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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta urmmupnE DAU.Y HERALD It Depends on You Whether you get the Best Meats, the largest vat iety and the best service. We Kill and Treat All Our Own Meats No disappointment, but perfect satisfaction with every order. Our Meats Tempt the Spring Appetite Let us show you that we have the best on the market GEORGE A. DELANY Comer 4th Avenue and 6th Street, S. "Our Motto is Quality" GET SANCTION OF RAILWAY BOARD Thursday, May 1HI2 Phone 452 RICHESON IN THE DEATH HOUSE Boston, Mass Mav IT larence V T Richeion, the confessed poison-1 fr 01 Alls- Linell, passed his fksij night in the death house of the state penitentian at Cliarlestown, lossim; and turning on his cot U it expected Richesoa Avill vbe summoned to the clealh chair before morning, Mai 21st, then is still time ior action In the conn cil nhicli mai result in commutation of INTERFERING IN THE BYEJLECTIONS ALLEGED THAT INSURANCE MEN HAVE BEEN ACTIVE IN SOUTHERN RIDINGS WANT TWO CENT POSTAGE RATE COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATIONS IN GERMANY PETITION FOR LOW- ER POSTAL RATES Mai 11! Complaint has I litrlin, 1'uo bundled and l ohcib of n PEOPLE STUNNED AT KING'S DEATH IT WAS ENTIRELY UNEXPECTED CHAT, WITH VETERAN FUR DEALER reactird Hit proMncial otficts of wn j.dft, leiil.m eial iiisutanu' companies that agents jlune witb lieadquarteij) lit this till .ire taking an lUne part in thp p ieilerie Fine of 100.00 a Day if C.N.R. LetsG.N.R. Use Tracks Ottilia, Out, Mai lall- H'ny hoard this morning issued an -or- .dfr in the matter of (he agreement entered into between the Canadian Haihiai lompam and Ihe Midland Kailu.n uncld uhlch can Him uciis ban. bi-en .to take 'tia.ns from tin. intetiialional loti'idai. inlu (lie cili 01 Winnipeg Hie older, aftit pointing out that I Mils aureenienl has nem been iali-i lied hi the railwai boaid, under telins of the laii.iai, act, rebtiams U, ihe taiinais iron, piittim; it Ward Was Apatl feet pilot to 'ts sanction In ihe gov- frnoi-generil in council on the recom- mendation of the boaid Afler Mon- dai, Mai_ 20, a pinalli of 5100 per dai mil imposed iach torn-} Uu, pan, lihici, disobcib the ordt, issued leidai bj oveiiiholmmg majolitie 10 'Iheie lleie no suipnseb, the nninbei of votes polled North Lefhbridge. iiheie Intel est the bilaus lias supposed to be lei keen, and also m tlie majoru> ainst the stieet railivai cjvteiibion bj Ian in tue noith, nhoie the latepaj era declared themselves against. O .vote a majority or -10. Jus Sun) iwh> "le Norlh Lethbildge latppasei I should hale loted In HUB inaimei ha tan talk about lout fainilj re- nol jet been explained unions, the reunion of friends, who! 'Mayor Hatch1, and the members c n tin, san.L toiin, but council are gre.itlj pleased ml theie is nothing mote interesting a than ,1 reunion of a number of old time ion men 1 he} can tell some FOR MAKING SOAP, SOFTENING WATER, REMOVING PAINT, DISINFECTING SINKS. CLOSETS, DRAINS, ETC. SOLD REFUSE SUBSTITUTES MONEY BYLAWS CARRIED BY SNUG MAJORITIES edc, But South Polled a Fair Vote REUNION OF OLD TIME "COW MEN" Uunei, about this distmtih slums th, llC3ire ot the peoplu of Luthbndgc to eminent a''s 5'0'1000' the to im-sdai aik'inoon the Gei- cial als. againsi the liber A. man named ivennv lias beeir seen "In Chm-slinlm Iloadlev of .Oko- luks Ilirce others aie reported to at PANKHURSTS IN POLICE COURT Lsni'oc, Pankburst, leader of the militant silt and Mr and Mrs Pethnlck rente, joint o? 'Voles for nere anaigned tods} at the 1 OW Bailey aesaions, on a charge o, rompirlns together, and also Christo i bel Pankbttrst, to incite to malicious of jiropertj All defendants not glllltj the Gentian eminent to Uo .iv.s; iv Uh tlir restrictc.i tuu postage between Germany and tliu, tin tul Siatis, anil introduce' a uni- iait, itun as applies to American letters. Ihe petition sus forth lavc-.bceu iiiteru-nng >n Caulsion V presenl sist-m of forttauhitg fur tuo' 'K man Rochl, it ,s said, has been icuts Mich letters, as aie carnal, rtitoite4 itllf' espiu.ilh active, anil in tompam abioad di.nct the Gcimai! wjtli a man alleged io fepre.sent a steanieii, results delav ami u f saltl "I .shall he man dealer (L ou b( in said ihr' t ij "I am fflaii to sec unir looking so replied the lalter :l know lute .neui anil praine instead 01 lieing jn untied with fields of giain dot- ad with tattle U unicipal impioieuienis, the mon It would, n.'.ifcc the hair of a tender- I foot stand on its end lo hear them VIOLENCE BY STRIKERS Atlanta May first no leace In connection Kith the strike 01 pressman on William R Ilearet't-At "Georgian" occurred early to i when the strike breakers and union men from the Touinal engaged in a fight Three of the union men in the hospital badlj beaten and cut It is said the strike brenkeis are from York The "Georgian's emploiees, It reported tm> mornrar, consMenng return- to nork jiiaclmien (.oippeni, has been busv uorlving up and down the side lines. Proimtm] officers thu kuou nothing of the movements of these men, who s.u, are supposeii to le doing what tliev are to busmess From all ap- pcaranrcsj however, it bt'Pin that tlm n takum; ratbe too much mttrcsl, the election an art I ihcral support for tli compHiurs Liberal workers saj arc part of the campaign of the "hi which are trung to the Liberal tiiro WHAT A CIGARETTE DID Kansas Citj-, Mo, Jlaj eig arette, thrown into_a pile ot haj hi a tramp is belleied'to started a 'ire, which snept a portion of Kansas City stockVards earii causing damage estimated at SoO.OOO Fanned ly fieice nind, the flames at times hreatened the entire vards Two hoiisand cattle, one hundred tons of aj, five acres of pens ami the goi rninsnt tuberculosis testing station were destroyed .ents oiifv Mich as aie carrud abioad di.nct f from the Gcimai steanieis results delav and consequentlv meat labs to tlve Oei man American business uoild It ib asserted that1 is blame for limiting; the'tuo cdnt rate to itf, piesent inadeiiuiite'ionn Ihe government is said to pointed out that expense would he m- voheil in two tpni Ifttprs to Ciermain In Hnglibh and French steaii.ers. Tlic pi'litioneis think that both 'he German and lamed States ments can afiord Lo fce gencious MI the tnattet whether the application of the rate to all letters tia cost or not Vmerit-a's diroi.iL postal deficit is said to havr ireased, while the German r is the largest on lecoid Uit famous, ten m their uiam thrilling fes in tlu. davs Hound ill, I jlnu! uds covvhov earn- nis salary HE nail to worK' eigii- i tun honis out of the ivventv-four and j oiU'n the) would get no sletp lot! davs .if a time, and when tliev ilul vinwu to sleep the bale prairie j was .their mattress and the blue skv been ''Utic Hcrr inontii "Au I I lAn bj, rejoined the King, 1' "hut at Ibis flod for eiei} daj Then the King life ne thank handed to Hcrr SEVEN LIVES ARE LOST IN FJRES Rclliiigl.ain, flush, FOSTER SENDS HIS COMPLIMENT lion Geo E Foster has written t secretaij of the Board of Trade, knonledging receipt of the annual i port of the Board He look occaslo o compliment the Board on its acti ties and tlie splendid character of i innual, report For Short or Medium Figures It.. Dir.CoV.etNo. 71S ,hown b.r.witk, P.ri, desijn, brought over h" cbanj. to ,t to tho J-Ihllr fuller atronjer forma of C.n.di.n women. (TW I is why ,o "odel. i "ff.otwkick ij >o s r by mld; "C irimm.d wilb l.ce. bow, and h.i .uspenden, bnok and Xrinf. It l. boned .ohrelr with dupl.! .topped with .ilk. ?.'8 b> it will be Like .verr o.her 00( OUl" The Dominion Corset Company Makers of the D A Corset Quebec ll.igcubeck the kiuqhts OlOii, o( the liannebrng Order His sjici ins ratnrr long intended to (o the recipient People Were Stunned The people of Denmaik stun ned In the audden death of their poj Kills onlv days ,ig thej informed in officiiil (on nnmicatio'is, eo.i.olsiely hnd lecover ed from the senous'illiress, huh ha afected him early in-the jeai that hu Totun 'lilies of tinibei, and ciinps the Knglisli Logging to, neat tia I ilton. last niclit flom Nice had heen hurried bj th Jihjslcians A iiimoi IE, current thdt the late King recently tisited a founue teller Incognito, and informed he would die on May 15 The CouTt- nhjsicians v.ere unable to induce him to observe tile quiet ne cessarj to his rain alesence During the firjt two >ears ot hii reign he was nol bj the Danes but in the last couple" of 5 ears illen the ueojile had recoguiyed hib deal for Danish welfare and prosper ly he became popular. Son Didn't Know of.Death Copenhagen, Mai Prince Chris- lan out his customarj ude ailj todai, uiianne of h's fathpri, eath When he arrived m the capital rom hla icsidence outside, he ogs fljing at half mast and this ivas is lirst intimation of the bitter blon Alexandra Prostrated London, Mav 15 Quran-Vother Al and Ihe Douager Empieca ary of Russia, bolh or whom are sis rs of the dead King Frederick are roiliated bv the shock of his Ma death The Dowager Empress aiy is staling at JlarlboroiiRh ouse as the guest of hei sister king George and Qneon Mary pro- erted td Jlarlborongh House imme atelx aftci were informed of diamaiic Speakers Paid Tribute oudon, May were paid la> speakers of both housei of rliamciit to thu memory of (he Into King Fiedeneli Germany's Sorrow ncilln, 15 lohanncB ICaempf speakor, ni the openijig of the Reich iUig todaj announced the death of Ihe King of Dounmilc, and ex- pie of Iliclt ouh coveung 'Ihtre was one tiling counl count on in those sinl men hunieil lo death, squa 0116 of tlie hoji, anil tint uas wainifwelcome at aiu house OL }on happened to slnke The cdnoi of Tin had the plea-. snre ill uiLL.ting a number ot old tuni- C'OWLEV j May lithel Shar n' Lundbieck was m town Satnrda night The tootball I earn of C'owlej w .oy bylaws voted at the December el- cc tioiib maklni; up almost the renuiB- tier, of tlie issue. nie i.uious committees of the coun- cil mil he in a position lo lote I heh ebllmates, for thu jeai. and iiith. in a month lbe late for 191 J iiiu likely be declared. 'I he detailed lote on yeslerdni's bylaws -Tollows: Bylaw No. 1. For for electric light extensions' Foi Agit MaJ South Lethbihlgc 21 f. 507 Noilh Lethhnilge tl 2 17 232 S 224 For for street railway exten- sions ioulh Lelhbndge North Lellibndge 182 2QG li 172 -Majority against bylaw. Bylaw No 2 for firehjll, storehouse', etc.' south Lethbrldge ill, 2J 174 S'oilh Lclhbrldgt J7 l; 21J 2C for puichase road relic-, outh Lelhbndge IS't 25 Oi Ih Ll'thb'rldge 11 i 187 .161 .IB ylaw No 3 for and sewage quth Lellibilflge B0j'r 12 orth L'ethlindge 20 t 22S 13 215 for waterworks null Letlibridge 20G II) HS grtli Lethbridge 11 2 17 on thiv sanie dav, and listened w'ilh inieresL to their ronvcisation Among then number weie Archie Mel can, beatsn bv the finer team on Sumla but Mho would boonir talk ahout by a score something awful to jelate limes with the bovs. on the prainrs A meeting of the Cowle} basebn than lie would politics, I'atter- now hu stock in- spector at Winnipeg, Hill Whitnei, cl.ib mil be held in II C Mornsou' office Wednesday eiening, tlaj 13th All mtcieste.l please attend D A Pein, Aliss Pern and .Mis ai i he present time has a la rue A number of oatrle hnd UsltoTS ln number of cattle and 200: heart of horses riinnini; on the 1 iltle Uon 20 iniiCb last of Caimangai, I II Dan- son, noil of I.ethbndge, the first man mole to this distnct, and George and Atthiit Baldii in, I urn Doj le.i touu Sunday All Clitjter manager of the Union Bank, is leniing Wedi.esdai foi B C, nhere he mil lefaume Ins duties Mi Christie liab oulj been here short tune he has made ma'nj in, i uiLv uoj ir i