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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta November TTTT; DAILY MI ON GETTING ITS PURE DECLINE SUBSTITUTES Chief Davis Sends in his Resignation (Continued from [rout Chief Davis himself was present at the meeting with all the aldermen present except Aid. Ashcioft. Com- menting on the letter ot resignation Mayor Hatch said he believed it was a matter tor the whole council to take up in police committee. Person- ally he disliked very -much to lose the "CURLY" WHITNEY'S TRIAL START CHARGED WITH RECEIVING AN MALS STOLEN FROM THE IN- DIAN RESERVE Tho case of ''Curly" Whitney, char ca with receiving cattle stolen fro tho Indian reservation, occupied th LITTLE BETTING ON ELECTION services of a chief who so [ar lias attention of Justice Walsh when cou: proven himself a competent heat oi resumed this morning. C. F. P. Con; the department. j bearo K. C., appeared for the owne Speaking to tile council on his re-1 while W. 0. Ives watched the cas signation Mr. Davis stated brielly for the Indian Department. The d that he could not consider remaining' fence was in tbo hands of J. H. Pa in Lcthbridge without soino. form-of, me; protection. He had since coming here sorgt. Mason, K.N.W.M.P., tho firs received oders of similar positions witness called, deposed to being where protection would be secccdcd Whitney's ranch on tho morning him, and under the circumstances he August 26th, and to discovering tw could not do other than resign. cows in a pocket of the fence he pass EVERYONE TAKES IT AS FORE GONE CONCLUSION. THAT WILSON WILL BE ELECTED It was decided to deal with the re- ed, bearlng bmnu8 of lnzy B and lluro siguation oi the chici at a meeting ot i erals n Parulel. 011 ha hoar the police committed later in the tho bawllng of calveg an OIlthouso Looking in through tho window latcl he discovered two calves, a red am week. The-Police Report Other police matters were brought a black one. Following buggy trail hi accused in u rig. Asked what In up through reports the Chict of Lethbridge, Constable. In his monthly report lor unusv, October he specially mentioned, the! d recent police strike, giving a history) 's. Indian came on nil oi the case. He staled that in knowledg. pointing Inspector Skeltou from the of snmc' He lle WM J'ust re New York, Nov. O.-Thcre was lit- Toronto force he had deliberated a to the ranch. The trails corresponded to the marks made b; Whitney's buggy, because the tires on the hind wheels were off and the im pressions could be easily noticed. Witness then went on to detail the conversation which took place be tweijn him and the accused as to tho presence of the cat-tie. Visiting tho ranch on the 29th he discovered the head of a steer with, a bullet hole in it. in reply to dues lions put to accused, he winked his eye, and said, "i am too old a soldier, Mason, to be caught by you." When the calves were let loose they ran to tie election betting yesterday either long time, and had only done so aiter in the financial district or about tho a survey of the material oi the bid iorce had led him to Hie belief that there was not a man whose ability and would warrant his promotion. He also mentioned that the police wagered was on the chance that Tait .iorce was now on a fairly solid basis would not-be-elected, and the odds :and hoped that he would soon.be able cafes. For'the' most'.part small sums were wagered, and in every ease the odds favored Gov.- generally at 3 to' r.-although some bets oi 1 to 1 made. Most of the money against his election were quoted at one to five. One-hot oi 52000 to made that the president would not he-re-elected.. As a result of the to report that the force was attain- ing a more suitable standard of effi- ciency. In connection with recent import- day's activities on the curb one man anb arrests chief specially men- stands to win if Wilson is tioned Sergeant, now Detective Ser- elected, having made a number of gcant, Kroning. be Is at an average oi 3 to 1. He also submitted prices on winter Betting on the state situation flue- uniforms and recommended that a tuated considerably. As a rule the odds quoted on the street and in the cafes were ;U to 1 that Sulzer would win. In a few cases for small amounts the Sulzer men gave odds as high as 1 to 1. and were recognized by their niothe Indian Scout Testifies An Indian scout, attached to the R. complete outfit be purchased at a cost jj. jj p gtatuj h3 at yyhit- of if ordered irom Toronto. neys ranch with Sergt. Mason and While he understood that the depart Corroborated statements rnent was in the habit ot oruprmg as to rmdl the he uniforms at home ho believed, Cross COWB n There were sevcra, even money bets ToloilT that Taft's popular vote in the state In the latter connection Mr. Thaell, T-Jfi n H? -would be equal to Roosavclt'i. The of Thaell and Dodd, addressed the B'adley' ls at Present in men with Hedges money wanted odds council, stating that they had a' Iorce oom sentence for of one to four and in a'few cases got of five men in their tailor shop and thieving, stated that fresb meat it. The .betting on Strauss to win believed they could handle the work wlntney'5 from was one to Hired.' There was one at very nearly the same price as Tor- le there- On August 20th bet ot even money that Tuft's onto firms. 'They had made the a steor was WIled in the pasture'by popular vote on the state would he spring uniforms and were bu'let' It was shot by Murray and greater than Roosevelt's. i to submit tenders for the contract f dressed by himself and Murray. Ou the winter supply. August 24th he left Lethbridge for the SOAK THE PUBLIC Mayor Hatch stated that it Ottawa, Nov. Board of Con-' the rule of the council to have dilation, under the Act, much work as possible done at lion which conducted au inquiry into the and they would give the whole quc careful consideration. differences between the Hull Electric Company, and its employees, has awarded'both conductors and motor- men an increase ot: about two cents per hour. St. John's PresbyteriaTi Church, P Perry, has extended a call to Rev. J. West of Bluevale. Who Uses the Low- Grade Cocoa Beans? High-grade cocoa beans are rare. The great bulk of cocoa beans are l6w-priced and low-grade. But they are used. For what? Handlers of cocoa beans will tell cocoa. Who buys the cocoa? Housekeepers. These housekeepers unknowingly miss the real flavor of cocoa produced from the finer-flavored cocoa beans. They miss a rare, wholesome treat. "Rare" is the word. The finer cocoa beans are rare. Cocoa produced from them is rare. Handlers of cocoa beans will tell you that we buy the very cocoa beans to be the most costly. The flavor of Lowney's Cocoa shows it. This flavor could not be secured from anything but the very cream of beans that the tropics yield. Our Montreal factory has a model equipment. It is as neat as your own kitchen. If you want to enjoy the full, rich flavor of good, wholesome cocoa at its very best, try Lowney's. Sold by grocers. In to 50c sizes. loWWj ranch ahead of Whitney. Afternoon Proceedings The examination of Cecil Bradley was resumed. He spoke of driving certain cattle from; the reserve, i which were two head of Whitney cattle, and placing them in a corra on the 24th. These, with the e.xce tion of two calves, were put tho river next day. The calves b was told by Murray to place in outhouse. The two cows returne to Whitney's ranch during Sunda night. Cross-examined: Whitney left th ranch on August 19, and returned o the following Saturday. He told Whil ney how the calves happened to b- in the outhouse. Regarding the stee shot on August 20, it 'was Murray' suggestion. He did not know tc whom the steer belonged. By Mr. Ives: 'Cattle had been pre- viously killed, and the hides thrown into, the river. "Scotty" Murray, awaiting sentence vlth BradLey deposed that the two calves seen by Sergt. Mason, were hose Bradley placed in the outhouse and the cow.s were their On ;ceing the Indian scout on the ranch in August 26, he asked Whitney the eason. Accused said: "They are at- er us." HIGH PRAISE FOR LETHBRIDGE DR. WIDTSOE WRITES MR. DOW NER EXPRESSING HIGH AP- PRECIATION OF CONGRESS ARRANGEMENTS The following letter received liy th chairman of tho local board of con trol in connection with me D.-y-Farm ing Congress, Is certainly a sourc of gratification to the people of bridge. The loiter is from Dr. Wiclt BOB and through the courlcsy of .Mr Downer tho Herald is privileged t mulish It. October 31, 1812 Mr. Prod W. Downer, Lethbridge, Aiberta, Can. Dear Mr. Downer: A large number of our Utah dele- gates reached home last Monday even- ng, after a very pleasant trip. The tLethbrluge Convention was cer- iiinly a great-success, and we all en oyed it immensely. I want to thank on personally for the courtesy that ou and your staff showed me and 'Ur delegation during the week of tbo onvention. I cannot deny myself the pleas- re of again congratulating you, your ommittee.and your citizens upon the lagaificent entertainment given yoi isliors. Considering the size of the ity, I think I never saw anything one so well and with such splendid pirit back of it. I look back with pleasure over 10 polite and willing attention show- 1 all of the guests of the city by the hakl uniformed cadets, the boys of our city, who acted as guides and mnei-s.for us all. From the first watched them and I do not recall earing any one of the boys using lytiling but the most polite language showing anything but tho greatest iliingness in the face of the mini- eriess requests for help that came om the visiting delegates. The oys are certainly entitled to a great eal of credit and If they continue in same spirit they should develop to a splendid citizenship for the Jung and growing province of Al- erta. Please convey to Mrs. Downer my gh regards, and believe mo Very sincerely yours, John A. Widtsoe CREAM BfflONGfOWHER Its fame is world-wide. Its superiority un- questioned. Its use is a protection against alum food. In buying baking powder ex- amine the label carefully and be sure the powder is made from cream of tartar. Other kinds do not make the food healthful. Slav Found Dead in Stafford (Continued from front page) Where was he killed There is one thing about the der which is troubling tho police. Al- not known whether this belonged, to the dead man or not. If it was it will do away with the theory that he was murdered else- where and dragged to the John strec' crossing, hut so far the police have been unable to fix the ownership of the pipe. Several men have been detailed on the case today. Every clue js being followed to the limit, hut owing to i fact that they have to deal with EMPEROR FERDY MAY BE OUTCOME iULGARIAN KING MAY BECOME ACTUAL RULER OF COMBIN- ED BALKAN STATES tnou8li. Durda was found dead on llic j crossing early this morning and al-. foreigners, the police are hampered at though the pool of congealed bliod every turn. W. F. Wilson is giving FATAL to hear witness to the fact every assistance in running the mur- that he was not dead when he [ell to earth as he wishes to clear there, there is a suspicion that he up the mystery and prevent Stafford was not murdered on the apot. The: Village having another stain on its rse Sunday last' and died of his clothing seems to name which owing to events of the uieu irom his givc tKd that he was killcll clBC_ pnst few years, is none too good CK FROM HORSE WAS Lindsay, Out., Nov. Reid, oprietor of the Matpe Leaf cheese kicked by a ctory in Emily, was rse Si urles. AUTO DRIVERS BEWARE "In approaching or passing a car of a street railway which has stopped, or is about to stop to allow passengers to get on or off, the operator of every motor vehicle shall slow down, and if necesEary he shall bring said motor vehicle to a stop, and not proceed until the car has started, and all passengers who have alighted, shall have gotten safely clear of the mot- or vehicle." Drivers of motor cars in this city should take warning from the above section of tho Motor Vehicles Act, for Chief Davis has given orders that it be en- forced. Very little attention is paid by motor owners as to how their ears pass street cars standing to take on or let off passengers, and an accident is bound to happen If they persist in driving past as they do now. Prosecutions will follow all in- fringements of the act which come undor the notice of the police. where, and dragged there by the col- lar of his coat. In this case the mystery grows deeper, and although every effort is being made to locate- the person or persons responsible lor Uurda's death, so far no real clue has been found. What was the motive for the vjl A, deed Was it a direct result of a during the wedding festivities Geo. Kotan's bouse. Lethbridge proper. Constantinople's Water Supply (Continued from front page) "Do not think that tbo great powers Kotan him- denies that there was any trou- are slower than other people to ad- ble all afternoon or evening although just -their own views to the march of they were all fairly drunk" before the events. The powers are exchanging dance broke up. The bride and bride- views in regard to the position in also deny any knowledge quarrel. Certain it is that the tria will not join in intervention In the Balkans. without a request to tako' such a step coming directly from one of the belligerents. The German for- eign oflice has received no confirma- tion of the report that Turkey Ua4 aske'd the powers to mediate. FARMERS. SHOW DEEP INTEREST BREAKFAST! DINNER.! OWNEY5 J COCOA The Best Way to Make Cocoa Mix h AddWl of c ihletpoonfnl of suit. Mi Oof 111) ips of acnlaVJ (not boii n csK-bealer until fioljiy. milt, 6 The Walter M. Lowncy Co, of Canada, Ltd., Montreal London, Nov. King William Prussia was proclaimed German mperof at Versailles in ]S71, so it said King Ferdinand, of Bulgaria, to be declared Kmpcror of the Bal- kan federation when the victorious troops of the- allies reach ople. This report from Pans IM ably a mere guess at King Ferdin- ami's amliition .rather than an accurate guagc of his power to them. This possibility, however, is a log- ical development of the present situ- [j ation. The Turkish government's do- sire to impose an armistice on the Balkans lias been rejected and, although the German attitude is more favorable to the Porte, it is not like- ly that any power will go further than olTcr (.o mediate. easy answer, the lasiy answer, the economical an- easy dish of select Atlantic fish. Wholesome, nourishing. No bones, every bite a glad one. Anil ihat bracy ocean flavor 1 It com- pels an caper appetite. Simple recipes with pack- age. Ask your dealer for "HALIFAX" and "ACADIA" CODFISH year-old hridc was not the motive. There, was no quarrel between and Durda. If there was a quarrel between Besoia and Durda, (hu rest of the party confess complete ieuor- ance of it. Should Have, Been Found Earlier The elf stance between the house of the wedding feast and the spot where Durda was found is only one block, about two hundred feet. The other inmates of the house claim that hotli the murdered man and the one on whom suspicion rests left about 11 o'clock, although it might have been Inter. Chairman Wilson, Of the Staf- ford Village council, who has been working on the case with the police, claims that, if Durda had been mur- dered where the body was found, it would have been discovered earlier, as it was found on the main street, where miners are continually passing back awl forth at all hours of tin; night, and one could not pass down- Alain St., or 7tli Ave., N., without almost stepping on the victim of the tragedy. This seems lo bear out the contention that Durda was nob struck down where found, but was murdered elsewhere later in and (he body dragged there. In this case the police are making enquiries to Itmi out where Besoia. and Dunl.i' parted, and if they went elsewhere1 after diet wedding dance. That it; was a drunken quarrel brought about by some cause un- known is as far as the police have near east but it must he a very de licate matter for them to interfere be- tweeii two powers unless they do so at the request of both." Asked as to whether Great Britain could not fol- low the precedent of Mr. Koosevelt In the Rus60-.Iapaneso war, Sir Edward Grey did not reply. Sir Edward, referring again to the war, said untoward had yet happened at. Constantinople. The situation there remained as it was yesterday, (be city being in a atale of apprehension as to what might hap- pen. Sir Edward denied that Great Britain had given a warinlng of any Kind to Bulgaria. The movements of Hritish ships and their intentions wore precisely similar to those of the other powers, namely to protect lives. The steps had been taken as n re- sult, of communication a which bad passed between the powers. Sofia Doesn't Hear News Sofia, Nov. here are be- ing kept in entire ignorance of the happenings around Adrianople and Tchorlu, where the Turkish and Bul- garian armies are fighting. Nothing has been published for the past three days. An important ministerial con- ference was held this mo-ruing, the re- sult of which has not been made pub- lic. Thirty foreign war correspondents luivo announced that they are leaving (ho Bulgarian hcadciuarters and re- turning to their respective countries. The Sadness of War Belgrade, Servia, Nov. butch aiagrath, Nov. "mixed farming1' special, touring the province, under {.he auspices of the Department of Agriculture, met 'with a very cor- dial reception here yesterday. The lectures and demonstrations were numerously attended, and were follow- ed with profound interest. Th0 train, consisting of nine cars, including a, diner and a sleeper, pull- ed in about nine o'clock, and prepara- tions were at once .made for the meet- ing. The demonstration work attracted considerable attention, and the ex- were very pleased to see tko jeneflts of their labors shown in'the satisfied expressions on. the faces! of lie farmers. Speaking of the Institute in grata to a Herald correspondent, Mr. Lewis said: "I am more than pleased wJth our reception at Magrath. ifc has been one of the best yet, and appreciate It very much. It will be taken to the ears oE Mr. Marshall al- so, and may figure largely In tho se- lection of the point at which the short course school will bo held this 'win- ter. You may say that I thank every one who has done little or much, to make our visit here successful and pleasant, which it certainly has been.1' ic Family Friend for 40 years" A never aC relief for Croup and WhdSplnc C Couch. able to gel in solving the mys- of phono's numbering'1360, chiefly PHONE MEN RETURN TO WORK JUooso -law, Sask., Nov. thirty linemen and cablcmen of tho ocal telephones, returned lo work this morning. They went nut on 1'Yi- ilay last, and wanted sixty cents an hour, mid an hour shorter day. Do- ft of tbo sottlemont will not be known nniil the agreement Is signed, lint tho men upiicnr lo bo well salia- Hcd. GIVEN AWAY FREE 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize 4tlr Prize 5th Prize 6th Prize 10 Prizes of each. 20 Prizes of each For getting subscriptions "THE SCOUT" For particulars and entry forma write DELARONDE 408 King's Hall Building, Montreal Berlin, Nov. nnd Ana- lor those who carouse, and It may be jtliat DnVda went to one of these houses, and there became mixed up in a quarrel which led to his death. Victim No Relatives Here Dnrda was about -IS years ot age, and unmarried. He lias no relatives living in Lclhbridge, although it. is understood bn lias a brother, OoorfiC, living in Maeleod. Like nil Russians, bo was when drinking, and this may have the cause of last niRht's 'irafrrcly. Near tin; bodv u nine found, lull, it is Storm Doors Storm Windows Put on dm shortest notice. A. W, JONES General Delivery WANTED Will pay all cash for pair of lots (not tlian 50 feet) In Fiiirview, Sunujwide or Kosodalo or similar value property. Must In; real ADDRESS BOX 8 HERALC ;