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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta m.. "JPAGE EIGHT ti' rim DAH.T KHUUY, OCVVOBKK 26, 1917 Filbert Nut Bar Fresh -plump filberts scattered generously throughout the finest and smoothest milk chocolate manufactured. Sold everywhere. Made in Canada- CLEVELAND FIRE. Cleveland, Oct. which brofee out In tbe cloth- ing store ol Iho B. H. Baker Company oa Euclid Avenue last nlgbi anrl ci- lended to the stcrc of the Hrowninp King Comvauy still burning this morning, but Jrad hcoa brought nnilcr control. Tbo loss Is Tho Bater Corapapy is the fa ear test loser. NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF 'MYRTON DIXON, DECEASED NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having claims upon rae Ks- lato ot Myrton Dixon, lale ot New- Pay too, Alberts. Farmer, who died oil or aboui the iSth of N'ovembsr, ISIS, are required to file with Messrs, runybeare. Church. .McArlhur fc Da vldson. on or about Ihe 27th day ol Not-ember. A.D. 3913, a full stftteiu duly verified of their ami ol any security hold by them, anrt after that dale the Administrator will clJF tribute the assets of ilie said deceased among the parlies entitled thereto, having regard only to Ihe claims of notice has been filed or winch ilic knowledge Dublin. Ocl. J eO Itself In the conference1 before tho (test '-session ended. Shortly efter mid eight Countess Ma'rkLevlcx uouuced Prol. John MacN'ell.. dent of the Sinn Fein Volunteers, saying ho had charged his mind many times and thai U would not. be fe for SIna Kelaers to trust (heir PS lo such a uiaa. Mrs. Clarke, widow ot Thomas J. Clarke, who was put to death last yrar for Ms part lu (he attempt lo 5ei up an Irish supported Countess MarUevlcz and an uproar followed. The chalrmau sunporleil Prof. MarNellL'a randldacy for elec- tion lo the eiecutire conirnfttec ami after a lime Ihe dispute was drnjv- ped. The comiuHiee, "will consist of 151 members. ItesoIuUons were passed demanding restitution and re- paration from England, Bud urging Irish trade unions to sever relations h English unions. Witness lo Haying Paid Ilribes for Liquor Otwwj. Ocl. morning's session of the judicial '.enquiry into of bribery and corruption In connection liquor now [liBve been" brought _ {of the Admliilslrator. nirogrcssing before Judge McDougall -DATED at the CHy of Lethbridse, In the Hull superior, cburl. brought iii the-Province ot Alberta, this lllli forlh some important Information, day of October. AD., 1S17. Alderman P. Doucet, one of the men named as being Implicated, Emitted on (he slaml.tuHt be had received from n Hull liquor COKYUEAKE. CHUrtCH. Mr- 1 ARTHUR DAVIDSON', Solicitors for (he Adminisiralor. j A. J. Ad CJ I NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS (IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE 1 OF JACK LANCASTER MAN- DECEASED APPLE5 in JLunch Boi Do- yea reewciber med 10 girc JQ-J aa apple lo ut at reccu? And dida'i ii r ire jtm yan ibey UTlt applet, too., "tVJo.K.iu. ite United ..Growers, Limited VUM1X A ca-ot-ci.iiTe bi -lion of FTOr-c people TfOii picttog NOTICE Is hereby given thai all persona haying claims upon the estate of Jack; Lancaster Man waring late of ill's City of hetbbridge, In the Pro- vince ol Alberta. Journalist, who tlied on or about the loth day of Novem- ber. 1016. are required to file wjtb Messrs. vConybeare. Church, McArltmr Davidson, Solicuora. Couybcare lllotk. Alberta, on or be- I fore the 23th day of November A. II9IT. a full statement duly verified, of tlielr. claims aiid' o! any security held by Ibem and after tbat dale the Exe- cutrix wfll distribute the assets of the said estate among the Dirties en tilled having regard only to tho claims of whfrti notice his been Bled or' which hare been brought la the knowledge a( the Eiecntilx. at Alberta, this llth day of October. A. D.. 1917. COXYBEARE, CHURCH, Mc- ARTKUR DAVIDSON', Martha Anna-Man The money had conic from Omer Lemieiu and had beeu paid to him hy James Alderman DouceL psaln he bad not .expected'any money [ami had held uo conversation" with'iiciix as lo the purpose for which i IL was giveii liim. He went on to say ill a i he bciij.becq approached hy all 'he liolelmea Jn the 'cilyy with Ihe exception of two, to his influence In their behalf, but had not received any more money, The 'first witness this morning, Joseph Fournicr; proprietor o[ lhc Albion Hotel, admitted' that be liajrt 12.000 Tor his'license. .He de- nied, however, lliat he bad given any of ibis money to members of ihe. clly He had, he said, em ployed Alderman Lavigne to do same work for him as. a re- pairing bis hotel and hiid him (350. The actual work was only }50r hut lhc was paid for signature ID the plans. The had been glveu to a man call od Blackburn who was to try and in- fluence some of tlie aldermen to grant Fou'rnier his license. George Mootnetlt. an ex-alderman of Hull, staled hai told him and Aid. Gaudldln ihit he had bribed hall of (he Hull aldermen (n order to get bis license. Tie. wit I ness said Fournier admitted bovine waring, the Executrix I paid Aid. and For J. _ Ad H Boulton's Taxi 'afld Healed Car for "'City Cilli. Service Closed Car for Country Trips, Phone 1206 cler an unnameJ arnouot. lie oiCered Aid. Talbot but ey had .leeu the witness, had declared that lie had bribed llic wLui Ihe exception of I ares members. The three unbrlbed ones, Ihe late Alderman .Aid. Falardeaii ani Aid! Chenter. FournlCT "saiil-' Mont paiU, bad slated that he bad paid the Quebec license Inspector" vhlch waa also couniid In. on the; cos of, the license. Joseph Locgpres, proprietor "of tin SI. Louis one of tbc men wbi lost Iris license, swore that he visitei Aldermen Stafford and Leonard a Mielr homes and gave them each n cash. Both had promised to'gtvi him their rote. Soy) Boys, Who i Buys Your Clothes? If you do we wsiwt you to see our big "islock. You'll find it easy to pick one to fit ami you'll like them 1 all. They're (he finest line of suits you can sec. We're proud of I hem anil you'JI too. Ijilml or buys your bring them litre, t They'll get you one of our .suits all righl. THAELUTTie Tailor Six months1 Irade ol Canada'.tolal led more than 13-17 ai increase, of about 200 millions th respondjQA period last Joys and Books, .vill mix all if th arc kept mentally alert and physically active with pour- Ishmgr easily digested foods, SbreddeJ Wheat Biscuit is the ideal, food for young- sters to study on or to play on because it. contains the ife of the whole wheat grain n a digestible form. The kiddies like it milk or cream, with sliced bananas or other fruits- Copenhagen, Oct. nasslbll- lly ol u German retreat on lUc Aldnc mentioned by 'on iiillilary expert of the I'ageblaU ot Hcrlln, lit the French victory (here. Ho says the al- ack of tbc uurioubicilly will be jepeateil anO iSat uliliuueh their hances o( success are slight. Is iveJl (ci remember thai ibe Ger- man plun or Defence does not lorbi'd "oluinary iiliiDrJonineiil, under proper circuuisiAncea. .of ferrltory iiat esaen- al great tactical plan, so lint osses may be reduced. liae loss of LIs is in nowise iot allcr the slrateRle siiuation of the he writes. He dnw.s ID (fie fact thai -son is slill twelve kilometres from he batllefron.1 and. Is pro toe led by iew field forlifuriitlous vrliich Ihv fvciifh will find it dllricuU to over- cooie, Mou 1 real. Ocl. eiieU load- ing plant of ttio I'Auadlan Company, llcporrot, near Vaudreull. Que., by Ilro and ex- plosions this iKorulug wlili a los.s of Thr> tiro Slarlctl by n Sliark from an electric motor. A smalt eipJosipu gavo tUo opera- tives working lu the plant a naruiDc. which was at oucc, heeded. Tla-ro was H3 loss pf HCo. two uicn.kK. Most- ptttt nod P. Unassuer being slighlly Injured. Tbo Jira besau at seven 'o'clock Ibis uiornlof. Just alter the hands had begun uork. TKo llrst exptu3- ton wrecheJ HID part of I ho plant rn It nrcurreil ami Ihe high wind blew unTulng fragments lo ndJoining ldinss and store rooms. lu Iho Jailer were elored ft large number ot loaded shells and a, quantity of pow- der, Theao ciploded vlth Ircmcii- do us defoliations which wcro heard es an ay. Tbo eiulodlug shrapnel the woods nearby In which (be operatives hnd taken retugo and many ot them had. narrow escapes. Windows In farm houses, within c rndlus of-three miles wero broken. Help in lhc shapo of lire cnglnec and hose was rushed from-Montreal, but tho liuruiue could not be od nnd was practically consumed la Uie ground hy the flames. The brigade of the Canadian iiilbslvcs plant irleil to CODO with Ibe slluallou, but lhc steam pumping te soon caught (Ira aud the tank ran dry soon after Ihe, first ex- plosion occurred. All acl of gallantry was performed by ;i Canadian Pacific railway switch -w comprised of Knglneer J. I'unv pie, Conductor S. Uranfard, Fireman K. Oniilbler nnd Drakctimn Sproulo and T. J. Uoulger. They ran Iheir train'close to the blazing storehouse, coupled on lo a train loaded ivllh 'completed shells ani pulled them to u place of safely. form ay olhcr Arties, ulili tho Tho flral duty dcfent'o Ibo con FUfkorluwl." belweeu worklug ami of. the Ulslncllnutioii o( al L Irpak the present majority'A: (woof the majority jwirllej to hi any upou the o( the' ITUWH In wteth-