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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN ITALIAN LABOR TROUBLES Stewart, ac- companied or Boa. A: J; UeLm" aad U 0. GharleswortX veld aa tnspeo tlon vlite Saturday to the work mnr inder way In the DajnUnd The party found that about one mile of the main dlteh has.al-, ready the work gun netjr KeUey station OB Hue. .Good proBress is no- inade.vat lie" rate of. sosse 1' .'per it 1> expected dtttl Id; all -work tMoriijthe freeWoji. for the Dayalajft will ronprtM obout elfhteei'miles ot main ditch, U held by theV Northern Construction com- pany, jrhlcti 1> alto doing Uw work oii the Holdin scheme. The Daysland dramaite project la the largest yet undertaken 'In the province, and it will probaily take all ot next year to TheTftoiden icheBie' will also be completed jtome time daring the com' ing '.Two smaller undertakings are noy practically done, at Viking andiDklnwn, the latter teing Innisfail: Somi Disappointments Expect- ed'When Work Completed fe f Next Year ci GEHMAN CREW HAD WIRELESS IN CABIN ;rench Bluebeard Jollies The j'udge PARIS, SepL (Dy The "preliminary investigation'.' In tue case of Henri Lfindru, whom the police rotor to as the Oambais Bluebeard and hold responsible for the disappear an co of eleven women to whom he had vro- raised marriage. has just been conclud- ed. It lasted IS months. All the i documents in lha case, amounting to orer five thousand, have >eea turned bier to the Prosecutor jeneral of .the Republic by Judge Bonln, who. conducted the preliminary [Geisnan wireless stations, supposed to nveBligation. ..The Judge Immediately! havu eilsted in Mexico and along the left for a delayed vacation. He was accompanied by the good wishes of Landru, who told the judge that It had a. great comfort to him to make nls acquaintance and that hs hoped the fading was mutual. t Landr.u, has .consistently refused to answer, .loest lorislof J udge' Benin. arid. has 'iindo tho'in'ye'Btigaliou ai'dif- NEW YORK, Oct. aftermath cf the war showing the cunning and resourcefulness of the Germans, .was reteaied when, the Peruvian steam- ship Eten, formerly the interned'Oer-1 man ehlp ftajha Koolls, arrived here from Cape Town, South Afrlcat recent- ly. Several days before the vessel ar- rived a complete wireless receiving apparatus was discovered secreted in the water tank of one of the cabins. It is thought the German crew con- cealed the outfit before their ship's wireless was dismantled by the Per- uvian government, and was to be us- ed !n recelvlnz messaKOs from the NO ARRANGEMENT YET PArUS.'.Oct, was learned iron} the Uoflay that' '8igraund Bergmann, .'German representative at the Brussels confer- ence, came to Paris Saturday night and was; returning to Brussels.- this rangements for a Gerulan-'FrencV meeting In not been, completed but that tbejnjatter was be- ing studied. :V' Raymond Qossens, aged 13, was In? stanlly killed by touching a live wire. afternoon; Dr. Goep'pert said that ar- on the top of Frantford bridge. Barricades erected government force! against the striking Communists. in Italy, .as .protection Ir5 ne '-rur.' against Landru IB weak' and' much doiibC is being ex- pressed as to the chances of convic- tion. for murder against him. The 31 woineu have simply vanished into thin air, ;The' ''corpus delicti" Is lacking la1 1 ho Bon ea were found in the villa occupied i by Landru at Gam- bats and will con- lend 'they bones but the will V'call experts to swear they are, 'lamb, and dog bones. Landru' is. confident of acquittal and considering offers from noving picture concerns In the event of his beingjreed. Sois'.h American coast. The Bcjna Koctli waa Interned with her crow in a Peruvian port when Peru declared war on Germany. The'dlscovery was accidental. A passenger complained that the water tank In his stateroom was: out of when it was apart or' repairs, the Tireless set was dis- covered, the ship's officers and was turned over to the United States Preparations for taking the census In Candida next year are under way at the Montreal Gazette. The Mg one, and la rendered the more difficult because much ot the work tils to be done bf men having no experience, -In tMa, of course, it does not 'differ from the making of connta, here as else- wheroiMTfe loterest IK the remit will be varied and wide. The enumeration '.will alxtA in the history of the figures ot the CROSSING WATCHMAN WEARING ONLY A SHI.RT HAD WIN9TED, _ Doyle, ot. Waterbury, a Neif. .Haven railroad brakeman, stood at .aggrade crossing with a lantern In and nothing on but a-shirt, a constable promptly arrested him Later he ez plained to the court that, he was iirlhfi caboose changing rain-soaked clothes, and before attire him- self in his dry suit-fit became neces- and signal tiq approach.of a locomo- tive. INHERITED CHICAGO .GIRL. DIDN'T GIVE'.UP HER LESSONS sary for him 'to the cussing i happened Weiskopf, 16 years old, was In school .whe'ri she rs- :celved news that she had .inherited from the estate .of an aunt In Milwaukee. .The was thrown into a wild state of excitement, but Florence went'on with lesson as.If U. S. PLANES LEAVE HAZELTON B. C., Oct. United army airplane No. 2, ID charge resumed Its Nome York flight at o'clock1 this afternoon when it-left here for George1. Captain Street's !a leak In the gas Uxnk on the' He expects to be able to leave jater today. TwoiMerchanlvHle, N. J., men are in the'. hqBpltal aalthe result ot.a bet as to who could, eat the most oysters. One ,-Ue 79, while the ulher got away with Jhree mora Joseph A pert was sentented at iayuga Co five years' Imprisonment for killing Louis Tlllmann at Dunnville nt a circus on May 26. ore Colds Quickly Relieved By HaBfefo WlnnlOU Hamlin'i Wizard Oil is a JjmpM and effective treatment for sore throat and chest colda. Used as a gargle for sore throat it brings quick relief. Rubbed on the chest it will often loosen up a hard, deep seated cold in one night, How often sprains, braises, enti snd burns occur in every family, as well as little troubles like earache, toothache, cold sores, csnktr'sores, stiff neck, and aching feet Soothing, healing Wizard Oil will al- ways bring quick relief. Get it from druggists for 30 cents. If not satisfied return the bottle and get your money back Ever constipated or hare.sick headache? Just try Wizard jLlver Whips, pleasant little pink 3d Guaranteed. presi population-' are: mi'Sii ot tin iraetdlnc counts 1S81AV.................... A...'.............. 1901 W..V................. 1911 .W..V................. British Columbia and Prince EdwardMsland did not become mem- bers; of Uhe federation until after the cnumenttlpn of 1871, their population is Incloticd in the figures given tor that The growth indicated is that territory ot Canada. It marked between 1871 ?nd 1881 ind between 1901 and 1911. In "tJ5jpyrIod it was due to a variety; .''Including the confidence their begotten; n, and to a revival of 1m- Great Britain. Be- 1911 the result of years _ying In i'service, heEan to show It- anu'da became the chief resort of DritWb. hpme-seelrors and also drew 1 men i from continental The. war'cut off trans-Atlan-, lie imrtffrratlon.ln 1914 and only this vear has it begHn to show recovery. The relralt'or the total ot the pbpnla- mibir not be estimated with any mirenejilj. Barean of Statistics, In a property way, gtvsn S.TcO.otitf-.ii its eiUmate. If this Is rcallieil.'iOwIll mean an Increase lens than noted between 1901 and 1911; but oiMjVthat In view of the whole recordljmay be counted unsatlifactory, The'wrtire fairly sore to be somedis- appolaUDSOU. In Canada, as in the State J, and, indeed, in most conntrm, 'miny factors, government actfoHlqcladed, hare operated to draw men frac country to the cities. In some the result has been a de- dine hjjjtbe population on the farms, in fnilCBS and In small towns, the) latter from.the Improved oomnronlcatlon on which the great In the larger centres.rely for raitS 6t their trade. In at last forced the cUonllon of provinces to the fact'thai ft progressive member of rural decline leemi; to bMh ItnsllBr than elsewhere and to compensated by growth In districts, wfille'lts intKasfjpn'.thfi commercial Aiid facturttr' districts has been great be- yond precedent. Kot only the popu- the reprpsenlatlon In Par- I affected by Its record. t VCHICAQO OPERA COMPANY M. .Tohnson, cieciitifS; director ot the Chicago irn- hoi Opera cswpany, who has just retu ed Hnrope, announces that Ims enjajed Joseph Hlilop, the Scotch tenor, for. tho Chlcajo company. Ills- lop bal.'mEdfl a tremendous .success nt Garden, London. UflNS MN SWISS CREMATORY Switzerland. Thieves broka Iplo-a crematory slttnted In 'and a'itew sepulchral urns con- ashes of members of Promlrijnt families of Dome and Zurich are receiving loiters, offering to retnrfc, the urns for n consideration 'Oxshfeen 3, Odd and. francs, to the financial i.tahdlnKoMhe owners.- Tho pMico horn lo lay a Imp for tho 1 TO THE PUBLIC "After careful study of the situation-and weighing the probabilities of the future, we have reduced the prices of Studebaker cars. "The'Studebaker basiness has been built up dui'ing the past sixty-eight years upon the policy of large production and small percentage of profit. We believe that the recent and rapid decline in-prices of many commodities and.raw.materials presage lower prices for those not yet produced; and of course, manufactured products of all kinds, which are highly if p'ro- ductipn is to be sustained and unemployment avoided this winter. Our plants have operated at full capacity all year, and are doing so today, and we now have on hand unfilled orders for over cars.' This, over-sold condition has been constant with us ever since the war ended, and our production, sales and profits for the first nine months of this year greatly exceed totals for the full year of 1919. Nevertheless, we believe it is highly desirable that lowering of prices should be encouraged, and we are therefore anticipating at this time our -ability to purchase materials at dui'ing the coming year, to improve labor efficiency, and to increase our present volume all with the effect of lowering the production cost of automobiles. Existing will be maintained at all Studebaker. plants, which at present are employing people. The capital and surplus of this corporation are now and its sales are run- ning at the rate of per annum.' Yours very truly, THE STUDEBAKER CORPORATION V V OF AMERICA A. R. ERSKINE, President You, are cordially invited to attend a reception to be held at THE HOME OF STUDEBAKER'AUTOMOBILES on Saturday, October gth, for the purpose of meeting and becoming acquainted with our newest arrival, the World's Greatest Light Six. Graham Motor Company, Ltd. 412 Sixth. jStteet, South Lethbridge, Alberta Distributors for StudebakerCars THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA for rental moderate prices SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES for the protection from flro or burglary of valuable private documents, VICTORY BONDS, LE.THBRIDQE BRANCH.............E, E, MACKAY, Manager Branchet also at Magrath, Taber. Encourage your pupils to interest themselves in early history of SoutheiTi Alberta by having them participate, in the What will be the Southern Alberta school that will win the prizes'? The winners wiiradvertise the efficiency of the training received in the schools they attend. THERE WILL BE EIGHT PRIZES, DIVIDED AS FOLLOWS ADULTS First prize .r................. Second 50.00 Third prize 35.00' Fourth prize............... Consolation SCHOOL Under 16 Year. First prize Second prize 30.00 Third prize ;.....................'......'20.00 fourth prize............................... Consolation prizes, r CONDITIONS (1) Competition will bo con- llnoil lo bonaflde residents In Southern Alberta. (2) Btorlcs must net exceed words. (3) All stories must be legib- ly written and on one sldo of paper. (4) In awarding marks for merit etreas will be placed on the particular interest of the contribution and tho particular narrative form In which It Is written, Regard will also be given (o literary and grammati- cal construction. (5) Competitors must nol- at- tach name to the paper upon which story Is written. Tne name and address nro to Ve' written on a separata slip of paper. Tho HcruM reserves the right of using any of the. 8torie3 whether in the prize list or not. All contributions will remain the properly of the Herald, There wlll.be three judges.ap- pointed to examine and decide nn the merits of ths. contribu- tions. Of theso two .will be'' from the outside, and one a member of thg Herald editorial Mail. Tho'decision of Iho judges will In all cases be final. The competition is open, with- out entry fee, If you intend to compete, advise "The Herald Story Competition The Herald, Leth- bridge, at once, ;