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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEIULD FRIDAY, JANUARY Many Cases of Theft and Bur giary Charged op Against Them During the investigation of the de- iredalions ot the band of roans wou'd-be outlaws who have been pull- ing ott some bair-ralsrag movie on the river bottom behind the iiey ranch, using cars it one time or another fur Joy rijins purposes. On Saturday night Ihev look K. IV Davidson's car and went to .XcnlelorJ. where they broke, into" the general store anj stole a 'number Pi tnlnjf, including JOMC rifles Then, on Sunday thoy oat and, tnkins Mr. I la mil-1 Uon's hones from his farm tuo ijiil rede the horses Into town and turncJ them A number of burglaries ot nr.d houses have been traced to the-m. and when their cache was found rnuvh o! lie stolen property was recovered. One cache was in a shacX oa 1th N'.. I the rlf.es and heavier goods were [found, but on ISth St. the. boys had a cache- in the cround with R I wire sticXIce; up to show them the Uroi. In. this there were three dia- of which B valued a I, EM1NI1R Tte army ot the south is more ot t weft movie oulfit. It appears that thev hive been staglne; regular The cowboy outfit -which has been operalirig at their camp the river 1 tottom south of the city consists ot four South Leir.bridje boys. The army of the nortli has a strength of j tbree. There is no connection between i them, but they have Dous Fairbanks' ib'ackcd off the map. On Sunday Detective Wallis dis- covered a cache of fine rifles in a house on tth Are. X. This the start of (lie. trail whi'.h led to the capture of the army of the north, rwhen the ioys were taken and tioiiea. U vras found that during the past few mouths they bad stolen'12 EO that they !ooi like vncbwork Probation Officer Lamb is, now working 'en the case to gather the evidence to lay before the. juvenile court on Tuesday afternoon neit when the" cases will be heard. A brother of one of fto north side army u now in the reformatory, hiving been sen! there for similar offenses about a vear aso. The liner. Aquitania, carrying Can- adian probably will sail for Canida about Jan. IS, HERE'S QUICK RELIEF FOIL YOUR TIRED, STRAINED MUSCLES your raascics tired and swolien and the joints brcon-.c stiff, your circulation poor, and your suSerin; makes you irritable, an ap- plication of Sloan's Liniment gives imiss plasters or acts qtricSily and docs not clog the It doc's not stain ths skin. Made m Canada. For "btaci and blue" spots, Sloan's Liniment re- d-jets tlic pain and eases the soreness. Certainly fine ior rheumatism, stiS neck, sciatica, hme back, toothache You don't need to pene- Its is so universal that you'll consider Sloan's Lin'untnl a friend oi the whole family.. Generous size bottles al druggists everywhere, Lethbridse veterans hive b.id an entiaV.e reputation for hospi- tality -n-hen they hold opennlght al their clubrccmi, 'hey excelled themselves on Thursday evening vrhen they were hosts at stuoier lit honor o- the vIsKlcg delesates to the con- vention at which members of the Ho- taiy clu b and the board of trade were gawls. resident 1-oneworth presid- li. and after paying tribute to those had fallen on the battlefield, the tattering aas thrown open in order that (he visitors might all become bet- 1 ier acquainted. Two Ions tables the length of the convention hall were so ulawd that, each man might know his neighbor, while half a dozen veterans did heroic duly on the linos o! com muni-ration bringing smokes and eats anil drinks without end. 1 Sandwiched in-between, the niawria part ot the evening's entertainmen Vere sonsrs. speeches and recitation without slim with a few step dances and comic stories thrown in for sooil. measure. Messrs. Arnold. Wade and' Youns presided at the piano durlns the evening, and there were plenty of j songs tor the crowd to sins in which I Ihev Joined most heartily. One of tbe speeches of the evening was by Com- rade McArthur. vice-president of the Calgary local, w'no elicited gales of laugbtar when he defended his stand on the prohibition amendment before the convention. Another special fea- ture of tbe entertainment was reading by Sergt- J. Atherton. of Cal- gary, ot some original poems on the war- Among others who took part in the program were Pie. Steele. George Fleming. Messrs. Russell, Ha- I reli. Marry Lowe, Goodwin and Slar- j iey. The smoker broke up about mMnisut, when the visitors lelt for their train -with tha conviction Suit I Letlibridje is the finest convention city in the province. Nation Learned to Pull To- gether, Sa.vs Sir Eric (ieddes Jan. Wire Eric Ueddes .minister with. 13 OTTAWA, Jan. Brls.-Gen. Har- olj McDonald, C.M.O.. D.S.O.. has beon appointed general officer commanding Military District .Xo. 19. with head quarters at Calgary. CJec. McOonald went overseas as a lieutenant in a Winnipeg unit. He earned promotion aud flnally serred out portfolio in Ihe new cabinet, in jn prance as major umle in address before the Associated' Garuet Hughes when tb Ciistchers of Commerce. the big- latter was brigade commander. Mines Closing Arc Talking Strike Again test thins that bad been learned lu the, war and the greatest benefit de- rived from it was that the British pwplo had discovered as o nation what they could do If they together. They had Improved machin- ery and methods and also electric I power, tho great tnodernlier of in- dustries. They bad learned much about Ibo German "key" icdusirlcs I ivltb, -which the Hermans controlled their industry before tho Regarding the government's build- ing wograui of SCK'.OW houses. Sir Eric declared that 160.080 already bad been arranged for on flnancir.l terms suitable to the authorities am the- local government board, nnd 1 was lioped that tlie remaining house, would coiuo along very fast. Gen. McDonald suffered a which cost blm the loss ot one of hi arms aud led to bts. return to Km land. There ha was In charge of train mlled I ing under Gen. Turner until his re urn recently to Canada. Gen. onald i? tho youngest Canadian llri dler general. That the coal situation is serious in western Canada, though in a vers- different direction than was feared i last summer, when talk of a possible, e 1 coal famine was general, is the infor- gathered by The Herald to- day from various quarters. The gist of the matter is that the n-est Is full WISCONSIN DRY Sloan's The World's x _ Linimeni TVis.. Jan. legis- alure of Wisconsin today completed ratification of the national problbltion amendment The vote in the honse was 5S to 39. The senate ratified the amendment last Wednesday. CONCESSION TO 8AHCELONA i LONDON, Jan. Spanish ;ovenrment has published a decree suspending- constitutional guarantees to the province of Barcelona, accord- ing .to a wireless 'message received here, from -Madrid. o of coal from Alberta and Pennsylvania, with the result that mines sre clos- ing down every day acd many people are being thrown oul of work. The Taber mines have been prac- tically closed lor a month. Urumliel- ler mines are in practically tame position, though colder weather in northern Saskatchewan has helped somewhat late. this situation alsa the oper- ators and miners are preparing for a strike. Unless the government steps lu it Is considered improbable that the new agreement which must be signed before April 1st will be reached without a strike over the whole field. At any rate, the rail- ways appear to be preparing (or Uie and fire .heaping up huge re- ccrves ct coal at various coaling points. It is understood they now have enough to.see them through a three-months' -siege, and by April 1. when the'Strike Is likely to be called, they eipect to have enongli in re- serve for thelsaminer. The result of this activity on the part of the rail- ways is to keep some, at least, ol the mines in the Pass busy while prairie FERNIE COUNCIL FERNIB, Jan. civic election here today brought out "a very light vote, only ISO bal- lots being cast. Thomas Deck, J. L. Gates, Sam K. liutlcdge, Wm. Hunter and Wm. noblclmud leading. Turnbull and Lees being defeated. I mines are staridtng idle. PURE FOOD MARKETS SATURDAY SPECIALS i 1 Very choice GreaniBry Butter at I Ibs. I ..__ __... .i i ___ No, 1 Farmers' Dairy Butter, 2 95c I Very fine Home- Atr I New Laid EGGS cored Bacon, Ib. per dozen i Half or Whole Piece. WE HAVE A VERY HNE LOT OF MILK FED CHICKENS, FOWL AND TURK- EYS FOR THIS WEEK END, ALL FRESH KILLED. Watch our Special Fish Sales every Tues. and Fri. Prices away below what you pay elsewhere. P. BURNS CO. Limited The citizens ot Uthbridge are to have an opportujiity tonight to honor the most worthy ot all family tics, the mother, 'it Is to be mothers' niglit at the evanEliijslic campaign, and a most Interesting serrice has lietn or- ransed. Not only will there to a stirring message s'nen by Mr. Steph- ens, but there. Tdll also te beautiful and appropriate singing by Prof. Fisher and Miss Sairaan. Thon there is to be a beautiful bouquet of flow- ers given to the oldest and youngest mother present Several autos have been offered to bring the mothers to and from tho service, and arrange- ments can be made telephoning Toaisbt Is als6 to be young peo- ple's nlsil, and of course all s'oung people will went to come in honor of their mother. Al 2.30 tomorrow aflfmoon is to he another large mass meeting for toys and -girls, and .Mr. Stephens is having 75 Chinese and 50 Japanese boys and girls present, Erery boy an Pure Ontario extracted, It. Vn, Ib. pkg. Atparagul, per tin Corn on Cob, gallon tint, each SOo Weiion'i Oil Tar Saladi, ant) and Equ.il takes the place ol esm for oak. !nr, regular EOc, week, tin 39c Maple Butter, Mr tin 33o Tangier Luijch, 1-2 Ib. (lie, 37c Tanjler Lunch, 1 Ib. tlte 70o Mixed for toup, Ib, Crlico, tin Oatmeal, Scotch, cut oat- mel.l 37o Biscuits, Telfers' Digestive Cut Peel, perpkg..................... Tomatoes, per tin.................... CusUrd Powder, Holbrook'l, per pkj.. Brooms, Clean Sweep, each.......... Household Ammonia, per bottle Rickett's Cream Tint Mince Meat, Llbby. In bulk, Ib. Tomato Soup, Heinz, per tin Washboards, Enamel Klnj, each Washboards, Brass King, each Pure Syrup, pint bottles, each........ Loaanterries, Gold Bar, No. 2 tins Tuna Fish, per tin .....j............ Apple Butter, per tin Pork and Beans, snvill Brick Cheese, per Limburyer Cheese................... Van Camps Hominy, per tin Home Made Sweet Tomato Relish, sealer............................ Orange Marmalade, Mrs. Hilnfl, 11 -bottle 15c- 12c Ko 49c 3Sc. 2So 08C 4fe quirt Uo ounje FruiU and Oranges, per dor 45o and Me Lemona, Sunklal, dozen 45o Qrape Fruit, tpedaltlze, each 100 Celery, California, Ib He Cranberries, 2 for 39o Lettuce, Hot House POTATOES Good dry, mealy jpsdal, ewt Swtet Soudi, to arrive Bananas lo arrive Applet, No, i Jontthint, good vilut, Spe- cial, Cucumben, each ..............SOc Carroll, Cabbage, Turnlpt, Bieti ind Pin- nips at reaular market GEO. KERR CO. Family Groceri and Provision Lkensc No. 8-2408. Plwnw ;