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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta W0K IBR1D6E.HERALD PRINTING CO., LTD. &D. AUSTIN, Editor and Manager. lilOkftAN, Supt. ol Job Department. SUBSCRIPTION: �Avise S1.50 a year �S.OO a year If!" ' ADVERTISING. if1 Month - 41.00 Per Inch 1-: The Dail^n Herald. 'Tor some months the Herald has Oirtomplatcd entering the field of ��-dally Journalism nml xve are now ptv-parod to nnnouncc that as soon as ?aoino of the mowl up-to-dute muchln-ttry arrives nnd is Ins-ttilled we will iJeoinmcnee the publication of .tin: Loth ^bridge ftvtulng Herald. -Wo realize that xxt will be criticl/.- roafta land ami money in abundance nnd Tor n time it swined as though wo hiul allowed llu-m Immunity from i punishment l)tit 'that ixlen is shaken by the decision of .Judge llhhlell. ! The railroads must, be made to sll up straight in Alberta too. The law should Ix? enforced against then! the same as It is against individuals who cause Ilk' less of life or destroy other people's property. A corpor.i-tion should not lie shown any favor. It should be trented on the same has- j is as the eoinmon keople. The Defeated Bv-Luyvs. The Council tllit the bylavi the same date is submitted, there will be tins tleei i>-ai'.v, ns compared for example with the Uuthei ford goxvrnmenl in Alberta." An Athens, Out., man row "I u New York millionaire who came tier-fishing each xenr. The wealthy > i.mi e' and be able to finish' with smeller pipe. His offer for an entirely ti,oiiilly'orgiiin'/.tHt nnd pqmiJpod to act us Kxoctttor undor wills, Alako n will inul nppoittt thin Couipimy your executor. THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. (llend Ollico, Toronto) Capital mid Ut-scrve, - $2,200,000, Public AilininiHtmtor for Leihbridgt) �lndioiid District. Advisory Board for Alberto : D. W. Mnrsh, Esq. P, Turner Bono, Esq., Willinin Pearou. Esq. 711 First Street West (Alcxnndor Cortu?r) Cn'.gary. A. G. KOSS. MnnivBer. �d for making this venture but while! princi|11llnif i,vlaws for Well. Henri light. I guess. Hourussa got his nl- The lieJU that failell-assa in ll.llechase. -Ik'tiri Hour- Jssuo a daily that every citizen of �\Lvthbrlrige and Southern Alberta will Sbo proud to proclaim as a product 'of this district. a lew hundreds or thousands of dollars every fexv weeks. Debentures for such small amounts are hard to sell ; prolitahl.t. If the evlimale- coul I )� The Daily Herald will nim to give;,uul, S(, as t, X(Kti. ,,,, ,,,,,., ,,.fl,r, ,*11 the news just as tlij> weekly has .'�in the past and us for the weekly it will be improved in many respects and will maintain its (dace as u .Cncxvsy nnd bright paper. i tWe have e\cry confidence in the future of Southern Alberta and its cup-' Mtul city, i.elhbridge. It will con-' tinue to be our main object to pro-, �i mote the l>est iiTteivsts of this city and district. l.ethluiaily Her-1 "f "M>''opriation to contin.l aid in each issue will be us readable' w borln* until f1"8 is sUutk or fui", �s the Weekly Herald has been in, boring impossible. If the Klec- tach Issue tric CoI1,l,u".v wl" nt>t se" at n r*a-, A rurther announcement ns to the' *�T** lhl' �--ou"cil l'r�H'oses .xax:t .late of the issu� of the Dally lo si�k � new h,,lp- Tlw Electric Herald will I* made in a short time.1 L'ompany's directorate, however, have; In the meantime we would advise ��^"' to sell their hole for u very veryboily to watch for its appearance nnd realize that we ore not boasting when we say that it will Turgeon got Hourussa where he xxaittcd him and then he let him haxe it good and hard. The people haxe to thank Aid. Wat son-and shall we have to add. The Herald-for the nexx bylaw. It's a good one; Mite for it. Walo- up citizens, and lake an interest in one of the bigirest problems in the history of (lie city. This gas proposition means a great deal in the city. I se the ballot to express vmil' opinion. -j-1 An improxement in ambulance serv-ice is lire'led. In a place like l/Mh-bridge where there are many workmen cne.nged in occupations nioiv nr le^s precarious, the ser\ ice should be very prompt. The Herald called attention last week to the fact that the ambulance was over an hour getting lo the station while the late William K. Kraser xvns suffering intense pain. Most cities hnvp a city ambulance nt the fire hull where there is a team always ready to respond immediately to the call either the ambulance or tho fire engine. The city will l>e comparatively safe in allowing one team for both services. The Hoard of Health or the old pipe back again i 1 A Id. Cunningham said that )lr. Freeman hud told him that the coin-1 | puny would sell the uoil for what a similar hole WOl 1.1) cost in addition to the value of the lots. j ; Some of the meinlvei's of the Conn-, cil thought that Mr. lv.it should llu-ish the HUM) foot level and then pro-coed ns he deemed uecessarx . ' There v as no certainty that it. was impossible lo pul Ihe present pipe doxvn � a fexv more feet. ^ ' j The Council dec'ul'd to file Mr.' Peal's report and Hum ihe coinmit- � tcv inlerxiew the F.lectr.'c Company regarding the piiivluise of the present xvell and report on Tuesday niudil. I )l xmis urriilmed for ihe committee to in.-.-i the Kleclrie Company's direc to>ate nt noon on Ti.sda.x and for the Council to meet at 7..'10 lo receive the report. , Tile adjourned meeting of the Conn I cil was held Tuesday evening. the [members present being Aid. Houiuan acting Mayor, in the alwnce of May- , or (itilhruilh. Aids, Olp, er, Vroumun . Watson, and Macbeth. The commit-{ lee composed etroit to Hullalo and last summer a tar of dynamite it v us transporting xplodod at Ts-cx, Out., causing the loss ol several lixes and the ile.-driic-tion of a lot of piM|.i-,,\ . The railro.ul was charged xxith n"gliyene required as Mr. Cent exi'eels lo strike gas letuceli txveii-ty ami I i nlx-lwo huiulr.'il I.�>-I . This lour or six hnndr.il I'e.e will eosi irom'sjixe to s.-x ru thousand dollar*. The |it"'p. a gas s.XSt 111 OX', lied 1 \ iKe iii ll ii it-11 ill 111 X xxith the directorate of the Klcetrie Company the Company olTeiitl to take Sl.'l.UUH in paxment for the xvell This l>eiug barely the cost to them, including the SH'.tHKl paid to J. Feat & Sons, the casing, the two iols, interest, and i.lher incidentals, j The Company nt first asked Sli>.0UO but the committee refusing to consid er it the price xvns. placed at $13,000 Aid. Watson claimed that the borer should go on and finish the xvell .. ... . i ns it is and when the xvell is aim- whutexer other body has the onilm-i he must expect to wait from four to; six months for any result. II is. quite indiflcivnl. | lie (lies a "D spate Note" if lie1 contests the demand, and knows full, xxvil thai if at the end of six months! A does recover a judgement against him the costs which he xvill lie com-! polled to pay xvill not exceed three dollars. A then proceeds to levy by j execution lo realize the judgement and costs but finds that II is immune because all bis assets are exempt from seizure. Tlv xxork done by \'s solicitor usually exceeds whin xxo'dl he required in an action for Slo.tnu). The co>'ts of �11.00 tliut are ta\ed against II are moneys actually ilis-luirsetl by the solicitor or '.y A I is cienl. It's ixiitlay ill the suit l.a.s lu-en ,"i."i cents. The result then of this legi^uitiin is. that solicitors xvill not take env acioiinis for collection if thev c.n axoid it, or. if I hey do and �.harge only a lair fee for the work ilnty. the merchant linds il cheaper to \. r'te the amount oil his books than to try and enforce payment. 1 refuse this business daily and daily debtors come to mv olllce and snv, "sue the account if ,\ oil wish, and if 1 am ultimately forced to pay 1 will. 1 xvill nt least have six months or a year's delay with no laxv costs to pay ami I'll put A to lots of trouble. He won't sue." Debtors who have to be sued are the class v ho titke advantage of this "incxi>erienced litigation" and are Hie only ones who pro (,oul)l ,ms Uvn fit by it lo the groat loss and detri- , |,us) We are certainly in a position to talk business now. Just taken into stock TWO CARS OF FURNITURE The choicest mailt? in Cfinndn, nnd we �ro certainly in n position to talk values, Our casli lmsis only makes this possililo. Our tonus are: Spot cash discount 8 pur cent, or two-fifths cash and balance with note, limited tinic. We arc down to bedrock on prices. We have the ageuey for tho HEINTZMAN PIANO ami tlujgrontust line of SEWING MACHINES on earth, tho ELDRIDGE IfiS?* We guarantee a square dual to all who trade here. trial, where the defendant enters defence, tho creation of the District Courts which will hold frequent sittings in nil parts of tlvj district xvhere theiv is anything to do, xvill obviate this cause of complaint which no a serious one in tho luncv in charge should see that some arrangement is made that there may i t>e no repetition of such dela\-s. I 1 lie I. llit Hi---I..i-- I'l �' X'. I lemur. in i � meant an expen  1 thousand did oo large for the I he pre-ent loll' The Council Took the Tip It did not take the Council long to' take the lip gix'eo-- in last week's. Herald regarding the gas xx\.ll prop-' osilion. Mayor Halhraith had asked the 1'iix Solicitor lo pre|>nrc a bylaxv along th' lines suggested by Alderman Watson's statement at the last in1 ling thai the people xvere oppos-' el lo the piiri'liase of the I'.U-el ric l.i.-h: l'"iiipun.\'s plant. lie then r.id-d a sp .cia I meeting for Saturday n..In lo eon-iler ;h. bx'axx. In op-i ne in ii,g. i li  M., \ or sa id 1 li ��s - -i.i..O in I ,� a c inside!'* i 'ii.tr in lie' i'i; x 11 g r s � i n g will . . ; 1'ieni  \: .,..( I,\ A hleiini li iei ,,; i h. la-l in. -I mg and I Ian pleted, he could complite tlK' xx'ell for; �the city if the bylaw passed. Tho vole should lie taken before the city i buy any pi|ie. If the piix1 can Ik.' drnxvn from l.V-JO feel it should lie draxvn from lfiOO feet. If Mr. f\>nt j xvill take the present hole and guarau j tee to go Ufifin feet, he would be, in favor of ordering the pipe at once, j "J he general opinion of the Council xvns that nothing should be done until the xote has been tuken. The only coiisiilernt ion was xxheiher the xxe|| would be damaged In the mean-tune. I'ni.illx upon resolution Aid. Ciiiyiingham and i Mixer it in.mil iii.it in x iexv of the (act 1 lie cmr rael Ivl xx � n I lie Kl t 'nil' p.ui.x it ii-1 .! . 1 'ee t A S lane. ment of legitimate business. This matter has l>een fully discussed by our Hoard of Trade and in con vention by the Assoc nted Hoards nnd ihe "Small Debt 'Procedure" has l>een pronounced unanimously by the.s-e bodies to have Just the oppo-sit It is quite apparent that the purport and intention of tho Small Debt Procitlure x'ns to simplify rather than complicate the procedure in collecting debts, nnd while in defended cases it did not xvork out satisfactorily when attached to the Supreme effect to what was intended and tfol|rt tlurlB1|,c,on> ,thort, ,, nl,,)ar. reacts directly u,.on the citizen it wa�,'cnt|y ,, mim,, why it flhouW not (,. eminently successful now that the District Court has provided the prop er machinery for its use. The trend ol public opinion today is strongly in | (uxor of laxv-reform and obviation ns cominunica- f.t|. us j^^j,,^ ()f ,Uu. ,.ni|, of foslH-i inteudeil to lieneuT. Yours truly W. ( Lethhridge. ilh Nov., I0r�7. 1VKS. xxiil-i a xx Olllll 111 liX ii,.'. lo i.iiie-rl ,o�e at xxl: I > i i.I .11 - up' la>! b-ine sun-Ill 1.1. I. 'lie llexx | n ij-o-a I xx ill s i.' via e xxh.i are oppti.^ -d to i l.e cli.i-�� of I lie Kleclrie Cool � '� plain n cans they ensder n nun li 1,-s^ I hall I he price i hn.l te )' ' id Under I lie agreement laxv 'i'J'J. Ili.'i'J i !i IZ.'ll ill I .el III nidge has COM lidetice lliat there is gas under ll'.e citx and is d'leriiiin al lo get it nnd  ixxa t as a iiiiinicip.il entrpr.se. The. Council in sulim liim� this lixlaxx, even ti oii';h it is on .second thoughts, is, xve beliexe, Iili"ting the Wishes of the. etretinate. The \ ot  on the 'JTth slmiild show their nppiMMil of t h" I oiineil'.s nclioii in no uti.ti'i'iain xxay. and gixu a decided Xfrdiet on the question of municipal oxx rei-hip. e|i11';.' �! I'.ll able Ill's Uai-lie II. pare I l.i.u a ^ fi i ( la til V d iek, ,l I.. '. leal ,r I th. � I'll x I he '.In- Il it ur sol!  a uu" e;T ' lew XX I, 11 or I o pre eh .-oi and 'xx n 'li P r. Tl:e ^la.x or a fid S 'C.x . -Ire - nr.- I..-x aullit>rt/ si to en I -.' into I'll) ei n i nil t xx 11 II Mich 1 i.'l-'.ll- a- th' ('i oi lit :\ I i.x in i \ i h 11,k prop r atul im 'ie t'oiiiieil max ihink i- In. holing of a �sft 'Clll.^ OUR POINT OF VIEW Xo one can dispute .the lume.-vty of the Calgary Herald since it admit led that the Liberals xvill win in the com ing Dominion elections. , . i Jllu Calgary Herald guessed right ,of Directors or the tleneral Maiiag-' , ,..... ,T , .. ,, . . , , , h the very iirst time when it declared cr of the demndant company, or; llmt Um Li|iL.nlls would win in the ^oaiwno mpon..bo Ulreotly or llolll,lllo|l oIuctlonH. indirectly * * * * resided within tliej _ - hu'UdictlonFof this court, I should Jiavo recommended their being in-tt|iul�d (Ui xvell as the company. * * * . But 1 have not been able to flmlj any |>orson high or loxv, In the svr-yioa or management of the company within the territorial jurisdiction of the court who can be said /to bo in any way the guilty auth-' oi'K of the shocking casualty." *'^o far as our laxv Is concerned, ^'ithOso who are really responsible for  '.tlw bloodshed at Eksox must foo loft ,j','to'''their own conscience, and the ^r, .court of public opinion." s -Tba .railroads have too long been - ^Wte'to jjause tjie loss of Ut* and Sr.�Vfy without bolng punaliz Rlddoll lis to be highly com-y*BW�dpd for bis nltitudo in this case. ''.-Xa' Oanodiv x\'e havo given the rail- j The Calgary Herald had a flno I scoop on the other Calgary palters j tho other duy when it unnounced that tho Llberul party would be iv-turned to power. si 'ii t.ll'.t s'.cll proper lor in. liming of a xxeli to 111 - great.'stt pos-ilde d -ptll for the ]nirpose of asi ,r'. lining whether gas exists under i In- city but the expenditure in i Dim .-ei ion u ilh such boring shall not e\e.....| .SIIII.IIIMI. Clans" II. The Council may aiilh-oriinx the purchase from any person or corporal ion of any existing xx.li for ihe purpose of continuing the boring therein on such \crins lis the Council max de'iu proper, but in m eenl shall the expenditure on boring , including the price of uny e\is>tiug , well e\e,.eil ihe said sum of Sill l.i a ill. I Aid Hoxxman asked if all negoiia-' lions xx ilh Die laeitrie Company xx ere oil. The Mijxor explained that a bargain in the bylaxv xxith the I'.lectric i I Company would meet with opposition. The new bxlmv provided for' the purchase of the existing liole and for the continuance of it at a lump sum. Then the Council could make the best possible bargain xvith, the Company for the hole and uso the balance lo complete the hole. I Aid in.rempl ,[,' tin� I Ihe .'lly I submit n '-.ilieMon I be k I'l I ne I'l.Me ' e . , I'ntil II, km xx ii i! Should th, .Ie- for dr-xx ilh. If xx ilh ol xx as Hint ci 'ic "lis is St III yj with Ie. Inw-Ie mix is il I hut e �' i X e si ,.|,s I,, t Ne \|k'o|i|.. to I" the depth of ' f I he \ ule lo ll.e I e\ell XX ill t hut tin el the xx . I II vote is res.ill in* th ( i uncii cannot net. xote be fax oruble the nr-e pipe xx ill he gixell forth the nssiirani e he Wish- es to g>-; the pi| this rase. Mr. Ives has very ably presented the case of merchants xx ho xx isely or unxx isely give credit to irresponsible parties and tin.I liillieulty in c'l'lcting. Ther1 is hiMLt-xvi-. in.! only the iiierchiinl xx ho |..isi".'s in gi x i ng rredl i xxh.'i'ehe can not colled but De-re is also the gen- . r.l I pllblu to i oils d �!' The T;.|-i it irml Hoards of Trade f oil x eu I i. ins II'.nil time In time pe-to.i.ned Mr. Ilaiillain's lioxerument to nel ill th' dll'eetion xxhieli Mr. I,,-, sii..g ^is I in Mr. lln'iliai'i p"r- sl -tent X refu.-ell to t a I-  allX notice of their iij.jial. \ xirx i ui'sory eMimiiui l bin of the S.-uall D.-bl I Yoi.'ihnv w ;|| shoxv that ll.e xxbole intent and purpose of the same xvas to pr ivide ji cheap and expeditious procedure as far as possible from the iiu'onxeiiii'lices. vexatious del.i.x s ami expenses usually iiik'iid-tint upon litigation. The procedure is so simple that any business men xxbo take the trouble to read it will not need Die services of n laxvy.-r to bring net ion and obtain judgement against a defaulting debtor. The Small Debt Proceilur." says:- j "In all claims and demands for debt, whether payable in money or j otherxx ise, xvhere the amount or bnl-| mice claimed does not eXiwd Slllll j the procedure shall, unless otherwise I oriler.il or allowed by a judge, be us j follows:-lixvry plaintiff when he cn-1>. tors an action with th.. clerk shall I. Luyton, do so by leaving xvith him (by po�t. lor otherxx isej a simple stuteinetil in JEWELKY that xvill chnnn and, delight tlw judgo of line gems. Hings. Hrooches, Ornamental Combs, L'liuins. Hraoelets, etc. WATCHES the city will in making a r sinking of xx 11ielt is the bane of Ihe honest creditor who wants to collect an honest debt. The Small Debt Procedure pro x ides a simple and speedy method fi doing so when- I Ik- claim is not more than Slim. The Hoards of Trade anno doubt i-i-sponsdde bodies but. they represent to a large extent the mgi-ruiilil.' and trading classes. Theiv is a mure numerous and quite ns important a class namely: the great mass of producers xxho haxe to tradj xxith the merchants fur their daily lie. e'-sit les. The laxx should as far as possible protect not only Die mercantile and i rude class but the large iiiass of purchasers from all unnecessary hardships. We beliexe that any 1. gislation deal ing xxith these niaUers idioiihl be in Die diret-iiun of simplifying and cheap..ning ratliu*r than ma.king more expensive ami complex Die conduct ol legal procedure. The Small Pebt Procedure under Die administration of the Districts Courts is a step in this direction and -.should be given u fair trial before it is condemned. for Ladies and f.eutlemcn, in gold, silxcr or giinmeta). Cignretle cases, | Match boxes, Cigar cutters, etc. And all sorts of dainty pieces of silver for my "lady's" dressing table. W J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN Agent for BELL PIANOS Union Labor Hall LethlDridge Thursday, Nov. 14 STETSONS Original Jiig Double UNCLE TOM'S CABIN The Btirmun of Them all The uus-ting adjourned to the 22nd writing (xxith a copy to lile and one xhen delegates to Medicine lint will' each copy of writ ih-siivd) of Die appointed. Large Payment of Taxes. The Calgary Herald is closer to tho pulse of the public than it ever xvas before. The Alhortu government must be nearly perfect when Tory organs 1+ko the Slruthconn Chronicle and the Cul gary Herald sound its praises. Df the Sol.00''i taxes due the city, li'ss So.luo n possible discount, leaving 8-1(1.000, there xvas' paid by Saturday night, the last day of discount Cunningluiim expressed himself; the sum of Sta.OOO. ., This iw a high as puzzled lo understand why the1 Percnitugv and shows that though |ieople should pass bylaxv 2'2'2 last people may say that times arc hard, August and then be opposed to it. the property owners can llnd cash now. There is nothing u> go by ex- t enough lo saxe their ten per cent, cept the talk on Die sidewalk. j discount. Aid. Uulson was certain that the stateim-tiL of the Herald that the svn cause of action, in the casw of an account the particulars may be in the usual form of items of an account or otherxvise: in the case of a bill, note or order a copy thereof shall bo furnished und in tho case of a claim under uny other written instrument copy shall lie gix-en to the extent of exhibiting the grounds of action so that in each case it may be kmuvii x>r understood by a person of ordinary intelligence xvhnt the action is brought for and the clerk shall al-laeh such statement lo the summons and shall attach to each copy of the and not The \Vinni|ieg Tribune, the staunch vising for Wednesday apostly of Independence, says the AI-; b.vlaxvs defcutcd timent had changed was correct thul the people at present xvere in favor of bylaw No. 22'Z The bylaxv xvas gixen its first and!"'"'1" is l'H' h,'st along the line, sweond readings sett ing Die date of' Next Sunday morning ivt Wesley Nov. 27. The Church, the pastor xvill speak on Mo- i summons a ctipy of such statement." i Commercial travellers in the, city j If t)n, defendant enters no defence j say Dial business prospects in Lelh. j xvithin the lime allowed 120 days) all bridge are better lhan anyxxhere else the jiluintilT is reipiired to do is to in W..-steru Canada. Tho ljethbridgu return the writ of summrftis to tho| Clerk with tin allidavit of service la . form for which is supplied by thej Clerk) nnd the Clerk v ill sign judge-' ment for Die amount of the claim HMsnn's "Incle Tom's Cabin" is the mammoth production of "L'nclu Tom's Cabin" xxill appear on Nov. lltii at the Labor Hall. The rendi-7 lion of I'ncle Tom by this xvell-knoxx n uml well-liked company xvill never groxx old. The niaiiiigeiiient evidently beliexes in the maxim: "\\hat's ' rPwo Fuilliy Marks \xoeth doing is worth doing xvell." ' There runs through this grand story, a pathos peculiarly touching and sweet. Il s|h;aks the universal In-gunge of the heart. It relleets Jiko n mirror the innermost phases of tho I x 11 i mi ii i-moiions. It is more than a (day-it is 'more classic. It argues can engage the mind-human liberty for Ixvo of the gruulest. >rhemes 'that , and immortality of the soul. Notwithstanding iliu frequent production i of this play, it is never produced in 11 tile sumptuous manner of other companies as it is in Stetson's. 'It is like meeting an old friend after ai year's absence. In his theatrical offering, Manager Washburn hns brought together all the requisites Hint go to make a really great production and one it xWll lie a great loss to miss. More Grand Novelties than ever Two Brass Bunds and Orchestra Two Mischievous Topsies Gorgeous Scenery with Beautiful Eleutricul Effects Grand Vjsion and Transformation Scenes Genuine Southern Oako Walkers Buck and Wing Dancers Mule and Female Quartette Chariots drawn by Handsome Shetland Ponies Col. Sawyers Pack Siberian Blood Hounds Watch for the Big Street Parade lierla government i� "perhaps one of, iv-reiul Die first. last week xvere ulsn,S1'* Called to Service, and in the ev-ami second times ,'eiiing xvill giv., Die fourth of bis see- the best in the Dominion. And here is another and Dm date of their resubmission to! Ihe people set at Nov. 27, the same' testimonial; ns tho gas bylaxv. j \ ies on Young People's Problems, the subject being, Success, the goal of iict.ix ity. and costs of writ V.H,rj cents) nnd Sheriff's fees where the plaintiff employed Die SherilV to serve. In regard to delay in coming to It. F. Jackson, of Swift Current Ifeputy Supreme Grand President S O.K., arrived in the city this morning to ta^e part in tile installation of the new lodge in this* city, A letter of administration of tho es tale of Kll/u ilrertoit Shutt, late of Stirling, have been issued to Margur et Klizubcth Gordon of Stirling; Tho value of the estate is placed ut $1,-881. Prices $1.00, .75 Tickets on sale at Higinbotham's Miss .1. K. Wright, who has been bookkeeper for the .Western Stationery Co. lias resigned to accopt a*sim ilnr position with .J. 0. ltobortson & Co. who are opening a stationery Ktoro in the Whitney block. Win. Patterson, rancher of Macleod was in the city yesterday. ;