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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHINIDOI, ALilUTA, MONDAY, JUNI 11, IIM. SUNUOHT AN EXPERIENCED HOUSEWIFE that Sunlight Soap means a wonderful saving of time and labour in house- cleaning. Whether with hot or cold water, nothing gets the dirt off so quickly and without injury as Sunlight Soap. Use it the Sunlight way. Follow the directions. Lover Bros., Toronto, will send you free, a cake of their famous Plantol Toilet Soap, if you mention this pa- per. BURNED IN OVEN Chicago, June oven as a safe deposit vault proved a failure for Miss Minnie E. Behrendi and her sister Mary. 6714 Green Street, and had it not been" for the keen eye of one of TJnclel Sam's employees it might have bfen a most expensive breakfast that the two women sat down to a few days ago Their fears were dispelled however, when they learned that the amounf wouldl be returned to them. The two women always have kept their savings at home, preferring to trust to their own ingenuity to foil burglars than to the banks. About ten days ago their savings, was placed in the oven of the stove, and the following morning a fire was light ed. When the money was thought of and the oven opened it was found that the bills had been reduced to a crisp. The ashes were sent to the treasury department at Washington and there the expert decided that the amount named by the senders, was cor- rect, and payment will be made in new bills within a short time. DEATH DUE TO ACCIDENT Vtrdict Renderco by the Corontr's Jury at Frank (Special to the .Herald.) Frank, June Pinkney held an inquest at the Police Bar- racks lust night on the body of Thos. Parker ICidd, who was killed in the Frank mine on the IGih inst. The jurymen were Farmer Geo. Pattcson, A. Chat field, T. F. Miller, W. Rigley and D. A. McLean. Five witnesses were examined. All corroborated each other's evidence that while riding on the cars in the mint- he got hit on the side while passing a ciiute. The blow caused his SON AND BROTHER VISIT MURDERER BARRETT Relatives of Condemned Man Up From Tht Take Plate At Fort Saskatchewan Instead of the Penitentiary. Edmonton, June condemn- ed murderer Gary R. Barrett who is under sentence to be hanged on July 14 next, is reported to be little dis- turbed by the sentence that hangs over him. He eats and sleeps regularly and spends considerable time in reading the Bible during the Boils and Pimples An wtiMi? fcy blood btiif te an Madltioa, quiofcwt vmj to rid of thm U to bottlM of BontBnk Blood BitUrs. TUf pvnly moMdj eund of OMM of painful tratbUt duiof tU pat tiurty FARMER MINES VERY INDIFFERENT death in forty minutes. He was lifted i day. Up to the present he lies ex into an empty car e mine. and taken out of j pressed no remorse for his t! d but ever contends that he has been The jury returned a verdict in half an hour that death was by an accident and no one was to blame. BISHOP DRIVEN OUT OF ULYSSES, NEB. Tw0 Priests Shared Similar Fate as Result of Long-standing Bon- acum-Murphy Feud Ulysses, Nob., June mob last night drove Catholic Bishop Bonacum of Lincoln, and two priests out of town and threatened them with vio- ence. The acti-on of the mob is" the outcome of the long-standing Bona- oum-Murphy feud. the victim of persecutU-n ill- for years. Yesterday afternoon a son and ?i brother of the man'airiv Jed in the city and this ja visit to the penitentiary. Th" meet in" was a cool one and there was lit tie emotion shown by the visitors who have expressed a determination to stay in the city till the end if the condemned man s0 wishes. The son who is about 35 years of age with a wife and six children and the bro- ther ooth come from Butte, Montana, and are deeply moved by the terrible case with which they have become connected. Barrett was formerly a Roman Ca- tholic, but after he identified himself with Mormonism he renounced the The trouble last night had its ori (Catholic religion. He now receives gin in the long church feud b-.v-en visits from the Presbyterian acting Bishop Bonacum :md Rev. Wm. -Mur- chaplain, Rev. Mr. and the priest Demers, but, with the exct p- tion of reading the Bible, shows no remorse for his terrible deeds. )hy, for several years priest in rol of the parishes at Ulysses and leward. Bishop Bonacum excom- municated Father Murphy and was ustained at Rome. The Bishop recent y got a ruling in the civil courts listing Father Murphy from the pa- ish property. majority of the parishioners 4. ionj. Out, "Last tammer I nioetMQ on my Mck and back. I was off work for over two wtaks. I took thing I could think of bat to no 1 of Burdock Blood BitUrs and before I had und half the bottle the boUi were gone. I took tbo> rest of i sod I not had a boil do i FIMPIJU. 4- wi Mrs. W. J. Cran- don, Bt Out troubled with, pimplea on my for a of years and tried s> food of patent medicine, but they not of much DM. Finally I used four of Bcrdock Blood and am BOW ound." For by all T. Mflbara Limited, Toronto, ENLISTED AID OF CITY COUNCILMEN Seattle, June with all the eloquence of her sex for a woman on the police force, who shall be a special police officer with all the pow- ers of a patrolman and detective, but whose special duty shall be the pro- .ection of friendless girls and women. Miss May Walker, general secretary if the Young Women's Christian As- L. 1J 1U.JJJ.I i I UA -J I _ hr.ughout the long controversy h.ivejtiary is said to be without a preced- tood with the priest, the trustees atjent in Canada, and the matter will ipward at different times refusing to be taken up with Hon, Chas. Murphy .ccept priests sent by the Bishop to _ I 11C J- VJO.H_.Ai a V-LCI 4-1 Warden McCauley is naturally ad- 3ociationj appeared before what was verse to having the hanging take begn meeting o{ place at the penitentiary and is en- financft and police committees of the deavoring io have it transierred to the R. N. W. M. P. Barracks at Fort Sas- katchewan. A hanging in a peniten- ccupy the church. The storm broke ast night when Bishop Bonacum acting minister of justice, and G. W. Dawson, inspector of penitentiaries, upon their visit to the city next week CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Excursion Rates SEATTLE To New Westminister, Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle. LIMIT 60 DAYS Tickets on sale daily, May 29th to Sept. 30th. Stopover Privileges. For further particulars apply to S. B. MITCHELL. Agent. Lethbridge J. E. PROCTOR, D. P." A., Calgary Clot- V A m ame to install Fathers O'Brien and In the meantime Sheriff Rooertson. Cline at Ulysses and Seward respec-'to whom the duty or the execution de- ively. Late last night word came i volves, is negotiating with Rauchffe, hat "Bishop Bonacum and the two j the official hangman, t0 secure his ser take vices. Radcliffe' was in Edmonton be- priests engaged a fanner to them to David City in a wagon. AUSTRALIAN GOES TO DEFENCE CONFERENCE Melbourne.. June Foxen, a delegate to the defence conference sail ed yesterday. authorized to discuss alternatives to the Dread- nought offer, including provision of great naval base for the Imperial na- fore at the time of the hanging King, the Peace River murderer, Fort Saskatchewan in 1905. HELLO LINE FROM TABER TO HAT Medicine Hat, Alta., June vernment crews are at work "nsvtl-iag the long-distance telephone lite v.'-uc.i will connect Medicine Hat, Taber and vv in some Australian port and as- intervening points with the if it _ of sumption by Australian navy ofc full, the province. The work is beginning responsibility for policing Pacific. at the Taber end. Have you investigated the quality of the work .turned out by the Lethbridge Steam Laundry under the New Management The new company are looking after every detail C. 8, FARROW, Manager LYCEUM THEATRE Dawson May Manager GEO. S. STEARLING, Manapnj: Director, Boston Grand Opera Co. In two of the most Famous of World-Wide Fame. TO-NIGHT "Lucia di Lammermoor' An Operatic Dramatization of Sir Waiter Scott's famous novel "The Bride of Lammermoor. TO-MORROW NIGHT Faust MME. JUDITH M. FftAMCINI, Donna Soprano Sopranos: Lois Paschal, Miss Cora Hayden Tenors: Siguor Pietro Gheratdi, Mr. Henry E. Olds Contraltos Signora Greca Ricci, Freda Corrison Baritones: Siffnor Achille Alberti, Signer Dftwel Cantori Bassos Mr. John McDonald, Mr. Guisippe Luick Grand Chorus and Orchestra. Orchestra under the Direction of Roberta E. Francini. Presented under the artistic Staf e Direction of Signor Achille Alberti. PRICES city council but at which only Coun- cilmen H. F. Jackson, A. F. Godard and Frederick Sawyer were' present. conference resulted in the sug- gestion that the city appropriate a month, the amount necessary to maintain a special police officer and a clerk to the Young Woman's Chris- tian Association, and that that insti- tution hire its own officer and clerk. The idea of a female detective arous- ed considerable discussion, and it was pointed out to Miss Walker that if the ordinance creating such an office became law, the association would be obliged to pick the civil service employe with the highest standing for the position whether she might be qualified or not in other ways. "I want to tell you gentlemen that something must be done and done at once to protect women and girls who come to this coity said Miss Walker. "One police depart- ment is efficient but cases like these are not for men to deal with, no mat- ter how efficient an officer he may be. "What we want to see, is an attempt to keep innocent girls out of bad company, to warn them against re- sorts, :and cafes where we know they are. in danger. We ask for a woman officer with police powers who will have the authority if it is necessary to. use it, to take question- able men companions, go into saloons after 'them if necessary, take them from-the numberless hotels and lodg- ing houses in this city which we know are traps for innocent women who come to "this city from the country and small towns. "In Chicago "during the fair 700 girls disappeared in the few months of the exposition. The Alaska-Yukon Pacific exposition is going to lure hun dreds of girls to this city coming with a lew dollars in their pockets and no friends to go to, hoping to get em- ployment. In the past twp months conditions in Seattle have beer-triP in- finitely worse than ever before, and it is time something was done We want a woman officer who will in- vestigate questionable advertisements which appear every day in some r-f the newspapers and have every ap- pearance of being traps for girls, as we have learned in association work they are such traps. HONORS FOR CANADIANS Toronto. June. special t0 the Mail and Empire from Ottawa says: ThereTis already some gossip current about Canadians who will be includ- ed iu the cornmg list of birthday hon- ors. Postmaster-general Lemieur and Mr. Wiliam MacKenzie of MacKen- zie and Mann are mentioned and also Hon. L. P- Brodeur. It isolated here on information al- most direct that Hon. Wm. Harty, M. P. ior Kingston, has been recom- mended for knighthood by the Canad- ian sro-fernment. DROP INTO Cafe Some time if yon are not in the habit of doing They put up a great menu there TryH! Railroads Wouldn't Build up Through Saskatchewan so Decided to do Work Himstlf Winnipeg, Man., June he was unable to induce any of th the medicinal waters. Prince Albert and Regina will not be the terminals this line if "Farmer" Hines' plans are fulfilled for it is his intention to extend from Regina southward to Duluth and from Prince Albert to Hudson's Bay. He intends this line to be a railroad r the benefit of the farmers and owned entirely by them and in order ,o provide against any controlling in- he has made the stipulation re- garding the purchase of stock. He is sanguine over the result of his canvas 'or stock and feels assured a portion the line will be in operation dur- ng the present year. When the main ine is completed several branches vill bs built and from one end of the lystem to the other the company will own and operate its own elevator ays- em. Golden West Realty Co. 6 Lots on Railroad Street each, terms, water and sidewalk, planted with full-sized trees. 3 Lots, Courtland Street, water and sewer, each. Terms. 2 Corner Lots, Coutts, each. Agent to MONARCH LIFE ASSURANCE CO. D. KING, Manager Telephone 261 P.O. Box 642 Divinity College at Prince Albert to Transferred to Saskatoon. Prince Albert, June ty College opened in Prince Albert n 1879 will be permanently establish ed at Saskatoon. This was decided upon by the Anglican Synod of the Di- cese of Saskatchewan. Divinity stu- dents will go to Saskatoon in Sept- ember when the fall term of the Uni- versity of Saskatchewan begins. The college will be conducted under the direction of Rev. Principal Lloyd, M. A. The proceeds from the sale of college property received here am- ounts to On account of a large percentage being trust funds, it is a question whether the money can be legally transferred to Saskatoon to be applied on the colege there. This matter will be later as it is understood once the college opens in Saskatoon it will continue there even if it will be impossible to make the transfer. ANOTHER BLOCK AT HIGH RiVER High River, June Lane, Ksq., is asking for tenders for thee erection of a 50 s 96 stone and brick block on the corner of Fourth street west, opposite the C. P. R. station. The work will be rushed to comple- tion as rapidly as possible in order to accommodate the branch of the D minion Bank, who have leased tV-- building for a number of years. Be- j sides the bank offices there will stores and offices, which will no jou be in great demand. T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver Block. Phone 287. SOUSE AND two lots on Coutts near London Rd. Price ash. 40 ACRES TO LEASE IN "5 OR 10 acre tracts. 40 ACRES FOR SALE IN 5 OR 10 acre tracts. Close to Lethbridge, easy terms. 10 ACRES IN NORTH' WARD- Good house, to lease on easy terms. MEDICINE HAT (From the News) A pleasant, little ceremony took place on Wednesday of last week at Bear Creek, when Miss Georgina May Noland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Noland, was united in marriage to William Franklin McNicol, merchant of Grassy Lake, Alta., Rev. J. G. Bit- con officiating. The bride was assist- ed by Miss Julia Hartney-and the bridegroom by Mr. Glen Noland, bro- ther of the bride. The. marriage which took place at the home of the bride's parents, was a very popular one and the presents were both numerous and handsome. Mr. and Mrs. McNichol left the same evening on a honeymoon trip to Glenboro, Maitoba, and other points east, previous to taking up permanent residence at Grassy Lake. Mayor Oliver, Controller Ward and Alderman McGhie of Toronto, will be the delegates to attend the conven- tion of the Union of Canadian Mun- icipalities at Medicine Hat in July. Rev. J. W. Morrow officiated at a quiet but very pretty wedding which took place Wednesday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.. B. White, Main Street. when their daughter. Miss Gertrude was united in marriage to Mr. W. B. Marshall, hend of the W. B. Marshall hardware Co. firm. Both have hosts of friends in Medicine Hat, the Get our PRICES on Corrugated Iron (ralvauized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying ehewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s. goods in stock OilB'S COMPMIV Office and Factory Cor. 80I1ID lad IOMPU MEETS Telephone 153 Yard, Smith St. PknettS groom being one of the city's pioneer I merchants and the bride having spent i her girlhood days here and given of !her wonderful Imusical talents, most freely to all manner of fraternal and religious objects. Aex! Middleton, wno farms ten i miles south of the city was in yester- I day at the farmer's meeting. He says his rye is out in head, and that I his fall wheat is starting to head. There has been a wonderful growth, i Quite a number of the citizens have expressed their intention of visiting the great Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Ex- position at Seattle and arrangements I are now being made to have special private parlor cars placed at their dis- J posal. Steel Range LETHBRIDGE MAN WEDS A MOOSE JAW LADY (Moose Jaw Times, June 16) A pretty wedding took place this afternoon at 5 Langdon Crescent, the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Coch- ran, when their secaond -daughter Isa- bella IVarl, was united in marriage to Mr. J. H. Cheney, of Lfthbridge, Aha. Thf1 ceremony was performed by Rev. S. MaeLoan in the drawing room The wedding march was played by Miss Kit a Pascoe while ilu? brklf en- tered the r om supported by her fa- ther. Tho bride was handsomely at- tired in a Duchfss satin gown a la t'mpirp. trimmed with Irish laco. was attended by her sistor, Miss Xt'llie who looked handsome in n .crown of cchru lace over taftVta. Tht> briilf carried a bouquet <-f white roses and smilax and bridesmaid nrn'1 of o.-irnations