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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THimSDAY, FKMIU'AHY 28. 1 least ot* the Charger, that could be brought in. Sentence was reserved until Friday inorn-ing at ten o'clock. If there was uny shooting done In tli*) Barons pool room where the assault took place, no one could produce tho revolver with which it was done. Witnesses Lyon and Iverson both declared they had heard revolver fire and Lyon Raid he had neon tho flame. A bullet was dug out ot the wall nearby and entered as one of the exhibit*, but the revolver itself was misfilng. The examining doctor could not swear that the wound on the back of Irian oka' head had been made by a revolver bullet. It might have been made by some other instrument with which Beards struck his assailant of three howra previous. The lack of any, A Nl!W York realty firiu has to pay \ whoi,, v-ini'in (j;;; definl e evidence of shooting. avuh ur- $ri,(M)U for tll0 (ll5alh of :L young W011ian ; w'hi � " 11 11 '� iher clouded by reaHoii oi tliefuc that who .outraged typhoid fever Imin i J , ; ,f lhP., s.ldie, The ui'ovincia! board of f-xamlna-Lioiis for Alberta recently :�ppulute.l liy the if-iviil Sanitary Instituieat l.on-| don held it.--, second nueMne; on Mon-j t!:iy, Kdhruary 1 Kth. in Kdinnnfon. : Those pn-scii t were: |{.. }J. Owens. A SoiHii UakotH .Monnouilo flour ' I.'..A., )'.K., pruvincul ss-nitary cngiii-mlll Iiuh been eloaed following ihe dirt- . oor. T, ,). \\>rnum, M.D., provincial covory of ground glass by �a H'Krmer j linalth oil'ic.-r; II II. Jamison, U.tJ.. in h Hack of feed ground for'him. : provlm-hU iMctcrioIogiht; T. II. While- law, II.A.., health 'iii'l'-'T for ciiy Ku-mer.-i in New York Slate arc I KUimmton: ('. s. - A!.-i hood. M.H., federating with the idea of opposhi^ ! benlth olficer inr iiiv rf. Culgary; .1. ! both exiting putties at the polls and I R Allan, A.K.A.A., -i an! proviu-' eroating a new one of their own. Hal architect ; .1. c. Miiirr, f>b. It, pro- . vinclal director of ici-huicnl education. By the elimination of jobbers' com-1 Or. Talbot was nibble- to be present FOR VERSAILLES {To'ronto Tclcgj-iim) The appointment .if !' coal from 15c to ;U)c after April 1. french SUCCESSES owing to a previous en^ngomcut. The first business 10 engage ;hc- I prisoners, at'Venlion of tin- bonnl at tU's meeting i siatement. was lo make all arriingeinenirt neces-K. Miller, a. pioneer miner, is sary for Llic first ruin�.�lion to be. at Dawson City at the >agp of IibIiI ih the province bv tbtj InHtituuj. Ho was a native -of Ontario. Ho Four of the partiallv disabled soldiers leaves a daughter living at Calgary. j who have been receiving vocutloual training at tho Institute of Technology and Art, tVMgary, with a view to o,ua)I- K. dead Paris, Feb. -S. I' "iu h patrols operating the region cf Ifeaonionl. Verdun' front, and in Ooimiiic brought hack says today"* war office! The ;. !-l ilicrv was some-. whal lively north :' Mil! ;M4 on the right hank of tb�- .\leuse. The night, was calm on the mm ot" 1 be from. 1 * i The Pathe Sapphire versus Declaring tho county jail to be un- fit for habitation, a Seattle judge \ tying U)\\. a certificate of competency ordered .n thief to be confined in the : as assistant sanitary iij.^.pector^ ar'.: i candidates. The posse.-.sion of certi-unys. | i'icates irom Ihn Koval Sanit^rv In- 1 stiluto v, ill ;-;ivc Hit; men si andlng any- AM ERIC AN GETS LCGION OF HONOR The Old Scratchy Needle county commissioner's office for the CroWn did not have present its! flUr witness..McDonald, who is now in the Canadian army. The jury first brought, in a verdict of common assault with intent to do bodily harm, but they were sent back to clear up the intent of the verdict and ended by reducing it to the minimum. Rax vs. Maaon Tho case of Hex vs. J. K. Alasoii was poor water in a building owned byiln fnmnry. Ully other soldier or civil them. Hon. llu^ii tiuthrie, b military hosier -the exanviny-I piia] 0f Grand Papa^ in the Champs Elysccs. Presentaiwas made yesterday by Preside?, 1 Pi on care. In August, J!t09, Dr. Moi-x-b received the Hoyal Medal of tin- itaiian ininisirv of file e.\aniinal.ioiis will be held a! tbe-j ImWi(. imtructioa in.- his work in nslitij.'.e of Technology and Art. Cal-1 onhlhalinoloxrv. HO to-day wants talking machine Ian who can meet t t.ho reijulreinentsi may write on the exaininatl:ni. 1 (Verm an propaganda books were found among a consignment to the , soldiers' library at 1 imp Ppton, L.I. j he entered action and got two months w�ges. ' The ease went on again this morning. C. F. P. Conybeare i� prosecuting while C. F .lamieson is de-fending. U. S. Senator Watson believes ilia; j Pies and pastries served in eating , the railroads In future will be us-1 place;* across the line must contain tioualized, but under private owner-1 a third of wheat substitute, and wu-f- ship, eliminating the competitive fles and griddle cakes only one systom. �� tor of wboat. __ 1 _t j r ! Glen Osier. K.C.. has resigned the Boston police are, aiding the Brit-! position of Ontario registrar under the ish and Canadian recruiting mlssiun j Military Service act, and the assistant! in rounding up HritlsHera who havo I registrar. C. Leslie Wilson, has been ' evaded the I\east one t/ious* A and times without impairment to the unexcelled beauty of tone *� #1 1 -I - 11 * - appointed to succeed 'him. STUDENTS FOR THE FARMS their nationality. The following are the regulations regarding ufcudenta employed on farms: Il�rf�%V\n�^Jeg ",!�^iwa,- co��nti0),h lu,vo Unwn. the Ih- IT. G. Piekard, Russian represents- Robert \';m Courtland, li.'i years tivo of Mjsaey-Harrhj Co.. .says Slav I old, and worth -$7,000,001*. calmly cm peasants and workmen have reverted ! his throat with a razor at his Mount to vodka and that Poles have armed to resist (he Germans. Fatalities in U.S. coal mines last year increased to 2,(195, owing:, it is ular attendance until Mureli 'list, 1918,! . at any school conducted in �accord-.! 3' anee with Ihe^sehool 1. -v. S'AV  1 I h n h >4rb X#3 m l "* 1 H SAW "W1 to ****** A 8? 1 s i i_ k\*~ + + I � 4 1 - W1 *5 1\W s5 m * F h *-_VO. m. ***** p 1 * 1 � km �^>^ 1 * 1 �S V 4,_fr iy^A^jr^j.t' 1^4 1 4> 4 _ * * t-T.V r> f h 4 4 � 1 - * +: h_ - 5s> 1- - �+ � * Ft f � rl * * * . MP * h 3% l l i _ Ft hi If *' h � F> *-*-*v�-^ A Pay Adjustment Ofjioer is to bo attached to each district pay office to telp returned soldiers amd their dependents to obtain prompt adjustment f difficulties relating to pay or al-w-au cea. / ' r e of my young Percheron and Belgian Stallions now at Rogers' Sale Barns, Lethbridge _ \ \\T E ARE OFFERING our good young stallions and registered mares at greatly reduced prices for a short time this winter before the opening of our regular spring * * selling season, when every one joins the rush to buy stallions and mares. Cj] We are handling only the best. On account of the large quantities of horses I am handling, I can sell you a good animal on a very close margin, My guarantee gives perfect protection to my customers. Will you let us show you the finest selection of Registered Percheron and Belgian Stallions and Mares ever offered for sale in Canada. Will you buy early and take advantage of the special sale prices I am now offering. j<] Write us if you want a Club formed in your community to buy a top notch stallion. NEXT IMPORTATION FEBRUARY 1918 Write or Phone Phone 530 Lethbridge. Alberta Barn on Third Street CD 883?4??86958 ;