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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, December A TORONTO DOCTOR'S ESCAPE BEST YEAST' IN THE WORLD DECLINE THE NUMEROUS INFERIOR IMITATIONS THAT ARE BEING OFFERED AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS AT ALL EXPOSITION -UM.TED: rnE DAiLY HERALD EDITED BY "1NO" PHONES Office 1224 Rei. 1115 Ryan and Associates Will be Sentenced :Deo, papers are scheduled today before the combined convention of scientific so- iu session here. Delegates to the American Philological Society, the .Archaeological Society of America, illd the Society, of Biblical Literature Exegesis.'all were prepared. The day's business started with a rush, and tlie session promised to be one of thstbusle6t of Hie joint convention which ends on'December. 31. is broken by lun. cheons and other social affairs, among them' a reception and entertainment for. the Canadian members by. James Bryce, the British Ambassador. A general reception to-night at the Pan- American Union'building, and. several lectures on scientific subjects will con clude: thty day's-endeavors. ABBEY'S EFFERVESCENT SALT (rout promote hi8 own ambition. It was he 'who was oncu'secretary of the International Union, and "whis- pered into the ear of Detective Burns tho names, of the Los An'geles Times dynamiters." "Purjurer" Butler Jolin' T. ButleK'vice-presideht'of tho Iron Workers, also was conVicted, be- ing branded by the court as thc "pur- jurer." After be had dented that Mc- Nauwra was drawing a month to pay for dynamiting. Then scene took place In tho court room in a fow min- utes following the -'end of the trial. As United States Edward Schmidt ordered the prisoners one by one to step before the court, the wives of a score of men in tlie rear, of the room l6aiiod pitifully over the railing calMng for their husbands. Possible punishments vary rrom any minimum to a maximum of 39 and one-half years in the -discretion- of the court. Each prisoner as guilty stands con- victed of having in one instance joined in a consipacy to commit an offence against the United States government this-being punishable by two years' imprisonment or a- flue of or both. While tbe cumulated possible, pun On Saturday Dr. J. L. Davidson, a prominent member of the Canadian medical profession, hung for several minutes In his automobile over the edge of the Huntley Si. bridge, To- ronto, '100 feet above the ground O love Divine, that stoops to share Our sharpest pang, our bitterest tear. On Thee wo earth-born care, smile at pain, while Thou art near. On Thee we fling our burdening woe, O f.ove Divine, forever dear, Contc-iit to suffer, while we know Living and dying, Thou an near! W. Holmes. Miss Edra Smith went to Monarch yesterday for a short visit. Mr. .and Mrs. W. 1'. Roy have re- turned from a holiday spent with friends in Diamond t'ity. Mrs. C. A. Little and daughters, Hessie and Avrll, leave on Tuesday to join Mr. Little ,U Red Deer, where they will reside in future. CLUQS. AND SOCIETIES When you think of taking lunch down town, think of The Brown Betty Tea Room Room 4, MacDonald Block. ishriieuts are thirty-nine arid one-half years, the court Intimated in. the course of the trial he would impose sentence-hi accordance-with the de- gree of guilt. After receiving their sentences the prisoners are to be taken to a Fed era prison, probably-at Leaven worth, Kan Jury out Forty-one Hours The end of the historic" trials caim at 10 a.m., the jury having been ou since Thursday at 5 p. in. "Everybody remain seated" demand ed the United States Marshall. Sil enco again was restored save for the rustling of the papers'1 which .Clerk Butler tremblingly held hi -his hands and which he proceeded to read. The iret name was Ryan. Cleric Butler pronounced it and1 cleared h'is throat "Guilty" he read, "we find the defend- ant Ryan guilty .as charged hi the in- dictment." All who could see him looked at Ryan, a gray haired man of 57 years of age and appearing older, a man who had travelled for the Union so much that he said he bad-no home and save for two grown sons, no family. "I have a furnished room in Chicago" was his oft-repeated description of home. "Gentlemen of the jury, is (hat your the answer came from each jurer, "it Is." Thin began the further-reading of the brief message which pronounced one by one the fate of the other de- fendants. The men were not charged with act- ually causing explosions. The only charges under which they could be prosecuted by the federcl government were conspiracy illegal irsJis-c-r- tatioh of explosives. 'But the court riikd that evMnnco as to violence was complete, showing a motive. "I am not ready to believe-that or- ganized labor yet stands for the things that have been shown was- one of Judge Andersons' statements lo the jury. Ttrs is not a trial, of labor unions but of -union ofllcials accused of wrong-doing." Almost the entire executive ofllcials of the-.Iron Workers Union Miss Lilian Bacr, who lias been ill al tlie Gait hospital, was sufficient- ly', recovered to return home today. Mr. K. .1. Hill is visiting daughter, Miss Florence Hill, w! attending Havcrgal. Toronto. Miss Margaret Fraser returns Tiie Westminster Guild of Knox church wilt vary the program on Monday by holding a skiiting party at Henderson Park hike. All are cordially invited to meet the church at and go out uith the. young people. Kkuting will continue until when all will return to the basement of the church, where will he served. Owing ,a numljei' of counter- at- tractions and-also to the very dis- agrt'eablc evening, ..the progressive wbich in the K. of I1, hnll last night, under the auspic- es'-df-lhK--Kknvor. Guild, was not .successful as; it might hayo Those; who were. In attend- ance, spent' an enjoyable finje, tho favour being.won by Mrs.-Davis arid Miss Lucy. IJawden. The. Art Needle-work club have do- nated to the Detention Home "Is'from the club, and 510.50, which has been given, to Mrs.. J. B. Heuter, the by. friends of the club to- wards; their fund, for clothing for the to- children of .the home.. night from Embro Out., and j Tjle club'te aTSo Vomised to as- resume her on Monday. islstMrs. Cotry m% or lwo aiteu. Jlr. and Mrs. W. Ilessey LETHBRIDGE HOTEL Sunday Dinner de Luxe SOc 'Celery 5.30 lo 7 RELISHES SOc Queen SOUP rConsimme a la Royale FISH Boiled Halibut, Cut Bouillon a la Bordelalse ENTREES Breaded Sweetbread Cutlet, a la Maintenon Chicken Patties a la Reine Broiled Split Cocoanui Cream SALAD Oyster Salad, Mayonnaise Dressing ROAST Prime Ribs Beef, Yorkshire Pudding, Spring Lamb, Mini Sauce. POULTRY Roast Young Turkey, Cranberry. Domestic Chicken, Walnut Dressing VEGETABLES Steamed and Mashed Potatoes Green Canadian Peas, in Butter DESSERT Deep Green Apple Pip Hot Mince Pie Lemon Cream Pie JV English Plum Pudding, Hard or Brandy Sauce Vanilla Ice Cream, Wafers Assorted Fresh Fruit Strawberry Jelly Muscatels and Almondc Oheese Cafe Nolr was convicted, "fire only officials not on trial were J. .E. JleClery.: Cleve- land now secretary, aild Ed. Lewis, San Francisco, a member of thei exe- cutive board. States' Counsel Speaks Charles W. Miller, the'U.-S. rict Attorney who prosecuted for the government said: "Nothing else could have been ex- pected. -Tlie evidence of a nation- moved from their: former residence on Ninth Ave., tb''lul2 Seventh Ake. S. Mrs. S. J. Shepherd returned this afternoon from a visit at her home in Maple Creek. Sirs. E. A. Ewert is entertaining at a little house dance on New Year's I-Jve to see the old year out and the new year in. Tbe Daughters and Maids of Eng- land nre entertaining at a dance on Tuesday, Dec. 31st in thc S. 0. E. hall. Invitations may be obtained 'by telephoning 715. "Mr. R. M. Watt, principal of.Mac-' leod public an.1 Mrs. Watt, returned home yesterday after spend- ing Christmas 'with former's cousin, Mrs; Gqpdon Ross, 'Third Aye., N. noons in. making up clothing. The .work, and donation of the Art club are greatly appre- ciated and are much to be commend- ed. The program for tbe week 01 pray- which will be observed from Jan. (ith to -Jan. 10th, inclusive, has been arranged as follows All meetings are held in the even- ing at eight o'clock. Monday, Jan. "0, in Knox church. on his wife. The boy struck up the gun, and the bullet intended for the -uuiv... was deflected anil.'struck.threo A young people's rally, io which all sticks of dynamite. A terrific, explo- tbe young people's socieVes of the jsion resulted. The boy was Instantly Clearance Sale of Dolls and Toys Here is a splendid opportunity to purchase a doll or a few toys for the little ones at about one-third of their real value Dolls and Toys of descriptions; the articles to keep the Children in a per- fect dceam of contentment. Values-up 05 cents. For 25 Cents BARGAIN TABLES OF TOYS Other ble lota including, .Musical Initrn raeiits, Drums, Sollders and a host of other lines to he cleared at trice. Bet out. in lots lOi-VlSc, 25c, 50c, 75c, Monday and Tuesday will seethe last of them Hudson's Bay Co. Mrs. Rylands and Cp.'s store, outers the: 0alt hospital to- morrow to operation on ins people various churches are cordially invit- ert. Speakers, .1. H. Rivers and Hey. A. C. Watson. Tuesday, Jan.' 7, in Westminster church. Subject, "Personal Reli- gion." Mr. S. S. Dunham and Rev-.-A. C. Bryan. .Wednesday, Jan. '8, in St. An- drew's church. Subject, "Religion in the Home." Speakers, Mr. J. D. Uiirinbotham and Rev, T. P. Perry. Thursday, Jan. (I, in First Baptist church. Subject, "Religion in the na- tion." Speakers, Mr. W. .Ionian and Ticv. '.I. IJ. Pickle. _ Friday, Jan. 10, in church. Subject, '''Kcli'iibn in the World." .Speakers, Mr.'A. E. Dunlop and Rov. A. G. Cameron. killed aud-the father lost an arm. The mother, two younger., children, and Patrick Crane, of Pekin, sustained minor injuries. Uninucly splendid was the Christ mas entertainment put on by tre BIG LAKE STEW ITSN Miss Kathleen the first president, of thc Sick-room Sunbeams, _. _____ who leaves shortly for California, wide conspiracy which began in-local was presented by Hie Sunbeams with thuggings and assaults our non-union pendant set with an colivine. workmen and grew because local Needless to say; thogiit is highly cllil'lrcn o! Knox Sundury school last, to prosecute, became fin- appreciated by Miss. Southard. evening, wbieli took the form of a j ally so bold that dynamite was resort- i P'av> "Christinas MRS. WALLACE BROKE BOTTLE OF CHAMPAGNE OVER BOWS IS "CALOARIAN" Port Arthur, Out., Dec. new steamer for tile Mer- chants Mutual Line, was launched a this Gifts that Last To get forks, knivci, ipouot. fancy picctt of quality' mid beauty isle tor Thil brand ii tnonn i Wan" TobujrthiiwiiciitogKihtlit. J most 'lerviee ind satiifactiba the hnvint iilver I Known for over 60 yoirfc wife of the manager of the'yards, per rled systematically. It was what made Mm boiu enough to solid his irother James JlcNamara to lilow ip not only the Los Angeles Times building, but also plot to blow up tlie Brown, and Mr. Me'lvin Tiffin. Frame. j The lesson taught was carried out PTnfTT A St. Paul despatch says: The laler in performance, in engagement of -Miss Rachel Hill, lvllicl> 'Mary Higinbotham, Muriel daughter to llr. and Mrs. .lau'cs HiR'nnotliam, Dorothy Stafford, Ara-' "This j Jerome Hill, 240 .Summit avenue, to I III' parenls and friend? When tho jury had left the. all of ivhniii were delighted with the is OIK' of .St. Paul's most prominent physicians. He completed his medical journed until 10 o'clock Monday ,nibni- DECIDE TO AWAIT NEW EXECU- TIVE BOARD AND RENEW NEGOTIATIONS IMPROVED1 TRAIN SERVICE .That the Ul'R the mteresrs of Lethhndse at heart is gathered from the information just to hand that beginning Jan 1st, an passenger service from tins citi to all Western Csn- aila points he inaugurated The train schedules, not be altcre.1 for the present, but the acaommoda- tion'of the traielling public mil be much better cateied to On tbe. No ll'castbouncl, and No S12 passenger tranib three oafe seats u ill be resetted, and maj bo booked at tlie local ticket office" PROFESSOR PANELLI MURDERED London, Dec 28-The Rome i .cor- respondent of the London Daily press wiies "It is reported on good, authority that Professor Panclli, the Italian commercial attache at Alex- andria and a number of his compan- ions have been murdered while tra Celling in Abissima j Defense Surprised "It was a great surprise to us" said Attorney Harding, for the defense. A very large number of Mrs. A. j Soiiibard's friends took the oppor- tunity of calling during the receivin titled to a great deal of credit the success of tbe event. I Wf, struggled throush this long trial "l-v of llllrinE receiving, in the presumption that ail those men I afternoon on the oc- i were innocent. Tbero caslu" "r llcr "rst "t homo i were innocent. There were more than 5 i a dozen of us attorneys. Wo talked ns shortly after thr to each defendant long, and earnestly! Mr- and we believed from what they told Mlss Kathleen Us they were Innccent. Ryan and the others declared again and again they were in absolute ignorance of Me- Namara's damnable dymamitings." "The government was well prepared to carry on its Perhaps .there never has been a trial of such inae-i i nitude in which the prosecution "Ss I ft" will gn to California for the balance festive air to Hie 'Hie hostess drawing room, welcomed her Port Arthur, Out, Doc. does not look now as If there 'would bo a [strike on Hie Port Arthur ami Fort IV.MlMam street railway. Tfie meeting (called last night to taltc a vote on the j question of a strike -adopted a resold- jlioii to postpone action until after tlie rear, when a new beard of inap- would be elected. Thoy will probably tnke up their grievances with tho new board, and thus ft appears thorn will be no open broach for some months at least. gui-sls wrarlns n Krcnchy goivn grey ddtfrd ninon bordered in Dres- years old. wn's killed wbile attempting to defend bis mother from the drunk- en fury of -Ills father John Williams, .it their home on the Tuskarora re so thoroughly prepared." "Our hope now is to obtain as light sentences as possible. We believe .'.iniiilay some of the mon will be given serve ic bodice and underskirt of jewelled I ice. I lather bad a shot gun trained Miss. Kathleen' Southard -wore a I dainty, wbilr and blue lingerie'frock. The dining table was centred with ''rcsi'lei1 "v" Kline, formerly nil organizer for tho carpenters union in Detroit and Tvclt- nioo. secertary of (be Call Torn i- ing Trades' Council, are the only men convicted who wore not members of tbe Iron Workers' Union. Tho marriage of .Miss Margaret f'ltzpatrick, youngest daughter of Sir Charles Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of, Canada, and I.ady Pitxpatriclt. io '.Mr. Montague One part ol lintieed oil io i croiim makes an excellent patent leu- aSjjaagsaaga i polish. I Mule, Ottawa, eldiT.t son of tho late n. A. llaic and lira. Hatn, Llm grandson of Sir Henry (Inlet, I has boon arranged io take place on I February 4, Asthma Catarrh WIIOOPIHG COI'CIIS SPASMODIC CROU B80IICIIITIS COUGHS COLDS CSTAHLIBHCQ tlia anllacnllQ Tapor, Iniplped mi :Hptlvehoohlet, etnd fur d ALL Trv r. it R a n r. n N n RITCHIE A REMARKABLE FIGHTER While Wllllo liitchie is not consid- ered a real lightweight champion by many of tho older school of boxing, principally, these fellows say. tiecaus be is not a great puncher, nqver'the less in many respects the conquero of Wolgast is- quite" a remarkable lighter. In the first pliico he is flv fed, seven and one-Imlt Inches tal which is som.i height for a ligh weight. .Battling'' Nelson hart thl same measurement, It will be re meinbored.' which is just ono incl bettor than that of Joo Cans. Ai Inch or two of height mils an oppon ent at a much greater disiidynntagr- than Is generally considered, for this forces nn opponent to ntrlko upward, thus causing him to lose much ol the power of his blows. Oiiii of the best things about Kltcblc la bis hands. Ilocontly 'tbn llishtwi'lslit ehampion and I'Yiink .Moran, tbe iHiavywolKbt, placed tlieir hands fiidc by side, anil it wns Ic-arn- od Unit Hltoblf'H were tin; Ini'iier, and that they were indeed formid- able weapons of nttiick. CHANCE IN A GREEDY GRAB Chicago, Dec 27-Prank -Chance -HI not manage the New Yoik Amerl. "n League club, unless he recedes he salaij he demands, and a percenf- ge of. the club's profits. The salarj, c says, Is the largest aver demanded by a manager of a ball club ID let- ter today to Charles urer of tbe Chicago gave the-first oe his negotiations with Frank Farrell o-ivner of the New York club To Get White Swan Yeait Cakei If yon can't, get 'vybtte S.wan. Cakes f-rom vour grocer, send jour name and we will'send free sample of White ..Swan Yeast Cakes irind.' tell .what grocer: In .your town keeps It V; hite Swa-. Spjces k Cereals, Limited, Toronto, Ont J nil on Top Every Time! Supreme above others in qual- ity raised by merit' alone to that proud erain- Alberta's Best Baking Powder is uniform; pure, is Invariably dependable. Your, gro- cer knows him. ;