Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridge Daily Herald, TO THE FOUNDRY REFUSED to STOVE SUKPBISES PRICE SURPRISES Malleable Iron Record- -Range-For Z2 In. Oven Steel warmer, reservoir and water front, worth For The Settler Small hole top. Worth ]NTow Coal Oil 50c 2 burners...............ggg 3 burners C1 or I Record tile back, mirrored With reservoir Waterfront, extra 3R a fill-: Wiff Worth and and the ISTote the sav- A Carload of Stoves at Foundry Prices to the People Lethbridge C W. GRAY PAYS THE FREIGHT yourself! take thC 8tom at the yon wotlld makers-were you In business The Best Stove News Ever Printed Mr. Gray Cancelled the Order .ings. COT. SOUVENIR RANGES for 135.00 kinds. for kinds. for qualities. 538.25 ranges. AT FOUNDRY PRICES A DOUBLE SURPRISE ON STOVES -Prices. .hole cooker; good oven; -everywhere. Here...... The Foundries Knew C. W. Gray was a Cash Man Carload of Stoves The the trade over. This week C1A 7C I 3 Findlay Stores, Perfection -Range to sell for 145.00. Our iie prices surely: count. OF in A -VMJ.XVUV4. VJ. oujLCiy The Stoves Must be Sold and Sold You've never seen such prices and g-ood rang-es-Record Foundry Stoves and Gurnev Til ________ den Souvenir ranges, Coal oil heaters, coal heaters J Th. 1 s ompany W. GRAY Offer the best stove va.ues ever seen in Lethbridge. cSa, oi, heaters for coa, oi, heaters 75 We have other surprises-Watch this advertisement and make for the store daily-Everything on the ran. OF N. Y. SHOT (Continued from Front Page.) Assailant Arrested ThP -io-ht M_ I me jigm ear. Doctors Stewart and The man who shot Mayor Gaynor i Brewer of New York, have arrived at his name as Jules James Galla-; Hoboken Hospital. They say tfiev cannor Tpll giier, 440 Third avenue, New h, City. When asked why he had shot; covery the Gallagher said: "'He de-j Metre Hopeful Report prived me of my bread and 'butter." ..Gallagher was taken to the adjacent "police station and arraigned. It is ascertained -that Gallagher was em- ployed as a watchman in the depart- ment of docks up to June first. Commissioner Wounded It has just been learned that Street Cleaning Commissioner Edwards wards our ultimate goal of free j the Judges of these classes are hav- trade." They also asked an amend-i ing as difficult a time as any decid- ment to the railway act under- which ing among the entries, onus 01 proof would always fall on There are more than a, dozen re- raiiways in cases of live stock killed I freshment bootcs prominent amon- on lines. AH these matters they them .being the lunch .counter 'and! THE LETTER BOX ere assured, would be considered. 'botUl> conducted by the Ladies' e aes following another short stop at Fort Aid of St. Andrews Church, and the doctors re- be-ieVe SIayor j a ciyici Messrs. Ellis and Mumhv Tnvo welcome in the mornmg and will ad-J charge of the diing r! tered the ri 1 did not cut r also wounded but not seriously. bullets i side of the'neck and of the important blood mayor suffered some- gatherisg or blood ir uiroa: out this was relieved one1 Jelt considerably better. A Probable Presidential Candidate i 5ayor Gaynor was elected at the! up an there on while ex-residents of Maritime Prov-i 1Pr-e c-0.vd inces honored E. M. MacDoneld, M.P.! of lor, Pictou, in similar manner. j Uve At Mundare Sir Wilfrid laid A 'balloon ascension and parachut cornerstone of the new RutKenian i drop ana p.racau Greek Catholic church, amid a height of about 4.000 feet Geo titlu TV- ___ T x-lv-v-- and Pardee, this afternoon besides the sudsing, a uo in THE METHODIST COLLEGE. Editor, Herald: Dear recording steward of the official .board of Wesley Church of this city. I note with interest and surprise the contents of a letter in to- night's paper from Rev. G. W. Kerbv. of concerning the psmhiisii- nient of a Methodist College in this province. While there is no desire on the part of trie Methodists of Leth- bridge to discuss church matters in the public press, since Mr. Kerby has gone into print with certain state- ments, it is necessary for us to do like- iue RutKenian i drop is to be made about four o'clock wise in orcler ro correct some misun- (mature and careful consideration and stuck to the resolution of the commit- tee. When tie Calgary people press- ed .toe matter, it was the place of Dr. Riddell to explain the situation as he knew it, and tell of his negotiations with the Lethbridge board. He did not do so, and it can readily be un- derstpod that the Lethbridge men felt 'diffident in taking the matter out of his hands alter they had understood so plainly that his report from Alberta College board would favor! That is why Lethbridge j no application to conference, and why they did not make known all the facts. -Mr. Kerbv is in error in saying that the resolution locating the college passed the conference unanimously, i that the might Signed Confession Gallagher made the following signed confession to Robert W. Bell, acting chief of police of Hoboken: "I .came over 'to Hoboken at 9.20 this morning. I went to the pier and on board, the steamship Kaiser Wil- lielm der Grosse. I met a clergyman on board and asked him to point out Mayor Gaynor to me. He did so and shortly after I fired a shot at. the mayor. I don't know if I fired more than one shot. Knowing that- Mayor Gaynor was going to Europe this morn- ing to enjoy himself after depriving tae of my bread and butter, not porter- ho.use, I was irritated to the point of j committing the act. have shown me is I did the shooting at the mayor with, I do not know how many shots were in the revolver when I used it. I have had this revolver a long time in my possession. I carried it when I was in the employ of the city." _.. __ It V returned, the other chief of- HCeS gQmZ rn dilu ultl- ded bv tnrough conference with unseemly and injudicious haste, without the careful consideration that such an important matter demands. The general con- lerence wil] ,be more deliberate' and take time to size up the situation according to the facts. All the -Leta- bridge people want is a fair hearing and -they wfll use every legitimate means TO get it Yours 0. D, AUSTIN, Recording Steward, Wesley ChurenV Lethbridge, Aug. s 1910. FIRST ELECTION AT DIAMOND CITY and the one insignificant. The Lethbridge Methodists do not' any public dis- mst., has been named as nom- ination day in connection with .the first election for councillors for the village of Diamond City. The sc The Premier ir. a b administration0 tlarabhf Canada as e3rtending weed's i flao gained Republic-wide to worship God. The ritual! in the Galician ceremony the singing of the the facts of the case To use Mr. Kerby's ex- I and his nWe sociated with the 0 luyidtrirne L.u.c i_aoe iur fn ft> n Tomorrow will be the big dav. The I stated, is as "e WiD put forth in no ___., _ uncertain manner TTT- will parade abont one o'clock, like two years Dr. Riddell down Baroness Road to Round approached certain member, of the 01 toe an-j in to Burdett and thence to had in mind tJie establishment of j grounds. They will put on pow-wows a second college south, and acres of spring wheat which fcas fill- ed out well fma should run 15 -bushels to the acre. fields of spring wheat in this manner. While Mr. Kerbv of Started are m a Carti (Continued from front Fair and wuiictc m uie soutu. ana i f -.ntta, K-no, or not men of Lethbridge wanted the college, i He was assured the fullest possible j he affixed his signature. Doctors Have Troufaie Kew York, 11.30 this time the mayor's condition is not so fa- vorable. The doctors are having trou- ble m controlling, the heinmorhage; Blood from the finds its wav into me throat and chokes the suf- train being rushed at high speed to (Continued from front Winnipeg. Mr. Mann the momtafa Northern was already tin- der war and would be completed with in three years, while work on the" Outside Judges Lake Superior division would he com-! Quite a number of people were pres- staiis- are tethered in the on the stage at the grounds both Wec- nesday. and Thursday nights. Most of j the excursions will be here to-morrow and the band contests will take 3uPPort. Last May he attended the j 'Professor Bagley. of Calgary, being f board meeting, and present- the judge. ied the matter publicly, and the board' j without a dissenting voice assured are the racing events for I Wm That the7 WOllld assume the j responsibility for the support of the college. That settled. Dr. Riddel! said he would bring it before the The whole to matter was will give a fair yfc The congregation of the Baptist church are about to commence the brick veneering of the church build- ing. Race Events Followin to-morrow and Thursday: Wednesday, Aug. loth Uiltr JilJ I erer from time to time. The bullet has been located about an inch below menced very shortly. Welcomed Sifton At Lloydminster Sir Wilfrid Fire Insurance Heal Estate Eity and farm loans The I Macbeth Agency Sherlock Block. j ent this morning witnessing the judg- j ing, which to many is the most inter- vjij, vmiiiu. was; a Smith, of joined by Hon. Frank Oliver and'pro-' BramPtCn5 Ont.. and A. W. Mclntyre, vincial Premier Sifton. Speaking to !of Ont, are the live stock 1 his welcome to the latter, Sir Wil-1judses sent here by the provincial frid spoke of him as the man "Who departmeat of agriculture, while E. has united scattered elements and N- Barter of Cardston is judging the restored harmony where discord pre- jpoultry- The rest of the judges are vailed a few months ago." Replying local men- Vermillion congratulations upon his Local Merchants' Exhibits "miraculous escape from death in I While the exhibits or local me-ch Friday's railway Sir Wil-1 ants and industries are not s- frid alluded to the wreck as a as might be expected'for the fortune which taught us how mucb size of the city, more could hardly be we have to be thankful for." At Vegreville the address of i 3.00 Trot and Pace, purse 2.15 Trot, 2.10 Pace. Purse. Purse ?150.iV) under, heats. Board of Alberta .college, and they would, he felt sure, recommend expected in view of the limited quar- the j ters. Those that are there, however, j MM. c bu.ci c, UlUW ever farmers "protested that they suffer-! fill the exhibition hall and are strik' under bondage of and that tariff operated "for private gain and not for public good." They asked an immediate reduction of the tariff displayed. Hall The displays of domestic products and home manufactures, are also o round, "as a general move much more numerous than before and Pony Race, 14.2 Purse, ?100.00. One mile dash. Alberta. Breds, Purse Thursday, Aug. llth. 2.35 Pace or Trot. Purse, ?230.00. 2.25 Pace, 2.20 Trot. Purse, Free-for-all Trot or Pace, Purse Half-mile heats. Purse One and( one-quarter mile, Leth- bridge Qerby. Purse, acting under the for the Alberta present College t iTC i rovineiitl Treasurer of On- tario, received for succession duties for July. but can be cured. board, and under him as principal. As far as Lethbridge was concerned the i matter was 'settled. It was not our place to bring the matter before con- ference. But Calgary, acting in ttie very ir- regular way outlined' by Mr. brought the matter before conference by a memorial. The Lethbridge dele- gates got it changed in committee so as to read "located in Southern Al- the idea being to have the matter go to general'conference with- out prejudice as to location; Mr. Hunt, of Calgary, moved' an amend- Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has been successfully used in nine epidem- ics of dysentery. It has never been known to fail. It is equally valuable for children and admits, and when re- duced with water and sweetened, Jt Is pleasant to take. Sold by all druggist to the effect that it should'be located at Calgary. The Lethbridge delegates; atto" sev- eral others, maintained that' the mat- ter should not 'be rushed" through with such haste, and lever may induce you to purchase a'very poor tea. If you buy you run as your grocer will refund your money if you are not entirely satisfied wifuit.