Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
IEL-OSO COMPANY GETS f HE PAVING Jv, City Council Let Contract Today for System The paving contracts Tor the addi- tional paving' 'tis lie (tone tliis year were awurdcil in council llijs alter- lipbu in spito o! tlic controversy which lias been against award- ing (lie coiilracts: this year. 'The. Inl- lowing reporfwas submitted dealing with this problem (lie Works and Propcrlyi co inltlce, recommend 1. That tlic. city engineer proceed, .ivi.th the surveying in connection with ijie gravity water system, and lake toward- acquiring tlic water rights and necessary right ot 1 That, for paring lor a012 on 5th S., 7th St., 3., and 3ril Avc., S., he awarded to the J-JIoso Having Co., -for the stun ot J-lfijTlT.Tu, as per tender submitted. 3. That-, tlic contract tor the ele- vated water; tank'in the'eastern part of' North IjCVhbrfdgc be awarded to ?tllo Dcs: -Moines IJridgo 'and, Iron .Works for the sum of i (Signed) JAS. AIRD, Chairman. Paring Tenders .Tenders for; tlic much discussed pav- ing contract.? were submitted, the Kloso Paving Co. .and the Bilulithic leaving Co. being the .only compan- tendering prices. -The Elbso .coin- Viay's-price for the- whole contract was being less thnn the pvlco for the whole addition, nl work as submitted by the LJIlu- lilhic company. The greatest rednctljn in'Uhe price pec yard from those cm.-, which the original contracts were 'awarded on JJcc. 31st last were Irbm tl) 52..'18 for thn EloBO Pnving Co., and from 52.93 to by tho-Ritulithie. However, ns the Eloso paving is considered by the committee to be good hi every particular, they'; re- commended the awarding oi llio whole contract to that concern, and will commence Immediately. Stcciar Meeting to Consider Gnu The Canada Western .Natural (las, Light, Heat and Power Co. submit- ted ti report setting forth thepVarions further amendments to the gas bylaw which arc inserted at the result ol the mas.s meeting held last Friday night. Owing to the fact that the city solicitor, is absent and.has not yet taken up the proposed amend- ments, it is likely that a special meeting of the council will .he hcld.nt in early date to consider the matter, Ives acting foi'the city in Mr Ball's absence. Nat. K. Iloyd was offered 70 payment In full of, his claim, tor work done on streets last year, with- out prejudice should action be taken in future. 5 in belialt ol L. Mink- ler, asked dan-ages From the ..recent auto accident on Macleod hill, hut owing to the absence of the city.so- icitor no action was. ON THE TRAIL OF THE ROBBERS MOUNTED POLICE IN PURSUIT OF THE STIRLING POST OFFICE SUSPECTS Working ivllh Die minimum of show and the muxlnuiin of pmlonce, Uio Mounted Pollco, who for Hie past eight, i hnvc been on Hie tnill of Iho Stirling post ofllcu robbers, litive rl ready landed one of tlig be, hind the hnrs, and arc now lini-d on tho hcols o[ tho alher two men Im- plicated thaL their capture Is expect- ed nl uny moment.', Robber No. I, wna Inkcn In low by Detective Sergt. Ashe on Suhrr- driy ovpnlng at Bow Inland nnd-loUged behind the bars here No. 2 and No. 3 are loading (ho police oincers the chase of chelr Where ever tlio police go Uielr (juiirry lias just left. >lt Is bcliovod Limy are head- ing for the line, but a close fjunrd hat> been sot up :tnd II Ip hurdly thought possible thai ihoy ciui miUo their getaway by 'that mice. The names of -the three yeggs 'EDITED BY "1NO" Offlca, 1224 Jjostcssrs tomorrow Mrs. Ycbcrand nut a( untl] autumn. Miss Blanche Grim was a wCuk-cnil visitor iu Frank; Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Gordon motor- ed to Magralh-yesterday afternoon. Mr. anil Mrs. J. 11-1 Cheney liavi B Ihcir guest the lormer's mother Mrs. Laura Cheney, of Montana. Mrs. A. Soulhanl will tentertain lor her daughter, Kalhlccn, on FcU clay from fivo lo nine. Mrs. IT. Mccch li'ns returned Irom not known. bviL the poUco an es-' an extended trip lo England. Mr. collent dcEcrlpllon ot thorn. 'J'iiey and Mrs. Mccch are residing at 532 are all Americans, cnnie lo I.clhbritlije the d-ay of the robbery from Coutie, to Sliding again that evening and got away with the "awns. Every mounted police datachmeiii a-3 been notified fo watch for the men, and 1L la lilcely that tlic two still nt large will be taken in shortly. BAXTER LEAVES COUNTRY ud 'thi lost one more or "Its cltl- this morning, when the Coutts tniln pulled out of the' station at Abpard the iioiorloiia Moose Bax- ter, whose checlcered' career in Can- udii 'much to Ihe disgust of who made stren- nouB allpw.ed .re- jnaln in the, land" of' wine aiid honey. ;Baxter arrlved'lh-the city last night In. charge. of Thos. Jlngllsli ot the 1m- migraijon department and Detective Sergeant' Richardson, of Calgary. lt: a 'free transportation 'for tb'c big basaballor, who threaded tlie crowds at the station almost uii- noticed. Baxter Tvaa -taken to Coutts where he was given strict Injunction's that his return to Canada would lend to serious trouble with the authorities .as, In case ha re turns, ho, will be charged with being unlawfully In Canada. It Is understood that tic ban his builueis affalrs.-in Calgary all straightened up, >and AJrs. Baiter "Is pow 'In Bntte, .where Moose will take iip Ills residence for a.time.. White Swan Yeast Cakea can always be' depended-upon "to'make good light, wholesome bread. Ai'lc yojir- grocer for a 5c package con- taining six calfcs, or send'for Free sam- ple. While Swan Spices Cereals Limited, Toronto. Ont." v WERE CAUGHT IN A CAVE IN Fifteenth St., ,S. Mr.. K. A. Cunningham returned from Winnipeg yesterday and left tor Cclgary. lasd niglifc. Miss Judith Hatch is entertaining for the summer, Miss DOIHL.I McCall, of Missoiila, Mont.. Miss Bawiicn, Fourth Avc., will cntcrLain her Sunday school class and- -jjrivatc school scholars on Saturday from five lo nine. SLAVS WERE SUFFERING COUPLE OF FRACTURED RIBS Two Slavs were buried in a cave-in UUcsts witl] and-'HrS' G" F' yesterday afternoon between Tour anil Ior a sllort tinlc- flve o'clock which occurred on 12th Street C., North Ward, v.-horo sewer pipes are being laid. Without loss of time willing hands set to work .'anil eventually succeeded rescuing; the entombed men by which time the SOT vices of the firemen of No. 2, fire hall were requisitioned for the render ing of first aid io the injured- ..The men were taken to the hospital wlitre tvaa found QUG had two rLb-a broken The other man left .the hospital to- day but his Injured-companion will be confined there..for -sometime. Mr. and'Mrs. David Landers and daughter F-lorlda, are house Miss Sadie McGregor, of Calgary, JjJ- arrives" tomorrow for the Cununing- McLachlan wedding ruid will he a house guest '-wil-h Mrs. Neil McLach- lan. Mrs. A. C. D. Blanchard will ho hostess q[ an Informal Httle house SOLDIERS LEFT FOR CALGARY ,f PROFITABLE SOAPj, Sunlight Soap is made for the profit, for only therety can the makers hope to profit by Sunlight Soap. It is made so well and so purely that none other can equil it for the Washing of Clothes, the Saving of Time, the Lightening of Labour. Guarantee of Purity recta upon every 5c. Bar, The LEVER on fa a of Purity ExcdUtnctt 33 SPECiAL TRAIN TOOK THE BAT- TERY TO ANNUAL CAMP AT NORTHERN CITY -i Promptly at.-ten o'clock this ing the special' train of ten.' .cars, .five- es, two baggage cars and two flat cars for gun carriages and equipment left the depot.here, carrying the 25th UaUcry, C. F., A., and the Cardston squadron, 23rd Alberta to ihe annual training Calgary.. Tlie Battery was in chaigc of Major :Stcwarh, 0- C., and the 'Cardston squadron in charge of Major Hugh Ilrown. v: The 25th carried for the lirst ,tilric in its history n lull ql men, 108 olficcrs, non-commissipnort. ofTiccrs and men Jbeing attached to'the unit. The omcers .in charge Major StcAvart, officer comV manding -j Capt. Rinley, Licuts. Mew.- burn and Rose, and Scrgt.-Major''feil- Hkpr. Licut.-Veterinary Watson ar> companied.thc Battery to take.charge', of th'c horses. The Battery will return on Satui> day, June 20th. i NEW CAFETERIA TO BE STARTED Lethbridte Is going: to. he right up to date tt'lth the centres. A fine, modern cafeteria will bo insialied in tho basement of the' new Dominion building oil 4th Avenue and will, it Is ready, for- service aboii't the beginning of Aug- ust. The new cafeteria will be cap-, able of feeding several hundred per: sons. diinco on Thursday evening in cour tt'sy'.lo' licr'sistc'r, Miss o Toronto. Dr'.-.Vclich, ol .Port who lias been a sucsl wil1' w- and Mrs. Mnrra since .Saturday leave (or home Ibmbrrov. Dr. Vcitch delighted .the west. .T Jlr. W. Stewart, pi the .Bank o .Montreal, Quebec, ha: licen Iriinslerrcil.lo tlic local brand lo succeed Mr. Lunisdcn, who recent ly resigned. Miss Mildred Skcad will arrive from Calgary tomorrow (or the Cum- ming-McLachlan nuptials and while in the city with Miss House. will be. s Downer, house gues Westminster Kelson, 730 Ninth St., wil receive on .Thursday' afternoon (or (he time since coming to Lcth jridgc, when Mrs. E. A. Cunningham will receive, with., the hostess. Owing to the absence o( Mrs. T. P. Perry, who was to have addressed the Wesley Epworth League last evening, address was delivered by the Rev. Ur. Fairwcather. Blr. Fairwealhcr spoke on missions, and his address was-both inspiring and instructive. The marriage was quietly solemniz- ed in Calga'ry.list week o( Miss Ella Smjthson, eldest daughter of Mr. Mrs. H. C. -Smithson, of Van- couver, B C.J .to Mr. Frank Lock- wood, of Letlibridgc. Mr., and Mrs. Lockwootl will reside in [Calgary and Vancouver papers please, WESTERN FREIGHT DELAY .RAILWAY NOT LIKE LY TO NT, UN' -H TjL MIDWINTEIR June there (judgment (.by" the be Board- in the- Weitern- freight rate case before inildwinler was made evl dent .this. the Board decided give the xrall way Brunt .October to preptre their; defence; Ii order that proceedings: will not be a a standstill, however, it wjug decitlat that1, when, the Board -goes -.West ji July it will hear any specific com plaints which the people of the Weal may have to put in. ACCUSED IN DARROWCA3E Job Harrlman, late candidate, for of Lot Angelet on ioclal- lit ticket, now being procacuted In Lea Angeles for allcaod Jury bribing, heard himself accupad of being .the man who provided Mr. with the alleged bribe monvy. Later he heard the iame witneet, Bert H. Franklin, .teilifylng for the State, quote Mr. Darrow laying to "If you mention my name want you also to mention what you about Job Harrlman. The Understudy of the Sun to an efficient econ- omical heating apparatus that soon sarea enough to pay for its initial cent McClary's "Sunshine" Furnace HEAD OF THE NEW UNIVERSITY DR. BRAITHWAITE OF CALGARY ADDRESSED HIGH SCHOOL CLASSES'TODAY; Dr. E. E. Braithwalte, Tfbo has been selected as .principal of the. Calgary UnlversUy, was. in the city today, and this morning add-reastd the ean- ipr claeBea of the lilgb school, deal in with. and referrin to the'projected'JDBtitutlon of learn Inp at Calgary. Speaking to a Herald mail, Dr BriUhwait-ii said tbat he IB makln] arrangements to start classes th] fall In e 'building yet to be selected Aa Is generally known the Treglilu site has been accepted for the unl veTBJty, comprising a quarter aectio: 550 above the city, and command lug a magnificent view of the city nnd EUiToun-dlng counlry, Including of course, tha maj-astlc Rockies. Dr. who has been con nected wltli univeraltlei on 'both nldei of tbo liiie, regards It as a site 110 eurpaeeed on the continent for beaut3'- T. H. Mawson, the celebrated Eng Ifih landscape gardener, has been engaged to lay out the an( It Is hoped to mike a itart on the buildings this .coming fall, ao BB to have the central building ready occupation hi a year's time. Tho university will start with faculty ot fire or Blj ot the "best men It IB possible .to secure, and the scope of the work will develop wllli the uni- versity. Arts wfll be the prominent work of the first year, and, while it in only Intended to up a-nd second year work, already several ap- plications have been received for 'ourth year course.. Dr. Bra.thwaltft ontlmiaUc as to the future of the unlverglty, which nlready haa ftn which vould 'muk-a many older schooli en- vious. Dr. BrallhwaltB la a man of charming personality, a sure to contribute- generoualy to the devel- opment of character the turning out of graduates who will lake a pro- minent place tn citizenship ,he country. CAPTAIN A. H, ROSTRON Of the Carpatnla, Who racehtly honored for Ma work in connection with the rescue of the Tltanlc'i tur- rtvore INSERTS EYE IN HIS HEAD Remarkable Operation Reitorti Sight to Man Who Has Lost Hie Eyei tor. 7 yearg, his caao given up an hopcleas by pbyaiclang and surgeone, Owen Harris, a niacnlnlet. In at tHe Medico- Chlrugicftj 'hospital today 'with his sight restored by one of the most dar- ing operations ever thf, tlBsueB front the eye ol another map ajid grafting them on 'the eye Httrrli 'loat'.the flight ol both eyer In a "flare back" from the furnace In the' shop In which ho was working. Dr. L. T. Webster Fox, eye sneclal- Ifcl of tho'hospital, believed thore was aonie hope for him. Hudson's Bay Co. Cooling Drinks and Food For The Hot Weather For the Hot Weather Lunch OX TONOUE IN GLASS LUNCH TONGUES I Ib. llni........ LUNCH TONGUES Ib. tint VEAL LOAF Medium..... BONELESS CHICK- EN, 1-2 Ib........ 45c 30c aoc 45c PIG'S FEET IN GLASS SLICED BEEF IN GLASS SLICED BEEF IN TINS CHNCKEN LOAF IN TINS CORNED BEEF HASH ROAST BEEF I 35c 35c 20c 25c 15c 30c All [hi above bur the fimoui Llbby Trade Mirk, the Mil ef excel, lence. Clark's Corned 1 Ib Clark'e Corned Beef 2 Ibe for 45c Fray Benton'e Corn Beef, 1 Ib Frey Benton'e Corn Beet, 2 !b Llbby'e Pineapple, 'Sliced Llbbye Pineapple Grated...... Qoodwllllei1 Pre- servee Delicious Canned Fruit 25c 25c 36C 2 tint for Raipberriep 2 tlni for Pain 2 tjni '2 for 45c 45c 45c 45c Piquant Sauces That Are Great Lea A.Perrlnf 1-2 Hudion'i Biy Spec- ial 65c 35c 25c izers PAN VAN PUNCH SAUCE Girton'a H P Celebrated 25c 30c 25c Cereals Are Ideal for the Hot Weather Breakfast CORN FLAKES Per'packet MALTA VITA Per packet GRAPE NUTS .Per, packet FORCE Per pjcket lOc 15c Ml 15c -PUFFED RICE P.tr packet PUFFED WHEAT Per packet ORANGE MEAT Per packet CREAM Qf WHEAT Per, packet 12: 12 15c 25c Huntley Palmer Biscuits Open til Algerli..............30c tli Brizll.............. '58c. ft Chocolate 25c tfa Cinderella-'. It Colonial 20c Ib Albert. Boudlor Cafe Nolr Cambridge Qerman> Rulki Nureery Rhymee 30e tli 45o. 30c Ib..' 35c IV 45c tb 30e Ni 30c tb And the Celebrited Nureery Bliculte for Bablei it 40c per pound Refreshing Hot Weather Drinks 75c 75c DHEWRY8 ALE Per dozen CANTRELL COCHRANE'S ALE Per dozen THE BREW Per dozen UNFEHMENTED PORT Per bottle UNFERMENTED GRAPE Per bottle PHONE FOR FOOD 313 1________________________ PHONE FOR 613 [illiil wIUi an eye sq, badly Injured :hnt It had tp be Harris Gumnioned. .He .Tfli on he 'operating table1. Tie eye wa> .aken from Injured man, the eye tail wiji atrlpped of the'' desired Us flues and these were placed 'over the ightleBS orbs of Karrla.. Hnrris WRS [ept In a dirk rooni for cletl rtayi. Then bahdagV m' could ace a.MUle. removed 'and for For hogs the following mlitnrn mike excellent spring piature: OiU, rape and Cnnndu field oitU, and vetch; oats, rape and'clorvr. HOT WEATHER TROU BLES OF HAIR AND SCALP VANISH WITH USE OF HERFICIDE, Beginning now It Is Imperative Hi at vo arrange ami carry out a.complete ilan o[ scnlp cleanlinesa. Tliia can not ie done effectually without Jorplcldc. Herplclde destroys the tiny vege- able growth the scalp ihnt catiiea .flndniff, Uclilns iciilp railing hiJr and baldness. Once Lhls microblc nemy of tlie hair la destroyed and ept out of the Bcalp, the hfllr Is bound 'grow as nature i'nlendfld. During the Bummer monllis Ibe per- pirn Lion tlial exudes In Increasedi unntltleB carries out poisonous nnd cruse matter that would otherwise log up the pores of the ecaln. lucom- tele elimination of this waste pro-1 uccs a hot and feverish condition or, glands knoivn an prickly j Wtien a patltnl came to the hoe- for which flcrplclde fives Imme- diate relief. Herplcide itopa Itching of .the scalp fllmosl Instantly There Is a'sense of coo'neii and, cleanliness accompanying the UH cf Newbro'a Herplclde whlcH Js very pleasnnt and gratifying. fs a delight. Jt not already acquainted Tvith merits of this moat popular of all haltf dressings, send 10 cents In postage or silver for a trial booklet on (he care, of Ad- sB The Hcrplclda. 6. Detroit, Michigan. Herplcldo sold everywhere; 'Mt- IsfactJon guaranteed or, money refund- ed. Two BlzeG, AppHcRtlonE obUlned at ;r nhopa and haJr J. D. Hlglnbothtm ft Co, Special Agenta.