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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Synopsis of the Grazing Rejula (ions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. GrazJBg of Dominion Lands for purposes be secured in that portion of Mw Province of Alberta, lying South of the Northern boundary of Town- 28 and In the Southwestern por- of the Proving .-of Leases Ahall be for a. period .not 21 years, leaseshaK cover a greater area than lOO.OOGk Lands leased are not subject to fioinesteau entry or sale, 'but the Minister of the Interior may cancel leasehold, or any portion thereof bygiving; the lessee two years' not Ice. The rental chargeable is TVVO per, acre per annum. A lease. I W. S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGHI) DR. P. W. TULLER -AND SURGEON LETHBREDGE Block. to noon; to p. to p. m. 68. Kwidence 1311 DR. C. G. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AWD SUKGEON ever Dig'inbothaai'a Drug Fkoae Office 125. HOUM 94. 9 to 11 a.m.. 1.80 to 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Dr. F. H. Mcwburn St. cor. Burdett. 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m.. 7-8 p. in. to 3.301 m. Telephone -11. WAS INFATUATED WITH THE WOMAN WHOM HE SO DASTARDLY MURDERED f Sensational Development at the Inquest Into the Murder-Suicide Case Husband Was Jealous of Zezely Zteao? Man Gave Woman Power of i Attorney He Called at the House Before the Murder Was Witness Tragedy TRY WM. OLIVER i- --------------fUJK------------7- f Everything required in the construction of BuiUtef, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work 7; Do not send aU your money to Calgary and Help to build tip Lethbriage and a local industry by patronizing N Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Boned ind Bompas Streets Telephone 153. be granted an applicant un- i he owns' one head of cattle PHYSIC1AK; 8UEGEON' ACCOUCHEK [From Saturday's Daily.) j and stoped her again, the same thing the body and shoot himself three i At 'the uu tli also had gCM. Qf an ap_ On taking off E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR (Eear of G-. H. Johnston's Store) short make still greater trouble should he first He immediately start- get' violent "with any of to run backwards from me with But the chief 'reason was that he revolver. friendly with his wife. Barcedi, Reloads His Gun is a small inomnsiw man while his wife was a fin? handsome- woman, a jrroat talker and from all accounts ran which he put into the chamber. I operation thf house, the husband being around to look at the woman jjjs or less of a nonentity. 'as I was nearly between them at the j time. Turing back to look at him, j A bullet Fell LETHBRIDGE HERALD: Find enclosed for which send me Weekly Free Press and Prmii-W farmer, SFcraU -Trwkly- S-tui bridge Herald, for one -year each.. bet-ii Gave Woman Presents ly from time to time riving the woman Out had you get Out of nere> was a smaU tear in the trou- presents 'of sll0ot 'T went back sers' a in the leather belt that had had i tiow'ards a? I 5aw that he was lie wore underneath the trousers and s to kill' the-woman and a discoloration of the skin under- suits that he was again- by tllis time Iiacl let holes, one above the other about APPLE TREES BLOOMING I Estimates given for all alterations. Jto thl' country and ?o to Cal- t remirs.'etc. j ifornia a-; hi- was tired of living here i________________________________i when he could not set aloiiiii with- ,aii inch apart in the abdomen, with A- Number of Medicine Hat Citizens Have Fruit Trees in Full j Bloom Medicine Hat, May is early promise; of a nice crop of apples in the Medicine Hat district. Several .places in the city apple r trees in bloom.' Alderman McKay and Alderman Morrow were discus- .sing the quesrioa of- suitable varie- ties of. aples for culture here on Tues- day night. Both have Duchess of] Oldensburg apple trees, in bloom.! Mr. McKay who has. had crops for several years thought the Duchess matured too quickly here, and recom- mended the Spy, the ..King' and Mc- Intosh. B. C. ,'dropped to the groiiad. Slashed the Woman aiso Qiir iiuie He immediately seized the razor and ntckl. one inch below the Adam's out qnarrellinp with everybody. i started to cut In-r throat as she layiapple no m'ark of exit' also one The husband did not know that on her back. He walked back about i holp in the ear> tbe bullet Dtrectcr and Eoibalmer, ho had ever asked his wife to 20 awav. five paces from her-and she arosn the ear canal and could w "I !_r_n_. .1 -i i with him. Visited House Often Durins the months since he had to Pres'Cyterian. Church. OtQcts Phone 102. Residence CALGARIANS VICTIMIZED Believed That a Man Named Ham- ilton Forged Checks Calgary, May police have learned that the Union bank and a number of business''firms of the city NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Hall every sec- ond and in "the month. Employers requiring certificated-en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with' xis. ROBERT NEVLN7, Chief.' GEO. BRUCE, Secretary. 13-lyr .from the ground. He stepped upj followed upwards and across to the j a bout two paces and fired three shots I opposite Sldc of Jhe skuil two or three jtting closer each time, at the last, inches above the left ear, but no left the house as a boarder he more three feet clis- stiH continued visiting the house, jtant- which shot seemed to strike her but it seemed that he visited, a the llead- shot many other houses us well, generally Ihe walked back four-of .five paces, re- calliiis for. a minute or two and the -revolver-iahd went and ine off -affaiu and often going down the woman. He then RECOGNIZE THE UNION And an Eight Hour Day, Re- sult of Saskatchewan Arbi- tration a 'dozen places in one evening. Trouble Last Sunday Last'Sunday there was "trouble-be- tween the pair. Several" other men were at Barcedi's home and Zezely undertook. TO order the other men to j get -out. Mrs. Barcedi resented this I fired two or three-shots into the air I and then lay down on the broad of i his back near the .woman and fired j this time I" should judge at himself." Hamer Among others a: Witness who witnessed The Herald the -Bie-nfait. Sask., May Board had been'victimized to a rather large of Conciliation appointed by the de- extent by checks to which the name of H. W. Falconer was forged.- Mr. Ifalconer is the western superintend- ent of tlie Dominion of Canada Guar- antee and Accident Insurance Co. and partment of labor to settle the disput- es'between the--miners and mine own- ers and Domion Collieries met yes- day. Judge Meyers presiding. The re- sult of the decision is as follows: and the the man who is believed to have forg-j Recognition of the union ed'the" checks was William Hamilton J eight hour day. accountant in Mr. Falconer's 'up till a little over a week ago when PORTAGE OLD TIMER DEAD lie suddenly Irft the city. So far! Portage la Prairie, Man., May it has been learned that in the i George Tidsbury, a pioneer of this and they' quarrelled as a- result. At the House Yesterday It does not appear th'at he was at the house until yesterday morning. Little Dominico had gone to school but for some reason returned shortly nine o'clock saying that school h'ad been "cut out" for the day. He j i murder was John Hainer, a recent ar- rival from England, who was living in one of the tents near the Immi- gration Hall. He saw the man meet the woman and when'he saw-the mzyi' shoot he ran toward, them to inter- fere. sWhen he got within twenty- five yards, the man saw him.- Not i. position to with i i u j i beinc found ZezeJv at the house and nis j I him, he ran baok'to the Hall to heard him say mother dressin to her. get are you going. Mar- Mr. Humphries, the, immigration agent, and to st-ud word to the police. la? and she told him she was going i ._ 4.ij He returned in time to see the man to town. Zezely had previously told neighborhood of twenty-five checks were forged and the amount will reach thing was town is dead agKl 83. He came here in 1873, and has'held many import- ant office's. He leaves a, grown up worked in a couple of days., and .he i family of sons and daughters, managed to get all tho.. checks cash- j ._______________. ed. MOTHER AND DAUGHTER KILLED Kingsville, April Joseph Fulmer and her daughter dition to showing by duiUnctlve Kthel were struck and instantly kill- or. each of the great this morning while crossing the tracks of the Windsor, Essex and A VALUABLE LITTLE MAP I rtawa, Ont., April SO.The Depart- ment of the Interior has just pub- lished a special edition of a railway map of Canada which in ad- ,1- of the Dominio7i with, al constructed to date but 'also is Dike here. tho buggy was smashed and the oc- cupants fearfully mutilated. Shore railway a mile north ofia very mine of information about The horse escaped injury but prrwth to date in other respects in Western Canada and probable .growth future. Lareo Olsmg with whom he board-! t. 4 i shoot, himself, ed that he was not going to_ work that morning. The boy did not hear them say anything more. Zezely left and he and his mother started 'to town. Carried Zezely's Savings slashing the woman with a razor and As Mrs. Humphries Saw .It The first intimation Mrs. Humph- trouble was hearing ries had of tin a shot. Just us she was going to I the door to sec what was .the matter, they started his mother had a man rushed in r asking for Mr. only a dollar in, money but lie car- ried the envelope containing Zezely's post office savings bank book with Humphries and saying that a man had shot a woman rang up the city police station but the evident intention of drawing the jit. was several minutes before, she could get it. In the meantime the lit- monoy. They Met Zezely tie boy came in crying saying that When they got to the top of the hill a man had shot his mother. She went just north of the Macieon rad lead- ing down to the traffic bridge, they met Zezely who came over- from the direction of the scales and had ap- parently been on the lookout for thorn. The several eye-witnesses say that Inc. stopped the woman and the little boy says that he called her a fou] name. She did not reply but at- out-to Ihe gate with the little fellow and saw the man shooting wildly about. She asked the boy if he knew why he had shot her. Why He Killed Her Tn reply he said, mother has the man's money and he wants it back and she won't give it to him." While they were- standing there thoy tempted to go on. He folowed her the man go and sit down by mark of exit. The bullet in the ear was sufficient to cause death. The Woman's Wounds The woman was middle-aged, about five feet six inches hair; well nourished. She, had no identi-j fication marks or, sears. I .found--a J bullet hole in the neek just above the top of the breast bone. It went downwards and backwards through! the left chest arid came out on her. left.side'about three inches below the left arm; also bullet hole in left ear, folowng the canal, there was no mark of exit; also bullet holr in right ear following the canal, there was no mark in left side of back about the ninth or tenth rib and three inches from the back bone with no mark of exit; also bullet hole in left groin; also a mark of a bullet burn and powder burn across the throat just where the chin joins the neck, also a cut from the midle of the back of the neck just, under the h'air forward and aj little downwards around the left side! almost to the point of the chin. This i cut was deep, leaving the" jaw bone bare and was about nine inches long. Also, a shallow cut about two inches' below the first and parallel to it, about four inches long; also a High-class Job Department Is aow prepared to cater to the needs of the District of Southern Alberta. If you need Commercial or Office Stationery; if you are con- templating holding a Concert, Ball, or other form of entcr- ment; if you want badges for Football, Baseball, Lacrosse etc.; in fact, if you want any kind of Printing done and done in first-class style, send your orders to the Herald Job Department. AU orders from the district will be exe- cuted promptly and expressed where possible, with mail following receipt of orders by bullet wounds from bul- C. S. MACDONALD DEAD four inches long on the left side of letSi fired from a revolver in his own the abdomen. The cuts would not have caused death, the bullets being i the fatal wounds. The bullet was ap-! paivntly a .32 calibre." The Jury' Verdict i The inquest was held by Coroner of the J D. with Supt. Wilson most brilliant scholars and linguists assisting. The witnesses called were j of Canada passed away in this city Mrs A. E. Humphries, R. J. i iast night in the person'of Chas. S Louis Barcedi, Dominico Barcedi, Wm. Oliver, Dr. Campbell and John Hamer. The jury after being 'out only a few minutes brought' in the only possible verdict, Mrs-. Marie Barcedi came to her death by bullet, wounds, the bullets being shot from a revolver in1 the Wands of Me- Zezely and that Zewly came to MacDonald, a member of the legal firm of MacDonald, McKinnon and Cogswell, and a well known citizen of Edmonton for the. past ten years. The late Mr. MacDonald who was 54 years of age, had been failing in health for some time and during the past weeks his end was 'expected at any time. 3f In the Basement I But still on Lop. Three Chair Barber Shop Electrical Massage. Newest Things in Private Post Cards Cigars and Tobaccos Mort. Incmit Fkor Mil i J. j.oio.cmorxo.o: ;