Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
fa UM Dailr Herald Printing LftL, fcwtw St. OF A FIX Congressman Champ Clark--of Mis- souri, at the Denver Convention told she following yarn: W. A. tiuw owottw ooe month. delitewd ope by. maU air nootha. by mail thiee by mail Weekly Hwald, ow ebaaced often .2JO IM t.Ti J5 1JQ u de m _______ both new au4 old addrees given NUMBER THE STREETS The proposal made at sundry times and discussed ou sevf-ral occasions by the Council to have the streets is evident "During the -Russian-Japanese war n telegram came from the front say ing, "Kuropatkm is in statp the boys in the village did not know .what that meant, but he took a chance and 'Fellers statu quo means that Kuro- patkin is in a hell of a 'That's what's the matter with th Republican KENTUCKY ELOQUENCE The speech oi Ollie of Ken tucky, seconding the nomination o Bryan, was one of the oratorical gem of the Democratic convention a Denver. He said: the name of all as no legislative aid in the life, who only ask on, equal chimc-i with, the brother for bread; ,m tlio The floral tributes at the funeral MUfi Hatch ou Saturday were many and beautiful and included the fol- owing: Pillcw of white stox, pink carna- ferns and smilux with 'Helen" across B. Eddy. Wreath of white and pink lions, srnilax and Thom- as M. Evans. Spray oi mixed Frank.Colpman. Spray-carnations aad H. Wallace Oioss of white stox and geraniums, .pillow carnations, white sweet sprsy with rose in Miebach. Wreath of Mountain flowers apd leaves and wreath' of Wheeler Rev. A. M. Gor- dou P. McTuvish, A. Ford and G. Howard. Boojuet of and -Mrs. Win..A. Buchanan. ly .in great Scores of citizens have, during the last day or two, spoken to the Herald in favor of the scheme and are anx- n the citizen tody, f name of that immortal De huug high in the sky of our country the rainbow of promise, 'Equal rights to ill and special privileges to tWnMoh in the names of those millions of cur ious to see the matter put through of liberty before the new sidewalks are laid WJUIH.IJUI EO-tliat the numbers can be marked ia. the walks. The experience in Cal- gary and other places, stamps it in their opinion as the only modern method. Occasionally there is a citi- zen who refers to London and Paris, Toronto and other older cities in sup- port of the retention of the names. These people forget, however, that in these cities the streets are built up and the. names are easily remembered and seen. But in such places as Lethbridge is and will be for scores of years it is a different matter. Here it is impossible for anyone who has not made a study of it to know the names of the streets and for the strangers it is a puzzle. The average citizen knows the name of half a doz en streets and no more. As has been pointed out before, there are. enough short streets to preserve the names o persons who have been so closely identified with the city as to deserve the preservation of. their names. Fur ther than that, sentiment is foolish ness. Numbering the streets is th only businesslike way to identify them and the Council can feel assureeg this government to.be just enough to allow them to educate their child- their God and. love their country; in the name of those who. yet recall with a tingle of their blood, the heroism of their fathers who gave this Republic to us, I second the nomination of the knightliest gla- diator Democracy has ever known, William J. Bryan of Nebraska. "When history .'shall unroll her pag- es to the generations yet to be, first among this country's greatest tors will be this great Nebraskan whose name is loved and, Honored wherever the sun shines, wherever the heart beats ox tongue speaks." Spray of sweet peas carna- Yrooman. Bouquet of and Mrs-Fred Downer. Spray of carnations and Mr. a fid Mrs. C. R. Daniel. Spray of carnations and asparagus .and W. H. Fairfield Cross of "roses, carnations and ferns also wreath of white and pink rrv-c Alpine Club. Large wreath of carnations, d-i'S white from the sUif o Union Bank of .Canada. Pillow of carnations, green trim .mings, from Mrs. Julius Young. Harp of carnations, stox, an green Ives. Star of carnations, roses and green leaves from Rev. A. M. P. D. 0. Hyde, D. N. Mc- Tavtsh. Ik fallen Co. LU. Ikieile id bb u ini LOOM Fancy SUtiouery Synoptic Cash Indexet Filing ObiueU Bindert Hodden Rubber Municipal Legal and GET YOUR I GERMAN'S Off. W. OALMAITH, M.D., C.M McQiil; Phytleiaw, SurfMn, AccaudMr A4 Bt. The-, 53 8-3 7-8 and MADAM NORMAN (OrcMrai Teacber oi orfan, voice prodttttiou. ViiiU or pupila, prepara- tory or advanced. for exaiai. HWJM. CraU> Its. TERMS Netlftatel ALVIN RiPLCY AUDITING. COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS Fire, Lift and Accident Room 5 Whitney Block HAM ILTON It YOU NO Roam 4-Whitiwy Black. K.C., D.C.U B. Jama, B. C. L CONYBEARE li JONEt Ete. Office: Cony beare Block. AKa. ---Heart bi earmii ions, sweet peas and other and Mrs. Hut- FAMILY Woman Murdered in Chicaiso Came Frcm Wingham Gross of carnations, outlined with C. F. P.'Conybeare. Spray of carnations, daisies and aud Mrs. W. S. Galbraith. Hammond. Bouquet of William B- Burnett. Spray of pink and white carna- tions and Tramner.. Spray of carnations, ferns M. McPherson. Wingham, July was_the na- tive place and lor many years the Gilmore, who was found Strangled to death in Chicago a week ago. She was the younges girl in a-family of five-sisters and three brothers. Her father, the late Robert GUmore. died many years ago He was a somewhat eccentric charac- ter, who had. stvii service in the Br. tish army iri both the East and West For a time the family lived south of here. After removing'-to Wingham the old, pensioner kept a. small market garden and a couple of cows, and often sent Fanny to carry milk to his customers among the townspeople. Not long after the old man's death his widow married again and his fa- mily soon became scattered. The eldest son joined the Northwest Mouri ted Police and. afterwards settled in" -Macleod, Albsrta. the" eldest girl, joined a circus troupe, and met death in some mysterious way in Texas. Another sister married in Ca- nada but-was .afterwards divorced and went ori the stage iiJLKfiW._y.orfcStill another sister went to Colorado, where she .and her husband ran an opera house. Fanny oscillated for a "time between Toronto, Winnipeg, Montre- al and Detroit, but afterwards went to Chicago where was so sud' Residence LethWWJe W, C. SIMMONS AdvacaU; Barristtr, Etc. Office: Southard Block. R. Q. ADDJSOK To B. C. MOORE and Embalmar to Presbyterian 3iort Office Phone 102. 131. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT I Whitney Black. denly and tragically ended. "Mrs. Gilnibre soon separated from her second husband, and a few years later died deserted .and alone in her little frame house on the outskirts of j ed for a time as a telegraph operator here and Lucknow, Ont., Toronto and Chicago. WOODSTOCK JAIL GOVERNOR Woodstock, Ont., July 18W> the''town; Harold, the third I Wilson, ex-Mayor, has-been appoint-1 _; and youngest son of the family, wcrk-ed -governor of the jail. J AS. A. MACDONALD .ARCHITECT Southard _ Block, R tdpath AIU. WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN U N I ON Meet in Methodist Wesley Church every third Friday in the month at 3.30 p. 'm. Visitors always welcome. MBS. A; E. HUMPHRIES, MRS. CHA8. McCLENAGHAN, A PROGRESSIVE COUNCIL The commencement of work upon the cement sidewalks ought to im- press the ratepayers once again that the City Council oi this year is as progressive, if not more so, than any 1RON SPRINGS Mr. Editor: As it is some time since any items appeared in your pa- per from Huntsville District, thought I would send a short letter. The fanners, as a rule, are expect- council this city has ever had. The j a fairly good harvest. .Some of 1908 Council hos undertaken a heap I spring grain will short bu -wliuof TC crnnn Thp of work and it is proof of their ca- pability and energy to find that only after six months in charge of civic affairs, important vrork like the con- winter wheat is good. The acreage is by no means small considering that the hum of -the threshing ma- chine has been beard one season only ia district If reports are true, two gasoline struction of cement walks and the grading of streets is under way. The fa T outfits will be at work here this sea- purchase of a market site has also been made and plans are under way soa' Eeport savs-Wright Brady are for the much needed additions to the 7 getting a larger engine and be waterworks system. e c T m, f, prepared to do good work. J.L. Hunt The conduct of tne Council so v A U1 having bought out J. Tennant s zn- this year is extremely creditable and "avi T, J I Hisnfr I npv .u torest, it ivill be Hunt Fisher. They the matter? that they have on the pro-1 lt-tt-OL' T. iu r are also petting a gramme show that they are going to e establish a record as a progressive wide awake body. The Herald is prepared to commit gasoline engine and the horse power will be aside. Our school teacher, Miss Creelinac, having completed her sec- ond term to itself by saying that if the Council's record for the next six months ia as clean, and as progressive as for the I concerned, has gone past six months, we will advocate its' lier S13ter- return by acclamation next Decem- ber. the satisfaction of all north to visit OUR POINT OF VIEW Ten thousand dollars onght to build a pretty good armory for the artillery. The new minister arrived here about two weeks ago, and, well we won't go to sleep while he is preach- ing. He's, all right. TRAGEDY AT VANCOUVER in the village oi Blythe, Vancouver, C., July a row Good luck to the plucky Cardtton in the Palace saloon on Hastings St., band boys at Winnipeg. They art-1 about midnight., David Morrissey was good musicians and deserve- the prize. Does the city weed inspector know where Fisher St. is? There is a beau- tiful patch of Canadian thistles on the ianc just east of that streot. As you value your own honor, don't blame your weakness for the circus on the kids. Bo honest, abandon the chestnut and go bccaxise you want to. Lodge (St) oc Af Eqlari tafit Met) Jn the Xnigi.U uF every first and third Thnreday in the month at 8 p.m. Visiting always wd come. Walter Applfbj, Fred T. c. Box 57. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS rieei in ibe Lnbor see- :ind and fourth in the month. Employers roiuiring certificated en- gineers, and engineera out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with us. ROBERT NEVIN, Chict W. A. D10K9ON, Secretary.