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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta L T M ft IQOi, AtTA.. AY. AUQUtT 14. I Ml lite Ui.. wry UvhU Mt 8t.. AMAM. MtAAfinf HAD TO PAY T1ONS Saturday Night.) uo doubt has a aeuse humor, but it aix Month, Bally. 2JI IJI have IO to a of u, practical joke played upon him uot long by au oukial ut Os- goode Hail, When the Chief Justice was koiight- ed some time ago uuuiy of at the Athtetic Fin- Cher on Saturday, being the visiting team. Ji seems as if the liuel game iu the Crow's Nest .League, -be- tween Tiiicher Creek and Mucleod wilt not be played- The game should have taken pl'.tee, last cordnig to schedule, when bere it was agreed to it il fore the date, however, ae- Duty, tii luouiiu, by by Herald, one Addfttifn ehaAged vrtaD but both oew and oid AMI be given. S-COND STANDPIPE NEEDED Will the thirty-live thou- sand dollars for sec6ud stand pipe another force main? This is one Ui I coiigratulatiou tad, ol of the questions asked m the voting .on the bylaw uext' Monday. There are.severu.1 reasons for answering the question in't'fiiTaBiriiiative. In gen- eral the reason is that both ore need- ed and ueeded badly- In the iirsi plabe, by having only one force main, this city is depending for its water supply solely upon that one pipe. Should that pipe meet uny_accident the water supply would be cut off until it could be repaired. This would be an especially serious should the lire occur-while the pipe. is under repair. Moreover, the accident is_most likely to occur while the high pressure is on during a The extra pressure on-such an. occa- sion would cause a break ir by. any chance there should be a flaw in any of the pipes. With a second, pipe no 1 sucL dangerous condition WitiPa second standpipe it would be possible to store more than twice as .much water as it is possible now to do.- This will mean a great sav- ing in pumping as the two tanks can be filled" during the day ;aud the' water be sufficient to last during the night thus obviating the expense ol operating the pumps dur- ing jthat time.' This will be uo small saving. Another point oi minor im- portance is the fact that the new stand pipe being elevated will give a pressure sufficient to force water to the tops of the highest buildings. As it is now, if the standpipe is not course; most of were addressed to his chambers at the .grey oW of justice on Quoeu St. west. It happened however, that the newly made kuight was presiding over the at Port Arthur at the time. So Ihe oftieious official at Osgoode llAlldid not wait to let i3ir u4en- iiolrue get his many ruoisuges he returned to judicial headquarters. He for wurded every O. Tort Arthur, ai the knight had to go down in his pocket for few dollars to pay the charges, llut every has its horns. phoned over asking the lo- cal nine to come' on Wednesday or default the game, -The local; boys were umtbUs to get the team to- gether ou such short notice and so could not go. Macleod now claims the irauie by default...and as Pincher Creek is out of tbc running the cup, they may decide to let it go at that. S. Thornley; sr., who spent ths summer in Ferhie, has come down to Stay with his family for a few weeks. Mr. Thos J. Moore is back from Ontario where he spent a month with relatives and friends. The result of the midsummer exam- inations of the Department of Educa- 1 tiou which have just been published, reveals that seven pupils of 31bs. for 50c Tie tortley Co. Iti MMMMMMMMMMM 4 L 4 nttn ItiuiMry Cult! Jjttteat DesignsuuU Novel- Rubber Sponges J Baukert! Ci T Special Orleans.muii said the other Juy of the great house of the Kotlxs- childs: "The Rothschilds push their strictness to the point of eccentricity They once had for agent here in New Orleans a fine fellow. They graphed.to this agent at a certain season to sell their cotton holdings, but he knew the price would go h'igh- ee and therefore he dida't sell till four days later.' In consequence he netted an extra proOt of for his linn'. When, he sent the Roths- childs the money and told them joy- ously what he had done they return- ed the whole .amount, with cold note that said: 'The you made by ing our instructions is not ours, but yours. Take it. Mr. Blank, your-successor, suus for New Orleans todav.'" the t'incher Creek public, school [been successful in passing the public sjchool leaving examinations. They anj Isabel Murdock, Mabel Marion White, John Miller, Roland Easterbrook, Harold Smith and J im- lailliau Thomas of aiso a successful- can-; tai la not sufficient to force ,the water to taps in. third and fourth storeys. For obvious reasons it-v-ouk' "to "have one force main for the two standpipes ,or two force mains for the one standpipe. and usefulness as well as convenience it is necessary to have two oi .each. For all the benefits resulting thirty- five thousand dollars is not much to A CALGARY THOUGHT (Calgary Albertan.) The _ foreman: of the C.P.R. shops at Lethbridge announces that during the live days preceding the strike, seven tj'-fivo engines were despatched, and during the five days succeeding the strike, eighty-five engines were despatched, and from this we con? elude that men are only in way in C. P. IL shops, and that the company was paying them just be- cause it was generous and liked their looks. W didate. A regular" monthly meeting- of the school trustees was held on 3itouday evening.. _ Messrs. Fraser, Foote, Boss and Kemmis were Accounts for the Hudson Bay for and Scott Bros., were passed. It was decided that the public school should be opened. ,ou the' first day of Sep- tember. Oti the motion Keux- mis, .seconded by Mr. Ross, the sec- retary was instructed to confer with Mr, Stewart, "the principal of the school, with reference to the advisa- bility of establishing "a high school department and that a special meet- ing of "the school trustees be called for Wednesday, August 8 I GET YOUR I Vertical Filet ami Transfer Caries The and best Hue of Papeteries in Sou- thern Alberta Printing No Order too No Order toojSmall ALTA. m City Real Estate PROFESSIONAL CARDS f OR. W. 5. QALBRAITH Physician, Office 914" Redpath St. 'Phone H 9 a.m., 2-3 7-8 p.m. NURSING ir K. UHEY Trained nurse open for Can be found at MM. W. 0. Courtlaud St. AT i GERMAN'S Coal, Ice and GOING SLOWLY pay. It is no temporary expedient J but a permanent improvement and i an ultimate source of economy. The fire underwriters as well as Engineer U. B. Smith urge the construction of both. The former's recommendation carries with it a promise reduced insurance rates if it is carried out, and the latter comes from an acknow ledged leading expert in municipal water problems. Vote for the by- law and secure the benefits of the ex- tra standpipe and -force main. Toronto, Aug. Contrary to what had-, been expected tenders for the power line of the Ontario govern- ment were not let Hoii. Adam Beck stating that in so important a matter it deemed best to go p.m. discuss the matter. The meeting then adjourned. Mr. .1. X. Gould returned this mor- ning from a trip to Winnipeg. The sympathy of many iriends isf extended, to 'Air. and Mrs. Anthony Geberdt on the death of their second oged 15 and a half years; The young lady's de- mise occurred on Monday night, at j the residence of hej: sister, iErs. Frank Caliahau. The deceased bad been ailing but death, which was due to heart failure, came somewfiat sud- denly. The "fuueral took place this altcrndoii to the Lutheran cemeterj-, and was largely attended. Western Transfer Co. .LONG BKOS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHONE ea City of Medicine Hat TkLllmii fvt Wfta Ite AMI ?li NOKMAN (Orchoolrai Tencher of pwaoforte, orgac, and oice production. Visits or pupils, or advanced. iching for exanu. Howard HOUM, Crabb itreot. r Ai Fva, I I I TAMMANY GETS READY New York, Aug. 14 Tammany Hall tonight through its executive committee took action looking to ac- tive prosecution of thevpolitical cam- paign in behalf of Democratic Order Issusd to Prevent Mother Tak. ing Daughter to Michigan. A Family Dispute Toronto, Aug. order was granted this morning by Chief Jus- tice Falconbridge directingr the sher- iff of Brant County to at -once arrest ND HAND STORE party in this oit.y find gave the Eva Whitfield, aged izanons formal endorsem.-nt to the Democratic national ticket. OUR POINT OF VIEW 'A Methodist minister down east smashed a couple of boxes of cigars that were offered for sale at n picnic. He didn't do smoking- any harm but instead injured his influence by cou- vincing everybody thai he had a bad temper. Pincher Creek Hon. Mr. Finhiy's fears a5iout pro- per transportation facilities to hand-j le this year's crop are well founded. If the strike js not soon settled Wes- tern Canada is not going to get its immense crop to the market and the coal mines will not be able to pro- vide the people on the prairies with coal for the same of cars. The strike should be settled at once. One thing is sure the pre- sent situation is creating a demand for a competitive rond through this part of the country. cannot be at thu mercy of the C. P. R. all the time. The Nest Coal Co., wo un- derstand, piiys a month in royalties to the .Dominion govern- ment. Surely the government can afford to return five months' earnings from thul to the hands of a rmnmiUee for the relief of Fer- nie, the of thi? district pro- ducing this revenue to the govern- ment. }Fr. Dunham the special crop repre- sentative, of the Kdmonton Bulletin, is spending a couple of days in the district looking over.the grain. Mr. Fred Collins, of the Alberta Hotel, leaves for Fernie tomorrow, t liking with him a consignment of dothing and: other necessaries which through the efforts of Mrs. Collins, have been raised for the Fernie sui- 'erers. Among those-who contribut- ed towards the shipment, in various ways were. Mr. and Mrs, Jus. Foote Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Scott. Mr. and -Mrs. Gco. Hays. Mr. and Mra. H. Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Breckenridge, Mr. and Mrs. Forster. and Mrs. S. TTewitson. Misses Taggnrt, Mr. E. J. Mitchell. An all-flay cricket mntch takes 4W ROUND STREET LGXDKFORTHE SIGN We have a large consign- merit of very superior sec- 'ond-baBd Household Fur- uiture on sale at our rooms. If you are looking for fiTst class goods at third class prices, come and inspect onr stock. Waddington Gbbon Notice to Passenoeps The City Council have made arrangements where- by a Bus will meet" the Spokane Flyer at COLERIDGE for con- veying passengers between that station and Medicine at a nominal charge of 75c each. I NT HAMILTON VYOUNG Room Whitnty Block. C.F K.C., D.C.L., 6. Morten Jones, B. C L CONYBEAftE (k JONES Uarrisiew, Solicitors. Etc Omee: Conybeire Block. W. C. SIMMONS 'Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard Block. B.RpBERTS City Clerk Canada Western Chartered Corporation Capila Financial Agents: Fiscal Agenta 'Brokers. for All Standard tatty Co, xlittWfe G. AODISOK Succesior To B. C. MOORED Director and Otflce-Nejl U> Preabyierian Office Phoce 102. Notice F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT 9 Whitnty Block. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Stuck, Redpath Alta. MQ STOCKMEN LIVERY BARJf TO EXCHANGE FOR 'Livery barn on Regina-Priuce 'Al- bert brrnch of C. N. Rv. with room. for f60 head ia live town of 700 population, gooa school, coun- try well settled. Will take stock tor part or full payment; For particu- lars see FORD TYLER Lethbridfe Hottl, THE MISSES. BROOK Fashionable Dressmakers- .Children's Clothes and Plain Sewing .41 Argyle WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION in Methodist Wesley Church every third Friday in the month at 3 p. m. visitors always welcome. -MP% A. E. HUMPHP.tES, Prei. MRS; CHASr McCLENAGHAN 8S-0 'ears, of the city, of Brantford. The almost unprecedented, action vas brought about as follows: John W. Whitfseld oi Brantford machinist, married-Mary Adeline Ib- in June 1904. In. Jnnft, 1905 Eva 3thfl was born. Oh June 4 1003. the family relations were shat. te-ed and the couple parted. By an tigreement duly drawn up the wii to get the furniture and the hus hand the child. On July 20 the wife went to the horn? of Mrs. -Lynburn, tiie husband's sister, with whom the child was staying, and, it is alleged kidnapped her. The husband busy and last Saturday notice of motion was serwd returnable tomor- row asking for delivery of rhild. The wife's father, Henry Ibittson, whom the wife and child were ;.tayirg, advertised the sale of his KILLED BY LIGHTNING Cayuga, Ont., 'Aug.- turning of! a wind mill during a se- vere electrical storm Jis. Blake Ste- wart a' young fanner of North Cayu_ ga was killed by lightning. HEAD B.C. SAD CASE Cobourg, Ont., Aug. David P.Russ, formerly of Hadimand town- ship was drowned in attempting to recover the body of an eight year old Finnish' youth .who had been drowned in the Ontagonagori river. He'Ieaws a widow and four 'child- ''jren. The DnlKERltj of llterta STRATHCONA. ALTA.- Classes 28rd, 1908. Courses "Offered leading to B.A: and B.Sc." Degrees. Four scholarships of each open for competition at the Matric- ulation Examinations in For'particulars write the President of the University, Strathcona, Alia. Lethbridge Lodge (39) A. F. A. Ml, G. R. A. Regular' irieetiiig night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a- hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER, G.V.STORKEY, w- M." Secretary, VV P- 0. Box U37 SATISFACTION IN TWAIN f Today tejts the tnlt- in wan. It's a pretty pood triioss that firaHer will win. The fair is over. Now let ns cr.n- contrale otir efforts towards carry- ing the bylaw next Monday. U-gid that the intention was that the! would leave for Michigan in evening. Mr. Louis F. Heyd, K. acting for the husband, i'lti-ly applied For the ord'.-r. The 'iiLsband was waiting and took the 12 o'clock train for home to have his arrested. The sheriff will pro- bably treat the prisoner with all due Consideration, and on receiving pro. KT r.ssuranco that she will Le pro. Incf'd wanted, will employ her iatht'r ns temporary turnkey. That's what every job we do gives. We guarantee to please yon. for we Ihorougbly. understancl our business. We have a'large stock of Wjill Paper at our and see it. See is for Paatiig, Paper Htve Dectntnf, lalsnmiEt etc. WELLINGTON BROS. Corner Cutbill and Courtland Lethbridge W. R. BROWN House -painter, paper lunger, wood finisher, etc. Carriage Painting a Spzcialty Phone 124 52 Argyle 1st Snnfortl Evans is to Jfayor Ashdown in Winnipeg next January. Sanford isn't much of .1 winner. Tie has twice been date for parliament, without success. The Iwst. he hrvs over been to do was to be elected a controller in Winnipeg on the Ashdown policy. j EX..MAYOR ECKERS NOMINATED Montreal. Aug. of St. Laurt'ncr division. Montreal, last nipiit nominntttl rx.mayor H. A. Ecers as candidate for th- Com- mons in the next general elections. Our Different Lines of Children's Picture Books and Boys' and Girls' Reading Books Have been bouuln a< a bargain and are beincr sold at Half Price I, 5Bbt m PICTQIE mm The Alberta Railway and IrriptiflR Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots Kortfc of tie Pailnad ail West of Westminster U. FROM EACH Westminster Meets and M o n d ays in-K. of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DA VIES, W.P 24-ly J. WHITE, VV. S by the increasing Bath Room have just received beautiful line artistic a wide Fixtures are finest, most plate, and you could not interested in and would be a have you call and them whether an intending or II Canadian Order of Foresters of 'oRjmJu. fe.262 Meets in K. of P Hall last Thursday of month. ting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R El DIG, F.S. LETHBRIDGE LOUut. nO, 3o C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the sccmid Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.m. 1 E. A. SHATIMAN, M. PRIEST, E. K. Secretary. Ixxlge Pride of Alberta, No. SMS of Bujliri kflctit Societ] Mwt in the. of Pjthia- Hall cvvry rtrst am) thin) Thursday in tin- nt S p.m. ViHitinjjf Irftlm-n iihrnyn wol Walter W. Frt.l T. Kobins, S-. Bor 57. TERMS EASY Interest 6 per cent, per annum One-third casli, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. CLARENCE POWELL Richard and PrihgJe's at Oliver's Kail on Friday Night I First-class Cafe Tkttl NTEl NMIt Slwrt Order Ictwctn Meals CARKOLL DOYLE --Lethbridge Lodge No. or- STATIONARY ENGINEERS in the Labor Hall evevy sec- and and fourth Mondays in month. Employera rtyjuiring certificated eii- gineers, p.nd out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with as. ROBERT NEVIN, W. A. DIOKSON. Secretary. 44-lfTdv ;