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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUR DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, JULY 1919 Propaganda of the Siviels Ex- Behind "Y Hungarians liONUOX July The extent of Ihe propaganda of the Soviets in Vienna to bring a revolution la German-Austria is shown by an article in Her- llngste Tidende. of Copenhagen. This papsr learns from Vienna that accord iaf lo a report made to the Austrian government by the police president CVELPH, Ont., July singular casa was revealed here this rnorulug whtu Ertel Huber, In the form of Untied States soMler. ap- peared in police'court I'nargad'vrllh being a defaulter under the Military Service Act. Ho was arr'estei) at Kll- chener a week ago and jfenmnded un- til today. N- evidence was to the effect tliat tlie accused went to the United States early-iu 191? and then came back again. While hew was compelled 10 register under the Military Service Act and then appeared for exemption, which was He finally en- listed at Detroit the Tnlted States array and'went to franco last July. The court catue to the con- clusion that he went to the Vntted III Vienna which Is based oa j States to evade service and fined him documents' recently found at the Hun-1 garlan embassy In Vienna, the Hun- garian ambassador expsnded no less than 60.000.0W kronen for" bringing about a revolution in German-Austria The documents further show that Mkola! Lemne the Bolshe- vik premier, had appointed the Hun- tarlan Bol-he'-m Be lelhelm as pirtr dictator in that an eiteniive of the proletariat and high stale offfcjals were planned and ihit tho state hank was to be eulered from embassy through the severs Siily million kronen, the report add- FINIflE Mon., July 28-One Week Only-Aug. 2, Sat, _ we we forced to limit our July Stle this year to six days. Only by our having bought ahead of are to keep prices allow level, and when you get prices such cing offered Sale Week it practically means lest ttun today's wholesale cost. w' J are being ed, were to be expended in bribing 'the police. (Vulcan Advocate) Elizabeth, Shephard, Hiy, lie Provincial Police jlCourl ou the. 17lb last, charged by the Department of Child- ren, under Sec. 12 of the Children's -------------------------Protection A'cl, with tho ill-treatment IMPORTANT DISCOVER! Of her son. Chris Sherhard, aged nine "fir UPM VTITP flRF IN rears. Accused pleaded not gnilly OF HEMAlllb OKt, "Evince .Ws given for the prosecu- PORT ARTHUR DISTRICT lion by D. JlcPaersou and D. ________ Sbarpe tru tees of -the Sunny Glen POFT Ont JuV, School testified thai they had been of the most i-npor ant M eovene "lied to the school and found hematite" ore ever made in the north- ern Ontario district was reported to- day.-by, the McKenjie-Mann interests on Steep.Rock near Atikokan. A se'am of quartz fort} feerin thlckn" his b'en discovered by the d'amond drihing'process. .The discovery of this seam .of actiy id to mark development of iron ore In this, district. Peter of Niptgon has a diamond dnll Tvoriing on the Nipigou range and inv porfant discoveries a'e expected shori IT W S Longworth has opened up It R nch vein of quartz bearing V free gold, and a representative of the Co- :balt.Mining Corporation_has.-sent in a staff of to survey the 20 claims held the Longworth-peo; boy. Chris Shephard, the suffering from severe bruises 'on the back and anus. Evidence was given by C. C. Kadley. a farmer in the Relii Hill district, tbat the Loy had'ran away from home ami had gone to his farm and slept all night tn a grenary. Nellie E. Schneider, school teacher at Sunny Glen, gave evidence as- to the bruises on the boy and as to-his mental condition prior to and subse- gave expert Special Fjripes in all Departments-Furniture, Gar- pets, grapes, and Crockery I IT IS YOUr> ONE BEST CHANCE, and we advis e you to take advantajjie of it, as it will be a Ion g time before you get a chance like this to dependable furniture at such low que'nl to the thrashing. D- R K-B pie- evidence ks lo the .bruises Ihe boy had' received. Chris She'phard gave evidence thai jheilad received a thrashing from his! mother, which caused the bruises on, his.back an alarms. 1 lor the defence. Elizateth Shep-[ haifl gave' evidence thai she was Ihe! mother' of Chris Shephard and tha' MONCTON July At the request of the Dominion immigration department tthe of maritime provinces'have each ap- pointed repreaentativs ol the news paper profession to accompanv through Canada the National Editorial ot the JJnited Slates ith ch -will conveie in "Winnipeg July 28 x The governm-nt of >ew tfrunswlcft appointed J T Hawle, editor of the Jioncton Tran and that of Pnnce Edward 1s- landrappomted oi th1 Charloltetomi Eiaramer Air Cotton and Mr Hawte leave Moncton tonight and will proceed by irar of Quebec City over Cana dlaii Nalional to Winniper had ill-lrealed tbe -boy. alter-summing up the evidence, found Ihe accused sruilly of the charge and sentenced her to ilvl. mouths suspended sentence la Gaol at Fort Sa: Inspector Brook, ot ihe Children 5! Ihe case Jlr. L. Hi Slack, of Vulcan, on be- half of Ihe accused. TO PAY FOR CHICAGO. July Jt.'Siadel faar Tice precident of the Ooodvear Tire and Rubber company, mvner- the ill'ated dlngible which cost 131 lives and the Injun of 2S per aons wnen it burned and crashed- through the sl.yligbt of the Illinois Trust and Savings Bank Monday, has leaned a statement through his at torney saying the compan) mil pas all financial expenses caused by the accident entlrel} of its own free will TO RAISE CHICAGO RENTALS. CHICAGO, July ol apartments and houses in Chicago be increased from-10 .to 30 per cent. and in some caaes 100 per ce'nt., to meet the increased cost of operation -TMl estate dealers said today. Theee Increases "will go Into effect "when ttnants sign FORD COMPLETING GASOLINE CAR DETROIT, July and, cjatmgi have been completed forl and twoJiundred men are at work "rmJli'ng to .completion the new ni'-xiy gasoline car designed by'Htnry Ford Information was given the common council meeting by Charlei E manager of the FordMn tractor plant Sorencon stat- ed, will materlally'cheaperi ,transv parfatlon, as it can be money than 'either steam or electric cars. At soon car is ready it 1 will be given a test run over the Miehtgan Central tracks. from_ De- troit Chicaso In competition with the Wolverine, the fattest ex- prest train on the read. It is said to be capable of developing a of 95 miles per hour DINING, ROOM VALUES FUMED SAVE ON THIS So id oak dining Eillle m A rich fumed finish Butter enensloj tal'e and chairs Bullet top measures Tvith mirrored back One laigo linen and two small drawers and room} cablnel with shelf Extension table has -IS inch_ top eitendtag Id six feel with ire pedestal f hairs' >iave Ml with blocked corner jiad "cats covered In fabricoid 00 foi FUMED OAK SUITE SAVE ON TT MiJium size suite of eight pieces Bullet eilensi n table sbt chairs t has plate glass mirror in back top measures has room> cabinet ith two shelves at Mfe linen and two small drawers. Eiteusion table has heavy base, toij'42-J.hch eiteiia- _jng to sji-s'feel LbaitE Jiave covered in genuine full hoi frame MocVecf corners mating an esceplionallj strong chair 00 for 5100.01) LIVING ROOM UVING ROOM SUITE Thrco piece-'suile. Settee, chair and rocker. Very heavy frame, ma- hogany finish. Splendidly upholst- ered spring seal, tutted back, cov- ered !iii No. 1 jeather. A bolter class suite al reason- QP or liblo niice. 5120.00 for.. Another one. Stuff-over style, up-' holatered In No. Ivlcatlier. Frame Is1' ol- quarter' cut .oak, fuuied fiu- ifh, heaMl} upliol tereil Spring seal and back arms Ime edge orth at o 1 7 C least U75 llojOO J Dhranette, Chair Rocker Three-piece living, or deu siiile, fumed oak! cover- ing. Divanette ope'ns '.out into dou ble, bed, good rliuli spring all cotton mattress-making a very good bed for dally or spare: :use. Chair and rocker have spring seat and 'upholstered back. Good buy mg at 512050 bale I CARPETS Scliil .Blac O 00 SERVING TABLE in Queen Anne ruriod. Suecial 35.00 SILK TAPESTRIES AND.DAMASKS __ tj is lengths iist enough to that furniture at HALF PRICE GHAIRS AKD ROCKERS 147.50 Japanese SOBSON COMMISSION TO RESUME SESSIONS ROCKER con tructej fumeil 'oak roelter, and.'up'- bolstered back, covered in heavy quality lu for 15.00 A WORTH-WHILE COW July ted. polled, beautiful! coir, cnrasd by the Mar 'ch lone is of vhlch gave, one 'thousand gallons ot mll't annuallv, nas sold for OM at the sale ot th> telebraled herd. It Is Uio highcut iiriceipaid for that breed uf ,cpw' in Eojland. slons of the Robson 'committee, appointed by the provincial government to Investi- gate" the. cause of the .recent general strike, -n-ill be resumed Tuesday moni- ,11 Is eipecteu Iliat .the labor men will then have their'side of the ques- tion ready to put before comrais- FUMED OAK CHAIR AND ROCKER. All-over upholstered chair and rocltpr, spring seat back anil arms covered in gen- uine leather. A.veiV substantial, roomy and comfort for pair 'GOLDEN OAK' LEATHER ROCKER. Frame of selected quarter cut oak, gbldeu finish, spring seat and upholstered hack covered -1 A 0A green leather. for "ISFtOU HIGH CHAIR. of kiln dried had swing tray with guard underneath, adjust- able to any age o Onl> eadib'IU OAK ROCKER. Good strong of quarter cut dak.'fumed finish. Suitable for, hedrotfm oi nurse rocker. Well worth ta.50. Each rm4.20 SEAMLESS WILTON. Beautiful 'seamless Wilton, ,a true reproduc- tion of Orienlal Tree, of Life de- sign This carpet for exhibition purposes niidjs tho best grade of Willon prpcuraile, size 8il2. Worth af least- ?200.00. Special STENCILLED MATS. slencilled mats, sizft, Each AXMINSTER CARPET. One onl> Axniinster carpel, deep pile, size1 ground floral design in colonngs of red green and brown Reg rn fje ular Special JJilO INGRAIN RUGS. Good quality in- grain 5usl Ihe Ehing for bed- room, use. .Size M. o or BEDROOM BLACK WALNUT SUITE1 ATA SAViNG Uedroom .William anil Mary lienoil design Suite, consists of table bed (.lialr an I rocker Dresser has t-vo, extra large indyiwo small ilmyels with mirror, 26i42" Dresiiig has-trlplicale mirrors willi full drawer. Bed is full size iviih fhapeii panel ends. 4265.00 foi Each 2a fo Use Crtkma to Keep Har Fran Howtninytfmejhave given Alt to men Vho are losinj; tkeir bar o{ tealp irritation. At nighl nib Cult ten Ointment mto the scalp. raomin duropoo iritb CbtKvn Soap tnil hot water. A clean, health; mif miim good S 1 BOYCOTT TARIFF PROTECTED CALGARY, the recom mentations contained in'a resolution are carried out. of the Ti.K A. Mill Ctlabllsh yirtiially a boycott ol'the t'anailfati manufactures'vrhlch are protected by the taritf, and there- by; It la-hoped, at once increase the revenue of the country and compel the.Canadian Manufacturers' Associa; lloTi-to, abandon the policy of htgh pro- tection becausc'it'wUhceaso to pa SALE GOODS STRICTLY CASH tio Approvals No Goads Exchanged Freight Prepaid on Out of Town Orders CROCKERY DINNER :SET8. Very jiiualily Dinner rine decoration of leaf edge wilu small rose anil leaf effect in border heller, clasi eel al lov, cosl in KA Special per sel rtltvU SET. Eng- t lifli Semi-Porcelain-Dinner Set vot 07 pieces. Prelly blue line conventional design -1 o pe- sel 1O.3U All oilier Dinner Sels subject lo 10% dlncoiinl during sale, ROLL TOP UESK.'Well made Mouse desk In mahogany, lias pigeon holes and sinall iu top. Full derneally irith "helf he loSv. Iloll Top has double spring lock Finish is si ghtl> op nn marked Special LIBRARY TABLtS. Filmed oil; -library table, newspaper racks at entl -'.vilh drawer in lbp'L booJvshelf underneath. Sale Price 19.00 Anolher'one in funnjd oak, liaa full length drawer willi.' bouli shelf ''ale Price WRITING TABLE. Jlatlc of quorier clil oak golden finish. Hack on back for.envel: opes, cfc, wiUi gooilj' sized drawer AA for II.WU HOUSE FURNISHINGS COUCH COVERS; quality Couch -Covers grade lapcslry. Special, Heavy 4.00 SILKOL1NES. 3iis( rjghl tor covering comforters AQ- I'er-vanl tOC BORDERED SCRIMS.' Ten pieces of Ihesc spoils, ors. .Curtain your wind- OQ OW3 now. Per yanl CURTAIN RpDS.vBHra heavy 'extension curlain To 54 -Indict.. Regular ?1. Special ELEVEN BOYS. DROWN BOATS OVERTURN HULL BLOCK BAWDENBROS. Southern AJberta's Greatest Housefurmshers SPR1NOFJKLD, Mass.. July 25. Eleven ..boys, all members of. the Springfield boys' club, were drojvned this.afternoon In.Hfg Pond, East Otia, when a flat boat and Bfeieral canoes in Tvhlch they -were being towed, were tipped over by.high waves, FARMER DECIDES TO VIEW CROPS FROM AIRPLANE 1II1ANDOX, JuTy 11. Jltirchle, a farmer of Shoal'Lake dlfilricu will leavt: here tomorrow at 7 a.m. by, airplane.lo hotv hi.? arc _lfe be taken home by one ir. liall had laltifrly ncofne. tmtttm he Wrnlnjon.sovernmenU ot i every flelall-wJIl bo rcprp- uced Jin Calgary from 'Atfpisl 25th we lo at tie' eel bralibn whio'h' will be In ihu Slampeilo. .-is b< a Jnbl lallpji in JiOfflf.com_ipj( ol our victorious heroe-s, tlic Slampetle will WliO Hie form reunion of wcalern pioneers oE both' IhR Cana- dfnn and American Vest.- oiil llic io niake this llio grealesl of kind everjhefd on .the North Am6rfcah known '03 of Ocorga tnnc, A. R. Crossi and lion.' has bee'n formed to lake charge of the financial end undertaking, v.-lillc Vj. kj. JtkhsfdBon ia.aptlng frens- urei'. general- manager. Oiiy -who, It will .bo fcniembcred, J', licld vlii'OillgSiry': dorlnj.-llir n of pe'dc, special nadc for the nccommotlallon of tlie hounandK of visitors ivfio will o for thai week. Agreements lave been signed by rhany hotel an'd rcstaiiranli.propr'lclore guaranteeing Iliat (hero'will W no incrnaso'ln prices to Slampcde guests, butthnt beds nnd meals will he provided at the regular' rales. At the majority, of celebrations of llils kind charged exorbitant prices for accom- mdJallon, 'but lliB "Illg Four'' made IhlS ofio of the sllpnlalions upon which Ihcy Vonld go Into-.lhe Hffalr, thai ttirirn no till! gtAmpedn In 0ilgaryj-'' TKe..fsnaranlec was, the''S Kiworiln (Jluh, of rromluen business men, fins nodtrlakeit tp-coV duel anTtccotmnOdalloi. l.iire-aH. dnrinj Stampede week and will liave some ot-. Is own members In attendance -dnr-! ing the (nitlrc six days ,ip lake of otilsMp 'A prize lltl as exlcnslvt! as thd me being Calory has never before been 'offorad at an' tilfalf ol tills ftlml, giving'as It docs U5.000 ta cash M well at .oilier, Iho aild so forth. tAn-'ilmpotfant fentiiro of tills Slntiir nc'ilo'l) iho fuel Ihal-allypvollfs will go lo the Great War Velernns'-lAseO' ciallon, y.M.C.A. ami Salvollon Army. August JSlh to SOlli .Calsary will .bo "co.w oil Itifr llje'feoel' ing place