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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta i THE LETHBWOGE DAILY HBRAID ND SKl'TEMBEH 'At, I'JUl p .K ip mini mm DffMPIISMABEIOSEIZE ITCIiyiLBEBLOTOOMS liebalt IB Alalian [tor Austria. iint _. i Ihe lops ot ibp AJrw. our Datura! fron- Tittom .Pleads w, ire th. 1'nitv With Allies, irium brothers." Retsrrhn to Asll wld: "ThU problua will for the raus', at' the cad ol Ocio- In will Minister TUldni. In ite 'fcurte wkslhtr will -V" coV.d bVnile the WaiU.ii 1 tloillUt. stronliy ciltklrwl he The'torelth minuter [one over rsfjrred 10 as lie submUiIre attitude Vo'inVt ot lie IlallM adenlton at the udopl sn altitude of connv-omUe word, so ibil he reianbled another while France and Grrtt Britain illjnre. "not between Iwo but amoni tad llalr c{ tisir icppnrl. llhree Ihleiei." ibsy had gcrinj beyiVid tbe -No will bo which point 'n which they would ha.Va not Include Ike Into conllicl with Vresident l-concluded Tte foreign minister continued: I Tna Soclallits interrupted with "I sbonlJ be a f.-ailor If I dli oi'i of "Itlly doss not want another war.' retommend Ihe avoidance ot ccura! "The soliSteri will desert." which would put Italy into open Oil Deputy Rnienelo Chiusa. ivho hn poi'tion to the react con'erenco. relumed from visit to Flume. "11 i! indispensable that llslv be, -followed with a :ierr adrocai- united in accord with her allies. Thei ln[ lha annellllon cit Ftume. alliance formed (or the must I Deputy Chlui read to the dumber continue during Ibe peace." Jl'be muiatw of a conversion bo Speaking oPIlalv's Tomer enemies, COULD HOI STOP -IWe Fm FrsJI Jites 112 ST., Sr. JOHB. N.B. "I ffel I tell TOU of .hi bfaefU t hiTfl rfcelvtd your vouJerM ictdlcine, I lute sufferer Tor from I'itltttt tad eoiiM gpt DO perDJtnpnl relief. A lo Trull- A-tiTrt' kad '1 did to with grrtt tad nor I eatinly of HaftdachcB, to your did MRS. ALEXAXDER SHAW. fOc, j boi, C SOT tritl s'jf At tU dnlen tent on receipt of price, postpaid, by Ltmiled, ho, wish a democratic rerolut'on to occur in Gormany to otliierate any remains ol Prussian mU.ladsm: Hungary anil Bulgaria to be- come element of Ibe and equi- librium of Europe, while as Jail Was Set on Riddkd By Over Thousand Bullets MESSAGE TO WORKING WOMEN Laurel, "JughL vein ago I Vms suffering with paioj and weakness -caused bv a female Ihadhead- j do my wort part F the time. Vege- table Compound iris to'me I took twelve UboUlMof it.uidmy UL ilthbM been good iince- I ira Imtle to ran the ma- chine and do dresj- -.__my hoastworlr. You mt nbnty to publish my letter if it will jtkne poor snfTeringTTomati." J.C. SAKTOUS, OMAHA. 9epL sev- eral houri during lait night's Mayor Smith was threatened will, Urea of more than 1PC prisoners in the county jail were en daggered by He flames iu (he lower fc-ers of the building. It was flna'lly lo ienil them all to the root Clarfc stood off the angry mob im'i! the flames caused the prisoners tr-.CK'Felves to lake action. They at first decided among theoifelres (o negro from the- roof to the pavement below and leave him Lo the destruction ol the mob. 1C was at this moment that the mob gained entrance lo the building pushed past Sheriff Clark .and his Deputies and forced their way into ike cell corridor. Here it was that (he negro was turned over lo them. Throwing a rope around his numbering about dragged him through tho building to the slrec-i- TVhen they appeared at Ihe Harney entrance to the court house they were greeted by a howling mob at thousands. Brown was probably dead before bis [oroi was strung to the light pole. Two bullets were fired into his body as he was dragged through Ihe crowd. lie CANADIANS jiAVE GREAIOPilUNIIY Ortr Kivf Milliou Doll are Worth Of Fruit Imported Anvvil- U From SUtei a Tigorouj plea mrnt of the frult-crowtv tedntry la Mr. G. W.'Edliv. writing ID the. rmrmw'i declares thai the deTvlopowat ol Indostry fniil RTOWCII hara suddenly thai vhat vu a hobfc; !B DOV a crvat Dittoes! usel o( nnlo.'d roromfcrclj] ralue. rociends probably no other agricultural Ii lo rwrh luch and Important level (bat "it {3 a ol fnilt be tin. "thai (be farmeri o' Ontario are not ate to one o( Ihe golden ODjwrtualUai of (he when ihey to plant new orchards each year or care for they already Little more rhan one-third of the (rail canned In the Dominion Is About fifty Ihous- bnsDela ot patrt aloao will be Im- ported'Into Canada From as far west ai the State of Washington Ibis year. so that ibe orders ot the canneries can be filled. H would appear lhat there Is nothing short or criminal, short- i on the part of lo allow such B. sla'.c ot Affairs to exist lone. ".Nine times out o( ten, when one tt cno of strawberry or preserves from the Canadian factory, fruit hai rome from or some of Ihe oihv E-outbern sUtes. Thouiuidt ol Ions ol arc Turlj Imported iLw Cwjauu Twr Inj purpotes. (or la.6 tceDe of (he tout hern crop4 aj lo on the cround Mhen fruit la at Id Pter- lime the q ran of ihlj rnlt pftjs for trlpi of the Cinnerr buytrs, w well as tbe duty on the foods aad tbo eiccas prk'e hlch Buch forelKQ bMlunik brlnr. As as. flO per crate paid thli TCU for ttmikberrlfca loi- A fyrtber lo jrult growing Is prorldtd ID the energetic campaign now being conducted for public sun- port of the home market. The Can- adian Tradft receally made a, parllcular la the ivoeieu of Canada (o iuppor( home In doln( 10 It submitted a )Ui of coiuwndltlea Imported Into Canada from Ibe United Kiatej. tollowlnc: Green applet 6S5.000 Plums and prunes Cranbcrrlea Grapes Peaches................. 49S.OOO aprlcota, peari. etc. .531.000 Bprrlea (Llackbarrlea, etc.) Cherries Tolal Dr. G. n. Miller, Siayner. has been appointed associate coroner for Situ- Courtrjflit Trill Tote DD a by-law to cpend on their waterworks on October I. x 'BRcal Seville Orange Marmalade of women drag along from fay lo day in JUST, such miserable con- nMwu Mrs, rjff from irrefDiaritiea, in ItammationT ulceraUoTj, backache, side- acfie, beadacbe, cr "the blues." '''Each women should profit by Mrs. roo b oot. BUI! herb remedy, Lydia E. Fink- .amT5 Vegetable Coiapound, and find relief fram tlieir sufferinpa eht did. suegsstioi.a in regard lo ailmenl write Lydia E. FinVham Therjefuitof their long nutrienceiiat, jour lervice. iccurred in Paris to the of A Tmer Orlando, between Wilson and Andrew Ossoi- Dich, deputy for Ffume, In whicli; Wl'.soo ivts quoted as ctat- Ini that there Tvaa no question of Flu Tie belonging ID JugoSJana, but thai; It would ser.-e tbi countries need- Inpr' it. as AD outlet to Ibe Adriatic and renter such a service belter -'being 3. free city -with Its ei- met by tbe countries making use of it. I City la Mined I "illume is continued Chiesa, 'harbor is mined; its historic I Hs city hall are mined; bc- 'churches are mined, and oil iti liouses.'y If any domliiiou dares im- pose iintlf upou the city except that ot- It will nol find a town, but a'beap The sail! the EOTernment .and lie supreme nrmj1 commancj I should ha-re prercnled lie 4on p. decision 'of (lie Inter-ullieil military commfssion, in vhlch Geu. Robilant, in commaQd. ot the Italian forces alonj Ihe frontier.; bad approved, as "anti- pttrtoiic." He declared Uial Juso-SIevs had prepared (on an invasion of Fiume and that on 19 Ihf.vhfcsan to march i was never Cutler a word ami toward it. I was D0t given an opportunity to speak- before being stretched full length before tbe gaie of thousands, body was m.utilateri'beyonil recog- nition. Iltdoled by a. thousand bullets it was placed over a fire ol, tarred fag- gots. H was not permitted lo remain there- long, however, and was soon bo ng dragged through.the streets at the end of a rope pulled bv 50 members of the mob. This spectacle did r.cl osd until late in the morning hours-irhen what remained of the-body was hung to a ,trolley pole at one of the most important down town intersections. The arrival of tbe federal troops caus- ed a dispersal of (he mob. "This could not be he continued. "I solemnly declare that the raid was decided upon solely bjr the soldiers who had been forced to leaYe-Fiume'and insisted upon reluru- ing to defend it. D'Annuorio only put himself at iheir bead.'1 The entire chamber, with the.excep- tion of the Socialists, members of the cabinet and the tribunes, arose at Ibis acd stood crying out vivas for Ihe soldiers and Jor Flumi. Theodore P. Shonls, president ol the Inlerhorough Rapid Transit Co., at New. York, is dead.' Baby Loves It Il'i to brinp DP Ji wilU-ot TALCUM POWDER. It reliern cnoli Ki> tcncfcr iXlD. 11 MftlM him "eOBli" iora il'i MENSEN'3 JDU Ifj VANCOUVER, Sept. 53 -The Prince wblsk t port or Wales left Ihe Pacific coast this mornicB and started taslward after a stay ot eiititdays in Vancouver and on Vancouver Ulami. The pripce came Ironr Victoria r.nd (the cily during the forenooD on hia way to XeV irhero be was lo jopen forraallj-lbc annual lair. During tbe rnUe Jnve he received addresses and enihuEiaslJc -a-clcomes from the i residents ot Hie municipalities ot South Vancouver and I The roral city ot-New Westminsler was gaily decoTated anil clahorate plans had been nrnde for the function. Later in the nee'J the Duke o[ jhirc Is to ?isil the cihlbilion. Riler. St. Thomas, was nnea 5203 and S41 costs for selling CHAIN STOCKS CURE THE HEADACHE FOHT WrUJAM; Onl.. Sept. iThc lolloirlns slatement o[ itochs In Btcre In public terminal elevators at Fort Willlim ani Port Arthur on wUh rcceipUl and shipment] during I the laat'Veek, wart Issued by the board oC grain commlssioDcrs (or Canada on Saturday as follows: Blocks in store: Wheat .............V. Oats ....y. Don't Endure it. That heirUcht in. I rtnralgis ..ttm to IK gelling chionic. Kvcry clay or 10, you are Ijothcrnl. (let Dominion B. Oomitiion Uromidc Quinine TahMf. 'J Dominion C. H. Q. will get to irorV .1 easingllit nJncinglhe it (tier, rloningout Iht giving ,chirice (6 nioforce her if noffliniofl C. B. Q. is miit by lira Nalionil Drer Co. ci Cintda, I.imiltcl, i htrinsic. worth of thii >n, Ot boi nnd conbit discuM btfote brcomt Hn'oui. M all U the ttd Box. WHEN USING WILSON'S FLY PADS 'Best of U Fly Kilters Ite per Picket it Drngfista, Grocers General mmm Darlcy Flaj ...iU that Cold DOMimiON C. B. Q, Ilece'tpts: Wheat Oats njrley Flai Rye Shipments, lake: Wheat OalJ narley Flax and rye Shipments, rail: Wheat Oats Barley Flax nye 541.896 285.623 283.UG 3.S73 2H.S2.1 C3.T45 84.332 21.820 causingpthcr ail WHY THIS RAID; NE1V YOI1K. Sept. houses and restaurants on the cast side were raided by a polled Inspector nnd a squad of detectives early yes- terday and (or.nn imtiplilneii reason, but to far as could be learned no ar- rests were made. Chairs, tables, and clecfrirt lights were wrecked and patrons rirlvtft fnto tbfl atittti In of placet, r UewareoIgurntentlemesathiitwaTns of Pyorrhca. Four out of five people over forty have Pyorrhti manyun-