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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LKTIIRRtOGK DAILY I1EIULD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, Urgea Withdravroi of ym." its foreljn mlnUttr iild lo German Troops From The "thV Baltic in inner nstlnsl blortmle ______ o? soviet Rusijti to us br tte became It IB not Lha Bolihe- BER1JK, OcL courw ol Tft who will autEer bj- such a ft Ion? addreet belwi the niUooil but (he masses of the Rusilan semblj. TfMcli nulnlj- c( ft i Wh0 will suffer Iha greiUsl rrolait recant The unemploymeat And hun- Premler Clemencein and -whit TO j Kef whlch a blockade would (os- tie "milllariiUi leudencr of 4 (er 6W jjjQ thUija to promota Dol- Blames Effort toward Germ Mir, M the 1nronBl5te'nt spirit ibo-Kn In Uia fonciifon of tho of natlcas. Forelfin MLaliLer Mueller Inilitsi on the new for B Jority leider, created a alir In tbe mis OTaruallon of IJtbUAnlt tod niitonal ajsemblv He (hiI Jto? vai Oct. sarr to conyJcce the world of Oer- miDT'B sincere dflilrs for react. "The QercRa ROTernmenl dliap- r-roTes of the Istegram Eent by Gen. ron fier Colts recently cpngrtinlitlns Col. Bennondt oa bts In too flatting near ha declared, "and I this Trill be Ihe last case ot a. Prussian general meddling in poli- tics." "'We are not Wends ol the Bolihe j he bTOUjht ibs dbruHlon the etJdenca of Count ton neirmorff be- fore the sub-committee, Is ei- amlnlnE Into the c( irar re The debata iris on ihe foreign office budget. Well] charged thai ImpwW politics during Iha pertoj excelled for 11 in competency and inilecVsloa." >la sa'd the ffovernraent strode (or peace with. PrtsldenL Wlleon. hut took act- ion. In an opposite direction which AND LICIOUS beverage. and Fine it is Is a most 3 satisfactory flavor and healthful. nothing that is harmful and much that is beneficial. [f jt all, T Choice Recipe b'ooli fret. '.f Walter Co.LiMted: Established I7OO. Dprcliester.Mnas. Monfreal, Can. anada Fond Board ti Jf D.D., OF CALGARY' WILL CONDUCT ANNIVERS. ARY SERVICES AT THE United Church OF NORTH LETMBRIDOE Tomorrow MORNING AND EVENING Welcome JAPANESE COUNT PRONOUNCED DEAD, COMES BACK TO LIFE TOKIO. Oct. Mirthil Count Bslkl Tprauchi, former premier of Jlptu. daato was re- ported Is Wi pbjFJlcliEj renounced tic diplomat Into a coma jeitarday the phrjlclacs that de-ath had otertsfcen him find nevi of hti demlap Tvaa given to tho Cimphor Injections en ihe count as a precautionary Count Teraueht'i death had bean bestowed upon him by been officially pronouoeed and peMhunoua honors had the Imperlil courl. UFESDHEHCEIO Crime of 12 Jean Brought To Life and Justice Meted Out Into xar vMi the Un- ited fiUtef. Former Emperor Wllllftni'j court? LELAND, Hlch.. OcL Stanljiaua LTpchlniky. charged with 1? yeirt it JM- dora, near here, Slater Mary John, a Ftllolcn nun, wn corwlcttd to- day of murder In the flrtt by Jury In cfrcult court this morning. The Jury nearly 13 houri before reponlng A verdict. The de- fence announced that the case would ibe appealed. -aa described by Wells ai "the per- i Ma'rjr JohB disappeaie4 from eonol acts ol a po-celled peice angel." Me declared that tie truth concern- the little convent at Isidore. August 23. 1907, and (or years II vas generally tog war [Jilt would not bo by that she had ed until tie entente archives also itpcomf !n a SWiiup during Iho 'Pen- I course ol a walk through tho woods Wells wii freq.UF.nllr Interrupted bj howeTer, Jacob the Conservatives, ivho charged that pieaa, seitOJi at the Isadora content, he iras uslDj for pollllcil purposes S7 altldirli thai he hod helped of the sub-ccrunilttee'B Investlgi- to human bones Irorn a shal Uon befora they were compJele. the Ifcrr Hftms- mann. Democrat, sftid the Democrats ould wtlcome th'e appointment of Dr. Mueller, a member of the fcwl control board, fl3 German envoy to LOXDO.V. Oct. Alfonso of Spain, visited Queen Amrilie and ci- s Itanuel of Portugal this morning and also received u number of distin- guished callers, Including Gen. Ulaz, tho Kalian commancJcrln-chlef. and the lord mayor and'lady'mayoress of London. His Majesty tonight will give a din- ner nt the Spanish embassy. Amoog Ihc guests will be Princess Bealrice, mother ot Queen Victoria, of Spain, the Earl of Athloac and Princess Alice, Premier Lloyd George, Lord and. Lady Curzoa ami Lord Hnrdlagr, per- raaueni uader-secretao' in the foreign office. A reception o[ foreign diplomats vrlll also follow the dinner. King Alfonso will attend rrtESS Sunday. The queen of Spain Trill arrive Englanil today. BLUE RIBBON TEA The best tea packed in Canada, can be bought for 60c per pound Why pay more? CK3ARMAKERS GO BACK work Monday, endJnr the strike liero increase and a compromise agreement. which Les been In progrc-Bs for fmi'loyers the "hire ami NEW YORK, Oct. I nonths. By a 7 to 1 vote, the work 'Ighl, with factory committees freo to thousand carmakers Tvlll return lo'crs have accepted a 10 per cunt, wngc fnauro apalnst unfair dlacrlmlnatton. grave beneath the convent to nearby cemetery. The bone's were ei hutued and with then ware fount! pieces or the of A nun o: :he Order. Shortly aflcr- uards ft warrant Issued for Mrs KHS houFekecper for "atliet Andrew DienowEki, priest ol be laadore parish al the Unie bf Sister Mary's disappearance. The prosecu lion was nol called ypon to prove Iho wore tliosa ot Sislcr .ilary, the defence admitting this point Lo expe- dite the trial.. LELAND, Mich., Oct. mai- Imam penally of the Michigan lite Imprisonment at harbor was Imposed on Mrs. Stanlslawa Llps- today following her conviction In circuit court on a charga of Elaying Sister Jlarr John, a Fcllclan nun, aL Lhe ccmvent ot near here, more Ihan 12 years ago. The defen- dant took the sentcnca almost with- out. emoUoo.. A motion for stay or made by Ifle defense, was re- fused. cL a vole of the senate banking cODiDiittcQ today recommended re- jection of the nominalton of John Skelton Williams lo be comptroller of Ihe currency. Use CtiticuH! !o Keep Your Hair From Falling How many limes have barbers given Ihls advice lo men who arc iosinji iheir because ol dandniCi and scalp irriialion. Al night rub Cuii- cura Ointment into ihe scalp. Nei momi n j sh ampoo wilh Cm icura Soap and hoi walcr, A clean, licakhy scalp means good hair. CatlojiiSoap 2Sc., a and Me. ikumi 2Sc. Canadian SoV e. For tach fiec zddruL DepLH.OMlM, U.S. A." CHRISTIAN MEN'S LEAGUE (UNDENOMINATIONAL) Y.M.C. A. SUNDAY at 3p.m. J) Speaker Great Britain's Struggle for Democracy and Her Relationship to the United Stales. Readings by Corenne Gerber, of the Conservatory of Music. Entitled "The Who Edward Markam. Entitled "That LHtIt Wtld While by Buhop Downing, Thii subject is of special interest to Americans, bul whether you are Can- adian, English, Irish, or Scotch, come right along as it's full of interest -for you. MEETING WILL START SHARP AT 3 P.M. ALL VETERANS WELCOME LADIES INVITED REJECT NOMINATION l UPG.Ii.EILL OTTAWA, Oct. The hou50 of i could give any ficucj-al'esllmale cf the value of the blocks it vas as- suming for the huge ele- phanl. The minister of replied IhaL it TToulil not lie fair lor him lo make any statement other Ihan In its action, Ihc government was ,follovring lie recommend alia a of the Drayton-Ack- rlh report. 'Y" INDUSTHIAL SECRETARY FOR ALBERTA ANG B. C. LEAVES C. A. KollE.rivhO (or tho p.ast rear has been secrelari' of Iho Industrial Ddparlmcnt o[ Ibe. Y. -M. C. A.- lor Albcrla and British Columbia, has re- signed to accc.nl ib'e. position of as- sociate secretary ot the Indiislrlal Department ol tlie Y. .M. C. A- for Oregon anil Idaho, ivltli .hcailquarlcra at Portland. Mr. Kens has the dis- tinction ol bclnj the first Indusl Y. M. C. A. Canada. When be came to Vancouver a year ago to organize Ihc Industrial department Tor these two provinces lie was the l Terrilorial Industrial sccrelarj to bo appointed in Canada. During the year Mr. Kells has done a great flea o( foundation work In the way ol In troducing Iho Industrial ilepartmen to the nen who control Industries In Alberta and II. C.- Associations lian hten organized al Myrtle 1'olnl and a WycliKe, where Ihey are In operation and las! (all an assocla'.lcn .9 aleil In Ihe airplane spruce camps o Queen Charlotte Inlands. Serora other associations are In Ihc process o' organ'zation and will probably bs operating within a few-weeks. It Is imderstnnd that the position vacated by Mr. Kells hns been olfcrcd to the present secretary or the military de- partment of the hut for Iho pres- ent the affairs o( tho deparlmenl arc being looked aller by tho General Ter- ritorial Secretary, H. Dallanlyne. CHANOES MADE IN LABOR CONFERENCE DELEGATION OTTAWA, Oct. order-In- council provlii'ng [or amchtlrnonla to Iho list of delegates and advisors lo represent Cunadz at lite International Jalior conference lias passed. H provides for the addition of -lion. C. Hoblnton. minister without port- folio in Ihe tirar.twlck forern rr.ent, lo the governmenl delcgallon A3 Mcaars r. .Tonra, of Montreal, and W. J- ol Winnipeg, two of the employers' advlaors, found Ihomaclvea unable lo allend Iha tonferenco, Ibelr place, wore filled hr 1 0- Mcrrick, of Toronlo, and -I. n. llogf, of Winni- peg. John H. Shavr, o( Wooclsloclf will BO to Iho conference 33 a auu- fiUlute fidFlaor. PATTERSON-BELL HAY 1 GRAIN CO. Offer excellent Orctn Oat Straw, Fine for wintering horsei and cat- 110. dhlpptJ under governrnent free freight to yourvloWrl, cheap. Rhone 1643, neVf door.to Telegraplr office, Bank, On If nowi of :.Rye Qrais and iplan- dld tample. 28S-6 kbofenay bottom end all four sides JL of the Kootcnay oven are evenly heated, Thatiswhy itijtc famous as a dependable baker. There Is a thermometer, too, to tell whether the heat is right or not. range is quite so easily nunactd- Duplex gratei clcnr the mhei nt B single dim. Burnished cooltini- top never nctds blocklead. Nickeled steel oven walla are kept clean with a damp cloth. Well-filled joint! and dampers hold the the oven liouri. Letm show you the Kootenay. Inquire from Local Hardware Dealers. Which is More Important Your Vision or Your Vanity? A great many move people need glasses than those that wear them. Some have never rectified [heir faulty vision be- cause they never knew it was faulty. Others are simply defy- ing the consequences because they are afraid "glasses will nol be becoming." Both classes are jeopardizing their h'ealth, their happiness, and their efficiency by not coming in and having their eyes examined by expert opticians who can correct iheir vision, add to (heir comfort and capability, and convince them that there is a proper style of glasses that will by no means detract from good appearance. J. M. HENDERSON Sight Specialist At R. A. Wright's, Balmoral Block Services in Knox Church Tomorrow, Sunday WILL BE TAKEN -BY LIEUT.-COL. PRINGLE Pioneer Missionary to the Yukon, Chaplain During the Period of the War, and now Moderator of the General Assembly in Canada. There Will be Special Music by Knox Church Ghoir. Everybody Welcome ;