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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE PAItY HBRAtO FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 19115 WEEK- SPECIALS Finest Dominion Shoulders 12 1-2 cents per lb., 8 to 12 Ibs. average Shamrock Creamery Butter, 65c Crystal Creamery Butter, 30c Special Graded Farmers Dairy Butter 25c per pound. Every pound guaranteed No. 1 Farmers' Dairy Butter, 2 Ibs. for 45c I We carry the largest supply of Fresh-killed MEATS in the city Buy where you are protected by the Pure Food Laws of Canada P. BURNS COMPANY LIMITED. Main Avenue South. Phones 412 and 13SS. Dominion 4th Avenue and 6th St. S. .Phone Ifwl. Palace Street North.. Phone 431. District Court Session A SWEDE CAPTURED London. June Renter dis- itch from Gothenburg says ihe steamer Torsten of captured Wednesday morning by German auxiliary cruker off the Is- land 0 fVinga. The Torsten was towed southward, presumably to Swinemunde. The steamer is said to FATE OFPEWE RAW RESTS 1H CONTINUED FROM FRONT P.AGE. Calls Zoetemnn Lijr After tho meeting, however, the ,uarrc.llng was resjimed, through Mrs. Coxson threatening lo horsewhip Miss haycock's mother. inter- fered and told Mrs. Coxsou that iioiits n woman he could not lilt her, hut lie could take it out of her husband. Coxsou then got Into his rig with .Mrs. Coxsou, and started to drive away, when Mrs. Coxson culled Zoeteman a Dutch liar, and Zoeteman responded by calling CO.NSOII :i coward. These liiirases were exchanged several times following the rig down the road, but after going a short way. Co.xsou stopped the rlK. apparently with the intention of getting out. Tserstog followed up Zoeteman, and on seeing him coining Mrs. Coxson said. "Here comes Teevstes." They then drove ou for a short distance. I'P 10 this time Coxson had not said a ford, but he then said lo Zoetetnan, Let us meat some other place." Zoeteinan said, "All rlsht, 1 am ready at anay lime." Coxson said. Barnaby's corner at 7 o'clock to- night Zoetemau said. "All right. Coxson then said, "Be sure and come alone." This was between 3.30 and 4 oclocK. After the incident Zoeteman did not seem to be put out. At six o'clockTie c-illed at Teerstes's house and stayed half au hour, and then apparently went on to keep the appointment. He was then in goon health and good hu- mor. He was a man that never drank. Trouble Over Money In cross-examination the witness admitted there had been trouble over a shortage of money at the school, when Coxsou took over the secretary- ship, and also over the delivery of some coal Coxson claiming only one load had been delivered, when two bad been charged for. These incidents, said witness, had not increased Cox- son's popularity with the Dutchmen in I'earce. Witness also admitted that outside the school house. Zoete- man, who was a much bigger man than Coxson, had clenched his fists and swung his arms around. He also stated that he did not think it clev- er or wise for Zoeteman to call Cox- son a. coward in the presence of his nd: haVe no cowhand on hoard. far the District Court has had an" unusuallv quick session this j month. Seven small debt cases and live debt cases which were on Ihe docket have already been dispos- ed of and except ior some criminal cases it is expected the sittmp will e-nl next week. The large debt cr.Ecs have been disposed of as. Larqe Debt Alliance Hail Assurance vs. Palm- MVarner Piano Co. vs. Montalbetti. j being arranged. (rival N'orih Insurance Co. vs. Steed, ft. Settled. Mctlaniels vs. Protzman. Dismissed Lucas5vs. ilunson. Settled during The following are the dispositions of the small cases Brown vs. Legg. Judgment ior nlaintin for claim and costs. Owea vs. Xeilson. Judgment 'plaintiff ior claim and costs. Hoaglin vs. .Bowe. Set over Sentehibrr sittings. White Sheetz. 578.55 and costs. Poapst vs. Poole. merit. Carpenter vs. Mclntosh. Discontin- ued. Hocr vs. Hannigan. Judgment for SSo and costs to "plaintiff. Hollowach vs. Warsari. Dismisses. lor till Judgment ior Consent judg- Chas. H. Connor, city solicitor of St. Catharines, Ont., ior sixteen vears, passed away in his fifty-ninth Our Refutation in Sau- sage is Still Maintained Pure Pork Sausage, 20c Ib. 2 Ibs for 35c No. 1 Dairy Butter, 2 Ibs. 45 cents WESTMINSTER MEAT MARKET PHONE 1O5S SPRING LAMB CHOICE VEAL What could be finer or more temptiii.a' for your Sunday Pinneri We have been able to seruc.e some very Choice. .Stock in these-lines.and guarantee the quality. We ,'imve- installed new refrigerators, improved our delivery service and are able to jrivc excellent service in every way. DELANYS LIMITED PHONE 452 GET THE HABIT 1 1111 SIMPSON'S SATURDAY SALES Read carefully the List of Reduced Prices for this Week-end Sale 42 INCH RATINE COTTON SUITINGS REGULAR 65c. SALE PRICE Questioned with regard to Zoete- an's temper, Teersteg admitted he ad seen him in a temper once, and ounsel for the defence then proceed- 1 to go over certain incidents in liich it was said that Zoeteman had jown considerable temper, and of- red to fight. Although Teersteg enled being a witness to any of lese affrays, he admitted, after some reasure that he had heard most of ,eni had happened.... Several rather ot passages passed between Mr. Mac- Teersteg, jvho admitted he c a great friend of Zoeteman. which nded in Mr Macleod asking witness there 'Was any particular reason hv he remembered everything that ade Zoeteman an admirable man, hile he forgot everything in favor of censed. Apparently Unarmed Questioned with regard" to his iasl nterview with -witness ad milled that. Zoeteman asked him for a evolver or pistol, as he did not trust. oxson. He did not have one, how ver, and Zoeteman went away ap- arenlly unarmed. Layeock, the school mistress ave her version of the school meet ng which was practically a corrob ration of Teersteg's evidence. In cross-examination, however, sh tated she did not remember seem, oateman swinging his arms about 3he also said to her knowledge Zoete lan did not break up a baseball gam ast year between Pearce and ib< Hudson's Bay Co. from Macleou, al hough this evidence is contradicte( by another Crown witness. Boy Gives Evidence Barnaby, a school boy, wh ast saw Zoeteman alive, stated tha learinz a fighl ivould take place h got onllis father's barn to witness th irooeoure. He said he first sa; Zoeteman ride .un and get off hi lorse and tie it up. He then walke nto a din and soon after he saw Cox son ride up from the opposite direc ion. and go into the dip, and ver shotl'ly he heard a gun shot and saw Coxson riding away again. In cross-examination, however, I admitted that Zoeteman ivas waitm n the dip for some time. Several other witnesses were calle ivho gave evidence of being on tn spot before Zoeteman was taken the hospital, all ot whom ivere closer questioned by the Crown as to whetr er they saw any knife or other wea on on'the ground, but all of them em phatically stated they did not. Dr Saunders gave evidence ot tn cause of death, which he said was