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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBHIDGE DAtyY HERALD, TUESriAY, JUNK-15, 1920 UNEARTHED BY FERME POLICE From Noon to Dark to MoTf Find From Cache. (Special to the Herald) FERNIE, Sliteea thou- sand dollars worth of liquor. three hundred aatl of balded goods and two barrels of thirty-sit each tud three of twenty gallons was tic aroouul of the haul made by Chief of Clly Police Lawson and Constable Clarliton last Friday evening from a room In McLean block, adjofntns the Hotel here. At the hearing before Magistrate Wblmtiir Seturday, Mr. Win. Kerr. who claims to be the owner ot the stock of liquors seized, stated that thero were about two hundred cases of jollied goods and two barrels and thrco iejs of liquor In bulk, but when Chief Loweon, assisted by Con- stable Clarkstcn and special Constable and half a dozen workmen. transferred the cache from the room (o In ihe city Jail, they found by actual count that there were 562 casts three kegs and two barrels In ihe lot, and ii took six trips with a large it will remain pending legal proceed- ings. The work was begun BOOU after the upon hour and It was after six o'clock when Ibe last barrel roll- eJ dowu the steps leading to the base- ment of the city hall. The evidence of Cbief LawEon vras taken Saturday forenoon and Cnn- stable Clarksion and others were swora and. gave evidence coroboca- tive of thft chief. The Crown, represented by Saer- wood Herchraer, rested, and Mr. Kerr, who claims ownership ot the stock of Honors and that he had it stored ia his room, which was his private resi dence, for his c-wu private use. was the-only witness called in defense. F. C. Ljwe, of the firm of Lawe Fisher, defended and'sct up the claim as sworn-to by Mr. Kerr. After Herchmer gave notice that he intended to call witnesses in rcbutal, the magistrate adjourned the case further hearing Monday morning at lea-thirty o'clock. It was after this adjournment that the removal and checking of quan- tities of.-fiquor took plaoc. Mid the correct amounts will be pat In evi- dence at tomorrow's sitting. 11 is evident from'the course taken by the defense on Saturday that the truck to traasport it to ihe jail where I claim of a private residence will bo 10 up in the morning tired and unrefreshed, with a dull, heavy head, often amounting to headache, to feel low- spirited and "blue" symptoms of self-poisoning by food poisons, not neu-' tralized or eliminated by bowefe, liver and kidneys acting in harmony. Beecham's Pills help to remove die cause of this trouble. They act ly and safely; but also very effi- ckntiy. box. bid er. Chewing AN IMPORTANT PUBLIC MEETING WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY, JUNE 19th AT P.M, IN THE SCHOOL HOUSE AT To make arracgcmcnls fw dipping catlle on John Mcp. Uavidson's farai on June Iho dato set by the government. rarrocrs and Slock (rimers are urged lo attend so that atjo- and Mrs. Robinson, a ton> Mr. and Mrs. B. Dalton, a son, v Mr. and ilrs. Tyler, daughter. r" Mr, and Mrs. C. Miller, a sen. MIrs Keilh. much benefit from his flsit. Ho spent a with us. and then returned. .Mrj. Elmer Wheeler, who was visit- is her mother-in-law in Kimhall re- turned to parents' home ia Rich- ell Us'. Wednesday. Mr. Tamer of Hacko was a business visitor In Milk River last week. iira. Mark Collet was a visitor In HUk Hirer last week.' Oa her way Itocie spent a day with her hus- who Is working tor Mr. Harvey on the: old Uurns rauch. MM, Violet Murphy and family spent s lev weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Carter ot Del Itcuila. We sincerely andedeeply regret to Iho ieath cf Juno Tyler, ago I twelve years underwent aii oper- atiou for ap'pendlcltis iu the Canister hospilsl. Sliu Is Oio.eldPSt daughter of Mr. W. who was formerly a resident of Cardston; also, she was one of tho Ur8t children to attend tho Del Bonlta school. She was well liked and tull'ot fuu so her death .Is, deeply felt by all her ilttls com- panions. IT, S. Government agents along tho Mexican border were instructed to watch for Grqver Cleveland millionaire draft evader, supposed -to be motoring to some point oil the boundary line. OVER-EATING tk asked to aKeni wlicthijr members of the U.r'.W.A. or not. as ihis a co'oil cause. Mr. l_ett (linn gave an Interesting address en parliamentary rules, which very inleresUng and instructive Meeting closed by slnsing "Ocd Save (he lo icec! v> Saturday, .lull 10th, A "BUNCH" of joyous boys and girls on a bicycle ride! How they do breeze along the smooth, level stretches 1 What fun! What exhilaration I But pity that poor boy on the hard-running bike. he has to pull on the handles and push on the pedals to keep up with those on the easy-running C.C.M. Bicycles. It's no joy ride for him. And the strain is always there, to some extent, even when he only runs errands on his hard-running bike. Overtaxing the strength of a growing boy or girl is to be avoided. It might lead to serious consequences. Be safe. Buy your boy a C. C. M. C. C. M. .Bicycles lor boys and girls are built of the same high grade materials and with the same skilled workmanship as the adult models. They have the same special con- struction that gives the easy-run- ning direct line The same case-hardened polish- ed bearings that turn so smoothly. The; same strong, safe. "Fish- reinforced1 And, they have the new Hercules Positive Drive Brake ..Coaster _ Brake without a side-arm. a light, strong, easy-run- ning bicycle waiting for your boy or'girl at the G. C. M. dealer's right now. He will be glad to show it to you. Also ask to see the' new 18-inch Curbed Bar bicycle the boy won't outgrow, Wktiercr yea sp In Cnxii you win find C C.M. Service. Loo It for Ihil Ovtf 1.000 C.C.M. So- viet In -This trade matk !i.i.On the frame of every C.C.M. Bicycle, GCM Bicycles M 90% Made in t Canada Cycle Motor Co., fciimted Montreal, Toronto, WESTON, ONT., Winnipeg, Vancouver 104 We Are Agents for the Columbia Bicycle and All C. C. M, Repair Parts. 0. REPAIR SHOP 817 THIRD S. ;