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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBTflDQE DAILY HERALD 1920 lifeland Prepared I To Play Into The 1 Hands Of Germany fAHXARVOX. Wales, Oct. .rounection vith the charge that Ire- Germany during the war, St.. Uoyd George ia.ljis speech tiera asserted that in ISIS Ihe 'Irish were in connection viih (iermsu submarine operations and thai there were documents dis- covered in the pockets of men arrest- 191S showing that llii'y were iprcpared within, two months o! the 'German which they raise' a huge force" la irc- slab Ureat Brttaiu in back when she wis engaged In a life death struggle tor the freedom of PRESIDENT-ELECT WANTS TO ABOLISH. WARS EL'PASO, Tes-; Oct. e ra of is over in Mexico and the era bt (peace has come for'all hope ,.iny good American friends will unite witti me in tie effort to abolish '.var General Alvaro v'obregon, of TOWN BARS THE-SHIMME TELLXJRIDE, be no more wiggling or squirm- ing by dancers tore. Tho city council has placed a ban on Ihe' shlmuie. Action by the coun- til was Ukep alter several cit- liens had complained of the gyrations of some of the dsno- ers at public hops here. TARIFF8INQUIRY TO KEEP 'MOVING CORK PEOPLE SLEEP LITTLE; UVEJPERROR City Hall Explosion Climax of Startling Occurrences Explosions. SASKATOON', Oct. Henry Drayton, chairman ojt the Tariff com- j sston. said this that the itinerary of ihs comiuUaioa would not be discontinued, but that up cm ar- COIIK, Oct. pieces ot cist Iron, like shell ratings ami bits of metal Biniilar to ehnipnel wrre found ilebris ot Hie city ball. were not damaged, but mauy WHISKEY TABOOED FOR EDMONTON POLICE by members of the city police lorcet whether on or off duty, strictly stsUs Mayar Clarke. "In which we're heard by the officers of the department cently, the men accused the truth of the charges and were discharged on their own admis- sions." 1DUS.FM1S iu front of the building plerc-ed: FKUXIE, Ottawa a delay of 10 days jby bullets. A liullcl was fired l.hroagh d l would tafce jlace, to -enable the min- isters to'alteud to departmental busi- ness" that ha deliiyed since com- menting the western Elttiugs. The itinerary; will te continued as far as Saull Ste. and, from there the commission. will: proceed direct to Ottawa. As a consequence the'Wiud- sor Bating, vhfcli tva's Bched- itled to be held 'at: the conclusion of tbe western 'sittings, will now be in- cluded in the general Ontario sessions. formmi caused s :he window1 ot a room occupied by .he nijiht watchman who '.or tho firo brigade when the first ex- Boston occurrad.-o -Although the curfew limit Imd ex- if red an hour previous to the Altacfc, :he fire brigade was hailed by patrols at Parnell bridge leading to the Al- bert quay upon.'Which the city'hall is situated. The fireuiefc after some delay, were permitted to proceed. They succeeded la quenchiu? the fiaines saving remainder pf the building, -Jt has not to feel valued at in yet been decided whether the firo was] a decrease jn teet ot caused hy an incendiary feet ami decreasoVtu value Q( the ot gasoline. j There was a in the lomiagp lal to "Th Oct.' regular monthly report ot United States Con- sul -Brand for the Ferule Consnlar Dis- trict Tor the'mouth ot .September shows a decrease, of J127.62! hi value from tlio figures given for' tho moutli of August. The. totals for I lie two inontlfs telng- .ind resiiective'y.. These figures are exclu- sive of American goods relurneil which amounted to in August In Seplembferi, The heaviest de- crease is noted .in-the'export of lum- ber, which fell from a total of S65 feet, valued at In August The reports on" tho occurrence say that from four to six explosions look i place. Two eiploslons reported from j the vicinity the "courthouse, Ja au-j other part of the city, may be account-; ed for by Ihe fact thai an armored- car> caught fire there 'from fcack-firlng. Shortly alter the eiplosfcns Ja the yitf hall, a newsboy bringing newspapers from tlie railway "station, said "he had been fired on as lie was crossing the bridge, but was' not ML Barrack street, the scone of-yester- rtay's attach on a hiUitary lorry was iiuiet throughout tjie night. v On this street thousands of working people live, most of whon; tearing reprisals, epent the night with relatives ami frienda in the suburbs. Few ot tbe people of Cork slept. last night. Firing was.heard in-various parts of _ the city intermittently throughout'the night, beginning short- ly after 11'o'clock- The people'still of coal in September 501 but the; value reported tor the two months shows an increase of Thti figures are as .follows: Tons of coal reported fcr August, valued at for Septem- "net iho tolais tons and Uie was declared to be There was 'a slight decrease In ei- ports of coke for the mouth of Sep- tember as compared to the exports for August. There was an increase in volume and value of flourspar in September amounting in value to There was also a decrease in lead exports amounting in valufl to There.was no export of cop- per during September. There was a considerable increase in export of sil- ver during. month amounting in value Oflhe value for Sep- tember, J101.516 was in the shape of bullion; the total value being -Ask tor Genuine Original Good Fresh, Sweet and Sustaining Made at London, Ontario There ivere; slight, increases or_ de- creases in other, "exports but not ot the tgtab are in a state, of terror, The only" eye witness of .the.explo- sious said the 'first blast .occurred -at j consequence as affecting o'clodk ami 'another at the txvo.iibriotlV which tho flames burst forth I An ez-.( it the first of the present month can be takeii. .as nu indication for the whole month', the prospects are for still further declines in; the for both, lumber ami coal. ploded hand grenade was found in the city hall this, EGYPTIAN SATISFIED DORCHESTER BOOKLET OF CHOICE RECIPES SENT PERFECTION of knit and'highest 1 quality yarns in Penmans Sweater Coats safeguard the chil- dren against holes at the elbows ,end shabbinesa o{ apparel. 'r A Bui boy and girl.r Sweater Coals THE STANDARD OF. i f Penrr.ans Lmittd, Paris Alto of Jlotitry )nljr One Reservation in British Plan for Independence of Egypt LIGHTNING MAY, HAVE STRUCK ELEVATOR PRINCE ALBERT, Oct. Beaver elevator owned by the Donald -Morrison', com- pany, of deslrbyed. by fire early'yesteidoy inorning-ivith-a ot bushels'oi iniied, grain, mostly wheat and flai. There, was some'insurance. The origin of the fire is unknown hut as a heavy electrical storm ,hadj j rageci all liight this-may have.started 1 the bkuo. We Are Agents for the VICTROLA arid 'Large Steck of Both frem which to Select Mason BALMORAL BLOCK ,LETHBRtDGE, ALBERTA PARTS, Oct. of thb! Egyptian Nalionaifpts. meeting n Paris, hayo accept with! me important reserraUoh, 'the British plan .for Egyptian ch announced in England- iast Fuly. t. This -Bias the1 As- sociated Press from ft'rnernber.of the Egyptian committee of four which' carried the British planito the Egypt-; an people and amvert-.In'Paris yes-j terday on Its way to Lonilon. The chief reservation -made" for the? EgyptlanB consists a demand that j all references to Ihe'BritisIi protector-j ate over Egypt he.cpnipIStoIy-c'limin- ated from the chief treaty of VerEail-i les and all other existing treaties, in-' eluding those growing out'of the war. j The Egyptians have-agreed to .'per-! mil certain numbers'of their troops! to remain in Egypt, and agreed i. to pay indemnities to all British ;and! other foreign subjects in Egypt- who i may suffer through re-organization and the advent Inrlepenilence. Dye It "Diamond Dyes" Don't FOWLER'S "MrtDEl AT HOME' iv QRflPE .LOGPlNBERRY.ORflNGE. LEMON.RflSPBERRY.STRflWBERRy CHERRY _ oz- oywcrtv R .L. ECO.CT Sfl SKflTOOH REQ I N Team Ran Away and Wiigon Ran Over Proceeds (From Our Own Correspondent) CO'vTI.Ky, Oct. easily have been a Tata] acclilo'nl oc- curred one day last when Mr. C. E. Moore's iiorses became frighten- ed him to llic ground, tho grain over his body; fortufiately [he oniply. Ho austalned a ttv liail bruises on tlie face j'.nd a ban up, but no bones j ThrMlnnf? is still proprosKing as ;is pnisltjle. Thn men who i thi-rslilug oulfils arc In Efoal -Anulher for Ccjwley'ar- rtved lant soil lo 'Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Mannan. i Miss piiyllis Porter lias been haw jiiiS a ?crioiiK time M'ilh brr aniL It i'.vas broken, several months agy but iliii not mend properly, consequently 'Kbe Imtl fo havo it broken last week. hope (hat it will progress j nraljly (his ttnifi. Mr. I'.rmkwell, of tbe Frank Snna- torluin, uas visiting his family In last nook. j The n-f nf the nast Tour or r [iv: inn splendid (or thresh- ii'K. The in itvy fruits arc holiiing off. i im scscri (ui-lhe nioniv laiiia have not 1 ri'arbcd at aa j Each package rrt "Diainond Dyes" ccintains directions so siniple'that any woman caji diamond-dye shabby skirls, waists, dresses, gloves, stockings, sweaters, whether wool, silk, or mixed goods, new, rich, fadeloau colors. Have drnsslet show you "Dia- mond Dyes Colrir Card." Buy "Diamond other kind rt-Bults are guaranteed even If you Nave rtye-J'bsfore. IJmgsist has color card, showing rich colors. Babys Own Soap Ketps ttie healthy and sweet, ft's But for rialy and lint fur You. Ai.nrnT SOAPS MM.. JfERE are four of the very ..latest'dance numbers and two of the newest and most- popular local successes just released on three, special The Japanese Sandman Fox Trot. Silver Water Fox Trot Both riaycd by Raderrnan's Xoyclty Orchestra "His Master's Voice" Kccord 2 1G203 Avalon Fox Trot Hiawatha's Melody of Love Waltz (Intro.'Tired of Both rlaywl by IfacJcrnian's Novelty Orc.hcstra "His .'Jasltr's-Voifi" Record 21G204 I'm In Heaven When I'm In .My Mother's Arms I'll-Rp You in Apple Blossom Time Both Sung by Lewis James "Mis Master's Voice" Record 216205 i.n lO'tnch, vtlll f Now on Sale at any "His Master's Voice'' dealers WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF -VICTOR RECORDS IN SOPTHERN ALBERTA. WILLIS "HOME OF CANADA'S BEST 707 Third Ave. South (Hull Block) Phone 662 ;