill be a crinp'e (or life Doth the constable and tho witness are sura tbat'the two men held here, are -the; right parties, and Moriarlly. is being congrat- ulated for hia fine tiro men had been 'working at .Coatburst in months and it was only by ..the merest chanco .ttiat Ihey were uroiiglit tans "to fac'a -with their crime. Whelf faced by the" Well and authorities how thctv.confid. cncQ left 'Kt't'hs Want Their Own Ports on Utiinc and Danube C h'eb. Press) comaiissiou on watcr- ways and railways of Oie tif-ure con- [orencc met today fir. Cres'pi, of ftaly, in tlic chair. England, support- ed by America, uroposed the nustpone- ment of lht> principle of complete lib- erty of transit to every country on !n_ual conditions to all. Thia proposi- tion was opposed by Albert Claville, for France, and Lamhros Coromilas, Tor Greece, who pointed out that Kng- iind and America occupied special Bit- nations, that made the question of com- mercial liiml transit insignificant for them., The commission apiioinled two sub- L-onimissions, one ib study the (lues- lion ot the control of ports, waterways liul railways and the other the ques- tion of liberty ot transit. The first commission has appro'ved of tho prin- ciple triat no country may charge dul- iosron goods passing through its ports or over its railways or waterways oflu cr than the freight rates paid on goods destined for BEjIf, Neither niay such goods customs e3. -j: asainsl destined for German ports' to iiass through their territory exempf of'.duty, -tluis. helping i the prosperity''of Germany. Th'ey claimed also 'that'.such measures '.should; bo Iflken as woiild hialtc navigation ot the for .Belgium. the Czccho-Si'pVolw and Polei ilv aisled, on having ports, of their own, Ihe former on the Adriatlc-and.tho atter onj thelnaltic.r, Cqronulas prbp'oseil to glre, respectlTelyJ at Trieale anJ'Danzig, th'e sarae [privil- eges that Greece granted Serbia at Salonikt, where Serbia has part of the port territorial rights. The Ciccho-Slovaks nnfl Poles consider Ibis proposition 'an inBuflicEent guirantee. The commission agreed tiiat navi- gation on the Rhine ami Danube should be to ail-countries border- ing on through which those rivers pass. 4The Rhine passes through or borders on Switzerland, Germany, France and Holland, uiid the Danube relations lo German: fJoh'emia, iHungary, Serbia, tiulgarfa and Hucnsnis agree oij a policy which will exact such atidUioual guarantees as will en- able' Iho allies lo jirogret-s toward a ce.basis while sUll teeh- litally, at war. Governing Body L'aulious revelation of RDIUU ui'tba Textures ot the of nations eon- Inns the in these dispatches. In its firat form; the league will CGffi- srisc a EtnaU governing body, not diC- 'ering hiuch'In its character and. per- souel from the vreaenl burc-au of the conference, plus some representatives Trom the sindUer nations, with a larger _y ot delegates representing the members which will meet at stated In- torvBls. Each natloh wlH'chooac" Hs lelegalcE in its own way, but it is sug- gested. I Imt'in cases they will be Lhe ambassadors, to the country NEWSPAPER POLICY Iirom the Woodstoclt Sentinel Review A correspondent of the Toronto Star [mils fault wllb thut paper became notwillistaniKng lhafit liaa criticized Sir Robert Dorden a deal, It has neverthnlcss suDporlei tlis and his corernment, I Tliere a gdod many in. .with' the Star, In havinj crlllctieil Sir Tlob- ert Bordon> Union Government with Sir Robert 1'rem- It thai be what the .correspondent mmiiB. But, afler nil, Is 'noth- ing In.lhe sllua- tion. Surely, the fact that a ncvijiap-- er'h'ai "crltlcluA public man, when he stooil in neM-ot criticism, is not a resHon why It ahoatu nbt support him whftn hfl proves of ntipportl And, the fnerinat a- newipapor .lUpporta 'A public man, ilnts not dabar It from criticizing him It thinks ha ought to bo crlti clreit i people to find it tmd io undentuKS why should cserctM the right of using Us own judgment, An IUCTO pwplo under statrd It, It is.tha duty 6( a n6wapapcr 16 stick lo party, or a leader, through (hick anil to defend 'everything ihe party' or (he leailer rtoca, and con- rlcain evcrylblDi! any on o else dooa. "lii other the newspaper should bo merely M organ or roouihplcco. for- tunately moat ot'tiit newspapers of CanMa, aid perhnpg moat of tho pen- nlo, fiare r.ulllvej the lime when such a rteffiiltffii ofdS'ngifSfaper'! nnij cfliilrf Accepted; Tho npirll of imle- pendcnco ift growing fintong llm panCTa of Canada, anil the stronger 'It jjrowa'lhs H Will be, not mere- ly for the newapipfr'i, bnt for Iho reo plo Ihey scrrc. BEER IN QUEBEC QUlvUBC, Feb. a motion which he will tmgeii.l in the legisla turo shortly, Arthur Sauvcj leader of tho opposition, asks' that" Iho law passed At tho last sefisfoiO enacting prohibition.'lo takes effect here on May -be ftmen'dexl so that the man- ufacture and sale of light wines and heer not cuntafnljig aiora'than 2K' per cent, of Us weight in aicohol mltied Jn the province of Quohec. BOMBARD TOWN VIOO, Sptln, Fob. I'orlti- utjc bombarded Ihe town of Vienna d.a 'Cattetle, north ot early Saturday, according have arrived here lave modiruMl their polk-y on tbis question have been cuiiihutk-ally de- liedvby the leaders of the.- confprenco who declare that the imeurion to pun- ish military offenders is siili firmly lield by tho allies. TUNISIAN ARRIVES ST. JOHN, Feb. 10.-Tim aumdlan Pacific Ocean Servico linnr Tunisian .rriveif. lit port this morning, ntne'days out frSiu'i.lverpooI. She !iad ?IS pas- sengers, 711 adults atiit 22 children onde-r H years "of age. which the conference is manent secretarial wil held. A per- lie created at once but ihe organization of Uie pro- poaW tribunals will await the first conference of -the league whieir can not take place until Ibe various par- liaments have accepted the ache inc. War Crimes A plenary session is-esjiecled C On6 ot the most important committees of (he is that dealing ivith war crimes an3 punisli- roeiils, upon which the British i-cpre; aetiUtivea dre Sir Gordon Ilewatt, the his. ah solic- TO LEASE MILL I'Kl.VCB ALBERT, Sask Feb. H is reported here that the finger Lumber Ccmpaii, of The Pas, is ne- gotiating to lease tlic mill of. the Prince Albert, Company in Uiis city for a'period of 10 years. WON'T POST PAHIS, Feb. Itobert Cecil, British representative on the league of nations commission, is considering tho question whether be will accept Iho appointment as British ambassa- dor to Washington, which has bceo of- fered him. It is understood he is not inclined to late the post. SITUATIONS VACANT NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of Joseph Stansilaus Fleury, late of Lethbrldgc, Alberta, Travelling Salesman, Deceated. NOTICE IS HEREBY. CIV'KX that all persons Slaving claims upon the estate ot tho above named Joseph Stanislaus Klcury, ivho died on the J2th clay of November, A. 0. 1318. at Lethbridge. are required lo file with John Yaselenak, LethbrMge, Alberta, Solicitor for Alfred i-'Ieurj-, the Admin- istrator herein, by Ihe 151U day ol March. A. 1815. a full statement duly verified, of their claims and ot any securities held by them, and that alter that date the Administrator wilt distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, hating regard only to tfic claims of which 'notice has heen so filed or wllich which have heen brought lo their knowledge. liis 27th day of January, A. liottscwork.." Mentloo Hera 'I 1 Dated iD.'1919. -young girl to assist Jin SG3 Gth Ave. Apply J32var pay.guatanleed for "three yeard. Knit urgently need- ed'socks for us on tho faiat, simple Auto-Knitter. Full pariiculara today. 3ii stamp. Auto Knitter Co4 Dept 73 C, St, Toronto. Ad P junior tcieh" er for the New Dayton. Consolidated School District Salary per'month, fluliea to commence -Jlarcli 3rd, ID IS Apply "to" ttie" Treasurer, Xcw Dayton.1 Aila. MS-G second class certificate for the ,HoEDinduiit S. Salary per month. Apply John -M. Evans, secretary-treasurer, Bpw .laljincl, Alta. 'ynrd Must be 'good Wntei snd" and accurate si ;flg- ures. Apply in own liantlwriting, slating oger married or r1o Box 13 Herald. f AND RETURNED SOLDIERS CHARGED MEN You can do real well In the tor.Buslnces, selling cars operating and repairing cars nnd trac- lors A faw.wteks'. the bUl Motor 3Q8 Second will the neces- sary experience. arc prepared lo ncccpt all orders and make prompt shipment of good clear Ico from Crew's Xest 62-6 CROWS NEST ICE Co. Lethbridge iron Works Co., Ltd. FOR Castings and Machine Work REPAlnS-OF-A'-tiKlrlDS PROMraV ATTENDED TO. MAKERS OF ROLL, AND PLATE GRINDERS LAND PACKERS AND DEEP WELL PUMPS REMOVED To our new store anil carry- ing a finer and wUU'r ;i5sori- nuiiiL of let Cream Parlor THE KING GEORGE CONFECTIONERY Cor. 4th Ave. and 11th Street S. Tcrrill Floral Old Stand MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D. Prompt Bervlet. Phone 1345, 13th Street N. 250-26 Oats! We aro prepared to luaka vronipt slnyrcent Number Ono Kcecl car JosJ lots delirer- til at Letbbrldgo and adjacent Doiuls, sfiventy-Hve (75) cents bushel. M'ire us giving yuur order, giving bank reterence and we will wire confirmation of same. AH oats ahlpped are govern- ment weight and We also hare seed oats tUat sliou- eei'minatton" tcsls. Write or ivke can savo you'money, MERCANTILE TRADERS' EXCHANGE 320 Teglcr Edmonton Aita, Phona 19M S17 13th at N, ft. HAV 'AND FEED the SALE OF IMPOUNDED ANIMALS Unless claimed by- the owners, 'Jl sell public Auction, at East Pound, In Uie city.of Leilibrldge, on Friday, Ihe Hilt day of 9, at 2 o'clock jn Uts alternobii, Uie follovvicg described a'niniats; Impounded on Kovcmhor 2fJ, J3I8. buckskin nony, traiidetl Impounded on December 2; 1918, white geliling, 1100 branded on left shoulder. roixwnded December 2: Ito lljs.; uo brand. Jlmpoufided on December 23, brovfn gcliling, 1200 Ibs.; no visible brand. Impounded on Decemlier 23, 191S, sorrel gelding, 1050 pounds; no visible brand. Safe for Sale .Size 48x29 inches by TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE CO., LTD. LETHBRiouE Ail T 101S, Pouiitlkeepei1. I1ISTOBV Of THE WAR V Professor March. "Canarti's Part In by cclebarted .Canadian 'Naamlth. Mainmoth- itiree Illustrations; groat money wafer; free. __ RJIBRS'-UVD Don't remain Idle tractor and aift6rho6llo' engineer- Ing-In your siwro lime, at HimplilIVs Motor Schools. Ixithbridgc, 2nd S. 3as- Vatoon, Edmonton, Cilgary; Vancou- ver, B.C., or Portland, :pre. 0 290 MORE MEN .WANTED TO LEARN Auto-Giis-Tradpr Engineering Joih now and you will he' ready for tho big payjit pOBilions offered in spring. We nave many 'different Trac- tora, Autos, Stationary Engines, Elcc- Irlciil Devices, pur master, mechanic leiOiert liulrttc- ttons from the U. 8, A.- aoVeriiment Board of EducAllpn.: Fen .Time reijilfedjC Wteks lo 2 :Wc aUo teach special course on sleara Tiilcanlzlng.! Call of wrlto for" We ;VfcMrV boifas 'pay nml Bvenlns Classes. 38-0 COAL! COAL! COAL! If you are going lo order PHONE 1430 IVe Irr lo glvo satisfaction. W. H. DRINKALL 2nd Avenua S. PREMIER COAL PHONE 494 Imiucdlaic delivery la any part ot city; Car load lota (or pxporl, Wire or Good warnii Triends. HAMILTON COAL MINE 110 Piflh Strtel Sbulri Quotations on Hay F.O.B. COADLAt-E, AUTA. Choice Alfalfa ..per ton No. I Alfalfa fir ion J25.00 Standard Alfalfa per ton No. 2 per'ton Alfalfa ;anrt rnixed person No, 1 Timothy..'per No. 1 Blue Joint per, ton No, 1 Slue Joint and Tim- othy mixed per ton Wheat Straw per ton StO.M Quality; Pbocc or Wire lo J. B. SCHiMEK' Coaldale, Alia.' Phone.R TRANSFER J. Murry COAL ORDERS, C.O.O, PHONE 658 Ed. Klng'i Furniture Store, Third Avcnut 6'outh STORAOS .COAL, C.O.D. Canida Food Board 8-11103 2S7-0 Dr.AtT.Spankie M.D. C.M. EYE, EAR, NOSE ANO THROAT SPECIALIST, Otlico rooms 1S1-1JI New f. Burn] Bu'.ldiny, 8th and 2n3 St. Ottlca Phone Ml 8 it Reiidehce Phoae MJ077 Interne and Home Sorgtoo, UtnhalUa Ear, Nooi and Thro.t Hoipltal, Tork City, Specialist ta Citgtry Board f reel Elliott GENERAL TIINSMllHING Phone 1713 330 Sixth Street South LETHBRItHJE, ALTA, DRAYING Ot AU Ktait WesternTraasferCo, f. ft. FralfM fHONM 160 ACRESI Miles from Skiff Level and free from slooo. A snap at per acre. 54.00. cash, balance .half, crop pay- in onts. CHAS. T, COUSINS SKIFF, 8EED OUT! you clean- tcd .OATS, gorminatinE 80 .lo "9054; freft (fpm Wild Gals, of'wlro us, can put you In'direct touch wilh ship-. and guarantor dctiverj'. Will submit iiricM and on rcijiicst, tOMOHTON, ALTA. Tractor Repairs We ta reborlnn gti tructor cjllnderi, ptfltona ftnd.rloct. Wft riATe In at prejent oversize pislona.for' all popttlar KU Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. Itt Ave. S. Phent 17M ROOSA AND.HANEGAN Baggage and Transfer, .Coal :Orders'.C.O.D. Night'and Day1'Service Called. PHONE 1M9 Join the LIBRARY EXCrfAKSf at EVER ALL A'FRANKS' SOUTHARD BLOCK Third Avenue South CANADA FOOD LICENSE 'Knjon the THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Sec'y, Veteran' ChV Phone 37.Z i A mm WANT no ;