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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta t', NOVEMRKH28, 1919 TIIE LRTIinnmGF. DAILY HIJRALD. PAGE THinTKKJi MI-FIB FDR Local Barrister, W.V.PoapslfWM Leave City Soon] of Hiring Butted Liter- ature Not Coffered Ax Vwy Terrible to of Its prominent cHlzeni tu Hr W. V. pat. larriJltr. It dlicoutinu- the pnctlM of Itw end bccoiolmf wttk hU la tbe nun- Heck Juatlce utlifl'd with Ln? inv o[ ?3 (hie and coili op seven of tbe uid in addi- tional coil of la tbe cue of P. H. Harding, when the ndjotjaed CUQ Of the TJIMe fur tho vloUtkm 'of tho order-lii-council porUIalaf to censorship.: lu their btiaff ID kKMtea- tlon of banned literal tire, came up be- fore Magistrate Eiirrall al the Vrprl- clal police on Friday morning The eight wen Mn. W. 11 ings, Mrs, 0. K. Tait. and Sterna. It. Houimr, C. S. N. H. Mamj. J. Van Haar.loni, J, Thorn pip Mr. C! r'. Harris, acting 'for all tie defendants. In the cmrrt, said that Ills' clients had elected to jurat! guilty. They o em ten ol i" certain belief and were citizens of high reputation who had no Intcnlloii lo the law. Counsel flat- od ilisl lire bnn was lssua'1 originally, In Ihe case of Iho particular publtca- llou known as "The .Finished -Mys- foiir pages of which contained inntlcr whicli waa considered hot" in [nU-rests of Iho policy of ccm- icrlpUoii- rti Ihe lime Adopted. This 'tan was extended to-all publications wlilcli bore ILc Imprint of ihe Iliblo Rnidems, tlie JUsockiicd Ullile SLu- dells, and the Walch Tower Tract 3o- cloVy. and Included Hie hymnals ujed In the places .Dl.ivorEhlp. Jn of of llic defendants, a New Testa- ment, tho same an tbc ordinary one, t lie'Greet tcil on one side and on llic other, came un- iler Ihii ban In that It bore Urn imprint puljlcnlloH .of Ihu society. Mr. YhcphcrU, for nil all Ilia iklcndhuin wcrj well mid t; or-ably fcur.vzi liiiu am! ]ic desire, in prsas 'he injj.1 io severely. !mt thuugln tlui houii IB the 1 ol lUcmturs, an 'li-NJ 1' Iho onlcr-ln-councll, was cva- irary o law. Sh uld Havt Taken Precautions In njng the di'fendonts, the mag- Is Ira I snld thai they should have taken :recaulitins In-see that Iho hrm- 1 nils 11 (I tht Imprints nut out or lliey ere rcliounil for use -.ptthont Iho I iiiiir.e o( tbe" floclcly published tlicuiJ If lliurc conLinuancc of i the lie vrllh the ImjiTint Ihey I be H To lo further At il tics t of Mr.'Harris, on bchaM defcndanlA, tho hymnala were il id lie returned in iheir IMVU- :i tbu oilier publicallous wero Mr. ftftd Mn. to Lc (he dlj within Lhe mouth. Mr. came to this city about 10 ywrt from tho firm of Short, nail UIsKar, of KJmontou. He hu MAOcUtcd with H. II. Dunwuodv anil A. (J. VlrLuo, bat laLor tine prtctlMtl by himself In Union Uauk chfinrtoH. Mn. Poapsi wtg formerly MUe Ltlis M. Wallace and tor departure will n dlellnd IOM to tike wcIaJ of tbe city. Contractor So Tells MARRIED WHEN 19; tie Board of Trade ut Weekly Luncheon ftt the Thondaj Hoard of luncheon, Mr K. II. of MARRIAGE ANNULLED MONTREAL, NOT. by Judgment ot tho superior court, rendered by Mr. Duclos. the marriage annulled of Ren; Jutra% and Una Cat If n. When Ibc wro- Jlror, contractors ol Uos- luony took placo on April 21 last. Jut irbnm be represents la rorUand, rat raf only 15 years ol ugc. too. referred to wMt Irrigation htl In lha Valley In Washington from a desert Into e. verit- able Through Irrigation, Yah- county his become a (enlle couu- j IT, the foremoAt Ln Iho United ihlpplng thirty nillllonB worth of pro-" duoa last Mr. Barber referred to tlu future ot the Jn regard lo expansion when tho mater-1 Ha considered Iho nature of tbe ioll and Its freedom from alkali rery sultoblo lo Irrigation. Inciden- tally ho was loud lu praise of Ihe ap- pearance of Gait Gardens. Working. With Calgary ID Iho absfloco of President Mar- noch In Calgary, Ihe meeting wna pre- aHed ovor by Drym- ncr who staled-that In (he ma'.ter of Iho relief to farmers' families Iho At of trie veterans, Donald MciN'abb haa been chosen by tba Trades and Labor Council aa ;i delegate to the aanual convention of Women's Civic Club wero having the tbe provincial command, to he held In same administered Ihrough Calgary, Kdmonwn, on December 9lh. t where Iho Women's Instiiule.had op- The followlog of a central oDlce to meet all Trader and Labor Council will attend province. the Dominion Labor Partv convention Mr- Mucklcston, cnpncer of Ihe to be lieH In Calgary on'January 5th! UthhrlflBe Northern lrrlEailon pro. JJndlny Failed la Prove Thill Apparatus Did Not Do All Expected nut, Gardiner and P. Smeed. Al Lbc same meeting of Ibc coun- cil, held on Wednesday night tosl, a resolution was adopted urging that a representative of !ue labor men of the city, to work In conjunction with tho Dominion Labor Parly, bo pointed on Ihe Hospital Board. ap- More than will be spent tn all.er3.tlon of special equipment for the .former German passenger liners [igEroRallns tona, recently piloted Ly Ihe United Slates shipping board paasenft-cr aud mail ser- vice between the IJniled Rlatee and South America. Jcct, briefly outlined lUo progress msde la the matter of Lhu Irrigation Act In the mcctlngn that have been held between lilmslct, tho trustees and the solicitor or Ihe nsscclatlon. Ko regular business ivas hroughl up al the meeting. A byc-etecllocrtor the British parlia- ment Is pending at Albaa'B where Sir Hlldrcd Carlyle uas resigned through lie ivas returned unopposed at the last election and has reiirusented the division stnco 190G. Freemantlc la tho prospective candidate for Hie union- ists and a three cornered contest Is probable. Tils Lordship Justice Ivea hand- ed down his Judgment in the caso of Mndlay cL al vs Barrowmun et al lale yesterday afternoon, This case, which has created much local interest, has lahcn three very full days lo hear. A great number of witnesses were, called for either side. The expert evidence wan lengthy and grew quite lecbnical at limes. Us lordship found thai the plain- tiffs, Undlay, and Cemullnl, had failed lo prove that the device was not. as represented by Lhe defendants. lie therefore dismissed the plaintiffs' claim cosls to the defendants, and gave Judgment ta tbe defendants on their counter-claim for loss of profit on the sale. The Action was brought by Lhe plain- tiffs against a local syndicate consist- ing of R. Barrowman. Harry Pilling, Guy "Hoy and Bob Mcllis. This syii- dlcale had tho Balling righls for Al- berta for the Midget Light regu- STOP LOOK and LISTEN a bakngpowder that scientists claim that baikiqg powder alum is unsafe fbruseinfbod.'Iftemexe fact that some brands of have the words A mm >4 A m proof that they are-what theu are rep- resented to be. Our chemists And a good many Ahntibathe outside but laxge (quantities of it inside. MAGIC BAKING POWDER Contains No Alum Pure "Wholesome Economical [alor for ihe use on Ford cars. They liad .soltl some 72 dozen to the ptalu- s who were to act as Eiles agents in the Calgary territory. The plaintiff paid a deposit of ar.d had taken lTery of six dozen instruments, when they became dissatisfied with their contract and brought action lor rescinding of the contract and return of monies paid. They foiled lo prove Ihelr case, with the result as already stated. .McKcnzle and Mcnzle conducted Liie CuSt for ILc successful defend- ants, and Johnstone and Hilchle rep- rcsenled ilie plaintiffs. DlRHASOPtHED An Englishman signing himself "F. S. T." has given to the Chancel- lor of the Eicbequer in 4 per cent, funding loan for cancella- tion as a thank offering. Tbe Dominion "Labor pnrty hare opened couiniUlco rooina for the. iiiu- i.lripal campaign on Gth Kc S, next :o Ihe ScoUurrl Woollen M.lls The for rofereudu'3 will ba ilfirpd here find mil be ready for ulff- by atlcruiou. 7Jic party wtl_ hold a bis organiTa- tion mp.eting' In the Miners1 Library on Saturday night to map out the cam- in regard lo canvassing, etc. All inquiries as Lo, the voting list will be rooms. iltended to at the WHEAT KING BUYS PAPER WILL PROPERTY LEWISTON. Maine, Nor. The salo of Ihe controlling Interest la the Penobicot Paper company and sldlarles hy the W. H. Parsona com- pany of New York, to Julius H. Barces, of Chicago, United States wheat dir- ector, vraa announced to mlnoflty stockholders here Joday. The proper- IT Includes four mills la this state and Nora Scotia, limber la this slate, Quebec and New; IJrunswlrk' .and a fleet of tugs and barges.. The salo price Tvas estimated .to'be more than ?V50000. V ton.: In uioui io C char T; ID t Cil t was he 1 (o 1 he case o( I1. 11. Harding ,lhe .vero incieaspd, lu thfti the ed police had lo make a Journey the purpose o" the against. Ill in" Casei .Adjourned charges against C. H. Harding iillln Harding, for being in itos- i of, hanneil literature rclalini; .Blhle Students., wero adjourn- Thuraday afternoon ncxl. To urt Mr. lltmltng Flnletl lhaL lie o knowledge that the Htcruiuru n his house, lie thought ilml d destroyed all mailer routing Bible. Sl'idenld. ECALLS OLD .DAYS nni ot the'U. N. 11. P. will b'j Ktcrcstea In ITic fcllowlng artlclo fn f Xorfh Dakota yaiicr- rolatlns io S. I. JarTls, nn ex-inounllc Who wn9 th'o force at the time of the HEul re lllon .In IS'SC, and who was visit. In Bismarck a ?ei niter MADE IN CANADA YOUR NEXT PHONOGRAPH WILL BE A BRUNSWICK (All Phonographs in One) And s through Uio town In 1879 on Fort Walsh northwestern o tho Jorvla (jftvc Mio foowlng slory: HU First Vlsii :1 rcr.liire In say there arc not mnuj Itjne In.ilny wbn c.nnu down to Ihc, U'ling lo sec off morntny TVC RJpiicd our horses on the llrd Jnrvlg ?aii1. "Tin) police In Ifjzc tlciys wore thu red rnnl wft TO nol rjermltln! lo tin1 while iiiJolnfi through the Uirll- Slale.i." J Jan'la el.sliL years with police, Ills lorrltory ox- idcrl ,fronl llic Mpntann line lo tho clrclCr .and; bo covered Lliat ,Wo rtdliiR from KorL b'nlali. ngo nhniulniioil and mxcd, ft Fort Ohlnpuwnyan, N'onvoy House nil York Kfiflor. He. anil his com- traveled without -IcnlByo, he 'nlil, -when II 40 ilcprooi belnvr At; hlfiht, rtocordlnp lo tho men would "rile n Iioln In llio snow, In" and cover the dpentnK3 wllli Jle aft Id llic quarters! wcfd very unforlable. 1 Indians Ija'J at Cay tjnrvfa WAS one of tho niounletl ollro over the entire nnrlh vent wctd coinvollfiil lo faco lionaan-lB of Indians and half whim Kiel Incited lhain lo rebel, ntnl they heU them at bay unlEI lO.dOfi soUIcra could bo relied to Jjlholr K wnen't ji pleasant J .tarrU. "If the HlarkfcoL Intlhnn jontf oul with wo irniild hfive'btfin riono for. Dul thoy fcfl loyal. Afler Iho war camft rMrihit- lion, nnrl I RRw-ns rnnny men n' olio Mmn ft I lows info The fcnEllAh Y.M.C.A.-Is ftppenl lo Iho public to from Insolv cocy Rnrl dliaolnllon, It faces A rift flcltof ftllcied (o have uccn caused mainly Mi rough itrov'dlng tfor another year's CflinpulRii, ftlso Ifi connection with demobilisation and Ircsh. woflt. (n .Husala. Ihe 'Round9 All- Wood Horn YOU never heard of a "sqrrtre" horn In n. band or any musical Inslrumcnl; you HCTCT sa-T a square mega- phono. We learned In Hlsli School thai all Bound-waves travel In circles or ovala, yel you will nol find any round horns In any of tho old stylo Tallilu? Machines. ArttEts sfns INTO round horn, and Ihc nnmswlctc sends li OUT In ft round horn. "Thai's a simple "secrel" isn'l it! And yet ro one has evet mado a round WOOD horn more than that, no one Klje ever will, Ms Is ono of the exclusive pa'cnt. ed [fulnr'ts ot llic Bruniwlck. Tnis one foalure alone Is responsible for much ot Ihe Druns- .wick's wonderful TONE- ]l makea every good ANV BSMUM K Is like a violin. Yet the BRUNSWICK cotti no more than ordinary phono- Prices conrentiontl models range from J148.M U J395.M. And Here Are 86 More Reasons V'oii ore nol restricted to any one list of nr- llsis' .with R aol. Every arllst Is avcllftblc for the owner ot a Urunsirlck, There svllits of ivorld-witic fame In par- ticular, wliose records arc In prcat demand. These prcaL nrllsl9 slnK for different makes uf records. Thai's the value of the Brunswick. Dut all of these tllfierent records arc played COHKECTLY on tlic All-record DmruwiCk. Tills, moans that when you own ft Brunswick EVERY Grand Opera Star. .EVERY Jflzz Uand, EV1JKY VoiKlflvIlle Entertainer, Or- phcalral Organization, KVERYBODY" helps lo entertain the Drunswlck owner. And mnrk llila: 1-Tvcry mnke ot record Is irinycil on Uio juat as IT It had been rondo especially for Hie Bruns- wick. Go to llic Dnmgwick dealer listcj Rnd let yonr.cnrs he the Judge. Have the dealer piny ANY make of record on the Ilrunswlck, and sco (or yourself how thr, Brunswick Ijltona is B mere iwlsl of Ilic wrist (o ony mnke of record. Ami nuto Ihe wonderfully lifelike jiurlly of (ono of I-5VBIIY record wncn played ou the Urunstvfck, 'x' V And The Att-Needle ULIONA THE MUSICAL MERCHANDISE SALES COMPANY 3ofc Canadian Diilributors H3 POrt.ige Al'e. E., Winnipeg THIS wonderful Reproducer was designed AFTER all groaL Record Libraries Trere fonnetl. It fs N'OT aUachment, nnd II plays any make or type o! record wllliout laklng anything olt or pulling anyllilng on. A twlfl of (he It Is- ready for anything. No needles lo change. Ami IL plays every record CORRECTLY, with JU31 the righl ncedlo, Jusl Ihe rlghl vvoleht, anil describing' jusl the right ivrr. across thn record. And your necdlo lype records actually Insl longer. Since (ho HrunM-ick rarac wllli Inls wonderful Invcnllon, no- lice how they al] say, "plays nil records." Jusl you Ec-e how they do come. lnTcslJgulo. Iho ULTONA. You cannot afford to makt a mistake. Your nearest dealer below will gladly the BRUNSWICK for you. Your old model Uken in exchange, J. G. R o b e rt s o n an d Cbnipany LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BUILDING ;