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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TJII: DAILY HKRALD October 25. Before Leaving The Congress See The Stewart Sheaf Loader -'A machine "ilmi. and Siooks Flax ami Hay. in or cock. W. liiichauan of (.Wley. Alia., says "I't doos llio bolter Hum men ami saves me from Si'O 10 per OIL iho KkhUmioii (i rounds. _ The Stewart Sheaf Loader Company, Winnipeg MANSLAUGHTER .WAS VERDICT I -r" iiliat his wife would'havr to appear 'in t'ourt unless he the i admissions which proved .such an im fur the DEFENDANT IN EUSON MURDERj TRIAL PLEADS MENTAL WEAK- I NES6 SUPERINDUCED BY DRINK Nelson, 8.'C., Oct. of in.inslall.slllpr. was the verdict brought in bv till' jury late this even- ing in tbe Albert I'- liilsom murder thai alter ilrliberatinns lasting three hours and ;17 minutes. Sentence is reserved. Hy 'throwing aside what ppcted to dt'Veilip into a plea of saniir. the .lefence. this morning, when .lustice Uregory ruled that the rotilession made' hy Balsoin to ex- Sergl.- Ellis appar- enlh- pinneil ils hopes' io a vcrdicl on t.hc-lesser coiinl. The. Jefencc based its claim on llie contcnUtm that Halsoiu killed Ihe two men, lie did BO v.hile driink- Going into the box, Bulsoin. who is a graduate' oi Tntro, I'ornwall, KII'R- lanil; -Mining school, told a[ a blow which he received while in Bolivia, an.l -vvliich in conjinuetion -with an at- tack of meningitis when and hereditary influences tending to lii- vanily. according; lo medical testi- mony .from England and by Dr. W. H. of, Nelson, tended to cause him to upuume violent anil uni-on- scioiiE ol his jiclioH.s or their oiiect if under the iuflnence oi liijtior. He declared lhat lie had many drinks on the and night previous to the shooting, on Dec. 23 last, in which Caleb Ration and .lolm LeTual were slain, tlnil ho rememhpr- nrl nothing ifl the affair except that some, time dNring the niglit he >as in the. saloon hreakintr bright pieces of me.tpal oR ihe. safe with an axe and thai lie saw a policeuiin just before collapsing when Ilie crime dis- covered. Ife elaimpd that he was influenced in making the confession by ex-Sergt. Rllis, gave him Ihe impression NATIONAL ISSUE JNONTARIO FRENCH CANADIANS REBEL AT THE EI-LINGUAL REGULA- TIONS FOR SCHOOLS 1 Oct. -much ilis- etissiun' iiiiii a number of ohjections llie part vl speaking trus- tees tlie -Sepuriiti: .m-lioul 'board at a special. meeting held io- i passt'd :i icdohuioH a.sking tin- loniarto government- lo fiiiorcc tlie new bilingual iniiil i the minister nf had icteiv- cd a dt'iHitnnon nf iniercsii'd school 1 hoards "at Turoiiib. Four j speaking niKinbers of tlir 'board ve- lusrd to vote on the resolution which i was favored by all tlir remainder. j tliR Kiiglish j.tees went back on Un1 stand .Uicy ;took at- the meeting .last night ii resolution lavijriug injii-inirrfcrent-V 1 in the bilingual school agitation I adopted-. -tHheis semied pncvcil at i Trustee Gencst's statemeni that -'pdueaitM frislr supponecl the French cause. At the outset i when llie communication from the On- ;1ariu deuartmeni oi" educaiion wan nruiiglil up through Tvustre (ieiicst, who is the spokesman for the French 1 trustees, he stated that the resnl.ition was illpgal. "N'o Catholic ni-pri apply." "The. arc in the hands of i Whitney and I'yne and it is .your lault if they plan.1 them around your .Trustef shouted. Trustee was nsked to witli- a resolution of tlie Knglish {trustees, and said he was wilting to do so if the Krench section would withdraw its original motion of pro- test. GEORGE GORDON, ex-M.P. i Who gsve up his seat for the Hon. j Frank Cochrane, Minister of .Railways, i and has now been appointed to the Senate "Hens will grow leclh-before .1 will" assi-rled-Mr.'Cipiiesi. On a vote being taken lour of the JKng'Iisli trustees refused to vote and 'ihe fftoiest- jnotion. .adopted. A deputation will sio to Toronto as soon as ihe .minister of education j gives them ,uu appointment. New Westminster is Sure :to -Be Great Metropolis Xevv Westminster as the greatest Kresh Water I'jeiiie port, and the Al- beruin grain terminal oi tho future., is Uie tople Q{ which .Mr. A K, Kas- ton, delegate to Dry- Kamiing Congress from New West- minster, 11. C., likes to talk, lie rep- resents tho tteslminstt'r rro- 1 givssive association, ami in the ab- KI-IKT .of Mr. Shiart Waile. the rity publicity commissioner, who is; ile- tained in the interior of the province, he is acting for Uie city otlk-ials also. Jn the course oi conversation 'lie expressed himself as very much i lieUghtt'd with l.eihbridge'.s Ureat inry-Karming, Congress. "The exhibits are wonderful iiJ'cal creilit is due the management for the way i which" they have :titrack-d exhibits 'Irom all over ibe world. The.cause of dry-fanning will surely have been forwarded a" long-way In this won- derful exhibition'.'" Mr. Kaston went mi to say that in his'district of and the Fraser ganlers of the was no need of drv-iiU'in- ing methods'and he .e.ipiiiiaied" ;o'n the wonderful, fertility of the Fcaser Valley oV wliien: New' Westminster .is thu uinrkct "aitf. commercial centre. lie' the potato ex- hibit, which woji ihe Stilrwcll trophy in competition witli the whole; Am- erican continent at New York last year, were grown in the district sur- f rounding this Ueatiniir-ui unturned Mr. 1 ision is tnioun., ut mother year oi reit mil tin steady progress of the last' three years prom- ises a still piospirt tor 1913. To to date the bu Mint; records show for the last nine months, as compared with the corresponding; period of 1911, and in this respect-the city stands twelfth in Canada. .Kew Westminster is also a great industrial centre with an out- put of and an annual [payroll of These figures 'place her third among the i-ities of Western Canada, Vancouver ami Win- nipeg being ihe only two ahead of her." However, it was of New Weslinjn- ster as a area I exporting port that JiMr. Mas ton was eager to speak. He spoke enthusiastically of the vast scheme of harbor improvements which had been drawn up by the city and generally approved by the govern- ments and .expe.rLs at Ottawa and i Victoria. I'iVfey when these are completed we, will have a liner har.- i'oi; at New: Westminster, on the Fra- !ser river Uuiti'exists anywhere else on 'the Pacific Coast, and one that is capable of developing into a second Antwerp, of the Euro- ll can continent." 'This may sound like tall talking, buf. when you remember that (lie Fraser river is one half a mile broad and tlir channel of an av- deptli 6TJ35 to.. -10 feet at low water all-the upjrom the mouth GARLAND IS THE MAN Ottawa, F. W. Garjand. of Ottawa, WHS the choice of ihe aasooiation of the county ol" Carleton, whirii mei in con. i veiltiou at Slittsvilie. today, to ajj- point. ;i suecessor-io coniesi. Uie'Hcliifg i for tlie Federal seat, made vacant by rim death ot Edward Kidd. It is likely ihe nominaiian will mean an ne- iilaiiKiiiou, b'jt'ause the Liberals have not yd held a convemiou. Alderman Garland was made the I choice on tlie first bJilloc. the vote [standing: Garland, 1.53; K. ilax.fldfiiii. A. L. Swan, and Sir .lames Grant. Ottawa, nothing. TO FARMERS! The New Munro-Watson Weeder and Mulcher For-full particulars write to Munro Steel and Wire Works, Ltd. Graham Avenue, Winnipeg oi the-Kraser, anil 73 feet under West', 37 feel at high tide, and it will he average depth along the mile inster Hridge, yon will see it is the same depth all the way civic owned waterfront is abou ossible for our" expectations not to [up to Niw Westminster, where the Meet at the present moment." miles nf t 40 pOSSlOie I Ol" Oil! nuu.i um. i VP come true, especially us Ihe vast stretches'of level land on the river banks lend themselves in a peculiar way to development as a port and railway terminal. Three railway's al- ready-parallel Uie river front in the 'There is no longer any real diflt- euHy or danger at the Kamiheads at the Gulf of Georgia, for today there is 2t> feet of water at ordinary high tide as the result of a year's drcdg- g by, the anil the river easily navigable by steamers drawing between 23 and 21 feet oi j ivater. Tlie delta entrance to the riv- i sr the Gulf of Georgia will soon bo I joniined to narrower bounds, for the j Dominion government is pledget! to carry out the Westminster Board of Trade "LeBaron Scheme" of which .he first 0900 feet of jetty is almost :ompletcd today at a cosl of 100. Before the entire work, is linish- ed'it will have cost about This workiwill, it is estimated, give feet over, 'the 'bar at low tide' and Western 1216-1224 First Ave., S. Letkbridge, Alberta ESTABLISHED 1891 INSIDE PROPERTY FOR SALE Lota-16-17, Block 12, (spiir-lrimk) One-quarter (iash, balance in 1( 2, and ;i years, with interest, Ulocs ad joining new1 post 1 office, flft.doij o-nc-quarter cusli, balance in 1, 2 and 3 years with Lots 12-.13, Hlock S. one block south of stiition. wiih fully modern roomed hoiiKti, I'ricc cash, balance I ami years. Lots 5-G, Hlock S, Duff, 1.102 x renldentlal site (corner i Pricp cash, balance one-third ccali, balanci; and months. RESIDENTIAL AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY. Ioi9 en liloc, clone in; SlO.nOO; one-quarter rfli, buluncti 1, i, and yesira wit.h 5-ucre block-ft running from lo block, easy terms. Good liuildhig IOLK Ttli ;tnd Sill Avenues ai S700 each; -lerms, oiiotfilrd c-tah, balanet- in i> and .11! momlis. Acre lot. Block T. price Oiip-lhinl cusii, Iiulance in (i, :tnd lli muiiihs. Comer lots on Car on Ave. Your for per lot. Terms one-third cash, bal-.. ance 6 and 12 months. Several good residences for' sale with very easy terms. 'PA Oiifc-tnmrier section five miles from Lelhbridge at ?1S per acre. Terms. J.A1V1M L fencL'd wHb house bam. One-qunrter section (nlly improved W -miles east of l.'hninpiou; with good woll. Price 01- tcrnis ca'n'be v ,i ij> One-half seciion two milts east of per acre. Splendid farming land. lOasy I. tenny. IS miles from LethhridKft. SIV-A P One-half'section lying" eight nifles souih of JIIO.OO per acre. Knsy 'terms. property for sale, land ranging from per acre up, 160 acres farm land, Jill fenced, small house nnd good water; 9 miles from station and elevator, per acre, payments spread over five years. C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY ACADIA BLOCK, 612-3rd Ave. Lcthbridcie References: Union Bank of Cdnada. AV'irb Bopes. Wolf Fill t'et.y Co.: Lid. Anvils (Peter Wright) V'ices Cunl 'Drills A ngiirs. Jjeiither Helling Hiihher Canvas and Knhher Thresher Bells Knhber Hose HfihbiM: Melal Bi-iitiiceCJoth. Bolls Wire Woven Wire. Fence Wire Mine Track Kails Ac- cessories. Explosives Pipe Pipe .Fittings Blacksmiths' Blowers and .Forges. Gasoline, Kerosene. Lnlirica.ting Oils find Greases ".Rainhow Brand" Ready Mixed Paints etc. Wholesale Importers and jobbers Railway, Mine, Mill, Contractors' and Blacksmiths' Supplies Prompt Deliveries Guaranteed Miners' "Lip-Eye" Picks. Miners' "JIanly Picks ,-ind HiUidlcs. f'onienl'. VVoofl-'Pihrc Plnsior Fife Brii'k. "'Hainiucr 'Teorlcss'' lloui'- ing. .Wagon Blai-ksiniih [Innil 'Tools Bar Iron Steel Tlorse iSlioes Slip" Horse. Shoes and Accessories. Valves "Ponhertliy" Ore, Gups Grease Cocks. Etc. Wheel'-Barrows Scrapers Shovels Well Casing Manilla .Rone, ITowser Laid .Manilla Well-Drilling (Jahle 'Par l.'aper. Plain iSniiding I'aper. ;