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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL. II. LETHBRiDGE, ALBERTA. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1909. NO. 284; GATHERING OF OUR CITY KICKERS Trophies Presented to j the Victorious Foot- ball Teams BE OPENED SOON Th new automatic tele- phone exchange is expected to be in operation the last Satur- day of November. Tlie tele- phone staff are getting the new phones installed in the residences and business places of the city quickly and 'it will not be long before it will be possible to "hello" without the aid housekeeper on the farm of j singj and Mr. E. t. Layton will give which Morley was manager. The a vi0iin solo to the accompanknent of is found there was nothing in it. The Herald did' not g't't its information from its Taber correspondent but: pleads sruilty to having clipped the article from the j Calgary Herald and did so with the belief-.that it was a reliable news iti-m and without anv intention of FIVE GYPSIES GO TO TRIAL j working any injury on Mr. Keith or Pearson and Fleming contributed mu-. sical selections; .as accompanist. Mr. Pearson acting a.pparen% arisen through the credulity of the child's WESTERN LUMBER FIRMS parents who believed a yarn -that the youngster put up, and which later i was found to be untrue. There is too much of this business of parents Committed At High River For Fortune Ttl- ling Inspector Starness Transferred Five' of the High River gypsies were sides with their children against remanded for trial at the next sitting Minneapolis, 'Minn., Nov. j their teachers without first making a of the Supreme Court at Calgarv for party to spreading an un- truthful story' believed by a child's parents and given publicity by CONTROL OF ELEVATORS Sask., Nov. tions arc on fcoS for the purchase of C.i'.Il. terminal system elevators :iu Foiiu" William by the Grain Grow- ers Co. present at thc trial and gave bonds for of the five at the Supreme Court. Citizens Lumber Company, of Leth- bridge.' and the North Ameri- can Lumber anti Supply Company., of j teacher has had this. trouble to eon- Winnipeg, which operate fifty yards in the Canadian West, and have main- tained financial headquarters at 818 Germania Life Building, St. Paul, will move to Minneapolis. The com- panies do an annual business in' ex- cess of The Pioneer Lum ber' Company of Alberta, which oper- ates line yards from centre at Leth- bri-dge, and the Reliance Lumber Co. of Saskatoon, whose offices are in the Germania Life Building, St. Paul. will remove to the Security Bank ers Co. It is understood that ncgo- j displayed by tourists and holi-dav Building. Minneapolis, about Febrti- j tiations arc progressing favorably j seekers is understood to be a regula- ary 1st. and the deal will likely be closed be- which will bc shortly adopted Uy ------------------------i jons_ _ Qntarj0 government. BERESFORD TO-'RUN London. Nov.. Lord i Cli'arles Beresford, it is .announced to- j day, will be candidate atj the bye-election in Portsmoutli which j will choose a successor to the late I John Batter. Macleod, Roy. Advertiser says: Insp. C. C. Starnes of the R. N.W.M.P.. has been transferred from, Macleod1 to a command of the post at Fort Churchill, on Hudson's Bay. He will leave at the end of the month, starting from Regina on the first week of December and proceeding ov- erland to his new station. Mrs. Starnes will spend the winter in the "East and go to Fort Churchill by sea when the. ice goes out. Fort Churc-hill is a considerable dis- tance from civilization at present but when it 'becomes r-he tormir.us of the thorough investigation as to the fortunc telll This .g ,te u thfulness of their stories. Ewrv -ht- h-s 1-f' of lhc Preliminary hearing before Ma- -in.iiti tuia iiOuyiC LU Cyll- o. with. The Herald regrets that I -lstrate ShePard of High River. The proposed Hudson's Bay Railway it it has been party to an ,m- flVC WCrc a11 women an'd thc will bc an important sea port, during thc navigat on season. Mr. and Mrs. Starnes will be great of the company has been In- }y missed in Macleod, where'they have made many friends during their stav. KILLS COAL AND STEEL BOGEY Believes IL S. Steel Has Ac- quired Dominion Steel Co. woman is in the county jail. Morley the organ. A musical .treat is ia was found lying on. a road shot store for all who attend. is hop- through thc throat and abdomen. Mor tjlc church will be filled. Come. ley said the woman had asked him ta I marry her but- he said hiPcould not.1 that he was .going to marry another girl. "I am an outcast; I have always j ftot the worst of it, and I will in In the Mr. Gordon took as subject the Te Deum, 'one' of greatest hymns of the church. He discussed its authorship, attribut- cariy fathers of the church, Ambrose and St. Augustine. He al- Thn banishment from tlle Ontario of foreign flags Provincial narks and other crown lands, which wero FATALITY IN SASKATCHEWAN Lipton, Sask., Nov. Hayes, second son of William Haves, who lives a few miles cut of town, was almost instantly killed by a tank of water upsetting on him. He was badlv crushed. ed on Sunday evening, Mr. James Ross, affirmed that he had -agreed to sell a syndicate, composed of E. R. Wood, Sir Henry Pellatt, W. M. Aitken and others, the shares of common stock of the Dominion Coal Co., now held by ihim at the price of per share, payable as follows, 525 per share in cash in 30 days, and the balance in ten annual payments of each per share, pay- i, 1.1 i-i i ..I JT Jarton. o.. this Miss Lietbans sad after-j so refcrrcd to the occasion of its be- wards. She admits the crime, mo- jnff ;rreat crises in the world's tivc being that if she could not have history as for instance in" Britain, af- Morley nobody else should. ter the defeat of the Spanish Arma- __________I da, Then he took up the subject ot the hymn critically, showing its beau ty'.and'sublimely.' At the close ot the sermon the choir sang the Te Deum. i Mr. Gordon followed largely the same course in the evening when he I used the well-known hymn starting, Love that will''net go." J The different features mentioned in i thc verses of the hymn as Love, Joy, I Lift, the Cross, were enlarged upon. LIBERALS MAY AGREE -----------1 WITH MONK Montreal. NOT. interview- Ottawa, IXov. .attitude .of Liberals from Qu-ebec is awaited with i interest as it has been understood they are of the same opinion in re- gard to the navy question as Mr. Mo-uk, leadt-.r of that province. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The Douglas Inglis block. at Stel- able at intervals at three months dur- ing a period of two and a half years with interest at the of 4 1-2 per j cent, payable quarterly. Toronto, Nov. merger has been formed to tako over the Domin- ion Stei'l Co., and it is now believed that, the steel-coal bogey will drop out of sight. It is believed that U.S. Stool is behind the deal. wag bv fire. The Edgcmont Springs distillery at Carthage, near Cincinnati, was des- The Georgeson Companv. of Cal- gary, are opening a wholesale grocery house at Camrose. The Dominion government has re- fused to recommend clemency in the case of Dillon, the Montreal murder- rr. MAKE KNOWN YOU ENTIONS TODAY And Have Your Name Printed For the First Time Thursday, and Daily From Then On Thc list "of candidates in thc Her- the cold weather really sets in about; situation before entering thc race, and aid's Prize contest, which will be pub -January iimip your friends in to j after judging the strength of those al- spend a pleasant evening in music. j ready in, will determine that they Let's Hear From You j themselves possess as much strength This is a proposition on which the; as any' friend who is already in the contestant takes no chances. There] race. This thing will be observed until a case of social prestige, practically thc last week of the con- i NDIAN RING LEADERS SEVERELY PUNISHED i H.izelton, C., Nov. oi the leading trouble makers amongst North British Columbia Indians were today si-nt to jail for terms of five months each for assaulting Soad Foreman McCull.y-, an-d ordering Ms men TO' leave the district. They to jail without the option of paying fines. Two others o similar changes wtsro. fined' or two months in jail, one was fined or one month and onr wa? discharged. Tlie more iou? charges were not pressrd. Even-thing- is qniet and no further trouble is expected. Thf: arrest