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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETH-tSRIDGE- DAILY HERALD Thursday, May TA NDA RD VALUES FURNITURE -STANDARD. FRIDAY, MONDAY Read of, the splendid saving chances for week-end shoppers. There has been a gigantic rush of business for the last few weeks, and it is our earnest endeavour to maintain it. For this three days we have the best and most varied selections we have had in months, and we advise an early visit ING ROOM FURNITURE HERE THIS WEEK U Extension Table. i'.ikc illustration in rich quarter cut oak. Golden polish. top, e'xtersd? to -.8 ft.. re a. top, exerr? o ivg. S day special 3 Sii) Kxtension Table for in gOl'Ien oak '.finish, tine heavy tunH'd legs, extends to S ft., .regular day special a rpets, Magnificent Diners Exactly like cut- in selected quarter cut oak. golden .polish, upholster- ed in best leather. 'Five 'diners and one arm chair- in set, Reg. 3 day special Quality and Value Set for in golden oak finish, plain seat, handsome de- sign. 5 diners and one arm ch a i r. Regular 3 da secial and OOF er- Veran- i i aah Shades and Cur- tains Linoleums, in a large variety of patterns. 2 yards wide in best English quality. Regular 3 day special... Carpets, Rugs, Squares, Japanese Stencil Mat- other summer floor coverings at 3 day prices Verandah Shades in all sizes. Bamboo and Waldo, in natural green, and mixed colors. Specials day price, from................................___ Buffet In rich quarter cut oak. golden polish, two cutlery drawers, one plush lined, three cupboards, two leaded glass doors, large linen drawers. Reg. -A 3 day special Buffet for In golden oak finish, three cut- lery drawers, large linen drawer, double cupboard, brass handles. Regular 3 day special................... Bedroom handsome dresser and stand-in golden oak. o drawers, bevelled plate mirror 13x23, top 17x34. Regular 3 day special........ Massive Iron design in vrhite enamel, brass trimmings, three-quarter and double sizes. Regular o day Fine China Cabinets Like cut. case in rich quarter cut oak, .golden pol- ish. Regular 3 clay special Extra Special China Ca.binet five shelves, 'bent glass ends, case in rich quarter cut oak, golden finish. Regular 3 day-special STA JL -t i CO. Fifth Street Conciliation Board May 'Lawyer For Defence Ijoura For Some Time (Continued frcm. Front Page.) (Continued from' Front Page.) operators and the minerg are go- ing on, and it is thought the object is public. Ke had -been caught [lion. with-Thacli and was faithful to [lay any information, until after infor- s him. Thaell was justified before God jniaiiuu had been" -laid against him not in the oi' tfcc laW lQ Tuller. fending her. honor. j He had never JeiLnded the Our preseilt civilization and from -Johnson, but "ha'cT gone to Law- j gjon are on the teaching andjyer Ball for advice, and had got and 'example of -Jesus Christ and He did 'paid ior it- The lease on the shop in tire-direction of arriving at a. basis i Vif? and" he itried to bribe the hus- upon whch negotiations for. the -re work.can. be. to keep band of the woinan he "was trying to; j not condemn a woman for her past property had given io him and sins. He taught that it, was possible it quiet. for a bacl woman to become and be a good woman. Mr. Harris then took- he had given it to Mr. Harris, .his solicitor. He paid the month's rent and left v.- lien his. time was up. A ItJs prfSiable that me'board wii] ad-i Johnson refer to the affair as the r _gad the or two afle, he paid the rerit. and. jom-H for sbme time after Fridays I "dirty Conscience makes ccw where Christ told before March 1st when the time was session. In that case Dr. Gordon -will.'', srds of us all and Johnson b> his; return-to" Winnipeg until' the reassem-i acts showed that he .was conscience-i of the board. "The length of time: stricken .arid coward. -will last ".has- Ttfr, Harris held that Johnson's ex first of a woman's accusers who "up, he found the doors with new the first ou lhem_ bari-ed and 'stone at her to carry out the law. bolted with a special policeman .to .determined. of his'going to the "In regard to averages of wages. Mr: n-as very unsatisfactory. Jiavc Pllt the land she has told woman in the him out. He had broken in and Stubbs asked Secretary Rees to pro- statement of -compensation. The.man Klahn came in for a se- vere castigaiion from the counsel for -'from her manner ?nrl the shame she x lltt paid by the: company to men'during] the (jel-eiice jje jiaci been brought; shov-'ecl whether she was telling the last year. This statement -_ i truth or not- taken from the statement of earning, iworuan was a bad one and to or each man .earninz conmen-i _ her unfortunate I there until his month expired, There was a good deal of time spent by coiihsel and witness regard- suits ordered from the Art _ the nS man ,earmns and ras; from 'Ui-e .company made by the company. The compensation act specifies the! inanrier-m- -which these are to be- arrived at. The recipient shall I here, he said, to show that the Thaell The evidence of the three witnesses, f le for the defence, Mr. Harris contended j Tailoring Co. F.e had made, no profit fte al- on them yet as the goods were sent 0. D. and a'number of them had 3r bv the suit he had ordered through an Art Tailoring; Company traveller some weeks beiore. He .went there with both Johnson and Thaell, whom' he fed, met on the 'street. Tuller on Stand Again Dr. Tuller was then called and gave evidence the sanie as trial. A few new at the first points were THE LETTER BOX ARRANGE r FOR .A UNION- STATION To the Editor of the Herald: me a few lines in which brought out. One was that he and make a or regarding Thaell when going to the Thaell 'tile future of the city of' Lethforidge house on the Saturday morning met {which may come .rather opportunely near the Majestic Theatre. They.call- jlust. now .when we are on the verge cd Mrs. Thaell who was coming downlof tae greatest development this city Fifth street, over to them and all lfaas eyer seetu In the hurry and bustle three went over to the house togeth-Iof a city..it is not at all im- jprooabl.e .that some matters for the will .be a good advertisement for, thg city that we cannot afford to over- look. Thanking you lor the space, J. S. Graves FIRE AT RAINY RIVER er. Livery Barn Fires Still- Raging Rainy River. Ont., May and Farrars livery barn caught fire about 3 o'clock this morning and was burned to the- ground. The horses were saved with great Difficulty. The chief of police .in saving the life of a valuable trotting... horse, was rover- lie to the house several times after the shooting. He said that it was un- true that she was at the back door beckoning to anyone, as she was in j them.'before the minds of the people, so that they may think about them. all unanimous in saying that-tills city will be a place of We are the dining room all the time iromjn a very few years. Every one who thn lime they came into the housn'is at all conversant with'prevailing or, the deal now: Johnson had been j released from the guarantee he gave the company. The Anonymous Letter i had inveigled a young girl sixteen j agreed on the essential points, c.istojners_ Re owed the bank years of age into a house of ill-fame though varying in soire minor de- and when she ran away he followed j tails. This was hut proof that the her and uiarried her and then tried story was not made up or it would receive a weekly payment not exceed- j asraia'to get her to go into a bawdy- j not have disagreed in any particular, j ing-fifty per cent..of his-average week-jhouse kept by his sisters, who went! When enurt resumed yesterday ai- ly earning during th-e previous twelve by i-he-naree of Jennings. His coming ternoon, Mrs. Thaell was briefly re-j Hoarding: the anonymous letter, he months. If he has been so long em-jhere to give evidence must be traced i examined by Mr. Harris, ?.nd theu 5ilia that it had been delivered to p-loyed. and it is provided that these back to Johnson. But Klahn's evi-! Thaeii was put in tne witness-box. JMrs. Thaell and then took payments are cot to exceed ten dol- lars per week in any case. Six or ten of the 9fi men had received the max- imum of ten dollars and the average TJ -compensation received by the, SS.miners had been repr dence made Johnson's offence no light-[ The only feature of his evidence was Harris. The judge refused to al- er, for on Feb. 18 he believed the! his admission that he has a wife in j low the counsel to put in the letter woman to be tbe legal wife of Thaeh. i England from whom he is separated i as .ar. exhibit; ft Hves f Qer d hr Consent his hc alleging c testified to being in her counsel termed; misbehavior on her part, in that she the -Johnson-Tiiaell showrooms on a (future good of che citv mav be by sinoke but-.ooih-were that Mrs. Thacll back and now the'dms to bring ed. The loss was three thousand dol- Jars insurance fifteen, hundred. Bush fires are numerous ort the American side of the river. -The Rapid River, country, and in the vicinity of Warroad seems to have more fires than elsewhere. There is a 'scaz-city of farm labor, needed for clearing the land. Thousands of .acres could be cleared at small cost if the help could be obtained. Daa Matheson of" Laville, -a J promin- ent farmer came to-Rainy River yesterday to get" united action, with other points in an endeavor to obtain supply of labor to stop off. here from among-the newly arrived im- migrants going further west. _______ _ ins L-IOH witS pleted when the court adjourned. BRANDON DISTRICT HASN'T SUFFERED ANY YET SHE WASUfiPRISED his wife to sa that he was out when until after tbe shot was conditions must concede that. I be- fired. ;lieve that we have more of the essen- s not com JtiaJ resources at hand for the upbuild- jing of a -large city than either Calgary jor We are on the''eve of i a which -will -be a permanent boom. We ihave about us one of the largest and finest tracts of farming land to be found in any place in Al- have an irrigation system. -Thej in this district, being ordv cne- the; immediate dis- tenth of an inch. Moisture however'tnCC the ct? are .among the -ivlrs. Euphetnia-Sullivan, of Parry has -laid the dust and freshened thin-s Iargest and most Productive of any in j Sound, will be tried for -alleged in- up so that it did some good. iNorth vVe have-also a geo- Her house-.was set on fire Seeding of coarse grains has gone as a railroad jn Tw0 places.on lhe inside, while the without interruption' and toeing on box .factorv was in, flames: last week, advanced. R6ports a, transcontinental line, much- t0 Brandon. May even- ing's rainfall which promised to hp heavy, was little more than a passing 'erage ings as shown -by selected lists pre- tented to che .board. This -whatever mav have been her oast, was opposed by Mr. Macleod ana oih- for the n ers of the operators. been as true and raithiu! a to P.acmc terminals tban i Thaell as if she had been married by ic ia prjest Or minister in a church. The Kingston carpenters return-to work! ceremony in lhe church or by therein; at 35 cents an hour. j ister docs not make marriage. It is; L. A. Roy, of Chicago, will erect a j an ordinance of God whereby a man' He i'ruit cooling plant at Win-land a woman become helpmai.es to pna. each other. She had filled this posi- he saw Johnson coming, was that he i did not want Johnson to see him1. He said that he did not think there] was any harm in calling Tuiler into j the. bedroom as he did not want nny- When Dr. Morse's Indian Root FHJs Cured her Chronic Liver Complaint one to see the doctor there with his wife, when he was not there himself, closed the bedroom door from habit. With re-rani to the shr.ioi.ing he said thru IIP intended to .shoot John- Mrs. of Winnipeg, Man., an interesting story of relief from intolerable suffsrinps: "I can hardly tdl yon how sufferings have been.- Chronic liver com plaint accompanied bv biliousness daily source of trial :o me, Every da> the sickening effect; ol J longed for some niedi PAINTING, DECORATING, PAPER HANGING 'The most satisfactory interior of any building we have built in the "West." So writes a large firm for whom we had a Jarge contract. son, hut missed him. shot at Ins j cine that should permanently drive their legs, but was in sncii a teir.per at avray. ause whatever for worry. Spring t s w. o- a ork at the experimental farm is factories with a populanoTi -'of dvanced and the feeling there is or more our limits. WELLINGTON BROS. PHONE 1472. YouTre Sure of Good Work from Us. seeing his j meant to f ed to come om or the roon? first, hut '.viie asea.iitod that he j 0 nearmg of Dr. Morse's Indian Root IA Plils' -1 Bought they were worthy'of v ,o Ue My surprise was indeed j firen soon as nc carcc ir.to lhe j From.the very first I experienced relief. when Johnson and Tuller were j Continuing with them I found ray troub- strupplins near the table. He start-1 ?ut surdy Ieavinf me- 1 j ana oelore long I once tnorc knew tvhAl Tn rtnl tnn rtvcr Vmf- i a was oe iree from the harassing ef- i tiirnpd to ge; his revolver flrcs.ser and Tuller came out first. Was First to Telf j He said that he n-as the first to teli Chief Gillespie about thf> affair (nnd thai on or Tuesday i lieforc hc was arrested. lie did not of? the i iccts of the ailments that had long sick- ened and weakened So great is 017 j faith in Dr. Morse's Indian Pills thtt "I j shall aeTer on any account be Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pilla euro Bowd and Kidney as well as Liver troub- Zcs, asrf ieep heatthy. 2Sc box at your n territory state that tbe jwheat is well up and never looked 1.fit- ter. There arxoears co be no to feel that crops have suffered from the worid to come aud share the dry period. The plant Is in aim our-good fortune, healthy condition and seems to have1 Tlle "'s waking.up to the future ample moisture and the'farmers areibefore lt- Paving and street railway not complaining. Today is very nre undertaken. The and that will benefit, things Delved M A general survey of the situation'hero'ncnr future -tith these and other seems to indicate that, conditions are attractions that will from time to very 'satisfactory" and there is bc there is net the ''ea cause whatever for" in niind that this will.ho- wor ad no appreciable damage has 'resulted j NVw there is, c.ne question of jfrom the hot dry winds. that the of sh keep before m FROM CI.C? MOME TOWN Jin this- future dcvsiopment, and Berlin water-works cleared [M matter of union depot. Jast vear !bridge is beginning to attract the rail-j Assistant Citv Engineer Reddle. anci they are'a11 Hamilton, was dismissed, due to the sewer bungle, but rc-engagcd on a basis. Chri trying to assist brother to enter fine large station calling forth words Canada after hc had been once rie- of'praJse from the hundreds of trav- iyorted at Windsor. fillers' who stop off daily at. Lelhbridee tne-v coe as the-v surely i .will, let arrangements be made dor. to "sen-e them all instead of three Chris. Colripisie. of St. Thomas, j0r four small builflings that fail to at-j is fined at Niagara Falls for (trapt: of the traveller. A ;