Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
vouimi: i l \ IIKAI) OKFIC-K. TORONTO Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 ommercc Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 M K \l ,\ 1,1\ ! K l i in � n t,r;o. a. ','x pi � *t 'i-ti! t J M \ * r BRANCHES IN CANADA AM) Till': I'nit Ml) STATKS A general Bunking Business transacted. Acconts mny be opened mid con dueled by mail with all brunches of this 'tank. SAYI N 1817 Capital nil paid up............. Re>erved Yund ......... IWihinu Profit and Lor^s......... 4 � . . ..SH.000,000 10,000,000 MS, 159 it Head Office ntrea in h PHKSIDtNT . �'| its .x AN .MlWi i tiyAL � � M VICE-PHfcSIDENT � m. . mm. .\ it k c. m. - s ;i I im\ - . Tin � j yrrs wi'l'i � ! ' uarln il 111 lllc iilcilliral rostnilH1 'fli.'it w'ftiiM adorn lli'in in a ^mir 'in flnly and vi�rv l'�'\v si eclat rs ! appeared with a tall overcoat. Sn mill h al'oui tin* wcatln-r. now t'nr Hie inaich lid hi a ide/f simply won in a canter. ( aIj^ary's players ae'e I as t Inmic/'ii t hi'V had Ihtn fro/, ii up all winter and hadn't thawed out. The local battery. Audi r-ton and Honk, couldn't he sohi 1 11\ \\>f \ isiloiri. Anderson is a stea�l\ pitcher and no man could handle his delivery hetter behind the plate than llotik. McLean, tlie man Caluary placed in the ho\ at lirst. rame u* close to UettlliLT the hall over the plnti' as (ieoitn* llouk could come to m't- tint( metre into a verse of jKietry or l Fred Rooney c�uild come to standing on a pair of roller skates. McLean was jerked held handling the "high baJU' lo the delight ol their Ktl]>- jMii'teis. Calvary chased the ball about the Held as though they were playing blind man's bull*. A. K Humphries umpired the match, and as he is still living and bear1- no marks of mutilation, it is I needless to sa\ his decisions were acceptable. Annual Meeting of Lethbridge Liberals! A. M. GRACE THE NEW PRESIDENT Many Resolutions in Regard to Railway Policy. The Lethbridge liberal asaotM-ution at its annual meeting last night pronounced in n most cin-phntio manner in favor of the provincuil govornuuMit demanding j a money deposit from every company seeking a railroad chnrterand coin] jelling the coin puny also to guarantee to construct tin? road within a certain time. Failure to earn- out this provision, would result in the money being forfeited. The resolution, which also included a clause thai a railway act should Now is the time to place your order for a Suit or Overcoat or extra Trousers. We have already received a shipment of Spring Suitings, and as this is the slack season fot the tailor, we will give a special discount on any piece of cloth you may select. You will also be assured of better workmanship than during the busy season, as the � tailors not being rushed, can spend plenty of time on each garment. Why not Save from $5.00 to $ 15.00 ON YOUR Aii.I I � Si i Ib>T LIN Kits u will do. thanks. On!', \en innings were played. Who said thirteen was an tm- lllekv hUUtbel be adopted. regulat hit: rates, charters, etc.. was moved by W. t\ Simmons, seconded by Win.Oliver and unanimously carried. It was pointed out by these gentlemen and Dr. Ualbraith. M. Young and dohn Mrodie that legislation of this sort was necessary to safeguard the interesls of the people. All act was wanted that would make the railroads sit up straight. They did not want a repetition of the (\ I*. K.'s conduct in passing by the towns of Mncleod and Pincher Creek, just because these places would not be held up by the corporation. The meeting was largely attended and much interest was evinced in tla* proceedings, Win. Oliver presided until the new ofticers had been elected as follows: President. A. M. (irace; 1st vice president, John Brodie: 2nd vice presi-eent, E.N. Higinl>olham; secretary, V. V. Bennett: treasurer. Brown Pijx's; executive Dr. Galhruith, John Bruce. M. Young. W. Oliver. M.OIeson. A. B. Stafford, Fred. Kooiicv A number of new mem- hers were elected. The necessity of a strict game law was emphasized. Attention was drawn to tin* reckless slaughter of deer by the Stoney Indians It was suggested that the government should provide for a gun license and pay game guardians for enforcing the law. Tl e retiring otlicers received a hearty vote of thanks be I ore the meetinu adjourned. SPRING CLOTHING BY ORDERING NOW Yours for Fine Clothing' MERCHANT TAILOR AND MEN'S OUTFITTER MILITARY^ DRILL May be Introduced in Our Public Schools. K. W. Wright, is in town spend- The School management coui- It is unite possible that physical drill will he introduced in the public schools of the town. A communication cam** before the bo.vnl of education at a meeting Monday night from !. H. Kdwards. otVering STRUCK LIVE WIRES George Stafford's Narrow Escape from Death. ^Su|K�riutend(�nt Wilson,and Mrs. his sen ices as instructor, in easel ^ ikson, wen* tin* guests of honor they decided to have military or|;,t � luncheon given by Lieutenant physical drill. In consequence a committee was npj>oiute I to confer with Mr. Kd wards in reganl to the matter. The trustees seem to favor the idea. . p . i ii i i * * " " | tuittee held a meeting after the tug a lew davs with his brother, u l ~r t/i *� \t i t * Board of hducatiou Monday night and discussed the question of grading teachers' salaries but did not reach any conclusion. Dr. Campbell, who has practiced with much success in Cardslou for the past live years, has entered into |Mirtnership with Hon. Dr. De-Yeher. He will come here iu a short time with Mrs. Campbell to reside. Drs. DcYeber and Campbell have leased offices in the Ott building. Dr. Campbell is a 13. A., as well as M. 1). and a gold medallist, too. Before coming west he practised at Beachburg. He is a native of Renfrew. H. A. Wright, on his way from 1 iiie to Medicine Hat. At Wesley church this evening the marriage of Erick (Justaf Carlson, of Lethbridge. and Miss Ethel Thornton, of DesMoiues. Iowa, will be solemnized by Kev. J. E. Hugh-sou. (lovcuor Forget at (loverninent House, Kegina, on their way to Lethbridge from Prince Albert, C. S. Crest is back in the land of sunshine again. He returned on Hie teachers iu the scliooIs_were|Satuniay from Montana and brought with him Mrs. Crest, rooms|n charming bride who will receive a warm welcome iu social circles. The t'algary Aen^takeii for drive around t� >wu a ftcr t he i a inai'-h. Fred Kenny uot a blow in the eye, but ii did not leave much of a main, May - �r iiot;er> \ er. 1 ii* _r' K 1 - 'iilv silk hat in 11 i\v u g�it a \ i ol i he match. 11 occu � pled a :'i-served >eat "ti t Honk's head. Houk. jr. is a^ L(o.�d n c,iicln>r as llouk. ri\ . is an enthusiast, and e\el ybed\ kuoWs thai to mean he | is a dandv Moore. Simmons. Anderson and Houk scored two runs each and the reM of the team one each. Petri'- [allied in the only run for Oalgary in the third innings. Tinthe (\-iIgary third baseiuaii. will be a member of the Lethbridge team in all liklihood, this suiiwiii'i- lb- is coining to ( live in Lethbridge, having taken a position oh the Herald as machine operator. � m The Lethbridge team was made upas follows: Houk. c, Anderson, p. Moore, c f.. (iagnon. lb. Barber. 2b, Applefurd. s. s.. Simons. lib., Cuthbertson. I. f.. t ialliv an. The spare men were Kenny 'Shannon. (Jeu. Stafford, a young man tun-ployed at the Electric Light Co/s |h>wer house, and s->u of Win. Station!, met with a serious accident on Thursday night last. After eating his lunch iu a room where live wires abound, he. thoughtlessly, leaned back iu tin* chair he was silting upon, and in a flash a live wire struck him between the shoulders. He moved quickly but the side of his face also came into contact with a wire Help came immediately, the jxnver was turned off and the young man was quickly removed to the hospftal. His fire and back were badly burned and for a time it was feared the burns might cause him to lose the sight of an eye, but. happily, the pros|terts now are that he will recover without such an unfortunate mishap. It is a wonder that Mr. StatVord escaiH.il with his life. As a result of the accident the town was in darkness for about half an hour. Young Stall'onl will have to have sonic skin from his body grafted on his face. One of his eyes will have to be carefully treatiil too. though there is no danger of him losing his sight. instructed to keep a record of the 1 cm|X'ruture in tin1 class daring February. An application from Miss Alice B. Wooster tor a position on the teaching staff was tiled. Tho town council wilt be asked to put crossings on Bonqias st. at the corners of (ilyn and Bunlett sis. and to extern! the present sidewalk on the south side of Bompas st. and to extend the walk on Bompas st. to connect with the new walk on Bunlett st.. ami to extend the present walk on Westminster road to tin building. Amongst the accounts ordered Hat. Tin* Lethbridge plumbers have completed their work on the new hotel and left for their homes on Friday last Proprietor Cahoon is more than pleased with the work the boyB did. Messrs Hick ami Wakely an* the lads. Cardston Star. Bert Forster. Medicine Hat. is visiting his many friends in town. He is having a brief holiday from new school'business and will visit his brother iu thejtass before returning to the Bert is looking his U�st and his old wdto to bejKiid wen* Hick & Wakely, seems glad to be &MI.77; .las. Patterson. ^112.1.and friends again the A. U. A: I. Co., $'X\Ml among A LOCAL BUDGET. It is not improlwible that iu the near future a High School will lie established hen* with a principal and stall. There are only two High Schools in the province and On Jan. to the wife of as the school ]m>pulation is increas iug the necessity for more schools is becoming apparent. Born V. McDonald, a son. Born To the wife of John A Met iutl'in. on .lan. ii. a daughter. P. L. Xnismitli and C. he use may be applied for later. the Taber. at pieseut. has only one hceU.ti d hotel. Esti van on Monday owing to d p. m ; 7:00 in 8:110 p m O lice Nl^tii Hell aud l'elc, hone -Hon. I). ||. . . retiring from the .Manitolm government to accept the position of veterinary in the department of Agriculture. Hugh Armstrong will biicceed him in the '"hilled I he salaries of the cabinet ministers will be increased to Afternoon Wires. Specials to the I braid : Frederick 111 is now reigning iu I >eumark. Edmonton defeated Kosslaud at hockey. T> to u. Pense. liberal, was re elected iu the Kingston bye election. After March I the'C. P H..Hinited will cross the continent in 72 hrs Pingle's candidature for tin1 eom-mons iu Assinahoia is looked ujMtn as a joke. He is a Medicine Ha*, resl estat*' man. (i. E. Dcroche, Di'si'ronto. has been ap|m)iutetl senior judge of Hastings county and lb McMillan, (ruelph, junior judge of Victoria. Fin* broke out in U rady's store, Blairmore, Saturday ni^ht and did g2">Ji*K) damage, destroying the jilairinore hotel, two bindings of A. F. f January. Ham-iiioiid Bros, to*>k a photogniph of the scene, which will be reproof lie th- *'n*Vii iu Fusteru paj>ers to estal>- lish th*' claim that has always been made that Lethbrige has the finest climate of any place in Canuda, By the way, the basebull club will J. A. Neidig, an old timer, cele- be considerably stnmgthenul this bruled his tilth birthday on Jan. 21), year by the presence on the team when a jolly party was held. About of Billy Barber, short-stop and B) coupies were present and cards second baseman and Johnny e wedding of Miss 1 lannah HoUiugsheud. foimerly bridge, to Elliott 1 Scott, of Sault St.� Marie, takes place to-morrow at the home of the bride. Duttou. Out. ie---Et Club knows ho*v to entertain. The dunce given in honor of M iss Y roonian, who is soon to be married, and Misses Jessie and Addie Belcher, are going to Toronto to attend St. Maigarets college, at Oliver's Hall on Friday evening last wnsu delightful 'affair. Thirty or forty couples were present and passed probably us pleasant an cveiiirg as has been si�eiit in town this winter, or we should say this spring, for wc haven't had any winter here yet. The music could not have Urn better, the Tuber (irclu*stra providing a progrummo that won heaps of praise from the dancers. The supper served at the Palace Cafe at midnight reflected credit on caterer Hart. The concert and social given by the choir of the Methodist church on Friday evening was a pleasant atVair. A seleiq program was rendered including an instrumental piece by the M isses TitHn and Keiver, vocal selections by Airs. Button and Mr. Cherry and readings by Mrs. Daniels. Miss (intcu and Mr. Sage. Kefivshinents were serveil and aferward a series of competitions wre carried torongh. Fi\e latlies vinl with inch other in a laughable attempt to drive six naiU in blocks of wood The pri/.e fell to Miss Beryl Niuuuons. A more amusing compel il ion was the etVoit of si\ gentlemen to excel in hat trimming. Jas I Jen tun won tin- pri/.e. The proceeds. $U5, will go . the pipe organ fund. I � 'lit. Jar-line, a resident of L� \ hbndge since lss*�. died Friday morning after a prolonged illness, lb 'ius born in London, England, in n � urs ago last August 1. His fat .� -r John .lanhne was a native of ^ �. land. o�M)t. .iardiuc came to ( a< da and Jived for a time at Di.iida*. Out. In 1S7S he settlnl iu Wiuui[ieg and seven years later moved here, where he resided until hisdeat li. I lo [eavesa w ifejive dau-ghters and three sons. The daughters ure Mrs. A. W. R. Murkley, Calgarv. Mrs. J. II. Morris. Kd-inontou. Mrs. C. \\ ishart. Winnipeg. Mrs. Frank Wishart, Chicago, Mrs Calvert, (ireat Fails, and sons, John, Ci real Falls, Arthur P. ('ranbrook and Chas. Edmonton. The deceased married Miss M. D. Perry iu lS(il). Mrs. .M.okley, Mrs, Morris and Charles Janliin' are Mere for the funeral, which yl!' take place tomorrow at 2 oV'ock. and dancing were indulged iu un- |til early morning. Anderson, pitcher. They from Kulispell, Montana, huil Tin* iJassenger steauuT Yalcucia, plying betwiu'ii Sun Francisco and Victoria B. C. was wrecked oil the coast of ' Vancouver Island early lust week. 100 lives lost.