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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'Viday, May 17, 1012 TTTE LFTnBRIDGE DAILY HER ALT) Mr. MWLYWIO I It Ihli new kind llrijlil, ilMSfTim" Mn, NEWLYWED II'. WLTOSOR The imar IflU me about It-Mid It vu tfct 'only kiwi hi. cufitginerfl would liave'l. Mr. NEWLYWED If lie ktepi such Baud Hill, I eycrylliiu( else ill hli store must'be good, no 1 would ilo nil uiy'trKlliii! there, if I NtWLYWED Inleud lo." THREE DAYS IN C. P. R. BOX CAR TWO- YOUNG MEN WHO WERE NEARLY FAMISHED, LANDED IN COURT Aleilicino-.i-Jiii, young .men, Andrew Olnsoil and. Roy "Vear- in, entered n box car o[ merctiandlse. ut, lloosc Jaw three- days ago. The car was. scaled and they arrived in town' yesterday-, nearly famished [or food and drink.-.They ..appeared .in court on a charge of., vagrancy. Ola- son, whO'is only 1C.years of. came from the States t.wo Magistrate Kealj- regret-. THAW DOESN'T OWN THE BABY REPUDIATES 21 MONTHS OLD KIDDIE SO SUDDENLY AN- NOUNCED BY EVELYN Flshklll Unilliig, N. May 17.- An attendnnt Ihb'Mlltcuwan hos- tal .'where Harry K. Thaw, Is con- fined, who has every opportunity to PANKMST TRIALS ARE RATHER FLAT EVERYONE MOST DIFFERENTIAL AND WOMEN ARE SCORING SOME POINTS London, May Humors Unit Clirlstnbul Panlchurst would nmko n uniiiiiilio upiionnuico ul tho Irlnl of ilia auttrsseUes, aliat'ged wUli .con- Thaw had Lalkeil with him a" dcal_ the last few days 'aboy.t "reports that his wife, Evelyn Thaw, is tlic mother oLa-child 31 mouths old. According lo the Thaw said know nothing of any chll and had never heard of aiiy wiilil tlie announcement a tow days ago in the New York papers." He says that his wife, never mm tlonod the advent ol a child when she visited bin? at, the hoBpital. Con linufng the attendant, remark cd "iler lust visit over ,''a year ago, and at that talitw with her only a few 'minutes and then in Hie presence ol an attend Her previous says, was on Day, three years ago, when she remained half an hour at'the '-from New York on oiic train and returning on the next- The visit was five-months after the insanity hearing afc Plains." Thaw further accord- ing to the attendant: "This is a trumped-up deal to help defeat my chances of being released from Mat- fact1 that; he had to send the j tcawan, and if it is, it has causc more, than a hundred persons lioy.tb l.cthbrldge jail for. one month in order to-have him deported. A'carin'shomE is In-Winnipeg.where Ills' mo'ther and three-'younger- sisters icsidc- He went to Moose Jaw look- ing for work ami then -not finding :iny took his enforced passage to the told, what.appeared to he a straight story and Magistrate Sea- ler' ilicl not pass; sentence imt gave 1lic. police' to' find work for him-" V ACTOR WYNDHAM IS ABOUT ALL IN HE-APPEARED ON .STAGE LAST -NIGHT'. BUT ACTED WITH GREAT London, Sir Charles Wynd- ham, nt'ter a lengthy. absence froin the Btage ill-health, made, his .night, at New Theatre, In a reylyal pf "Mrs. I Dane's Defence." Journ had completely reitor- appar- ent' that the veteran .actor, in under- tflking the' trying role .Sir Daniel Carter, Imd lil' BLTenglb. _ .For two audience, S'lr, evidently, surfering acute struggle master- Ills -.physical He re mem bored .the tpart vltb difficulty, gpbkev geveral time 'so inaudihly that the. gallorylteE Y'ere unable, to hear him. was 'fcarad. that hg would .never get the. especially, as the commencing ot the third act was tire the most Sir'idharlcs, by can -jleny the. possibility of such true." NABOBS WATCHING ITALIAN TRIAL tour ,de' hlmgelf to- gether, anil aHhotjgh' aom'ewhat Indls1 tinct and; hesitating, managed to get through. BLUE BLOOD iEING TRIED FOR MURDER OF THE COUNTESS HER RonYc.; Mayv Italian court and deeply interested- in a murder trinl, which opens here to clay, inc.prisoner bcmt Lieut Baron Patcrno, .accused of murdering Coun lacij m waiting to .Queen.Helena. Tie crime pcciiriert m the Hotel, ftabccclmio In March 1911 stabbed; in tlic-back while the Ea o -rade a lialMicarted attempt a (I suicide. Pa toriJo Js reported to Iiaye sysleniat; icnlly blackmailed the Countess Jircatening :io kill her- unless she gave him 'her jewelrj_ and estate 'which she had to mortgage Paf u e b n" m_J cf in the raid- ed piemlso The manager ot the bank the women depo ftod theli money tor illj agreed with tlie testimony of s Pankhiirs t d jmigmg- "irom ,han financial qondiLion tbe uffrftgfl must bo In popul rltj m England TO REPAIR THE V BROKEN LEVEES MILL ON TO RE BY" FLOODS IMPERIAL PHIVY. COUNCIL London. May today reserved, judgment in tbe.tppeBl of tho Commercial Cable company against their'liability for taxation, in Newfoundland. The prlyy council will Biye Judgment In the Ontario Pro- vincial rights case tomorrow FTER is stid about the I glowing cheerful grays, joUy browns and the other mix- tures somehow the young man's fancy turns to the never-changing Fit-Reform Blue Sorge and Flannel On top of this, comes the news from London that "Nivy Blue's the Here ire. blue suits aplenty in the new 1 and 3 burton Ay lea. Si, I ouis AIo J1? MiBf> issii pi commission meets here this ii orning to complete, arrangements for bank levee cost 307 OpO A telegram sent the chief of enRincerh at lasit i ight for that amount from a special IICB ng at which plans were made to combatr.the. .u'nusiiaV Rood conditions in the Mississippi' illev Ihc on coin mence 'is spon T? the allotu cnL is granted the eminent is expected m T [LW davs The money vill comtj out of the emergency ap propriation1 mailc by congress April 30 Pitt Khcr H iiboi, CoqiulLini. C'oqiutlimS unpoilaiifc is a itetp ainl is ontlcL loi tlic quantities oi 1111, horn the Pmnic cgs, AAill seek Ilic uicl ollie) iniikpts Ptcific pojLs, is well tlie jcpioduccd pliotoii3 ajih The CPE about one million foi land it thiia phco, none ol "flinch js toi sale but all ol AA bid ill IJG used loi actml iy and tianspothtum piujjoscs It said they Mill spend bcic millions ol in -5 aids teimmils, otci Evqn it spund tea million dolLus it would ilotpi} foi one ball of tlie ol Ilic giain thit M is lost 111 one 01 another iluoiigb in tcressil dily alone in tlie tlnec u n place the 0 i poi al ion i-, not in tbc Inbit ol nig million dolJais foi a puce ol land, unless llic> ue1 rtoino to 'use jt In tlie second plat c tho C mile a pi oil U oi) bushc The Pitt is Ii 30 to 60 jcet tleqi at this point. otc its w ullh lloctuc Lines of they (aiiv fiom Ihe faims in AlboiLi and SickiUliCMau to Ooquiiluii loi the hnndicd in. the thud place H pa> them (o h n c betrei teiminaL and iac- ihticij than the ofchci Thoc be a lidmouflous dilieiencc tlie Pitt En LI Haiboi ot and bve oj en n eats henct tU 1 JiiTt- ifch Cohunbi i is expecting to see, of bushels oi nn shipped lo Asia and Em ope this in Ihc next eais The old 0 E Mill not be caught 'at the It is icady at Coqnitlam, and millions is but a ineic bagatelle ol Ihe tiadc tint 1 iL.c place heic vhen and the Pan una is to big and little ships ti11 on the the oL Ooquitlam as dp at Tpit AT thin and Foit AVilliam IIOAV Gel a Jot or o tlieic on easy paymonLs and ill mone-v We the Teimmal Townsile oi tbis, E, oi-'any otbei nal Cq Ltd Bldj, V nc u cr B C qept t Imbll t 01 -1- Si --iuT at once map i) Ice HEIS nnd ull putlculars about Co qultlam y Addres Ouneis ol the Townsite, Lcigh-Spencci1 Vaiicouier Gcncial Agent ioi Alboila: DAVID KIBKPATKIOK, Eeeson-Line-" ham Building, Albcil.1 't A v CO., LethbridRC, ORDERED BOOZE THROUGH TUBE McGUIRE, CHORUS GIRLS MUST HAVE PER WEEK Trades Unionism Extends the ''La- o' the Pint Row" mlnimunY w. for' vpcnlfcts including chorus' girls, of for evening. perfoTmanccH and II for each matinee is the .de- mand inacle by the- Amalgamated 1 Elcians' Ju a. circtiJar -wli has all theatrical and mimic hall managers and .agents .In .the country. The union nlao aslts that hearsals ahall' be limited week and uot exceed four hours a -day, other rehearsals, not exceeding. Tour hpura a day, to be uafd for at tbe1 rate cf lihlf salaries for wcek-dnj's and full salary fnr Sunday a. Another demand IB that, members oC the chorus engaged to''perform in provincial lours or productions shall be paid (nefr return fares to the place from which they have >con en- gaged, AN EXPENSIVE FIRE Minol, N. D.. May originating In a rubbls-li'can at tho rear of tho post office. In the bnrber shop in Iho Frank Jiulltllng, a.L 6.30 last evening chimed n JOBS of nrr Ifij 17 Vlthoiitli Llit, icial lolcplionc docs not extend to fcoulh Coulee in ingenious 01 communication bcUvcp buililings Mras ijJic.irtJjuil the polici in UIQ cccnt nitl on tl if, distncl TJfe house raiilc.I belonged lo no liquor was found. .Or Jutfcher invRsligation, however, il was found Ilia I, the house was- con nectetl with a livery barn operated King, 100 feet d;' n rubber JIOKC a Incnci unilcr ground. Oii flcarching the livcty barn, a cnu- of Jiquor was concc.ilcfl nndnr a pile of 'bar. It appears thai when'' liquor wanted at the house, it would he dcrcd throiifih the. speaking Uinc .mil ivquld he taken over. .flip, police failed to secure Arthur King, but arrested Morris King, liis brotbcr, who was in charge. May Klrig Is at present ill in the hospital and could not appear yesterday for trial. SEIZURE OF UP.SO. CONEJRMED Rome, May Italians -have seized Ibc Island of Llpso, off (he coast of Asia Minor, six miles 'rpm Ilatmos. Seed Potatoes Early Ohio's, specially picked, at per ton i. fbtley limited SUBMARINE BOAT IS ON THE ROCKS Atlaiitic CiijY N. J., submarine1 boat Tuna, which went aground yesterday-oil the Great life saving station, 'is still'.held fast this morning. Five, members of 'the crew, who.remained on board during the wntchctt anxiously tor tlie arrival nf the revenue cutter, .which up till 8 not been cd. .EDUCATION COMMISSION Saskatuhewan Government Cgnsid Improvement of Educational System Hegina, commission, wliicli is looked 'far reach- ins iTUliiencd upon the. educational Snskatchewan -lias beeii ap- nolnted by the government lo cnqulro Into In the prov- Inco, und ,to roc-jider by .wlml menns It may be best Improved arid geneTn.1- ly broadened put. f Among the matters which will re- ceive special attention at Hie Jmnds of Hie commission will be Ihc follow- ing: Agricultural education iu public and high schools; technical education; consolidation of schools; the training and supply of teachers. The personnel 'of the commission -Hs follows: D. P. I3.A., Superintendent, lor Saskatchcwnn, cliair- man. W. J.. nuthcrfoT-d, I3.S.A., Dean of the College of AgrlculluroJ T. R Perrett, B.A., principal Or the Normal school, Hegina. A.; Mclntyte, JI. A., Superintend- ent of echoolB, WILL HAVE .GOOD MUSIC Jleglna. JIuy frunous Deasea u' th1 Harn band, of fl-ehl, nonr Manchusicr, Knglantl, ban been engaged by the .0 play here during tlio fair this ncr, HIS ORGANS ON WRONG SIDES Paris, A sailor, on boan .the nitLlcslup I'ctiiL has suddcnh into prominence. in: the medi- cal woilil hj the discos that his heart is locator! on side arid oilier GIRTHS arc all on HIL Side of.where they arc supposed ,'.-to Phis Treilt ol nitiirr hab live jens in the niM He complain cd ol ill health1 recently and the'rloc- tors found'that his liver .was 'on the Icllj sido. Further cxamiiintion sliow- cd that all his organs are.f.twisted. A FAIR BUSINESS London, r.Mny report Jee yesterday, showed the Btna'ct cars hiBt year carried SIBERIA, FOR GCRKY St. Petersburg, May The police hove been ordered to asccrlain .Iho ivheroabouia of Alcxlsla Piczcbkoff. n'niem- IIST of the Nlshnl Novogorod House I'aintei'a' Oulld. 'Plcxch- Kofl Is Mnximc Gorky, tho Russian novelist. RUNS LAUNDRY DEFIES COUNCIL Macleod 17 SpecultMpu is rife, concerning tho towij wUI do In the of Mali Ho Mali Ho la laundryman He burned out dm lug the fire dn-jTuen ty-fourth street; cently dbtalned poaBGEBlou ot tbe old Mujeatic billUing oil tcentli street This re as a laundry and atc-e and application made to tho Town Council for a laundrj licence Tha Council grautjt, and Mih Ho acting 1t Is uqdorBtootJ on. legal advice i cut to tLe Town Ofilco mid tendered the money for-a.license. The becretarv Treasurer in Aiew oE the vote ol the Council jrefused lo lake it Mil} llo thereupon tlio laundry without a running-In. " lau c1 Chief 6fp.-Police "'-L'awBon wiHi'-rerer the mnttcr tions at Mouday, W. .J..- HANNA'S Joronlo Wi> an) lo loso Jftith in the Globes ijipolnt menlB." This' W. na's .brief that the Provincial" a (Icely Biicc'cBaoi1 to Sin- liee, of Kallwny Donrd: ALEXANDRA HOTEL W. J. STOKES J H LEE, Manigar STRICTLY EUROPEAN, UP. BEST APPOINTMENTS', TELEPHONES, BATHS, :ETC. t .FIRST, CLASS CAFE ;IN CONNECTION. ir l 'OPEH FROM BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEON FROM 'lo f When .In. Lelhbrldge slny .at (lie Alexandra. ;