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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SKVEN TUESDAY; JASHAHY' 21. Ust Till Wtdnesdav A Mass of Evittence is Given It begins to look if tha Hlchlsr case now heing heard in district court would continue well into t'n till noon Ihere had oniy seven v-iiuessca heard. The ovldence of the morning was mostly that 01 iiioBdalnos who were present wnne Avian and ,rUchIcr were tcgeiher en the nhsht of Ihe alleged hold-up Blancbo Li Uelle was the firel w nets (bis morning. Sho (old of HI chier'fi visit lo Curly house on Ihe nigh', of UcceitrHer wire" scbur. AvUn 'bought r. couple ot drinks, end pivo lUobler J15. They lell Eicut 3.ao. together. Witness lei ttern ouf. ''Kieliler cjma back abou 30 mlni'les aftcrwarda, end ebo ta hta. loiter file saw him upstair to She didn't see him 111 the saw him lu police court. Crots raid ebo lieird no trou We fieio while they were thn Jiouac. Counsel attacked hor ey den-t- liccauEB she tad nol previou. ly told teeing nichlcr in he after Avian'loll. No whlfkcy sen-cd. wliiicfls.-satd. !t was all two per cent. Ilosalle'Morris testified along lines very simliai to that of the previous vitneas. She had rerved tbe drinks, and Avian had paid for them. Sho siw hand lilchlcr 55. Richier spent jitivilh her.. Sho saw Avian next day. Ho wasiv't1 drunk the nighi before. Ooldic rirow'ti's chief testimony was that Richier came back nttcr going nway with Avian, mid was with her all night. Jcavinjr after 11 o'clock neit Sho claimed that Rlchlcr got 55 from' Avian and uiutaiin. CrosS-oiamincd, witness eild Avlin told her when he came hack looking fpr'ajchicr next day Ihal-he IcEiSs RELIEVED You'll fiml Sloan's Liniment Boflens tKc severe rheumatic ache Put it on freely, Don't rui'jt.in. Jiisi let naluralty. What a sense of soothing relief joqn.follows I; External bcl-.es, stiffness, soreness, crimped inusclcs, strained back ailments .cant fight bH ,thc" relieving qualities, of 'SloanVLininitnt. Cltan, convenient, in Canada. Ask any. druuiTist-for it. hji.lcit USD. lllchlor hid given bi-T tlm last 115 Avian had tcnl Mm. claimed Sao said sue asKcd slou to to tliroush Richler's pocketa to see It tie- bid any more money, and sho found none. Dtleotive I'at told ot Avians visit to the city police station on the nfornlr.s of M. As a result wltncn vienl rettrlcled area with Detective Wallif, to Ihe river and back uptown. wncre It was foond Ricnlcf was registered at room No. at the LetlihrliJEe hotel. Tiere ho found a revolver, winch was put In erWtnce. Mr. Palmer oliiected to the revolver an eihlbit on tlie ground the clip was not present; hut It was not a complete eihftlt. bjoction noted and overruled, "li- en revolm was loaded. Xeit ay eiaioUved K and found it had beon nwd. hit eonldn't toll etrtJr. He bad carried a ilniilar re- olver for 10 and couu- tired. Wit- IM M the missing 1 iru tfce piijliiutoiT nti tec accused had U.ln hii I on'the ai 12 o'clock. htoniay AfUrnoon ttnlen Anjslo Avian vras still under enmlnMlm oa tho resumption of 1h trial w Mcnttay aHeruooj Mr Palrcw for tie defeoae careful! Hamilton Ilaflial KailY.ay. a I'oni-r-rn. (or a substantial ertase in the farerf as a means having 'lie far service at bitrsrtly off ivuelu tK'J restored. There wai a ]at the'annual aiei-lics CLi'.dreu-a Aid Sci'idy V. .M. C. A. III al ui Mv rue A.i the: at .1. president, was H lasl'nlSht acetate j to a'Umd. a special conference of re-1 tall mcresMts 1" lu Bdmouton this and toowr. row to cocslder marten of import-J WINNIPF.O, Jan. Arthur Melghe'ii outlined the Canaiilan sol oc5 or' Industry. The real t the Interior pointed om, in Hie clement of Canada's manpc which the war had wrought. loiresia or sent (o the industrial school. There are Mill eight children r nau -cnooi. ice.c Canadians have been bonw. The repor, showed that the trail followed to the river and th time ifcots were fired Witness said hV could point out th places vfhero the various. shoU wee fired I! they were lo vViH the seen Counsel for Ihc defense ejaniim.- the witness very carefully as to lao. crossing of the river. Avian dklnt walk on the he said. Before he left the lrank on he saw a light across tho rivor. Before be -was all the way tho river he saw Rlchlcr sllll on the river tank, after he latter had fired two-shots at him. hut when he reached the other sldo uuea mu abo-t maimed m Jrt JHhttot. Of those rematalns wrently unharael then, will be few, thought, whose fitness for the pursuits of civil life is not to some degree Impaired. Precedent bhbvrcd that a few years of military .service often renders a ,an unfit fbr the rcsuonslbllllles of ordinary cUllon. His effidenc. inn work of (he depanuient had been well handled here during '.he year. During Ibe evcnlns Mr. rave those present brief outline M the -vvork of the .'tjurtinenl In the wor o province, shoving how llieflepiirlmeiil flrtt 'jrcrilBg The confer- j >lce will also deal with H proposal to Publish short courses in coroiccrc-.il education at th'J rniver-ilty of Al-i provnce, ho couldn't KIcMer any mlwo K by tbo tha returned soldier for the re- attUKle of oilstence. The work of the military hospitals com- niiwlon. the arrangements 'or pay and Slowances for the soldier and his de- ideals and education and vociu- tonal Provided for him came under review. In connection w.lblhe lioVcrtr or for oUier rcisons. mordiacti also decided Out eeki from tonight ihey will hulu get-toErther Iranquct. Lyceum Women Should Take special care to keep free from heaihclie, back- ache, constipation, weakness and depression. For these recurring ailments and other condi- tions peculiar to women, Beechams Pills are a tested and effectual remedy. They act gently and promptly on the stomach, liver and bowels, and exert a tonic, strengthening effect on the bodily functions. These famous pills are purely vegetable, contain no habit-forming drag, ana produce no disagreeable after-effects. yWornen the world over, find needed help and strength m "Laigllt Sftf c( Any Mciidnc in WtrU" Worth a Guinea a Box TIC LUUiuu V Witness swore thit whence, rmchcd the shuck lie didn't sleep in Join- chuck's hcd, but on Uie Hoor. said he was not drunk, hut had had four or five drinks. There was some dls crepancy tetween the preliminary evl dcnce of Jolllchuck, the. loan in tht shack, and thai, of Avian as to whs hnpponsl when vrilno-'S al-rtvcd al the I "hack on the night of the holdup Connpcl for Uie defense wantedv to Ikr.ow why the witness didn't picS up i Iho etolhes. which he. had left on the 'hank when ho wf.s coming: back to the citv neit morning Instead ol leav- 'iue It'lo tbe liolice lo (JO down and under review, m taller Branches ol reconstruction wort Mr stated that 7.000 return- men havo been already approved r specific lines ol'work "ad more stains courses and found civil oifl- oymenl. than 5 per cenl. of have Idfcea out failures. Gov- Ho TTM pretty on the alter tho robbery. The city police bad not watched, tim at the poilce station lo lay his coroplatot. iency and earning by g.-ffiTrs'irrv 'liriEhen detailed tho work and atas'of tho government labor hureaus nslaoiiihment lo all nwm In finding new posiUons in civil life louch- Pensions ANADA'S vearly pension bill is estimated by at r THU is a minimum fifute. be administered To whom wifi pensions be paid these questions. Here is the official answer. Sloans Pairx 60c, QJJ WARD HHCHOR Aiictior Donaldson PRbjPQSEb SAlUNGS. From Portland, Feb. London From (lew. Jan. 29 .KCARONIA... Liverpool Feb. 5 ..PRINSES JULIANA. Liverpool From Feb. .ORITA..'.., Liverpool From Feb. 1 .'.AQUITANIA.. Liverpool From'St. Feb. 14 Glasgow 1'iirchaso tickets now for relallves.and friends to ensure prompt sailing.. UNEXCELLED SERVICE apply to any to Company's 'i SCOTT BLK.; 270 MAIN STREET t VVINNIPEG. S': Agenti HARRIS ROS'SITER Phone 1412 iiefBrriag to the qnawrel between wrtn'ow and accused In the lioiue. counsel for Ihe endea vored to ahow that Avian- ivas so drunk he dldnt .knoir- whether the r.uarrel took place upstairs or down.- Blatn" The also made i aoa liial-Avian -was M'.drank Richier of- ventures. Provincial ferod to iako htm home. VarKm. (rth- are workto'g on still Broader er discrepancies belwetn the evidence ,or ,he taking over of glven on the J ,lnd ,OT lho relurned preliminary hearing, espBcfally as re- ,he arrangements necessary girds tho division of the. money, the K nBance'the3e aew farmers, Eocurlng of tho room In auBnoed to participate in in rooming house; and how he.Erent his I oldler ,aoj 8ettleiuent unoer money on the night in question, -ft'ere ,OTErmiient supervision, lir. polnk-dont spoke of the work of the departineni Wrloua discrepancies ahio were o( with fhown -betiveen thp omouut of money the work, of the v had in hta pockelbc-Dk and Lnd Dominion Assoda ion of looso In his pocket at different times, LnS ot the Y.M.C.A. in the rest thoevldencfl Kemlngly indicating that Meighon emphasiies the necc? he bad taken of hls.nockot-j Sny tor every Canadian cHIM. book during tiia, evening which 'would erating in the work wmc leave only SHO, -wttle from change Keen planned and ecolved. lillr paying :for drink, h.j ,orls which may become would have considerably more loose n his pocket, than th> he found here on" arriving'at'ihe shaci at titi ifne after crossing the'river. Avian-loft the -witnesi'boi at o'clock.- Curly Bradshaw. was tecond illness.' She-deposed thai on Uie nlghl of. Dec, 13, sho saw Richier at lier house. He came with an Italian, whom she court sho heard Ihem talking loudly. Sho was there whea they went away. Dolh went together. Richief' cahle hack nhout an hour after. Witness let him ui. Blanch the too. Tho latter talked to. Richier .who said Lay uetuuiv. i the'solution ot the soldier probleni. ho had Avian saW Avian cams back neit morninE and asked for hli "friend" or tils She told him" ntehler Vaa upstairs and Avian wont airay. Witn' rtllchter upalalrs at the tttnc, hut hadn't heard hhn go saw dbirntXairs next morn- ing atterrll o'clock and go out. She thought he bad ilayei in house a all nliJit; The Ilallw In Iha morn ing had .muady IropEers on and a Later Avian hack with Epin and Wallli -the s a civil ratter rttilrtary bo'dy. It consists of three meri, af- pointcd for ten years', each denting Bis whole time to his dutiei'as a The Head .Office of die Pensions Board is at Ottawa; and there are seventeen branch offices in die principal centres throughout Canada. An important branch is in operation in These local branches rtwive application! from soldiers'- dependents for pensions; send "Visitors" to. call on pensioners m their homes; hold.medical re-examinations; handle complaints. The Board keeps a representative trav- .clling from coast, to' coast interviewing pensioners arid addressing orjanuationsi ihtereited in their weifarer He Ws already conferred with more ttian' pen- sioners. At present pensions are being administered by the Board. d it is A pension is not a gift, gratuity or re- ward for service done. It is compensation paid as a right, by Canadians, through their. Government, to offset in measure the handicaps suffered in war by their that the coun- try owes to our returned mery and to the dependents of those who have It is in this spirit thitOrders-in-Counctt g6verning pensions are framed. It is in this 'Spirit that the Board of Pensions Commissioners administers these Orders- ,'iu-Council. v- To Whom Payable Pensions are not aWrdcd for service. Broadly speaking, any soldier or sailor who was disabled during his service is entitled to a provided medical treatment fails to restore his full normal capacity. The- amount of the of the p of Finance ?ast'futtd ?o Everyone is asking ias i 'Physical' cf the disabled ard. nif ece v aftardetf according to tie amount of which he is then found to aft8. t every disability, fair, I, The. rtktioBjhip of harHJitiT has bcen out %r It fs'taSf aa'd piSent. opjpnuniy is giyeri .to have the ewtdition judged from His-point of' Th'e'peiuion is awaried or saifcr sfftbat he can IrVeHntdecrtit centfort, despite handicap. TRe the-rtwaey Se earnetf fc not labor mwlKtis consiAaeri. Every. nQan who row come by VoqatiQBalTrfiwj' his perrsion decreased or The amount of the ix--------- according to the soldieri rank; trside'or proftMion is TV minimum pension for a totally dfsarbled urrfhsrried sotdter the lowest poGGa Pensions to Def indents .Widows of soldiers or sailors who have died during or as a result of service, are entitled to pension so long not remarry. Children of soldiers or sailors are to.pensions up to the age of sixteen, if boys, or seventeen, if girls Pension is awarded to the soldier or sailor according, (a) to the de- gree of their dependency on ti? deceased soldie'n and, (b) according to their cUrtoi st UIB Coilojlale', nnd bo raqulfoil to "pnncii. wjmn Ihey. arrive for classes. allornoon of required nlso ex- ooUi M ollmlnntiid hy use of Tho property'C.bhinilttco Ihc scliBinc 11 Uli cd'for every character, and il Uiat every scene contains a Icsstm. for retail mMohanls, anil ssles-1 people. ____ RECEIVED CONCESSIONS' addition tol seclirinc 611 extension ot the; .lima limit imlll' June, for Ihc delivery.- of ajrlciillur.il innchlnery to Ine entcnto allies', says n (lerman jovprnmci.t wireless', (be Gorman (jon- MttRfi is rniiv rnitv invojtlsatliig !jie s rlcn to lla.niiopllon. other (ioncesatoiH. panc Thoiq Incliided toe stlpiilfllion tint1 Hie ninnlity of nuch machinery lo he dc-l IMirtsl wan. IP; bo jotl iindclorinlneii lor Uio iiroscnir A ttmflile siltMi of tke feniunt (ranted soUii'i ar.d Milch, find to Otii' ditindtnli, mil. bi sen! lo inlet J and. The Repatriation Committee T uf ;