Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
i if H I Ring Up 701 when you want DRAYING done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE mm BIOS. DRAYING And General Team Work COAL ORDERS promptly at- tended to. PHONE 472 A. L. PatUraon H. Patterson TO EftCCT MONUMENT TO ALSERTA HEROES. Caljary, Aiarcii a joJflt meet- Ing of the .Canadian Club and Veter- ans' Association, wbich was last night In office of W. A. Lowrey to discuss plaus for the erection cf a monument to. the memory of the Al- berta men who ulc-d ?or their country in the Boer War. Dean Faget stated that he had written to several Can- adian sculptors, and exhibited a group of photographs of many Canadian monuments now in existence. These were examined carefully and it was decided to have a monument of the equestrian class, the secretary being instructed to write to .Messrs. W. S. Atward, Toronto; Philip Herbert, Mon treal; HamiHon McCarthy, Ottawa, and G. W. Hilt, Montreal, all Canad- ian sculptors, and aek them to sub- mit plans for a monument of this class to cost, exclusive of 'base, from 000 to Jamieson occupied the chair, while A. E. Harrison filled -the dutiee or secretary. The folloowlag -were present: Messrs. Stanley Jones, W. A. Lowrey, Dr. Donaldson, Dean Paget, and U. M. Splane, I MM ttf I In Start MM that Mr. lackrfaiter, rf tnrift BM, offtiW to kit rtonuca rtroef to tifMt ta ordiaary all kit mamy, tfcis ia MttMlM 10 Uwt aflk aad erackcrt, WMt Ttniaf to MI art tofisaiaf U r thai "Ihty have a rtn Stifkt ol late acsie Tfee uickly Joseph Chamberlain Is Growing Feeble Chmk lib Yrt hmmMMMfj all tbif Mffcriaf b tfcat tplradid vffl yoa vbat caaart bar, tleta, toaitk? liiairb will be capable W (tifirtiagaay nawB "FtailalW, froa coDctntra- tai hiilili t frefe juice, AiMCtlT tto rtMaaeb, iacitttM MM aaa cornets feato "FraH IJwr TOUU" is a positive and satady cart far all It aW Mfta M ft taak, baUaiar mp aad rtrwctfaMing tfes tyrtm. Hay, lMltor write to that they an Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG Office next Arcade Phone 1163 M-MI II-H I G. N. McLean General Teaming Phone 1089 Coal must be paid for on delivery DUEL AT NICE. Nice, March Doyen, the French sciential, and Capt. Van Lang- en donck, of the Belslaa army, fought a duel at -the Hippodrome to-day. Ac. the second attack Dr, Doyen pricked the captain's right forearm, where- upon the seconds stopped the combat. The duellists were reconciled. The duel followed a scene in the Casino yesterday when the scientist accused the captain with having insulted -Mme. Doyen. DRAYING Call up Phonef. HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE p Ripley Bros. far ok trial ATM W a att WASHINGTON DRY LETHBR1DGE Good menu. Quick service. i Arlington Hotel f for drayinfl left here will receive prompt attention. Spokane, Wash., March nun dred and eighty-eight saloons iu 33 towns and cities, and five counties in this state have been put out of busi- ness in the last five months, accord- Ing to a report just issued by the Anti-Saloon League of Washington. Twenty-three 'towns voted to re- main wet. Among the cities voted "dry" the Wenatchee, Puyallup, Pros- eer, Lynden, CoMlle, Goldendale, Kettle Falls, Rosalia, Devenport, Che- ney, former seat of Spokane county; counties being Thurston, Skagit, Clark, Stevens and Whitman. Tb.e league, which is represented in Spok- ane by Lewis R. Horton, claims 38 dry units, and it is expected to have 100 by July 1, after wbich, Mr. Hor- ton, announces, that the organization will begin its campaign for a legisla- ture, pledged to give the league a county local option law. Mr. Horton declares that the liquor interests are playing a losing game, though at first glance it would appear that tKe league is only holding its own, adding: "The liquor men. gave ua tie present law, and we are doing tbe best we can with it." London, March the first time since he was stricken with par- alysis years ago -Mr, Chamberlain ap- peared in the House of Commons and took the oath as a to -be pro moted from the rank of second class to a first class constable. "Spey Royal" The choicest and oldest pro- curable. Shipped and Guaranteed Sold by best and Wlna Merchants everywhere. EXPECTS EARLY NAVIGATION St. Lawrence Rapidly Becoming Clear of Ice Montreal, Mar. prophecy of Prof. Howard Barnes, .of McGill, that navigation would open earlier this season tban ever before bids fair to be fulfilled. The river is clear of ice above Quebec, as far as Three Rivers. The Lady Grey is working bard on up river ice, and it is believed that navi- gation will be possible during the first week in April. Ice around Montreal shows signs of weakening and there has been considerable fall in the depth of water which usually is succeeded by spring floods. An Effort to Help Carmen of Phila- delphia Win Their Cause. New York, March heard the statement to-day that Sam- uel Gompers, of the American Feder- ation of Labor, is in Chicago for the purpose of consulting labor leaders with 'the view or calling a strike of. car men in Cleveland, Pitteburg, Oma- ha, and San Francisco in sympathy; with, the' Philadelphia car strike. The Philadelphia traction company is said to be a large of securi- ies in the traction companies in these cities. -f Cured. Senator B. R. Tillman, Senator rrom South Carolina, one of the most notable statesmen of the day, who is dying from a paralytic stroke. LAD OF FIFTEEN IS NOW PREACHER Conn., Mar. Rollins, fifteen years old, who trudges ten miles every clay back and forth irom his studies at the Torrington High School, has been licensed to preach by the quarterly conference ol" the New Haven District of the Metho- dist Episcopal church. cough had left me and I could sleep well." I Probably the youngest person in the "Dr. Wood's" is the original Norway Pine Syrup. It is put in yellow wrapper, three pine trees tbe trade mark and the price 25 cents. Manufactured only by The T. Milbura Co., Limited, Toronto, Oat United States, be is a son of the Rev. fcdward Rollins, pastor of the Metho- SON LEFT TO DIE BY FAITH HEALER Frank Heffner Will Now be Indicted on a Charge of Manslaughter Edmonton, Mar. Heffner, a member of a sect of faith healers al Lament. Alta., wi! probably be indicted on a charge of manslaughter. His son dislocated his knee last summer, but dist church at Hakersville, and has 'the father refused to call a medical frequently filled his father's pulpit. practitioner and the son died on Febru- Roll ins. Contractors for Cedar Fence Posts, Telegraph Mine Props and Timbers, Railroad and Mine Ties P. 0. Box 304 Fernie, B.C. The Bakersvillo church has had dif- ary 5 from mortification of the injured ficulty in getting a pastor at the small leg Th was fineti for neglect salary it is able to per year. and nQW facc a more spriovig "They needn't pay me anything un- til 1 am out of said young Heffner is a member of a sect i known as "The Church of which jclaims many adherents in the Lament [district among a foreign section of the (population. One of the fundamental JM flf jfj ff jdoctrines of the creed is that of divine M power over frailties and sickness, and 9S jf m f mM jthat this power will be exercised ac jjg f icording to the measure of the faith jot" the believer. 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