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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta fitfoiday, December "'__________ THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page '5 Just a Confidential Whisper you that' NOW is the time to "bnyyour gentle- man friend that. Christmas fci" gift and BUCHAfS is the place where you can get the hest selections at the most moderate prices. vAn elegant stock of Dressing Gowns, Smoking Jackets, Knitted Vests, Pyjamas, Fan- cy Wool Underwear, Silk lluxilcrs. Souvenir Handker- chiefs, House Slippers, _Cosy TraTeUirts; Slippers, Suspen- der. Sets, Fancy Arm Bands, etc., etc. See our -window for a few suggestions.. Sole ajent for SLATER 'SHOES THE MEN'S MAN the Eureka Theatre Fifth St. JAPANESE EMPEROR FAYORS ToMo, Dec. Diet was open cd today. The Emperor being indis- posed, was not present, and speeches from the Throne were read by Marq. TaJ-Katshura, premier and minister of finance. Referring to the annexation of Korea, and the convention with Kussia, the Throne emphasizes the necessity for the maintenance of peace in ?ar Bast BUSY MORNING IN POLICE COURT IVW Charged Wtth Con- ducting a .Raffle A Couple of Drunks David Dunn, known of the police of old, that is, last spring, when for ab- out three weeks, he maintained ja. re- cord of almost six appearances be- fore -the magistrate, per week, Jwas. jarrested at the depot yesterday after- noon on the same old drunk and disorderly. David is now- very mysterious-as rto wifere he-has been .for the sis months, and seems tickled to death to find Himself at the police station again. He had a companion with him when arrested a "green" old countryman, with "port- hand, who, also! siderable of-a' jag on." Detective 'Eg- who arrested the pair, bundled j them iato a baggage wagon and drove I tnem to the station. AS a matter of David, as he, court this morning, has only .been out of the barracks guard room three days, jar'ter serving a term of six months. I He informed the magistrate that he j would "appreciate-it very inuch" if he [was leuep and he could.mot resist telling that re- ceived aYnioiiey order -for ten "Bounds I fifty aollats) from "Quid the; day, biit had been rolled for every, cent of it. He admitted being very drunk and boisterous yesterday, afternoon, but said he was. just leaving the train to with, the Knight Sugar. Co. when he was arrested. The magistrate let him off on con- dition that he Hiked for the job in question, just as fast as his legs could .carry him. David's companion, jWllliam 'Bur- nett also pleaded guilty to being drunk. He said h.e also was. just leaving- for his job on the irrigation canal near Magrath when arrested. The court admjonished 'him to" get Concealed. Weapon wtio described..himself as .a bartender and gave Ms iiome as Winnipeg appeared at the police court on the charge of carrying con- cealed weapons. A., dangerous1 ,.look- a 38 .''frame-'-' which had -been taken from him re- posed' on the magistrate's. desk. The chief said had .-around city for the-Uast ten. days.. said was way.fito but was.-..Baiting to recedve -some for wMch he had written to his wife. The mag- istrate 'advised Mm to continue -his journey as rapidly as possible and also ordered, the weapon confiscated. The Raffle Case On the of conducting a raffle, contrary to "the provisions of the criminal code, a .man. named Hill, who hails from Calgary, was taken iato custody-..yesterday afternoon, by city police. He appeared at police court this morning expressed his willing- ness to plead guilty, pay this fine and get tlie matter- over with. It was found, however, that the case is not one that can. be tried sujpmar- iiy but must go to. the district court The chief thought of changing the charge to one of peddling without a license, but this too was found im- practicable. C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C. as agent of the attorney-general was called on for his assistance and de- cided that the original charge had better foe proceeded with. The pre- TWO NIGHTS Starting MpNDAY, Dec. 26 Mr, W. L. Stewart presents Miss Leah Stoddart and her Clever Company in Linton's Merry Musical Mixup 'My Wife's Family' Clean Comedy Clever Comedians An evening of MUSIC AND FUN OPPOSED TO BAREFOOT DANCING Pa., Dec. is all allutter over the question as to there will be. "iiarity bail this year. Until a few days ago it looked as if. there would be a bail, but now there is a big question. The whole matter depends on the question of whether or not society women will appear in the tableaux with bare feet-and flimsy costumes, or'.whether they will-be allowed to wear fleshings and sandals! Francis Hartman Markoe, who is here to direct the-production, has is- sued his decree that no stockings or sanc'als shall be worn. matrons and young women 'who take part in these ibe curbing, alighting on her chin causing director is .quoted as saying, "must blood and profanity to flow. A. crowd be dressed properly. II we are gathered, which attracted the aften-' ing an historic tableaux we will give j tion of Officer Fuller, who called the them a-s they were presented in times i Patrol wagon. of old. Then the women did not j Tne squaw elicited considerable sym wear fieshlings; pads, and sandals. Patby .from pedestrians by. They showed their shapely limbs and weeping and wailmg. The name of perfect ieef and toes without adorn- the man in the alfair was'not learned mpnt If I am to" run this show as he did not stop running. The police that; is' ihP wav it will be run iisay that Katie in her wps ls inclined i i J V.T- rtf Create scenes, and has been arrest- It lias been suggested by one 01 the ftnftft hAfnrfi fnp young women who had been scheduled to appear in. the "Dance oi the H0uris" that the director is wron-s. AMOROUS SQUAW HUGSJOTRIAN Fired by Firewater, She Creates Scene in Spo- kane District Spokane, Dec.' the influ- ence of "squirrel" whisky, Katie Rog- ers, a squaw, well known to the police, created a scene at Spxague avenue and Washington street, last night, during the height of the homeward rush by making a flying tackle about the neck of a well-dressed young man. leaped from one of the entrances of the Grote-Rankin. building and bestow ed upon the abashed young man a ser- ies of aboriginal hugs'Lefore he freed himself. He fled with Katie at his heels. At the corner she stumbled over the capers. L'ANGEVIN fS SCORED K. of P. Dec. 31 IS II liminary hearing was consequently sst for tomorrow. "The police declare Hill's scheme is one of the smoothest that has been tried in Lethbridge for some time. The clocks which 'he raffles off are worth about three -dollars each and the chief figures out that the raffle nets Hill about per clock. Hill has of these clocks witb. him. They are fine appearing, silvery look- ing affairs at first sight but a close examination shows them to be mere- ly tin, nickeled over. They carry a small electric light which is operat- ed by a cord and push button. There is also a little 'burglar proof safe deposit vault attached and other con- trivances. Hill preparing to start his raffles in several pool rooms and stores when the police interferr-ed. Settled Out of Court Ying Que, the Chinaman arrested Wednesday, charged by his business partners with stealing from them, came up in court but the matter hav- been settled and the informants not appearing the accused was uis- I charged. AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS is the time to hav e your BEST 'FILMS E3STLARGBDJOR XM-AS'PRESENTS. British Colonial Photographic SHERLOCK BLBG. many of "us are addicted to the use of corn and bunion Blasters? Again, while Philadelphia, vv.omen are noted' Montreal, pa'3" Against or Wilfrid REPORT FORDECEMBER The High School report "for Dec- ember Js as follows: .Standard I: W. E. Simp- son, 70 per c-snt Div. III.: J. "Wallace, 4S uer cent, R.. Lethbridge, 4S per cent.; M. TiDpin, 46 -per cent. Div. IV. R. 29 percent. .Standard VII. Div L: Smith, 70 cer cent. Div. II.: R. Shear- er, 63 per cent.; H. Dieseth, 62 per Marion ingstone. .58 .ner_ Dec. FurtHer fire for their pretty faces, there might be has been addsd to the Nationalist causes for their wishing to cover the; movement by Mr. Godfrey Langlois, rest of their bodies with such adorn- ment as would be conducive of just little- padding TRAINMASTER AT BRANDON Dec. 23. K. E. Haanel, as sistant to the superintendent P. P., who sharply'attacks Arch- Langevin in his paper, Le .Fays. .Mr. Langlois-.declares that the Archbishop'; has descened from his high become an electoral ag- ent for the and had taken such a .stand that the Liberal You Will Find a Clean New Stock for Gift Selections at Roseborough's Newjewelty Store In the Royal Bank Building Corner of Redpath and Glyn Sts. See our dainty Solid Grold Lace Pins at pearl set at Pine Enameled Sash Pins at Bargains like 'this in all lilies. S. H. Roseborbugh Manufacturing Jeweler urges that an, appeal be made to the against the course pursued by the Archbishop of St. Boniface. Le Pavs' article concludes, 'by de- claring that it will continue to pro- test against the political activity of Archbishon.Langevin, .which, is, direct ed against Sir "Wilfrid.Laurier and the Protest, .against his Liberal party in favor of the Bourassa c P'R. new duties as trainmaster at Brandon, i manoeuvres. Mr., Langlois strongly [movement. i ZIONISTS AT TORONTO: Toronto.; Dec. Delegates senting. the Zionist movement of. Can- ada gathered in Toronto today for the opening, of the ..annual convention. The, addresses of welcome to the del , the. Premier, the -Lieu teii- ant-Gqvernor, and the. Mayor of Tor- onto .will "be delivered -and the. conven- tion vby" a mopolitan club. t-in the Cos A Canadian Shoe Manufacturer Invading the United States Market D'avies, 54 per cent.; M. Laverick, 53 per cent; M. Fisher, 53 per- cent; H. XS-ay, 52 -per cent; T. Hamilton, 50 per .Luella Cascaden, 48 per -cent.; J. percent.-; Laura Cascad- en, 47 .per A, Morgan, 45 per cent; N. 44 per cent.; M. Don- aldson, 43 per cent; E. McHardie, 43- per cent; G. Sherlock, 42 per cent. Div.' K-' Brodie, 38 per .cent. Standard Div. II.: X. Hazell, 64 per cent; J. King. 63 per cent; L. Ben- tley, cent; Cascaden, 61 per T. Pennefather, 60 per cent; D. "McQueen, 60'fer cent; C. Cook, 57 per cent; M. Fleetwodd, 57 per cent.; M. Smith, H. Galvin, 55 per cent. Dit. III.: M. Lafferty, 54 per cent; E. Harleman, 50 per B. Patteson, 50-per cent; Lucille Switzer, 49 per 'cent; G. Campbell, 48 per cent Laura Switzer, 47 per cent.; H. Gray, 44 per 0. Diser, 43 per cent.; E.- Murray, 41 per cent Div. IV.; H. Thompson, 3S per cent; R. Sang, 34 per cent; A. Fiske, 31 per cent.; E. Mitford, 27 per cent Nelson Shield Competition The conditions of competition for the- Nelson Shield in the High School are as follows: I. The Shield is to be awarded mon- thly to the student making the highest percentage on examinations for the term up to the end of the month. If more than two examinations are taken in any subject, .the average mark is taken and counted as one examination. The fall term begins September 1st The winter and spring term on Janu- ary 1st. II. The shield is to be in possession of the winner from the 5th >to the 25th of the month following the award, and from the 25th to the following 5tn in. the form to which the student belongs. III. The Nelson Shield Honor Roll will be composed of those students who obtain an average of over 60 per cent, under the -conditions of section I. The November and December hold- er of the Nelson Shield is Marion Smith, of Standard VII. The November Roll of Honor was: Marion Smith, VII., 67.11 per cent.; R. Shearer, VII., 64.88 per cent; T. Pennefather, VI., 64.41 per cent; W. Simpson, VIII., 63.4 per cent; N. Link, VI., 61.83 per cent.; C. Cook, VI., 61.8 per cent; J. VI.. 61.4 per cent.; M._Smith, VI., 60 per cent The December Honor Roll is: Marion Smith. VII, 67.7 per cen-t; W. Simpson, VTH., 66.91 per cent.; T. Pennefather, VI., 64.85 per cent: R. Shearer, VII.. 63.41 per cent.; L. Ben- tley, VII., 62.77 per cent.; J. King, VI., 62.31 per cent.; N._Link, VI., 61 per cc-t; II. Dieaeiu, TIL, 6u per cent D. ANDREWS. M. A. Principal. CAN'T GIVE DAMAGES FOR ADULTERY i Regina, Dec. Justice Wet more, this afternoon, delivered judg- ment in the case of Marson vs.- Coul- ter, in which the plaintiff claimed damages for alienation of his wife's affections, adultery and harbor- ing his wife.- His Lordship, in giving judgment, stated that the present state the Jaws in Saskatchewan prevented the giving of damages for adultery, and all he could do was to award plaintiff ?-'50 damages against defendant for harboring of his wife, together with full costs. The Chief ustice sfixTngly criticised the conditions under which it had been shown that the parties in the case bad lived, and said that tho plain tiff was deserving of censure for the laxity he had shown. tEL "Want something an3 better? CL Want a brand new line of men's nne shoes' for fyour traSe a line that is new to the United all over the world as among the world's best shoes? The Slater Shoe for men Js wortriy oT a place In the 'test shops everywhere. In fact, there are 400 international demand that is increasing all the time.. We also have Reason Why n selling plan tnafls entirely different from anything 'you have ever before seen. It's a plan .of _wonderful pulling .one_that will, commend itself to progressive; retailers: C The Slater Slice is one of alappy combination of American Style and fit with British WCaiV Furthermore, it is price stamped and guaranteed.