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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Daily Herald. Tuesday, May UYELYTIMEIN AJESTIC -NIGHT McLachlan Greatest Of All Scotch Singers Sherry POLICE COURT Neighborly Women Use Un- neighborly Language Be- fore His Lordship A scrap, in which the principals, two woman, were parties from North Letbbridge, was the most in exciting-case at the police court this'-morning. Ouc woman had laid information against three little boys, sons of her neigh bor, and caused their appearance wit their mother, at the police couc charged with the heinous crime o throwing sticks arid mud and stones The youngsters all denied, with em phatic. shakes of their little heads i having done such thing. It did not take the court long, when h commenced to question the complain- ant, to decide that the quarrel of the seniors was the cause of all the perhaps a little revenge for the previous appearance of the complainant's children for a similar offence against present defendants. And then the fireworks. The cour was soon outstripped in the matter of talking and quietly resigned to th business of filling out legal forms and so lorth, while for a space of te minutes or so the two women argued over their troubles, repeated foul epi thets one alleged the other had at different times applied to her and her children, while the other held up her hands in horror and accused the first one of doing the same to her. Talk- ing, almost shouting, together, they told one another all the things their1 neighbors and their neighbors' neigh bors had said about them, while the court went on writing. During n lull in the storm his worship fined the mother of the boys the costs of the summons and advised both parties to quit such foolishness, and each trying to get in the last word they were hustled from the room. An employee of one of the local the- atres pleaded guilty to throwing hand bills around on the sidewalks, contrary to a city by-law and was fined and costs, and John Brown FILLED FULL OF BULLKTS Appears in Court Alter Being1 Badly Shot Ui> Montreal, May his right arm amputated and sistwn bullets jstill in his body CJuiseppe Kosanuo, an Italian concerned in ti case of ag- gravated assault, was sent up for trial to-day. The victim of assault suffered minor injuries with a razor, but the crowd -ot alter Rossano and gave him sufficient several men. He, trouble to kill however, pulled through, and is now awaiting trial. NEW MINISTERS OF AUSTRALIA Premier Fisher lias Them Chosen by Ballot of Followers Vancouver, May ballot for positions in the Labor cabinet of the Common wealth resulted as follows, according to a special cable from Syd- ney, _N. S. Prime minister and treasurer, Fish- Attorney-general, Hughes. .Minister of external affairs, Batehe- lor. Postmaster-general, Thos. Meyer. Minister of defence, Pearce. Minister of customs, Tudor. Home secretary, O'Malley. Vice-president of Council, McGregor. Owing to differences among 'his fol- lowers, Premier Fisher declared tliat his cabinet would have to be chosen by ballot. BOW CITY Bow City Now On Sale Company was assessed and costs for drunk. JAPANESE SPY CAUGHT SKETCHING Hong Kong. May Japanese spy, who was caught sketching Yy-E- Mun Fort at the entrance to this city was sentenced today to imprisonment. John D. Rockefeller would go broke ntire income if he should spend his tryir.-i tu prepare a be? Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea; dysen lory or com pin r-ir. It is simply impossible and sa says every one that itsjtd it. Sold nil WOLTER HAS MANY MARRIAGE OFFERS Young Murderer Tells of Letters He Has Had From Women New York. V.'ay Wolter, convicted of the murder oi Ruth Wheeler, grinned with pleasure yes- terday as he told the reporters ot the many letters he has received jn his cell in the Tombs from women who want to meet him, and some of whom, he says, want to marry him if he is freed V the new trial for which his lawyer, has appealed. "I am not he repeated. is more. I do not believe that Fred Abuer will let me go to the chair for something I did not do." Aimer is the mysterious man who Wolter testified, when he took the agreed tn promote a German being IS THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE It will cleanse the blood of all the poisonous and waste matter accumulated in the system during the long winter months. It has been used by thousands, every spring, for over thirty years, and has never failed to give shorthand school and induced Wolter to solicit pupils. "Where is Abncr Wolter was ask ed. "I wish I could tell he an- swered. "He is a ?reat traveller. He is here, there and everywhere from week to week, but he is all J.OCAL BUDGET satisfaction The A. Carruthors Co., Ltd., ship- ped two cars of Hides yesterday to Winnipeg. The manager reports busi- ness very brisk at this season, and an enlargement in their help has lately been made. Thursday, Mav 5 marks Ascension j Day in connection with St. Patrick's j church. Services will be held in the j morninf at 6.30 and also at 10 a.m. j j No. 1 fire department had a run last evening to the Round street yard i of the Pioneer Lumber Co. A blaze j had been started by a spark, but] was practically extinguished vvhevi the brigade arrived. Fred Gow. shoe merchant of the Coaldalc Block, is offering a pair of ishoes for the best batting average made by a Lethbridge player in the game to-morrow. The shoes arc the store. J. W. Turptn, Mrs. Turpin and iam- j iiy, left yesternay afternoon for the oast. They will go to Hamilton, Out., and there at iear.t three months before returning west. J. M. Aikin, who is to manage the branch of the Royal Bank here, ar- rived this morning from Moncton, j Brunswick. Temporarv offices j will likely he opened up pendinc the completion of the bank's fine building OP. the comer of Glyn and Redpath streets. J. H. Bawrien, a brother of -I. W. and P. Bawden, arrived with his wife j and family this morning from St. Louis, Mo. Mr. Bawden will enter' the C. B. Bowman Agency. Gladys Ott, who has been very sick j for the lrt-t works, with plcur- isy and pneumonia, is verv nr.ich bet-' tor. Thorc will bo a football practice oi the Y.M.C.A. ?.t the barracks ground to-morrow nisht A full turnout is nonnested of aU players at p.m. The Dominion elevator at Indian Head, Sask., containing bush- els of wheat, was burned to the ground last night. The total loss is 1 ated on lank of the Big pow River >ow Centre Col- lieries to town site One of the jpest Cl 1 i! ollierietf in i orth film- erica coipris- ing f inestt ow City les- tined to of the Canadian res Call at our onice Blue Prints Price of to 0 1-4 Cash. Balance 3, ee Asquith A if- ;