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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLILMK VI. PAGES. 'c, Alberta. Suiurduy, November 8, 1013 Number 279 Walter Bean Will Go On Trial Again at the January Silting PRISONER'S STORY Says if Strychnine Was in His Valise Bonsdn Put it There CACKLE BERRIES 75 CENTS A DOZEN Ycrh, Nov. are so scarce in New York that deal- ers put the retail price up to 75 cents per dozen for the best quality, and prospects are they will go from three to five cents a dojen higher. The present wholesale price I> 62 cents a dozen, though certain brands of western eggs may be obtained for 43 cents a dozen. Failure of hens to lay this year and a shortage Tn the cold storage supply are given by dealers as rea- sons for the scarcity. Will of the Lnte R.E.Sherlock Has Been Filed in the Su- preme Coutl SEVERAL BEQUESTS Residue of Estate Divided Be- tween Widow and Three Children After nearly four hours of. deliber- ation last night. Ihu jury sitting on case of Walter Dean, charged wllii administering poison lo Henry with intent lo comir.lt mur- der, in n lonely shack, ne-ar Spring Coulee, on the night of October 3, McNibu. foreman, reported at 9.30 p.m. tint a verdict had not been reached, O'viug to disagreement. The jury was discharged .by Mr. Justice j Simmons, "lie second hearing of the CMC being set for the special sittings of the Supreme Court on Jamiary 7. Hearing at 5.15, the jury returned at 7 o'clock lo hear a rehearsal of Ihe evidence, relating to the theft ot ?1S.OO by Kean from the shack. Uean MMrtP.1 guilty lo. tbls charge before Province, to assume treeman, The will oi the late R. E. Sherlock HIE sura GEIS six BAVARIA'S NEW KING TAKES OATH Das been entered for probate surrogate court. in tl.o THOMAS. PEAHT Aged 84, a veteran Canadian live- stock exporter, who died while Bit- ting In a chair on the veranda of the residence of.his son in Toronto, Mr. Peart was one of the first Canadian cattle dealers to'export cattle to Eng- Tand. He had Interests In several i taught With Goods and In- criminates With His Own Evidence RED DEER GIRL Victim of His Amsndment to Criminal Code Works Well She was born in Kcd Peer 13 year and her father still resides lliere Munich, Bavari.i, Nov. wlg III., th2 new King cf Bsvaria, who replaces the mad King Otto, took the oith today the throne room of the palace, v.jth the S'-TV pit formula prescribed by the Bav- arian "I sv.-ear to rule according to the constitution and the Imperial lav.s, so help me Gcd and His Holy Scriptures." Denies Rumor So Industriously Circulated During the Past Few Days HIS PLATFORM Says Waterworks and Subway are Only Insistent Improve- ments for Present I petted the estate will increase in j proportionately. Alter urovid- Very Active Lustoms for obligations Mr. Sherlock I made a number ol l.cquests, one ol a serai-public character.. Ilis bequests arc St.. Augustin's parish lor the pur- chase ol an organ for the proposed new church Frances Griffin, sister of deceased, 55000. Ksther Freeman, wife oi Manfred Leaves Soulhem Alberta-- New Field Unknown .Special Officer Hughes, of His Maj- 'esty's Customs, has been- remorcd Inspector Lindsay and Supt. Wilson new duties' !or last mouth. bc-ins sentenced to a term where. Uiree months. ISonson" had not department else- Margaret Sophia Alice Mackod, wife of-N. T. JUeleod, S1500. Marv ICleanor. Smith, widow of Al- Ttiat the announcement rcceiv- tie.j INI Gil illcr motlier died seven years ago I step-mot her was not kind lo her. Slic I left home eighteen months ago, and went to Calgary where she worked in the London Cafe. There tempta- j lions beset her she wanted to have j money for nitre clothes she took thai Honors N. Y. Slates Ex diiion Requisition Concord. N.H., Nov. Covcrno Mr. E. H. Wilson, in ail ioterflsr? today, gave the' quietus to a. rumor that ho u'as withdrawing from the. mayoralty fight, A reporter, meeting Mr. Wilson, said: "It Is being rumored that you ara going to withdraw from the mayor, elty contest.- Is there any truth In the report" "Absolutely was the reply, "I have received promises of sup- port not only from many of our lead- t l. fnp OIllv J1UH1 IHBUJ Ul UUf lliiiU- j fatal step- Three ago, todar the requisition ine business and professional men, but 1 that Great-Falls was booming, she of c{ York for the ex- from residents in all parts ol the went there to find work as a' wait- tradition of Harry 1C. The city. Including StaffordvJlle, which, ress, but was unalile to do so. Slie case Is now tranrferred'to the Oj course. IB now part of the city, and met'liert William L'aison, whom she courts, where a will of habeas corpus had known slightly In Calgary. He pending tickets for herself and her. governor based-his decision on friend lo Lelhbrdge, and on arriving the indictment returned against Thaw heie, Carson tried, with some, sue- New York county, which charged i ceis, to lead hex into a I have no Intention ol "What ace the principal jjlauks in your platforml" "Well, the principal plank Is a pol- icy of the strictest economy In every Ur, Kevcil, ffovernment analyst, with (he shipment .of Mexican 'long-'' was the first "witness called'by the horns' to Southern Alhcrta, ranges, Cro-.vn at the afternoon session. He it is not slated where he will be linrt received Ihe cup nnd'bottle and stationed hercaMer. C examined bolh. The- cup was to, contain, and seeds resembling .those of" the raspberry. The crystals. in the cup contained a Grain and a half of strychnine. These crystals exhibited in In witness' opinion, several conditions i press word -was received of governed what might be a fatal the death at noon'nt'-Coutts of )mt a half grain has caused the death 1 51 iv H. collector of of an adult, and from a half grain to j customs. ]Ie was one of the R yrain and a half was considered best known men In the south! be nn average, K- on page r the and.Utc residue the estate goes to Mrs. Sherlock. As Ihe big Sherlock building'in the heart of th'e city is included in the estate, its value, will undoubtedly.: in; !crease very Mr- stone is solicitor for the BELIiNfiJHEWORLD.ONA What do you think of it? i his pennies, for he will liavo to fork A real selling Her-'over llmt J1000. The girls will teat him to 11. Tney are to travel around -Me on Ihe street. (hc paj. Stic doesn't Sho is work-. bj. scmng newspapers on Ihe-street Ing against old dad lime lo beat U i rcach Wlnnlpes again within Hirhardson, the noted Winnipeg Jour- nalist ami politician, out ot HOOD. Her narao is Miss livelyn ICvahs, Mlsc Maile Ross, 'anil Its un to Dob UM, 3rd son'to sum extravagances anil bany year. Evelyn blow into town yesterday anil Rot busy on the job last night. be on the Job again today. Jiuy a pa- per from her, and. help her win out In the race. -She has a schedule drawn and is living up to it. She vivacious and look Bill Eckfod Thought She Loyed Him Dearly But She Didn't Bill Kckford has liad the evidently had stingers, for poor bill ed fifty, wiih Ihe above re- This .upsets the action of tbe meet- ing-held on-Tuesday night, when it was decided: tt-at. the North Lelli- brulge -Voters', association would Dot plaoe-a: candidate In the field until after all candidates already announced had been-heard, and that when a man .was named he need not necessarily be a-resldcnt of North Th'e meeting last night WEB under Ihe'auspices of the Norlil Letbhrldee organization. Several nair.ea were meritioned. It vfas thought al first that a full Elite would be placed in the field, but after a long discussion, the conclusion was reached that one man only should be nominated, and that he concentrated In se- curing liis This assures a-fight for the com rrJssIonsrsMv of public utilities, Su nerintcudcnt Itcld and Aid. William son being r.uw in the field. Aid. Williamson was elected to th' courrcll two ywrs-Rjo, heing support Bert William Carson was the pris- oners name. The cua'fge against him was that lie "did unlawiully procure iladis and Gertrude -.Miller 6 come into Canada from Montana, for purposes of pros- in the last'night still tin- h" 6lc, and miserably weary of life in cornmlttce al the general. The first object of his affection was Mildred Gordon, a resident of the Ter- race. Hill v.-as coB'.plE'.ily gone on .itutlon, contrary to code of Canada, section 210, sutsec- .ion G." Carson got sis months -in .lie provincial jail. Rladis Madden, is.ir.ot right'name. She said she was ashaiii- ed to tell ths name wbjrli her er had given her. The story'reveals the method of the white slaver as probably no case ever heard before in has done. Carson is not a while slavrr. .He probably started out to do a EOod turn; At least so the court thought. Hut if he had carried the drama to its logical con- clusion, tlic chances. are that he would have continued iu the business. For that reason the sentence was only-six months, where it might have been five years. months to tUink it said the court in passing sentence. Be Sure and Attend Church To- Exchange of Pulpits her, and was going to reform hpr. So i ncES-llke, and took IMlibfldge In he. purchased the wedding" ring, and while her pal" Is recbvoririg from an an opal engagement ring, secured K Illness In Calgary.' Then it Is lo Van-' ma'rnasc license ordered a big couvcr and other coast cities, Thoy en dinner at one ot the down nrs graduates of Dryn Ala-wr, ar.rt be- holcls. hired an automobile, and set ivfcn them talk tour laneuagcs, oil in ladyship.- which should overcome most of the Mlidrcd pertcclly sol.sficd to re- llnguiBiEc drawbacks.- main ivhsre 3lie was. fonndHfc SLUMP IN OF CAUSED A MAJORITy loved London, Nov. 8. l.ir.lithgowsnirc ,her( IWy a Herald and-help .them ucnt al Q.lt ,0 (inj anoiher. him to it homo in the city four times, insist-' J un to valion of Alexander lire, the Scot-j lie 19 to the will be a general exchange of r1 hi are known as the evangelical churches and the city is .to be.grac.- cd oj- the presence or two outsiders, Corson went to Great Falls to" find both cnpable speakcri. Rev. Ales. Ks- 'er, (He noted minister of Grace Prea- .Pierian church. Calgary, will lw here, ir.d Her. W. F. of Edir.outon, secrclary of the Temperance ind Moral llcform association of -Al- -.erta. One of Ibe main gatherings will bo i m-eling lor men In the Y. M. C. A., when llev. Ales, ft.ler v.ill de- .Iver an address. He Is Ejid to an tloqiienl, fear- ppenker, and .the auditorium should be packed wllti men. j The programme for'the churches H. ns follows; Wesley Methodist W.! r GokU associate secretary Albirtl, Temperance and .Moral Helorm'ose> i elation. II-a.m.; nev. A. Ester, Cnl-. gary, 7.30 p.m. Knox A. Esler, Cal-: work about two ueefes ajo. He met During the pas tlic Madrfrn and .Miller iiirls an of the fire They were out of work. Tr.cy had south ffom Colgarf, and were homesick- They wanted to go hack. He had' money so lie purchased their tickets. TliCy arrived in Lctlibriilcc on Tues day nijhl, .1111! stayed at the Arling- ton. The girls went out locking for a ioh, ond thought they had o-.c land- ed at the International Cale. Hut the ciidtncc c! htith the .Klrli was 1 to the cfioct (.'arson wanted POPULAR to cauf-e we coufil mase thousands o.( dollars, that working' was too wanted tljcm lo stay in 1 bridge for or fou ma'ie enough nioncv lo to lo Kcrnip. Hiemsclves in .the under- (Continiicd on page on' improvements." it will; -but- certain moneys -can "ho spent and 'must, he. ipcnt, bat it can be done with'duo regard to-true economy. "bur water system badl7 needs at- tention and has done for you think of the way money has ne'jn spent" in oUicr directions and our water system neflected you admit it is fluilo time lh.8 city liad cfftr-ient mannsement 'A good and plentiful supply ot water is the most important thing for any city and we have got to put our system in good shape as soon possible." Pave 13th St. North "What other expenditures do you consider absolutely "The subway on 13tii street should be completed at.the .earliest possible dale and then in my opinion the city, should pave 13th street'from Third Avenue South, north i3 ratter hard to say just bow far norlli tie street should paved, but cer-" tsltily-it must Ije paved far enough to cent- the freight sheds. The fat- fie in that part of Ills cily will be very heavy nnd I thlrik it Is abso- lutely necessary that the street ho paved. 'Then again It is csssntlal have a thorousbiy sanitary city, and for Ibis re.isoti whenever practicable every house should have water and.: sewer connections." (Continued on TO SPEAK SUNDAY NIGHT resulted in the return of tf.c Uteri v vesterday with a greatly reduced fatty- Ex-MAYOR .Brigadier and Mrs. Hunter, sffiit years in India in. connection with the criminal 'classes, will ad- dress tho mectins! at tto H. A. Cita- del Sunday night. The brlgidicr will her ilau: liavc a thrilllns story to If 11. the total vote: J- W. Pratt, Alexander SENTENCE DAY IJS-.r.'M are the omcia, who mlttcil in court this morning that be. had never seen her previous to his "ai, first visit. Mother laid a charge ng-. fill! al the slalion for annoying ihle-r. with the result thai" he Mas apprehended. He Is not yet has lost the. chicken dinner, nobndy loves him. and ho had to pay n fine of aild cosls Ihls morning pa a ciarge- of ADAMS FOR gary, 11 moitiuti, 7--JV First Baptist-Rev. A. C. tlryan, ot I.elhbridge, II a.m. St, Andrew's prctbylttian (Nonh) MAYOfl -nov. J. H. T.ITI.: Rev. .0. 11. Cobbledlck, seat Vac Ubttals since 1895 with, the l.ouls writing li.url letters, two rnuiiths. Tony intent to mnrdce, twenty-five months dafini; from -ar- rest-' orderly conduct' lollo'.vine (51; 1300, 793 IBCri, 1310 (Jan.) 19VO (iltc.1 :Trtc at this A was tto reduced by was must ihp sW rclrini! cfitircly on the tonic rule .-Toni I. K rwAirp roni i iVjISb.EVELYM LVANS tnntdcr, He said he couldn't gel .rid ot the suspicion thai this girt wag meant fov .was ex-hallic and the him, b'jl he Is perfectly suro now that Kidrl, who fhe wasn't. He la over fifty, and ..Hie scat in the last h; will spend tho rest ot his lUo In i general election with-Mr; Ure, U so- Adams, an- nmmced today that he be a candidate for tho mayor- .ally. Ha has been pressed from so many directions In tho pasl two weeks for n decision to that effect that hu decided Ibi3 inornlrg lo allow his name.to He made his action to-Ihe Herald. Just at IhVlrtne'.of going to press. Kx-.Mayor Adam! needs 'e no inirorluctlqn to Hie single 1 licitor of U'thbrldge. bridge, "-3d pirn. 'I Fifth Avenue D. RosiJ a.m.; .Kov. J. B.'Frnn-l cis, I.JO p.m. -J Christian 0. H. Coll- blcdlck, 11 A! C. Bryan ".30 p.m. Weitmlnsler Methoditt Chiurcht- Elmer II. Orcen, bridge, If. J. B. 1'lckel, 7.30 p.m. Mass at 1.10 p.m., Rev. Ajex; Esler, Calsary. Tomorrow Is World's-, Temperance Sunday, and II Is lo be recognized' In Letbbrldge on a lilg scute, Thero REV. JOHN.OARBUTT V Who itatsd In 'coboufg advice" He had nothing to with regard to Irre cireun-.ltarices surround- ing the marrlaje of Aulj to Porls ReiJ, Mr. She certmony and will probably c til- ed upon to tettlfy as to the supposedly time ;