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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE I-ETllBniPGE 'DAILY HEFULn TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 19J9 HENCE HUME' HAVEBEENSEllLEP VICTORIA. BC, 1-Vb. rmip manager ot the B. C. Coast lwa'aip Service. and cpmt- bv the C. P. li.. Prior vs me usu hen went bebinil a nearby Island anil case Ple Prior sj suing th stayed there for two days. He sal {or a3 a result c he weather was rougn, bnt not very. by his vile while sh ______3 Wlipn .tnev Ill ant openin! ilruclors." there for German con coc According 10 his evidence, the abeth was'the first boat on the. Scene he stood by for about ?3 minutes am hen went b'ebinil a nearby Island an Supreme Court oprac-i this morning with Mr. Justice Stuart presiding anJ a large list ol civil Jtiry and Cflses on the list. It waa one ot he heaviest dockets in Ihe history ot the focal but rapidly dwindled aw to SO for tuis session's hearing. cases settled out ot court were Laiug vs the Northern Lite Assurance Co. Ibev vs Burton. Johuslou vs Peter- son and Garrick vs The Canadian Bank ot Commerce. case ct New- fen vs Leaibetter. in which tho sjllle- men! ot a will is Involved. Is pracHttl- Iv and was stood over the end ot the lisl. This left tvra the Merchants Bank vs Ott, ami Prior vs the Gait Hospital. In he OF INCREASE LIBERTY BONDS Feb. ll.-Secretary Glass yesterday asked consress to in- crease" the amount of Liberty bonds -nthorized, bnt unissued, to approxi- mately and to give him broad" powers to determine the inter- en rate and other terms of the "Vic- tory Liberty Wan" to be floated late in April "now and .no rain. When eacbed the Sophia they could hear a piano playing the passengers. were oil the deck. ThlT lowered a small boat to go to the Sophia for he purpose ot getting some sugar and cottee. but the attempt had to be abandoned. There about nine feet c? rock showing between the water and the bottom ot tbe ship, which was in an upright position. It was agreed that Capt. Davis ot the Estabeth would probably give All the information which the commission sought. Captain Trouj filed the entire wire, less and telegraphic communications between his office and officials at Juneau at Ihe sitting at Juneau on January anii Tue messages ei- cbanged between the doomed vessel's skipper and Jmieau will ire submitted. Captain Troap also tiled a statement ot tile ship's equipment and comple- ment. Capt. Troup Elated that every- hins had been done under the cir- cumstances. In reply to a question burns was a pitleul in the hospital. Prior onlv arrived this morning and "as not'in court. His counsel told, the court the plaintiff has just arrived from Flanders, and needed some sleep. Thit any drug store -will cott very little but Is sufflc- Sent .to remove every hard or soft com or Mlltu from one's feet Cut (bln- nsuncmg barao plactif by the British'Im- port reltrlction control board on American products had been molli- fied to allow partial Importation of boots and shotl, the British tmbJliy In a ilatemenljald it ntver had the IntenMon. of the control board to refuse all Im- port licenses and that it was re- coanizsd that contideralloii may to'be oivtn'ln tome to established Interests." SIX ARRESTS LAWRENCE, Mass., Feb. eged attempts to Jostle mill workers entering the zone, picketed by the strikers near the mills caus- ed six arrests tor Intimidation here early today. Tho police reported no disturbances about other mills. 1 AN EXPLOSION ST LOUIS, Keb. txpto alon late last night wtcckeil the riant of the Egyptian Powdor Company, two miles south ot Hcrrin, Illinois, ac- cording fo advices received early to- day. No lives were lost. Final Clearing of Men's Suits 16.50 to Values.' Sie.ooto )-4 i 9.75 ffi 11.95 to Boys' Suits at Big RETURN TO WORK LAWRENCE, Mass., Feb. loom fliers employed In the. mills of this city voted last night to return to work and to accept the manufac- turers' otter of 48 hours' jitiy for a 48-hour week.. "Ilugon Tho Colonial, Wed. See the HaH Price Tables Vahes to for 6.95 Vahct to for 7.95 Vahesto for WILSON NORTH LETHBRIDGE See the Half Price Tables ;