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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta i TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1920 f HE PAGE NINE Kamsack Russian Guilty Of Murder Sask., Nov. ot Kanieacl: district, was found BulUy of murder sen- tenced to he h'nuEed on January 28. ut Jtbe sitting of the court of king's bench heie today. Tho Russian murdered his wife last August by striking her cm the hoed with a chair. Counsel for the accused was granted leave to ap- peal the case at the titling- of the court of appeal to be held 28. Evidence submitted by (he de- tsnse claimed OlUovik had bebn Iiisane at intervals since 1911 and had once been committed to au asylum at Baltleforii, Paul Soobotn, charged with arson 1n connection with u Tiro which destroy- ed the general, store of S. S. Mellotf, at Mikado, {n. In which five-peopla lost their lives, was fouud not guilty and discharged. GREAT BRITAIN'S DECISION ABOUT ENEMY PROPERTY OTTAWA, NpT.. 'newspaper onihe question pt a reported .decision by Great Britain to hand back, German property to the Germans and a result- larit protest from U'exploded by. a cablegram received by Thomas MuUey, undw secretary of state from the Imperialr authorities. The com- meat: oa Britain's, supposed decision first appeared, It Is stated, In the New York Post and it was then reported that France nuking strong pro- i tests ami takiag the. ground that so Biueh French property had been wan- tonly destroyed by the Germans that tbln return ot property should not bs made. The cablegram received by Mr. Mul- vey here stales that the decision of Britain refers only to enemy property brought Into Uhe United Kingdom at .er January 10, 1920. It was decided ay the Board of Trade that this prop- erly, which had been brought into the United Kingdom alter- -the peace treaty hod been effective should re main In possession ot its owners; BURY BODY OF AN; UNKNO'WN SOLDIER IN PARIS PANTHEON PARIS, Nov. is proposed by the French government to' laV before parliament a bill, providing for the transfer, qt the, body .of an unknown soldier, from the battle zone to the pantheon of. this city is prob- able an immediate vote wlil be re- quested. This movement Is similar to one come time ago_ in Eng- land, It being'decided there to bury an unknown soldier in Westminster Abbey oa November 11, Armistice day. Edmonton and New York Women Judges Meet V This unique plclrtre shows Judge Murphy, police magistrate and Judge ot the Juvenile court of the city, of Ednibntpn, and Jean H. Norrls. judge 0( the Women's Court aud Domestic Relations Court, New York City. Photo- graphed together recently lu Toronto. i KAISER BILL HAD WONDERFUL DREAM; WAS GOING TO TARE BIG ARMY OVER TO ENGLAND o- Erzberger Tells Some Secrets in His Lord Term- ed Fight With England as "The Second Punic After: Armistice Kaiser -'Ps- pected (o Cheat Allies. counting would'come when he led his well-dressed man is as careful ,in hjs selection of inner a.a he is in his .'choice of a suit of clothes. He knows that to look well- dressed he must feel well- dressed. Therefore he should ask for Penmans Underwear. Underwear TIE STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE? Penmans timiiei, Paris. Also nultai cf Sositry and Saealtr Ctoti coiitinentalarniies against her in "the second Punic The amazement of the parliament arans grew as: the Kaiser conllned Eriberger reports. :Tlie monarch as serted'that coiripleto understanding would .be reached -with France when tha war was over." Referring .to a battle in Galicia BERUN, Oct. MaiU--The which.'occurred only a few days prer former German Emperor William.con- ious, the Kafser claimed that th fidently expected to emerge victori-J Prussian-guard under the command o ously'from, the world, war and then I his son fritz had "brushed tho demo marshal his continental amies against! crallc i dust, oft Ihe vests of the Rus England in what he 'termed "Ihe sec- sians." ond; Punic; says Mathias Erz-r "WhercTer the Guards appear ther berger, in his volume of war recollec-[ no longer any, democracy h (Ions Just published, at exclaimed.' Emperor evidently used-the ternii The Rumanians got .their lust de in .thie Bo'nse of a conflict tho warlord (old Erzbcrge for Vt'brld supremacy between two [when, the latter-'s'iggested that th great nations.-. I poor Rumanians had probably los Erzberger, was formerly minister I everything but their shirts, of finances, but has temporarilyf Erzberger iadsthat Ihe whole nine between Uh'e Kaiser and the pa enlary leaders was not only tween. the itheii and grave misfortune' but it proved "th ths Reiehslag1 afler Ihe fall of deepeal cnt-with the spade that ult Cbahcellor-..BelhhiSnn 'Hollweg, and malely pyerlhrpw following .Ihe-adoplion ol the peace rcsolulion in July 1917. He says the Emperor became en- thusiastic over the phrase "peace or which he assumed was .what the majority -''EiceljentTword1 William: stated. "It he said, "that we take the money, raw pro-' ductsi cotton, oil and ores out of tha pockets of our enemies and transfer them to pur own." The. parliamentary leaders, Herr Erzberger says, were astonished by this unexpected display of Imperial mentality that they were, ing made the victims of his mockery. The Emperor's further remarks .were In the same channel, ho declares. William asserted that the, United Stales and.England, bad..entered into an alliance for tho pufpbse of reckon- ing with Japan after the war. He was also1 reliably informed' that Russia would join Japan'in. warding off'the Anglo-Saxon blow. He ;admitted thai England .would not emerge from.the war defeated ..but'said tho :final ac- he He tho chapter with th statement that the' "Reichstag vete aris, who np' that-' time Vere oppose to the parHa'nTe'nlafy system; that ver War Bond Interest Coupons and Cheques CkstedFree. j The 'Mefthants Bank will all WM coupons or interest cheques when due, on prese.iatiori, without making any whatever for the servioe. H yon have not a Account, why not use yotrr interest money to open cue witb This Bank? MCRCHANtS BANK head Office: Monlreil. CANADA LETUERIDGE BRANCH, "j .'i R. J. D1NNINO, fiALGARV STOCK YARDS BRANCH. W..T. HOPWRK, k Branchel alto atBaroflt and NoDMloro. SijVAjtinct fcl Mcriaich fypta night openlyr avowed .tha.v. fein 'would 'In plunge G into sy G erni'an THE REAL TEST of home baked food comes when the second helping is offered. The ance, texture and taste of food raised with MAGIC BAKING POWDER is bound to be pleasing and satisfactory in every sense. Magic is an econom- ical and healthful leavener, and because of its uniformity in strength and results, has Justly earned its repu- tation of being Canada's Perfect Baking Powder. Send name and address for free copy of "The Magic containing selected recipes, many of which are illustrated in colors. E.W.Gillett Company Limited; Toronto. Canada EVERAL CHANGES IN Y. M. C. A. SECRETARIES ot the Brandon Y. M. C.- A.; has as- sumed new dalles as physical director at Victoria. VANCOUVER, NOT. Several hanges have recently taken place or ro nhout to take place In Y. M. C. A. ecretarlal circles. Capt. W. T. Talt, who for two years has been In Van- ouver in the y. M. 0. A. military errlce department; latterly as secre- tary of the Red (Triangle club, has epted the general secretaryship of he Nelson association, n. Ben 3ack- ion, uutll recently social and member- ship, secretary of thti Vancouver "Y" s going to Revel stole to succeed A. L. Smith as general secretary o[ the R: R. Y. Mi C. A. there. Mr. Smith, has been appointed secretary- of the new R. H. Y. M. C. A. at Capreol, Ontario, where the Canadian National railway has erected its first Y. M. C..A: building, a struc- .ure. Frank Paulding, who has been secretary .of tho County Association at Olds, Alberta, has been chosen gen- eral secretary of the Now Westminster Association. W. H. Whits, social and membership secretary at the Victoria Y. M. C. A. recently went to Canmore, Alberta, to lake over an industrial department secretaryship. W. H. Os- horne, boy's work secretary at Revel- sctoXe, Is going to Y. M. C. A. college to' continue his training. Walter S. Maguire, formerly general secretary S REDUCED PRICE OF MILK AT HAMILTON HAMILTON, Nov. milk dealers reduced ..the selling price of milk and {ollowing the a pint. decision ot the Wentnrorth district producers' association to ent the wholesale price from 13.25 to a can, Nn redaction vas made in cream or other''slab lines ot the diarj business. The new price ot Crest) milk Is 16 centa a quart and eight Resulting from sluggish Y action of.'the bpwBJs i .liq'ulDklj'reilaied bjtheussof Drf Chased Xidiwjr-Liter' fills. Ooe pUI a dene. 2Se. box, j PRICE PAIR FOR AUSTRALIAN GOLD LONDON, Nov. sale o[ 000 ounces of fine gold to tbe.Naiiona' City.Bank of New York by the. Gold Producers' Melbourne Is reported In' a Melbourne dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph. I company today. The'price paid for the gold, was 116 shillings, 8 pence1 per ounce net, and the terms of the! called for shipment of the metal, in November, and December, the dispatch added.'. PROTESTANT CHURCH AT RjDGEl TORONTO, Nov. proposal to erect a Protestant church en Vlmy France, In commemoration of the Canadian soldiers who fell In the battle p! Vlmy Illclge, was referred to tho executive at a meeting ot the TP- ronlo general ministerial association yesterday. O nking Service banking requirements may be entrusted to -this Bank with' every confidence that careful and efficient service will" be rendered, Our facilities are entirely at your disposal. HE. CANADIAN. BANK OF 'COMMECE. TA'D-UP CAFITAL i-UND. K. W. Kcilic. IS DENIED DIVORCE AGAINST HUSBAND AGE.D 85; WED IN 1863 SAN Dorothy Johnson was refused a divorce today the second (lino In five, years from A. P. Johnson. Infldnliiy -and 'cntetty wore the grounds on which the dlvo'rr.e was nskcd. The Johnsons were married lit 1803. Their oldnsl child is aged and lliu youngesl 33, Johnsoii Is S5. On Face, Arms and Hands, Heals. "I tan bad sat ihenm-for last fiva years. My amu, and ,biftrid3 brpVd out ail oyez-ln rough ccaly; patctcfl'fio thai could hardly; put your finger wiiere there not a I got 1 could inot'sltepalnight Cuticuwi iuod Oint- ment K thought I would .elvethern a ttial, and'clter tislng A fuIl-Elirf box of Coijcuti Ointment with tbaCrt too Soap I was Mre.'Thptnaii'.HofAn, ,'Eeiei'juDcaon, Vt.; Dec. 18, iofs. ;'Uie Balno with with. dust with. Talcum., 25c. OlrtraJlt 25 ud SOe.. Sold PtclEt, BABY BOY PUT UP I AT RUMMAGE SALE boy 6( seven months vras offerctl for sala fit fi rummaKc sale liclrg held by a women's rlub, A wottlan whoso narno watt not learned brought the boy to the sole. It hail licen (teserlert by Its parents and she ashed It rtlt- liosed of nt thn sale. 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