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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TNF LF.TiTmunfiE DAILY Friday. S .'t. It Mm, IVoman and Child in Lethbridge Is invited to inspect the equipment and system of the SELF-SERVICE Basement Dominion Blk. 4th Ave., S. Open for inspection to-morrow afternoon and evening YOU_GAN HELP YOURSELF At this New Cafe, which will ex- emplify system, quality and value. Come and see our up-to-date sys- tem where "Nobody Waits." Op- ening Dinner 1 to 2, Monday. ALL WHITE HELP FIRST KILLED WIFE THEN HIMSELF Pathetic Ending to Aged Couple Estranged from Their Family Wallace. Idaho. Sept, Keil. Hgnl formerly a wealthy Minneapolis Ynerchant, and Kriedtviko Koil. his wife, met death with u rifl-1 ill his hands isolated mountain cabin, six miles north of Murray 10- day. The body of the wife was bank- et! with flowers, and alongside liiy illy husband. The murder ami suicide were tilt? result of a part ttppatviiil.v when the ayed conpln believ- ed themselves abandoned by sous. Arthur'and Charles, who no by the name of llyk-, Portland broom mawifariurcr.s. IXters to A. P. Keil and Char! Hyle. of the Standiird Broom panv. in Portland, Uitd ot" the sl death which the couple were inM'i the wilderness. A third path- etic letter, written by the two, toh! of their plans for relief. All ot" the notes were written .in German, Trouble Brought .Disgrace Keil came to the Coeur d'Alenes number of years a lo difficulty, which members of tin family are said to have considered a disgrace. He found a residence secluded gulch, and as a hermit made himself a bcumlMl little cabin home with immense gardens of plants flowers. Recently his wife, a woman 'well- in the sixties -went to join the outcast Trom the day- 'of her arrival three weeks ago her whole tbought has been a return to the home which she believed she hud been tVreed to leave. bleak mountain scenery nud the rainy weather 'preyed on her tiiiud. "till, as the two concluded, she was going insane., Letter to, Son-in-Law In a lettei- to Hyle, believed to he a son-in-law; "Writ I en Saturday, hut tin ma t led. the old'inan pleads viih his children to take back iheir mother, that she might di-e in her old home, "A cubby hole in the old home will acceptable to be writes. "IF she has said or done anything iu her .jjis .which was wrong, sho sis ltd! she IK? forgiven. Your niolhw o 'weal; now that she can scarcely valk, anil It will be necessary for 0 her. lim I promise you hut 1 will not come beyond I lie KaU1, Hid o one shall rui-ogiiiw." riilsf 1ft he says, is ilm ihlnl vvriiten without, ait answer. Prieiuly that ho received a reply to the ftrsi two Sunday. Appiirt-mly in despair, the ascil con- agreed on (hla-th. lie- was to be Uu> munli-TCi1, and then was to kill himself. The art was calmly pinnnctl nml tho notes written on tlK? evo of ileath were without trace of nervous, ness. Two Bullets in Brain Afier placing two builds In her he carefnily washed lu-r wound and laid body mi a fresh hed. II fuUied her arms, and placed flowers gathered (rom their yardtm in her hanils. Her head rested on a pillow! of blossoms, and he laid more How- u by her sidw Then ho aiinai-pntly Kneeled by the bod. and with the third bullet ended j own With ilie mnt's attached to1 articles about their house, the cou- ple their trinkets to their few friends. "His note snys: "To save my luior sick wife from going to .111 asylum and to nameless misery, 1 took this tf-.v- rlblo step, and have become a -murder- er and suicide. With a bk-ediny heart, I roaorted to this last remedy hi order to brins her rest forever. Af- ter doing so. I could not live longer, for -the law stamps me as a murdrrei1. Though it' was with a heavy heart, I relitnvil her for all lime. I myself have not slept for fourteen nights, 'ami have done everything in my pow- er to bring to her. After what 1 have clone 1 could not long-er find rest in this life, so follow her to death and rest forever." Her attached note explains her laclc of sleep, and concludes with: "I so happy, for soon 1 am lo find NEXT MONDAY AND TUESDAY CAL'GARY STAMPEDE POST OFFICE BOX 98 Our Signs Are Si.tnis of tlio Tiiui.'s 11- lig'uro on a iSigh for You. The Revlo Co. Painters and Dscoratori Avenue South EARTH SHOCK AT 'FRISCO San Francisco, Cal., Sept. slight earthquake shock was felt her-i at ?.-ti this morning. The movements occasioned no damage or excitement Slight shocks were Cell at San Jose, SO miles away. To-day and To-morrow "In Darkest Africa" The Realism of the Jungle Katzerijammer Kids They Have, a High Time "Dead Man's Claim" "Mistaken Identity" ____A Tornado of Laughter Miss Agnes Errol The Girt with the Voice NEXT WEDNES- DAY THURS. "THEIR LIVES FOR GOLD." NEXT WEDNES- DAY THURS. ''THEIR LIVES FOR GOLD." Next Week's Great Features Monday and Tueiday Calgary Stampede Wonderful Pictures of Whole Show Wed'sday and Thursday STILL BOOSTING IT "Their Lives for Gold" VIVID, REALISTIC, IMMENSE WAIT FOR IT 'NEXT MONDAY AND TUESDAY CALGARY STAMPEDE ARE COMING WEST 'Winnipeg, Sept. Ans- tralinn and New Zeahiml cadets, who art- touring the country as guests of Toronto Exhibition, having a "rest" today here, looking over the city. A receullon in their honor is be- ing held at Government House this afternoon. They leave tonight for Calgary. STRANGE THEFT SILVER BULLION PACKAGE STOLEN FROM EX- PRESS WAGON IN BUSY TORONTO Toronto, Out, Sept.. A myster-i .ious. robbery occurred yesterday ui- lernocn. whun a. package of silver bul- lion, valued at disappeared in .daylight from a Dominion Kx press Company wagon. The glgnmcnt, which about (lie of a hricU, was shipped from !lio Un- ited States to u Toronto jewelry firm. U 'was received at Uic Customs by employees of the Express Com- pany, bnL when the .wagon, veai-hnd iis desuiiaiion, was gone. Th-e made .through' the most congested purtially along- street; seems i'u- possible that, anyone could have en the paekage from the wagon un- noticed. Detectives from police headquarters are working on the case. MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) Fine Attractions at Starland All entirely new jn-oyrain Is being shown at Starland today, and on the bill many new and novel features are to be .seen, feature attraction la one of exceptional merit, "In IJarkeKt Africa" being one of a series of pro- ductions made by the Kaiem Com- pany on their recent lour of Egypt and Central Africa. It is indeed n attraction, for it was taken in a small settlement. Qf 'he river Nile. Egypt, and in the African jungle. With the exception of three Kalem artists all of the characters are native triuea- men, of the African jungle. For Monday next, the management announce the llrst showing or the au- thentic Calgary Stampede piclureB, of which there arc '2500 feet, ot perfect motion photography of this now fam- ous event. Another immense Featnre for next wcelc will be "Their Lives for to be shown on Wednesday ai'.il Thursday next. Kortv thousand shade 1 reps' have j liren planted in Retina tiny year. Mrs. .Jackson Thomas, ot Harrow- smith, Out., has given bittlr lo trip- lets. FOR PLUMBING. HEATING AMD HARDWARE GET OUR PRICES MAPLE LE'jF PAINTS Si VARNISHES THK BUST OX THK .MAHKKT- Hart Patterson Co. Phone 1294 313-13th St. N. BIG REAL ESTATE j DEAL AT SASKATOON j J. C. Drinkle Sells Farm Adjoining I Saskatoon for be Subdivided j Saskatoon. Sask.. Sept. ion's biggest land has been put i old his holding KAMLOOPS PASSES BYLAWS Kanilooiui. fVpi. ;c_; lot- low were bv i acres of thf will ho i) who has here NURSES TURNED HOSE ON HIM PRINCE ALBERT HOSPITAL SQUABBLE ASSUMING A STRENUOUS TURN t 250 Prince 'Albert, Sept.' At, a meet- ing last night of the hoard of larvk-a- suodmsion. oi's oMhe Victoria Hospital to inquire nl sir et. The ianri inro charges of mis management and owntr I unseemly conduct on I he part, of the staff. Alderman Baker, who laid spec- ific charges in writing, was held up on leaving the building and efforts ar leases to persons an acre, for i ninety-nil! to bni !a siuif is low. Inn allows a good j made to force him to slun an apology. iins margin for Hit- purchasers. j ami then the nurses cn- ______ deavored 10 turn the hose on him. At 1 isH for indiu-fin-m to ;u iliis moment. K. Armitafie, one of I ainloops. muki- tiu- liin mmi-! Mrs- Atlicns,