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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News AH The Local News You Expect It OCTOBKH 2tt. AUJIfUTA. ApiffIIate Division Heveree.s De- Likely To Appeal (o S. of Canada v BASKETBALL TONIGHT Two cliy leaguo basketball I IIP l-abor Coiiiidl bceu inairucied by of ihe Albeita Kcdera- (lion ot lo (tiroi a committee it> ul'iuin ibc necessary data for present- u of tho COHSUIM (T.i to Ihi! Jr. fran-ford. T. dla- Irlct govonior or Diairlci No. I'J, In- tern at ionn' Assccis'iiGn ot HolQT-y Cluhs. paid an oulclal visit to Lxitli- brldge Itolarj Club on Tuesday aTLor- noon, lie was met at, tho depot by President Fred Spooner. the direclors and comnilleo chairmen on his ar- rival from Calgary at aa-1 inimftj- i.ilcly went Into nession. A round table confuirncc waa held when many innttcra afTcclIng llio wclfaro of Rot- ary were illEcussed. Jo Iho evonlng McCullough wan with tbo consc-qucnci: the snow plow was derailed twice and i t'-ni one on the blue line, ;ho J other on thc whlio line, mot v.-iih Ilia i dramatic eiil from provincial same Mtc. On iho blue line trairic j jjolirc1 (.oan of Mr. f. was bt-lf] up for half an hour aiH on i Hbinlrr. under of irjiure (lie line for Tour hours. Oi the e-ridcncfe subinitieJ liy ttic po- RADICALS STILL ON TOP IN SWITZERLAND TiKHNE. H.-lnrns from the flccilon to ilit) national council, nl- tliongh still Incomplete, show tbe Hadicnls remaining the strongest, party ivlth 60 seals, while i-5 scats were won by the XeW Peasants' partj-. TJie Conservative Catholics maintain their strength, electing auoul All ibe consolalion lhat Commission- er Freeman has is thai bail might h'dve been worse with the eipcriencc or ihu street car sysleni in Edmonton, where thn thaw caused a, complcta Thrre one car went down a ravine. wllh inoal remarkable resnlLs, in. thai, Ihougb ft was sinr-sheil LuyonO recog- nition, pntctically flattened out. (he thcro trere lour, the eueat of honor at Lbo regular OCCUpanlSi 0[ nonlhly evcalnK luncheon and meet-1 and lho cached with only Ing of the local club and afterwards mlnor injurjC3 jn the way of cuts. One addressed '-fee member with who Lhc nr wllcn many matters of wide general inter' Ih'c aod by tbc Air. Barrell, marked ihc terminauon oT the case j'tiil Harris, ami Jiill W'Jinkoti, tharRC'il wllh inlrac- lions of the Liquor Act ami Ihe lu- ll 'a n Aci. on Tuesday afternoon. CouaEel strongly objected to the evi- Uenue proOucea by llie polEca of a conversation overheard whTle tlie ac- cused were In the cells, in which some- thing of a story ITJIS framed up be- tween ill em to get away from lue ho TvanteJ ?o of the whole th'ng and that llijuor, v.-us al ibc bottom of 11. Tic nsla'odl llinl lie- drove inin the t'Hy from tlaN: ivith Klyiin. on farm lio was ivurking, on tlio evening ihai Ihp ILoIt v.-js cpmmiiled. In rvsurd tlic 'bte of [tie suni-j lie lia-L im U-ciijn ou'iiis lo hia concltiion at the lixf. bin he ivas willing I't put'it Llic iiin-3 irii'iitioned by ihe police, llo (uriUcr averred ihal the theft was tho charges la.it! iisL them. Not ob- taining his point, .Mr. Dcmlry retired oukoQic ot a fnxmti botwocn solicitor, and Flynn. wenl on to say thai lie drove in v.-jih Mr. nnd Mrs, riynn und family, who rcgistcrf-d a( the Alexandra. He later jirocureil :L bol- lle of whlElzpy From .1 LuoUepger anil met Flynn al l.c-psard's where ihoy helped ilicniselvcs to tlic bottle. by lho manager. Mr. Tro.vcr, .ind llic arreit by Delectlro Sid Ul AftiiHpJ. who icai-rvc-d his vi.as coijiiiiiuci! !or irinl. He WP.S de- fcnrlt-il Mr. J. It. PnlRier. ad with .Mr. S. .McArtliur. Tlio cution conducted by S. conclHIons, )ii. lirice. sloraga. mar-1 of ihc L-onnnission will he Koverninent. AnJ tiic iin- ii cT bavins ihe necessary datu Is urnvhusized. The Ontario Rural Mail Contrac- tors Association met at Kitchener and decided to iry and belter their conditions. 4t) Tho Socialists, xrlio lia.d peeled lo carry from 60 to 70 Tvon nbouL 20 aborc their former in at ing [.heir probable strength a minimum of 40. Tho remaining of the 1S9 seals arc distributed among mall fficllons. CROWN PRINCE OF TURKEY IS OPPOSING THE SULTAN CONSTANTINOPLE. OcL. Medglrl. crown prince of Turkey has] Joined tht- Turkish nationnligts in op- pasillon lo ihc sullan and the ohl TC- I lie Ikes near Sculari, .on tlio j Doston school leathers arc asking a tlat increase of JGOO a year tor all grades. Asiatic Khore ol the IJosphortrtis and refuses Lo cross lo Ihe European side; Abdul Is n. young man Q[ modern de- mocratic idCuS and has attained qulio a reputation BS a pafntcr and sculptor. O------ i in Hears Claims of Various Active Service Units CAUSAJIT. Oct. 2S. _ Mgadlcr General H. F. McDonald. rduunnndlDg dlflrict No. 13, (ion or nrlillcrr which liad been mailc otbor comraanaing oKlMrs on tho by Alberlo lo tho overseas [orces dur- ihcro were an Increase In thc militia there would In all probability be n place for new but we cannot guarantee these, since thc force is not likely Lo bo unduly increased above its Olter inLl. hoped that war batteries might be tated, iu view of tho KplcntllJ contrlbu- present strength." General I confer with 1' of (.Tic mill Ma units of Ihe dlfilrlcl, Uic mlllLin reorganization rumnilttee of J'anadn lield a aUllng in the PalllBor hold last Major General Sir William OUcr, K.C.1V. W.' B. 0.0., C.M.G., D.S.O.. Major General W. G. C.B., C.M.O., o! (lie guueral slaff, lUlgfldter GencrBl G. L. Mac- Jiaughlon. D.H.O., are Iho members ol thc llrlgad'er General McUonald. aa the olttccr conimandinff Ihe also sal as a member -of tho committee.Y A3 the result ol lho roulorenco recommendations concern- ing all lho old inSlltt.1 unlta, and tho of Ihc traditions and In fomc caees Lhc Idcnllly of ihc over- teas units, will he made to Ottawa, The comrolllce will rcconimeni Ihal nil of tho old mllllla units remain. IL is possible Lhat Iwo fnTantry iiiK tho The noramandern of (ba 10th, and ,10th battalions at Ihc confcrcnrfi yoEtorday llic claims or Ihclr units for representation in the per- manent mi I ilia, as dltl Ihe commander of the -IDlli ot Kdmqnton. Thc claims to be disiiTiclty a Talgnry unit, and HS such cojisltlcrs Ihal it has prior rlalra to iiennanencyy- as a regiment. IL hasi'il is slatctl, by far thc sirongcsl reprcscntallon among the returned men In The 10til, oil tho otlirr liRnd, liar! thc long- est period of overseas service, and thc Alberta regiment In (Ills rcjjicct lifts priorlly over lho 60th. These con> Rlderailoai ell brought lo Ihe al- j Ic-ntion of lho reorganization commit- too yesterday. 2wh Battery Thc of Iho 25tli artillcr) field baltcir. Ixilhbrlrtgc, which Threw Away Eugene Qncsncl, of Montreal, suffcritg from tidrcy line] saffi-rcd for rive ioDg yoira. Tbls is bis rtl could not sleep nighLi and on come occnsions could h.irdlj- I had been trcaleJ by some of our beat physicians but without relief. 3 lost over 15 pounds nnl was vciv ircnlc, and friends who knew mo before ivcrc astonished. One day I met one ofourTKidingliotclkeopcra, Trbo had been cured by yonr fumons Gin He advised me lo Irv Ihcra. 1 bouglit und before I had one box I felt a big cluingc. Jlcforo I fin- ished tbe second one I was com- pletely cured, and T can. you if I had only tuown what I know notr, T would not have spent one hundred doling for when two boses of OLa Pills cured me." Gin Pill" arc lite fincsl prepara- tion for Kidney nnd bladder Iroublo ever produced. Al Llic first warning in bnck or fide, got Gin F'ills. Tbey work like reducing 'con- fjcslion, Scaling inflamed, emaciated HnilditiE Iheui into normal r.n'l active ronililion and rc- iicTinff pain- At all drugpisls aud rlr-ilcrs, 50r, Monry rrfuiiflrNl if not eatisficd. Tree on rciucsl. Thc Natioml Drug i CTieinic.il Co. of CanadR, LimilM, Toronlo. United Stairs Incx, "OH Main SI., Buffalo, JST.Y. 255 fresh To-day Halibut, Lake Superior Trout, Smoked Fish, The Vancouver Fish Market Coaldale Block Phone 313 BUY VICTORY' BONDS E. A. EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Rink BUY VICTORY BONDS WE ARE. NOW SELLING 1C NATIONAL 5ROSPER- ITY INSURANCE prcaan'c and do not wish to loso their Irlcnttly. Tho commandera of oreriiens nulls would prefer lo retain tho old rnlher (linn In ho tnrrgcd In tho units of [lio olll inllllla. and aro equally anxious In Iliis matter. K Ma says there ain't much work to all of us want POST TOASTIES from" lalloilF, llic IPIli Alberta Dr.-ieonn (subsequently txpnmlcd inlo the Cana (linn Light tho Tleltl b.l (cry. Thc old miHUa nulls which nr likely (o bo iiQnnanenl ;uo llio 151 Mghl llnrse. Ihe 15Ui Alheria Dm is, Ihc Alberta Light Horse tho ICllsl Kdroonloii Fusiliers, llic 1 'nlsarv nilfes lho 2oth field arllller the 4lh field lroor> (cnsl- 1 (he Htli Army Service corn- and (lie 17tli CaTalrr Field Am- bulance brigade. In addition (o (he abore t, machine Sun brigade Is In process o[ organiza- tion as a result ot the acllro mllllls. (Among the officers preeent AC yos- tcrrtay's conference Lt. Col, F- Ollrr.an, D.S.O. Col. Potler, U. Col. Arthur do Mbvbrar Dell, Lt. Col, B. P. Mackln, D.3.O.. Col. P. P. Daly, C.M.O., D.S.O., JIncDonald, Lt, Col. B. 3. Doughty, D.9.O., Lt. Col. F. D.3.O., It. II. Palmer, D. S. O., Lt. ftol.'j. N. Gunn, D.S.O., Lt, Col. B. do Col. B. 0. May, IA. Col. Tlornco .Ten- kins, Jhjor f Y. Weaver, 1XS.O., K. W. Mapaon, Major 11. II, Darker, IlrlE. General J. S. fltcwnrt, LI, Col. W. C. C. Armstrong, U. Col. (t. 11. MeLcod, Major J. W. MacLeod, Lt. Col. C. SleTCnson, Could Not Sleep EmpSon Itched and Binned So. "1 noticed A liule pimple en my bnby'e face. I thought it was from ihe Bun but Ihe slrir. waa red find voyhot. He could not or rut tbc eruption itched and burned BO, nnd it caused him to Ecreidi, I was quite dls- couiaged. .''1 nawfln Tor Cull- cura Soap and Oln'mcnt end sent for free Eainplc, I bought more and aJlcr using cakes of CuLlcuraScap and two nnd a half bozca of CuUcura Ointmenlho wsa healed." (Signed) Mrs. S. P. Mctftlre, UBS CuUcura Soap, Ointment tad Talcum for every-day toilrt purposes. Pet Irra mapii of Ctfle Ttlcum port-cir Otfi. A, O, I, A." J VICTORY BONDS THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral Bfock, LcLhbritlBS Phone No. 6 51 Fire Insurance ar.d Loans Both Stores Now at 315 Fifth Street S. ORDER TO CONSOLIDATE my business and enable me !o give my persona! altention lo both departmenls I have moved the custom tailoring department from Third Avenue to the Fifth Street store, where better quarters for the workshop lias been secured, and where I can give better service in both made- to-measure and ready-to-wear clothes. BUY VICTORY BONDS FRED THAELL CLUB CAFE Serve Ihe Ksl 3Sc Meal in the City. Quick Service. Our CoIIco and French I'aEt Is Diltcrcnt. BUY VICTORY BONDS L If you arc in (he market for horse or cattle HAY on no account miss calling or writing lo us for Qual- ity and Prices. Immediate ship- ments, money in your pocket. Re- member money saved is money earned. Phone 1563, PaUerson-Dell Oraln Co., next door to Tele- gram office. Government free freight arranged. ions Rye Grass and Unthrashed Oats, splendid sample, 266'G iJUY VICTOHV BONDS AUCTION SALE TOMORROW THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3O COMMENCING AT A. C. WISEGARVER'S FARM, ONE MILE NORTH OF THE GOVERNMENT EXPERIMENTAL FARM, LETHBRIDGE. FRANK WADD1NGTON favored with ir.Etruclions from Mr. NVlEcgarver LO soil by Publio Auction nnd without reserve: 5- bottom P. 4 O. Gang Plough. I sorrel marc; 3 good (2 3 yearling heifers; .1 calves: I fni 40 turkeys; 75 clifckeng; 3 huggy nnd rroam tc par a Lor. saddle; LooU and various outside elfccl- (he household FURNITURE rncluiling: Rountl oak extension dining table; !el. nak dining chafra; cflolro lahlcp; Iwo rockcra; fumed oak and goltlpt; oak drctaprs: cot and hearing table; sectional book sections, lop nnri triinnied bods, corcplcie wjlfi springs and maltrcEscs; steel range, healing slove; G kitchen chairs and Mlcfacn table; goo I Lncuhator; wash Lull a acd boElor; urlnger and nanny other smaller arltclca. Further Entries for Sale are Invited. TERMS CA9H AUCTIONEER'S 449 ;