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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 26, 1020 Trial of Charge Against Frank Delancy Reiiumcd Before Justice Gresham KEEPS UP EMBARGO ON V BONDS AND SECURITIES TORONTO, Oct. embargo., against the importation- of securities I from overseas and (ho sale o! Victory I Bonds by the market comr.iittca will be continued for some time yet ac- cording (o Sir Draytoa, minis- ter of finance, who had a conference yesterday, afternoon with several lead- ers of finance on these two questions. As to the the minister liiti- jnatcd, that niigM be discontinued 07 February neit, if not earlier, sud with" reference to Bonds, he I said he wquld llfcs them to continue in the-hands of I ho market committee Witou Sylvia Pankhurst In Corresnondence WithNik Lenk a little while longer. (By a Staff-Reporter.) BLAlRMOHfi, -ffit- liessea ivere called this'mornlQK in ttc case of Frank Delaney, .VP.P. deteo- Jive of Calgary, who is facing Justice Gresham here on a charge of holding, up J.'Claridge. of tho Cosmo.-, politan" Hotel. Blairmore at the point. gun Thanksgiving Day. The witrj ne'sses called by the prosecution J Claridge the informant. Panicle: "On the Jfulz, clerk at the th6 o' the refeien Hotel and Harold E Beattie, ol W1" be welcomed as expressing 8 of the people of '9 country of he drlnh evil, and that it will be accepted cheerfully on all sides." Island, a gusst of the 'hotel at lime Tho substance of the testl- xnon} gneu was that the accuseoV.in an angry and excited mood and using vile language ..stressing tho. declara- tion 'that ho would show them who running the Pass" did hold up leadef .o'.'H movement, Hev. H. R. Army, arrived here this morning. Of- W J Claridge and secured the return have every reason to congrat- flcial government and civic welcome themselves on the verdict ren- was extended and while en 'routs from der'ed." j the train to the city hall large crowds Globe: "To those who have j gathered and cheered enthuslastlcal' Halifax "The advocates of I OTTAWA; Ocl.-26, General Bram- a dry Scotja, particularly tho well Booth, head of the Salvation of IhQ which he the accused leied to he due him for a room which he 'had secured but later abandoned. Tvt'o of the witnesses said that be- lariey -seemed "half crazy." The crofE- babbled uhtbiriklcgly of She temper- ly. Few public men in' the. last de- ary.Jemperance-wavo and tho 'Inevlt- 'examination by Mr Ost'nnd seimied i i able reaction' the results will come as cade bad received so warm a welcome. After meetings In Mont- ooicned to the Ilitit surprise. The major-rreal and Toronto, General Booth will ity 'el the people will accept them as visit the west, opening his western -accused, who is. a" nvin vfiuined at fprec sufferin? torn 'some form of temporary Insanity .re- sulting from shell shock. .The court adjourned at V> o'clock. H Osllund of I ethbrldge for Deiahey. and. Messrs. Gillis and for the plantiif. The conrt is .'silting in 'the Masonic hall and well filled this morning. During ;the..cross-examination of one of the a healed exchange of .words passed, between Mr Ostlund and Mr. 'Tutrhan.. Mr. ,'Ostlnud made the 're- mark that he did not know why Put- man was-interfering In the case as he nuderstood'-it was Mr. Gillis' case, 5tr, Putman sprung to his hammered the table and In a TOice, said that if Sir. Ostlund he had no voice in a.'liar." .The Justice called for order explaining to the Irritated coun- sel that Mr Putman was appearing as assistant .Mr. Ofllund -apologized- and the; hearing p'rb: ceeded iYJdence o'f the delc-rmination of the lour with a mass meettng In Wlnnl- i_to be done with an evil peg. Later ho will-Tlsit the United drag on the States. wheels'of prosperity and progress. 'to the everlasting shame the Melghen governraent'thit-Ontario was'.denied'the'right to keep In line elements of prairie province's :and at ?nd-Cpnirn Ihls'tlmeV1 Victory will be no less car- ot London, tngla aro the toliOwIuB tain'when'the vote'Is taken Eldmonton Journal: "At this mom- ent. It appears'that the'majority ag- ainst infportaHon .will not be more thari half prthat .which was registered With the _ Salvation Army.ofDcers: Commissioner David Lamb, chief of army immigration work; Captain John rnjssloner -Lawery, all iss car-' wl- Brigadier .Tuley of Indla'and tho general's private sec- retary, Col. RoUbrt; of the War Cry. The American School JonrnaJ says spent on 'the public in 1915fin favor of the liquor act. -In'schools last year while, the tax ex- NEW YORK, OcL United States Steel Corporation, at its quar- terly meeting here today declared re- gular dividends of iy Per cent: on iUnlted States Steel common'and HI per ceiit. on its preferred.slocV, -Total earnings for the .quarter, ended Sep- .tqmbori'SO, 1920, i-were aHhpun.cen as net. and surplus i Theso figures compared with total earnings of net income of and surplus of 833 for. the previous tiuarlcr. Is about a third. Every- thing, considered, it does not look as inthe go'vernment wonld be JustiRed In Introducing radieal'changes In the ict on the the vote. It it has uch; changes view and wanlssa for them the only forf.it to rlo is to'submit thein irectly.to the electors." .The' Calgary "The Herald ellevea.the'. net result of tha vote will evjhe--creation- of. confusion worse Sp far as the-provisclal egislatares. are concerned It would ertainly be foolish' for them to judge esterday's.-result as. authority for >qne'-dry conditions.: This must leave le situation as badly he-devilled as was during the period when wartime rohlblllon of importation was in ".The'only reasonable solntion of the ,DENY TALK ABOUT WHISKEY RUNNERS SPOKANE, Oct. that whiskey rnnners from across the -Can adian-line are interrupting movemcn1 of freight over the Spokane Inlor national Hallway or that armed guards have been sent to protect freight car, from their attacks was made E L Cardie, traffic manager of the :road. Mr. Cardie branded as false a state- ment of W L, btauffcr, chief apecia of the road, declaring that large importations of liquor were beln inade across tho border. CASCARETS "They Work wrjile yoy Sleep" f I! perts at Washington, say was spent on candy, in the same time, a dlMerence of 105 millions'in favor of candy. Crimea. As Pierre, the girl's brother, William Karnurn portrays the, charac- ter of a strong man who sacrifices utbUUm and-gives his all in an ef- fort to save Ms little sister from the suffering which she faces. Air the Trci: irswn; the scenes were made in -a little village near and In New York city. Tho play Is one of intense, action, 'well worthy ol the dramatic ability of the ocrted star. The cut Includes Gladys HUbiirn, Kate Blaack LONDON, Oct.______________ charges were made in Dow Street Robert police court today against mysler- G. The scenario Coburu, i. Paul OU3 man of undlvulgcd nationality who, the government attorney declar- ed, has been acting between members of revolutionary la this coun- try and the Russian revolutionists. the government attorney call that among -the letters found on the accus- ed was on? from! Slyvia Pankhurst to premier of soviet ringed by J3, Lloyd Sheldon and the play was directed by Ed- wards. V Otter good attractions. MAY. ALLISON COMING 'THE WALK-OFFS" TTie Colonial Theatre 'iyll! present the Screes 'Classics, production 'The Walk-Ofts" for a run of two manded for a week. s Faraum Scores Kit In "Heart heatre Wllliain Farnum scored another big bit when he appeared on the screen yesterday at the Empress Theatre in "Heart the new William Fox production adapted from a story by- Henry Albert Phillips. Briefly, the story tells of'the won- drous love of a man for his young sia- ter, a.girl en unfortu- nate ,alllance" With a villainous crea- ture ifho would drag her in the dust and use her as a shield for his own In' fajhionable gowns "specially, designed for her in advance by" several Parisian modistes. The adaptation of this Oliver Mor- was made by" Juna jinui and Younger. Frederic and Fanny Hattpn, the gifted collaborators wroie'ri3ie In addition to gowns and beautiful women adorning them the production is set in a background of rich society and studio life !n New York City. These scenes were designed by John Holden and executed without regard to cost. Herbert Blache, who has a long record of big productions to his credits .directed May Allison and a notable cast in this romantic and ab- sorbing Lsrlvue: and Dagneau presented a high cUis? was fuerlt- orlous.'1 Both-Jiave excellent singing olces (hat harrno.nlze well. Pauline Westerly" and Hilly Chata afforded piBnty'of eutortalniuoot with their neat specially act. Miss Wester- ly in her character songs wou hearty applause, and Mr. Chase at the iilano proved himself an artist. Blanche Hazelton. a singing coriiar dlenne, offered a repertoire of clover couiedy numbers, and'with her demeanor scored a big j Saxon. Chanard Locnard filled dUt tho bill with Uielr musical -act which puts nn Ideal finishing touchMd tho whdlo ihbw. Kxtra' good -uhqtoplays .and some fine orchcstral'muslc by the Colonial concert orchestra rounded out the bill. The Taiidfi-iilo at tha Colonial every Monday7 and Tuesday, ip being main- tained at and Jswell yqrth'y Dt'the'supporl of every Lethbridge..'. LAST TIMES TONIGHT (Tuesday) VaudeviDe SAXON, CHANARD AND LEONARD BLANOHE'HAZELTON LARIVEE AND DAGNEAU WESTERLY AND CHASE FIRST-CLASS VAUDEVILLE AT THEATRE BUMPER DYlpGHT Buy only Dyes" SLOAN'S GOES RIGHT TOTHEACHiNCiSpOT You Can Just tell .Byi.lts Healthy, Stimulating Odor, That l( Is Going To Do You Good. TtflOUBANDS of men and .vrpmen, when the least little rheumatic" "crick" assalig -them, have Sloan's Liniment to kuock it put. Popular over a third or a century more popular That's because.it Is' so wonderfully helpful in relieving external aches and iroblem which will transfer, he Uiqiipr-'ouslness of the province ntirsly-to the-contrql'of the gov- rnment, 'taking distribution and sa'.e rom the druggists and doctors and the hands of govern- ment vendors." ;Vanqpnyer-Suh: s'Nova.'Scotia arid have de- cided to try the .'birae-dry' experiment. Th6 vote cannot be described as eii- huBiastlc.; In favor of prohibition. Th5re-i3Ja marked retrocession from the; first .fine careless rapture with which John Barleycorn was original- ly, .told to he gone a few years' ago." neuralgia, overstrained muscles, sllf joints, weather, exposure results. A little IB alT that for II soon without to the sore spot. ho stained skin. All 35c, 70c, ?UO. -Made In Canada. Each package ,of "Diamond Dyesr contains directions' so Blmple Hat any woman can diamond-dye irorn, shabby skirts, waists, dresses, coats, stockings, sweaters, draperies; every thing, whether wool, silt, linen; cotton Qr .mixed goods, new, rich, fadeless colors.' Have druggist show you "Dlt mond 'Dyes Color Card .-night Hippodrome vaudeville show, at the Colonial theatre was greeted by a capacity audience which showed appreciation of each item on the bftl by gen'erous applause THERE-WILL BE -AN AUCTION SALE AT GREENFIELD'S EXCHANGE; On Thursday Afternoon Next, October 28th a quantity of'Furniture, Stoves, will be sold to the :SIgfriest bidder. This sale is" ne'cessitated by .pur. removal to'x new premises in the Majestic' Theatre building. Frank Wadd'nglan WltLSELL and .Tomorrow Genius sp'ars on 1 Perfidy and Imte.cannot crush Pierre sacrificed all for hls'sls- ter! But his genius and honor's fear- ful vengeance redeemed him! William Fox Presents >r; Two 9, p.m. A Bltf Sacrifice of Brother for .Sister Also splendid Christie torn- HERE CON- STANCE TALMADOE In <'IN SEARCH OF A.SINNER'" "Come Into my web" -Said the spider til the fly. AND SHE DID I WKst happened to "The Linimem You're bilious, constipated, Bpset! feel headachy, full of cold, dlczy, unsfrunn. Your meals don't 'breath is bad, skin sallow. Take Caa- carets tonight for your liver and bow- els and wake up clear, energetic and full oi "pep" NO Incon- venience Children iovo Cascarela too 10, 60 BEAUTIFUL HAIR -----LnaB Icaa an'l suirhtir prepara lions, If you want (o'havd nice look- JnS hair. You can't liave your hair lull of W6, unless you USD a prepara- tion that will give strength to the hair belmaya ''Vitalono" French Hair Tonic restores the llfo and IDS- tre, remote') dandruff, makes finir ?old In Canada, at Ji.05 n bottle Sold in Lei lib rid go by Sydney Jackson, Prescription Specialist, Phone 364 Across from Alexandra (he BEMUJNE and The Reliable Remedy for Colda, Grip and Influenza, of is recognized by all civilized Nations. Be careful to avoid imitations. Ask for Oil Price 30c, Fortify Yourself Against the "Flu" (TUESDAY HEALTH :TALK NO. 3) (BY HYRUM SMITH, This is the season of the year sucldon. changes in temperature may catch you -too lightly clothed. If the body is not in vigorous condition, you are easily: made a victim ojf. influenza. The hody is fortified againit "colds or'influenza when Hie lungs, the kidneys, the liver arid the fltbmach'are getting their full share'of nervous energy.; The nerve lines are power lines running to all of the hony. Tint when somo one of the 2f movable Joints of'the backbone oi alignment, lhen: the nerve, exit between spinal Joints is narrowed and the nerve is pinched. The transmission of nervous energy !t disturbed, some organ is weakened and becomes incapable or diseased. Chiropractic adjustments restore spinal alignment, and .with the cause removed tho disease sous. RETURNEC TC SCHOOL "Last year 1 had the "flu." Jiy wife had Just had a wonderful ex- pcrlm-e in getting rid of a goitre (hat had resisted' all other treat- ment for two and so J decid- ed to liy chiropmctic first. In two weeks I was back In the school room. My condition was such that J feel chiropractic was a life saver." Uaher, Olilropm'cllc Bureau, Statement No, 1223351. Consultation 1 without charge. HYRUM JUNE B. CHIROPRACTORS 205 SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONES 1441 AdJuntmenU when given with scientific precision restore health In all diseases affecting the following organs: BRAIN EYES EARS NOSE THROAT ARMS HEART i LUNG9 LIVER STOMACH PANCREAS SPLEEN KIDNEYS SMALL BOWEL LARGE BOWEL GENITAL ORGANS THIGHS AND LEGS GREAT SPECIAL MID WEEK'ATTRACTION I WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY WEEK the Jtomanee jcfHealLqve 4- Spai-Ming Comedy o Newark rj 'Adapted from the Play of Mathis: and A-EYounger from ttie? .successful Motosca Maxwell Karger, ;