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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA., OF CANADA More Thaa Two Yean oi Successful Orator Idfcn if issued for the use of Travellers, payable in all parts of the world. -Money transmitted to any point by Canadian Bankers' Association Money Order, Draft, Bill of Exchange or Telegraph Transfer. Negotiable Paper handled on most favorable terms. A Deposit starts a Savings Account at any Branch, on which highest cuireut rate of interest is paid quarterly. LETHBRIOQE BRANCH: J. It. Anderson, Manigtr. ABOUT., DAD'S COUNCIL iy tW Mayor's WANTS TO HANG Man Who Killed a Ledge Priion Guard Atkc for Immediate Sentence Deer Lodge, May Rock, the murderer ot guard John A. Rob- inson, the deputy warden at the state penitentiary here, and the leader of the desperate attack made upon the officials, including Warden Frank Conley last March, todjiy pleaded guilty to. a cfiarge of murder in the first degree and begged Judge Wins- ton to accet his plea and pass sen- tence upon him immediately, that he wanted, to hang and end' it all. BUSY DOUBLE LIFE Business Man, Who Taught Sunday Dad and his council have a con- tract ahead of them in getting some one to tuke Chief Parry's place. They have got to get a good man and they will travel some bofer they get one who is as good as the retiring chief. He may not have been as up-to-date and progressive as some of the latest graduates in policology but he is per- fectly straight, was sincere in his ef- forts to catch the bad ones, and he was in earnest in his endeavors to carry out the laws of the city and His Majesty's laws. Being chLf of police is no cinch, especially when the School, Was Burglar by men behind him are pulling his coat- tails instead of shoving him ahead. Four months of that sort of thing is T i i, enough for any man and I only won- London, May with over .7 4 I der that the chief did not pass in his forty burglaries which include the to Uad long before hp Qf taking of worth of diamonds' course> the chie! but a-om the bedroom of the wife of Capt.. things were made so mighty unco.n- Beatty, of Brooklyn Hall, last Deem- fortable for him that he just natural- ber, John Frederick Spencer, a re- iy quit and decided to lead the sim- ipected business man and Sunday pie on a fruit. {arm I've giving Dad a tip .about Don't be behind the times and out of date. Have your home, office or store electri- cally lighted throughout. Let us install a system of lighting in your home. It wil cost lit- tle, but please you very much. MeKENZIE ff ROY St., Lethbridge, A1U. Phone 204 school teacher ,is under arrest. It i giving uau tppears that at night, armed with a opiates to quiet deepen, and with one knowg the dinners from the kitchens, steal what is put out for the cat, scale the chick- ens and gobbles up the grub when they like it, soiye the babies and ladies, and generally make such nuisances of themselves that the only wontler that people are fools enough to have, them at all. The only reason I can sec is that the dogs behave themselv- es fairly at home and out up their didoe- on other people's places and on the street, if people wnnt dogs for pets, or play things for the kids, or as watchdogs to bark at the moon and keep other people awake the least they can do is to keep them in their own yards in the daytime and out of sight of the moon at night. Talk about people not considering other people. The dog owners beat all I ever saw for pure unadulterat- ed selfishness and miserable cussed- Of Interest to Women things arc as they should be, their only order to him will U- to know the law and enforce it. There's another thing. When now policemen are to be chosen, the chief ghould have the say-so. This city has piates to quiet spers an wit one knowg the stereot d 'lifi had enough experience with thft coun- >oison to kill dogs he robed his bun- tiona of abgolute int u fearlcss_! oil's overriding the chief's recommend- iftcu unrl c Jr i i it. _ _i. ness and church acquaintances. ESTABLISHED 1 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. ;400 BOARD OF DIRECTORS ness, strength to control his men, im-lations and the choosing. A man partiality, freedom from etc. luis no to be of These are old. But I've been whis- if he is not of Picking out J pering it into Dad's ear that men and he br- 5 he gets a chief, he doesn't want one if the council trusl this that is always blowing about himself matter- This busines of pull, through and what he can do, or one that is fraternity or charity, is all ORBIN TAKES AN INTEREST Frank, May Rocky Moun- tains Cement company has been given a big lift through having one of the greatest of Western American financi- ers become interested in it. The in- dividual in question is D. C. Oorbin, president of "the Spokane-Internation- al railroad company who has had a conspicuously successful caree financier and railroad builder 5n the RECEIPES Chocolate Coating for Cream Mints Melt sweeted or unsweetul choco- late in a double boiler until thick and smooth. Run a skewer into each nn'nt and dip in the melted chocolate until thoroughly coated. If the mint is too hard to be impaled without breaking, dip it in with a pair of candy tongs. Lay the candies on waxed paper to dry. Chop Suey of Beef Break into the kettle half a package of spaghetti, cover with salt water and boil. When almost tender add half a of Put butter in frying pan and fry in it three hirgt onions, sliced, brown. Add twr pounds of beef mti through the ma- chine. When ail is nicely browned add the spaghetti and tomatoes, stir, boil for a few minutes .and serve hot. Lemon Custard Pudding Orated rind and of two lemons one largo cup sugar, four heaping ta- blespoons of corn starch. Stir togeth- er and add two large cups boiling ;er and a tablespoon butter and let until it looks clear, Add yolks of three eggs, lastly the well-beaten whites stirred in. When cold serve with whipped cream. Maple Perfect Beat four eggs slightly and pour on them slowly one-half pint hot maple syrup. Cook until the mixture thick- ens and cool it, then add one tea- spoon almond extract. Remove from the fire, cool and add one pint thick cream beaten until stiff. Mold, pack in ice and salt, and let stand for four hours. Halibut in Creole Style A thick square piece of halibut or other fish if preferred. Wash it and lay on a baking dish.' Season with salt and pepper. Chop a clove of white garlic about the size of a beta and strew on the fish', then put on a cup of canned or fresh tomatoes. Bake until the flakes separate. Dish with- out breaking. Uncooked Eggless Chocolate Frottmg Take out about two tablespoons rich cream and into it beat all the pulverized sugar it will hold. When nearly stiff grate into it your choco late. If it gets too stiff dilute with a little more cream, then spread on your Sir fl. Montagu Allan President Jonathan Hodgson, Esq. V ice-President C R. Hosmer, Esq., Esq., C. F. Smith, Esq., Hugh A. Allan, Esq., C. VI. Hays, Esq., Alex. Barnet, Esq., F. Orr Lewis, Esq. E. F. Hebden.......................'..-. General Manager The Bank lias 119 branches and agencies distributed throughout Canada. New York Agency, tJrJ and 65 Wall St. SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS invited, and special atten- tion is paid to small deposits. Interest ut 3 per cent, per annum, compounded four times a year. Drafts, Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current rptes LETHBEIDOE BBANCH- E. W. .McMULLEN, Manager always chasing newspaper report- rs to the bad whfen il coines lo the to make that he gets public which 'more than any oth-r de- it for every vag that is run in or that' purtment be details himself to look after the big such Thc best irf none to good affairs for fear one of the constables oven if Wli have to to will make a rep There's another !um- pointer I wwit to hand out and it is this, that a real bang-up A 1 chief of police won't .stand for any interference Lethbridge is apparently not the only burg that has the dog nuisance. The Calgary city fathers are consid- i ering whether they should coiup. 1 council or any one else except per- f l i..._.....t.___ l. I the owners to lead their dogs by a from the council. He is not there to take his orders from Dad or the council or any one else except per- haps when lie is in doubt as to what the Jaw is. I string. Great tails council nas pass- But his only duty LS to' wl a by-law putting dogs in the same list with cows or horses, forbidding them to roam at large. must enforce the law as it is on the books. If Dad and the council advise him not to enforce the law in any partic- ular, a good chief will advise them to not go off the owner's premises ex- Mr. Billie Sharratt Ventriloquist and Mimic At liberty for Smoking Concerts, Parties, etc. Ventriloquism taught copt when in charge of some one. mind their own business which is to t And whv shouldn t thevr 11 bH my make the laws for the city and leave 1, 4 41 -f i c -11 -r. x ..'hat that if all the cows in the city it to him to enforce them. But if were turned loose, and it sometimes looks as if they were, they would not be nearly as great a nuisance us the dogs. The miserable brut.'? go over, through and under fences, run over and dig up lawns, gardens, and flow- er bvds, sneak into houses, swipe the THE MACLEOD COURT HOUSE W HERE THE FATE OF MA INE PYLYPZUK IS BEING SETTLED r IF LOOKING FOR FARMLAND READ THIS i MAGRATH The Garden City of Alberta Holds the distinction of being one of the best agricultural and horti- cultural districts in The largest yields of Fall and Spring Wheat were raised in this district last If you are looking for good farms we have some bargains you cannot afford to overlook 1600 acres, railroad running through farm and elevator on west side of farm, 580 acres broken, running water, good soil and grass, fenced on all sides, an ideal farm. Price per acre, balance crop payments 320 Acres, all Fenced, Extra Good Soil and Grass. .This is one of the best buys in Southern Alberta at per Acre, part Cash, Balance on time 160 Acres, 4 miles from town, all Prairie, at per acre. 640 Acres, 4 miles from town, all Prairie, per Acre 160 Acres, miles from Elevator, 80 in Spring wheat, balance in Stubble, not one foot of wasteland, all fenced, price part cash, plenty of time on balance. 640 Acres, 4 miles from town extra fine, fenced on 3 sides, running water, small cash payment and balance on crop payments We have other Farms that will interest you HE ATHERSH A W TURNER MKGRKTH ;