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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .PAGE'FOURTEEN THE IJTrHBHlTXiR DAILY HFRAI NOVEMBER 21, .1919 coils, cr In default P! fitment Ihrea 1 inivdins In Ibo Itfiibbrlago Tho line was pelj, lu its second coqTlcilou, Victor el- ton. a fanner residing off the Blair- 1 more road, was (oucd. on a suirch. of h'.s premises by SerceaiU CiswtU and Maijafl-on. to be In unlaiv- j [ul of threu cue gallon 'jars of ifco meonslilno bracil of whU- .t Ikey. tea accuse! was Ga- anJ costs. orl V GRAVES OF FALLEN HEROES BEING CARED FOR TENDERLY A. P. P. Hot On Trail of Illicit Convictions Secured The proTliu-kl police ate on the red i LHU 1 UUHLUHU I hot trill alter niooaehlno whiskey In] Iho Fa as. anJ so Jar bare obLilni-d ivo j conviction's. The first ol these ai I Colarain where on Lhe premises or jonn Stevelak. la tt9 basement, was discovered u gallon keg t'oa- tfllnln'c eli grlMcs of moonshine whis- key. The search. was by- Con si Ale Hough-tan and Coaliable Merlarlson, in a lunbw find of nineteen quart bodies of tho sim-s In a bedroom. Accused, who was broujht up before Magistrate Dlscey. on the l9ih. plead- Ths ladlej were oat in force at Ihe ed guiHy lo the oScnco ol bavins iho I amraal meeting ol the quantity of liq-jor unlawfully (n Ladles CnriiEf Cluh_held ID the Y Will Acquire Shares In Syndicate, Linking Up British IntcmU irs. S. J. Shepherd Will Attack of Ladies in Great Winter Game and was JTned and The officers: S. J. Shepherd. A. M. Marshall. Haiell. Shepherd Mrs. M. C. A. iMl eTOulcfi. They elected their officers sad tppolnted their s'tlps. The I annual fee !a to be Ji.fltf for active ciemborE and (or others who.wish. (o join In occasionally. Tha hope to havo al least Thursday asd Saturday evenings as j j Trcll AS lie BfiemooDs. If lhay can get at lean ono or two sheets these j evenings, then success for ihe season J asstirod. They have an active raem- Weak, thiii or women i bcrship at present or nt least 2S mem- nearly noways i-arvoos I bsrs. and look forward to an excellent" Itus 'conelusivsly proving that thin-1 ness, riebilrry and TPUHIS- j Ihenia' rj-o almost ID variably dae to nervo ttarnuiun. Feed your nerve? and all syuplorus duo 10 i Etarfatlon Jiinpaear. Eminem state Mrs- Kerscson. Miss E. Alrd. of the hesE A lags for ihe nnrres fa Mbs Buchanan, Miss L. Bawden. Miss an orcscic phosphate kiOTvu BawiJen.______________ druggists rvs a five-1 tsolei of -vhicli should bo ufeej: I Homer Waffle, sujwrm'enuenl o[ v.llh each .Being a gamine the Slmcoe Wool Stock Co.. was In- hailder and no'- a iXitnulant or hnbil-'stcnlly killed .at tae mill, his body fcrmibfi dnis. Diiro-i'hosphaie can be j passing helween two level cogwheeli 1 ]r taien by the and and bfclng cyi in iwo. delicate siitferer, ant-Lie resists f ol-j _ J owics'Us use are olUia suuply By sircngtaening the (Jred peojile resaia eaersi- ncd vigor: thinner and angularity give way to pluinpuess ond ccr.-cs; slwp returns. 10 Ihe.. cccUidcLcc an-J debility eart eyes beconw bright and pale, sunken cheeks regain the piak Q{ health. _ lie ol.whicli la ineipenslve, won- "deriully promotes.the a.ssirailation of much tbal'inany people report marked gains in weight ID a few wBete. who-do utrl deElre to put oa use care in avoiding fatrprodudos foods.- -Advert- connection with its lutoreata In Great Connected wllh the syndicate .__ lc" tait- MONTREAL, Nov. a In; of the board of ihs Dominion Steel Corporallon and Us coniilt-jted com-[ yesieruay it WAS decided that ite Domlnloa Iron anil Steel company will sell to a London syndicate, com- posed of prominent British ncfl I'lisiuessnieu, fhires of iho coiamoa slCK-X ol tho Dominion Steel Thts K to be new stock which tha Iron and Steel company will acqulro fix-tu tha parent corpora- lion, and will DO! affect In p.ny man- ner tho 50.000 Eharea which held by the Jron and Steel company. Tho price Lo bo paid Is 470 a share. y_ Following this policy of closer Brit- ish relations, tha syndicate, ilr. Work- man staled, ivin aiipolnt from Its mem- bers an Rilrisory committcu for tho express purpose of co-operating wlih the present Dominion Siccl board In -t.OXUOX, Nov. 1C. A, 4 George Graham and Mra. Graham have relumed lo Knglaod after vlslilus tho grave of their son In France- Hon. Mr, Graham smted that he wa3 moat favorably Impress- ed wtlh ihe taUo of the war" jrBTes adding ibat toe v work of collecting llii-sa oodlfs hurled In scattered places and reverently re-Interring them In cemeterlei had been coloFtal. but with Aim lo Acllon lo His Hand About mas Time Lloyd Harris Declares Canada Shbuld Start Producing TORONTO. Xov. Lloyd Harris, Canadian trade commissioner in Eur- ope, last nlffhl gave an instructive arid aro VIscouut FurneEE, Sir William 1 inleresiiny address heron; the roeni- Uardtnore. Sir Trover Dawson, Sir! of tha Canadian Advertising Ctub Harry McGowaa, Ben Talbot and at the King Edward hole! here. Mr. Henry Steel, all of whom ara out- fields. A quarterly i figures in their respective on Domin- ion. Iron nnd Steel company preferred stock et the rato of 7 per cenl_ and of the Dominion Steel Corporal losi a dividend ol S V" cent, were anlhoriz- A Woman's Right to (o aimr pod Lullh. Ths secret of beiitb 13 cSitfly to miinlain ror. tctirity ol tho Sornich. bcmdi nkia md kidney. BEECHAM'S PILLS PirTERBORO, OoL, XOT. G. UaelBy, a, local lawyer, was arrested here yesterday on a warrant charg- ing him with manufacturing Mn.uor and also having a slilt in his possession. The police claim that the Mquor raari- ufaciurlng outfit once located in, a store, but recently was removed to the home of Mr. Uagley. The accused was president of the local branch of the Citizens' Liberty league and formerly assistant secret- ary or the Peterboro Conserva- tive Association- He has been a prac- ticing lawyer in Peterboro for a num- ber of years. TORS VOICE The Prince's FAVORITE DANCE SELECTION "Johnny's in Town" 99 cents for 10-inch, double-sided Johnny's in Fox Trot Oh I What a Pal WM Tfot Henri's Orchestra 216065 Henri's Orchestra 216066 Hear them at any "His Maker's Voice" dealers by Cfira-o-phooe Co., Umlled, Montreal Harris announced that a Canadian ex- hibition would ha held in London. Eng- land, ceii June. He nsfccd ev3ry CM- adlcn manufacturer to do hia even at a financial loss, (o ruake the eihl- a gigantic success. Mr. Harris declared Ihat Ibo great Impression lelt on nis mind on Ifnv- iug England was tiiat he had discov- ered the British Empire. The empire was little known to Canadians, bat he thought they knew considerably rnoie -ibout It Ihan the English them- selrei. There were colonies wllhln Lhc empire doing a tremendous trade acd Canada BE yet' had never (one oui lo look for the business- Mr. Har- ris Assured the meeting that the at- lilL'Je cl thg- British people been very friendly 'toward Canada in the launching out of the European trade policy. All the colonies take goods lu Canada. Canada at the present raomeol need- ed great leadership with cooperation. they liad lhatT they could build p Ihe country on z. solid and perrr.a- foundation. Peopls In eastern said Mr. own" wailing- to go lo work and ast- Tor nialtrlal and machinery n England and Canada jieopli itling down and refusing tj produce, anada, ho declared, had to ttart pro- ucLion at ones and se'.tla any Ullttr- of opinions after "'.he rush'J was i ovar. Today Canada could se'l orerylhitlf he rjianufactured. .There was no cully In selling goods, tbe job "was o obtain Ihem from the manufaclur- Mr. HurrU esld he liad suggest d to the British authorities the set- ng up of an empire trade council lo ake an inventory of the commercial iEiilHit's of the empire with view oT utjlislng all of the raw ma- erlal within' the cinpire. The coua- il would he set up and the results be luler-lmperiBl SELL VICTOR RECORDS The Willis Piano Co. m THIRD AVENUE SOUTH HOLDS 2.75 TORONTO, Nov. To- ronto 3Ur tofiy publlilici a eiblt from a lUff corrcipondent London, Englind, to thi (ffect Ihe British miner, aim- ing to force Lloyd George1, hand about Cnrlatnlaa time, on th-a tFon of nmtlonalljatlon of mlnei. Leader, of the miners are quietly completing their plane, the cable, which declare, thnl the prtmler will bo given shoit notice to lubmlt to the country qutl- tlon of nationsllzatlon cr face In- stant and Induttrlal up- heavaf. FINAL RESUIJS If! MENNONITCS GIVtft LEAVE TO APPEAL Nov. Leave to ap- ejit to tho Pi'prcma court or Canada ho decision agdlnat tho Mennon'.tea rerenlly delivered by the Mrnllobi court of appeal was glicn by the lat- er court today. decision being appealed waa hy lie police rafis- ot Mordou, MHoItoba, ngalnEl hvo were and for not rending tbeJr children to l under the School Attendance ad- Tho appeal WES carried from the MonItolin appeal court up to the su- preme court ol Canada atOlLiwa, bat ,ho Meimonltcs were refused a hcar- .ug until ttoy had pennla- sloa from Manitoba court. ST. JOHN'S, NDd., Nor. Rc- i.tiniE from the recent general election were completed loday with tho an- nouncement ot the vole from the SI. liarbedls district, ballob, from there being delayed IS days uy storms. The election In lhal district of Jobii Scam- fishermen's candidate, uid not chango (be majority of iho new gur- ernment parly, aa James MacDonnell, who was elected for St. Georges has refused the portJoIIo of asrirulture because It did not Include a cabinet seat and, it was announced, will Join the opposition led by Sir Michael Cash in, tie defeated premier. Tho now government, headed by Richard Squires, will have 23 seats In the legislature and the opposition 13. EX-MAYOR FINED KOMONTOX. Xov, Mayer 11. M. E. Evans Jn the city police court TueaJay afternoon found guilty on the charse of exceeding the auto speed limits ot the city and was .Iced MS and'the costs of the proseruilou- Al the Ume ha was driving Sir Henry Dray- ton ou Victory buclnen'. BE KUBE PREMIER of Jnvttee For the Voten BKUBSELS, XOT. The rwuH of Ihi 644.- CalhoIkE, ftfs.tP6; ?D9.16S; ChrleUan Front 14.422. The and will one hundred xud four teals In ihe chacber of and the plher lerentr-nlnc. Emtlo minister ol as lice, la mentioned for the premler- dhip. lie resolute idrocate of .Socialist coHnboratlon In the (OTCni- ment. James Smith, for many Tears in- torosted In nilotnE and la retail trade 'Q nosatand, Ja dead. Ho vai nn old Umcr In B.C. Mid had lUe-1 la Pritico Rupert fllnco 1909. EASILY TRACED Thousands who aire none too strong trace the present weakened state to influenza or tome like-debilitating illness. Such could not do better than try the strength-restoring and body- building virtues of SCOTT'S EMULSION This efficient tonic is nourishment in a form that helps build up a healthy resistance. are not in your accustomed strength and need a tonic, rich, nourishing SCOTT'S EMULSION will help you. Try It! E'- oyrit, TBraato. Pal ___ ST.-LOUIS, Mo., Nor. of .75 alcoholic content was declared lo ic non-Intoxicating In a decision hand- id down today liy Judge Pollock, of he United Stales district, court, in which he granted a temporary injunct- ion restraining United Stalea Altor- ley Hensley and Inland Revenue Col- eclor Moore from, enforcing the war ime prohibition lair against St. swers. In effect, Judge 1'oltock sanclloneil Iho IlfllnR the litl en beer in St. txiuls. In the decia'.rm Lhc judge granted n emjlorary restraining order enjoining .heUnUcd Slates district attorney and Jie collector of inlaiirl revenue from enforcing the iirovisions of the Vol- ilcatl Act. The order Is Diadc opcr- illve al once. LINOLEUM "We haVe just received a shipment of Linoleum and Linoleum Squares and we 'are now able to show a good range of patterns in Linoleum, 2 or 4 yards In using 4 yard wide Linoleum, you can cover your floor with piecey away with the strip dowri the centre. v 4 yds wide, per sq. yard 120 QUEBEC MARRIAGES ARE ANNULLED MONTREAL, Nov. mar- riagea were ancullcd by JudgmenL of the Biipcrlor court yeslerdaj'. In Iho ffrsl Instance, Mr. Justice Ducklos malnladied Ihe rellllon of Henry Viii- cent, contractor, of Montreal, and his wFfe, seeking to quash the marrlago of. their 3611, Edward Francla Vincent to Mary Ferguson, on the ground tlial al the lime of Ihe ceremony the brldo grooin waa a minor and had not ft Iho consult of' pellUonorB to tho marriage, In (tic cccond Instance Mr- Justice Codorc declared nuil anc void the rnarrfaRe of Joseph 1'au Valldc to Ixiuijie Ganachc, because Vnlldc was a minor and morcrcr, I was 6 til ed that Ixmlsc Qanachc was a married woman al the lime ol he marriage wllh Valtdc. This case TTB; Iho outcome of a romance. KEEP OUT, SAYS HON. T. A. CRERAH WINNIPEG, Nov. words of warning to lo keep out of provincial politics, at any rale, until ihft prolec- Live larliT had been dlsposeJ o( and olhcr vitally Imporlanl .national. reform.q hail been cf- 4 fectcd fcalurtd the address dc- llvercd hy Hon. T, A. Crerir al IJrandon Tueadaj' hrght. ft ff v Linoleum Squares These are made o( saoA Linoleum in .patterns likes woven ruja. i LINOLEUM SQUARES 6x9 feet...........-.. 7V2X9 9x9 feet...........'.. 9x12 BRUSSELS RUGS 9x9 Axminster RUGS 9x9 9xlOy2 feet.......... L. C TEEPLE Phone 515 Furniture and Groceries Dominion Block Fwrth Ave. ;