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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA.. THURSDAY, MAY I, TLV Daily Herald Printed-by ths Daily Herald Printing Co. every lawful evening at iti office, Bound St., Lethbridfe. Alberta, Canada W. A. BUCHANAN, Manning Di- rector and Editor Subscription Daily, one year, delivered ......J4.0Q Daily, six months, delivered 3.00 Daily, three mouths, delivered 1.00 Daily, one month, delivered -36 Daily, one year, by mail .......8.00 Daily, sir months, by mail 1.75 Daily, three months, by mail.....86 VT M1 V3 SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Office In world FOUNDED A.tt. 171O IBIO HOME OFFICE: LONDON, ENGLAND i Canadian Branch. Sun Building; H. M. Blacktura, C. B. BOWMAN, AGENT, LETMBRJDGE, ALTA. Grand Trunk Pacific loan. It gave them a welcome opportunity to talk which seems to be their best accom- plishment. Canada is evkk-ntly badly in need of some detective and police orgauiz- Daily three by mail.... Uk h Scotland Yard of Great Weekly Herald, one year 1-60 __f_ Addresses changed as often as de- sired, but both new and old address must be given. A MATTER OF JUSTICE Britain. The country has bevi ed frequently duriag the last few months by criinef> that seem com- pletely to baffle the best efforts of the present detective agencies In the The attention of the Canadian pub-j city pi Winnipeg been five lie has been devoted during the past few week? very largely to the" inys- trators of which terious murders in Hamilton, Win- brought to justice or six murders recently, the perpe- have not been The Kinrade and uipeg and Moose Jaw. In'every case West cases are others in point. Jus- 'the police are apparently baffled, lu j to be effective to the highest de- the coroner's inquests in the two for-! free must be speedy as well as sure. mer cases yesterday was------- made, on a subject that has a very j Ail sort; oi reports have been giv- important bearing on the getting of en-- out concerning the winter wheat evidence in all cases. The jury in prospects this year. Some farmers the Kinrade case answered the ad- have turned their crop under as be- verse criticism of a section of the pub- ing winter killed. A great many more lie of the manner in which the Crown j }jave crops that look perfect to them, prosecutor conducted his examination j Those who know say that no one is of witnesses, one witness in purtic- j justified in ploughing his crop under ular. The jury in the James case in uatil the wheat has had a chance to Winnipeg censured protecting witnesses judges for not from abuse by counsel during examination in the and so far the weather has not such as to cause any conskler- j.able amount of growth. In the mean- time, reports should not be sent out, hasty action taken. Many farm- THE SULTAN'S WEALTH Constautinople, May com-, mission which 'is taking an inventory property a't the Imperial palace at Yildiz has discovered, according to a newspaper, bank notes to the val- ue of and large quantities of jewelry, including n rosary valued at Papers seized show that Abdul Hamid had something over on deposit in a foreign bank. witness bos. The police and. counsel always find vt people very diffident about offering I ers are convinced that their neigh- to go into the witness-box because bors have hastily turned-under crops they are afraid of the abuse and oft- that would "have yielded good returns times cruel cross-examination to which they are subjected by the law- yers on the other side. When a per- son knows anything about any crime he is careful not to let anyone know anything for fear lie will have to j give evidence and be subjected to the indignities which so many lawyers. 1 think it is their prerogative to heap! upon witneses. The law of evidence gives a great deal of latitude in cross- examination and it is right- that '.t should. But when lawyers so abuse that privilege so as-to prevent valu- able and essential evidence being of- fered by witneses the privilege be- comes an: abuse and should in the interests -oi: justice be; retnedied. had they been allowed to remain. C i Reward For the recovery of the body of David Gibson, f drowned in Belly Those living down the river look out JAS. ASHCROFF Swift's Hams Bacon and Lard Fresh stock just received The fentley Co. Ltd.: noii ji IT ALWAYS ATTRACTS when a pretty foot is encased ia an exquisite and dainty shoe from Ger- man's. There is nothing that adds to a woman's feminine attraction like a pretty foot, and whether she posses- ses it or not she has a shoe that makes it look so when she buys from the superb stock displayed at Ger- The partnership heretofore carried on by J. F. Kodgers am! Joseph A. Young under the, firm name of "Rodg- ers and Young in the business of a sales stable at Lethbridge is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All ac- counts due the partnership are pay- able to J. F. Bodgers and all liabil- ities of the partnership are assumed by the said -J. F. Eodgers. "DATED at Lethbridge this 8th day of April, 1909. J. F. KODGEBS. JOSEPH A. YOUNG. F. German BEGIN BLOCK JAMES RICHARDS i PUNISH CROOKED SPORT The cause of clean sport is one wor- thy of the best thought of private ci- tizens and legislators. It is doubtful if there is a more potent influence for the building up of a strong na- tional manhood than, good clean sport But the bane of sport is the crooked- ness that creeps in. To prevent this crookedness in their great national game the United National Base, ball Commission has decreed that the name of the man who was provr ed to have attempted to bribe the umpires at the national champion- ship gaine. last fall be sent in confi- dence to every major league owner with- instructions to bar him from their grounds. This is a step right direction but it would be better if it applied to all bribers at all games and if their, names were ordered to be published so that all sports could be on their guard against them. This is the law .and practice in England regarding those found in dishon- est practices in connection with horseracing. to be good, must be clean and there is no better cure for dishonesty in sport than the fullest publicity. of the wrong-doing and the punishment of the crooks by banishing them -from the places where the sport is carried on. CHEAP GUNS (Toronto Star) F. T. Congdon, the M. P. from thej_ Yukon, Ascribes himself as "an .un- repentant free -and believes that an impetus would be given to in his big- constituency if ma- chinery for the treatment of quartz were admitted free of duty." There is one article-of trade, how- ever, of which the Yukon, has an ov- er-supply. "I can buy a gun cheap- er at- home than you can in Toron- he said yesterday." The reason is that so many fellows came in to the Yukon with guns and revolvers, seemed to imagine that the EVANGELISTS Lethbridge is to be favored with" a visit from the" well-known -evangelists Messrs. Gale and Hatch. Reports have come from Calgary ...Edmonton and Regina regarding nature and success of their work. The church members and others of this city will see and hear for themselves and form their own opinions. Different peo- ple differ widely in their opinions of evangelists, their methods and the results of their work. But whatever differences there may be as to per- sons and methods there is little-dif- fe fences of opinion as to the neces- sity for a call of some kind to the higher life of the individual and the citizen. The movement among men of all ranks and stations of life to lead the life that calls out the best within them and. to persuade others to do so ia stronger today than it has been at any previous time in the his- tory of the world. Good men hon- estly differ as to methods of .attain- ing this end but there is no difference among men of any station, creed or nation as to the main object which is to make individuals, communities and nations better and stronger. OUR POINT OF VIEW The water wagon was still conspic- uous by ite absence yesterday. These clouds of dust sailing up Red path, Dufferin, and Baroness Road are not good advertisements for the city to those who have not yet found out the value of a dust blanket or th? beauty of a dust coat, There' does not seem to be much opposition on the street to the by- The worst opponent' that they will have is the. indifference of the citizens. The Conservatives made an awful lor very small over the place was lawless. he declar- ia a party .direct from England, and he actually drilled them to receive Indians' and 'receive and had form up at Dawson and do their 'An amusing incident in the Yukon occurred at a meeting held in Dawson by; Bobert Lowe, a sec- ond Liberal candidate. His "speech." consisted" iix the reading, of -his plat- form, which bad twenty-one planks in it. When he got through about a dozen of these, a burly-looting man up and requested permission to ask s. question. It was granted. "Well, he. said, "will you please tell me what, plank you're at now? Lowe lost his deposit. His political death was caused by too much" plank. EXPECT BIG LAND SALES London, May a meeting of the and Edmonton Land Co., the chairman anticipated that the demand for land by the better class of settlers would be much greater in 1909 if not quite unpTecedented. Sales were increasing and prices were better. Share denomination -would be reduced frbm: tan 'to-five "shillings byway of .return of. capital. SETTLERS' RECORD R. J. Blake from Burlington, iST.D. goes to New Dayton -with a car of settlers' Alphbnse. Muller from Glencoe, has arrived with a car of settlers' effects and will "settle at Milk iver. P. Seistrup from Winona, Minne- sota, goes south to" Stifling with two cars of settlers effects. S 'S A E G A -E S 'S rftock of Accordeons, Mandolins, Guitars and Banjos bas again been rje- plenisned. It is selected with the usual care for our patrons' interests. Nev Sheet Music, 15c. per copy, 2 for 26c. 300 more of these ex- pected this week. The latest in Song Fo- lios and Piano Our assistants stop work at 6 p.m. Our cloting is timed by our patrons. We carry everything in Plumbing Accessories Some of the little things may have been. neglected when your plumbing was installed. Here are a few of the little tilings in Bathroom Trimmings: TOWEL RAQKS (Nickle Plated) ROBE..HOOKS BRUSH HOLDERS GLASS FOLDERS GLASS SHELVES TOOTH BRUSH HOLDERS No job too large No job too small Calgary and Lethbndge Dufferin Street Phone 299 Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up Rest ...v......... D. R. WILKIE President; HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice.Pre8. i Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Farmers and 5 if Private: Individuals -.invited. SAVINGS attention ia given to Savings t i ..i biv-i 7f a------ Bank Accounts. 'Deposits of and-upwards received and i[ est allowed 'at current rate: from date; of deposit. R. SEAJLE. Manager Machine etc. Box 432 Near Steam Laundry AutoBiobilea, Gasoline Engines, Sieam Ploughs and Threshing Outfits Geneiral Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed ion Safe At the Auction Mart 410 ROUND STREET Friday MAY 7, 1909 at o'clock Frank 6, Waddington instructed by L. M. John- will sell by public .'auction Rco Ught Touririf Model A 18-20 h.-p. Can be seen and .tried by ar- rangements with Howard Case Co. or the auctioneer Phone 261 410 Round St. 6FFICE SUPPLIES STATIONERY CO., LTD School Supplies Are you aware of the fact that gobcTfruitlands reach a value .of to per acre improved? Are you aware of the .fact that ARROW LAKE FRUIT LANDf will grow trees that will produce ;all -flic fjruit itr-is possible for the trees to.stand? r Are you aware of the iact that THt AltROW LAKE FRUIT LANDS are tb market and have equally as good Shipping fiCllltitS -as fruit lands in Washington, Oregon or Colorado. Then can you not see that these will reach the same values as other fruit lands Theii'why not buy while .you can get them at the bottom prtot. Our NEXT EXCURSION will start from Lfthbrldge on SATURDAY MORNING, and points on the Cllgtry Branch -on FRIDAY AFTERNOON OF JUNE 2nd. Join our party on this trip. Thr trots will til be In fiilf bloom and you will see a sight that will delight you- CalUnd get full ROOMS 3 AND 4, WHITNEY BLOCK Or at our new of f ice in Lethbridfe Hotel TheArrow M. F RE EM A N, General WHITNEY BLOCK Lcthbridgc, Alta. 3O HEAD of JUST ARRIVED All young and in good shape. Apply for J.F. Sale Stables Wood St. LETHBRIDGE Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHONE G3 TO. THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Draying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. delivery. J. S. Phillips A.LPattesw Phone 70 Office in Nelson ft Gow's Store We Are Leading Oar business is increasing daily. Why? Because the public have at last found the proper place, they can get satisfaction in Cleaning and Pressing their Garments. It you are not yet one of our customers give, a trial. CITY DYE WORKS TelepfcoieiSJ lottid Strait A. RON and "build er. Estimates furnished free. Office 315" Food St. 122-26 Western Chartered Corporation Ud. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers.. .for Royal Collieries Ltd Ail Standard Stocks Handled HEAD 80 LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 293, Suns of Englaai Benefit Sotlrt) Meets in the Qddfedllows' Hall every first and third Wednesday the month at 8 p.m. For ful particulars apply vT; J. 'Wade, .Fred T. W. Prefiid at. Sec.. Box 67. Hi. W Meats Is! and Mondavi 'Hall.', it" o'clock. brethren we dopdmlly invited. AfHCROFT, QUfe NEIDIG, WJ. A.F. It A.M., O.W.A. Uthbrldge Lodge Regular meeting olgtit, the third thnradfif of each month in the Mtsonie Hall, P. O. Block. at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will tl. wayi receive a hearty welcome. A. C. Mewer, W.k. O. V. P. O. Box 697. Modem Lethbridge Canto Wo. Meeto in the Hall every teeond and fowQt of tfct VMtiiw neifhbon will aj. .receive a httlty f cilfor, 0. W. Whiting Banker; W. i Dicknoo: .Clerk. N, PKOFS3SIONAL CARDS klCDICAL DR. W. Burgeon, Accouchsr. 9 a.m.. 9-3; p.m. Office 914 Red- path St. Phone 93. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEAN! Street. 74....'. DR. A. McNALLY-Offlcfc aud rooi.it. Stafford Block. .Office 12, 7-8.36. Phoue, night and'-day 277. DR. J. Surgeon, Accoucher, Oddtellown' Block. 9 a.m., li to 1. 3 to 5, 7 to 8. Pnone, day aud Qight, 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., isi, Eye. Ear, Noae arid Throat. Stafford Block. Letubridge, Alta. Office a.m.. 3-C p.m.. 7.8 p.m. UNDERTAKING ADD I SON SON-Leading Unoer- takers and Embalmerfi. The oldest established businesa in the city. Phone 102. .Office and residence, :321 Crabb St. Parlors open day and night. T. S. DI- RECTOR AND EMBALMER-Car- riages-and equipment new and up to date. Parlors opposite fire half. Open day and night. Phone P. 0. Box 493. MUSIC MADAM "Pi- aniste, organ and voice produc tion. Visits or receives pupils, preparatory or advanced. Coaching for exams. Howard Howe, Orabb Street. MR. ALBERT oi yr. Briggs, M.A., Song Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of Hancock, Esq., F.R.CiO., Organ and Theory. Voice culture, pipe organ, piano, harmony and theory, song staging. Open (or con- certs, banquets, recitals, etc. Termi on application. Box 690. Letb- bridge, Alta. JOHANNES H. M ACM ILL I pil of Henri Verbruggen, of Italy; Carl Simins, of Berlin, Ger- many. High Class'Scotch muiio specialty. for recitalg. ban- quets, concerts, etc. For ap. ply cjo Royal Collieries, LEGAL L. M. and Solicitor.: Office adjoining TJnioo Bank. Lethbridge. W. C. ter. etc. Office: SouthardrBlock. C. Fv 1C CONYBEAREi r Baraiter, ;Solicitor, Etc. .Office., Conybeare Block., Lfithbridge, Al- H. A. J, Solicitor, Notary. Room 14 Staf- ford Bit. SURVEYING HAMILTON and Surveyors. Room 4, BlocK, 'V ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTOR! F. Bi Boom Whitney Blocb.V 7 JAS. Av Macdoriald Block, Redpath Street. XetHblcidge W. M. CaJgary and Lethbridge. Specialiet in Fireprool. ing, sanitation, Jieating and-Tentila- tiqn.....Erneat Carver, iTRX. Ete... Maaagei Lethlnridge Bryiin Block." and build- er. Estimates cheerfully given, paira and alteraUona executed, at the shortegt notice. .Box 730, ieth- R. E. engineer