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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT IVUT.Y' HF.RAI.IJ N POLICE CELLS Pcculiar Ciipture Arising uut of Theft from Lutvdbreck Postoffice 11 MBS Ihe fate ot John Urevcnek Id Involuntarily place himseif in the toils of the police, all through trust- ins to the sympathetic naturo of Sergeant of tha A.P.P. in Ilia at Burihis ha asked for bis. kind offices lo help bira over tho road to get to Cole- man. As- it hapyeued the police of- ticer was out on the. still hunt for a man answering lo tho dcsc-riuiion Qt Dreveaek, wbo was alleged to havo notified brpkeu into and robbed tbo posi of Michel lo look out for him. He found flee at I'Undbreck. As Ihe result of'at ibe-siatlon that the man had not postmaster at Lundbreck, informlni bin that during bis abstacd, about 11 p.m. to meet tho easlbound train with the mall Ills premises had been broken into ami tho sum of stolen.VThe raonej-, accc-rdlng to tho description Eiven, consisted ot bills and silver and two a cent piece of 1920 mintage and another old cent piece. On enquiries made by tha serg- eant ho found that John Lad flayed at the Windsor Hotel, l.undbreck registered under the name of John Schullz, on the night of Feb- ruary 12th, leaving on the following morning on the- westbound train, lie obtained a description of him and the rwllce at Fernle and John was Hving there with his stepfather Paul Schultz. Accoitcd by Accused searching the neighborhood, Sergeant Castvell was accosted by Drevenek who asked him for a rido to Coleman. The Serjeant Inquired 1 his name, and replied that it was John Schulti, and thereupon ha con- veyed him' to the police station at Coleman. In reply to QuesJIona tho man etated that he was In Lundbreck on the night o! February 1Mb, wing there to buy some medlclae lor his stepfather. On being searched thsro was found in hia possession in bU pockets, and J60 in bills concealed in the lining of his csp. cash were located the some .questioning, the sergeant lield fast (o hie quarry who had delivered lihnseif into bis hands in a inanuer least 'expected. Located at BurmTs At ten in the morning .of February Caswell received.a phono message from Jfr. JlcXelll, bought a ticket, and proceeded lo Hill- crest and Bcllevue In search ot him. He made enquiries at Burmls us to what passengers had alighted there, as he was aware that there was a family of Ihe name of Schultz liv- ing on a farm five miles south of the town and that a young man, by name That boy of yours has great possibili- ties. The chief factor in his success is good health. The chief factor in good health is cleanliness inside. Keep his mind keen and his physical force ever increasing through the proper elimination of waste matter and intestinal poisons from his system. By an entirely new principle Nujol will keep the poieonous waste moving out of the body. Every other form ol treatment cither irritates or forces the ayttan. Nujol works on the waste matter instead of on the system. Nujol prevents, constipation by keep- ing the food wastt toft, thus helping Nature establish bowel evacuation at regular healthiest habit in the world. It is absolutely harmless and pleasant to it. Nujolji br druajptti in Maled boctles obrybearing NUjbLtrade-mart. Write Nujol Standard OilCo. (New .SOBrotdwiy, N. Bockfct, Feet of A Kur Method Tntting an OJd Complaint In the loose two copper coins aniwering to those stolen. Ac- cused admitted breaking Into Ihs post office, saying that he had taken cash bo% to a spot near the old tipple west of Lundbreck. -n'hega he bad broken It open and extracted the sum of {T0.52. The rest ho had covered over with paper and left If- the cash box. A search for tbo same was made by tbo sergeant, but eo fsr without re- sult. He further admitted that ho bad travelled on the westbound getting his ticket from tho conductor on tho train. Drevenek was committed for trial by 'Magistrate Hurrell at !.undbreck. on the Hth, and was conveyed to the provincial jail at IrtihbrMge to await the same. (Continued from Front Pago) Uojrd tho newspaper teas on, "have wrought more liarni than tho vindictivenoss of Premier C1 menceau or tho boundless egotism o! tie American president. The drama tic reappearance of President Wilson may te a mere gesture, but It may be much more, for America can enforce Iti will and can, even at this" late hour, insist that justice te done. Docs the president mean business? It he does, there is stlli a, chance for him to retrieve some ot hi! reputation give Europo a tolerable peace." Deep aniielv lest tho 'allies, send President Wilson a reply containing further cause for dissension is express ed oy the Times, "because in the ac tual mood they arc now in, the Amer can people might believe little tiling sufficient lo malic tbcm with draw tbcir countenance'' from Hi Administrator of Act Tables His Wrote 74 "Pers" in One Day Feb. SU hundred and, convictions were obtained during 1919 for infraction of the Mani- toba Temperance Act, according to the report of J. N. MacLean, administrator against four veterinary surgeons, US' against 27 doctors, eight charges ag- ainst doctors dismissed aad one con- rlcllon quashed by tbo court of appeal. Durtug the six montha eadlng Sep- ember 1, 31.903 gallons of Ituous liquors were cold on prescrlp- llons. i The- report states that doctor against whom an action -was brought, which was dlimlised, vat jiomn to have prescribed for a patient who not sick. Evidence was submitted to show lhat he wrote H jrescripttoni In one day. The doctor admitted writ- ing more than 60, but claimed that all of tliem needed the liquor aad vas accordingly dlsmteied. "Mi. McLean points out.that at the present time act does not make it an offense lo re-tell prescriptions. He recommends that In cues where convictions have teen, obtained under tha act, a jalt sentence should be im of the act. In there -KSro 35 convictions. The fines amounted to as compared -with ?57.S5S In ISIS. Tha report shows that two persons were sentenced to Imprisonment, wllh out flue, seveu convictions reported posed without option of a fine. During tit influenza epidemic de- mand for cut flowers in New Tort has increased so that carnations formerly sold for 10 cents bring aad JC n dozen.' each HE HAD HIS NERVE VANCOUVER, a.C., F.k. "t want a prescription wmi factors art' all run. out >nd 1 UM to and (ft This was which thlrity uul of WM duty at otfk.r'i rt- ply It not on COUNT INTKRIITEC BUDAPEST, iu (be Uolled -will lign trttty ot peaco with Hungary ii ihown by Count Suchenyl, httabud ot toimer Miss Qladja of New York. If the United not sign, the counten' fortum, .which Ii nov In Ihe United States, cannot N> held for allied reparations. 7be count denied "as.tnfamous" re- porls Ibat he wai seeking a divorce. Fire riesfroyed half the buildings at the Phlripplne Ciralral Bipositicm. causing Many eiSlblts are Irrepiacable. D. F. MacWATT Senior judge of Lambton Coiiuiy, OnL, -who died from pneumonia fol- lowing influenza at him Sar- nla recently. Ho was n prominent Mason, a for- mer, grand master. Before going on the bench he practised law at Barrie. JAP TROOPS CONTINUE TO LAND IN VLADIVOSTOK VLADIVOSTOK, Feb. partita; here are antagonized' by the continued arrival of Japanese but M. Matiudalra, the Japanese member of the internat- ional mlMlon, has auured' M. Msdvedlefl, head of the revolution- ary government In thlt city, that the Japanese will support any government freely elected by TIP WAS NO GOOD NEW YORK, Feb. poisoned liquor was found by customs officials who followed a "tip" and searched the United Fruit steamer San for such liquids said to have teen stowed away as a trap to catch rev- enue agents by Havana smugglers, peace settlement and turn their backs Instead, the Insoectors found many for a season upon the'affairs ot the! bottles "honest" liquor, Including THE COST To your Estate is no greater by appointing a Trust Company as EXECUTOR thaa an individual but you are assured at all times of the benefitof our experience Correspond or call on us for further information. The British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1W3 316 FIFTH ST. 5., LETHBRIDQE upon old world." Won't Withdraw Treaty 'WASHINGTON, BmphatiC denial that' President Wilson' hai threatened to withdraw Iho treaty of Versailles, and the American-French treaty from' the senate if the Adriatic question was settled without consult- ing the .United Slates, was made to- day at the White House. Stand By Compromise ROME, Feb. At a mcelins ot the council ot ministers .yesterday read. President Wilson's note lo the supreme al.lied cc'iincil the Adriatic que's- sion'bf France and stand by the; com prom ise agreement se'nt'to July 20, notwithstanding Mr. Wilson's' objections. The council also considered a message from Prem- ier Nittl, now in London, regarding tho possibility of his going to Bel- grade in the hope of reaching an un- derstanding with the Juso-Slav got- efnment and also to lay the basis for a commercial between Italy and Jugd'-Slayin, Before definitely deciding on his journey, Premier Nitti desired full agreement by tlie entire cabinet, but it is understood his proposed trip Is a mere possibility, its realization de- pending upon the trend o! interna- tional relations This, according (o the Giornale d'Halla, may he Influenced. the last from President Wilson, "which has again encouraged the greedy and dlsproportioaed claims of the Jugo Slavs." some camouflaged as hair tonic. The Road to Independence man with a snug built account, fortified against the "glings and arrows of outrageous It is tha dutv of every man tt> lay the inevitable rainy day. Open a Savings Account and take your first step along toad to Independence. THCmeRCHANTSBANK Office: OF CANADA. Eslablish.iJ 18W, IXTHBRIDGE BRANCH, Sufc Af MILT it open and Fi R. J. DINNING, Manajet A Good Investment money you save earns interest when deposited in our Savings Department, and both principal and interest are safe and can be obtain- ed whenever required. Open account to-day. an THE CANADIAN BANK- OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBRIDGK BRANCH, R. T. Bryrn.ier, Manner. Why pay high prices for tea when BLUE RIBBON, the best tea in this or any other country, can be bought at 75c per pound First Anniversary of the Death of the Great Liberal Statesman OTTAWA, Feb. Canadian anniversary of the death o( Sir Wilfrid Laurler was duly observed this morning by Lady Laurier, the Immediate relatives and clow personal and political friends of the departed statesman, attending an anniversary requiem mass chanted in the Sacred Heart Church for the re- poser ol the soul of the great Liberal chieftain. His grace, Archbishop C. H. Gau thter, officiated at Iho solemn requiem moss, assisted by Canons Onmpcai! and Plantln, as deacon and sub-deac- on 01 honor, and Mgr. Koulhler, vicar- genera) ot the lilocene. Tho immediate relatives of tlio laic Sir Wilfrid Laurler who attended the mass wcrf> Ixsdy Laurier, M. Laurler of Montreal, Carolus of Mont- real, Jlobcrt Ijuirler, of Ottawa, and M. Denn Brodeur, of Montreal. Others present Included Hon. W. I Mackenzie King, Hon. Sidney Fisher, Hon. Senator Bolacourt, Justice I.. P. Brodeur, Sir Jonciih and 1'ope, E. D. Devlin, M.P., Joseph Archfrtii baull, M.P, Hon. Cyrillo Dolago ol Quebec, H. A. Forller, Jt.P., Alderman Albert I'lnard, M.L.A., Dr. J. Kronlcnae, M.P. OPPOSE COAL RAISE WASHINGTON, Feb. tativcs of public ulillltcfl met here today to oppose before tho bituminous coal commission any In- crease in tha prlco of coal because o( the wage Increase given the mlnon which they eald would liavo lo be pass- ci on to the public. Associations of gas anil electric light companies were represented at bearing F the Ford Mptgr Gompiny of Canada, Limited, is able to build up to the limit of its capacity, only Cars will be built for use in Canada between January the first and July the thirty-first of this year. Divided among the total population of Canada this means one car to every -three hundred and people. It is easy to see that many people will be unable to get their Ford Cars at all, and many will have to wait for summer or fall delivery. As Ford Dealers in this territory, we desire to deliver a car to every person in this district who wants one, but we cannot get the cars unless we send in the orders now. If you will need a car later on, don't wait till spring before ordering: Put yourself at the top of the delivery list by signing an order today. FORD GARAGE, Dealers Lethbridge A. P. VEALE, Dealer Warner KING Green, Dealers Raymond TABERMOTOR CO., Dealers Taber 62 ;