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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT fitK LKTHBRIUGE-DAILY HERALD MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, !9MU New Scheme Will Do Away With Old Method rf Ballots" MKIE, Feb. lC.-r-Volei on 'motions !a tlw uf by an nnder. the pro'vicloiu ot MB tcton ffl a deputy to CM( taUit tad record and tatalau UM tote! vbte'citt. HEX.-CAPTURE YANK WASHINGTON, Feb. Wilson Welsh; Adun captarcd by ZaciatJicas'and held pictures of the soldier set. abont which mud criticism has .been Isvellwl ;hy. aoldiera. .They tliat. the settlement totally unfitted for 'for the purpose'of training taznerc. ranspju.'ltie slate depart- .meat NEVER MISSES SERVICE Old Country Football Scores Equally Quilty With Secretary of State (her Calling of Cabinet Meetings WA Sin -p 1 larr of the Iiilpripr declared today that lio 'c'ohsideced Ihirasclf "just as inucli respons'lblo" ES Sccre- WAHSAW, Feh which rnay be viewed as quite drastic, ha've LONDON, Feb. Canadian playing in tho third round of UK Scottish cup. draw are as Glasgow Hangers vs. Broxburn Unit- cll been by Polish Nationalists East Stirllnnhiw or Ralth Rovers1 in-training be vs. Greenock Morton. Imposed upon the Bolshwikl arrangement of a peace settlement These Include a demobilization of Ued armies on this front, and the ev RESIGNS FROM FACULTY OF TORONTO UNIVERSITY TORONTO, 1? years on (he University of Toronto facultj of moSicIne, Deai C. K. Clarke, has announced his Intention of resigning and will devote his attention alniosl entirely to the work ot-the Canadian national committee of mental hygiene which, he 'Is medical director. Lochgelly United vs. Third Lanark. Armandale Ayr United. Kllmarnock V5. Queen's Perk. St. Bernard's vs. Albion Rovers. Aberdeen vs. Hearts of Midlothian. Celtic vs. Partlck Thislles. 'The games will bo played oft Feb- ruary 21 Fnui-th Rmmrf :or Albion trsbllshment 'of Polish bridge heads over the Rivers Dvlna and Dniepler. l Jary Lansing for of.'cab- Aberdeen or, Heart of Midlothian. Mr. Sam PrftcSari, a miner ef near Ruabon, Wales, was Injured an accident and is now bedridden. But, he never ralsses .divine terries. His teUow-workmeu" have'fixed u'p a telophune outfit so tQat he can listen' to the entire Eer'moti. Pictures show the. transmitter in pulpit and Mr. Pritchard In.bed lls-tenlDg to tbe-semiOD. Inet meetings during the'president's Illness. He said Mr. Lansing called him on-the telephone., and1.obtained his approval of the'idea before call- Ing tbe first meeting and "presumably secured 4he .approval of other cabinet members eleo.'.' SUrt of Trouble -Feb. rela- tions between Wiloon'-.iLnd alniost Breached, th'e ireaklag pdint. curly In 1917 Me. Lajuing' Ufued his celebrated statement, fliyibglthe United States was .daily nearer tho war'By iome. it. was Uat for Ktm- onnLskk and only seats be IswM lu due course. Marehall hat a mem- iier of the hoase of commoun for oral lerms. He lived at Out. and was one of tlio headi of the Can- adian Can HITS Ho ires a ConEenra live- and n'maii of considerable wealth, :IIo died at Vancouver. t JY.Coppen WM found guilty at Toronto of the- murder of his wife. Fannie Mauile on the 'night of November lut, and jvas -sen- tenced to oa May 5. NOT A FIRE NOR AN ARREST, BUT Judge InUmates ijne He Will Take in Charging Jury' in Winnipeg Case TVIKMPH3, Feb. Canadian J. Andrews, K.C., gave im- portant evidencedn.ths Farnell dealing with the acraaed, Jolm Farn- ell, charged_Trith seditious ui- erance.'The of the meet-' ng of striking returned c-oldiers anq Seaatdf Robertson In the latler's room lu the Royal Aleiandra Hotel, on June 21. He could not remember whether th'e accused was present Several of the men .were very anxious o stop thei parade. One of these might have been accused, Sir. Andrews admitted. Questions by H. Hyman, defense More fire insurance is to be placed upon school buildings, throughout the i province. Reesnt investigations into I the matter of fire protection in the t rural school districts have brought out the fact that in practically all cases the policies provide for.payment of lire losses only where the fires have occurred during the time the schools were being operated. It a building burns down Is to say, no insurance he cording to the terms and conditions of many the. policies. regarded by'the educa- tional authorities as unsatisfactory. and steps are oeirtg taken to secure more adequate protection, which-will likely inrolTe the writing of new poli- cies at a higher premium rate. The mailer is being taken'up Vith the muieut insurance branch, and the local school hoards will in due course be notified as- (6 further action de- iired by the department. HONORS FOR PERRY OTTAWA, Feb. A. D. Perry, C.M.O., of the Hoyal Can- adian Military Police, is gazetted hpn- counsel, regarding his Impressions of parades and meetings of the strikers. orary aide-de-camp to the neneral." A PrencK comic srflst's conception of wliat happens'when" a hian illea In Paris.''.The crowd is till the funeral is over BO as to make :i lild for his vacant room. pi TTpper picture shows Ontario storfi at Sokiiera' Colony. Lower view shows colony school on toe day, withvscholars and MHw Wrfgni, principal, In foreground. NEW GERMAN METAL PLANE MAKES NEW HEIGHT RECORD WITH 8 PASSENGERS. photojrf-ph the pilot's'seat nnd eafitn of the Junker airplane, which tlio Garmars claim crcatcrl height record for beating pasaeiiK'rp. It atlalned an altitude of niclcva passongcre, Mr. Andrews that the strike committee did not want the aliens to lake a prominent part. The strike committee was very glad to avail themselves of the aliens In the city, hut wanted them in the background OH account of support received from returned soldiers. Not Reipontible for John Karnell was not responsible for conditions in the city at the time ho made his alleged seditious speech tho Market Square on June 20. Tha conditions of tho.clly would, however, have to bo taken into acc.oitnt. when considering ttio utterances, according to. Mr. justice Prendergast a( the trial of Farnell, charged with sedi- tious uHerances, this morning. His lordship stated he would charge til a jury to that effect. The fact thai the accused knew of conditions at the time of the- Market Square meet ing would lent! meanlng'to his'utter anccs, the judge stated, adding that the words uttered might havo been similar to dropping a match on .to highly Inflammable material.. Wcrkcrs Would Battle WINNIPEG, Feb. Canadian ci-pbliceman and a representative 'on the strike com- mittee, was tho first witness called by the crown today in tho trial of the seven accused strike leaders. A. J. Andrews. K.C., crown counsel, conducted Iho examination. In reply to questions wilnoss staled that tho accused, John Queen, A, A. Heaps, George Armstrong and H. J. Johns, had sat as donates to the trades and labor council, oml that any "co-oper- ative legislation" proposed In tho coun- cil waa slrcr.unusly opposed by Ihem. Witness snirl Johns had slated in Iho council lhat his parly was out wllh tlio idea nnd would control Iho trades ami labor council. He had said 4hnt "soon tho workers-.of Winnipeg would be righting.on tiie streets of Winnipeg with gima n.nd that ho know It was tho witness. The-examination dealt iri detail wllh the formation ofllje.ftpllco union, witli negotiations board of ad- justment anil the police -commission, and with a -review o! conditions in In- iliislricn ami public lililjlles of'Win- nlpog durini; Ihe -f TIMES' LONDON, air minis- try 1'f tho arrival at Mongaila, Southern Egyptian Sou dan, o( Ihe Timos airplane, completing the fllglil (rom Cnlro 10 Capetown, (1) Fnm Military School to Domestic in Bread wrf Confectientrf, ;