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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD Friday, October DAILY HERALD DECEMBER 1SOT by the Lethbrrdge Herald Publishing: Co., Ltd., every lawful eves its office, Crebb Strefic, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada 'A. BUCHANAN, MANAGING JUiBECTOR AND EDITOB Editorial, Reportoriaf, -and News Dept. 1052 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES i year, delivered 6 "months, delivered.....S2.00 S months, 1 inoinh.' delivered.......35c 1 year, by mail 6 months, by mail months, by maif ...___S5c v" .Addresses changed, as often as desired, but tooth new .and old addresses must be 2iven. WEEKLY HERALD Publisi-ed every Wednesday in eight or more papes, and contains local and district, in advance J 3 months, in advance ....50o FOR SALE AT Cross Drus Book Store, J. G. Kobert- son Co., Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pincher. J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drus -ft Boot Co. B. Cranfarook, B. Seattle -O. L. ReinecTce, Grassy. Dr. Xugiiam, -Diamond Dr, D'Arc's 'Drug Store. 'Medicihe L. M. Northam 'Vancouver, B. World Wide News Co. Brown aQCe unaerta jiejiewsyapers nave lor gi-- Ttie prv parram2: Congress is abom But la it there are some things that j fug- it be almost impossible tiie most important -convention that j ing in the White Mountains before, the; are hard for the layman to under-1 to find an intelligent, up to date mas j fcoutnem Alberta- could' Secure; in-1 end of the mcatli. Trusting that this' stand. One of these things is that Jin the civilised world, who had not I it would be of immense import- j win prove entirely satisfactory "to, known, as contempt of court. gatherin for 1912, pro- Central Park four times .in a -tasircab.l' The, limited time at my disposal prevented my paying" it any further attentions, but it "is-'my ing the 'balance -of the month. "to give it a little run up. -to Saratoga and back, a -possibility of a two weeks' om- Crippen case. The papers' .ance to the province as a whole: It I >beg, gentlemen, -to remain; al- !The Crip-pen trial brought forth two cases of this crime, which the public Sad hard to understand. -Shortly arter Grippes was arrested, aati while Jie was', still at Quebec, the London JJafly Chronicle published a despatch irom its confidential correspondent in who got his information Irom Quebec, that Crippen had confessed to the murder of his wife. iXue other case was that of the London to this -county vi jcdices tors many nundreas o! thouguuul a cannot be morally held lor the opinions and prejudices readers may form. is published. It would to find twelve good men and true, ong -the millions of readers who haditaey would see here in crops and cul- s visi-p'ays yours truly, from reading what t ca'Pable fa be impossible f berta has and e farmers, whose interest ia Al- already been, aroused and would be astonished at what BOBBITT." not previous to the trial formed some opinions on the case. Yet the same is trne to a Jess extent if the reports had not "been published. Within a certain tivaiion.. It would repay its cost many times over. Lethbridge is. of course, the place for It, being entitled by its success.at {Ion. England, calls attention to the "j In the Pubnc Eye j __ __ j AN EXTINCT TITLE The death of Lord Borthwick. in Lon radius of the place where the alle.aeri spokane and by its efforts at that that many British titles become crime was and where themtlltlori- expense would be con- i extinct as the year-g go by. trial 'Is to be held the supposed facts sidersbJe, but much of it .should be j had a daughter, Lord but no News, which published a jof the ca.se would be known to prac- by the -province and by other in-jsons> and haa four sisters, but no bro- story of an interview between Crown [tfcally every, one. If the publication terests that would be benefited.. The tfier- As this title descends only ifrosecutor Muir and the quartennas- of these stories is contenrpt of courr I Project to secure the Dry Fanning j the male line, it now.disap- ter of the steamer Montrose, in which teen to a less degree the passing of I Congress for tie Southern city as there are no male desceud- the latter, told the former of a plot j the of mouth himself and Crippen, by which the latter, knowing -he was to be same crime Bnt in. eitaer cijse, ft en are Tested, was to escape, from the. yesselj -the jnmnen ihe court held that the publication men, and as mh of these stones was calculated to pre- Oa entering the jurv tos lo judice the case Crippen when Accused should be brought to trial for Opuil0ns mav I The. PWed- nave "Md, and to enter upon the cos-L to I .an. to be to of counsel. Uil- legally the. papers .named [dec tnese. circumstances, the present! were-.guilty of an offence" It'Ts' "hard i law is'unfair to-the to- see "where they '.were ;inorally guilty "iiiere is hardly a, crime committed ir tie reporting _pf which every, ne to- the newspapers. is-not conceivable that the Chron- icle of the" News, or anv repuiable IM.S war.. a either for or against an Ihe Pierald