Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
TTTT; DAILY y, 17. BIG THREE DAY SALE Everything in our store of regular money laving values reduced. When we cut our usual low prices they are indeed Challenge Just to show you what we are doing for the next three dsyi. Oxfords in black, tain, patent, gun met- IVlCn 5 al and yifci kid. Regular for i A big variety of Ladies' and Children's Dresses, Skirts and Blouses, all made this season, at 25 PER CENT OFF. Let us show you how to economize. C I" the newest patterns, well tailored and in all fcl 1' S OUllS the prevailing colors. .Regular price for. 1 1 SATURDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY THE PALACE CLOTHING COMPANY, RICHESONW1LL GO TO THE CHAIR CLEMENCY REFUSED GIRL OES PAY PENALTY OF CRIME Boston, .Mass., llay 17 V T.'Richeson, slayer of Avis Linnell, slept, quietly in his cell in the death at State prison, last night, ignorant that the govern- ment hid-refuied commutation of his death sentence. The, inuouncenient of the decision of the" alienists that he was sane, and fhat the .governor would not. urge .clemency, was left to be made to the pritonE-r .today. It was expected that the task would fall on either the cou- flcmued man's A. Morse, the prison chaplain, ft-ev. Her- bert IV. StebblnE, or. his spiritual ad- -Herbert S. Johnson. 7 The execution of Hichesou will pro foably take' place Dearly next week. There- is a.sentiment ngalnat Monday morning executions, 'as occurring so close otter" Sunday, which has been recognized by the warden of tue pris- on.-: Ail exception may.'be made, ow- ing to tlie highly nervous stale or the condemned and it- la not 1 bable. that Richeson' may go to the .chair oh Monday morning. The time wlthiu the "week of 31ay.l9 is-entire- :ly ..warden's discretion, and :.oaly-.leBai .wltaesses will-know-trefort- haud .flt what, lime the 'sentence of will be carried was told-that he was sane and took the announcement quite CONVENTIONS ARE TOO EXPENSIVE .Harrlsburg, May con- ventions: were- abolished in favor of meetings in once in every three years by the Brotherhood Locomotive En- gineers, yesterday, aud n resolution passed lime tbc next convention shall he held in 1015. The selection of lh' place will be token rip1 early in tin coming week, the rommitlee in nlmrg already having received invitation from St. Paul, St. Loins, Minneapolis Denver, Salt Lake City. Los Angeles, and Stockton; Cal. The discussion-of the plan for ah olishing biennial meetings occupied most, of the time ..of. the convention yesferduy, and its advocates who dc dared lhat the change( should, lie made in. the Interest of economy, won by a large majority.. 'It is estimated that each con rant ion''costs irbni QUO Cofaonrg. carried .a to exempt for two years-ttie.British. Cauadiaii C aimers Col -i BOARD OF .TRADE' TONIGHT Every member ot" the Hoard of Trade interested in the question of giving iiKlucpmeiKB to manufacturers to locate here, should be at the Board of Trade monthly meeting tonight, when, that matter will be discussed. This is probably one .of the most im- matters with which the Board bus.to deal this year, as it has a very distinct bearing on the future devel- opment of tie city.- There--is a'nro- iposal'to give free sites instead ot 09 Delicious Home-Made Bread '.Your bread-making will always turn. out. sncnesslullyijit yqu_ Swan OakfK. iiv lackageB of. 6i-cakes at 5 cents ;fron: your grocerJx Why not send Sample? AVhlte Spices ''fi eals. Limited, .jTorbnto Ont. No Policy. PiuTisli JJeiils Exclusively in Sec- Cries Mr. Martin Woolf. JJberal candi- date in Carriston. "was in th'e city to tlay, and speaking' to a Herald man the utnioat confidence in the outcome of the contest. He has covered fairly well, and ev eryffhere fifitls itliat .tbe positive noli ,cy. ol' the .SifLon government com mends itself, to ibe electors, vas con- trasted with .the negative criticisms of Dr. Stewart, who' seems to have der the responsibility for the opposition. M iv Woolf was down in the countr: east oC Warner, and had the pleasure of a collision with hie opponent at a meeting at Lucky Strike, and .nlso spent a day., or running dowtf the sectional cries raised by .Messrs. Stewiirt and .'Pan-is... v According to Mr. Woolf, these gentleiiien are tra- versing the sidelmesiiL'-yiiig to-iuake :he 'settlers believe (he gbverument has syent .all the the wast side' o-r the. riding ;it "Cardston and th. Here's the way .the "doc1; doles it out to the homesteader: '.YOU CAK LS CITY SOLICITOR IS J SHEPHERD RETAINED BY STAFF OF LIFE MEN The bakers of tlie city were al suniinuned 'yesterday by tbe police department for refusal to jiay theii 1912 licences. The trial at pollc' court was adjourned tills morning until 27, owing to tlie inability of Solicitor Llall to be pre sent to prosecute the rases, S. J Shepherd will defeud the CUB eg foi lite bilkers.. F.-W. Rownn, the liarpn'a man, who was charscd with supplying liquor to in interdict, was dismissed, as .there was no him. A couple oC tin.honis, who liad been frequenting the gambling Joints, dur- ing ihe past week, appeared before Magistrate JJehtley. They are sup- posed to be-smooth con artists .from Great Foils, and :cnrly In tlielr career hero got in had with the police. They were given ?20. "and costs each for frequenting disdrtlcrly houses, an-d lold-to blow out about as quickly us iiosslble.. ,paid, and, YOUR TURN 'TO'-BE- MENTIONED The following Eentlenieii, have .bpoii menlibhed as possible chairmen of the Dominion Hail.wax Commission: -Justice Judge Wincbes'ter, K..L. .Drayton K.C., Hon.; Wallace Mesbltt, Hon. .Thomas >V. Thomas Tait, I. F. Hell- THE CONJVAUGHT HOUSE HANDSOME NEW HOTEL BEINO ERECfED IN MACLEOD BY MR E. H.' MAUNSELL AND ASSOCIATES tEFLECTED OJf-- DUPF. GOEBrQNS BAIN EALL DID MEMBER OF TITANIC'S CREW TOLD- STORY .WHICH WILL BE DENIED London, May Family Trade is the Main- stay of This Store This that.ne have to plense the raried-tietes of your family and retiln your comfort lovlngildean and mamma, the financial and exacting listes' -of'' bigger sons and. i the requirements of-the young .onei of Ihe family lu the way of strong aad neat boots and shoes for all weathers. A permanent family trade U one grait tell of the up-to- date ihoe ilore. We ire proud of our family trade- off YOUR you may be we do all we can to deierve and maintain It, Your -patronage heartily'wislfcoujed REPAIR THE OLD r haVd got; for it. There isn't much, rb'udsf'and taxes every .vear. Why, at Cardston they spent over the .doctor' doesn't me'ri- amount includes lion 'tliat this court house. homesteader pays J2.QO quarter'section, and on two" sections that would be. JIG.00 pain, annally. There are six mMes of road surround- ing two sections! and ?1G (would pax a man and team for three.days. On. alone, liii the .-jis. trlcl where the Tory candidate 'and his friend is raising 'the. cries, was spent, and. the home slenders greatly appreciate the fact. The government has spent three .and four times the -money received in tax- Tlml is the'whole'of Dr.. Stewart's said Mr. WooK. ".With a coarsely Inaccurate'map IK is rais- ing.the north..against the south, cry the raijway issue, ami-then he goes on the. aulet down the.sidelines tryins to.work Ihe east end or ihe'rld- iiE against-, the west, but it la faillnc At Lucky' Strike: tlierc 'was. a .fill, house at a maeting culled.Jiy.JIr.'Par- rish, and. was invaded by Mr. Woolf. H..J. Quiim, pf .Milk River; Mr. Leftlngwell, of Warner, and .Mr. Duncan, .01 were also there. ft. nfinri.-...rinnI. President .of the .Board .of Trade Cpin- .F'li 'Pbippenv'jhonia'sG. Meredith j miasion' m's five an yicMhiilrman D'Arcy- Scott, W.'K. I array ot Gr'cat Britain's most Willliiut Gowan'K.C.; Arthiir ileighen e.v-M.R, 'an audience of fash. 'ionably. dressed women looking SUIT L' LO'Qk_FQR .WET. SEASON. r'he'rV1 w'iiOoy 'in the camp' last Some lime ago' there was a groat deal of talk around1 the city hall rc- ;ardiug the. proposal to make tho Lethbridge'fire department- an auto ..was nsked to brine in .''a report; on -the reapoctire costs of equipment and operation, but so far no document of this.nature has been laid before open council. Yesterday, however, Aid. Aahcroft, chairman tiro committee, ac- companied by Wil- :msou; .and 'Pire, Hardy, visit- ed and. were loinonstratiqn .of the.working oC the" Calyary auto-departhieut.''J.'B. Tnrn- ey, of the J.'D. Turney Supply Co., all were much m pressefi. with' lli'e. general; efficiency )fctlie the- Caigary fire- department; 'r' The special.committee will bring in report on auto e'nuinnient for latli- G: A. Magrath ei-M.P., Premier JIc- Bride, J. A. Alkins B.. A, ,Iiin: M.P., Hon. Frank Cochrane. ,'f Aud. also nearly every prominent .citizen 'in. even' community from the Atlantic to the Pacific. -v .DISTINGUISHED took forty mhiiil.es, tile -rorly ininutos; and Mr.. Pan-tali I.iUprals ili Dr. Stewart., cloacd tile "meeting. were some lively.dplnss, and an amusing incident was an .exchange of apologies between Duncan and Stew-' art, who, It seqms, called each. other Hare at a previous meeting.'. A' .Con. lervalivo woyker, named Holland, nl so came in for a. rating for having at the 1'edoral election advised that all Americans be sworn. Mr. Woolf and Hon. C: R. 'Mitchell Jield, pleaBlng. meetings at Aetna and Klmiall, and sjicak tonight at LeaV- ut. HE OPENED IT ALL BIQHT Howard Case arid Mrs. Cilse return- ed this inornlnB from Udmpnloii. Mr. Case waa called to Edmonton .to' it safe in one of the Kdmonton banks, which hnd defied the prowces or'tlio safe cxperla. ol thnfclty.. Mr. Case did the trick lie lallnfactloii of nil cunccrnetV --v.Loridon. May ,17.-r-Today thej- fblowlng Caiia'dians .station by-tKe boat train .Liverpool, cte route for CanaJ: -da, by the.steamer Empress .Premier wife and Sir -erick Bprden, Sir Charies Tup-- c- 'ft .per, Stewart Tupper and: v Marie SlL'Wart Tnpper. spent th-a'greater part a" the day dur- ing the sitting coiirt'of euri'uiry into tho 'Tltnnic disaster In probiag tho statement :6f Charles, Hendrick- sbn, one of Uie surviving firemen.' Hendrickson had said- that Sir Cos- mo and Lady Duff Gordon, who were two of .the five passengers in the ly filled llfeb'oat, had protested ag- ainst' retHrnlng to the "scone, of tlie disaster to .try and rescue some of OT-raii, heard against 'tbe 'Aviudow pan-es. '.''II and 'fiveri if the' sho'wei- did an hoin-7 it "di-d worl'ds of good, boti to the growing crops; and -'.to' tlie anx- ious-minds oC-..Lhe .-aridbusi- -'ness :luen.' "Probably it did not'raiu thousands of '-dollars the shower had a 'refreshing effect, and in the opin- ion of the'.we'atlier is.- but the [orctnste: of "iileiity of prccipita- tioii to "foilovv dnrlhg the remainder ot -the mrnth.'- last night No User .Evei- A 10-Cent box will keep your liver, stomach and bowels clean, pure .and fresh -for months Sick headache, biliousness, dlzKi- coated tongue, loul taste. I'pui trace them.' to LorpliI liver, delayed fermentl-.i5 food lu the bowels or sour, Poiaonous matter clogged in .uHllncs. 1 HE Lead of cant out oC he syfitein' is "re-absorbed into -the blood. When this poison reucbCB the delicate brain tissue It causes couges-i lion and that dull throbhinf "slckfcn- IHE headache. Salts, cathartic wills, oil and nuysa- tlve -waters force a passageway .fur a day'or they don't take he, uolsona. out nud' have upon tue liver or HLomacli s Caacarels inmiediately cleanse and the struggling passengers O-08 bringing the rainfall tei. for Uio month'of Jlay up to iiicb- cs... below the total for May, jbll, but tbc wet season. la now -'about1 due, ami it is likely Ihut .Ihe utiual luvcl will be reached betove May si.-. The. fpllowing 'figiiTes form a. basia for comparison 'with, the rainfall of other- yvjars: .remove the spur, undigested and [ermehtins food inti foul gadea, lake, the. roin -the liver and cnrrjr oul.br'thc EyRi.em the', riccoinpoieu waste 101 (or aiul iwlaons In the liitentlnea ind liowets. J A CascHrct tbnlgbt wll! siueiy you uioi'nlng. They. you alccp. A lO-eent box rom your druggists mcanj ..l.nslde lfinnlliieas "niul n .clenr hpntliB; tlie- iiilllio'ia. of 'JaKt'.tirer.'. tliuy After aparring betu-een counsel and judge as'fo the oTde'r. in; which evi- to meuiljers of the were In the boat tell tb-eir atory first, while the testimony of .Sir Cosmo and Lady Duff. Gordon would be taken lat- er. Sir Cosmo nnd Lady '-UuK Gordon were both in HendTickBpn.. was .called- (o 'the aland.; Sir Hobcrf. Flnlay. was no( pro- Koiit, and big; colleagues put! only a lew questions. taken in hand by ITenry Duke, 31; P., couuscl for the BuK Gordojis.; .Hendrlckson stuck lo his ..evidence, and although, he could not. .gjiet'Jfy .when ha flrst'made I bo Btateincnt.-diacreiliilng the Duff Gor: Sir JlufiiB..IsiiacB, the AtiLorney- Gcnp-ral, was able to prompt him from ilepoallipna. taken, sit.-the; the arrival of Hie" 'crew'lii the witness had said: .''Passen- gers protested against the. boat, going buck." _ Duke 'indicated that the case for the Duff Gordons .would be an ab- solute denial of Ihe.story, and Uicy would 'support evidence tif othev membeva oC the crew who W-CTG In the IHc Duke "suggested tuat Lady Duff.Gordon refused ,to go Into the. boat without her husband, until after the boat, waa lowered.-She wan GO seasick-that snc was unable to protcBt. J Hendrickson admitlfti she was 111, but said. able to with her Uuaband. r Mr. Duke also suggested that Hen- drlckEon was the first, to. hint at a rownrd for'lhc crew of anil jiroduced- n document In Hendrick- soii'H handwrillng, clvlng Ihe names or (he crew, which he had Imnded to" Sir Cosmo Duff Gordon to enable him tn umKp out checks of Ibe value.'Of iL'ii.tor vach of them. january February iiarch May ,0.08 .0.80 0.73 Wll O.S2 J912 '0.98 0.-15 OJ5 ihe monthi The. average jirecijiitation .for the month OL fo-K'tlie jiast ten.years haEajoeu I IpwoveVi'-tncre iK.'sq much latent- .moisture .in the au'ii reanlt of the heavy rain- fall of ,the faH'.monlhs ot' 1911. .that the 'farmers1 'utjlc (o get a- greilt. deal lusa this year'. A couple. ,mpi'e. good showers-inMay wijl ijo siif-.'icient to hring. the CTOJIS along at an rale. "exccptiprially good in ardetou this, wee'k owing to the fact bat EO rauny: visitors are in town, hti sDyerai "raimcrs arc delivering irs. The lunch counters .-'and, pC- the-: lire exceptionally, and Gardston Ine appearance oC ii veritable 'b'ee hive. Trie .town fathers have been busy icleaniug .up tlre-HLreets sot-1 -Liiilf a. .precedent for the worthy citi- zens' of Qaixlaton having '.all the riibbiBh, stones, tricks and' HJMTIE election bills removed froin the thor- qughfares and bauled-to grouud., Tliia is work wlilcli .eyci'y town Lhat regard for. the ap- peartmce of ils i streets, ought %to un- dertake at. this season of Grass cannot be .grown under a brick neltlier can it grow, under much, of of the rubbish that lies rabout in odr streets' and This ;.Teni6ved, there is a chance for the beaiitifylnE ptT tjic town by; making green >hat was brown. HAVE RETURNED GOOD MAN 'May .M. who, "for. twelve 'years, hng headed the International Typograph- ical Union, .believes tonight that, he. nnd the otiier administration officers u been re-elected by a ninjorily. of based'.on jmrtial returns. The election InteTiia- i 'tional1 'ryi'o'erajthlciil UTiion offices this, year was IV strenu- ous one, arid Eenerrirnatisfaetion.wlll be'felf nrinters .-of the coiiiHry at Iheii-etiirn of the preaenl iucnmhents, who liavo. done .nnich to liliice'the I. 'T.' .11.. in tho lirpinl posi- tion it occupies today, SOCIALIST LEADER'S DAUGHTER INSANE Cleiieva, .May dauehter of err'.'Bebei, the "well knpwn ;German :OwlnB to domestic troubled has; become nnd has been .la'ken Ip .an aBylnin _al Enrich. Her husband, .died .only a ago, and it. thai grief at her mental iilienailon.. r _. WILBUR WRIGHT HAS FEVER the noted aeroplnne Inventor, ,ie suf-rering ty- phold fever at his liomo here. Attending .physicians slate his O1, illness.has this time ansumed acute form.