Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
K TWELVE I ISAU AT I DARMOODY, SASK. i, E JAW. Si'i't. stores 1 nl Dareioody, 4i> miles wast'01 here on liralid Trunk Pacific, 'were ooiup'tlely destroyed by fire last 1 yn.r buikiinps in but! ness mtiou of the lov.-n had narrow j ercuiier; Juhnsoc's stor-? and UroNi: Hros.' hariU'are store were ile- The was not cov. ered.liy insurance, and in the latter to MSe loss will bo about JIO.OOO. Ball Player Admits liig Chunk. wnb IWw iusuriuce. The high wind Of Monev eft linear lvl'llh u" l'ausei1 ui I.eu unaer !iarruv.. to other buildings in His Pillow 1 ite town. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD CHICAGO, Sept. Cl- coth; confessed that ha ect the iJtal by which -ne White Sox lost last year's world scrfti, an official of the court announced this afternoon. The details of Clcotte's confes. Mon follow closely the story tolo in Philadelphia last night b> Haharg. former prize fight- er, It was said. Cicotte told the grand jury that he received for his part In losing the series. He never caw the man who paid tht money, he He wss 'told he would find _the under his pillow iiulcr un Liic mtfnr. bciore the first game at Cincinnati and returned to his rcJom the money was there. Joe Jackson received Like Cicotte, he found the money in his bed when he returned to his room on the night before the first game. H. K t NATIONAL LEAGUE j l-'irst R. 'ritlsbars 0 2 4 Coouer and Kller laud liarlden. KA.N" FRAKCISCO. Sept. at Ihe refineries was brought to the New York price oIJU.OO a hundred weight hoie today, marking a decline of Jl.OO in two days. The retail price for the new allotments should be 17 cents per pound here. The falling of sugar quota tlons was given as the reason for the decline. The Hawaiian raw quotation now Is 510.78 a hundredweight. Further declines ma.' be looked for the refineries announced. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1920 AMERICAN LEAGUE Kirsl game: R. H. E. 3 S 2 Boston 5 12 0 Shaw and Charrity; Penuock and Schang. Second game: R. H. K. 'Washington........... 7 13 1 Boston 11 1 reme Court, he alleges that" Mrs. tomeo has eloped four times since last lanuary. Wan Li, owner of the Shanghai Tea Company, with stores throughout the country, received a telephone call telling him there was a baby on his doorstep. He and his wife went to the froat door anil found the baby in a basket. The telephone rang again, and a tearful woman, who said she wns an Italian, asked [horn it they would adopt the baby, and ihey prom- ised to do 60. Today they went through the legal teremony which makes the chiid-their own. After the christening there will be an elaborate banquet "in one of the blg.Ohow. Meln parlors in honor of Shirley Constance LI. 1INETY STOWAWAYS AWAIT DEPORTATION NEW ileamer which arrives from Europe irings new members for the "Stow- iways' Club" at Ellis Island. There ire now some ninety stowaways at tho Icieniion quarters there awaiting do- lortation. TOGETRIDOFRAIS Estimated That There Are Over Eight Million in The City of Fashion PAFUS, Sept. _. to a anish his been declared against the rat by the Hygiene Commission of Paris. The coramilki-a was aghast to learn from a report read 'to It by Professor Bordas, thai there were rats In the city. The extermination of the rats is to accomplished by alt the known In rat warfare, and the cam- paign will be both offensive and 'ensive. The offensive weapon! an Use of. bacterial products or daarlly microbes likely to cause among the rats, poisons, asphyxiating gases in the sewers for.aeveral at a lime repeated at interval! and traps. In this connection PvofMtm Bordu warns rat trappers not-to nake be- 'ore setting their traaa at rat lolds tobacco In abhorrence. .4 prem- ium ot two EOUB Is to be paid tor each rat killed by The defensive campaign win be con- ducted by rat proofing and by setting the garbage cans OB the sidewalks only a few mlciitei to the arrival ot the garbage auto- mobiles, eo that rats cannot feed on Iheir contents over sight. Many pessimistic voices wore heard n the Hygiene commission as to tia chances of success In ridding Paris of the rat nuisance, etpeoally after Bordas had explained that he Paris rat cnnld bout cf a family .ree dating back to the early centur- ies of the Christian era, having eiil- jrated to France from the Near East with the early Crusaders. 'Snch aristocrats are bound to pot up a stiff fight for their said a humorous member of the com- mission. CALL OFFICIALS OF TORONTO ARBITRARY KINGSTON, SenL King- ston branch of the Irish Self-Deter- mination League ot Canada has pass- ed a resolution protesting against the "arbitrary action" of the mayor and civic officials of Toronto in bazinlng the projected Irish convention scheduled to meet in that city In the near future. AVOID ALUM IN FOOD Baking Powder is one of the most important food ingredients. Alum or other mfurious acids are frequently used by some concerns to lower the cost o! production. MAGIC BAKING POWDER No Alum It is o, pure phosphate baking powder and is guaranteed to bethe best, purest and most health- ful baking powder possible to produce. W. Matthew Williams. In "Chemistry of saysi "Phosphates are the bone- making material of food and have something to do with building up of brain and nervous Made in Canada WATERWAYS COMMISSION TO RESUMI OTTAWA, Sept. was made to- day that the International Joint com- mittee on watepraya will ts autumn hearings with sittings at Montreal on October 8 Mid 9. Further sittings will take place at Brockrille on October 11, Kingston October 1J and Toronto on October 13 and 14. The clriet matter that will the attention of the commUslop tbia autumn will he the continuation ot tho St. Lawrence Navigation and Ptnrar company whkt has the contract for development of power on the sections of Lake gfperjor. LYE WATER BARRAGE SALUTED POLICE; ONE OFF.ICES'S EYES HURT Mahoney, deputy constable, .may lose his eye-sight, phy- sicians declare, as a result of injuries- received yesterday when Mrs. Eliza- betn- on whom lie alternat- ing to aervo a summons here, dashed a pan of lye water In his face. Four jolher officers were seTerc-ly burned by the solution. j Reinforced by four, policemen, the officers crashed through the door of Mrs. Mahon's house. receive another drenching of lye water. She was subdued and a revolver taken I from her. Sirs. .Mahon Is said to be mentally jderansed. Four tuba of lye water were found in her home.' She was ukon to police headquarters, where ;she is being held pending Investiga- tion. IDENTIFY BANDIT Sept. po- llco have identified the second bandit, killed Saturday near Tlsdalc, by a police posse, aa Tony Want, accord- ing to information given out today by Col. J. 0. Hattray, commissioner of the Manitoba provincial pollen. He was a young foreigner of tho Glendslo dis- trict, where, !he whole four originally oainc from. REPORT SURPLUS OF MERCHANT TONNAGE WARI1INOTON.-A report from the I'.H. Consul In I.ondrm says that with volume of available merchant tonnage becoming larger and larger, and the cnartorliiR orders morn and moro re- Drifted, "it Is fnat becoming a serious problem for Urlttsh shipowners to find remunerative employment for their steamers. SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION FOR NEWLY ENFRANCHISED WOMEN ASItUIiy i-AHK, N.J.-A nchool for Inslrucllon of nnwly enfranchised wo- men In the art of successtsl political rnmpniKning has been opened hero. The course Includes campaign meth- ods, "ihp proper to approach vot- and mthotls of "stump and the mc-lhorts of stump orators" The sdinol will tin run under the aus- ricos of tho party. NOT MUCH HOPS FOR SEARCHERS AFTER BURIED SILVER GAL-VESTONY Teacis, Sept. burlca silver on the mainland opposite Pets Island, IS miles Ot Corpun Christl, Tex., probably doonied to disat- polntmeat. In tka opialoa oJ Pr. J. 0. Dyer, a local writw on historical and scientific subjects. The rush of treas- ure seekers wfth discovery rtcf ntly ot S5 (keletons, popoltrty be- lieved by many to be thow of turn- bers ot of i. Spanish treann thlj) which off the Teru coast early In No. record it available iny inch The of a lu ths of tW baarbn of tke coaitat couatry, Dr. Drcr poJsts a not over 40 He njt alto tnuum troa Mlco to Spate dlKoatiaMd al- ter 1810, partly becatue.of On actM-i ties of Jean LaOHe's cnt ol Even before that time the gaularda to avoid from aad fleet of bocaiew- Ing aad H trans- psisd lea ;hM M taai ot sflrw bel Uo.n i2 _ i troy poaotl. .Tie rnoet vahubte ot Ml Laate'( yrisM, tba etrrlila, canted only I1W.OOO in capUred tnanre, acort- ag to the reconU extant, waa borted n three cachet. TWO of thtM wen .ocsted on OalTaaton Iiland aed tie -hlrd on a Bmatl laland to the whlca was washed away dnrins a storm tn There have been many reports' of he discovery on this coast of caciei of coin or cherts from trading ships containing from to yon can't get in here. Dont you know that we are still at war! The Senate has never ratified Peaoe Treaty." This was told a larty of tcarbtt who tried to enter the White Roan lot by one of ft pollee- on nud there. KILL THE FAIR EUMONTOX. Sept. wiling of fivs additional witnesses tnl8 morning the crown closed iu caw teainst Sadie, Jtckwo etsrzed .with tie ot Ler hus. band, Hughlo Jactson, at Swah IHver on lut Christmas Day. The whole :euor of the the variout witnesses, including Dora Beatrice Stevenson, the 15-yearold daughter of Mrs. Jackson, who star- led toe court by her cool statement of the facts leading up to and indui- ng the murder of her stepfather by >er mother. Indicates that a plea for the TOBian's We to the Jury will bo aloag lines of The child told of the flrai plan to kill her busbtnd with a hammer and then of tie deci- sion to un a ahotgun, the child tell tha that "mother did not k im couii iii.iiartt enough to Ml." Comae! for the defense tnti mated today .that wished to have aooutd examined, as to har cau- ity. Tie caw for lha defense will open at 1 o'clock this afternoon, NOTHING NEW ABOUT SMALL AT TORONTO .TORONTO, police bad heard nothing up to noon today ot tkt allacad new developoisnti in "tie Ambrow J. Small disappearance cam report that Chicago police bad dis- covered a new trial which they expect- ed to-lead to the innvBlmwt o? the mjwc within hoar, was new. to Foronto police officials who stated had received BO notification from to .fleet. They also stated that there an BO new develop- ments In case at tils end. MAYOR OF VERSAILLES GETS INTO TROUBLE PARIS, Sept. Irish. Kein fepublic has bee'n "recognUed" by the Mayor at Ver- sa but the recojnlrer is tn dang- of losJos'hiB Job. It happened in the course uf a re- cent centenary, celebration. Among the foreigners -who placed wreaths and delivered. before the statute of General Uoche was au en- voy from 4-country which has been mentioned' guile frequently in de- spatches lately as the "de jure" Irish republic. The mayor replied .irlth great enthusiasm to the Sinn Felcer's OMtloiVvlaucjlng new republic" whlch'.had-grown out of the war. The Britlth embassy at Perls pro- tesled-.to. the'Qual d'Orsay aud the mayor has beesristed tr> brush up in his and explain hov It I happens that he Is unaware that Ira- i land is still a part of the friendly British Empire. INDIAN WAR MOTHERS INDIANAPOLIS. aw ofQcers of the first chapter of Amor Icau ludlau War Slothers, .viiscu has Just beeu orgauized: .Mrs. Kear GhoBt; Secretary. Mrs Two Bears; Treasurer, .Mrs. Fast Horse. QUARTER OF A MILLION FOR ACT OF KINDNESS PKTERSBUHO. years ago Captain W. Benjamin Divif was In San Diego ttnd happened ta be a car from which a wouisn slippeil anil Injurud herself. 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