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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, October THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD STARTS TO-MORROW MPION "The Sale of the 'The Sale of -fc, Never before such prices on Jewellery, Watches, Cut Diamonds, Leather Goods, Umbrellas, Canes, Royal Crown Derby, Old Dutch, Doulton, Bohemian Glass, Art Pottery, Hammered Brass, gold- Flat JEWELLERY I f JLiJLiLiLjlY 1 Stripped of Profit Selling at Cost at a If you are personally interested in Rodgers 1847 get "Cham- prices-In if you have spoken tlie4rave in the old tones and asked her if she would wear a lonely Rock" on you say about a Carat and she, realizing the full significance of your of- fer and what it nieans to her and incidentally toydujsee that ihe joy is enhanced by a perfect stone, a rare first water your trust in "Champion" He'll tell you why girls leave home and a lot more ahout diamonds Find an hour tomorrow-it may prove a valuable hour. We'll tell ybu more about Ghampipn is and what he is hot. face ATWRGHT'S Coaldale Block ion Watch the Windows ion Lethbridge, Alta ion HEAVY DOCKET AT THE SUPREME COURT Murder Case is Now Being Heard by a Jury ?5 Several Cases Dropped A Plea of Guilty fall sittings of the Supremo 'Court started this morning in the Caledonian- Hall with Chie[ Justice Harvey presiding. The criminal dock- et is "a. very heavy one, there being case's called in the criminal docket and eight in the civil list. first case called was that ot Bpx. vs.. Strohl. The crown prosecu- tor: announced that no case would be against Strohl and the ac- cused, was accordingly discharged. The. same thing was done in the. case vs. Burnett, ot ing John Barden at. Royal View on July 10, occasioning bodily harm. His'plea was that he "had to do it1', which the judge considered as a plea of not guilty. Rex. vs. Ben Strangling Wolf. Ac- cused pleaded not. guilty of stealing a buckskin gelding near Barons on July 12. Rc.v. vs. George Nicholson. Accused pleaded not guilty of taking one Mav Wallace, being under twenty-one years of age from her next of kin, Sarah Butler, with the intent oi carnally of the court as to whether or not certain evidence which he had to of- -Wasil Chobotar was charged with knowing her. Ke elected to be tried ier was admissible. Because of the in.--. -F nr without a jury. douot' of thls evidence ocing admitted The stone, the judge said would probably be the beginning of next week before the civil docket ..would -be Court Avduld resume-af- ter Thanksgiving at three o'clock on Tuesday afternoon. Counsel Present Among the counsel 'present were'- C. F. P. Conybcare, K. <3., L. M. John- stone, H. Vv. Church, W. C. Ivcs, S. J. Shepherd, H. A-. J. Macdougall, R. A. Smith, J. J. Cameron, and J. R.-Palmer. The jurymen were called and all but one responded to their names. Murder Trial Started The murder trial was first taken. ated the following' were sworn in as jurrors: Charles Arthur Frayne, D. J. Whitney, "W: Rip ley, Andrew Ronney and B. B. Hoyt. In opening the case, crown prosecu- tor Conybearc impressed upon the jury the "solemnity of their duty, and said that the case would not be "a difficult one to decide. The case would largely rest upon the decision murder of Alex. Lazaruk at or "near Stafford Village on or about May through the interpreter, H. Goodman, pleaded not guilty. This is; the first murder trial to be held in for many years. Koschman, through an inter- preter, pleaded not guilty of assault- JNMRKETS Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg, Oct. opened 94, opened closed opened closed IM; .-December opened closed cash' close 1 Nor. 2 Nor. 3 Nor. 87; 2 white flax 2.41. Winnipeg Live Stock Winnipeg, Oct. at the Jocal stock yards today included Sll 10 calves and 4 hogs. This was the first, time in two weeks that total offerings were less than cue thousand head. Out of the SOD head only' about I'OO were offered for sale; 610 head were shipped in' direct from brooks. Alta._ A load of good export steers sold Monday afternoon, brought .li5 off cars "Winnipeg. Good butch- ers' steers sold from 5-1-60 'to while medium burchers cows and heliers ranged from S3 to ?3.70. Feed- ers, of which there were a Jarge num- ber, were composed mostly of year- lings and two-year-olds, the former bringing around ?3.50 and the latte" .THE EARLY LOVE of a child tends toward cake and good bread and Every is fond of our bread and cake be- cause it is 'PURE AND WHOLESOME and at the same time full of n.ut.ri-. ment that helps to build up Ihe little vs. Charles Hoover. The ac- cused pleaded guilty to damaging a horse, the property of Chas. Lee. of Raymond. A petition was presented signed by his neighbors, including Les asking [or leniency. Lee, called, said that "the horse had recovered and he was working it. Hoover explained that the horse had repeatedly got into his wheat field and he admitted doing wrong in taking the law into his own hands in the way he did. The judge considered the extenuating cir- cumstances and allowed him to EO on suspended sentence on his recog- nizance. Rex. vs. Baron was a similar case- he would not give an outline of evidence to be given as is usually done as he wished to avoid any ap- pearance of unfairness- Victim's Brother George Lazaruk, brother of the de- ceased, was called and the main j part of his evidence was giving the j statements made by his brother pre- vious to his death. There was con- siderable delay in getting the founda- tion ready for the admission of the _ evidence, and Dr. Ross was called be- j fore the evidence of on this j point was admitted. The-doctor told of having been called to attend the Kex. vs. Baron was a similar case, and described the wounds, i irom Sweet Valley and His Lordship! and thc causc of death as beinR fr0m settled it in the same. w.ay. yhock, fiuo lo lhe wound in the ah- i Rex. vs. Thos. Mclver. Accused was donu-n which could not have been in- j charged with trying to bribe a police', flu-led in any other way than by a j officer, Ernest Reid, to interfere with; bullet. He testified that Lazaruk the course of justice, namely bv al-j died about seven hours after being j lowing him to escape. He i .shot. City Ford St. Beside File Hall not guilty and elected to be. tried without a jury. Rex. vs. Patrick Egan. Egan is charged with shooting one William Stewart with intent, to do bodilv harin on Aug. 28. He pleaded "not guilty and elected to be tried .with- out a jury. vs. Clarence Walter Wilson and Edward Blair. They arc charged with having assaulted a' Chinaman, Wong Toy, and robbing him of 522. Blair admitted thc assault and both pleaded not guilty of the robbcrv charge and asked for a jury. Rex. vs. Walter Howard, oi ihe Blackfooi Reserve, accused of steal- ing horses near Cardston, .pleaded not guilty for a Mr. Conybearc asked what, should he done in the case oi Jas. Franks, who had failed to appear and whoso, bail has been estreated, and who is now living at. Grassy Lake. The court decided to issue n bench warrant. lii reply to ihe inquiry o1 Mr. -John- Tiir case tieing established thus far, uas and hr iold oil whai his brother had said which was I as M'uiws: "I went home and met I Cliohoiar hail way.' lie asked me in! English as bavp a language of our own. Choboiav started to shoot j at- me. 1 turn-.'d and ran back to No. H and fell in the" The pris- oner was Then to loaded up his revolver again. Deceased said _ he struck with a board, j saying. "Tf you are going to shoot j me" lo death.' f will mark you so that they can identify and then the! prisoner fired at him again. At the, j conclusion of Lazaruk's i-videni-e, the i court adjourned for lunch. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has become famous for its cures of coughs colds, croup and influenza. Try it 'when in need. It contains no harmful j substance and always gives prompt re-! tier. Mold by all druggists. HEARD ON ROUND ST. YESTERDAY: "I say. Bill, it this weather holds I'll be wanting good strong shoes for the whola family, and my family has 14 feet too. but I don't believe I have the price "How much have you got, "Only ''Say. come along with mo to the 'Crosby Shoe I'll pui yo.ii wise." This is what. James got: 1 pr. men's welted win- ter calf 1 pr. ladies' welted dong. bin............. 2.00 1 pr. boys' strong school shoes No. 1.75 1 pr. boys' sirong school shoes Xo. 1 pr. girls" strong school shoes No. 5 3.25 Two paii's leather for the twins Xo. 3... 1.00 A ii'llie over ilic estimate bui be go; the lot for wirh a box of blacking thrown in. The bigger your family the cheaper the shoes, at THE CROSBY S IT 0 E STORE 114 ROUND ST. PERCY CROSBY Prop, TO WIN S1ME IECLAREOWAR Denver, Oct. prediction-by a .National official] of labor unions that the buildings of their local newspapers who at present are on strike will. en- counter destruction before publishers win, electrified the Denver trades and labor assembly at a meeting yester- day. The speaker was Albert B. Kj-ietler, third vice-president of the international printing pressmen and assistant unions of North America, who appeared before the assembly asking aid in the strike. When he had finished a committee was appointed to investigate the situation. ACTIVITY IN ;AL iESTAIE "We arc about to rcnt'iv our activi- j ties in this city, an-d with this end in j I view nave engaged Mr. Neil McLach-! Ian as our Manager in this said A. Lonntjuist, of the Mason Company this morning. can sre that, the real estate move- ment is gradually assuming normal shape again and with every prospect of a big crop next year values arc Abound to go substantially higher than 'they are today. The fall wheat of the country to the south is in grand shape, and 1 was informed by a rancher on the train that the mois- ture was very