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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta � ^ * � t i - 4. P r r |l * J volume a ft. \$ AAfth �s: *U.fem_ LI TIIHUIIMiti, AMiKl I \. THUUHI'A V. DECEMBER Itt. IIMI7. NDMBEH 7 -1 The Store of Quality. McGuire Satisfaction Guaranteed BIG DROP IN WHEAT CROP WAGON WENT OVER BANK FEES FIXE Bid Accident on Maimd Koad Across the River Figures for the Entire World Astounding What might hiwc been a r 'r.nus n*> curred lust e\ening on the 'iieieud Ho.ul hotwccn the bridge o or At the Meeting the City ihe OUR WRY WILL BE HIGH PRICES That long looked for cold wave ifi coming "Now. and is coming fust.'' We'll huvo aero wnthur in a fow duys, arc you ready? Onuof our.......... Shortage Announced of Four Hundred Million Bushels FIT-REFORM TWEED OVERCOAT will fefcl quite cosy. Why not buy now thai your aizo is hero at any prieo you want to pny $i to 25.00 (Western Assoclatod Press.) r [ F.ondoii. life. 10.-The v/hout crop of I0O7 has fitllon short of thnt er and left the stun* there. He Htuyi'd there all night. His name nnd he was looking for bind. lie said that he had had an acclrlrtit and ran over his wife's tfrip .limn It. Davis, of Mntfrath was nc- Ho I,u'1 lh� �lun in ft bntf aml ll(ft |t niwd in the Supreme Court on Sal- hanjflnu in the barn for four or flv� unlny aftv-rnooi\ of skuiling a watch und a brooch from Melon Howard, the sauie lady f puinlt'd Itenuty as npMMriil in Ibe Kant* ease Friday. Helen Ilowanl. \Uf lir^L witness eall-i�d I y the Crown. said that Davis uioml mine, but huil never had uny was drunk when hi* en me to Hie boose and she helped tlu� prisoner to her room as lie npivnreri to be Hti'k. N*� other parlies except the witness nnd his friend were present. She missed the waieh half an hour aft��r he left. Three dollars a:vl a hhin planter wt�re also missing. To Mr Harris siie said the prisoner., slept in the room but the otiier linn was in the room several limes, SI e a dm i tied thai the other man had n t*�tter opportunity to talie the siniT juid stvmed to be in a ureal bur ry to aiMi'u�ni away without Da- tnonths. l>no of the men brought the stun into the house. He knew Theiu as he was the man who had v� itched a hmd of hay for him at the Diu- woit.K with him. m He did not w** the notices in the post oflhv.anil would not have known it by the description niwn. With feelings of r\dief that the municipal year was ending Mayor (fab bruith. Aid. Oliver. Howmnn nnd Vrooman assembled In the Council Chamber last night, while Aid. Watson, CunntUKhuin, and Mactjeth snort ened their belts and got their decond wind it�ntly for the kecond round of the term of municipal Hervico. P'.ph. IMxon wrote reminding the council thnt as yet he had heard no* thing of the compensation he bad asked for the injuries done his" U-imu at the scavenging dump. A letter was read from \V. C, Simmons s.t'.c-Uor for ihe Dixon Transfer Co. deal lug with the same matter, liefer red to the solicitor. Ij. Keel wrote the council asking the outlay incurred by him in quashing the bylaw be paid by the city, t>eiiig the party responsible therefor. Deferred to the solicitor. �I. \V. lloulton wrote protesting against the city paying for the lights burned all day. The Committee reported that the city had never l>een asked to pay lor the lights burncsl out in the North Ward. ]t$m Li � 1 day license. If the show Is as net-j stated that candidates would assured-vcriiwl it ivbate of 8100 will bo j \y be placed in the field in the rid-given. If the show is objectionable | ing8 of Calgary, Edmonton, Macleod " -' the police oati close up thu show nnd j nnd Medicine Hut. He was not ccr* the keep the license paid. Kn ter t ai n men Is g i von pn rely for church or benevolent purposes have t i to pay a license* as heretofore but rebate will Is? made on application. Aid. Cunningham brought up the matter of the freight on pipe for the gas well nnd ns chnirmnn of the Kire Water and Light Committee rvcom-mend, d Its payment. Mayor Gul-bra it h objected, birlievlng that thj Company should put the well down the 1C00 f�vt without a cost to the city of a cent. Aid. (hum ngham said that would he all right If the council had not put ii up to the com pnny to g�-l the heavier Pb>e. The Mayor Judged that all understandings and agreements were not o|H�ra-tirve until the company fullUlwl their tain about the other three, but will j make n study of conditions. After some discussion the platform � of the Socialist part was adopted. The vote upon this was 37 to 0, The leading planks are as follows: 1. The transformation, us rapidly as possible, of capitalist property in the means of wealth production (natural resources, factories, mills, railways, etc.) into the collective property of tho working class. 2. Thorough and democratic organization and management of industry by the workers. 3. The eBtablinhmont, as speedily as possible, of production lor use instead of production for profit. There were 35 resolutions passed, the most important being those fav- i-ontrait t�> go tlv Hioo feet. If the ored by the miners, including the To Mr. Conybeare, the man Stewart had Iv^'ii ihere (our nv lUe nights w it hi ii a wee!:. 11c. U�x *-* no reason for leu\ irii; | he s'( if) |..�h ind. Sii^e. a homesteader, was i\w only piTson presii;tstead>vr, gave a\ idenee as to his a \s at. Pulley's. He had a little pe� t diary from which he got bjs dn..-*. lie kept ihe 1 , Vslues In Ken's Suits at from $6, $L $10 & $12 Knglishiuan who was with him. The Im;,-r had (mid his line with money r.i\eil from Untie. Witne>s gave, pr.soner's ivpulnt ion. They did not ! \ \ t�i arrest the KugUshiuan. after It s ri'lea*. , feeling suii* that I hi vis was their man, Prisoner Was put in the bo\ and told bis story, giving an explanation of the he jjol lite waieb. Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Lettxbridge * The judge in conclusion snid that le did not belie\�� lhat Davis did steal I he watch but rather that the Kuiriisluuun laid d>iiie so. The police under the rircuuiKianees should not hn\e let the oilier man go. Davis was discharged. as to his doings an his time on the hor t le book was a �' To M r. Coiivl.i-ar-it ru'hcr si ranee i--his wife's grip ^ i with him. .1 list hi re t he jmi way in which had madf tip br on t he ex iditu * He ace-Lipted his sti't \�ns corroUorai-*tl 1 1 le therefore prom not guilty. mi as to prove - .-ad. The lit-r.'ference. v\ it nes.s thou^hL ,i man \^i carry a she was not a i-ii'i  Mtid that ho -^t*rday wiili ilu1 fulUiwin^ �dlic�'l'ri: l*'!.-i-I'lv-iidcnt, Moriimcr Prii'iit. I'r. -id, ni. r. i;,s� Tat.�. \ i.'.-l'r-t. U H.:li y. in-ill >r, Anpun Ituy. S. ri'i-iMy, * 1. V. Htoikey. Tp-usim-i'. K. ,i Hiildivy. Wi.rtlrn, 0. Winklrr. Pii-A.-i. T. J. Wliiti'. , S.-iitiii.'l. T. O. MrNnbb. A. i\ Mc'K��"U. the urgiinizcr, in- j .-tai!*d the *dliw�rH. Tho N or^uinKi' N*'.sts at Frank n/id Cljli*iii;in. Otuwti, Out . nunnc^nu'nt is I"''1 Clifford S\Ui\ wiW for Hriiudnn or ency at tlu* u- i timt \us will 11*! tilt' IH'Xt idcr'i":! 17. - Tin- 11 n- mintf that Hon* \ b  11 ciu.didiiit' cdbr-r ofinatitu* ml rb'irtnm. YU> �i'Mit bi'usi'lf. at nd tin* party friend* in Hr.�r�d' ri will thcrofon* soon be luukiiu: f-i ;i nuitablo candidal o. BY-LAW QUASHED t t;Au;AJN LK LEAVINGS LETHHKIOGK MACLEOD STAVELY NAXTON PtNCHER CREEK STRATHCONA VEGREVILLB Rector Refused to Burn Insense. Justice Beck Gave an Important Dccisioi Yesterday fONOKA MEU1CINE HAT r*lt|T UEtR VERMILION WETASKIW1N LETHBRIDGE BRANCH MANAGER j (:ttuwn( Dep. 17.-Ui'V. \V. IV Onr-|n*tl, w 1111 was uppuintt'd r�*ct�r of St. 15ai;nilnfe riiuroh thivo months has rrsi^ivd 011 account of t!u� friction with tho congregation, who wanted tbc inc-ns^ burm.'d.but which I'tlu: rector refused. At Ihc Hupn^riic vmr's taxis, which wiui done. Chief l'urry's iNVdruuiendiition that (k'or^l* t'rihli K� placed on the polio* fonv to till the \acniH\v was taken. I*. F. t'oii) U'an'. K.l*.. wrote ad-^ i*ti*g the t'ourtetl to contest tho cluiuiH oi \V. Ii. Whitney fur horse lost in sower tivmh and liixou Tran- sk*r (*n. ior hot lies injured in the t]uni[�. His advtre was taken. j 1 -iij;iii.t'r Armdd repitrted that the ri ad grader had th*, said he had toltl the en- gineer t" i;et the pieee and he would pay for it. Tie eugituvi' was order ed to c*l ll�e broken piece. J ^iigin. .1 Anudd recommended that W. W. llf \ n 11 id the ('uuniiig-Uryioi Cn. lie paid snVi for making a lvss-j'Ool al thi* lsu)at:on llo.^pitul and that be paid ihe r.eiu ley l'o. for cement used. The Council considered (hut in view of the -trouble o\er the hospital huildtng thai the account U' i*e|eriv�l to the fiuuniv committee for eerl ilicat u.n, lAtt>iljridg[e Wiiollen Co. said that, they would pivier to ;m.\ reidal tor wuler liielii-s and a.^I.ed 11 lO c:'iils Iter 1,(100 pa lions was th,j lowest rale 1 hey roald s,-rmv inr WiiI.t used lleu'irv�il to Council oi C.IOH. The sivr. iar.\ t reasu in-r was auih-nri/A'd to ad.eiiise for tenders for the del�e'it ur>*^ ree. n'ly pass-*!, such lenders \ki Ito mi b\ �lanuary lo, IDort The accounts oi\leivd paid Wt'i'.t us t o 11 o w s: ljt-lhhridge I'eed Co. Coo. Kirt h Win. Ol*\er A. Kuslon & Co. Town of Madcod l**lh. Kleeiric Light. Co. Cent ml 1 lard w\i i*u Co. Iji'th. Kleel nc Co. power City Cartage Co. McKeti/itf Hoy (ico. \V. Holjiiison, reluming [ Olticer i\ Al. Arnold Southern AI her 111 N^rw h Canada I-uw IhioU Co. \\ 'Stein Warehouse & Transfer Co. Hays M'f'g. Co. C. W. IligiriiiH HogiirK-f^iririinfrhain Jimhr Ca. 511.81) Mrs. Anderson, Isolation I lospitnl (3. C. Cropley Peat had fuldlled his cmitnuM. The i'ouncji dt>t:idc�l to do nothing in tht* matur until the sixteen hundred foot lew! is reached and tie rontrnd ful-lilled and Alii. Cunningham withdrew his report. Council udjourned to meet on the DISTRICT COURT FRIDAY Judge Winter Will Held First Sitting 0 Friday light-hour day, compensation to miner* for injuries. The Society of Equity aIko brought forward gome important resolutions. An orgnniv.atinn was affected biking the form of nn executive of Haven member*. A local quorum of four includes Messrs. Henderson. Harri-son. Howell and Jlrown. The other three arc .Messrs. Springford of Edmonton, McCormuck of hethbridge, j nnd Evans of Tabor. To these latter were added Messrs. Scott of Frank. Morgan of Bankhead, 1 and Smith of Coleman. 1 Mr. Lcheney wus appointed organ-; izer. The convention selected the Great 1 West ns its organ, provided that pa-per would give sufficient space for ; the cauho. : i m \ _ J_ r - F- - fJ ! - ( i .luil^r Winter, tlio nowly appoinlrd j district judge for li.'tld)ridge judlciul j district airi\rd in the city this mor- ' 10114 to assume his olhcial duties. Ii,. . will hold his first court at the Cmrt Mouse mi I'riilas morning, tile Sn- 1 piviii.* (*ouri closing l�y adjournnierit [ on Thursday . j It is im;>o.~,sihie for dudg^' \\"* Her to hold Ihslrict Court while the Ssi. \ i piett.e Court is in wss'ton as I*ier�� are in 11 ilie ii-ei-t�ssiir> judicial stufT appointed. The cases that will come 'lelor* lhi* . 1 Ust rici ( oitri ar-? \l.�ioni-r 111 the far east . re|'ni Is to l h" I*.l�art-M. lit of Tr.ide ami Commerce ou the I usMhih ty tti w ork ing up a la rge Ilu ir tia'ie villi .lapau. Two 'things stand 111 the way of development, I ho I.rv, l�. iiii* the haih'priLV of ('ana- , flour and set-und the Itu 1 that1 .Japanese ai\� not accustomed tohiirli'i qiiiility �ih�ur. .lapatie^' nnporta I l ions of Hour in.,ivas�,er o-nt in ten years, hut I'mm-dans are not. get t ing any real pro-I ortioti for the nho\e results. Can-ad an products are too good for the market, (Western Associated Cress.) uitavi�, l>ec. 17,--.Justico Killam lea\es this ue�*U for Wiuui\K^ whore he will ta!�e up the queMion of the new C. P. U. freight Uu'ilT it^.ivist which inaoy wes'iern boards 0/ trude ere in arms. Hales bet wet n lHilulh and Winnii'-'g and Port A rt Ii-i-' juud { Winnipeg recently also he considen-d. put in force* wid STA.VLKV CCP DA'iTCS .i'i 1 1 1 TielH r (Western Associated Pivsa.) Ot law a. Per. 17.-Stanley Cup Trustees Hush and Foran have derided that dates suggest oil by the Wanderers for series of gamef wHl? Winni]�eg for trophy, January 25 and 40.50 as.00 Tho annual reports of committee* tl.ey will bo deported. A telegram has been rexsoivud here for Anton (Jixwel, saying that his wife and family are stranded in New 27, arc satisfactory, and n the'cvwai-;'^ of Wjnnipeggors deciding to co�i|ft,;^. cutft will compel the Wanderers i,o$^0 fend tho cup tho �r�t .week in Jaiwfi^ York aiul unless the husband and father sends more money to brhigthcm here, wlfcero it I? clabncHl ho lives, nry  �'.'��S^if" ;