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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FUIDAY, NOVKMBHH 11, VJlll DAILY PAGE THlRTEEn SHE HAS JUMPERITIS aie Town Has Making of Nice Lynching Pnrty lliit Police Interfere WILMINGTON. H curaged elti 10113 nilshl al- ttii-.iu to lynch Ihrce negroes charged witli imirJe-riiiE ono policeman mill lirobiibly mortally wounding another in Wilmington, last nlyhl rush- cil ihu IIP buncos lo PhiludeliJtiia. Tiio, James antl John Price, brothers, c.r? being lieltl in lLa cen- tral police station. la qjlet toduy, Tho IKMte Iiavc bot-ri jnatruclecl to. pre- Ihe assemblage of crowds, lllfie.s nnj nmeliinu aro at police Tho -sale ol firearms in the city lias hecn slopped and no- Broiirt Jiave been warned Lo keep off iJie streets. Tlic murdered policeman was Seobloy. Marry 1'ierco, the i iir wcjunJcJ policeman, was sbo: iln-ec times and la nut expected to live. The shooting occurred when Iho T.UM jiolLccMncn went to the Price home lu investigate (ho stealing last wee of scores of guns front a gun slore. Thai Is of the craze given hi London to lliosc who belong Lo the :liiiiL-nt-eYery-opportunity, picture Biiowa a pirl knitting wail' I waiting IDT a train. .SLEEPING CAR CONDUCTOR FREED WIXNJPEO. Xov; G. Violet, formerly a member of the SStlt liatlal Ion of Roglna, who gained hla commls ?lon on the field for meritorious ECT LOUISVILLE. Ky, Nov. Two distilleries sold In? key openly n Louisville today ui }76 a case, re ;ardless or Die war lime prohibition aw. Hundreds of orders; filed before July 1, whvii iho WUT (hue law went nto .elfect. It waa said, were bclnfj filled by (Hstlllerlos which rc- imned sales following I he granting ol fill Injunction to ihom ypslorday by Federal .Judge HAAILE, restraining Ihc government troin Interfering with (ho sale of nearly gallons ol 'floor Block" whiskey.. They tr.ado tbeir sales, how ever, wiili ihe know- ledge Ibat [hey are liable lo prosecu- tion, according lo U-siricl AtioniL-y Gregory, if iue federal supreme cuurl reverses JuJg? ICvaua' derision. It IB ected lo make November -5. Herlln University. ,1'bo phyiks prize for 1919 bai keen given lo Professor Stalk, of Greltawald University. The chemistry prize for 1915 goes lo Pro- fessor Hat or, ol Merlin University. The prize for will be held until neil year. VANCOUVER STUDENT JUMPS IN RIVER PHILADELPHIA, Pa. NOT. The body of Frederick JeuSlns, ol Vancouver, II. C-, a sludeiii at the Cn- Ivcrslly of Pennsylvania, who diaap peared on Oct. 30. maa found yester- day In the Schuylklll rlw. Friends of the family Identified the tody. On the day Jenkins a man was seen to Jump from a bridge over Ihe river near Ihe navy camps and lioHceboata have been dragging for Ihe body ever Blnro. Young Jen- kins was Iho of W. H. Jenkins, a Vancouver lumber dealer. Not One Cent Taken From Far- mers He Declares at Tor- onto Session GERMAN PROFESSORS GET. PRIZES STOCKHOLM. Nov. H Tile Noble prize for physics for I91S has Iicru awarded Lo Professor Max Planck, of NEW NON-STOP FLIGHT RECORD I WASHINGTON. N'ov. by Lieu I.-Commander Held, the nival seaplane- N'.CM, which mado the drat trans-Atlantic 'Night, recently eelab- llshed a new. non-slap record (or thai type of cnrrylng 12 pass- engers, It flcn- from Pensacola, Flori- da, to Memphis, Tenn.. a distance of oSS nautical miles, Ihe sccrelary of Ihe navy auoounretl todnj. Duo lo head ivindF, a speed or only 5C knots an hour was made, TORONTO, NOT. the baard of commerce, Robson pre- sldtng, began 1U session today, iho complaint of Mr. McGregor, of Mani- toba, that tLc orders of the board had been detrimental to the livestock ic- dusiry of the country waa brought up. "Not one cent has been Uken from tho farmers by my declared Mr. O'Connor. "The boarj had the right to prevent the price of bilk be- ing raised, pending the placing of the producers' case before the toard. "It Mr. McGregor wante lo maJte a let. hltr. take up the price of mill feed which Is to be before Canadian, wheat board In Winnipeg." o CAR OF FLAX BREAKS ALL MONEY RECORDS WISNrPEG. NOT. A car- load of flax sold here today to agenta of lha DrlilsQ gorern. moat brougbt JS.332, lha most car of grain ever BOW In Winnipeg, according to grain eichajge officlala. The price per fcushel waa LINEMAN GAVE IT AWAY TOnoXTO. Nor. of whisker to WJonE- I peg Tere focad alongside Ihe Canii- Pacific Hallway ]aat east of the cltr today br the police. A Irneman who dlscotBred tho whlsley sampled It and, becoming icloilcal- ed, told of Ihc find, causing conflsra- (Jon of the entire cooFlgnraeDt tefora Ihe bootlEggers Tor rrhom 11 In- tended could get It away. MISAPPROPRIATION OF FUNDS IB CHARGE SURNED TO DEATH SASKATOON, Nov. James D'Arcy, of Venn, Sask was burned lo death In his Etore. Two men irere seriously Injured In attempts to rescui him. VANCOUVER, NOT. W. 9. ETICB. caFhler lor Ernns, Colemin and Rrant, general mer- chants, and S. M. Slrachan, manager for Johnson and Reeve, brokers, are under arrest, charged nitb misappro- priation of foods aggregating T31.0DO from Ihc firm o.' Braua. Cokman and Evans. PURE FOOD MARKETS WEEK-END SPECIALS The Flcamci-d Wiltcm and Barium, which passed down through the crnmcnl locks here morning, re- ported n smashed pilot house nncl S. C, PROSPEROUS Rome ship's furniture llontlng In the -jj----_ heavy sea off tlio Manltou Island. OTTAWA, Nov. T. D. Pal- From tbode-irrlptlon, Uia bcllcvDtl byitullo, minister of mlnea for Ilrltlsh ihc marine officiAla, thnt the wreckage Columbia, has been "in tne capital for part of the upper works of Iho a couple of days on departmental John Owen. nes3 ivlih the Dominion govern- UnconHrnied report.i from Omnrt incnt. In the course of-conrcraallon Marls, between here anil MarqueUo, J Mr. Paltnllo spoke optimistically oC on the Boulh shore of Lake Superior. I gnncral ronclltlons In -Drllish Cnlum- Tvcrc Lo Iho effect Mint an iiirtnuwn bla nnd expressed the view IliaL tbu Eicur.or tone to pieces near coast province has come satlsTactor- poinl. Hy through the -re-adjuslmont porlol The gale, wllh niter the war. hcavj- .snow, is said by lako men to ba' Ihe worst so far Ihls year on the up- per-lakes. A number of ships arc in shelter here at White Fish Point ami oTher places of ANOTHER SLEEPING SICKNESS CASE, 'PEG 'Nov. One moro case of 'sleeping Elckncss" was rc- pnrtct] the local health aulhnrlties today. Dr. G. ll; head of the pro- l board of health, sent not- Ice.s to every in the province asking Chat nil rases of the dlseaso bo reported Inuuedtately ujfjn dlscov6ry. v v BANK CLEARINGS JELL1COE WILL STOP OFF AT WINNIPEG "WINNIPEG, N'ov, Jcl llcoc arrives In Winnipeg on Nov. 23 and leaves for .Ottawa on the morning uf Nov. 25. Tho only public function HO far nrrangcd Is a luncheon on Mon- day to he given by Iho navy league. BOLSHIES TAKE OMSK, N'ov. town of Ishim, SO miles north or Pntropavlovsk, has been occupied by the nolsherlkt. The laller have crossed tho Tsltlm river and advanced from 25 lo 50 miles nn r.n Irregnlnr front lo the town of Tokusnl, on thu Kurban rail- way. Tohuahi ia 150 mlloB due east of Omsk. Dank clearinps for this week an oOO. an Increase of over per H he of Interest to Canadians to bfar that their old commander, IrfOTtl IJyng, tins re- tire from the IJrllJah army to become chairman or the United Services fund, which ndrmnlstcra Iho accumulated ft, f. profits of 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 the following prices: BEEF Sirloin Roast, per Ib. 25c Middle Cuts of Sirloin, Ib.........28c Rump Roast, per Ib. 22c Rib Roast, perlb... 20c Shoulder iSc 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.........3Sc Lard Compound, 5 Creamery Butter, 2 Ibs, for Westminster Meat Market 310 Thirteenth Street North UYING FURNITURE AS AN INVESTMENT Is next to buying Viclory 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 urJets 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 niece Walnut Suile with 45 inch by 6 toot extension table, round pedestal style. Duffel with two cutlery drapers, double cup- board, linen shaped lop mirror. Arm chair and five solid chairs -with slip seals, upbolsiercd in-No. 1 Art leather. Price China Cabinet to'match. 'T'f nn Price onlv.........'................................... 1 .U V WILLIAM AND MARY SUITE DeaullTul eight piece suite, built of selected oak in Ja'tobenn finish; hufTet has two cutlery cupboards, large linen drawer pjirt IODS mirror; round pedestal style, -H inch top extending to six EccL Arm chnir and five Eide.cbalrs, upholstered ivitb leather, TAPESTRY CHESTERFIELD, CHAIR and ROCKER llcnutlful three iricco suilo with deep spring backs, heavy pillow arms nnd loose cushion seals on bcsl spring edge .'.cat; bcsl quality or umlcriiLls ami workmanship. Insuring the maximum degree or coniforL and lasting service. Covered ia tapestry or pleasing floral design ................................ftOU.UU Odd Buffets, Dining Room Tables, Dining Chairs, Pedestal Library Centre Tables, Smokers, Writing Desks, Coslutncrs. COLONIAL DINING SUITE 5- piece suite made of selected quartered oik in the goldeu fln'aTi. Buffet has two cutlery drawers, two cupboardSj large linen drawer, shaped ton mirror, round pedestal table, 52 Inch lop estendlns to eight feet. Ann chair and lira slda chairs upholstered with leather. OAO Aft Prlco fa U J U FUMED OAK DINING SUITE Eight piece Fumed Oak Suite, largo buffet with two cutlery draw- ers, two largo linen drawer, shaped top mirror, round pedeslal Uiule, 44 Inch lop extendlDg lo six reel; arm chair and AA fivo aide cnairs upliolstercd itllli leatlier.................. 1 China Cabinet lo WALNUT BEDROOM SUITE Sli piece Walnut Bedroom saile. consisting of bed .In prellr large three drawer dresser, size ol lop 20i40 inches and 24-30 Inch plate mirror; chitfonler with four large drapers, top 19x30 Inches with mirror 16x20 Inches; dressing teble ts'lth triple mirrors Hi22 Inches and 3il9 Inches; cnne scaled bench and rocker. Our price, 01ft ftft onlj- jlU.UU DON'T OVERLOOK OUR GROCERY DEPT. In this you will find one of the besl assorted stocks in the city at prices that will reduce the high cost of living, Apples, Mclntosh, No. 2 wrapped, per box Oranges, per dozen...............50c, 60c, 70c Onions, 5 Ibs. for.........................25c Squash, per Ib.......................... 05c Campbell's Soups, 2 tins ..............'.....35c Gong's Pork and Is, 2 for............25c Potato Flour, per pkf. 25c Ground Rice, Holbrook's................... I5c Custard Powders.........................IS. Equal Egg, I tin equals 6 dozen eggs, per tin.....50c Klim, powdered milk, per tin................50c Shortening, in I Ib. pkgi., per 40c Mazola Oil for Salad and Cooking, per tin 65c FREE DELIVERY IN THE CITY Tea, bulk, extra good Yilue, per Ib. 60c Coffee, freshly ground.............. 50c and 60c Pure Maple Syrup, Ib. 9Sc rV Maple Syrup, 5Vz Ik. Peel, mixed cut, ready for sis, 1 Ib. box.......50e Pickles, sweet mixed, per pint...............25c Corn Flakei, Kellogg's 3 pkgs...............34c TOILET SOAP Taylor's Infant's Delight, 3 cakes for..........35c Lavender Bath, 4 cakei for................. 2Sc Goblin, 3 cakei for.......................2Sc Try ui a month and yon will not talk about the high coit of eating. FREIGHT PREPAID TO COUNTRY POINTS. L. C. TEEPLE PHONE 515 FURNITURE AND GROCERIES DOMINION BLOCK 4th Ave: Choice Roasts of BEEF at 15 and 18c. per Ib. Choice Roasts of VEAL at 15 aid 20c. per Ib. Choice Roasts of PORK at 30 and 35c. per Ib. Choice Legs of LAMB at 35c. per pound Dominion Picnic Hams at 28c perlb. Average 6 to lODbi. This is the best value in the city on smoked meats. Place' TOUT orders early at they mil go quickly. We have also a choica selection of MILK-FED TURKEYS MILK-FED CHICKENS FANCY FOWL Burns' Special Tomato Sans-1 aje, lothing fiwr n tin city, per Ib. 35c Purm' Ideal Poultry Food, 10 Ib. packages, a reel en producer ..75c Ask for Shamrock Brand Hams, Bacon, Lard and Bat- ter, the Empire's Standard, used from Coast to Coast P. BURNS and Co., Ltd. MAIN MARKET, PHONE 412 DOMINION MARKET, PHONE 1tM DOMINION FISH AND POULTRY MARKET, PHONE 544 ;