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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LE .Y UKR.M.V) TUESDAY, JUNK 1920 PiriTII nr fill III Tri b OhfllH OF 1HN !r ULnlll Ul JUllll 1LL1LIU The i (if tlio of Wednesday !r.a '.be moving uf liail been ulthoul mis hap of uTiy Mud MI! Hint wo but fw of nquest Adjourned for Report of, Analysis of Contents of Stomach. (Special to i'ne ticraldl FRRMK. June the adjourn-1 ad silting of Ltw cortmet's inquc-st up i on, tho cause of the death ot John Tejfer. held Friday nish; iht- pro- court there were: two isew ciamintvl, railway employee ou.thc gaus n: vhich lie v.as forcmais. F, I steam who; an (he sieam shovel t-nsinc1 the' sravel pit r.eai v here Tiie first prjark." %YRS ro- ithins II? j ho had made f i tlisi'OVfTCd. and lu w Nailed but by ih 1 at tho firf Lee TiMfpr hail j filun'lnj, !h'.- inH'tcr pii rcivi'Aril etory as 10 hav-] j ing cleared out iVit; rouin en Iho day '-he drc sml diw.ppcanu.ee f Tclfov. j TJus iras ruuni ws.irr.ir :r ft tSo fro i-.v-l i he pi-f ilivc thai ho hail the tamp the fore and was suie ttat '-o V.ad c-crc-'iv-j i r 1 tiiA burner on the lamp sccurvlv, I ii to it fnssibl- ihul thf have JiKci-ked off itiv lamp when U fell from thti j t-i floi-r, tu ihx.l j j in bis opinioa ibat v-'-niM be irayos-1 been wilh nearly all of slblc: ravist hRte removed il.j day before ihe Thursday n'elst wbcu and the (act the iinip bowl wns j Telfer disappeared. Ifi itc ereiuiiE, fyuctf in place, the in an-j ifter working hours ttip witness f.lai- yndfr btni acd ibc chimney 3ii that he bad scsn Teller in bis room j still in another Bpice diatatice (rotn i at tbe Elk hotel, anJ ibat Telfer ba-.l 1 eUhc-r and uot broken wks ineyplain' for bis supper to be brought up i able to to room. This t-orrobontles i-i-j Mr. vras alto recAHwl but] tell's excepiins thut Ou" ruil stuck to btr story in llie main, j nun was positive lhat ti was re-asserMn? tbai ibo bedding, except- WednesJay ineiead of Tburs-jmf the ithourni portion ot tbe mat- day night as Label! bud stated. ress was r.ot remoreit from ihe room her Mr. SENIOR Grove, is J. H. N'oiUon ot l.___ Miss Fiktiuy Cocmbs 1'" relumed i from a prolonged ftnv in t'uleary. Mrs. Anderson has recently retina- i ed (rom where hss j been attending hor during _ her Mrs. Harold ac-i compamp.d her mother. j j H. hai iatt return- OTTAWA. June Canadla ed from i nine, months: sojourn lu seuan Saturday Jol Anjetet. Cat. White there te nUK.d- td ,hr rommcnB itl ed Ihe Slate University cf Southern lho A California and received S diploma in phf.rmacr. He also attained a rertt- Creek who haa been wl'h Ms lu BO. nturned TuesJay U'st lu look af'.er his affairs here. i VICTIMS GOT ESTATE a rquidcrcr to th9 heirs ana assails rl RBCiiXA. Kask.. June the the murderer's Tlelto. lu April, first time in the hisU'ry c( the courts i Pierre Cullloux stiot sad killed Jean of SnsXaichevisr. a ratification or] Mario Bourhla and father. He was St ATp j Ft'ttieiuont has been iusde u to hanx Octt.-ucr 101.S but ml (of the Cuiirt cf Klng'p lleneh thu sculenfe was cormmiied I IV I Rite the proreeds o! th.5 property lo glvo I'wriiv lo Caw-da ORAJN STOCKS fnliow- Andersen Passed Awav Bcldvctl and Kespectcd By All. -The witness. Kosslund was sure that there was nothing of a serious nature 'extatiug between Telfer and thtj train boas, McPhadeu or any ethers of the officials with whom Telfer worked. He paid Telfer was in'the IIPFI until the following Saturday; thus conflicting with the evidence of the jiorter and the young mau who stat- ed that he had assisted in removing most of the bedding from the room immediately after the ere had been exilnsuiabeJ. As the report of the provincial analyst was not at hand. Coroner j Thomson adjourned the slttiDg. in- i forming the juryraeu and the 'public ihat as BOOH he had receded the report from the coast regarding Ih3 analysis ot thd contents of the stom- ach' he would call the jury together .Although effort is made by the police lo unrarpi the mystery Bunouadiug Telfer's disappearance, and Sherwood Herchmer la watching iUe proceeding clOKly, nothing has yet been discovered which would glre the slightest clue as lo Just how John Telfer came to his death OQ fate- ful nfght at Blko. ArT additional war trophy In the form of a 7Jm Germac gun hai baon received at Ingereoll. SAVES FUEL rAm SUGAR 'The -prpUsras of Kouse- keeplnj inihese troublous lihtened by Bfsetfit; a real whole wheat asKiready-to eat Contains the natural sweetness of tise whole wKscft to at top-notch tee crisp little loaves hot milk or hot water and a satisfying, meal zi a cost of a few cents, .CANADA'S BEST FLOUR MAKES BAKING DAY EASY AND ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION ONE BAG WILL CONVINCE YOU ASK FOR AN OGILVIE COOK BOOK HANDLED BY ALL GROCERS (From Own CARD3TO.V, June Wednes- day one cf Cardstbn'B -oldest and meat respected i-IUzeiis passed ai Ihe ripe ago of 92. :.Mr. Johanas A-Uderson was born in and migrated to the V. S. when a young man living in FarratnxUm, I'lah and subsequently remoyins tu "Xiberta., CauniJi. He In tie plonesr-i of Cardston. lie arrlvod vilh tie rtrst coiuiiany and selected a piece off land Just joining the, town on the soutb and tcgan farming. H is said I that he ueier.nad a crop failure, be-1 cause (IB always said 'Til cultivate, the soil." Ho has been connected with the and development of Ihis district and ohrays readv to help lu anything tliat woiild teod to ad- vance the interest growth o! the community. He was a kind and lov- ing father, a of cit- izenship, a true member of the cburch 10 which lie had been a mem-} ber BO many years. He leares a .wile ncd a larsa family of grown children. He was the father of nine sons and seven daughters. 102 grandcbtldrea and 15 great grandchildren Henry Anderson, Cash Valley, Utah; Edward Anderson, Idaho; Joseph An- de'raon. Idaho; Chas; Aiider- lon, e'aeh Vallny, Utah; James H.I Anderson, Weizer, Idaho, T. A. A'ud-J erson, Curdstoa, Alberta; Sara'O.I Auderaoo, Weizer, OMon, Moses and Spencer al! ot Cardston; Carllne Neilsou, Hannah Geddleman, Bliia Archibald, Ahiile B..Steed. Mary lon'. KfBe McClung, Tccna Ijeish- man all ot Cardston. Tie funeral services were held in I the SUkc Tabernacle untlor the direc- tion ot Bishop C. Burt or the Cardston First Ward. Music was fur- nished by the choir, witi S. S.' N'ew- ton, conducting.. ..'.'IWhcn .tha Clortous Lieht of "Conie. Come Te was sung' and T. Puce- offered the Henry L. a friend re- laled'many incidents showins.the true ciaracter of tlie deceased. Few men have lived so long and- accomplished "so much good and sot such a noble r example. JJany acts ,of kindness and ol material teen re-' corded in the "Boolt of Lite." J. A. Hammei, the only sur-', viror of the original company thai: entered Cardston 33 years ago. said; he knew brother Anderson for his Integrity, honesty and faithfulness; and eiortc'd to follow Ihe example ho set us. Mrs. I.exle Burton sang, "I Know That My Redeemer Lives." i Martin Woolf, M.P.F., knew Bro. Anderson before coming to Caruslon. bartig- taught many oft hla children while teaching school in Utah. Anderson always ted the hungry, gave !o tho poor, isolated hi building school aurl meeting houses and helping wlien- r help was needed. He has gone to n well-earnoU rest and entitled lo 3 Elorions resurrection. The choir sang, "Oh, My Father." Pree. Thos. Duco Bald no roan ever filled the injunction of Our Saviour more when lie said your ligiit so ebine that others seeing your good vrorks may. be led to glorify our Father in Heaven." Surely Bro. Anderson's work should load us all to glorify God. He s-jrely is blessed for. he died in tho Lord, baring fought the good fight. Free. K. J. Wood ?aid surely it !s the passing of a great and good man. Hfi lived an honest, honorable and useful life. His motto was to produce not to accumulate.. He made.no obli- gations that he could r.n't meet, Closing hymn, "Karewall All Earth- ly Honors." Benediction by II. A. Coomba, Interment in city cemetery. The military hand rendered appre- ciative music Vhile the body was be- ing carried lo the Tabernacle. The mcmbora of the High I'riests' Quorum attended in r_ body. Tie pallbearers were: W, II. Cnldwell, Mark B. ll.v.or, Bdvard Leavltt, John I.ayne. Scott Hlnraan, ThOE. A. Oregson. Major H. Brown Is in Provo, IHah, taking a short course at the H.Y.U. Mrs. 1. M, Coomhs hps rctnrncrl from liurdett where 'she spcu', last feck visiting friends anrl relatives. U'liitn there she attended the iv 1 rocopllon of her brother-ln-lav.v Mr. W. T. Klctclicr and Mrs.'.Nellie Hunt The monthly Priesthood meeting of the Stakn. ronveucri at Card- i slon last Sntunlny. Business of Im- 1 linrlanco relative lo church disciple i was transuded. I The Second Ward choir entertains! .Ihe nit-mbors nt Ihe Kirjt c'nolr the Second Wiiril .-hapcl Friday evening. A vcty enjoyiiMe time In rc- rorterl. KofroHlimonts were served. Jack, the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Oland fell anrl broke his arm. F'ickup attended the Injury. He is doing Tiicols-. Mrs. R. was surprised by several members of her family Irom M.tKralb. The owrnion was the dnniveraary of lirt Wrtlnlay, Mr. Kltoii ot Utlibridse. lie- livurtil a very Inttrealing lecture Sim. dny (.vonlni? thu TuliRrnarle Mrs. 1 WISXIFEC. Jur.f public terailnM cletalcrs at For'. liam auj Port Artliur on June !5, ifcclpts anil shipmentf