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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MNUAUY 26.1920 Jiffi LETHBR1DGE DAILV HRRAUS. mmm Will Take V For Cbanfle of WINNIPEG, Jan. .Ca ot the'challenge ot array petit as contented for by the defense In the' caw M the seyea remaining utrike leaders, eemmsnced In the aaslie court today, Judge 0. Patterson of the...couin ly'court, and H. B. fore man ofvthe, being Bw.orn. as defense alleges thai Uw saerlfl, aafl'his wilfully mUcon'ducted tkemselvas In handling Jury -for, the trial ot the -strike loaders. 'V'1 counsel Intimated that sev- eral'days" would-be: taken up-by tkto C.', CANADIANS DIDNT REACH PARIS FOR LABOR LEAGUE MEET .'PARIS, Jan. governing tody Internatlonsl labor organ- Siatlfri Its tint meeting this noreluc. The board rerifled the cre- dentials ot the various representatives ita membership accredited to the govenuneois, the employers aud the labor, alt o! whom were pres- ent the delegates who were, delayed en route, and the AtaerlcauG, absent became ot the nou ratification of the treaty creating the labor organisation embodied In the treaty'of Versailles. The delegates In aUandane'e. Included German repre irpose of tho defense to draw the in- nv SUFFERED DAY NIGHT Tte TortSK fit Dyspopsii By _______ _____ nlght'ieisloii until the trial .was con- _ TOklOl Jan. (By- Associated Prass) The foreign In state- ment Issued today" Japan acquired tie' and Interests in Shantung .by .Tl the pettca, hut. thai in ,purj uance. of Us ews repealeu decjara; _ A motion of renne for the trial of- strike' leaders was by acKased, John Queen.- today.-'i The hearlni; of the until alter the Inquiry, MfTQiieen being liberally crit- icised for bringing a motion of this character Info court dnrlng the second week of the trial. Mr. Justice He'Uilfe said that it ap- peared to htm as though someosa was trying to'fisake'the'proceedlngs of the court appear foolith. sad acreemeatt, J'apaa' hasi In- Limi D'oi, 0. B. "I lerriblo sufferer frosi tad for had after (mi eonsUat headaches a'nd d.itl oot sleep weUatiiUjht; Mil Mf to IB the- Constipation corrected and toon I wu frco of pain, ud' that mlMHtbia feeling that aceunpaiilesbyspepila. I continued to tike thii splendid fruit medicine. and DOW 'I aoi.wjell, strong nOJBBKT NEWTON. 500. a box, 6 trill At all d tilers or sent postpaid by Limited. Ottawa. (WINNIPEG, -Jan.; Witt a north wind at 16 miles aq hour and a heavy enbwttorm, street' car traffic is badly 'here today, Many persons liTlos; in the suburbs were forced to watt to "wort The temperature. was not only four below sepo btlnf reglhered, the highest in the prairie proTlices. Snow- 'reported from many throng hooV jhe west with tem- considerably lower. SSL 'atruolei, 1U make overtures io Ihe Chinese ff meat 'as (1) The Jipaaese government do- sites to open regaiMny the retrocession ot Klahu-Chua -.Bay and other measures with 'the-view- -'at effecting a ment and hopes that tie Chlneae IOT- emment will make tions. (2) With regard tp troops along the Shaitung railway, Japan intends to withdraw them'as'soon as possible; even before 'reaching an agreemeni with Chin unless the absence- of ether railway of communlcationsrand.'the-lnteresta both of Japan and her-'partner, -lu which case the JapaneM will garrison the railway until the Chinese govem- msnt has orginUei a railway-force'.. Since, howererj Japan'.desires draw even a Japanese-Chinese agreement has. Japan hopes for the earliest possible, declara- tion of Chinese, govern- ment; stjuxjard.sjetpers ou (be.second sec- vho.fere eeverely. bfougbt'.iQ whll many. sustaiiied minor .cuts an cruises. ___ l_- occurred at yes- terday at that'trrne "th mercury "was "about 15 below zero, relief out; from-her .with doctors-and nurses ar the.injured broughtihere. tor.fu ther treaUiient after being given--fin ,--..f i i i J.'A. Campbell, wl open, a .lnqueat._ Jw o'clock this afternoon when member of' b'e' Tltnejses in; an- attempt' to establls responsibility (or. the, smash.' The track was a sho time" of. tEe' .coaches till) lie pn their i riitcfi. ,'TW..Winnipeg.'train .'which w'aii here fpr; about- two' 'hours was abfe- proceed. EXCHANGE MS1SPOIYEI Jan, on lUMan "and German eicha'ngo ropped'lo iww lour levels In the local arket today. Pemand bllb on the oubd 'sterling'.were quoted at 3.60, f 2V4 from Saturday's close nd'iio abiree the record low. Vrauc iwks were quoted at tho rate of 2.27 for the dollar, and lire checks t- the rate of 14.42. The German between 23 and 2t'cents wfore the war, was quoted-at ents.-r .The.premlnm on Canadian money-is ho New York market-registered-a harp-'advance of 1C 1-10 per cont. Demand sterling later dropped1 3.59 1-4, a new low record. FranQ dropped flvo centimes from ipenlng quotation to a new low, 12.32, ind'lire checks werc'domi to 14.44; Jarks declined to 1.02 cents. j. TORONTO, Jan, have no Intention or desire to engage In any, other sphere work than the one in which 1 am eogaged. .The reorganization of the militia of Can- ailu presents qulto a sufficient number of problems for said Arthur Currlo when interviewed today with regard to Genera! Victor Odium's SUE- gejltoa he shoufd 'bo 'the'next leader of the-Unionist party. "1 gard tho suggestion of General Odium as a Iribule from one of raj1 old brig- adiers. He would make a much more successful and. useful member of par- llamntt than ho added.' General Currle -ivas In conference today -win officers .of the Toronto military district respecting Izatlon of the rallltla, which he predicted an early menL WATCH FOR THE MIDNIGHTMAN' Stories of OTTAWA? Jan: ;2f -Wractc At.a' Quarter to' PARIS, The jeply to the refusal of the.- Dutch government to comply- with thi the allies for the" stfrtehijer' of former 'Emperor otCKsrniany was sun- ject taken1'. ip i at'" tho meeting niorfling 'of amhassa- dcrs, carry on the urifln- the. .supreme council of th'e peace conference which It was' decided that the exports should of. the. case and which probably '.jrifl' he' submitedi of tba coau- cifarihe' Seginnlng' of next week. in .the council did nrit 'disbldri1 .tiiejtrend of opinion among he than ap- peared'-'.td' iMvUta' ,vlewi thall tho legal Edmopton reported 30 below zero, CUcary 26, 25, Saskatoon M, Hat 12. (Continued: trom Front Pmje) tie Injured who wens promptly mored to North six proceeding to the hospital MANY ON FIRST S Wrp ihis the nien' from the. North'. BayVwreck'1 arrive'd, ;.rather badly; dini aged, at the Central sUlIou en'rrou-te" to men "who the train'were" the 'difling'ctt tho first train and'all or them visible The men ar- riTed.were B. stew- Coljiai, :chef; James Mlt-. fcopkj; pantry- Syink and H. -Twoipf the'.crew who were '-least R. Jarn- -'and -Sk-Ferreri, stayed behind-, damag- ed dining car-6f the'second: section in; order r thoVe V sU1Hat- the t-. :was toup propped, up with and had bfcomo'the How? When? Wliere? AB Christians hope for, all Christians long ior the second coming of pur Lord. Because of the many conflicting creeds, i ew have Scriptural understanding upon the matter. FOR A CLEAR, CONCISE, BIBLICAL PRESENTATION DON'T FAIL TO HEAR ION Most ot the _ "Laxativo Bponto Quinine Tablets" Be sure you get the Genuine Look for this signature MAY COULD NOT WORK uid Strong bj E. FmVham'. Veg- Compound. CoJeibla, nrj weak and down aad had dragging-down pains 'and pains in my back.' I could I rot get srooad to do my work and had to sit down and. rest oftenduringthHay. I1 saw LydiaE. Pink- Ifcsm's Vegetabls Compound adver- j ami read tlie testl- I monials, solthourht I1 would try it Now llambealthiertbaal ______r womai) suffers as I did." ELfMirra MAT, B.P.D. No.1, CalemWa, Pa. The PinVham'a tahle CompoanJ In so successful In over- way on but some were. here by the Caaadran Pacific Railway until monilng and then tent on to their destlWitions, All; except few o( tboae.pertODT! killed or Injured now left here, to 'con- tinue their Journeys. There' were many Immigrants on the first section ot the train, nearly all of them Scot- tish, bound for western points, but escaped with minor bruises.- A particularly pathetic feature of tie fatalities was the killing o! Mrs. Peden and her two children who were bound for Vancouver. George Raammsen and his wife, who were on their wedding trip from Denmark to Seattle, were both In- jured. and Mm. W. lOetnm and Mrs. Katherine Klemm, ST., all of Calgary, wh'o occupied a drawing-room in one of the smashed standard sleepers! all suttvrad Injuries. All three are In the hospital here. Officials at noon stat- ed that it WM expected that all pat- ients in the hospitals would recover. All the were among per- EOIM riding in the last coaches of the stalled train. The crew of tha second engine escaped Injury, the only C.P.R. employee In the list being a porter named Simons, ot Montreal, who was killed outright PALLI8ER MANAGER LOBES HIS HAND A menage re- celred here states that Arthur Benag- lla, manager of the Palllser hotel, Cal- gary, Ud the Banff Springs hotel, Banff, had his right hand amputated yesterday as a result of the O.P.R. ac- oldent near North Bay. Find Two Bodies MONTKEAts Jan. Reports to the Canadten Pacific Railway company otflcee here this afternoon described the removal of the wrecked Pullman car and the finding underneath it of two bodies, that ot a young man and a woman. The man's body Is beliov- ed to be that of Beale, son of O. S. Bealo, Vancouver, and tlie woman's that of James Tllloy, Vancouver. Jtfr. Tllley.was also killed In the wreck. DID FLAGMAN FAIL IN HIS DUTY? NORTH BAY, Onl., Jan. There Is an element of doubt existing 3.3 to whether a flagman, sent back to flag the second lection of Canadian Pac- ific Hallway train No. 1, a mllo and a half cast of Corbell, on Sunday morning, carried out those duties properly. A flagman was sent back from the stalled first section" of the rlnln but the official Canadian Pacific Hallway stato ment Issued at noon today aays It Is not eitahllshed thai the Iraln was properly (lagged according to proced- ure. The engine crow of the first section had fought Wtln agalnit a IS below zero temperature for hours find on reaching that point on tho lino, day he all-tn car: from treio, Ing; silrer' when" "a ".bijt shock. I rosbed yiroush j tralat to the back there came -.a '.iecond shock worse than tis flrst. it threw nfe'the' whole length of the car and'I'la'nded' on my .hip, heaklng .It. "I don't know what caused the sec- ond collision, unless the train that ran Into-as, backed up and ran Into us a second time; I understand this some- times happens in collisions." All the men agree that the first sec- tion of the train had. only been stop- ped a few minutes when the wreck occurred. They would not state whether the time had been whether tho time the train had been standing was nve or twenty- minutes, INCREASE IN HOMESTEAD ENTRIES LAST YEAR OTTAWA, Jan. was an Increase of over fifty per cent, in the number of homestead entries filed during the calendar., year 1919, com- pared with the saroo period in Ihe.figures being 6623 for last year and 4376 for the year before. Native bom Canadians made up llio greatest number of tho homesteaders last year, the total being 2135; British born came neit with 1728, of which 1229 were English, 357 Scotch. lind 151 Irish, and Americans'third with 1325. INTO BROADWAY" mm OF WINNIPEG, MAN, At tlie International Bible Hall (Next Door to Greenfield's- Store) REAR OF1 DOMINION BLOCK- honest and earnest thinking .people are welcomed. January 28th, 1920 AT P.M. Mr. Roberts is a travellihg representative of the International Bible Student's As- sociation. He is a pleasing speaker of fascinating delivery, and all bear testi- mony to the fairness of his presentation. NO COLLECTION RHEUMATIC PAINS HnMai's Wbarri Oil A'safe'and harmless preparation- to relieve tlic pains of Sciatica. Lame Back and Lumaago is Hamlln's Oil !t penetrates quickly, drives out .soreness, gnd limbers up stiff aching joints and muscles. You will find almost daily uses for il in cases of sudden mishaps or ac- cidents such as sprains, bruises, cuts, bums, hitos and stings, just as re- lisbic, too, for earache, toothache, croup and colic. Get it from druggists for 30 cents. If not satisfied return the bottle.and get yonr money back. Ever constipated or hare sick headache? Just'try Wizard Liver pleasant little pink pills, 39 cents. Guaranteed. _....... ills is because it con- tains properties cf good old fashioned and herbs. wnuVhact