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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta A LOCAL BUDGET. WEDNESDAY which the dt Herald should easily attract a large circulation xhrough which it will serve twv- this district Alvit Itipley him opened a real es- ahead of any other daily. C, Motors, formerly principal of School, is now located tate, iiuiurudoe, and accounting of- in the Whitney block. City Engineer Arnold's -office has secret The -to be around and go the bumps, but thsy faiKsd to GuardH were sent for -them. The fel- in ijod but -they were -taKen out and punishud for their backward- ness. to j 1C. Baron of.IIuddersfiekl, Transfer Co. is expeetrt back from in the city last night, lie will his tonight in charge..of. the electrical work at i Diamond foul Co. at City. The Dallas Co., Ltd., has taken ov- the business of the Dallas Hotel from C. J. Kckstorm Co. The of the new company is OOOj all of -which is paid up. The Directors are C J. Ecksfcorm, pres- O. runt thfi Southard Block. ajid manager, 'C. A; Little, vice M. Freeman, secretary LI. and JJ'. Sick. At a tue-otiiig' of th'c'Ancieht Order people arc remarking that I-the mild weather wo are having this say, however, that writers are iquitc frequent. Mayor Henderson [says on January 7th, 1891, when the old part' of tho present to the .trai School, which he built, was op- jened, the children and teachers had A. Mitcholl, provincial weed inspec- j thoir photographs taken outdoors, tor, is m the city in connection with The thermometer showed forty-seven some uoxLouf weed prosecutions. degrees in the shade that afternoon. A. 31, Nanton; of Winnipeg, manag- Gossip from Capital ing director ffibers were Chief Thos. Heater.- Chief Ranger, Duncan; Sub-Chief Ranger, X. Secretary, E. Sticklpy; Treasurer, J. Proctor; -Senior Woodward, G. Shirley; Junior -ward, W.'Taylor; Senior Junior Beadle, -W.-pleetwood. A jewel was presented to the retiring Past. Chief JtMnger, ,.T, E. Procter, oIKcer -was A." bj. JLU- pofl. District Chief Ranker, assisted installing Woodward Kwd. THURSDAY. Chas. 53 sir, Imigration agent, re- hi.-, duties t'ris morning after -an extended vacation', making the trip io the boundary. G. C. McDonald has removed his estate and insurance office from Conybeure block to the riej block. O. Firth, the member of the Sons England football team, -who sus- tained is. broken rib in the match on Christmas Da.y is around again. 8. J, Shepijherfl, of Montreal, formerly of .Maple Creek, Sask., a jfradnute of McGill university, arriv- ed in the city last night to enter the law office of W. C. -Simmons, M.P.P. Cameron Fraser, of Lacombe, brother of Elmo Fraser. is in the after an absence of two and a yaiari. Cameron lived in Leth- kridge for .many years and was one the city's most popular young 21st. P. L. Xoi Mewburn left ui last night's train to their respective colleges at Toronto and Port Hope. Miss Alexander, sister of J. 3. T. Alexander of Fernit- arrived on last j'thc farmer raising "Jr., and the prize at cup will go to the wheat thajt the Provincial Fair to be held in Lethbridgc Edmonton, Jan. satisfaction is being expressed here by those who favor the government ownership of telephone and they constitute the majority of the citi- j zees of the capital, in the nur-' chase of th-e lialt Telephone systei in the Province of Manitoba. The monopoly will hardly engag in a struggle wkh thfe governmen over the control of the telephones in this province now that its most pow erful arm has been cut off by thv Manitoba bargain. It looks now if the road for government owner- ship is clear and that Western Caua- will furnish the arena for the first and untrammelled operation of such a widely ramifying public utility in all its phases. Nothing is known here as to tho in- tention of the Alberta government zx> specting its'policy or relations night's -train and will be the guest j uamcs February 38, 19, and 20. The cup j wards the .purchase of thy Bell stands about two feet high and is on tern existing in- this province, it is learned oh the best that 3lr. Gushing will not let the present opportunity slip without mak of some Conylsenre of Rivc-rview for an ebony pedestal on which num ber, of small silver shields for the of the winners from year to yeir. The globe is eight inches in Mrs. A. II. McKeown and her daugh 'tors, Mrs. JUiuklyr, and Miss Mc- IC-epwn. who L.i-v been visiting F. McKeoun. returned to Calgary this diameter, and has a figure on top holding the coat of arms of the pro- vince. Supporting the globe are a number of sheaves of wheat in gold. The inscription on the cup reads: Championship Wheat, w I 11 framboise ''Farm Trophy Alberta." Isadora Laframboisc, a half breed, The letter boxes stole IS haad horses on Dec. IS, faave koen hi the near Medh-me Ifat, and was arrestc-d! and were on on TJ.ursrJay at Hanley Sask., and to the station. "'Ug-ht back .for trial. La.' i'- an oicl offender at this game. This morning at the Barracks the case of A. Mitchell, Inspector against J. T. Srnellie of Raymond for allowing-noxious weeds on his farm, was adjourned until Wednesday by Supt. Wilson. The Misses Conybcare, wh'o have to- sys- but authority ing overtures to the Bell Co. for the purchase of their system. The present is regarded as an-op- portune moment to open negotiation The government have firsz pursue the wise policy of showing the Be Company they were in earnest in es> tablishing- a provincial telephone sys for the station j tem- A number of trunk lines an. City for two Saturday taken Agent Clraharn, has had instructions to havc the box! Private (company in' openin es erected as soon as possible. Ti is ticns- exchang.es at strategic points hav been secured so that the govornmeri position of equality with -th negotia therefore that -the long wish be ready for ,been spending their holidays at their home nere, left for Toronto last night. They were'accompanied by their brother, who was unable through m health to attend last, term. The two hoyi, Arthur Sleilritz and AS a meeting of the Women's Home Missionary Society of knoi church evening, the -following officers f elected: President, Miss Mc- 1st vievpresident, .-Miss A. M. Sad vice-president, Mrs. Me- Xiilop; secretary, Miss' Link; Treas- urer. Miai Macbeth. FRIDAY. J. Iln-iii. appointed at Iron Springs (HuBts- settltttneat) wos sworn in yester His Honor .Judge Winter arrived last" njgtot 'from Calgary .and has en- tered .upon his duties as District Judge. J- W. Bownder of Twtvie1 arrivett in :he city xb visit sons, is years old. ston on Thursday and Friday, return old Lethbridge for Saturday. :v. J. W. Bell. B.D., one of the tinier Methodist preachers m the was in the city yesterday atd n he. the ou- the Lfcurch preached in Wesley Church, morning. In the afternoon. di'CTseu Knox Church. Sunday d in the service the evening. Tonight gives an illustrated lecture in Church and tomorrow evening anoth er lecture in Knox Church. 'Mr. Bel ctxme west in 1878 and with the ex ception of" six years (1390-1895) when lie was superintend- ent, of the Royal Templars of eronce Society in Ontario, resided in the until 1901 when he wetrt who brought A. Mitchell of Edmonton, and G. F. Kymal of Calgary, Accompanying j possibly the the party also are Mr. Murray, the manager of the Experimental Farm at Brandon, Han., L. HT. Jelliff of Spring Coulee. T. H. Woolford Of Cardston. and T. G. Jamieson.of the Alberta Pacific Elevator Co. Tne Fair will be at Stirling to- day, on Wednesday, at Card There is considerable feeling that has been voiced in the press of botl political parties about placing the honor of initiating the policy of pro- vincial-telephones .in Western Cana- da? Wras it the Rutherford or the Roblin The public will regard this as -a very secondary, of -the problem, question. Jifae the one about confederation. Turf Association_ held' last night it j at Baymond. decided to hold two race meets oinrts. He joins the party again to- i nas Just returned from a purchasing to Xorth Dakota1, returning to Can- ada a short time ago, settling at Maple Creek, Sask. Mr. Btefl has as one of the best platform temperance speakers in Ca- TUESDAY. Mrs. W. J. Glass who has been vis- iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Fleetwood. returiied with her three children to Macleod- this morning. James Hanson of Cardston took a carload of thoroughbred Clydesdales out with him this morning. HO trip to the East, Win. Oliver '.s having the hall over] At 'tfle Westminster Guild mooting (the Alberta Restaurant olid L. .-i-el's' evening Mr. A. J. Irving ffave a store fitted-up an an Assembly address on The-Rich. Young wil, never be settled. Like the- con- federation query, -the -telephone ques- tion was mainly settled, and the pol- icy of both governments the out- come of-a strong public Sentiment in favor of public control of our utili- ties. municipalities of thi? west have gone a long way in the direc- tion otf-jwblic ownership and control, and it: was expected that sooner or later these ideas would be reflected in provincial legislation. This can be said at .least o! the Bu administration, that H was from its inception as a government in Alberta strongly -in favor of its political doctrine. The first session of the Alberta legislature saw an act Passed empowering municipalities to establish telephones and to borrow money for this purpose. Further, A BIG CAR OF HARDWARE Just UNLOADED We jutt nnithcd of MIXEC HARDWARE, which a kif Wagon and Carriage Wood Work Hay Forks and Manure Forks Heavy and Shelf Hardware Wire NaUs Staples Lanterns Horse Shoes Glass, etc. xQome in the store and use it when in Lethbriage and come toon and lay in' Spring SuppUet The Alberta Hardware, Plumbing 4 Heating Successors Brwlit Slafftrd and Hkk i Wikcly LEI HBRIDGE he sum of was apart for construction of the line now in operation for nearly a year from Col to jBan-ff. During the following summer of 1906 the policy of the Go- vernment was elaborated and declar- ed in the second session. In Manitoba both parties had de- clared for a provincial policy. DANIELSON HAS BEEN COMMITTED FOR TTUAl existence of Bell system, which .had developed to pro- portions, complicated the situation for the- government. Which may ex- plain on a very reasonable ground why. the Manitoba government were deterred from making a more definite declaration of their policy from time to time. They wera evidently wait- ing- for the grand coup dc etat of last week. They did not wait in vain. The price paid was not too; Ontario and Quebec' conttdbutit siona; Baptists .wilt stomach, but the govern- in eliminating High River, Jan. High Hi! liabilities which he claimed were lim- ver Times says: ''Carl J. Banieison, who has. been a .well known figure in ited to some and it will be used as a'theatre, un- til the city is provided .-with; a better and larger building. In his remarks the Raymond wa- Ruler. T. S. McKenzie had charge of the devotional part of the meet- ing. Otto STeier, an old employee of reports a splendid winter, along the ter users meeting J. T. Smellie Sick- at Fernie, was in the city with cattle rolling in fat, fa-vtred. -the transfer of thg j yeSltorday- He purchased the old a-nd putting'oh llesh. There has j water righl ?rat. not independent of eciuiPmertt of the Lethbridge Brewery been practically no wtinter, south of 'thft land- Tiic Herald report the ne Hat News. The annuii 1 bbn.spiel held by the Al- "He said that the water right ought be independent, of the ]and." Sunny Southern Albei-ta and no berw, Branch of the Royal Caledon- ian Curling Club will be held in Col- j A lilac tree at Fcank Lock jtary commencir.ff Monday. January i 30th. Entries may be made up to i and in co'-npanj' with Frank Zwick, will establish a'brewery at Michel, B. C. with a capacity of fifty barrels Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ibey on Thursday from Lethbridge. Mrs. up The. morning- of the same day. It is not probable that any JLethbridge rinks will, go to the bonspiel to par- ticipate has been no curling this The Frank Paper says: John Ter- ence-, representing the Leth-brid'ge Herald, the new .Lethbridge daily, j the Pass durinj; the. week in j the-interest of. that paper. As the! iws service of The I-fora Id is a mark i er's on Ford St. is in leaf. Think {Ibey has bectt for some'woeks of it. Easterners who are ploughing- j uurmK wtiicn iime bhe has been, con- and wearing fur caps J fmed to thc Let-hbrdgc hospital. Wo are pleased to state that she., is rap- idly Star. Zienas 3f. Vaughan of Boise City, Waho. who is largely irrtcrested in the Watorton Oil, Land, and Power Co. that is building the saw mill in the river-bottom returned home-, this owing on a land succeeded in getting into the good graces of that institution to the extent of about 11700. The Bank of Hamilton at Xanton suffer- ed to the extent, of some' He .has various other liabilities, which include the price of a rubber, tired buggy and fur-lined coat, which brings the total considerably while his assets consist of about a dozen horses and a .home- stead so far as we have been able to learn. The extent. of his depreda- tions had. not been brought to light until Monday of this week when Mr- Cornwall caine to High .River for the purpose of endeavoring to obtain se- curity for Danielson's indebtedness in that branch. On arriving here he learned that the -bird had flown. A warrant was immediately issued and Daniclson called on'the Lethbridge police communicated the community for several years, was committed by Magistrate.Holmes on three separate charges of obtaining money by false pretences. The first was from the Bank of Commerce at laresholm, the second from the same bank at Nanton, and the third at "the hion Bank at High Rivwr. It appears that in April lost Dan- ielson appeared at the Bank of Com- merce, Nanton, gave a statement of his affairs showing a surplus of some and on the strength of that statement obtained various' advances aggregating about which, nced'esa to say, he still owes. At that time he was also indebted, to the High branch of the same bank, 'but this did cot appear from his statement. On July 2nd, low by any means, ment has succeeded the" opposition and competition of a powerful corporation and obtaining a free hand. The spirit of the west is indeed for public ownership to the hilt. The same spirit is more strongly :n the utterances. of public men every day. When the newspapers of the West were threatened and attempted to be gagged by the C. P. R. Tele- graph Company. Mr. Cushing speak- ing at yermillion stated that unless justice and independence could be obtained, it might become neoesaary to establish Provincial telegraph lines, of the west hive.their eyes on the corporations. When the Stomach, 'Heart, or Kid-" nerves get weak, then thews -or- gans Always fail. Don't drug nor stimulate the Heart or That is makeshift CJet a prescription known to drug- gists everywhere as Dr. Shoop's Be> storative. The Restorative is pre- pared expressly for these weak inside nerves. Strengthen these build them tip with Dr. Sboop's He-- .or and aee how quickly help will come. sample test sent on request by Shoop, Racine, Wis.. Your surely worth this simple test.' by all druggists. olu with by wire. Danielson -was arrest- ed in Lethbridge and brought, back Mr. Cornwall' of thc Claresholm branch of the Commerce, gave a sim- ilar statement, stated that he lived j here on Tuesday morning, only somo twenty miles from Clares- The foregoing facts xvere elicited at holm, but failed to ffive any preliminary hearing bcfon? Macf- snow to keep from freezing. It is understood that E. IST. Wake- ly and Mr.. sr., have in vie--v the erection of a franit building 60, on'Round street, almost opposite The the Enterprise Lumber Co. ground iloor. will lw used as a store and the upper' floor will'be a-p.-r-{ several inl-0 aPartments. An amusing story is told of te m- tion of his liability, to the -Nantori istrate At the branch and various other banks. By hearing Mr. Ballachey Of High River this time he had managed to work prosecuted on behalf of the Bank of the Northern at High River arid also Commerce and