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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta J ft i K X PAGE EIGHT JUW fiWES V THE LETHBRIDGE DA IL1 HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1918 F NOT GUILTY nude ;i statement to the e.feet that. Quoug Sang is suffering l>om fuber- | cukir trouble and N in h.id condition, land It wou'irt not be humane 10 bring him Into court, at t;: >ule was called ' i off. However. so:ue very imod prices ' were paid, amon^ them bolus the sale of the rod hull lAoyd George for 3 ."�.$.">. The prices on Hie average was round ahour five minutes with a verdict guilty.- | Other Case Apjournod j This morning the case against Frank ; Vee. another Celestial, on a charge of 3'ahrvaiing evidence in rhe preiimin- ' tit nmr x. nry of the T11 g Sam and Mali Shoo that he has ptvspeet cases, -aas ro hare started bur fivw.i rrospcn'or i'onybcare stated ihat QuoKg Sanii. a material witness for the crown could no; be present, nr. l.afierty was present ijj court and Pat rick states for selling all the remainder of tin* shipment at privaio sale. The faet :hat "ver Sim� bulls will be put on the market a: C'alirary next week had the e:'i\v: of causing bidders tb wait. Carter's Open-Air Exercise anil iver Pill title are 4w9 spteudM things For Const If you can't get all the exercise you should h^vc, its all the more important that you ha_ve the other u-led-and-truo remedy for a torpid liver and bowels which don't act freely ar.d naturally* ^&g9K||\jHr\ I t��Jj Take one pill every night; more only ^BK^HP^iWiJiDf I when you're sure its necessary. Small !>> Smt;iPrk� " A- (CARTER'S! 1TTLE IVER PILLS. **SptM'i,tl to t In* 1 iiTatd1* i'ei'nic. March lh). -The coroner's inquest which was to have taken place last hie*In upon the case of Albert Kaleta. a miner, who was killed on the liirh inst. in Number One Mine, j q South. Coal Creek, had tn he post- ! pimod for eii;ht d;iys in order to permit of Coroner Thomson submitting a] losal point which arose over the com-! position of the jury, to the Attorney-General at Victoria for decision. The jury is composed of Wm. H. . rhillips, foreman, and AVm. Totter, i W. Kobson. Wm. Perry and James i\lr*! l.auphlin. The first, four names are ! those of miners, mid it was to two of j these. Hunter and Potter, that Sherwood Hi rchmer, net ins for the Crows Nest Pass Coal Co.. objected, noon ! the ground that they are prohibited j from act'ni; because they are union officials as defined in Section 7. of Pari iio. of the Coal Mines Regulation Aci. which provides that no Union official shall be allowed to sit or a coroner's i jury in such cases. ' Harry .Martin. Secretary of Gladstone Local, stated that there were but five officials in Gladstone Local, and 1 the two men objected to were not union officials under the meaning of ! the act. I The company solicitor claimed differently, stating that Hunter and Pot-; icr were ofiio^als because they he-i longed to ^as committees or Grievance committees. After much discussion, in which some of the jurymen took part. Coroner Thomson Voided to adjourn the hearing until ho could havo time to communicate the facts to the Attorney General and obtain a ruling upon the point. The inquest will be resumed on Wednesday, the -7th and if the company's..contention is upheld, a new jury will have to be summoned GEN, WHITE HONORED New York, Mar. 21- Brigadier-General W. A. White, in command of the British and Canadian rectuii'.iiR mission in the Hnitod States has been made a Companion of the Most Honorable Order of the Hath, in recognition of his services in obtaining recruits in the United States for the British and Canadian armlet it was au-n o u n c od y e s t e rda y. T h e recruiting mission has oulisted approximately 000 mou since it began operations in this coun-t ry. ? ? HUGE PARTY OF Halifax and nine from St. John-IS in all. This leaves Halifax without the Bleeping car -accommodation required for the men's transportation for a long journey and it is necessary to aond them forward in day coaches to attributing headquarters elsewhere, at which points the sorting out, ordinarily" done at tho point of arrival, will be carried out. KILLED, EXPLOSION Washington, Mar. 21.-An explosion of a depth charge aboard tho American destroyer Mauley when tho vessol col- lided with a BrttlMH warship in JDuro* puan wators, March 1% killed the Ain� orican commander and three enllgtoil men and wounded 11 others. Both shipa were damaged. J� apnoujiG'Jng the accident today, the navy department gave no furthoj details and withheld the location. "Can't you go faster than this?" |)� asked tho street-car conductor. Yes," the ball ringer answered, 't can, but" .1 have toatay with my cur.1' Some of First Contingent Home On Furlough-Surplus Of-  ficers Home 1 Halifax, X. March 21.~After a longer voyage than usual on account of meeting ice, one of the biggest steamships on the Atlantic arrived yesterday afternoon bringing 1S67 officers and men. In this number are included 3 09 men of the first coutin-j gent who have been overseas since shortly^ after the* commencement of the war and who are home on three months furlough. Of the officers who have returned, half, or an even larger proportion are marked "surplus" in this list; that is there was no opportunity to use them on the other side in an official capacity. . The returning soldiers will not ho sent, from Halifax for their homes direct, as is usually done. All who will be thus disposed of are the Nova Seotians. The others will be sent to and the bodv of the deceased miner! St. John and Quebec to bo sorted out Are Here Told the Best Remedy for Their Troubles. Freemont, O.-"I was pasting" through the critical period of life, being- forty-six years of age and had all the symptoms incident to that change - heat flashes, nervousness, and was In a general rundown condition, so it was hard for me to do my work. Lydia E. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound was recommended to me as tho best remedy for my troubles,which it surely proved to be. I feci better and stronger in every way since, taking it, and the annoying symptoms havo disappeared."-Mrs- M, Gospex, 925 Napoleon St., Fremont* Ohio. m North Haven, Conn.-"Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound restored my health after everything else had failsjn when passing through change of life. There) 2s nothing like it to overcome the trying symptoms." -lire. Flo&zxcs 1suui*a.,Box 397, North Haven, Conn. 1/ Ik Such Case s 4 1 igiaatsre CHALKY, COLORLESS COMPLEXIONS NEED CARTER'S IRON PILLS exhumed for re-examination. Albert Kehvta was thirty-two year? of age and leaves a widow and fouV small children. UE ELECTION and forwarded to their homes. , The reason for this is the shortage of railway cars. Since Sunday night nine special mlti- Hies the greatest record for tho greatest good ***** E.WNKMAM MEDICINE C6. LYNN.MAS* T I Ottawa. Mar. 21.-The counting of the votes cast during the past six j months in a rather unique religious j J election for bishop of the Holiness j I Movement church took place in the j ! officeTif the local master, John Bishop. at the court house yesterday. It re-! suited in Rev. A. T. Warren being elected bishop over Bishop Horner, the former getting *S votes and the hitter 40 votes. The constituency over which the election took place extended over i half the globe. Ballots were cast by j conferences of the church- in Egypt. 1 China.. Ireland and the United States i and Canada, and they have been gra- ; dually coming in to the office of the local master since last fall. The election was made necessary because of a judgment of Mr. Justice Clute in the high court. At the last conference of the church the then bishop. Rev. Mr. Horner, was deposed and Rev. A. T.^ Warren e 1 ect ed in his place wi th a new secretary. Rev. S. A. Yorke. Court proceedings had to be taken because IhQ retiring bishop refused to give up his position and the retiring secretary retained the desk. The, judge after hearing the evidence in the case ordered that Qualified members of the various conferences of the church should vote for a bi3hop and this was i done. Bishop-elect Warren at present re- PHONE. 789 1 tt'U. Children's Woofer. Jerseys, 1 and 2 year sizes. Button shoulder style. Colors, saxe crimson, brown, navy and whito. Reg. 1.25. , % 1 * 11�* �1 1 1 f 1 1 sides at Killaroey, Man., and has been i in charge of the work in thaT province ! for a number of years.. McKELVIE & McGUIRE LETHBRIDGE THERE'S ALWAYS A REASON. THE CANADIAN BANK. "I>ook here. Jane," zzi'l the rva,ra" reprovingly, "this chair is covered witli dust.'" "Yessum,"' answered the imperturbable Jane. "I reckon nobody ain't fcat in it lately, mum."-Chicago News. Honeycomb Spreads 6 only, heavy white spreads, slightly soiled, value. Week End I CQ Special .... XeViJ ^- -^^^^^ OF CO SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. LLD.. D.CL. President HV F.JONES. Ass'tGen'LM*najjer Capital Paid Up, $15,000,000 ERCE JOHN AlftD, C�vm1 Mkasmt V. C. BROWN. Sup't of Cene*! Western Branches Reserve Fund, . $13,500,000 * : * ? * * ? > -> * "TOTING" LIQUOR HOME IS NO CRIME: QUASH CONVICTION : V SAFETY DEPOSIT UTTSTMPsa .1 The Bank recommends the use of its safety deposit boxes for the keeping of valuable documents,, Our charges moderate. V I* ! A 131 W Lethbridge Branch- - R. T. Brymner, Mgr. | � v 'I* Edmonton, Mar. 20.-The fact tha a man goes into an express office, signs for a parcel m^trk-ed "liquor"' and is then seen carrying the parcel home, is not .sufficient evidence to lodge a conviction, according to Mr. justice .Scott's judgiuent in >t liquor appeal. The appellant, was ^ound guilty of unlawfully having liquor In his possession FejsrS^ry 2S, by Magistrate Rejeher, , and fined a ltd costs. So evi- dence was introduced as to the actual contents of the express package, and his lordship ouashed the conviction. J. F. .Lyrnhuru appeared for the crown. ? A Corsets, u. ^ A. models. Several clearing lines included. All sizes. Values to $2.25. Week End Special  * 1.45 i \�*�LLLL� f * Utility*Dresses. This newest house dress in good quality print in all sizes. Week End - qe Special..... ? >i ? 1 t A Cotton Hose. Worn-en's fleece cotton hoae, black only, all j: sizes. Week End i-Special, s pair........ * Hum + These Specials for FRIDAY and SATURDAY Selling Only 25 Men's Sample Suits GOES TO THE DOOR Clearing at This is your chance to pick out a new Spring Suit at a Fraction of their real value-$18.50, $20.00, $22,50 and $25.00 styles included. MEN-It isn't often you get an opportunity of buying a suit at the beginning of a season at such a marked reduction-think well before passing it up. As samples they came to use at a price which allow.-; you a substantial discount. Scarcely two alike in the lot. Sensibly cut styles, well tailored of fine worsteds and tweeds. Values up i j f|� to $25.00. Week End Special............................ 14�9d * -�--;----^------ New Spring Caps for Dad and his Lad. The famous Eastern Styles. Men's Dress Shoes. Men's fine calf shoes hlucher style, medium* toe. reg. $5.50 value. Week 4 |JC End Special fte-09 A Good Selection of BOYS' NORFOLK SUITS - Wc can only promise a complete size range for first shoppers. When these suits go on Halo tomorrow morning. The styles will please tho boys ami the quality and tailoring will satisfy his parents. Week End Special ... 11**........�V'-il Men's Work Shoes. Heavy calf work slices with standard screw sole. All sfze3. Weok Bud Q AC Special, pr. J��/D 11 nil) Ll!I 5.95 New Arrivals This Week* Include: Children's Spring Headwear, Perrins' Kid Gloves, Children's Wash Dresses, New Wash Fabrics, Spring Dress Goods, Skirts, Blouses and Underskirts. STORE OPEN Lace Curtains. 50 prs of Nottingham Lace curtains in attractive designs. 2% yards long. Week, f ] (V End Special lelSf **��.......**�� LETHBRIDGE AGENTS FOR PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS , Girls' Shoes. Don-gola button shoes for girls. Sizes 11 to 2. Week End A ip Special ... �.4t) 1 � it>"k Kmi Special ift^ pair.......... Dress Skirta. A group of smart akjrts, made up in serges, tweed. Shepherd check, poplin, etc. Values to $5.50. Week End O QC Special ......... u��JD oys* Pants. Boys' nloomer knickers. Made up in worsted. All Week End | Special, pr. stripe sizes. 1 * ��i�if�iiiii�ii� * 1 *l * r �L* * > > 11 ( ll M H f M ("111 j M * t l #  1 * i* * 4 * 1 *� t % + * \* * i t i 1 ****** UMIUMMH 1 1 i 1 I # 1 in * f 1 u $$t * I > 4 ' > * * i Fresh Bargains Every Day. ;