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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1920 I'HE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PARE ELEVEN alvWe Oci- 13 -j-__-__ from Italy, port Jhe wrest of i number of radicals in cgnnqctlou with the disclosure by a judicial1 metal dispute the liol shevik tribunal 1i sentenced' tp 'death Mario Sonzlnl, president of the N'a tionallst association in Turin, and Con staiitlne Solovera, an official. They ffere'walenced (o be burned alive, ac- cording to the dispatches, but as the Ores In the had heen pat out they, were shot and their bodies thrown Into the etreet where they were afterwards found.. PREMIER MBIGHEN IN BAST ELGIN UUMUWUVli Officials Meet At Winnipeg STAfiTOBDVlLUJ, Ont, Oct All preparaflcao have been com here for visit of premier Me and party afternoon. The planned pected to eclipse anything of ever Elgin. The printer and party will arrive in ftfrwt noon on a special train and after luiaglg there, t' monster motor car parade will to this village. will do honor to the premier evening elaborate recep- tion will be tendered him by citizens of that town. Arthur E. UlIed, be tned tu and set i'- off the track. wheo Elrno Lincoln, the coiossuf of tcrcen, It the. harcl-hltting star of "Under Crimson a itrtlvereai photodrama. Not s serial. At Co> Friday t__l authorities are investigating what they fear ma> levelop into the greatest wholesale baby murder plot tho world has evei seen, growing out of a baby farming scandal. Madame Overby, who ran a large laby farm here, was arrested in con nectlon with the unexplained disap- pearance of children her home. I Complaints were Died with the authori- ties covering her operations t during eltjven years, In which records sliqw the mysterious diaajrnearanee of'fSp Infants entrusted toihen the flrat report to] police iniI'Madame Overhy's been Rocking ta authorities lo'tell similar etorles of theVreported death and burial of children after Had am o had received, payment for Ih'eir'care. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA to that, it for rental SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES for the protection of btntneM or- private Ttw Itanacw will (ted to CAPITAL- TOTAL RESOURCES LONDON, Sept. Corres booth's worl< tour bas had a romantic sequel. Hi son, Mr Bernard Booth, who accom pauled him as adjutant, met JIlss Jan on Jhe liner Ormonde, and 1 is aunounced thnt they have hecom o'ngaged, Miss Lpjjther, who is the tlaughte ofMrs. Herbfert Ixiwther, of Tonbridge eiife'red an'Army meeting for the firs time when the General was conduct ing a t EerviceT.Iu the saloon of the Ormonde'. ''She bQCam'e an enthusiastic Salva- tionist, and, upon reaching Australia, joined one of the corps in Sydney, and it once Btarted to take an active part m its work Miss tpvthec is at present In Lon- don and iflll shortlv enter the Army's Training'College at Clapton to study for twelve njoriths before receiving her commission MINERS WANT A COLLECTIVE SETTLEMENT TfttJRO Oct 11 opera- tors of the have offered to meet the mine workers committee separately claus- es ot4the Royal oommission's report, this not satisfactory to the men who, prefer a collective settle- ment Brantford's'street railway reports n operating expenses increased A' VLattn'Amisr.lcan revolutionary battle is shoywj' In Under Crimson I Lincoln's Universal I pholodrnma Not a serial At Colon' ial Friday andjaSaturday this v.'eek. Only a: Few Drinks But the Size of Them! llUf OF AGRICULTURE AT RAYMOND _ A' OFFERS.COURSESjIN; Agriculture and Domestic Science CONSISTING .AGRICULTURE DOMESTiC SCIENCE y Animal Husbandry Mectitnlci Vetsrlrary Science Dairying 3 1 frrm 5 NCP1 TUITION FEE Cooking, Sewing Laundry Home Nunlng and Arlthmetb Household Management Stnltitlon Dalrylnj Poultry Physical Culture HfT ENTRANCE EXAMINATION extend over two winter of five montlii each commencing Oct 29 and ft cloiing March 26 Open to and girls who hsTe reached sixteen W of age. of ttudlei and Application of Admittance oMalnible from: a S. LONGMAN JB.SA, !'.S f PrincfpalSchool of Agriculture, naymonrl t HON. Mlhlsbir of A. E. MEYER, LL.B., 's Snpt. of AKrlculltiral Schools anil Dornonclrallon FarniB, Edmonton Had SAN alleged beverage-consuming" proclivities of [the DeinocraticT donkey formGd the -sub- ject of widespread debate here today. While yesterday's estimates were that' he drank, officially, <0. gallons of old Bourbon while nominating a prod-, dent at the convention, the amount was raised today to 41 barrels and a little gill. Who it was slaked tho donkey's thlret; who authorized tlio' alleged tilting of the municipal lid; and, In fact, about everything surrounding the case, remained more or less myster- ious. Only nboul two things were certain. One was that the donkey was not crert- fled with relationship to the prohibi- tion camel. The other was that Wil- liam Jennings Bryan had nothing to do with it. Dr. W. S. Hassler, city health officer, admitted signing a warehouse order for 30 barrels of whiskey for the San Francisco hospital. The warehouse, admitted filling the order. But who the whiskey filled no ono knew. "It was for our was tho only admission local Democrats would hiake.' A record of warehouse permits is alleged to show that tho.doiikey was billed llko this: June '29, throe consisting of 30 barrej? of.whiskey for the first, six on the; second gulp and: nvo on the .third.- Jurfis'30, one barrels o( gin. Sold by 3QO nierchants thruuyhoUi Canada. When Mens Clothes Lose Their Shape not always because of poor materials. Often poor cutting and tailoring are overcome by pressing a suit into a short while it works back and it fits as it was Fashion-Graft label is certain assurance against just such happen- ings and is a positive guarantee of lasting satisfaction. LOUIS KEEL, Lethbridge s raj jSays Manufacturers' Tactics Impertinent 1 If. W. Woods, prcBtilent of tho L'nlte'l Fanners ot .Alljerla, who toll! the tariff commission that Imvorlanco tit agriculture c3i< Seon overlooked AT THAELUS UNLOADING SALE THE -SELLING EVENT OF THE SEASON IN MEN'S CLOTHING AND FURNISH1NG.S. ALL OUR NEW FALL GOODS ON SALE AT MONEY-SAVING PRICES. MEN'S GREY WOOL WORK; MEN'S TWEED AND WOR- STED SUITS IN HIGH GRADE TAILORED LINES Regular ?35.00 Suit flA Salo ncguiiii- Sale rtA .pfSU.UU