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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TONIGHT AND TOMORROW V At The Morris Theatre TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Come The Hook Most of You Have 'Head, and see the Pictures 'Robin Hood' (Ill Three Keels) A. Delightful Attraction You will find the Theatre warm and cosy. "The Gift Centre Our reputation of presenting a peerless array of gift goods will be fully upheld this season Our lines of .Glass, Sterling Silver, Watches, Diamond and Pearl Jewelry, Ebony Goods. .Fountain Pens, Kings, Clocks, etc., is very., complete. Whether you wish an inexpensive or an ex- pensive'article, you are assured of courteous service and our willing assistance in the mat- ter of choice. E. A. Ewert Jeweller and Optician .Oliver Block Lellibrhlgc, AHa. IN SKATES SKATES to SUIT EVERYBODY ''BEST'VALUES1 to be HAD. Hockey Sticks STANDARD RELIABLE MAKES Steel Ankle Supports AND EVERYTHING FOR THE SKATER AND HOCKEY PLAYER Skates Sharpened Right D.LMacDonald Expert Locksmith and Gunsmith 412-5th St. .S. Phone 1032 MRSfNOWlLT FOUND 'LEGATEE OF QUANDOM LOVERS WILL COMPANIES INCREASING Dec. incorpor- ation by Federal letters increased from 544 to 656 in tile last fiscal year, according to the report of tile State department, tabled by Hon. M. Co- clerre today. The aggregate capital- isation was including secured by existing com- panies through supplementary powers. The revenue of tho department was London, Dec. solution In par came today o'' Jt mystery which hii been attracting great interest for week past W tne discovery of th body of Mrs. -N'owilt, 30 years of age who disappeared from a hotel at Quey, where she was staying wit! !ier mother. Another visitor at the hotel, Mi )clay, a retired Singapore lawyer who was on friendly terms with Mrs JowIIt, said he believc-d Ibe womai killed berself. Mr. Delay hanged him ilf after adding a codicil to his wil eaving to Mrs. Nowilt The law is clear on the point tha f a codicil 13 not in order then the egatee under the will inherits. If lie codicil is in order, another ques- ion arises: Did Mrs. Nowilt survive -Mr. De- Here again the law Is clear. If Mrs. Nowilt's death occurred .Pf'ay committed suicide, then ber heirs or next of kin In turn will In- herit the fortune. If she pre-decoased Delay the legacy lapses. At present tberc'is strong presump- tive evidence I'M Mrs. Nowllt's death occurred on jVovember 23, while Mr. Delay's death did not occur until the following night. Then Deliberated and Brought in Verdict for the Plaintiff Seven of (lie largest direct current dynamos ever built will be used [or producing at a plant in Eldorado, Kan., Dec. the first wonran's jury in a Kansas court if record enlorcil the jury room to icsin its duties, the twelve paused, a rifle uncertain as to Hie first move. I believe we shoulil one uror said. So the twelve women rors bowed heads in silent prayer, 'hi! jury then organized electing Miss lattie E. Riley, its oldest member, fote woman" and plunged into a isC'JEsion. "H seems as if all the 12 women talking at one of the irors confessed, "hut we were ter- ,hly in earnest. We had respected in judge's and lor three ays wo had not spoken a word lout the case, so naturally there as a good deal to be said." The, case went Mo tile jury at 8 'clock. Exactly three hours later the 2 women, escorted by a woman liail- returned to the court room- with 10 verdict, which awarded tho plain- ff damagrs, Hie verdict teing' ascd upon the alleged inisrepresentrj- on of tile title to a quarter section of land. A year ago the same case was tried before a jury of nvcn who' were unable to agree ou a verdict. "I do not regret my experience, iorj there is a valuable lesson in jury ser-1 Mrs. A.. 0. Owlcske, one of Ilia' jurors, exclaimed. j "It should be a cure for forming opinions and snap judgments. I lieve any woman who has felt the tremendous responsibility of the jury' box will afterwards in other matters Complete of Program 'The Vintriloqilst's Trunk1 Featuring Funny John Bunny, "THE PHAT- MAN" "I Coquette" A New Drama, -Replete _ Novelty "Twins" An Uproarloui, Riotous Comedy, A Sure-Fire Laugh Getter "Warwick Weekly Gazette" Latest World's Newt In Motion FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DEC. 13th and 14ih THE WILD ANIMAL SENSA- TION 'The Lion's Revenge" Yes, we are still boosting it; for It's a production worth talk- ing about. We are going to keep "ding-donging" about it. until Friday and Saturday, Dec 13th and 14th. After Friday, we wcn't need to say a word, I'br it will advertise itself. Wo DON'T say "Do your Christinas Shop- ping but we DO 'Come to see this feature early" or you wilMlkely miss your chance to get into the theatre. LONDON MERCHANTS ARE OP- POSED TO INNOVATION START- ED IN PARIS be inclined to withhold judgment un- til all the evidence is London, Dec. 3. Proprietors of the big dry goods firms in London, while all the evidence is interested in the proposal of the Sa- "No jury ever showed truer appro- "uiratins and other department stores ciation of its said in Paris to open on. Sunday, say that Imlgc M. IJ. Aikmnn, who summoned such change here is an impossibility. Koblnsou, the first woman's jury and who has II. S. Nobes, of Peterson been a district judge for 12 yoais. Limited, said: Judge Amman, has supported wo- lllan nor h f men s suftnigc for many years. overworked. I believe not onlv in DEAL IN CALGARY REALTY Calgary, Dec. is believed bo the biggest single deal In Cal- iry real estate will likely 'he put through by the London office of the Uliancc Investment Co., Calgary. Th. company'expects to close a deal for Hast Calgary property. Negotiations with English capital- sts for the consummation of the deal lave been carried on for some time, ml it is practically assured that the cal will be made this month. Tenta. ive agreements have been reached, ilit further negotiations arc necessary iefore the transfer is made. shops closing on Sunday, hut the Sat- urday half holiday must not be cur- tailed." Gordon Selfridge said: "Of course, the continental Sunday is different, from the Sunday here but J do not 'believe there is a permanent need for to opei ill Paris or anywhere else. However I am in favor of making the day more agreeable here, as Sundays are very dull in England." j. Emery of Swan and Edgar, 10 BE WJP Running Freight Car Robbers to Earth at Chicago Big Merchants Implicated Chicago, Dec. and irrcsts of more than a score of per- ona In Chicago and the middle west are expected soon to follow the arrest Dr. Nicholas H. Kern, Dr. Edward 3. Sfalhuttc and two alleged accom- llces, charged with being members f the largest band of thieves ev.CT rganized In tills section of the cotra- ry. It developed today that every ullroail entering Chicago had been lie victim of systematic theft of goods freight cars. At loast one large epartment store In Chicago and many mailer merchants and commission ion are expected to bo drawn into le case as receivers or purchasers f the stolen goods, innocently or therwise. Twelve men In Chicago are under irveillance and operatives in St. onis; SIo., East St. Louis, 111., Cin- cinnati, Detroit, Sioux City, Memphis, Pittsburg and other cities have at least fifty more persons under watch vho may be arrested at any mo- ment, according to Investigators for tile railroads. The railroad losses arc estimated to have reached more than Among the stolen articles fine cigars are reported to have been sold to one Chicago department store. Detectives have a stub and leaf from the ledger of another merchant show- tag the purchase of cigars from I Dr. Kern. An alleged communication I from Kern to another customer in which the doctor said that ho feared detectives had suspicions of their dealings, hut "not to be also is in the Investigators' hands, kern and Stalhutte have been suspected for nearly a year, It was learned to- day. They have been under observa- tion since last July, when they came To the Electors of the City ofLethbridge i I am offering myself ris a cnntlidnto for al- del-manic honors in the forthcoming muni- cipal election for these reasons: I nin an absolute believer in the straight commission form of government, with the initiative, referendum and recall. I am convinced that the ap- pointment of an independent board of police commissioners is an immediate and absolute necessity in this city. In my judgment the most important work for the council of 1913, will be the carrying out of the above named reforms. Generally, if elected I shall serve the interests of the citi- zens with as much energy and intelligence as I apply to my own business. If this statement of my views and position appeals to your good judgment I ask for your support in my campaign and your vote on election day. L. ASQUITH to the city and set up their elaborate establishment In a residence section he city. MUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDEL10) Sreat Comedy Program at Starland An entire change of program will e shown at Star-land today, the new being mainly composed of com1 Foremost is another of th irthful John Bunny comedies, entriloqnist.'s in which th ippy fat Bunny appears to great at go. "TVins" is the title of ai her highly amusing film, n spright comedy of uproarious complication, ie dramatic offering 'will be "i estem a powerful storj western life, enacted by a.splendiri mpany. With the latest eekly Gazette completing the pro mi the entire hill is brought well the usual Starland standard of ex lenco. Special attention is being given to tho forthcoming presentation of the enormous wild animal spectacle "The W said: "If we made a suggestion of open- ing Sundays we would lose half at least of our customers." The foregoing imorviews represent the views of Marshall Snelgrove, Dickens Jones and other hig firms j here. Have Your Christnias Photos Made By LaFeitz All the neweit stylet and fads in photography Sludio over Good Company's grocery JURY LET HIM OFF IN RECOGNI- TION OF THE UNWRITTEN LAW this romance be had bis wife sent to a sanitarium very early In November, but on November 9, she evaded her nurse, went to Fort Worth, and there met Bo.vce. She fled with him to Ca- nada. They were arrested in WInni peg. On learning of this. Sneed wen there, claimed his wife, and took iiei to Minneapolis. Boyce, ordered de portEti from Canada, returned to Tex Hamilton, Ontario, railway men are negotiating for a 30 ,per cent, increase In "wages. Philadelphia's school authorities have proposed that teachers in future be engaged on probation lor five years. iVh.lney, N.C., which is expected to Lioil's turn oiit tons of the metal s a feature of a like easily nature GO TO THE International Cafe 308-5th Street South For your Fruit, Candies, Cigars and Meals. Oafe now open under new management. Bpst meals in town for the money. Gome .and give us a trial If we pleaso you, tell If we don't please us! Our Motto: "Quality and Quantity." Try our Suruinv Dinners, strii-ilv'" hi carte. rilEODORF. A. G. MILLS, Proprielor Manager. ever show-it here before. The of Friday and Saturday, Dec. 1.1 and M, have been selected by the manage- ment for the showing of this tremen- dous feature. At the Morris This r.onifO'rtablo and cosy theatre was practically full last night to wit- ness the performance of the Pan-Am- erican Singers. This troupe of color- ed people have every reason to feel satisfied with Ihelr visit to Lelh- bridge, if the applause which was glv- Mac- donald Ward H. Crowe Ward bert Gray Ward William R. Milton Ward Smith, T. D. Feriey, Thomas Fairbairn, A. Skalatar, Rich- ard A. Rigg, John G. Kimmel; Ward G. Munroo Ward J. Long, George T. Hoycs. For school Burrltt. W. .1. Bulman Ward Alister Ward A. McKercher, (acclama- Ward H. Ktiox Ward H. Brown, Robert T. Henderson. Excursions To Europe WHITE DOMINION LARGEST In connection with special rates on the railways ,Nov. 7 to Dec. Prom Date S3. Liurentlc Portland Dec. 7 SS. Laurentlc Halifax Dec. 8 SS. Teutonic Portland Deo. 14 SS. Teutonic Halifax Deo. 15 SS. Canada......Portland Dec. 21 SS. Canada......Hallfai 22 Travel by the "Laurentlc" or gaiulc" the largest and or by Che one-cUit (II) cabin Largi md ast. Excursion Rates Vlso from New York by White Star services to Liverpool or Sonthamp- on; American Line to Sonthauip- on; Atlantic Transport Line to Condon; Red Star Line to Dover nd Antwerp; from Boston via JVhite Star and Loyl.nd Llnet to ilverpool. Also sailing via one port and urning via another. Apply for particulars to nearest allway or SS. agent, or W. M. Mc- jeod, Can. Western Pasaenger Ast 33 Main Street, Winnipeg. Canadian Pacific Railway Home Visitors' Excursions United States Points Return Fare from Minneapolis or St. Paul DulutU Chicago, Kansas City CORRESPONDING FARES TO MANY OTHER POINTS. TICKETS ON SALE DECEMBER 1st to 31st, 1912. RETURN LIMIT THREE MONTHS FROM DATE OF ISSUE. For further particulars call on S. B. Mitchell, Ticket Agent, Lethbridge, or wrue to R. G. McNEILLIE, District Pasaenger Agent, Calgary. ;