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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TH1! LETHBRinGE DAILY HERALD Fruhiy, August i k LADIES! VHIT OUR BOOTH AT THE FAIR AND WE WILL MAKE YOU A PRESENT OF A USE- FUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLE. Ellison Milling Company VOTE IN FAVOR OF MUNICIPALITY ALTORADO COUNTRY ELECTORS ARE VOTE TO THE EAST 'AMorailo, Aug. was but little interest taten in the, recent vote on. the question o! constructing iiis municipality. The committee hail six polling divisions and .in aU but ono there inu a majority, however, thsre was con- siduahk opposition. Tlio vote stood JS8 for md 26 against the tioa. OK municipality Is number 31 and the name "Burlington" has been recommended. On ths iOth iast., a vote is being Jaken to decide whether the rural mu- nicipality imnnnliatsly east of ns will be Qonstructed, This municipal- ity sterna to be about the ontv un- fortunate one in the province- Lake yalrowW extends almost entirely acrosi it. And the settlers on the OM nnrer can have any munici- pal oaanbccion with those on tho otter. CLARKE CO. Phone 453 The Ladies' Store Block New Presbyterian Mission Church at Crow's Nest, Auditor Gibson Tells About his Examination of Police Accounts {Continued from (rout NO SHORTAGE OF BINDER TWINE LOCAL CONCERN DECLARES IT HAS A SUFFICIENT SUPPLY ON HAND "There wiU be no twine shortage !u Southern Alberta-this said the sales manager of the Internation- al Harvester Co, to the Herald this morning. We have pounds in Mock at the present time, and we can get) plenty more if In fact wo shipped three cars to "Edmon- ton as we thought we had, more than enough. The price will remain the same for the balance of the season The International Harvester Co. has never without twine this fceason this pear at this agency ex- cept .tor three This was fact.-that; several of their agsixti had cancelled.- their ord- ers earliir in the season when they liad booked orders with othor twine cheaper grades of twine. fNoir thne compaiuts are unibte to their orders and agents ara Mktug that their original orders be filled. Thii led to the cry of short- Kge which is not so. The sales man- ager thougtoti that the' smaller com- pantol tre trying to work up i s-pur- jjom Bhortafe of twine for the mere IMTPOH Of boosting prices. However, Mho ittniers are well stocked up jtiat mrf it IK not thought that any fucibef trouble will ba experienced. 1 Ryder, IL London, tethutor, fMth Hla rig rolled down a. forty-foot but aerlows in- tlma to The Chief explained to the witness tan be thought Vaughn had dismissed, and oil lea Chief jotting Magistrate Beniley to la "dismissed, H. he had accepted the explanation, although he had re ferred to the police record book, and found tho notation there "John Vaughn, fined fS.OO and costs, bsll es- treated, haM by Otilet" On March 19 James Barclay was and costs., Jii.OO in all. "It is marked on (marge sheet of that data "given time to pay." It does not ap- pear eld But the m'on-ey for Whttwjr team l amounting to and money for LaUff's JkvDM, amountinf "to <50.00, neTer mentioned, and nerer ap- peared on audit, tli rough out tbo Cross-Examined In cross-examination, Attorney Baton endeavored to bring out evid- ence to show the In the Sliucd caae, and tho estreated in tie case, were irregular, owing (o the difference in the time the various notations were, made on the and the police record book, but that the irregularities rested wifh the police court stenographer, rather than with the Chics'. The auditor, aald that the irregularities h.ut ap- peared peculiar to him, but he" had acr copied the Chief's explanat'om, aa he thought there may have bean :i clerical error on the part of Bryp-n, Eaton: Are you satisfied, Hun, with the manner-lu which the books of the department have been kept by Mr. Bryan? Witness: I was satisfied with thingv n a general way, although have been a few little discrepancies, which were explained, i The books gave a fairly good check on ona an- other. Regarding the Barclay cheque, tho uggeation was made that Bryan must have -bundled the 56.'00 cheque for" Barclay's fine in handing it over to the cashier on March :il, and he had forgotten to enter Barclay's cheque In the cash book. The Court, however, held that it did not follow that because Bryan was handed -the cheque to pay In on ac count of the fines on March 22, _tha he should connect the cheque with the flue. In question. The hands the chequea and money to Bryan, call ed for by the charge sheats, anc Bryan turns it Into the cashier. _ The witness said that ho could noi find any oUvar about the data in question to which iha J6.00 cheque could have been applied. His Honor, It would have been impossibly to check any one (6.00 entry agaiDHt another It might check against two or three entries. "RegardlnK Latlff and Whitney II- you did not know what ins-rnic- tionB the Chief hud about these two matters? Witness: I knew nothing about them tiJl afterwards. You Will Be Especially Interested In This Display of Newest Millinery and Ready- Garments All carefully se.loctod to meet the .ueiuls of women of I his-city and district from tho foremost imuiufiictiirer.s iu this coii.iil.ry who arc fumed .from ocean to only for the excellent make iuid splendid fitting' qualities of their pro- ducts but for their extremely fair prices ;uid uninatchahle values as We have exclusive control for Lethbrulge of Canada's recognized leading lines and every garment is hacked up by our guarantee of satisfaction. to to to to Newest Tailored Suits of medium and dark colored tweeds and excelleul, qual- ity serges, cheviots and whipcords in navy and black. A lovely range of gar- Handsome New Coats of heavy blanket cloih, with 'reversible lining, chin- chillas and pony cloths, shown in the Jinest run go of styles and values ever offered Tailored Skirts in big variety, including everything desirable in regular, as well as. small and extra large women's, sizes, featuring principally and representing 'very imusua'l New Fall Coats in an early showing, every one trimmed by'our expert millin- ers, who are now in the Eastern Fashion centres, sending us 'copies of tho newest American and Parisian styles as they appear Auditor Sutljfied i Referring to the report.. submitted by the auditor after the audit of July, i counsel showed that tiie auditor Quality Cakes Specials for Saturday llifobpn Cake, oach......... 20c. SFaderia Cake, .each 25c. Lunch Cake, each...........10c. Cookies, per iloz. Qet your order in if possible to-d ay You can get them at.... L. C. Tecple's Grocery, Phone 515 Dominion Block. Crawford and.Podger. Grocers, Phone 316, 6th Ave. South. Connor's store, 901 -llth South; Phone 1035. Street John Gilmoxe Store, 414-13th St. North; Phone 1027 or ask our .Drivers. John Gilmore THE BAKEK: Phone 378 C.P.R. HANDLED LOT OF PEOPLE BETWEEN THE CITY AND THE EX- HIBITION GROUNDS YESTER- DAY The total numljor of passengers handled yesterday by the C'.P.R. be- tween the qity and the [air grounds numbered going out and 2800 coming back. .'.These figures are very encouraging indeed .and show the immense travel outside of the num- bers of people who :travellcil mobilcs and other vehicles. The'street car system have rolled up landsome -returns yesterday had .it jceit in operation, as it was tho argest and most successful day of the fair: i was satisfied with the manner in which the 'books' of the department were kept. There were some liuld ir- regularities in the way tiie sheets were Uept, but he had ordered a different'system, and these mistakes did not occur. Re-examined by, Mr. Ball, the wit- ness said he had access to the vaul at the poIIc-3 court, during the audit but as it.was_dark he had not esan iued the -He undantt that the Chief kept'isome of his own and other city money there, buc 1-e had made no check of it. S. ,1. Shepherd was called 10 giv< evidence regarding the Barclay cheque. He had 'pai-d the fine for Bar- clay, making out the cheque, which was called for of the police force. Constable Forbes, s'worn, said he membered James Barclay, who was fined in March; that be had called ai Shepherd Dunlop's office for the o.hequc for the fine, and turned it over to the Chief the same .day. MEN IMPLICATED IN DETROIT GRAFT CASES WAS SHOT IN THE ARM Altorado, Aug. Today Jpliimr Walters met with a serious accident and only luck prevented .much more serious results. It seems u young ad from Lethliridge was visiting him and while at target practice with a rifle carelessness resulted in and complete the w6rk, shot hitting in the left Loading figures in Detroit bribery scandal, ..where half the city council has been a fretted for accepting or sol- iciting bribes. On the left it "Honest Tom" Glinnan, alleged to be. the gang leader, on the right is Alderman Louis TOZQ, and below is Eddie Schreiter, the council clerk, whose confession brought down the maledictions of the accused aldermen when he came into the court room. NAVY BEFORE BOARD OF TRADE TAKE IT TO CON81OEREO AT A MEETING An item of business of more than tassing interest will be ilie Fjoard of Trade tonight, when Cunningham will present or. consideration a petition praying .hat the naval policy be kept out "of tarty politics in Canada. After the lisciission Mr. Cunningham will sub- nit names' for ;t committee ot 21 irwminent men whom he suggests ;hould, circulate the petitions Mon- lav afternoon next-between, 4 and 6 HEAD CRUSHED LIKELY TO DIE I Coleman, August Stuart, a Scotchman, had -bis skull crushed while working in the ;.cement works at Blairmoro ycsLerdaj' aUernoon. He was taken to the Frank and slight hopes are entertained for his recovery. arm above the elbow. Tt is thought the wound will not prove dangerous. BAPTIftT DIVINE DEAD Vancouver, Aug. des- patches received by Ms daughter. Mrs. Dlxon If opera ft, report the death of Rev. Holand DwlgliL Grunt, laat night at his home In Waterloo, X.lf., after an illnc-as of nearly two months. Hav. Dr. Grant was.known throughout Canada for many years as a leading clergyman of iha Baptist denomina- tion, bus of late years as a noted tra- veller and lecturer. whirlwind campaign. This the outstanding iiem of interest for tonight's meeting. PEMBROKE WILL BE A DIVISIONAL POINT Pembroke, Ont., a vote of for to 23 against, Pembroke ratepayers today carried a bylaw to Kraut to Cannrtfan Northern On- tario, railway a bonus of ex- emption from taxes mid free water for of twenty years. The com- pany hag agreed to make this towti a divisional point of trans-conUnen- fnt line, and shops will erected Jicrt. ORDER OF GARTER ON NE'W EMPEROR .London, Aug. .George to- da-y conferred th-e Order of the tJarter on Emperor Yosohito, the new ruler of Japan. Prince Arthur of Con naught, eldest, son of the. GovGruoT-General of Can- ndaf will present of the Order to the Emperor; a'fter ,the fun- eral, September. J3, of the late Ein- poror Miitsuhilo. MOOSE JAW, NAPPING Prauhcl, CAUGHT' i-Vlcoae Jaw, Aug. an IS-ycar-oJd wag sent- enced Id 18 inon tits' iniprlgoniiiunt to- night for obtaining JK80 from Magis- trate Dunn Inal October. I'raubel, after bank hours one day, got tin-. suspect ing 'local Judiciary to cash him a worthless duplicate' draft on the Hank or Me was captured in Fornip, B.f., liy the Mounted Police a few days ago, MEN WERE ALL DRUNK REASON THEY DID NOT GET WORK IN TOWN. .OF MAGRATH In'police court'this of the men sent out to MfigriUh -to work: on the C. P. R. irrigation canal two or three days ago, "brought charge ainst T. H. Stage, tiie employment agent who seiit them out (.0 the job, in order to recover tiie money paid by him to Mr. Stage as ft fee lor obtain- ing ilie joli. The men went out to the work all right, but it out hi evi- dence Mini, they were all-miller-the influence of liquor they arrived there, and the man in'charge of th-o cfinai refused to hire them. It further seems that the man who laid the charge 'HI the polite court here was arrested and fined in .Mu- gra-th on a drunk and disorderly charge. Magistrate Beutley, there- fcr-a dismissed the men hav- ing misrepresented ilieir case to the police, and mode it appear that Mr. Stagg had sent them out to Jla- srath on this particular job, when the employer there did not want theniju all. This puts the position of the em- ployment agent in a vastly different CELEBRATED IN THE PAVILION SOME INDIVIDUAL HAD A CAR- OUSAL DURING THE STOLE WHISKEY Tbos-a in charge of one booths n on their return tliis mornins'that.theh-stand'liad been itilized for a carousal. Some halt- loxen empty battloo ;qf beer left be- lin'd testified to this. There some night, marauders about, and one oi1 them evidently has a fine taste for old Scotch, for F. Young, in charge of he Hudson's Ray exhibit discovered arrival today that one of the choice quart bottles bad been abstracted. Tho individual purloined tilt jpttle must have been'all ,on his lona- ome, for he used a sofa in the music land nearby for sleeping off the re- ult of his potation, leaving behind tim sufficient indications that he had amplcd tho con ten te of the quart to is last dregs. The gentleman evi- etiily somewhat o! a joker, for, to spice to the enjoyment he had at lie flnii's expense, ho took away with irn a Jin of the article from tba land. 'iTh'e inveHtigatlny lio {iffKir. HAMILTON LAD KILLED Aug.. in, 'age-d seven years, 67 Inchbury street; was Instantly' killed this nf- ternooii on York The boy became Wedged. between an autotno- bilo and a. [lump "wason. t He wae stnirk'by tho-former, and knocked un- tler the wagnn, nrlikh. over his, head. ;