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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, JOJ1. TJTE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PmgeS Italy Seeks Jerusalem as ito ope disap- wont anything to do with the disappearance of Victor Thomas. Crown Cross-Examiner To Mr. Conybeare, Wliitford re- viewed tiro case. Counsel asked him if he remembered uaylng at the cor- He remembered Thomas inniieat that tho man that, was ling his boots like those shown in him was Charlie Taylor, court. lie saw him start to do .11., saij that Taylor was not just a-3 witness was starting to go to j aml ivas working t Salvation Army meeting on Sunday Transtcr company. Ho dc- heimiu nor hear no He worked until August 1 for Long Mr. Conybeare read from the ,11- inc of him An Kngll.hinaii, who Hros., who bouBht out the W.Mtem quest evidence that Whitford had sad n shack nearby, came to Transfer Co., and then worked for a that a man named was w 1, ,t inin had not noticed farmer until October, when he went him in the afternoon of Oct. 2 lie guskaichewan to thresh. -Joe denied knowing'a man named Sox- Thomas in particular among the sever Into Snsacewan "oS who hnd around. Farento had.k.cpt writing to. him lo ton .nd did nol ta.. th.t j. Thom-W wagon was loaded. After como visit him ever since hc went died in the hrapltal a shoit tlnio..l.e lome with Mrs. Thomas In April, ami. he nnd the Bngllanm.n had got ter lome w rs. tint on, he tied Thomas' Warn be- he thought ho rnn up ttara for He said that the halfbreed t u his wagon, and tho Englhhm.n a while, .when ,hc sot as (far an with Thoraa. tion of the halfbreed. At the incinest Whitfoixl said that he knew Thomas and his wife were happy and in explanation said that Thomas sfremed happy when with him. Asked it he was n man, Whitford said he was not. Mr. Cony- beare then showed him a letter writ- ten by a woman who claims to be his wife, claiming that he had de- serted her. Mr. Conybeare had a photograph supposed to be Whitford and his wife and child. Whitford ad- mitted having'had some kind of cere- mo-ny .before a justice of the peace but did not consider he was married. He'admitted that he was the man in the photograph and that the woman was the one he had been living ;with and had gone through the ceremony H'a did jiot know whether the child was born at uie time of'the ceremony or not. Two children were born before that time. Whltford's Evidence Cloied The evidence of Whitford closed Fa. the case for.the defence. The crown not "alletl J' D' mSinl'othanJ, who was the coroner tliat conducted the iu- q utest on Thomas' body. He said that he had written the deposition of Whit- ford and swore-positively that AVhit- ford made his mark after he had read over the deposition to him. To Mr. Palmer he said that he in- variably read thte deposition over to the witness. He admitted that he. was not infallible and might make a raratako In taking down evidence. At the suggestion of tho chief jus- tice, Mr. Higinhotham read the depo- sition through. The defence having .unexpectedly come across another the court gave permission to, receive his evidence. Ho was John Tuft, a team- ster, who worked for the Western Transfer Co. in Oct. 1907. He knew young Englishman who went by tlie name of "Pull-up." He did not know .his full name'except that It was "frank." To Mr. Coiiyboaro recalled the name was Frank Sexton and ho died during the following win- ir. Mr. Palmer Addresses Jury At.a quarter to twelve thtt evidence was all in and Mr. Palmer started his address to tho Jury. He called the attention of the Jury lo the faot that it is four years dnce the crime took place which is lo hnve hnd eyc-wltnousos, yot Halting was Ireard of it until a few tgo. Ho dwelt also upon the of the body solely ky the clothes. Tho body_was not Identified, and eminent legal'atithovlty says that a conviction for mnnter should, not be nude-with- rout the production, of 'the -body. -iTr. Palmer.then.took discrepancies in crown case. Detective Egan's statement that there was no handker- chief thte neck of body, while othena there was, and; B. C. Moore was cot sure. As to the boots, Mrs. Thomas said they were old, while the little girl said they were ntew. Rose Favel eairt boy-'wag at the tent when ,cafled Marie to see the nten who wene talking. The little >boy says lie was away fi thine at tne time. The old lady and the young one who contradicted each other regarding way they .vent to whtsre the men were talking. MOROCCO NEGOTIATIONS NOT CONCLUDED Paris, Oct. The France-German negotiations on tire Moroccan. q.ues- tion'are not yet concluded and It ia understood that tttt government which is anxiou-3 to have them ter- minated before, the reassembling- of par] him en t has decided to postpone the opening of- parliament from Oct. 24 to Oct.. 31 or even to Nov.1 7. It stated that the cabinet- today dis- cussed the territorial concessions in the Congo which should' -be accorded Germany In return for a return. port in Mprocco. Quickly-or Money Back Th. (gnat Coirah Vau Enr Used. Funlly Supply for BOo. You C2. Ten tarn newr owl anything whM hold a tad cough and conqoari it K> quickly Congh Bjrup. GivM almost Instant reliof most obstinate, deep-seated oongh IQ; M honrB. Guaranteed to give prompt and positive results eren in croup and whoop- Ing cough. a highly eoTKra- trnted compound )f Norway Wnne Pine oitract, rich in gilamcol and other healintf pine elements. A 60-ocnb bottla makes 19 on noenr-a family the test cough l-einody that money cm buy, at a Having Simply mix with home-mnde sugar syrup or strained honey, lu a 10-oz. bottle, it is ready for use. Easily prepared la S In package. Children like I'inei Cough tastes good, and is a prompt, wfe remedy for old or young. Sthnulotcu tho appetlta ii slightly good [na- tures. A handy houMhold uiedieiiM for hoarseness, bronohltis, ami uniuraally effective for incipient UiM iu more houM in IMlJ. S. and Ccnate than at? ether oongk remedy. Plnex DM often been Imitated, rmtnerer cucoeMf ully, for nothing olio will the mmo The it (roann- leed to EiveabfiolutoKitlifaoltaiorinoner rclnnded. of onftnuiteu w manpeil In each pHckaRt, Tour kuPlnrxorvIlUkdlyjitltfornn. It not, to Tio Am (ft., ;