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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, li To Those Who' Wish A Cosy Home: TIU: LETHIJKIDGE DAILY HERALD Pasrc 9, We have in our "showrooms aces EDITED Office Phcne, Residence BY "UNO" 1224 620 Hostesses Mrs. (Dr.) Crawford. Which we would be most pleased to have you call and inspect season, and with the opening of the delightful club house being erected by the members of the Country Club the Mrs. J. W. Stafford will not receive j pleasure derived from golf is not like- tomorrow. V Airs. Vrooman will not receive morrow nor again until autumn. to- Mrs. J. B morrow for son. Murray will receive to- the last time this sea- LICENSES GHANTED TO TWO Wholesale Liquor License at Blairmore was Refused The iicc.isc commission board met here today and recommended that R. I'rch, of Monarch, and Wm. McLel- land, of Royal View, be granted li- censes. The application of Michael Hossi for a renewal of his wholesale license was not recommended owing MEDICINE HAT AND C. P. CAUGHT VERY R. SHOPS Wm. Whyte, vice-president of the C. P. R., was- in Medi- cine Hat on Saturday. Ru- mors that the C. P. R. shops had been located there cre- ated great excitement in real estate circles. No announce- ment that a decision had reached made, but Medicine Hat is confident that it will get the big indus- try. he to the past conduct ol the place not! ri afternoon bi.'Uig satisfactory." The application 01 the Blairmore-Liquor Co. for transfer of Rossi's license., to selves was not recommended because of the SJNG NATrONAL ANTHEM ing to- the; unavoidable absence., playing the "Dead Ma-ch from A. Me- "Hiding in Thee." The pall Kercher, the consideration of the ap- bearers, who were' friends of the Run Down a Man who Had Been Passing Bogus Checks If you go to tfce old well once too iaften you are bound to pump it dry. is exactly what happened on Saturday last to one of the smoothest j bogus cheque artists that ever worked this corner of the old globe, and he A SUNDAY FUNERAL j found himself in the rude toils of the funeral took place yesterday 'law- He gives his name at M. P. Mrs. C. R. Young will receive to- morrow for the last time this sum- mer. a Mrs. Fred Ford and daughters have returned home from a several months' sojourn in Ireland. j Mrs. J. W. McXicol will receive tomorrow afternoon and Tuesday'af- ternoon, June 13th, thereafter not again this season formally. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Anderson spent ly to wane. However, about a score of young people enjoyed the Tennis Courts on Saturday and at the tea hour partook of the dainties provided! 1 and served by the hostesses for the' day, Me-sdames J. R. Anderson and 0. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Murrell-Wright. Miss tJawden and Mrs. Nimmons left this afternoon to attend the annual meeting of the Diocesan Board of the Anglican Woman's Auxiliary, which will be in session in Calgary from Tuesday until Friday this week. A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT that delights skilled musicians the VICTOR, Sengs, Recita- tions, Band Pieces, Sacred Music at your command. Prices up. Easy payments We will gladly play your favor- ite selections. Call today. Double Sided Records MASON FUSCH PIANO CO. Phone 791 Dominion Block RAKE IN MONEY AT POLICE COURT Have the women of Lethbridge giv- en up the idea of nominating a wo- man for the school board vacancy There has been much discussion and talk in favor of the idea, but so far I haven't heard of anything definite. ;BaU had another of his strenuous Any woman who is quahhed may have mornings with everything 'on the As Result of Raid on Illi- cit Joints in the City The police court this morning pre- iv itU. V V HHHt yesterday at their farm near Stir-j her nar.ie submitted by two ratepay- street from common "vags ling, motoring out J------------ in the morninj and returning last evening. Mrs. A. V. Gibbons and daughter, Margaret, left this morning to visit for three months with relatives Chicago. Sunday at one o'clock Rev. A. A ers tomorrow. jsmooth forged cheque artist. to the The-vagi our old friend Jas. Selby whose Now 'Is The Time To Buy That June Wedding Present Lytle, united in marriage at Westmin- ster parsonage John Arthur Murphy Violet nine- and at one time worked for their butcher Bullock, 915 Coutts street, JSQOP- He left a long trail of victims and was conducted by Ensign Laidlaw nia wake since he began the easy The Salvation Army band led the fun- .money stunt last December, four of 'them -being Lethbridge merchants and i one Taber man. I He began business last December the fourteenth day of the month and Miss Isabel Lethbridge. Morgan, both of plication of the Alexandra Hotel for 'young child, Misses V. and N. (WQen he forged Piche and Miron's a license was adjourned to Calgary Sliariand, C. McCleJland, F. Carter, M. name on three cheques, two for" at 9.30- tonight. Hopwood, D. Russell, E. Daw son and and one for S75. One of the Christiansen. {cheques made out to D. Perce was jworked off on Louis-Keel for a fine 70 INVESTIGATE, THE .-'-LVMBER INDUSTRY IMMIGRANTS SPENT Minneapolis June j DOLLARS are out lor .about iiftfy -Minnesota T, -r- lumber. men and wholesale paper June avera-e nnm dealori and some migrants arnytag daily in terdav directing 'them' to appear in Mental-during the month jOi May was 12aO. or a total of over; It is estimated that each Chicago' on various dates between j beaver cloth overcoat' and cash. Then he w.ended his way to McKelvie 'e he bought goods to the value of nearly and took ihe clothes he hied himself TO Ta-' ber and passed the other an A. Malo, a retailer there. The June 6 to June. 20 to testify before a ,_ nf cd DJ Judge Anais to investigate tne Canada's caDital igery was dlscovered nnmethitely the lumber industry in ..the northwest. In ____________ jcheques were passed at the bank but witnesses have been _ __ __ .'no trace of the pen artist souid tie this grand jury what and it was thought that he had jdoubied feack and spent the winter in j Spokane. In each case he had given I a different name on the face of the [cheques, W. L. McGarvin and J. D. all about 3'00 called to 'tell they know. BIG DAMAGE BY RAILWAY COLLISION Emerson, Man., June wreck in the C. N. R.'yards at Em- erson Junction this morning af 8.30, caused by a headon collision between a NT. P._ freight and a C. N.'freight train, doing damage estimated at twenty-five thousand dollars. No one was injured. PLAGUE OF MOSQUITOES MANITOBA Mrs. A. E. Smith will give a chain tea for the benefit of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist church at her home on London Road, Wednesday afternoon. Miss Grace Dudiey, who has been visiting several week's in Warner, was a guest at the Hax.ell home on Sat- urday, continuing her journey home to Fernie in the afternoon. ,-r M; Miss Ella McLennan Reaves row morning for Calgary, where she will edit the Woman's the Calgary Herald. Mrs. KfcL'ennan will spend the summer months visiting at the-coast. The: first Tennis tea this season held at the club house Saturday was not so w.ell attended as anticipated. Among the-young benedicts and mat- rons and the older society set the Golf links are the attraction this The Ladies' Aid Society of countenance has been absent minster church will meet at 3 o'clock jfrom the scene of action for a little Wednesday with Mrs. Redding. -more than his time limit His inner-' jent of rai-eye brought him once The Parish Auxiliary of St. into tbe toils of the law on Sat- an's church will meet Thursday af-! ter-noon with Mrsv Wellington, 613 Cutbill St. IV Stock Is On Sale at 50c, 60c and 75c on the The Executive Committee.of the Woman's Civic Club will hold their weekly session tomorrow afternoon at i o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. B. Reuter. 621 Coutts street. The Ladies' Aid Society of Wesley church will n.set Wednesday noon at 3 o'clock. The ne- especially requested to S Utectiiig. urday and he was forced to admit jthat he had a comfortable jag for a jman of his calibre. He pleaded elo- jquently that he had been treading the i straight and narrow for a long time :and cadi for leniency, to keep straight in the good humor court decided to give him one WAS after- TO SPY ON NON-UNION WORK AWD PLACE THE DYNA- MITE Muskoegee, Okla., June De- laney was quoted in a confession jmore chance, advising him to .hike for Kipp where he said he had a new job (night as having said he was employed A young fellow calling himself Aus- Jolm J- McNamara, secretary-and tin Murray and hardly yet past the itreasurer of' the International Asso- Iron Workers as non-union work and that he aSe uie victim of too____ as an experiment on Saturday.' decided that ihe didn't like the the place where dynamite was Jand Chief Gfllespie pleaded leniency !to be Placed- He talked with visitors League Plans, Projects and Pros-.in his .behalf so he was dismissed !today- He.maintains he was paid by pects' will be the topic of the ad- jwith some fattferly advice from !JOQn J- 'McNamara to spy upon non- dres given before the members of Wes court. union work. The statement which ley Epworth League by the pastor On Saturdav made to a detective Uhis evening. On Saturday night the chief ordered a regular visit of all the dens of die city to see how the booze businer-s Miss Fi-iilay will preside at West- was faring. Rather to his surprise minster Epworth League meeting to- (the hard times has also affected it and morrow evening. The subject will be the result of the raid was not so "Keeping Sweet." jas expected. However, they to pick up a nice parcel of illicit The Girls' Club of St, Andrew's and four of the keepers apj jar- church will hold an ice cream social ied to answer to the charge of keeping on the grounds in the rear of the new church o'clock. Thursday evening at 7 Winnipeg; June toes, regarded in tade as a sure sign of a "good crop, bave beaten all records this year. Campers are being driven into town and outing- parties abandoned while the pests have penetrated to of- fice blocks and even stores down town. Heavy May rains is the cause and incidentally the crops have benefitted. WE HAVE JUST RE- CEIVED ANOTHER SHIPMENT i Barrett being the other two aliases, .but in each case Piche and Miron ,were the donaters. Detective Egan has been working on the case all win- jter but could get no trace of his man. jbnt last week he came to light again in the shape of another 'bogus cheque. I In May a man giving his name as {Harold Cole sauntered into A. E. !Easton and Co.'s store and proceeded jto stock up with a good supply of har- {ness for the summer. Mr. Easton fell ifor the Piche and Miron cheque ihanded to him and endorsed by Har- lold Cole and sent the harness over SANG NATIONAL ANTHEM Winnipeg, June 5- gevin has issued an encyclical to the diocese of St. Boniface directing that j the national anthem, "God Save the for sale without a Madge Vance, Ethel Fuller and Dora Allen all pleaded guilty to the indict- ment-and forked across and costs to each count, but OUie Levis _thought she would like to hare a day jor so to make up her aimd, whether -ArchJbishop Lan- {-it would be wise or not to plead not Four Thousand Men, Quit work in Van- couver ft-mfiff Vancouver, June is estimat-j ed that four thousand n.en, mostly of building trades, quit work in Van- .couver this morning. Street railway j powerhouse men and conductors and j Coronation Day. This is special recognition of the leading part His Majesty has taken in the abolition of the clause from the Coronation oath jreflecfing on the Roman Catholic WORMS INJURING so her case was remanded till tomorrow morning. The case against A. H-rtoa for stealing water from the city was again remanded till the thirteenth to allow the prosecution to get their witnesses present. McGILL MEDICAL GRADUATES GATHER homa City is locked In a bank. Okla- local state Charles Wertheimer, of .London, the art collector, who left an estate of pounds, has bequeathe'd ab- out pounds to char- ity. WAT THESE ARE THE MOST WONDERFUL LITTLE MACHINES WE HAVE EVER SEEN FOR FILTERING WATER. THEY ARE VERY SIMPLE AND CAN BE ATTACKED TO ANY, A FAUCET. 1.75 Each USE ONE A WEEK AND WE VENTURE TO SAY YOU WOULDN'T SELL IT FOR TEN DOLLARS, IF YOU COULD NOT'GET ANOTHER BETTER TELEPHONE FOR FOR ONE TODAY FOR THEY WON'T LAST LONG THEY ARE HARD TO GET. OUT OF TOWN ORDERS WILL BE SHIPPED BY THE DAY RECEIVED the police. Detective Egan and the "chief got busy and brought the har-. j look for the man. Carmang-ay was the objective point, and they got into j communication with the authorities {there with a view to arresting the j man there if he should show up. They j had a description of Cole but he was not known by that name there. How- _ ever, they thought that 'ne was on the Carraangay train on Saturday and got Jin touch with C. P. R. Inspector Ash- jman. who nabbed him just as he was j getting into the coach at He ivvas brought back to the police sta- ition hene and gave his uacm'e as M. usual, but the linemen-in the'employ of the electric and telephone com- panies are out. Teamsters arc still working and will not join the strike.: Wiere were no demonstrations and; not- a si-ngle complaint was received j at the police station up to nine i o'clock. At eight o'clock the trie power went off for five minutes, j .and at 8.15 street cars stopped for- twenty minutes apparently 'because1 the wires were cut in some outlying part' of the city. Crowds of people walked down town v i. G ucfci ixcoo V CA >V liiU, ii TT-. i to the depot as Cole said that he was 'motormen declined to join the strike June city botan- ishipping it to his place at Carmangay. and tins morning are working as' Considerably exercised over a 'For some reason Mr. Easton got the I cheque to the 'bank somewhat quicker j than was expected and finding it 'a j forgery, put the matter into the hands over a Montreal, June hundred med Jc-al graduates of McGilf University WINNIPEG TREES jare in Montreal today to take part in the opening of the new million dollar building of the medical faculty. The opening will take place tonight. His Excellency Earl Grey will ,be present and perform the opening ceremony. The convocation of the medical fac- ulty takes place this afternoon. city and says spraying will save MORE MONEY FROM CARNEGIE Winnipeg, June 5.--K. H. McCarthy, Cotton, and acknowledged that he city librarian, has loft for New York His case to see Andrew Carnegie with a view was re- Ito getting a grant of for an I here. j had uttered, the forgeries. icame up this morning but !mantled till Thursday to give the pro- addition to the public library jEecution time to collect all evidence. sThe present building is totally inadc- [This afternoon another of his .forger! ;'quate for the purpose for wnich it is j jcheques came to light. It js made out 'intended and in addition people from j [in the name of C. E. Harris and sign- 'all over the province are coming here 'by G. A. Delaney. the butcher. The !to look up references, and in so doing i j amount is and the victim of this .'occupy much time f.rowd the i jlast stab is the Arlington Hotel. building. Stafford-Asfnew Co. i Miss Alice Xellson, who arrived in IJ-ondon on Saturday, from Xew York, to sing in a concert at the Albert Hall, goes to Berlin, i "La Boheme." where After she will sing she re- you live out of town, write us." turns to England to spend the sura- jmer "in resting for her next season in FIRE IN A REG1NA SUBURB Regina, June two o'ckock this morning fire broke out in a store In Broker's annex, outside the city limits and before city brigade could get water connections to the scene of-the flre damage to the ex- tent of about had been done. il ;