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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta HIM A CHANCE" A SUCCESSFUL LAW THE LETTTBR1DGE DAILY TTKK AT.n LordOiiflmsfcml, stnte who pre.-iided, also quoU'ii liguiM rakeii from I he hooks of the 'i'ri.soners' Aid Society. of Sail the JKvst your, 213'people discharged troui your, a 13'people discharged troui jail hud been assisted and 151 oi them found employment, only one out of hist number coming back into animal cluiehcs of the law." It was re niuiudi meeting of the Prisoners -iid mark ,ble that t> I Society some.remarkable fiKtlres were .'only .32-1 out. of people'assisted! gtyen by the .minister oi justice. .Mr. brc'-e the law. Sime its hi Hall said "within the last uas aided S71 lirsl. illTi-ndM-i; Hall said: "within the last yejrrs ;the government ins closed y. November 2, 1912 Witness: "1 don't remember sayingi the horse which was beitis ridden bv tf I6 "'e Witue s wa that he would not say the caae[ sure it was not Gralwm. It was Tvas not mentioned. did nut remember al! that pie. told the Greennmn's. Graham had j been formerly jierfectly friendly with j witness who admitted tliat he knew Ills, son had a number of, horses of Ills own. Mrs. Christina Hortoii re- membered Graham saying .he wanted her sou to drive a bunch ot' horses, H3jhe liad a pain in his side. Witness [had no other conversation wiili Gra- 3iam at the time. Graham paid an- f-other visit alter the preliminary, but fitness could' not :tell what took Milace. Cross-examined witness said J c.he knew Graham tiofore liis first vis- lifto lier house on April 15. witness i said she.. Ifad" told -Mrs. Gretniuiim pu one occasion.Vthat-, Graham had cume to'bire BefiHcrgo and'drive a bunch of' horses. Witness on the evening f ofiBert's arrest did not hear any con- Yerba'tion. tween five and six- o'clock morning, when witness saw muni on horseback-. .lames .McLean, of Carmaugay. cor- roborated the evidence given by the. previous witness that it. was not GI-.I-J bam who was driving the horses sc-en on the. morning of the 15th of April fasf. C-rUss-exalnined by .Mr. witness admitted that at the prelim-j hearing, he had said he did whether or not it was !ss, hoivover. 'was now of tbe op-j iniou (hat it was not Graham. Mrs. Paul Platt also testified-that she remembered Sunday the 14th oil April litsr. -wkeu, -iii .company Another Departure at this Aggressive Store "AFTER SUPPER SALE" We are gomg to stimulate Saturday Night Shopping in this city as it was never stimulated before. Bepnmng this week, we will hold an "After Supper Sale" every St'mUlated Saturday night from 1 p.m. until closing- time. The biggest bargains you ever heard of will be the trade- attracting features of these "AFTER SUPPER SALES" our friends some special and prices that can't be matched in this or' below in Items Men's Suits Ladies' Suits J .OU Carman Haley, a youthful witness, lives about half a mile tvoiu Hot-, ton, said he had known Graham for about two years. Witness had seen at the Horton place about times. Witness' said be heard Graham and ilortou one day last spring talking about hitting the Jiigb spots. It was Graham who was! talking about hitting the high spots. Mr. Maokay's cross-examination off the youthful witness lied its humor ous points. The little, fellow did 1101 imo-w. what the ''high .spols" .meant. Witness knew Graham had a horse j -with a saddle. Witness ivau often at j Morton's house, and was talking with i several neighbors about the case. Floyd Teski, residing near Cnrinan- j say, sworn, identified a hat band I -which he found four days after ('he dig f npjie.iirance of tile horses. Witness found this on the road on a section near Lyekmau's place Hert l-IOTton, rolled In- Mr Com- lid-ire, shown hat hand, "swore that ton bein Hor- lioth hats had bands similar lo that on I 15' Hor- 1Dn Uliu about his iroublv and referred to the horses which were some- she, went- out in the if country uear Yetwood on an auloiuo-! bile trip. Witness saw a bunch ofj horses driven by a man on horse- back. Tliis'would be between yind six o'clock in tlie morning. Wit ness did not think the man she saw- was Graham, as the mail she saw was of different build. Otto Pearsou said he saw a bunch of horses 'wandering around loose near the corral. Mrs. Kverett Green man, who lives one mile east of the Horton family, said her husband first told her that youus Horton was under arrest. This would be ou Wednesday, the 15th of -May. HiumiBl Morton came to my home out- day and had a conversation my husband. Jlortou repeated the conversation for my benefit. Hoi-.: ton said that Albert Graham came to! his house on 15th April, and asked if his son ccaild eo ami bunt some hor- with him. ABOUT 100 LADIES' NEW FALL SUITS VERY LATEST WILL BE PLACED ON SALE FROM 7 to 10 ONLY AT HALF PRICE. LADIES' TWEED SUITS, worth ?15i AFTER SUPPER SALE LADIES' NAVY Al'TER iJL'P- PER SALE LADIES' ENGLISH SERGE SUITS Worth A-FTER SOP- PKR SALE S30.00 AFTER 'SUPPER SAbE LADIES' SUITS AFTER SUPPER LADIES' S40.00 SUITS AKTER SUPPER SAbE LADIES' SUITS AFTER SUPPER SALE LADIES' 'SUITS AFTER SUPPER SALE LADIES' SUITS AFTER SUPPER SALE 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 cane collars. Worth AF- en 'PER SUPPER I .dU LADIES' BLACK BEAVER 520.00. AFTER SUPPER C 1 H Hn SALE.................... LADIES' BROWN BLANKET CLOTH C11 Crt AFTER SUPPER SALE 3> i C.OU .ADIES' BLACK PONY COATS, throughout. Worth 525.00 -jf AFTER SUPPER SALE I 4. I O LA'DIES' GREY 2IBELINE COATS, worth AFTER SUPPER C 4 e nn .ADIES' TAN VELOUR COATS, very new materials. Worth e 4 en IK; AFTER SUPPER I I .ADIES' TWEED Worth 520.00; AFTER SUP- PER SALE 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 WA.RM AND STYLISH. MEN'S FANCY WOOL Worth 5U.OO. AFTER SUP- PER SALE............'.... MEN'S FANCY WOOL Worth AFTER SUP- PER SALE................-Jf I MEN'S FINE WOO.L Worth 54.00. AFTER SUP- CO PER SALE............ 9C.UU MEN'S HANDSOME WOOL WAISTCOATS Worth J4.SO. AFTER SUi'- Hf PER SALE............... MEN'S CHOICE WOOL WAISTCOATS Worth 55.00. AFTER SUP- fn PER SALE............. IpC.OU MEN'S EXTRA QUALITY WOOL WAiST J5.50. AFTER If SUPPER SALE........... I b MEN' SELECT WOOL Worth SOO; AFTER SUP- tin PER SALE...... 53.00 llortou did a great deal of talking, and said that Graham had lied to him. because it. wasn't his own SOUTHARD'S Fashnonable Apparel for Men and Women THE MEN'S SUIT DEPARTMENT OF- FERS MOST REMARKABLE Wo have placed aside about 200 suits which will be offered in this "After Supper Sale" at Hhlf Price. EVERY GARMENT THIS SEASON'S FASHION MEN'S TWEED SUITS Well Worth 510.00; AFTER SUP- 'ff nn PER EFTTER QUALITY TWEED SUITS Worth AFTER SIJP- I'KH SALE............ MEN'S TWEED AND WORSTED Worth S i 5.00. AFTER SUP- fft I'EKSALE.................. 91.50 MEN'S FINi_ JRSTED Worth A.FTEK SUP- PER SALE MEN'S FINE IMPORTED ENGLISH WOR- STED sao.oo ff -i ft nn AHTBR SUPPER SALE 1 U.OO MEN'S FINE IMPORTED SERGE Worth 522.DO. AFTER SUP- NAVY BLUE Thpse are made from very fine materials nd well tailored. forcenicnts into the liring line to "ivc against the victorious Bnlgariana. anil weight, (o their attack. This meant it is falling ,back in disorder oil its final lino of defame at the forU of Telmlja, tweuty-fvo miles onl Des- I i cnbed by berman that the position ot Lule-Bnrgas was becoming untenable. The Turkish ad- (Continued from front vanee line tell back to Torgut Sliei- Grave doubts are expressed in tnili- be would not 'havt Bulgarians ovcrwhelminc; when it was set on lire (lank attack, abandonint; tlieir line of any serious attempt, to hold this lino. stttLtid that J-lorton of Uulsarian .shells. retreat, Serai. The Defence's Side c, ......J Sunday, and that Graham wirll no l it Paul Piatl. a :onuer rfSid-jnt of CarmaiiRay. was lu company otlu-r frirnds v.-imcss went out. lo the country on Sunday. April IJ last, out pas, Veiwooil. On I lie morn- ing of the wil.uws saw a man ou horseback with a bunrb or horses. The man in charge horses was not Graham. Wiincss saw the' hor- ses -the last lime al. the Police Bar- .Misg Cross-examined. dpscrlbnil bi-r brother on Sunday, }he I Ui had a second conversation trouble. A Bandlens Hat Mis" '-'reonmaii. a daughter of the previous iritness a derby hat on Easter ally disbjiulc-ii' the Turks retired in A u'as joined between disorder through Rngara and Tojoi-jlllc forces at dawn on ffcd- directly south oi Tcherlu. ami raged with equal "Hcre also the TnTrsuTd "eSS tllc.wllolc frollt> a. dis- for It is oa Top Every Time! .Supreme above I in qual- ity raised by merit. alone to I that proud cmin- erice' Alb crta 's Best Baking I 'Powder is uniform, pure, ie Invariably I 'dependable. Your gro- .ccr knows him tht. tlie enemy parallef and cn a The i determined cilorf to ay briilgc, bill Iho roops entrenched near tile outflankim; .............uii Turk main line oi "c-oimiiiiiilcalioii: 'n'' through -Ser.ii and Tcharkesseuiu through Tarkeni and to I' M tliCm the enemies' relrent to tlie Tctaa i ,'n''' lines. The Turkish losses are tjior- g an concentrated after Ii lallted abiiui soinr ho Vi.tni-ss said Khe hiui lha of I lit; ir.ih. Witm- bunting-, no but iM ol' tlh> mous. The rear lint of retreat traceable by a loin; line oi iliscanlt-d weapons ami equipment, anil, sad to lodies of tin- massacred "christhins, 'i'he Bulgarians captured guns and many tliousands of rounil.s of aiuiriuni- tiun." l.oudon, -Xov: i ill Hie ttn B fm was s an equpment and sad to, -av, also by hurnins an, I losses. Nevertheless lllc the REV. PAUL BULL IS, TO PREACH A MISSION AT ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH fearful for the safety of tire Christian populations of the Turkish towns, and ilie European Pbivers liave stops in this connection by the dis- patch of warships to Salonika, Con- stantinople, and other Turkish ports for the protection of their ties. Xew York, Nov. lioosevelt received another rousing welcome In -Madison Square (Sarden last night. Me appealed for a record vole Tuesday. .cr tions of tlie-ww-k-hmg battle hi d the innrnii said hot- 1 lull i-mirl did not loc.K like ii The'b-in" Iba, was on buckle on ii. fXlllllillflll by witness ..vplBliiort cenain poinls mv' v.onsly made in former stalemeuis. I he court adjourned al six until this morning.' STEAMER IN BAD SHAPE I'm onto Nov. 2._Tho Thomsou i 'Jtlloui iKi-oiind below (juflhen In n p (cnious pnallion, nllhouch then i-, 10 slbility of savin? her nt CUIKIHS ,ro very hi i, nionud and lhp depth in Ii i mated to be us much ,-ia ifclllun leel Kfforls are "id to utloit her Turkish columns nf wounded were passei! 10 the rear alter receiving ,iun- Tirsl aid JJH. No dcscriul iiii, sonlh-easiern corner ol the of the st.-.Kes of the nttle 1 Ion ilOB' !'rc b. l Ita rrpor'S "iat ihat ,r r i-nlinued until late v iih virvim. o- mi liindiiit. v.n.s (ernhly severe. Ini W.-ducsda "it ii -1 lie Imkisli .irtillery replied In l he arliilery duel no superiorit.v was shown by eillier side, (in Tncs- nflcrnnun il berame. clear to Urn Tundxli coiniULiiulrrs that the Superiority Beats Numbers Ixmdon, Nov. Turkish arm on whic-h tlio A "niisgion" fs being ureached in most of the Anglican churches of Mail- itoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta by a band of twent ty clergy who have come falo of Iho Ottoman i been oulsencra! oiit-foijuhi. I, -oat is hellovoi) (o bo tlic last, suuil REV. PAUL BULL Of Mlrflcld, England, who will preach a mission In Lethbridge during week uf, out from Engllnd under the Bishop of Eclliiborougli, at the invitation ot tlie Church of Canada. The missionary for this city the Rev. Paul .Bull, one of the fore- most priest of the <-hnrch of Ting and. lle js member of a society n.tho church called the Community I of the Uesnrrection. who devoto them-1 selves to special work. t The announcement of this special tile win of the church In .-etbbndgo ,s making n lot nf people :i..U tbe question "What is a missiwi As understood, the word "mission" is used to signify several dift'ornnt kinds service but it has the same mean- us in each. It means literally "a sending" ami the word "missionary" .'i- -missioner" means "one sent." Thus we speak of missions -lo the -sealhen. We mean a "sendillR or Jic Gospel 10 those who are In of it. When wo speak of home .Missions we mean a "sonding" to ;uinister to those who are living in liristam coiralry and when wo speak )l a mission" we mean a "sendinc" special to help io j0 deeper practice of Christaimty, who already have -tin- minis- jations of the chnrch. That is what I Us sent by Mother cliurch in Kngiaml. is trying do for the church In weStern Canada The mlEslonei-s, twenty In number Have romo for this special service and ior a short-lime only. A Bonny Record The Paul Bull bus greal ntation in the old country and hevond I. Ho 1ms been a chaplain in' the (Irtish navy. He war, at Iho front n tw-ont.v-flve battles with (Jcncral nocr i United States several times to speak and preach at some of the great gath- erings and sy-nods of tile church. Is one of the moat forceful of he day. lfe jlist flnished eight days missiion in Winnipeg ami also in Calgary. At present he is conducting one in Moose .Taw- and Trill be in Lethbrldge for eight days commencing Sunday November 10th The Winnipeg Free Press was very loud in its praises of him, Mpaciillv Jit the big- meeting in .the Walker theatre, when he spoke to tireo thousand men. The Mooaa Jaw .vemng Times says, "The Rev Paul Uull was very eloquent in his appeal ind the church was crowded to ita t-tniost capacity." No doubt he will be euually in. redated in this city. A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT .Mrs. Edward Kennedy, of Merid- ian, Conn., 40 years old, was ad- vised by her physician to try Dr .Martell's Female. Pills, she did so with wonderful results. Thous- ands of others would say the same. 20 years the standard at your druggist. Special Notice! 15. Bni.ehei- lias re- turn pel and Lethbridge Cleaners in rhnrgo and has something in Ohemical .Dry Clonn- ing. .lixpross paid Ollc way on out 0J' (own orders. 326 5th St Johnson Phone 1565 ;