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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta IV Letfcbrttfft Dally HermlC Friday, July Representing: We North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London of good Farm 'V... Property We have a purchaser for an eight roomed house, also, for a small cottage -lots and Water andeleetriclightyJlSOO cashbuys :this andassumeidanof '.'._ Insurance; and Auctioneers taken for The Golden West Realty Co, Phone 623. east" REAL 307 CRABB STREET Asquith Lindsey LOANS PHONE 1183 INSURANCE LETHBRIDGE, ALTA.. i On W. STAND TRIAL f Worthless Cheques t. ,L r.j. f, f Attempt THERE- IS ALWAYS ENOUGH RAIN We own'" and offers you .'a fuite section near KimbaH.- They .have had plenty of rain here and orops'look: good. i' -This: sold at atlowrprice and. on: terms -you; cannot beat. It will be sold; quickly. There is-no delay-- WE-BUY-LAND-FOR CASH.- LIST WITH- US. COMPAN 1st rfor over cash per day. Price and terms right. GRASSYLAKE REALTY CO. D L HMBAlt Snite 115 SherlockM Phone 417 B. Duncan an ex-mounted .as. a clerk in the law offices of Chas. F. afternoon, po-' lice court in which he had often plead- ed on ...behalf: of clients of. Mr. Haji- was committed: for.. trial, on two. charges, one of ..attempting, .vo, commit suicide, by. taking strychnine, and the other of issuing, worthless cheques with, intent .to defraud., He was accompanied by J. of .Sinith Cameron, and Colin Macleod, Macleod, as counsel, son .their advice, re- served his defence. j.n one case Mr. Macleod offered to, waive the prelim- inary hearing, Inspector .the preliminary' hearing was taken, was ,.the '.'opin- on that for.him.to woulj be tc deprive., him., of the.. right to, els it. "to, be trieii Speedily. evidence was taken. On 'the attempted' suicide'., case .only two witnesses were M. Jampbell- arid Dr. They posed'.'to attending Harrison police cells and administering chlpro- form. They "had both- diagnosed ;the" case ai.-one of strychnine poisoning., Dr. De Veber said he h'M asked Har- rison-what was the Imatter ,witix hint tiarrison's answer .he-considered had "been made to him1 in confidence 'as' a medical adviser. The prosecution, consequentlyj. did not 'press'for i'.-fur- ttier answer.' Counsel" for Harrison it for a District Supreme judge to do so if .ihe sa -wfit In the cheque matter, Gordo a" Wrig- glesworth, ledger keeper of the Mer- chants Bank of Canada in Lethbadue. the first .witness. About the 21st-'of-last month, he said, a. man ertaRailway and TrriMtion Co. Are offering for sale tbe" cheapest lots on tbe market eac situated nortli of tbe track the Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. THtGALVESTON Auditor Henderson Writes a Utter To the Gitv came into''''-the "hank and made' a de- posit of fin'tho'name of E. D. Harrison, did" not know accused and could not say'now whether he was' the man in or not cheques 'for- each came in' met arid: they closed the ac-; count" Some "days-'later; two br-th'ree more cheques signed "E. D.' came ithroughi- The; mark- ed; them j returned-" through ;thel bantcs .'.through- which! they ihad come... .At'the -time', the -deposit had been made the'man; hadJeft his signature, and -if natures-on the two "ten dollar? had notibeen thessame as .the sigha-' ture- left" they -.would not-have i'lseenr- time the mail, made the; deposit; ha xhai he cheques and: expected. to receive a cheque in a few -days, when he would, .make a larger deposit. No. mention was, made of an overdraft. ,J. M. ,Boyd, steward of the to cashing a cheque for on June V -V Louis manager of: the L'etli- bridge -Hotel, "told-- of depositing the checiue'in Bank, and of re- ceivihg it 'back a few days later'mark- ed "no Not'' seeing Harri- son 'around for some -time he .placed the matter in the hands of'the 'Chief of 'Police.: Crossexamined. 'by Mr.- Maeleod, he said the hotel since- Harrison's 'arrest -of- the cheque ywhich they, hadcashed for, Harfison. In order .to-rtSaye ..time the-Chief of prosecuted intr-oductiqn.''" oi tkther .evidence he had in hand. In remanding Har- rison for trial, the court allowed bail. IMPROVED BALE -v. 320 acres 14 mile from town, 00 an acre, with, crop.s 160 Acres 112 miles from 00, crop and For particulars apply H. C. MORRISON COWLEY, ALBERTA :W. Al Henderson, of Wl A. Hender- son Co., chartered ac- countants- and auditors" of the Gity of sends Adams -a the .Galveston, Tex., .plan of city government-hy commission; ac-- companied by a-letter stating that; he had seen in the Lethibridge -paper taat- the question of commission? .govern- ment for the -city was being; .disciiss- Jie; took the liberty..cf .a the .commission plan of Galveston, a: copy of which, had been; .senttorhim. v. Even, though, .he .says, one does .not agree, with, all that is stated-in-the port, still .he 'believes there is, a great, deal in. it that is tion., Hehad.read it with a great.deal, of .interest, and., it .Ihad, put. quite a; new., light on ;the, question of .govern- ment'by commissipn. He ,always .has .taken a..great est, he ..says, in questions of'what-was the best ad- opted: ior our Canadian.; .cities and. towns, and for many years ,has felt that the only satisfactory, soliition o.' municipal government would commission, iSut o'.ijec: tiori'to his mind has ;been that if com-' missionefs are to ibe Delected'by the people 'it might Ibe difficult to get "the 'best men for the and., he, therefore, tHought. that if a plan could ibe .evolved" iby .which they could tie' .be-: hayior, the" city would have perman- ent officials and a continuity of sys- -tem-.-.......- A full lintlof.FrMtand HAYEV GMACHINEBY Don't forgtt carry THE ADMIRAL The Realty Co., Ltd. Phone f South Balmoral Hotel. Dittributing Agency for Rumley CockuKutt and Frott and Wood Farm LANDS, LOANS AND INSURANCE the copy sent by Mr. is for five commissioners to be elected by the city at large for two years. One of them, the mayor, receives a salary of per annum, and the rest 500 The whole city business is div- ided into four 'departments, one" com- missioner ruling over each. TMTeet- ings are held every week and are more like meetings of a beard of di- rectors ifihan any council meettag, there being no wrangling long wind- ed discussions or speeches. The cbommissioners are "not re- quired to give their whole time to city business, as is required in some of the commission plans, adopt- ed iby other cities, and the very best men and brightest minds in the city are therefore able to act as commis- sioners without' deserting own' ibusiness. Most of them devote'from two to tihree- hours "a day to the city. The-recall--system-does not-govern- in ing foe two full years, any reason they TOluntarily HORSE KICKS OFF HIS TUMOR. Walla Walla, Wash., July liam Gross bad a surgical operation byTiorsepower performed on Mm yes- terday. He lives on Pleasant street, and has a horse. He also had a tumor on his forehead. s The horse, wandering in green paa tures, came home yesterday iwith' hisJ tail full of burrs, and Mr. Gross un- dertooolC'C to During the operation title hair of the horse's given a violent? horse kicked, and grazing- the forehead of Mr. Gross, removed the tumor neatly, permanentiyi Hr." Gross had "his wound dressed, and- to (yegreyille The Calgary. Herald aid; the -Ed- monton Journal both on. Mr. Sifton's election and majority in Vermilion by placing it upon what they are .pleased.to. ,calX.the.: "foreign- 'vote." Unquestionably, Mr. ceiyed large majorities" Ruth-; enian' pollsr. "these polls altogether, ho received a fortable majority from the JKnglish-speaMng towns and districts. It. has always been customary to refer to the iRuthenians slightingly. They are termed the Conservative press in words which are insulting' .any people. Can it be wondered at; an .election comes. on ;tne--Rutheniaii3'.as. a' i jo support "Conseryjitivo should this people- -crawl be- j fore, .their detractors? tureats iare mentionablc things claims .tliat. un-, '-befall the The body man, believed to be Harry Agnew, of Cobourg, was found iby the G. T. iR. near Colbourne. fire liiSDrance Heal Estate Cttj and Farm Loans i n, MaCuctli AycuGj Sherlock Block. INSURGENTS CAPTURED NICARAGUAN GUNBOAT. Colon, July gun; boat Venus, .belonging to the forces ''of President, Hadriz, of Nicaragua, has rbeen captured'toy the .insurgentfor- ces after a sharp battle. The cas- ualties were heavy. REAL ESTATE v___________ i l( RRE INSURANCE Money to loan on improved city property aud'.farm lands.; R.V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block if he vote .for the Liberal candiil-ce. Is the Heral-i .reariy so childish .as to think that af- ter passing" through numerous tions in Canada, and'-having as many Conservative workers as Liberals among them, the "foreigners" are not welV aware of -the futility of .political threats, as welfas the doubtful -I it derived from "political promises That the Ruthenians do their own tninking may be seen in the Domin- ion elections of 1908. Mr. Morrison, the Conservative candidate, was de- servedly popular among them where he was known, and in several Ruth- enian. polls he pulled out heavy maj- orities. That does not look as if the so-called threats of, the Liberal work- ers proved to be very effective. It must often ibe the prayer of Con- servative workers that the Lord would inspire the newspapers support- ing them with only a little common- sense. Just so long as they continue to treat the Ruthenians with con- tempt, they may look in Ruthenian support BABE DIES; MOTiHEFL THIN KS2; IT S LEE PS. Father, Carrying It, Fears to; Re- v. vea! 'Fact on Journey. Philadelphia, July the effect the news of her ibaby's death might have upon his wife, Louis Dein- liiger.cftme -by train from "Egg Har- bor, N. Jv to this city with the dead .child" in ibis arms, its; mother alongside him, thinking that her baby was "sleeping, peacefully...-: Not .until the Deiningers reached their-home-'in this city, did the husband tell his wife that their baby had died, before he had -stepped aboard the'train at Egg Harbor, more than an hour: tiefore. Mrs. Deininger fainted -when: told. The father was nearly prostrated, by the ordeal he had endured. Finding .their old baby Walter, was suffering'with the whoo.p- ing cough, the Deiningers had taken Egg Harbor .ten In- stead of improving change of air, the serious- ly ill. To-day it was decided to bring it to this city in order that it might be .treated -by the family physician. While waiting, for the train at Egg Harbor station Mr. .Deininger felt; the child's limbs suddenly--grow rigia. Turning away from his wife he ex- amined the v found it had iied. Then boarding" the train they began the ride to-..their home. Several times during .the journey the mother bent over the baby. AMERICA WOMEN LEADING. iGthbriilge's Greatest are. of interest to people who wish to at federate cost.''We are offering this week, Hall from a well selected stock at prices never hef ore equalled in Lethbridge See.our Show Window for display. vain Hamilton has a report .'that the stove concerns of the ''city.; are; to be NFred" Tench, once of Port Robin- Ont, but now a wealtliy New Yorker, is-paying the debts of. his father's old firm, and in one case a debt of interest on it ALL WORLD IN DRESSING Countess Says Good Clothes Worn By Servant Girls Force Others to Purchase Better, Boston, Mass., .July women are better dressed than anj Countess o Frankenstein, formerly 'Miss Anni< jBrewsteiv _ _: ;s "The servant in America 'has much to do with "The girl of the household apes the fash- ionable attire of 'her mistress. She does it so well that thousands of Am- erican women feel must dress better