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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta T1K LKTHBKDGE DA1LV HEHAL1J TUESDAY, JANUARY'21, 191J OPEX-TO i JvrWi Tlut He Ou Be Prw- 74JUG, Lens been competed. It says the several I eminent Jurists hold that) William UohBuiolIern can be. prosecute! under Artlclt 66 of Tha Hague which Uys dovn rufca for on Un4. Jurists are of opinion tint the punishment must inStcted upon tlosa who issued the orders rath. er oa the subordinates who car- ried them out. The Journal calls attention to the ftct iiat thtre It available io tie ccsfsreoce a committee ot Jur- lalkal consultation to which tbe opln Son, ot delegates regarding the wipoflslbllity oi William Hchentol- _______ _______. tifi rwponsi-i lers probaMy will be'referred. This blUto at tourer William aoi could then submit pltus for crlmw tor a. foraal Inquiry to tbe conference la ot 1 Vhicb, U it agrees vriih !he committee, !e iBwipapors. The ran UM s formal indictment. Vatln wyt that, u the ciknM uuut Fraece, ilmAr careful Imstry which the lacU by Dr. H. C. Collins is the president oi Wmouton Yeteraiw, being re-elect- Tlrtiwlljr ed by BxlKcatio on Your BUI for Denial Work rp Tv-HNTY PER CENT. Is a very 1 nto cf Interest to earn and careful Investors would te apt to the Becnrity of the iaratment which It Ten dollars or a hundred spent on the preservation of teeth is at any trme a good, safe investment. All our work ia guaranteed and OUR WELL KNOWN flEGULAR PRICES ARE EXTREMELY LOW Tnls monti.we are making a special redaction of Take of this offer of GUARANTEED RELIABLE DENTISTRY WHICH SAVES YOU MONEY. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelson ffiih Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott BDc., 4 Dem from Letfabridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA CAJ-OARY AVENUE E. EOMOKTOW CRIST ALL BLOCK. 1 Office MANCH W. A- PARKER, AtWnion, w. R. MCKAY, if" AUCTION SALE HOUSEHOLD FURRITORE, FARM IMPLEMENTS, AM) POTATOES. i .HAVE now FAVORBO tt> 'PUBLIC AUCTKW IW. WW. KIWWAN NORTH AWO MICE OF On Monday, Jan. AT 1 tat OfciotSK CHAM. 1 I nan, 4 jm Iba., npvomi to be fc foil; 1 brow mare, T JMrt old, 14M Offatei to bo la foal; 1 rrey leldlor, S yean oH, 1440 1 team bar yciri old, 2WO Iba.; 1 tean bay gtidicict, 6 yean old, 2TOO 5 eitra good filly wto, f Tl black cow, E ywra oM. due to 1a two 'i bhck cow, t yean to calre in mocth; 1 black cow, 5 oM, hi early acrratj 1 8 ynt old cow, doieto calye 1 nentereo. Shorttotn 3 years old. 1 1 Utocb. gang plow; 1' li-fobt culUrafor, new; 1 16- V4E W: 1 Wwt Dewing bioder; 1 Moot Daeiug mower, 1 36-foot EOM harrorr, new: 2 wacon eears tack; I raJn lank, ISO bwbe] 1 .Moaataln deSocra? i' tank, complete prmp- and "20 1 tet democrat h'araeas- 1 hay-rmck; 1 1 Much rise; 6 blackaniUh tonga; 3 tammera and namem, imall tools; 2 sets, 6 horse ever- ers; 1 wwa brake and wrta .wagon wheels; 1 buggy pot0; meats all nearly new; 15 citekena; 1 fumed oak dining sollo' t bed room-suites, coil mattresses, -wash stand] and dressers, 1 bed and mattress; 1 bed spring; 1'Victor phonograph and. Njconfc; 1 wntre 1 Jap rug; 2 healer iraaows; i storm doors; 2 screen doors. TMMOAJM LiwCH AT11.30 WITHOUT RESERVE, MB. KtNMAN HAVING RENTER _, THE FARM, P. PORTER, Awtionecr PHONE OWntr v ,T. F. DAV.ES, THE BOW BANK Of CANADA mm M Montreal Capfti! Aafterfert J Capital PaW Up........................... Sir Herbert 3. Holt sod Xtfactnf Director, E. U Oeaenl tfiaater; C. E, Nelll. Robert Campbell. Specal tt Smgs AccoraU, Savins Bank A jeceral Boioess London, Jin. has a letter from CinadUn ottcer la close touch with a promin- ent member o( Ludendorff's staff, nam- ed Captain FinbelL tieuerol CurrlVs correspondent writes: this officer as to when he first i bought their laud forces would ba be lie knew defeat was certain aoil ihe end near when the Canadians broke the lliudcnhurg line. Ii was not their intention to mafceihat line a final A new line was to have been built further to the rear and tha troops gradually moved back.1 It was the of his that ueither nrray could breafc throujh the other's line, and your corps succeeded in doing the seemingly possSble calculations were upset and r.o time was left to retrieve the losses." mm mm y SiN's in V. F. A. To Edmonton to tt. HDMOMTOK, JWL Tfcat farmer attf wtU WASHINGTON'. Jan. resolution by Senator Jones, of Wash- ington, suspending assessment work on muling claims in AksKa for four years beginning with 1911, was pass- ed by (tie senate isd sent to the house today. It also would extend the min- ing claims of Alaska, the provisions of the act suspending for tiro years tie requirement tliat 5100 worth ot work bo performed each year ou claims and exempting from the re- quirement those who.served in the war against Germany. LITHUANIANS CANT CHECK BOLSHEVIKI STOCKHOLM, .Jan. military missions which returned here from Lithuania and Eslhonia have xeported favorably regarding the sending of a volunteer military expedi- tion into Lithuania, where the Lith- uanian forces are unahlo to stem the Bolsheriki advance. This report against- an expedition to Es- thonia owing to the lacfc of economic resources there. The first Swedish detachment prob- ably will Libau this week.' Ho i the point Vy Hl> Honor Uest.-Uor. t welcome to tbc AtlXtUi the llth annual conrentke cf Uarted of which opened IhlB inornlng la tiw Preibyterias church. His addran followed a prayer by Rev. Dr. D. O. XcQasra that was tilled with fervent hope tor [iropor guidance from the Almighty daring Ibe Irylas tiaics of whicb the world nov faces. fThe lieutenant-governor thought it fitting to express thanXfulness at the victorious 'ending of the war. and contrMitlated tbe fanners' orgs'niza- tkm on Uie ttnjmer In wtiich they had piared through, lie trying years of .struggle to find tienuslves now joint Stronger thaii they were. At the contention In Calgary last year IS iN DISTRESS SEATTLE, Jan. was re- celvfd in shipping circles yesterday U> tile effect thai the shipping 'board's Steel freighter Yukon has put into Honolulu In distress and Trill be obhffed. to .undergo repairs there be- fore completing her maiden'trip! The Yukon safieiLfrdin.SeattleUliree weeks ago for' Vladivpatol; with z. cargo of quartermaster's supplies, and .--was thus a long -way off her course Then she'-put into. Honolulu. The freighter was built si !He TotM shipyard in Tacoma, -where she-ras launched on October 26. Relief from Suffering Too will Snd ready ttlief fr acif, LuBbsjo, Sciatita, piiofnl 3nst dtposiljt, and tnrri, by tiling be had appealed to every member o! the U. A, A. to do all iu their power In the campaign for greater prodnctlon. All bad made a noble effort, and in spite of the very adverse crop conditions, a splendid showing was made In greater areas under-cultivation and in the Increase In the herds. Just how well Canada bad done iu he said, was dealt TvIUi in an article frcoi a Ere.it agricultural .magazine In the United States. The Country Gentleman, which, said that with one-tenth the popula- tion ot tie'republic to the south, Can- ada had "produced one-third 35 much wheat, and this despite a great labor shortage due to this country's mili- tary efforL It the United Stales had supplied as many men to the war in proportion population she would have had sir- million soUbrs qver- seas- His Worship Mayor Clarke spoke n a lighter vein and saH that owing to changes In'tne iaws of the land cer- tain of the entertainments of lormer years had been taken away, but present facilities.la the city Edmon- ton herself "owned, and be- urged the delegates to make the fullest use of them, and not.'to.be afraid to speak out if things did not suit. He hoped the city Tvould-.bp able to make the vhlt entertaining and instructive, and then proceeded to censure" the farmers Tnlldiy ion allowing so many of toe members of fie Aj'oerfa legis- lature being drawn ..from the cities. fie. Bafd, farmers- were complain Dia't they lecled newspaper iupport, people ho urged to see iim for eipert ad rice on tha snbjecL-for le vow mayor ot Bdmontoa ip spite of both tie Ed- monlon Cilies in'the centre of, an agricultural community, he thought, should cater to the" {armers, and when.they -beganUo urtif-p" "'tn'fi larmers' duties tt was. time {or the latter to assert -Ihcimelves. In clos- ins he hoped that (he next time 'the convention met on Mmonton there would have been built a convention hall that would meet, every need of vast gatberiBg. Eczema Coma in aad we will lell rou some- tbhsB about .what PreBcrintion. made is ,the. D.D.D. Laboratorfes of Toronto, accompllahed in your uwn noigbborhood. Your money- bacfc unless tbe first bottle reltevea, S. D. Hlglnbotbam t "Co., Ltd., dras 'intimates.-that taxi drivers who are suspected'of bbotliggingr will hare a bard time' to secure a Hccnje this yesr. CREATE OPINION AGAINST ABUSES Strlket Not For Po'lltrcal.Action, Says Mr. Tom Presl- dent ot tiie Dominion Trades and La- bor Oonjress, spent a portion of Sat- urday among trades unionists discuss- ing tha feeling which lias arisen over the decision Police Magistrate Kingsfqrd. "growing'" tendency of. the organized Labor move- meat to correct political .abuses "by strikes touched Moore pointed out that not be called to obtain redress fortindustrial abuses when conciliation and arbitra- tion" failed. Jlr. Moore told those who are active in the movement against orders that he was symya- tbedcp "The orders in. council arc unjust anil arbitrary. The executive ot the Trades Congress uas protested against them on.matiy. occastons .wllliln the past.few must be borne In rolnd that the. present government bail a mandate from the people in 1917. Strikes, should resorted to to obtain redrogs'from the abuse of pow- er. The "proper courie Is through the Opposition in the House of Commons, and failing in this, to create oniiilon bring about the return oil another said Mr. Moore. I THE "THRIFT.NASAIINE" MAKES APPEARANC9 The tint nuaiber of "ft. Tbrlfl pnbUtiud the dlreo tlon of NaUonal War Satrap oon> mittee, made its appearance. 11 is edited by Mr. W. i-. Dunlop, B.A, director "of tha sectlOT ot tin S. S. orgmolialloB, who Ii alao edl tor.oJ Tbe Stboot. pur pose of tWs puHlcitton is.to furthei the War Saringn and Thrift Stampi movement'among the schools of thi Dominion. Ten numbers are fo bt published by June, the intention he Ing-.to bring tbem out at 'fortnSjhtlj intervals. The Thrift Magarina ii supplied free to every' tsacher ii Can ada and may be bad .on applicatioi to (ho office of 371 BIooi street, west. Tomato. ichooi inspeclors, ptibtte libraries and rifr sons generally .Isterested'in thrlfi' education: may aho reosjve the maga" zino by applying to this addrfss, ASSIST STRIKERS 'HAVANA, Jan. of the 32 labor unions of this city de- cided at a meeting bold last night to extend moral and financial assistance fo the slrilclnf employees of Western. Havana Central and Unllcd railway.lines. U was tliat there would be no gen era I1 strike Vailed, at present at Icasl. It is under- stood that the roads have rejected-the A PRECEDENT. Jan. Leon former premier and French antlioritj on tho lesgue of nitlons, (n "a state mcnt to tho Matin cites as a prccq dent for the puntulmunt of German; of all dogrees conrlcle'cl of violation of Ibs ci. war oi llenrj- Wirz, who wM.trlei'fcr court- martial and executed after Oie civil war tor cruellies suffered by portfr i a' r 1.11V tvi vfucurftra suiturea ny made by en, prisoner. In Ibe caap He con.. >ne sinkers. matided at AnderjonrllW; Oeorgla. PEACE BRINGS MANY JOYS It brought ihe supreme ofpatriatiwii- 2.nd nov Comes Pea.ce witik countless You couldn't sull you wanted durin the war but now your grocer can wkleswue, ntrtntapitf. There i for it. Eat it witH milkorcrewn. or sweeten to the MADE IN CANADA ;