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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TUEsuAV, j u M E 2, itli DaByHewld Side PriaUd bf the Herald Printing Co.. iSdl, Uviui eveniot it Hr oftM, Bound Bt.. Lethbndfe, W. A. gUQHANAN, Oi- Ctfitiir. 2.M month, delivered M 3.M I.7S M oae year, by. Lmail Daily, iix mail Doily, ihne by mail Weekly MwoJW, Addreaiee changed often aa de- but both uew aud old addrew be given. AT THE SPIRIT STANCE Medium: Is there any question you rould like to ask your first wife? 'Yes! I would like to ask her- to give my second wife her recipe for News. Pigotte: I've got my eye on a nice little home for when we get married. Piggy: You've got eye, so to speak. a sty in youi MUST HAVE NEW FIRE HALL This city needs a new fire hall and. needs it badly. The present building good old summer NO DOUDT OF' IT Teacher: Now, Johnny, what was Washington's farewell address? Johnny: York Sun. TEXAS (From the Shafter Lake Herald) Grand old Texas, Goddess of th phantasmagoria of liberty's disillus dream. Knight errant of th time. Hallowed be Coleman of the memories of an empire carved achievements of today. The uml of that knows The quintessence any use apparatus the city now possesses. The steam engine, the chemical en- gine, and the hose wagou so fill the space that there is not room to move to swerve. i ne qumu around 'then, quickly or safely. There of all tne joys o, earth with a should be three teams for the appar- atus on hand and there is room for only one. Accommodation for two more teams is urgently needed. No I he hope WOlfXTAltf STREAMS AH 1C VfiflY COKE OVENS TO UK 111; OF FIRE SCHOOL REPORT Colemnn, June l.-H. 21. Fisk aud John. Y. Price, delegates to the Grand Lodge of A. F. A. M. at Edmoiiton, returned Saturday morn- ing and report having had ail excop. tionully good time. They were much impressed with the working of the Grand Lodge and the'inspiration they received will we are sure be of real benefit tu the luihjt- Culenian. There wus no Huptisi service on Sunday, the rain making it impossi- ble for llev. Mr. Sargent to attempt the ride from lilairmore. Mr. S. Van Valiu, whose brother toured through B. C. and All with llev. Mr. Bean is taking a much needed rest of a few weeks iu Nelson MMMMMMMMMMi o Fearman's Hams is too smull and too shaky to -s not room for thc Llie ol martyrs. 'of tomorrow made manifest by the and other western towns, the city now possesses. 1 has been one AND BACON Just Received The tortley Co. Itt. mi no mum of its sorrows. three weeks on record. With only an occasional let up for a day or part of a day at a time, the full of rain has been pretty constant for that time. The past three days have per- haps been the worst so far as quan- tity of rainfall is concerned. There is now great'Danger of washouts the out drop harness but the ceiling of j Boy: Well, ain't it harder for me mountain streams having grown to the present hall is too low to allow when I don't know Op- be such foaming .torrents. Men are of its being used even if the teams .inion. ________________ on the watch however so that warn- ing will be given in time. could be accommodated. RISING Master: You want large wages for fire team is properly equipped with- a boy who has had no experience. of the wettest LETBUK Then again, a city the size of Leth- bridge should have a small paid bri- gade. The Underwriters Association suggest five men Coaldale Notes The I. C. C. Co. are commenem active operations towards increasing the number of tKeir coke ovens by Coaldale, .lime A. P. Veale But there is no Lf lhe firm 0, Veale and Depcw the ou the ground place to put them under present ft fcw days Lethbridge. in to build. Already they cumstances. A brigade of experienc-j Owjrgc IIeighcSp jr.t ftrrivcd hoinejhave about hunilred and we un- ed men paid to look after the defence Saturday [rom Jron Springs where he derstand ll IS tho pany to double that number. 1ms purpose 01 thc COm of the city from fire is very necessary residing on his homestead. but is impossible without a new will return Wednesday. hall. Another point to be considered is of course means a large output and uiore men employed. It may not lie known by everybody that Coleman has another valuable asset besides the coal mine. This have larger offices, the city engineer's Anolher steam ploughing outfit is [consists of an immense deposit of a Mr. Thomas Patching and daugh- ter, Lillie, returned Friday from Bot- that the-present city offices are too where his sister, whose illness small. The secretary-treasurer should them to California, was buried I GET YOUR I SHOES of the Works Property Committee to order the roller piit. They paid a mun to do that work and if ho didn't do it, he was no good. The will be ordwd to get tho roller busy when coudi- ions arc suitable and at every oppor tunity. GONG AT THE SCHOOlJ The Fire Water and Light Couiuiit- ,ee recommended that the School Hoard be asked to Instill a gong in Westminster school for fire alarm purposes and tho fjro hose tw placed in the upper storey of the school. MOVING KNOX CHURCH The building committee of Knov Church usked for permission to re move the present building on to Duf- lerin St. just south of its present cution while their new building is being erected, approximately. Novem- ber 1. Aid Ives explained to Mr.'Stafford who was present that it was iieyoml the power of the council to overrule its building bylaw and give any such permission which would be illegal. Tho Mayor was surprised that request should be made without his nowledge as a member of the build- ig committee. Aid. Cunningham lought that the bylaw made provi- on for special cases such us th s. Id. Adams thought there was some uch provisilm. The umticr was rc- rred to the engineer and thc Works ml Property Committee for reply to he committee. FAUCIS INSURE your Buildings against LOBS by Prairie Fires also your Crops ag- ainst Damage by Hail P.O. Uses PUe200 KOFESSIONAL CAIN W.S.GAL8RAITH, MO. CM. Physician, McQiH 114 Bedpfttb 01. Before 9 a.m., DM. McCLUftt STEWART, Bur- DetitUU. Houm: fa m. to I Hu.; Ip.iu. to 5p.m. HAMILTON YOU MO in AT I I GERMAN'S office should bo in the same building, in thc vjcjnjlv_ jir. Fiala of Taber the police offices are insufficient and the cells are far from what they ought is breaking for W. II. Pawson. L. S. Cokely made a business trip to be. With the erection of a newjto Medicine Hat Monday. fire hall the present building can be j devoted exclusively to offices and couny pc.rcy Lupton is quite serious- wilh qUmsv. Two calls of the cil chamber until a city hall is built 'doctor from Lethbridge have been ne- or at least until the proposed fire! hall is built to the full size contem-j plated by the council. The splendid fire alarm system just installed will be made complete by the addition of a useful fire bell to BROKE A RECORD London, June the fac that she was using but three prppel- replace the present useless article, i jer5j lne Cunard line steamer Maure- This will enable every citizen at once to know whether or not any of his property is in danger. These arc matters for the consider- ation of ratepayers as they come to the poll next Monday. A vote for- the bylaw means a vote for a new fire hall. There can be no doubt as to which is the right way to vote. Every bur- gess therefore should take no chances but make sure that his vote and in- fluence help to carry thia very neces- sary bylaw. superior quality of fire clay from which may be made brick fit to be used for any nnd all purposes. This but awaits the development when with two industries with such large capacities the future growth of Cole- man is assured. Nor is this all. North of the town a short distance there has been disclosed a seam of coal that is pronounced by experts to be one of the best samples seen in west while west of the toiui a couple of miles what is supposed to be the same seam crops again. All that is now needed is capital to develop these splendid resources and tania, which left Liverpool May 27 is making a remarkable run to New York. She has already broken one it is to be hoped that when thc Spo- ocean record, that for the best day's run. According to a wireless tile- graph despatch received here by the the Ounard Steamship Company she covered 635 knots from noon May 30 to noon May 31, averaging 25.5 knots an hour. A REDISTRIBUTION Saskatchewan, by the new redistri- bution bill, will have 39 members o Parliament. Prince Albert, Moost Jaw, Saskatoon, ties will each Thc seats have population and Regina ci- have members an average ot based on thi EIGHTEEN LOST LIVES City of Mexico, June have wrought great damage in the neighborhood of the city of Pachula the past two days. Eighteen people are said to have boon drowned and the village of Pachula is entirely wiped out of existence. 1906 Federal census. The ber of seats in Alberta may be in- creased before the next provincial" el- ections but nothing definite. has been decided on in that direction QQQQQ decided on in that direction. The general opinion is that Calgary and Edmonton would each be given an additional member and iLctfibridge city would likely be made a seat by itself. If the population continues to increase rapidly in thc south, the number of representatives from this part of the province would he almost doubled. It is safe to say that in the bounds of Lethhridgc district there are probably six times ns many persons eligible to vote as there were in ]90o. cane Chamber of Commerce pays us a visit next month something tuny be lone toward interesting capital in these things. Rev. Mr. Webb preached his last sermon before leaving in search oi wealth, on Sunday night. Tn spite of the wet night AN OUTFIT FOR THE POLICE (Continued from Front Page.) Mr. Fleetwoo'd explained that the city made nothing out of it when thc cost of putting in the service, taking it out, and the amount of water uset .is considered, ami had advised Mr McGuOin against going into the af fair. The application was referred to th Waterworks Committee REQUEST FOR SIDEWALK Geo. Rogers, president of the Hog ers-Cunningham Lumber Co. aske the council to build 200 feet of side walk and two crossings so that pco pie could get to the oHice of the cot pauy. The ground being made froi earth deposited there WHS almost im- passable during wet weather. Mr. Rogers would like- to vote for the laws but would find it hard to -do so if cement walks were built on re- sidential streets .and none where bus- mess houses such as his had to do without any walk. The request was referred to the Works and Property Committee. In response to the inquiry of North Ward I if i ill Alberta Realty Co Alberta K.C., D.C.L., B. B. C. L CONYBCARf 4 JONES iiarriBterg, Bolicitora, Etc. Odice: Couybeare Block. AHa. 9B-lyc W. C. SIMMONS AJvecatt, BarritUr, Etc. Office: BouUutrd Block. B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and ftit to Presbyterian Oliureh Office Phoue 102. Residence 136. COUNCIL' IS 111CUT A. B. Stafford for Stafford Bros, sked permission of thc council to nako an entrance to the basement of he building they propose erecting .on louud St. The applicant recognized he city's objection to have basement entrances on the street but thought that a lane not being used by pedes- trians, the city could overrule their ;cneral principles. Aid. Ives explained to Mr. Stafford that the engineer must approve it if the bylaw allows hiic to do so. Mr. Stafford will be advised that the city does.not tliink it best to allow the coustruction of any entrances on either streets or lanes. BILLS TO BE PAID The following accounts were order- ed paid: B. G. Stewart G3.S3 J. M. O'Reilly 13.00 Leth. Electric Co................ 20.33 Leth. Saddlery Co................ 1.40 Rogers Borup......... 1.00 Northern Co.......... 35.20 Electric Co................ 4.75 Balance Easy Buys one of the finest homes of Lethbridge. 3 lota with the property. H.J.H.Skeith Room 1 Whitney Block F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Blork. R. G. ADD I SON BUirmort, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM- BALMER Office Phone Residence .Phone 38 d.t.f. JAS. A. MAC DONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Rodpath Strttt Lftthbridgt, ludson Bay Co......] 2.50 I. .J. Johnstone Council, the secretary-treasurer of Hat described thc fire ap- His courtesy a large audience j paratus lhat dty hns nm, Krtve Vur. composed mainly of young men, olher jnforination. whom he is a favorite, greeted bim. JURY DISAGREED New York, June jury h trial in Jersey City of Theodore S. Whitmore, of Brooklyn, charged with the murdor oi his wife, Lena, today reported a disagreement. Judge Sway soy sent the jury back to their room with a request that they agree if possible. Taking as his text Paul's well kno'.v-i words "I have fought a good light, T have kept the he one of the most soul-stirring, heart- rending and touching sermons it has ever been the fortune of those pivsent to listen to. He concluded by cull- ing down the blessing of God upon those present and all the people cf Coleman, finishing by pronouncing in a voice that trembled with eiuotron the time-honored words of the un- ite blessing. One and cf the peo- ple of Coleman unite in him God speed as he depa-ts c midst. We are pleased to coi 10 Mrs. OUR POINT OF VIEW Some Liberals in North Toronto oppose D. C. Hossack because he came out against thc Ross govern- ment four years ago. JCr. Hossack had a perfect right to express his views and proved he knew what he was talking about too. within the Liberal party is to be mended rather than condemned J'h? hidebound partisan is too blind tn sec a wrong in his own party or a good feature in that of the other .el- low. I Robert Sage PICTURE FRAMER Hon. Mr Cros? SB.VS in. connect.'., with the establishment of district- courts in Alberta that the govorn- ment has adopted the principle of making the courts go to the people Instead of the people going to thc courts. That sounds good. John Kenny's removal from Leth- bridge to Calgary is a distinct loss to the citizenship of this city. He was one of the eftrly settlers here and enjoyed the esteem of all classes. ,T. H. TTawthornthwaite will election in Nabaimo, tt. C., for the of Commons. A man with a name as long aa that ought to be el- ected to "go away back and sit down." Bookseller, Stationer, News Agent, Dealer in Fancy Goods and Mnsical Instruments Hereby reiterates his firm wisli for an early closing law that will not give the hog's grip to other dealers in the same line of goods he lives by vending. The civic secretary of Leth- bridge has in his posses- sion a document from the oivic solicitor explaining a would-be difficulty to be encountered in framing an early closing law that would be justr He has at last framed an early clos- ing law but has NOT over- come the would-be diffi- culty. A law that does not make all men equal is un- just, therefore contrary to the principles of trades unionism and social and civic order. Tn this in- the remedy is R'.ill in the hands of our solici- tor and civic rulers, and I will go on clamoring for an early closing iaw foun- ded on jnttice. We have not got it yet Ouimettc, late of Red Deer, to Cole- man. Mrs. Ouimctte is the wife o the senior partner of the firm that lately bought out the business of .1. M. Hill Co. The monthly report of the public school shows much that is encourag ing. The total enrollment for 3 is which for thc three rooms if so divided would mean -15 in each. This means that more accommoda- must soon be provided nnd another assistant. The Society of Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian Ciiurch will from this on hold their meetings on Wed- nesday evenings as formerly. ARIZONA FOR BRYAN Tuscon, Juno Arizona Dem- ocratic convention met in Tuscon nnd elected delegates and instructed them to vote solidly for thc nomination of j J. Bryan for president. The men- tion of the name of Mr. Bryan oc- cassioned prolonged cheering. vus acknowledged. POL1CR Ii Chief Gillespie made n. request foi equipment of revolvers, billies, belts etc., for his men, Ife asked for a lesk also, the desks in the office ing the property of ex-Chief Parry The requests were referred to the Li cense and Police Committee. Tenders will he asked for police uniforms The telephone in ex-Chief Parry' house will be transferred to Chief Gi it'iipie's residence. PLED LIGHTS ON AL.-VKM BOX'ES The government -gave thc city per mission to put red lights over th fire alarm boxes on the tclephon poles on certain conditions whic were agreeable to the council. TO PAY MR. CONYBEARE C. F. J'. Conybeure made applica- tion for the refund due him on the money paid for the laying of the Brin ton St. water main. Tie put up thc >rice of the line and thc revenues de- rived from the line were to be credit- ed to it and Mr. Conybeare repaid when the city could afford to do so because of thc consumers on the line. There is about coming to him now. The council ordered the am- ount due to be paid. GETTING OUT THE ROLLERS The matter of allowing bill-posting on tho electric light and other poles in thc city was brought up and in connection therewith Aid. Ives ex- pressed himself forcibly on thc work of the watcrmastcr in having his men throw the refuse from the ditches in- to the street. Thc Mayor, snid it was ohn McDougall Iron Works 225.00 Loth. Electric Co................ 508.84 V. Oliver ........_.. lays Mfg. Co. Bell Telephone Co........ V. Oliver V. R. I. Co. J. C. Robertson Co. Jity Bakery.................. D. J. Whitney................ W. Oliver Bell Telephone Co........ Lethbridge News D. Higjnbotham 9.80 486.74 2G.50 2.94 29.70 2.00 7.25 14.90 1.45 10.00 0.00 Lodg. (U.D.) A. F. A. M., G. R. A. Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. .A.C.MESSER, G.V.STORKEY, W. M. Secretary, P. O. Box 537. Canadian Order of Foresters TH cf National Stock Go, AT Oliver's Hall JUNE 1, 2, 3, 4 j In NAT C. GOODWINS Great 4-act Comedy Drama IN MIZZOURI Doors Open at 8.30 of a day's 'hard work you will be refreshed and gain. new vigor by drinking a bottle of Alberta's Pride. There is vitality and strength as well ns a soother for tired nerves in every bottle of Lelh- bridge beer. Let ns send you a case to your order. LETBBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, LTD. fc.262 Meets in K. of P. Hall last Thursday of mouth. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R. A. NEIDIG, F.S. Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S being attended to. By the same to- ken Aid Ives spoke of the inactivity of the roller when thc streets were hardening. WANTED The Lethbridge public and the travelling public to know the Hub Cafe is as clean and up-to-date restaurant as there is in Alberta, and that strictly white help is employed. Charges moderate Specials Tonight Spring Chicken Strawberries and Cream Lethbridge Nest of Owls Lethbridge Neat of Owla. No. 159. will meets thc first and third Wednesday of each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, SecreUary C. ROSS TATE, Preaideni. M. PRIEST, Junior Past Lodge Pride, of Alberta, No. 293. Sou nf Englini leaetit Strict! Meet in the ol Pythtnf Hat)