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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1WO THE LETHBRIDGE; DAILY PAGE ELEVEN CHICAGO JURY IND1CK BAH PLAYERS CHICAGO, toenta i.efcajri Iratlii; )i; op- and con- today by Seren aMatort of Vhlto gen, tkrte MBIT two Ttie charges fww out gtmbfen it "filing" lul jreart wtrld letweenMfce' White Cloth- Taoao BMie loa Jacksob, .Claude WUUMM, Fred .UcMtilin, Weawr, FetKh ,4n4' .Ctarlef BWwir, Soi players. Arnold Gindll, former lonMr am flayer; Joseph 'Sport" EMllw of and Ra- Brvm at New York. iBdletment eoniaius Stye counts, locladinc ehargee ofoon- to obtain under false I Md.to tbe bwlaeaa ut the CUeaco 'American League owe been pre- attorney for the pared by II and trtorU wlH be tnwved H ww announced, to obtain tliair reUro to Chicago. Atteil In in Ctaotto la Detroit, (fendil ia Tcua, Jacfaoa and In North Carolina tad tie 62 fa knows to attoroej. CbW J-wtlce McDonald tfeat wnU ta >aO on tBiJotaect. or. for each ijf UHM4 HELPS MAKE MANITOBA DRY 16 I- WASHINGTON, Oct Bri- aln submitted to the of S-aUorfs Uon li InWraaUona] at-Twiments 'ered, Jatp by her covenant tf the league came Into force laat 1, according to advlcea re celvid here today from H the leagiw council. "These aald the ad- of the em-- at a whole and specific engage- ments of India, South Africa and Can- Ida. "The registration of these In compliance with Article (S of the covenant, which-'-' J triit-'-'No treaty or UNITED STATES REFUSED I- THIS TREATY Rev. E. Leilie PIdgcon. prominent 'inuipeg divine, and past president ;'the Rotary Club of America, who i secretary of the Manitoba Tern- erance Organization, helped make lit province dry. by for at the' French'fof- UnttM SUtea amhaaeador, WaHaM, not sign the Ths oldest resident of Wood stock, and perhaps ol Oxfoni county, Mre. B. died at the age of 97. iniaty. the itate posi- Kuxsia aicruld not be doing woutd DOUBTS ACCURACY J OP OTTAWA, Oct. tolegrim rfr !2ive4-hero from the Serbian inin1 btbrs :denics the accuracy of a.ai_5-. >atch'. from Montreal stating that -pl- iable, had been received there from Jol.i E. Bumhani, at the Red (Jro'ss. u Albania, Ooclaring that the Serbi Jans, were destroying Albania fytg Hoiitdncsro with fire and sword. wires' "There Is only a small soldiers' guarding the. fron- iler between Albania and the sonthcnj paftijSl the kingdom of the.; I'roats and Slovens. Ererythmg quiet Jugc-Slar army haa Invaded Mbania. Montljneiro also quiet, and InhabltantE being all Serbs, do not Tonn'a separate nation." Serbian .consul-general 5 to Montreal writes that lie 'la "rery dab- ton's cables received '-in Montreal from Col. Bnrnhim, who, as u Canadian ia a friend of'Serbia." PERU ;-V .LJMA, Oct flraf contingent pf -BrltUh" Upmlgianta; jianibertng SO to u a result of offerVof transport atlon ar todav1.: They were ib the quarantine station. Thsir Anal. 'dfipoaltlon has hot yet been'.determlried.; A J UOQ ES Oct. Canadian new judgei will b understood, before the departure' on-Tuesday neit of Hon mlntster of Justice, t attend'the' meeting of the League p Nations, at Geneva. There1. )s a "ra caa6y on the Manitoba bench due t the', reiis'natlon of Mr. Justice Hag ga'rt, but it may not be filled for the present.; 5EIZB CARQO FOR SOViET RUSSIA MAHARG SAYS IT ISNT THE CASE SASKATOON, OcU deliber declared J. A aharg, M.P., commenting on. tb stesscst of Premier "Mclshen tha e government hud never been aikel or ontdde of the house of com bna for the reinstatement of the heat board. Mr. Maharg was speak- at Venrood at No. 2 district con- vection ot the Grain .Growers: LONDON, war- ihiys have aelied and taken -tp Batnm, :bo Italian steamer for Novbrbsslci with a '.cafid "f or f iptiet asta, sayi a Moscow d'apatrtt to the tlV'iHeraid, organ of It-, Is laimed this action Ia a grtrs's-vlola- lla ro .sptlRC.ES the slgnihg ;of an f rench grotip Oil company development argeV.Bcatif: of oil .'atiVpIleli' from Brit- ish gonrces la made by the London contemplates the treatipn fleet of tank steamers lylngithe French the estabr jihroetit of IifljiTstdrago tanks at principal ports '.pC Ifrari'cu. In Its dcincial notes, the lays .-'Ik'e. rapid a purelyrBrit- kh the bitereaU of consumers of oil, which t agricultural eiporta -tieli lefe ran a" :f" cnalrmanahlp-or-'i'-___________ Bracken of the as the tontroi of weedi and Insects Injnrknu 'o crop's, .crop rotation, plant disease md Boll driftlsi will be dlBcuascd. BUYS B. C., Oct. 27 bttween Nome and Van touverthe icaooisr Ruby nndtf-'charlw ta HWtoo'i tomptty, li iMttaig Mr wajr al ter tfb> to pcwU ttaw CuwIlM HB rt ti AreUe bowl Ml tan tali port Mrl the nmuMf fiMlia tod iwO MototwtBtfy.tlw kTMT tor the camp, tad "the latter Mounted OB her return trip Is brlngta far catch o Ihe Arctic ctaps Talwd at two lion dollars. ON WHOUf CONTINEN Jfe iokotman, an'il friollshflr, "pa Ibroafh hero on fits way- home from bis game hunt In the Canadian Roc: '.o near jatytt', Alberta. man Mid the hunt was the' bisV'th American continent offers. Tna ba wts "five grizzlies, one brown, ''sheep, one of Kiimen'se s feats, (tvs caribou, two moose. Othe laino was seen In abuud.infe. .OTTAWA, Oct, (Can. V. B. Carrell, chairman of the Board of Hallway Commissioners, re- turned to OttawaUoday. He had no comment to make and no informa- tion to .give oat regarding rail way freight rates ordtr vrhlcli was sent back to the board for re-consid- eration by lie cabinet. It was Inti- mated, hovi-ever, that there would not be any new. order issued for SOUK little time at least until after his re- urn from New Brunswick next Tues- lay. v- Mr. Carrell was not incline! to take a serious view of the suggestion that the duiiee of the Board ot Co.ii- merce: be handed over to Ibe railway commission for that body to admin- ister -the Combines and Pair Prices Act. He had beard nothing of the suggestion1 and dM-not expect to do so officially: WILL VISIT ALL TI1B PENITENTIARIES OTTAWA, Oct. MINERS CONVENE IN WINNIPEG Tbis photo, show R. Rosa Montreal, secretary of the Canadian Mining institute, and Dr. J. A. Allan, professor of geolosy at the Alberta University, who. two of the prominent men attending the nunin; con; vcnlioii Iu Winnipeg. ei) recently, to draft new resulationB tho- admtviatration of the Canadian ob- _ Ras'ai -conualssion mm-Ject at bringing about better condi- has held its In OtUw probably :ti meet- commliiioB will of tat KHW YORK, Out. Alter a da? of tosUnoay (ke isUtivm ie trust" jeatenby k an. adjournment it .tia da were: pHhooay of Wm. Waiiel. wrpckin; C02trictofr rhat to Win. P BrindeJt. at the BiUKias CWcU, pririlese ot a working witb the council. als< paid ancAhnr to BrinileU for t ijob. BecausA ho had refnaed "tft prodinx for BrinileB. Jacob Fradis Several testified taal had been "bankrupted and put oat ol by the- labor leader, to whcrai declared hs had paid lor a joK SUGAR AT, NEW YORK XEW SS.-T-Refhwdl sasir steady at, ll to 13 cants pomj vaoleaila this mornios. Re- tail .uachanged. TALK OF TYRANNY OF GREAT BRITAIN CHICAGO, Oct.. urginii that tympathizera wtth Ireland range theniMivea .lively behind the lUfftrlna mli- iioni of men who are struggling for. relief from the Intolerable tyranny of Great Britain" were adopted it i meeting held last night under the auiplcet of the Irish Fellwnhlp Club In honor of memory of the late Terence MacSwiney. There's a Bob Lone Glove for ErerjrJob Miwt kytHllfrf wcflnwn fro a stnatfetl Kilher aid pllible. R.G. LONCtCo.. Cmllt Citit 322 5TH ST. SOUTH. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 1444. WE CASH RAILROAD CHEQUES WE CASH MINERS' CHlEQUES ,The Great Clothiers of the Great West The ttbre that aatisfies or cheerfully refunds. The store that of cheerfully Advertising is a funny Advertising are two kind you haircHo gay and the-kind you get for the best business has been built up mainly on thU last free Advertis- ing given us by our Hundreds of Well-Dressed, Satisfied Customers. We are .paying for thU "Ad" to reach mow pVsopler-Saeri- ficing our Jjrices and our pro'fits to attract more that we will eventually have more of the "free" advertising derived 'from more and more Satisfied Customers. MEN'S SUITS We have a suit to suit you. From to Special MEN'S 50-1N. LENGTH SHEEPSKIN LINED COATS Sizes 44 to 48. i Value MEN'S UNDERWEAR Fleece lined. Per Ages 2 to 8 ...1S.9S to !a.OO to Values DtlCK COATS Mackinaw lined. MEN'S WORK PANTS From to Valuta Special Value: and OMEN'S jSWEATERS Warm and Woolly, Jerjeys t9 t, fU Sweater to MEN'S Ever cloths. From coat is a big bargain. All to Values Value BOYS'OVERCOATS Little boys....------J5.EO to Btg boys to FUR COATS .At less than manufacturers' prices. Heavy Dossktn 550'00 Alatfci Beaver Silha Beaver China Dogsk'ln 'Australian Wallaby Australian Kangaroo :.....J140.00 Northern Muskrat........J175.00 Every one pf these coats Is worth nearly twice ins price. BOYS' 15 6fl la- M SO sweaters Hoo fc 14.50 Sweater Co-ts. to Special Value i MEN'S SOCKS Wool, cotton, and BilSt. Prices Fj'pm 45c to Every Special BOYS' TJger Drand izes 22 to 2S 28 to 33 Worth 13.25. SATURDAY MEN'S SOCKS All wool Dormlo.'i Medium ribbed. cial Vllug' MEN'S CAPS Winter Bands From to Special Values EEvery one a special value, CHILD'S SLEEPERS atanfleld's Combinations. Special Vilut's 1 BOYS'STOCKINGS Ribbed Cotton la 76o to }1J5 TSo-41.25 CHILDREN'S KNITTED SUJTS4 Sizes 22 to 2s. All Nice rango of colors, panle, arid glorcs. Speelal Value A MEN'S FANCY VESTS Knit wool and plush. Mads In Bngland Eviry one a Special -Vaiue, ;