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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May TTTE Z DAILY TO-NIGHT Picturei you will want to see a lecond time IN TIME FOR PltEHK A most acceptable) picture dealing- with two rival reporters. JJotli tlm plot iiiitl tho "photography are novel, and'perfect. This Ls one of those rare arouse interest Crow the .very etart, and 0110 that will ''toko honors" in any program and (jive entire aii'tla- faction. THE HACK AND SCUM IDT BOUT The "Wrestling Game" Is usually n bit slow-from1 the specta- tors point of view, but thin one Is .full of "Electrlciy" and ,ls n gerles'of .big hearty laughs from beginning to ond. Please Keep on the and No Tickling A POLISHED BUKGLAH A comedy in Iho 'truo sense of tho word. You will laugh when you see it, ,and laugh when you get .to bed. AVe don't often have the.pleasure of seeing a comedy of this class. "Oh you .father-in-law" WATCH THIS SPACE CLOSELY ON WILL PA'Y YOU Two Little Splinters Will Figure largely (Continued from front page) Grand Big Change To-night (a) THE POACHER A very pretty drama by the Thanhouser Company THE MUSICIAN'S DAUGHTER A very impressive story by Eclair Company (C) SCENES IN GERMANY By the Italia Company (d) BLOCKHEAD DELIVERS the CHINA A '.Roaring French Comedy Noiioe: Pictures change daily Doors Open, at 7 p.m. Prices 10 cents and 15 cents He examined 'die finger of the accused on Feb. There wevc two wounds in tin- Kijcoiid joint, one on top of Hie finger and'oiio bolow it. Tho .Lop woiiu'd was at lliu back. He look thy two wounds for the cntranca and exist of ,1 'bullet., The ftugtfc was liloud-sUujiud and reddened to sonic extent-. There bone crepltus hi the joint. Tlie wound was compara- tively, might have UGH caused within. 24 hours from thc'iime he saw it., lie cleaned it on the fol- lowing day, dressing it with iodo- fonu and-pulling around it or- dinary plain lie X-rayed-it, mill' developed the plate, which show-; ed dark spots, shadows caused by .the j piesemc of nietaliiL substances in I the wound. at tended to' the wound again on F-ch. 22nd, and or unwrapping dressing found two amal splinters of wood in it, and the drain- age These pieces were not present on the wound when he examined it previously. These splin- ters were of dark gray color and showed no signs of blood. The Significant Splinters In this respect it may be remarked that (ho contention of the crown is that (hese splinters of wood were inserted in the wound bv the accused to prove-his story of having it caus- ed through falling'on a piece of wood. Hence the importance. The doctor went on to sav that the type of the wound was such as would he caused by a body travelling with considerably velocity Cross-examined, he could not .he certain that the drops he noticed on the trail were those of blood. He lelt Minost sure, however, thej were, because he picked up a chunk of ice and examined it. He was not quite positne that the dark shadows on the X-ray'plate were caused by mei- Your first mouth- ful of these crisp brown, sweet- hearts of corn will make you wish you had Jong ago made an everyday habitofeatingthis cereal confection. 58 61 Liberals; 16 Con- servatives and Two Labor Members CORIN Heard Sunday Night Martin Evans, an Austrian miner deposed to leaving for tiic Frank mine between 10.30 and 10.35 on Sun day ..night; February 18. He heard four, or in rapid succession On cross-examioation, he admitted that his countrymen who came over here-were very much scared of the Mounted Police. Sergt. Lindblad, H- N. .M. P., spbke, regarding accused being plac- ed '2 cell of. the barracks at Macleod on February 19. No one bad occupied three weeks previous.' On customary inspection of the.cell on the morning of the 22ud he notiral that some spiintei s of wood had been recently taken out the walla of the cell Qross-examined, he removed further splinters from the wall on February 23, -jiccordin'g to instructions received from gupt. Primrose. The marks first noticed- w'ere. sufficient to the removal of two bplintcio And can save you money. Try us with your, business W, 1. McKenzie Co, Next Royal Bank Big Crowd Heard the Premier at Claresholm (Continued from fiunfe page} Monarch Solid for Mackenzie "Monarch, 15 he meeting last night inutile interests of Hon. Malcolm Mackenzie ivaa greeted bj'a capacity house, and theie a swing .which meant victory for the new min'- letei Mr C E Mqore pieauled, and addresses were delivered by Mr. Mac- kenzie 'and Hon. C. R. Mitchell, Min- istei of Public Works It a oplen did meetug, and the Incial Tieasurei poll a big maioilb here He hfid 3G at the General El-1 ection, and: there -are claims of at least 70 for bye-election. FAITHFULLY HE DID HIS WORK GRAND MASTER ivicNA55 FAiQ o7 MASONIC ING PRESENTATION s. The handsome silver tiouel present ed to Mr..Thomas M..McNabb, of.Tur- in, 'Grand .Master of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Alberta, on t, casion of the laying of the corneTstone of the Elm street Medicine on exhibition, iii Armstrong's window, and is greatlj admired It a Iiandsome representation o-r the silver workers' art. completing a busy year as .Grand.Ma> ter. He visited Perfection. Lodge of Calgary on Tuesday night, and- that made b7 Usits within (be juns-dlctioi for the year. He ity Lodge In, North Letlibridg-a .oil Fri day night, and that will'probably be :iis last official itct for the tern] The. Grand Lodge meets in nonton on Wednesday, May 20. Tbe position .is -one..which brings gratifying a man, .but it a lot of bis 'time, Mc- Nabb's 67- visits signify. On: Tues- daj night in Calgary Worship'ul Mas er Dobie in behalf. of .the .members tnd officers of Perfection Lodge pre- ;ented the popular Grand Master with i handsome cut glass-set of seven ieces. Mr. McNabb "was overwhelm- d with surprise, but' graciously ac- :nowledge-d the honor. The railways have granted are for one hundred--members at rand Lodge, and, needless to saj, here' will be considerably, over..one undred there SHOT HERSELF Pembroke, "Uaj 15 ing relumed trom Kingston asjJum with her few (lavs' old child two tteehs ago, apparently cured_of .her H 3 of Cobden shot liorsfllf through the.head on Friday afternoon and died aim out immediately, LICENSE REFUSED TO FRANK HOTEL Frank, Alia., May license commissioners held their annual meet- ing at ths Sanitarium Hotel, and ap- plications for. renewals .were consid- ered, covering all licences for the dis- trict between PincherCrcek and Cole- man. The chief commissioner warn- ed the licensees.-to ba careful that obejed tne Licensing Act striclh al, but tiiev were dense enough to "tie- so. H was generally conceded that the rajs could not penetrate metal The grc> marks ou tie splinters oi .ware not chemically examined for blood. Caused hy a Bullet Dr. Frascr, deposed to examining the finger wound1 tin Feb. 23rd.' He was of the opinion that it could not be caused by any thing but a bullet Lottie Wilson, Keeper of a house of disrepute, ttstif'ed to a call made prisoner about 9 1' on Sundaj night, Feb 18ih, shorth after the trai-i pulled in to PianK froii? Coleman lie was refused admittance, ind ivulod again about o'clock, arid ed the house: Witness was made ven wrathy in cross examination by Mi Putnam, who .attempted to tloRCrov lier ciedibihtv referring a statement she made at a certain Iri.il when she charged one Isaac Gro'd- bioom with obtaining from her for a pair of diamond carings w Inch part of his duties: to'iuinutely examine every portion o' tlie cells every morn- ing The walls were jvnted drab Seigt Dower, II N AV M P re called for further idence stated that at no time did lie make use of .inj threat or Inducement to cause the accused to answer questions, or to make statements Court then adjourned till the after noon. v Star Witnesses Tomorrow It is thought that it will le the remainder" or the week to hear al the Thesis? are jet io come Tha -wife of the accus- ed, one of the main Crown witnesses Is expected to occupy (he btand ai: day tomorrow (Continued trom front page) porters of the ConsorvaUve candi dotcB, gavo their votes to the govern mont candidfitoa, Tula was jnirtlc uiarly noticeable In tho eastern .town- ships.! There tho 'Conservative or- ga nix ers hud counted upon dividing tho representation, but the Liberals in ado u clean sweep. In Ilochelega Mr. Fuuleuxv whp Mr. Sev orln Le'ourneau, tbe Liberal orgaii' Ixer, stated last night-that the Eng- lish vote had gone solidly against him. In tho dlbtrlct of Montreal, the Conservatives captured four out "of thirteen Vhere they -had pected six'; electing -MeBBrs. -Ta'nsey, in St. Gault. In St. George's, Smurt. In Weatmount, and Cousineau, In Cartier The largest majorities were secur- ed by Sir LOmer Oouiu, in Port Neuf; Godbout, in Beauce, and Kelley, in Bonaventme, each winning bj well over thousand plurality Pleased Sir Lomer. Gouin, Deceived the returns at'his home in' Quebec, was naturaly delight'ed at the fesultl'-When spoken to over distahce.'tel- ephoue last night from ho stated that he was greatly pleased with tbe result of tbe daj's "Naturally, I. am .'.delighted at'the showing made by. the.Liberal :party. At the same time, I, am not at all sur- prised, as I expected the vote would turn out as it did. However, ;It ie gratifying to realize that the people of the province know a government when they see one. I am very much pleased at this expression of the people's choice iu me, alao, be- cause it shows that the cause of Lib- eralism IB still very, much alive in the province. The only regret I have is i Majestic Theatre TO-NIGHT GREAT McEWEN KING OF ENTERTAINERS Master Magician, Mind Reader and Hypnotlit Aislited by a com- pany of capabli anociatcl. The funnlelt ihow on tht rojd Prices 25 cents and 50 cents upculni Mail rice Sdiuruiiy 15c ana 25c SEATS ON ROCHON's ICE CREAM PARLORS MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) I MeEwan Pleases Audience A large a'udicncc attendel the Ma- jestic tlieatre evening and en joyed to the full -the. tainment pioMdcd bj McEwen, the magician, mind leader and hypnotist '1 he entertainment presented b> Mi AfcEuen is cntirplv riiffurent from lytlung usualfj seen heie, and the aVnei in which the audience HAY SCORES TORY MACHINE PRESENCE CROWD OF IN EDMONTON EX- POSED A. to be glass She then denitd she had a hanking account, possessed one Mere followed-certain sordid '.de- tails associated with such houses, disclosed bv an inmate, Lizzie Kay- croft, spoke of I'd iclationsj luth the accused on the night 01 Fob 19th She idenufied a towel used by 11-Alfcorta, and the crowd uere with prisonei on winch a pillou slip, and a garment of! .took up cr> of hcL underwear lieaung the same j "clean politics and clean govern- These sUins, were not'ccd bj ber the mcnt. tlie tactics that the Tory following- morning. Prisoner fcfl the Part> was "Their cry Map A. CL McKai, laic 1 ibtral leader in Ou- taiio, spotie ii A meeting here in the, interests of Hon. U.. Cross. In no; uncertain manner he -arraigned the Conservative candidate and leaders introduction df Dr ani1 tlir employees into that my colleague, Hon. Mr. Caron, rks first Minister of Agriculture, is reported indicate to bo defeated by two votes, but thia It may prove'-to.be incorrect. All the other ministers were re elected bj good mBjorities. The general result '5 very grati-fying and naturally I am pleased." The Conservative Mr J, M Telller, the oposition lead received the.-results at Joliette. Although disappointed that his fol lowers- had not :met greater success lie was not at all -discouraged, and de-: clared that-the'fight would be kept up with undiniinlshed ;vigor, just-as the Conservatives had fo'iight in On- tario until they ultimately secured tile Over the, long 'distance telephone ]a-3t night' the oposition leader ma-de the" following statement. "I am Qbsolutelv unable to give aa> cause for our defeat. I had been all over the province, visiting nearlj every county, and there was nolhiiig': to indicate what has happened loday Now that tbe campaign is over, wish to thank the many workers wh put up'such a splendi-d th Cons-ei vative cause, and to? assur them that the opposition in thVLeg islatnre will, continue .its work the cause of good government fo the province with nndiminisiied zeal. And More to'Come The .final results, when the.. Legis lature show a slightlj arger the governmenl lince the elections for tbe Magdalei Islands and Gaspe will not be hel for -j-everal days, and they, generallj go with the government. There wil also be a bye election lor St John's or ;Port Neuf.'Whlch are now represented by. Sir Lomer Gouin. I is exacted that, tbe Premier will bold expression lo its pleasure that injurcdi tho performer bad caught the fancj of I CARDSTON MAN'S ANKLE SPRAINED TEAM FRIGHTENED BY AUTO, RAN ARE DOING WELL i CardMon, Mat proved, to be a serious Accident .aid jet not as serious as might have been, was that occurred at on Sundav last when Percy V. yiin-> tier was thrown from his rig and M- Wlfch hjg hnillv his auditors The program ulll be repeated tins cloning At The'Morrli The enne celebration pictures drew another large audience wag uitii a team of horses, and when approaching the mam road air an auto dm ing toward Bearer The driver of the team anticipated troti- hie, and imirediateh removed fdnuh fioin the rig. his last this beautiful theatre, auto, which -u as dmen by Dr and the management received compll-j jml rj W Spencer, seeing the racnts on this splendid program Iromj geri up and approached slon- notwithstanding this the team got frightened and one of the horaes to the three thea-, plunging back broke the rubber bit all parts of the house Commencing tonight the pictures will change en night tres on Fifth street using the pro aml knocking Mr Winder down m ducts of tbe same dim excnangc, the sUCh a 'that Ins aakle nas patrons see the same faces In all sprained The team then broke the three places, so Air Morris hat, tongue, and ran ay. Mr Winder deemed IL advisable to make a dailj j was taken back to his ranch his change, the products ot differ biother, as it uas thought that no tnt exchanges, and in tins ing hib patrons new faces, new pic lures ind new ou will cling; to the edge or jour leat vnlh excitement This la eallj good picture, which gives entire satisfaction Another picture .hat "s worlln of mention la a great comedy, entitled "Tho Stack and Iclnnidt which U a unlriue comedy in sense of tho w ord This IB a good one on the wrestling: is usually glow fiom i a fapeclator's point of new, but this me, which is Ji three-fall bingo" from the start, and e simply got to laugh, w belhe. 'on want to or nof. Hear what your e to s.ij about It WIDOW ELECTED MAYOR Sheridan, Su- sie "Wissler, widow, has been elect -Mayor" of Dayton, Wyo., oh tbe In- dependent ticket. A majority of the votes were cast by women. W. W'S FEAR MOUNTED POLICE For the Bride No gift !i more acceptable! than silver- ware. Remember that original "Rogers." It i "Silver Tlatc that Wears' Maticin the heaviest grnclc of plate', and ranks fim quihl) SoM by l Calgary, Jfay the mem- bers'of that widely-spread and exceed higly ti'onblcBQine organization called llle Industrial Workers of the World the Won't as thoy ana aptly a re- gard for the Royal Northwost'Mount- ed Police, and that'they do notiwish to test conclusions with'theBo red- coated guidians ot the petica is in dicQte-d by the studious, way in which the I. W. W.'s .Iinvc nbstaiiicd from carrying their war against, work in Alberta. Although a-; or Imvo been picked up at points along the rail- wns In Alberta, the I W W dl'lurb BIICCS Iinvc not spread to. this side of I lie Great Divitlo arc designed in many models, each closely follow- ing the lines of some par- ticular type of figure. Each model is made in a complete range of sizes. Rarely indeed do we find a woman who cannot be fitted "just as if the corset iwetc made for her alone." The important thing is to 'get the model that suits your figure. If your dealer hasn't the right one he will gel it for yoa If you ire interested m the new models, wnte for out free rtyle book. Crorapton Corrat Co., United Toronto ;