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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta lETHBAIOQk; ALBERTA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1909. Daily Herald Established December, 1907 Published by ihe Daily Herald Print- ing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at its office, Kouud St., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six mouths, delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, une year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail 'Daily, three months, by mail Addresses changed as often Collars In X Sizes Made in suit the ex- acting, in ;i liiiiilily Uiat resists wear. BOULEVARD Height. back anJ 2 in. front. j 2.00 j 1.00! .35 o.OOi 1.75 .85 de-i sired, but both new and dresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in fight! pages, and contains a summary of! the world's news of the3 we-'k, focal; and foreign. i One year, in advance Six months, in advance .......75' Three months, in advance........50; THE DAILY HERALD i is on sale at the foll-wing places: Saixe, J. G. Robertson Co., J. D. Higinbotham Co.. i J. J. Johnston. I Co.. R. Ham-! ilton. Pincher J. Mitch.-11. D. L. McCrea. Br--s. L. Eversfi.-ld. Druggist. J. Siai'ford. Femie, B. E. Suddaby. Cranbrook, Atchiscn. i L. Reineckt'. j Grassy Tueham. Bow F. Worts. Mode In Quarter Slios. By the most rl workman- ship. siuijn.! J.-ui.If stiichLtl for strvriffih am! K-HK Castle BranJ. ;i lor MJC. El'n ISranJ. L'Jor-iV. library open every daj of the week, Sunday.-; included. Just think of tiie men in tiie of ZoriM dtiin.u: >ueh a thirh: on the Sabhaih. Th.- truth London Spectat-T spoke a plain when it that tho-e wlio C'-ntrol the {.'reign policy of the Unit- ed- States isave MO anxieties so l'-ng as Great Britain retain? control of ?ea; but were slie to lose it those Anxieties would bocorii'- irn-at and prr.ssiiiL'. Ex. COURTHOUSE FACTS MORE USELESS OPPOSITION Tiie Conservative party are display- ing their usual lack of a easo in thvir "pposition to Mackenzie King, who having been appointed minister of la- b-'T. goes back to his consmueney for reelection. One of the arguments used against him is that he is TOO young for the position, being only thirty-four years of age. It is not 1 ng since the Tory party were asking for tile retirement of Hon. -Win. Pater- son, Sir Richard Canwrighl and other cabinet ministers because they w.-re i'.'-.' old. There is a limit in all cases of course, but anyone looking at ;he. matter fairly must acknowledge that the latter are young enough to serve i the country with acceptance and that' Mackenzie King, with his experience; and training is old enough to fill the j position, much better than other men! twice age who have had his I training and experience in matters! pertaining to labor. The laboring men who after all are mainly concerned' in the appointment, have no objec- tion to Mr. King's appointment but on the other hand are heartily corn- mending it. If the workingmen and the. employers of labor satisfied i About three carloads "f cenu-n: will lie use-I in the construction of the foundation of tiie foundation.'; of the Mrw court house. The cement ar--1 rxpi-cieu to be compi.-te i about the end of tins week unl.-ss i laved by want oi cement. J. Chalmers, of of Public wa.- in the city wrek and the contracts for the >iipvr- i structure will pp-b.ibly be let in The j ni'ur future. plan.-- show a very imposing building with an entrance Hank'-d by two stone abQut twenty-five feel high and the roof surmounted by a ilag polo. It will be a two-stoivy building with a bas.-nient and attic. There will be accomnr elation ?uch as needed for a court .-UK! two cells have been provided for pri.v Ti- ers while awaiting trial at the sittings of the coiirr. Tho building will have stone base- ment and red pressed brick walls with stone trimmings. The size of the building is roughly about 75 ft. by 85 ft. and the solid structure may be judged by the. bruad solid cement foun- dations being built. PARTICULARS OF SUNDAY'S DROWNING ACCIDENT Further particulars have been re- ceived regarding the drowning acci- d.'iit last Sunday when Miko I'ultun- narchuk and John Coselak lost their I lives in (lie treacherous Belly river. j The two men had been fishing in the j river near an island near the pump house of No. C shaft and about live miles down stivam from the big bridge. Tlie channel between the island and the shore was smooth wi.'ter and at one place was easily forded for the water was only deep enough to take j a man to his waist. The two men.1 Valamiiiirchuk and Coselak were fish i ine while their companions Lazaruk and a were watohinng fri'in bank. Tils' two fishers wished to cross vt'r to tlif island and started in to ford across at the poinnt rather than go up j .-tream to the shallow ford. The spec- tators warned them to cross but they replied that couW swim and waded into the water dressed as they w.-re in their heavy miners' clotliing and boots. Coselak went right out of sight in some deep but Pal- amnarehuk came up and yelled f--r! help. None of ihe c-'inpanions _ on! shore couid swim and no help could i iriven until too late. is piemy of quicksand even i along tiie shore out of the water and j besides there are treacherous under-! currents so it was certainly a very j foolhardy thing to do to attempt to i One car on Track Prince Edward island i Maclntyre Potatoes The MET Co. Vkstali ind Refill Phone 35 IETMHI06E at that point. j i.-te engineer at G mine was no-1 titled and he at once phoned the R. j X. M. P. Constable McBniynej and other members of the R. X. P. at once for the scene of the! accident after procurinng the grapp-1 ling irons and proceeded to dras the! river for the d for five on Sun-! JAPANESE BANKER REFUSED ADMITTANCE with the appointment it is not the! place 61 the Conservative party m-ai- .agers for party reasons to oppose, him and thereby bring the administration of the department within the realm United States Authorities To Make Serious Charges Against Him Vancouver. B. C., June Ja- panese banker named Harde. worth A LIVE Hon. George P. Graham, Minister I allied that Harade of party politics where it has no rieht] sevoral n mid red thousand dollars and to be.. 'for fifteen years resident of Seattle, was stopped today when departing Empress of India by Unit- States immigration officers. It is ai i v i j. i 1> of Railways and Canals, shows his j financially inn certain establishments ability in that position in more ways! obiectionuble in the view of the Unit- They dra day afternoon and kept it up again on Monday morning. Special efforts were made near the point where La- zaruk saw the men go down. One man while assisting in the search swam across the channel and I was nearly drowned himself. On Smi- day the people offered Mr. i The.'-doravitch if he would find the bodies. Ho striped and holding a short rope to which was attached a i grappling iron, he spent, a long time in ihe cold water .swimming and j diving for the bodies but in vain. i A raft was built as no b could i j be procured and a thorough search j j was made at all likely spots. j j People living down stream are. ask-j 1 ed to keep a sharp lookout for the j bodies. i The deceased were both Russians i who had been working at No. 3 mine j for a long time and only recently mov- i j ed to X'-. 6 mine. j John Coselak, agecLSS. leaves a wife and five children in Russia. Mike i Pulamnarchuk, aged 32, leaves a wife i and four children, now residing at 6. Mike ws a steady _hard-work- iny man and the bereaved widow, I For Sale or Rent NEW I 6-roomed Cottage ON COUTTS STREET Easy terms Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. Money To Loan J. I. EAKIN CO. P. 0. Bitck Flute 383 The Alexandra Cafe Leads Them All nottliug is too good for its many patrons, nothing but the most advanced equip- ment to improve the ser- vice for their comfort. With the latest improved electric -Tea and Coffee Urns and five electric cool- ing fans already installed this month, and ..the best the market affords on our table at the lowest possible cost to all. l We don't in- tend to lag in. our efforts to make The Alexandra Cafe the Mecca and pride of the people of Leth- bridge and their friends. N. H. MURRAY, Prop. FOR Horses and Hay In any iju.-.utily at J. F. Rodgers Sale Wood Street, L-jthbrkke Coal, Ice and J DRAYING I Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral ONE: PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Phyeician Surgeon. Accoucher. HotirH- Rofor, y a.m.. 2-3; 7.3 p.m. Office 914 Red. Path St. Pboue 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANt -Redputh Street. u.ua., 2.3. 7-8. DR. A. McNALLY- Stuffuni Block. 12, 1.3. 7-8.30. {'1 277. -Oflicte aud rooj.ja Office Hours--! one night and dai DR. 3 to "ight. J. E. LOVERlNG-Pbyaiciau Accoucner, Hours-Till y a.m., n to 1 to 8. Phone, day aoo 342. b afford tar. Nose and Threat Block, Lfithbridge. Alta 7-8 p.m. a.m.. 2-5 p.m. BIG CONTRACT TO BE AWARDED Million Dollar Works River at Mission Ottawa, Ont., June contract will be awarded in a few days for the largest work to be undertaken by the public department thi? year, the c >n- .siruction of the terminal basinn for the Grand Trunk Pacific at Mission River near Forr William. There are several bids and they are noW'before the cabinet. The estimate cost of the work to be done this year is around and involves a great deal of dredging. The work when completed will cost over Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up Reserve D. R. WILKIE President. HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice_Pres. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts, Deposits of and upwards leceived and inter- est allowed at current rate from date of deposit. Lethbridge Branch, W. R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Routrd St., beside Beutley's Store. JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Box 432 Near Steam Laundry 409 Automobiles. Gasoline Engines, Sieam Ploughs and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction smarariteed UNDERTAKING Largest and best stock in the city. Paper Hanging, Paint- ing Etc. 1 WELLINGTON Bros. 4? Cor. Cutbill and Couri- 2 land. Box 644. d Stfitt-s officials. He has latt-ly been a trip to Japan and officials declare than one. A short time ago there was a break in the canal ai Cornwall and the minister took the first train to the j that if the charges are pr-verl against scene of the accident. Last week him he ill be canal Graham when the damaged, scene as himself th and IK-SS was seriously was on the 'on as possible to see for extent of tho damage done ri-ijuired to keep busi- He is not merelv an who has little nvney heartbroken.. left, is nearly NO GUBERNOTORIAL HONORS FOR SLOAN ufluv minister but gets out around to look after the affairs of his depart- ment. Report of statistical Cbrninittee of Saskatchewan Methodist conference shows total rhut'-h rneinhershif) 309 an increase of over that of last vear. Vnncouver, B. C., June Sloan, a former M. P. says is not a candidate for the governorship in succession to "Mr. Dunsmuir. It is understood that he will be made one oi three new senators to be appointed at the next session from British Columbia.. GOOD PROSPECTS The reports from all owr the pro- vince indicate that tho crops of Al- berta will be fully up to.the of previous years. Although the sea- son was late yet the weather lias been such as to make the growth verv rapid. The backward spring has pro- bably prevented a very large increase in i-crcage but with average condi- tions from now until harvest the to- ul poiiuct should be somewhat larger than that Of last year. The different kinds of seasons that have come in the past two or three years are giving the agricultural students ample basis! for investigation as to the best man- ner of farming in this province. TWIN CITIES OR ONE CITY It looks as though Edmonton and Strsthcnna wore to be joined togeUver by a high-level bridge. The C. P. R, and tho city counncil of Edmonton have come to an agreement and al- though the agreement has to be .sub- mitted to the people it is hardly like- ly tliat they will vote clown the osition. The bridge will mean a great deal to the twin cities and will be the means of building more closely together the interests of the two cities. Already there has b.-en considerable) discussion of a union of the two cities! find it. is to bo expected that the join- ing of tho cities in a business way will aid very m.'iterially in the move- ment for the joining of the munici-i palitios. There are many arguments j both for against, such a union es-j pecially from the standpoint of the i smaller city. To the outsider the pro-; position to unite the citios on an j equitable basis looks like u good one. I SPECIAL CUT ON SUMMER FOOTWEAR Girls' White Canvas Oxfords, Spring Heel. Sizes 3 to pair Misses' White Canvas Oxfords. Sizes 11 to 2 ............................per pair Ladies White Canvas Oxfords, Sizes to 7............................ per pair Men's White Canvas Oxfords, Sizes 6 to 11. pair Men's White Canvas Shoes. Bhicher Cut, Sizes 5 to 11..... ............per pair Child's Sandalls. Sizes 4 to 7........per pair .75 Girls' Misses' 8 to 10.per pair to 11 to 1.......per pair 50 Men's, Ladies' and Children's Tennis Shces, Tan Shoes, etc., in great variety at reasonable prices HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY British Columbia Fruit Lands of personally situated on selected land The Arrow Lakes The only district that does not require irrigation Perfect climate Good fishing and boating Beautiful .scenery Good transportation Rich soil Big crops Immense profits No better investment, or way to make a home Let us talk it over with you The Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, Agent Whitney Block Lethbridge OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING WESTERN STATIONERY CO., LTD. Legal Forms School Supplies Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Koyal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled B. C Ml Crabb and night. en day 0. Box 49 re hall Phone MUSIC MADAM aruste. organ and voice turn. Visits or receives preparatory or advanced. C for "xaius. Howard HOUPS, Street. Pi- produc pupiJa Crabb ALBERT ELY-Pupil oi M.A., Singing ano Voice Culture. Pupil of Cha8 Hancock, Esq., F.R.C.O., L 1TA M Organ and Theory. Voice culture Pipe organ, piauo> harmony and theory, S0ug singiug. Open for COD- certs, banquets, recitaK etc. Terms on application. Bos K90 Letn Bridge, Alta. nH 1 -v1 of Carl of Berlin G- many High Clags s fc h apecmlty. Open for FecitaS Taa concerts, etc. For terms ap y Royal Collieries, LetbbpidgV" L- Barristers i -NOuanes. Mc-iiey tu loan. W. C. S. J. tihepnerd. F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C., D C L barrister. Solicitor, OttJce' touybeare Block, Lrthbridge. Al' ucrtu. LODGE PRIDE No. 293, ALBERTA. Sons of England Benefit Societ) Meets in ihe every first and the month at particulars apply W. J. Wade, W. President. Oddfedllows' third Wednesday d p.m. For full Fred T. Kobiu- Sec.. Box 57. letkbridge Jerie No. A- J- ,1 tord MACDOUGALL- 14 Staf- SURVEYING HAMILTON "YOUNG-- and Surveyors. Uo..m 4. Block. ARCHhECTS AND CONTRACTORS F. B. ROLFSON-Arcbiiect. Room tf Whitaey Block. JAS. A. Macdonald Block, Kedputh Stre. Alta. Meets Is and 3n M o n d ay? in K. of P Hall at o'clock. V'isitiiiL1 Drethren are cordially invited. J. ASHCROFT, W.P. 24-ly QUS .NE1DIG, W.S. OUR POINT OF VIEW The editor of the Woodstock (Ont.) Sentinel-Review took away the breath from his colleagues on the Public Li- bary Board by giving notice of mo- tion to keep the reading room of the ANNOUNCEMENT Will make its bow the Public in a few days with a complete line of DRTJQS and STATIONERY. J. H. McCROSTIE, Phm. B. Manager The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots North of tke Riilrori ail West of Westiiisttrltil. FROM jO 9 EACH TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum IfrifitlM Ci, (M lethRrilp, llti. A.F. fit A.'M., G.R.A. Lethbridg Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will ai. -ways receive a hearty welcome. A. C: Messer, W.M. G. 7. Storkey. Secretary. P. O. Box 537. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13539. Meets in the Oddfellows Hall ever? second and fourth Wednesday of the month. Visiting neighbors Al- ways receive a hearty'welcome. Coun- cillor, C. L. Griffith; Banker, W. A. Dickson; Clerk. N. Dowgntt W M DQDD-Architect, Calgary et. .Specialist in Fireproof- ing, sanction, heating and ventila. Carver, M.B.A.A r, i V Etc" -Manage? Lethbriage Office. Bryan Block. and build.. at: Bos 730. Letb- i cheerfully given, and alterations executed tne shortest notice bridge, Alta. E GEORGE-Eleelrical engineer and contractor. Lighting and pow er installations. Pland and specifi- cations. Office McKeown'a Hard ware. Phoae 302. -M BEATON-Contractor and builder Estimates free. Repairing and alterations- a specialty Tern- JOHN Joiner, jobbing work and al- terations; pianoforte tuning, or- gans repaired; glass signs or metal- lic letters, silver and gold; sole agent for the genuine steroscopic views and steriscopes. "Life of in colors. "Courtship to and 20 other series. 25 views, per 100. G. C. Toronto) Bnildcr and contractor. Estimates promptly- furnished on all kinds of prices and satisfaction guaranteed. Apply to Room 7, Olivor Block. 141-6 MISS nurse, will open a private maternity hos- pital on Wallwork St., noar the El- lison July 1, 1900. Phono 269. J. H. Architectural Drafts- man and contractor. Sstimatea cueenully given. If you want to see our new ideas in construction, let us show you. They won't cost you anythinir. Arlrirwss Lethbridge P WILLIAM and con- tractor, is prepared to give esti- mates free of cost on all kinds of work in the building trade, includ- ing, repairs, alterations, Box 512 Lethbridge. A. RON and build- er. Estimates furnished free. Office- 315 Wood St. 122-26; MISCELLANEOUS ERNEST LAMBRECHT Christian Scientist. Service every Sunday eleven a.m. above the Herald of- fice. 05-8 CAMPBELL BROS. ers and Decorators.Paper hanging- and specialties on pictures of art. Orders taken any time. Kedpath second west, of American tauraat. ;