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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THC LCTHBRIuGC DAILY HERALD TUESDAY. JULY U, 11 Vote Early and Often Queen of the Carnival REMEMBER any lady of the city of Lethbrid.se is eligible- Vote as often as you like and for whom you please. Votes oo each. A solitaire diamond ring valued at to the lady receiving the most votes now on ex- hibition in C. Ross Tate's window. Place the amount for number of votes you wish to purchase in envelope and drop same in boxes. Be sure to place the lady's name on envelope plainly. LOCATION OF VOTING- PLACES Ott's Pool Room. Upton's Pool Room. Wallace's Pool Room. 0. Ross Tate's Jewelry Store and Lyceum Shooting Gallery REMEMBER the GIRLS. Fellows they WANT the DIAMOND RING THAT'S IT! pejrip UUlItU I CAM ROSE LOOKS GOOD j Great Development Going en Northwester Town THE ROBT. SCOTT, PROP. Phone 381 fW BOWVILLE Bowville, July L. W. Wy- man, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Wyman, died last Monday afternoon at five o'clock in Hospital at'Lethbridge after hairing been there for the last five montihs. She seemed, to 'be improving until a short time before her death. c Calgary, July Smith. of Camrose. passed through S I the sity Saturday on his way to Banff, where he will spend a few days. He is enthusiastic over Cam- rose and the district about it and believes that nothing Can prevent it j i from becoming a wonderful centre. There arc several reasons for th s j opinion. Camrose has been selected j as the site of the new Scandinavian collejif. which will be organized at jonce. Accommodation will be pro-i vided tor hundred students and I this alone will keep up a town. j I Ami the railway development is of j itrreat importance to Now j then? are roads goiaii out TO Cam- j -in two directions to j i on tuie west an-d r.o the By Sep- j thero he the C. R., in thedirection of Vegreville anfl jahly towards Stettler. Tn two ytetirs i roads will running in seven direc- j Uions. In ncidition to those just men i I tioneil there will he the C. X. R. road towards tind the G. T. P. from Riley running to Calgary. Jlr. Smith tells of great activity of 'the C. X. H. Grading is completed many miles south of Cararose. He expects that it will reach Cal- gary within a year's time. The C. N. R., on account of the decision of the G. T. P., is going further east than expected and is j WRS_ EDITH THOMPSON" WOODILL, WHO WAS SLAIN: ROBERT- E. WOODlLL. HER ALLEGED VVHO ,VAS KILLED BY OR COMMITTED SUICIDE. A.VD WIFE, BRADCOMBE A WFJ.L'KXOVrX .V." TRESS, WHO LIVES IX XEW-YORK AND HAS QXE CHILD EIGHT 01 D passing through the Stettler district. "when a message was received by her parents to come at once, but they arrived it was too late. Undertaker Addison brought her to ier father's home in Bowville and The parcilaawi were held on Wednesday, July lots on Hough street and are con- -at one o'clock in the Bowville tern plating the construction of an SCHOOL PRINCIPAL AT TABER RESIGNS Taber, July Douglas store block is rapidly noaring completion, and will be one of the finest blocks in Southern Alberta. The Royal Hotel is being removed from the present site to ICtcheU St., close to >he business centra of town.. :school house by the Ifodern Wood- .men of America, Mr. Wyman being member of tihat order. The funeral sermon was preached by the Rev. Mr Hipkin, after which the oofrsewas placed in the hearse by tihe pall-bear- ers, who were Peter Bradley, Bennie Branvold, Carl Peterson, Johnnie Gourlie, Leon Burns and Harry Man- Oddfeliows hall in the near future. Dr. Lang leaves for Vancouver, B. C., Tuesday where he will practice medicine. Taber loses a good-citizen in Dr. Lang. Mayor W. W. Douglas has returned from a week's business trip to Winni- peg. Samuel Ervine has constructed an implement warehouse on Mitchell St. ey. The procession marched to the Principal R R. Tracey has ed his position as principal of the public school and has left for grave yard where the corpse was in- terred with full Woodmen and dtrarch ceremonies. The sad part of this funeral was that it took place j the heaviest buyers at tfce oon her birthday. If she had lived j great school lands sale were until Wednesday she would -haveUen. Some who bought were been fourteen years old. She jr.. B. Tainter, W. F. Annable. P. a father and' mother and one older Hammer. E. C. Moe. J. J. White and JOHNSON ACCEPTS Chicago, July Johnson yesterday accepted an offer of a guar- antee of to fight Al. Kauffman, the Pacific Coast heavy weight. The battle, according to received by Johnson, will be decided on the .night" of August 7 The offer comes from the match maker of the Mission Club in San The affair will be twen- ty rounds, this -being in accordance with Johnson's wishes sister and one younger sister and two younger brothers to mourn her death, also a large circle of friends. J. H. Benrd. The spring grain around here is heading" out fine' and the farmers are The hand sympathy is extended i delighted with the excellent prospects to her parents by their many j of a bumper crop. friends "in their hour of bereavement D. H. Elton and wife, of Lethbridgt Nearly everyone in the surrounding country wera- present at the funeral. and. B. E. Wilcox and wife of Card- ston. spent Sunday in Taber. Special orders received and returned the same day by the LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. Special attention to travellers' orders Give Us a Trial With Your Next Parcel TERMS STRICTLY CASH Box 477 C. S. FARROW, Manager Pbo 145 Another convenience for ttre PEOPLE OF THE NORTH WARD We are now prepared -to issue DOMINION EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS. This is the cheapest, safest and most convenient method of sending money. You hold a receipt each time, and the rates are tho lowest. You can buy them at thy PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARP YOUR Prescriptions receive the most careful attention. W. P. J. ALEXANDER Prescription Specialist Gradiiate Druggist And Optician The Alexandra A cool, pleasant place to dine these hot days- Every- thing that the mar- ket affords at prices to suit all. N. H. MURRAY, Prop. GUELPH PUBLIC UTILITIES (Toronto News) Guelph prides itself on its low tax- j rate of fourteen and a half mills on the fur the lowest of any community of nine uiousand inhabit-' ants'or over in Ontario. Its ability} to .manage on such ,a low rate it at- tributes to the fact that it leads all Canadian cities in the ownership and the operation of its public utilities. Each utility is conducted by a sep- arate commission answerable to the City Council. It is now proposed to follow the example Of G-alveston and other -American towns, and turn the management over to a single small commission of highly-paid experts. What New Zealand is to the Empire; j in Social legislation Guelph is to thoh rest of Canada in civic j tion. It is the pioneer in .an inter- i a esting field and its experiments must increasingly valuable t- stu-'S j dc-ntso: civic government thr-ujihont the country and even It jj tv.vnty years since the 'municipal- j[ ity took the radical stvp of j building a. fifteen mile ?tean: 5 I railway. This line, leased to the Can- adian Pacific Railway, yields the civic- treasury a dividend of thirteen per cent, on the investment, and the; rate of profit is expected to double: in the next few years. The success j of this venture, perhaps, furnishes an argument'in support of the civic own- ership of the; proposed branch line and spurs along Ashbridge's Bay in ibis; match was first broached. WRIGHT BROTHERS AT WORK O N" THEIR AEROPLANE AT FORT MEYER. That are comfortable For Man and Horse Our Saddle-maker cannot be beaten in the West. When 4 you want a saddle see ours. 4 Saddles A. EASTON Kei to A. Macdonald Co. Betide Gray's Hardware CANADIAN RAILWAY Excursion Rates H.V.P.C. SEATTLE To New Westminister. Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle. LIMIT 60 DAYS Tickets on sale daily, May 29th to Sept. jJOth. Stopover Privileges. For further particulars apply to tf. B. MITCHELL. Agent, Lethbrulge J. E. PROCTOR, D. P. A, Calgary EXONERATE R. N. W. M. P. I nvestigation I nto Charges Preferred by Methodist Ministers Calgary, July R. B. tf. ,r T D i Deane, of the Calgary Mounted Po- In a public address-Mr. J. Bell' has from EBtwhfaUe .has stated that the Guelph gas and 're he has been mvesfcigatilic electric, plants; ..which, the, city cluuges arilinst the 'efficiency Of over last year yielded a Mounted >olice :by j. w. profit out of.which M Rev A Metfaod- tures iigt missionaries on the Pembina paid old companies charg- j cuit ed thousand feet for gas, twelve, cents and fourteen cents watts, for electric 'ingr city sells gas ,at one dollar, at a flat ten-cent rate. The LfgKt .and Heat, commissioneri taxes .on-their plant as were paid by the private '.companies, and 'they furnish street illumination at five dollars less per arc light 'than their -predecessors. In less than six years, after allowing "for depreciation, The investigation was inaugurated subsequent to an interview with. Mis- sionary Wright, published in on. Bd- paper and later followed 'mp with letters from both Wright and James, charging the 'police stationed at Entwhistle with inefficiency in discharge of their duties. Supt. Deane refused to discuss result of the investigation; saying that the investigation first submit its report to Commis. the city claims a profit of a round j sioner Perry at Regina. It is under- hundred thousand dollars, which has J stood, however, that the been applied to the retirement ofiat Entwhistle havte been exonerated. debentures; and to the creation of a This-, may be followed with criminal NORTH WARD NOTES In time the existence j libel 'against''the missionaries. of this fund means a further reduc.-; tion in the tax rate. j Last year the civic Street Bailway j Commissioners reported a respectable) f, Win. Carter is building residence profit from the operation of the sys- _ j on Rachel street, tern. The service is reearded as ex- and the workirigman may purchase one hundred tickets for three dollars. He thus enjoys the cheap- est transportation in the country. At the same time he pays the lowest tax rate on th lowest assessment to be found in any city in Canada. The statistics thus .furnished require to be met and explained before muni- cipal 'ownership can fairly be con- demned. PLOWMEN ATTENTION The Herald now has a list of .about sixty strain 'plow outfits and about thirty gasoline plows working in the Leihbridge district between High River and the Boundary and between Coleridge and the mountains We wish to complete the list and pub- lish the complete return with details of operator, post office, kind and horse power of engine, when started work and amount broken. Plowmen or others will confer a favor by send- ing us a report so that the list may be complete and accurate. J. M. Retting, -with son Ben. arrived on -Saturday! from with six cows and some Mr. and Mrs.'F. German, went to their ranch on Saturday, where they intend to spend the rest of the sum- mer. Westminster Sunday school picnic will 'be held on Thursday, July 22nd.. A meeting was held Sunday after Sunday school and commititees were appointed to look after the sports and refreshments. Westminster Sunday school its record Sunday lor attendance, the number present being 132. There are at present over twenty- five buildings in the course of erec- tion in the North Ward. J. Simm and family have removedv into F. German's house, where they will live until Mr. German comes back from the ranch. A few paper clips are invaluable, in the sewing basket, for they may hold together scraps, pieces of patterns, and bits of lace. POOL snnplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in of Oliver ;