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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTimUinOK DAILY HERALD Saliinlay, June "Always Popular Because the Quality is the Best" Rochon's Ice Cream Parlors Afternoon Teas, Light Lunches and Choice Con- fectionery. .Music every afternoon by Gaskell's Orchestra, from 4 to 5. RESTRICTED AREA BECOMES CHEEKY i: Wright, the Jeweler cents and Windows OnoAVeck ouh ,111 oppoi tiuuLj oi'a lifetime (o s.n c iiniiii NO OCCASION FOR OUTCRY THREE MONTHS FOR COAT STEALING TOM JENNINGS WILL THEN LIKE- LY BE SENT-BACK TO CQNfV RAD MONTANA At the police court this morning. Thorn is Jennings apne on the charge of stealing two the -wagon of .Mr, and Mrs. Booker. He put ut) a great fight on his own he- half, but the evidence was all'against him, so h-a was sent to the guard room for three months' hard laboi Jennings comes from Conraii. Mont, and his case will he laid before the immigration department with the re- commendation that he be deported. The cas-a of assault against Eck- ford, charged with assault on one.t resulted in the imposition of a fine of one dollar and costs. Trx B ueiu unlTcm to the fact that the trouble arose-out the attention being, paid by .Mac- Donald to Eckford's daughter. It i'as on this account, a pure ]y nominal fine was imposed. Several d. and .d's were soaked-the regulation fine and costs, and the court promising to be a IHUe more careful in future. DREAMED "TITANIC1' HYMN NEGROES CANNOT BE "ELKS' Court of Appeals Decides They Must Choose Another Name Albany, May court of ap- peals decided today in favor of the and Protective Order of Elks to restrain an organization of from using the title of the 'Improved" Benevolent" and Protective Order of Elks of the World." This decision -ends a litigation which haa created a great deal of interest throughout the country. It was ten by Judge Bavtlett and ail of-the other judges-of the. court concur, British M. Odd Asleep Felt Himself in Doomed Liner Sir Robert. Price, M.P. for East ;Vorfolk, has had a remarkable dream abo'.ut the Titanic disaster, in which ;i vlrsion of. "Nearer ;-AIy God to Thee" carae him as-he himself going down with the ship. 'I had -attended, a memorial serv- said Sir Robert, to a London Ex- press representative, "and went home much affected by the service. J went to sleep and dreamt that 1 was a pass- enger In the Titanic as she went down. It was terribly vivid. As I felt myself going down I prayed thus: Lone icy wave Oi. the cruel'sea. No one is near to save, No help for me! Lord let Thy might prevail, Let not my courage fail. Trusting do Thee! my God! Trusting to Thee. Image of child and. wife Dimly I see: All ihat I love In life FadVng from me. Rut though my spirit Lord! deign to rend the veil, Take me. My God, to Thee, Take me to Thee! P. C. WINTER WRITES ABOUT OB- JECTIONS TO PROGRESS OF STREET PAVING Editor, Lcthbrldge Herald: note a morning paper devot- ing considerable space in its editorial columns to a hysterical tirade against Deeper I sink, and now Nought can T see; Cold s'tveat is on my brow, God, pity me! Only just drawing breath. Waiting the touch of death, Coming, my God. to Thee, Coming to Tlree. 'I awoke with a said Sir Robert, "and when I had collected my thoughts I 'MIL down the words of my all of them, for there were several verses that T could not remomher. I am not a hymn-writer nor a mak-er of verses, and so this The action was_brdught by tho He-.! remarkable version of 'Nearer nevoient and Protective .Order of Elks, which was .incorporated by a act of in 1S74 for an injunctioii to restrain the negro organization fronvusing a title which, so closely resembles the plain1 tiff's corporate name, the .appellate maintained as to mislead the public .and persons having transactions with either organization. BIG BOOZE FACTORY A brewery to cost will be erected at Edmonton. KILLED IN DETROIT Mrs E C Snnderland of Amherst ;lnirg, "was killed by a street car in Detroit. God to Thee' appears ro me to he all the more miraculous." HONOR FOR PRIEST. Vj ear-Gen oral Jiahony of Hamilton has-been created a domestic-prelate bj the Pope (he paving companies. If the party responsibl-e for the editorial was well acquainted with the subject, he pro- bably would not he as ready to head his remarks with "Scandal." In larger cities that I have been in, where traffic was a hundred per cent, h-eavier, the streets were completely, closed until paving operations were j finished. Since'the beginning of the work here, the contractors have been placed at considerable expanse by hav ing; traffic continually going over and interrupting their work. They have stood for this in order to co-operate with the City Engineer in an effort to accommodate the public. i know of an instance wlvare one of the companies held up their gmd- ng outfit three days, at a loss, at the request of the City Engineer, in CT- ,der to leavei a street a Sun- ;day. The sidewalks cleared at.-all times, as the city inspectors have been very 'watch-fa! on this; If the News would -check up on the 'con- crete it would find that the ordinary Referring to the operations of one FATHER TRYING TO GAIN UPPER HAND AND CHIEF GILLESPIE THREATENS Is (rouble brewing hi one sec- tion of the city, which promises to result np in a gc-tu-ral clean-up of ii certain suction of the city, whoso re- putation is not of the best. A few days ago a woman applied at the "office of the building inspector for a permit' to build a house- ill what is considered the restricted district. Thi> building inspector -refused at that time to grant the permit until he had investigated. He saw various other civic officials, and in end came to ihe conclusion that us the house was to be to the wo- man's own assertion, as a rooming house, he could do no other than to the permit; The house is to be erected bosk th-3 old isolation hospital, recent sold by the city, jn fact, it is-to; I built the same ground as is pec by the isolation hospital, contractor was sent down by. tl builder to excavate the basement fo the house. Then the trouble began. Th-a m Iron of the hospital refused alto operations to be started on the exci vation. As the isolation still in use, that it i still city property. It is not know what terms the building was sold uu der, and, therefore, the date of pos session for; the new owner i; known. Chief Gillespie is much concerns about in the restricts! district. It, is understooi that the. old isolation hospital, whei vacated, and turned over to the.'new owner, will be occupied by the colony One of the women of the underwork Is building the new house, although she states that it is' to be only a room ing house. That the chief considers merely a blind.; The police -belie VL that there is trouble brewing, and the women are endeavoring to gain the upper hand, .and they are not going to go further, if Chief Gillespie knows it. "K they make another move, out J they all That was the way the Chief put it this morning, nnd a gen- eral clean-up is expected almost any day. WON'T RECOGNIZE WAITER'S UNION company, the Eloso, their work has be-on carried on In a very compact form. The -concrete lias followed im- mediately behind the grading, and as fast as the concrete set. Fourth and Sixth streets have been used'by the Hon. MAY BE COL. BOB Robt. Rogers may become honorary colonel of cavalry corps. inineg's new To Make Good Bread requires good yeast, and to have good yeast ,-you should insist upon your grocer giving you .White Swan Yeast Cakes. A package contains Q cakes Free sample sent on request. White Swan Spices Cereals, Limited, Tor- onto. Ont. Purity Bottling Works ot Aerated and Ciders Frv 0111 Shawlicnv Oio.ini Sod.i B.-irsnpiir- illa. lemonade, in small bottles .it 50u- per For a Summer Drink 0111 Limeade, diem, Phospbiilo or Cor. ith A o. ami till Phono public until closed for the asphalt coat. The asphalt work has, perhaps, marie a slow start, but It has been principally on account of lack of fac- ilities in Lethbridge for repairs, etr To show their good faith, when the electrical power Failed, the compani- es continued, a loss, at half cap- icity, until a tueam plant could be obtained. The News might note ihat ten days or more between the concrete and the isphalt is required In order to let the 3 of concrete properly set, and is not a delay in the work. It might al- o note that by Monday night, the one :ompany will have all its work com- peted, except, putting on the finishing oat of asphalt. The so-called dis racetul condition" is not one part at vhnt It wag n year ago when the treets 'were completely impossible oth for team and foot traffic on ac-i ount of the grading, water and sewer 'ork. I would refer particuarly to the ondition of Thirteenth street North. It would be more reasonable if news well as Individuals, "would understand that clvjc improvements, such as paving, can not be installed on the business streets without some inconvenience to the public. C. WINTER. NEW YORK STRIKE IS SPREADING BUT SERVICE IS BEING WELL MAINTAINED lork str ke of or affecting '39 hot-els, restaurants ens to apreid further EOT the strike leaders say that'b'efore .night- fall, employees in other hotels wil! he called out. Several kitchen crews Quit Kotelmen sa% that before they "will recognize'the waiters' union, thej shut down their establish ments Leaders ot the striking wilt ers saj thit engineers firemen and other hotel employees raa> be called out s Ihe nlices ofjthe strikers are being filled' by'-strike breakers from 'the other and though the strike is causing hotel owners 'great incon- venience, 'they.'-said' they were able to take care regular -patrons More ar to''be-called Into service fron the South hut whether they will b> sent for hag determined. Twi hotels have already "'filled the strik ers' places with negroes. (r Of all Trimmed Hats for the remainder of the season. Lethbridge Millinery Company L .A. SCOTT, MANAGEB 514-4th Ave. South.' Phone -157 DAMAGES WAS ASSESSED JURY FOUND AGAINST PHYSICIAN IN ACTION FOR INAT- TENTION tMacleod. Slay the case of Sunronen vs. Dr. Westwood, an action for damages from inattention, Uie [ury returned a verdict for which, of course, carries costs. The case was of peculiar Interest. The wife of the plaintiff had blood loisoning, and died, it is said, through not receiving proper care.. The eyi- lence went to show that the .nurse, a man, had been .responsible, and', also i hat he had disappeared. The Judge, in charging ihe jury, ather blamed the nurse. The verdict ame as a judgment 'was MAYOR PLEASED WITH PROGRESS PAVING COMPANIES ARE CONSID- ERABLY AHEAD OF SCHEDULE .WITH THE WORK "We are just about two ami one- half months ahead of OUT contract on all this .street said one of the contractors in charge of the paving, to the Herald, today. "We have until September 15, to finish them, but ex- pect--to finisli up early in July. 1 do not think the citizens, as a whole, are sorry to see good progress being made which will result in the streets be- Toronto Conservatory Of Music EDWARD FISHER, Mus. Doc., ..Musical Director EXAMINATIONS JUNE AND JULY Applications must be in not latei than May-1st ''_ CONSERVATORY RESIDENCEjor young lady students [B being greatly enlarged and will be ready for ing September1 2nd. nterecl accordingly, ilncr. is a COST REGULATED BY THE DEMAND IL_ COMPANY MAN SAYS_ WEST- ERN FARMERS ARE MAKING GASOLINE SCARCE Toronto, .lime West, anagur of a large oil is re and attributes the high demand tor that article from the western fanners. One agriculturist working a hllRe area oi wheat land in Saskatchewan recently laid in a stock of bar- rels to feed his motor plows. NORTH BRANDON IS BADLY INUNDATED LOOK OUT FOR HOG CHOLERA ng; opened for traffic all over the Year Book, 170 pages; mailed on ap. business section of the city much ear- j plicaiJoii.- Her than If the .contracts were pleteci piecemeal." tUayor Hatch expressed a similar opinion, and stated that he was sat- isfied with the rapidity with which all tho civic contracts are being 'push- ed, and it was to facilitate the work that the i engineering department of tho city allowed the work to: be un- dertaken in the manner In which it is> being done. With srearly half a million dollars' worth of work going on all at the same time in the very heart of the city, it is hardly possi- ble -to do otherwise than is being GO TO BRANDON OHIO PASTOR WILL .SUCCEED McDIARMID AS PRINCIPAL OF COLLEGE Bnimlon, Mm June 1 Ins been recoil cd bj the Board of Dircc tors of Hramlon College that 11 IJ Whiddcn, of Day ton, Ohio, has accepted flic position of president of Brandon College, and will-succeed r: A. P. McDiaruiifL Dr. U'himien i.s no stranger to the hours, Hood condi- Brandon. May the As- aliaboine rherwituin eighteen Inches of been a col- of pr on LiiC of the college for the'first few years of Uie iiustil.ution's life. Dr. has been pastor of the First Hupllst church, Dayton, Ohio, for Uie past ciirhl years. Since his settlement'in Ohio ho lias been oiift of the governors of Dennison TO PITCH CAMP AT WATERLOO PRIEST FOUGHT FIRE HIGH ON STEEPLE Rev, Father Barleau Hoisted 160 Feet From Ground at St. Johns St. Johns. Quebec, .May a severe thunder slr.Tin (he St. Johns Catholic church was sot on fire by lightning last evening. The fire broke out about feet from the ground. Rev. Father Burleati ami a soldier were the first to go up into the steeyie with babcocks but not until it line of hose was brought np by the firemen and the (Ire engine was working were they able to get it under control. It took over an hour's fighting. Thef Ircmien worked under difficul- ties. They were stationed under ihe steeple where It- was narrow white smoke and heat also hindered them. They were commanded by Sub-Chief Turpeoii. MonryvlHe suffered.-a "wry. sorevc hailstorm, hail as large ns eggs fc- About forty in the convent were broken and leverol barns arc CANADIAN CADETS HAVING A .SWELL TIME ACROSS POND- PETTED AND FETED London, June Canadian Ca deta left here last night to encamp on Waterloo battlefield.. A cablegram announcing ;this was despatched, to the Adjutant-General at Ottawa. Merrick, of Toronto, won Loril Strathcona's cup and gold medal. In the Merrick was third, amL.wins n bronze medal; Fox was fourth, -Hugging was ninth; 'Hdakes, fifteenth; Mathers, thirty- fourth. Their future engagements nre: Lunch at Trinity College, Cam- bridge; reception by Lord -Roberts, and a visit to Portsmouth. AH the Canadian cadets are in excellent health. 0-TOTT'S' CASE BEING HEARD TODAY The preliminary hearing of 0. T. O-Tott is "engaging the attention of Inspector-Howard, at the Police Bar- racks, today. O-Tott Is accused of receiving stolen property In the case of Albert Graham and Bert Horton, of Cannangay, who 1mve recently been committed for trial on the charge-of horse stealing. Tho sittings of the conn "were taken up this morning with the evidence of Oliver Lewis, of Sweet' and Albert Graham. Tho Iflr.bclng continued af- ternoon, 'and- will likely come to a conclusion, this Farmers engaged in hog raising should watch carefully for stgns of quarter 'of cholera -it this time of the year Ihat is.the warning issued today by W. F. Stevens, livestock commissioner for the province of Alberta. Sir. Stevens is in tha city on a tour of the South, and is going to invest! gate reports which have been made to him to the effect that hog cholera is showing itself in some of the herds in ihe Coaldale district. Last-spring there was considerable loss from this disease In the Lethbridge district, and Mr. Stevens wishes to prevent a recurrence, if possible. "The best thing for the farmers to be said, "is feeding slops, aqd feed only dry feed. That will al- leviate the (rouble to a great extent, and may stamp out the disease together. Hog raising is becoming) one of the most profitable industries, In Southern Alberta, and Mr. Stevens j is going to do everything in his power i to aid the farmers to ward against the loss of other years from cholera. j this point have again assum- ed a tnreatening In the north eyd of the citj many houses-are al- ready., marooned. One-eighteenth of the 33 tie bears the appearance of a' big lake where a large acreage used< garden purposes Jis now tinder several feet of water.'1 the experimental farm here the hanks of the; river are not as high as along the portions' through the city, and the river has .backed up and in some plac- mile wide. Acting' on advices 'from old timers, many. of -the residents in tho north end of the city have vacated their homes aTid many more are preparing to 'do so. If the river continues to rise "within a few days the -entire non.h end of the city will be inun. dated. i University, froV which he received the degree of IJoctor of Divinity. LAFOLLETTE'S STRENUOUSNESS Mitchell, S.p., June La Follette on the third day's, campaign tour of the State, arrived here last night, having, come from Colton, SO miles, by aiito.- He delieverd only two speeches yesterday, aside from -the one here last night. His address was along- the'lines of. his previous speech. A. R, L OFFICERS FINISHING WORK The changes in the staff of tho old A, R. and 1. offices are being gradu- ally effected, and within a couple of weeks, nothing will be left of the force, except the staff In charge of the coal department. The staff of the land department now practically all gone, th-a ap-j plications being merely received here, s and dealt with through the Calgary offices of the Natural Resources