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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta MM WORK IS .KIIOEPORTED WELL PLEASED WITH OF ASSOCIATED BOARDS OF TRADE Oct Last 1> j'beach, Commibsjouei of the Asso uated ds of T.adt a! Soiuhern Alboita, j meeting or officials of the local boaid icueuiut, he had doue during tin. past it Ml gne a most tlvo and lomureheniitxe siwech and it Bven of impoitauce ul-eu the association. .leelt t suitable lensth, torn? suipnsins Cueing blought out In the torn mijwiouei telauve to thi splendid >e suits of the of the coiporated! boards oft.sde of the louth other, matters In. dwell it length on the land titles agitation ami lyB that it wan hn fhm eonucbbu ihat ihe united acuon of the sumulate the erument to action 116 also sKid tint the aiMoiatioi was uon labeling to secure, a bettei mall senit-e on the south line of tie C P R Ihe association uas been i giand incccfe's Leach the future 15 Tull of prompt bound to be a powei foi good in th poitiou of the COIIIUM I hope to tee a suoug delegation tioui Masiath it the annual meeting at Madeod on De cembei as the elaborate programme mapped out for the coming be tho-iotighh discussed At the coiiLhiiiou or thn speech Horse-Stealing Case-on Today (Continued Iroiu Iront Mr. Conybiare ''What did (iraliaanl ilo with the horses in Williams' r lure nt'ar Yeiwood Witness: "He turned them over to! t io take to 0. Toll's pa Mr. Conybcare "VIIivii-i you those horses Witnws "In the Police llarr.ii-' l.ethbridge.." Mr. Ooiiybeare "Have -.oil ;n doubt as io this U'itness ''Xone at. all." C'onybeare "What tell you to do with thrso _____ Witness: "lie said to take them Io Toll's place, and if jnybcidy ask- ed any I to tell them they came from Suu.lial." At O'Tott'n 'Illness took the lioispt to O.. Toll's place and delivered them in a liflil near O. Toll's place. Witness inquired for O. Toll and as a result 01 a conversation with him witness put the horses in ihe field ot a THE LiyriTlMMDOK DAILY HI3RALD m Friday. Vovftmhcr I, V, iu. .en laudatoo verms of th" results'-that came, from the stead belonging to a Vrruchiuau. Wit-; did not see Graham untir ihe; following Sunday about uvo miles north of Vetuood. Important Conversation Witness described how Graham re-[ turned nitb a fawn bai which he i'l.n-j titied as. his. .Shown a second half witness said this looked very much like Graham's own hat. Graham ask- til witness if he delivered the horses O. Toll, to which witness replied that O. Toll wanted to Graham is as he could. On ihe aijht ol Sunday 21 si April witness stopped dl draham's place, where that even- ing the- present case was discussed. Graham told witness thai there was a report about stolen horses and that he (witness) had butier gel out ot the countrv. Witness told Graham be vim Another Departure at this Aggressive Store "AFTER SUPPER SALE" We are going to stimulate Saturday Night Shopping in this city as it was never stimulated before. Beginning this week, we will hold an "After Supper Sale" every Saturday night from p.m. until closing time. The Biggeit Bargains you ever heard of will be the trade attracting featurei of these "AFTER SUPPER SALES" irers and wholesalers io co-operate with us by giving our- friends sonic- non'jiiid urged the affiliation oi the Slagrath. Board for The augges-lou of Mi met7 witli hearty endorsement, and i unanimous vote- was cast iu favor ot ._ ,cod'not .ifraiii. as hit had only done vliat .ocia 'lie is told. HP explained thai the Ihe matrei of a banquet to Henry and ihe other -Soniheru Ai- beitn lAinneis it the Drv-farming Ex met i favorable by Graham had beeu tamp- ered ivith. Witness leit Graham's place, on Tuesday morning 23rd April, wearing Graham's hat. When wit- ness next saw the hat the band on Jt. was missing. lie ne.v1 saw Gra- bam on 3Dtli April at bis (witness') own house. Graham expressed sur- prise at seeing witness ntid said that U Lau c .u eauine and wholesalers io co-operate with us by-giving our- friends some special pi un.s to nake the After-Supper Sale a.grand success. They have responded the story is told below in item and prices ihal caiv t be rnatehed in this or any other city for real value. )ni.ucms CANNOT BE UNTIL AFTEH 7P.M. SATURDAY NIGHT L01.S ARK LIMITED iSO BE ON HANI) WHEN THE BELL KINGS Ladies' Suits ,7 I.ecn eent to get out .of (lie country as lie had MOVE T0 roronto. 1 party of twenty Toll said he would shoot him fm met brcibren a fcraneh .of hirst lime he saw him. Grah-m the Duokard religious sect, Jeft ,To- roafco foi southern California, sold their lauds at G-.wiUhn- North "Yoik county, where Uat Detective had his (le.scrip- tion ;mcl that lit- hail better Lit the high spots. Witness also related a later -wi Lh (i in formed a bmill colony, .to" wliifb tfie lat.fer aduiitteil up farming in a "ivarmer climahc. Tfte '.conipo-sed of four families and ten iu'divitlualii. Vboiit 30000 automobiles was-." tlie record oi the Unitpd Stales j thjif accused months of the present! notes and foil With tht anil parts f usual inierost tms means 000 000. stolen Prisoner Laughs When witness made this remark the accused outriglit wbeu-inthc dock. Ii; also nip-niricaiit io note was making .copious wing iln; case with un- Kurther examined hv ABOUT 100 LADIES' NEW FALL SUITS VERY LATEST BE PLACED ON SALE FROM 7 to 10 ONLY AT HALF PRICE. LADIES' TWEED SUITS, worth S10; AFTER. 3UPHEH LADIES' NAVY Worth 325.00; AFTER SUP PKR SALK LADIES' .ENGLISH SERGE Worth S2S.OO; AWER SUP- J'ER SALE.............. 9 14.UU LADIES' AFl'ER 'SUPPER SALE LADIES' 535.00 SUITS AF-Ctl! SUPPER SAbK LADIES' 540.00 SUITS AFTER SUPPER SALE LADIES' S45.00 SUITS AFTER SUPPER LADIES' SUITS AFTER S'CPPER SALE LADIES' 560.00 SUITS AFTER SUPPER SALK REMEMBER THE REDUCTIONS ,ARE FROM SEVEN TO TEN ON SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY. Ladies' Coats BIG STOCK OF LADIES' NEW FALL COATS JUST TO HAND. ALL PLACED ON SALE AT CUT PRICES. ABOUT 50 NEW COATS AT HALF PRICE. LADIES' TWEED COATS, with wide cape collars. 515.00. AF- ff TER SUPPER SALE 9 >DU LADIES' BLACK BEAVER Worth AFTER-SUPPER ftri SALE LADIES' BROWN BLANKET CLOTH Worth 525.00; C 1 4 EH AFTER SUPPER SALJJ C.dU LADIES' BLACK PONY- COATS, Liaed throughout. Woilb 4 A AFTKR SUPPER SALE 1. it) .ADIES' GREY 2IBELINE COATS, worth 830.00; AFTER SUPPER f 1 r fin SAM: LADIES' TAN VELOUR COATS, very new- beautiful materials. Wortll C 4 C A AFTER SUFFER I I .OU LADIES' TWEED Worth AFTER SUP- PKR SAL-E If 4 n tin 910.00 Men's Woollen Waistcoat. THESE WAISTCOATS ARE SIMILAR TO THE CELEBRATED JAEGER GOODS AND ARE QUITE AS DESIRABLE IN EVERY WAY. THEY ARE VERY BEAUTIFUL WARM AND STYLISH. MEN'S FANCY WOOL Worth 13.00. AFTER iSUP- PER SALE...............-.. 91.9U MEN'S FANCY WOOL "iVortli 13.60. AFTER SUP- PER 91. f MEN'S FINE WOOL Worii J4.00. AFT-BR SUP- tn nn PER SALE................ 9C.UU MEN'S HANDSOME WOOL WAISTCOATS Worth ?4.50. AFTER SUP- fn Hf PER SALE 9C.CC) MEN'S CHOICE WOOL WAISTCOATS Worth 55.00. AFTER SUP- tftCft PER SALE 9C.DU MEN'S EXTRA QUALITY'WoOL WAIST- 56.60. AFTER -ff SUPPER SALE............. MEN' SELECT WOOL Worth 56.00; AFTER SUP- tfo rtft PER SALE........ 9O.00 SOUTH ARKS Fashionable Apparel for Men and Men's Suits THE MEN'S SUIT DEPARTMENT OF. FERS MOST REMARKABLE We have placed aside about 200 suits which will be offered in this "After Supper Sale" Hhlf Price. EVERY GARMENT THIS "SEASON'S FASHION. MEN'S TWEED SUITS Well Worth.510.00; AFTER SUP- ff nn PERS'ALE 90.UU. MEN'S BETTER QUALiTY TWEED SUITS Worlh .513.00; AFTER SUP-' ijtti Cfl PER SA1.E.................. 9O.OU. MEN'S TWEED AND WORSTED Worth S15.00. AFTER SUP- fft PER SALE................... 9 I MEN'S FINE WORSTED Worth US.OO. AFTER SUP- fn rtfl PER SALE....................9O.UU. MEN'S FINE IMPORTED ENGLISH WOR- STED 520.00 e i n nn AFTBR SUPPER SALE MEN'S FINE IMPORTED NAVY BLUE SERGE Worth 523.5.0. AFTER SUP- PER These are made from very flue materials and well tailored. jMr. Conybearc -witness said he had j known Graham for some time and that he. K-new that Graham owned cer- liorses.' I Cross Elimination Sevare I Mr. Mnckay in his cross uaiuina- lion witness very closelv the alleged troniession made I-. j Graham at the lime when both ipen i -were accused oi the thett oi he liorses. I Mr. Mackay '-'.Anil you ask us t.) believe lliat Krahanv contcsse.l toyi-ti that Jie stole the horses when y.w .knew the theft charge Mas rver. bpUV-of you'.'" i Witiiess did not-answer. Counsel then went, into the i, i of rtlsiauoes bntiveen ilorton's. ham's and O'Totfs places. .Witness had been at O'Toti's. pla.-c previous to April 15, and Graham rode with him place. "Tho only deception was he' said, "mis to tell Miybort that asked me that, the horses cam from Sundial." This iu. answer t -Mr. Mackiiy's question. Wituesa ha for nine days kept the horee-stealin, affair a secret, and had uot said thing to his parents about, the mat ter. Witness not afraid auybodj would shoot him. Graham had told stones to cover up the matter. 'Uj till the lime of his arrest in coouec tion with the charge, witness had no told anybody about the affair. O'Tott told him to pur the liorses in the Frenchman's field. Graham promised to pay witusss for the trip, and wit- ness had to pay. a man iiamod TJur- aud for looliiuir after his team while he was away with Graham.- Witness t owed'Graham which he paid iu I lull. Witness could not. explain why be did not, deduct-ten dollars duo to him .by Graham from the amount due by -witness to Graham. In answer to witness said Hie reason he dill not d-educt .this amount Was lie- wanteil with ti'raham. Witness iva' also examined as to his con.versa.tlo with O'Tott at the time be arrive with the horses. Witness did no known what O'Tott had 10 do will the -Frenchman's field. Thai' Hat Story Mr. Mackay subsequently dealt witl the hat. theory. Witness told counse that Graham had said he lost the hand off his hat. Counsel: "Von before admit 'ed thai Graham had said Witness: "I don't remember." Counsel: "Isn't your story getting itrouger and against Gra- ham as rjme goes Witness: "I don't, think so." Witness said he wouldn't deny that i told'Olex. tony that be was col- ectiug horses for a man at the Little Bo'w. Witness denied ever niehtion- ng .the any man. Counsel Iso too kthe witness over particulaT 'arts of the evidence given-by: one, fackintosh, at the-preliminary hear- with regard to proving a home- idence was not right- Counsel: "Did you tell Mackintos that 'you had Jived twenty or tbirt. miles south of the Little Bow river? 'Witness: "I may Counsel: "Will you swear you di. Witness: Witness I'epeatedly denied questions put to him with regard to handling the alleged stolen horses. Counsel: "When we deal with nop ses -we don't agree, but outside ot that it soems different." Spectator Goes to Sleep At. (his point his Lordship -directed the Sheriffs attention to a spectator iu court who was fast asleep. He was requested to retire, and get some fresh air. More Denials Tonng Morton, cross-examined fur- :uer by Mr. -Mackay, said he did not lorrow a, horse from O'Tott 10 go af- er some other animals which had gone elsewhere. Witness had sup- and breakfast at OTolt's honserl aud yet. did not'kuow O'Tott when he saw him: Tho foregoing statement was made by witness in answer to counsel's question as to whether wit- ness hail known O'Tott previous ro the day on which the horses were tak- en to his place. Witness had notj stated anything about Graham's con- lession at the preliminary hearing. Counsel: "You're a pretty abrewd find clever witness. Do you want the Jury to believe that the reason you never said anything about the matter you were afraid O'Tott would shoot you.1' Witness: "Well, I Counsel: "You're clevor, very clev. and you have twice the brains poa- seased b'y and ihe means of transportation. The w-ork is divided under a hun- dred heads and the information is in- tended for submission to the Imperial Trade Commission, now sitting in London. GATHERING VALUABLE STATISTICS Ottawa, A'ov.. l.-pOHicers of tho Trade and Commerce Oepartmeut are >usily engaged in the compilation of ufonnatlon and statistics, concern- ng the natural resources of Canada, Miss L. Stella Lumbard Teacher of Voice Culture and Song Singing 16, Hull Block Telephone 1536 The Citizens of Lethbridge Prefer Poultry and Meats That Are Grown in Southern Alberta jThi, is bv the that daily .tldiii, lnaily oitrlis, ainoog those who eat choice, Sm.thern only kmd wo-handle.... WE (SELL KO COLD HTOBAGE PKOIJUOTK.- Poultry wil Miaye.a. n umber of fresh lulled dry picked s. -dut'-ks -and- cliiekejis lomornnv. ..Hvi--ry liir.d in Soiilheni'Alberlii and. jusl: killed. Sausage Department We have opened a -new Saiistiee Departineut, install od a lot-of jiew uuicliinerv and placed man sausage charge. .Our sail s.-io-0 fol- nimi.yaml. Havor'i? iTnres evil's I sage, Dui.kin.a-. Tomorrow- will have: an Ihe Ger- -i.n san- ami r Headciiccsc. Sansayc J'ilowd Sausage If you want Quality, we are at your service LA Phone 452 Pressed Cooked Corned Bed'. Boiled Ham Dried Bed1 Cor. Fourth Avenue and Sixth Street S. Across the corner from, the Cpurt House ;