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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta dhtMay, October 11, 101 I. THE LETHBKtMF DAILY HERALD Meal time brings delight when the biscuits have been made with BakingPowder A of Tariar Baking Powder Made from G Told of the Scene at the Grave from Frvnt Lumber From Across the Line (Continued from Front Page.) lo siiburbcin tunton in which >h had lu Assist in Echnuls it present, the could not P ess foi more thin i stated rale, vh th in (ho caic of Fenuc u is not Eufficieiit lo tiicctHhc cost of the fc-chnols and .-1hc' city administration Intf to meet the expense out or a general fuu.d Jhe ehauirrtii Ho" I lUson, frnllOiL-tlie attention''of the.city clerk 1o Hit fn t that owing to tin profits from the and light j hnls tho of Fermc could'show p lower, idle bj 10 per cent vlhan- inivfrother citv so' fiir visited hv the Cdnimission No serious objection to the poll cntcied one Messrs. and I phill thought thit this rUhei too hicb in tin case mil earning a minimum ifte. Mr." Pack thouglit-r that this tax EhmiM -be made'higher to those who iscipid othcL kind of tixition. M ''i of the C V P Co stat- The minister ol finance, -Hon. -Price Ellison ifler being waitid upon b> i the board of trade and having the in ittu of local issessor for the I emit district, appointed to rcsidL ind hold his office in laid before him nude i her huitianil 41 (appeared, b.ut lord iflfiiBud to lake It (bat IID worry.for her as Dim had lout httr husband: Ntver Invited Whitford Sin denied Inviting Whitford lo come to liter j.'iuce at but hor brother hud donu HO. Her brother asked her why she would not marry George ug he wns a good fel low, but she refused. Asked If brother had (old her that Georg-3 hfu told him that hu would not marry o) bet, she said she could not retnem her any such tiling. Referring to rhvj time George irakec Irer to leave her husband and go him, witness said that she told her husband and he said; "If you tiro crazy enough to do it perhaps George would want yon to." He treat'ad tho matter with Indifference. Whilford and. Thomas were like brothers and the former had got the latter his job and went security'for him at the store'BO that he could jet I groceries. Witu-ess denied having seen Rosa ind Marie Favel except in court. the "Sunday wlwii she went to the riv- er bottom she did not speak to anj of the halfhrewls there, not li-elng able to understand lliem. George took her to. sete where the team was found She saw the track of a wagon there. Saw the r'air Willie Favel, the little fourteen year-old son of Hose Favel, the Crt'o woman, was next called. He -jaid that ho was away fishing when Whit- ford and Thomas went down with tha wagon, but he saw Whitford come back with the two after 'he turned from the river. To Mr. Palmer he said he heard nothing about what Whitford did to 15 YEARS Fwtti toto M Still Inad ail Fonftfgi. Fci me, Thomas .until be heard it in the pre- hearing.' He heard his moth; ,o has jriouii to such ptoportions that racks. They had not told him what such an-officer is greatly- needed here, .they and not talked Another mittu brought fo tht the case to anyone, tent-ion of the two -caMnct ministers was that of tha proposed, removal Of the to VIson and after lis tciiiiig to the stitements made members 01 the liar and others Ihi Hon Gcntlemui promised iinmrdiafi. ittuifion to nutter Tolcgnins Alary Thomas, the fourteen-year-old daughter of the -deceased Victor Tbomas, In good English and a clear ladylike voice, replfea to the ijuts- tions of the counsel. She told now. her father was dressed the day .appeared. Site told .too ot f j Whitford had said wnen asked" ilptit ccommending ihc, the Thomas did not "ome to reconsider this proposed home. She IclfcJtified her fathers move sent to Premier McBudc Lawrence in Manitoba Cabinet (Continued from Front pointed minister of ogilcultuie In the steac! of Hoblin who hareto 'ore. held that office !ii ndilklon to iis premiers toe office rd that the 01 his company, minister of agriculture Pretriei Ukes the post of proUntfnl florets wjsnod lo iinKc i sfcate- the hoai'tl, hut not heing In toun lie will he nn oppor- H tu htfolf, Ihc Iiond ifc a 1 in spisiun it the coist ith flit, U'L on hnds met fioni hi fore iht, IIIIL M H I I GMbruth of Fort bung ont of those fivot- i continuation 01 i Hoblin leplncmg Hou James Hou ilen, nho lit tmn tlkts up tho mantle of ei-Attoinej General bell, who is non iron ,j direct successor tioots when shown her in court. To "Mr: .Palmer the llltta girl said that ;lier-'father and mother some times duarrelled but-never fought. She :had never heard her; father Uneaten to leave her mother: George is a and was good to her and the others.at the home: She fieard George tell her mother tliat her father's team had been found tied to a Tree and that the loaded with gravel and the ahovql 01 top of it- Marie Favel'i Evidence When court resumed after lunch yes- terday, Marie Favel continued J net evidence R. Valinnr, in reply lo questions by, J. counsel for the defence in the Whittord murder trial- -Witness Camp loW ol WhHfonl tta tar Robert tent wltt Thomas and her children. Wit- minuter of publ' .vorkE. The only two members of tl: hoard provincial government '.unaffected t the 'in test mot c of the pi inci political chessboard ai'3; Hon. G. R. miHition 01 i filial up- i Uoldwell and Hon.'Hugh Armstrong, rjn th s el of propel t 000 ni HID her put into the three pm mces nnn'dntth fo the cist of' Iht, mount in s during the piesent sea- son. WHn isVbd is to what reduction -Jug of education in-d the IaLter proMiicial treasurer as heretofore. The new minister; arrived in tli t-'ity afteniooiij jiroceeding j on nig arrnal to tile pai huiUlngs Kheic he was of fered tlva port folio of minister of ag rlcultiire which he accepted. A special'; audiencs has been aninged the IJeuten int D. C. Camerou. when ilra new meinber the cabinet will tuould bo pddL in thL taut, on sworn ln aa former minis ters in their new Mr, is and a na Mr Uuboisr- did not cue p bcfori. Todiil, hid jouitu1 ImporUtion til i( Ilionghl Uul somijliini! ".liotllil to rclicM such siru-tion to tin Uemuidous tive of Ontaiio He io i little is "oini, on and forty yearn ot age He first eutoied the Legislaam. In ISIIl He -byteriau ,.nd lues at Mrs. ness was not tallying to not say anything to Whitford about what, stie had seen the day before. Whitford said that Thomas had owed .much in town that lie had skipped across the'line Ten years ago she had seen Whit- ford when the faiwily was here, but hud not known him then. Pour years ago she find her mother were in Lcthbridge because her three brothers were working near here. She did .not tell -tho.brothers of the mur- der. Witnftss said she was was ti friend oi Mary- Lairambbisc, wlioui she told murder. On rc-nxainination by Mr. Conj bciU'R witness said she heard only on man's voice, which she thought wa Thomas. Then; was no fight as she saw-Wliiiford'hilling'Thomas Another Eye Witness Host1. Kcivcl, the moihui. oi tne pni CURED HIM 1 AVONDAI.KI N, B., Octolwr, ijth. "I have been a great sufferer from Indigestion for fifteen years. I was forced to myself jivich foods beans, meats, poiators and tea or coffee, the paitt two rears, I lived on porridge, btile hrearfj etc. I bad treatment from two doctors, and tried every 'kind of medicine, hut got worse. "Vinally.. I saw a testimonial of s "iMiit-a-tives" and concluded to give them a trial. I took nearly four boxes 4llfnjil-ft-tives" and they have made Die feel lite a new man. I can eat all kinils of hearty without suffering, and am RP longer constipated." LEMUEL A. W. BROWN. Miny people loolc oil as a miraculous medicine. It has Indeed performed what have seemed .like miraculous cures in hundreds of CRjics of chronic Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Constipation and Biliousness. is the only medicine in world made of fresh fruit juices and valuable tonics. 500. a box, 6 for Jia.fto, or trial size, 250. At all dealers or.from Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa, viiMts witness, was next called. 1'jr evidence 'was corroborative oi her duugh'tcr'ij; testimony. She saw Whit- ford. liit'Thomas twice with a stone an the hea'd', and saw Tliomas fall. Slie did hot see Whitford take Thom- as'- coat- off, hut did sec him tie to Thomas' neck and drag Mm into the river behind the wagon. WhiUord'Svas .seen onj Sunday and Monday at witness1 tent. S thought he came to see her daught who was.' not married then. The of dates, t' old.lady saying they did not lea Lelhbridgcv until the next spring a Icr rn.ur.der, while Hie daught shid within n montl She. said'Uoo, that she knew Whi foird sixteen years, ago, but .said si [lid noi-'Know how to count. In rep ;o the Delicate question as to hi "ilie said she was forty-one yea old, although she could not tell lionlh her ".birthday was. H TV a ilain tliat .she was twenty years ol Her'ide.i'of time was evident "cry the replies to tl questions askprt her. The. Wldow's'.'.Evlrience '-Mrs. Tliotnas, widow of Victor flu the alleged victim, was tli put in the'box. August LJIeier was used as inlerfri :cr, as the spoke Frenc! Vitness first met Whif.ford apo at Medicine Hat. Whitford live with (he Thomns family at the Ma L'licy came to Lclhhridgc togetlic ind stayed at No. 3. Both Whit ord ant! Thomas worked as teams -crs. Her. hushand disappeared tw Gorden Report! Offered as Basis of Settlement (Continued from Front Page.) weeks apter i came ip Lcthbmlgc ROBIN HOOD FLOOR On tlie .Saturday before Thomas dis ppeared Whitford asked her to Icav Thomas, as he was good for nothing nd wanted her fo go away with him She.-refused ttiis and would nn eave .her liusliand. the clothes Thoma: the time and his personal ap At, six o'clock Saturday morning I9U7, Whitford and Tho work, and Lhat is the last time sli mas jeft .tlui lionsc together to go I saw her husband. When Whilford re turned for dinner she. asked hin where .Thomas-- was ami he said hi was late. At supper he told hr Thomas' team was slow and go stuck. In the morning she aske< look for her hushand. When he came back lie said Thomas was with some halMireb.ds at-the, rivet- On Sunday afternoon, she told Whit- ford, to lonk for hor .husbaml and hc went to do so. He was away about two hours and said he could not find Inn? and no one had seen him. Slip was vrry much excited at the time At supper Whitford would not look at her or lalk to her, and .sin; got suspicious and said to him, yon have dcinl- anything to my husband, tlic good Lord will not. let anything go hy and will not let "yon go far.' Whiiiqrd .said nothing in reply. ..On Monday asked 'crd when ho was going fo work to look for Thomas again. She asked liim to report the disappearance of inr hushand lo MIR police on Sunday. Monitor noon, WinWord fold her that a rancher hnd told him that Thomas lad camped over night at his place. 'The Thursday Whilford moved .he Thomas family to a house in ..efhhridgc and stayed with thorn ,wo or three months. When her bro- -hcr came thc.y moved to another in Kcthbridgc. paid hp rent and household expenses, and aid he uoiild look after Ihem until it'r hrothrr rnnu1. that the.men were going back to work at antttulvHiica of per cant, afi round, :with the check-off discontin- ued. A-little Inter thfc; was dianucd to Ihie KtateniGiit por cent. the raise and tbtit the (.-heck-oiT. was loft for further; conHlderution. 'Hits lust statement was coupled with statement that President White was iuuisting upon ;i yettUjmoiit and would favor either ,of the above pro- positions. The meeting did not break up until Bfler two o'clock, and wlum the Her- ald representative saw Mr. White ho said that'there'was no definite pro- position laid before the miners. He thought, however, that sorie de- finite basis would -be arrived at which might be presented to the de- legates at ttoa lethbrldge convention tomorrow for their consideration. If the convention 8ho.nld arrive at a basis, It would then -be submitted to the man for "final; action. Mr. White did not wish to appear i favoring any proposition or op- posing. It. He- wan here in an en- tO'get-the two parties to the dispute together In an effort to bring1 about some, acceiituule settlement, but it was for the men who had to work .under such an agreement to say whether tivey would accept or reject it. i There had .been no definite proposi- tion submitted by either side nut he that tomorrow's convention would result tangible ilong the lines which would prov-a acceptable to both sides of the con- troversy. Mr. White delivered a long and most exhaustive speech at the me-at- ng, which, judging from the com-, men is of .many who heard him, was a most able presentation of the work- ingman's problems, jtmd his remarks MUST JIB THE HIT OK THE Owing to hundreds of being unable to gain admlHance the Emoroas Theatre, CalKarv, the manaeoment there have at- to hold over the Cowboy end indKin Fiontler Celebrftlion Pictures two tlavs more. OUK UATKH IIAVi: BliJDN CHANGED TO F1UDAY SATURDAY do not wish to disappoint our many pn-irons today and tomorrow, and hiivu therefore secured a program of all WAKD OF UNCLE HAM A thrill, a heart throb, n tear, and a smile. SCHOOL MA'AM'N COUKAGE in story nnd. that is original and calls for a; heartv lauuh. VANDYKE'S LOVE STORY Colored Drama. Cowboy uiid'IiMiiiin Frontier CelebKition Run Trains Through {Continued from front it aftecting their traffic i- i is aiti.icLmg a lot of attention tiit norths eitorn states, and itlK' !'lirlv from lierc ftl11 be bv golug Ilom Mon_ tana. It be one of i the finest excursions ever run through .that sec- tion of the country, and the Lcthbiuigc will get a great deal of the coal and coke 'business to Great i excellent advertising .from .the Falls, Biit-te and otlici Montana cit-.Tlie Cheat Northern will j spc- ies consitliirahly, and he glad to cial representative on the train and a lliv He hoped that there would be were received with much favor by the large audience present. To handle such a delicate situation with tact' and jndgnieal Is not an easy ta-ik, but H is evident that some progress has heon made in the direc- tion1 of a. settlement during -the 'iast two wackB, ari-d hope is growing stron- ger every day that the end of hos- tilities last, arrived. Three delegates ,to the Lethbridge convention were elected, D. Reea, late secretary of Gladstone pinion, D. Paton and George ijinn, being the man named. President White arid the district of- ficers will In' 'Lethbrldge tomor- row, and it is expected that a full all the locals of the district will be In attendance. a at date.' The possible will he done the comfort of the Mr. Taylor has recently been made" smellers at Great been general superintendent of. the Great shipping in from'Colorado since'Northern Railw.u with head'uuuteuj the strike but Mr Tujlor CJnat F.ills, .ind is m the opinion that there will be of this part of America will oiit- fic back to its old lines vhen a sel- strip all others in a feu jears He reached, and the Alberta said that he could make no staiicnvjut SEEBORDFNAS TO TARIFF REFORM mines' are working again The crops throughout 'Montana, lie says, have been very good this sum- mer. Wheat will soon form one of their staple products, and the ac'ue- fif wheat in Montana will be donbk-d next A large amount of land lias been seeded, to winter wheat in Montana this Call, and this crop is expected .to outrank all oth- ers next year. "The Colorado': -Springs -special} wljich leaves I othhridge on Saturdni regarding any proposed Great North- ern lines into that intorma- tion coming from (ho construction ilcp- MAYOR EVANS TO RETIRE Winnipeg, Oct. Evans announces that he will not be a can- didate Cor re-election. London, ratepayers will .Vote in Jan- uary on -the question-of. adopting the commission form of government London, Oct. acknowledging L resolution the city of London JonBervativo Association, Joscpb Chamberlain writes: "The recent de- cision in Canada Is of the utmost im- portance. Her action at. this crisis j deserves som'J ncknouledgjuent at our hands." William P. for Worces- :er, is going to Canada, says the .Man- the-jter" Guardian, and intends inter- 'iewiug Bordeu, with tha dea of b'ciug able to obtain an offi- cial prononncement useful to tariff 'cformers. comments the Guar- I'ian, "Is thus to be. discussed, partly s preferance, with the Can- dlan. elections ass -the great object esson. Hitherto Borden has not. said word, .and there KJ no reason to uppose that government in- cnds lowering Canadian tariffs to ilease our Chamberla'inHes." POSSIBLE WENTWORTH CANDIDATES HHinilton, Oct. is announced n Dundas that WIKism Lawson, es- or and reeve of.DiindPS, nd warden of tl.y county of Went- will he Conservative i th-a coming provincial election 'in sTorth Wentwdrth .ivholher it be a ye-election or jfennral. ft is also i ilk 'on the stt'aeta of Dundas that' ohn W. also as ex-mayor, ill run as Jin iudcpeudenl Conser- Ttlve. Liberals "have confidence in icir .ability to-elect Dr. McQueen. DR. TROW DEAD Toronto, Oct. Charles row, sp'Scialiat -in onr and tlironl senses, d'ied of1 heart failure. Mis ther at one time the Libcrnl j hip. During Iliis tiiiT Whilford tried to like' love ui her and told her IIP ovrii her Hr did nol do so before L-r luislifind .disanirenrcd Rxcflft" 'to Licr.lu no with U4fc TWEEDIE RIUEY IN GLEICHEN Calgary, Oct. M. Twoedi'e, a prominent lawyer of this city anil president of the Conservative association, was. unan'Jmoiialy chosen ns the parly candidate for the, bye-etecllon. for Gleichcn, Mnrold Riley won out by a narrow majority over .Ihs. Sliouldlcs, a former Conservative candidate. Hiley if? a hrolhar of K. 11. ili'icy, P. and was formerly deputy provincial secrctnry- Coronation Acreage! The chance of n life lime in get direct from the owner at a Price fit lor Sub-division, Jjoolv at the map and you will find that the TOWN OF CORONATION IS A DIVISIONAL POINT u number of branch lines running into the Richest Bcs( Fanning Coun-