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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XHL TWELVE PAGES LETHBRIIX-E. ALBEKTAi TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1920 TWELVE PAGES NUMBER 27, London Daily Mail U It Opportunist Attempt By Lloyd titorgf COALITION LIBERALS WILL NOT JOIN IT n of Inspection of Ufrlque Is on board this frail i intry September. "There was a most violent is being It: is he- of. the raft, shock N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE BRINGS NEW YORK, Jan. seat on the New York Stock1 Exchange sold yesterday for.the record price of -The "previous record was which WM paid for a teat on th'a exchange lait fall. A second bid went' begging, It was no sellers being found. Russell's Counsel Surprises Bench by Brand New Law 'when the vessel struck tlio reef, but no one lost his said one man. "After a certain Unit the situation be came impossible, seas were pounding the shii> Incessantly, and we lost touch with tho steamer. Ceylan. Canlaln Leduo decided to abandou the ship, a very difficult operation, but the captain, officers and crew did more than their duty." Heavy Storms on Atlantic HALIFAX, N.S, Jan. era arriving here from European jpoints report heavy weather on the Atlantic. The Norwegian steamer Sor and from Hagesund, Norway, for Charleston, 6.C., put In here yesterday 'or coal. The steamer Kersean, from Ham- burg via Shields, 22 days out, also ar- rived here yesterday for coal. WINNIPEG. Jan. Canadian That In his statement of the ilniic3 of a judge on polnta of law in a Irlal of seditious conspiracy, Robert Casaldy, K.C., hail broken now ground, BO far as Iho court of appeal of Mani- toba was concerned, wag the general expressed, by tho learned JirJges of this court today. Oissidy in addressing himself to Iho question whether the charge to the jury by Mr. Jiisllcs Mel- calfo. was proper or otherwise, laid I down argument aa a legal far.t. j Tlie maxim that the judge should tell the Jury that- they wcro not bound to lake tho law from him but wore lo'adopt tho opinions ot Ihe eounnel for the defense or tho crown on tho legal aspects of the case. Mr. Cnssiiiy said that the judge could express an opinion on the law but could not tell tho Jury that this opinion was the law. The polnLi that remain to be argued in the reserve case are only of minor importance. All algns pojnt to a con- clusion: of the argument by tho de- fense tomorrow. The .case for (he crown will then be argued although it is expected that the cdurt will not roauire argument from tho crown on many points In the case. Little Progreis Made WINNIPEG, Jan. l.WLHlle pro- gress was made today In the appeal of Hobert Cassldy, K. C.. to (ho tip- pepl fourl for reserve case on behalf of H. B. HuesoU, convicted strike lead- IT. Two judges took Mr. Cassldy to hwk when argned that la a of (edition It proper thing for the Judge to Inform the Jury that they woro not bound to take the from him, but were free to-adopt the law as given by counsel for the defense or crown, Mr. Juitlco Fulierton: "How on earth are they to know the law K he does not instruct taemt" Chief Justice Perdue: "Plea'so cite No Acclamations Elections derson Against Mayor Uphill (SoecTal to The FERNIE, Jan. The close o nominations today showed 15 asplraul to municipal honors aud no acclama :ions. IEIFR1. 'resident Wilson tones for First Meeting To Be Held in Paris SPAIN APPOINTS EXECUTIVE MEMBER WASHINGTON, Jan. blllty of final senate actlcn en the peace treaty by January 16, when the iMUue of nation! cou.ncll will Kuamblt In Parli, vanished today, according to Republican and Demo cratlo leaders. Not before next, week, of, the partlca predicted, wit any action prob- able. declared they would be satisfied If ritificrtlcn effected thl> month. While negotiation! toward ad- justment of over re- gained new Impetus to- day, It was said Demo- crats were disposed to defer ac tlon until a.ftcr the caucus Thurs- day, when a minority leader will be elected. -BANQUET-FOR CURLERS TONIGHT A banquet is belns tendered curlers In tho Masonic hall ot 8 o'clock tonight. Every cur- ler invited to bo present. No Participation Certificate if Farrrter Gets Own and Offal Back WINNIPEG, Jan. nn order issued today the Canadian wheat board stipulates that each mill licensee In tho provinces of Manitoba, Saskatclte' and Alberta who grists wheat for nulrccl to issue parlicipnllon ceriUI-j .icfl i LUASV uthorllies, Mr. Ca.sMy, 1 don'l or other owners, ami returns pose that such a statement of law has J "nl ,1 pro' cror been made-ln thla'.court. It Is wheat, shall not bo re- really ridiculous. Whero is this prac- Bids-r Mr. Casslly; "In England, my lord." Chief Justice Perdue: "It certainly has never been done, hare, and I am sailsfied it-has meyer been done In England. You have surprlied the bench, Mr. Casildy." Mr. Justice Fulle'rton: "This Is a brand new Mr. eoTitinuefl the general Argument the. authorl- t'les, whereupiii Chief Jusilce Ferdue remarked: "Instead this flood of words, you are pouring upon 115, (lye us some authority for eitrt'nfdlnary prop- uaitiun.' Two cues ifero clleil by Mr. Cas elily In support -6f ihlt- contention, which howorer, by remarks made by tho learned judges,