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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS .WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY, MARCH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN COAL PRODUCTION FELL OFF IN J. SwaHz, of Milk River, Lays (he U Involved There was the appearance celebro" in the city ct ivlio laid the Information brought about the arrest o[ the banker wMlB he in Uw'cUiv The accused U represented by C. F. Jaariecon and A. B. Host, ot the city, and A. M. Sinclair, ot Caljary. J. X. Ritchie, of Johnston? and Ritchie, Tiio lolal production of coal In 1919 lell below thnt of tho previous year, when the oiulaul established a. record. Pur Hut year the figure was tons, and (or 191J It was police Us apMMrfng Schwartz. In the court, on Tuesday morning, to Judge court, in addition to iMr. were from (ho number of couniel engaged {Mr. Blrkensnaw, representing the iu the and tha presence in the I wuoletale .Brock und. Co., of court of tho Americau consul from. Calgary, with D, 3. Moftat, barrister Calgary, ,Mr. Heal, with of Calgary, who holds a watching Uvua troui houses In the brie! for tho firm. H. P. Tuson, ot city nud from CtlgaiT and raprescnta- Campbell, and Homo, of the lives of llio local banks infracted In cftr, was another interested fpectat- tho case. Ur. lietore Magistrate Irwln, Mr. J. i and B.oze Cucrlu, president of the Farmers' and Mr. Schwartz was in the witness box 7-lorchantir Bank, Bifect Grass, Mou- all the morning and was taken over if.ua, appeared on'Uie alleged charge hla Tarioua transactions with the of applying to'.hls own .sum; Sweet Grass bank by Mr. Sinclair. Ho ol JS.OOO uiado payable iu notes Issued considerably relented Questions put J. Schwartz, a storekeeper of. .Milk Ho him by counsel, causing laughter In the court. This was particularly, case when he was aala-d ivhat ho had in a gunny sack he brought into the city. "What I carry Is ay he replied. Mr. Sinclair: "NVas it not who speaks pressed for a 11TOIOP TENDERS Scalpd, tenders will bo received by the undersigned up to noon, Friday, i Mr. Schwartz, Dth April, tor tho erection or an with n foreign accent, cight-ioom School with Assembly Hall reply answered: "There wore nine nt Barons, Alta., separate- tenders bo ing asked for the Healing. An' accepted cheque lor ti% oC tlio amount of the tender must accompany each tenner. The right is reserved to reject nny or all bids or to waive any delect ETach application Is to ho aecompaa- Jiy a dupoElt'oC Ten Dollars which xvill he refunded on the return of specifications ana bonafldc ten- dsr. Plans and specifications may be obtained iroin II. M. WIimniXdTON. Architect. C. HOWARD Flir, Associate. 101 Sherlock Uuildlng, Mta. Adi pairs of in the sack which I 'took to Ihe shoe repair shop." The "bobz" was intended to mean The case which Is still proceeding, will occupy some lime. TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSE TENDERS will he recs'.v- cd by the Board of Trustees of Wreu- fhnra Consolidated School Diatrlcl No.