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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FACE SU THE HKRAU1 SEPTEMBER lalists Ycmlil await Premier Palii- levc's acts before voting for Ho reproached the premier lor (ormlug bis war committee of old wen Instead ot youpg and ardent men. Confidence In the ministry vfts then voted by the chamber 37S to 1. The Soc- ialists AM not veto. 1 Paris, Sept. Paialeve, teplyins today in the chamber of dep- uties to Interpellations by Deputy yrederlct Brunei, vrho asked the gov- ernment to associate iiself with Pres- ident Wilson's refusal' to treat with the Ctrniau people so Ions as they vrere submissive to the military and advocating an institution or iety of nations, said that lie had luaje every eifort to preserve collabfimtlon with, the' Socialists. "1 ,failed ami 1 fegret the premier said. After paying a -tribute to Albert Thomas' services the premier said that the, absence of socialist ministers vfould no change in his policy, j He declared his "determination to pro- ceed 'energetically against all iu- irtgufrs and certain foreign agents. The chamber applauded the prem- ier's allusions to Society of nat- ions Eind President Wilson's messages to whose principles France fully ad- liered.; Alexandre RIbot, minister o! foreign sffairs, told the ch? tuber that all documents concerning France's agree- ments with the allies were ready and could be published tomorrow, hut thot the entente allied nations must be consulted, saying "the nearer ue reached the end of the war the closer must he our unity with Pierre Renaudel said that the Sac- SEIHINE DIMS (Special to the Fternte, Sept. Wage Ot- fleer Harrison, arrived in town yes- I onlay and has been engaged m In- terviews wiiu represeutatives ot the miners and with Manager re- gardms matters which -were left for further consideration last June at the Calgary conference. These matters, while not of vital importance, still are of nature as to leail to con- troversies between the parties until a permanent settlement ol them has been accomplished. Mr. Harrison Is learing tonight for the lignite field to meet other locals regarding disputes which have arisen over (he interpret- ation or certain clauses ihal were left In the same condition as lhat which Is pending here. Mr. Harrison speaks most of '.he outlook for a large output of coal throughout Dls- trlcl IS during the fall and coming winter. The funeral o! F. E. Eschwig. whose tragical death was reported in yester- day's Herald, took place yesterday af- ternoti and .was largely attended. GKEEK GENERAL ARRESTED Athens. Sept. Papoulos, who ordered the Greek soldiers to fire oa the French and British soldiers In Athens last December, has been arrest- ed at Missolonghe. He Is considered by the government to ba a dangerous reactionary. HffilM Of m Records Riccardo Stncciari great Italian baritone makes his American debut on umbia Records. His initial offering is that classic baritoae-Eolo, the "Largo al Factotum" aria from Rossini's "Brf rbjen di Siviglia." And never has baritone equaled Stracciari's magnificent rendering of this rollicking air. You will marvel at the new master's sweet-: >ness of. tone; his flerible, nsooant voice; his marvelous control his subtlff artistry. Hear Thttse Wonderful Selections Disajreemeul by the Jury In the case'of Ilex Vs. SfhwarLz, charged with bribery, resulted In the accused being ordered to report at the uext court of criminal Jurlsdfctlpu spring. The case had occupied a full the jury went oyt yesterday about four 6'dork, Shortlyi after- iv aril a they returned and the foremau anuoujict'd that Ihey bad four to two in fnvor of acquittal.' ilf. Justice Scot I told them been out but a sliort Ume and back (or a further hour's deHtigraUoii. At the end of the they stood five to acquittal, thus-necessitating a retrial ol the case. The famous case of Hex brothers, which resulted In a disagree- ment of the jury at the las{ assizes, was started this morning and Indica- tions arc i hat It will last a couple of days. Interesting Probably the moat Interesting case on the docket at the Supreme Court nssizes is that of Rex vs. Joe Schwartz of Milk Hiver. The evidence ia is that last July, 'Detective whose special duties aro among the alien 'enemy citizens, learned that banned German newspapers were In the-pbssession of Jos. Kolitur, a farmer of Hungarian birth residing near Milk Hiver. The result was, according to that Schivartz and KolUzar came to LetlibrJdge on Lobb's Jntliua- jtion that they had broken (he law, d on July 25th they suggested to bb that he square it for ,theni-for so that they would not have to pear in court as alien enemies caking the law with a possibility of erjimenl confronting them. rLobb them in the morning and in the .ernoon they went up Lobb's om at the barracks. Detective -31 c- ughlin was in the next room, and cording to evldeuce, he heard hivarU say to Lbbb, "Here's present. 1 hope you can fix it Schwartz was on the stand yester- y and ,'denled Jthat he or" Kol- ar had .suggested to ''Lobb that oney should be paid over and the se kept quiet' swore" that the ggestlon had first come from Lobb d that Kelilear was so scared that ve him, the money to VB to Lobo, who hart been friendly 'Schwartz (or a Y-oilple .of years, hwartz denied that! ho hid ever ade any remark about a present, but clared that Loub: had offered oim 0 or out of the fifty to his penses from Milk River. He ahp ated thai he and.Kolitzer were in obb's "room all afternoon: and that 12-inch A23371 10-inch- for llw Factotum-) From kitrt Hi Kknrdo Stnccori, baritoue. tbe dircctioo of Giorgio PoUcto. k G. Fnn- ch MacKJllra, yiodiisl. Pino raaart.' FntKii MX- Tamo A5981 12-inch c h The sincere sympathy of the dig- rlcl Is felt for Mr. and Mrs. W. C. iillcr of Brocket, fn their bereave- t nent'of losing their baby daughler.-i The little tot had been 111 for two i and passed away on Sunday morning. The little girl, was one year and three months and was :arrled to rest by four maidens. The funeral look place from St. 'ohn's church today at two o'clock. The service being conducted by Hev. A. C. McMichnel, assisted by Rev. laynes of BrockeE. Internment look place. In tho Church of England cem- etery. EXTRACTS Non-Alcoholic, Can be Sold Everywhere LETHBRIDOE MARVELS AT ASTOUNDING STORY people marvel at this story of- a business man: "I had to quit work because of a stomach catarrh Everything I ate fermented and sour- Oetltig AM no good. Finally I tried buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc. as mixed In Adler-l-hn. ONB SPOO.V Helped me INSTANTLY." lie- 'cause Ailler-i-ha the KNTIliK alhnenfiiry tract It. relieves ANY tfASB constipation, sour stonnch o gas linn prevents appendlcltfs: It ha: OUlCKEST action of anyfhlnj! wi 11. Klglnkolham ft-Co. JU' D.'siBlfcts Stuart's Condensed Pure Food Flavors The very best flavors on the market today are put up by C. HL Stuart A, originators and manufacturers of the can- ccntraterf Pure Food Flavors. Everybody has to flavor- wants So he sure you order Stuart's, it only requires a few to flavor your If grocer ,don't carry these flavors get them at Keith's, 603 Tfitrd Avenue S. received a report -from Provincial Government siat- Ing flavors contain no al- cohol, so can bo 'cold "every- where. Have Ydu Tried Eggnit? USE )0; PACKAGE AS DOZEN EGGS, AND MAKES COOO ON ALC.CLAIMS. ASK US FOR COCAL REFERENCES- J. H Keith AGENT FOR ALBERTA, 608 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;