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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta JMomlav. September Mi, THE JJAWf HERALD Fare 9 OLYMPIC BROKE PORT PROPELLER THE SECOND CLASS PASSENGERS FELT CONCUSSION AND WERE GREATLY ALARMED London, Sept. mishap has 'befallen the Olympic. When she arrived -a't Plymouth this morning from New York, she reported that she 3iad broken one of the blades of her port propeller. The mishap, occurred at about 12.45 o'clock "on Friday morning. second-class passengers hurried, on fearing that a collision had oc em-red, so' great was the vibration when .the blade of the propeller drop- Tied off, .but they were quickly, assur: arid returned to their cabins. The first-class passengers, furthei away "from the stern did not feel tbe vibraUon'to any "serious extent, and moist .of them continued their slumber ;withoiiU'disturbance. They beard of the accident jit breakfast time. H is ..'understood that the Olympic rwill'said o" Wednesday for.New fork, and that on her return she will be re at Belfast. THE BLOOD AND LEFTY LOUIS YORK GAMBLERS ARRESTED SATURDAY, REFUSE TO DI- VULGE ANY INFORMATION New York, Sept. Horro- alias "Gyp the and "Lef- ts Louis" Rosenzweig appeared j-helr arraignment today in indict- ments.charging them murdei of Herman Rbsentlial, the ganibl'er, nnd evinced :no more disposition to give information or .make any admis- sion'than they did .yesterday, when Assistant District Attorney VOSB quea- tioned-them for three hours. l Forty or more letters and post cards found iii the rooms of the two men jnay furnish Important information to State's attorney. Detectives ran- sacked the apartment, and beneath the hoards floor and tucked un- carpets correspondence was found Deputy Police Commissioner iDughbrty says Is of. importance to the j 3ir os edition. Tho men were arrested on Saturday n their homes in Brooklyn. The [police caught them by constant vigil- larice in keeping their wives under sur- K-eillance. TWO PICKPOCKETS WERE CONVICTED SENTENCED TO.THREE MONTHS EACH FOR LIGHT FINGERED WORK Two alleged'pickpockets, A. "man and J. Cline, who were-arrested on suspicion at the time of the exhi- bition, -were 'placed on 'trial be- fore Judge Winter In the District Court. The chief witness: for the pros-ecu- Ubn Acting Chief IJrgwn, of the OUy .police force, who inade liie first appearance since :bls recent mishap. Witness stated that sa.w the pris- oner Cline put bis hand into tho hip pocket ol1 a street car passenger on or about August--20- last, between- the hours of 8.30 and p.m. CIOSB examiner! Is appearing for'accused, (stat- ed the cars" were very 'crowded' at the time of tho arrest of who was standing on the rear end of jLho car. William Lampniim testified to being oh the street car time of the he saw effected by the police. AVitness the urisoivar Olino with his hand In a passenger's pocket, and saw Brown -make the ar rest. Sergt. Krbning gave evidence as to the arrest oC prisoner. Cline'c Story. CHno took the. stand on own be- half, and his version of the storj 'Cross-examined by Mr, Conybeare wit-ness stated that the man whose poctoat he was supposed to have been picking waa a friend ,of that he was just'putting back-1 H bottle of pepsin into his pocket, which he 'was using previously. After hearing the argument iof ilr, Smith for defence-His Honor found the prisoner guilty and commit ted him to three months' hard labor in the pail. Lehman Alio'Convlcted The case of A. E. Lehman, who was charged with an attempt to pick the pocket of an unknown passenger on A street car1 at the time'of the fair on August 20 last, was next taken. Sergt. Kronliig and Acting-Chiief Brown deposed to having seen prison- MILADI tTOITtD BY "INO" 1224 Joy's not for we "Life is too fuH-of sorrow; bear the liurileus of the day, Nor hope for less tomorrow." Hut joy's, withiu the heart, Not to be found uy.sepk.togy Not bought or- sold at eroiviled- mart, Xor through'the casements nnupibg. Go, cheer some neighbor's grief With sunshine, gloom dispelling, To poor and suffering bring relief, And Joy'H he with you dwelling, Mrs. Ci. W-. Slipp, of Woodstock, N. H., is visiting her :Mr. Slipp, here, while on her way to 'spend some time at Seattle, Wash. MT. C. 13. Howman has .returned from an extended visit in tiie east. Mr. Ijert Sang has returned from a two months' vacation spent in Idaho. Rev. C. E. sand Mrs. Watson ire moving into their pretty new bunga- low on Sixth Ave., 'A. Miss tOfJna Henderson leaves on Saturday to take her. final year at Queen's University, Toronto. Dr. and Mrs. O.-'.I. Courticc, have been visiting in the east for some expected home this week. Mrs. J. C. Hahrahan ami Miss Han- rahaii leave tomorrow morning to vis- it in Helena, Montana, for a'week or. ten days. Mr. Hcdlev Young, of Griswold, .Manitoba, who has been at the bed- side of his mother, .Mrs. .lames HIS Sixth K returned home this morning. at the groom's summer home, Bala, Musltoka. On tl.'eir r'uliiin they take up residence in CJuelpli. Mr. supplied the pulpit of Wesley churcN for a month last year and is well known here. Tlic marriage of Miss Dorothy Ill-own, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Brown, and granddaugh- ter of the late Hdward Sherwood, Mount Sherwood, to Mr. Louis Tal- bat second son of been arranged to' take place 'in Christ. Cathe- .tlral, on Wednesday, Oct. 9th, er .put his hand in.the coat pocket of! a passenger on'the can Accused was Mis G It I inning ind children thereupon arrested, and taken to the have returned from Barrie and other station. I cTitrru points spent the Lehman also took the stand on his summer. Mrs. Campbell, who is a own behalf, and- denied having his ,hand-in anyone's pocket. His Honor'found the prisoner guilty, and sentenced him to three', months' hard labor iii, the jail..... ,J and'. fitLiiils on MamtoUlin 1 bl- will not return until the last QI. FALLING OFF IN BRITISH CRIME October. is made in Haniil j ton of the marriage of Miss ElizaVoth I.Alexina Malcolmson, daughter of the j late Captain Malcolmson, to I His Honor '.hitfgc' Ilaidinp, ol Lind- say, Out" The marriage wasp cele- brated in St. Paul's church on. Sep- i FIGURES IN REPORT SHOW LOW- -EST RECORDS IN THE NA- TION'S HISTORY tember 7th by the wick, B. A. H Sedgc-- An, interesting wedding will brated in the' Episcopal church at i Maclcud at nine-thirty nti Wednesday cpenlng, when Miss Ruth Newton F. G. Woods, manager of the Bank of The depot was invad-ed this morn- ing by a gypsy band, waiting for a west hound train. There were in al about twenty-five in the party. Miss Audrey Neale will be brides- maid, while the groom will be sup- ported by Mr, M. Harris bride will he given away by her bro- (her, Mr. G. M. Proud. London, Sept. annual re- port of the British -prison commis- sioners just Issued, shows a record diminution in the number ol" prison- ers. A slight increase of drunkeness is shown but this is nsore than by a marked decrease of serious of- fences and a'great reduction of law- breaking by women. The number of prisoners for twelve is a decrease of 000 and the lowest per Of the population on record. Some were imprisoned for debt on civil pro-; to Uoim'rdo Da Vinci cess. The number sentenced for drunk-; of Brooks. Alta. The wed- enness increased wjn tabc piacc at Glcn Doris, Owing to the decrease of the female criminal population tht female wings of the Dorchester and St. AUwns pri-j CommissiomT Mrs. Perry have issued inviiations for the marriage of Clubs and Societies Divine service will 'be held in St.! AugusUn's church on Wednesday ev- j ening at 8 o'clock. The Ladles' Aid Society of Wesley'! Church will meet on Wednesday at-: tcrnpoii, at three o'clock, Children's day will be observed in; Knox Church on the last Sunday of j this month.- 1 The-A. Tt-P. A.-of" St. Cyprian's: Church will meet at S o'clock on Thursday evening to reorganize i the autumn- and 'winter work. The Men's Society of St. Mary's Church will meet with Mr. Uns worth, Second avenue, on Tuesday evening, at eight o'clock. The ladies., are' collecting in the of Robertson College Guild, aVe asked to report to Mi-s. A. M. Lafferty, not later vthan Friday. The annual Salvation Army harvest festival sale will be held in the bar racks this evening, commencing at S o'clock. Fruits, flowers and vege- tables, utc., will be on sale. The Ladies! Aid of .-the First- Bap- tist Church will hold meet- ing 011 Wednesday afternoon, to which every lady of the" congregation is cordially invited. Westminster Guild Church meets tonight for reorganization piir poeeSi when he elected, ind other important bushier tiins A special meeting of St. Cyprian's Parish auxiliary will be .held on Thurs daj at 3.30. Every is urged to attend, as important busl- -ness will be brought before the meet- ing The Conundrum social, which will fall Styles in Ladies'Coats and Suits The Fall Suits and Gouts for Ladies' arc strikingly handsome this year.! .No previous season ovei offered Midi a delightlul A'arieiy of styles. Our splendid stuck is so large and varied that numbers ot becoming models can be found for eveiy style of figure. There is also a great deal of character to tlm (seasons er more novel designs than been shown bekne. The graccl'iil -lines and marked tendency better workmanship gne ;is- suraiice of the high standaid of our values. Charming. Call tlieni what we will, we can t begin to describe the dash and beauty of our new fall suits and coats. But the price will please j ou the lowest. Satisfaction was the aim of the maiiufactuiei oj' these suits and coats for they look well, tit well, ami Jeel well. New fall costumes in plain tailored style with 32 inch coat, remarkably smart effects 1n mannish tweeds, worsteds and serges, 9115.00 to Ladies New Coats, m hveeds blanket Chinchillas, decidedly the moat attractive line of up-to-the minute styles, to HUDSON'S BAY CO. erfnlly felt.. They are eligible for election on the school boards in most of the provinces, while in New Brunswick-there'' is an act which rules that two members of every school board must he women. Women in Law "Most of the provinces admit wo- men to the bar, but it nas recently he held in the basement of AVesley! been decided by a Vancouver judge Church on Thursday evening, Sepiein- 19, under the auspices of-the Lad- ies Aid society, promises to be un- ifUrely inlerestiiig to all who attend. St. Guild of "St. AugUBiin's Church will meet at K.IJO toihorrtfw afternoon. A special effort is -being made -to have every lady the con- i gregation Join tin: Guild, and it is hop ed that the attendance tomorrow will be very large. Mr. and .Mrs. Bert Muffman, of CHen Uoris ranch, I.angdon, announce the engagement of their eldest daughter, sons were closed. [Jr. Ohas. Goring, senior deputy medical officer at "Paukh.ur.iit better known as llolloway jail, submitted a report showing that criminals are not phj'7 their daughter Jessie Eleanor_to Mr. Gordcn Tillyard Campbell on Wednes- day, tho twenty-fifth of September, t half-past three o'clock in the eha- sically diftercnliatcd from law-abiding KoJ.al Xorlh Wcst alountoi __............. p0Hce. Harracks, which will be follow- ed Uv a reception at the residence of the commissioner. people. He finds that criminals derived from those in the community inferior in stature "and weight, and that, speaking generally, ihe less phy- sically and mentally arc liable- to have a tcndencv to !iccor.-r criminals. JWILL WAGE WAR OF VIOLENCE The ladies of Weaiey congregation are asked to have their contributions Of clothing, etc.. to the rummage sale, which will he hel-d in the Miners' hall, North Lethbrldge. on Thursday, Sep- tember IU, under the auspices of the Missionary auxiliaries of Wesley anil Westminster churches, sent to the parsonage. Eleventh street South, not -later than tomorrow (Tuesday) evening. The W. C. T. tl. wish to i.hank all the ladies who so generously donated supplies for their home cooking sale, especially the ladies who are not mem hers of the local union, and Mr. H. A. for showing those in charge of the sale every courtesy. The sale was a decided success, so much so. The home oi Mr. and Mrs. Janius that, the ladies have arranged to hold Dougherty, 173 Pearson avenue, To-1 another next Saturday at the same ronto was the scene of a pretty wed-! hour and place. Teu. will be served dine on Tiicsdav last, when their sis- j also during the afternoon and even- ing. Twenty-five dollars was the CORSETS