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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Becelabor 15.1910. CANADIAN PACIFIC Christmas AND New Year Holidays PAKE 1 For the Bound Trip Between all stations on the Main Line, Port Arthur to Vancouver and 'intermediate branch lines. Tickets on sale .December 22, 1910 to January 2, 1911, final return 5, 1911. For further particulars apply to S. B. MITCHELL Ticket Agent WEEDMAJRK WAS HANGED Attributed His Crime to Whisker-Strangled His Wife THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Canadian Pacific Railway Lethbridge, _ Alta. CANADIAN PXVGIFIC ArtN'UAU EASTERN CANADA Excursions Low Round Trip Rates to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces j Tickets on sale December .Decem- ber 31, inclusive; good to return within .three months. Tickets issued, in. conection with At- lantic Steamships will be on sale from NOT -il and limited to five months .from 'date of iss.ue. Finest eqjiiipnient.'. Standard First .Class and, Tourist Sleeping Cars and Cars OB all Through Trains. Observation Out., Dec. Weed- mark was this morn- ing for strangling his wife at Smith's Life was extinct in liy> min utes. Hangman Ellis officiated, as sis ted by Graham, of Toronto. Weed mark made a long confession to hi spiritual adviser, in'which he'attrib uted his trouble to Avhiskey. Drink, he said, was the cause of th. Quarrel he had with his wife. He ad mitted that his sentence'was just, DU seemed terribly cut up at the disgrae his crime aud the penalty inflicts on his innocent children. He was vis ited for the last time yesterday by his daughters, one a tot of six years, who climbed on his knee, arid asked, "Why don't you come home with The old man burst, into tears., He awoke this morning, and dressed himself carefully in his best clothes Before the returned thanks to his guards and others who had shown him consideration. The story of his crime is likely to have considerable effect in-, the local op- tion contest to take-place here in Jan- POLICE OFFICERS WERE ARRESTED TORONTO'S FAMOUS HOTEL Not a dollar or an idea has been spared fco put the WHLKER HOUSE, Toronto, in the veru first .rank of hotels in the Dominion of Canada. American and European Plans., Amer-caa Plan a day and up. GEO. WRIGHT AN-O MACK CARROLL of NEWSPAPER AT COUTTS AND SWEET GRASS f HE "TORONTO EXPRESS" Bismarck, N. D., Dec. of Police Charles Reynolds, of Jlandan, has been arrested and bound over to the fall term of the court of Morton county on a charge -of bribery. pat McGiilie, of the same city, police com- missioner, has been arrested, charged wJth allowing a blind ;pig to run in a Duilding owned by arid a warrant been sworn out for the arrest'of Sheriff Olson of Morton county char- ed with, the same offence. All of the cases; it -is understood, are a result of Sweet Grass, Dee. F. E. airbanks, of. the Warner Record, the only newspaper of the jnew Alberta town.of. Warner, Grass yesterday, making- arrangements for tne establishment here of a local news paper, to be known by the name of Tne International. The plans 'are so' fully made that the date of the first been set for Thursday Courts (Alberta) ,and Sweet Grass (Montana) will receive same amount of space in the UNIVERSITY With tne approach of .the Christma examinations, and the holffing of th AJma Mater elections -and numerous important lectures.. and debates past week has" been a- particularlj busy one for the The elec tion took ,and resulted as follows: President, E..L. Bruce, TB V. Copper Cliff, vice-pre- sident, J. E. Carmichael? B. Sc., King- second vice-president, ;-W. J. Lamb, M. A., Walker ton; critic, W. M. Goodwin, B.A, Kingston; Hugh. Young Renfrew; secre- tary, Hugh Breton; asst... secretary, Roger F. Clarke, Woodstock; coaimitteemen, R. V. Brockville; J. "C.' Smith, '.Weyburn, Sask.; j'.' H.''Ramsay, 'Otta- wa; The election was a Keen one throughout, nearly all the students voted and "the majorities, were small in .most cases. The first .two of the inter-university debates'were held on "Dec.-1st -The I; team, debated. against Queen's representatives in Convocation Hall, on the subject of Reciprocity with, the United States. Four splendid speech- es were: given on the'-subject ancL-the; Queen's team won by a narrow margin The next debate', will be 'held in -Jan- uary nest .between Queen's and'the winners of the Toronto-Ottawa .de- TO-NIGHT (Conservatory Concert Orchestra Last Sunday's afternoon service was conducted by ProfessbrS Jackson, "ol victoria College, Toronto. Convoca- tion filied doors to hear; the well-known author and reacher. The Central. Asso of Queen's held" re- week. Representatives, from McGili, of week. of the paper, so. that the pub- lication will undoubtedly receive a and sors the and Campbell and Laird went from Queen's. Rev; James 'Wai iace, or-Lindsay, was chosen president for the coming year and it decid- ed to hold the next, reunion in'jXind- say. THURSDAY The nipeg daily and the "Atlantic at IjJiOOk making con- -nectkras 'all "points thereof. Apply to the nearest C.P.R. Agent fop Information cheques of ?50.each from etqrs" of a pool it is alleged a gamblm p run. claimed that "the Pool room rent. game ANNUAL YOUNG OCTOPUS SEIZES HER I Woman Fisher 'Faints When Tenta- cle Circles Her' Aankle country, and the growth of'the two owns here Inlerna-' it- will -probably a matter of a short time un- til a' separate 'department can'be es- tablished here. :'The business-men of I the town, and the residents of the j country generally, desire a paper, and stand ready-to support.the.undertak- ing. By the first of the new year the An address will be'given to_the stud- ents this week by of the department-'of Histoiy in'Toronto University. As- Professor Eylie is a his department his" address. attention drtxraJSof. students. Among speak at .'tie Arts- -p.- .of- rail- Liberal, '2050. Honorable Tt. B. Hal- Blyth. Lanarkshire, Northeast: T. M, Wll- Carpenter. Lanarkshire, Mid: 'j> H. Whitehouse, N. s. Keith, R. Smilley, Labor.. ..Lanarkshire, Sir W. Menzies Douglas." U. 1 POINTS Low Round Trip Fares To ST. "PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, pULUTH, Minn. MILWAUKEE, Wis. CHICAGO; III. Tickets on sale daily Dec. 1 to 31 inclusive Good to" return within three months Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent "for full information. Western SINGLE FAEE PLUS FOR ROUND TRIP From all stations in Ontario, Port Arthur arid West, Manito ba, Saskatchewan and Alberta tO.' Vancouver Victoria and Westminster Tickets on sale December 15 16 and January 2o' 21, 22 and 23 and February 14 .15 and 16, 1911; good to re-' turn within three months from date of issue. Apply to: nearest C. P Ry Agent for full Information. scheme will be in full operation, and receive issues each week. The publication which .wil OUt IS the Pier toflar-'i'scribers, and in that issue the" husi measured two feet: ness men of the town "will also have woman's anSl Mrs If" around. tn< a'cliaiice to see faow their ads: look in ed... and so firm was the grip of 'the I young sea monster that, efforts of the spectators cessna knire.' ways, -Mxl-Justice Riddeil. Several other prominent speakers are rfc'have-not-.been definitely! DOMINION' GRANGE, yet With, such speakers PXSS TRADE RBSQl UTIOr-'S as these two gentlemen 'the Arts din- r ner-should reputation a's one of: the most popular functions-of tne ;year. BOILER-MAKERS LOCK- OUT IS OVER London, -boil- .ermakers lockout, affecting'. men in, the the Shipbuilding '.Employers''' .Federation; ended today'with ..acceptance "by tne men of tie terms made, by the employers. to remove it were unsuc- vvnjie -trying to collect a -bill, Fred -F- -u KJ n .Diu. jb'red a fisherman applied a {Judson was assaulted and given a ter- beating by. Italians at St. Thom- The family of Robert Rhodes Thoroid. bad asphyxiation. a narrow escape from The Duke of Chartres died at Paris. He was a grandson of King Louis Phil J cf France, and. born in 1840. POLLINGS Toronto, Dec." free trade between the "united States and Canada in agricultural products, fish and lumber, reciprocal" free trade be- tween the two countries in agricultur- al implements, vehicles, and "parts of London, Dec. following'are Thursdays- contested elections, th name of the government candi-dat coming first, and the party majorit at the previous general election last same, an immediate lowering of the duty on' all British imports to half rates charged under the seneral British tariff, whatever that may be, process to take place in- side of ten years." This-' resolution unanimously pass- ed at this morning's session of the Dominion Grange; at their .thirty-sixth REVOLOTIOWSIS IN MEXICO Washington, Dec. Mexican -fed- eral troops nave completely routed revolutionists