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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May 18.. 1911.. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. Phone 646. TO-MORROW NIGHT PROF. MENTAL HYPNOTISM, PSYCHIC AND MYSTIC CO. MAGIC AND ILLUSION, VENTRILOQUISM, MIND READING, MESMERISM, SONGS, ETC. THE MOST TALKED OF PERFORMANCE OF THE SEASON 25c. PEACH DIED FROM Is the Opinion of Provin- cial Rob- ertson Sane? (Special to the' Calgary, Altai, May Rcvell provincial pathologist, who was W. B. Shorman, IVIgr. Phone 646. Three Nights, commencing Monday, May 22nd Mr. Griffith MONDAY Supported By Miss Edith Trotter And a Competent Company in the Following Plays: Faust." "Othello." "The Bells." A Good Defence Against tie White Plague Ko-cae can'afford to lessen their pro- ducing power to-day, and to have power you must have good machinery. The human body is the greatest ma- chine ever e most wonder- ful mechanism in the world. It is sheer economic waste not to keep your body in-the-best condition. There is excuse for allowing the tissues'to become attacked by the white plague. You need your health and Canada needs you. it by building up your reserve forces and bodily defences. The best defence you can get i? Nyal's Cod Liver-Compound, tissues-an5. prevents A delicious tonic the stand in the Robertson trial this! jzer> puts, on-good, solid flesh, and makes morning, was of the opinion that you feerfitffor any .task Poach died from bullet wounds, and! For the .puny and backwara child there that the given the Nothing; sensational is therefore ex- pected unless Robertson yesterday established the fact that'.he is quite ATTEMPTS TO PULL CONDUCTOR FROM HIS TRAIN A by-law of the- Village of Stafford in the Province of AlberU to raise sum of. Fifteen Thousand Dollars? tor the purpose of constructing a water 'works system in the said VII- credit of'the said Village the aaia sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars au.d to issue debentures the manner hereinafter mentioned. AND WHEREAS the value -of the; to retire the said rlebeu- Medicine Hat, May Ben Johnson did not succeed'' in pulling Conductor Dan Robt-rvsoti a'tures. i 'moving C'.P.K. -freight' train at Sui-1 U'HERKAS it is denned advisable iage and to issue debeiitures for the j ratable property of the Village of Sta'i-i said sum and to provide for the accord ing to the last revised; cssment and collection of the sums assessment roll is Ninety-seven'Thous- and Seven Hundred and Seventy-five a News of the assault j estimated amount of such on the trainman was bY ought to 'this i ture being Fifteen Thousand iOOO) Dollars. sane, though .'nothing has" been made public in regard to the examination. D. S. Mon'at, accused's lawyer, was I present during the examination. TO-DAY AN Eventful Evening A Story of a GirFs Bravery During a ALBER.TA .'DRUG BOOK CO. j. D. 'HIGINBOTHAM co. .'.JA.CKSON COPE ALEXANDER One for each everyday ailment J. P. LOW WON THE SLANDER ACTION (Continued from Front Page.) Aridro Yimpely, age twenty-two, dropped dead yesterday near his resi- dence on f William .street, Stafford Village, death being due to heart fail- ure. Deceased was a.miner belonging! to the Miners' Union, and very well known. He was also a member of the Miners' Band and two Roir-an He had lookedj Catholic Orders. 'down into the hole and was sure there tbmor- premises and was with Low when the of this refused the train, was pulling'out of Suiliekl and the'cqnUuctor'had hoarded the caboose, Johnson .grubbed the train- man's lepV Avbrakcniaa saw the act and sprang .to his superior's assist- ance. Dollars. AND-WHEREAS the amount of-the existing debt of the Village of, Staf- fer current principal or interest thereof being in arrears.. AND .WHEREAS Twelve Hundred land Fifty-five and 19-100 location of i Dollars is the total amount required mains for said water works to be raised annually by special rate follows: ''for a period of twenty (20) years for rtr, Roart Paying the said debt and interest there- is on csnuiiisier .ntMu ardv. last mgnt a.m., ]esg. fQ a t QIJ thc aonherly ;ENAGT AS FOLLOWS: ed in a' box car found .Johnson boii'udary of the first mentioned street, The command 'to: brought a point is 30 feet easterly of the STAFFORD sleepy North East oorner ot Lot 1, adjoining -Please go wav and'let me jsaid William St.; thence northerly and -ui- A 'parallel to tne easterly boundarv of ihe officers, were obliged to B for a distance of ten the car for they man. .lie was before I tliellce a 6 incb pipe easterly and par- was remanded until tomorrow, DEMOCRATS MAY DESERT PRESIDENT i SI Dollars payable in tvea.tr i 20) equal annual instalments of i Twelve Hundred and Fifty-five and no more liquor th-ere after Low The funeral will takri place row morning at ten o'clock from his taken out the TOUT bottles and residence to sackful. He was not in the office with Father Rosenthal officiating. !o'f the stable as Pratt had stated. The funeral will be under the A. B. Spencer toW of Low buying tion of R G Members of a suit from him on Sept. 9th and of the Catholic Society, the Union and paying seen Pratt talking to-Mr. Stod- 1 rt nf VT fl f IT 1 1 TTTTl the Band are requested to meet 1. That for the purposes aforesaid It shall be lawful for the said Village of Stafford and it-is hereby authorized and' repaired :to cause debentures of the Village -of Staf- ford to be made, executed and issued. Magistrate Kealy this morning and allel to the northerly boundary the amount'of Fifteen Thotuwud. Block C, 331 feet more or lees to a j point on the easterly boundary of j, Block B. whi-ch point is northerlv 101 .f ,_ feet from the North East comer .of Dollars on the lota Block C. thence continuing- in the of m each year for same direction for a distance of 10 fest! Lftent> 5ears. the last mentioned course, thence a j 2. That the sairt debentures" shall G inch pipe northerly and parallel to j be "sealed with the seal of the .Tillage the easterly boundary of Block A 324! of Stafford and signed by .the feet more or less to a point HI the Councillors and the Secretary Trcas- northerly boundary of the S. E. 1-4 urer of the said Village siall be ol Set-. 7. Tp.'ft, west of the 4th'payable in Canadian Currency at the Meridian, which point" is-10 feet east-' Merchants Bans of Canada at the Ci'ty Toronto, Out., May Tele- erly the ncnj1 east corner ofjof in the .Province of grj.ni's special from 'Washington, D. C.. states li the .senate adds to the Canadian reciprocity bill or oihcr- residence at eight o'clock a. m. j Jdard, one afterwards.. sharp. wise amends it so as to make it un- partners of the firm, j acceptable to President Taft or to Canada, the Democratic house cannot j he relied upon to stand, by the presi- Low on the Stand Blcck A; thence northerly and parali- i berta. el to the westerly boundary of the right The said debentures siall bear of way of the Alberta Railway Ir- (.interest at the rate of five and one- rigation Company's spur" to No. tl. shaft [half. per cent per annum pey- 'a distance of 274 feet thence easterly i aDie yearly on the 15th day of, Kovena- and parallel to the northerly boundary j Der in each year during the currency of above mentioned S. E. 1-4 Sec 7, a distance of 300 i Mr. Low- went on the stand, being j dent and .jnsist upon the amendments AND WHEREAS by virtue of- Sec- Go to COAIDALE RESTAURANT Bank will erect 'a nine-story office building in Winnipeg. Heavy rains are reported all through i Manitoba and Saskatchewan. poundkeeper. or and dog tax collector, all for S -whereupon the judge re-i Democratic marked that it no ibair was 'gettina: gray. of the -said debentures and sliaH hava coupons attached for the payment ot each instalment of principal and in- -'.debentures and ecu- be made payable at the Bank of Canada in the LethbricLge aforesaid and shall jbe payable for the amouuts and shall wavs and means committee, the chief for the said purpose. tariff.'maker made tins' AND WHEREAS it-is deemed ad payable on the dates and times fol- wonder his (clear today. The pound! "What will he the attitude'of the able to raise by way of loan on'the .'lowing, that is to jwas.kept yard adjoining-Pratt and! Democratic majority in the house to-. Qn j_th Of November........ .1912' stable and Thompson bad} Ward the senate, amendments to the1, on the loth Da'y of It is'Stated that the international madej deputy keeper.. He col-j Canadian bill Mr. Underwood was {strike of sailors and firemen is fixed for May 25. lected .the fees and kept out 25 cents per day per animal for keeping them, i! The'jn'ew German' military dirigible turning the the money over to For Good Meals and Quick Service was wrecked during a trial flight. Two passengers were The German naval manoeuvres have revealed the fact that Germany has only four Dreadnoughts ready for ac- tion. Sir Edward Grey is inviting an ex- jpression of public opinion regarding asked. He replied: "The Democrats of the house believe that the Canadian Mil On the 15th Day of November........3914 Lpw every two or three days. Mr. Low kept his horse in the stable but provided his own feed. Witness made with Thompson's attempting to bribe him j duty in sending the measure in its on that occasion by offering him as "uch as ?150 if he _ not search ;pire. Two hundred structural steel work- to pav iC.-: t sixty days ing from a payment of land. Dec. ers on the G- T. P. Calgary branch. _ have gone on strike. They are work- J8 -he pudI and ater bad paid the jing whh L steel He took the smt to the On the 15r.h Day of November........1915 On the 15th Day of November.......-.1916 On the loth Day of On the 15th Day 1.918 ought to go through both branches of Qn the lath Day of November.....'.. J.919 amendments. We On the loth Day of- November........1920 On the loth Day of November........1921 Day of November___'___1S22 On the 15th Day of November........J922 On ihe loth Day of On the Day of November........1925 O'n the loth Day of November. ----192G On the loth Day of November. On the 15th Day of On the loth Day of On the 15th Day of November-........1930 On the loth Day of November.......-.1931 is Sid of the searchj stood hv the president in the house, un tne lot, ,-ith McEwen and told also of I but I consider that we have done original shape over to the senate.'7 Princinal Interest Total SO] .24 750.04 722 ..27 692.95 662.04 620 ..40 594.98 Sag. 67 520.36 479.94 .437.30 Alix. Morris Mortimer, steader in the O'w !he votes. ;otherp of (jefendant's and are suggested by Justice j g 3ist 0[ May. ISM. j He" wanted to know why Pratt had tak-JHarlan's dissentine: view in the Stan- af h0ur Of ten o'clock in the fore- !en the numbers of the bills Thompson !dard Oil case. iis said to have given and also Sioddarrt was noi: called to cor- jroboraie Pratt, The cause of t'he de- fen riant fell down from the fact that the causp of tho bribe was removed by ithe sworn evidence of McEwen thatj I there was no liquor left in the hole. of the Village of Stafford in the eront of the consent of the rate be- ing obtained thereto after-three iroeks from the llth day of May 19.11, being the date of the first 'publication there- of in the Lethbridge Herald, that the vote of the rate payers wfll.be taken on the proposed by-law on the 2nd day of June. 1911, between the hours of nine o'clock in the foreaoofl and five o'clock, in tite affertiocai at the Village Hall ia the Vilage oi! Staf- ford. Charles Peacock, Sec retary-Treasu re'r. .fustic? Srott in his summary of the! remarked t.hav McEwen's evi- 'dence must be taken in preference to jpratt's and Thompson's and also that could not swear that the money saw Thompson give Low was the; 1 marked bills and not some pound j feed. He commented strongly on the) iflefence not calling Stoddard and that! 'the statement of Low regarding the' must he taken as correct. He therefore found judgment, as stated 'above. EASY PAYMENTS is the modern way of doing business. We are glad