Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1314 the house well without burning all the coal you can buy. Gives steady' even heat, on least fuel. See the McCJary dealer or write for booklet. Sold by Geo. E. Dixon Co. Might Have Escaped But Re- mained to Die CONTINLED FROM FRONT PAGE he commended lo the minis- ler'i, hands lor delnerv. A tiny plant, mth drooping rid flow gift irom "Mr Heenev .1 shoi Krafchenko Confession Winnipeg, July is a state- ment given .out last night by Rev W. 11. just before he entered the death cell, where lie remained with the condemned man until he be- gan the srim. journey .to the scaffold. It -is marked "The confession oi John Krafctanko It is the- first direct statement Ktafcheuko has submitted in detail iv of in? surroundiliEb at the t.me Uink Manawr Arnold w is killed The con iaic tanned man related it to his spir itual adviser. To tl e last he mam tainpd. that- he did not lire the latal the card which his clerical friend was io earn with it to his a! to 31r shot: Utah, but I did not care to take and as Ins reason his and respect lor -Hccney and W had taught him It was ,ust an spoon, and bevona a b "Editor: is John's special HE 1HHSTED mpest that I should make known to escape he said his version oi the Plum Coulee bank could have had t robbert ;and murder Bneih ,t is Follows He said 'I intended torch the bankvbut not until for the simple -reason -.that on that day it was likely to receiver a consign- ment of-cash. I staMng with met this" man, who is an old so, ing on n tne end and a few scratches, vr hieh Vnere it had come in contact xnth the wards oi the -was nothing to show what Kraichen- to, expert locksmith he was, had wit-h it "The unias- myself. But first I told him he was ties held In the TJnt'ed States Dav ...._.. ,j ttat the robben sopnjto be committed He told Heenev, oi course, merely a demonstration It iiis proof to me that he could have gone had he distance to get bis gun I told him Dished DIED CHRISTIAN jiook. out of the thing 1 want to make clear% other, man lookin to -stop right there, turn and T n through the r VASSIL DELMEGE The collection clerk ot the Merch- ant's Bank, is oharscil with stealing 0' 00 Iroi vf-e b ink funds. A young woman Mi? who been trav- eling aroma wi h the his wife time to tie jn to see him ami they such strenuous love scenes tlie oihcials decided to take Dehaegc io the Bordeaux for he was dead, picked up the made up the laic the chiiRh The other-'man entered the v automo- bile upposite the livery ham, it slowed up and 1 entered it near Ibc church. The left the auto mobile and McTavisb :aud I went on further Mm seems at a to account for where the bullet- came from, lie that it must been fired either by the other inan, .or by .bird accomplice, who was cory.'ealed in the house, vhieh TFV soiuC Kttlo distance from the bant. An Expert's View of Show ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE afraid to do it', so I entered the bank enport's Brilliahtine' ofr. Acme, the r "other man remained out- beautifully balanced stylish filly of t great qualitv and finish took first, 'I told Arnold that the robben though hard pressed Jurelle, s best a shgatlj draftier was sopo to uc uuiutuiLiLu iit if.u s oesi a sagaii} araiuer me I was.'a crook and should be in excelled the Davenport the peniteaiiarr and '.moved a little Huv SOmewhat in breast, shoulders Lane.'s two fillies, and spring .of rib. uiic j-ttlB OtitcF" man looting iDiuuga tiitj said Mr Keener, "that John Krai-i windoWj saw what wis going on and chenko died a Christian, nothing.can Came in j hjm to search tbe _te more satisfacton to me person-j d d he ulck about lt u than his spiritual condition." so T then told him to go tojand a Iarser> WORD FOR THE PRESS- 'the safe, but he could not get lhe.otner sho'v'n- "You can tell the Krai- safe said it was lock chenko said to me, continued the, ed. I told tie other man to stand ctefsvman, "that I have more nerve; guard over Arnold. I opened the safe, than eter I had But it is nervs of; then the other man took out all the Lena and Dot, as neur alike as peas, stood third and fourth, and the first four were a uniform Upy quart Grant s Black Carolina came is the oldest of the lot, draftier than any a different kind. It is nerve based on mv faith in God. it to fcecoma known that I have a stronger cour- age and bigger nene than I had .in fthe court room at Itfordea. You tell iheni from -me that this is a nerve that the other did not have an atom .ilUu.u of chance w itli It u> based on my be- through the Front d smashing ui puces, picsrnting lo jou bejoml a doubt the most generous savings eiei featured by this 01 an> othei store in this city, and the biggest moncjs woilh your dollars bought. You have onlj to consider the appended list to satisfy yourself of the genuineness of the splendid bargains, for these are supported b> an army of other equally attractive savings, and are only representative of the lovveiing-of- priees you ntaj here on Fridaj and Saturday throughout every department of the store. SpeciaUy Purchased Voile Waists Values worth up to 40 Some Crepes included all of very Jatcst style, beautifully 1 made arid perfect titling; high collars, long or short sleeves; made Tvith drop shoulder and front or back.yoke. Sizes 34 to -H; Ladies' Cambric Drawers 25c Worth up to 45c Made ot splendid quality Cambric, tucked leg, finibhtd with hemstitch- ing. SpeciaUy Purchased Ratine Hats Values worth up to Verv cool and lor the warm sununei becoming shapes cool ami comfortable, washable, serviceable and extremely moderate in price. Excellent Quality Hosiery excel- Fine Swiss Embroidery- JOG Worth up to 20c Edgings and Inberbons; ;n lent vdth up to foui dainty designs. Newest Crepe and Linen Suitings Values worth up to 45c yard A splendid collection of these dainty summer Wash Goods, in- cluding a great variety of choice in some of the most popular weights shown for this season. All washable and suitable for present styles. Wash Belts 35c Worth up to Goc White and dainty colors with neat pearl buckle, all excellent values. Long Silk Gloves S5c Regular value All colors included, extra heavy silk witli double tipped fingers. The balance of the Coat stock 1-3 off ALL AROUND Worth up to 35c Bo) V and Gnls' line Scliool Hose, all sizes six to len Inches, splendid lo Silk Lisle Hose 35c Worth up to 60c Ladies' vith linen mixture heel ami toe, vcij elastic leg, tail, black and white. Dainty Crepes and Cotton Bedfords 35c Values worth "p tti 65c A special clqartyig lot representing moat unusual ana con taming many of thi most desirable wenves and colorb or me season, pr'tee'-allowing-savlngs ol fully bne-Uiird actual value. Wash Collars 15c Worth up to 35c Neat stock collars in various de- signs, mostly while and dainty colors Long Lisle Gloves 50c Going at Bargain Prices Including all our slock without any reserve. The now ripple and flare coats together with all the more staple styles -suitable for small, medium and extra largo women to -It and -Hi. Colors navy, grey, lilack, new nine, cardinal, tan, beautifully made and perfect fitting. Regular 75c value Fine silk lisle, splendid "to wear, shown ill all colors and sizes. Our entire stock of Silk and Cloth Dresses 1-3 off Without any reserve, included in this sale And the colluctioir presents acme very linndsoinii styles In the very best models of tae season, but all must bo cleared (limns tlio season for which liie.v were .bought and we've made the price low enough to be sure of their quick sale. New Style Corsets St.50 Worth up to Perfect lilting models shown in all up U> hu, splendidly made mid unusual value. Union Suits 55c .Worth up to 90c Fine Ilslo ribberl goods with elaborate trimming 'of hand crochet laco, all regular sizes. Cambric Gowns 95c Worth up to Slip-over or buttoned front styles, daintily trimmed witili lace or embroidery. Lisle Vests 25c Worth up to 45o Extra, line quality goods beau- tlfully trimmed and finished, all remarkably cheap. Best Hair Nets In all colors With or without- elastic, cxtrii sixes In splendid wearing umill- ties. Turkish Towels .Worth 40c -f.ariio vsry' heavy towels splendid to wear, excellent Val- uo.n. House Dresses S1.75 Worth up to lliirtc of good wearing Cham- bray in all colors, sizes range iili 'to '4-1. Kitchen Aprons 55c Worth, iip ta 20e Large all-over Aprons In checked .Giughain, all wash col- ors. Clearing out all Tailored Suits 1-3 off Regular Sizes' for small, medium and large womori Included In this sale III navy, black, greys, tann, new blues, etc. All new styles-tljiu.season and featiired for Friday and Saturday at less Umn cost-for a fliml tlean up. A special collection of Muslin and Wash Dresses 1-2 price arc priced unusually low.