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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FOURTEEN THE I.KVBIUDGB D.MIA' HER A'. I SATURDAY, MARCH 29, tills Baroness Sues Hun Husband for Divorce 4 Denouement in Big Saa Frandsco Trial Von Btinken, Former Military j Attache, Who Plotted Against Canada, and Was- Exposed by.Voii Koolberg- i en, .a Former Inmate of; Lethbriclge jail, asks Judge: to Intercede With Wifcj Who Spurns Him. At liifr of tin- trial o! Uie eol- rwy of German plotters at San Fran- cisco, rbe name of Baron Von Brlu- tou "-vas often seen ifi tho He was military of ihe Ger- man consulate at Francs'sco and generally believtcE to be deep ia a plot to up briigca On roiliravs aiid s'.so with arHer-plots to t spread yjEoiiS people iverd Interested tn this irlat because ,ii was tirroiasb. the of .Tonarnei1 Von Kool- hergen. an inmate o! the L.-eUfbrldge thai iha San plotters Wrj-c caught and jail leTmV they so richly "deserved. I At ibe of tha !rba "wbicoNwas of a the Herald i secured the of Bar- oil Von-Krinten and his Vife, it lug a photo of rfce bridal party, Tha Is told in the following Jrbm a' Francisco tichaase' Baron Withelm Von iotra- cr military atiache of the Consulate here, and his -.rife, wfco ivas Milo Abercrombie, re- re-nilr brought action for Girorce, has written to Judge Graham aafciaf nun. to intercede in effecting .a tion. Von Briucken IB now a of frro years MoXc-iVs isl- and, having teen foand guilty ol a conspiracy to foment revohrtion. jn India in-Tiolatioir-cf-the "ittutralnrp'o jaws. 'His letter'to Judge Graham TJO jOWR- [written to me.- we Wsn on- me t rd about it has (All 1 tnpw is what you Unoir ffle out'slightly, libertr of writing to K-a! vou to-, pray letnl roe assiEtante matfpr. the decision -n-hicli Tdll UfeloQs gloom to a loving cocple, witl determine Whether imweni1 children .will have to start in and through" life as halt orptans. "Yoa'-toiotr I um to that roost ubfortunate suit of divorce my bas, I feel sure under ouisido-'-presdure, Sji-Gugiit agminst me. the papers en. TV> lose the wifi I IOVP, adort: idolite Kould be a loss 11 could live through. I love her every and every best o{ every thought, ever since-I knew her, has been she. "We were ineepa place raw one withotit the other. I hare been true aad to her as tew 'husbands are. I "could not have tsea otherwise. She Loves-Him "By the life' oi my old fctfoTed swear that never deceived her or.eren tried to. _..._ e lorej me, loo, al- ways loved me, 'and lores me right now. How ronld her love ever go j asleep with two little mites, our-, ,cd tle'S and blood, constantly her eres. month I bad three darling letters from her. The last onft 1 received ouly at Cliristmas. Xo JntJication of any inteolioa to sep- arate trotn me was coctaitied in any ot thenii -To the" cpntra.i'y. sHe prayed that "oyr troubles fre Eoqn. We might be soon again happily to-. gather.' Her letters ana endearing.' "1 am at a loss to arid the blow ly me out of tny WviJXe Wie.Ked obtain a divoKo the grouudl jKlvcn. Broimds wuii-h an1 'actor ot a -fomUilon, t numhor. r to the etuhual- in Toronto. The Grand Jury of the Spring As- sizes noir fa in London brought in a recommendation today Cor caplfal punishment to'he carried out lit a cen- tral point 3n t'i6 roorcd by the Sheriffs Association Ipjt montli 2j 5, 10 n) 20 poond tins. WTJiXfPEO, .Afar. io tJio city are orerilhe lion n( ttio Otcat War Veterans In !RC' glna dcmMKllng ,irasllc avilon liy Dominion gorcrnmcTil to slop the Ira- jnlsrallcm of iJltnnonUca into C'ana Tha claim 1hal thoiifilit fo cv.Tle mllJtary Jn the UnitCil ytatea army raorjuj to Canada within tho past yetr ffl c4 ax no exaggeration. H 4s demand- .ed locally that Ihe fctloral gorCTnment. IN'recent yeara, it been demonstrated to the world'that in most of manu- factuie the Canadian equal to, and in many, superior to foreign-made goods, f In the manufacture ol candy and Canada is at the top. The Pure rood Laws guarantee a wholesome product, while skill in manufacture hai produced a quality and deliciousness unequalled in any country. Within the last few months de- mand for Canadian