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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 12 The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Saturday, May 14th, 1910. SNAP New five roomed cottage, sixty- seven feet frontage. Price Easy Terms THE ZELLER LAND CO. ROOM 1 HILL BLOCK. PHONE 1451 New Ruler As Boy Prince Wanted To Have Good Time "You Can Sit in Corner and Play King But I'm Going to Enjoy He Told Elder Brother. bonbon with some sentimental in- scription. The young woman pre- tended to be much shocked, and show- ed her displeasure by continuing her music. The next evening Prince George shyly -but nriseheviously brought a larger package, which lie handed to her with more deference. Miss Mus- grave refused it, saying she did not care for bonbons. "Please forgive me and accept said Prince George. Of course, she relented, took the package, and found within excellent photographs of the two princes with their autographs beneath. Ten years later- Prince George returned to Ber- muda as commander of the Thrush. The same geniality characterized hiin as before, and toe frequently was seen at the houses of the residents playing tennis and in the harbcr sailing, par- ticularly with the American girls. LOCAL BUDGET -Mrs. Woods, wife of W. R. Woods, of the Freight Office staff, arrived in tne city this morning from t The following incidents are related ol King George V. of England in 1880 with his elder .brother, Prince Edward, Duke of Clarence, he was stationed in. the West indies a midshipman on H.M.S. Bacchante. On one occasion an afternoon re- ception was given in his honor at Bermuda by the admiral, Sir Leopold McClintock of Arctic exploration Came. A set of lancers had been formed in witch their royal high- nesses were to join.. The elder bro- j tber took his place on time with his and all the other couples were there, but Prince George could nowhere be found. After waiting a few minutes Lady McClintock went herself -to search for turn. Glancing in the nursery as she passed she discovered him washing the face of one of hu small -daughters .who had fallen down while playing in the garden with the prince and covered with mud. At the same rectiJtion Prince Ed- ward had remonstrated with his younger brother tor his lack of dig- nity. His reply was: "Now, took here, old chap. If you want to stand in the corner and play you're the king of England, you can, but I'm going to have a good time." Whereupon he went off and danced with the 'prettiest" girt in the room, saying to her as he slipped on his .Stoves: "My grandmother is such a partic- ular old She told me never to dance unless I had on my gloves." j he is very enthusiastic While at Kingston, Jamaica, on the j Lcthbridge district, same cruise the princes with their The National Land Co., formerly HOBOTAR WILL RESERVE HIS DEFENCE IN THE LAZARUK MURDER HEARING Crown Apparently Expects Plea Of Self Defence-Press And Public Excluded From Hearing Witness thought Lazaruk was cutting Three new witnesses were produc- ed by the Crown in the preliminary hearing of the Lazaruk murder case yesterday, who did not give evidence at the inquest at the beginning ol the week. They were Dr. F. H. Mew-burn who performed .an autopsy on the body of the murdered man; Diniitrio Dzowsul, who met the accused, Was- between No. 3 and No. {Jjmomin'our where- hearing. At the inquest they attempt ed to have the press excluded, but (Joroner Humphries admitted them. Yesterday, they again 'made similar ap plication, and Inspector West ruled in the Crown's favor, under protest down. half way between No. 3 and No. they found a cap and 'the dinner buck- ets. There appeared to ue fresh marks upon the road, as if a, scuffle had taken place. A Visit That Wasn't Made. Dimitrio Dzowsul died about ten spare engine hoist room forty or fifty Jn the morning of the 6th inst. yards away to eat his lunch. Witness was cross-examined at vena was with him. He usually took Mr- Simmons as to the ex- about half an hour to eat his lunch. of the wounds. He did Witness was sitting and talking when not rind bullet. He could not Roderick Mclsaac came into the room say Aether Lazaruk was bending or and asked witness to come outside jstandinS slloL Tne resistance and also asked if that fellow Lazaruk tissue bad deflected the bullet up- w wards- He could not say as to the amount of the deflection. He took no measurements relative to the height of the wounds in front or back- er the body. An operation was per- formed at the hospital upon Lazaruk. There was of the bowels and of the spleen. The shock of the other wounds might have contributed to the cause of death. He could not say before the. operation was perform- ed whether deceased had any chance or recovery or not if .the operation had not -been performed. After the operation he was quite certain that the patient would have died even if no operation had been made, because a perforation of the bowels if not op- erated upon would necessarily prove 'fatal. There were no other marks j upon the body or evidences of it hav- ing been kicked. Witness conclud ;cd the bullet had entered the back come out In front on account of I the relative sizes of the wounds. The edges on the back were inverted. The edges of the front wound were rag- ged and everted. The wound in front was larger and protruding from it was a piece of tissue. Founds Marks of Scuttle. James Horn, engineer at Xo. 6, saw the three Lazaruk's, at the engine house on the morning of May Gth. Al- ec Lazaruk was wounded. That was at 2.15 ,o.m. He next saw him in the undertaking parlors. He followed the trail back from No. 6 to No. 3 In the morning, and saw two dinner buckets and a miner's cap and lamp upon the ground ahout a mile a quarter away trom No. 6. was with him. There were bkxxl Lazaruk was a machine man, and scraper-man worked "mates" with him Witness knew Lazaruk to be a ror- eigner, and had known him for about a week. When he came up In the cage with him it was about ten min- utes to two. Lazaruk was supposed to come off shift at half past eleven SKETCH TLLEY REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE LOANS Live Stock Insurance Automobile Insurance SNAPS 30 foot lot, 75 feet deep on London Road, between Round and Crabb, Terms. 125 feet on Westminster Road by 100 feet on Bompas Terms 100 feet on Westminster Road between Dufferin and Bompas, terms 2 lots racks block 60 on lane facing bar- Terms Watch this space FOR GOOD SAFE BUYS Phone 1343 Cor. Round and Dufferin Sts. ;