Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
DRINK MXER ON STAND Cue Rue n, 'Buck OVER KEYES WILL Eiitocc Addresses ire (From Daily.) In the Court, plaintiff's casv in Hose vs. Bouck, was oiwned yesterday afternoon by Mr. Harris. The first witness was Dr. 1'. M. Campbell, who gave evidence as his attendance on Keyes in his la.fi illness. Expert evidence was gi- as to mental condition of a man after a periodical spree, and oi his -capacity for managing his busi- ness. Strong evidence for the piain- tiff was given -by Dr. "fuller who at- Keyes on the occasion when the will was made. In his opinion a man in the condition of .Keyes was not capable of dealing intelligently with his property, or of attending to important business. wort tat to and Bouck replied thai it K0yew' thai no vord La Kent friMKltt until whole thing was Witmwu did nut-know, who look possuecioD of flouck had admitted that had a in the Perry had known Keyes for over twenty years. He used -to get on periodical in usually on fair Perry had spoken to the mayor of the town in the cast where Keyca used to live in regard to Keycs' pro- perty, but was told that Keyes was in the hands of friends, and witness did bother any more about i t. Harry Mossip knew James Keyes well, having been intimate with him on matters other than business ones, and hdvinjr. attended him in his last illness. Witness had called in Dr. Campbell to" attend Koycs. Deceas- ed had told witness that he would liko to make a will. one was. present on that occasion. Witness did not know who took the books and belonging to Keyes. He had turned over the keys mid papers, etc., .to the lioucks. Keyes appeared be quite" rational when, he spoke of wanting to make a will. To William Schofic-ld Keys also expressed may have done so. Keycs had said that he was feeling just middling. Keyes had not men- tioned that the document was his will, and had not asked Grant to In cross-examination witness drew a plan of the room in Bouck's house here -the will was probably Both the court house and the gaol .will be placed under con- struction this year by the Pro- vincial Government ia, the news brought to the city by W. C. M. P. P., who came down from Edmonton last night. The Board of Trade arid City Council will be consulted again as to the court house site. Mr. Gushing eaya ,that he did not-in- tend the impression to be given that the city could select any site and that the Government would accept it. He objected to the Presbyterian Church site, aa it ia too close to the business part of the city and is not surrounded with enough land. He thinks the lots in front of the Barracks, on. Dufterin St. are far preferable, as there ia suf- ricent land there to set off the building properly and it would not be crowded into the business part of the city. Act. When three-fiftha of the electors id toon This t dtelinot tribute to UM of thit province, and a Cheapoest oi production and haul- age were the two most important belpre the convention. On the icore of cost ol manufacture marketing, the convention itfong- y endorsed the work of the depart- ment of Agriculture and the dairy commiMiouen in the following ution: Bcsolved: That we have full con- fidence in the operation of the cream-, eriew by the government and are de-; of continuing the same.. That after a thorough discuaaiori! they have done all in their power t and have realized the best and high- st prices in the marketing of the but- ter. And that in regard to the manufac- turing coet we are of the opinion that it ia on as- economical basis as possible taking into consideration the proper and efficient workings of the creameries. One of the beneficial results of the, government aid to creameries is that butter has been raised from an ar- ticle of the country stores, export article for caeh. It haa demonstrated, conclusively 'that Alberta ia a good- dairy country and mm that there is at our doors. an, unlimited market TOILET SOA "A Good H.U formed" m Childhood ia not forgotten in Old Ag The UM of Witch Haul Toikl good lubil. Even child, who the grateful toothing qualities of the lather of thia ttriclly pure aoap, IB not likely to forget to continue use of tuch a different" MADE OM.T BY THE ROYAL CROWN, WINNIPEG. SONG OF THE GRIPPE have declared granting o licenses in their district, the prohi bition shall go into effect at the be- ginning of the next license year, that is the" first day of July, arid shall continue in force for a period of three years. At present the Cardstoii license district is the only one in the pro- vince that haa declared for prohibi- tion. Prohibition has been in force there since June 1st, 1902. This dis- trict comprises an area of square miles. An analysis of the vote taken in the Cardston district in 1903 indicates the value of giving the country districts power in ,thia di- rection, i Had it been left to the vil- lages and .towns local option would have failedi in three of these plfees. The result would have been that in section of the province the majority of the people who desired local option or prohibition of the H- iuor traffic would have been defeated by three small municipalities, and by an inconsiderable minority, as-the following return from the various MR. SIMMWS SPEECH Tells AW Alberta's Ucal Law ii Effective Speech (From Thursday's Daily.) In a debate on the., resolution of C- Hiebert, M. P. C. Simmons spoke as follows, accord- ingt to the Edmonton Bulletin report: W. C. Simmons, of Lethbridge, in a five-minute speech turned the ta- bles on "one or both leaders of the Opposition" and brought the member from High River to his feet in sur- prise to ask information upon an Al- bertan statute tantamount to local option. Mr. Simmon s mellow voice and manner are-always suave, rery suave, but the arrows of this member from Lethbridge always touch, the mark. W. C. Simmons, of Lethbridge, opened a brief address with the scriptural quotation that there is "more joy in-heaven over one sinner penitent than and nine just." The member for Hoeebud, "he believed, needed still some enlight- enment before he was truly penitent. He need lose no sleep nor worry him- ant question. Forv there already ex- isted to Mr. Simmons' personal knowledge prohibition districts in Raymond, Stirling, anc the statute by which they existed was -right here on our books. (Ap- plause.) A portion of tHe liquor or- dinance amounts to local' option. It is little trouble to secure this pri- vilege, and the cost not over 1200. The district has only'to get up a peiagmih Sirnball Aetna Boundary Creek Mountain View Leavitt Cardston Stirling An ache'in the back, and a pain in the That's the grippe! A choke in the throat, and a yearning for That's the grippe-1 A river "of heat, then a sliver "of culd, A of being three hundred years old. Of Interest to Women A willingness ewn to do as you're of an wm cause it to beat up told. That's the grippe! An arrow of pain, now in this place, That's the vanilla. bottom with Ij BEATING A pinch ot salt added to the white much more quickly and will also make it more light and frothy. A feeling of doubt as to where you are at That's the grippe! DOXfT WORBY ABOUT i If 'girls would but thJnk reasonably, when worrying kbout, ing thln.-.-they would once robJiie that here was one of the chid sons' for their 'so-called WHIPPING CREAM The white of an egg beaten to stiff froth and added to cream will There Js nothing which more make it whip more quickly and will, feet upon one's, gaining weight, than A jstupid course, wholly it increase. A pint of crewm'worry. "Don't worry" _ is not fool- A foolish should you untii it feel blue? A doubt as to whether :thia really That's the grippe! Strang Visions at night, that deprive you of That's the A taste in your mouth, and a weighta j on your j That's the grippe 1 i A tired sensation that runs througS your veins when whipped should-, have multiplied Ish 'advice, for as' soon as you a quart measure. yourself of the habit that your physical condition will so steadily, and surely. TO FHY EGGS nest step on the road of body and mind. The second t stop If you will cover the eggs wheniry _ J consists oi moderaito aiw beneliciai tft- ercise in the fresh, open air. vj ing you will find ixuch more evenly. CAKE SAVE OLD RAINCOATS Old makintcshes aced not be A Queer combination of-aches and of ought to be twice its bulk. Sever allow a cafce to browa until awayf for thw will faake it has risen to its full height, which jor men tnd women which-i pains, A rapid admission That's .the frripp1 of' absent of be won; for office woi-k or kitctetf ling from getting- wet 'ant VAMIXA WAFERS J saving a great "many Onedthird cup of butter, one cup of -bills. laundtjr FIRED THE CAPTAIN Result of Disappearance of From Dublin Castle sugar, one one'arid one-fourth cupt, milk, two cups flour, two tea- spoons baking powder, one-half tea- spoon of salt, two teaspoons vanilla. Jewels Cream the butter add sugar and egg, j THE PLEDGE (Contributed by the Why; should every boy and gi (Western Associated Press.) London, Feb. It is said that as a result of the vice regal commis- sion into the mysterious disappear- ance of the crown jewels from Dub- well beaten, and milk and vanilla. Because ;ito aa Add dry ingredients to liquid. Boil policy against tuiu, cU-l, and bake in not'oven. you say, to for insurance, and you don't jpay for the pledge." FROSTED CREAMS you dOf to5> QofM One-half cup one-half eup wm to a pleasant lin Castle last July Mr Birrel, sec- one-half cup butter; fill cup mucn finer than retarj- for Ireland, ordered Sir Arthur UP sour cream and one your a very nice lady vrOi Edward Vicars, custodian of jewels, Poll For Ag'riet B 47 13 No results. 86 19 .6 249 prove 142 the T.' have catarrh, r of this repulsive disease. l yourself 'Ask Dr. Shoop, of RaciiwvWis., mail vou fvoe a trial, box of his Dr. Snoop's Catarrh: Remedy.' A simple, single in i test, wilt surely'tell you a catarrh house the morning Keyes died truth well worth your knowing. Boiick was there then. Perry had Wrrtc today. suffer longer. These figures readily strength of the local option law in this province lies in the fact that it is taken by districts. The directors of the Government creameries met in convention in Ed- monton last week to exchange ex- paiiences and suggestions in the con- duct of the creamery business of the province. The delegates present were ilive to the obstacles in the way of development but at the same time were strongly imbued with the idea that the dairy industry must become more and more with the increase of settlement and concentration of' popu- lation the right bower of agriculture. The range is passing, mixed farming is succeeding, and in the older dis tricts there i is need to husband the fertility and replenish the soil. To this end dairying, is a necessary fac- tor. There was one phase of the question upon which the delegates were unanimous. The government policy must 'be continued. The past season though not by any a failure was not a howling success due in no degree to the system, but to an inclement winter and a late season. The expected has happened. In- itiation is the sincerest form of flattery. British.. Columbia is flat- '.ering the butter' makers; of Alberta. Evidence was .given at the conven- tion that B. C. merchants_are-label- ing B. C. butter with the magic name A-L-B-E-R-TA and packing it in the butter boxes in which they receive the whole "You're speaking personally now, keep to the interjected the member for Bosebud. "I am speaking to the the member for Lethbridge replied, with only an increase assisbility. "I am speaking on a matter of prohibi- it is applied in my district, and I hope to see it applied soon in the constituency of: the member for Rosebud. Let us make an attempt, a hearty attempt, to put to use the laws we have on oiir books before asking1 for others. "Th> opinion of each district in this matter can be had in a abort tme, and at small expense. Let us arst discover if they want local op- tion. When this has been done, and ihrey are unanimously in favor of the greater restriction, I am; in favor of going further and endorsing any mea- sure this government may bring in to the traffic." lo be suspended. It is said that a certain Captain Nevellie Williamson Has been appointed as his succesor. The report of the commission declar- Sir Arthur Vicars did not exercise due vigillance and proper care. vbr as taste desires. NOTICE In DUtrict of Diitrict Of Lethbridfe spoon of ginger, one teaspoon of vou to have glass'of Jt scda, and one eg-R. Flour to thicken terribly hard to have to Bay Mix soft. cup sugar, no jpjut you must, and that one-half cup water, boiled till sirup paying for your pledge. You may be threads; add slowly to well beaten a young iron, and you may MrfA white of one and bcfet till thick, friend, or a friends. Spread en creiiss Isot fla- gcmVone says, fCome madTtivt-" drink." You "must pay -yxrtr pledge. Is it worth while? Ixwfc at drunkard and answer tho question For overnight one cup oatmeal in your8eif i There's sure to bo sows one peak up, "Pshaw. I m-oulda't become drunkttrd. I know to stop." That's very boy or girl who he pledge insurance most. STo OATMEAL MUFFINS three fourths cup of sour milk. In morning add to above one well-beat- en egg, one-half teaspoon salt, one tablespoon sujrar, ono-half cup flour, In the matter of the Estate o! Nita jmd Qne_half soda dissolved _ one ever expected to become a- in quick oven about one-half ard have, This recipe makes sii dc ycaj. Canada. Whene-vtsr a boy or girl starts to drink alcoholic liquor they to Campbell (alias Roy Foster) late ol Jn hot put .Q gem pftM Mld the City of Lethbiidge in the Pro- vince of Alberta. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Pursant to order His Honor, Judge Winter, notice is hereby given that all persons having any claim or de- .GOLDE3? CREAM the evil one a mortgage on their fu- MJNERS BACK TO WORK Vancouver, B. C., Feb. .strike of miners at Coal Creek was settled today. The difference to be Anally settled by arbitration on Feb- ruary tenth. The men will return to work today. manda against the late Nita Campbell Boil a quart of milk; when boiling -ture, covering honor, succoss XrRoy Foster) who died on or into it the well beaten yolk, of everything M about the 5th day of October, A. D., add six table spoons full of dear. 1907 L tile tjm at Lethbridge in the Province of sugar to Alberta required on or before 8our, which have been well beaten to; pledge is that it .nay lead day of 1908, to send gether, when boiled, turn it into Q' do it who might .-ot do hy post prepaid to The Trusts and dish, and pour over it the whites This Is a duty to society, it Limited, at Gal- beaten-to a stiff frosth, mixing with lesson in citizenship, and boys ar.a eaYV in "he Province of Albertaa, ad- them six tablespoons full of powder- girls cannot too soon learn thev ministrators of the estate of the said ed sugar. Sot alt in the oven, and a part in their country a Nita Campbell (alias Roy FosterV or brown slightly. Flavor the top -Pioneer. ______ to deliver to the undersigned advo- THE OTHER MAN" I ..'.wish that I might talk with all sick ones about actual cause of Stomach, Hcfl.pt, Kidney ail- ments. To -explain in person how weak Stomach nerves leads to Sto- rrach weakness. I am sure it would 'merest-all.' And it is the same with weak Hearts or weak Kidneys. This N W M P TAKE NOTICE 14tn day of April, 190S..the, sari on Saturd ,Mt wiefi The Trusts and Guarantee Company, -.he assets of the imongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims ol which they shall then have had no- 'ice, and that the said The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, will not be liable for the said assets or part 'thereof to any person of claim it shall not then have received notice. Dated at Lethbriclce thw 13th clay January, lOOo. THE TRUSTS AND GUAR- ANTEE COMPANY, Limited. A. G. POSS, W. C. SIMMONS, Manager. Advocate for The Trusts and Guarantee Limited, tethbridge, Albe-'a. confederate of Isadore Lafromboise in the recent tkeft of horses at Medicine Hat. The police suspected that Lafrom- boise had a pale-face accomplice, al- though they kept the fact from the public. Detective Egan took charge Current, where they separated, Lafromboise east with the horses and the t-thor man doubling bick Saturday morning by the polica-di'- tective with the salutation "Good morning, Mr. Brown." My name isn't Brown, it's was the answer, "Let's see you write says Pat. The name was written, as wrll as a few other things and then a cr-rtain letter was made in a peculiar fash- ion that h'ad arrested the attention of the Sergeant when it was signed on a hotel register at Swift Current. This was all he needed to complete his chain of evidence and on went the nippers. The preliminary hearing will be held here next week. t.nis poruou were traced to Swift DEATH AT RAYMOND The Raymond Rustler says: re- gret -to chronicle the death of of our respected citizens, Mr. Thom- "jacks by raKing.uie iruui on ius tO Hat. It seems he w'ont from here as nt homo netC, on of IMS stepson Hr. S-te.' Wednesday morning. 3Vlr. to Tabor and-then1.'on to Lnthbridge j who is 70 years with Sgt. Pat hanging steadily to his wcll known and respected in the com trail. The suspoct was roused from munity, having lived hero for many his sleep in a Lethbridge hotel on ycars.