Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lctltbrlage PaUy Herald. Saturday, July ups and Saucers SEE OUR NORTH WINDOW It is elm eked full of Japanese Cups and Saucers, the usual price of which has been 25e Our price for this week 15c. a-piece We have all kinds of Fruit Jars and Jelly .Bottles, etc.. for the preserving season. Our Open Stock Dinnerware is well worth coming to see: several patterns to choose from. Our Glasses are the best quality at the most reasonable prices'ever asked in this city. The Crockery and Glassware Store SloCrabbSt. Phone 556 IT THE LETTER REPLY TO MR. PROSSER Lethbridge. July S, 1910. To the Lethbridge Daily Herald. reply to Mr. A. J. Prosser's letter, "Who Is to as a res- ident of this city, i may say that the church and social and moral re- jforra people are as much to blame 'and m'ore so than any body of public officials. What has Mr. Prosser or any other church minister done ex- cept trying to scatter an evil through the city which all ministers also ail members of the social and moral reform must know exist in spite of them or the law. If .Mr. Prosser gets his way then what is soiug to ESTIMATES OF TABER BOARD Tlirec Teachers. Eiigaged- Tlie Estimated Cost of School Tabor, July monthly school board meeting was held yesterday in the oilice S. J. Lay ton. Besides the usual business being transacted three teachers appointed, and the estimates for the coining The new teachers are Stanley, of Lucan, Ont., Miss Mazie E. Emery, of Con- j jiiring Creek, Miss Carrie E. Skitch, of Calgary. The Board's estimates for the coming year are au advance of over last year. Mr. Williams, the architect on the LIMITED Iron and Brass Founders, Machinists, Blacksmiths, and Boilermakers happen? Anybody with an ounce of neu" sch001' wrote statinS the con- sense taxows Lethbridge will set a itractors couM have their figures an dose of what all cities have sot who by the s'h- and the time listened to ministers and the local !I0r tenders was extended Wednesday, the 13th. Mr. Wil- moral reform people. Its to be. hop- ed that the City Council will keep a stiff backbone and ten Mr. Prosser to attend to the teachings of Gh'rist. Thanking you for this valuable space. Yours truly, MARTIX. HAD SHOULDER- BADLY CRUSHED Dr. Gordon O Hcnrftt says, referring to the infantile death rate from intestinal diseases and diarrhoea spread by the fly, he believes that the soiled fly is v.arh- j ing tne death of. thousands of infants, as well as spreading the germs of typhoid fever. Crew liams' estimate for the new building was received, which places the esti- mated cost of the school at Your correspondent went out- y.es- i terday to W. T. Cook's farm to see the artesian well reported a few days sincft. The well has a flow of 10 -bar- rels 'per hour, and the water is first i class. The people drilling are not as reported, working for Mr. W. A. Au- j j Mn, but for other coal mining people. I DECISION WAS SUSTAINED I Papers were received at the clerk j of the Supreme Court's office this east end of the C. P R shortlv I OI" the appeals heard before 1-before noon !thfi Supreme Court en bane in Cal- met with a serious Accident ar noon, this morning-, from the effects of which he may not recover. He was making- connections .between car? or "adjusting knuckles" as it is termed just previous to the coming -together' of the couplings, tie caught his arm between the i i couplings crushing it almost to a from the shoulder joint down. gary, the middle of last month. The appeal of W. C. Ives and D. J. j Whitney, in the case of' Ives and j vs. Burn and Home, asking for the setting aside of a judgment jmade by Mr. Justice Stuart -was thro-vvn out. Mr. Justice Stuart had set aside the judicial sale of the Gearing, Grates and Extras for Reeves 32 H. P. Trac- tion Engine always on hand. We can make gearing for all other engines at the shortest notice on receipt of old wheel. We have on hand: Steel I Beams 5 in. to 15 in., 30 ft. long, Steel Channels 5 in. and 10 in., 30 ft. lono-. Steel Angles, 1 in. to 8 in., 30 ft. long. Flitch Plates, 1-4 to 3-4 x 12 in. to 15 in. x 30 ft. lono-. o Rounds, .Squares and Flats always on hand. We have just received a large shipment of cap and set screws.'also boiler tubes. Lethbridge Iron Works Co. Phone 332 LIMITED Baroness Road Drawer 3010 Dr. P. }Z. Campbell and the auibu- jIands on the ground that lance were called and the man re-! in the -case had neglect- moved to Gait Hospital. There his to iiaTe sale confirmed by the arm was amputated at the shoulder Mr.: Justice Stuart's decision socket by Drs. Campbell .and DeVeb- j was confirmed. the only thing that will rid your house of these dangerous pests. er. He is reported as can be expected. Immigration Officers Work (Continued from front There are various -wars by -which an undesirable can enter the country undetected by train, but as a matter or fact, it is not in this way that hard characters geaerallr enter. It be born in mind that the In- ternational Boundary is open, a bare prairie for many miles each side of the police .stations, a boundary which undesirables can easily cross without detection, and therein lies the crux of excluding them. At present all is being done to prevent them from coming in. But until houses of de- tention are established, and inspectors and police along the boundary are HAYtNG STARTED Haying operations have com- menced in the district surrounding here. Several loads of this year's cut came into North Lethbridge this morning. The machine men are -busy setting up and sending out rakes. Hay is an average crop on j the irrigated land is doing as well FINE POINT OP LAW RAISED In the case of Hammer and Hobbs vs: Bullock, the judgment of Chief Justice Sifton. for The plaintiffs -was set aside -with costs. HAVE BECOME BRITISH SUBJECTS DISTINGUISHED PRELATE iS BURIED TODAY Quebec. Qt- July funeral of Mgr. Lailvime will take place tomorrow at thc chapel and several bishops and a. very large number of priests have arrived in.town to at- tend the funeral services. Judge administrator fit r Do- minion will represent the governor- general and Hon. R. Lemietuc, the Federal -Government. Interesting Case Comes ___ Before the Two hundred and. thirty-three peo- fimil.f Come subjects, in Lethbridge VjUUIl during, the six months ending June Eldon Burnett was yesterday re- 30th, 1910. manded for trial by Inspector West, They J.P-, on the charge of misappropriat- 6' ing monies. Three witnesses were T- made up as follows Au- Belgium 2, Denmark 1, (Greece 3, Germany 2, Hungary 3, J Japan 10, Norway 17, Poland 1, 'l82. multiplied, they will continue to en- ter. Their incoming cannot be entire-; RAILWAY PROMPT ly prevented by any device, but their i RA'LWAY PROJECT numbers can be still more reduced by BEEN ABANDONED increased appliances for inspection and patrol. During the past month I hare turn- ed back twenty people as undesirable heard. C. I Teller McCulloch, of the Bank of Montreal. The case is a peculiar one some fine legal points waiting to threshed out. Js APPRECIATIVE Burnett ragaged the contracting j to erect' a j TZI WINNIPEG'S MAYOR. AUCTION SALE HORSES Will take place at J. C. Graves' Sale Barn, Leth- bridge, on Tuesday, July 12 at 1 p. m. as follows: 25 Head of Mares and Geld- ings. 1200 to 1500 Ibs., ages 4 to 8 years. with Foals at their 'e. to 1500 Ibs., 3 to S old.- 10 Head Mares and Geld- ings. 1000 to 1100 Ibs. 10 Head of good Colts, 1 and 2 years old. :v_ 10 Head of fresh Milch Head, of 2-year-old Steers.. 2-year-old Heifers. Also team harness and sin- gie harness, and buggies will be offered for sale. This is a splendid oppor- tunity for shippers to get the right kind of horses at their CMVH price at this sale. This will be the first of a "r-i'i -s-ot lortnightly sales to be at the above barns TERMS CASH J. SMITH, Auctioneer. SEE ALSO PAGE NINE. Test FOOTBALL EXECUTIVE MET. The meeting of the football execu- tive, held last evening was well at- tended, every- club being represented. After a Tvarm discussion the protest of the. Westminster team claiming Cauldweli ineligible to play on the S. O. E. team in their last match Quashed. Two games will ,he played next week. On July I2th. the S. O. E. team play, tbe Y. M. C. A. TJie Britts clash with the Westmin- sters on July 14th. Referee Strand will act from the official standpoint. Hamilton, Ont., July an- nouncement that will cause much and great 'disappointment i_. -t to saili builamg Ior him. While still owing Uoday said that he had to Keefe t0 impreSS6d by sign a uauer Or Hen in order that he jterest u-hicn British investors take (urnett) might draw a cheque for! in the development Canada Thev rrom a loan company. Keefe (seemed to be prepared to assist in with him to tbe office of the; that development C. B. Bowman Agency, signed BIG and the more general complaint that I have been too strict." is John B. Stanchfield. who was spe- cial counsel for Fritz Augustus Heinze received a fee of not only in this city -but in a num- ber of Western Ontario cities and towns was made today that the Ham- ilton Watertown and Guelph railway project had been abandoned owing to the excessive cost of constitution ter- minals. B55222ESK i grate bar lias ;ee wear hen only one side of a grate bar is continually next to thc Sre all the wear is concentrated on that one side. The life of tne bar 35 thus naturally just one- thin, a? long as when the Wear is dis- tnontcd on three sides 'PRINTING waiver and the cheque was handed ov- j REORGANIZATION OF er to Burnett, and Keefe went with-; Mm to cash it. The prosecution al-! _____ leges that Burnett "gave him the slip, j ota-wa July cashed the cheque at the Bank of ganization of the staff of the Montreal and got away to 'Calgary eminent printing bureau is indicated without paving him the tbe j by advertisements an -the' 'Canada contention being that after Keefe Gazette.. A HAW signed tbe waiver he there and then j printing and a successor "of became part owner of the cheque to Unite as superintendent of stationery the extent of S255. Burnett was ar- j will be appointed in the fall. rested in Calgary on information laid j________________ by Hall and Keefe and brought back j BUILDING PERMITS MEAT PLANT IN B. C. CHANGES HANDS B. "c.. July an- nouncement made this morning that the British Columbia Market" Com- pany's abattoir at .Ebarne had been sold to the J. Y. Griffin Co., the Bri- STAFF j tish Columbia branch of the great I Swift interests, signalized the first reor- j big step taken by the powerful Chl- cago house in an aggressive cam- paign for the control of the provin- cial' wholesale and retail meat busi- ness is the leaders at pres- ent are P. Burns a definite statement of the sale was made to- day by Manager Welsh of the Bri- tish Columbia Market Company. Who GOOD RACER HURT Winnipeg, juiy one of the best known step- pers in this city broke an ankle bone while up" this morning. Dr. Martin was called and'treated the injured limb and expresses as his opinion that the horse may be seen on the turf next year bnt he is con- fident that its racing for this sea- son is over. Our Work We can guar- antee you the best work and complete sat- isfaction to Lethbridge. Bail was offered three sureties, himself in two others of each. R. in John Larko, and dwelling Wilson, A. George JL Vater, dwelling, London, Smith, o7 Smith and Cameron, rep- j resented Hall and and J. N. i R. V. aiaynard, awelling. Rogers, ;chie, 01 Johnston and Kit-due, ap-! peared on behalf of Burnett. Jas. Firth, dwelling. London, League Standings NATIONAL Won Lost Chicago 43 24 New York......... 40 26 Pittsburg 34 31 Cincinnati 36 33 Philadelphia 32 34 Brooklyn 30 37 S-t. Louis 30 38 Boston 26 36 AMERICAN Won however declined to name the figure Philadelphia 48 at--which the extensive killing plant at Eburne changed hands. The deal will involve several hundred thou- sand dollars and puts under names of new owners one of the best equip- ped abattoirs on the entire Pacific coast. CANADIAN OARSMEN AT HENLEY v. When desired, thc heavy bail dog teeth on thc -rates will seize hold of grind them up, and drop the particles into thc ash-pan. Buy tlie darible, convenient, econom- ical furnace, guaranteed by largest furnace makers in British Empire. fn a, London, foronio, .Montreal. Wlnnlpes. Vancouver, at. John. N.B., Hamilton, Calgary? For Sale by Stafford-tew Co.. letiibrifa 40 Boston 39 Detroit 41 Clevelaud 29 Washington 27 Chicago 29 St. Louis.......... 22 EASTERN Won Newark 47 Toronto 3S Rochester 3.5 Providence 33 Baltimore 1...... 35 Bnffalc 32 Jersey City........ 29 [.Montreal 21 Lost 23 28 30 32 32 33 3S 45 Lost 2G 31 30 32 34 ?K 39 42 P. C. .642 .606 .532 .522 .485 .443 .441 .36'J P. C .667 .588 .565 .562 .482 .450 .433 .328 P. C, .644 .551 53S .508 .507 .471 i .426 .333 Letiibridge (Back of Odd- fellow's Block) Cleaning and press- ing cos- tumes a specialty. Hats blocked and remodelled: De- AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Won Lost. P. C plinneapolis i St. Paul [Toledo 'Kansas City Milwaukee [Columbus 35 30 30 33 41 42 42 48 52 PUBLICITY COMMISSIONER FOR THE CITY OF OTTAWA Ottawa, July is definiielv announced that Herbert W. Baker, at present cojnipSssioaer of Industri- es for Foru William, has been ap- pointed puLlicity commissioner for _ the city of Ottawa. ?t is understood .407, that his salary -will be per .342 annum. .647 .53C .5SS .461 .455 THE WINNIPEG CREW, which won Steward's Cup at Henley. First Time cup will be brought across the At'antic. C. S. Riley. C. E. Allen, F. F. JIMMY COSGRAVE Who lost his first heat in the DiamonW Sculls. When in_ Vancouver it will be to your acfrantage to stay at the HOTEL STRATHCONA Tne best middle priced hotel in the city O BURTON and J. E. JACKSON Props.