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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN I'HIUAY, JUNE 18, Such Is (he Verdict of Calgary Is Dis- missed, i CAUSA'RY. JUI19 i-bs" "A" servko badges of (be Fortes worn by i anyone vriilout (ear ot urosci-utiou.. providing such u person mil at-, israpt to any licncilt from, or obtain that which is mtint j for thosx vlie have auualiy served. the uruiy in wcs tlie find i ing of tb? Calgary rourt Thursday I morntns wlim a charge against T. A.. of tbe soldiers' civil llEhiueut iaccsligaiiou iciariincal.; (or wearing a buuon. was dismissed by Magistrate Sanders. j charge against llr. t'rcst wjs made iiy Harry Turner of'the mudiiral. department o( ilia S. C. Jt whii tesii-: fled that he bad scon a badge on Mr.' Frost's and he distinctly read j the- words: "For Service ;he[ Front'' slaraped on tlie bultou. Joseph Shaw, counsel for Uiu de-; fence, produced a section Irym thr order-ip-CDUocil. dated December -7. ISIS, repealing the War certain, exceptions. This repeal I'eojorcd Iho clause which made H an i offence (or anyone to wear ft returned soldier's badge. He said thai iu tbe! case of a man wearing such au em- Mem aui representing himseK to Iw returned soldier to gain certain art-! "vanlasos therefrom, would liave to -be out through tbe' criminal code, charging tbe man with; talfe prctcnccf. As a waiter of fact: Frost had notified lvas iTlie vouchers waalU Urge wss charged w ;l commons, iio-tom-lwr ltlo t a wew ol shljfued trWW'Lvto. 1930. ltrs.-y box sent from Knglap} Iu Oltawa. One boi WAS damaged, in shipment. I D. sought to ascertain jwby deinlled sccounU concerning ihe MP.CtW vi era not sent lo Cunada, explaining why no were rei-eutly. nej-al Huss that the iufl.ii- audit iu England, was ton- ln.K 1 slitered sufficient. o Ttkir ol ihe-j -Answering H. U. Morphy. cuniriuaa, i id Kosa suij be would welcome -n outet'cMj f'thCT a'.idit if only jlo urove tbo t'lK- 'cJiuv U would 'ake Ihrca ur fotir .vtars and pi-rrent i >-'Ost about a mlllfoii dollars. J. s allll jbl, U, Sinclair w lack uf de- i. dscus- oici1. uii sion broke oulV tlu just after tooj, THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA I General Huss a glowing tribute; :io [he work of the o'fico start i overseas. "It did Just ellec-siv? iwcrjt as uny ct nuy j I large commercial tinu in ilngland (orj (Canadn. Aud liiii." sJded the KCII j j erai. "iu spite ol niauy now dllficiilties i iaripiitK almoai tivery Uay." i -Tiiis siuff one, of the before Hoas tjW (bat since off'.rc In liiero was no! Jo'.lur by defalcations tn Kuv.'iiiil t'rauci1. tii'e amount ir. "dlf- K'rances" was fourteen francs. men -.wfo moitly office. AuiiilorOcncral SutlitrlauO iu-j tutl accounting after wituess looty icrjcctctl to Ibat detail luul never beeu Cleneral Crlcsbacli sug- ef sample files of i individual wen which .would clear Itw minds 'of committee iiietubyrs In a mojneut. agreed tu. 31G JEWELRY THEFT BY MONTREAL ROBBERS Juto last oul the [routs ot isvo tariie iu the ef M. Utg- maaufacturins Jeweler, at 7 i illcury fireol. in tlie besrt of Ihe city. Ptolo dlainonilE, iilatlnaui and gold jewelry talucil ai JStf.OOO. broke u Dciphuoring ollice and slolo a cloto which they' used to deaden tho si-uuJ of the cxplsslon. FRENCH SOLDIERS KILLED NUMBERED i CUT GERMANY INTO STATES HKitUN. Juno Kizher- jcr. former vlco-prcmicr ami niiiibtcr j uf finance, is udvccaUug it plan for n dldsion of Gerriianyjlnto stales' iof ctiual'size. lie would i-ui I'rnssa; into several.cyual aud Indeiisail states. QUIET IN MESOPOTAMIA LONDON, Juno torls emanaline from Persia, to the effect that fresh> distuHiances had hroVen out in Mesopotaniifl, were met hero With the statement today thai Ibo latest official'rcports from Meso- potamia said Ibo situation iras much quieter. The 'town of Tellafar, fo Ihe north- west of llcscul. which was temporar- ily lost to the British, Is again In tboir hands, it is staled. BAR SILVER YORK, June Dar silver, VAHISi June offi- fii'ial alaSstics of Ihc Ministry of war files the total number of J-Teorh soldiers killed dur- ing the great war ai Of 'this number ihe details of the fate are. unknown, according to tbe -Matin. hour for from Ceylon.. British grown in Ceylon's liill gardens. Blended from the finest grades, has a flavor that is unsur- passed. Serve Lanka- at Tiffin Time. BRAID CO. Vancouver, Canada AUSTRALIAN ENGINEMEN V CAUSE BAD TIE-ClP Create Gas, Sourness and How To Treat, Pain. authorities nearly nine4cnth ot the cases of stomach trouWs. indigestion, burn- ;nlng, gas, bloating, nausea, etc., are MELBOURNE, -Australia, June Engiuomen in the eleciric jiowcr sta- tibcs 10 the number of SCO, have slruck. H is estimated thai the light- ing and cooking arrangements of 000 families are effected. Many fac- tories arc idle. The streets and rail- way .aUUoss out urbs yra in darkness. Efforts are be jug made to maintain a limited supply of ejecirjclfy, for hospitals and J iiiatitutions. The tnram service will I cease tals evening.to conserve the pOR-er Bupply. The enginemen em-[ p'oyet] in: the gorerunicnt cold jstcr-} age planis also struck, Iciving thousands L_' cnrcaases to spoil. Tbe government officials are.doing .tlieir utmost to cope wllti tbe situation. In- to forecast a worse upheaval than ibat of 1917, it is BOMS EXPLODES IN THEATRE; FEW INJURED HAVANA, Cuba. vj members of the chorus and a numlvr v j of persons in tbe audience, one- uf v them serioiisiy. when a bouili was ex-' ploded during u iierformance at Iho' Nalional Theatre; Kunriey aftcruoon! Tho explosion occurred in tho early I part of tho eecond act of the opera, shortly before Enrico Caruso was duo to for hv last'psr- formancc here. Panic was narrowly averted, largely through the cou1.- headedneSs of Ihe director and 5ovcr-i al- musicians v.-ho played Uie Cuban national anthem. The police have arrested the theatre painters on suspicion but have been, unable'lo find a motive for tlie out- rage. due to an eicess of hydrochloric: acid I feared all the trade organizations will ID' the stomnclf and not as some be. j eventually be involved, in the present' lieve fo a lack of dlgestire Juices. The movement, lining is irritated, dl- gejation i? delayed and food Koure, causing tue disagrttahle symptoms! CONCILIATION BOARD which every stomach sufferer knows WILL SIT ON JULY 17 well. WI.VNMPCO, June Justice Artilicial digeslents are not needed IT. G. Mathers, chairman of Ihe.hoard in such cases and may do real harm. of conciliatrbo, which will InvesligatD Try laying aside all diyeative aid.? and the dispute 'between the' Canadian instead get -from any :i few ounces of Btearatod Magnesia and lake a tcRspooftil in a quarter glass at- water right after This sweei- eas the stomach, prevents Hie for- niation ot eicess acid and Uiere Is no .sourness, gas or pain. IMsuraicd Mag- nejia powdKr or tablet nev- er liquid or milk) is'harralfds to the slomach. iccijteuflvc {o lake and Is the most efficient form of magnesia for stomach purposes. It fa used hy thousands of iieople vi'lio enioy their tnealK no more fear of indigestion. AUTertisouienl. Northern Kiffress Company and its employees uelween Halifax and Van- couver, over wage differences, an- nounced today thai (he first meeting will held in Winnipeg on Thursday, June 17. J. Winnipeg, will represent the employers and Fred Bancroft, Toronto, Ihe men. ALL KINDS OF LADIES' WEAR Also Gentlemen's Silk Shirts- Made to Order. SIUMOW" Moveato4164thAve.S. BOLSHEVIK ADVANCE IN NORTH LONDON-.-. June Bobh-1 vlk forces huve again advanced on the northern end of -the Polish front, ac- rordiiis to a wireless dispatch from Moscow quoting an official statement I issued there yesterrtaj'. Soviet siic- ces5as on other BftcHon.s of the )iim i are also reported. Steamship For full information re sail- injrs and rales'on C. P. R. CUNAfiD WHITE'STAB AND ALL OTHER LINES. Apply THEt ROSSITER AGENCIES fliglnbotriEim Block, Phone 1412 Information JTWO YEARS'J MILITARY TRAINING FOR FRENCH T'AIilS. .lime IT. Reduction of imli- s 1 tary service lo less lhan two years is l-.; at the present time. 8aid M. minlsler of war, while ex- I plaining the main iioints ot Ihe pro- jjecled reorganisation of Ihe army lo Nature intended women io "10 mllilary romniittee of Ihe chain- hcallhy acd happy'as Ihc'day loos, instead o[ being sick and wretched. But how can anV'womafi bt 'healthy nnd happy ihc nervmn syslcui IB unstrung. The trouble is j they pay more alleiUion lo tlieir social i und household duties than they do to their health. Is il any wonder then lhat llicy become Irritable and nerv- OU3, Imo hot (lufhtiH, falnl'alnl spoils, smothering and sinking become weak and nci'voiis; every- thing in life becomes dart and gloomy Mllfiurn's Hciirt fend N'crvo I'tlls arc very remedy lhat rcrvotis, Urod 'out, .-jreary women need to reatorr Ihcni to the blessing ol Rood hoaiih Mrs. P. II. Ryan. Sand I'olnl, N. K.. havo a grrat cr Irorti norve (rouble, I WHS iveak flnd ncrrous 1 couhi not jfloep al and my appetite was very roo.r. 1 coulA not walk arrows thn floor n'ilh out trembling. I had hot flushes Htitl fainting spells. When 1 was on my second bdi of JJllburu's Hear! Nerve -PIHs-1 h.egan to fdol tiotier and kept on tmttl I had siv felt like a different per son, 1 am never without ihem in ihe lioueo and recoramenrl them to all who suffer wJlh their Price 50c a hoi at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by 'Jim T. Milburt Co., Limited, Toronto, .Onl.-Aduit her ot of French In the Orient was dis cussed the inlnlEler who declared that. lorref, r.ov iu the Xear num- bered seventy Ihousaml men, ntosl ol the organisations Ihere being colonial regiments. PRINCESS BETROTHED .hmo sbeth, cldfsl rtauchlor nf Klnp r'rrdin- snil Qurr-n Mnri" uf Uiiiiianla. i.i beirolhcrl to F'nure (iehrgo ol Kparla, brclber of Alexander of tircccf, acronllne to here. Kinn ror.stiiiiiiiK: of flbdit-.-i'.cfl .liini: 15, be acc'tiii- panlerl Iiy bis dldrsl sou, G-eorpf'. imd llic f'rinc.css hflh fif hrcji rcpnrted In have bnen linrolhcd lo a nunibt-r al Ktiroiitan iu Iliu lust two years. MAKE N'obcdy how loaded wltli coal found at lone a car nn a siding been but an empty bird's ncsl was ,cred on the brako bean. IRON BRASS CASTINGS AND FORCINGS" OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND KEEP-IN STOCK MASTER DEARS INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL PINIONS GRATES OVERSIZE PISTONS PISTON RINGS STUBS CANNON BEARINCiS COUNTER bEARIfCa CRANK DISCS WRIST PINS 2 AND 4 ARM CLUTCHES Ami for Case, llcflvM, Kmalcy and other iiKikfp fif fcteam and have thp. dost for slralfhtcniiig Irueintc Crank Khalls, Re- uoiiJis; I'sllndcrs. ami cloini; olb- cr >nacliioc work. Other farmers have these big advantages Electric light Jn the stables; 'garage and other buildings. Power for separator, puihpj grindstone, fanning mill and any otjier light machinery. Running water wherever required, TheW" Power and Light Plant is the biggtst form improvement because it ables every fanner to have these advantages. It'mcans more comfort and (jDnvenlence; more work done in less time; better light; a saving of time, labor and- cipcnse. Ita raany utilities mate your farm worth more. Come in and it in operation. E. A. Sharman Go. I, H. C. Agents 'Lttlibridge 1233-1235 5nd Agent for Fairbanks-Morat Power and Light f fonts and I.abv- and Electrical Equipmtn i ORIENTAL STARS Dance-Sensation) Tiutv orieal al cJ lUa wonderful MW danc full of lively muric by "Ml- Sahara i o u'll f- Mi: Miitcr'i Sahara is on cppcaiw dtr.d by (hli (Amoui pxchtitrv. Hecud J06 Latest Hits in the Dance World on "His Maker's Voice" Records Make Thai Trombone Foi Trpt tUny nun'i Kove foiTrol Nordty Venetian TVot Vin j Roic of Waihlnftloo Fpi Tiot i Yen tpi Quart_eL] BlUy Melody FoiTror Come, play One Step Httitft Orstuilra In My Snect Llulr Mice Blue [2lilll Billy -Mutraj-'s Mta) blc-iJdcd aowoii tale Any "His Master's Voice" dealer. vrlll gln'dly play any selection you to hear and demonstrate the Victrola rfd by B 1 i WeAre Agents For The VICTROLA and VICTOR RECORDS .Large Stock of Both from which toSelect. Mason Rftch, Limited Balmorql Blcck Lelhbridge, Alberta i We have the Largest and Best '-..Asspr-ted Stock of Victor Records- in Southern Alberta. MLLIS PIANO STORE -'HOME ,OF CANADA'S BEST' 70.73rd.Avf. S. Hull Blcck Phone 662 The Letbbridge Iron Works Co. PHONE 332 LIMITED. PROVINCE OF AXBERTA; To Wit: Hy virluc of'a of Exftnlion isoiitd yut the IJJstrif.t Conn nf al Ilie iuil o[ JOE A. POULIOUT, Plaintiff, and HOMER E, BENSON mi BERT CLAUGHER, Defendants, and lo me: against Iho Goodri nnd Chattels of Homer K. Bemon and P.r.r: Clausher, 1 hwc xcizf.d and iii'Kcn into i-ieculion tho' following DOOUB and'Challels', namely: ONE REGISTERED fERCHERON STA WEIGHT 2200 LBS. COLOR DI-ACK. COMING EIGHT YEARS OLD. WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE ON Monday, tbe 2ht Day of June, 1920 AT BONNELL'S LIVERY BARN, THIRD STREET, LETHBRIDGE AT THE HOUR OF IN THE AFTF-RNOCN MALCOLM YOUNO, Sheriff. Judicial Dlslrlcl Lothbrldgc. Office: June lOlh, 1920. Katg3jMii.ujm.ioj imM JJUBU j m i AN IMPORTANT MEETING WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY, JUNE 19th AT P.M. IN THE SCHOOL HOUSE AT COALDALE To make arrangemculs fur dipping cattle on Uavldton'i farm on Jutio 21lli, Ihe dale set by the eovernmeril. I Farmcr.3 and Slocl; ownera Hrc urgoir to.attend so thai ade- quate preparation may ho made for IMPORTANT A .Mnctdlgof Ihc COALDALE WATER UiERS' ASSOCIATION will be held in Ihe School at Co.iidala In conucclion wllh the caltls dipping mcellliK held ON SATURDAY EVENING. DO NOT FAIL TO ATTEND ;