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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Monday, March 14, 1010. A CHANCE FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN The boy or girl fifteen years of age or under, attending school who writes the best advertisement tor our business to fill this space, will receive For the second and third best advertisement each. Send all advertisements to he Manager, Advertising Department, Herald, who will act as judge. All advertisements must be at the Herald office before 5 o'clock Tuesday, March 15th, THE PIONEER LUMBER CO, LTD. The Best Tea is ALL HANDS WORKING I FOR A SETTLEMENT ioA is the best value because it is richer, more fragrant and healthful than other teas, It sloes much further. It costs no more. ___TfiJack, Miied and Natural Green, 4Dc, 5Uc, 60e and 70e per Ib. Federal, State, Municipal and Business Authorities on the Job CONVICTED OF HORSE STEALING Close of One of a Series of -Very Important Crim- inal Cases SUNLIGHT With half the labor, and at half the cost of soap, Sunlight docs the whole washing in half the time, yet without injuring the most delicate fabric. it the Sunlight way. Follow the WLIC EXCITEMENT in The Delayed Trial of "The Enchantress" Philadelphia, .March the federal government interested, ,the j National Civic iFederation appealed to fir assistance and nearly every: trade aroused to action, all Phil- opes that the general move- ment started yesterday to end the big labor conflict will speedily bring about the desired end. This is the] day of the street car men's strike and" the eighth of the Red Deer, Alta., the special sittings oi the Supreme f'ourt itoday J. F. Dubois of i Hand Hills was found guilty of theft of two i horses, thc property of Stewart and deferred. P. J. Nolan, K. C., Cal- gary, and C. L. Dune of Red Deer, Lifebuoy Soap 5s delightfully re- freshing for bath or toilet. For wish- ing underclothing it is unequalled. CJeanses and purifies. GRAVE ROBBERS Venice. March remark- i CTrilT able scense of public excitement f mil I long delayed trial of Countess Maria v Nicolaeoma for the murder of Count .Maniarowskl began yesterday. With I ihe Countess, her maid, Elsie Perier, and her alleged accomplices were also placed in the The. gondola j which carried them from their prison to court was followed by an astonish-! ing procession of gondolas and motor j boats, loaded down with curious peo-j pie. The court room was crowded with leaders of society, men and wo-' I men, all anxious to catch a glimpse j [of the countess, who is popularly! [represented the crown. The accused was defended by T. M. Twcedie, Cal- gary, and A. A. McGillivray, Stettler '.general walk out in support of the Mr; Justicc Scott presided.' I trolley men's cause, and neither side! of the controversy shows and dispel Judgment was also given in the sition co yield. j casc a8ainst Dubois of two I horses from a Stettler man named [Truchot which occupied the attention OL the court during the past week. Accused was found not guilty. Tae hearing of the charge ot thc theft of Women Cannot be Strong and Healthy Unless the Kidney8 are Well. Weak, or j first sign of Kidney Trouble. Under ordinary they oujhl to be and ready to burdens of lift. It u hard to do housework with weak and aching back. from kidneys, and what a lot of troubU aiok kidneyi But they can't help it. If work w put OB them than they ean stand it M aol Io be wondered that they fet out of Weak back U simply a warainc from the kidneyi and should attended to immediately so M to avoid of iufferinf from kidney troubles. Doan's Kidney Pills will you in K same way as they cured thousands Mothers. L Miss B. OariM, Stonay Creek, Ont., was troubled with kidney trouble (or several back was weak, I had such Urribls head- aches, and was so restless I could not lifts? at nicht and triad everything without any benefit. Meantime a friend advised me to try Doan's Kidney Pills, so I go! four boxes and they completely cured ma. THREE DUEIS I now feel as well as I ever did and would advise everyone suffering from Kidney Diseaw to try them." Price 50 cents box, or 3 for at all dealers or The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. la ordering ipecify "Doana. two steers, the property of the Hatte CLARESHOLM PERJURER Icy Ranch Co., commences tomorrow morning. In this case Dubois had SENTENCED TO TWO YEARS 8 Italian Gets Himself in Hot Water .Kome> .March a result of us- ins the names of two noblewomen in called "The Enchantress." The murder occurred In August, j a stormy debate in the chamber of and since that time the Count-! deputies, Eugenic Chiesa, a well LOSE LjVWYER I ess 'Maria 'has been in close confine-j known republican deputy, must light j ment. but it was -seen tihat these two! three duels. Count Giacomo Morando, years in prison had not marred her i a nephew of one of the women, and i been'found not guilty by Mr. Justice'; iMarch Dea, ilBeck at the October Court, but on of ClareshoLm. charged with inciting the application oi the Crown a new i to commit perjury, pleaded guilty in trial was ordered' by thc court en the district court before Judge Car- jbane. There are two other charges j pc-mer on Monday, and was sentenced i against Dubois to be disposed of in addition to those already mentioned. Fisher, of Markville, who pleaded guilty to unlawful killing of sheep was sentenced to four months in the Calgary guard room. to two years in the Edmonton tentiary. Kaphel Balligo, charged with horse- stealing, and John Pearson, charged with false pretences, appeared on, 1 Tuesday. Both deferred their elec- i tions. II. N. GALER 18 beauty. Nor did the open curiosity of which she was the object, nor her trying po- sition in the least affect her wonder- ful control, and she returned the scru- tiny of the crowd with perfect cool- Austrian Baroness Siemens on -the. ness. She was fashionably dressed and wore a lavish display of valuable jewelry. Her associates in the alleg- ed crime, the lawyer, Prilzkoff, -who Counsellor Withdraws from Their Case Great Falls, March W. F. O'Leary announced yesterday that he had withdrawn as counsellor for Alice Lutz and Ed. Locker, ar- rested several days ago as alleged accessories in the Conrad grave robb- ine case, and that Attorneys Bennett and Bern- had been retained to look after the interests of the Lutz wo- Who will he retained to ap- pear for Locker is a matter of con- jecture. .Just when the man and woman will be arraigned seems to be a question thatwill only be solved iby time alone j sa{ talent jn Italy, their advocates numbering no fewer than twenty-six PRESIDENT Generals Sprudente and Fecia are the challengers. Signor Ohiesa addressed an interro- gation to rhe government on what he asserted was the influence of the' BIG GRAIN SHIPMENTS FROM HIGH RIVER Italian army by reason, as he alleg- ed, of ber acquaintance with the late Lieut.-General Saletta, chief of staff, and afterwards with General Fecia, Of British American Suc- ceeding; A. C. Fliim- merfelt Mr. H. N. GaSer, vice-president of the International Coal and Coke Co., the Royal Collieries and the British had been her family lawyer in dl-ithe commander of the grand manoeu-, American Trust Co-> respectively, .has voree proceedings and her adoring iivres. slave, Dr. Paul Naumoff, a son of a! General Pruflente, undersecretary of Ivieff were refused to answer the deputy, former governor as assumed the presidency of the latter in-stitution, succeeding Mr. C. High River, March to the present time there has been bushels of grain marketed at this point, which is -100.000 bushels behind the shipments last year this time. Without doubt there is .an enor- mo us amount to be shipped before the new crop is threshed, and It is still believed that this year's ship- ments will exceed those'of last year. There is no scarcity of cars and nei- her tlie elevators or the farmers have any kick coming in that line. BRAYING JUST ARRIVED twenty head ol young work 1250 to 1450 in Catl up Phones: J 034 Residence 1204 rs Sale Stables Wood Street. Lethbridge HAY AND GRAI FOR SALE Ripley Bros. Hardware Eurniture BRAYING And General Team Work COAL ORDERS promptly at tended to. at l L The Lethbridge Land and Coal Co. Jewelry Engraving and Repairing o A. Flumerfelt of Victoria, who resign- unmoved and gave evidences of j hereupon Chiesa heaped insults on: ed Qn accoun, of pressure of other him and the army, and also said that j busjness the Duchess Lilta had been a great great mental strain. The countess and her alleged K0cr io favorite of the late King Humbert, complices have secured the best ie- r T1 r-tf It? n tinll O1K7 AT although it is stated by one of the torneys in the case that the matter might be thrown into the district court at any time, which will do away with all the preliminary work in justice court. Rumors in regard to sensational developments are still numerous and distinguished lawyers. GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT OF C.P_.R. COMING HOME. London. .March the pas- sengers on the C. P. R. liner Empress y Morando, who Is a nephew ..of the duchess, immediately noxed Chi- eas's then he and Generals Fecia and Prudente challenged Chiesa to combat it was stated on the best of author-! Ireland, which sailed for Halifax j and'St. John to-day was Mr. H. D. An- ity last evening that developments are liable to occur at any time. C. P. R. WILL LIKELY BUILD MORE STEAMERS London. (March is a ru- mor that the C. P. R.'s Empress steam- ers will make Fishguanl as their port of caM on this side of the Atlantic, while there is another rumor that the C. P. R. intends building two addition al steamers of greater size and speed that the Empresses. SUPPORTING THE UNIONS nable, who for the past nine years has i been general freight agent for the C. j P. R. in London. A large number of j Mr. Annable's persona! friends assem- j undersigned business men bled at Euston station to bid him bon thc of Lethhridge, Province voyage. license. I oi Alberta, Canada, believe thai the -------------------------j various unions of the said city are Thc Chief of Police has received an making only a fair demand for a enquiry from New York city asking smaii raise in wages, and, in view of how many picture shows there are ia it he. advanced prices of certain neccs- Lethbridge and asking the amount of shies of life, believe in equal rights 'to all and special privileges to none and we will give our united support ;to the advancement of any condition Uvhich is a benefit io the Laborer and Mechanic. I. Pierce, A. Maxwell, B. E. Sharp, F. Lever, B. B. McGregor, T. McGregor, P. A. McGillwray, Ray F.vans, A. M. Laficrty, W. has resided in Spokane for rhe past few years, but lu-reafter will make his headquarters in Vancouver. Mr. Fiumerfelt will still retain his interest in the com- pany, and will be chairman of the board. Mr. Gi-.ler promises to be a strong addition to tlie financial world of this city. He received his early training in an eastern bank, and later remov to British Coiumhifi. filling for many years the position of assistant reneral manager of the Granby Con- solidated .Mining and Smelting Com- pany of Grand Forks. After the com- pany had entered the ranks of the dividend payer Mr. resigned to direct management of the Inter- national Coal and Coke company whose colliery at Coleman. Alta. is now maintaining a daily output of 1IUOO tons, and has paid dividends for the past four years. Prince Joachim, of Prussia, young- est son of the Kaiser, has decided to enter the navy on his graduation from the School of Pion. Sheet Music and Musical Supplies MciNTYRE ERICKSON Electroplating a Specialty Cranbrook.....B.C. Phone 121 Armstrong Ave. Coal, Ice and PRAYING j Western Transfer Co. J LONG BROS.Proprietors Office nftxt Arcade Phone 11R3 THE STANDARD PLUMBING CO. Steam and Hot Water Heating Get our Prices. They will interest you. 1 Ring Up: 701 when you want DRAYING done promptly and Satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE PHONE 485 R. C. McCLURE S. KNAPMAN UNRESERVED Spokane of the North I I 1 :n I Auction Sal -IN- Boils and Pimples. Whenever your complexion ie unnat- The undersigned has received instructions from J. C. GRAVES and A. L. PATTERSON to sell by Public Auction at LETHBRIDGE, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 15th At One O'clock Sharp THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE HORSES: I 1 1 The Inland Empire ot Canada New Townsite on Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. FORT GEORGE Geographical Center of British Columbia and of the larircst un- developed area of good land on continent. At .junction of Great, Rivers' Headquarters for Stoawrs. plyinrr thousands of miles North. South, East. West.' Half way between Edmonton and Prince Rupert, pate-way to irreat Xechaco, Bulkier, .Pence River. Skeena iind other valleys. Initial offering of inside lots on easy terms. Title truaranteed and insured by rhe Province of British Columbia. today for free maps and official information about Cen- "tral British Columbia. pimples, when boils and festering sores abound then your blood is bad. You can best it with that purely vegetable compound, Burdock Blood Bitters, which safely and promptly ren- ovatea the blood entire system. Natural Resources Security Co. yt WINCH VANCOUVER, B. G. H. Johnson, John TavSor, W. H.We- ural, your skin in an unhealthy ,T i TO IT face covered TMtn her, Galvin and Hat field, J. S. Ev- J...... Urns, J. W. Grass, J. T. Graham, j Robinson and Morden (per II. K. Ro- Ritchie and Meredith (per i A. M. C. G. dander, J. S. Johnson. Ernest Parsons. W. L. Wil- 'son, T. A. Easton, W. P. J. Anex- andor, David King, Golden West Real-- :ty Co. (per A. J. I. Eakin 'Jt Co. (per L. H. A. Mc- .Killop Co., Thc Hick Hardware Co. i (per F. Craddock and Viner E. The Davidson Me- tal Co. (per T. R. Mr. James White. Hayr Bros., McKclvie ;and McGnire, R. W. Wallace. A, Mac- 'donaHl Co. (per A. M. A. Easton, C. Steel, Lethbridgc Sport- ing Goods Co. (per M: G. ;Kerr. Cox and Scholl, Thc Good Co. (per IT. R. P. Burns anh Co., IB. L. Rewttfr, Fred GowT Jas. Fisk, N. Schweitzer. AMn Rinlry, F. Ger- man, Pichc and Miron, Macleod Bros., A. Southard, Lethhridge Herald Print 'ing Co. (per J. E. E. Mr. C. A. Museen, Alta., writes: "I recom- mend Burdock Blood Bit- ters as being the best blood f purifier there ia. About three years ago I wat greatly troubled with boils and our drug- gist advised me to try Burdock Blood Bitters after taking two bottles I U: have not had boil or even a pimple." i 1 span heavy draft mares, matched, rising 5 yr. old pair geldings, rising o years old. 1 heavy draft gelding, rising 5 years old. 1 draft mare, rising 6 years old. 1 draft gelding, T years old. I mare, 7 years old. I span match mares, rising 5 years old. 1 mare, rising 4 years old. 1 draft mare, rising 6 years old, in foal. 3 standard bred mares, rising -i years old. 1 -standard bred gelding, rising 4 year old. 2 standard bred geldngs, rising n years old. 2 standard bred mares, rising 5 years old. 1 span of matched blacks, weighing about 2800 Ibs. 1 carriage mare, black, rising I years, well broken a-nd quick. 1 span brown mares, matched, rising 6 years old. 1 span matched geldings, rising 6 years old gray color, i span hackney mares 6 and 7 years old, broken to single and double. 1 span mares, S years' old in foal to a heavy draft liorse. 1 span matched geldings, rising 7 years old. 1 span matched goldings, rising 8 years old. ba.v eeldins, years old. 1400 Ibs. 1 gelding S years old. I bay gelding 7 years old. I bay gelding, 8 years old. 1 heavy draft gelding rising 4 years old. 1 brown gelding, S years old. 1 heavy draft, filly, 9 months old. if t Cured. Mr. J. Morehouse, Zca- i land Station, N.B., writes, j "My face and neck were covered with pimples, and I tried all kinds of rcme- x dies, but they did me no good. I went to many doctors, but they could not cure me. I then t nod Burdor k Blood Bitters and T must say it is a won- derful remedy for the cure of rumples For sale by all dealers. Man only by The T. Milbura Co., Toronto, Ont. i Sale to be held MR. J. G. GllAVES' SALE BARNS AND 8TOCK YARDS on West side of Farmers' Feed Wishing to dispose of every animal, as my range is taken up. These are all horses and the kind thc people want. Ranging in weight from 1.000 to Ibs. each. All well broken. months' credit on furnishing hankahle with interest at 8 per cent, per annum from date of sale with per cent; per annum off for cash W, L. WILSON AUCTIONEER. 9- A. PROPS. ;