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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 16 The Letiibridge Daily Herald, Friday, May 13th THRESHED OUT THE MAIL SERVICE QUESTION Senator DeVeber Discussed the Matter With the Board Of Trade-Inspect- or Bruce's Peculiar Report-Various Complaints .At tbe Board Trade executive provided in the Dominion estimates Those present su the meeting were pvirpose of partly puvchas President C. G. K. Nourse, Vice Presi- ins post oliice sice. Wiien U" 0. K. P. Couy- jbeare, K.C., A. B. Stafford, A. Tilley, IMV started he pointed out that it 0 !il. .Macbeth, Secy. McNicol, Mayor would take at least three years to AUams and Seuator Geo. DeVebor. council luncheon at the Alexandra Cafe yesterday afternoon, Senator De- Veber, who was present, stated, dur- ing a discussion on the post office s question, that Inspector Ross, of Otta-jcomplete the b.uildiug, but he hoped) __ wa, would be here prouably next woolcitliiu it would be a structure to agaiii'gro into the matter oi' and cue that would serve' ling a street mail delivery sy.su'Ui. The obstacle that hitherto had stood iu the way was not that the streets or houses were not properly numbered b.ut that space was not available for operating tbe service, but will doubtless be surmounted by using tem- porarily the basement in the Higiu- botliaui block. Bruce's Report C. A. Magratb, M. P., wrote ihe board, enclosing a oopy of a letter in and Lethbridge, will j one who owes last month's rent, aud from the Postmaster General to act with Calgary inlying a'it goes." is the ultimatum banded ister of Public Works Pugsley, aud j proportion of ;he Calgary represent-i down by managers of fashionable bot- a report made :o the Post Office De- jive's expenses, and give him a dining rooms in Pitrsburg. Abridge many years. j MUST Co-Operate With Calgary A letter was received from the Cal-; gsiry Board of Trade in connection i with Vancouver's application for j freight favors which were discussed at the las: meeting of the Lethbrulgej Pitlsburg, Pa., .May out executive council. The Calgary board the comedy, 110 matter what your sex is sending u representative to a con- or your bank roll. This for the son ference about ihe matter to be heldjor daughter of the millionaire, or the in Women as Well as Men Warned to "Cut Out Comedy" When in Fashionable Cafes. partmeut at Ottawa by Inspector D, A. Bruce, of Caigary, concerning the sit- uation ht'iv. Mr. Magrath. said ho bad only just got hold of a copy oi' the correspondence, although the re- port been made in January lasv. The Postmaster General in writing to PugsK'y said that in view of the re- for LwhbriUge, and ibe Secretary was j Al the supgestlon of the license instructed to vrite the Winnipeg i cmirt some Qf Uu? mde Board of Trade to that effect. [0 Iheir-putrons and there Telegraph Service not a few young society women A. Tilley, called attention to :he t who have been told by the managers telegraph service. He thought tbe'finally chat they are not wanted at all. service needed kicking about almost It has been only a short time since .as much as -rue mail service. When; one of -the best known young rich wo- por: he did not consider that the pub- coauaercial OIlice of Pittgb ,vho wm ,n JuQe ,c v.as suffering any inconvenience a. movfed fmm Strm lo hej. m Io Leihbndge since the registration and ha, TV, D 0 young busmess man' was asked f, 7 T Continue her semi-weekly visits dld' K money order department had been moved Aipstairs, no. from overcrowding. Mr. Bruce's report to the same effect. He added, how ever, that if Lethbridge continued :o grow increased facilities would grptt, ncreased wciliues uould cer- tainlv bf inri nnrhmo- chnn- f 5 -sncjp- of a public building %vou5d suffice night cafe of Pittsburg be- live caiise Some of the T" "Sllvery a to Moon" empty glasses with spoons. T{ f jjfupie ueen i been sent until yesterday, he instanced th-u there will not be anv such do De fln- such do" n v i P Servlce G Was re'iings Uiis coining season. If Senator DeVeber was invited to tell ceiving. The president suggested rha: the roysterers" insist there will be no Moutl.eal last Salurday aud it had nol what he had been able to learn about i'anyone having a complaint, make a the situation while a-: Ottawa. memo of instances for about a week He pointed out that the report of j and he would place it before the Sup- Inspector Bruce had been made at Ot-; enntentiem of telegraph on his next tawa about Jan. (Senator: yisit here. DeVeber) arrived at Ottawa about thei Claims Settlement twelfth and immediately went before! There was some discussiou ou ,he the government verbally and the Post difficuUy merchant8 had iu geiting license for the offending places next Office Department promised to install claims settled with the C. P. R., and a street delivery system, here right j severai instances were given of'exas- away. Inspector Ross came on to Lett- penning delays and bluffs made. The bridge immediately with all the para- pnrenalia necessary to install the sys- secretary was instructed to take the matter up with the district claims tern. He returned to Ottawa, however, agem at Calgary and reported an insurmountable diffi-1 culty. NO space could be secured from i aUr'Cr S V'Stt which to operate the service Senator DeVeber stated that Sir Wil- T frid Laurier. Hon. G P Graham ami When Inspector Ross is here u, s.' week. Senator DeVeber said he would tote up him the suggestion that poUUcal touf naa been made that the basement the Higinbotham block could be n porarily engaged. A .me -Postoffice The repeated to the board west NO MONEY FOR HIS CHILDREN. Pastor Cleworth Says His Children Must "Root Hog or Die" After His Death. Lethbridge. On President Rylands I seconded by A. Tilley, the secretary, i was instructed to write the Premier expressing the hope that the Board of Chicago, May the Lord helps me I won't leave a cen-t to my children. I will leave them the ad- vice to 'root hog or die.' That's what I received as a heritage, aud that's what they will get." These sentiments were voiced from uie pulpit of the Western, Avenue Methodist church last evening -when speak at a tne Rev. Gilbert D Cleworth, pastor w I-AJ tit iijc: U the mtormation which he has previous- Trade would have the pleasure of en ly given-to the Herald, that the tertaining him on his visit here. of the church, made an appeal for more money for church improvement. "The folks who don't give to the he said, "are usually those who are sore on themselves, and take it out on others, especially the preach- ers." A Gilt Edged Investment _ 160 acres oi tlie choicest ir- rigated land on tae ditcn, and only 31-2 miles s.e. of this city. Price per acre This beautiful piece of land is easily worth an acre at the present time. Free automobile service to look this over. Keel's Extraordinary Special Values For To-morrow, Sat MODERN SYSTEM CLOTHES Suits for There are exceptional reasons why you should look at the "Modern System You will find in them everything that can be found in a good garment-everything that your physique demands. They are clothes of a kind you look best in; Your own in- terests should prompt you to see these elegant suits For your head covering, we would suggest a genuine Panama, we have a large range of these in stock in the most popular and SATURDAY SPECIAL PRICE and Men's Underwear, Summer weight, sateen finish shirt and drawer, regular per suit SATURDAY SPECIAL PRICE 75c PER SUIT KEEL OLIVER BLOCK "THE STORE FOR A SQUARE DEAL" JAPAN MOURNS WITH BKITAIX fGHOST IS "LAID" WITH A CLUB. IMinoisan Battles Fellow Employe Who Has Been Terrorising In- Kiuu: Edward Culled the! Habitants Of Town. i Personification of Peace Tokio, May as Great Britain's ally, has received the news of King Edward's death with found sorrow. The ball oi Prince j Alva Kale liad a chlb Asaka, planned for this evening, been postponed and all public iunc- i tions have, been suspended. i Paris, iu., May The ghost for two weeks has many persons has been and as a result a badly battered man is "laid white thing came in front of him last night, and lie used his club until tbe ghost begged for mercy. When Kale helpjecl ihe ghost to its feet and in- to the gas plant, where Kale is em- ployed, 'he was astonished to find that it was a fellow employee named T. Hale. Tbe latter has not explained his mo- tive in ploying the ghost, and as ,he was in a precarious condition the phy- sicians will not let liim bo interview- led. OKLAHOMA CHARTER LOSES. Oklahoma City, Okla., May new charter providing for the com- mission form of government, was de- featea by fifty-nine votes in an elec- tion here yesterday. Coarse Russian braid, row upon row soutache in intricate patterns and sou- tache in hanging knors, constitute the trimming for outdoor garments. Tt. the demise o- For terms and particulars apply Real Estate and Financial Brokers Lethbridge, Alta. 414 Round Street L5ritish monarch will not affect thu alliance of the two countries. j Tin- press is unanimous in its ex- i pressions of grief and in declining lhat the death of King is. a severe loss, not only to drent Bri- tain, but to the cause of peace and humanity throughout tlic world. The papers will be and will devote columns to the laic king. The Kokumin, generally vised as a I government, designates j FOdward as the personification of :peace. j Toe Ashai is ,11 a loss to know. jhow the. world recover that oi i it was hy dt-ath. The Ilnchi, in a special et'.iiion con- i taintns; ft column printed in I expressed the hope Itm the spirit of j peace cncouracrd by ihe late mon- arch may ]onp; remain {ho for international policies. j Tlic -liji calls Kdwanl tho great' 'benefactor of peace and humanity. papers rM'xr similar comments. It is statcrt that ihe emperor and empress arc deeply grieved. Bift! Always ?i IValurp of ilio spring and siunnior Jnidc, with slylcs. fjUJililios niul llic UNION LABEL on our o-dods. ;nx> mnly to niori liavc mei the refjuinMiMMils of those who to dress e control some the hest selling lines .of clothino- n, ('aiuidri. with vaiin- always in evidence. Your choice here is con- ined !o oenuniely ;MK! rio-hi nj> to the minute. The hes! are none (oo For ihe nre and we make it insure you ahsolnte in classed iailored Barmen is. The Lethbridge Tailoring Co. I'liion Made Clothiers. I and 2 Whitney Bloek. >F. Kay, Manager B. McKay, ;