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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1914 THEM.ETH..BPIDGE DAILY. PAGE SEVEN. PHONES 412 and 1388 Special for Xmas! Prime Alberta-fed Ducks, Geese, Chicken and Turkeys TURKEYS per Ib. and up for selected stock All Poultry Dressed Ready for the oven P. Bur Co., Ltd. FORlilYMOIflli Confesses to Wholesale Thefls E ton in- Lenient Mood CONTRIBUTORS TO MOTOR AMBULANCE to Mrs Etarsv, Mrs Ulea, lira. Wuiusuh, Dorie-nn in t anrl Mrs frehub, Mrs Coutts, Mrs za UeClS.On JUStlCft BSCK m Land lrl Kv trip iQ Dy me aml sadny, >fts Sauler, Mrs nd Mrs Laraml, 5Us. Mitchell, Mrs THirty tentiary at hard labor, the sen- tence handed out by Magistrate El tori this morning' to Albert O'Con- nor, -self-confessed sholHircakflr, who has the rcspe-t and denee of many" citizens for a number of years. 4. O'Oonnor faced four charges of shopbreaking and theft, and giv- en 21 years on each charge, the t rms to run concurrently Ho admitted breaking into the Mason and Risen store and stealing from the till, he confessed that he had entered and pilfered the Palace Clothing com- pany's store last slimmer of worth of merchandise, he i-'eaacd guilty to a charge of stealing certain Tetters belonging' to a voung lady in the city and ha did not dany the theft of wearing apparel trbm a lat- ber shop The magistrate loihted out that if he Were to gue the limit, which is 11 years, on each charge 0 Connor uould be in the peniten- tiary tor the rest of his natural life On account of his outh and the fact that he made a clean breast of his crimes, and did all he could to as.- !s Appjjjate Court' The Appellate iDTvision of the Court "f Alberta Su- has handed I Mrs Dennis, Mrs ilanartr, Mrs "own its decision in tin appeal, Man- Jolmstone, Mary Zanom, Mrs Pdt-" Lue Insurance compani vs 'romdge, rirs Sola, Tkso C Walsh and the O W Kerr com- T.itnr.u. Riinrnlt. pany, having dismissed the appeal On Saturday the collectors received i P ollow ing are Hardievllie' dona- a donation from Jour little girls who "ons were willingly denying themselves m 25 Wm rioplans, Mrs 'V i n i .T.p.uis, Mrs Hrm Mrs CliaTllan. order to help the Ambulance lunil 'Ihese childien liad been promised i treat on Christmas visit the moving pictures Thev resoi this pleasure, to gue their money to help the sol- .viigut.-Mrs" Christie, diers It was a real deprivation, a Mrs Smith, Mrs Ashe, IVjrs Uarn- sacriflce, and brought to mind Lon- ham, Mrs Nil. 4- Itaris, oil's words -jifrs Vaseleayak, Mrs Gocheran, Mrs StcaUey, Mrs Berta "Not what we gne, but uliat we Biroskir Mrs Seiada, Mrs Wilson, share, _ I Mrs tor the girt Hie giver bare r 'romoge, mrs ttoia, 'ihso Who Rives himscll withTiis.gilt feeds Taraihireo Litocv, Mis. Burnak, having dismissed the appeal three, j Mrs Patronidge, Mrs Boran, Mrs Himself, his hungering neighbor and Susuar. Mrs Buga, This action was taken b) the Manu me Mrs. Chmgar, Airs Osgood, facturers Life Insurance toiripanv 25 Phillips, Miss Pllil- Mis McLean, Mrs, Hat- against 0> Other panj brought the action for arrears Gurr, Mrs G -P.ltson, Mrs. R Ma'- contributions acknow Icdijed are Aetna Subsequent to the of the ac- lon, Mrs. A-fl Mimroe SI 00, Mrs per Mrs Sarah TSergstrori 54W; tion, the doicndant, Walsh, secured Younn 15, Kathleen, Chris Magrath, per Women's Institute, an-order joining the 0. W Kerr rom- Ecy and Daisy Baird SU.20. 1 as parties deiendant, Walsh ___________________ -r I seeking to liaie the agreement set on the ground of misreprespnta- CHRISTMAS SHOPPING sist the police to recover the stolen property, the cadi was inclined to leniency Practically cnine on j Uon as to the qualitv ol the land, FOUND DEAD IN BED', etc made by the agents of the O FORMER U.S. SENATORS _____ __ Valdosta, Tj'keir companj, Messrs LeTnuTieli leniency un uo., ----.----j the local racords is cleaned up bv S Wra S west nas founJ who neDoliatwl the sale the O'Connor's capture, which was con- dead in bed at his home early todaj case was tried at Lethbndge heipre sumiaaled by Detective Kane m a.He had retired Honorable Justice Beck m tbe health I Spring sittinss of tlys rear, and he We Get Him! The Finest Lot Of Christmas Poultry We Ever Had] We began early to arrange to have an exceptionally Fine Display of Christmas Meats this year, and we, have succeeded in being able ,to offer you Very'Choicest on the market. Our lines are) Lamb, Beef, Pork, Cooked Meats, Sausage, Poultry.1 We Guarantee Every, Turkey We Sell You're sure of, the stand behind every bird. Remember, we serve the most particular pedple in the city by phone. Jhe Alberta Meat Market H, Coultry, gave judgment for the plaintiff on all points From this judgment, the de- fendant, Walsh, appealed the above nameh, thai tli3 judg- nf the Durmrable Justice Beck .lias been sustained The defendant Walsh 'vas represented by Mr A G r Virtue of the firm of Poapst Vir- tue, the plaintiff, the Manufacturers Life Insurance company b> Mr Jos- ph, T Shaw of the flrm of Short, ois, Sehvoon, Shaw and Ma> hood, aigan, Alberta, and the defendant, tile O W Kerr company by S J Shepherd, of the firth of Shepherd. Dunlop Wll Books of all kind! Including the New Fiction Artificial Flowers are a nice decoration for the home at any time. We have the Hoses, and Poinsettia... 15o 2 for 250 Make it a KODAK Christmas A KODAK will 9lve more gen- uine pleasure to all members of the family than anything else we know Of. Kodaks to Brownie Cameras Perfume Generous pretty box, good Special 1 62. .Glass Stoppered botllo of Perfume, each bottle In case, special 4> I Perfume Atomtzers C9 Afl Sceclal 00 to jlO.UU Fully Dresied Doll 25c Red, White and Blue Horni. .5c Flash Lights..........10c Horse on Wheels......IOC Steel Wheel Steel Two Wheel Cart ...50e Collapsible Doll Co-cart Japanese Wooden- Toys Teddy Bears Good Chocolates For Xmas eiybodj- likes good Candy, and it is good for everybody. No matter wha't else you are giving, a Box of Candy makes an eweplionally nice present. have Ford's, and Ganong's From 40c to box Rocking Horsu.....M, Stuffed Animall.......35c Floating and 25c Bisque Baby Celluloid Dolls ..............So Autos from .156 to Train on track from S5e ts Shoo Flys..............J1.75 Velocipedes Doll to 17.00 Books for All THE PRETENDER By Service........ THE PATROL OF .THE SUN- DANCE TRAIL Ag By Ralph Connor... V I til Selection from Paati Leather Binding Boys' Own Annual Bound -Edition QlrU' Own Annual Special THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. A 6LAOSTONIAN HOME HULfeR FORT IRELAND The Irish Titoes sayi "Nobody seefhJ-to have observed that Sir Jamis1 who now gets an at' London- derry-siiicly the amazing re- sult of tie political truce-has once entet the House ot Conlmons At' the general election of J8SJ DotHherty, as he then was, put up for North Tyrone against l.tird Frederick Hamilton, and was forty-nine Londonderry city'hn.s been imce'tlir'demth M'Mr.-V C Hogg, fj. L., Who, it 4 Presbyterian home rtlltr, was teturmid at ,tta bveeleo- might precipitate serioas rioting. Tlw hon m Januaryt 1913, the previous outbreak of wane it still more member, t> Marquis of Hnmiltod, a necessary to avoid ftiction, a Unionist, having mccecded to te Peerage on the death of his father, the Duke of Abercorn The Right Hon. Sir James Brown P 0 K C B f a couple of months ago from the office "of Ujider Secretary for to he succeeded "on tltfl retirement of Lord Macdonnell. Previously Sit James held the office o: Axutant Under Secretary lot Ireland A sen of the morise, Sir jJamw fore he look'office mrDat was the Preshyterian' sot of Logfc and. Colleice, Uerry-tt cal college of Church in Ireland A Oladstonian borne in the day? fcten prtti-rttai Ulster was solidly united against Mi, ulad- stone's Wish poljfy, he has since re- irty tructi'Was sounded, Sir James; B Dougherty being accepted by both Mdei as a war out i of the impasse. 'The Nationalists have'., majontt'oi about live hundred on the Parliamen- tary register. SPOKANE FARMERS GET 11.12 FOR BLUE9TEM Spokane, Wash. Doe. re- cords ot reseat years for wheat at In-J Iwd Emjilra delivery points were- yesterday, ana dealers k a still furtnw advance heforo Jaauary, 1. In tftapalhy with ths CUeag market, which Is beginning to afWbt i northwestern tti'-ti for the In a number of months, all wheat have advanced 2 cenrt, bushel in the last prevailing nuotatloas yesterday at In-t tarior stations were 11.12 for mamcd a oonlirmM siipporte oi the (stem, for lartyfoU I and clnby'l demand tor self-government for red fife, and UM v Kollowing the passing of 'the home nmslnn, "NfeSrf'J rule bit! this year, it was generally i tint a hye-electW in Ierry Oil Is reported to parlV telmfe runs so high, and (n the frf 'are fully aimed, !Co, east ot A1U. ;