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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta -TEN IHE HERALP THURSDAY, MAT 2U1M4 Glean and Samtary-this is possible with hard, lustrous black enamel finish on Gas Ranges Built to burn natural A rub with a soft cloth keeps smooth nickelled trimmings good as new. 40 styles. See the McGlary dealer. Natural Gas, Light Appliance Co, Local FILMORE LIBEL ACTION URE Esticion Smargos, Mexico, Mav 19, El Paso, levas, Mar 20) -For- tj tve hiindrea Federal troops re- treating Irom Monclova to Salnllo met bv about tronalists led br General A ilia and decisnelv beaten. onh il.cl General ilia administer i dcieat but lie prevented airnal at Saltillo mhich Tioulthave added nipt.-nallv ,1o tbo deiensnc force ot tne Itue point ot the campaign lie a'MJ raptured supplies which nou'.l tar jjttn of Tallin to the garr sat! Su li'lo and irhicli laie added j t-d fn dcis increased strength t. tbe fewer of 'lila's attack. Constitutionalists lost- 16 kill tu -I'd 29 Qiuided The Federal cas- u-lu es -vreie 29 killed and over SO The Constitutionalists cap nine hundred prisoners, nine jieces of arnllerr, over one million rounds of small arms ammunition, a largt quantiti of artillen ammuni- tion snd.a large supplr ot provisions, in addition to fue troop trams -which c-rncd The Puerta soldiers 'lie Federal garrison of iionciova tirstenng had evacuated that 15ttt in live troop trams on the approach of General Francis co "Uurgula, Constitutionalist Lom- roander at Piedras Isegras, who was adlancing from tne south to attack b7 Murguia and bv his scouts that the Federals under Generals Al- to consolidate their lories the Saltillo garrison, General ia prepared to iccenc them at Paredon. Villa divided his forces into thre" columns, the Lentre one 01 which he led in person Vs tbe first mo troop trams steamed into the trap prcppred for them at 10 45 on 17 svung lornard his .lauth executed In forti minutes the Federals not oead, wounded or pris oners were scattered in flight leai ing their ammomtion and prousions behind, them. Villa's cavalry dismounted and act- .ng as intantrv fnuh the Fed Tal lines back with Ihe rapiditr of their fire Vs the Federals sn armed out of their cars and took up posi- .ailroad Guardiol and Jlunoz were Conductor Fiiuiora "f tho I.eth bridge street cur service, has secured judgment damages and costs 111 the hbol notion brought as amst John Ollmore o' North Leth bridge 'Ihe judgment a fulhfollows The plaintiff in Ibis action is a meef car conductor on the street railnav ot the eitv of Lethlmdge and the defendant is a baker and taxpayer, residing in the. said city. The action Is foi libel based on a letter -nritten b> the defendant to tho Superintend eiit of the Lsthbridge Municipal Rail- way.: ThB letter is as follows "Lethbridge, Oct. 1C, 191.3. Superintendent of the Lethbridge .Municipal Railway "Dear several occasions I seen Conoucior Filmer taking fares and putting them own pocket I al o several people wiio have seen him do this. On the 6th toy at October, at 12 noon on street North, I him take a fare from a. child j, sa% ami pocket it. (Signed) "JOHN G1LJIOKE.' The letter was -written at the re- quest of the .ntpsctsr of the Vanm pal Rairnai, after the defendant had made some complaints in regard Conductor Filmer I held, and do hold, that under ordinary circumstanc- es the defendant would Sale been protected under the rule of privilege. He bridge, taxpayer, citizen or Leth ,nd generally, inter- ested in tne citj s welfare The street ,ailwai officials also desired and ask ed for reports on any irregulantie- ou the part of the company's ser- vants The various cases cited in connection with qualified privilege leads me to believe' that I am correct in the contention that qualified priv back an elicctue fire in return, but the Constitutionalists under and his brigade commanders Maclo- vio Herrezera, Trinidad Rodriguez, lladero and Perchla, were rot to be denied Phe Constitutionalist advance never faltered and as tneir lines dash- cil forward1 from-three sides -under Villa's personal encouragement and .that ;ot thedirigade commanders, all ot whom llistmijuished themselves lor braver-y, the Federals broke and.ran. the pair of the defendant Gilmore spoke to another of the compauVs sen ants Conductor furr, Eaying that the plaintiff had insulted his Jendant's) wife." ".The conversation that took place between them accord ins to the evidence of Curr Vas as follows: "He asked me the name of the conductor with the prominent I told shim I thought--it nvould "oe I asked him v-. pol.ce headquarters at Scotland re on dutv and a hod} of pa- -liat .was the matter.. and he said: 'He has insulted my arid I will ,jbe with him tor t Thla COI1 took Iace prenous to the rmmi uuu was held in reserve in case KINP HMM Mil emergency. On t., -May hot sun drv weather oi the last few London, Mar 21.-St. Barnes Patk and the grounds of Buckingham Palace were; crowded "with police have combined to start the annual crop of, hush fires.' Along the line of the Algoma Central railway the forests .are a consid- an hour this morning, the extent and serious fires are bilization of men'liaving heen ordered for the purpose oi opposing the projected attempt by, militant suffragettes to present a petition from the vicinity of Glen-dale and Searchmpnt. A bad blaze is also reported not far- from Belle-Tue. King "Urs Emmeline Parikhursfc, leader of militants, had Duluth, Tiic fear of 'forest ihat she .would lead a great is abroad in the north country. sion to rovai residence but it has Rcttled along the north said; that she probably voultl he of .Lake Superior and higher rested: under the provisions of the Gal and Mouse Act. if she put in. drifts and denser, smoke of eastern appearance. The' police. formed a' reaches.' 'of plete Xing aroUnd the.' Palace and and -'east.- fisher- grounds as the wdinen'had smeiHng the smoke of 'iir'es ed to scale, the high walls fishing 'points 'have dropped gardens. All the Detectives sport and returned to the city. you've ordered you accept a foolish question, hot There are still some people who Corn Flakes and are given a as good" and accept the difference between FLAKES I the "jugt M rood" kind is even greater than Ufre between silk and sateen. Hie great difference is in the flavor and the Be sure that you ask for and get Kellogg's. It is the original. lOc per package 103 Curr got the from the con- that Gilmore intended to re- port the incivility on the part of the >laintiff. This, to my mind, shffws sufficie.it malice on the part of the defendant to overcome the question of qualified privilege. 'The defendant denies that he made use of the threat, 3ut admits that there was some trou- ble wiih Conductor Filffiore, and I see no reason for disbelieving Con- ductor Curr. The defence then attempted to just ify the statement in the letter writ- ten to the Superintendent, above quot- ed, and'the evidence of the defendant that on the occasion mentioned >In the letter he was driving in a baker's' rt and saw from a short distance a small girl place a fare iu the hands of the plaintiff, plaintiff was in the-discharge of his duties .as con- tluctor. -The defendant states'that the fare ivaa hot put iu th'e that.plaintiff put it in his own pocket The defendant could not a'wear that he saw the fare, and it vould appear to me that it would be impossible for him to say whether anything did act ually pass from the child to the plaint iff. The defendant further endeavor ed to support this evidence by p1 Ing two witnesses in the hoi, who swore that they had seen the plaintiff do the same thing on other occasions. The plaintiff absolutely denied that he had ever at auy time taken a fare. I am of the opinion that the defend- ant has failed to justify his contention in regard to the specific case men- tioned. The defendant further stated in his letter: T also knov.- several people who have seen him do this." At the time lie wrote this letter he ihad not heard' of the incidents sworn by eith- er of the two witnesses produced by liim, and ,he could not possibly be- re- ferring in the above quotation to .the ?torles told by these witnesses. In the writing as a whole I find that the defendant intended 'to convey the im- pression that the plaintiff was dishon- est and guilty of theft. The plaintiff, therefore, Is entitled to succeed in his action. I do think that the plaintiff is entitled to heavy damages, in view of all the oircum- sances. The plaintiff did not lose his position in consequence of tho com- plaint made against him, and the de- fendant only published the. libel by writing the letter to tho Superintend- ent of tho SirfiCt Railway department, and did 20 practically at thn renuest of tAio Inspector of the street railway. T fix the damages at tho sum of and allow coats' on the scale mp.nilonfiil in the first column of Schedule "C" of the tariff. {Signed) J. A. JACKSON, .S.D.C.U )fa May, CLARKE LAMES' STORE Friday-Saturday Fcahuiug saving propositions of hitherto unheard of propoitions for expenditure of One Dollar, which on Fritl.ij and Sal if spent at this stoic. ill bring you the retains of U o or threu Our cn- tiie stock of suits and leacly nimmed hats is included in this o-dtiy Dollai Sale as ell as a scoie or seasonable necessities foi pei sonal and household use. Bead tveiy item carefully and pnrtic'ulavly note how this Dollar Sale orks out to your ach antage in hnj ing suits, and millinery. Lisle Hosiery and Gloves Our regular 35c and 40c rallies. This sale lol includes lines forirterly luicil at Mile prices at actually up to 50c Hosiery in black, white and Special Showing of New Bell Shaped Sunshades to Very latest creations direct from the hands of one of America's leading manufacturers and moderately priced. All are In the new Btll shape style, plain- tan or paddy green body with contrasting color, 3-inch border, and others in handsome Persian and floral design silks with deeper border, natural wood handles. Lovely Quality Satin Petti- Worth up to Satin, mind sateen. Made of splendid quality too, with 12-inch pleated flounce; colors padd.N, cerise, vlntc, skj, rose, pink and black. Splendid Fitting Chambray House 1.00 Values Worth up to IncTery lines Iwe speciallj featur- ed Irom time to time at the sale price of SI 75 Made of splendid -noshing goods, in a lull range of colois and sizes up to 41. Silk Hose, Regular Finest quality -with lisle tops, heel, sole and loc, sizes only, all colors. Cdisejs, up to Perfect fitting models of fine cou- til, medium bust and long liips. .All sizes. SILK SALE SI.00 Wdrth. up to Beautiful, qualities in lord width Novelty Jlesselaines, Moires, o'acquard effects, stupes, checks and shot ef fects in a variety of colors to -meet anj demand Alp-are at least 36 Inches wide, of weight and wearing qualities, taken from regular stock and not one of them' sold "regularly at less than 51.75, Friday-Saturday, bargain. tt.OO Dress Goods, Regular broken checks just lo hand 46 inches wide, good, weight and pure wool. Bedspreads, Regular Large size, heavy weight spreads, closely and splendid lo white and white with pink. tan, and in wanted size and toloi fj Fine Voile and Crepe Specially purchased, worth up to These Waists are truly Wonderful val- ues and will be snapped up in short order. Made w ilh the new low collar, dton shoul- der and f ion t or back joke. m Silk Gloves, Worth up to Heavy weight, pure silk with douBi Ic tipped fingers, '24-inch lengths, white, black and all colors. Lisle Vests, 'Regular 50q Fine ribbed lislcs and ihe new open mesh goods, daintily trimmed, short sleeves or sleeveless. IN SUITS AND MILLINERY ReaH how it works out to your advantage on Friday and Saturday Every New Trim- Wonderfully Attrac- tive-Savings on aliSuits One-Third off Plus med Hat at a Bargain One-Half Price Plus Fisk Hats in splendid variety other lines, Iho product of other p'roniin- going 1'br this two day bar-, gain sale at phenomenally, low prices.foi'- their final clearance. In this way hats will be Hats will be and similar re- ductions throughout the entire stock. Every new. suit throughout this did stock, including the strictly tailored, semi-tailored and decided novelty, effects, shown in a complete range of sizes and colors, navy, black, new blue, Ian, mus- tard, old rose, etc. In this garments will post you garments will cost you and so on throughout the entire stock. ___All the new Suits, all the hew Skirts, the new Dresses of Silk or Cloth including our entire stock of these garments without any reserve. 20 PER CENT Fine Wash Dress Crepes 6 yards for Qualities usually sold at 30c Splendid crualities'in a fine range of var- ious colors and'weaves, plain and pin stripes, splendid to wash-and wear, and unusually cheap at the price. Fine Cambric and Long- cloth, 8 yards for In regular 15c and 18c values Made of even round thread -which gives Ihe greatest amount of hard service, full yard widths, pure white, excellent values. Friday-Saturday Whitewear Sale Worth up to Skirts and Gowns in excellent qualities shown in it splendid variety of styles, neatly trimmed with lace or embroidery and insertion all made in; very latest styles, beau- tiful fine material, and soiling way .under- value for this two day bargain event. Special Showing of Ribbed Hose, 6 pair for For boys' or girls' school wear T ribbed in splendid black, fully guaranteed, shown in all sizes from six inches, double soles, spliced heels and .toes. Art Cretonnes and Sateens Regular 25 and 30c valuei Very dainty colorings in the. newest and most nrlistio designs, 28 indies wide, ail .splendid values at rc'glilaripricci. CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Ac.di. Blk. ;