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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQt DAILY HEHALO, SATURDAY, JULY 24, IMS. PAQCSIVIIS This is the Place to Buy our ABOUT DAD'S COUNCIL BY THE LORD MAYORS SON v themselves and a fixe chief who is a fire chief. No dub who has been captain of a hose waggon or chief f a bucket brigade ig good enough lor this outfit and they ought to know it. WATER WAGON FOR COPS IN UNIFORM The patrons of this yard are increasing daily They have the Largest Stock Best Grades Lowest Prices Give this yard a trial. You will then be one of those who are becoming permanent patrons Dad's counccil has been me excitement for itself during the excitement for itself during the past week. Fire Chief Kroning has been the match that caused the conflagra- tion. It came rather sudden and Acting Chitf Mackie Is AIM Order to Membtrs of Calgary Calgary, July very undig- nified sight of police ..officers in uni- form entering barrooms and taking! refreshment while on a sight 'thereby hangs some criticism that is not altogether unjust cither.' It seems to me that the city fathers got into a Sam Hill of hurry to take action., I am not one to say that chief was holding down his job in the right way although I believe he did his best and did it honestly although his methods were sometimes out of the not by any means uncommon in Cal- gary hitherto, will be seen no more as long as Sergt: Mackie remains, in authority as acting chief. Yesterday raftecaoon the sergeant called the members of the force to- gether, and warned them that in fu- ture any police officer seen enntering a barroom for any purpose other than ordinary. That's not the question. Ihis' duty called ior> would be sus- Few people would talk their heads off to uphold the chief's management of his department but there are some darn funny things connected with the action. It funny that the council could not %rait for the chair- man of the committee to get back be- The action of Sergt. iMackie in is- suing this order is to be commended, and will meet with, the approval of all who wish to see Calgary commented upon as an up-to-date city by, visit- from large cities, who are not ac-' .UAU.I..I vi tu grTL JJclCJi DC- I fore they decapitated the appointee'customed to seeing the rural practice of-'the fire and light committee. May of officers eraergfflg from bar- be Uncle George could not have done their mouths, adher- anything else least course rest of the bunch could do my esteem ed uncle was to let him make a SCHOOL CON- Si resignation, without making any- great row about it. But thereat of JAugust 1st at the Evangelical Church tne bunch, got mtn a deuce of a rush I- as. they generally do .when they do some darn-fool trick. Tlus Convention is to create and Dad's council made a mistake iaterest School they appointed -Charlie to the job and W throughout the entire country. '__ _ i A CHOICE RESEDENTIAL LOTS ON WESTMINSTER ROAD CLOSE IN ONLY TERMS. APPLY GALVIN HAT FIELD ROOM 4, Imperial Bank :hey knew it at the time but they. had been getting inspectors for sev- A programe has been prepared and a .good convention is expected. South Alberta Lumber Co. umrmo Lethbridge New Dayton Magrath City Yard SMtktf Ellison's Mifl We are always glad It finish esti Bates era! little 'Jobs that almost anybody j The entire community is invited to could do from: Winnipeg and the Lord j attend. only knows .where else and they felt Warner is prepared to entertain all that can come from a distance. A preliminary service will be held on Saturday evening previous, com- that to square themselves with .the people who were kicking on they should appoint .a home man even cvcufug previous, com- though he was not as-good.as others mencing at 8 o'clock. Sundav service they had a chance to get. That would I at 10 a.m., 2.30 and 7 pm have been good dope for a less im-j portant position., .But it was darn! poor, dope for putting a head on the fire department. i And now I suppose there will be i effort to do the same darn-fool J trick again. The council had a chance I to get a craekerjaek of a man when the other appointment was made., He is a chief in another city who wants to better himself-by into a COULDN'T CATCH THE OLD ROBBERS Htawa, July strangers fled at noon today in pulling a. daring theft in the jewelry store Alex McMillan of-Spark's St., ajfta result of which that gentleman. hundred dollars loser. The old time gag of occupying the awention was worked while one took aray of-rings. A detective quickly to look over the Winnipeg: train, was about to start. As -the tmin neared the Hull station prev- iojis to making the round trip to the umon station and a pilot waa trav- elling about twenty miles an hour. Detective Culver started for -the man nearest him. The taller of the stran- gers in. the meantime stepped out on the platform -and as the detective ar- rested' his supposed pal the man on the platform took a flying1 leap from the train. At the moment tile de- tective placed the smaller man under arrest several shanty men attempted' to interfere. It was during this di-: version that the man on the plat- form jumped. When the train was brought to a stop at the station all trace of the man was lost. The individual arrested gave- the j narce of James Howard. He says' that he knows absolutely nothing! of "the robbery and is apparently under the influence of morphine. MASONIC GRAND OFFICERS London, Ont., July election of officers of the Masonic grand lodge of the Dominion resulted as follows: D. P. McWatt, Sarnia, grand mas- ter; Aubrey White, Toronto., deputy grand master; E. T. Malone, re-elect- ed treasurer; E. L. Gunn, re-elected' secretary; Thomas Rowe, London, grand senior warden; J. Frankin Stratford, grand junior warden: real live city that is going to grow some. He as: known to be top-notch er and coming But pose all-sorts of wires wilt be pulled to get the fellows wio were not con- sidered as good as the late chief ap-, pointed to the job. I've got a hunch that, there isn't a man in the city with the get-up and experience -to make an A 1 chief. The fire depart- ment is no place to play favorites and the city will not stand for any mon- key-work around that joint. .Dad :and his brothers had their crazy caps on for sure last Monday. B. Snapp, C. E. Kenny, M. J. Conner, Committee. PROGRAMME .JULY I LITERARY EVENING. 8 P.M. Have yon seen the New Model Oliver No. 5 Typewriter? It Establishes a New Standard in the Type- writer World It is as essential to a business organization as a right hand is to a ai versatile iu its many functions. It Will Pay You to Investigate We are the local agents: Stephen (EL Malone Insurance Brokers and Commission Agents Eooml Ott Block M M M M 4 f (a) Fraternal Spirit and Church Work. (b) .What are. the and prospects for Sunday School work in our country? (c) How to organize'in a new coun- try. SUNDAY MORNING 10.00 Address. Geo. B. Snapp. 10.15 Short :Eeview of the Lesson in practical way.: Wm. Dyser. 10.30 Relation of Sunday "School to the church. Eev. Griffith. 10.45 Relation of the church to the REPAIR WORK LEFT AT OUR SHOP II ALWAYS PROMPTLY' AT. TENDED TO PROMPTNESS AND 1 EVERY TIME IN THIt DEPARTMENT A. E ASTON Kext to A. Maodonald Co. Beside Grayii Haidware i: Sunday School. Rev. Cooper. Not only did they chop off the chiefs head without notice, tut they slashed ILOo Best methods of securing atten- dance. -Mrs. Mason. ay Mr' G R H S S Y K E The Best New Town on the C.P.R. Crow's Nest line Some Things Grassy Lake Has! f Two coal mines in operation A first-class brick yard in operation j A branch of the Union Bank An up-to-date hotel A practising physiciaa t All kinds of business houses Afine Assembly Hall which is open for engagement T 9 f JL rli'Ti-gS An elevator ic Wait) j i JWUW WlWTlg I An electric light plant ybwn Property is advancing rapidly. Some business lots are now as high as away at the heads of the. firemen as well. "Ten men are too many. Offin m. with. 'their Four heads fall1 parents relation to the Sun- but the deuce of it is men-do know. who have lost Airheads, vlf I 30 I am any judge of the --way. this stunt might have-been pulled off, I would say that my uncles would have ed a darn sight more. sense by lett-i SUNDAY AFTERNOON WiH look 2-30 Qualifications essential for a sue- LeSSOn' HelPS Conner. cessfal teacher. Rev. .Jfase. 2.45 Practical methods of teaching. Mrs. .Sadie Culler. after that part of the business. He ought to know a good man from a poor dub.. Then they are going to, protect 'this whole: burg men i and a chief. I see where we