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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta May THE LISXnBBIDCiR DAILY JIERALD REMEMBEU Hie times when we had to Kiuoke ilie iMosijuUoes :nvay in the And to brush the flies or simply endure (hem? times hate Now we -know that these Insects were the .means of spreading dangerous diseases, and protect our homes and. families by screening them out. IT-PAYS both from the standpoint of comfort and convenience 'or Our stock of screens and screening permit's you to fit any-dpor or window.-; We handle the best quality which will- last for-years. This means that you can put them up in a few minutes next season thus saving you the time and trouble of'fitting hew ones as we'll as the cost of. buying .them. screening off that porch7 It will be the most pop- ular place in the neighborhood Come In ana see how little It really will cost. _r C. W. GRAY "The Best Hardware House" Furnace Work IS OUR .SPECIALTY AND WE'DO NOT PRETEND TO INSTALLiA 'DOZEN DIF- ECTDCWT O 1_ _A W TIO e .'GUARAN: TEE THEM''ALL. The Western Tin- smithing Co. 408-5th St. S. Phone 1274 MURDERER'LOOKS WORRIED Arthur- murdered of Louis Porter of is now in Lindsay Jail. Ho looks haggard and woirfed Look in If ou wish to win. See us for snaps Farin Lands The C. Ludtke Land Co. MONEY TO'LOAN Farm Lands a Specialty; Insurance, General Brokers BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA FAMILY SUICIDE A whole family of twelve peison- grandmother, father, mother and nil coiuraitteTl suicide Bucharest. Took Holiday to Hear Alberta's Premier (Continued which few government systems, ore doing. The AllxHtu debt on Deo.'31, Hi I, was all ot which is 'permanent rouils, bridges, scimols, and 'against tliu of which no word of criticism has. evpr huen ducctfd hy pitfw., 01 liom plat- form, yido oc party. IJesldua, the tor roads, etc., there way borrowed lor telephone svJjtem ,is before stated, and a further uxtcntiioit of same calls for more, which makes a total debt of for the. en- tire provincv It, will be the policy of the Siftou government to keep on extending the 'phone system, the roads, ttie bridg-i cs, the railroads, and.'all public util- itics without fear or. favor, a.s fast as tlic eicdit of tjie province will it until all are .supplied with the means of. transportation and tele- phone service: lo-which they arc cu-j titled. The record of Altiecu for the past years in building railways and making public improvements is ahead j of any; made thus far, and the next i five years will see a greater advance'. than has ever been, witnessed before in the world Mr.' Sifton took his seat amidst long continued cheering. Mr. '.I. W. Woolfc was then called io explain the organization and work- ing of miles square into1 which divided, which lie did to the satisfaction of all prcs- ent. Mr. Siflon stated that it was ...the pohf} of the government to assist in the large works, but not in all pub- lie works, which, '-would necessarily come under locil management under the Municipalities Act. Also the powei of the nunnupaU- ticb to borrow monej bo sup-, eivised and advice the gov- ernment. "COMMERCE IS As Mr. Lackey, the Harbor Engineer, Says THEREFORE m Love Caused Murder of George Lakaty.o'; MANN Is a City of Certainties The lln'iig that stands out about Port ILann is ih, absolute certainty of future. Men who made fortunes in ]STcw York, Chicago, Seattle, Vancouver. were taking a gambler's chance, ilnn ijivcst in Port take no clninuc. lorecast with certainty tho future oJ'Port 11 ami. With its harbor, a tuniiinal of a great transcontinental railway, and the vast wealth of Canada back of il. it wjllsoon be'comc the Livi-rpool of Western Canada. Pod, .Mann is (he greatest oily of opportunity along all lines ok trade and industry on the American con- tinent today. Don't Miss Your Opportunity Bur today. Sec our agents at once and remember we own or control the mayor por- tion of the original townsito of Port Mann. FREEMAN-M ACLEOD, Dominion BE O. J. Amundsen Son, Claresholm Pacific Properties, Limited, Pacific Building, Vancouver, B. C. (.Continued WJicn you buy matches ior THEY.HAVE'A TRUE SAFETY BASE HEAD, WITH 'SILENT TIP. WILL IF: STEPPED ON. Eddy's Matches have eat- isfied Canadians Bince no others The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada ALFALFA SEED and all other kinds of Seed FOR SALE Alfiilfa Seed, per poujid Barley per JOO Ib. Flax, per Imshel Norlhoru Wheat, per bushel Exlra Oats, per 100Ib....... 23c. S1.05 Ellison Milling Elevator Company. Ltd. Lethbridge Thomas Heard Shooting w William Thomas, tlie next witness to leaving iiis Homo about twenty ten night of the murdei, and to hearing the-sound of five shots, and .yelling and .swearing between--the'flrsti'.see? ond and third reports. Did not consid- er it unusual, owing .to there being, f-re quent fifiMs between the miners He not have thought anj mo out thf; matter had lie not next morning that a murder haUjbe-ei committed i M. Lepine, prefect of police of, Par- is, was notified, and decided- to; cap- ture or lull the bandits, as Piance is determined "to rid the country of those who have heeu spreading ror on every side. G. Kinloch gave evidence on -.the turns line. George -Passmore, of. spoke of 'the, which .the accused is said to turned from Colenmn being on time. Accused Was Perturbed Sergt. Bower, RNW.AIP, was an important witness in that he gave evi dence regarding visiting the shack where accus-ed lodged on the .Monday after the ]Ie .was at that time stationed at Bellevue, and- was called on to investigate.. He'saw cused, who was in the of return- ing to the shack with a pail of milk, and during the interview he appeared to be much agitated, great bead? of perspiration i oiling off him. lie no- .iced the wound on prisoner's little 'inger, which he could not explain satisfactorlly. He made a statement hat lie had. been to Colenmn on the Sunday to get back the loan .of o a friend.' On bis return the sairie da> he united .t. apoitmg house in the and remained there'-mi- ll 1.30 in the morning. Repairing to his house, after his interview-with sergeant obtained certain nl'ormntion from its inmates, uruing to the shack, obtained a sec? md; statement from the accused. The Blood-Stained Garments' The disclosure of this was objected p by the do-fence, and his Lordship ustained the Asked how the clothes he wore on Sunday, i ccuscd produced, and witness riotic-1 (1 stains of blood. In cross-examJria- j ion he.admitted that he would not positive that (hey were tain-3, but they appeared uncommon-1 like them. Tho body of the murdered man whs ound by a miner outside the coal nine at Frank, at 7 a.m.. on Thurs- ay, February "ID. Court adjourned until 10 o'clock on Vednesday morning. ENJOYABLE-ENTERTAINMENT ;Tbe jailer- at; Atlanta, in -trying tc entertain Mrs, Grace the sc ciety ;woman charged with shootin; her husband kill, ed her the prison and how i is opeiatcd She went into hysterics INQUIRE' INTO DEATH GAS FOR ST. THOMAS St. Tliomas, May Genital ipo Line Company, 'Chatham, has inde an offer to supply the city of I Thomas with natural gas from the ieniui fields by October t next. The large to consumers is to he forty- ve cents per thousand feet, of which it> company will receive "0 cuntB. ami j city 15, tho city doing: the dlslrl- buUoi> An -inquest will be at-Peter horo into the death oi Jaines Peters fisheries .inspector, found in three feet of. water, .while Rober Thornbeck, a companion, ..was found clinging :tb an canoe. WHITE SfAI DOMINION from Mpntreal Every Saturday for calling at Quebec; May 11, June 8, July 6. 15, Jdly 13. 25, June 22, July 20 1, June 29, 27. S.S. LAURENTIC, S.S. MEGANTIC Largest and Finest steamers _in trade. Staunch and steady. Excellent 'accommodations foi all classes MODERATE RATE SERVICE :S.S. .Teutonic S.S. .Canada carry one class only .The best these steamers afford at moderate rates, ulso comfortable third-class two, four and six-berth room s. For reservations, ratee, plans il- lustrated booklets, etc., apply to railway or steamship, agents or to W. M. McLEOD, C.W.P.A. 333 Main Street Winnipeg CMMIM nmm STEAMSHIPS LTD. The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shortest Route to London on Ton Floating Palacat. SI. Lawrence Sailings R.M.S. Uoyal George May 29 R.M.S. Koyal Edward Juno 12 IU1.S. Uoyal Ocorge........lunc 26 Kates of Passase 1st class..... J'JU.50 and upward! 2nd and upwards d class Bristol "or London ?32.50 Ask any ntilu-jiy or steamship agent for Illustrated Booklets rates, etc., or write. A IT DA VIS GENERAL A. 11. WAV iO, AGENT, 2X2 MAlti STREET Or, S.B.MITCHELL, Agsnt. C.P.R., Lethbridge. FREDERICK OF DENMARK: DIED AT HAMBURG Cultured Ruler Passed Away Greatly Loved by His People London, -Slay Frederick VIII., of Denmark, died morning at Hamburg. 'Frederick was proclaimed King o'f Denmark as Frederick VIII., on.Janu- ary 30, after the death of Christ- ian: DC, the aged, king, who of the crowned heads of .Europe, er of King George of Greece, o-f the Queen -Mother Alexandra of Great Bri tain; the Empress .Dowager of Rus- and granuuu.her iof- King-Haalton rlL, of -Norway: King Frederick VIII. was born at Copenhagen, June 3, 1853. He was as popular the people of Den- mark as was his father By the wish rf Ms parents he was 'brought up with great simplicity. t Frederick saw His 'ounger brother, and his own son be- ome reigning monarchs, of Greece ,nd: Norway, while he ilmself was still an heir apparent. King Frederick was-noted for his ultnre, and possessed many foreign' distinctions. While seldom openly Id