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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Siilm-flay, .August f HE LETIIBRlbGE DAILY 11 (f Western Canada Agency Ltd. South Alberta. Visitors to the City are cordially invited to cail and inspect our itock of Railway, Mine, Mill, Blacksmith's, Builder's and Contractor's Supplies Our stock.of thresher supplies IB moat complete, Including: Injectors Oil Cups. Grease Cups Ejectors Water Guagos Gauge Cocks -Air .Cocks iRubboi Endleas Tlnesher Belts' Rubber Bolting Strathcona Engross Canvas Thresher helling. Lacet Leather s Packings- Tank, 'Pumps t Ta-rik'.Pump Suction. Hoso Injector Hose.' Hose of Gasoline, .and PHONES 712 and-1170. MAKE A 'E Suspended Chief Denies Charges (Continued from front page) luft but Iho uliainnaii of linance was. too busy to igeL a chance to speak to him. Court if regular, license re- ceipts Riven. Chief answered, "No, not. interim receipts, merely the Court "Were the entered a hook V" Chief: "Yes." Court: "Did tlie auditor sec book showing these entries Chief: "No, he did not call it." j At this point Acting Chief liroivn j arrived with the papers in question, to pay" itad been written in re- am! was put in llui box. Ho produ'c- column liy the Chief, ed two envelopes, which, had got wilwer's caso tlie prison- from the sate, lie had seen them for er appeared on .March lith anil 8th, the first time on the nijijit of Aug. both marked jail 'on tlie charge 1, when .he had gone into the safe sheets, chief stated that he had iicv-l with Chief Gillespie, Chief had open- cr jeceived the 16 fine imposed oil the! ed them in witness' presence. lie hut had let Witwcr go to get went in to (lie safe that night be- hjj fine. He had got drunk and when Cliicf fliliespie wanted to find prisoner appeared on tin: 8th; two particular envelopes. He given two months in jail. yAt jthe-'cohcJiislon of tho Fair-yea terdiiy afternoon, J. W'liltncy Routed President In tbe' coop; Victor pleaded 'not 'guilty to the 'charge- of gambling and', was dismissed. Ales F. JIcGregOr on the charge" of'vagrancy icept with Scrgt. Brown, and then I'm not going'to say that you hava ffot'twenty 'days-'-to rest lip! Wm. "had told Brown where to find, tlia been Iving, hut am saying that votr Andrews, a Vag WM presented with six papers he wanted. memory is bad." I fmce leave the city while A r I -I- Fowler was dismissed on the charge Had Ucprimandc-J Brvan I to the .matters of. the era- witll thc.-police while eures, the Chief said he made era-' duty sures. .but on examining Coming to the third charge said that looked after the erica, C. Drewery. Chanipiou Belgian silver j cup presented -by Royal Bank, won by' W, C. Henderscn, Man. minute book, hook records generally, lie 'found that Bryan had at times made mistakes and he had reprimanded for it. Chief sw'orc positively that he nev- er altered any of the records ofr thtfj the various he swore that' North Ward Protests Again he had not erasures en There Is again much dissatisfaction the..sheels in -he among the residents of.North Ward .said that .he might-Have made thoj pyer tbe Mndiiiras of the street Ught- "iff system on- Westminster Road erasures on. said! .Avenue and believed it imghfc have teen Seventh Avenue.. For the.-past thre o.ights there haSj.ljeeu nothing bu darkness arid the Vat had never S T r bv-ihira Ixjcauaf the ollice in order to obtain money, Uuw his own -shown and he ___ _...... ounusc. _ hail. He supposed he mada are getting pretty wrathy ov. Sha'nd Got ;Mondy; back f -0asurc on the morning alter iho'the'matter. One or two ratepayei Regarding the Shand matter Chief case was disposed of. Hut Mr. Bent stated that he had never Icy had two months later, when-thi which had when arrest- auditor- was1preleii'tuwritteniUT'dfc- een d representative t authorities yofc busy and remedie -_. .ed, had never -paid He Bcnlloy 'c :onditions. If the street lighting cai Champion thoroughbred stallion, H.c explained the erasure en the write-in' the no'tatkm >'ccaus3 proner.shape the rat clmrge sheet by siying tint tho cloik he told the magistrate1 that he was; payers intend to get after the cbunc sup presented by Union Bank, won by McKenzie. Chanipjon farmet s double team up presented by J. D. Higinbotham t Co., won by Apthur Perry Champion Aberdeen Angus, bull, up presented by Herald Job Depart jb'acK to prisoner, and then had erased Bentley to make .changes..while: -tho had jirobably marked "paid" on the being charged up with SO bail mon charge sheet, but finding that prison- he had never received. er'had only of the the i Chief made' a n strenuous fashion. chiel bad ordered the money .giycn' the case. Steamboat Arrivals t: Mr. S. B. 'Mitchell, local agent, ba ,4ic ugot iWr. j veceiverli .WCTd Allan linei Milks a guess at this amount oi money. Wo havo a glass jar of money on exhibition in Winnipeg. Gold, bills, copper and silver in it.' How much -The jar pounds, arid one-half ou'nces empty. It holds (9-16) nine sixteenths a gallon of water. Weighs (20) twenty pounds (UK) eleven and one- quarter ounces filled. H baa less than (5500) five hundred dollars in it and more than (S50) fifty. All goes to tbe lucky guesser of the correct amount. Do you want it? Here's how yon can try for it. You ban have one guess for every, quart of SILKSTONE- t Flat Wall Colours "Smooth mm Stone" vou'buy any time between Sept. 1 and Sept. If you buy (2) two quarts yon have two guesses, If 3 three guesses and so on. See the photo of tbe gallon jar 6f money at Stephens' agent's stores. No one knows how much is" in it. Your chance is as good as any one's. Onlj the employees of the Stephens Co. barred from guessing.. All others quart of Silkstono entitled to one gupss for each tiuart bought, Mafte a gtiess. "it's worth trying. Sllkatone' is "the wonderful, beauti- ful'and sanitary new wall paint per- fected by this company. It is smooth na Bilk, hard as stone. Better than wall" "Make your home beautiful with and send in your gneas at the amount of money In the gallon jar. Make gue-ss, you may get all, the money. inent hj Ba-ttles atibles Iowa. Best collection; of: vsgetables, grown by dry-farming, .cup Resented, by E. A. Bwart, Cheiicry Jaggard. bushels Red Fife wheat cup presented--by, Wilson Home, 'wou by Hugh Macintosh, Mae- leod. Best six-horse team, champion cup of "paid" on tho charge .sheet, and marked in "given time" instead. Chief said he always drew clerk's at- tention to any changes which might have been made. Money Never Paid to ChlcE" Taking the case of Swanson', 'Chict said he knew of no record ci this case. He claimed it was apnihsr presented by Hudson's Bay com petition. Championship bird In poultry show, cup presented by Central Lumber Co., won by Mr. Boy n ton, an Ontario ex- hibitor. Champion N. W. :P. saddle auditor .was k Mr. Bal. was not at.all satisfied ,w.ith the ex- planation, because, made bis own notations .at the (time the cases were up, aad got niagis Irate to make altogether different IK tations two Coining to the llatiff license there G. F. STEPHENS CO. LIMITED Flint and Varnish WINNIPEG horse, presented" by two entries; no'award. Team Pulling Contest One'of the most interesting attrac- tions for the grand stand crowd at the Pair was a. team pulling1 contest, fn pairs of liorses tried conclusions with a wagon loaded with itwo tons of stone, and set in a of four and six Inches: ThR de- cision was based on tho team pulling the wagon highest from its Gibraltar- like moorings. The cont-ast started on Thursday nnd WHS completed Friday. It took some strenuous work. One team yesterday refused to pull to- gether and the driver had to get on the back of one of'the horses to make was a tilt between M'W Bali 'aud. GiHes- pie.' Mr. a.'distinct recbl lection that he Hnd ;not' spoken' to tlie case of neglect on Bryan s part. The onl? tlii-ce br'four weeks Chief had marlicd on the charge sheot !ajb, and was to after Swanson's name "given time." hold the money forva-few'days.1 Mr. The magisfcnitn's return shows that Ball claimed that GiUespie had spoken Swanson had been given time to pay. to himan April only a' couple' of .days Chief sWorc he hsvcr received the.Jli, atter Latiff Hcenae and'told the Chief to 'hold the money only a day or so until ''it was seen the amount of Swanson's line. If- hs whether Latiff- was. going' to apply to tlic cash coyncji 011 against the transient trader's Chief claimed that Ball did-not speak to him for months aCtor. It .was the case; of Hhc Chief's wordt against the word of had received it, it would immediate- ly have been put through book. Court Wanted to Know The court asked how much time was given :a man to pay his line; and ijjjy COUnsol. jhow the city could chesk up in caSs Regarding tho teiim.IicGnsea issued 'the fini! were paid. Chief" said tfcero .to Whitney, GUlespIc. swore in was no special time allowed. If !examination that he had spoken tc fine were paid in, the Chief said he :hpth Bowman and Mayor-Hatch abou. went back over the records and show- .the licenses. He had not considered i .nccssfiry to mention a.private matter ;to tbe auditor. Virginian, from. Liverpool, was IS1 miles east of Cape Race yesterday due .at Quebec today. West ern passengers should arrive Thurs day and Friday next. The Allan line Hesperian', from Glasgow, was report ed east'of Belle Isle, and should dock at Cjuebec'tdday and Montreal Sunday Western 'passengers will arrive L'ethbridge Thursday and Friday. The docked at New York yester- day, and passengers- will arrive in Lethbridgo on Wednesday and Thurs No B. of T. Meeting 'Evidently tho events of the week proved too strenuous for the members of the'Board of Trade, for only about seven lurned up at last night's regu- lar meeting; when the qiiestion'of tak- ing the navy out of 'politics was to havo been discussed. It is suggested cd the line to he paid. The Kodfieldt Case Regarding this case, Chief s never received the it work. There were fivo competitors, Amounting to which .Paul vVolt- and the first honors were won by j ers hud testified he !vid received and Smith Brothers Wilson; .second, [put on the chief's desk in payment.'of George Hole; third, Olo Olsen. the fine. If it had hecn received, it also swore again positively thai Lamb had never received a written order from him1 to collect nioney a; the although he bad go1 money from Lamb .which the-Ia-Hei got, from Ihe women, and had u it for bHar'itable Chief Gillospic was foi would liave been handed to Ur.yan to neaflj) three hours.. -II. T.- i.- through tlie books llic. morning after ifc was received. Referring to tlie changes entered on charge sheets by tho magistrate; ALDERMAN APOLOGIZES TO CHIEF Edmonton, Aug. 23. The resigna- tion of Chief of Police Lancey, which was presented lo Uio Commissioners (while the audit was on, Chief said he yesterday, was refused by that body, had asked Mr. ticnUc'y to rectify this morning, and., the Chiefs recom-jtiiem because they were wrong. Ho mendatiou for tbe reorganization not cxpiain why the magistrate the department was referred 'to fho Council. Alderman Day today issued a com- plete retraction ;cE: all derog- atory to the police, and' 'apologized personally to Chief Lancey. It Is un- derstood that this will end suit for slander Aldqrman Day, which ia now pending, had marked the cases "dismissed" or "suspended srent-ciicp" when, in each case the Chief had written in '.'given time to pay." In regard to the Lewis case, j, stated that dur- ing tlio latter went into the court': rogm; with a recejpt in .his hand. Latiit-had said he would the money, cfnd witness were there5 That closes the caye forVh'e do-fense. Ball etated that ho did-ilot' beHeve if. nccessni'yJtb''addree3 the court. Jlr. Eaton decided Ih'at iie: 'had' nothing hr particular to wished the court to .taKe cognizance of 'the entire lack of system. shown in cciinection with the -working of the How She Obtained'Good Bread 'I have been Baking now for 12 years" writes ono housekeeper, "and .have'estreated, the chid said thai he had levor Imd goodjbr'ead Ulil never received any bail money from payment of the line had apparently police department. been overlooked, but had liean through the books at the time of the PHOSPHORUS 'AIDS WHEAT CROP July audit.. j Urimntti of In the case of Vaughn where the thfi ma whpaL vieidg OJ, uie Illinots record book shows bail to have been direction of Dr.'Cyril G. Hopklua jus_t reported show thnt the oiijilieatlqn of phpsph' a Jn pnokBeea of cakes 1 llmt thp to Illinois incroascd the Write White Swan Spices ft Cereal's! marked the case but wheat yields from 14.4 busliels to .imited, Toronto for sample. I this had been done alter "jiivcn time buahels an acre- Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works SIMPSON AND NEEDS, Props importers'Of Scotch Granite 8th St, S.. 'near .3rd Avo, Lothhrldgo. VOU WILL BENEFIT BY GETTING OUR PRICES New Wheat Is on the Move, Next Week There Will be a Lot of it Started East- ward to Fort William. There nrc several reasons why grain- growers in this distriol should ship their new wheat through: J' BILLINGS CO., Grain Commission Merchants, 232 Grain Exchange, J Winnipeg, Manitoba. Here are a They gfve each consignment their personal attention, liberal advances on Bills of Lading, prompt returns when sold, fair treatment to every customer. If you have already shipped through this LIVE firm you belong to'. their growing' lirigado of "SATISFIED If a car and we will guarantee that you will Join that Army of the' Hyde and Saunders LOCAL AGENTS WarehoUH and Office, cor. 2nd Ave. t., and 12th "A" P; 9.- TELEPHONE 1244 ine Repairs We are now prepared to make New Shafts ami Gearing for.the better known makes of Traction at much less cost than you can bring them in. Why wait 3 weeks, when can supply you in 'three days? PHONE 332 LETHBRIDGE Why send out of town Get your VULCANIZING clone at home by D. E. MacDonald EXPERT LOCKSMITH GUNSMITH Rear Sporting Goods Old Stand 412-6th St. S., 1002 ,lmt a meeting several of the''prom- neut business men interested in the movement will be held some time early next week in tbe Board of Trade office -to discuss the matter. The Board will meet next Friday evening n St. Augustin's hall. GRAIN COMMISSION.AT CALGARY Calgary, Aug. forthcom- ng session of, the Grain Commission, o be held in tbis-ciiy on Monday, the :6th the Board of-Trade, Grain Exchange, United Fanners of Alber- a, and fcho d. The Griiin Exchange will ask progress has been made towards ho establishment of n survey board, work it will be to actras.-a sort f appelato court to review1 the isloiis of the local grain inspectors. FAVOR RADICAL PLATFORM Calgary, Aug.. executive- ominittae of the Progressive Oiti- en's league lias formulnted a plat- onn for submission to a mass meeting will include a plank favoring 10 recall 'in connection with civic dew Baron Cnl Miu Lump, Mine Bon M Screenings, by tfee ton or carUad f HONK a aft, office. The 'league atep' favors" five commissioners, directly responsible to to council, three year terms for the Alayor, the abolition of the ward sya-; tern anil single tax. A .New Discovery Machela, Nature's Scalp Tonic, the only remedy ever discovered that IB similar to the natural hair foods or liquids of the scalp. Has a record for cases out of 100. Price for complete home treatment; Sold and guaranteed by Jack- son Co. YOU SHOULD CONSULT YOUR SOLICITOR About Your Will And have this Company Appointed as Your Executor and Trustee The Trusts and Guarantee Company Limited, Public Administrator t Omclal Assigned for Judicial Districts of LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN 220 EIGHTH AVENUE WEST, CALGARY ;