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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta r nut ixmnrtettHm DAnvir Monday, July ALLEGED BOGUS CHECK ARTISTS IVithin; the, past week three alleged forgers 'have been sent up for trial trqtu the police court, all having been itakeu in custody through tho smart york of the local police. Ernest Diiay, a French Canadian, hailing Irpnr Winnipeg, was the last to .be jeent down for trial, his preliminary fcearing taking morning- ferhe police department was represent- ed by City Solicitor Ball. The cheque, which is purported to fcp a forgery, was, awarding to ibe evidence, given to Quay's room-mate, IA. B. Bollarway, by the accused. It peas signed by J- E. Ohvor and was the sum oi nine dollars. iDolIarway took the cheque, and ft" to Mrs. Parsons, the lady ol th tiouse, who cashed it, retaining tw Collars for a week's room rent owe Guay. Dollanvay returned the di! Ifcrenee, seven dollars, to Quay. The.-accused could put up no dense, merely stating that Vie had no jiiaJe tip a cheque for the past thirt Hays. DoHarway who was arrested als that the inorganic the icgetable, the annual and the human in successive stages The earlier are indifferent to the later Progress depends upon the power of the higher stages to con- quer and make use oi the loner In concluding, Air atson added, the plnsical world m v. Inch we In e is like building material for our spiritual unhewn rock, unfelled trees Some of it ue mastered Much of it is unhewn Vs we struggle with these elements our hands are torn, our strength is ex- hausted, but we toil on and as we o! our sweat drops v.e fashion ithe diamond-light crown of manhood, out oi our failures we create higher aims, through our sufferings we learn SMnpathy, by our successes ne build a conquering confidence As we the toil of the centuries find faith growing within us, faith in great spirit akin to our own, an eter- nal life which ve call God DRAMATIST'S 147 PAIRS OF TROUSERS Paris, July 6 honor of being the chief dandy In Paris has just been transferred to the playwright Heim Bernatem Through an indiscretion on the part of his %alet men about town learned with this week that Sf. Bernstein is of 147 pairs of trcuseis, lo which a large separate room, .has been assigned. At -the dramatists apartment .157 Boulevard Haussmann, special designed bj M. Bernstein himself, have been constructed for these gar ments, and it is understood that the owner prides himself on at his disposition a pair In the latest fashion to express ever} poaslolc mood dictated b> his onn state of imnil ur of the day. It estimated that he buys them at the rate of-two pairs week. Trousers have always been >f. Bernstein's strong 'point, and not long ago he was thnd stop, worrying Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH PAY AS YOU LEAVE SYSTEM IS STARTED Vtry Latcai Thing In Street Cars Be cornel Popular Vogue in Cleveland' Cleveland, Juh Is an ag of street railway development. Hard had the .pa> as entei cai at :adned a: degree of familiarity with th public than.someone made a pay-witli u car, and now we have another stvl-e, the as >on leave car i othei words, you bin' voin streetcit ride as you put chase our luncheon a restaurant for n when vou go out. Cleveland ]g the birthplace oC thu newest style of v-ahlcle for urban, ral! waj transit Onlv one of the ha bus fal been constructed but it i expected others may be built so is to give the pattern an adequate est In actual t service Passengers joaid the car in waj of the fron ilatform and leave it at the back the conductor stands with are-box and a machine stamp to pu he- time, limit, on transfers. issued On one side of the .car are cross seats n. the .other: one long seat.extending rom end to end of the vehicle This rrangement of the seating tacilitiei t appears, is not new in eland Vnother feature, not common in othei B-raJld'maybe not fio in Clevelam a megaphone fived oveihead, bu ith speaking connections, so that he motorman -can: convey .informa ions to passengers, presumably, sucl: s 'tianefer here for so and etc 'he qar is fitted with folding steps nd passengers cannot board rt w hile t jg in-'motion. Beit Kind of Car There seems to be some advantag- s gained m the as you c car assengers maj quickly get on board and obtain, seats without "having to t for oi for someone to ave money changed, and'Uhey cau fh-eir seats Sufficiently early to aj their, n at he' new Vehiclf, which it is slid was uggested o, rjjter, street rail- ay, tojjossess cal be adopted It made, out of the regnlai some al eraticns jbeing all'that was necessary o convert it io the Inch the ear jilatform 'j Enter of itfeet car appearance I tested by fh'e t'ajlilnstoh Railway and Electric Co ccording to, illustrations the general arance: of the vehicle is some hat' tne centre entrance car m'New York Paasen a vide door In the middle {he. car by an easy step, and the und'uotor collects their fared as they fa this position, eitending ward" each''end of the car, are a umber ef, in pairs as al, aecommodjifhig fifty-three pas- agtn, which Ira considerablj great capacity than Is common, nd whleh to make It un eceisari., to run tfall cani attached These Vehicles are in line th which began sev- al hicreasefthe size of reel ;raiiway generally, thus more with one r crew formirlv It Is the out rowth Of an which, dominates llroad that. Is seen on earn' in the building.offfrelglit iind the engines of greal capac- y so that heafy loans roay jie sent rough with the MmeJminiSerjof men mplojed ,Thua the eipenaes nger Is reduced, at the Mine me'better serflce" li'gften loathe bljc MAN, PROMOTED I V' fclrknatrlck, 0. T I! train- itel a I, Montreal, has been appoint itirwrlntcndent, of G. T. P. at SWINDLERS WORK A SLICK GAME CINCINNATI ..DIAMOND. MER. 'CHANTS WERE DONE OUT OF THOUSANDS BY GAME Cincinnati, most gigautic faw incites that has eier been peipetruted m tint, cm laid bare yesterday, when several dla.mcmd deal- ers laid the facts, of. the. case before the police and asked .their, aid in catch ing Albert Porter ana William.Cariirj- Italians, hate been oper- ating the old faBhioned endless chain with a new lanatiou for several months Backed by phonj recommendations, these two jiien went to Several dia- mond: deaJers and told ..them.that they had prospective customers, .who. want- ed to purchase diamonds on time. The diamonds were tinned to them, and.they iriilnediately :topk them, to a mone> lender Thej "hocked' them for.a small sum until they became known at the pawn shop, and kept on inci easing, until they finally got the liinit on them tei thej had done tliie with many1 valuable and pushed to the limit, they suddenly left the elt" and the diamond dealeifi woke up to the fact thit tney had been badly stung. The men coi ered up their game by enting a store, and operating T cloth- ng. store. lust how the deajers were stung, is not delmitclT known n, yet, but it is reported 'that one firm was mulcted of woith, another of .JOO, and several others of smaller sums The men left no trace aftei then departure, but the police sent descriptions ot them to everj e cltv In the counts, MRS. MARRIED Coboufg, Ont, Nellie irant Saltonn, 'widow :ot Algernon Batons ot Enelanrt' and 'daughter of General Grant, were married here this morning to FianV'-H. of''Chi- cago, first aiaistint pottmaater gen- eral under Cleyeland, Canom Sprague of St odjciat- ng The bride 'wiS" by lei son. Captain Algernon tSatoris, groom supported by his, brother, Fred. B 'jpnMiOf Chi- cago s Among the guests present Ulyises S Granf 'and his son of San Diego, Cal Mrs Algernon gltoria, and her son Herbert C Satofls, and her Bister, Mile Mr NouKlard, Paris General aid Waah'ing- on, Chevalier and of Cobourg SfDator and. Airs Oliver V Plttlburf Lydla Cosnell Mr WiNfkt of Buffalo, Mr and ilrt. WIIHsplfcCoefe of Plttsburg of Cobonrf i I The couple win in' fhlcago. Garment Hospital Dept. Sick garments made jour, otit of place.ri w e If your coats are broken down build them up and glve'fthem' new lite ,I( vour guarantee a cure. Our t the all eylls apparel is heir 'to Patterns diafted to order. Atao trv oiu cleaning and preiiiig depardnent ih J. HildrethtCe. '_ High Clan Ladles' and Tailora ;