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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5th Street S. Phone 763 Prepare for it by leaving your order with us for Storm Sash and Storm Doors. We will also arrange for putting on and fitting PIONEER LUMBER CO. Yardi at Lethbriflit N. Lettbrldw Taber Bow Island Milk River High Claresfcolm Nanton Gramim Barons Klpp Jet. BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are you aware of the large number-of u O fine hardy Flowering Shrubs that are perfect- ly hardy on the prairie and'will thrive there year after year, getting more beautiful -every We can send you a selection of.twelve varieties, three years old, .that. all bloom this coming summer and all will, be .blooming at different periods from spring un- til fall. ..The selection includes Lilacs.'Snow- balls, Spireas, Syrmgas., Elders, Berberries, Snowberries, Deutzias, 'Hoirey- siickies. etc.. etc. V All two to three feet high, three years old. regular value This selection, all.express charges .'pre- paid'to your nearest express office at special price. For 30 days only of Place orders early Only per dozen Nurseries Mirror C. TAKE CASE TO HIGHER COURT Temperance and Moral Reform League Not. Satisfied Edmonton, Oct. for leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada, has been, made by C." A.' Grant, of the firm of Bishop, Ginn: and Delevault, solicitors, acting .-for the Temperance and Moral Reform league, in the case of the Ryley hotel license. The application -will come ,up for hearing on Oc-tober- 28 and if [granted the appeal will be'set down LOCAL BUDGET L.'Shepherd, postmaster at V.'ar- ner, was in the city yesterday. :E: T; Fitzsimmons, general manag- er of the Davenport Collieries at Bur- 'Was in Lethbridge yesterday. A. V. Lang, leading merchant of was in the city on business yesterday... R. Brown has sold a new resi- dence- on Sixth Ave., south, to Mrs. Devine. The Dpwsley-McMillan Co. i negotiated" the deal. The .funeral took place yesterday from the residence, 916 Arthur for. the February sittings of the Su- preme court. The Ryley hotel license case has passed through the various courts the province during tee last two months. The license for this hotex was granted by. the provincial board jot license commissioners. An appeal I against the license was taken by. the Temperance and Moral Reform league ion the, ground, that the jation" necessary to the granting o3 jthe license was not signed by twenty of the forty nearest householders to 1 the site of the hotel, and further that there were an insufficient number of I dwelling houses in the village tc per- mit of a license being granted. Mr. Justice Harvey, the newly ap- pointed chief justice, granted the ap- peal and the license was rescinded. TO COMPEL THEM TO GO TO SCHOOL Legislation Wanted by School School Grants _ Oct. waiting to_ t-ne public cemetery, oi Rema the OQ the Provincial Government today, miant, child_pi Mr. and Mrs. t.nrl rKfl school trustees held MORE BAD FiRES J MONEY FOR McGILL AND IN MINNESOTA Duluth, Minn., Oct. iires "are .threatening tbe settlement -of Twig, sixteen miles west of Duluth, and the settlement around Pike Late two miles south of Twig, and fire- 10 render assistance to settlers and others. K M. Walsh of Duluth tried to get to Twig by team today and lorced to turn back. [Appeal was taken by the hotel people LAVAL to Alontreal, Oct. Supreme Court of Alberta, ec bane, and Mr. Justice Harvey's deeis- the ion was reversed on the ground that of Inverness, court had no jurisdiction in the public it is the license commissioners be- that both. McGill. and .Laval will fog .the final arbiters. The principal ground for the appli- died on Saturday Kev.T.' P. Perry, qf Wesley church, conducted the services. Amy -Hedenstrom, the nine ninths' old child-of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hedenstrom, "died Monday. The fun- eral took.place at yesterday frora Addison's Undertaking parlors to the public.'cemetery. Rev. A. A. Lytle, of Westminster Methodist Church, officiating. Tickets "to" Strathcona await Mrs. H. E. HulJett, her familv of three and her ''sister-in-law, Mrs. M. Ross, at the city police station, 3tfr. came down from Edmonton to meet them here last week, but could.-find'no trace of them. He to Macleod and endeavored to locate there. He failed to do so, how- ever, and believes no w. that they have never left" Lethbridge.'. His add'rcss is 654 Sinclair storeet, Edmonton. Secretary A. J, Warren, of the Fra- ternal" Societies' Tag Day committee, yesterday, received the -last cheque from" the-churches whose collections on to' the fund. The total receipts were 5195. Of this amount the collections from St. Cyprian's, Knox and Wesley churches amounted to i'45.55. The balance ,of. the ninp, collection boxes streets. A meeting of the committee will he called at ah early" "date to wind up the business and make arrangements for the disposal of-the fund. receive large sums. The late Dr. ieid left an estate estimated at near- i ly three millions. AID 70 INDIAN SCHOOLS Toronto, Oct. Church of England Missionary Society has made a grant of to aid the work in the Indian schools in the West. The government will be requested by the society to supplement a little more to that aim. C. P. R. AFTER D-RUNKEN PASSENGERS .ON TRAINS Brandon, Oct. Badger, was fined ten dollars and costs for Deing drunk and disorderly -when a passenger on a Canadian Pacific Rail- cation, for leave to appeal to the Su- preme of Canada, by the soli- citor for the Temperance and Mora} Reform league, is the contention that the decisions on various license cases which have come before the courts, have been conflicting. In this connection the Tale and Richelieu cases are cited. In the first case the appeal against the license was way train. a vigorous campaign form of annoyance. The- company is starting against this Sam Griffith Owner H. Cleveland Manager I If our Last Chance To See on the ground of insufficient accom- modation. Two of the judges case held that the court had no juris- diction on the point, but they expres- sed the opinion that had it been or the point of the "recommendation' the court wo.uld have had jurisdict jtion. In the Richelieu case the license was rescinded on the point involved in the Ryley case, according to the solicitor for the Temperance and Moral Reform league. That is to sa: the point related to the "recommend- S? .ition" and the number of dwelling houses. It is stated that the judges whc opined in the Yale case, that had the point to be decided referred to thi they would held that the court had jurisdiction, in the Ryley case reversed this opin ion and have held thac even on this point the court has no jurisdiction. Doors open at 8 Pictures start at 8.30 'Admission 50c and 75c. No reserve SATURDAY, OCT. 22nd The success of three continents A carload of scenery. 25 people rjp; j I erry s 1 i Direct from Tickets on sale at Red Cross Drug Store Prices: Orc'fiestra Dress Circle Balcony and 75c ESCAPED PRISONER CAUGHT AT LAST Denver. Col.. Oct. to De one of two .bandits who robbed tfce Great Northern express at Ron- [jao, Mont., Sept. 12. 1307, Charles Me- Uonald was arrested at Baugh, New by Postom'ce Inspector Earl Smith, of the Denver office. Shortly j after the robbery la which forty thou- j j sand dollars was secured mostly in 1 registered mail, McDonald and Ed. i smith, alias Frank Hauser, were ar- rested and one thousand two hua- clred dollars recovered. The pair es- i caped jail at Helena. Smith was cap- tured ac Barnesville, convicted and I sentenced to life imprisonment at Ft. heavenworth. McDonald has eluded rederal officers for more than two years. WESTERN" -HIBE AND JUNK CO; WANTED All kiixLs-of- second hand fiirnitiiTe. Office and Warehouse 320 Crabb St. Phone 442 P.O.Box 2013 Lethbridge, Alta. AUCTION SALES Conducted on short notice. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. Live stock and implements a specialty. J.A. Smith, 414 Wood St., Lethbridge, Alberta. Regular sales at J. C. Graves' Sale Barn, Wood St, on the second and fourth. Tuesday, jf each month. i.PETTlPIECE IN EDITOR'S CHAIR Kernio, Oct. P. Pettipiece, of 1 Vancouver, is here and holding down ihe editorial bench in the District Jbedger office during the absence of Chief Bennett on the warpath. J. H. is expected to arrive tomorrow and Hon. Thos. Taylor is looked t'or during the week. Notice to the Public The F. VadfiDyton S Co. "beg to inform the public that they have secured a suite of offices in the Johnson Block (lately occupied hy the Illinois Alberta Land Co.) directly across the street from their old stand. opened up for business this mo rni Crestou, B. C., is considering incor poration as a town. By the death o; John T. Ivlolson, om of the large shareholders of the Mil- son's Bank, and Gc.o. F. Ham. Mont prominent citizens ;rcal lost week. The Office o! Rlpley Transfer Is INOW On Opposite Methodist Church Graying done OB short aotlcs HAY AND GRAIN FOS SALE PHONES: tlie deputation oi school trustees held a to discuss in de- tail the proposals.to be made to the Minister oi "Education. 'It decid- that the matter to be brought' first to the attention'of'the-.ramister-- was.the desirability oi adopting rneas ures to ensure the compulsoiy attwiU- ance of children, and to this end the department will be, requested to make provision'for the appointment.-'of a truancy .officer empowered to act in this matter under the direction or tbe board, A bill was drafted; embody- ing provisions agreed upon by, the meeting, and will be submitted to the minister by W. H. Clark. The suggestion that a member of the city police force might be ap- pointed lor the purpose was thorough ly discussed. The opinion was ex- pressed, however, by a majority of those present that fhe truancy officer should be a plain clothes official and directly under the control of the school hoard. "It. would be a remarked Mr. Clark, "to give the children the impression are ieing run in oy the "We do riot want to give them any other-impression than that the'police are for protection and not for prose- said Mr. Austin. Grants to High. Schools 'A plea for increased, grants to high, schools and the extension of. the course. 'fronv three to years will be presented hjr Superintendent Mc- Caig.- The object of this latter re- quest-will be, not the increase of sub- jects or work involved in the present- curriculum, but the extension, of the time at present allowed for this-work .with a view to securing greater efft- jciency. The department will also be peti- tioned to recognize and assist by grants, manual" training, domestic science, physical, training and kinder- garten work. The claims of the dele- gation in this matter will; be present- ed by 0. D. Austin, of Lethbridge. It Vas felt that the sale of the school debentures might be appreci- ably facilitated if the city boards were authorized to co-operate in this matter with the municipality, by is- suing their debentures at the same time and in the same manner as the municipality. The precise terms of the proposal to be submitted to the minister, however, were left'to .be de- termined at a special meeting to be: held this rcorning. This matter will be presented by J. F. Fowler, of Ws- taskiwin, and A. T. Gushing, of the Edmonton fcioard. Appointment of Auditor It was also decided that power should be given to the city boards to appoint each its own auditor for the purpose of making- the annual audit. Under the existing law the auditor for the school board is the auditor of the municipality. Instances were m-e-ri tioned in which, owing to strained rp latiohs of the board with the, city au- thorities, the author of the municipal- ity had refused to act and the audit of the books of the board had been, neglected. Power to expropriate lands for school purposes will also be asked for. The suggestion that the membership of the city school boards should be increased occasioned considerable dis- cussion, and it was decided to peti- tion the department on behalf of these boards for power to increase their numbers from five to seven. To this it is probable that a request will be j added looking to the establishment of a sliding scale allowing a further in- crease of the membership as required by the growth of population. This suggestion will te presented to ih." j minister by Robt. Ritchie, chairman I of the Strathcona school board. P. E. Butchart and Ramsav will j endeavor to impress the minister j with the necessity oi conferring upon the board the power TO appoint a medical health officer and will also j ask for thr recognition of the office I of superintendent of schools. Our Brewmaster Says To Us: need not hesitate to recommend ALBERTA'3-PRHXB-ttV of the very finest beers on the market today. have been brewing beer for twenty now and-iieverVbi-' .fore have I turned out a product with .was-stK'welkaatisfiea; as I am LETHBRIDGB beer. "With such remarkably fine water as ;with f- the best barley and' hops, r ever saw, we-are enabled "beer.of'which.--1.am exceedingly Drink Pride If you use beer-at home get a believe you'll say it's the best beer The Letkbridge Brewing Malting Co. I r _ PHONE 554 J. HOSMERTO HAVE THE FIRST Rescue Station i in the ProTince of British Columbia (Special TO Fernie, F. Tolmie, de- puty minister of: mines of this prov- ince, and -chief mine -inspector F.-H. Hhepnerd, arrived in. town last night and will be' met" by Mr. Muiigramm trom Pittsbnrg. when-the -new first rescue station will ibe installed at mer. This is the first of three such stations which are -being installed, one at Hosmer and one at Middleboro and Nanaimo. These "first rescue stations are of the Draeger pattern of oxygen, resus- citation apparatus, which has toeeu adopted by the provincial government and che operators of the various mines will install auxiliary stations at all mines to be operated in conjunction with the astral ones. The W-estern Fuel Co. was the first mine in the province to adopt this system of guarding against loss of life as far as possible and it was in consequence of that move that the attention of the government was call- ed to the subject. The Hosmer sta- tion w'-l be placed in a car which can be run to any of the mines in the dis- trict on shon notice. At each mine the will install separate sta- tions, and trained in the use of the aparatus will charge. Aside .from, jurpbae! of the aparatus, .that of resuscitation of lite to victims heuuned mines in ease of-' accident, to "mines in sibllity to -interior use. of the oxygen plant will reduce the probability oE doss i-toy-fir a and other causes: There'are now 4000 of these'plants in use'in Europe, "the Japan, Mexico and even in Siberia. -The Hosmer station- is th e be placed British. the other two will-be installed as the Hosmer station has 'beenLpiit In working order The Hosmer station will be.'.equip- ped _ with one Draeger aparattrs 1910. model number two, to two nours' capacity, with an cylln-j der for the sapie; potash each good for two hours' and refilling pump. Each of these j cylinders has a capacity of 100 of oxygen. There are also electric safety lamps and recharging device tor same. There are rescue ;ap- paratus, model- of 1910, number 1-2 of thirty minutes capacity, to ibe placed.1 with the- main apparatus j case the larger one.is act required.; .Mr. Mungraaun