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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE J.ETHBRIDGE HERALD v.. JDAY, 9 i' FINAL APPEAL TO OTTAWA FOR THE NATURAL RESOURCES TO HANG GRANTED NEW TRIAL WINNIPEG, Nov 29 J app-al to Ottawa should be Tfor the transfer cf natural If this falls, !et us seek "-made by the prune provinces Jostle declared Pre mief Charles Stewart of Alberta today In discussing the fv'forthcomlng re-opening of neeo- j tlatjons for the transfer of natur :3l "resources from federal to pro- u nrlal r.cntrol Premier Stewart thinks each province should present Its own case individually at Ottawa. Ow- ing to the'varied character of the settlements which would. hive to be iriade-ln :'rS5ptct of subsidy, he ac- tion would be best. The premier admitted 'that In view of the .greater length of time under whtph Manitoba had suffered Injustice, as compared with Saskatchewan and -Alberta, this province _ had j perhaps the strongest claim o! all. Farm Laborer in Court With (o Hold L Employers Responsible At the Supreme Court, this (Mon- daj) mormn" Hie case ol Clark vs v? is Ifgun ind Is proceeding iyilh Mr. Justice Walsli presiding. The plalntilf. Murslon Clark, isfa farm laborer, residing at Spring Coulee. The defendant. Karl A. gmith. resides at .Denver, Colorado, and lite defendant Harry H. .Over at Slerlicg. Illinois. The defendants conduit a ranch in the Spring Coulee district under the name of Smith and MONTREAL, NOV. Boycal and Feodor Ealan, who were sentenced to hang on her 17 for the murder of Peter Shullman last April, were- this morning granted a new trial by the court of former verdict and sentence being auto- matically quashed. The two men will be tried again: at the next term of'the court'of king's bench in March, wm of Most Strenuous Contests in History of the VANCOUVER, Nov. Final FARMER BROWN'S BOY APPEARS BY THO'RNTON w. BURGESS 'An.W ic the cause of mercy Is always, righj sad always A 'tis so few have courage Tti show it when and as they tho Red Sq.iUrrel. The hunted who had shot at Rii'sly the Fox Squirrel weut over to the tree up v.hlch Kusty had .limbed and look- ed carefully at the phi-a where the shot had struck. He found two or (lirce little red spots and some red hairs. He at once what they meant. -t "1 hit thai tellow after and, actually looked pleased. You .see Jimmv "High in England meetings In one. of the most siren- aP' io thoughtless Plavs Part Of Uous provincial election campaigns' fhat.'hunler was thiuting. of himself. i ran 01 ___ A bit Of local interest is Introduced Into ot "Sqn Toy, 'Jin the history ot British Columbia are ind not giving a single poor Ijeicg held tonight and tomorrow in the various ridings. 'Polllug takes place on Wednesday; December 1, voting taking placo Ueiveea the hours cf S a.m. and 7 p.m. IJoth Premier Oliver and W. J. Bow which is to ha presented at tho.Ma-iser, opposition leader, are speaking and ready, to .shoot again. Presently jestic the presence in the here tonight at two meetings "and to- he discovered the hole in which Rusty company of a Lelhbridgo young man, j morrow night" the government leader had sought safety. He studied it care- to think' he had shot straight and the idea might he'suffering didn't hesd. Then he carefully talked Iree looking up for a glimpse of Rusty who Is well known addresses.a final rally in 'Victoria, in the cllv Fo He takes tho part of High the OJcr v The plMnlift claims that in inonth of Februarj 101S K was hired M tho defendant ranch man iger AVi'li ra S Blance to tend the defendants' cattle. In .the "course ot uU he stationed at a.lonely part of the niuch where ho iiv6d -alone. Jle -was provided with hor es and a wagon and was re- iiulred and e-spectcd to drive to the nnch headquarters from time to lure for lud Instruction Oiie ot-the horses; he alleges, .ivas and onK parth broken and h" noliflcd tuis to the ramh manager who refused to preside him wlthfau other Plilntin stales that on July ISih 1S19 wh le ho was driving Into the ranch headquarter the horse red to became frightened" and horses bolted He -was thrown Tram wagon and one of hia, ,iroken and badlv laceraled totally incapacitating him from pursuing his ordinary calling and inflicting per- manent injuries IIo claims TJis 8 S105C for loss of earn find suffer injury, a f 7 apnci'lng plaintiff, and H Qstlund and W Beattle for the dc Kndanls -s, 'Jimmy" Kingston will he remem- beretl as being a hoy in the city with a good singing voice, when his par- ents resided In. here. He local 'detachment of the Mounted as bugler in 1014, and accom- panied the that went overseas in the Siberian .expedition in 1917. Ho was at Vladivostok-and at Omsk. On returning, to London; Eng., young the Stuart Whyte and is uow serving his apprenticeship with it. He is ap- pearing San Toy" .and tho 'Geisha." While waiting for the'forru- ing of the company he was for three months on tour with Pantages. whence he is 900 of the Liberal can- didates. Ho is also a candidate in tally. "I Bald he. "that climb up there I can get that fellow ouL of Delta, a.rldmg he represented, for tuere. That was a Fox Squirrel, the sotno years. Mr. Bowser heads the fjrst one I have Been about Conservalive ticket in this city and years. He is worth taking a-lillle he not seeking election elsewhere, j troubje to get.'" KA the campaign meetings have So tho his gun against ings for medical hospital 00 for paiu and 'su arig for permanent total 58225 g F ana A B Production of "Babes in Delighted a .Crowded House the j letter carrier is suing a Cam bridge Miss woman for 000 claim ing she slammed the door on his, handr IT IS FACT aucL not theory, I that every drop I of nch, nounshing that of nch, nounshing Scott's Emulsion is readily utilized by I the system in build- I Ji uM ing up strength. OrJ Rub Musterole on Forehead and Temples A headaclie lemtdySviihout the dan.- gersjf headachemedianc.' Relieves headache and that miserable feeling froni colds or congestion. And it acts at ODceT Musteroleisaclean.whiteomt ment, made with oil of mustard. Better than a mustard piaster and does not blister. Used only externally, and m noway can it affect stomach andheart, as'some'intc-mHi.Tnedicinea do. for sore throat, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, ''congestiob.jjleurisy, rheumatism, lum- bago, all pains ,and aches of the hsck or joints; sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, of the chest iA often prevents pneumonia) "Dear Old Saturday as'.il tHe'SIajestic.on Saturday production 'of the in the Wood can fully be said to'express the pleasure and the eTijoymant oHhe crowded greeted'-J the Stuari JVhile corapanj the has gained through previous Mcits to the cit> thevhig audience t to the fhcatre-'anticipaling goo3 lime, and the "gooas were delivered" in full and copious measure. It was a 'very-fine perform ance all the way through, with man; distinguishing eTirerael; pleasing varletyV The.gdhg of fun .wai Mei! oil tho stage and had'its' un echo in the-hlg- audience The Stuart "Whyto company Is ail old favorite'in-Lethbridgij'and Saturday night's performance sorted to make 1 a prime one c. regard lo the ncll he'i-said that seldom has ther been seen on the stage at lie such a bevy of''hcautituisgirls Tuneful found- tlte'If count o part-in gr-ceful figures, and whol was a tasteful bounuot-frbm bud ga" den of girls The poster trio proved thovrea from the 51 lie End Rdac and brought the house down with srsorlations .of this unique characte Tho whole piece was beautlfntl staged with fino costumes and. stag effects The sqec6ss of Saturday performance should ile of theatre for productions of the Qelshj this week.., Rheumatic Pains Qticfcly Ecied By Ptrietrttlng Himlln'tWliinlOII A safe snrl effcclive preparation to relieve the pains of Rneumitism, Sciatica, Back and is Hamlin's Wizard Oil. It pene- trates quickly, drives out the sore- ness, and limbers up the stiff ing joints and AVixard Oil is a good dependable preparation tp have in the medi- .cine chest for first aid when the doctor may be far away. You will fad almost daily for it in cases of sudden mishaps .or accidents! finch as sprains, bruises, eutj, burns, fcitea and slings. Just as reliable. ,too, for earache, toothache and croup Always keep iHn the house. Iff. If 7.00 tn troubled ylii J riok kujuhl try fun In i WJIpj. ylnwat IHtH plok IJj Russian General Had Police Escort NEW YORK, Nov. a pr caution against acts of (ic eral C. M.' OberOutcheff, cominaud of the Kiev military district Mlurln tho Kercnsky regime, was escorted I police from a Socialist meeting In tl Bronx last night after ho had il nouncod Boviet rulo In liussla, lie'was hissed and booed, when h snltl he wag opposed to flic Uolsh vlsts "because they created u_ terror trying lo rule tho people Russia against their will." Oorieral Oberoulchetf, wltli No man ilapgooil and Dr. J. W. Har man, who was an editor ot sovi Russia, were In a "sy: poalvni" ori the merits of sovlctlsm Ii.i. tho excitement attending departure Irom the meeting, Oener Oberaitchetf Bald ho lost a watt presented to him early In his ml tary career by the late Czar N'lchola KANSAS REFUTES "STRIKE" ALLEGATION BY SOWING MOST WHEAT IN YEAR TOFKKA, Nov. I growers are holding more or le wheat In hope realizing a prottlai, price, a-carfvass juat completed hy t'. stale hoard ot agriculture showing n nrr-a town lo wheat In KnnR.ia th fall prfThably ranking with tho thi largest in the history of Ihc refutes the there Is according to a report Issu Friday by 'J. C. Mohlcr, secretary the board. Ih parlies predict success at the first branches'were high up and; it look I him some time'to reach them! Then The Liberals wind up the campaign he was' stop anil rest th an advantage ot are you dojllg up in .that polling Suth'er-' demanded 'a starp though boy- ish voice. So saying .many ugly things the hunter started off nd, government supporter, having en returned by' acclamation for evelstoke. There'are more than 150 ridldates in Jhe field for the 49 ats. The hunter looked There was to take it homo and. turn it over to him. come down for it-] guess he'll have something to Bay to you, and I hope I'll ho there to hear it If he doesn't have you 'arrested -you'll be lucky. Now come on If'ever there was an angry, hunfer it was the; one who slid dovrn.-. tha tree.' He knew ho had broken the law by hunting on that land, for he hat seen the warning signs. Now he was caught-by a-.freckled-faced hoy, am because the latter had his gun he was helpless. Ho offered Farmer Brown's umped From Fire Escape] a angry-looking boy, and hoy money to give, him hack.his gun ja Ws hanlls was a u was Famiir and say nothing ahout it, but Farme Brown's boy and he was holding the Brown's boy merely ordered him of hunter's own gun. ttnd handled that gun in a way tha "I'm after a'Squirrel I hunter understand that'hi the hunter. Then, lor the' first time.jljnew all about guns and'how to -U6i noticing that'his gun was in the hands I them.' of .Farmer Brown's boy, he shouted So. WINNIPEG, NOT. Lib angrily: "Put that gun downv.wheVe you foundjt! vDo you The anger ih; the face of Brown's boy ga-e way to a ;sudde'n 'grin. "Yes, I said he, "hilt I'm going to-p'itt this gun great mind to Jet you hnow how it feels to bo a Squirrel lip tree with a hunter down e of .KIllarnesY.Ma'n., fell or jumped. His grew angry looking again as oiri'the 'of a he continued: "NV.v, you come doWn this.forenoon.and was out of that tree, and be quick about it. lied. ,.Dr. left hisTwlfa and This is my father's land, and no huiit- hild in. their room, stating, that he ,ing is allowed or, it, and you know if; saying many ugly things, lunter started off, and Fanner Brown' hoy marched behind him with the ie. rible gun to.make sure that he reall; got 6H that'land. 'And all the tim Chstterer. the Red Squirrel looked'o arid snickered gleefnlly. (Copyright, 1920; by, T, W. Burgess) The next "Rusty 'is I Trouble." ONTARIO RHODES SCHOLAR TORONTO, Nov. R; Sti Our New pteam Pressing Machine Will not be hard oa your clothing. dono properly, pressing ana spousing will make your garments wcaivlonger, not.have you? preattnx dons by tha newest pro- prices are reasonable. OR LADIES' Suit; pry, Suit, Sponged and Pressed ...51.25 Suit, Pressed................TS Work tailed for and delivered. Lee Duck 402 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE 1778 Christian Science Society, Lethbfidge ANNOUNCES A FREE LECTURE OH CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BY Ezra Weaker C5.B., of 1 Member of the Bpard of Lectureship of the. Mother Church, The First Church of Chrjjt In Botton, Man. In the Masonic Hall, 1 Oth Street South MOST CORDIALLY INVITED' as going down town. Shortly after- you couldn't have got here without ret of Toronto University, son pfj ard his hodyjras pickedrup in therseeing the signs forbidding all hu'ht-iliobert Stirret, of quit below, lug. Now come down in a hurry been selected Rhodes off of this land as fast as your legs scholar residence at are now.reg'ulariTnirt- will take yon. If yon want this gun Oxford in October, 1921. Stir- ters of thVgospel in the have to go ask Farmer lirqwn I ret aervedjh France for three years, liurch in ..the United it.'. He's my father, and I'm going during the great war. "N PHONE 625 n Bros. PHONE 625 DISTINCTIVE FURNITURE AT DISONCTLY LESS Bining-Room Furniture of listinction WALNUT Made of the best black walnut, procurable in MIC graceful Queen Anno pcriotl design. A suite that will bo a credit to nny dining-room. Suite conslils ol. Uuftct, Extension Table, China Cabinet and set ol Chairs. Regular for........... 25.00 Loak 16th Bedroom An ornate suite of six pieces 111 rich old Ivory finish. Dressing Table has ono large fixed mirror with two swing mlrrdrs at side. This Is a high-class suite and at Ihc reduced' price Is a real bargain. WICKER FURNITURE We have just placed on our doors another shipment ot these goods and would recommend early shopping ns they won't last long. All have spring seals with loose cushion on scat and upholstered back. Chair and Ilockcr, from, 'pair WILTON RUGS' AVhat more acceptable gift for the family? Uenutiful colorings de- signs and with Ihcir hard wearing qualities make ft gift that In ,1 pleas- ure to both giver and recipient alike, A comparison wl" convince'you tnVl rnir prices arc right. _, 8' x 10' C" 9' x 12' ABOVE ARE SAMPLES OK OUR REGULAR PRICES CROCKERY DEPT. Ton Sots, Cut (rlass and lland-pafntcd China, l.lmogcs Dinner Seta ol 97 pieces. Cut Glass Sugar and An fn tCream, FOR THE BOYS Army Service Wag' ens. Special A Labor Sayidg Necessity for the Home CANADIAN MADE CABINET DESIGN C6PPERTUB SWINGING WRINGER EASYTERMS W. 706 3rd Avenue .Sou 637 Drink It-It's Apple NecL OKLA-APPLO Brewed from fresh ripe apples. PURE, SWEET. SPARKLING AND REFRESHING Sold at all fountains in the district pi1 delivered to your home in the city.: MADE BY LETHBRICGE BREWERIES. LTD. WE MAKE THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF SOFT DRINKS ;