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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta A LOCAL BUDGET. WEDNESDAY AJv'rn. Xfipitay has opened a real estate, insurance, and accounting of-:ficc in the - Whitney block. City IHiigirieer Arnold's office has linen movcwl from the Miginboihatn ISIock to tlw Whitney block. K. Baron of, fluddersfield, Eng., ar->rivod in the city last night. He will he in charge of the electrical work at tho Diamond Coal Co. mines at Diamond City. . \ 'the Dallas Co., Ltd., has taken over the business of tho Dallas Hotel from C. .1. lOckstorm &> Co. The �copital of the new company is $25,-000^ all of which is paid up. The �directors urn U. J. EckBtorro, president, ajid manager, C. A. Little, vice president, M. Freeman, secretary It. J''. Ueev�/ and 1est wheat in the province is a very fine example Of the silversmith's art. It is being carried around on exhibition will represent tho Nanton Hoard of J at the various seed fairs throughout Trade at the Convention hero on tho ; tho province. The cup will go to the farmer raising the wheat that takes the prize at the Provincial 21st. P. I. Niiismith Jr., und Arthur Mcwburn left on last night's train to t I,,air to bo held in Ijethbridgo their respective colleges at Toronto and Port Hope. Miss Alexander, sister of J. S. T. Alexander of Fernie arrived on last night's train and will be the guest of Mrs. Conyljenrc of Kiverview for some time. Mrs. A. II. MrKcown and her daugh tors, Mrs Minkier, and Miss Mc-ICwwn, wlii) hn>v been visiting Mrs. P. McKuown. returned to. Calgary this morning. Isadora r,nframboise, a half breed, stole If? head of horses on Dec. 18, near Medicine Hat, and was arrested1 on Thursday at Han ley Sask., and will be brought back .for trial. La' framboise' is an old offender at this game. This morning at the Barracks sthe case of A. Mitchell, Provincial Weed Inspector, against J. T. Sinollic of Kaymond for allowing-noxious weeds on his farm, was adjourned until Wednesday by Supt. Wilson. The Misses Cohybearc, who have been spending their holidays at their home here, left for Toronto last night. They were accompanied by their brother, who was unable through ill health to attend last, term. Tho two boys, Arthur Sleilritz and Willie Tortoraile, who were arrested on Thursday night for stealing a sum of money, are evidently two bad boys Tho former is a Swede, hauling from Stetitler, whose mother suicided last March and after her death his1 step-father drove him from home. He is only fourteen years of age and has got into bad company. The other is an Italian, whose parents reside at j R&nkhend. He has spent a term in the Calgary gunrd-room already and has beer, arrested on three other- occasions. He is fifteen years old. MONDAY. A new roof is being placed on tho the Co-Op. store. Mr. Taylor is erectiag quite a large green-house at the corner of London iloud and liartlett Street. On Friday evening Miss Pollock gave a, sleigh party in honor of hor friend Miss Bessie Hazell, of I�th-brklge, who has been visiting her tho holidays.-Pernio Ledger. John L. Schrum, who has- recently come to I-ethbridge from Ontario has purchased a quarter section of irrigated land at Coaldale. The Alberta Realty Co. put the deal through. W. II. Fairfield of the local Experimental Farm, has been spending-sc-, veral days with the Provincial seed j carload of thoroughbred Clydesdales train at Medicine Hat and other ;out with him 'this morning. Ho points. He joins the party again tomorrow at Raymond. Win. Oliver is having the hall �iver February 18, lt�, and 20. The cup �stands about two feet high and is on un ebony pedestal on which are,a num Ix-r, of small silver shields for the names of the winners from year to ye;\r. The globe is eight inches in diameter, and has a figure on top holding the coat of arms of tho province. Supporting the glolw arc a number of sheaves of wheat in gold. The inscription on the cup reads: "Farm Trophy Championship Wheat, Alberta." The letter boxes for the station have boon in the city for two weeks utKl were on Saturday taken over to the station. Agent Graham has had instructions to have the box es erected as soon as possible. It is therefore probable that the long wish ed for lei tor-boxes will be ready for use in a short time. Tho^ Seed Fair special train party were m tho city j'esterday and left for Stirling this morning. In the parly are W. C. McKillican, of Calgary, who is in charge of tho train, A. Mitchell of Edmonton, and G. F. Kymal of Calgary. Accompanying the party also are Mr. Murray, the manager of the Experimental Farm at Jirandon, Man., �>. H. Jell iff of Spring Coulee, T. H. Woolford of Cardston, and T. G. Jamie-son.of the Alberta Pacific Elevator Co. The S�jd Fair will be held at Stirling today, Magrath on Wednesday, at Card ston on Thursday and Friday, return ing to Lethbridge for Saturday. Rev. J. W. Bell, D.D., one of the old timer Methodist preachers in the west was in tho city yesterday ai.d preached in Wesley Church in the morning. In the afternoon, he ou-dressed Knox Church Sunday j^-bool and assisted in the service nt Wesley Church in the evening. Tonight ho gives an Illustrated lecture in Wesley Church and tomorrow evening another lecture in Knox Church. Mr. Ball came west in 1878 and with tho ex#| ception of six years (J.890-1895) when ho was provincial superintendent, of the Royal Templars of Temperance Society in Ontario, resided in the West until 1901 when he went to North Dakota\ returning to Canada a short time ago, settling at Maple Creek, Sask. Mr. Boll has bo?n recognized'' as one of the best platform temperance speakers in Ca- TUESDAY. Mrs. W. J. Glass whb has been visiting hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Fleetwood, returned with her throe children to Mucleod this morning. James Hanson of Cardston took, a during the year. The summer meet I,the Alberta Itestaurant and L. (Cool's lie hold in June und the fall in con-section wHh the Agricultural Society Pair in August. It. Randle. of Coutts, AVta., is spending a lew days in the city. He reports a splendid winter along the boundary, with cattle rolling in fat, And putting on flesh. There has been practically no winter, south of the Hills.-M'-dic ne Hat News. The annual b'onspicl held by the Alberta Branch of the Royal Caledonian Curling Club will be held in Col-fury commencing" Monday. January 30th. Entries may be made up to the morning of the same day. It is not proba-ble that any Ijethbridge rinks will go to the bonspicl to participate as there has been no curling here this wintey The Frank Paper says: John Tor-rence, representing the Ijethbridge Herald, the new Lethbridge daily, visited' the Pass during the week in the intoresl of that paper. As the �ews service of The Herald is a mark *d improvement ovj'r that of The store fitted up an an Assembly hall and it will be usod as a theatre, until the city is provided with a better and larger building. In his remarks at the Rnymond wa has just returned from a purchasing trip to tho East, At the Westminster Guild mooting last evening Mr. A. J. Irving gave ji splendid address on The Rich Young Ruler. T. S. McKenzie had charge of tho devotional part of the meeting. Otto Meier, an old employee of Edmonton, Jun. 11.-Considerable satisfaction is being expressed here by those who favor tho government ownership of telephoncu and they constitute tho majority of the citizens of tho capital, in tho recent purchase of tho Ball Telephone system in the Province of Manitoba. The monopoly will hardly engage in a struggle with the government over the control of tlic telephones in this province now that its most powerful arm has been cut off by the Manitoba bargain. It looks now as if the road for government ownership is clear and that Western Canada will furnish the arena for the first and untrummcllcd operation of such a widely ramifying public utility in all its phases. Nothing is known here as to the in tention of the Alberta government re specting its policy or relations to wards the .purchase of tho Bell system existing in this province, but it is learned on the best authority that Mr, Cushing will not let the present opportunity slip without mak ing overtures to the Bell Co. for the purchase of their system.. The present is regarded as an' opportune moment to open negotiations The government have first pursued the wise policy of showing the Bell Company they were in earnest in establishing a provincial telephone system. A number of trunk linos and exchanges at strategic points have been secured so that the government is on > position of equality with the private Icompany in opening negotiations. There is considerable feeling that lias been voiced in the press of both political parties about placing the honor of initiating the policy of provincial telephones in Western Canada? Was it the Rutherford or the lloblin government? The public will regard this as a very secondary phase of the problem. Possibly the question, like the one who brought about confederation, wil, never be settled. Like the. confederation query, the telephone question was mainly settled, and the policy of both governments the outcome of a strong public sentiment in favor of public control of our utilities. The municlitalities of the1 west have gone a long way in the direction of public 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 of the Ru therlord administration, that H was from its inception as a government in Alberta strongly -in favor of its political doctrine. The first session ot 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 have just finished unloading a big-ear of MIXED HARDWARE, which includes Wagon and Carriage Wood Work Hay Forks and Manure Forks : Heavy and Shelf Hardware Wire Nags Staples Lanterns Horse Shoes Glass, etc. \Qoibc in the store and use it when in Lethbridge and come soon and lay in' Spring Supplies :: /:: / The Alberta Hardware. Plumbing & Heating Co. Successors to Brodie & Stafford Md Hick � Wakcly LETHBRIDGE the sum of S25.000 was sot apart for the construction of the line now in operation for nearly a year from Cal gary to jUanff. During tho following summer of 1906 the policy of the Government was elaborated and declared in the second session. In Manitoba both parties had declared for a provincial policy. The DANIELSON HAS BEEN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL ter users meeting J. T. Smellie stat-.Fritz 'Slck' at pernie, was in the city ed th^t he favored the transfer of tho water right but not independent of the land. The Herald report stated: "lie said that tho water right ought to be independent of the land." Sunny Southern Alberta and no mistake. A lilac tree at Frank Lock era on Ford St. is in leaf. Think of it. Eusterncrs who are ploughing through snow and wearing fur caps to keep from freezing. It is understood that E. N. Wake-ly and Mr. Crest, sr., have in viow the erection of" a frame building 2f.x 60, on Hound street, almost opposite the Enterprise Lumber Co. Thb ground door will Iks used as a store and the uppor floor will bo a"?.>r-Aioncd into apartments. An amusing story is told of the initiation of twos local members cf a New Year Presents dressing Cases Piute Glass Mirrors ttiilett Safety Razors Tje*ther and Cloth Bound Books Burnt Leather Goods Faucy Souvenir China . J. JOHNSTON Dnggist and Stationer. ''How's the day and now's the hour" to mail your cousins across the sea one or more of Pur many suitabl. articles' for mailing to distant friends such as LETHIinilXJK SOUVBHIB BOOK-LOTS, PHOTO POST CARDS OF LETHlilUlXifc: AND VICINITY. TUCK'S FIKB( ART CALENDARS �IVORY AND EMBOSSED ClIRIST-jtiAg CARDS UUItffT LEATHER SOUVENIRS. J. D. Higinbotham & Co. LIMITED Huulj and Dupaaaing Chemist*' ing drunk yesterday. Ho purchased the old equipment of the Lethbridge Brewery and in company with Frank ZJwlck, will establish a- brewery at Michel, B. C. with a capacity of fifty barrels Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ibey came ,in on Thursday from Lethbridge. Mrs. Ibey has been absent for some weeks during which time she has been confined to tho Lothbrdge hospital. \Vo are pleasod to state that she., is rapidly improving-Cardston Star. - Zionas N. Vaughan of Boise City, Idaho, who is largely interested in the Waterton Oil, Land, and Power Co. that is building the saw mill in tho river-bottom returned home* this morning after, spending several days looking over the company's affairs here and at the Waterton Lakes. That the C. I*. It. arc handling freight in good shape is evidenced by the fact thai the Alberta Hardware, Plumbing, and Heating Co. had a car of mixed hardware leave Winni-l*!g at 21.45 on the 8th. It arrived in Lethbridge at noon on the 13th. The cars were placed and two dray-londs delivered before six o'clock. Police Magistrate Humphries was busy this morning. A man najiuxi J. McFadden was fined a dollar and costs for l>eing drunk, Chas. McDonald was relieved of $2 and costs for being drunk and disorderly. Last nigbt while Sheriff and Mrs. Young were away he went into ihoir houw) and was found by them asleep on .the floor. The police awakened him up and lot him ifleep in tho cells. Another-by tfia nuiuo of Archer was soaked two dollars and costs for be- High River, Jan. 13.-the High Ri vcr Times says: "Carl J. Danielson, who has been a well known figure in the community for several years, was committed by Magistrate Holmes on three separate chnrges of obtaining money by false pretences. The first was from the Bank of Commerce at Claresholm, the second from the same bank at Nanton, and the third at the Union Bank at High River. It api>ears that in April last Danielson appeared at the Bank of Commerce, Nanton, gave a statement of his affairs showing a surplus of some 830,000 and on tho strength of that statement obtained various advances aKtfregating about SI,000, which, needless to say, he still owes. At that tinie he was also indebted to liabilities which he claimed were limited to some $300 owing on a land deal, and succeeded in getting into the good graces of that institution to the extent of about $1700. The Bank of Hamilton at Nanton suffered to the extent, of some $900. He .has various other liabilities, which include the price of a rubber tired buggy and fur-lined coat, which brings the total considerably over $10,000, while his assets consist of about a dozen horses and a homestead so far as we have been able to learn. The extent of his depredations had not been brought to light until Monday of this week when Mr. Cornwall came to High River for tho purpose of endeavoring to obtain security for Danielson's indebtedness in the High River branch of tho same ' that branch. On arriving here he bank, 'but this did not appear from his statement. On duly 2nd, Danielson called on Mr. Cornwalf of the Claresholm branch of tho Commerce, gave a similar statement, stated that he lived only soma twenty miles from Claresholm, but failed to give any informa tion of his liability to the Nanton branch and various other banks. By this time he had managed to work tho Northern at High River and also the Bank of Hamilton at Nanton. He secured Irom time to time some 1200 at Claresholm. By similar tactics ho secured some $800 from tlie Cileichen branch of tho Bank of Commerce. In the meantime he did considerable business in a small way with the Northern Bank, whom ho had mulcted to the extent of some $800. Quite recently lie presented a similar statement to the Union Hank, wan .'.examined minutely by the manager as to learned that the bird had flown. A warrant was immediately issued and the Lethbridge police communicated with by wire. Danielson was arrested in Lethbridge and brought back here on Tuesday morning. Tho foregoing facts were elicited nt the preliminary hearing before Magistrate Holmes yesterday. At the hearing Mr. Balluchey of High River prosecuted on behalf of the Bank of Commerce and the Union Bank, while C. f\ Harris, of Lethbridge, appeared for the defence. The accused is now en'joying the contemplation of his wealth in the police barracks at Calgary. When arrested he had over $1,000 in bills on his person and wo learn that n, scrap is now pending over tho custody of this�money. The accused claims Hint it should remain at his disposal, while the Bank of Commerce'has a feeling that morally at least they are entitled to a share of it. existence of the Bell system, which had developed to considerable proportions, complicated the situation for the government. Which may explain on a very reasonable ground why the Manitoba government were doterred from making a more definite declaration of their policy from time to timo. Tbey were evidently waiting for the grand coup do etat of Inst week. They did not wait in vain. The price paid was not too low by any means, but the government has succeeded in eliminating the opposition and competition of a powerful corporation and obtaining a free hand. The spirit of tho west is indeed for public ownership to the hilt. The same spirit Is more strongly reflected in 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. Telegraph Company. Mr. Cushing speaking at .Vermillion stated that unless justice and independence could be obtained, it might become necessary to establish Provincial telegraph lines. Thexgovernments of the west hive.their eyes on the corporations. Ontario and Quebec BaptUrU witt contribute $200,000 towards sions. When the Stomach, 'Heart, or Kidney nerves get weak,, then these organs always fail. Don't drug th* stomach, nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. , That is simply a makeshift. Oct a. prescription known to drug- * gists everywhere as Dr. Snoop's Restorative. The Restorative is prepared expressly for these weak inside nerves. Strengthen these nerves, build them up with Dr. Stoop's Restorative-tablets .or liquid-and see how quickly help will come. Free sample test sent on request by Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis., Your health'to surely worth this simple test. Sold by all druggists. Take Your/Choice aud you will'find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to choose from. Our Hams and Bacon are noted for their tine flavor.  Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 MMil HOME MISSION SUNDAY (From Monday'* Daily.) Yesterday was Home Mission Sunday in the Baptist Church. Rev. 0. C. McLaurin, superintendent of missions in Alberta, preached morning and evening to good congregations. The preacher narrated some interesting facts regarding Baptist missions in Western Canada. The First Baptist church in Winnipeg was' organized 35 yen is ago with seven members. Now there arc 140 churches in the West with 125 organized pastors. There is a college in Brandon with property valued at about $150,-00.00 and another college at Summer-land, B. C. One interesting feature of. the Baptist mission work spoken of by Mr. McLnurin, was the work carried on among the non-English speaking people. According to his authority, the linptists have more missionaries than all tho other denominations in tho West put together. There are churches organized among the Germans, Scandinavians, Russians, Galicians and Hungarians. In speaking more particularly about Alberta, Mr. McLaurin said that 8 years ago the Mision Hoard discussed the advisability of withdrawing from Calgary. Now them urc four churches with four ordained ministers (and throe mission halls in that city. Last year on one Sunday an offering of $3,000 was made lor missions by the congregation of tho First Baptist church of which Rev. V. W. Patterson ia pastor. At the close of yesterday's services offerings- for the work were made which will amount when all is paid to about $100.00. Mr. McLaurin left this morning on the westbound train for Blairmore, farms and Farm lands 640 acres, 2 miles east of the Stiver farm at $13.00 per acre, on good terms. - 320 acres, 1-2 mile from siding, about 10 miles from Lethbridge, at 013.60 per acre, easy terms. 640 acres, 3 miles from Lethbridge, 020.00 per acre, on easy terms. . 5,000 acres on proposed line of railway at $7.25 per acre^- easy terms.  -.���'. ; Up-to-date improved farms, with crop, machinery and horses for sale. Small cash payments, balance crop payment plan. Alberta Realty Co R.N.W.M. POLICE SALE OF CAST HORSES Horse Beg. No. 2623 will be sold by Public Auction, at the City Scales, Lethbridge, on Friday the 17th day of January, 1908, at 2 p.m. No newspaper will be paid for publishing this advertisement without proper authority,' JAS. 0. WILSON, Supt. Commanding "K" Divisioa, 10-U Lethbridge. . ;