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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, December THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD Majestic W. B. SHERMAN. Manaqer. PHONE 041 COMING TO LETHSRIDGE. HIGH CLASS ATTRACTION. WEEK OF JANUARY 2nd MR. SANDFORD DODGE SUPPORTED BY Miss Adelle Niekerson and Excellent Company Presenting the World's Greatest NEY YEAR'S Three Mutkateers" NEW YEAR'S EVENING of Venice" Three Muskatttrs" THURSDAY..................... and Juliet" A guarantee attraction; all special scenery; ele- gant costumes'; wonderful electric effectt; crowded houses everywhere. your seats EVENING 25c 31 MASONBROS. BIG First and. only performance in ar- rangement. romr-'Se- 20 PEOPLE 20 cars and Band and Free Street Parade: SPECIAL MATINEE .ON SATURDAY Special Children's Prices, 15c and 25c, Night Prices... PHILLIPSBURG, PA., ON FIRE Asthma Catarrh WHOOWNG COUGH CROUP MONCHlTtl COUGHS COLDS CCTAVUSHIB A itmpta, tiw- chial trooWw, without doting itcttwh With with with jooof ehibkva tnd book to nfcntfl fromAsthmrn. Send tupocttlfor booklet. ALL DRUGGISTS Try Antl- icpttc-Throat ASKS COUNCIL FOR COMMISSION To Deal With Morality Q u e s.t i q n Chief's Letter. Chief Gillesp e in his report to the city council, forecasted, is Asking for a commission to investigate thr- oughly the whole matter with regarC to the segregation problem. Ac the 'conclusion of his report in which he makes several recommendations to the council he has "Regarding the social evil in the city, I regret to say that matters have not improved since the.breaking up of the area. Instead 01 having "it where it was we, have it scattered'throughout the city. I have received numerous complaints -from respectable citizens of annoyance they are subjected to by, men rapping at their--doors at nights asking for so and -excusing themselves when they find out their mistake. "Convictions are nearly impossible, as -no .respectable man or woman cares to -be mixed up with this matter in the. police court. "I would humbly suggest that a commission of all classes be called to discuss this very important mat- ter, and to find out" what is best for the interests of society in this mat- ter." He does not make any further sug- gestions asrto who should" compose the commission. He. is deterrainedt however, not to be made to take the whole responsibility for-the formation and carrying out of a policy' with re- ;gard to.the social evil in the city. THE NEW 'JEWELRY STORE IN THE KOYAL BANK BUILDING is now thoroughly equipped to turn out first class work in every branch of the trade. watch, clock, silver- ware, or jewelry will have our personal attention. Manufacturing Jeweler Cor. 3rd Ave. 7th St. FELLOW HAD A STRONG is the high Pa., Dec. entire business section, of Phillipsburg, Pa., is threatened with, destruction by fire which started in the Schoonerer block early today. This block, in which is COMPLETING M powisitipN One Contract and Part of Still to Be Done i fTPork on the power; house and pumping station, is being rapidly com- pleted- and .nowr remains to Ue done.-is-..the-steam and -wateV.piping and about. of the electric wiring. The latter work is.being'done now and .-will soon" be The contractors for the piping, McCall, -of have their men on the ground yet, although the most of their material is. here. Tne finsl, shipment yet, to come from Glasgow, Scotland, "and as soon as it arrives their representatives will be here. ai. C. Butler, the repre'sentative of the Henry R. Worthington Co., of New York, has completed of, the waterworks steam pump which the company -put in and -leaves tonight Chicago. The Canadian "Westingho.use Co. have completed at GOLD WATCH FOR LETHBRIDGE MAN Honored by the Station- ary Gets High Office .Edmonton, Dec. Northwest Stationary -Engineers' Convention clos edvhere last night. Before breaking up the sixty engineers present from all especial Jiohor E. H. Oliver, Leth- "one of the oldest, best .inform- ed and, most popular stationary- en- gineering 'experts in Western Canada." Oliver was presented with a gold; watch and gold fob set "with diamonds; ONE DOLLAR BRINGS A BIG RETURN St. John, N. B., Dec. A very substantial sum of money is soon to'be received by three St.' John citizens, who .recently .invested a one dollar bill in an American lot- tery.' a month since Daniel Cfonin and Hugh Of Fairville, and John D wyer, of Miiford, purchased a lottery, ticket valued at one dollar. Today a wire reach- ed the city to the effect that of a prize of which would give them each. Hope of White Race Hanging Around the City Somewhere The hope of the white race in its search for a man who can Knock out Jack Johnson is .somewhere in Leth- bridge. 'Mack Brown, says that he know who the man is, but the police .magistrate was not so sure. Mack got loaded on Saturday last and according to the evidence giv en jr. the police court this morning was insulting to sonic ladies who were in the Coaldale restaurant. Jack Taylor was there also and one of the ladies asked him to'put Brown out. Taylor, according to Brown, is the man who has the knockout punch. Tay- lor says he only grabbed hold of Brotfn and shoved him out of the'March place and did not" strike him. He had i April four witnesses who, coroborated his May statement- Brown says that Taylor i June gave him a- blow on the jaw that I-July...... broke it in two places and broke thej Aug'ust jaw on- the other, side of his face in i September one .He had- on-e witness who October upheld his-statement that Taylor: is i November the, man with the mighty punch. Dr. j December Lo'veririg ;t6qk an :X-ray photograph of' IS CWSE10 1910 RECORD Decrease of About MOOO-Record By 9btM -Showing, Considering Conditions, is Satisfactory v -A i ,Y The total amount-'1 per-1 The -slump toward1 eiid '-'the raits for the year "shows a slight de-i year'was not very pronounced and crease from last year-'s record, which'' was doubt due in a very The total this year up to this afternoon is as against; last .year, a decrease of :u comparative records by months sure to a shortage of money; due; .to the the 1909 January February SGjlTS 1910 Spokaae, COMMISSION -SYSTEM Dec: today STRANGLED NEW-BORN BABE Montana Woman is Arrested and, Con- fesses Crime Dec. ola Kelley, aged. 29, was arrested: to- day and charged with, first degree mur- der in connection-with the death of a new-born babe whose body was "found in, an outbuiidlnip yesterday -with a neck.. The woman confessed and told of -tying the string abo.iit the 'child's neck and then throwing the body into tiie the' -Kelley's liasband died two years .ago and practically .destitute, five little children to live with her The gift was made in -view of the fact- that Oliver for five years since the inception of the NofthVest Stationary. Association carried the re- j I.Irs. H. S. Lord and Mrs. J. G. r-rominent residents of Ham- ilton. The woman, told a pitiful story of her efforts to save tier relatives from' humiliation. She was confined to her bed but one in connection with, the birth of the cMld. of the.year record is very satisfactory.- INVAWl GHTSil Alberta Electe adopted the commission form of gov- ernment, after a .bitter factional news paper fight'. The vote, at 10.30 j tonight, with oaV'Small precinct ing -being for -and the jaws, and ,the' photo shows that the. fractures! are there alright, who- ever did the punching. The evidence was so conflicting and as the.'preponderance-of-it. upheld Tay lor's denial.-that he was, the man- who; did.-the Magistrate Ball .'J... J. 'Cameron, of .Smith. after Tay- lor's .the question is, who struck..Mack .The big-'iThe commission bylaw, includes the] counci1 concern-, fight promoters want, to know.- .They (latest and best in "commissions, such their; ,c would, willingly pay His fine, if.. they'as the and re could get hold .of, who could smash a man's jaw" all-to pieces at on-e poke. Jack Johnson himself would fall a victim to one such blow. against, Charter In response .to a NEWHEAiJFOR MAGRATH PAPER Magrath, Dec.-. R. W. Bradshaw left today for -Chicago where he .will purchase- car of pure-bred Percherpn stallions 'and rrares..; A large number "BILLY THE TRIED-TO-SUICIDE Calgary, Dec..; .Steele shot himself in mor- ning, and is to recover. He expressed regret's that" he Vas un- successful. His age is about' 35. He came here where he was "Iniown "the have no desire nor could" Alberta' Electric -Railway- copy of so a reap shdwin'g where ed In his letter tho "We understand that tion. has been.', made'. may pa-lities, through We need scarcely assure you fonaer; home is :in had'been working here in 'a'cafe.' of already. sold. whiclT. shows .that the farmers] of this district are .going' pure bred animals, 'and that 'they have con- fidence in. the Percheron horse as an agricultural .'type. ..Mr. Bradshaw is principal breeder of pure bred Per, cherons in this 'district and has some GETS A-YEAR 'had, the .desire; to secure right's upon.'- the without; entering able'i agreement Svith when our charter able. to. Ome she arrived, in Hamilton recently with j of. the "best Worses in. the province on 'his Rosedale Farm, five miles south sponsibalities of Grand Chief, interest was shown- in election .-of of- ficers, which followed the return of delegates from the rounds of the city factories. 'The results -fol- lows: Grand Chief, R. Niven, re-elect- ed, Lethbridge; Vice Chief, C. A. De- fieux, -Edmontoa; Treasurer, 2. Cullen, Calgary; Secretary, W. Cunningham, Caltrant Onranizer, A. Stuart, Edmonton; Door Guard J. E. Kelly, Edmonton. On Novem- Der 7, 1911, the next annual conven- tion will be held in Calgary. situated the Bell telephone exchange, tlle station and :tb.eir represen- is already In. ruins, while the Phil-j tatiye has also left r" Jjpsburg Opera House is doomed. Tyrona, Clearfleld and Houlzdale Save been asked- for. assistssee. -A of water work by the firenian. INCREASED cusi Saskatoon, Dec. 3 AT MARRSES RGBiNA SASKATOOM to a statement given out today, the .cus- toms. .revenue_ figures for Saskatoon for 1510; "when compared witii those for 1909, show an increase of over three hundred per cent. In 190y, the total- figures" were and up to today, with another day and a half to be added, figures for 1910 show Albert Jardine Weds Sitter of Girl Who Was. Murdered Goderich, Ont., Dec. mar- riage, of Albert Jardine and Miss Hoblna Anderson, sister of the victim of the recent murder for which Al- bert's brother is being held, took .at .the manse here yesterday THe "bride Is a daughter of "wm." An- oerson of -SaltfowL. This morning the father reported to -the--police that his daughter and inves- tigation .fact that she had been married and that, the .couple C? J- 1.. t OF CHINESE STARVING Toronto, Dec. dan- ger- of floods and starvation stares netweea. two and millions and three million inhabitants in the face, in .the provinces along the eastern side of China. For the purpose of sending assistance to the -mfortunate people a'special meeting of all foreign missionary societies of every denom- ination was held here this morning. SENT New FIRST NEWS OF BATTLE OF GETTSBURG York, Dec. Homer Byngton, once part owner of .the New rJc Suii, alia a menu, of Abraham Lincoln, died today at the home of nis son in Flushing. He was 84 years old, and for sixty years was the ed: itor of the Norwalk, Conn., Gazette. Mr. Byngton was a war correspondent a grand total of -These fig- was staying at-the home of friends'duriBe the Civil War' is said to for the-calendar year, and not j on David Street. fiave sent first despatch to New for the fiscal year, which started on j April i, the which are In excess. Cobalt, T A HEAVY LdSS Dec. Manager Titus, of the Bartlett Mines, Ltd., says the company's loss by fire, at Gowmantea will hot The machin- ery was not injured, and is worSred again. Electric Restorer for Men the body restores -------re decav and all sexca] weakness averted at oacs.: PJiosphoaol, will make you anew jaaiu Price-JSabox. ortwo for Sa. Mailed to any address. TheScobcU Drug Co.. St. Catharines. Oat. A UNION DEPOT AT CALGARY Calgary, Dec. is a verv persistent rumor afloat that the C H. and the G. T. P. intend to use "the same right of way and the same pas- senger depot, ana that they will ;en- ter from the south over, the route of the plans were filed with the city earlier in the year, and which showed the depot and hotel at the cor- ner of First street West and Tenth avenue. Also, that they will have a union freight depot, and that it be at the east end of the city, pref- erably the Mounted Police barracks site. AM ATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS is the time to hav e your BEST FILMS ENLARGED FOE XMAS PRESENTS. British Colonial Photographic SHERLOCK BLDG. YorK, reporting the result of the bat- tle of Gettysburg. For twelve years he was the U. S. consnl at Naples. FEED OATS SEED 0ATS SEED WHEAT BABLET Wire or write us for quotations' on car load lots delivered anywhere. Bulk or sacked. of town. H. V. Heathershaw has returned to Des Moines, Iowa, after spending a couple of weeks with his brother G-eorge. Mr. Heathershaw has pur- .chased farm in this district taken an 'option. on some Lethbridge city property. A very. Treen debate was held last night at'-the'regular meeting of the j Mutual Improvement Association. The i question discussed was, "Resolved; j that intemperance has caused- human- more misery than has The affirmative speakers were J-. B. Merrill and Miss A. Hiliier, and the negative P. G. Clarke and Mrs. J. Turner. The affirmative was award- ed the debate. The local newspaper, The Pioneer, has changed hands again, and in fu- ture will be-published by W. J. Wes- tron, formerly of the Fort Saskatch- ewan Chronicle. Mr. Elton has leas- ed the paper to that gentleman for j '.one year. Mr. Westron is o practical j s j man and will doubtless make good in this town. well known official of .the" your streets we, shall Canadian Pacific, will leave" on :the; but you. will :see that first of January for. Montreal where j actment.pi our he will po- Sive us this sition; of chief engineer" to. the com- pany. .This, office; is. regarded as one of the most important service, and "it is said that salary'of Mr. Sehiwitzer will be, MOVED INTO NEW BUILDING T. S. M'CKenzie have-moved into their fine new building on Sec- ond Avenue.- CALGARY PIONEER KILLED Calgary, Dec. S. McLeod re- ceived a wire yesterday that his un- cle, Neil MacLeod, had been iaccident- ally killed at Port Sloody on Mon- day.. He was a pioneer of Calgary, and built the old Grand Central ho- teL LADY WAS POISONED Mrs. J. W. Owens, of Bedpath. St., was very ill last night from ptomaine poisoning, being unconscious for" sev- eral hours. She is under the care of Dr. Clarte wnd is now much improved. Grain Grain Exchange Calgary Post Office Box, Calgary, Drawer 107 LUMBER COMPANY STARTS SAWMILL WINNIPEG GRAIN MARKET Winnipeg, Dec. Wheat: ember, opened closed May, opened' closed July opened closed Cash close: Wheat No. 1 Northern No. '2 Northern, SS; No. North- ern. S4. Gits: No. 2, C. W., 32 Barley, No. 3, 47; No. 4, 3S. Flax: No. 1 N. I'lT. The Waddingtbn- Stuckey Co. HAY GRAIN MERCHANTS Timothy, .Alfalfa, Bronie and Upland Oats, Wheat, Bran, Roiled and Chopped Grain and Potatoes always in stock. Office, Johnson Elk, Phone 42e Warehouse: Rear of Dallas Phone 533 New Miciiel, Bee. Riverside Co. is opening a saw mill on j the Eastern "British Columbia Rail- way. The saw mill was formerly owned Messrs. Finch Jones; sit-! uated about four miles from the C. P. P.. A. constructing party left Mi- chel on Dec. 27th, under the general j manager, H. N. Sereth, and Engineer j W. J. Hall. The- lumber around this is i district is the finest in Eastern B.C. In course of time the new mill will saw feet per day. The now C.P.R. depot in New Mi- chel was opened on Dec. 26th. All trains will now stop at this point. The new hospital is now completed, This building will be one of the best equipped in the Crow's Nest Pass, situated in a commanding position at: an equal distance between Old and New Michel. i "Weather in Michel is very mild; it! has riot, registered Zero up to this i date, as in previous winters. A new rink is under construction be tween the Kootenay Great North-; Block. This project is promoted; bv leading business men of New Mi- chcl. Here is a Si Corner of Court- land and Ernest St. On Tv-ater.'and sew- Lots 29 and 30, Blk. 121. KoL company are: R. R. Jainieson, Stuart, ,W. .T... all- of The company's charter." rights "to run, construct and-opera'te1 electric .railways -'along lines-.marked on the map. .The lines ran-froni-Cal- gary westward .to Banff, north-east- erly to the Red Deer Hand Hills, south-easterly .nearly; ;rto- Medicine Hat, south-easterly, ' other'-.line to Long lines branch, one running" Hat, another to third to Maclepd From Lethbridge 'another line' eastward and then cross-- ing the-Crow's Nest, at join the line running to From the Hat there is a proposed running south-easterly, Cypress Hills and away east; to north of the Wood mountains, .terminating; at the town of Wood Mountain; -Sask. Lines'.also run from. i boundary and from Calgary to ileod. r. t Their charter would also .give-ftnfem- power to construct and j ways in the cities of Medi- I cine Hat. Lethbridge, 'Taper, Macleod, and Carbon. They, power to construct and operate graph and telephone lines also. iTlie Canada-Liquor and II t-r VIUOJJU 4 and 8 months 8 per cent. _ at Driw Cure 310 St. South resioreur prosperity and good citizenship. We guarantee to cure wheie'the patient has a syarlr vitality upon wTiieb. The habit treated scientifically" disease. Consultation by correspondence or personal interview, ires and conf ideatial. 7T3 6th Ave. West T CALGARY "Phone 1707 P. O. Box 672 STREET CARS ORDERED FOR REGINA j Retina, Sask., Dec. upon delivery by July 5 next year; the city council last night decided to place an order with the Ottawa Car Cc. for four single and two double truck cars for the new municipal! (street railway under construction, jaiul a portion of winch, it is hoped. will be in operation by the time of j the Dominion Fair. 31 acres all fenced, nine (9) acres cleared, seeded to clover. One hundred (100) apple trees, first year bearing. Creek passes through property. Free from rock, very light clearing. Two (2) frame shacks, stable, tvro (3) COAVS and two (2) calves. Large hay shecl and pigsty. Price 13300. Terms. OTXS0N. E. C. ;