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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta titHBft i oC'fc ALTA., THURSDAY, jUNI 4, iifti, Side Priuted by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful eveuiug at iU office, Round St.. Lethbridge, ilberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- and Editor. Subscription 1 COD Yi'H (Toronto Saturday Night.) The United States Congress has or- dered that the motto "J" Uod we Trust" shall be at once restored to the national coinage. Tho whole na- tion was shocked at the action of President Hoo.welt in striking this motto from the coins. People turu- wickcduess of it_ Aud one can imagine the reasons that AN ARGUMENT FOR THE BYLAWS nev. Daily, three months, delivered.. J.OO [moved Roosevelt to his act. Look Daily, one mouth, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, BJ.X mouths, by mail Daily, three mouths, by mail 3.00 coin, think of the uses to 'which it is put, and consider the iui; .85' piety of placing any such inscription Weekly Herald, one year I.BOiupon it! "In (Jod we Trust" is Addresses changed as often as a mollo out Of place ou the gired; but both new arid old address must be given. i pays to the druggist for ihc poison with which he ends i his ruined life; which the sneak-thief THE CITY NEEDS THEM tlltt druggist.s cdsh draw. Making up for lost time, making er. which the drunkard pays for the t'Uc city up to date, and making which he-sots him; which the har vision for the future constitute Uu ]ot takes as the price of her soul three-fold objects of the council in which the immlerc-r hurriedly rips submitting the debenture bylaws to froul lnu Ci0thes of his victim; wind be voted o" next iloiuhiy. No city tne duaicr cheats for; the wit- Cuii ufiom to be behind the times. A ness perjures for; which Hie U.ug as- city with streets in its business uiul saults for. On un impulse, K.'Ose principal residence sections not put volt, as he held such coin in his to grade is certainly not up to .date, hand, considering its its cs- EX-MAYOR GALBRAITH MAKES STRONG PLEA FOR THEIR EN. DORSATION-COMPLIMENT TO PRESENT MAYOR Fearman's AND A city with no regular- laying its sidewalks is sysU-m ior'socjutions of Kuili, Uu the licdded that the in Lethbridge, Alia., Juno 3, I'JOS To the Kditor of the Herald: Dear comments which. 1 havo hoard on the streets have led me to believe that u plea for tho puss ing of the proposed money bylaws would uot be out of order. In regard to that for waterworks extensions, the amount of it seeuis small, as you say, but in view of the pumping situation und Hklihood of the new stand-pipe ami main buiiig Deeded this year, it may be well to go easy on extensions until the pre- sent service is adequately provided for. Thy lire lm.ll and apparatus are un- doubtedly needed and will pay for themselves largely iu the reduction of' insurance rates. It is unfortunate es it s-'rv- however that the market was put iii- i )n upon-to the sumo bylaw because, although BACON Just Received The Hartley Co, Ltd, letiii Pine U lElKIIIKf INTERVIEW WAS MUDDLED Victoria Cftloniit Didn't Report Major, Correctly times. A city with old plank side- Was impious. But the poopb walks on its busiest streets is still imagination. They could not see the iu the village class. These are things thing as he .saw it. that Lethbrulgu should have had at- _ tended to years ago. Outside of these things, the present i A XOHTII VOHivEU necessities of the city demand a new (Toronto Night and larger fire hall, larger and better j One hailed from Markh'iir mid tin city otlices, and waterworks exten-1other from North Ynrk. the sions, all of which are provided for former, pointing the t-iv in the bylaws submitted for approval] if you North York rebs hud had your way in 'M7 you'd have very necessary, doubts us to locality: make people uncertain whether to' vote for it or not. I feel however, that our council can be trusted to use good judgment in regard to site, or, when some future vote is being1 Taken, opportunity could be taken to submit that point to the ratepayers. The main and most important by-j law is undoubtedly the local improve-] ment one, marking as it does, dis- GET YOUR j SHOES GERMAN'S! looking to the future of i burnt that there pile." No one this city will deny the value of a market. We must have it if we are to become a great city. A compre- !you to understand that my father heusive scheme of street-making and'was one of them rebs and I am The XVirth Yorker got hot under the collar. he said, "1 want tinct step in regard to permanent to. gukle us in deciding such' roads and walks. There are, ofUions as the proper arrangement o course, objections to it, but not any OUr public utilities for economy and that I have heard, that would war-! efliciencv. rant the voters in rejecting the op- Ottawa, June into Ma- jor Hodgins' charges of overclassiika- tion and fraud in connection with the construction of the Transcontinental railroad resinned today. Charles Murphy, counsel for the Transcontinental commission contin- ued the cross-examination of Major Hodgins, who said that there were a great many mLsstatements in an ori- ginal interview which he gave the Victoria Colonist. He was not prepar- ed to stand by the interview but would stand by his letter to the Col- onist. The interview was so hopelessly mixed that he had asked the Colonist to make a correction but the correc- tion was as bad as the original inter- view. He claimed to hava himself effected a saving of by changing location of the line over u distance of miles. Wlion the House opened this inorn- g Mr. Borden, Opposition leader., oinplaini'd of delay in the investiga- on of charges of irregularities in ic marine- department by Mr. Jus- Cassels and asked when the in- liry was to be resumed. He said the latter was urgent and that the Op- wsition would be quite justified in hhholding supplies from the marine epurtment until they were assured lat the investigation would be push- d to a termination before the session tided. Mr. Bordon also asked why the uditor general was not called before ustice commission to testify egarding the administration of the narine department. The Premier in reply said that "udge Cassels expected to return to Ottawa this month and that the in- quiry will then be resumed if the Senate passed a bill of appointment )i a deputy judge of the Exchequer and ItANCtiKS INSURE your Buildings against Loss by Prairie Fires also your ag- ainst Damage by Hail C. B. Bowman Agency P.O. BUck PUeZOO W.S.GALBRAITH, M.O.C.y. McGill Physician, Aecouchar Office 914 Kedpaia St 'Phone SI 9a.m., f-3. 7-8 p.m. DRt. McCLURE ITEWART, Bur- geon Office Hours: 10 12 u.; 1 p.m. to HAMILTON YOUNG and Room portunity offered to put our city's permanent sidewalk construction proud of it, lie was at Mont- treets upon n proper footing, be adopted. The approval of tho by-1 gomery's and I've heard him tell of The contentions that a smaller sec- ion should be done at first or that mly two main streets should be at- empted, are reasonable on the sur- ace, but in reality it would be much better to get as large an area as pos sible brought to the proper grade at once In order that anything hereafter lone by the city or by private indi- viduals in adorning or improving their own property, would rest on a iuru foundation and not to be upset laws on .Monday mean the He the bullets were flying of these various enterprises. They j that thick that he laid down. The are essential to the city's welfare 'other fellows came up his way and he and progress, and no true citizen will} began to get worried about things to allow any personal or parochial griev j The bullets was (lying and anec to interfere with his voting in the only way he cud see wuz to pick favor of these Their defeat would be-7 a serious retrograde step, the progress of the and a blow" to citv. A PROVINCIAL ARCHIVIST up a [line stump that wuz handy put it on his back. That gave the other fellows somethin' tor shoot at. And they did shoot. Say, I've heard the old man say they shot that gol- darned stump that full of lead that he had to it. It wuz too heuvv Alberta, needs an per- for him. son interested in the province and its early history and enthusiastic in the gathering of material that will toll future and present generations of the adventures of the men and women, who were pioneers of the land. Up to the present the collection of much important material has been neglect- ed. The pioneers have been dying and with them has gone many a Hut he got away." DREAMERS OFFER REWARD To Secure Information as to Partiei Who Burned John Lehr's House Medicine Hat, June Time, says: Jacob Merkel, Jr., Fred Nei thrilling tale of life on the plains in the days when a white man was a curiosity in Alberta. An archivist has been appointed. If the government had covered the of Canada we do not think it could have selected a. person more fitted for the work than iliss Kath- erine Hughes, a young lady of mark- ed literary gifts and greatly by future grading. The second Yours sincerely, W. S. Oalbraith man, Jacob Reid and Christian Gil were in the city on Friday. The calltd at the Mounted Polic Barracks and after seeing the Inspector said they would call again. They did not put in a second appearance however. They gave out that a deposit of was to be handed over to the In- spector, this to form a reward to any ould information ed in history. She will put her heart and soul into the work and soon un- der her enthusiastic efforts, the ar- chives of Alberta will he filled with historical material that in the future will be vaiut'd much more than it is likely to be now. OUR POINT OF VIEW which might lead to the identification of the criminal who set fire to John Lehr's house. Under the fiat of the Attorney Gen- oral, Karl Otto has been summoned to appear before Inspector Parker for breaking the Lord's Day Act by working on Sunday on his farm. The case is set for Thursday morning. The Dreamers, of which Otto is a A government people going to perfect. that will stop the law will be almost member, keep their Sabbath on the Saturdav. tention that of doing main slreeb first, is neither wise from the point of nor, I understand from the engineering standpoint, fo to have side streets above or belov the grade of the main one wuuld both unsightly and dangerous. The matter of only having oiay roads when the improvements completed at such a cost is a. more reasonable objection hut, as to that, we would he no worse off thmi iiow and we would have the great and from the economic point of view the es- sential gain of being ahle to lay per- manent roads with the assurance of their permanency. I have gone over the bylaws and the engineer's report and plans, for my own information, and can freely say that although the cost is great, he gain to the city in its appear- ance and its assessment will, I am ;ure, much more than compensate he outlay. I think the council are to be com- nendcd for their courage and faith the city's future and should not >e expected, after they have given of .heir time and attention to the mat- ter, to get out and campaign for the bylaws. I have felt that it was up TORONTO MAN HAS TWO FAMIL IES With Nine Children and Wife, Job Anderson Marries Second Time Renfrew, Out, grei sensation has been caused here b arrest for bigamy of John E. A derson, who was married a month a to Miss Florence Jamieson, tl youngest daughter of Ht-v. William Jamieson of the Jlfthodist church. Anderson has b--en an inspector of schools at Brockville since leaving here in September, having been prin- cipal of the public school here for two years. His story of bis being a widower was never doubted. He and Mrs. Anderson came to Renfrew a few days ago to-visit Rev. and Mrs. Jamieson and it was while on this North Ward s f i Alberta Realty Co Lethbridge Alberta B. B. C. L CONYBEARE fc: JONES Barristers, Office r Couybeare Block. AIU. court. McPHERSON NOT RUNNING Vancouver, B. C., June News Advertiser announces that R. G. McPherson, M -P., has declined the Liberal nomination in Vancouver, and that W. W. Mclnnes, former gov- ernor of the Yukon, will be the can- didate. Color is lent to the Mclnnes rumor from the fact that he lias re- centlv been in Ottawa. Balance Easy Buys one of the fiuest homes of Lethbridge. 3 lots with the property. H. J. H. Skeith Room 1 Whitney Block W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, BarritUr, Etc. Office: Southard Block. R. G. ADDiSON To B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embalnrw to Presbyterian OUurch OQice Phone 102. Residence 138. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Blo'.k. ICE CREAM Stft Drab Fnrt aid (WettitKry G. W. H. REED Successors to Hadley-Roberts Co. Phone 2tl The Toronto News hns proven that it is easier to Hop than straddle the fence. It will not he long till Fort Chur- chill town lots will lie on the market A model city like T'rinco Rupert will the shores of Hudson's Bay. A lady has hccn called to the bar in Toronto. The despatch does not say whether her order vrixs "Scotch and soda" or lemonade. MISSISSIPPI IS HIGH St. Louis, June Quincy, Til. the Mississippi river is reported to be three miles wide and great dam- age has been done by ihe floods. A special police patrol has been seni i front Quincy to protect property Ev.-ry available boat lias been pressec into service to carry families fron the flooded lands. So far as known no lives have been lost. visit that he was arrested. It ap- pears thai a marked copy of the paper was sent to his first wifc in Toronto containing the account of his second marriage here in April. Although it appears that he had caused n letter to be sent to her from out west saying that he was on his way to his school m British Columbia and having taken smallpox on the way lie was forced to leave the train at Banff whilt- in fact he was just on the eve of marriage here. Besides his wife who is living, in Toronto he has nine children, five daughters and four sons, two of whom an; married and have childrrn. Asked whether he preferred being tried by the magistrate here or by a jury lie said lie preferred the former and refused a solicitor for his case. He pleaded guilty and is to appear again Siiturday, when his sentence will be pronounced. Anderson is fif- Tbe Alberta Restaurant! to our Board of Trade to look into ty-four years of age although at the such matters and endorse them orj time of marriage here in April his Jlr. Gushing makes a strong in defending the bargain the Alberta Government marie with the Bell Telephone Co. Referring to the opposition oi the Conservative press] to the purchase Mr. Gushing wonder- ed what they have said had the government not purchased the system. The Bell Company did not come selling poles nr.rl wire alone. They had a franchise giving them tho right to plajii poles anywhere inde- pendent of the provincial government1 .By the sale they relinquished the j right to operate in the province, they surrendered a valuable franchise. IKIDSJ Begin to yell for castoria at 6 p.m. When they get exhausted I yell for early closing. SEE THE THE INDIAN WON i Mnclcod, June Advance says: The ten mile foot race last Fri- day between Terway, w hite man and a Peigan Indian was won by the lat- ter, who romped in fnlly a quarter of! a mile ahead of the napi qnon. Tho j race was witnessed by a largo crowd were disappointed at the defeat! of the whito. Terway, it is said, was! confident of victory, and went around flourishing a fist full of green plunks but as events turned out was lucky if he got no takers. Up to the end of the third mile Terway led, but after that the Indian went to the front and maintained his position there till the finish. Iu0 HE ncmrmfl WML otherwise but failing that I am sure any citizen may get any further in. formation which he may need for his guidance from any member of the council or the city officials. I feel, Sir, that T cannot close this epistle without expressing my appre- ciation of the manner in which our Mayor is keeping his promise to the electors, to give practically his whole time and thought to their interests nd to endorse his action in securing ven at considerable cost, the services f men who arc experts in their line age was put on the register as thirty- SIR. ROBT. REID DEAD Muntn-al. Jinx R. G. Reid, of died early this morning. In 1803 lu- contracted with the New- foundland government to operate all trunk and line branches on the is- land for 5 yc-iirs, paying Hf was a director of the Bank oi Montn-al, C. P. R. and the Royal Trust company. He was created knight in 1907. is now under new manage- ment, who are prepared to serve the Best Meals in the City and render prompt sen-ice Our Menu is varied enough to suit any and all To dine here means to en- joy your meal. We aim to please everyone A Good Thing 20 Sections nearTabcr at an acre. down, balance on easy payments J. T. McKINNEY Iloom 1 Whitney -Block JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Rtdpath Lethbridjt, Alti. ALVIN RIPLEY ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Room 5 Whitney Block Lethbridge LodKe (U.D.) A. F. A. M., G. R. A. Regular meeting night, the third. Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER, G.V.STORKEY, W. M. Secretary, P. 0. Box 537. Canadian Order (4 Foresters SOLD FOR Vancouver, June estate of the late Peter Larson of Helena, Mont, and E. J. Mathews of Seattle, bavc sold to.. Vancouver capitalists two hundred acres ot land in South Prince upert, adjoining the Grand Trunk acific properties at one hundred and fty thousand dollars. fo.262 Meets in K. of P. Hall last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C R. A KEIDIG, F.S. The Uterta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET OliierNKfc PtaieEJ Uttbndtelmeh. lil Meets 1st and 3rd M o n d aya 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 Lethbridge Nest of Owls Lethbridge Neat of Owls, No. 159. will meets the first and third Wednesday of each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, C. ROSS TATE, President. M. PRIEST. Junior Put A. L. Roy FW50 P.O. bi 28 Mi Ml il Ik EiM M ttet ol Watotar ft Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each 'P'C'pTUrC T7 A CV" One-third one-third 6 L JZ.IV1TIO 1 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum JMfTI S'j (liH NjMfilMIR 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 Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. SMS fit taftt Met) in the Knigl.1.R of Hall first utul thin! Tliurmlny iu the month at 3 p.m. Visiting brethren alwajt come. Walter Appfcbj, Fred T. RobiM, 8, c. w. Come down town and hove some ICE CREAM Tf you don't care to walk so far just phone i ROCHON'S and it will be delivered in bulk or brick AT ALL POINTS OF THE COMPASS in this city and its surroundings you'll find dozens of families speak- ing m unqualified terms of approval of our botiled ale, sar- snpaiilla, cream and lemon sodn, and all the carbonated mineral such as carbonic, soHzer, etc. Their good opinion ought to mean some- thing to suggestion to share in the enjoyment of others. LETHBRIDGE BREWINGS MALTING COMPANY, Ltd LCTHBRIDGE NO. C. B. P. 0. E. Meets on'the second Tuesday o! each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. PRIE8T. E. R. Secretary. E. Tr MCGREGOR REAL ESTATE BROKER Agent for Farm and City Property- Loam, Insurance, Collections, Rent- als and Conveyancing. List your property with Call at P. O. Block or M7, Lethbridfe, Alta. No. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall and and fourth Mondays in the month. Employers requiring certificated eii- ginecrs, and oat of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with us. ROBERT NEVIN, Ghfet W. A. mCK90N, Secretary. 44-lyrd-w WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UN ION Meet in Methodist Wesley Church every third Friday in the month ftt 3.30 p. m. Visitors alwaya welcotpe. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES. Prwi. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, tt-G ;