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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIimUlAt'fi' WATLY IfEKAlA) CANADIAN Annual Eastern '-X. KAIL FAKES In connect ion with Trans-Atlantic Tickets Round trip rale from Lethbridge to Montreal, to St. John DATES Olf SALE Nov. 7., Dec-. :J1., 1012 Return limit i months from ot lljBUO Liberal extension prlvtlCKes For fnitlior information, rail and Steamship Tickets, apply to S. B. Mitchell, Ticket Agent, Lethbridge, or to R. G. McNEILLIE, Dist. Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alta. October 28th 1912 PARK and ONE-THIRD .Foi1 tiic Ijouiul Trip Between all stations PL Arthiii1 to Vancouver including branches Going- Dales, Oct. 25-28, Refou-ii Limit, Oct. 30, '12 For tickets applv to .Local Ticket Agent, B. G. McNEILLIE DlBtrfct Passenger Agent, CALGARY, ALTA. To correeiiond with someone; who hjia about for a good investment. ADDRESS BOX 32, HERALD. BECKER FOUND GUILTY IN THE FIRST DEGREE Jury Unanimous After ignt Hours Consider- ation--To Appeal Eight Justice (itjil instructed flip clerk to the (idi-mlanl's peillerpf. llwker iiiu'slions in a low. m'-tiiing further lo say." District Attorney Whitman return- ed to his ofllce as svon us court pro- ceedings wore ovwi'. "I prefer lo say Jut said when asked for an expression on the verdict. "Tho ver- dict speaks lor was his only comment, Mr. Whitman said tlw trial of the remaining prisoners in the .HusL-ntlml case will he called in order to lie de- couple separated. As Hiwlter walked towards the entrance to the of Sighs, he smiled back at his wile, hut she suddenly threw tier hands to her face and staggered into the arms ol her women companions. They half carried her to a waiting taxieuh. Hecker soon was In his cell in the tombs. Decker's conviction comes exactly 1UO days, almost to HIP hour, after the murder of Koaentbal. It WM in firm the Voice. A court questions to cided on later. All the, prisoners were; the early morning hours of July !6 ollicer brought indicted with Hecker ami have nuked that the "squealing gambler" ten on a slip of paper, and ai prisoner read them to himself he re- plied "Forty-two years ho said. .American citizen, horn in Germany; writ" for separate trial. The trial of Phil- Xew York, Oct. Charles Hecker, was found guilty a33fl Auiiulum Lieuten- follow Davidson to trial. night of murder in the iirst deyrei1 by tallt of Police'; married Protestant Hit; jury which has bn-n trylun him mother living; habits temperate; for instigating the of Herman never' convicted before." .shot to deatii in front of the Hotel ip Davidson, charged with the mur- Metropole. On July 21 the (Jrand der of Jack Xeillg, the Kast Side Jury took up the case; on the 29th gang leader, will begin next Wcdneu-jH indicted Kecki-i' on Aug. 5th he day, but Mr. Whitman was undecid-1 was arraigned and pleaded not guilty; cd which of the.other prisoners would on Aug. 20 he was re-indicted. His 1 trial was set. for Sept. 21, hut a stay Met His Wife Before .Mrs. He'.ker was ta'kvn to When Becker's voice died away Mr. Uosenthal, the gambler. The verdict was "Murder, iu the first degree" and Mclnlyre, who had covered his face was pronounced exactly at midnight, with his hands as the verdict was .her home she was allowed to see her husband in the sin-rill's room in the building. As she entered the door her husband clasped her in his arms. i Mrs. Decker hurst, into tears and flecker tried to calm her. She clung to. him for more than- a minute and then two women compan- ions touched her, but she dirt not move. Becker kissed her again And again, and finally whispered somc- i thing'to her. j "It will come out all he Isaid. Finally Mrs. Hecker stepped back ami with a parting kiss, the I was granted until Oct. 7 by Supreme Court Justice Bischoff to enable a commission to take testimony at Hot Spring, Ark. On Oct. 7th the trial began, It lasted seventeen days. Ninety-eight witnesses testified their testimony was placed on type- written pages. Was Some Crop Forty-seven bushels to the acre was th-e record for 540 acres cf 'wheat on the farm of Thomas Joplin, half way between Champion and Carmangay. It wag a great yield ami grades num- ber one. TABER TABER Intending Iiu'efrtoi-ij will find n good provogltlouMn imrcfeaslng Taber iiroDony. at iircBout pricen. 1 awn over SOU lots lu 'the Orlnlnal Towirallo. Ilualness and Rraldentlal, ivhloh I will sell [it attractive prices and on easy ALBERTA FIDO MUFF TAKES THE PLACE OF TEDDY BEAR IN SOCIETY Black Astrachan and 'Persian .Lamb! Doggies Favorites Among Fifth Avenue Promtnatiers. New York, Oct. FJdp rmiff has taken the place of the Tarry bear as a pet, and ono will meet dozens or these new pets in Fifth avenue soon in tho arms of their devoted ownere. Not all the muffs are alike and of course tho name PJdo is net en ar- bitrary one. Sport crTlKQ" or any other suitable canine pseudonym would answer equally well. The black Astrachan and 4'ereinn Iamb doggies are the favorites to a French before he has. been. sLaved, T.he outer wide, of Fidb pre- sents an unbroken furry coat, but oh the opposite side arc two pockets Into which the hands may bo thrust at into a big muff. The little dog's face is surprisingly natural ivith Its bright eyes, while teeth, and red tongim hanging out at one and a metal collar arid ribbon bow make the rcnemblanct) to it real