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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ,^|fl*AGEEIGHT THE LET|1BRIDGE DAILI HERALD mm THURSDAY, MARCH 21. 1018 CT OF Nfll GUILTY IN rondo a sUtemont to the effect ttmt Quong Sbtib is Buffering from tuber-.' cular trouble and Is In bad condition, nnd It would not bo lunnHne to bring him Intd; court nt Die present time. As a result the rase was set over till the September sittings and Yoe wag allowed out on ball on his own re^ cognizance. After a two-day.sesslon the case of , Rex VB Long Sam and Mah Shoo, livhlch has boon canslng go much troUt \hle in the supremo court circles, come to a sudden close about 5.30 on Wednesday. When the case for the crown was iu, Louis Keel, foreman of the Jury, rbse and stated that he believed the Jury had enough evidence on which to come to a verdict. ' The counsel for the defense had 10 or 12 witnesses ready and was rather In a quandary to know what course to follow, but he decided to accept the suggestion of the jury which retired, conilng back iii about five minutes with a verdict "Not EulUy." Other Case Adjourned This morning the caso against Prank Yce. another Celestial, on a charge of fabricating evidence in the preliminary of the Long Sam and Mah Shoo cases, was to havo started but Crown Prosecutor Conybeare stated that Quong Sang, a material witness for tlje t'crnle, March 20.-The coroner's inquest which was to have taken place last night upon the case ot Albert Kalcta, a miner, who was killed on the 16th Inst, in Number One Mine, South, Coal Creek, hart to bo postponed for eight days In order to permit ot Coroner Thomson submitting a legal point which arose over the com-po.sltion of tho Jury, to the Attorney-General at Victoria tor docls\on. ' The jury is composed ot \Vni. B. Phillips, foreman, and Wm. Potter. W. Robson, Wm. Perry and James McLaughlin. Tho first tour names are those ot miners, and it was to two of those. Hunter avid Potter, that Sherwood Vlorchmer, acting tor the CrowS N'ost Pass Coal Co., objected, upon the ground that they arc prohibited from acting because they are union officials as defined In Section T, of Part 90, of theCoal Mines Regulation Act. which provides U>at no Union official shall be allowed to sit w a coroner's jury In such cases. Harry Martin, Secretary of Gladstone Local, stated that there were but five officials in Gladstone Local, and the two men objected to were not union officials under the meaning ot the act. The company solicitor claimed differently, stating that Hunter and Potter were otti(Hials because they belonged to .^as committees or Grievance committees. Afler much discussion. In which some of the Jurymen took part. Coroner Thomson #?cided to adjourn the hearing imtil he could have time to communicate the fact.s to the Attorney General and obtain a ruling upon the point. The inquest will be resumed on Wednesday, the 27th and if the company'^ contention is .upheld, a new jury will have to be summoned and the body ot the deceased miner exhumed for re-examlnatlon. Albert Kelata was thirfy-two years of age and leaves a widow and fouV small children. * OEN. WHITE HONCRtO ? --..^'v-- ' -, . > N6W Yofk, Mar. 21.-Brlgit^ � dler-Genenil W. A. White, Jn > coinnland %i tho British and ? Canadian demiting mission la * tho  UhUa^ States has booTt * made n Cdhipnnlon ot the Most > approximately 25,000 men since it began operations in tbis couti- ? try, ~~ >    � * � * *  �   HUGE PARTY OF Some of First Contingent Home On Furlough-Surplus Of-  f icers Home tary trains, have been forwarded .from llailfak and nine from St. John-48 in ail. This Kates Halltax without the sleeping car laocommodatloi) requtrqjl for Ui0 men's traaaportatlon for a long Journey and\it 'Is necoaaary to send them forward in day coaches to trlbuting headquarters elsewhere, at which points the sorting out, ordinnr-liy~done at tho point of arrlTal, will be carried out. . ; , Washington. Mar. 21.-An explosion ot n depth charge aboard tho Ainorlcan destroyer Mnnley when tho vessel col- lided, with a Sritlsli war�hlt> In I)ura Am Hm ToM the Bert Remedy for Their Trouble^. Vreeneat, O.-"I was paaainf through t1i� eritleal period of lUe, being forty-six years of age and had aU the symptoma looident to that chaage.-heat flashea,, norTousneta, and waa la a general ruu down eonditioPi J o it waa bard for mo'to'do my work, bydla B. Pltik-^ ham's Vegetable Compound was recoouiended io nia.aa the beat remed* for my troublea.whidh it stirbly proved to be. I feel better and atrooger in every way ainee talcing It, and (h� annoying symptoms'liaTSdtiap-Beared.'*-MrSi 11. Oodokk, iti Napoleon St., Ficmoat, Ohia . ^ North BaTca. Conn.-"tydia B. IMnkhain'a Vegeta* Ue Comppund restored ray health aft�r oTetrthineelBa bad fall^ when pasalng through chaaMot life. Ther* la nothing like it to owrcome the tryinff ayaptoma.'* -4lxa> Flobbhos I�f.i.4, Box 1B7, North H�Tea, Cobb. In Sudi Cases lYDIA PINKHAM'd lim tfie potest tMOfd for ilui ^Mattst food -icexo McKELVIE & McQ^IRE LETHBRIDOK ' THt CANADIAN OF CO SIR BDWUND WALKER. C.V.O.. U-D, D,CL. PmUm BANK ERCE FOR CHURCH BISHOP '-- Ottawa, Mar. 21.-*The counting ot the votes cast during the past six months in a rather unitjue religious election for bishop of the Holiness Movement church took place in the oftice't)� the local master, John Bishop, at tlie court house yesterday. It resulted in Rev. A. T. Warren being elected bishop over Bishop Horner, tho former getting uS votes and the latter 40 votes. The constituency over which the election took place extended ovor half the globe. B^lots were oast by. conferences of the church- In Egypt, China,- Ireland and the United States and Canada, and they have been gradually coming in to the office ot the local master since last fall. The election was made necessary because of a judgment ot Mr. Justice Clute in the high court. At the last conference of the church the then bishop. Rev. Mr. Horner, was deposed and Rev. A. T. Warren elected in his place with a new secretary. Rev. S. A, Yorke. Court proceedings had to be taken because tbe retiring bishop refused to give up his position and the retiring secretary retained the desk. The | Judge after hearing the evidence in the case ordered that qualified members ot the various conferences of the church should vote tor a bishop and this was done. Bishop-elect Warren at present resides at KiUamey/ Man., and has been In charge of the work Ip thaf province for a number ot years.. TO THE DOOR HENNESEYa WILSONS . ENDLESS CHAINof WEEK-END BARGAINS these Specials for FRIDAY and SATURDAY SelUng Only 25 Men*8 Sample Suits Clearing ale - - - This is your chance tq pick out a new Spriiig Suit at a Fraction of their real valuers 18.50, $20.09, $22.50 and $25.00 styles included. MEN-It Isn't often you get an opportunity ot buying a suit at the beginning ot a seaBon at such a marked reduction-think well before passing it up. As samples they came to use at a price which allows you a substantial discount. Scarcely two alike In the lot. Sensibly cut styles, well tailored of fine worsteds and tweeds. Values up | B Qj" to 125.00. Week End Special...............\........---- THERE'S ALWAYS A REASON. "Ijook here, Jane," aaid the mistr'?!"' reprovingly, "this chair is covered �with duet." 'Yessum," answered the imperturbable Jane. "I reckon nobody ain't ^at in it lately, mum."-Chicago News-, |SK JOHN A1M)tO�MndMin�aw 'V.C BROWN. , Sup:i -de C�nnl W*Metn BranetM CAWAlPAID UP.$l5.000.000TriteSO(VElHJN0b . $(3^.0M SAFETY DEPOSIT BUSmESS^ The Bank recommends the use of its safety deposit boxes for the keeping of valuable docum^nts.^ Our charges are moderate. "'^ Lethbridge Branch- R. T. Brymner, Mgr. "TOTING" LIQUOR , HOME IS NO CRIME; QUASH CONVICTION Edmonton, Mar. 20,-The fact tha a man goes into an express office, signs for a parcel marked "liquor" and- is then seen, carrying the parcel home, 4b not sufficient evidence to lodge a conviction, according to Mr'. Justice Scott's judgfljent In "a., > liquor appeal. The appellant was found guilty of unlav/fully having liquor in his possession Fel|i?t�%.ry 28, by Magistrate . Be^lcher, .s and fined ?50 add costs. No^'evidence was Introduped as to tho actual contents of the .gxpress package, and his lordfehip quashed the conviction. Jf. F. Lymburn appeared for the crown. New Spring Caps for Dad and his Lad. The famous Eastern S^les. $5.9S A Good Selection of BOYS� NORFOLK SUITS Wo can only promise a complete size range for first shoppers. When these suits go on" sals toniorrow morning. The stylos will please the boys 8iW the quality and tailoring will satisfy Ills parents, (f AC Week End Special....................................... New Arrivab This Week' ' Include: Children'* Spring Headwear, Perrlnt' Kid Glovee, Children'* Waah Drettee, New Wash Fabric!, Spring Dreis Good*, Sklrtt, Blouse* and Under�l�lrti. STOkE Oi>EN SATURDAY EVENINGS LETHBRIDGE AGENTS FOR PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS , -i.,.',i..... O0i�** Sklrta. A group ot siUart eklrts, made up In serges, t'veed. Shepherd check, iJoplIn, etc. ValueB to (5,50. We^k Bnd ^ 0^ ?y.............4....... 1 16160294 ;