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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE rilE.LETHBRlDGE DAILY HERALD SINN FEINERS ARE DEPORTED GRASS BANKER ON Mi H. Guerin Committed Trial on Charge Laid bv for In notes lo Guejln, It alleged by the Informant that the money was to bp used in n John deal between him Md Guerin for tho purpose of buying and storing liquor for sale iti antici- pation ol prohibition coming In in Montana oa the Is! ot January. 1913. As a of thli. Swariz had stated ha vras taken into the vault of QUJSEXSTOWN, five Sinn Fein underhoavy military were brought .by mot- or lorry from the Cork goal to, this city this morning whcrj they Wro aboard a British stoop which de- presumably for BnglsDii. Th8 'loop was accompanied by two OeaUoy- The prisoners ung republican. and returned taruvells to Ihe witch- luj crowds as {he Tessel left har- bor. A special sittiug of the city court was considered necessary to dis- pose of Ihe preliminary hsaring o! Vie charge of, as alleged, converting meii-jy to 1m own uses laid against Mr., tbo bank on a day before the 31st of J. !l. Guerin. president ot tJie Farm-1 IVcpimber. by (Juer'a and shown e.'s' and Merchants' Bank, Sweet n Urge quantity of liquor in barrels! Jluutana, by Mr. J. Swartr. o! and cisos stored there. Mr. In j WINNIPEG, March Mills, who Milk Hiver. Adjourned from the. attsr-1 his evidence denied this In toto. He [farms a thousand acres at Oibow, noon of Tuesday, court sat until short- j siid that ho made no such arrange-! predicts a grasshopper plague )y alter 10 o'clock at night. 'Hie men', and Ibal Sirartt was lying when Jin tho west again cnlcred Into by the govern moiit, it developed this morning. The jilolejaUd of Koulh Wnles miners u-ho artj here, and have been in con- ft-rcnte over the tfovenimcnt's coun- ter of H I'O iwr cent, increase In wages, rieolarc (bat (he govern- ment if hoarding coal in preparation for eventualities. PEACE LOAN FIGURES PARIS. March tig. urjcs of ;ho amount subscribed lo Ihe "peace loan" placris the Intal al 1m- Iwc-en and K.OHO.fiftO.CtOH francs. Thcro is a torgcr pronorlion of currenry In Ihe former IOBIIS. WHOOPING JPASNOOIC ClOUr COUGH COLDS Couch and rcfiefes thma, TIic a'tr carryinff the vajwrin. J ta.y; tha lore throat And the ll .WuiciW. i, LONDON', March (By Canadian Associated yester- day received Hon. Kodolpho and Jlrs. I-cmleux and handed the Military Service Cross won by their son to .Mr. Lemicux. Mr. Lemleux was later entertained by the Empire Parliamen- tary association at Westminster, Sir Auckland Geddes presldins at the function, Mr. Lctnieu.x spoke at length on HID bi-lingual question and said in part: "I am not spcakiKg as n party man, but as a, Canadian who gave his all for thu cause of small nationalities Pvom Sir v.'iltrid L-iurier f learned isolation rmd Is not a policy, but a blunder." Tlio gathering wc5 larcely attcmleil by incnitian bntli of the house of commons and Iho house of lords. ,ic- ceptoncea including ex-Premier An- nuith, the 0( nevonsbire Arch- bishop of Canterbury, Lonl Hu'rnhani, Ixird Islington nnd lion. Walter Lonf (Jen. Kecly and Bcr, Tlllct v.-orc also r-rescnt. The Times. In an editorial symni- (hires vrilh Ifon, nodolphe Umieu-t's at a luncheon yes- c-rday on (he hl-lingiial problelii'.ln t.annda. but it iegardn ns unsound bis analogy lieu-eon (be alllluilo ijf.nvcen some Ilrilirb c.imlirlateH loward I Krcncli-spcaliinjf fellow sublets ami Ucrmnnj-K lancing noliry in ami Poland, Tim paper Ililnkt Ibc two in (he minion might be source of slrciiiltil ra'hnr than :i and it flii.ln] in imdcrfitaniliiic wliv hitv! i regulations sho-.iW made." VMLKING AROUND WORLD I visllorsi in th., yesterlay ivere Mr. nml Mrs. I', uny of Mootrfal, and Arthur] rhlhatiertn. fornif-rly of rj.iebec nnd i now of who nre on a lour around iht world. The trip was jfakon for a reward of oflered by the Hovel Athletic Ac-' ifflridtion runs. Krance. if thn com-' pelilora cover C5.000 on foot ami miles by Iransporlatlon be- fore May I. They must slart wl.hrmt money ami on the way must lor everything llfe-V got. They an: ponnlilcif lo .isk for Ircr alin aro on f jV; rft-1 from the talc of their Protesling that he was not drunk and telling cross-eiaralnlng counsel that It was none ot his business to ask him whether ha had obtained liquor by prescription, Nels G. John- son was, at the 19th, fined }5 and costs or In default 30 days iu tho Lctbbrldge jail. The fine was paid.. The information was laid by the reeve of the village, 'Mr. Hum- mel. He testified that en the night of the 16th he saw the accused In the hotel wrangling with a Chinaman. A light appeared lo be going on with Johnson staggering under the influ- ence of drink. Bottle Too Hard Tn Ihe same court E. McCumber was fined ?50 and costs or 30 days for being In possession of llguor in a pub- lic place, to wit, the Savoy Hotel. Ac- cused was In the rear of ihe holel in the lavatory and had wilh him a hot- lie containing liquor. Oa being in- terrogated by. Constable Allen of the A.P.P. he endeavored to smash the bottle by dashing it into the toilet. The "hard stulf" in Ihe bottle, how- ever, had made It Invulnerable and It was the porcelain against which II was dashed tbat suffered and not the bot- tle. It camo out of tho contact In- tact and served as evidence against the accused. The fine was paid and the linuor conliscated. Albert Hogah, caught while sharing the contents of the bottle wish Mc- Cumber, In the shades selected, had also to dub up the amount of ?60 and costs. Just like a csrelesa boyl Yee, but the cut had to be healed quickly cleanly so lie could do lit's work. Father suggested memholatum And McntKolatum did it healed the cut gently and firaventcd infection by its anli.scptic action. All uiell in a few dayt MentKoUtum sootlicj nsivoui licadache, )icala buinji, bru'kiei, tiittt Nunt fa Mai- HU _VVEDXESDAY, MARCH 1920 10 Years of Eczema A Sanpie Caratf Rer Mark Set at Salt- Man is Purchaser -Bids- CAIXl.Vny, March high- mart in prices at tho annual bull now tin here was reached wlicn Lavcfldor. first reserve chajnploti; autt by Hurry tlearii, of 1 jcombe, was knock- ed down foe Jl.JOO to W. Lyons, of IJIdsbury. lUnjmastcr is a fine lyiie of Shortliom, rctf, whito merklnit and star. He was bora Juno 14, 191S. Tbo ueit highest was J7BO liald for Tranbj Hiuglcailer, by B JicL.eac, of High River. In a Shorthorn, oivued C. 0. ot Dewliiion. Hoy llftinar, of caltlc branch of (lia Domliiiun branch ot nerlcullure, Is present nl'.tho salo with the inten- tion of buying eomorhundred bulls, and made several purchases this morn- ing. He tooij Uodrura JlartjuJs for 1260. and three ol the Fwvhr herd, 1'rlnco Norilnni, will -nnJ Hugh Norlhani. The' first two .went a jilcco ant) this latter for J2G5. lolm Rcvnolils, from Walcrhole, In Ihe Peace River district, purchased Haron Sultan, a ronn Shorthorn, for Tho department of Indian af- fairs, took Lone Birch Cham- pion for S225: and Atlas for 5255. U McAlister, of Ualroy, paid HSO for Model Chief; from the herd of A. H. Bolton, of Laconibe. Other sales rant- ed all the way. from, ?SO to An tellior tloriH of tuCrricr flOA Ikfm fKn I 1> of letter from iln. limy Hit- KUcV Que, of tcieuik on UBAiAUIncly br docVm. A umck of D. B. D. cuni mt, tit." TV- cnel Ihe pixMiM l feet, stiff neck, frost bites, cold wrw and canker sores. x Get il from druggitts for 30 ceuU. If not aatisfied return the bottle anj get your money back. Ever constipated or 'hare headache? Just try Waird Urer pleasant littli pimk pilif, 3t ttatt. If the U open the ult rum FREE RUNNING, Table Seat always ready and qokk to pour. "Regal" nei in any weadwr. tta Cauffiui Salt Co., The Walter W. Shaw Company Limited Wholeiale Candy Makers MOOSE JAW, SASK. EDMONTOH, ALTA. Mimoon 'CyCflQcpmTES IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE TOMORROW, THlM ON THE PREMISES, 1219 FIFTH AVE. A. SOUTH COMMENCING AT 10.30 A.M, FRANK WADDINGTON favored With Instructions from the Will Sell by Public Auction, the Superior Household FURNITURE And effects. IJIM.NO SUITB cr.mprlsinj buf- round division tuWn ami sol clialrs. all In solid oak; fiir of nHN CllAlliS in fuincil oak and soljil leather! upliol.iterod Icmngd; oolld oak rocker; mahosany occasionnl chair- vsrv hepvv TAlU-Ki IN; FUMKD OAIf; wicker xlantl: .MIRIXOfi; larffo double wnrdrubo In new condition; cliild'si.rbcfccV oak drcsBor with oval bevelled mirror; of linoienm inlaid and printed; small gas heater; hundsomo HHASS DBD with spring.! arid OKTKRUOOK JIATTnfJSS; Whlfo DHOf-HBAD Sr-WfNtt MACillNB; kitchen cabinet; oak halt stand; oak drtjscr and stand; Wlirrt! miKSHRK nnd sUnfl- occasional tablo; nurse rotker; 4 ft. 0 in. bed complete with cob; SPRIN'OS MATTBESS; 4 il. bed .-vllh coil and fan tresa; niianllty l.lnnkcts (ind coraforlera; toilet set.i; Kelson gas cooking stove; cupboard with Klaus doors; jienrly lion" refrigerator- washing 'machine; IIANDSOMH CAHI'KT 9nfl in eicel'- knl condition; two oilier r'nrpet sauares; I.A.W.V JIOflfEn' so ft O-UtDBS J-IOSBi sealers; wwbbollcr; sr.nlte dWieV p o lurcn and ahottl, 50 (iUAItTH FRUITS AND WCKLB.4 Ai-o BUICK FIVE-PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE TERMS CASK In Fine Running Shape. PHONES All Small Lots Including Fruit Will Be Sold at Morning Sale Commencing at ;