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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LET TIRKTnr.E nAILY HERALD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Four Pirturei that Require Some Beating (In fact they can't be beat.) "A MAN FOR ALL THAT" One of. the mobt truthful, convincing, and iutcrcBllug 'Woslcni iilctnrcB ever shown in this city aiiywlicro else. It Is an appealing stcry oT an which will pull 'hard ut your heart strings OF HARVARD feel young, and the'young feel manly. ASTAIVLSIT DILEMMA BOttllltSK- Till: KNGAGEMENT RING An elaborate and realistic production of this world-famed college drama that will make the old A Beautiful "love comedy" of Sunuy. Spalu, pi oaHingly acted, amidst natural and .magnificent A very which you. "You'll be better In the end, and you'll always find a friend, if you keep on smiling all the while." B proved convincingly In this picture. Laugh ami tlio world laughs with Grand Big Change To-night 1 Driving Home The Cows 2 Art Versus Music 3 Voiceless Message 4 Mr, White The sweet-voiced baritone singer %rj i'icUivcs ch'ix'nge.-dail.y.. .Doora-Open'at'? p.'m'. Prices 10 cents'-.ahd 15 MUSICANDDRAMA FIDELIO) -Saturday at-Starland The we'clVehd "programme at' lUnu'-consistB pictures Chat I "will retiuiro some healing, aud which Ion account of their ciire'ful sclectiou land .-bound to lsfy every class, how- lever they, may he. The'; feaiurc is" cntftleil "A, l-Fcv All one of the most ItruthfuL convincing and interesting pictures-that hnvo been lak- I en for a long timq. The ibhotqcraDliy. I is as thoiacting is strong iippenl, dealing with" an rputcast, and jiroves In V conviuclng iiiaiincr .the rriith' of the old saying "There is lots of gc'od in the-worst, and lots ffZ the .best of .us." .The man or woman ;wJio-can .sit through-this picture moved, must have .a heart of cast Iron. Apart from this great feature, there 'are three other good pictures that hold, their, own with the best of them; Those are entitled "Brown of an. elaborate production of the worK'l-fambus college drama. "A Spanish is a beauti- ful love comedy 'of Sunny Spain; and a real funny tied "The I-Engagement' which proves 1 very coiivlricirigly the truth -at the Bong, ".Voii'll bb.'better. In the end, and J you'll iiiwaya find "a friend, If you j keep on amiling" iill 'the while." f .At .the. Morris NTevcr. Rcforc, h'ns there been aa licauLilul'a selection ql pictures shown in Lethbridge- as. those displayed at the Morris ;lAst nighl.- "The 'Poach- rr" was a bciiulitiil sLory by." the'1 [ani- .ci'us ThanluiiiHcr M'liicli ing last night, llic will chiingc every night, giving .an entire of faces, pictures: and sittings, slmulrt aU-vact houses. west and north and also and north adding about four new circuits and neces- sitating the readjustment of the pres- ent circuits. are two cir- cuits west and 'two circuits east, oT Carmauguy Included in this year's work fis already laid out. The gang that Is now stringing the long dis- tance, line from Vulcan to Carmangay is scheduled to commence work upon and complete these rural lines upon thqir arrival, at "Carmangay. line's out .of j jUpnarcli and .Barons reach within a very shorL distance of.'Noble, but as the department, has received a j number of petitions ashing for Nobln las a central, it is the intention t'o Tiiuke a" canvas of the district to aa- certain tlie wishes of the regard to, and the feasibility of. 're- adjusting the circuits in the new rural linos 'pelJtlouod.voi ijout ot also tlhe..interi'tio'ri .10 build a local exchange at Noble if 20 or more oE' the townspeople desire -'aucii ,Kar: vice. A canvasser will; be there about the first week in June. Long Distance Lines Every and village has. been given long distance service and Arils .a nllr -while .In And now Unit Umy urc gone UiOy mV coining In Tor some allontlu'ii ut Ihu bunds erf thy LmsJnobJS.meu. It Is ulnlmod that imywliGru from to WOH lukon out of tho city by tho uhow, DID Imnd receiving In thainelghuorhood of for Its Bliaro ot tho.proceeds A. Ituflon Canning wag of Lhu opinion that tho city would' bo bottor off to glvo the baud tho five hundred an keep the rent of the money -at home U Is understood Unit thu Uuuhies Man's-AsBocliiLIon'Is taking tlio nml ler with (a vlow to Inducing th City Council to pass HOIUQ teglslallai which will govern the clrcua propo.i tlou somewhat differently In future. 0. T. Liithrop -stated (hat lie ipceivcd a promise from O, W. Ken president of tho O.'W, Kerr Land Co ailnuoapollB, while hero that he woiili attend the Congress this fall, ruii "deliver s. lecture on-some ngrleuKnr IL! subject'If Mr. Kerr ha closely in .touch with Ilia agrl cultural development of Southern Ai bftrta during the 'past .'ten yoarg am IB widely known throughout the dis trleL A resolution WUK therefore, passed Board of Conlro of Uicj Dry Farming'CongTCBs Lo in on Mr. Lathrop'fi suggestion, Want Some Action, Somc of LoLhbrldge's citizens lire beginning to grow imnallonl nt "the delay starting work on the neu post, ollice for which plans have beei prcjiared and the estimates passed A. II." AIcKeowu broached the .subjecl lust flight, and asked that tho Hoard of- Trade make inquiries as to the .11 tent ion. of-the, government on this matter during the coming summer. Bringing out the Salacious Details (Continued front front Caving Company Men Struck for Better Pay .from, front White, the which will; greatly, in- crease ,tlie .efficiency' ot.'the service, ,aud in addition to this, tlie singer, is also storing a big.hitr the Morris this week.' Rural Lines all Through District (Continued from front ly appn-ciiitcd' by the large audicnuc. !'hc Musician's Daughter" showing Distribution of these circuits will he made as equitnbly as poasihle throughout the various nil niinn. priority, of qualifyihe peti- tions sufficient to permit ot the forma; tion-of complete; circuits. It is the desire .to give every nival subscriber connection with, his mar- ket town and this done'in BO far as Is practicable, and consistent with good business principles. Where towns are" hut .a' short distance 'apart It becomes'-a ;'-very difficult problem to make a- division of the territory satisfactory- to1 allm concerned includ; ing the townspeople.. Rural neigh- bors desire'to be connected on the same line and possibly each desire a different central which is not practicable. lu-mauy cases they deslro connection with, 'th'e town which Is not the nearest to thorn but with which, they, choose to do their business. Sometimes it is imictic- able to give such service. 1912 Program work as al- ready laid put for this season in- cludes ii. rural line .south, wept of Claresholm to the Meadow Creek dis- trict. Extensions to tho-north east and tvyeen is now .being connected up, which will give towns on the Lethbridge, Alder- syde line .direct connection wlth'Caj- gary Lethhrldge. An additional copper circuit .Is also to .be.-strung from to Letnbrldge. 5! Exchanges Have been built in every "town except Noble. nrmf .vi.Lvi lu U is said that .the "whole of today's .rouble'arose rtction.oE two men in; tlrrowihg their tools. They are union men, aiid claim (hat 1hey.huve.been told to .work for noth less'than ]ier hour. This .was the schedule'asked ot Hie .City- Council some few weeks ago. These men have lieeu.'told to took'with, them the rest of th-e force. The Eloso Co. is Haying Its cents ner'hoiir. with a nro: mise of n rnise. to, 30 cents. That is supposed to he part o-f the cause of the .The '.city Is payln'g only 25 cents, and does not -intend-to more un- less forcet] Lb" do presence of so in any Idle men in the'Pass makes It hard for the employees to force any proposition .on A'o action toward a "settlement is likely to the men have not made..-any representations to tlie company officials.. (Continued from.front beautiful opera scene, was- .also) "A Travel Through was oi -.the iprctti.- st scenic trips.ovur shown: The cpm- .last was produced by a, fompaiiy. of entit- south east and also K line south along the existing long .distance lines con- necting .the- prospective subscribers along main lea-d running di- rectly "West from Granum :with .sev- j eral circuits extending -'Bduth and north from this main lead. -Addition? "Uloclihcad Delivers the "ii'iid irc.itcd no end of laughter. The management announces that coihinencr al pole line and circuits enst and the- existiUE Ba'Bt .lines.-' NORTH OF MACLEOD (In Cjires- In return, in some ineasnre at-'least, chleE cpm- inercial organization.- of feols some the general thanks or the to the company for 'its pursuance of such a vigorous policy with regard to.Ihis district, and as a result "of this feeling-, an effort is .being: made to hold a banquet in honor -of tho officials of the C. P. R, In this 8. Dennis, assistant to .the president in charge of the department of Natural Resources, and P. Jj. ,-Nai- manager of the ;to be the honor guests. The matter will he discussed at the full meeting of the Board tonight when definite arrangements will he made. The ban- quet will not .be in tlie nature of. r. Board of Trade annual aiT-iir, hut will be distinctly as a mark of apprecia- tion of. the work of the C. P.'-R. through the above named gentlemen. KMtles Want New Kilts Sonic time ago the Kilties UamPre- ceived n.grant of from the City Council to be'applied on the imrchiu-e price of uniforms for the the band. The management -repr'e- BOMAS ALMOST runvr rrn TA iu PECULIAR ACCIDENT, A ,'WOOU .FORD. YOUNG CARDSTON (Special to the Herald) Carcistpn, .Linda ivli has been threshing in the Wool Tor came to town on Thursda find reports that threshing in tli district Is now Grain is "coming in from the oli Cochrane ranch. .-A. L. .E." Lane, Jlr. Billiugsley, and other have' delivered several large load to -Cardston this week. Hershel Tann-er, son OL J. N. Tan iicr'oC WooKord, met with a palhfu accident at his father's farm on -Tues day of this when he narrowly escaped being choked to death. Tin young man was hitching his father's team and wh-cn putting on tho bit om ot checks iu some way .encirclet his neck, and the horses becoming frightened, hacked iin, -rnstening tlie rein to the hoy's ncrk to the.extcn that he choked till his face became discolored. Pie was finally by his father and others who were slanding hear by, but it was two liqurs before be regained his speech 'Will Evans of }lagrn.lh is in the district "this week looking after sev lath, KurgL. I'lncr, and laid qi his bud. Hardware Man's Testimony Louis Until, hardware merchant o HIair in ore, thu next witness', g evidence as to. seeing accused at Ins store nil Kcb; 22nd, lo which lie brought by. Inspector Belcher Surgl. ljiper. lie recognized him the man lo whom he sold a revolver on Fch. 13lh. His first wprils to him were-, "When are you going to give me the This with ref- erence- to a promise made by accused when buying the" revolver, that lit would pay him that amuuiiL on J.he following. Sal-unlay. .In reply accus- ed.denied hai'iug bought, any revolvci and-said that it was the first time lie hail been lu the store. The re' UT sold was of 32 inch calibre, and of Iver-.Iohnson make. In cross-examination .he. was show Ihc cartridges in couit, and said they were ot 32 inch-calibre. tun faulty revolver which accused staled he gave'1 he son of the victim for a plaything, witness remarked that (he Icis bought; for other revolver might fit il. Kergl. Piper then went iuto the witness box and showed thu receipts 'or the revolver and the tobacco, identified them as the same taken out of accused's waistcoat pocket. On the morning of l''eh. 20thju; acconi- panie.l prisoner to the ouL-sidc of the Lottie Wilson house and he.there pointed, out .to witness the spot an lie stated, full on thu night of tlie 18th. The spot was .moist through the overflowing ol' a natural spring close lie said he Fell on some small willow brush. Looking about the .prisoner saw a small piece o[ wire which he said jnight have caused the wound on his finger. It was old hiiil rusty, with no signs of ving bct'ii in a wound.. On Tliius- y he accompanied accused lo .Vie depot at Hlairmore lo locate" .th'J spot where'1 he said lie 'met the ish 'miners on' the i 8th. Tie could not discover the fciicc, sitting which Ihc drinks 'spoken oij' were tak- n. Cross-exanijucil by J. R- Palmer he (old the accused the purposes for vhich he was taken on the diftccRul trips. I-Tc" would atlcmpt'to vas have-been.p.iirehnsc'l-_ George Honkd cudcncc ab to statements him by prisoner regarding his intention of enticing thci wife of Ihc victim'from.-hcr husband. Harry Christian, a hoarder nt, the1 "IP Ml 1 At breakfast next 'morning accuied ale nothing. She asked him why lie .said ;it was because he had been drinking. i Witness here hroke down, and wept copiously, as broken sentences she related buing informed, that "her hus- band bad been murdered, and her go- ing to the "scene of the murder, The accused tried to comfort her. She felt sure he bad murdered her husband, and told whan the policeman was in the shack, that it was a good 'thing' for him that the cfliccr was. present, or else she would have killed him. Cross-examined she did not .know thing about the: whereabouts, oi It-lie fatlicr of her. first child. She al- ways'hnd. a light in her bedroom i The she discovered accused, in lier .looni was the payday' before -the mur- der. The excuse made', by him for be- ing there, was that, he' came, in 1p look at the clock. The .witness was very voluble.' in- her replies and with all the-fiiiy of a spitfire, after tile quest ions of counsel for. the defense with reference .to various "unintciest- 'ing" and isordid .details o'E 'what -.took place in the interval between; tho inurrter and this present trial point court' adjourned -till this afternoon, Mis Lakatooz will Iikelj occupy the stand --in cross-examination due-, ing. thy hole 'afternoon.. Barnes Slashes at Roosevelt {Continued from boarder at'" the Lakatooz gave evidence as to spending all Sunday nigiit" at' a nnighhoring shack playing cards. He returned at 4 G a.m. and after-a short sleep went out., .Ho then heard''of .the murder. He was in the sliack while the police'.were there and the accused, was wet with sweat, ami seated.while talking .to them. The wiflow sairt to prisoner, "You killed "jny- husband." He swcrcd, "I. yon say [-killed did." Ife did not notice anything wrong .with accused's; finger until the police questioned him as'to It. He then noticed dry..'blood oii'it as well as on the front of 'WUHnsky's shirt. In cvoss-e-xammaUoLi. lie explained lo Mr. -Palmer'.that the prelim- inary trial he said he did not hear what iitisoncr said Lo :Urs- Laka- tooz, it' was owing, to forgetfulncss. He did not hear any..reports oi guns during Sunday" night. He .occupied the same room in; the shack as the prisoner, ,with two others.'' Loved Victim's Wife C. another of. the Lnka- looz hoarders, spoke of the infatua- tion prisoner' had ,For the wife of There were no. doors to tun rooms, orily-a curtain across that oL-thc rqouii in which the Lakatooz family slept. Fuemieiitly and he 1hc house on the night or J8 tcr the deceased had started .for mine. He was disturbed "about .one o'clock (hat night bv the return ...of When dt, accus cd by airs. LikaUior'of killing hrr husband, he .replied, "Ji-you.-say I did. The Widow's S.toiy Mary the a girl- ish .looking woman, robed '.in black, with a black hood-over her-' head now catered the witness box. She is the .central-'figure in tho tragedy round whom, llic motive for the criiiic revolves, Prisoner, did not look at her once but kept bis eyes fixed'steadily front of him. At tho request "of the defense the :Mountcd -Police, who. had hecn cngnced on the crime, were ask- ed to withdraw from room, -The Mrs. .Lak.itcoz, in- was that slic was "married -in Hungary, lo thn deceased, six years'-ago at the age or sixteen. Vlp.t a few weeks after. lor During his alienee she had a child which did not .belong lo her liiisband.; .Her hushaud was aware of this before she left to join him. in I Canada. .The Accused live.1! as a'j boarder in her husband's, shack. ]Tc cles of this have compelled, the president of the'-Uhlt- .ed States, for the preserraiiori ;of his pflrtj to make i campaign In order to undo the, damage done-by inendacloiiai lUmust .be coucoded thilt tlie working out ot this re-form has done mure to c'onCuHe an'd .electora than 'anything -in politics for yetrfl a condition which clearly 'pointed thOBe-who have, maintained a coniiat- made offers of money to. her to RO nway with him, personally, and through Hem-go Lcuyna. Waking at ninhls, during the time he accused were the only hoarders, used to wake up ami caught- prisoner! uric when her husband was at itanding the LakaLooz room with the curtain, drawn aside, gazing at rlrs. Lakulooz, who was in bpit with icr children, her husband lining away vorking ut night shift in the mine. Ic. never 'saw .him cnlnr the room, ior did lit; nolicc any imiiroptir rcla- Lions accuscti and the r.'au. the morning of Monday of- uj; Ihu niurdcr, ncciisi-d mado two at- Rinpts at swallnvi'iiifi; .some porridge it lircakfasl, anil then put it aside, .aying, "Ci----- 1 cannot cat." -Ic did not prisoiuit's hanrt, .nor lid he hay anything about burring t, C'roii.s-fixiimiiiprl, lu; shook his bead, IK! emphatically .stated he had nf ivu for Mary, the wile of s he hnd a iiit'cr woman, his wife, n. llie did country. He also nuidr: a tatcmctit that on.the Ihc ihe mines she saw accused in hrr room standing by the baby's cradle closu to'her boil. She told him he hail no -business there, ;iml putting' her foot out ot llic bed she kicV.uil him. She told.him next flay that it be came in again inlo her room, .she would inform Ihn police. She rccog- nizcd ihc revolver produced iu court as Ihc oun given tu her boy by pri'i oner, a wcrk before Ihe murder. She had handed it ID the police. the constable opened .Oie.pris- tincr's iriink (here was" a tin of .rat- poison in il, iu addition to Ihc'cart- The prisoner' had iold .her some lliifi? previously that- he had some- thing Tor usim; on hrr liiisband .Shu woke up HI one o'clock on the n kill at the murder, us her bibV was vvtiou Others may ie able to plain what bcnefltB accrued [mm this bair thought out idea I see any, unless, ,iC the Increas- ed money Is. looked, up- 011 ae a public good In the Lo eliminate a few not really: Important ludlvidunls from puhllc life the I a tors have shaken the founda tion'atones of is the. old story of burning Iho house' to kill the rate. TJie'-houee Ig and tbe.rflts run.away. Remdtflil Legislation 'This ntate of mind L.ellereB.ln'rnih the legislature for enactment of. statutes to cure evils, which'can'nev- er, he remedied by legislative ;euct7 merit... In Its .failure to .succeed through' leglHlation it attacks; the. or- ganic law, the constitution which .pro- tects, the. Individual citizen- Amerl- ca from aggreaelon .from every direc- (.iuii. No: leglfllniloii can reatrain disordered, aspiration. .It would ..cast away an a worn out. cause H wng sick ot it, like child." How Unreliable IB such. mind was exhibited in Carnegie when 1 lieard Mr.: that 'it took six.years to amend (.he tlon of the'.Stftte of New and when lie'was governor ought to-Jiavw known that It Every-ut- terance from tho Socialistic side la ft demand for the amendment or abro- .gation of the conatlhitlonc rif aud nations, because restriction! am irkaomo to Its pusBion. Of COUTHO they arc tiresome. Taeyjvere fram- ed to be irkBome ImpetuouB minds, niid a check upop half thought out idcae lOx-Scnalor. Chauncey. Sf. Depcw hailed political optim- also attacked the doctrine pt pop ular election voC U.nlteU States seim tors 'In the South tctlay, everybody, gi'o and while cllkq, will toll you, Jio negroes can vote here.. If the popu- lar, .-election of' seiiaiors becomes a tho Republican party will aea that if I.he negro In South votes, It can retain Us 'power in and Remibllciin senators will from Virginia, from Georgia and South Carolina, and all the reit." GOES OVER TO NEXT SITTING Maclcod, May .trlulof Os- car Viom, with .stealing.hay' ami ontp Trom Lehcl's store at Pliich-t ci' Creek, was, on application qf t Kcl, deferred iu the next flcasi ;