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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 1.50 BlliNGS TO YOUK HOME FOK ONE YEAR, THE Lethbridge � Herald A BRIGHT. NEWSY AND CLEAN NEWSPAPER Subscribe for it now and it�Oee>e�w:e�>or, .fuly 3.-Tabor hwl a >>i� demonstration on Dominion Day. .\t nine o'clock in tho morning w.hcn Iho .school ehililron woro fnnoicxl In proro.'JSJon on 4he public squire �)y tho feathers, the Missca Evun-�galino, Kinney, Maudo Doyzer. 1*. Taylor and the school trustee, eaeh pupil i-arriod a Canai-'Han flag and i t4nj train Ifd by th� Talicr braB.s bai�:\ marihi^ around Ihe princi|>al bloclxs and back to the Iv.D.Sr chutx^h .\o prolit/ier sight has ilxx-n wil/nes.'�l liorc than thiN train of a hundn.'d childron r. The achool children occupied iihf platform �t>d sang vn ofTencd by S. J. Wing. Music-Taibor Krass liand. nofflarkB by R. A. Vanorman. . Honfi by the Mi.ssca Wilcox. Itecitaition-.1. .1. Walton. Iloniarkii by the itov. J. R. Slioqr-I er. "What ii�-True I'alnotisni. ' TUm s|*e�ch of Mr. Shearer ua.s w.ll received. Son� by Mr. Westlakt!. Chor is !>> children. Mu�iu-Walker'a Mandol n ('hi>l;ull. playod by our toH^ clulis. .'�>)-t RusBcrii �tialwaPt.s were ihc vi.'tuf.s. AH was harmony during rhe d.iy.rl.>' rtin dovn a number of women a id c!.ild-ix�n. Conwtable Wade come lo the rescue and ordered the g the Riayers. During iha ntu-.w ona of the Ijethbridge boy.s was kicked on tihe head toy a TamM- ::jiti.�-iioller, he was stuertchcd upoa iln; grams and" lay senseless a f'.w iiiiii-u'tes; but was soon himself aS"'"- I' is gieneial opinion that Taber nover gia^e a Ijetter celebration. Ihe i.i;,.s,, iwiind did e.vcellent wor^i and will receive $50.00 tor their efforts. 'INhe celebration cn>dcd with a dan 'i)ho celebration ended irah a dance at. night. oppose it. A hot discussion has goiifg OM lor soMte tbne in the prcSfr and in the pulpit.4 of some of the ohtirche.s. A good deal of acrimonious language has 'been ustjd. ui�i feeling runs high. And while thp temricrancc ranks are thus duvidotl. the evil continues to f1our*iHh. -The Hill introduced into nhc isloture of Nova Scotia 'during its recent session, for the exclusion of liipior ti'om Scott Act counties has resulted in bittci' disappointment to I he tonif>erance |>eople. Whmtevci' tin original Mill might liavc accomplish-fd, iin the way of letusening '.h.:-...\.'l8 against which it was dircc-tcd, in its amended form', i't Us |icrfcclly rse-tcss. Indeed it as iieing charaO.crlv.xl and apparently not unfairly, Uy (h tenit>erancc jjeoide, as ".special legislation in the interests of the liquor traffic." The Rill for which the torn Iterance pecpie, last year, asx..*'!, prof vidod (1) That a liccn*s iij';;.v should not send or ship l;i;iiointed to mII.' (U) That a coinnion carrier shoul-i not carry liquor for delivery to any person, in a Scott,Act county, whether palid for, or to 'be paid lor on dc-liver.'-; e.xi.-cpt to rogiaitercd druggists or agents lawfully appointed to sell, (.'i) That every (iackap! conveyed L>j a coiuiiion carrier would have lo te maVke.i in a conspicuous place with tho iittiuo of ithe vendor, the name oi the purcba.sur, and the character ur.il t/hat my client rmtg' ito  coM deck on him. A cold deck, your Itonor, it moy ibe necessary to explttiHi i� A"- "The assumption," natd tho jti'd^^>, severely, ';W�at the court doesn't know what a cold ideck is. Mr. Sharp is an i(u|k-rt'incnce that will subject yc more striking thon the foMowin,; which was located in the region of Helena. "I don't �>e the prisoner," calid the M. P. Inspector, as ha walked up preparatory to sentencing the cui-prit. "Where is toe?" "Im blc.9t if I know, sir," '.said tho songeamt, looking under tlie tenches. "Just lent him my paper of (hio cut, too," "Was he a big red headed man vith a scar on his check?" asked the Wisconsin Central Ry. PoiMs E�tt m4 SmMi Convenient tmini, PuUnuMi lUifi-er�, Free redining oluiir;c�f�^'; Dining cam. For fttUinfonMtioBaddi�MH,J. Bergemann, travelling agiiiit. 871 Robert St., St. Paul. Minn.; or Jm. C, Pond, generil (MMenger. ifiiit.; Milwaukee, Wi�. , ' Ctntral Boot 4 �oc Stiff W. T. HEKSON. PBOP. Lethbridge, AlU. CHOICE ANQIES AKES B JBST lEAl UNS ie "^st of the jury. Government, however, does not toncii ; "That's the cu.ss," said the clerk, the evil chiefly complainwl against- j "Why then," said the foreman, 'he the sending of litiuor to private in- | usk�ursons to whom such liquor is sent arc engaged in' the sale of liquor contrary to 'law." Even � Kinqileton inigbt aea how worthless i.>crani.'e vorkcrs, as cveit in the event of success, the informant roC4:-ivcf) no iiart of the tine. It ia quite easy to see 't than ustneem; and it is little wonder if teniiieramte pcopl� should {eel that having asked for bread, the men ii whonk they trusted have given them only a stone. drink with him alxiut an hour ago but I s-hotved him ^at I had throe si.xes, and he said, 'Well, nifXt time then,' and walked out." "The thunder you say!" roand lois honor. "However, he's sure to b' in town next wt>ek to .see the dog llglvt, an-d .some of you nius't icmind the Nherin to shpot him on slight. The docket 'is jammed full of horse !�tealing casus,^and tbcie ia no i.nio lo waste over homicides." A common saying, ''There's a one-eyed moil in the gaiae," meaning u-bout the same as "look out lor n cheat," has its origi>n in a story that lj�ai-s the stump of .truth. A littlv liame of draw was 'in pro-gi^s in Oil Springs, Cottnty ol Ijajiiibton, in 1863, and among its participants, was a onc-e^Td man. He was playing in rather remark.oibla luck; but no one couM very v.otl i-d in an overwlifiini'ng nwjcrity, more than toTj to one, ngainsil the -Vri, and ill favor oi' prohilMtion, which occ.ordiriij; to siaiuie, comes aiilo-matically into force. This is the la.st of xiu'h vileliLSCites in V. K. Island, and next month the whol^-piMvincc will lie uitder prohibition law. The liquor men evidently I'cgardcd their ca.sc as lost, us in the ivcent election, t^> anti-prohibitionisLa made no t-ffort. ihus, tJie smallest of the |ii'o\inc'i>s hids fair to become the leader in oii' of the greatest reforms of our liind. 'l^cre is no way in whioh I' i'- IslawJ could iiior.^ Worthily justify its existence ua a separuto proviiK-e, than by .'setting I befori' the whoU- Dominion an exaiii-I pie of Hbiii iiu!.> 'iH-ihfne in I'hf? way of tompeiuMio h-gisla.lio4i, and of the ha|>py fruits vliich would utvdoubied-ly result I'roiii such legislation. Already th.' Isli,i)il 'is fieling. th�.r benefits iirisiiig I'roiii t;lie re^tricl'ion of of the lii)iior traffic. In the year 1877-the lust >\ar in whicli licen.s.s were grunt-d 'in Charlottolown- there were T'JVt convictions for driiiilv-eniiesij. Forty-three licenses were that yeur gnuiit("d for the selling oi liquor, and no doubt theie were as mawn a croj) of classic stories passed down from year to year, ctiuiig'ing their location perhaps but preserving their main foatiiies. and losing' nothing of their at�traetive-iK'ss from uge. One may or may not have Iwuivl t)�em Iwfore, if thi'y art iifw, sn wiu-h 'tilie bctteri if oid frii'nils Uiey will lie welcomed hour-iil \. T'li.-y run the gamut "from g'rav,. ttic� on the obnrffff.oi gambling, "So you were playing cards for money?" said tlic'magislrate, severe- I.V. "So sir; we Were playing^ cards iu chips." "It's all the saino thing. Yoo so' your chips oaslied tor mone.v �t ih. and of the game, 1 siip|Mjs;-'.>" ".No, sir." "No! How's that!" "At the ei"( oC 'the game 1 didn't lin�'e any rliii's yo'ir honor.'' "You're diwhargi-d," Kuid thf ini'.l he simp|Ne ignoramt of any (picstion of ti�e repeo] of tho Canada j of ilii. technicalitlies of poker, w�� to Tcmpoinncc Act, and the introduct - ion of some more efTevtive measure. Some are anxious for a pleMaeite of tho county while others vigor�/usly be lined for conteiapi of couM. A lawyer defending  prisoner charged with swindling explained: "Vnur honoi, one of tiie witnesses alleges we'll- call JoticB, thought bo detested tho 'one-eyed man in the act of palm-''og a card. Quick ��� flash Jones whipped out a revolver and placed it on the table beside him. "Geii'tlemen," be said, dccisiively, "we will have a fresh deal; this one doesn't-gq." Tthc next hand-a jii.:k | ut- one of the players opened on an oci.-flush. No one came in and h-j ^^u^ u'bnut and plrt/ your hand." "Wha's ma'r?" asked il.o Alujir wearily. 'Tot is 6i>em tor live do!Ui-3. cry>body else is out. Is it ..ly |u>t. � "The Major roused up, pic)i.?l i., his hand in a juntblo^l caret.'is ;a.sh-ion and sk-epily slid ton dollnis iiio the pot. "It's only live dollars to couu- ii isiiid (lie other with a jul'ilaint Hghl of hope ill his eyes. "Do you raise'/' "TluMi I'U:.- gentlemaft with the flush ruiseij again. So did tho Major. Tin-alb' every dollar each player had, vvL'iit to swell tho prodigiusly big j pot. The Iwys hated .to soo the. Majr I or 'throwing his money in tha^ maudlin way, but-ttaey couldn't interfere. "How many cards?" solid .}oo. Rogers. .',  - Sec.-Tieas.-Obas. B. Bownaa. City Solicitof-C. F. P: ConybeaM, City Auditor-Robt. Sage. ' Chief of Fire Department-A.- E.' Humphries. Medical HeaHli Ofl^cer-Hon. L. 0, DeVeber. MB. Chief of Police-H. M. Parry. Con-st'ables Silliker and Joaes. Aldermen-rWm. Olivsr, V. . W. Ooolcy, C. H. Harding, Or. UcClurc, E. Adams, O. W. RoMnsoB. BOAI^O OF �DUCATIOM. Chalrman-J. B. Fleetwood. Secretary-e. B. Bumnaa. Trustees-Or. Galbraith. O. . H. Jobaatoa, U. , Mimnoas, V.. W. Oooley. BOARD or TRADES. President-C. F. P. Coaybaan. Vice-PreeidsBt-13. U.Rylaada; Secretary-P. H, Bartca. Executive-Woi; Oliver. C. O. K. Nomsc. F. Sick, U. Fieeman. M; BarfoPd. M. Young. GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS. Dominion Lands-J. W. MaKia. Immi�ra , tor; Hev. DavM Jones. Roman Catholic-Rev. Father Van Tighem. Preahyterian-Rev. A, M. Oord ta. Met'hodist-Rev. J. E. Uugbsu.i. ; Mkptist-Rov. Chas. Padlav. Salvation Army-Capt. Flaws. BANKS. Dank of Montreal-R. K. Manager. Ilai>k of ^ Commerce-C. O. K. Source, Manager. Union Uank-'O. U. McMicking. Manager. R.AJLWAYS. I.�!hbridge is on the Crow'a Ncet line of the C. p. R., and is about to becoine a divjs>ional point. It is the headquarters ot the A. R. A; I. Hail-way, running south to. Great Fails, Montana. !. .1. Hill's .-new transcontinental roiMl is almost suiaaada. CONVENIENCES. Waterworks system, electric light, sowerage s.vst�m.�tals|ilK>D� system. > laugh in him. He said,, hcwev^r, , that H was .the first time he had eV- I'^j, r wakaM  wmm * makt him pi J his hand and it would be the , lajBt.' -Canada Inter-Ocean. ' , ;