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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FUIDAY, NOVKMBHH 11, VJlll DAILY PAGE THlRTEEn SHE HAS JUMPERITIS Delaware Town Has Making of Nice Lynching Party Hut Police Interfere WILMINGTON. H curaged elti 10113 mlsbl al- ti'Li'.iu to lynch Ihrce negroes charged wiili imirJc-riiiE ono policeman nnii lirobiibly mortally wounding another in Wilmington, last nlyhl rush- cil ihu IIP buncos lo PhiludeliJtiia. Tiio Learn, James antl John Price, UrdiUi'rs. c.r? being Leld in lLa cen- tral police station. la qjlet toduy, Tho IKMte Iiavc bot-ri jnatruclecl to. pre- Ihe assemblage of crowds, lllfie.s nnj nmcliinu aro at police Tho -sale ol firearms in (he city lias ho en stopped And no- KRuis Jiave been warned Lo keep off iJie streets. Tlic murdered policeman was Seohloy. Marry 1'ierco, the i 11r wo un JcJ policetnnn, was stioi iln-ec times and la nut oxpcclcd to live. The shooting occurred when Iho T.UM jiolLccMncn went to the Price home lu investigate (ho s to A! ing last week ot scores of guns from a gun store. Thai (s the craze given In Ixmdon to lliosc who belong to the 'Tiiiit-nt-every-opportunity, picture Biiowa a prl knitting w IDT a train. .SLEEPING CAR CONDUCTOR FREED STE MAI11K, Mich. Nov. reports ol wreckage off "vVIXNJPEO. S'ov; G. Violet, formerly a member of the 2Stli liatla' Ion or Hoglna, who guinea hla commls on the field for meritorious ecr -vice, r. .sleeping car conductor on the Derlln I'otversltjr. phyalcs prize for 1919 bns been given to Professor Stalk, of Grellswald University. The chemistry prize for 1915 goes to Pro- fessor 1 labor, ol llerlln University. The prize lor will be hold over until neit year. VANCOUVER STUDENT JUMPS IN RIVER PHILADELPHIA, Pa. NOT. The body of Frederick I... JenSlns, o( Vancouver, B. C-, a student at the Cn- distilleries sold w In? key oi'enly Iversily ol Pennsylvania, TV ho diaap n Louisville today ai }76 a case, re- peared on Oct. 30. maa found yester- gardless of the war lime prohibition day fn the Sehuylklll river. Friends j aw. Hundreds of orders; filed before of the family Identified (ho body. Not One Cent Taken From Far- mers He Declares at Tor- onto Session July 1, i the lime law went .nto .effect. It waa said.' Tvere filled by iliesc" distilleries which rc- iuintd sales follow lug the of fin Injunction to thorn ypslorday by Federal .Judge HAAILE, restraining [he government troin Initrferlnn with On the day Jenkins disappeared a man was seen to Jump from a hrhlpo over the river near the navy camps and lioHceboata have been dragging for the body ever slnro. Young Jen- kins was Iho of W. If. Jenkins, a Vancouver lumber dealer. tho sale of nearly gallons ol 'floor Block" whiskey. They tr.ado _ their sales, however, wiili I'.e know- NEW NON-STOP ledge (bat (hey are liable lo prosccu-! Lion. according lo U.sirict .uicrn.-y' WASHINGTON. Sov. iS.-Piloted by Lieu I.-Commander Held, the nival seaplane- N'.CM, which mado the drat trans-Atlantic recently estab- lished a new. non-slap record (or thai type ol carrying 12 pass- engers, It Tien- from Pensacola, Flori- da, to Memphis, Term., a distance of oSS nautical miles, Ihe secretary of Ihe navy auDOuncod lodny. Duo lo head ivindF, a speed or only 5C knots an hour was made, Gregory, if iue federal fiujiromc cuurl reverses JuJg? ICvaua' derision, It In lo make November -5. GERMAN PROFESSORS GET, PRIZES STOCKHOLM. Nov. Noble prize for physics for I91S has ucou awarded Lo I'rofcssor Max Planck, of TORONTO, NOT. the baard of commerce, Judge Robson pre- siding, began 1U session today, tho complaint of Mr. McGregor, of Mani- toba, that the orders of the board had been detrimental to 4be livestock in- dustry of the country was brought up. "Mot one cent has been taken from tho farmers by my declared Mr. O'Connor. "The board had the right to prevent the price of bilk be- ing raised, pending Ihe placing of the producers' case before the board. "It Mr. McGregor wante lo make a let. hltr> take up the price of mill feed Is lo be before the Canadian wheat board In Winnipeg." CAR OF FLAX BREAKS ALL MONEY RECORDS WINNIPEG. NOT. car- load of flax sold here today to agenta of tha BrlihQ go Tern- moat brought JS.332, lha most raluaUa car of grata ever soW In Winnipeg, uccordlcg to grain exchange officials. The price per fcushel wag IS LINEMAN GAVE IT AWAY TOnoXTO. Nor. of whisker to WJonE- focad alongsldQ (he Cann- dian Pacific Hallway ]aat east of the cltr today br Oie police. A Irneman who dlscorered tho vhlekej sampled It and, becoming Intoxicat- ed, told ot Ine find, con Ms ca- ll on of the entire conrlgQineDt tefora Ihe bootlEggers Tor Trhom 11 In- tended could pet It away. BURNED TO DEATH SASKATOON, Nov. James D'Arcy, ol Venn. Sash., was burned lo death In his Etore. Two ruon irere seriously Injured In atlemptg to rescui him. MISAPPROPRIATION OF FUNDS IB CHARGE VANCOUVER, NOT. W. 9. ETICB. cashier lor Erons, Colemin and Rrant, goceral mer- chants, and S. M. Strachan, manager for Johnson and Reeve, brokers, are under nrrest, cnarged nitb mtsappro- prlaLIon of roods aggregating T31.0QO from Ihe fircu a.' Eraus, ColemaQ and Evans. PURE FOOD MARKETS WEEK-END SPECIALS SlaDitoii Islanu. ai the of Kewana Railway, was found Point, it 19 reared iho big ore carrier 1 Qu th cha of ft John Given reportcrt ovwJne. was secrol Well in the heavy talo that has T.iecd hnowh 6mtCTS testified on Ills behalf ovr-r Lako Supemjr Iho WCOK. aa ml character ol the ac- cused. S. C, PROSPEROUS The F I earners WiUcin and Barium, wliich gassed down through the gnv- crnmcnl locks here morning, rc- poilcd n pilot house nnd Rome ship's furniture llontlrg In the heavy sea off tlio Manllou Island. OTTAWA, Nov. T. D. Pal- From the description, (t is believed by minister of mlnca for Ilrltlsh ibc marice wreckage Columbia, has teen'ln tlio capital for part of the uppc-r works of Iho j a couple of days on deparlmental John Owen. nesa with .the. .Dominion gorem- Unconfirmed reports from CJmnrt Marls, hctivci-n here anil Mnrciuellc, on the south shore of Lake Superior. J gnncral rnndfMons In'-Drllish Cnlum- Tvcrc Lo Iho effect Mint an iinknuwn bla nnd expressed the vlow lliat Ihu Eicur.or tone to pieces near coast province has come satlsTactor- ment. In the course of -conrcraallon Mr. Paltiillo spoke optimistically oC point. The gale. licavj' .snow, is by lafco men to bai Ihe worst so far this year on the up- per-lakes. A number of ships arc in shelter here at White Fiali Point ami other places of lly through the porlol after the war. ANOTHER SLEEPING SICKNESS CASE, 'PEG WINNIPEG, 'Nov. inoro case of 'sloeping Elckncss" was re- ported Ln the local health aulhorlties tsidny. Dr. G. IJoll( head of the pro- vincml board of health, luia senL noL- Ice.s to every in the province asking Chat Hll rases of Ihc disease bo reported Itnincdtately ujfjn dlscov6ry. v v BANK CLEARINGS JELL1COE WILL STOP i OFF AT WINNIPEG "WINNIPEG, N'ov, Jcl llcoc arrives In Winnipeg on Nov. 23 and leaves for .Ottawa on the morning of Nov. 25. Tho only public function HO far niranged Is a luncheon on Mon- day to he given by Iho navy league. BOLSHIES TAKE OMSK, N'ov. town of Ishim, SO miles north of Pntropavlovsk, has been occupied by the HolsheTlkl. The latter have crossed tho Tsltlm river and advanced from 25 lo 50 miles nn r.n Irj-eg-ulnr front lo the town of Tokushl. on thu Kurban rail- i> i> v v way. Tohuahi ia 150 mlloB due east ot Omsk. Daiik clearinps Tor this ivcek an against oOO. an Increase at over per t ]L will lie of Interest to Canadians to lipar that their old commander, IrfOTtl flyng, tins ro tire from the UrllJah army to become chairman or the United Services fund, which administers Iho r.ccucnulatcd profits ol the nrmy canteena. ALBERTA FED good selection of Choice Steer Beei fed by Mr. Bert Graham of Iron Springs, which we will sell tomorrow al ihe following prices: BEEF Sirloin Roast, per !b. 25c Middle Cuts of Sirloin, Ib.........28c Rump Roast, per Ib. 22c Rib Roast, per Ib... 20c Shoulder Roast, Ib.. i8c Boiling Beef, Ib. 12V2c Hamburger" Steak. perlb......... 20c Round Ib. 28c Shoulder Steak, Ib. 23c We Also Have a Good Selection of Choice Young Pork Which We Will Sell at, 26c per Ib. by the Side Small Cuts of Pork, any part, per Ib.........35c Lard Compound, 5 Creamery Butter, 2 Ibs, Westminster Meat Market 310 Thirteenth Street North UYING FURNITURE AS AN INVESTMENT Is next to buying Victory Bonds. People who bought high-claw furniture only a year ago certainly made a good investment, for in this short period factory prices have advanced considerably. Unprecedented demand, shortage of materials, etc., will make furniture go even higher in the future than it is today. Fortunately we placed otutn early fast spring with the result that goods now coming in were bought much below present day prices. It will pay you to buy your furniture here now, for you are assured of good quality at prices which compare more than favor- pbly with those to be obtained elsewhere. "Queen Ann" Walnut Dining Room Suite Eight piece Walnut SuiLe with 45 inch by 6 [ODL extension Labis, round pedestal style. Duffel with two cutlery drapers, double cup- board, linen asd shaped Lop mirror. Arm chair and five solid chairs