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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBR1DGE HERALD S� UPSON A BUCHANAN Publishers  1, SIMMON W. A. BUCHASAM aaBSCRIPTtON: n Advance 91.50 a Jr��r O herwlae - 200 a yaar ADVERTISING: Pat Uonth  �100 Pet Inch p.ger of the Boll Telephone Co., ho has proved himself,a most obliging official and we do not,know of a place where there are as fow com  plaints about telephone service ns Lethbrldgo and this is due to the careful nml diligent attention Mr. Unlllford. has given (o tuntintnluing the efficiency of the service. Ho 1ms built up the exchange here, until there are nearly two hundred phones now In use, talkbridge standing third in the province. We trust is not far distant when Mr. Galliford will l)c Imck with us again. accent that put Mr. McKlllop the trail of his place of abode, another occasion Mr. McKlllop Into a store in Medicine Hut Oil on went and A FALSE REPORT. Misrepresentation is w poor practice tor party newspapers to fol -low. Last week two papers In this province, one of which was the Calgary Herald, announced the result ot thn byc-clcctlon in East Elgin, and declared very boldly that the Conservative elected, was the first returned In tho constituency in twenty years. As a matter of fncjt. East Elgin lias not toeen represented In the local or Dominion House in almost twet-ty years by any other than a Conservative. Tho byo-clcetion was clltioii and minimi sports of the Public School last, week attracted a large crowd to I he public ST|tiare. Thorn was a koer.. contest tor the hnndsomo silver cups offered by H'm. Homloi'soti, and tifljr a thorough test the judges nwar l,�l both prizes to the boys and {,'irls in , v AmMi u depart men I. Drill Instructor K. Ocinnd proved that I c was I ho right man for the .lob and It. is easily seen his drill instruct -Ions aiv benefitting the boys and i girls. ! The athletic sporls were well con- IDONT WATT FOR ANOTHER MONTH BEFORE YOU INVEST BUT CALL IN AND BUY NOW!! A citizen of U'thbrldge. while; travelling In one of the Crow t ruins j the Other night, was Inveigled Into j ... th three men, I tested ami Fred Hose succeeded In One of our cst.mable young was out at a very lato hour evening last week. Tho wind blowing and it carried the hat the young man's head men OM! was oir ____ ,____, io started in pursuit, and chased it half a mite nml llnnlly had to full on it to pro-vent It lielng carried to Taber. Another hat episode. The wind took a fedora o� an oW gcntlciniui's pate" and hustled it along St. Ben Klever's dog ts an in rescuing runaway Ford adei>� _ hats and >t cheer the j caught tho headgear and returned It to the bare-hooded owner. What thanks did he get' Not a bit. out u> ! the pup was abused in strong lan-| gunge for putting its teeth in th.-i rim of tho bonnet. CROOKED METHODS. The Hoform party in Ontario is cursed with a few "slick" politicians and the sooner they are put out ol the party the better for Liberalism und political morality. No better class of people can In-found in Ontario than those who call themselves Liberals and belli* e ln the of the Liberal government, but there is an element gain ->ng ground in the Liberal party, that will wreck it sooner �r later, unless they arc put out of the ranks. The revelations in London. 0:it., prove that that city is cursed will the dominance in the Liberal party there of "smart alocks" who think the only way to win an election I* to buy votes by the wholesale. Ixnv don Is a crooked c.ty, politically Conservative rrookedness has exposed there on many occasion-* and now that the searchlight has Wen turned on the Lilwrnls, they are found to be just ns Uid. It Is to l>e hoped that the exp s-Ure will teach Liberals tho less >n that political immorality Is a curse to tho party, and will make them resolve to banish from their ranks alt those mixed up in crook jJ deals. a game of cards who turned out to be sharks, pint 1 Using tho methods pursued ly the men on tho C. and E. trains following song of Saskatoon wns composed by Tom Pence ol. ihv Raleigh News and Observer, a mcm-'�>r of the Washington party. He sang it to Kngen. the land nuwt. until Kngen gave him a lot to stop. i Here it is: j i () Saskatoon! Great Saskatoon! Was 1 a loon to leave ho soon: Where town lots bloom And prices boom. Until they reach up to the moon; O back to you I'll go next Juno And live ard die in Saskatoon. that he had Uvn buncoed and they didn't deny it. A little later the brakeninn on the train got "next" to tho '"sk n" game and he made the sharpers hand !ptfftn the money back to the Ixjthbr'ulge | man. The sharpers use the pedro game j .is a ruse. They fix up good poker i hands for their victim nnd then pro-: pose n hot nml usually sin-coed in i making a "killing." Tho C.P.R. ought to get after I j these fellows and have thorn punish I ed. COMPANY 2 BOYS. |)rrrrrrrr^^ GEORGE M. HATCH C. R. DANIEL ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY (OFFICE8 IN SOUTHARD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE) Wilbur McKcnzie (captain), Pick t.'rch, Norman (virkham, Karl l.oin-� Truman Croft, Clarence It-.g eis, Earl Morris, Jesse llaivt'e, i>a\e Whitney, Jini Hyssop, Tom Hamilton. Clarence Sherlock. Arthur Morgan, .'ohn Livingstone, Holnml Sh.\w Mareus Ihinsworth, Hert McKwmi. Willie Hutton. Walter Knisley. John Hi.vor. Robbie McKay, (lordon Mc-11.-th. Edald any attention and flr.nlly he decided to visit the saloons ond in-\ ite the men to como to the service. Tho oth(>r minister was horriftsl nnd The editor of the Kandor- Review; visited the Kaslo fair and ioi's the' following regarding a contest in bannock making: ' The bannock making contest was j "out of sight." There were four ' contestants, all proS|*oclorn and o.ich I man had a sack ot flour awk wood .n position for a fire when tho signal t > begin was sounded. Oh, the fun of it. Pat Muloney had a comforta^le jng to help him along, and he cot away badly by having to go among the crowd to borrow a mutch. Then he got going. He mixed his dough, washed his hand in the clean mtxiiv water, and then discovered he hud i. > frying-pan. The crowd ruan-d nt i discomfiture. "Put it in your iia: Pat." "Sit on It. Pat," "Sling i; over hero, Pat," wore hurled at h'm. hut the distressful represent at Ivo of the disthtvssful country was not to be beat. lie espied a large flat roc* upon which he smurred his paste and then he put H to laikc. Aftor a ! while the crowd grew Impatient for i the bannocks to l>e cooked, so Put berated the Bishop. However thu service was largely attended and the Bishop succeeded in getting a grip on the men ami ho established a church, which it still flourishing. Tho other chap, narrow and too solemn to livo. had to get out. t who in tho meantime had nishop Talbot In the article I | mention tetls a good story on Bis-Jhop Kemper. It appears the latter, while driving In a stage coach, was extra team of corporation hnr��. so j �"� >w ,"' W�h*��T�>. Vhe that the can haw its streets i'01,1 vrs Wftn,"irt you say you were a Bishop* on one team all tho work. Look .11 to this matter, and see if it cannot 1st remedied. EDITORIAL NOTES. Watch Uithhridgo grow. I .ot abridge is a good city and is) going to lie bettor. j T. M. Rolwrts has been uppointe I �ity clerk of tranbrook. Thut c.ty will never regret tho choKce. Mr. Roberts is a type of the progressive ambitious westoner and will give his now position all the attention it .l>-servM. Ho fills the bill as "ill-right man in thu right place." The Ogllvio Co. one of the l*gga-d milling concerns in Canada, propose. It Is 6aid. to establish several mill* in Alberta. They win ori.ct olocat -ors at grain growing centres and then establish a mill at a point. They ore looking over South ern Alberta and Lotbbridge should liuvko it a point to innin*-K this company with our splendid location in the centre of a b'-g grain growing district. It would lie a mighty good th;�g to have tho OgUvlo Co. interested in Leihbridge. It In to too regretted that W. T. OalHford Is leaving the city. As man- one of them asked. "Vt-s. jm�t a poor llishop." "What church?" "The Episcopal." The hell you arc. Why that's the church I belong to. Driver you may i pass nn." A few woi-kh utfo | said Medicine Hat had more stuns than l>eth-bridgo. but I ii.-gl.Ttoii to point oui that none of them \wr�nh Young. CJirls It or umler- 1st, Bnmeh (It. , A. Wright) Mn-ggie Hyssop; 2nd, Ring (W. C. Liphardt) Maisie Eleet-wood; 3nl. Pin Rox (J. J. Jolili-| ston) Eilna Tjimb. Roys 11 or umler: 1st. Gloves. (Western Transfer Co.) Fred Wh'l -ney: 2ml. Cloves (Horner ami Hutch insoii) Harry Morris; Jlrtl. kulfo jW. Cray i Marcus Uunsworth. , ! (iiils II or under: 1st, Ring (F. Rooney) Constance Dooloy; 2nd, Skates (Rrodiu & Stafford) May Mc-Ken/ie; Hrd, Post card album (J.D. tllgiiibotham) Agnes N'iven. Roys 11 or under: 1st. Kr.-ife (U. L. Vroomani Wilbur McKcnzie; 2nd, emnluioi | v,,to ,,arP *K- SuSe> Bruce Davie* .'�Ird. Cup. (A. Macdonujd A Co.) Roy Stewart. Ccthbridae iron Olorks Co. Lid, Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns* Sashweights V Ml A' & & MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES V�lvct Pipe Bar Iron TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Miners' Tools Bsbkit Metal R REPAIRS Or ALL KINDS COMPETENT BOILERMAKER SENT OUT WHEN REQUIRED o:o:o:o"o.o.o oto'o SRSIOlt SPOltTS. 100-yds. dash, open: 1st, Sweater (Co-op) Fred Hoso; 2nd. (Jlo\-es (A. Southard) Wilbur McKcnzio; 3rd, Knife ((.'. W. Cray) Jessio Hardle. Throwing Baseball: 1st. Bat 'If. Miuliach) Fred Hoso; 2nd Cuff Links, (W. Armstrong) W. .1. Hyssop; .ir\l. Box water colors (C. V. Bennett) Wilbur McKenzie. Ouarier-inilo Itaco: 1st. Inkstand, (M. Freeman) Fred Kose; 2nd, Ins-stand (W'estcrr; Stationery Co.) SV. McKcnzio; 3rd, Knife, (C. W. Gray), Roy Stewart. standing Broad Jump: 1st, Baseball (11. Miebach) Fred Rose; 2nd Gloves (E. J. Hill) W. J. Hyssop: :ird. Purse (A. Southurd) W. Mc-Kemla. Hop, Stop and Jump: 1st Cloves (Bontloy Co.) Brucn Da%-ies: 2nd Ball, Fred ltoso; 3rd, Knife (O. W. Cray) W. J. Hyssop. Kicking Football: 1st. Knifo die & Staflonl) F. Hoso; 2nd. Sweat or (Tho 2 Macs) W. J. Hyssop; 3rd Knifo (Hick &i Wnkoly) o. Hyssop. . Running High Jump: 1st, Frsd Rose; 2nd, Box wator colors (C. V. Bennett) Bruce Dovles; 3rd. Spirs, (A. Eastern) Bryon McKay. Team'Haco: 1st. 4 Scarf Pins, F. Rose. B. lHtvies, C. Bovine and W J. Hyssop; 2nd, Box candy (R. E-Shorlock) W. McKonzio, II. McKwon II. McKay, .1. Hardlo; Brtl, Box ramly f.l. W. Keun) F. WhWnoy, Roy Stewart. II. Hamilton. It. McKay.  A RINK PROPOSED To Is? t'sed for Curling, Skating and Hockey. It is proposed to erect a curling and skating rink in the city and tho Herald trusts it will mvet wKh the support ol tho citizens. Tho idea is lo put up a modern rink, that could bo used for staling hockey ami curling, on tho Athletic tj rounds. It would bo built so that ico would bo assures) most of the season. A rink is badly needed in this c'ty Tho long winter evenings cannot l.o spent better by our young people than Ir. such healthful a pastime us skating and hockey. The curlers will soon havo to vacate their old quarters and will requlro r.ew promises, so a rink seonw absolutely necessary. these (Roe Singers are for the nuit part drawn from the famous Westminster Abbey Choir that tho r selections are of a sacred nature, but for tho s|>ecial benefit of those ti�-Icrcsled in Church music, one number will be introduced upon ouch programme In the form of an unaccompanied anthem. In addition to the ballads promised by Madame Murio I loot on th? "English i oui in I to. mid Mr. I-Mwa.-.I Braiiscnmhe. tho tenor, other members of tho party including some st is tho np-pearanco of Ihe solo soprano l-.ovs, who aro said to rank amongst tho most celebrated boy soloists in England. 'J'hopo little lads havo received their musicul tslucution at tho London College for Choristers, where s|n-i-!i>l training is given in tho partlcuiai-cluss of music which they havo como from England to regale us with. ThoCompnny have a repertoire of over ono hundrod plecus all of whi h are sung from memory, and during their series of concerts here, a change, of programme will ho in ado nightly. It must not lie Implied because GALT HOSPITAL STATISTICS. Tho boa ill of mnnngenwnt of tho Gait Hospital held thoir regular monohly meeting on Tuesday evo.i -Ing tho 9th Oct. at which, accounts, amounting to 088.3d woro approved for payment. Tho hospital statlstieo for Septom bet- were as follows: \uinlioi- of patients in Hospital, SoptoimVr 1st. 23. Number remaining in Hospital, on Sept. 30, 28, Number udtniltod durir.g Soptouv �>or 23. Number dischnrgod during September 23. Outdoor dressings nnd treatments, eighty-three. Ik>nlh-None. CATHOLIC EX-MAYOR RELENTED. NEW BAPTIST PASTOR lev. Wm. Reid coeds Rev. Innisfail, Pa.lley. Sue- Rev. Wm. Roid, of Innisfail, has been appointed to succeed Rev. Charles I'udley as pastor of tlu� Baptist church. Mr. Relit was in the city on Tuesday nud will como here to resldo early in NovemU-r. He has been lit Innisfail one year. Prior to lie Ijved in Scotlund. SENSATION AT MACLEOD. Chief of Pollco Rhodes Placed L'ndor Arrest. (Macleod Advance.) The police determined not, to allow tho selling of pools in tho holds the night before tho races ond warned hotel keepers accordingly. Not to bo outdone, however, tho hull was rented by a number of gentlemen and it. is understood pools woro disposed off tliore to thoso who wanted action on-tltelr money. Sgt. Piper hearing of what wns going on camo do wo in the evening and was refused admission to tho hall by ClJief Rhodes who appears to havo boon on guard over, tho door. A warrant was issued a -gainst tho chief tho next day, charg-ng him with aiding nnd abetting nn unlawful action. Saturday he received a preliminary hearing and wns remanded to tho no.vt sittings of the.Snpromd Court, with bull at �.2 000. The soiling of pools is a in tho calendar, but heretofore it has hiKr Boaugrand, former proprietor of La Putrio diwl this owning aftor a very-long illness. Ho hits boon knowiv in French Canadian circles as a notincod free thinker, but sonio weeks ago sont for Mgr. Rruchosi, . wns baptized and rccolwd into the | "ho building while it was being us who, as custodiun of tho hall, seoms ,1ro" j to haw Isxui doing no more than his duty in keeping a watchful oye nn Roman Catholic Church again. ed. ;