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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., SATURDAY, MAY 8. 1909. Mooney Biscuit Mponey's Perfection Cream Sodas ABOUT.. DAD'S tie Lord Mayor's Son submitted again, uud aiuch time (would be lost. And if it should be and the council should take I it as a tip that the people want a j cheaper plant, they have to ;put in iv cheaper that would 'not be yufiicient to deliver the goods. the meantime the lire underwriters come ulang and say "Here --ou dubs, we fuive been giving you fire rates that we should not He hud gone to a Jot trouble to work-up u case ugainst a reul estate dealer who is alleged to have been j Reported Not to Affecting selling real estate without'a license. Freighters The case came up before the __ protection right Now that you have decided not to do this it is our painful duty to raise the and up would It seems to me there should be a duy of reckoning between Dud's coun- j dl and Messrs. Batcheller, Marshall. I and Skurin some of these fine days. on account of the cement sidewalks (laid last summer. Most of go tbo indirect taxution of hkher jure- in tip-top shape but in some [iro insurancc rutes Tliat wouw places they are decidedly on tne ciarn poor business to mv notion. j bum. Some places like the corner of [liedpath and Ooutts streets and the! [corner of DuiTerin Glyn streets, Tho who has charge of the 'the whole end of the walk seems to wagon ought to quit and ap- jhave broken of! a couple of feet from ply for the of driving the' coro- trato but he decided against the chief. He then' got the council's con- sent to appeal the case, and he got busy about that. Tt was all done, but the city solicitor made a .slip and neglected to file the notice of ap- peal with the clerk of the court and and void. The chief was just natur- ally riled ti little us he has to do the whole thing over again as he -has not The slightest notion of letting the matter drop. jthe cad. In other places the walks 1UiUon chariot. U is needed about twice in haif a and then AFRAID OF A STRIKE FELL FROM AEROPLANE France Prepares for Trouble with Postal Service Lyons, France, May Cham- ber oi Commerce and the Merchants' association here have combined in the organization of an emergency postal service in case of another strike in Paris. Toulon, France, May armor- ed cruiser, Conde, has been ordered Lieutenant in Italian Navy Dropped Forty-Five Feet i are badly cracked, more so, it seoirs jto me, than would be warranted by 's-oecial Order is given to slick up bis j first class work. Last fall there- j were some authorities who said that the contractors were not putting a good enough bottom in the walks, i and il looks as if they knew what they were talking about, for it cer- tainly looks as if the bottom fallen out of the walks in some pla.- cos. The engineer, doubtless, will j use his eagle eye to find out the bad (Places and see to it that the neces- 1 sary repairs are made. I it lookb as if the people of this horses and wash the chariot for the occasion. He certainly doesn't know how to run a water wagon. Here we have day after day of dust dirt and never a sign of wagon. The people of the city are lired cussinff the dust and the fellow who is supposed to do away the nuisance. They have to make all sorts of excuses for the appear- ance of the town which, under the circumstances, is more like a little country village than the neat, up- lo-date and progressive city in the west. It's simply rotten and the Buffalo, X. Y.. May G.-An impros- on hut! readied some ii....... that on account of the strike of the Lake Seamen's Union freight shipments from- Buffalo and other hike ports have been greatly reduc- ixl. While this may be true, in some lines of freight, no delay is being experienced by the package freight to the- managers of Transit Anchor line and- Lehigh Valley, these lines are experiencing no difficulty or delay in I despatching freight by lake and have experienced no interruption sine the opening of navigation. E. T. Douj, las, general manager of Westen Transit Co., said today that the "ab ove statement of conditions was ab solut-ely correct in so far as it appliec to his line and corroborated by tht other line managers. PRISONER SAYS HE IS LONG-LOST MAN Convict Tells Story of i Relatives Deny Story and Sue for Insurance St. Louis. May de- in the strangest insurance case in legal history was revealed to- i day when attorneys for the New York Life Insurance Company filed i in the United States circuit court j the deposition of a convict in tho Beirut, May 7.-An investigator who Auburn, N. Y.. state prison. The has just returned here from a trip convict, Andrew j. white, to Kessab, reports that all the -imeri- he was George A. Kiromel. cashier can property at that place was" com ot the Farmers' State Bank, of Ar- pk-tely destroyed by Moslem kansas t ity. Ivan., who disappeared raiders. It included a -iris' hi-h DESTROYED AMERI- CAN PROPERTY school under the direction of a mis- sionary of the American Board of i ivLLvm. Rome, May 6.-Lieut. Calderara. i bUrg thmk there is else fOr ,'people will, not stand for it of the Italian navy, was injured here lt but tO pass the by'laws on Mon'i today while flying in a Wri-ht aero-iday" Whatever criticism there war. plane. As he was makin, turn ionee has vanished as a summer i_-.r___ the machine fell to the ground and the aviator was picked up uncon-1 right He fell about 45 feet. cheek and His or as a blanket of snow before a j Chinook wind. There was some idea that the power plant was costing i too much money but the engineers _ L.iHjrK iinu rippr- PVP WAT-P i to remain at Ville Franche, and keep injured and he a in constant communication with the i tion of the shouWer. Tho Lieutenant! ss station on Eifrel Tower on who is a pupil of Wilbur Vric-ht have accepted their "quad erat revived and removed in demonstrandum" at the end approve. 'ItJI_a lellow Sot hauled up before the account of the possibility of a postal strike. For the recovery of the body Of David GibsoD. drowned in Belly River. Those living down the river will please keep loot out JAS. ASHCROFT a -demonstration to the council to the city, and the people seem accepted their -quad erat the people have a right to get one oflicial for the carelessness mentioned, there is another official has a right to get after some people good and plenty. It is a darn shame to ?ee people who ought co know better walking over- the boule- vards that are seeded down. Last more than ten years ago. The witness tells a story of having been drugged and imprisoned in a Commerce for foreign missions St. Lows rooming house for three niost all the people who fled from His identity by Jvimmel's revived and removed to a military hos, pital, where he is' being whole thin- is summed UP Speakin? of the accident later, he said iapparcnt necessitv of the plant just he had this morning because as soon as it can be srot or .sooner. three of his uncles had come. purpose- and are goiig to vote to -et beak for driving over the boulevards and that ha-d a most salutary affect. I don't know that there is a by-law providing for the prosecution of thosp whn weeks. His identity as Kimmel is denied by Jvimmel's relatives, who are suing for insurance on his life. Kimmel has been declared dead by the St. Louis court, but the United States court of appeals has declared the evidence insufficient and the judg- ment ag-ainst the insurance company was reversed. Shortly after insuring- his life for in 1S9S, in favor of his sis- ter. Mrs. Edna. K. Bonslett, Kimmsl disappeared from Arkansas City. The convict's deposition consists of 700 typewritten pages, through which, he Kessab to save their lives, have re- turned and many of them are desti- tute. from his seat. He thus fell to the will be a mighty good one and be to eret an A 1 plant. This city there ought to .u.v.i_u iiis aenu jnt; tnus ieii to tne x j ground first and the machine camejis nOt built On tbe cheap John st-vle- quick. A iinri' u.i_iu LUC Jiiaujlllt; came down after him. To witnesses it thc citizens are of the penny- court experience properly ad- i peared that the lieutenant Vas jwisc poand foolish bind who wil1 bu-v ing to keep the aeroplane at a i a- thmgr 'because lt is cheap- anle. The machine was damaged. i GOING TO TRINITY niui_j. j_iiajj. J.U IU