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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME 3 LKTIIBKIDGE. Al.KEI I A. illUUSI'AY. DECEMBER l�. ISM�7. aid NDMBEK 7 The Store of Quality. McKelvie & McGuire Sfttisfactton Gaarsntecd c OUR mnv That long looked for cold wave is coming "Now. and is coming fast." We'll have zero wo.-tther in a few days, are you ready ? One of o,ur.......... HT-REfORM Hun =OKRGOJITS BIG DROP IN WHEATOIOP Figures for the Entire World Astooiufii^ WAGON WENT OVER BANK FEES FIXED Bad Accident m Mactedd Koad Across the River WILL BE HIGH PRICES Shortage Announced of Four Hondred Mil-iion Bushels What might have been a .-(t.'oij.s d'.'-curr�l last evening on tht3 '.icli!ot> KoAcI botwecn the bri'ltfc o/or :hi! river and a smaller OriJ,'c m r'>�!i a coulee. Carl Isaucson iVorn iicrtpss the river was drawinijf iv Ifiul of loose wheat to the city '.vhun jit the place mentionetl one of h.s l..':>rHt"j slipfKMl and fell on th^j ice on tho road. In the struggle to regain tKoir feet the horses kjckcti out tho draw-bo)it fas-tening the double trews, allowing the wagon to back over tho ' steep banli. Mr. Isaacson ju.st u -i-ttged to get off the wagon in t.ii.'.e a.s the Vi^hole business went  'or the hank on to the ice/below, whuru it in at "present. uy now that your size is Ler(i^''-^ 1. The transformation, as rapidly-,,-" as possible, of capitalist property sin �r" rccom-1 the means of wealth production (na-.. 4 . Gal. months. ^One of the men brought the ns' /-,!; ivor said '"Buy the piiw. Aid Wat- ego in Jjathbridgc. Aid. Oliver � , -f, ' , .' ,. � ..1  ^, , son ejected, to buymg the pii>e until made a motion granting their retjuest , - ; . , , . , , , ^ .,, ,  . , , .,,. Peat tind fulfilled his .contract. The but, Aid. .Howman pointed out that ^ . , � .1. ,, , . '. Council decidt , , - ^ , mnttyr until the sixtwii'hundred foot from � ta.\tftio>i as it was used , , . � , , . ^. level is reaciiett and the contract lulus a icsKieiicc and that the a.s- � , ... , ^, ., filled and Aid. Cunningham with-.sos.smeiit was only for the residence . = city wci-e to, pay the freight they ejght-liour day, compensation to miii;-shpuld' buy the pipe now and pay the ; ers for injuries. The Society of Eqiii- Mrs. drew his report. Council'" udjom-ncd 2aUi. to moot on the he had stolen anything. Ho suspect- principally fesvelr.\'. gloves, woollen od the other man. ; clothing, hnndkerdilrf.s, and ribbons. Jli.s.s Saunders corroborated Mi.ss ^ Mrs. Pulley, wii'e of the accused, Howard's ovid^nco. Ciirporal Wilson of the B.N.W.M.P. got jewelry out, of uccusefl's sleeve, and told of the arrest and .searching of the jirisoner. When he arrested the prisoner, the other mon had al-rendy .liocn nriv.stL-d by tho city po- 'corroboral-od evidcni'o of previous w t nesa. Sheriff Young on stand, said that two men nann-d S'Uwarl had entcifd for honiositeads on Xov. 212, 190G. north of Pulley. Soloniort Sage n homesteader, gave lice for being ^drunk and disorderly, evidence as to his ^(;iys a* Pulley's. Hi' paid his fine and was.pelcased. He had a-little inuk.-t diary from .'^orgt. ISgan gave tho' story of the which ho got his dnics. He kept tho McKELVIE & McGUIRE Only Exclusive Men's' Outfitters In LeitTabridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE OEAD OFFICE. TORONTO ESTABLISIiUD 186? B. E. WALKER, President ALMX. LAIRD, General Manager A. B. IREXAND, Superintendent of Branches Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 Rest, - - - 5,000.000 Total Assets, - 1^3,000,000 Braacbes tbroughout Cauada, and in the United States and Eng'laQd A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED COIMMERCtAL AND FARMEM';PAPER DISCOUNTEOI 84  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of $1 andupwards reedived, and tnterest allowed at nrrwnt rates.. The depositor is subicct tu no delay whatever in the witbdmwal of the whole or any portion of the deposit. CALCiARV II -M-'l-SllOLM I ON KK ^' BRANCHES IMAJLBKRTA NAAfTON STAVELV nWCHER CKEEK STRATHCONA rONOKA VEGREVIIXE TKir UEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LEAVINGS LETUBKIOGB MACLEOD MEDICINE HAT anost of the prisoner and of the ; KnglishniaTi-who was with him. -The Matter luifl paid his fine with money ^n.ri>ived from Butio. Witni'ss gnvo, i |iriscni-r's imputation. . Thoy did not j.iry to arrest the Knglishman, after j hi.s releas-3. fojiing sure that IKivis I wii.s thi'ir man, Prisoner was put in bn.\ and told his s-tory, giving nil c.vpliiiintioii of the way in which lie go't the watch. The judge in conclusion said that lie did not beli.s.>j thought it rivther strange inr ,-i man to carry his wife's grip uli-.u she was not with him. .lii.s-t lici-e tlif jiiil'.:' snid that he had madr up hi.i m nd and could not ion tho cvitlent-e emu ict the prisoiior. IIo accvjpLed his story ns true and it v.ns corroboia.led other evidence. Ho therefore pr.r n suituble candidate. BY-LAW QUASHED Rector Refused to Burn Insense. Justice Beck Gave an Important Decision Yesterday LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. K. NOUKSE, MANAOEI|, Ottawa. Deo. 17.-Rev. W. P. Gnr-rett,, who was appointed rector of .St. Barnabiis Church tbi-ee months ago, has resigned on account 6f the friction with the congregation, who wanted the inconaa burned,but which �the rector refused. At the Supreme Court sessions yesterday .lu.stice Peck gave his decision iv>gardin.ff the Early Closing Uy-Inw rece.rtly pn.sKCd by tho City Coun cll and probe.stod against by L, Keol, merchant. The reasori given was that tho ti.yliiw was discriminating nnd tho city hnd no power to pass discriminating legislation. lUiger.s, for the company, wlio wius in-o.sLMil, said lhat he had told the engineer to .get the piece and ho would piii' for i Canada I-aw Book Co. 12..'50 WeS'terii Wnruliouse & Transfer Co. 11..'^^J Hays M'fg. Co. ir,AS C. W. Higgins '2.25 Hogei-s-Cunningham Lmbr Co. .111.89 Mrs. Anderson, Isolation Ifospital 40..'>0 G. C. Cropley Sft.OO The annual rcfiorts of committees on Thurs'day, ft is impo.ssible for Judge 'W'-iier to hold IJistrict Court while-, the Su-piv.niu Court is in scssnon as tlioni are n'ot the necfissiLiy judicial staff nppointed. The ea.scs that will conie belor-' thf. District Court ar^ B�x. -.'s. I I'-du muck, Ui'x. vs. Hinglej','~Hcx v.v. jio'l TO UNSEAT HIM Action Taken .Against Medicice Hat Ciik; c'dlor ^ � m (Western Associated Tress.^ - 3 'i^ MailR-mc Hut, Dec, 17.-Atva; tn�ja(iiig'ol i'. 11. Babinfftoriv, .leleotcd AUIerinuu by ticclatnation..'puiii i^'Dco, 2i)d. He is not a naturahTjedj. gcrs. 'J'hero aiT a nuiuber ol! 'le.bt cases to be trieil but it is not yet dcturinined whether .ing the high'price of Cana. an (lour awi second tho fact that .fiipnnc.su aix; not accu.ftonied to high (|Uality .Hour. .Ja|janeK� importa tioiis of Hour increased eight hund-r