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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta L 1 t H I D 0 I W I D N E 8 D A Y Jl U MyHeroMt Printed by the Daily Herald Priutiuf Co., Ltd., every lawful eveniuf at iU office. Bound St.. Lethbridjje, ilberta. Caaada. W. A. BUCHANAN. Managing Ol- afttf Cditar. IAA ft Daily, ooe year, delivered aiz mouth, delivered, .Daily, threo Bioatin, deliTered Daily, one mouth, delivered Daily, oue year, by mail Daily, fix by mail Daily, three mon'.as, by mail Weekly Herald, one year iddresaes cUuuged as often OUR POINT Of VIIW, The building record in Lethbridfe BO far thu year proV-s that this city is thriving. President Roosevelt is a man of his word. He said he would not accept a a third term, and though he could have had the Republican nomination by nodding his head, he would not re- TWO FOILED EQOt Aii Runaway Burglar Hid te Eat in Four Golden, B. C., June Arm- strong, a Scotchman who committed burglary at H. G. Parson's store on the night of the 14th, at BpHHmacheen forty-two miles south of Golden. He escaped from the woii- CAROF BIJFFA BRAND 2.M J6 l.M l.7c 46 1.60 i de- sired; but both uew and old addresi ui us L be giveu. up by his position. Lots of men would lave yielded to the" demand and for- gotten the statement they had made. Taft has not the presidency yet. He is likely to face the liveliest oppo- sition the Republicans have had in recent yeurs. CSVJL SERSCE REFORM BILL, The Civil Service Reform bill has been presented to Parliament and will be enacted at this session. The. biti was by "Kon.'Sfd Fisher, und may be summarized about I as follows :A Civil Service Commission is to be established consisting of two persons. To'this commission will be intrusted the responsibility of con- ducting examinations for the civil service. Entrance 10 the service will be by competitive examination. The procedure will be based upon the Eng- lish practice, and the commissioners will be guided by regulations made by themselves and ratified by the Cov- er uor-in-Couneil. Under the new system successful candidates will be nominated to posi- Yions in the order of their merit, under the control of the Civil Service Com mission. It is expected that. exam The Calgary Herald cannot under- stand why its eminent leader, A. J. Robertson, of High River, was not of- feraed the Republican nomination for president. his declaration, That shows 'stable m? the way down the is aii honest and net purled light. Armstrong was- recaptured vesterday morning about fifty miles up the ralley after giving the police some lessons at hide and seek in the trash. During his freedom he-broke into a rancher's house and stole his stock of provisions but being discov- ered be had to leave' the provisions behind and take to the bush. During the four days he had but two boiled egga. It is owing to this shortage of food that the police can thank for his early Capture. All goods stolen CANADIAN ALPINE WORK. i British Columbia Clergyman Try to Ascend Mount Robson. Will ON TRACK J you think hoopskirts will ever return. women are wearing them on their heads this year. is certainly stuck on his job. a self made News. you ex Mrs. husband is tremely hard to please. Miss You don' inations will take place twice a year. Jiook "Observer. The heads of each department will] furnish the commissioners with a list 1 "g0 Rich married Miss Love? of vacancies or requirements during thought you-figured on getting her? Vioioria, June Rev. C. R. B. Kinriey of the James' Bay It'thodist church secured an extended pave of absence in order to join Dr. Col em an, the geologist of Toronto University, in an attempt this summer o scale Mount Robson, f the highest mountain in ..Canada- and a virgin peak. Mr. Kihney made the trip to .he foot of-the mountain last year in order to make the .attempt but clima tic conditions were against him. -It is proposed to start from .Ed monton about August and go in by way of the Athabasca. After the climb the professor will return east, whil Mr. Kinney proposes to return on foo alone on this side of the mountains. I did, but I was always poor i Record Her- LOTS 111 I it Alberta Realty Co u Aicru HOmtlOMAL E. T. McQRCOOR REAL., ESTATE BROKER Agent for Farmland City ColUcttoAt, Rant- alt and CaAvtyaftctaf. yaur property with Call at P. O. Block ArfdrMa I GET YOUR I SHOES j TO REPRESENT THE U. 8. Sau Francisco, J3al., June ident David Stayr Jordan, of: Stafford j University has been appointed United Staies representative on 'the national commission which will in vestigatc the'fisheries laws govtruiiki the American border waters. He wil' start for Eastpbrt Monday to meet the British Coirinfissioner. 00 CovtUnd Stwet Each down %ui bibnee in or with iuteffttt 4l 8 per cent You beat it Ik U Mtffkilrt Knqpt iM OOea GERMAN'S the ensuing period. The commission- ers will advertise the number and character of vacancies in each class, stating the qualifications required, and after the examination will clas-1 A Philadelphia man took two girls sify the candidates according to their rowing and rocked the boat, where- merit. The candidates will receive upon one of them biffed him with an their appointments in the order of oar'and knocked him into the water, merit. {The girls then rowed away, and left After the appointment there will be him to swim ashore. If that man has a period of probation of six months, any spunk he will not take theui out during1 which the appointee must [again. demonstrate to the satisfaction of his official head that he is perfectly qual- fied, but there is a proviso that any time after two months, but before six months has expired, an official head may reject any clerk', stating his rea- GLAD TO HAVE SEARCHLIGHT June Edward has promised to ;open the Olympic games on July- 13th. Tabor, June of the social sons in writing, which reasons are to bf. transmitted to the commission. The commissioners will investigate the reasons, and then either declare the individual unfit or transfer him to some other department. As to promotions it is provided that the competitive system shall not apply, but all promotions -shall be made solely upon the certificate of qualification head of the branch, endorsed by the deputy head of-the by the com- missioners. The operation of the bill is con fined" to. Ottawa at the start. All the service at Olawa would be combined and brought" under the act at once. The outside service would remain as at present until such time as it was decided by order in-council that they should-be brought under the act. The classification provides for three divisions, each divisions. The sub-divided into two first of these would tb.e deputy heads and their assist- ants. The second would include the trained 'administrative staff. The third would comprise those who did purely routine work. Entrance to the last evening 01 Mr. George Heisor and Miss Gwen. Maddock, "which took place at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. John Evnns. The cere- mony was performed by the Rev. J. R. Monroe, after which the invited j guests sat down to an elegant spread which 'had been prepared for the oc casion. There- were many guests present and a most enjoyable time was The young couple have a host of friends in Taber who wish tls-.-m iapy and prosperous life. -The'oia ferry boat that drifted from its moorings during the recent heavy rain storms, was eventually found "near Grassy Lake. It has been dis- sected and hauled back to the" cross- ing north of Tuber on the Belly river where a large force of men is employ- ed in its re-construction. It will be ready for use the latter part of the -week. Henry Sickles, one oi our largest realty dealers, and agent for Mr. E. L. Kemp, of. Minneapolis, lias just purchased 9 quarters oi extra choice lands situated a few miles southeast of Taber. Mr. Sickle says the of lands aro the back- Placed on Affairs of Indian Depart- ment, Says Hon. Frank Oliver Ottawa, June latest move of the government to rush the busi ness of the session was the announce- ment ofc Premier in the'House tonight''that evening sessions will be held von Wednesdays hereafter, com- mencing; this week. The- principal discussion of today was inregard "to the administration of the Indian branch of ..the Interior 'Department. J. E. Armstrong, of East Lambton, charged the government with "gross extravagance, especially 'in regard to "the affairs in the province of Mani Hon. Prank Oliver, in reply, stated that the charges-were absurd. 'He challenged the .Opposition to prove a BR1DGE BY-LAW CARRIES New Westminster, B. C., June 23 By a votp of 213 to 128 the by-law authorising the building of a new bridge across the north arm of the Fraser was carried yesterday Pto. MORTH.WCST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall ewj iae and fourth io month. giaeera, awl eafineen out of aoiploy meat, would do well to eommwiioaii with oa. ROBERT KEVIN. Chiel W. A. DIOKSON, Secretary single case He also said Tiialadministration. "would welcome an inquiry into" the affairsuof .the ment before the public accounts com-; mittee. L ,v In the evening.public works .supply, totalling 'was' passed after a few hours debate..Hon. Wm. Pate terson also gave notice of a bill to amend the customs' act. LABEL and be sure you, d ri nx only those beverages bottled; "by the Lehtbridge Brewing and Malting Co., Ltd. This name on a battle is a gilt edge .guar- thai the vents are absolutely i.- and that they are ;the finest and- best car- bonated beverages offered for sale. LETHBRIDGE BREWING 4 MALTING COMPANY, IMPORTED SILKS Ladies' Waists in all styles' Men's Shirts Handkerchiefs, Tablecov- ere, Kimonas, etc. -_ Silk m Web, all quantities and. colors. v, Hand-painted China in .-Tea or Dinner Sets, Vases etc. Fresh Fruit.of all kinids Hazel wood Ice Cream, the made Chaw Sam Co. McKelvie v Old Stand WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION Meet in Methodist Wesley, Chwwh every' third Friday in the moaUi at 3.30 p. m. alwayi MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Fret MRS. CHAS. MeCLENAGHAir. .B. B. 0. L OOMVBEARB flolidton, Eie, Hock. Ate. W. C. SIMMONS Etc. Buuthard Block. R. O. AOOItOM B. C. MOOAC Dfractar and ___ to Office Pbooe 1M. f. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 29e SM ri ErtHl Ineflt Meet in tbc BaK ererj firnt and tfcirrl Thursday in the at Vuttiag wd Walter JAS. A. MACOONALD t ARCHITECT Southard Rtdfath Alta. ALVIH RIPLEY ACCOUMTINQ, AUOITINQ, COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS' Lift and Accident Room 5" Whitney Block FfedT.Robitw.8ie Box 57. second and third divisions would be by' direct opeii competitive examina- tion. The second division would sup- ply by promotion the officers of the" first division, but the clerks of the third division could not expect pro motion. Their duties- being wholly routine, would not qualify them for administrative but there is a provision in the bill that .it the com- missioners saw fit they might allow members of the third Division te com pete in examinations for promotion to the second class. The Civil Service Act wil FIXTURES, SHADES, TELEPHONES, MOTORS, Etc. ELECTRICIANS Repairs Promptly Attended to 204 Night 229 bone of the financial depression in real estate circles is broken. He pre diets Ihat many large tracts of valu- able lands, will change hands in the vicinity of Taber m the near future. W. E. Walker, clerk in J. Traswell's store, is having erected a handsome little cottage, at the corner of Hnll and 34 Sts. The the direction of J. P. Thorsley. Councilman John Barton who has hten indisposed for a month past is now convalescing very slowly. Dr. Aikon is attending him and says his patient will -be able to resume his apply to the -outside service- as a present until brought under new act by order-in-council. The "bill con- tains no provision for superannua- tion. This may be provided for by subsequent kjislation. Mr. Fishor stated that the salaries for the several divisions under the new bill vould be about as follows: First A, to Class B, to Second A, to Class B, to Third A, to I Class B, to SSOQ. Provision is made for a statutory] increase of a yeax. however, that the record of the ckrk is.snch as to justify it; but provision is also made, where the record of the clerk warrants it, he can bo givon a special increase of more, making in ail. Such increases will be granted only 'upon the recommenda- tion of the commissioners, based upon the report of the head of the branch or department in which "the clerk is employed.. jA record of each clerk will bvj-irepV in each department, and this record will be revised every throo months bjr the hend of the branch and approved once a year by the deputy minuter. intended as far as possible to diftiKnae with employment. There in Ihu bill that BO Mch temporary employ- ment shall extend over months of the yean and then with the consent ol thi duties in a couple of weeks. WANTED The lietlibridge public and the travelling public to know the Hub Cafe is as clean and up-to-date restaurant as'there-is in that strictly white help is employed. Charges moderate Strarterrw iri fan TMIfflFM ISc Q. R. A. meeting nifht, the third Thursday of each month in UM Masonic Hill. P. O. Block at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER, aY-STORKEY. W. M. Secretary, P. O.-Box UST. LcTHBRIQfiE C. 3. .R O.. E. Meets on the second Tuesday o! each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M PRIE8T. E. R. Secretary. Cudbs (Wcr it tastes Meets i K. P Hall last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome j. F. KOGERS, A. KEIDIG.F.8. Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays _ in K. of P at 8 Visiting brethren ere cordially, invited. S. G. DAVIE8, W.P. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S UtkbrUge Nest off Owfc Lethbridge Nest of Owls, No. 159. will mecta- the and third Wednesday of each month in K. of P. Hall; O. V. 8TORKEY, Secretaary. C. R068 TATE, M..PRIEST. Janior Past PTM News Stand This Week's Lloyd's News of the World Standard of Empire Reynolds Tit-Bits Answers, etc. Also the tianal Scotch papers Come or send before 6 p.m. please I flflEM fMB lit the Athletic Part Tonwmm (tomta) ML at 7.1S w 9 ;