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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8, THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, Have Sensation Sprung in Court ajjked -Mr. Harris. Ifect riiyhu" replied th per- Jus in response to a summons to ap- as a witness and he hud received "omise-'.or Anything for coming to He had tho right lic the greatest opportunity of acquiring our publi else have you paid to getjfiend. He denied having tried at thej ing to find means'to make it more pala- was then asked. of the races in Toronto to induce tab.le- TI-iey io. "cut" with jhis to -go and live with his sir- "1 closers, telling her that thev were inuk- CLASS STOCK it in it with lemon to get away from that abominable fishv taste and smell. at an unusually low price, by a new and up-to-date method which shall readily appeal to everybody jdid not believe Thaell was honest ami jdid not want tr do business with him longer. He told of 'fuller's revol-j doUaffi for telegraph bills." 'i- being kept in the sewing machine i "What have you yet to :iwer while a special pocket was: know exactly." ......___ j being made for it, interposed to tlmtj reason she did not put) sion form, "which is nothing more than Cross-examirned by Mr. Co.nybeare, no dillerence. but Mr. out. She had later called hisj still I witness said four keys to the tailor- ns respectfully suggested that evid-jmother up on the phone and asked to; oily and a. strain on tbe digestion. shop were used. He saw the pun in of a witness jtoing to great ex-1 come back'but he 'met not "spoken -to' used to. think it was the oil lots of money. That was not fhej Lots of people still take it in Emul- the drawer of the machine on Sa juny. 1-eo. He put the sun sn pocker in the pants the evening of j I that day. The gun might have been I "lou found out tuat there was out of the drawer for a short space !man the jury the She had come to Ui office of Sd What does it mean? Why, it means simply We will put ail our stock on sale at reduced prices, and will select at random certain articles which we will place in our window, marked at origin- al price, which wHI be reduced 1 doiisr per- day until such time as the article is We shall be pleased to place any chosen by our patrons in the window 3nd to take the same course, provided there are not mere thsn ten (10) pieces in the window at any one time, as we feel that more than this num- ber would be overcrowding the space. We do not desire to carry any of our present stock into the new building and feel our best rneans to avoid doing so is to you this opportunity of selecting and purchasing your own article at your own price- Come, choose and buy. your friends will be gisd to see you win and so shall we. jot time. 1 Court Room Cleared Before calling Thaell to give ;evidcuce .Mr. Harris asked to have the j court room cleared which was ordered jby the judge. Mrs. Thaell swore that i i she had married Alber H'OC. in Toronto jhiiu only tv.'o or three j Before they were married, for some name on the marriage certificate. reason, got her to take the name jof Doris Wilson. Both she and Klahn '17 so- jthe Place where he was working to see distinct drawback to the medicinal prin- to be Her Husband aim. but he did aot gee her ciples contained in it. a nut the cer-i -oil is quite and the Bast who claimed to in time, put the strongest stomach i tincate in as evidence, with the con- j out of order. jserit of Harris, who waived his right, j A way has been discovered to do jto object to its going; in. as the iieces-i away with the grease and the smell, and jsary ten days' notice had not beenj _roedicinal properties as it was onlv eight davs since! husband of the Thaell Mr. Harris. woman. liver pulp :s then reduced to the form "And you found thai. The woman is also contains the true hvpophosphJ hje r he thought of calling was not, This combination makev Nval's Cod available, and -he thought M r. Harris; Liver Compound a delicioui tonic- Produced the Letter r. Harris then produced the letter j would go on with the defence. If thej build? system, "and .were Catholics but Klahn got the mar- that was enclosed in the yellow envel-jadjournment was made jriage license and they were married by j-ope. Pie showed it to witness saying-j to call Mr. Ball. Mr. might ask strong. Protestant minister. Sbe 'seventeen years old. being eighteen jasked witness if he had written U.jt0 call Mr. Ball, -but he would object _ 3i Harris said he you.feel yourself losing thenjtnat it was an anonymous no objection to the Crown trvinir'your ?rip' a- to -.Of the next April. Klahn gave her age j But Johnson declared he had never and 'seen it before, and could not tell wheth the er or not it was written on Ms type- Her father attended the mar- writer. Witness declared also in reply to to his giving evidence. Five Cents a Name is Paid (Continued from Front Page.) 21, when getting the license asked her to tell the minister i same. i riage. She and Klahn lived together for j questions that he had not received !about a year, during which time he'any letters from either Mrs. Spaven her meanly. At the time of or Mr. Spaven or any letter written the races in Toronto she alleged, he for either of them since February IS jnted her to go and live in a bawdy j He denied knowing that G. J. house kept by his sisters t.- make Hansch was a bondsman for naturalization, the vear ia which money for him. _ i (him. going to live I in Dundas. She stated that she had been se- shown him any letter from the Spav- [duced by a clergyman. After she left ens. He had received no such letter, note particularly tihat the home of I Klahn the relations with him were re- Witness denied having sent person is considered to be his habitual jnewed and he is the falLor of her en to Thaell to negotiate a settlementjpiace of abode, so that in this way i child. and he denied also having promised to j there will be no chance of duplicating- She met Thaell about two rears pay KIahn's expenses, the Crown isjariy name by giving both a -business! and went, to live with him as his wife trne -eases' of its and a. residential address. 50 [in Hamilton and ialjr in Lcttibiidge. the children like it. j Get a bottle to-day and ward off I disease. for a large bottle. Your druggist will cheerfully recommend h because he knows all about it. Sold and guaranteed itr ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRiDGE s refused and left and denied having asked him to with-'Canadian citizens, who have been! with cer parents (draw his bond. Hansch had come to [abroad returned to-Canada to live per- j his office, but witness denied having'manently. Enumerators will also be asked to! One for each everyday ailment cents for mine or- tion as to profession, trade, occupation CJaiin in a11 (He had been kind and pood to her On re-examination by Mr. Conybeare! or other means of livelihood of'each! Besides these items of remuneration: I witness said that Sergt. Egan was erson, together the education enumerator will receive special. Phone 625 608 Third Ave. The square Bstea cut and nothing to pay for It of'with Harris and himself in witness' of- j and language of each. These are only! Pay in lieu of horse' "hire 'at the rate: jand her child. Witness denied leading a life wrong-doing and had lived right ex- tice only a 'ew on the few of the outstanding features ?4 Per 100 names m thicMy cept in the case with the minister. She Slon of the interview between them.jthe work, so that its magnitude nmyjdistricts, and SS per hundred in had cut off relationship with him be- fore meeting Thaell. He said also that he saw Thaell and (Tuiler coming from tves and Ball's of- Johnson left the stand at ten been on YUKON JUDGES Afraid to Make Com- plaints j (Continued from i-ront Page.) [been a total of days' done i in No. 9, an average of ?3.SO per day. per man. Lost Many Days' Work No. 1 North was next taken up and Thomas Beattie was put on tbe stand. He worked in No. 1 sour.ii since the Ottawa, May.10.-Sir Allan A and he was of the opinion that the of March. 1909. According to this As to the affair1'on Feb. IS she said flce iu tne stafford and not jthat she an illness from trom the magistrate's office which she had suffered considerabiv before and since. went up town illtes to foun afrer to get her husband to set a doctor. He ten in fche morning, was busy when she got to the SaYs He Is Mrs. Thaell's Husband but later telephoned to Dr. Tuller's j There was a stir in the courtroom office. He was :not there, so Thaell when Albert Klahn was called. ,He phoned to the doctor's house and got said he was an electrician living'in him. He went to call for him and Toronto, where he' had lived for thir- the three came to the house together. teen or fourteen years. Shown tfne not ,itc to make complaints given notice of a resolution I for f of prejadiciag themselves JUAttaHJr setting forth that it is expedient provide that an annuity equal to their. {'d-ili? vv a. present salary oe granted to each of man's evidence he had lots of trauble in getting supplies, having lost as as ten or twelve; days a month two judges of the territorial court of. the- Tafcon now holding office, the I the company. He declined to j from this cause. lie cad complained question put to him, but f to the nit committee, but the matter was still in abeyance. Where he work- stated that he would be 'willing to make a, statement to the chairman re-ied' ir often took three men to push be appreciated >by the general public. Pay of Enumerators more sparsely settled districts. The commissioners have their work For this work the census commis-icut OIU in sioners are paid at the rate of oue tWs mass and etting all sta- cent a name for each name turned mjtistics hl such order when the by their enumerators, so that if to to Otta- returns show a pop-ulation of the commissioner will receive a remuneration of S140 for this citv. t5iey may be In addition they are made a certain allowance for work of covering the district understood. The task Is a large" the com- missioners are already hard at work organizing their districts' and'instruct- ing their men so th'at' on the first day of June they may be ab'l-e'to 'go to work The enumerators are paid at theiwith a "understanding of as stated by Tuiler at the last trial. :'photograph, lie recognized the wo-irate of five cents for every name is required of them, and to do While she was waiting for her hus- man in it as his wife, whose maiden jnished, and in addition receiv ve a spec- the work as expeditiously as possible. band at the asked her'name was Bertha Carnell. He hadiial remuneration for all special inior- to go into his office. She and John-: known her for about five years, andjmation turned in. Some of these spec- son had no conversation about his they were married in the fall of lOOSJial items are: l.O.c for every-record IN LABRADOR going down to collect rent from Fish-; At that time she had no particular! death or accident under the Work-j er or his going down street.- She did'address, and went by the name -of! Compensation act, for every lot not and does not now know be continued during' matter in private. the cars up to the face. He got 25! Fisher lived or who he is. where JJoris Wilson. avenue. Toronto natural life of the judges. thought such hould mad- -o snouia ue maae Lo a cents a day for this. he The pit boss j to do this or I' His home was on Rose j less than an acre that has yielded 350 'sand people on t o. His wife had left'worth'-of-produce 15 cents for starving, is Montreal. M-ay or six chou- the of -Labrador' the word o home, he had done. got j board but Dr. Gordon said he would eight w tefl cars a Hg me'witness preferred to While the three of them were in'him in Kovemiber, 1907. and he had j farm .over .--one -acre- and less -thanrby Dr. Grenfel from one of his assist-, house Johnsonjrame and seen her since until he came to five; 2o'cente for every church, school.lants in that country. kideTt .T j___ sabbath sciioof'or like institution; 25 J with supplies for them have- un- the door. He came in and tried to force her. The first thing he said was i it "ljf do I UJ .U1. cvci.v iujui VL me acres or nuit? LU 'urenK Linyugu. (.ue cha'-rman thought UDd'er The last pay he i "LlUIe' I 3ove you so, T can't j ness said he had never seea Thaelilover, for each factory, dairy produce expected to get to them in a a rnnld t'-i-'g0t 10r December- The my hands off you." In trying to until he came to this city. He camejeigners came to" Canada, the vear of as the ice is-breaking. O. eLdl.CUJ.BltL I.UUIU UV UIUICII LuJ.L >._J T-_ o-al- T.1--- _T. Leth bridge. Cross-examined -by Mr. Harris, wit-j-cents for every farm of five acres or {'able to 'break through, the .ice. It is few proven bogs had bim-tljat away from him she slipped and! such, tact would destroy the usefulness i, any grievance committee. The com- i get no more pay for such work. The i called out for neip. She then ran committee took it up and he got his Pany record as read by Mr. Wilson j December in March> He snowed that Mr. Gray had worned days in number 5 mine during and got a total of S790.95 and IS days company work, the average per day tor all -work was 34.74. two specific dates when be bad to come home because he could not push his cars up "to the face. He had to go into other rooms to get diggers point away from the house over to Mrs. Spa- 1 ven's. She came- out again and walk- ed up and down, Once she went back to her own house and asked if she would send for a policeman. Johnson cried out, "My, God, don't bring any to help him push his cars tip. Arthur Warring had worked in No. President Powell raised the inme since the -24th of last J-anu-1 that going out of his own working i to go to an outhouse nearby and stayed He "crorke.d wilh a bu3! place endangered his chances of com- '-here for a while. Returning to the i Leaving the house, she was obliged winch was used to haul up cars to pensation if he should meet with an the face of the workings. This was; accident while there. very difficult work, the- hardest the mine. He had to throw coal house, she was sick and at her re- ii t to get in the car and great risks. .quest Thaeil staj'ed with her. i. t mj Chairman Gordon stated that if this) At times the air was thej! il as i was correct this man was running: (Supreme Court room yesterday after-ji jnopn, especially towards the close ofli 'tne cross-examination of W. H. John-' son .by C. F. Harris, counsel for the' defence in the Tuller-Thael case, and j explained why this was so. The cogs: yir. Beattie's total earnings for 1910 in Number mine were left for the was for 214 days, an "av'er- to fill with rock. The of Manager Wilson stated i ulated from brushing: ?.Ir. W; disputed tae company reco ers wanted this done so they would j that the wages in No. 1 North aver- during the time Albert Klahn .husband i have a place to put the rock acoiim-jaged 53.33 per day for isip. jof the Thaell woman, was giving ?.lr. Wsrnr.gj W. Wnson, pit fcoss in No. of his [North, was the man on the stand Tfte excitement began j I -The, company credited Jitm jand unconsciously lent color to thesis produced several letters which 1 where hc Uad-1 statement of .Mr. Gray about the re-jness Johnson acknowledged having1 wonted 6. Manager Wilson here read! luotance of men making complaints j written on his typewriter Mr Har-' a statement that ia 1910 there -had jby proving a rather reluctant witness. then produced a yellow envelope jHe refused to answer a question putjaddressed to Mrs. Thaeli. and sent by! __ ___ i by President Stubbs. saying that special delivery, the special ten cent "jit was none of his business. ;stamp being on it. Johnson denied i Chairman Gordon asserted his seen it before, and would'not [thorny and told the witness he that it was written on his ma-' inot talk before the beard in this man-'chine. He said, that severa-l people jner. He put the question himself and his machine. The judge inter-- ithe witness answered. irupted to say that it would be-impos-' J. Boat' was called'to show the for witness to tell whether it jof the mine and testified as to been written on his machine or j numbering of the scams. Mr. Wilson not. Mr. Harris said that it was pos-' i showed from the records thai and he proposed to prove'that j: coal mined in No. 9 mine during 1909! this envelope and the letter in it were jjand 1.910 had cost 32.59 per ton, andiwritten on the same machine as the jithe average selling, price had" other letters. '1 '82.29, a loss of 30 ce'nss a ton. M DU A Mrs. Thaell s Photograph j Witness was shown'a phor.ogrash of! BAD VANCOUVER KIDS JMrs. Thaell and'he said he had'eeenj May before in his office. It was a copy iboys, the oldest onir eleven an original he got from Jorgensori, i are reported to have confessed Joithe photographer. "-The latter had re-; to blow up a school in South j'fused to seli it to him. but. lent it. Hej 'Vancouver. 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