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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TO LOCAL MBWI WHERE YOU BXtaCT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD m matAun PAGE or tnrc LOCAL NEWS MOMMY. KKUIU-'ARY liH, 1921 ALIiKHTA. Si-AUN Dead Policeman's Depositions Disallowed and Eagleson Free O- OFFER TO SUPPLY BAND CONCERTS Court Kinds Serious Uiscrep-j uncy in Evidence Offered And Case Dismissed The (.'Iwrso ugai.utt Robert Eagle- Bon oE unluwfully wovtmlhig was dig- uiistjutl by Mr. Justico McCarthy at tho Supreme Court on Saturday eve- ning when the'court sat at Tho ciiso wime up iu tho afternoon, when for the Uefoncy, C. F. Harris, i raised an objection HB to the dopes.- j lions of the late Romeo Bariteau of, the K.C.M.P., given at the iirelimin-1 yry hearing1, being admitted iis evi- dence, in that they were atgnod iiy the nuLglstriite. Tho "court held tliat this objection would not carry in that it had beeu 80 ruled in prev- ious CHSOS which have come up. Hi a J-iordship, however, after looking at tho lirst page of tho depositions in the whole cuse, discovered that there was no proper caption, stilting tho as to what the depositions 1................................. referred to, the ualiiru oE the charge, Was Balmy DSV Ami names of counsel etc. Argument, ac- Spring Toggery Was in Evi- dence C< GENERAL MANAGER MURPHY COMING liouerui Mtiunffor C. Murphy, of tho C.I'.H.. Winnipeg, with J. M. Cameron, general super- intendent of Alberta, will spend Tueiulay In I.othbridgo. They uri'ivo tonight from Cul- Kary- A mide to city council by C. Bereiford to tupply a bind of !5 mtn, Including band- itrlnj, wood, wind, ahd brisi. ta concert each Sunday of an htur a duration, to take place either In Gilt or at Hen- denon Park at the direction the council, for the turn of waa tabled by the council at the regular meeting held on Monday. I mmwm Nick Talles Being Held By the Victim of Assault in Hospital t-ordlngly, arose, with the judge that the .want of the proper caption j to tlie depositions made them inad-; inissablo. He, however.- adjourned j the case until 7.30. with the state-' ment that the question could be taken to the court of appeal to the matter of the omission of the caption, iii its relation lo the admission of the depositions of the deceased cou- Mablo, being decided on, and tile trial hold after the decision was given. Case Reopened When tlie court assembled on Sak- nrday evening, his Lordship was in- formed that Dr. Conybeare and Mr. Harris had come to an agreement as to tho depositions, that they should admitted as evidence, leaving it open lo tho defence to Have the rislit, if it thought (it. after the caso was decided, to have the judge state u case for appeal so that the matter of the caption could lie decided by the appel- late division. Tho caso was, accord- ingly, reopened. The defence produced evidence to that the deceased constable, who ivas stabbed on the shoulder in the early morning of November ;ird, 192fi, on the prairie, had been in.company with' Eagleson aud another constable at a- certain residence, and that altercation had taken place. Constable Ke.rr, who was iu the' guardroom of the barracks on the morning the affair took place, deposed to tho arrival of Eagleson there about t'vo in tlie morning iu-a dazed condi- tion, saying that lie llad been way- laid by two men and that his head had been split opeu. He stated that he was afraid to go home by himself. Shortly after, Bariteau, who had been out on pasg, came in and was told to Kscort Kaglesoii to his home. About iiuarter of ah hour later the constable A fight, iu which a erutdi figured and was broken to pieces, being used as a weapon by one of the parties, took place Monday morning about nine o'clock in tho premises of the National Dyeing Works on Sixth Street, with Jack Chamberlain, one of proprietors, having to ba taken to the hospital a very badly beaten up I condition. It appears as alleged, that Kasler has come and gone. the assault was committed by an Not according to the calendar, but rtanan nBmed Nick Talles, in an alter- leeting in Board of Trade Rooms to Reorganize Fair Board On night the first real step toward giving Lethbridge i fair this year win be taken. A meeting has been called for the board of trade offices on that night whtn it planned, to get down to business on organization matters. This morning an appeal wafi made for all the of tho old board to be on hand. It will be necessary to have a quorum of these men before business can start, The Herald was told. I Lethbridge's dates are July 20-22. PRESENTATION TO CHIEF HARDY Chief William Hardy, of tin: T.ethbridgc fire department, was, on Saturday nleht. the recipient of a dozen aud silvtT .spuonn, hearing the of the R. f. M. P. Tho spoons wore tliu gift of tho members of tho II. 0. M. P. first aid toam. which won tho Shaugh- nossy Shield. They wore able to do this throush the able in- struction of Chief Hardy. No Cut in Coal Price By Mines Here Until Miners' Wages Drop BANK CLEARINGS it has done this remarkable thing ac- cording to the weather. Sunday morn- ing was the best day this year and the women and children took advantage of it. Bright colors and new liata were out in full force on Sunday. Hender- son Park attracted a lot of people. The roads and were dry aud large crowds took advantage-of the splendid weather to get out of doors. F. CAITLE EMBARGO an; This is Lord Beaverbrook's An- swer to in Heated Over Issue cation which took place between him. Chamberlain, and Prank Rossa, one of Hiie partners of the firm. Chamber- lain is a lame man who uses crutches, and it is said that Talles took one of the crutches and teat him over the head and It is further said that he then went out and came back, j and seizing a hoe used for scraping j snow off the sidewalk, started to as- sault Uossa. The parties were taken to tiie city police station, where a charge of assault was Inirt ngtiinst who was remanded until 7th to allow of the recovery ot! Chamberlain. ii -ii i-. i Kotarv r.onlV.rfMK'.nR, Imrh Appellate court Reverses om.pU-dThs atteu mer Judgment on Suit the Rotary Club at For MlllhoU86 its luncheon at .Monday noon. MTK. I MiMhouse and Mi: (.loin-go Fleming j gave a number of vocal selections, a, sion in tlie appeal of the case companied by Mrs. George Fleming. Craig went into details concem- Dec: of John Wouir vs. .1. K. Tanner hits been handed down; witli the judg- ment of Mr. Justice Ives reversed. The case came up .in November in Arthur. He told of provisions made the city, and was one over a matter for entertaining both the raqu and the of ?13SO. which arose over the drs- thy program at tho conference, next month in Fort William and Port Lucal Operators See No of Any Reduction Being Made There is no chance for a reduc tion in the price of coal from the mines In Southern Alberta until there is a cut in wages, said t local coal operator this morning. He was discutting the report from Drumheller tiiat a reduction was being made there. However, since the Drumheller report came out it has been de- nied on the part of aoms of the mines. A meeting was recently held at which fourteen were present and only 'one man was in favor of reducing the price of coal. The others believed noth ing could be done until wages drop. At present, same of the. operators claimed, they are no< cents a ton their c'oal. EIGHTY-EIGHT PLACED BY LABOR BUREAU, JAN. solving of the partnership between Will Try Out Co-operative Plan in SOCIALISTS CONFER- IN VIENNA; WALLOP THE PEACE TREATIES returned blooding profusely, (.hut he had been stabbed. saying Dora Frache gave evidence in re- lo a man, whom she recognized as the accu.Hod, coming to her father's LOXDGN'. Feb. As- sociated on Cana'dia VIB.VXA. Fob. that j war debts be natimiaHzcd, that conn- j tries spared from devastation during) the war assume the obligation of aid- j Ing those loss fortunate, and thai j j peace treaties'between the aTM.es and; the central powers he revised, were: adopted unanimously by the inter j national. Socialist conference iu ses- j sion here yesterday. Other renolu-; At last Hie laborites of Lcthhrl.Ige are going to try out the co-ojmrativQ plan. Thfiy have completed arrange- ments to utart business next Saturday at 52C 13th Street at the olif Morden stand. As an introduction a mass mooring has been called in the store premises for Thursday at. 7.30 o'clock. An invitation has been issued to wo- men, particularly wives of workers. At this meeting it will be told how CIVIL SITTINGS OF the, labor union men of Lethbridge hope to cut down the high cost of liv- ing by tlio co-operative plan. Forty-one men and seven "women are listed at the provincial labor bur- woraeu an business ses- eau as unemployed. Figures gnnount- sions. C. n. MacKintoah toW of tho train service from the west. Bob Long spoke on the value ot the district conferences tolling chiefly Woolf and Tnnner. Neither party was aware of the sum standing to the credit of the firm in the Union Hank. This sum was withdrawn by about the recent gathering In Calgary Tanner in 1913 on a bond given by j He dwelt on the amusement and tho him. mid later, in 1916, Woolf dis- 1 opportunity tor forming valuable ac- covering that it had been takou out, j quutntunces. Joe Bawden spoke about sued for recovery. placed by the judge in the hands clerk of the court at tho time. The matter was j the value of the international confer- cd this morning for the February business show that seventy-two men were placed in Lethbridge and. two men from outside points were given work. Fourteen women were placed- The placements were: Farm hantls, 12; sheepherders, 1; clerks, 2; cooks, 3; bakers, 1; laborers, 37; saddler, I; miners, 2; jail guards, 2; fireman, 1; teamsters. 12; housekeepers, RETAIL MERCHANTS ARE i to WATCHING LEGISLATION! meu aud to twenty women' In favor of Tanner, and with its _________ liclug carried to the Apiielliite Divi-1 J. j. Kcllas. secretarj- of the .Vi- sion of the Smiremo Court by Messrs. berta branch of the Retail Morcliaiitf H. Ostlunil and S. Gray, acting for WoiJir. Ball and Kirkliam for Tanner. SUPREME COURT, MON. ONTARIO SCHOOL BOYS WIN IN BALTIMORE British emburja tions denounced, militarist movements! live cattlu is becoming a and demanded the demobilization of subject of heated controversy, and tha organizations and the Im- newa that Hon. Manning Doherty. adoption of general minister of agriculture for Ontario, IB coming over to support .the efforts ing made to secure its removal hag besin received with, considerable Inter- est by both sides. The British farmers iu all parts held, to be strongly op- posed to any change, and the writers fanning ara giving much attention residence about 3 o'clock one1 I m? question, ing, the date of which she did not re- ..Joday a correspondent ot the Mom member, and knocking at tlie door, saying that lie had been assaulted and rubbed. She let him in ami called hijr father, who. at the request of the accused that he might spend the night there, took him to the holler house, where ie slept anil loft in the morning. CIVE OSTEOPATHS STANDING, ONTARIO TORONTO, Feb. men of the province will raise no objection 1o the amendment to the Medical Act under which osteopaths can be li- censed or to a bill giving them a status in the healing professions, it osteopaths have passed courses in iinatomny and physiology, and in the different causes of disease. Tl.is was authoritatively stated by 'ijn olllcial of the medical council last night. disarmament. Among resolutions pass- ed vns one urging all Socialist parties i to use means in preventing the cam'-! talistie powers from Intervening against soviet countries and demand- ing the conclusion of neaco with Rus- sia. Tho conference discussed the organ- ization ot a world-wide demonstration on .May 1 against tlie peace treaties. UALT1MORE, -Mil., FDD. Can. Ontario school boys won the tour-mile iiulay race in the joint indoor games ot Johns-Hopkins and the fifth regiment held here Sat- urday night. The record Tor ihis event was brok- en, Ontario winning the event in 19 minutas and 57 seconds. The old mark HO minutes S seconds. iinish of the the criminal sessiuii al the Su- pre'.ne Court closed. Tlie civil sit- Lings I'ov the trial of non-jury cases, witli lir. Justico Simraous presiding j will open uu .Monday, March 7th. Association, is watching some legis-! lation in tho Alberta house that is of interest to retailors of the prov- ince. The chief matters arc amend- ments in regard to the small debts act aud tho pcddlars act. -Mr. Kellas was in Lethhrldge today on his way north after visiting mer- chants iu Tabor and Cardston and other southern towns. He has been assisting the merchants in establish- 'ng proper bookkeeping systems. BURGLARS GET FROM VETS' CANTEEN Sometime early Sunday morning the O.W.V.A. club was burglarized and Monday morning ?S5 was found to he missing. Whoever the burglar was he apparently had a knowledge of where tho money was kept. He had to enter the canteen ami was forced to opeu a door secured with ti Yale lock. Before he could gok into the receptacle containing tho money he liad to break a chain. 3f 'f APPRpVES FORDNEY BILL NEW TRIAL IN I. 0. F. CASE ing Post, in a long article, discusses the probable effects of the withdrawal ot the emhargo and concludes that the claim that there would be a financial benefit to the farmers and consumers of this country is much exaggerated. Tlie liye-eloctlon In which Sir Arthur Boscawen, minister of agriculture, is engagad in Dudley, has been the occasT ion ot a vigorous attention by tho. champions of hoth sMea and It is prob-1 outstanding ou the principal able that this will have considerable' with intt'rest approximating TORONTO. Feb. to the judgment yesterday of the sn- preme court of California whereby tlie Independent Order of Foresters ot Canada was ordered to complete a contract to purchase 2.UOO acres of land at Newark, California, and pay CUTTING C.N.R. SERVICE dUDBURY. Feb. changes are being made iu the C.N.'R. operations on all the local divisions. There is a per cent, reduction in operatives and a genm-al elimination and shifting In process. The Mus- koka division has been abolished and tho local division will now extend from C'aprol to Toronto. WASHINGTON, Feb. Tlie senate late today approved the Fordnny emergency tariff hill as amended in conference with tlie house. The measure now goes to the president. BOLSHIES AND TURKS MAY- FIGHT CONSTAXTIXOPLK. Feb. tilities between Russian Bolsheviks and Turkish forces for possession of Jiatum is declared to be imminent in advices received here. Ten thousand Turkish soldiers are on tlie outskirts ef Datum and it is believed here that 'I. the Bolshevik should capture the Turkish occupation of Armenia would not be possible. influence on the result. Lord Beaver- brook, whose paper, the Daily Express, condemns Sir Arthur for not promis- ing the removal of the embargo, is be- ing criticized for his attitude to the Unionist iu thie contest. His lordship replies that Sir Ar- thur's view is not that of some of his ministerial colleagues and adds that, in any it is too great a trial of his unionist faith to see the party to a policy of breaking a war pled.ee given- to Canada and of obliging tho British consumer to pay six pence too much for fresh meat. 1 G. R. Uotrelle, general treasurer of the f. O. P.. said what really hupnen- ed is that a new trial has been or- dered by the supreme court of Cali- fornia. Vlt will be claimed by the i. 0. continued Cotrelle.. ''that this contract to purchase a mortgage made by one of our officers was ultra vires of the Foresters' organization. The lower court gave judgment in our favor, which decision was supported by the district court. It way then ap- pealed from the district court ot ap- peals to supreme court which has granted a new trial." ASYLUM INMATE SUICIDES PRINCE ALBERT, Feb. mation lias been received by Inspec- tor Tait of the provincial police, here that Albert Sawby, an inmate of the Battleford asylum, ha's committed suicide. An inquest has been ordered but no details hive been received re- garding the affair. BANQUET DANCE THE FARMERS'FIRE AND HAIL INSURANCE CO. WILL HOLD THEIR Annual Banquet At 6 J, Mar. AT WESLEY HALL FOLLOWED BY Dance in Masonic Hall MRS. HUDSON'S ORCHESTRA. All the company's agents, and their ladies urged to be present. Phone 455 at onec. meeting at 2.30 p.m., March 3, in Masonic Hajl SHOE REPAIRS For worh at lowest prices try HUTTON PERKINS Practttnl Shoemakers 418a Fifth St. S. Phone 693. If you feel fagged and worn out try drinking a, glass of warm milk going to bed. You will be ynrprisod quickly you fall asleep and how rested you feel nest day. Crystal Dairy Phone 1576. LIMITED j! If You Haven't QUAKERBREAD You Don't Know Real Bread Quaker Broad offers you all the wliolosomnneas and nourish- niftnt. thai Iti posfiihln to out of tin: choicest wheat grninH. It iw not only healthful, but t poasnsiK'H a delicioim Ilavnr and a rriany as you find uiily in imliiiiihlc John Gi'more Ltd. Bakers of Quaker Bread. PHONE O. TOX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS' Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-fc Acadui Building 312 Third Soutfc font f the {Backward The Satisfaction Of Doing Things You cannot enjoy the satisfaction of doing' things without good health. Many a big deal has been spoiled with a small headache. It was indigestion as well as Wellington that helped to turn Napoleon back at Waterloo. "Whon Home form of sieknfi.ss begins to lie at home -vvitli you bo there is a. cause which can be located in tho spine by cliiropractio analysis and removed by chiropractic ad- justments. Don't wait for weak- ness to become chronic. Get ad- justments at the lirst evidence of their need. NO CHARGE Consultation is without ch.irge or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 205 Sherlock Block. Phones and 1441. THE STORE OF HIGH-CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES Shredded per package Sure 30c 25c Lo.bstor....35calul65c 9c, 90c Huntley Palmer's Nursery Biscuits, Fry's Concentrated n? Cocoa Royal Shield Baking Powder............. Royal Crown Ammonia Powder Golden West Ammonia Powder; for Lovney'a Chocolate: cakes; for... French Macaroni; 16 oz. package Paper Slielled Pecan .Vuts 25c 15c 15c 45c 20c FREE DELIVERY.. GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS. PHONES 1453 AND Come all ye who- are heavy laden with the economic burden and learn about the LETHBRIDGE ANP DISTRICT CO-OPERA TIVE STORE Opening Next Saturday ''LOYALTY BEGETS SUCCESS" MASS MEETING ON THURSDAY, MARCH 3RD AT STORE PREMISES, 526 13TH ST. NORTH (MORDEN'S OLD STAND) Cordial invitation to ladies, particularly workers' wives. ;