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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN TBf LltHBIIOQE D.AttT WBIALD FRIDAY, MAY 22, AT WILL BB TURNED BACK? OPINI'ON tonight's Pall Oa ?ettc icmarKs that the vgllqu races .ne not v.inied mVanada and cannot be.'iuUouuceti endangering the livelihood of the white .settlers. If Canada'has not taken fppiiblc mea- sures to del end her shores; it must be remembered'that she has giveu ample, warning, says tlie Gazette, "Vancouver, B. C'., May Immigration Inspector Malcolm lidil rbachpd Victoria This morning to Hindus nl-o.ird tlie steamer H'qma'gata Maru, ivhich -spent tire night ut quarautini 'I he 'apanebT vessel: was expected to pass the health officials immediately after S oil-lock this morning and her cxamin- jtracts for supplyins army canteens, alien by. the immigration inspector otricers, except Lient.-Col OFFICERS PLEAD GUILTY OF -GRAFT. CHARGES London, "May Pleas of guHly were down today .by seven of he Jjiiio British army officers and the 1 eight civIHans, charged in Jnmmr> lust Vith yrat't in connection with con- aiifl his interpreters should be going forward by noon. A. BRITISH OPIMOX 'London, May of the 1 rouble threatened over the arrival of Hindu immigrants at Victoria, B. C Whittaker. wero connected with the quartermasters' 'department of the army, aiid 'liiul risen from the runks, The civilians accused wore employes of Lipion's, Limited. Sentence was deferred until May 25, BECKER'S FATE RIVAL FORCES TO BE KNOWN TODAY BLUE RIBBON TEA Is essentially the Tea for all classes of people. Its "wide sale proves its fine quality Case Went to the Jury at L2.52 Talked Three Hours New York, N.T._. -May Charles Becker 'will go to the electric Chair for the murder of the gambler, Herman Roseritnal. or will be freed "with the apologies ot the commun- as his counsel put It, probably will be decided before tonight. The verdict oC .the jury, which for seven- teen days has heard evidence guments iu the famous 'case, is ex- pected today Case Goes to Jury case of Charles Becker, on trial for the second time for instigating the Ulster Excitement Owing to Scene in the Commons Yesterday Ma} 22 snecu cable from Belfast: today, says: "Irish 'Unionists heartily endors Eoaar Law's attitude in the House amiuons yesterday, and hope It TV! continued on Monday. "Cases of biiypneta, bandoliers an laversacks forv.the Nationalists we: seized at the Dublin customs. "The executive of tha Berry Na the offer t help the Crown's forces to hold ih city against the .Ulster volunteers. "A number-of Unionist nurses ar heM in readiness to proceed to at a moment's, notice in riota. Extra police are being drafted rio murder of Herman Rosenthal, was siv- It is ,reported from Holy Wood tha en into the hands of the jury'at 13.52 extra troops are being prepared foi o'clock this afternoon: Supreriie' Court anil leave of absence is stopped foi Vend this Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon-Cook.Book. The best cook book for use in Western Canada. Write name-and-addresa plainly. Justice Seabiiry has been neaily three hours in delivering hie charge. The judge, in his address to the jury, said; I "This defendant is indicted for raur- j der in the first degree, the indictment 'charging that .die did, malice aforethought, murder Herman Rosen- thai on July 16, 1912. People do not claim be fired the shot, but that he demanded and .procured others to do iL The indictment merely charges the crime and carries no implication.' Prices Saturday Only i'j Home Rendered" Lard 3 IBs for 45c lOlbs. for i Beef Dripping 3 Ibs. for 25c .'Sausage 2 Ibs. for-25c Westminster Market Phone 1055 EMPIRE DAY- IN REGlNA Retina, Sask., Maj- Day "was celebrated by the sobool- children of Regina today "in all the the city. Prominent, citizens deliver-! steamer 'Frederick JVIIL, gave -way the next week. "General .Macready emphatically denies that lie expressed the opinion that only 20 per' cent, of the roluu teers would fight, as reported in the Times." THREE ABE British Empire, name implied. Patrbtic songs ed addresses to the children, empha- sizing the significance of the term and all that the were Sung by the children, and recitations of a similar nature given. The rooms were draped with "Union Jacks in ajonor of the day. The celebration was held in the schools because-Monday is. a aolidai STEAMERS COLLIDE Liverpool. Mar ,-.Whit< Star liner Baltic, which sailed yester- day" for New collided today with the steamer Clarrie off-Holyhead. The liner did not suffer.any. dam- age, and proceeded on her voyage to New York. The Clarrie was slightly damaged. A DEAD FLY MAY BE AS DANGEROUS LIVE ONE! It is certainly more repulsive, and, if left, will breed far more disease than ever it'did when alive. It is not sufficient to Sill the fly. You must destroy the germi as well. These, it allowed to multiply, will spread disease and death. Oive .up using the fly swatter and the.unsanl- tary sticky fly paper. Buy WILSON'S FLT only effective meihpd of exterminat- ing the death-dealing liousefly. They kill all the flies in the house In a few hours. No dead flies left lying about. Be careful to follow directions found in each packet. For R easona ble P rices ervice T O TT U 1 o JL Dominion Meat Market Corner 4th t Avenue and 6th Street 'Phone 1654 York, .May gang plank leading to the Scandinavian American this afternoon just before the vessel sailed from Hoboken and more than twenty persons, men, women and chil- into the Hudson river. Many were rescued but tnrce are missing They are, 3trs. .J. W. Edwards, of York. Git5. and her three-year- old daughter, Mary, and Oscar Fel- shen, a four-yeat-old boy, from As- toria, Long Island. Seyen persons'were badly injured and were rushed ;.to hospitals. Oth- ers were treated 'foJf submersion. 100 DRILLS TO BE AT WORK IN SOUTH Calgary, May .22. One hundred strings of drilling toils will be at work night and day b the Calgary oil district within tin next thtee months. This is the estimate of 'A. P. Phil- lips, of the International Supply ccmpany. Mr. Phillips ii associated with TV. B.' Martin and his concern has contracts in various sections of Southern Alberta to drill 31 wells. "I would not be at all surprised If the number was away in p-icnss, of Better than Dingman 09 Saturday Bargains An attractive collection of useful, seasonable Ready- to-Wear things as well as many startling values in piece goods and notions. Unbeatable values for Holiday wear. Travellers' Sample Blouses At a reduction of 30 per tent, set o! Sample Waists of Hie' 7Helcn'ii Manufacturing Co The i ery est st) les, 'made up from fine voiles, crepes, Marquisettes; vestings, etc. No two waists ultke AH on sale at a swing of............... wU Natural Pongee Silk Waists This is a %eiy special pi ice put on these most satisfactoii and btMish Sntur- Ssf ui sizes A 35c and 40c Lisle Gloves for 25c _ Women's button fine Lisle thread Glove's in 25c black, tan, grey and .white, a .holiday special, per pair Fancy Collars 15c An nseoi tment of Ladies' Laco "and Chiffon Collars, -values up to 75t ICjh Satutday .L............ J3C Muslin Corset Covers 19c Laco-trimmed Covers worth regular 35c to 40c. Just to at this price. Get