Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE PLACZ TO STAY MIMMM Skates uk- ol the good TOld wtft If w> yoo will dp well to call and our aplandid stock of skates akd hookey sticks that we have opeued ap. The quality tad price are aure to Beet you right THE BKDFATH STREET We Sdl for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 MANICURE NEEDS joaraiKW of the TJie hands saaj be by the we of or ci tke articles kepi by at, rim.: Ifanicuro Bruahw Nail Nail Nafl Filaa Nail EnaimJ Onfali Emtry Etc., CU. J.L I (Lit! Located: In our New Quarters By Saturday, Nov. 14th PHONE 21 ILIHHIftd FUXHOOTY O, T. .ol fa feat laiiifc Hum O: V. lUrr vitk a from the North DakoU atom owr quite pleanYLoax their to ted the veather conditions M, tJhtjr are here. Mr. Tj at for ifftctif- froBi otsfc "up for actual development than, there ever waa in the Of the O. bua- r oouki that it bed Mi lu reviewing transaction about the Leth bridge jail Mr Uevu called a the itaiement and Kdwards had not gore iuto the Jtxuc ta atoir thai he vae not a liar vrteii he have done so to dear Yfee, was next bfOttfLl TV. atone, ajikfteient case for w defend. It would take wijr man a gj life tuue to live down what Ua4 OTY AND WSTRKT Peter By HopkiBB of Whispering Smith The Firing Line By author of Fightiug C hence Sowing Seeds in. Danny .ByMcCluiiK All the latest bocks at far if MM fart Af far Undarwaod Our Palatable Emulsion Of Pire Cod liver II withnypophoftphate of lime and soda is a reliable rem- edy for Pulmonary Diseases Coughs, Colds and General Debility It contains 50 per cent Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and is guaranteed by ui. Uferta Dng took to. Prescription Specialists a. i. irur, inanis W. K. Dobbin to this morning. Albert Beasley ia now nxanacer at (.he Windsor. Mm. J. O. Wilson has' returned from, a to There are more land men Jn today than have been for weeks. Wm. Gier went to Calgary .this n'wg to consult an eye ipeclallat. C. A. IJfagruth, M.P.-elect, .went to ifacleod yesterday on the local. 'TheV Imperial Banfc Juive secured quarters in the Begin Block: A couple of drunks were gtveii the usual at the'police court this morn- ing. Many are finding Lunch Cafe" just the thing to meet their wants. Change of vaudeville at the Lyceum tonight. A Lig bunch of show7 people from Spokane passed throuaiLfto_Sardston this inomiug. Remember Saturday is Bargain Day at C. A. Cooksley's Milliniery Parlors corner Duflerin and Crabb Sts. 282-1 Wm. and family are expect- ed to arrive here soon to locate pcr- inaneiitly. Mr. Tate open opti: cul parlors. Bev. A. A. conducts ,services at Huntsville on Sunday, Nov. 22nd', not next Sunday, as stated yester- day. S. A. Fenton, D. W. .Coulter.- axid Gep. Polley of Andes, Yorkj are in the city today looking over farm lands. The two latter have already made Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Barrows and her soa Charles of Warner have re- turned from a trip to Sheldon, N.D., letter satisfied than ever with .Sunny Southern Alberta. Rev. Wm. Reid left this morning to spend the week at Red Peer. _. Mr. Reid will preach Gcljfary on Sun- day in the intsrssts of the Temper- ance and Moral Reform League. G-. J. Hansch. manager of the Citi- zens Lumber Co., will make Leth- bridge his headquarters. The Com- pany now has yards at Warner, Gras- sy Lake, Milk River, Walsh and Ir- vine. of vaudeville at the Lyceum tonight. About one hundred young people enjoyed an evening's skate on the North Ward Lake THE WEATHER and Saakatcfce- wan, aorthweat winds, fair and cold, with light local snowfalls. Fair and cold. Vitk UK party Jtey. Grove, who npvtMttte a of tmiaot aad pmtaatfcual of Soutlwrtt Minna- bwmbtir Of the .party la W. F, and aon. W. L., Minn. Mr, Bevers is one of tie promoters in the development' majwlacture of thejitone pottery and Ulinc works at Winona.- Chaa. A. Gram of Spokane, manag- r for the O. W. Kerr Co. in Waah- and Idaho, is in the city to- day. Ha states that territory is looking with favor on what they Urm the Southern Alberta Ifeoiaa in something new tonight at the Lyceum: 'A stranger in the; city stales iaat might was the first time, h unable to 'secure a bed of some 'dea- cr.lption in the city. He knows eryl-hotel man personally but...was told that they were at the llatit. Mrs._ VanSpanckeren'-1! recital, which so spiny have been looking forward to, will take place next Tueaday ev- ening. Mrs. VanSpanckerm has the an elocutionist of any ever heard in the city. The best local musical talent will assist. Norman in htr cowboy danct tonight at tht Lyctum. 'We understand that that enterpris- ing storekeeper Frank Waddingtoir is calling for tenders for the cleaning of his windows' and that 'this improve- ment will be carried out at the earr liest possible date. ,We, as neighbors congratulate him on his pluck and trust that this venture will meet with tkm.; Many are becoming interested and are investing in lands here. They are realtziag that they here ran at oaerqttarter the price, just aa good wheat Lands as the famous wheat country of Spokane. uiiu tacked. Attack MJT. had called the Eye Opeuer aiblackkf paper and- the at- t4ek followed. The blow had lallear, not oil Georgeson aloue, but on his wUe tiud iamilx. Then followed one of the luoat dramatic portions of Mr Davb1 "The dastardly scoundrel who would takexhiij revenge upon in- nocent womau and chiLdreii because of petty spito upon a uo words were' strong enough to characierue such a man. Scoundrel! Skunk L I say that we. want a new language to describe such a man. The article published was not half strong enough. Cold Feet No teed to have M have a complete ttock of THE FOOT TOGGERY b cluuffe, iu the thai Edwards .vaa fleeing froin' JJoited ttates that IK had Atti Jt bad beeu ahowu that a libeller. It had beeu shown that he was a de- generate. There were various classat thf was hot necessary that a maii nlvouki belouf -to every class. "The reference to.Epicurue was his- torically explained. Oscar Wilde was talkeil ol in connection with Edwards Is thijt uian going to whole country in this terrorize way? I the 'be Sifton Gains By Two Votes Brandon, Man., Nov. count applied for on behalf of T. Daly, the Conservative candidate the .recent Federal election, opened this morning in the Judges' Cham- bers at' St. Matthews' Hall with his honor Judge Cumberland presiding. UTien court adjourned at evening for- ty-eight'ballot boxes had been re- counted with the net result of gain of two for-Mr. Sifton. going to attack me when I go away from 'The said Mr. be recofnlaed through, Canada at not as a-trial of but wards! _ If the" former wijj convicted, then- IHwardiT waa fuKtified law in publishing" the sort of paper he did. Proceeding, Mr. Davis read Mr McGttlicuddyV letter and made a de- tailed justification of it. there had he also wai a library map who 4 Tlie Mouk Wkldowes allegation tltat "Wkldowes wtu a degenerate. He waa futliy of Sodomy. The letter staled that a degener- ate; Uit not ueci-ssiirily of the same kind as The letter stated tliat Edwards had "nearly reached the that he had reached it. The defence did believe that he had come very close to it. f 4 '4 4 Fine New Stock of SKATES HAYR BROS. PKoae 75 P. O. Box 27 PROF. M AGILL RES IOHS Halifai, N. S., Nov. Kobt. Magill for six years professor'iu Hal- fax College and principal since., tfie removal of Principal Falconer to-To- ronto, has resigned his chair to take Judge Winter has been appointed third arbitrator in the dispute be- the Western General Electric Co. and the Town of Red Deer. R. S. Kelsch, of Montreal and Wm. Cou- are the other two arbitrators. Mr. La Moine, at the Lyceum, In classical selections on the violin. The Whole QUALITY PUCE WE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH Iqen-Ciuiigkai Inter Co. LU. Phones 23 and 123 Ofct last night. The ice is in fine ,shape and it Is the wish of those fond of skating that the woa ther should remain as it is. J. Rochon has received his stock of Xmas larger and wider range than he has formerly had. A display of baskets Imported from Ger many is worthy of inspection. These goods are" shown in a brand new show case. A post office was opened on Mon- day at Monarch, the new town on the Ixsthbridge-Maclcod cut-off. Monarch is fast becoming a town, already hav- the it deserves. _ Invitations arc being issued for the wedding of Miss Marion Calvin, eld- est daughter of Mr. and HI nun A. Calvin, of Kingston) 'and Mr. Wal- ter Halcro Boyd, of of Sir John Boyd, chancellor of Ontar- io, and of Lady Boyd, Toronto. The wedding place 24, at the home of the bride's-par- ents. Miss Margaret Mtcrherson Fraser, A.T.O.M., has resigned her position as teacher in the I.ethbridge Conser- vatory of Music and Las opened her studio at the residence of Mrs. Wm. Hutton, 914 Courtland St. Miss] Fraser is A first class honor gradu- ate of Edw. Fisher, musical di- rector of the Toronto Conservatory of Music. Miss Fraser is teacher of piano and theory. Specialty piano. the Le in temcthtng new tonight at the Lyceum. The Claresholm Bcview says: Mr. Innes of the Union Bank staff epves in a day or two for Leth- bridge where he is to fill a responsi- ble position in the same bank In that city. Mr. Innes has been connected with the Union Bank here its >eginning about two years ago and will be greatly missed by "its cus- tomers. We understand that his >lar.e here will be taken by Mr. Boyd who has for some time been conneet- d with tho branch at Cardston. On December 14th a banquet will c given in the basement of Wesley !hurch under the auspices of the oung people of the church. This will be one of the swellest affairs ever given in the city. All the de- tails are being carefully arranged and or. the toast list will be found the best speakers in the district. Fur- ther particulars will be given later. efiect next- June, -M Ron. He gives Mo rea- OF GOODS To be Given Away ing a general store, blacksmith shop. p and furniture store and oth cr evidences of a rising town. C. L. Kane, lessee of the old Fair- field experimental farm, has on hand orders for nine carloads of alfalfa all of which is destined for B. C points, one including an order from Summcrland. in the Okanagan Val- ley. }fr. Kane has realized" about six hundred tons of alfalfa from a quarter section. Fountain Pens Atrv A Waterman's Ideal to j; J. J. Johnston -QUALITY The accommodation is necessarily li- mited sc those desiring to attend should secure tickets as soon as they are available. FUNERAL OF MR. AGHEW Winnipeg. Man., Nov. 11 every mark of respect due "x> one who had taken a very prominent part in the affairs of public life in the Pro- vince of Manitoba, the body of the Hon. J. H. Agnew was borne to the grave yesterday afternoon. WAMTEO Girl for hotel work. Apply to Ar- lington Hotel. 231-0 TO RENT fi-strtt I front, suitable for two gentlemen. Apply to Mrs. Bacon, 1243 Bompas St. 282-6 McOUJOIDDY HAS TO PAY FDffi OF Page.) ing'much harm in the spread of ob- scenity and blasphemy. The extract read stated Hhat ''Man was a intimated that women were not chaste, that life and crea- tion were a failure. "For God's gentlemen; are we' going "to allow, such Counsel was not talk-- religioa; but surely we would not be lieve that there were not some men square, that marriage was a failure, etc. -v "What is a the creed asked. And the "A "What is good? Hypocrisy." is. friendship? A humbug." "What is money? "What is everything? Kothirigl" "Were we not happier when we were These were clauses of the creed, as published by Edwards himself. If the jury were-satisficd that this were the creed of this man, it would require-HO arguinent from Ihe counsel to coTivinc-T'-themr that it should be stamped out. An Eye Opener extract was read which stated that the editor "had nothing to apologize for that had ap- pearod the since Vol. 1, No. 1. "The man who went out on the street ond .killed one man once a month was doing no harm compared to that declared the lawyer. "And ho is aoing-it because he can't help Ilis moral out in every issue of his paper. J. S. Dennis Case A passage at arms look place be- tween Mr. Xolau and Mr. Davis in regard to the settlement of the Den- nis libel case. DMinis had been attacked as to his private character because he would not do what Edwartls had asked him to. "What do you think, gentlemen, of the man who pretends to be the cen- sor of public morals and will switch his support of political candidates two or days before an election because he couldn't succeed in at- tempk-d Is the man who pretends to ba libellvd. because he was calk-d a moral The article of at- Here is a Splendid Opportunity to get a Useful Household Article ABSOLUTELY FREE THE CONDITIONS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, will be the occasion of the opening.of the new Store The Mctan Hanlware Co. Ltd. and we want to fill up the store. We want everybody to come in and inspect :the brand new stock and see at bright up-to-date we have, and we are giving as an inducement a numbered ticket to each of the FIRST 50 PEOPLE who inake a purcliase of or more on day, SATURDAY, NOV. 14th. These tickets are all numbered in duplicate and the corresponding numfe will foun'd attached to a certain article in our store. The: holder -of a 'ticket will be required to look through the stock until he finds the correct number. Fifty differ- ent articles will be given away absolutely free, and they will -be a fair representa- tioij-of the different lines in our immense stock. House articles will be included, agricultural and carpenters1 tools will not be forgotten, and last, but by no means least LOST OR STRAYED Bay marc and spring colt, mare right thigh Sasy B 71. Mare was shod all round. Colt was not brand- ed; color, dark iron frey. Reward will be given. Return to No. 50 Ar- gyle Ave.r Lethbridje, or write Box 322. NOT1CE OF Noticrr is hereby piven that I have impounded in the City Pound the following animals: I while cow, branded !OF 1 rod and white branded PHA 1 rt-d and vrhitc heifer branded PHA 1 black and white heifer, indistinct bnmd, left ribs. 282-O JOS. GILLESPIE, Pound Keoper. A Heating Stove will be Given Away Somebody will, get this stove and you have as good a chance as anyone. Be sure to be on hand early. Tickets will not be'given to children or to more than one member of a family. Remember the date and the time Saturday, Mm. H, at I o'clock sharp We want you to get acquainted with us. We are sure that 3Tou will like the-store and the service, and that you will be pleased with any goods you buy from us. Everything that goes out of the store will be guaranteed. McKEOWN HARDWARE CO.LTD. Comer Round and Dafferin Streets tethbridfeAlta.