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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAG17, EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 'THURSDAY. FEBRUARY John Farne.ll Charged With Ut- tering Seditions Words Dur- ing'June Riots RESUME NEGOTIATIONS FOR TURKISH PEACE SASKATCHEWAN DAIRY. MEN PASS'RESOLUTIONS LONDON, lions firo being resumed by tbo peace conferees hero concera- ing the peace treaty with Tur- key. 1'rriiiicr 1-toyci Gc-orgo made -n atniouncvment to .this effect in house of com- mous todsy. WINNIPEG, Feb. case of John Farnell, returned soldier, chars- cJ with uttering seditious dur- ing the Juno riots, which are sail to have iaciled iho riot of June 21, open ed today. A }ury was empanelled af- ter 39 jurymen had been challenged. He is accused of having stated that the returned soldiers were prepared to show the federal government what tho returned men were prepared io do. i Ho aho was accused of having ad- vised a gathering of strikers on tho Market Hquaro 'on June 10 to Ignore the proclamation of tho mayor con- cerning tho holding of parades. MOOSE JAW, Resolutions passed at tho convention ol tha Sas- katchewan Dairy now til session hero, requesting assistance from tho provincial government In the securing of an adequate supply of purebred stock for the industry lu the province: another dealt with the rail- ways asking co-operation in the hand- ling and caro of shipments; a third on the subject of transportalion asicd the help of iho grain growers' locals In the different districts to secure tetter and efficient means of sending produce. J. C. Moore ot'I.Msk, was appoint- ed a delegate to the meeting ot the co-operative livestock association !n Winnipeg next week. Tho election of tho 1520 officers of tho association will bo held this afternoon. This morn- Ing's session was occupied with tho judging lu the various competitions connected with (he convention. FIGHTING BOLSHEVIK! HARBIN, Feb. At- soelited of commandcr-lrvchlef of wefttera arrelfs of tfie all- Runtan government, have Joined with the Citchj and art righting the Bolshevlkl In tht vicinity of Chertmkova. CKtrenikova; which la on trie trani-Slbtrtan M northwest -of Irkutsk, hat teen re-taken from the Bol- NEW CELLULOSE CO. HEAD LONDON. Feb. Canadian Grant Mordeii has retired from the chairmanship ot the Brliisii Cellulose Company, arid Is suc- ceeded Sir Henry MacCowan, a director of the Canadian company, Col. MorUen's retirement is duo to the necessity of hU making a prolong- ed stay In Canada. CELEBRATE LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY IN STATES NEW YORK, Keb. is Lincoln's birthday and a public holi- day throughout tho United Stales. Tho stock financial houses are all closed as well as the majority of the industrial; and com- mercial establishments. In Washing- ton, Secretary Louring Issued a mes- sage to ttie American people advising Ihem to find in (he life ot Abraham Lincoln an forgot self in devotion io country and to tho fun- damental principles ot liberty md-justice. I arc In msan wcilher. N SYRUP RED SPRUCE GUM j -i frcmUiefirstsaiUfeor SCKM. Slop It !a i'-ae and to cot wmblz "ilti litsllh. IheJcvcr (0 lii trfjlraj cw'ste, colds and compUiots. I D. W ATSO N CO. A'eir I TOO LATE Death only a matter of short tiny. Don't wait until pains and aches become incurable diseases.. Avoid painful consequences by taking COLD MEDAL Counsel Addressing Jury in Trial For Sedition of Legis- islature Member WINNIPEG. Feb. Canadian court resumed today Hugh Phillips, KC., crown coimsel in tho trial of V. J. Diion. charged with seditious libel, began his address to !he jury. After charging the jury with their duty In deciding upon a case where the crown only had introduced witnesses. Mr. Phillips dealt wilii var- ious articles appearing in the Strike Bulletin and'Incidents during the strike nnd present trial. Mr. Phillips declared that Dison had done nothing after ho attended a meet- ing at the Walker Iheatro where cheers and greetings were given tor the Russian Soviet government. Dixon he said, was on the platform and though it was his duty to go to his attorney-general and make kuown that ,fueu had been at that meeting to slir tip class hatred and sedition, yet ho had done nothicg. 'DLxon Hec.It.ion5 intentions when he sat-at that unlawful assem bly and dill ho folloiv it through until ftp. wrote this asked Mr Phillips. The standard nmedy bladder and uric acid National Remedy of Hollaed tines IMS. Guaranued.- All droggista, 50C. a box. Ontario Builders Take Steps in That Direction to Help Housing Plans TORONTO, Fob. effort to stabilize prices of building materials for the next slx7months will be under- taken by the Ontario, Builders' and Supplies, Association so .that contrac- tors will be able to know a few months ahead .-what the'prlees would be. This was decided convention of the association" hero yesterday. will be brought to the attention of the lumbermen's conven- tion to be heid in Hamilton shorlls' and'will be taken up -with dealers in Inter-Church Forward Move- ment Campaign Making Good Progress From Cherry- Blossom Land fhe Japanese Give Good Example TORONTO, Feb. total sub- scriptions for Ihe five denominations In tho campaign to raise In connection with the Inter-Church Forward Movement, which lias lieen reported tho national headquarters last night wore 0. II. of the united national campaign, last night slated that the returns ware for Ihree days in On- tario and for two days In tbo other provinces. Ho expressed .confidence that the full objective would be reach- cd notwithstanding that many of vhe canvassers have been stricken with influenza, Following are the lolals reported: Ontario, Quebec, 051; -New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Is- land, J23.COO; Manitoba, Sas- katchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, i result iliwases of tho womanly organs ars aiora common tli.nn nny orja Lut a phy- ncian in active practice couM fqjpposc. ONTARIO WOMEN TESTIFY Chatham, modi- rinta havfi been UECI! my family at hnms (especially by my father and mother) crcr TiTiOe I esa Tiity uswsy.i proved Tory ealisfiictory. overwork I at one limo bocnrnc all in hwllh, was on the verge of a complete ccrvotn btcflV-dowo. I went on idling for about Uo yttaa, during which iimo 1 PufTcrof] terribly. 1 look Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription and it EOOD built mo up in good hfaSth oud cured me o{ tho don'oua condi-' lion. I consider it on excellent medieino for tho ftilmcnta of MIlS. CHA3, ALLIES STOP SUPS COXSTAXm'OPLE, Fob. shipments of supplies to KmKh Itussin have been halted temporarily by or- dcr3 ot tlnj allied port, authorities here, ivho refuse to allow any vessels to clear for lilnck Sea ports. The steamer Santu Moil arrived hero a few days ogo carrying n cargo ot OTIC thousand tons Ot clothing to be dis- tributed among the typhus hospitals in South Ilussla. The bleamer-U still being held In the harbor and will be probably unloaded and sent to Novo Roaslsk when conditions make it safe for a vessel (o enter the porh or bandits in .cnnFMoralilo slrcngth are operating in the Moun- tains just behind the port of Novo Itossisk causing great trouble ami un- rest in tho city itself. TIRE AT VANGUARD VAXGUAKD, Sask., Feb. ot unknown origin destroyed several business premises here WecMiosday. Other buildings In Ihe town wero only saved after hart work on tho part of H bucket brigade "when the fire engine failed Io work. The grealer portion of the loss is covered by insurance. New Chevrolet Distributing and Service Branch at 270 Assiniboine Avenue, Winnipeg To cope with the tremendous de- mands for Chevrolet Motor Cars and Trucks and insure Western Chevro- let car owners prompt and efficient we have purchased and re- modelled this new building, establish- ed sub-warehouses for the carrying'of large stocks of finished cars and parts of all models at Regina, Calgary and Vancouver, and are now ready to give motorists the kind of service they have a right to expect, The West has unqualifiedly endorsed the Chevrolet line and Western Headquarters are a necessity for the convenience of the thousands of Chevrolet owners. Large stocks of spare parts at every Chevrolet deal- er garage, insures quick service. Motorists generally and Chevrolet owners in particular are invited to pay us a visit. Don't fail to call when next you visit Winnipeg. CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED WESTERN DIVISION WINNIPEG MANITOBA, Factory OSHAWA, ONT. BAALIM MOTOR CO., Ltd., Lethbridfe, Sub-Warehouses at REGINA, CALGARY, VANCOUVER ;