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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ULf.HMID.at, WtlNKIDAY, MAY I Jdfl, ICE CREAM ftew Parlors opened at the Belgium Kestaurarit, opposite the station Fretk Ice Cream art Fruit Every Day EUGENE HEYTENS Road Proprietor Fifty Years of Leadership Sufwd Cteifciif has beet favorably ki ,wi U the puMic of Caaala for over half ceatiiry s _thit to always First. Sanfurd c (be ckrtiiif of tie Past, the Present, aid the Future. Once Worn INSIST ON THIS BRAND W E. SANFORD MFG. CO. LTD. HAMILTON, ONT. WINNIPEG, MAN. OPERATOR MULLIN HAS BEEN ACQUITTED Bay by (Ms Trademark The most important part of a. Spring Suit or Overcoat is the Fit-Reform trademark. It is the only thing you need look for when you have found it. it means that everything else has been looked out for. Buy your new Suits and Overcoat by the Fit-Reform trademark and you are certain to buy satisfaction. Spring Suits and Overcoats up. (Continued from Front duty if he had known that any train lad pussed to have reported it as the witness Workman said; He should have refused the order if he mew the train had passed and to wire in "S D" "signal displayed" when the train had passed, was an ict of negligence and was the- cause of the'accident. The changed order goes to Pincher and Brocket simul- taneously, the train 1443 starts out as fast as possible, if he had sent in word that the train had passed, the r could have ordered 1443 to remain at Brocket and averted the accident. "Tlie Crown does not say for a min- ute that Mullin had intended to cause an accident but he failed in the res- ponsibility lie accepted as an opera- tor, and as such is guilty." As -to1 the headlight, there is no evidence to show that the lantern put on the head of the engine went out. The whole matter lies in the fact that if the order had not been ehang- the accident would not have oc curred and the operator was respon- sible for the changing of the order. The running of trains on Sunday mak- es no difference to the responsibility for life. Mr. McCaul said he was not asking or any sympathy for the accused 'The despatcher does, it is true, de >end upon the operator for informa- i Tomorrow Grand I millinery Opening AT C. A. Cooksley's NEW HILL BLOCK I I I Do You Make Pastry? If so, our 'Royal Patent Flour Will interest you Royal Patent Pastry Flour It will 6ave you 25 per ceot iu lard The flour is cheaper than ordinary hard wheat flour. Made from the blending of soft and hard wheats. Your Grocer has it now Ellison Milling Elevator Co, Ltd, Raymond Magrath Lethbridge FERGUS CITIZEN DEAD Ferguson, Ont., May feinplen, carriage builder and senior nembeTr of the Templen Manufactur- ng Co., died suddenly today of heart failure. HALIFAX CITIZEN DEAD Halifax, A. Hendry, surveyor and civil engineer for sixty, years, died'here tonight, ag, d 85, of McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for TABER TALK May interesting bits ket ball match .will be played here on next Friday on the Athletic Grounds between the Calgary and Taber teams itf local boys are in good form ami sant outing. Well provided with fish- ing tackle they had a nice walk after expect to give a right good account of themselves. W. C. McAskilo returned this morn- ing from Calgary where he made pur- at breakfast lo the river when the mor- ning spent in piscatorial c'fforts, the Imlies having the greatest success The entire day would have I wen most enjoyable were it not but that tit two o'clock In the afternoon the rain com menced pouring down steadily. Sev- eral gentlemen in the Town with great thought and gallantry, guessing the awkward plight they were place( in, immediately procured some teams and led by that gallant gentleman, .Mr. Thos. Hodgson, proceeded lo the ion but on the other hand, the op (raters depend upon the despatcher or clear and distinct messages. The nessage received by the operator a Pincher Station was not clear. DCS jatcher Workman admitted that tb clearest meaning that could have oeen placed upon the message was 'Is there an eastbound train Mullin was not charged with no snowing that the train had passe and hence can not be convicted upoi that fact, whatever the cause of sue an event may have been. He canno be found guilty for not knowing th train hud passed. This the Crow says is the cause of the acciden There must be shown a careless an reckless disregard for duty before you can find him guilty. You must re- member that up to the time he re- ceived the message Mullin did not know there was a train on the line. There was nothing in the message to indicate which way the trains were travelling. The telegram according to the company's rules meant anything hut what the dispatcher meant. Each of the witnesses tried to evade his res- ponsibility and to shove it on to the unfortunate man. If the case proves anything, it proves that the C. P. R. is responsible for the death of the man Ormsby and it 5s a matter of congrat- ulation that the facts have been brought out in the trial. The ultimate cause of the accident was the illegal merating of freight trains, exc.-pl under certain exceptions, on Sunday contrary to Dominion statutes and they are responsible for the conse quences. Mullin obeyed all the rules of th company. He could not refuse the or der. The minute the message was pneumonia. I The Western linsmittiing, Plumbing and Heating Co, FORMERLY Walsh Peebles Hull Nicholson Are prepared to give their prompt and care- ful attention to ail orders They are experienced men and guarantee till work CALL AND GET THEIR, PHICES V- 1st Sooth if HERALD OFFICE PHONE 266 P.O. Box 1387 Notice Having bought the Colum- bia Restaurant from Jang Wing and Jang Yip. all debts contracted by the restaurant will hereafter be paid by us. WAU CHOW co. WANT ADS 25c. one Insertion. 6 Insertions TENOIRi WANTED Tenders will be received, by the un- dersigned up to 15th day of May aext. for sinking a shaft 6 x 9 feet, on or near Section 26 Township" 9. Range 22 West of the 4th Principal Meridian, the shaft to be carried lo the coal seam but not to exceed 600 feet iu ueptri. Full particulars may be had and specifications seen at the ofioe of George Rogers, or at office of Isaac Banna- tyne Ave., Winnipeg. The lowest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. Dated 28th day of Vpril. 1908. LETHBRIDGE COLLIERIES CO., Limited. 20-11 Winnipeg. 1i WANTED WELL DRILL wanted at once to put down well northeast of Leth- The 0. KMT Co., South- Ji, Lethbridge, AlU-ria. 128-0 WANTED Wanted at once, a lir.st class iron moulder. Apply to The Lethbridge iron Works Co., Ltd. Ask those who regularly visit our Parlor how they like ROCHON'S ICE GRUMI 128-G TO RENT A new 5-room cottage to rent. Ap ply to Mrs. K. Burgess, 1st house east of'Barracks. 128-6 POULTRY WANTED Wanted to purchase for .shipmout tll by Public Auction as above About 30 Head HORSES (Broken and Unbroken) Team of First Class Buggy Horsi s. with buggy harness. MoCuniriek "Reaper :ind Hinder (nearly now.) Oockslmt Gang Plough. Cockshutt Harrows. Moline Sulky Hough. Wagons. Buggies, Mow, r and Horse "Rake, etc. Further Entires of Stock, Imple- ments, Etc., for inclusion in this Sale, invited by THE AUCTIONEERS Office: 410 Round 261 TERMS: Cash. FOR SALE A I'M XT ST. BKRNAttO PUP, one year old. aAddross W. M. Reb.r, 12G-6 POSITION WANTED Kxperif-nced cook would liko work in hotel, especially pastry. Willing Apply Box 323, 126-S SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- lo assist in anyway. WANTED Second year S. P. S. Toronto me- chanical and electrical rngiiu-.-r would like in Lethbridge for a couple of months this summer. Ap- ply Ilnx X, Herald Office. 120-0 WANTED A jjuod general servant. Apply to Mrs. 11. E. Sherlock, Bompas Street 123-0 WANTED c.iTiipetent accountant, positioi Any even numbered section of Do- minion lands in. Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and excepting 8 and G, not reserved, may be homestead- d by any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years of age, to the extent of one-quarter cction of 1GO acres more or less. Application for entry must be made n person oy the applicant at a Do- ninion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency :or the district in which the land is ituate. Entry by proxy may, how- ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son. daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead, duties under one of the tollowing plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in severe n-cident, having accidentally I Inadvertence, and mistakes are one shot his toe off. has now almost re- thing but criminal negligence is an- covered and is able to get about. other. There is no evidence that Mul- Mr. H. W. 'Wright, jeweller, left iin had been reckless or criminal in this morning for Medicine Hat, where I any way that they arc extensively engaged in j hc mpct Mps Wr-ght of Js the dry goods and that hc nrc ,to arrivc therc to. fcrt.m from what might have prcvent- put his son in charge of their branch day on Mrs Wright Ud the accident. The facts enumerat- in wholesale or retail establishm nt, "qualified to take charge of oilier. First clas< references. Rr-ply statin" offer to R. S. Primv. Box 171, Calgarv. Alia. of the establishment hero. On Arbor Day }Iiss McLcod, accom- will stay with some friends ..for a few j ed before were the real causes of the days at Medicine ITat when she will I accident. panicd by other ladies took the chil-! leave for Tuber to make her drcn attending her school for a pica- ent homo. Fair Prices mast be the foundation of every successful atore. This bosineet is conducted along moat economical lines on the cash pay just for your own goods at this store. are therefore in a position to eliminate the tremendous leakaget and heavy expense attached to credit business EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME The Turpin Furniture Judge Siitoii in lii.s charge) to the jury said it was tlu-ir duty toj confine themselves strictly to the cvi-j dence as far as concerns the accused.I "No doubt 1430 was run recklessly' both to the knowledge of the crewl and the dospntcher but they are not on trial. You must confine yourselves only to the charge as laid, as no evi- dence has been given in anything clso. If the evidence convinces you beyond A reasonable doubt that the operator having assumed the duties of his office, neglected those duties so us to cause the wreck, you must find him guilty. But if on the other hand you findNTn.it he did not neglect his duties or disobey orders according to the par- ticulars laid in the charge, you must find him inocent. jury retired but in fifteen min- utes returned with a verdict that al- lowed Mullin to receive his freedom and the congratulations of his friends. The Rlberta Eaitway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots Horth fit tte Eailroal ant M of ffestHinter Rd, FROM FOR RENT Two front rooms with board, bonu- iiokiiifr. meals inc. at the R. Adams House, now run by Mrs. Talb.-ft. WANTED A young girl light and in tak-iii: rare of li.ibies. Apply lo F. J. Keown. R'-ad. each year for three years. A homesteader may, if he so desires, perform tUe required resi- dence duties by living on faming land owned solely by him, not than eighty (80) acies in extent, in the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not less than eighty (30) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY rESSSBSK Interest 6 per cent, per annum One-third cash, one-third months, balance 12 months. Ci (Ind Letttridje, Aiti. WANTED Wantcil immediately, first class liimug iriri Maph- Creek. Sask.. free fare. Apply 1o D.vwner. Co or 1101 Ford Sinvt. Lethhridgt Me-'on a homestead entered for by him in 7icinity, such homesteader inay bin own residence duties by- living with the father (or (4) The term "vicinity" in the two proceeding nJirvgraphs is defined as meaning not more than nine miles in a direct line, exclusive of the width road allowances crossed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to TENDERS WANTED FOR SITE PROPERTY TOWN- TVivltTs will In' up May inst.. for the purchase of forty acres of land, the of Pr sbyteriiin churoh. Lethbridpo di'scrilvxl as the S. 1--1 of th. perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above while living will: parents or on farming land own- ed by bimself must notify thfe Agent the; for the district of such intention, and Six months' notice in writing must X.j be given to the Commissioner of Do- M of S-v. 17 Tp. TJ. 21. W. 4th j minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention Meridian. Thi? property wouLi maki1 j to apply for patent, an excellent townsito for the No. now being sunk. Terms 1-4 e.ish. HnlrtTioe secured nt 2. 4 and 6 months with p r cent, interest. Thc or any tender not aeopie.l. Apply K. U Rylands, oliniriniin U. of M. W. W. COKY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not paid ;