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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, October THE LETHBRTPGE DAILY 1TERALP Page 3 We have been appointed ngents for Loth- bridge and district The Security Trust Co. i rim'ttvA Limited OF CALGARY This company has unlimited funds to loan and has an Advisory Board in this so that loans can he out through with very little delay. F. C. Lowes Go. and Sole Agents SNAPS 3 lots. Duff Addition, close to school, on wa- ter and Easy Terms R. V GIBBONS 5 roomed 1 1-2 storey house on 3rd y.'with city water ancMight, all in splendid- shape; price cash, balance a month. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 536 PHONE 623 MONEY TO LOAN On improved farm lands and city property. CHEAP LOTS FOR SALE One lot In Duft Addition, on water and sower, f450; f25 cash, balance 115 per month. Two lots, Block 90. J525 each; terms. 73x125 feet on 2nd Avenue with J4000 house, hills-, modern, terms. THE c. B. BOWMAN; AGENCY Acsdfa Block. Phone 1M5. c o 904 8th St. Smith or B. II. MOTT 'Not Guilty" Was The Plea In The Criminal Gases FOR SALE That most desirable 7 roomed, fully modern bungalow, standing on two No. 631 13th St. South Westminster price Terms arranged. The H. MACBETH AGENCY A GOOD INVESTMENT "Look Into It" Two bliek cottases on corner ol Bartlett street and Reed street, revenue S7SO Der annum. Price Terms 13000 cash, balance four years. Wilkie Kerr INSURANCE AND COAL HULL BLOCK, Next, A.R, A Office.. (Continued from Front Piflt.) C. V. p.-Conybearc, K. C., Crown -Pro- editor will lake tho crown cases Murder Gate Begins .'llho first caao liikcn svua the murder rial of George Wbitford. Tho follow- us jury was empanelled: .1. J. 1. ilcattle, IJtincan Turner, K. E. Car- er, E. R. Hunt and L. F. Cornell. Mr. Conybearp reviewed the case to he jury OH It has already heon slven o the public through the -press, there jelng no new features of any import- nco In the address. The address mcuplcd only a few minutes. Mario Farol, a young Crue woman, old of seeing the murder committed, 'ho tent where she and her mother did little brother were living was close to the road below the traffic ridge. She saw Whltford and Thom- as driving wagons early on a Satur- lity'morning four years ago. Thomas vas whistling. A little later they COURT................. ARO icard men quarrelling and her mother ailed her and they took a straight :ut through the brush to the river vhere 'witness saw Whitford strike Thomas on tho bead once and saw I'homas fall down. She saw Wlilt- brd tie Thomas to tho back of the fitter's wagon and drag him to the After seeing this done, the wit- icsses were.afraid and ran back to their camp. Ijater they saw Whitford passing back with two teams and wagons. The next Monthly Whitford came to wit- ness' camp and visited them. He told them when asked where Tbomnp was, that he had owed a lot of monej n town and had skipped across the inc. She was afraid to tell about whal she had seen because yhe was afraif she would have to appear in court J'he first person to whom she hat mentioned the affair was May Lefran boise, a relative of Thomas. This was at Browning, Montana. At considerable lenglji the witness told of the differences'between the condition of the river -and the rivei bottom at the time of the murder llld when she saw it neM which at t.he lime of the preliminary heal- ing, nnd again when she saw it; yps tardily. The is much lower now as-the water was very nigh when the murder occurred. Cross-examined by Mr. Palmer, wit- ness said she had seen both ford and Thomas several times. Nut did not know them very well. Both of them visited tlie tent four days before the affair. Asked if she bad ever told Tommy Giles, a half breed, that she liked Thomas but did not like Whitford, she said she never bad. Counsel spent considerable time get- ting witness to .define exactly where the tent, the trails and the place of the affair'.were and where she was when she saw the men. Telling about Whitford striking Thomas, witness said that Whitford took Thomas' coat off as soon as he fell. Tlie witness1 was on tlie stand at adjournment. root of many of of MI uuouiit of' human ninety- Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, thoroughly tested hy over fifty of urne, hmve been proved tafe and certain cure for coiutipation and all kindred Try them. 25c.a box. CP.R, Loses In the Kipp Townsite Case (Continued I n tho meantime tho people iii the Icinlty arc suffering from hick of deiiuato sin-lion facllllles and In' Ihe eireral Interest the iruostion should o settled. Between the original lire- iosed location- at or near Ihojiah- lan properly, and. the -present" loca- lou of the site, as proposed by the nllwny, there is a instance of ap- iro.Vimately 3100 feet. I am of the ipinion that if the station were lo- uted somewhere near the road which liic track in a north and outh direction, about 1800 feet west if the proposed location, it would vnsoimbly serve the traffic of the district." (Signed) S. J. JIcLEAN. "1 agree." (Signed) J. P. MABEE. Ives Ball represented Hannon. Sketches Of The; New Ministers (Continued from Front Page.) .FOB IMMEDIATE SALE Street Soirth Fine' 5 roomed house, bath, water closet, electric turnaco. .Completely fenced; Ideal home for small family. Prico for cash, balance very terms. Apply PHONE 1M3 NEW OF MISSIONS Port Arthur, Out., Oct. Dr. h C Hurray, who has been .pastor of St Paul's Presbyterian Church here for eighteen hag resigned to become secretary of Presbyterian Home' Missions in Manitoba, with headquarters Winnipeg. He will leave here in about a month. iwnM bad are some o< the effects o< pen- aUpltiOL The mild, sensible, ralubhi remsdyji Thex conliin the I cmpOaa the boweli without the iHfhlMt discomfort and without Iha real of Ihe Constantly increased dMes are not neceaaary. HON. ROBT. ROGERS Mr. Rogers is a native of Ar.-jeri- teuil, Que., where he was born in ISIi-l. He was a general merchant at Obar- lovoix for 15 years. He contested Lisgar, Manitoba, in 1S9G, but was defeated. In 1839 ha was elected to the Manitoba Legislature and was ip-' pointed a member of the Executive Council la 1900, becoming minister of public works, which position h'a has since hcUi. He is a m-amber of the Cburch of England. He is a brother of'the late George Rogers, ex-mayor of Lelhiiridge.' HON. C. J. DOHERTY From Oct. ISni to Nov.'1906, Mr. Doherty was a judge of the Superior Court of Quebec. He entered po'litics in 190S, carry'ing St. Annes, Montreal. He is an Irish'Roman Catholic a-atl is 5fi years of ag'e. He is a native of Montreal, whore ho has always resid- ed. HON. THOS. W. CROTHERS The new minister of Labor is lawyer, practicing at St. Thomas, Out. lie was born at Northport, Prince Edward County In ISoO and was called to tire Bar fa 1SSO. For three years be was bend master of War-dsville High School. He wan married in 1883 to a daughter of the late Dr. Burns of St. Thomas. He was chairman .of tho Text Book Commission appointed i by the" Ontario government. H-e was an unsuccessfurcandidate for the On tario'Legislature in 1889. First elect- ed' to the HO.IISC of Commons In 190S. He is li .Methodist. HON. SAM HUOHES Col. Sam R8 years of age and a .native of Darlington, D.urham County. H'3 is a graduate of Toronto Unirarsily and laugbt in tho Toronto Collegiate Institute for a time. Ho the Lindsay Warder in 1SS7 and conducted it until 1807. Ho declined the position of d-aputy min- ister, of militia in 1891. He bus been an act'ive member of tho Canadian mllllla for years and he served In tha Soulh Afriuiin war. lie him been a member of Ihe House of Commons since 1802, lie is a prominent Or- angeman and a Methodist. His wife is a'daughter of the late H. W. Burk, y.x-M. 1'. for West Durham. HON. r. 0. MONK The new ariulster of Public Works wus horn in Montreal in 18SC, and is a son of the late .IiHlge Monk. 'His father was of English descent and his mother French. He is a lawyer and a professor of constitutional "law in Laval University. He was first elected to the House of Commons in 1S9G. He was at one time leader of the Conservative opposition in the Quebee Legislature. HON: f. COCHRANE .Since 1906 Mr. Cochrane has bran minister, of Lands ami Mines in the Ontario government. He represents Hudbury. He is a native of Clarence- ville, Quebec, where he was horn In 1852. He was engaged in the hard- ware business to Sudbury for many jvjars. He is a Methodist aim now resides Sn Toronto. HON. GEO. E. FOSTER Mr. Fostcr'was minister of Finance In the old Conservative government. He. has been in public HPe since 1SS2. Ho formerly sat for a New Brunswick E-eat biit latterly has represented North Toronto. He was on'a of the "nest of traitors'" In the Boweli ad- ministration. In early life he was a teacher in Maritime Province schools -ind universities'. H'3 was general manager of the-Union Trust Co. He is a temperance-advocate and a Free Christian-Baptist, HON...W. J. ROCHE Dr. Roche was born in Clandeboyw, Ont., in 1859. He'graduated in medi- cine in 1883 and removed to Minue- dosa, wliere since prac- ticed; He has'silt in tlie House of Commons since iS9d'. He is a prom- inent Oddfellow Grand Mas- ter of the Jlnhitbba Grand Lodge. He is. a member of the Cburch of Eng- land. HON. A. E. KEMP Mr. Kemp is a' 'wealthy Toronto manufacturer and represented Easl Toronto for several terms until 1908 when he was defeated, but be was re- elected in 1911- He (s. a native ol the Eastern Townships of Quebee and is a prominent Methodist. is a former president of tbe Canadian Manufacturers' Association. HON. G. H. PERLEY Mr. Perley was born in New Hamp- shire in 1857. He'is chief whip of the Conservative party and has sat in par- liament, since 1904. He_is wealthy, is a lumber merchant, a director ol tlie Bank of Ottawa, ex-president of ttie Rideaii Club, Ottawa, and a mem- ber of the Church of 'England. HON. J. A. LOUGHEED Senator. Lougheed is the Conserva- tive leader in the Senate. He is a barrister a-nd resides at Calsary. He was .born at Brampton, Ont., in 1S54 He is a Methodist and one of the largest property owners in Calgary. Bennett Claims G. W; Action is _Ultra Vires (Continued from front pagrt. on the points was .waived by Mr. ienuell and by Moss in seconding tho notion until the main argument, had jecn made. Justice Stewart reserved his deci- sion on the application: At the scs. sion the evidence .oi Kirkpairick, nanagcr of the Edmonton branch oi the Imperial Bank, was taken as to the refusal of the manager of the Hoyal Bank to cash a cheque lor six million drawn on the bank for the provincial treasurer, and presented by This was the only evi- dence offered by the plaintilis who based their case largely on the cx- liration of the statutes at the last session. Evidence lor Iho'detence was given by F. McMillan, manager of the Royal Bank M. .1. McLcod, cletk of tho executive council, and ex-Pre- mier Rutherford. This ended the evi- dence and argument will be proceeded with in the morning. Whichever way the case is decided there will be an appeal to the privy council. Bad-Raymond Dis- trict Very Short of Threshing Outfits (Continued Tom Front Pafle.) working .by -ilia Inishel, arrangements will 'be made to thresh the hpui or day. There must be machines in some of the districts havled o.iit tha could flit or sln'p to Raymond.' HURT (Continued from front page) (Continued from front page) the hill standing with the reins It hia haiid anil his face battered so that he could hardly s-ae. Joe Hevans go'ing to work on the Hicks thresh ing outfit tied up the unfortunate man's horse and brought him back to town in his buggy. Dr. Keillor was called and on examination he found the jaw broken In thrtte places, a deep cut on the chin, n scar above the eye and the face so swollen that nothing co.tvld -be done fill the su'olllug ba( been removed. The doctor motorec to Lethbridge in the afternoon for a special appliance with which to se the jaw, and everything possible wll be done to prevent facial deformity. A couple of teeth worn knocked out and others loosened so that they will have to ba removed. Mr. Seliuan Is being gh'an liquid nourishment, and Dr. Keillor reports that danger is now past. THE RELIGIONS OF THE NEW CABINET ASK FOR AMERICAN COAL Cardiff, Oct. have 'been invited by the Coal Ex- change in 'behalf of UK Egyptian state railways for forty thousand tons o! American coal. It is reported that thlg'ls Intended as an experiment to ascertain whether American coal :s a suitable substitute for the Welsh coal now used. THE NEW CABINET .BY PROVINCES Nova-Scotia, New Brunswick, .Manitoba, Saskatchewan, A1- Iwrta and British Columbia each get a cabinet minister. Ontario has seven ministers, Quebec has five ministers. IB colon ind for ill utf ti Said onlr in tiu Ricii-rB. kr Imperil! Vvuib Co.. Lid., Toroul. ISN'T there floor or other woodwork about your house that would look lots better if freshened up with a little good paint? You could do th. job rouiaalf with M-L Paint- in a you'd bt proud of, at a coat of a few ditnea. Foi every ctot'i worth of you'll ft doliar'i worth -of you are particular RECOIylMENDEB AND SOLD BY LATIMER HART, LETHBRIDGE. BURGLARY AT MEDICINE HAT Seven of the cabinet ministers aro Anglicans, five