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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1C, 1913 THE LKTIlBKnJfiK DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE LARGE CONCOURSE OF CITIZENS SHOWED THEIR' RESPECT FOR DEPARTED ONE" BATTERED DOWN JAIL AND HANGED PRISONER TO BRIDGE IN NORTH DAKOTA X.D., Dec. 1C. Clevo Culbertson, under sentence of life Itn- prlsoumimt for the rm-dc-r of the Dil- lons, was lynched here this morning by a mob of masked men, who bat- terc-d the doers of tho Williams coun- ty Jail, dragging Ihe prisoner out and hanging him. from n bridge over the Utlie.Muddy Illver, ii mile a half of the city. Culberlson'B body. All that was recital'ol the .late JMrs. Kretl T. Itobius, died on' Sunday, was laid to rest this alttr- r.oon iti Ibe presence of a large num- ber friends. The Kenlishirjen and Sons of Kng- land marched to the family residence from the S.O.K. hail. Tbe Daughters and Maids of England had assembled there, in large- numbers and a-, short service vis conducted by' the llev. Canon McMillen. The main service was held in St. Cyprian's church, which was pacled to the doors, llev. McMlllen spoke in feeling Icrms of ths late Mrs. Robins. She had lived a life of service to others, and was always ready and anxious to minister to tlic needs oi >Hicrs, and oilen Icfl the cares of. her own household lu comfort the sick and needy. The last sail riles were adminis- tered at the cemetery by the Daugh- ters and Maids of England. The great profusion of floral trib- MILADI Edited, "INO Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 "The lime draws near the birth oi ChrUt." jowl utes testified strongly to the high wben cut doan by Ihe officials an hour later, was riddled with bullets C WUS mid boro other evidence-of horrible treatment. The mob dispersed out leaving clues to the Identity of any of number. held. The pallbearers consisted of three- members of the Sous of Kngland so- ciety and three r from the Kentish- men's association, and were as fol- lows Sons of England .Messrs, r'auncli, Wellington and Gibson .Kentishmen, Messrs. Uur.k and Carter. A number of. ihc'members of the 'Inter- national.'Typographical Union also paid tribute to. the deceased v.-lth their presence at the last ceremonies. The floral tributes were as follows fipreys Mr. anil Mrs. Rant, Mr. and Mrs. A; Buchanan, Mr. and adopted the recommendation of the Mrs.'lIdlbcrlbti.jMr: and Mrs.. R. W; finance, committee and voted to "r. .anil Mrs. Oslaiid, Mr. ar.il point City treasurer T. S. Darns as CarT. Mr- and Mrs. (i. U. Well- purchasing ar.d publicity agent for the I 3Ir- Mrs- Hawkins, 3Ir. and city of Calgary in the British lsleslllrs- F'eHerly; Mr.'and Mrs. "Cockle, for the- year "HIM at .a salary ofisir- and Mrs- T- Standing, Mr. and SI000 per his new duties to be! Jtrs' C. WoVr-lin, Mr. and .Mrs. Calgary, Etc. city council, it its adjourned i meeting last nijht assumed on his retirement from the position winch he now holds. i Ottawa, Dec. V. O'Hal- loian, deputy minister ol agriculture, and Ur- GussqwT Dominion botanist, to Washington to'.attend i the the. UhKed "States government with regard to the. sug- i (jested embargo against Canadian po- latoes because of the "powdery i scab." Thjv- -will present the case for the gove'rnrr.ent and' urgo tii'at'no I necessity exists, for an embargo inas- iiiuch as-the disease is r-n one side of tic line as much as on flic other. There. Is a 'belief that'the agitation I -for'an embargo arises mainly from interests 'desirous of cornering the 'v Frayne, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Fauncb, Mr. JK. Holberton, Jr., the junior memo'ers oi the Qiiick- Sir.'.-and Mrs. K. A, Kjott, Sergeants IfcX.W. M.P., the- Leth'briilge Herald. !Mrs. Christiansen, Mrs. Caudwcll, Mrs. -J. Calgary, the Printers Board of Trade, A> M: Rit- chie 'and and Joice, Blairmore. Wreaths W. J. Wade, J. H. l.cc, Ted arjd .Maggie, Lethbridge Typo- graphical Kentisb- rrjen, and Mr. and Mis. Asquith. 'Crosses Mr. arid Mrs. Weslley, and Christian' Gibson. Harps: Daughter's'and Maids ot .England, and S. 0.' E. Grand Lodge. Anchor :'S. 0. .13. Football Club: Heart: Husband and.son. .Cktes Ajar S. 0. E.'of Leth- bridge. .Standing Star :.'S. 0. E..Supreme Lodge. Pillow S. 0. E, .Hall Co. At Christinas make Kort Christmas conies but once a year. winter time, With many a household greeting fc'rom school the merry urchin comes, bd sunny looVs light up our homes, 0 .Christmas time, Jloat hlcbsi'd time We love thee and we greet thec." v Miss Miner has returned from Montreal to reside here with her mother, Mrs. Miner! The first of series ol tennis dances will be held in the K.O.E.'ha'll this evening, ar.d, judging by the en- thusiasm displayed, the attendance will be large. -a 3 Miss livilcn, whose marriage to iir. Harold LOCK will be celebrated to- morrow, was the raison d' elre oi a miscellaneous shower given by Mjss Dowsett last evening. Some fifteen HeyuoMs, c( Edmon- ton, fop of-.ije lite Judge Reynolds, of llrockvilk, QuL, wedding to take plice s When the engagement of Miss Jw Bis Wilson, daugLter of the last Aug- ust, .Silas Wilson; teacher in (lie fifth jra'de'dt the llarenna, Ohio, Eehcol, wrote to the asking (or. her autograph, the sameness of their names 'being the apoloxy for the request. .On IJcc. Eih It became known that Iiisleud of receiving the conventional autograph, she got-tlia following Cornish, X. 11. Sly Dear Miss Jessie Wilson. U is most Interesting to me to learn that you have the same name as I. You are. the second that name of whom J have heard, for tho' second (laughter of .the new secretary of labor .Is named Jesste Wilson, too. I hope that s'orne day you will be as happy as 1 am In this tew Joy of mine. Very cordially yours, JESSIE WOO DHOW WILSON. guests were present, the honor guest I AND receiving many beautiful gifts. The ANP SOC1ETII> Wesley Mission Hand will meet to- morrow at with Mrs. H. M.' Whiddijigfon, Si'J Fourteenth S. The Music' and 'Dramatic Art sec- meet serving ol itviting viands concluded the bright allairl Last evimng at the clow of the regular lesson in domestic science at the Manual Training school, the Mon- day evening class presented Miss. Preston with a gold necklace set with jtion of the. Mathcsis cltjb wi! amethysts. The presentation was r promptly at three o'clock tomorrow made by Jlrs. (Dr.) JlcClu're on .be-' with hali'Oi-the e_ntke afternoon pressed her thanks and appreciation he dtvoted study of Maeter- o! the courtesy shown her by the su- lint's liluebird. 3? FlostlR i'lshers met .'at. the hoinB of Mrs. Kitapman on Fifth Ave. Saturday., afternoon. Music, sewing and games were' enjoyed till th: tea hnut, when dainty retreshmcrils were Served picnic style. After- thanking Mrs! Knapmaijfor.hcr 'all went, if rBfifetive'-homes, ;ieel- been.-wcll.spenti pils.. Miss-Preston-leaves 'on Saturday ipr Calgary, where .she lias accepted a-position. 'J a' position. .Muriel, the daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Williamson, who was bp- j lantern projected by Rev. Fairbanks rind Mr. making up In fun What they lacVid I in nurnbcra Those-who attenfitii St. Cyprian's A.Y.P.A. last.'treniiig in the-parish HERE'S tb, W.. loolm( for. Alw.y, lre.h ud d.lidom. They .re .bwfeto M raquliil. 10 iweehKM M4 We believe Nrlo Cbocolatet lo be the 'i j IT" or more whoksomt. They ire' mule with carefully Mlectnl Mts nowirhltt cream center! wilhia a Imrr coatlol ol riA hWwn before. One hoi provn.llwM hdf tb. pound. TbcK luclou. h.ppy wlA Nyto city. Games .were played, and in the conipeiition. Miss Shirley and JMr. Jacksnn captured first prif- ea.; Special rntiitlpn'is made of Hi. Marr's violin playing; several tio'ns being given.'After refrcshinenls flie 'gathsrlng tijLpcrsrd with the singing of "Atilil.'Laiig Sync." have Delicious Chocolates in Delightful Christmas Packages Chocolates make a Merry Xmas for young and old The Kenny Allin Gof Ltd Phone 1487 THE DRUG-BOOK STORE Next Dalias Hotel Dec. Spencer Churchill, first lord of the Admiralty, will spend a Uiree.i-eeis' Chrjstmu vacation In Germiuiy on what Is de- lbed as a private' visit. On ths way lo Germany he spend two or threo-days' in'Paris, presumably to become acquainted the new min- Much, curiosity.- has beeii aroused as lo wheUier Mr. C.h'urchIll's visjt li connected in any.wei- With hip recent proposals a "naval holiday." a decision of Juslice J. Cardin nas been confirmed' In his seat for Rich- elieu. p. Morgan made a motion at tho heajlng, Mklng delay' of six months. ..Judge BninoRu dismiss- ed Mr. Sforgnn's'faotion, refuted to-grant fnrther delay. In const, quence of thfi.'ae Ihe petltloaer did not Ihe contestation falti, and JJr. Cardin .it-ill 8ll for tho con- l Prettnt the Tomorrow night In the Cenlral school auditorium, the medal? and prizes .won on the sports day held re- cently, ,-wlll bo nwnriied. Sir. R. P. prMlde, and other bers o( Uie school board asiiit in the preMtftationi.1 An jirogrammc prepared, and a number.of prominent citizens' have signtitd their fttVntloh of being prc- Hhl. CHRISTMAS SALE Of Fine Furs and Fur Coats THREE DAY SALE The inosl superb collection of fine furs and- fiir. coals in the city lo go on sale for three Wednesday, '-'Thursday and Friday. Our entire slock, marked at special [iricesV for .this sale. This is a splendid opportunity to purchase your gift Muffs, Throws, and Stoles in Hudson's Hudson's Bay Sahle, Northern Mink, Alaska Black Fox, Persian Lamb, also an immense variety in the lower priced grades such as Mink Marmot, Kiver Mink, Muskrat, Black Wolf, Wallaby, Col- umbia Sable, etc., etc. By the assistance of our i-lmiu of fur .Iruding posts extend- ing far into the Arctic Circle, arc able to secure for your selection the first choice of flic world's finest 'and rarest pelts. The Hudson's Hay guarantee of is behind each fur. This is a most important point to know as there is nolliing in which deception is practiced fo a greater. extent by unscrupulous deal- ers than in the fur business. If you Jiavc any intentions of buying furs this winter, you cannot afford to miss tills we will bo pleased lo show you our stock. Help Us to Help the Herald Christmas Cheer Fund Xest Saturday are giving per cent of our entire cash sales' Tor the day to tfie Herald Christmas Cheer Fund. We are looking forward- to a busy day Saturday. Witli -yoiir aid, this should mean a large sum turned over.to a worthy cause. An excellent orchestra lias heen engaged to play ID the test rooms next Saturday from 3 to it o'clock la the afternoon and from S to 5.30 in tlie evening. A sp'endlQ program has Icon prepared.- To introduce, our Hudson's Hay Blend o we tire serving a cup of this delicious tea with dai Uie ntiove hours Saturday. nty Christmas Hampers That Will Help Make An Enjoyable, Christmas Dinner Rare Qualify Croc- kery Hamper NO. 15. Weiffht 70 tbs. Vic' Turkey .2 jlis. Camliridge Pork Sausage 1 Cranberries 2 Ibs. Plum Pudding 2 Minoe MnJt 1 His. Tin Kancy KalslnE 2 Tbs. Mixed N'uts 1 lb. -N'ew Hjs "to. H. t P. Miied Biscuits 1 lb Malaga Grapts 12 Oranges Iba. Estra Cliojco Apples 1 lb Imperial Miied Chocolates 1 Box Cbrisltnas'Crackers 3 tti Tin H H. Special Tfa 1 Bollle C. B. Pickled Wnlnnls lb. Tin H. D. Imperial Mixture PRICE Special Grocery .Hamper WeiKlit 70 9 lb. Turkey 2 Itis: XTape Cod Cranberries 2 Ibs. Plum.Pudding 2 fts.. Mined .Meat 2 'Tins Tomatoes or Krencli Peas 2 Ibs. Finest Table.Raisins 1 Bottle GooilwHIIe's Preserves i 1 lb. Table Figs 2 IbB.' New. Mixed Nuts 1 tb H. r. Fancy Mixed Blaculll 6 Oranges _ 2 Ibs. 'Malaga Grapes 1 lb Uot Assorted Chocolatei 1 ib C. B. Strawberry- Jam .1 Bottle C. B. Plckleil Walnuts' lib Box Somebody's Luggage 3 lb Tin H: B. Go's Special Tea PRICE Wine Hampers of Exceptional Value The Quality Hamper NO. 3. 30'ffis. 1 Bottle 11.11 Fine Old Highland Scotch I lioltje II.B. Fine Old Irish .1 Bottle H.B. Special .Rye I Bottle H.B. Diamond Brnnflv 1 liottle H.B. Old London Bock Port 1 Bottle H.B. Old London Dock Sherry 6 Bolllci. PRICE Fort Garry Hamper NO. 2. Weight 30 Ibs. 1 Bottle H.B. Fine Old Scoteh 1 Bottle H.B. o-Year-Old Rye 1 Botlle H.B. Brandy 1 Bottle H.B. Old Port 1 Bottle If. B. Xlagara Port 1 Bottle H.B. St. Jullen PRICE HUDSON'S BAY STORES BURNED TO DEATH Victoria, Dec. Clly 'ubllo Works Superintendent Thomas Donovan was burned to death on Sat- urday, when a building at the water; works slalloa at Klk lake took fire. IFTY-TKHEE OFFICES OPENED Olta'wo, Doc; Hdy-threo new lost offices In Canada on were clos- cd on tho same which seventy were discontinued owing to the inaug- iration of the rura'i free delivery sys- 1 Proven Quality choosingtilvcmareit uhklrlrttmqaalirjind )w bttn belt for over SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION AT PINCHER CREEK Ottawa, Dec.' establish- ment of a provisional school of in- struction lor cavalry at Plncher Creek for four weeks, commencing February 9, Is authorized In militia orders Is- sued on Saturday. PRISONER'S SENTENCE ''C.OMMU.TEO Winnipeg, Dtc. ence of death.passed upon Victor Pople, who wat to have been 'hinged on Friday for murdering his Infant daughter, has. been commuted to life .Imprisonment. Were You Ever In Nova Scotia If you wore, you've lasted a 'real tlsh .treat. For N'ova Scolfa flah Is famous from const t'o" coast. Wouldn't'yott like some n'ow'? H is here foryoii.xJioncless. Easy lo prepare. Still cisler lo e.it That sea-sally lisle Is so templing: All Its whole- some, ocean- goodness Intact In sanitary package. Recipes (simple) .enclosed. Ask dealer for and "ACADIA" CODFISH Picked by Robin, Jonet A Whitman, Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia. ;