Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LtTHSRJDCJE OAlLf TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, II THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE MEAD TORONTO ESTAJBUSUED B. t; WALKED President LAIRD, General Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, Branches throughout Canada, and injlic United States and England BANK MONEY ORDERS ISSUED AT FOLLOWISC HATES: and under........................ 3 cents Over and not exceeding 6 cents ?3J 10 cents ISO 15 certs Orders are payable at par at oiiiot- of a Chartered Bank in Canada (except, in tin- YuIUwl.'uie! a: the principal banking points m iho United Slates. They %re a; to ilu- sterling Mritain and Ireland. Tbev form .excellent method of small sums of money with safety and stf. small aad may obtained without J.-iay. t Branch C G. K. Nourse, Manager LAWS PROVISIONS OF THE NATURAL GAS PROPOSITION Caaital, Undivided ppoSits Exceed jj OF .CANADA jlivable in all parts of Canada, and in the lead- ing cities of the United States, are sold at every Branch .of the Union Bank. They cost little, and are absolutely safe. Travellers Letters of Credit issued good the world over. Exchange bought and sold. Drafts und Telegraph Transfers issued. Lethbridge Anderson. Manager. Stirling F Manager. Grassy Lake Branch- R. W. Baillie, Manager. Ulhli b-n EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED 1859. (CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants and Farmers invited Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of and upwards received-arid in- terest allowed at hiuhest (.-unvnfc rates. ROUND STREET Old Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. Lethbridge Branch Sh iiKI be a reason of plentiful money for 'many of our peoph-; and much of this eh -uld find its way in- to the Bank. We wish to remind all of the fn-. cilities of the BANK OF TORONTO fur conducting the banking business "f iarniers and town and city people. Surplus should be deposited in our Savings Departni'-Tit where, it will earn in- terest and where it will be SAFE jntil required for use. Small or large amount? may be deposited or withdrawn at any time. Here's Your New Collar! BEDFORD FAMOUS CASTLE for aflc, INCORPORATED 1855 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH T. W. McEachern Manager GOT JUDGMENT AGAINST A CONSTABLE Montreal, Oct. yesterday did damages to the premises For False Arrest and ages Secured St. John, N. B., Oct. afternoon Wilfrid de Merchant who Action on a charge of false ar- rcst atul assault against James Wol- a constable of Woodfetock. was awarded damages at Vic- toria county circuit court. Mer- i chant was arrastftd in a road" house i near the boundary on May 10, 1908, bv and two American of- The city council last night did "a lot oi: legislating on the reco-nmen- dation of Chief of Police Gillespie. WH.-5 not a great deal of cliscus- on the subject as the aldermen quickly saw the wisdom of the chief's requests. Ac-ting in his capacity as j an officer th enforcement of the j Children's Aet the chief n.-fci'd that the itge of those iht- influence of the ciufew be raised from fourteen t aix- years-. On motion "f Aid. Hut- ton this was done, 'and hereafter no boy srirl under sixteen can stay out after nine "'clock unless under proper guardianship. Tli'; chief has been somewhat wor- ried over the number young child- ren who have been attending the t res at the evening p -rformances and so lie aaked that the city legis- late so as to make it prohibitive for children of the curfew ag? to at- tend the theatres unless with pro- per guardians. The nitiuugers of the t heat iv will be responsible f-r the c-arryinir out of the law and will be liable to a fine it" they allow children there guardians. The chief .slid: ''that the aldermen would be amazed if they knew the number of children that were attending the theatres at night. The parents did Dl Too Jjri_Sttllfr Chokvtf wltli You have probably noticed bow nodi more briskly the fire when freshly built or shaken. You doubtleu tuucttbcr too, bow much more briskly you med to trotuid when you were myfnt or twenties. Cases in parallel You are like that is choked with ashes. TlH cells which compose the body are ccattaiitly dying being renewed. Then there ic the indigestible part of the food to be removed. Tail cleansing of the body is the duty of the boweli, kidneys and skin. When any of then organs fail to do thdr work properly, the becomes clogged aad of life burns low. There An increasing tendency towards constipation, kidney trouble and poisoned blcxxl as one grows older. In most cases, the need is felt of something to regulate these vital organs. "Fruit-a-lives" the famcmi fruit POLICE FOR THE NORTH WARD A SERGEANT AND CHIEF -MAKES T10N TWO MEN SUGGES- The gas franchise was up lor con- sideration at the council meeting last night and a bylaw granting it receiv- medicine, this It j-t.d its first and second readings ami was approved. When it came to in- directly on the liver, increasing the flow of bile and causes the bowels to move regularly and naturally. "Fruit-a-tives" it the ffreatest of kidney regulators, overcoming the tendency to congestion of the kidneys and strengthening these organs. "Fruit-a-tives also stimulates the skin to renewed action. By their combined action on bowels, kidneys and skin, "Fruit-a-tives" keeps the system free of all poisons and renews the rigor of youth. are sold by all dealers at joe a box, 6 for or trial box, or may be obtained from Fruit-a- trrM Limited, Ottawa. serting the date for the voting the stopped and laid the matter over until they got some other by- HIRE PUGILISTS TO TEACH GOOD MANNERS George Fitch Has Ingenious Scheme to Furnish .Congenial Employ- ment for Aspiring Champions -to care what became, of ihrir children but he defined it the duty of the police tu look after them in intftvpts of citizenship. The council Jid not pas.- at once on this will wait for a report -its-' and police comrait- Th. ed .at which automobiles- trnvi'l the streets of the city has been on the mind of the chief also. -He has received numerous complaints that the drivers did not seem to can- what happened those who might iif 'an'] he feared that s me day rome one will be killed. Hi.- wanted the city council to pass a by-law pr 'hibitintr travelling than .six an hour on the H-- mainlained also thai the policr ?houlii have, the num- of all th- machines so that they would know wh-i were offending for it is ine whc> th sii-nt auto a are offenders aad each pug- be appointed a dep-jthe work so as to have it done by Lowley correspondent, caused jiiy collector of bad manners, b-.' .civ-J four years from November 1, 1909. If j small "amount of merriment 1 ejj credentials and a district and be' s.-t to making the nation polite. "Let UP follow for a few brief en- counters the imaginary trail of one of rebuilt prizefighters. He arises early and takes a crowded car downtown in anv citv. He is snarled ready to he submitted to people ior approval. uue of will ueal with a iraiichise ior, a street ana rauiai railway iuid ihe otiier ior Lht'-purcuase oi the big part to the c-ast 01 Uie city. W'iica Ule by-law iuxther consideration and the date of vot- ing is h'xed the whole text of the uy- law will be published. in the proposed franchise tiie Fuel-Saving Scheme DoubU will save you fuel. Orates aro separate. in Illustration. Thla to from one end of nre-box without disturbing flrt in other tnd. And frequently there are more ashes In one end of fire-box than in other. When ordinary -lonf grates are good coal in end ol fire-box IB "shaken dowm with ashes In other. 21 Hem cm her feature is patented. Therefore Double Duplex Grates are to be found only on Sask-Alta Steel Range. LETHBR1DGE AGENTS pauy will have the exclusive rights oi the sireeui and loads oi the city to lay gas pipe ior a period oi twenty years under certain conditions. In the iirst place the company must start diiiliug within fiix months oi! the approval oi the bylaw the! George Fitch in an article in the August American Magazine, which lie, calls "A Plea for the Conserva- tion of Another National a very good Suggestion to make a? to how the enormous energy re- presented tyxlay by the thousands of aspiring young pugilists in this country, who are each one hoping ts become a champion, can be util- ized to public weal. He writes: are required diligently to prosecute Stafford-Agnew Co. "If y-ai live out of town write us." Pincher Creek Budget ratepayers. Tkey shall bore to depth ci three thousand feet unless at a less depth they liud natural gas or other natural iuel products in. pay- ing quantities or a formation reached which does not.usually over- f'inclier Creek, OcL. reireih- ing and altogether amusing sketch oi the polo touruanaeni at Cowley, which took place a.1 thai iianiiet on tue 2yih uli., ior the ilcMiilan cup, lie natural gas or fuel products. They Und appeared iu the Herald on a sub- sequent date, presumably from its at by conductor on climbing the steps and is punched on the hack he enters the car and told to 'movW lively th-re.' When the nickel extractor crushes his way through car, using the floor to step on only when the supply of feet runs y do not the privileges are forfeit j Herald readers in Fiiiclier Oreek. Thu ed unless they can show the council I confident, manner in which the Cow- good reason for their failure. In correspondent claims the vie lory case they may have an extended time} of' the Cowley team over the chani- of one year. On these matters tie j pious -of Western Canada, (the Pinch- city engineer or a board of arbitrager Creek might have contain- tion shall decide. if they strike gas the city under- takes to give them the exclusive use of the streets and lanes as they may I ud sonic weight on the face oi it had That bachelor's retreat named the he not cooked his goose in the go-in by naming the gentlemen composing supposed championship team. out, ho on toes of the "Dep- of the Montreal Cotton and Wool Co. ficors' He handerl oveT to the The loss is probably covered by in- Americans and lodged in jail. Jus- xurance. McLeod criticised the constables action in letting the prisoner go to It will pay you to trade with us. the American officers. De Merchant Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-28 was in Houlton jail eight months. flCTURES. VAUDEvi' PICTURES 1 Love and Law 2 Mother's BirtUay Present 3 Escape of An Ape Continuous Performance Barrett Co. The famous Sketch Ar- tists Miss Snowie Maybelle The Dainty Commed- ienne POOL supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in of Oliver Block t ihere is no way of kuow- .guilty party is. Tran- often the principal they should be re- quired ti. give the police their num- coming to the city. Aid. Bowman doubted that the city luid any by-law on the matter of speed of autos, The secretary in- formal him that the council' had) tjhe matter lip onc-3 but it luid not bi.-en gone through wi-th. This matter, too. will be discussed the committee in charge The chief asked too that a cur- ie-w bell be secured and hung up a.s it was hard to enforce the law without a good bell. The mayor, re- memberrd that the matter of the purchase oi ,i bell had once been re- ferred to the chairman of the license and police committee to get prices and asked him if this had been done. ft hadn't and eo a motion was pass- ed asking the purchasing agent to get [.trices. The usual full report of the doings of the police court- during the Tin'.nth submitted by the chief. He reported that thirty-nine people h.-- been summoned for trespassing on the boulevard? and thirty-eight "i them had been fined and costs. A large number of gambling cases I been tried and a large amount or 'ines received as a result. The own- er-; of cows were still turning out tli ir animals in the evening to pas- fru on the boulevards and twenty- fos r cows had been impounded. All bi-' three had been bailed out but tli had apparently no owners so he h: gazetted them for sale. rTi- reported very favorably upon th taitbful way in w.iich th, of i he force were tntrr Juty. lie recommended that a force of tl.-ee men, a sergaant MI-! two con- st hie? be. s-tiat.ioned at North W ird. Vhis met with the approval of the C' noil and was so ordered. The -nrnmodation of the men over in tr part of the city was final- ly si'ttlivl. If the council can get a for five years of the small piece or ground occupied by the preseni t ;aporary fire hall on the Western st r school grounds, ihat building v ill be fitted up for the policemen 1. not, a building will be erected or fi extension made to the new fin h i! for them. uty Corrector of Bad Manners. 'Conductor, you stepped on my foot.'" that official protests mildly. 'Aw, Answers tihe con- ductor, showing- two pounds of under jaw, Moir't you get gay in thi? car.7 the deputy per- sists, 'you stepped on my foot. There was no need of it. You should b- more 'Sa-ay. the conductor will breathe in the usual gory tones, ,'srrat up or off you go. I don't allow any'- 'Conductor.' insists the -Deputy finnly, 'you will have to apologize. Tour manners are disgusting. 'Well, take that. To "But thv Deputy doesn't take it. Hi- counters and puts hi? left under the conductor's ear. very carefully in order not to annoy the passengers. When the conductor wakes up he uds the meek passenger being cheer .1 by the passengers. He feels shak- n and sick. He is told that, he is a isgrace to the company which hires im, the people who rode with him, nd the earth which he encumbers. He made to apologize. "The Deputy enters in-his report look the following note: 'May 11, 6.30 a. m. Flatbush Conductor No. 387, a bully and >rofane. Counter and left to jaw. 2 seconds. Giive him talk STO. 3 in Schedule 16. Witness, 8i- non Karanowitski, Patrick 0. Don- has been in existence here ior a considerable time, yet tbere are not a great many in town who ac- tually know the extent to which its inmates go toward making things pleasant and agreeable for visitors or engineer for approval and they must' it the championship of Western! new-comers to Pincher Creek. Last leave the streets and lanes in as i Canada, was composed oi Messrs.! week they entertained the government good a state as they got then-.. IE Evans, _Mulvain, Gunn and employed on the repair work on the work is not carried out according i whereas the team representing Pinch- the.road to the station, and the pre- to the plans approved by the engin-jer Creek on this much bespangled or-: vious week did similar hospitalities be required to convey the gas for aj The. polo team having the disi lie- period, of twenty years. All their j tion ot winning the Chipman Cup at plans must be submitted to the city j Winnipeg lately, and which carries here on the 15th, aad the May Bob-, crts-Oillard Co. ior the iSth aad mh. Brown's moving pictures gbow- ed here again on Friday and Satur- day nights to good houses. Indica- tions are that this town will prove a paying "ouu for shows duriiig ike win- ter. The committee appointed bave still the matter under consideration for the organisation oi an. athletic asso- ciation, and irequent meetings are be- ing neiii. The scheme under consider- ation is to have a covered skating oom, gymnasium and y u summer bath, and the matter pro voting most, 'discussion is the i method to bis adopted towards bring- ing that plan to a successful issue. eer, he has the power" to stop the -work. casion at Cowley was composed to a survey fact, they are Messrs. Pluhkett, Shoulty, SitaunWi, continually contributing to the enter- The exclusive franchise given the and what may be termed thu i tainment and enjoyment of callers; be company shall last for twenty years [second team, not a single player theylirom. far or near. Among its ia- from-the time the company start, to j the championship team being ha the mates the "Wigwam" -has an up-to- exercise the rights and privUeges gi- 1 Pincher Creek aggregation that day. date comprised of toe ven them uilesg the privileges are Sor I This contest 'was open to all West- Jackson Brothers alone, while Mr. feited or unless the company's supply j ern Canada, we arc told, buj; the fail- i Howie is a specially good imitator oi of gas is insufficient tp meet, the de-jure of more than three teams to put 'Harry Lauder, in the latter's popular mands and the company is not mak-.jiu an appearance would indicate that; Scotch songs. D. Thomson is anoth- ing reasonable effort to increase their j although Cowley may lay claim to a j splendid vocalist of the airs oi supply. LOTHBINIERE BYE-ELECTION Oitav.-a, Oct. for bye-election ii' Txithiniere, Quebec, rendered nee- e ,ary by unseating of Dr. Fortier i'.-.-ral member, for alleged bribery 1. gents, has been issued. Nom i .ions will take place Oct. 19. j. funny man of a distinctly original "Caledonia, stern and with By giving three months' notice be- j character who asserts that the vill- possibly a penchant ior his favorite, fore the expiration of the twenty age in which he lives, moves and has "Jean." A. L. Freebairn, another of years' franchise, the city may with-j his being will some, day be the Cal-! out the consent of fee company pur- j gary of the Pass road, 1 chase the company's works and 'un- thai wild stretch oi imagination will' dertaking. The price is to be settled not likely happen ior a few years to songs are now on the records. H. by a Board of Arbitrators who shall j come, at leasv-quite a few. determine the value of the concern. Though warm, balmy weather s inmates, has succeeded in "Wigwam" famous by singing for grainaphone, with the result that j Clements, as an impersonator and mintic, can outclass some profession- our daily bill of fare in that respect i als m Altogether they at present, and winter, it is hoped. I raakc a happy, musical and literary is still far distant, the quadrille club buneh, always; ready to entertain of this place will give its iirst dance lneir visitors, with apparently genial- fellowship as their mot- This value with ten per cent, added shall be the price paid by the city.- If the company fails to deliver gas for a period of thirty days, the city can enter in an agreement with any other company or person to supply gas and may use the company's sys- tem to do so until the company is. ingly good musiCj any time within six months in a po- j havc been popular and well patron. LaPorto Oct 4i_j ition to supply gas itsen. in the past. phere, who was convicted as an ac- The company is bound to deliver, Harold JarviSj the popular compliCe of arch.murderesa ;as inside the city for a price not, has engagefl by thp IQ Guiness> hiis but few d more greater than that charged for gas of J.O.Q.F., for the opera house itccord to prisoa physiciajaa. for the .season on Friday night nezt, j and in the- opera house. This club has enviable record ior supplying exceed- j LAMPHERE 15 DYING ej Arons. vnts, carfare.' Expenses, five s the Deputy Corrector vrould the busy and exhilarating day., -would lecture loud eaters in pub- ic places. He would point out -with wvll learned the ness of spitting on the sidewalk. He vould discourage theatre treasurers, rude railroad officials and. insolent waiters, not necessarily with his fists but. with his calm and menacing pre- sence and his brutally frank remarks He would impress upon the preda- tory hackman the folly of trying to collect excess fares by brute force. He would teach trie loud-mouthed rowdies at night that he who lifts his fists unjustly will go down in time behind a harder bunch of fing- ers with more horse power behind them. As for the unspeakable par, ody on mankind who annoys unpro- upplied outside the city. For c'-o- mestic purposes they shall not charge nore than twenty-five cents per thou- cubic feet and for power purpos- js not more than fifteen cents per housand. The company guarantees the citv against all loss and damages because tected fsiiisl -what sol- emn truths he would hammer into his soul with all the world looking on. He would not even wait in their cases to be the season i? always open on mashers. this not a subject worthy the most earnest attention of the next congress which dtiscuseee the Con- servation of our National It will pay you to with Pioneer Lumber Co. Woodstock, Out., Oct. Coneber, a farmer living at Princton near here, was injured, probably fat- ally, yesterday by a furious bull. He Was leading the animal from toe stable when it turned on him ant threw him to the ceiling on and also rammed him agalnit the ot the stable. November 1st. Mrs. (Dr.) Mills, who has been cri- tically ill for the past two weeks, is Pie is suffering from consumption. States Attorney Smith, is confident he will make a confession clearing ev- 'now reported to be improving in j rry detail ol the Guiness death farm health. This news will he hailed with j mysfery xvhen. he realizes that his end rejoicing by that lady's immediate j is at hand. Up 10 the present time j he has protested persistently that he are I knows nothing about hOw Mrs. G-uin- friends. The San Francisco Opera Co. of sheir operations. Leaks must to in op and disposod of'her ;ictimg 4-n T- n. L'. I attended to within forty-eight nours or else the city will do it at the tr.m pany's expense. The property of the company shall be exempt from taxation until have discovered gas or have abandon- ed the attempt to discover gas. Tn return for the franchise the city is to two per cent, of the annual profits of the company until those profits exceed ten per cent when the city is to .get an additional five per cent, of the profits on the gas deliv- ered within the city limits. The company is to pay all expenses in connection with getting the Legis- lature to ratify the terms of the by- law. HIGH KILLED San Francisco, Oct. (ired people saw John Mangels, a "Flaming High Diver" plunge 97 feet to death at local amusement park here iast night when he failed to rJ from a shallow tank into which he dove, head first. Mangels is known On the as "Towers" and the leap nightly cUd in sheet of tlame from oil soaked cotton: He Is believed to have miscalculated the dls tance an-d shot -omet into the tank froitt which he was rtmov'ed with a brokefc neck, to It will pay you to with ut. Lumbw Co. S44-M Don't Forget To take meals at the on- ly all-r o u n d white Restaur- ant in Leth- bridge THE ALEXANDRA CAFE ASK FDR OUR FRESH SPRING CHICKEN And Eggs, also Vegetables and Home Grown Suckling Piijs and Pork from otir farm. It, is for you. Also Fresh Oysters in season, any style to snit your taste. We Are Here to Please You at Any Cost N. H. MURRAY, Prop.