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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, December.80, MM2; Night School We are do OIKS Hiing only and we do it well. We concentrate on bvisines. training, fi; pays to specialize. Our Sight School will help you to that better position. Subjects: Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, Spelling Correspondence, Writing, Short- Hand, Typewriting and English. New Term begins January 2, Garbutt Business College ALBERTA BLOCK Call on A, M. FISHER, Principal, or PHONE 1315 OF191H1IY MATTERS RELATIVE TO DEBEN- ENTURE ISSUE WAS CHIEF BUSINESS DISCUSSED This afternoon the 1912 Coun- cil held itsilast meeting, and is ready now to pass into; history. ins was primarily called to 'consider finance and nothing was said regard- ing the new charter, which will lie handed down as a legacy to the council. The main question for discussion was the debenture issue sold sonic time ngo to the Stiinson Co. The. Lon- don stock, marlioj, requires due dates for interest on bonds In be .lainiary 1 and July 1. Those sold called' for the and July 1. nose KOKI cauea tor cut: luunum, LJIUL jiayineiit gf .interest on June i "and hospital along the following 11 t' Ttm Qtimunti fVv-.rvl-ntft 1 Tim TivoKonf a'tljlll December 1.. The Stimsou wrote re this matter, asking the council to tained. pass bylaws making ;the necessary changes. Those bylaws were passed this afternoon, and IE the solution of to be used. the difficulty is agreeable to the CITY WILL GOVERN THROUGH A COMMISSION IF LEGISLA- TURE APPROVES At the coming session of tho prov- incial legislature a bill will be intro- duced on behalf of thu Gait Hospital doing away with'the-prGsonl manage- ment and placing the hospital under the control of a commission to be pro- vided for in the new ii'jl. The com- mission will be composed of live mem- bers. The special committee appointed by the council to enquire into the pro- posed change was composed of Aid. Bowman, W. S. Ball and J, D. Higin- botham. In their report they recom- mended that the city take over the 1. The present name shall be re- ne. 2. Tho endowment fund shall remain intact only the interest 3. That the hospital be managed by the difficulty is agreeable to tile I'm- J. That tno Hospital ue managea uy chasers of the bonds, nothing further a commission of five members, all will need to be done except to have laymen, appointed for three year terms the American Bank Note Co. change The mayor shall bo ex-oflicio a mem- Ihe date. Otherwise new debenture her of the commission. r____ ...M, 1... Thn .1 Tliut HlP forms will have to be issued.. The latter course, however, is unlikely. The bond company will be asked to bear all expense. The Thirteenth street crossing mat- ter was also taken up, with the read- Ing of the 'Railway tier appearing ill' another column. City Engineer Blanchard was ''tall- -i. That the present board of agers be appointed us the first com- mission, The board of management is com- posed at present, of P. L. Naismitll, H. McBcth, E. 11. Wilson, A. B. Stafford, and e.vB. Bowman, 'who is secretary- treasurer. Speaking the recommendations, City Engineer Blancnard was call- DireaKins WI..UIB itrcviuuiiuiuuiiuui cd in to meet tile council anil read Aid. Bowman said be believed th tile letter sent'by him to Railway Gait hospital stood unique in the, Ills- Commission after- the session here, lory of Canada, as a hospital which The letter was sent at the request of IMS never been In debt, and never Chairman of the an overdraft since it was handed The letter asks that the commission i over by the A. K. I. to a board ol await tho decision o! the C. P. R. as j management nine years ago. to the proposed changes their ent there is enough money in the treas- Tards and grade here before making ot the hospital to build an addi- an order, as those changes will HRelyi toi the hospital to cost about make a great increase in the volume T 'e addition will proy.de a laun- traffic over Thirteenth street. t I Id council took no action on the y o by the Gait7 hospital order ot the Commission, other than i ._ J i-o Instruct the City Engineer to com- municate. 'with, tho company's eers Immediately. engin- -THE PEOPLES' FORUM trustees is approximately The report of the special committee Wits unanimously adopted, subject to the necessary legislation being pass- ed by the Alberta government. THAT "L'I'FE-SAVINQ STUNT Editor of The Herald: night's edition you publish an interview which your spec- ial reporter had with a Mr. Francis Azplnall, In wh.ir.h one is led to sup- pose that the men's lives in the recent natural gas accident, were saved sole- ly by the pulinotor. I might mention a few facts which can ho substantiated: Immediately on discovery of the unfortunate men by Mr. W. Standing, help was obtained by him from the warehouse of Messrs. Campbell, Wilson Home, two of whose staff returned with him and carried the unconscious men from the building, anil' Immediately applied later they worn joined by members of the fire bri: and other 'willing workers, who, us Dr. Galbralth will surely mlmtt were the undoubted means of saving ibc men's lives. Out- of the moil was showing signs of consciousness be- 1'oro being removed to the hospital. No doubt, the machine 'Played a. part later, but in my opinion the oar. Her efforts of the rescuers played the greater. Yours truly, A WITNESS. B1RKENHEAD CATTLE MARKET Liverpool, Dec'. Rogers Co., cable that there was a brisk trade for cattle at today at Saturday's prices, viz., 12 to ,costs per pound for Irish steers. DRIVING KIM TOTHE WAVE "Fniil'i-ttos Saved my Lid" NIAGARA ion. "Kor tlilrteen years, I a terrible sufferer from the tortures of Sick Head- ache, Indigestion, Constipation ami Vomiting., 1. could not retain much food, Ktul this, together with the pain, and headaches, was driving DJC to the Then I used "Frail-a-lives" and almost at once 1 got relief. "Fruit-a-Uves" stopped the vomiting, relieved the Constipation, toned tip the stomach, and gave iue the first relief iu years. J feel that I owe my life to "1'nilt- a-tivcs" and for the sake of other victims of Indigestion and Headaches, I v.'ill allow Uiis statement to be -HARRY DICKINSON. "Frntt-a-lives" is sold by all dealers at 500 a for f 2.50, trir.1 sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-Uvei Ottawa. Chief Davis who moved into his new home, was nearly asphyxiated. by coal gas early Saturday iiiui'rnnir. j Ho luvakenuil ami full nearly Getting to irOtf to tin.' door wliun. He foil lineniiscioiis on UHJ verandah, where "_he remained lot over ah hour. -It seems the crnl R.vploded, knocking down a pipe, (lie entering licdroom. He was alone in the house, I WASr NEITHER I WHITE- NOR BLACK J the! 'I groiiml that'the applicant was neither J a free 'white person nor a negt'o, as I provided for in the Constitution, Ku- i mar Mohnndor, a Hindu Yogi, was i debarred from citizenship today by Federal Judge Kudt'.n. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and phompt service. YEAR CLOSES, ALSO i SOUTHARD'S RETIRING SALE Tomorrow, the.'clos'ng day of 1912, will bo Jioied as Hie closing day of .Mr. A. retiring from busi- ness H.nlo. M- Is charncteriJicd by (.lie gran lest tumbling in prices in the lils- lory of (he city and those in search oC biU'Kui-is Bhoulti not miss it. A Father's Mistaken Kindness Caused Development Rather Inferior Character The history of the crimiualis, as a general rule, interesting, especially; from a sociological point of view. Lcthbrldge puoplo will particularly welcome a brief narrative of the his- tory one, Jack Biack, alias Cllue, who, It will be remembered, was oan- tured by the local police last Pair time lu the act of trying to pick poc- kets. For that offence this notorious crook was sentenced by ter to three months, iu the local jail. Just about the expiration of his sentence here it was learned that Cline or Black had escaped from pri- son at San Quentin, where he was serving a long term for robbery. The prisoner was subsequently taken back to the States, only last. Tuesday, December 24, at San Francisco, was- seiitenccd 'by Judge Dunn, to one year's confinement in the prison at Sail Quentln. Remarkable Case Black, it. appears, was held for nine: years in the county jail at Ban-Fran-: Cisco awaiting the outcome of his ap- peal from a twenty-five year sentence for robbery. The district attorney represented to Judge Duuu that Black's time already served was equiv- alent to 'A thirteen-year sentence, with good lime off, whereas the maximum- penalty for the prisoner's offence was fourteen The Court subse- quently-imposed the'sentence of one 'year. Prisoner's Dramatic Story Following the sentence Black relat- ed in dramatic form the story of his life, mid how he committed his first' crime. He said in part: "I don't believe that I inherited any criminal tendencies, and ray home life waa wholesome, and if my father made any mistake at all, It was the common mistake that parents now make who wish their sons to have a better opportunity in life than they have bad themselves. He wanted me to learn a profession, where he bad only a trade, and sent me to school in- stead of putting me In a workshop. The trouble which sent me to jail in my boyhood was caused through a football fight. I wag sent to jail for several month's. It 'was an ex- cess of boyish energy that got. me into trouble, and it was that same energy winch got me out immediately. I know that I escaped and rode away on a horse that was not my own. Sub- sequently 1 was arrested and got two years." While in Jail, Black went oirto say, he proved very troublesome, and broke almost every rule. Punishment did not seem to do him any good. The prison authorities eventually resort- ed to the flogging idea. Black gives bis opinion of the flogging, as fol- lows: "I.could not see that I deserved this flogging at all. I could not see that two years in prison was coming to me. When I was flogged, I imagined that all the cruelty in the world was heap.od on me. That was the first lesson In violence I ev.er received, and I have never 'forgotten it." The unfortunate man then went into much detail, showing bow prison life hardened him, and made him a hater of society in geneial. Me always bad In his mind the idea of getting re- venge on people, up matter who they were. The world seemed to have no UKr for him, as everywhere lie wenc pt pie seemed to shun him. Black t'fes not believe there Is such a tliin; as a confirmed criminal. -As he puts it: "One ffiay he reforhied through a woman, a woman's plea; a motherly Invp. Others might ba reformed through tliy uiid kirmn.655 of friends. Bui still another might be reformed through an act of kindness from some unknown source." Will Live Anew Black will begin life anew nL the termination of bis year's imprison. He will leave the old lift! of sin behind him, nrid strive lo become, a useful rneioSw el'iiociet.y. MILADI EDITED BY "INO" IHONES Office 1224 Rei. 1115 "0, If the selfish knew much they lost, What would they not endeavor, not endure. To imitate, as far as to them lay, Him, Ills wisdom and Ills tal- ents employed, Iu making others Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Vallanco will en- terjaln at cards on New Year's Eve. Mr. Peter Carrutbere, of Frank, is spending a few days in the city. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Kaake havo as their guest for Now Year's, Mr. Hugh Pate, of the Bank of British North America, Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Le'adbotlor, Westminster road, will celebrate their golden wedding on New Year's Day. A. lleCullough and Mr. T. U. Davidson left on Saturday on a trip to Toronto. 1-lGislUou and other points. Her many friends will bo glad to know that Mrs. M. K. Kaake is able to.be out again after her recent se- vere attack of grippe. Mr and Mrs. J. T. Vallance are en. iertaintag Mr. H. A. Bartlett, of the Canadian Pacific Natural Resources Department, Calgary for New Year's. Mr. Douglas Christie, of the Bank of'Montreal, Vancouver, who has been visiting his parents at Diamond City, and renewing acquaintances in the cily, has returned home. Mr H C. C. Salmon returned yes- terday from a Christmas vacation spent in Oranbrook and Wattsblirg, and will resume his piano classes Im- mediately. Mrs. W. II. 'Cavahali left on the Flyer this morning 'for St. Louis, to visit her mother. Mr. N. J. Schweitzer left on Satur- day afternoon: on a "short business trip to Calgary. The- Auditorium Club will hold an- other of their popular dances in the K. of P. hall on Friday, January 3, when the guests areMilndly asked to present their invitations at the door. Mrs Davis and son arrived on Satur- day'from Toronto to join Chief Davis. They have taken ujTtheir residence at' 1265 Fifth Avenucr 3Irs. W. P. Hoy leaves on Wednes- day morning on an extended visit to her old home in Newark, N. J. Before returning sho will visit Toronto, Buf- falo, Detroit, Poston, New York and other eastern cities. G Mr. Prank Waddlngton has severed his connection with the choir of St. Augustin'B Church, to which he has given five years' continuous service, as tenor singer. Mr. Waddington's voice is much missed, but what is St. Augustin's loss will be St. Cyprian's' gain, as Mr. Waddhiglpn intends join- ing tly choir of that. church, of which Mrs. Waddington has been a faithful member for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. Gsorge Wheleu left this morning for Maple Creek, on re- ceiving the sad intelligence that tnc latter's brother, Mr. Ernest Hewett, the well-known druggist at Maple Creek, had passed away at three o'- clock this morning. Mr. He'wett was taken ill only a couple of days be- fore Christmas with diabetes. Sincere sympathy is extended to Mrs. Whelen in her bereavement. 1 A very enjoyable stag party took place at the home of President-elect F. T. Robins, on Saturday evening, when he entertained the officers-elect for the year 1313 of the Sons of Eng- land Benefit Society. Covers were laid for sixteen, and after justice had been done to the splendid menu pro- vided, and a toast to King George and Merry England most loyally drunk, a discussion on the plans of the S- O..K for 1013 took place, and judging from the expressions of the officers a banner yean for 1D13 is assured. Those present were: W.Holhefton, P.P.; F. T. Robins, P.'; C. B. Sydal, V.P.; W. Stott, Chap.; C. Gibson, sec.; C. West- Icy, treas.; J. Hedinan, rec. sec.; T. Standing, C. Wakelcn, 15. Holberton, A. Carr and .1. Fir.gnis, committee I and J. Gaskcll. H. Farris and K. Faunch. The Bank of Montreal apartment? were thionprd ivith sr.i.irtly matrons and nnitlens, whc c. <.a on Saturday afternoon, in response to invitations Issued by the staff to an At from four to six.. The rooms wore a gala appearance with Christmas wreathing and bells, and the pretty fern-centred toa table 'presided over by Mrs. M. Johustonc, wore a riioulsb crea- tion of crushed rose moire silk, with fur elaboration and black picture hut, and Miss Conyheare, who had donned smart, costume of embroidered croam m.-miuisettt1, with touches of hlnok, and black cluipeau with white feather mount. The deft assistants' were Miss DOWII'IT, In Copenhagen 'corduroy vel- wltli chiffon blouse to block hut with bluo feather; -Miss Itogers, In black velvet with heavy cream lace, and black hat with crim- son feather, and Miss Neale, in grey voile, with lace peplin, and clack hat with a 'white feather mount, and cor- sage bouquet of scarlet carnations. 'The affair was thoroughly enjoyed by tho large number of guests In at- tendance. Itiverviow, the homo of Mrs.' C. P. P. Conybeare, was en fete on Satur- day evening, when she entertained in courtesy to Miss Conybesro and Miss Wood, of Spokane, two of the attend- ants at tho Fisher-Conybeare nup- tials, which will be, celebrated on Thursday evening, in St. Aueustin's Church. Holly and mistletoe and quantities of carnations and chrysanthemums adorned the spacious drawing room, which makes an Ideal salon de dance. Tho floor .was excellent for dancing and, combined with music supplied by Mr. Needs, left nothing to be de- sired. Miss Elaine Conybeare wore a pretty froclt of pale blue silk eoli- enne, daintily embroidered. Miss Conybeare 'was wearing pale mauve silk ninon over pink silk, with rose- bud elaboration. Miss Wood bad donned a chic costume of palest peach chi-1'fon veiling silk, with pearl acces- sories. Those bidden were Miss Higin- botham, Miss Downer, Miss Dun- combe, Miss Dixon, Miss Freeman, Miss .Macleod, Miss Tripp, Miss Kog- ers, Miss Butler, Miss 'Barassln, and Messrs. Fisher, Dawsou, Henderson, Stewart, Gordon. Glllinghaiu, Martin- dale, Parsons, Newcombe, Hose, In- gersoll, Ross, Wallace, Rogers, Cocq, McArthuT, Scott and Dr. Ma- son. Kiiox Manse was the scene of a pretty wedding this'inorning, when the Rev. A. G. Cameron united in marriage Mrs. Lettie Jane Ritchie to Mr. Joshua Willoughby Hill, both of Tiber. Mr. and Mrs. Hill have gone on a trip east, and upon their return will take up their residence in Taber. A quiet wedding was- celebrated at Knox Manse, by the Rev. A. G. Cam- eron, on Tuesday.evening, the princi- pals being Miss Vert Lunn and Mr. Claud Sylvester Gilo, both of Card- ston. After a honeymoon spent in the east, Mr. and Mrs. Gilo 'will reside in Cardstoii. On the afternoon of Thursday, De- cember 2G, in Central. Methodist par- sonage, the marriage took place of James L. Larson, of Grassy Lake, to Miss Reeka P. Hinck, of Purple Springs, Alta. The bride was attend- ed by her sister, Miss Ruth Hinck, of Calgary, and Mr. John Sargent was the best man. Mr. and Mrs. Larson will make their home in Grassy Lake. Herald. Two popular Macleod young people were united in marriage on Thursday, December 2G, when Mr, James G. Hood, the well-known architect and contractor, was married to Miss Jessie Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waller Jackson. Miss Jackson re- cently resigned from the staff of the Macleod Public school. The ceremony, which was a very quiet one, was sol- emnized at the Jackson ranch, west of town, by tho Rev. B. S. Bishop, of the Methodist Church. Miss H. Elder-, as- sistant High School principal, was bridesmaid, and Mr. Robert Hood, brother of 'the groom, was best man. The newly married pair will make their home in Macleod, and a host of friends wish them all success and hapiness. The home of Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Cooper, Fourth arenne, was the scene of a pretty wedding at nine o'clock on Saturday evening, when their only daughter, Edna Gertrude, became the bride of Dr. Joseph Howard Caldwell, eldest son of Mrs. Caldwell and the late Forrest Caldwell, of Carp, Out. The drawing and dining rooms 'were festive and pretty with the Christmas decorations, palms and cut blossoms. The bride, Who was attractive and winsome in her wedding robe of Ivory du '-ess satin, with Irish point and M.-ilteselac e garniture, ami carried :m exquisite shower oi bridal roses, was riven away by her father, Mr. E. J. Cooper. The ceremony was performed by Hif Rev. T. P. Perry, in the presencc- of tv.-enty snests, Mendelssohn's "Wed. -V h" being phyed by Miss Mary Simpson, the bride's cousin. Immediately at the conclusion of the -ceremony a delectable supper menu was served. The only out-of- town guest present was Mies K. Jamie- son, of Calgary. Among the magnificent, array of sifts "'55 a. hsaisorac chafing dish from the employees of the local tele, phono office, with which the bride was connected. Dr. and Mrs. Caldwell left for Otta- wa, via Chicago, and upon their re- Fein-nary 1, will take up their residence at Conlla. Tho bride travelled in a smartly tailored suit of blue whipcord. LADIES'FURS A Special Nevr Year's Eve Offer. All Furs leu 20 per cent We give the Best Value in Furs of any Dit- cription in f his iCountry. Canadian Mink Sets, River Mink Sets, Mink Collar and Hudson's Seal, Near Seal, Persian Lamb, Persian Bear, Alaska Sable, Blue Fox, Black China, Lynx. HUDSON'S BAY CO. CLUBS AND aOCIITICS Wesley Mission band will Friday afternoon at 4.15. o 9 The Women's Missionary Auiiliary of Wesley church will at 3.50 on Thunday afternoon. S. Paul's First will hold services at 7.30 tomorrow even- ing at the home of Rev. 0 Grunt, 1509 Sixth South. The children of St. Augualiivs Sun- day school will enjoy their annual Christmas concert and treat tomorrow evening at 7.30 In the Parish Hall. e Wesley Epworth will hold a meeting In the interest of good cltljen- shlp tonight, when all the young peo- ple arc cordially invited. Tho Young People's Society of St Andrew's- church will hold :a watch night service in the church tomorrow evening at eleven o'clock' to which everyone is invited. Refreshments will be served. Tho Ladles' Aid of Knox Church will meet on Thursday afternoon at three o'clock, Rev. A. C. Bryan, of St. Andrew's Church, will address the preparatory service in Knox Church on Friday ev- ening. The Flower Guild wishes to thank the Quick Print for printing tickets, the Knights of Pythias for-reduced rate on their hall, and the Standard Furniture Co., for loaning tables and chairs for the progressive euohro on Friday night. j A delegation of representatives from several of tile Baptist churches in the district met 'with the Fifth av- enue Baptist Clmroh, this .afternoon at four p.m., to examine the pastor, Mr. C. B. McKihnon, with a view of ordaining him to the Baptint mlnlitry. Providing the council decided to ordain tho candidate, the ordination service will be held at 8 p.m. thla evening, AH are cordially invited. Westminster Guild are entertaining at a skating party at Henderson Park lake thjs evening, All the young people are cordially in- k A_ -paint MAYOR HARDIE HOME Mayor-elect Htrtie ed thto 'mofninf tram a week's holiday Mi home in for a of noon Kiilon of the council to- day, and wltwuMd md parting of those who go T who will remain. Mr. Hardle he U all rwdr in jtep into office tomorrow night at the stroke of o'clock. vited to meet at the church at 7.45 and take the special car to the park, returning to the church at.9.30 for re- freshments. Those who cannot skate are asked to join the party on their return to the church. The Iron Workers Union (Continued from front said "1 learn one of these defend- ants tolil an officer oi the court) that Oiaf A. Thcvitmoe, San FranclKo; Secretary of the California Bulldtai Trades Council, six years. Eugene A. Clancey, six years. Philip Cooncy, New York, six years. Michael J. Young, Boston, .lix rears. Frank J. Higglns, Boston, years J.' E. Munsey, SaltiLalic Cltyj six years. John II. Barrey, St. Louis, four years. Paul J. Morrm, St. Louis, years. Henry W. Legleitner, years. N. Heum, Minneapolis, tlucn years. 'Frank C. Webb, Now York, fix Fred J.-Mooney, OM year and one day. William J. McCain, Kansas City, Reddin, Milwaiilrec, Philadelphia, three years. William B. three years. Michtcl J. Cunnane, three years. y. Richard H. Houlihan, Chicago, tw o years William A. Shupe, Cihioago, oriii ;ar. Edwaird Smythe, Peoria, Ills., three years. James E. Pcoria; Ills., one year and -one day. Murray L. Pennell, Springfield, Ills., three years. William :C.. Bernhart, Cincinnati, one year and one day. Wlllord Bert Brown, Kansas City; years. Painter, New -York? 'two four Frank years. Peter J. Smith, Cleveland, y y ears. George 'Anderson, Cleveland, three ears. Michael J. Hannoh, gcrauton, three years. Edward Phillips, Syracuse, one year and one day. Ernest'G- Baiy, Indianapolis, three years. Fred Sherman, Indianapolis, two years. Sentence on the iollowing was suspended, Patrick F. FarrelU New ork James Cpoiiey, Chicago Jas. ouughiin, Chicago Hiram R. Klina all "1 learn one o ese e- ouugn, cao ram na lil an officer oi the court that Muncie, Ind.j Frank J. Murphy, De- the Iron Workers who had troit. LUghb the tails ol tlio Country woum warn uiarK, umcinuau, conti-saca full. The evidence, has .been bad dynamiter, who testified for the sov- inuch but tins report may not I'D ernmcnt, was given a s'.ts.icndcd sen- wincing. As to Cooncy I havo fence. knowledge ol the dynamiting were caught the jails ol tlio cqimtry would rn' convincing. not yet reached a Coughlin was as'rcd a out his con- nection with the I'n'on, but the.dis- trict attorney interrupted saying; the evidence was enough to justify tho verdict. "Do you think the dynamitinK cam- paign carried on for six was asked Judgo Anderson. "No Sir, vour honor, J sjyd Cough'lm. GouBolin told th.e coutt! he was Biairiwl sad children. said he never hid been atvesteii 'Se- j fore. Terms of imprisonment were im- posed .is follows Frank M. Ryan, President of the Iron Workers! I'nion, 7 years. .lohn T. Hittlcr, Unltaio, Vicc-l'rc- sidcnt, six rears. Herbert S. llockin, former secre- tary and formerly oi Detroit, six' years. On motion of ttis government Ed- ard Clark, Cincinnati, cohtrssed THE BOND MARKET London, Dec. are the quotations of ac.ti.re stocks: Dominion of Canada, register 193S, S per cent., Newfoundland Inscribed, 1S13-WS, 4 per cent., IP VoU WOULD DRiNK RI-TEA IN THE NEW The Brown Betty Tea Roortt i the Sign of The Tea Pot (Upstairs) Across from Robertson's Book Store ;