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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, October GEO. H. LING The Hardware Man That's Unloading "UNLOADS SOME" SATURDAY Prices Have Taken Another are dropping on all the people. Ling has too many Stoves, too many Heat- ers, too many Ranges, including Buck's Happy Thought You can save on a Laundry stove, you can save on a Cook i0; Stove, you can save on a Steel. Range; Coal Oil Heaters you can buy at instead of These are just few items on stoves, etc. The Whole Stock-It's The Same Story Save now by buying now-Saturday we want the whole population to the one-come all. The Bargains of a Lifetime A Sensation Every Minute Playing Havoc With Ling's Stock THE J KOSCHMAN IS GUILTY OF ASSAULT Fred. Koschman. of Royal View was this morning' foun-d guilty ot assault- on John Bordenuik by Chief Justice Harvey in the Supreme Court. Sen- tence Vas deferred until "Abe end of the .court. John was living iu. the same house with, Pred jind -two other- Slavs at Royal -View and :they clubbed togeth- er, for their, grub. John wanted to leave on but Had" not got his cheque, which he would get on Sept. 15. Koschraan had been doing the .buying and John thought 'he wanted TO pay too much, .his share to date. Kqschman. claimed that ne besides this. Koscliman went for the police but Constable McBrayne could not make head or tail of their combination pi .Slavish -and; English... Koschman'said- that. Supt. Wilson had told him not to let- Bordenuik have his valise un- til he-paid his. bill. BordenuDc tried to take his valise aad they had 'a scuffle, the exact manner of which could not determined from the contradictory evidence. The next morning, which was Sun- Bordenuik -wanted Koschraan to .come down cellar and coun-t up the SuUff -there to make a settlement. Koschman refused to. go, although -John asked times. John- went dowa 'alone and Koschman drop- ped, the. trap-door. John tried. to come up but he shoved" the door down. Koschjaan says he "was afraid of John as he lad threatened to. "fix" him.. John tried., again to "gel up and. got about half way out: when Kosch- man grabbed a pick that was handy by and shoved him- down .with that, occasioning a wound on his right tern pie about three inches long, which.had to be stitched and laid John off ior three weeks. Koschman then nailed down the door for fear, he said, John might come up and him. Koschman in about -half an hour as.ked Slem- -kb "to get''the police. Constablb Mc- Brayne came out from Lethbridge and investigated aaair.... He the nails pulled out ot the cellar Bordenuik out. His face was all covered with blood. John said that Koschman did it. Koschman said, I did. it and. what I did it" picking up the pick, McBrayne said there was some blood and a few "hairs on the end- of it. The evidence Sidney Wallis and- Captain Seeley, who on the scene with McBrayne' corroborated McBrayn-e's evidence. in-.the box-on .Ms own behalf told-'ar- story- that; agreed very much with the others ex- cept that he" made Bordenuik out. as threatening him. The two had come from the same town in .Austria.and had been the best of iriends until this incident. In the judge said that foreigners coming to this country must learn our, way oi re- specting arid carrying out the law. If they think that are proper weapon's to use .to get. men to ._pay their debts they must learn, better. 3V x -i TVe beg to announce to our manyx valued customers, that we have re- ceived a very large consignment of Very'High Grade Wines.for the, Thanks- giving Dinner. These1 Wines were Imported by -o.urselves and shipped direct to us from-Bordeaux, France. J c 'The undermentioned-embrace all the nsost popular lines', and are always kept in perfect condition. Per Single Per .Single Per Doz. Per, Doz Qrt. Boi.- -Pt. Bot. QtB. Pints CLARETS St.1. Barton .90 "'.50 St. Julien-, Nath, Johnston Soni.- .90 .50 St; Cie. ._ 7 Tl.OO .60 Chateau A. .75- Medoc Paul Clafrval V ,r .55 9.50 9.50 11.0.0 -'13.50 .7.00 5.50 5.50, 6.75 8.00 BURGUNDIES (White) B.