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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LtTHMIDOI DAILY hlUM.tt, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, JIM. TMUti TUB HERALD'S rHTE MARKET PHONE 451 FOUR years in the tamt .FOUR in tht tami butintu. FOUR about all the Estate in FOR mort years I will still bt in Real business, regardUss of all reports to the contrary. FOUR Fifty-One (461) is my New Number. PHONE 451 W. R. DOBBIN, ROOMS I AND 2, SOUTHARD BLOCK 1M-H-H-14 H-M-I" New 5-roomcd house, close to Mills in North Ward, water and electric light; cash will handle. Splendid two-storey Residence; on Dufferin St., 8 rooms, fully modern, fire place, etc.; worth easy terms. SKE1TH TILLEY Phone 197 Corner Bound and Dufferin Streets Choice Residence Lots on William Street. Block 96, each; easy ALBERT E. IVE8, BLOCK SLANDER CASE BEFORE THE COURT MOST OF THE WITNESSES ARE THE CIVIL DOCKET Lots in the WALLWORK ADDITION 46 ;ft. 6 in. x 137 ft. 6 in. Just Two Left EACH-TERMS Lots in any part of the city on monthly payment plan. A regular sitting of the Supreme Court of Alberta was held yesterday in the Caledonian Hair on Glyn St., Chief Justice- Sif ton presiding. Miss Elsie Robertson, of Magrath, who had been sent up for trial on a charge of attempted suicide, was heard before the judge privately and was let off on suspended sentence. Wm. Harvey and McFarlane, who liad been .sent up for trial, were brought before the.udge and as the crown preferred no charge, they were released. Next' came the jury', case of Kein- stein vs.'Kewee.- The following jury Aikins vs. C. Sim- mons; Conyjjeare Co. Kerr vs. C. Simmons; Conybeare Co. Sely vs. Eimouski Fire Ins. W. C. Simmons; Lougheed and Ben- net of Calgary. Aubin vs. S. My- ers; Conybeare Co. Bowman vs. M. John- stone; W. C. Simmons. Brody vs. A. R. I. M. Johnstone Conybeare Co. N W. Jobbing .Co. vs. C. Ives; W. C. Simmons., II II I M-I-H-'H'-I-'H-H.'M ill I M Went ToRoom Foujghtlt Out Spokane, Oct. of Breach of the 'peace and assault in the third degree fine, and was the entry made by Goo. was selected and sworn James Dal- 1 w- 'Stocker, a- justice of the peace in rymple, G. Reid, J. W. Harrington, j Spokane, after the name of W. E. I WE OWN AOttES along the new Weyburn line and south of Grassy.Lake. NO BETTER LOCATION IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, Being owners we can make low prices to you. If you have a piece of land and will sell right, we are in a position to See us before you either buy or aell. I HELGERSON LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. FRANK A. MAXWELL, MANAGER LYCEUM BLDG. HIM: I.H.-H.MI M i H..I.H n m i n M- I I 1 I I I-H 1 I I'M-I-Hi I M H-H-H-H-H- at TWO NEW COTTAGES in tlie North Ward, on sidewalk. These cottages are now renting at per month' and are an excellent for the W. .Condron, T. Crafts and L. P. Tuff! 'f Sch-inner, a This was an action for slander I charged with brought by. one -Miss Mary Reihstein j room m "the A. and L. S. RJPLEY Tel. 294 Office Block wealthy grain buyer. invading a sleeping home at night i against John Kewee for damages for and PullinS w B- Hoffman, a -lawyer allefTPfl ____ j. I OUt Of bed and tearinf his mVhfrrvhp T J alleged'' slanderous tearing his night "fobe. T THE V. GIBBONS OTT BLOCK PHONED 222 f slanderous statements made i u ,uK" traiuig nis mgnt robe, r J j last October at a congregational meet--pchirmcr admitted everything alleged 2 [SfM r ing of the Lutheran chureh near the complaint, also adding someJT -H- t t 4 FOR iSALBv New Four-roomed Cottage two blocks west of North Ward School. cash, balance very easy leints 820 acres, eight miles .Sguth of minn line C.P.R. per acre if taken at once. The Alberta Securities, Etd. Phone 141, ROUND AND REDPATH ing of the Lutheran chureh Blayney. L. M. LO acted sidelights.- The men became .Diayney. L. M.: Johnstone men became the plaintiff while W. C. Simmons argument earlier in thefr looked after the evening in the house, where thev X the house, where they have j 2 looked after the interests of the fendant. As most of the were Estonians who came froni Rtis-1 Aft'er- the mfen retired .sia and who do not understand ajld Hoffman's joona. THE Whitney Block till S WPplf Lots In North .Ward, one .block from school and stores. ea. 4 sections Raw Laud, 4 miles from Warner, all steam plow proposition, per acre- acres on Lethbridge-Weyburn survey, frcm ,vp Improved Faims near Barons and Garmangay for cash or T crop payments, Freeirian, Maeleod arid Graham i; Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P.O. Box 679 Best Cottage in Duff Addition for sale. cash, balance monthly or to suit purchaser Illinois-Alberta Realty Co., Oliver Block i PHONE an lish, it was necessary to have -nearly that the lawyer 'take hack all the evidence interpreted from statements. Hoffman i.j.t. 'Estonian language into English and i vice versa." Rev; J. Sillak, Lutheran pastor from Medicine Bat, who visits v his parishioners at Blayney., Ms 30 miles north of Lethbridge, .--...firm, and the attack lunuwtju. JHofJmanvvas his bed and around on the floor, and in the i was ripped into Schirmer tried for a full i JL jre Tiaey nave i A vas worsted. J-f LBlllDPlOgB Schirmer j Are now open for business. Their territory, any place rtTSouthern Alberta. They are prepared to bay improved or nnim- f proved land for spot cash. as interpreter. During the Nelson' but 'before he could make the -f tation of the evidence the court Hoffman Cached under the pil-i V forming, on a ten year pay. _j-i i anrf '.__ i I i ment plan, one-tenth down. gxapher often looked puzzled as and Bought .forth a gun, chas-if he wanted an interpreter to uiterpret 1Dg into the street. Schir-j the rapid interpretations of the in- lauShfilgly declared it was a) terpreter. .Uev. Sillak is also -one but thc court could not see the i of the star witnesses of the plaintiff and the followed.! '..'Ml wa> promptly paid by the for he was presiding at the meeting! when the alleged .slanderous' state-i ments were made. Still' he acts as a j conscientious interpreter, for as he] said in court, "He wants to go to heaven where all Christians'go, and one lie would 4Send. him to Rev. Johannes Sillak was the first witness on behalf of the plaintiff. At great length he.'described the con- gregational meeting held at Blayney after the close of ,the church and quoted the' words which it is grain I j And Uncle Sain don't think I have influence government. -My "people f 1 A 2560 acre.Farm, five miles from good town, for sale on Plan THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Phone.396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Box 254 fHFAP 4 and Block 9 each. Half cash, balance easy JL I I T T T The H. Macbeth Agency T The Golden West Realty Co.? J 2 Modern 7 Room Houses for sale at a Bargain. cash. j ficials yawned. A Balance easy. IT Business Lots in BO-JV Island. :S300 each. Third c; 4- anceJ? and 12 months. ;'X 4 Lots, barn for 10 horses. All fenced. JT 5 Roomed Cottage, Good terms alleged were spoken by the defendant the Estonian language at that meeting. Witness also gave his Eng- lish interpretation of .these words. by Mr. Sim- mons he gave 'some answers that amused the court. For example, in reply to questions he answered: "I with _ may- think so, but I don't know what they think." meeting did not break up. I finished it." -The room was very crowded. Oh, yes. It was more -quiet than Once His Lordship remarked: "It would not help'the jury to hear some more Estonians." Witness kept telling of ths good character of the plaintiff and when asked if he had ever been deceived by a woman the witness replied: "No, I have never been deceived by a wo- man. I have only one wife and she has never deceived me." But to the judge he remarked: "A woman has told me a lie. No woman has ever i deceived me." Jacob Urdman, farmer. 30 'miles north of the citv spoke only Estonian so his language had to be in- terpreted aftd here the troubles of the court stenographer began. L. M. Johnstone had evidently taken les- sons in Estonian for he entertained the court with a reiding in Estonian. Gustave Krikendakel and Carl Mus- jten also gave evidence in Estonian, which was rapidly interpreted into rapid English which was almost too rapid for the puzzled court steno- grapher, while some -of the court of- "Thej will sell to actu-- al settlers havin-g the ne- cessary equipment for Have you the neces- sary horses and machinery to operate a farm but only able to make a small pash payment, or do yon wish to enlarge your farm by buying adjoining land We can help you. We can also make you a farm loan. Call or write FRASER GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER Xew Glasgow. Oct. of Johu Fraser for the murder of Dun- t i Brown in New Glasgow on th'a Ji. i afternoon of 'June 8 -last, was' conchid- i ed this afternoon a verdict of manslaughter was returned by a tired and worn-out jury! The prosecution J.Jhad a decidedly strong case against 'the could not show" any motive. R. H. Graham, who conduct- ed the prosecution, concluded his case with a ten minute address to ihe, jury. The defence were able to prove that Fraser was not only under" the influence of liquor at the time of the murder, but was also under the influence of morphine. These fact together with the of ,motive charged their finding from a verdict of murder to one of -manslaughter. The evidencee throughout the trial showed how thoroughly depraved in his habits the prisoner was and very little sympathy was felt .for h'irn. Good Residence Lots In Block Df oouth of Barracki each Only a few left MONEY TO LOAN FIRE INSURANCE The C. 6. MM I AGENCY M Acadra Building. I I M-H--H Has To Pay The Farm Security Co. -1 -I- Spokane, Wasli., Oct. car touiisTs visiting Spokane on the way to and from the Pacific coast and British Columbia and Alberta have .seized, upon-a trick 'to get wholesome and warm baths at tie expense oi t'.-cle Sam.. Presenting themselves singly and in pairs at the local sta- tion they are frequently picked as likely timber for .the army, in which event they are instructed to appear for examination on the morrow. Be- fore 'leaving the station they, are giv- en two meal tickets and a -disk, for a bath.' Nine out of 10 fail return, leaving the city as soon thfiv -get the meals anjd bath: The en- listing 6fficer here declares that pro- secution by the federal -authorities will follow if the men can be apprc- McLEAN RESIGNS Ottawa, Oct. is practically- settled that A. K. McLean, M.P., will resign his seat in the federal house and enter the Nova Scotia cab- inet'as attorney general. A writ for the bye-election in Lunenburg, it is expected, wilLbe issued in the course of a few days.. Montreal, Oct. -y thai to as but so fa, been made. He says :than an appli- cam who accepts food and lodging fr the United States and fails to report, for examination, after declar- ing hiy Intention to enlist, lays him- self liable to the charge of defrauding United States. T. off a mort- Anglican church. WHEAT THIEVES JAILED Two Rocky Coulee Men Convicted in the District Court and Sentenced to the Police Barracks. (Maeleod Advertiser) In the district court James W.Wil- eon and Harry Eonin, of Rocky Cou- lee, were jxmyicted of wheat steal- ing. Wilson got five months in .vthe Mounted Police guard room and Ben- in six months. .These are the first convictions for grain thefts that have been obtained for some "time. Dan Tibodeau, of Pincher Creek, i for assault with a knife, got six months. Houses for Sale We havejj. large list of ful-, ly modern houses for sale -in all parts of the city_ at- mod- erate prices. SMALL CASH PAYMENTS will handle any of them, with, balance payable from to 2 years See us before buying _J J. I. EAKiV 11 307 CKABB (Opp. Bank of Telephone 388-. It will pay you to trade with us: 'Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 NEW RECTOR INDUCTED -H-H-H-H-M-- Are You Looking for a Safe In- JL T JL i vestment, with a good prospect x of Making Profit and your 2 f I Bal- T T It: Box 642 G. WADDINGTON Auctioneer 4- ARM SHATTERED Toronto.. Oct. returning I from a duck hunting expedition Thos. Tuxrell, aged 22, had his left arm so badly shattered that it had to be amp- close to the shoulder. SMOKED TOO MUCH Windsor, Oct. Mailloux, a prominent French resi- dent and real estate dealer, died to- day from cancer of the throat, super- induced the physicians say, exces- sive smoking. Then came the plaintiff Miss Mary Reinstein, with Mrs. Geo. Johnston, of Lethbridge, for the past four or five years. As this wit- ness understood and' spoke English the interpreter got" a rest. -To the the witness said that if John Kewe had taken it all back before the suit was started that she would not have started it. She also stated- thai en August 27 she had left the service of Mrs. Geo. Johnston; who had wished 'her to remain longer. This closed the evidence for the plain- tiff and the court adjourned. till Wed- nesday morning. Supreme Court Docket Hammer vs. C. Ives; L. M. Johnstone. Skeith vs. Le C. Sim- mons Conybeare Co. Indian- Head, Oct. W. R. Adams, recently appointed to" the charge of St. John's church here, was inducted yesterday morning. A large congregation turned out to attend the service which was conducted by the Bishop of Qu'Appelle. CROWD AT FUNERAL Representatives of Ail Classes at Ob sequies of Late Senator McCarren New York, Oct. multitude T T f jL f T JL f Money Guaranteed with Interest If you are, read this over carefully. We have 25 nice level lots on Westminster' Koad, just south of the Fair Grounds. We sell these lots each, on a cash payment of on each lot. Balance in three, six, nine and -twelve months. We will insert this clause in your agreement of sale: At the time of making last payment on lot or lots, if you prefer your money hack with bankable interest, in preference to a clear title to the lot or lots which your agreement calls for, we will agree to refund your money. If the double in it is your gain, if they slump in value, it. will be our loss.. I I I JL T JL of mourners, forming the largest fun- eral procession ever seen in Brook- j JL I GALVIN-HATFIELD Co. lyn. followed tht> body of the late Senator Patrick H. McCarren today j X from his old home to -Church of St. -H-I-I- Vincent de Paul; where-services wc-roj held and from the church to Calvary cemetery, his last resting place. Political friends and foes alike of the dead Democratic leader, were at -the funeral. Mayor McClelhm. and the heads of the New York City depart- ment were among the pall bearers. Charles F. Murphy, the Tammany Hall leader, and the entire executive and general committee of that onran- ization marched with the cortege. One hundred ten senators and assemblymen of the state legislature of which the dead leader has, long been a memoer, headed by Lieut.- Governor Horace White, attended the funeral in a body. P. 0. Box 1892 Phone 457 I Ott Block. Lethbridge, Alta. -H- I BUYINGfllGHlIS I HALF SECTIQN in 7-19 Between Wilson's Siding and Stirling per acre cash, balance five years at 6 per cent. Insurance Loans Rentals Suburban Acreage The George M. Hatch Land Co. Successors to Hatch and Coons. FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY 4 Phone 159 Oliver Block Jl _________________________________________________T Having dissolved partnership with. E. C. Ludtlce, I T have retained possession of the unsold portion of the TOWNSITE OF BOW ISLAND and offer business and residential lots at prices ranging- from to Write or call on me before purchasing elsewhere. A. WADDELL Bow Island Realty and Insurance Agency DOUBLE DAILY MAIL DELIVERIES DOWNTOWN Edmonton, Oct. central portion of the city, above the hill, is now receiving "morning and even- ing mail deliveries, in place of single delivery, as a result of a re- cent increase in the staff, of mail car- riers at the city postoffice. The staff is now twelve. "There has been no extension of the mail delivery said Post- master May, who made the annoirnce- I ment of the double mail, deliveries this morning. "The city is now pretty well covered at present. When the new postoffice building is occn- s pied, and we have more tion for carriers' racks, the areas'-will ,be extended, the Groat estate, which is rapidly filling up, will be given a delivery. Carriers now go as far west as Eighteenth street and as far north as Alberta avenue." fl Bargain- Only 8 from good town, 960 Acre Farm, well improved 250 acres m fall wheat, 250 acres summer fallow, good house barn, large granary, wagon scales, a fid drilled well Realty Co, Successors to W. R. Dobbin Co. Ground Flowr Office: cI RSI" DOOR SOUTH OF BALMORAL HOTEL PHONE 122, ;