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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALIA., T M u D A Y J "u N i i i, ioi Daily HeraM f Side 1 J LADY GOT In Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Lid., every lawful evening at ita ottM, Bound St.. Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada, W. A! 1UCHAMAN, Managing Di- aMl Editor. cription Dally, one year, delivered...... Daily, iix month, delivered, Daily, three months, delivered. Daily, one mouth, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, tbiee months, by mail "-Yeekly Herald, one year 2.00 1.06 .36 3.00 1.75 M _ L50 Addresses changed as often as de- tired; but both new and old address must be given. A alX-'KY i''HUAL OTi AV Knott and Mrs. Col. the kind of criticism that public men t! raves were my guests on the lust in Canada were daily subjected to jay of tjlat ivcent ail day and all and he made it clear that he referred session. to all men seeking office at the hands j ..jt was tjiea afternoon, of the people, including mayors, knew it was then but Ferine, June case of great in- terest to Fernie people at the Su- preme court lu-re, was that in which Miss Kate Stamp sued Jonathan Man- ning, both of Cranbrook, for 000.00 damages for alleged slander. The defendant alleged that Miss Stamp had misconducted herself with oue Harrison of Cranbrook. Miss Stamp in her evidence, emphatically denied that she had misconducted herself with Harrison. She alleged that Manning was spying upon her continually, looking through her win dows, etc. Cross examined: she was a member of the Uaptist church at Cranbrook, also a member of the choir there. She had been asked b> the choir to resign. The report did not affect her financially. Her em plover did not believe it, neither the people with whom she was staying, nor her intimate friends. She had put herself under examination by the doctor. Several witnesses were ex- amined and gave evidence of Miss Stamp coming into the C. C. S. store where Manning was a clerk. Manning in his evidence spoke of Miss Stamp frequently calling at the store and of how lie had been led to think much of her. He intended making her his wife when circumstances admitted it. CAR Just Placed in Stock Tie fattey Co, Ltd. TORY GRAFT According U Evidcnct Dr. Raid Government Men Repair Hit U BetiH [tmw I Ottawa, 'June public ac counts committee this morning heard the charge Unit yachts belonging to Dr, Held, M.P. for Grenville, were re- paired at the government yards'; at Prescott, which' was denied in "the House by Dr. Reid. J. Offspring, slaps carpenter at the yards, declared that in the winter of 1904-05, Dr. Reid's yacht "Drake" had been on the ways at the instance, he understood, of J. F. Fraser, coiu- missioner %of lights and marine de- partment. In the spring the Drake was repaired by government- employ- ees, two of whom were paid by Mr. Noble, assistant commissioner of lighU. On another occasion when i another of Dr. Reid's yachts needed epairs the department lent Dr. Reid he. ways but ho found all his own uon and paid their expenses. urf RAKOttlS INSURIB your BuiWiugt Lout by Prairie Fires aloo your Crofw ug- aiuit Damage by Hail FftOFESSlONAL CA1DS MADAM NORMAN' (OrchMtral ol voice production.- Visits or receives pupils, prepara- tory or ativauoed. Coaching W.S.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. attOiH dermcu and school trustees us well as !a maiter of killing time until mid- meuibers of legislature and meiu- uiglu, when the House would be f0rc- bers of parliament. to adjourn It ujust be admitted Mr. Burrc-11's statement is very true. There is far ".Miss Knott remarked that the pro too much personal abuse of seomed rather dull. I re- It is only right that public j you like to sec a little public nieii Should bs Lvejtemciit? We have .some most in- ed if those acts are considered not jt cresting performances here at times men. acts; His feelings changed when he saw her walking out with another person who bore a bad reputation in the city, and Harrison was a friend of that person. His motive in watching them was to protect Miss Stamp. He alleged that they had misconducted themselves on several occasions. They jury return- ed a verdict for Miss Stamp with ?1 to be in uccord with the public inter- est but to slander and abuse the men personally seems to be the favorite fair which are as distinctive as they are damages. j GET YOUR j SHOES AT GERMAN'S unique.' Miss Knott was much so I continued, 'You have made a sue i[ entertaining thousands every- sort of campaign, rather than and square criticism. Differences in politics should only j where, and it is quite in order that be due to differences in opinion on we now try to entertain you. "We j public questions. "When politics get will show you u division of the to the point where a man breaks House.' friendship with a man oi opposite' "Then with the subtle co-operation) views, it is time a halt was called. The country is loaded up with a lot of narrow, bigoted men, who think all the good is on thoir own FROM AFFLUENCE TO POVERTY First President of the C. and N. W R. R. Applies for Admission To Poorhouse Milwaukee. June J. L. Myiv, first president of the Chicago and BRYAN IS FOR CULBEPSON If He Fails to Land the Nomination For Himself Washington, -June to information received by Democrats here William J. Bryan is. so much concerned over the 'growth of senti- ment for Gov. John A. Johnson of Minnesota, if Mr...Bryan.fails to hind the nomination he wants his sup- porters to throw their strength to Senator Charles A. Culberson of Tex- as. It is not known that Mr. Bryan has passed out the tip, but the story that Culberson is his choice after himself has credence among Bryan nieu. here. FOR SALE J I I T I K Alberta Realty Co Uthbridjt Alberta tU Redpath 84. Before ta.m., 'Phone H 14. 7-8 P.M. DRt. McCLURC It tTf WART, 8ur feon DentiaU. Oifaft Houn: fta.ui. id 13 n.; 1p.m. to 5p.m. HAMILTON YOUMQ aind Biock. K.C., D.C.L.. 8. Morton B. C. L CONYBEARE 4. JONES Barriatere, BoHeitort, Kte. Office: Couybeare Block. Ltthbridf., iliiiiiiiiiiMititii ti tttiti-tutiniiitiiiii side aiid that the fellows over the fence are robbers and crooks. Get rid of the idea. There arq good, sound men in all parties. of Mr. Lavcrgne. of the Liberal party Northwesiem Railroad and worth at and a few others, seconded ably by Qne Ume Q dollarSj came today our Conservative whip, Taylor, who L Gustave prison of the Associa cried "Fake! Fake! Rake off; Bake ChariUes and appned for admission etc., which was heralded through NO GUARANTEE OF BONDS The Galgary Herald in its eager- ness to provide railway competition for that city, wants to develop a sen liment in favor of the Alberta gov- ernment guaranteeing t'he bonds of the Canadian Northern Hallway. The people will gladly welcome the entrance of the C. X. R. to Central and Southern Alberta but they are not prepared to endorse the guaran- tee their bonds. This country has had enough Q[ railroads fed with a large government spoon. The Red Deer Advocate asks the very pertinent question: "If the.people of this province are "called upon to guarantee the bonds "and the interest charges of railways out every in the Milvvaukee County Poorhouse. land as a cb-me to you, Mr. great row. we succeeded in raising a he said ordinary pauper, to ash point of order and finally a division admis3ion to your poorhouse, acid of the House. Although only a few k, suppose you wiu ask me whot members were in the secret the.unex-1 pectcd proceedings were a relief, and the members entered into the spirit of it with great enthusiasm. Songs were silng, the votes called and chal- lenged and quite an excitement work- ed .up. "Rosellc Knott looked very much concerned but enjoyed it immensely, and told me after it was all over I that she felt the awful responsibility OPIUM POPUAR WITH SMART SET of being the cause of much concern 1 to the M. P.'s. I assured her tnatjSan Francisco Women Drive Up in while it was a rare distinction to Their Automobiles to Buy brought me to these straits." He then told of Ms failure in biisi- ess, of bis losses in first one direc- tion and another, until finally he i entirely penniless. He has two daughters, both of them married to wealthy men, but neither of them rt- UM to hfe for aid. have a division of the House pulled the Stuff off for her especial it really was an act of morcy, inasmuch as it gan Francisco, Gal., June brought to a successful finish what cording to Charles B. Whilden, secre otherwise promised to become a long tary of the State Board of Pharmacy, and tedious deadlock." opium smoking, is increasing in this "what is to hinder the government J oity, and young men and women oi "owning these Then th Olili WHEAT I smart sot for a not inconsderablc, Advocate remarks, "The responsibiX (Canadian part of the growing army of smokers "ity would be very little greater. Tl-4 Wheat twenty-two inches high wasj has made twenty-six ar "Government of Ontario built a rail- "way into the Cobalt district some "years ago and now it is one, ol the "best paying assets that provinc "has." I If the provincial government can afford to consider guaranteeing of a railway it can afford to build a government road. As a matter of fact, the C.N.It, and the G.T.P. will extend through this province without government aid. They want to get the business of the populous dis- tricts in the south and will put up their own money to build the lines. reported, some days ago from South- rcsts in San Francisno, nineteen o ern Alberta. This-is from the winter wheat belt. "Rye twenty-eight inches high was also hung up outside the door of the 'Lethbridge Herald. There are said to be thousands of acres of such grain about Lethbridge. By this time that wheat will have headed out, and unless it comes to a head quickly it will be higher than a man before it stops growing. Lethbridge's First Swell Chinese and Japanese Store i Currying a complete stock of Silks and Fancy Tobaccos, Fruit Confectionery Is Now Open An invitation is given to all to visit the store and inspect our stock Our Fountain will arrive in the course of a week, when our ICE CREAM PARLOR in the rear of the store will be opened. "When we do it we do it well." whom have been white men. "That the vice of opium smoking i spreading in San Francisco is paten to any one who cares to give the mat- ter earnest says Mr. Whil- den. "In the majority of cases where druggists have been convicted for sel- ling the drug their chief source of income has boon derived from women who are able to drive up to pharma- cies in their own axitomobiles." A 20 Sections near Taber. at an acre. down, balance in 8 years at 6 per cent. J.T. McKINNEY Room 1 Whitney Biock W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, BarrisUr, Etc. Office: Southard Block. R. Q: ADOISOM To B. C. MOOtiE funoral Director and Emhalmor to Presbyterian dfrard Office Phone 102. Besideuee 1M. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitnoy E.- T. McGREGOFt REAL ESTATE BROKER Agent for Farm, and City Loans, Insurance, Collections, Rent, als and Conveyancing. List your property with me. Call at P. O. Block or Address Box 387, Lelhbridge, Alta. Chow Sam McKELVIE ff McGUIRES OLD STAND V-I-M 1111 i M i i in 11 T 1111 f i i i i i-i i liii f i 1VANTED The public and the traveiling public to know the 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 JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Street Lethbridfe, Alta. ALVIN RIPLEY ACCOUifJTING, AUDITING, COL- LECTIONS Fire, Life and Accident. Insurance Room 5 Whitney Block OUR POINT OF VIEW Ontario came pretty close to mak- ing it unanimous. J. P. Whitney is giving the Liber- als some of the medicine lie used to get in Sir Oliver Mowat's time. Itfo doubt Hon. A. O. McKay is risking "Does it pay to cater to the temperance Premier Rutherford pointed out re- cently that Alberta is giving more money io public schools than any other province-in Canada. Alfred Harmsworlh, tbft T.ondon Daily Mail, says: "I believe the pub- lic does not cure one iota about the .size of a paper. If anything a .small paper is preferred to u large one." The Premier of Alberta very effec- tively disposed of the criticism that is sometimes heard in public and ex- pressed in newspaper comment with respect to the danger of the tide of immigration stamping the nation with crime and insanity. He point- ed out that in Alberta there was less crime and that the criminal law was i better administered than in any oth- er Province in Canada, a fact which bore conclusive testimony to the mo- rale and industry of the immigrants to this province. NO LIQUOR FOR MIDDIES Auckland, N. June offi- cers of the- American fleet will be en- tertained at a state ball on August 1-ttVi. The blue jackets will have the freedom of the city which has arrang- ed daily excursions for them and which also will provide luncheon lor the men. In conformity with the sug- gestion of rear admiral Spcrry, no GORE TO UNDERGO TREATMENT A Shadow of Hone That Blind Sena- tor's Eyesight May Be Restored alcoholic liquors will bo served the entertainments of the mon. at A THREE PROPELLER VESSEL London, June Daily Ex- press states that the Cunard steamer Mauretania, irotn this time on, vrill be a three propeller vessel, her last voy- nges having proved that the turbine ran better with three than with four propellers. The of the under- signed for early closing will be held tomorrow (Friday) at 3 p.m. The overflow meet- ing will be a corker. t fflff TKFCTH June to urgent pleadings of members of his family, Thomas P. Gore, the blind! Senator from Oklahoma, has decided' to undergo treatment with a view to regaining his eyesight, which he lost thirty years ago. While Senator Gore himself is not hopeful that favor- able results will follow the treatment that has been prescribed, which may be followed by an operation, he has heeded the advice of his family. Fresh Own Make EVERY POUND GUARANTEED" FRESH EGGS DAILY MILK, CREAM, BUTTERMILK Bottled or in Bulk Delivered any where, any time in town, North included Phone 23 Dairy Produce Co. Lethbridge Lodge (U.D.) A. F. 8i A' M., R. AV Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic FTall, P. O. at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren'.'will always receive a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER, W. M. _ P. CL Box Canadian Order ot Foresters A. L. Roy CWt Ldttrife Meets iu K of P. Hall last of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J.F. ROGERS, C.R. A. KEIDIGr, F.S. Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays inK.of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAV1ES, W .P. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S HIGH WATER IN NORTH Calgary, June Harris, manager of the Circle Ranch, turned to the city yesterday evening from Glciehon. Mr. Harris left here on Saturday last to visit the ranch. J but when he "got to Gleichon he found that the high water in the Bow river had swept away the ferry boat down the river about a mile, j where it was caught and tied up to the bank. Yesterday morning the false work on the new bridge which is being built by the government was swept sway and was carried down the stream. It struck the ferry and all together went away down the riv- er. Mr. Harris will this mom- ing for High River and will drive HALL1DAY GETS THREE MONTHS Kdmonton. June the Su- preme court S. G. Halliday, who con- ducts a news stand in this city, was sentenced to three months' imprison- ment in the Mounted Police barracks at Fort Saskatchewan by Mr. Justice Stuart for defrauding the Alberta Can- adian Insurance company of a sum of money. Halliday iras agent for the Alberta Canadian Insurance company last January and was found guilty of defrauding the company of a sum of money, receiving payments on in- surance premiums which he did not turn in to the company. from there across country ranch. to the SNOW VERY DEEP Helena, June to word brought rn tonny imrrc iS snow on OM Brxldy, five miles south west of Rimni, and twenty-three miles from Helena. Three miles and a half from Himni the snow is ten feet deep DROWNING IN THE NORTH Selkirk, June steamer Pre- mier has just arrived bringing news of a drowning accident which occur- red near Warren's landing on the Gth instant by which Murdock Macdonald lost his life. PW50 P.O. Iks 28 ROCHON'S I ICE CREAM BRICKS Is just the thing for an evening like this JT1HJMS Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Seas el Englari tewfit in the ofTytUin- every first and thi'nl Timraday in the mouth ut 8 p.m. Visiting always wet Walter AppWjy, Krai T. RoMns, Sic; j W. I'rciM.tent. Box 67. LuTHBRIOGE i. C. B. P. O. NO. E. and it took four men hours to traverse distance yesterday. At one point, near Mullan Pass, ten feet of water was mnnin? over thf. road forcing the party to return to Elision and then up the Little Black- foot to McDonald's Pass. ICE CREAM StK win Frail wA CMKCoMery G. W. H. REED Successors to Had ley-Roberta Co. Phtne 211 THEY ALL AGREE 'TIS BEST FOR ME to drink Alberta's Pride if we want to hnppy. ami winn. wisdom lies in drinking only a brew- ed beer, sufficiently "lagcred" to give good red corpuscles to the blood of the imbiber. First, last and all the time drink Lethbridge beer. LETHWHWE MALTING COMPANY, Ltd Meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. PRIEST. E. R. ftecrrUry. The Kilties' are Cumin' June 25 MM UtKbrWge Nest of Owh Lethbridfe Nest o! Owls, No. 150. wiK mccta the first and third Wednesday oi each month in K. of P. G. V. STORKEY, C. ROSS TATE, President, M. PRIEST, Junior Put Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall eTevy we- and and fourth Mondays io tto month. Employers retiring certificated en- gineers, and out of employ- ment, would (to well to commvnkala W- KEVIN.-Chfel W. A. DICK8ON, Secretary. WOMEH1 CHRISTIAN TEMPERAHCC U HI O M Meet in Mcthwlist Wwlcy Chnreb evory third Friday in the month at p. m. Visitors always MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, MRS. CHA8. McCLENAGHAN, ;