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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HARRY CLEVELAND, Manager. _ 6 nights commencing Monday, Miss Verna Felton v and The Allen Players CLOFERNIEi Ferale. SjlUjarer, ,O' oMhe Moraljind Refer Council bf Canada; is fri "town conducting a series of follow-up meet ings in connection with the evangel- i ical which; Is being vcarded Jljdh in., the 'Kodteuays. Dr. SheaVex is WAS NOT tTY Resenting of latest successes. "The Defiance By Herbert Bashford A comedy drama in A MISS VERNA, FELTON f- special s pany bar ryingvtieir own -scenery age Making every play a scenic produc- tion. on Sale iit Cross Dr.. S accompanied by Rev. Mr: Robinson j secretary of the Evangelical Alliance.' they were joined by Rev..-! Antferson, -of Toronto. massfpteeiing: for men only i '-QJje case of "James was acquitted tor the charge of assaulting a man named William Uratton at Grassy Lake on July 28th, 1909: of tlu'ee witnesses lor Hie prosecution and tnree for the cie- I'ence was directly contradictory. Tke! prosecutor, William D. Corns and Ai-' itney that oil '.the the where be repeat his meetings in 5tbe moral and social re- election held yesterday to-'.rav it'y the transfer of 5600 from" the An- nex school building fund to the Cen- tral school fund, resulted in ratifying the transfer. vote was very in favor >O SIRpRCYLAKE IEAVES vegji _____ that night, the .prosecutor; were' wa next, novemoer At 320 Ashmead Street, jgfe o'clock prompt Whitner were-' walking] side walk Blatter tV6 'in'the street! th'ev pass- pas they did and hit Ottawa, Nov. Major. General Sir tnis arter- p'dURJNlS Ol.L QN _ TR o u EL E D -WAT E'R s The District Led- ger. says: At pie District Executive tfqard meeting, held on the Sth ins-t., it, -was decided. to make application for Board, under the In- dustrial Disputes Act. The Crow's 2Jest Pass .Coal Co., 'Ltd.. have during the. present ly "raised trivial- technicalities" jnv-oV the men out of their just rights. Durlrig af. document; 'Jliese. I'it to ignore it is with great reluctance' that the District feels .cofapeiied take this they ensure -its' mem- bers that their -saie-- guarded. HALF BREED GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER. Winnipeg. WlHiani Kope. a been taken, up 'by general manager! Hi officials, tBe: "company" place a false interpretation on me'i agreement, and it would appear that the agreement is -only useful to so long as they are permitred to with th'e.death or Freder- icic'.'Smititat Black JLake Winipeg. He shot Smith.', and was charged--with murder. Thew-ife of-..the dead t tie" principal and the prisoner's excus- es did not carry much The fact that he was u-ild :-vrith liqu- or at the time of the tragedy is sup wi. 4tj their own construction on same. (posed -do' have influenced "the -jury" in are customs acknowledged be: reducing employer and fimnlnvpo -in- tw'een, employer and employee thar in.- y'ariably are looked upon as an unwrifc- .ev-en..held Just as ,noon, en route as military adviser of the government Bavins expired. He, was accompanied as IVr as Quebec by his brother. R.S. tlie'chief-officers oi': t'ii'e" nailitia depart-' were at the station to bid him good-bye, and among the-civilians pre- was Sir. R. ,L. num- ber city presented her d'ayfs' ago' vvath a "diamond bracelet as a Urance of her sojourn in the Capital. Sir Percy Lake has not teen made ac- quainted yet" of the ofheev regarding hisrfuture move- ments; Major General MacKenzie, 6t the Imperial army, :ihe new military "tce efi. Frank's meat market; as so Franks opened the door the and im- njedjajjely 'returned into ;his store- be'was Tuihan testified to abrasion on scalp about one o'clock in the morn-' ing. went upon the stand! in his ..own. behalf. He had gone to -bed ooj the night in question and was v midnight by some a-t his store that He got up "iid.let them in. The men were pro- secutor, jaiid Corns.. ..They wanted to. iight ret used, and tried, "to notiqa.r. In the! end prosecutor picked up .a throwing it through the window, some of the glass, striking witness and cut-1 Defendant was> ported in his evidence by George Hay- land, "by and? wao was awakened from sleep r{ roorarln. jhe adfoining buildin nikrk.et. On dressing around "there he. suffering from" cuts in liiis' cheeks. Rowland Fletcher also sun- ported swearing' that he witness- hi? bedroom .dow :'ln acquitting his Lordship said that he did not be the evidence of SAVES WOMAN A83ALQM: seed, Conn.', Nov.-' Miss Ar- line Klaus, of Chicago, who is-visiting her sister, Mrs. Charles H.' Barreuth- er, cliinbed an apple tree to get some rruit. Suddenly the limb on which ;he 'was-standing. jiroke. Her hair be- a limb, --.and, .she J-uj.jj-' V ;t.- .tiiiaiijj'CU- ill a. 11U1U S'lG however, febe yrisouer-pjfebaWy es- the groujid. iiair caped the death penalty turough that dangling to the tree OUiers "in He be ..sentenced! party thought she- oad been tomorrow- -1 i-, f ---phe-wore .ft-.b.tch saved iier life.-; ny, to Remind Us of WKen You Think of Underwear I best quality'and price. We. stock lead mo- Ibe for {Ladies and Gentlemen m'any weight you require. Either combi .separate pieces. Good and Quality Never GIpves-A splendid: glove bargain. Colors black. tan, brown and gray. Sizes 6.to 7-1-2, Replaced if orov.n Replaced if proven faulty. Selling Another Lot of Coats to Hand-Ladies' and w. Ladies' 'Coats Ladies' Coats at Ladies7 Coais at Ladies' Coals at... J...' Girls' Coats at r. ;t.; Girls' Coats, at and pro- Out, JNov. mpojls. died-here recently after a lin- jlfgerlng" illness, at fhe age of seventy came to Canada from j in 1842. and a few years later I settled in Stratford, where he lived continuously till his death. He re- ceived his education in Stratford and Goderich -High Schools, and was cali-f I ed to the bar in 1863. Later, he enter j e9-'into" partnership with James Fish- ..C...and the firm was la-ter jby'G. G. McPherson, K.C., now coiinty was cre.-i; Q.C. in 1SS5, and in .JSSS v: is ao- I pointed deputy, judge of Perrh, be judge in''iSS7. Iii-lS97 !j- signed owing to ill-health, ami succeeded by .Judge. Ban-on. Judge! woods was connected with many or-j sranlzatioris, having been president of! both the' Stratford Gas Company and j the Stratford Water Supply Company. I an Anglica.n-in 'religion. A 1 widow and IKx-Judge Woods is the father, of Mr. i woods, manager of the: Bank of Rav- iinond. Silk and Net, Dress Waists Good Value in Furs for Women and Children Marmot Stoles and set Brown Fitch Stoics and set....... Persian Lamb Stole and Per "set Black Bear Stole and set Mink Neck Pieces, worth Gray Lamb Stole ar-d Muff, Slack Hair Muffs, large, very Gjrls' White Rabbit, tipped with, black, muff and'storm" "splendid "value .512.00 Nov. tlie ex- pected resignation'of the Briand cab- inet tetLiy, President Fallic-res re- iiuesied Premier Briand to retain his and form minisiry. In I j making- up ilie new cabinet the pre- i-jraier has been in consultation with {former iesders. Ii. is probable that no ,i announcement of the personnel of-the i I cabinet vriii be made until tomorrow.! j The Temps insists on the imperative-' j-ness of a broad of social I defiance'against cinar- jchy with Jegni means for the settle-! fment 'of labor .conflicts -iWJthout resort-l iing to 'sirike. I --i. 18.00 STOCK THROUGHOUT THE STORE LIMITED REPORT OF HONDURAS REVOLUTION CONFIRMED j New Orleans. Nov. ;ftave been received here from of American v jut in i cnnfirniin-v despatches an-! a outbreak That tbe'.-Cniicd will! Uif next it nee-! essary t.o take an active pan- ;31 oasc. j ing General Jose Vaidars, leader of j from interested portions j 6ffho land is the genera! belief of1 men In city, wlio are in-1 in Cenirai. American sell -b HOUSEHOLD chairs upholstered in morocco solid leather holstered easy desk and 'inSc met, mahogany music; bench, handsome settee and-chair to match (solid mahogany and upholstered in figured; tryft eh oice Axminster carpets, 9 section elastic B; drop serving upholstered, easy drawing chairs, chiffonier, soli Joak bedstead with spiral springs, Ostermoor and: single heels, 2 pairs tapestry curtail range, of articles too numerous to mention. with'; fKe offered by ac-i to. -manner prosecutor by uudni.the J The matter of accused's bail, which .had been escheated, bis Lordship left in ihe hands of the crown! if accused paid -The..costs of the trial at which be failed to-.appear, the .crown would probably refund thevmpiiey. j? i Goods on Tlie sundry goods will sold ing room, parlor and and the selling will occupy about an hour and a hall The auctioneers will be.greatly (if tlie public ;wfU H v t T- to the evening, at 7 o-clock; on We Simmons to offer; by public auction: THE VERY VALUABLE PROPERTY situated and beirig St., city, comprising Z lots, togetn-f er with the well built and outbuildings there on heinol: a frontage, of .75: feet, on ,a.-depth the lane. The liouse, whi.cli-is fully modern in every respect contains li, rooms, has a roomy entrance hall and There is also a. stabll at 'the rear. The.property has recently been painted both in-? ternally and externally and would vrent readily at month. A bw reserve has been fixed and the saje; will be arranged on the following advantageous terms: 1-10 of purchase, price Ac1 spread over 9 yearsrwith interest at 7 per cent. The auctioneers call particular'attention: to. this, to extra ordinary terms of payment the proposition is one which" will .commend itself to large and small investors alike. It to assert that in'accordance with the -rapid rise in real estate values, the above property will command in two or three years. Monday, November 14th Don't Forget the Auction Sale of Winnifred Is Making Good A sample of the Winnifred Building Stone may be seen at the office of the Auctioneer. Round St. and the Winnifred IWnsite Co., City. Get in on these lots. 2nd week in November, Fuller particulars telcr. F. WABDIXGTOX CO. Phone 426. -Auctioneers, City. "It" you require an Anctioneer. Us." ;