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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta S.ViVHUAY, FEBIYOAltt 28, 1920 T11R JJiTHBniDGE PAGE THIRTEEN NO WITNESSES WIL BE CALLED Announcement Miicle By Court' sel IV Strike Trial Next Week WINNIPEG. Feb. Canadian trial of the strike leaders which has been going on for Ihe last 38 days, tuay be brought to ail enJ next week, according fo an an- nouncement by the Defense today, vrho slated that they would not call any witnesses. Tlio crown counsel an- nounced that tiieir list witness would Ito called this afternoon and that there only remain some documents to be read as evidence. Mead of the lloyal Cana- dian Mounted Police, occupied the stand practically all morning describ- ing in detail the movement of his troops during the riot of June 21. He told of the mob throwing rocis and missiles at lie police when thoy had attempted to clear the, street. The witness said that after an attempt had proved fruitless to move toe crowd, the order had been given to draw pistols and fire in Ihe air. Raid Inspector Mead, bad no effecl and the men were ordered to "use their own judgment." In tho melee following, which has already bean de- scribed many times in court. Inspector Mead sustained Injuries wheu his icrse weut down, which compelled lira to stay in tho hospital tor tea days. Durtos crojs-examlrisijoil' R. Bounur. K.C.. defense counsel, ask- ed the vitness If any of 'the troopa that had taken part In quelling the riot had given, avldence before, the present trial, but tbe question dlaalloived by Justice 'Metcalte, When asked by Mr. Boiinur It the police when they flreii'lnto crowd had to kill. Inspector Mead replied, "No, we lint to move the crowd off. You coald not aim at such a time as thtt, Mr. Bonne r." When court opened strong Jions to tbe admission of depleting .scenes of the riota of June1 10 were nude by counsel for ihe de- fense ou tho ground thai only -.por- tions of the crowds were shown.. >Ir. Justice Metcalle, however, ruled that they could go ia subject to objection. EXCESS OF (JIlnlTY" STIRS CLERGY BRAZIL TO PROTEST. RIO JANERIO, Feb. ctergy campaign throughout Brttil pre- vailing modes In feminine attire. The of de- ctarM l> evident oxcets of nudity in diy feminine, menu." C.P1 PLANS! EXCHANGE BOTHERS FREIGHT; PAYMENTS OTTAWA, Feb. meeting which was planned to take place be- tween members of the Dominion rail- way commission and representatives of Canadian railways wilt regard to the proposed regulation of tho rail- ways whereby they will collect for freight between Canada and tho Unit- ed States in the latter country, was postponed until Holiday. Protest igniuEt the regulation Is being made on account of the exchange situation. Site Js'. Work .v'-'.' Start 'in Early win WATCH f SSomacrt-Kjdneys-Heart-Liver Keep the" vital trgins healthy by regularly tahing the world's standard remedy'for kidney, liver, bladder end uric acid COLDMEDAL v (Soectal to 'The Utrtlil) Feb. The town Is ail agds with eicilement over the prospeut of tha erection of the depot by the C. P. R., to take tho place of the present one. For the purpose ot looking over the site for the new bulldlnff, a visit was made on Tliureilay by Superintendent .Colin MacKintbah, of tjie C. P. n., Leth- bridge, who was accompanied fcy Mr. Miles, the divisions! engineer with headquarters In LethurUKO. With them was Mr. D. E. Harris of Leth- VANCOUVER BUILDING PROGRAM VANCOUVER, B. cording to' OIty: "BulWing Inspector Bird! the aggregate .value of building projects for this Vity during 1921) will amount to BLUE RIBBON TEA The best tea packed in Canada, can be bought for 75c per pound Why pay more Vhe National of Holland tor centuries and endorsed by Queen WiUulioIiiii. draggistti, boi. Usk for GoU Iwt nmi accept DO italUEioil The party was welcomed by Mr. J. Y. Card, representing the municipality of Cardston. President W. H. Steed, of the Board of Trade and President B. J. Wood, representing the citizens. Ttie site ot tbe new depot will be on Second North Street lust south o! the present one'. It will be a two-storey building. -Work will start as soon as the frost is out of the ground. eljjn countries, tor protection against the atrocities of the Rumanians." Endangers Peace "This communication speaks for it- self. Tho work of Is In' ious danger. We our best to bring our par! J! w a conclus- ion on terms which, taking into account to. tbe'largeat extent the right of victory and Uie claimj founded pn It, would still possible for our country to live. latter standpoint not having received due consideration in the pre- liminary conference in which-we had no part and which, one. side- had its own way, we have to represent it-to our best ability. In doing so wo have no desire to place obstacles in tbe way oi a just and lasting peace -which we are as anxious- to reach fls anyone can be. -We have, however, to reckon with the a nation driv; en to despair and of a national as- sembly conscious that it is.b'ut a yet having to assume reappnsibllity for ;i'treaty that concerns "the wliolo I country.' including' its. unrepresented [parts. There is no knowing'wl assembly will decide, but one thing is clear that a situation -like this can bear no additional burdens. Still it-is burdened to the breaking ujp the uuceas-ins atrocities in tbe RTou'inanlarj occupation of an areu comprising hear; lyhalt of Hungary." In Rash Ail Oyer.Bodv, Burned Could flot Rest. had eczema all over bit bbdy. It Hlsa a and was cud ilching. Eha A get rib ftct, tnd would to vrct hzi clewing to tf.t; it She was cross, end and the breaking out Boa had th; aiaut five rr.snlbo whrn and Ointmsnl. V.rc could cis rhe getting TeNiF, and we just uc: one: cs.Vc of CwiriTi Soap and or.c fc3X of Cuiicarn, Ointment when sha v.'as healed." Miaa Jessie Sunny Nova Scotia, IS, 1919. You on Cullcuni Soxp Otntmtrt to care for your skin. 'Gra-a OinUnenl 25 Soli CznidiinD-pot Generals and Admirals Issue a Declaration As To Their Willingness BERLIN', Feb. number of prominent generals and admirals, ac- cused tby the allies of war crimns yes terday issued a declaration which, while reiterating their refusal to ap- pear before a foreign court, expres SRS.tho wllUncnasit of 'the men to go on trial before a'German jiulgo In whose fairneas thoy declare their con- fidence. The signers of the declara- tion are General Ijiirtendorff, former irat quartermaster-general. Admiral TirpMz, former minister of "tho navy; General von Fnlkeiihayn, for irier chief of staff; Field Marshal von German law. "We will only submit to a trial eon rtucted In accordance with those prin clplcs, hut now that we know what Die enemy accuses 11 s of, wa expected tint our trial will be carried out fur preservation of German j document continues. "We de- clare that we are prepared to assume fuil responsibility for all commnncls issued to our The poor little fingers blis- tered and hurt terribly. Mother was big 'sister ran for the f K HtAtWVCIHtM Inenmolamm They bandaged the IianJ, wilhpIentyofMcnthoIalum. Pain soon stopped and the broken blisters were gently healed in a few days, The little hand wot well Mentholatum is good for many "little suck ai cuts, nervous 'headache, tired feel, etc. Is sold evarjwb're In 2Sc. TW Mcil "TTie Link NuMfsr Utlle lib" Suitable for All Coughs .That is as- ether .8 o n why you should a i w a j keep b e r 1 a ID'S C o u f h Remedy in your home. ,It b good tor y member of. "the family, and Vhllo It is splen- did for the "cough of a grown man It will not harm the 'most dell- calo child. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy la 'made from', drugs wlilcb work easily 'and soothingly, >vUhout" harming-ths delicata tissues of the 'ttitoat. A new company has been-formed cent, pure, obtained by a procgsv iu- rhich proposes ia a chain .of plants j vented by a .Canadian chemical engi- bcrosB Canada, to use oxy-gfn 100 perl.-aecr, A. J. MacdougalL A SwedEah t-MI edit Lou has started for Kamchatka with the object oE mak- ing scientllic researches. PRhVCK A'LIiBRTX Feb. The- last of .the .I'flnW vjns ended this morning, when Alex Shtyk, ornxor Elpyntor argent of.ihe.. Pro- jr'essive Fanners' (Jrain .Company all "Wakawa, .pleaded guilty and was' sentonceil to 23 months' in jail. X ?K. Slityk's counsel, made an elo1'. !ii[ aunua! 'oq -behalf, of his and Shtyfc ;received: a comparatively: J .ight sentence from Judge Mackay.' Out of .prosecutions by thej crown, eight-convictions were sec ed and six acquittals. Qnly'pne of the! I accused, the leader. received penitentiary .sentence, years' imprisonment with hard labor being meted out to- him. The other men' convicted were gh'en -jail terms. Worobetz will u'e transferred to the Prince Albert penitentiary! to nerve his term, the others remaining at' the provincial jail. CANADIAN GENERAL MANAGER INTERNATIONAL BIB LE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION WALTER F. SALTER WILL BE AT THE INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION HALL In the Dominion Block, 402 Sixth Si, S. MONDAY, MARCH 1st, AT 8 P. M. SUBJECT: THE'WORLD HAS ENDED-MILLIONS NOW LIVING WILL NEVER DIE Note the comforting words of the Master: "All that are b their graves shall Hear the voice of the Son of Man and come SE ATS FREE NO COLLECTION aring in MOUNTED POLICE SQUAD 4 LEAVING FOR OTTAWA OTTAWA, fob. 2S.--A squadron of the nnynl Canadian Mounted Police ut present stationed at Kegina, will he transferred to Ottawa in a (ftw days and will remain here permanent- ly. The force men under nspeclor Cadiz. Ottawa will not only be tbe headquarters for the squad- but will serve as n. recruiting and training center. BOMB OUTRAGE AVERTED SAHAGOSSA, Spain, Kcli, police have closed tho headquarters of the -workmen's union following the discovery ol a bomu in a btp cafe here. They conic in the scaled carton from Calif ornl a to you with- .out touch of human Complain to Supreme Council Of Action of Military Authorities ASSASSINATION ATTEMPT. ON SERB PRINCE DENIED PAKIS, l''eb. a strong note to tbe supreme allied council In' Lon- don tbe Hungarian peace delogatfon complains of the action ot the Ruman- ian military authorities In vantn. The note says In part: "Wo have Just received from our government a telegram which transmit the following: 'At Maros-Vasarhely, Roumanians have arrested Andrew Urgon and a man named Paterban.for having given pecuniary aid nnrl support to public officials dismissed from office by Ru- manians becauso they would not take the oath of says the rote. "Tha pretext given for the arrests Is that a military conspiracy wag con- lemplatod. Tho persecution of Mag- yars has nsHumcd Incredible dimens- ions. Two more (loath sentences bavu been pronounced ,at Kqlpzsrar on two Hungarian reserve officers. EnonnoiiK resentment prevails among the SzeK- lers, and it Is feared they wiil act against Rumania ton their own re- sponsibility. An' entente mission should bfi Bent without fall to Transyl- vania, since, as a result of Urillsb In- tervention there, the Rumanians are preparing to treat brutally the church dignitaries, as well as all other dis- lingulshcrt persons rvhpm Ihcy Imag- ine or know to have applied to Tor- NEW YORK, Fob. from Trieste that an .ittempt had been made to assassinate Prince flcgenl Alexander of Serbia and Premier I'm- titch, were denied In an official dis- patch from Uelgradc received hero today. CUSTOMS RECEIPTS HIGHER OTTAWA, fob. increase of in the customs receipts for the eleven months of the fiscal year ending today, Is shown the slntemont Issued today from the cus- toms department. Customs receipts for the eleven months of llio proacnt fiscal year totalled while last year they were For tho month of February alone the tn- crease'was Prevent Influenza-Mntern- al Bathing the Best Method U.-8. CONFECTIONERY EXPORTS INCREAOE WAStllXUTON, Fob. of confectionery from the- United Slates during 1919, amounted to atratnst In 1918, statistics issued by the department ol commerce show. Great Britain; look per cent, of this total. EGGS FOR NEW YORK I'BTAMJ'MA, Calif., Feb. 2S--.A. alilp- nienl of