Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
ATU M0AV PAID THE PtMALTY UM haw to crow better IxrriM tkwux cam "and Ite Any can put in the box any question that be ead question and calls upon to answer it. Tfcaee Keuora, Out., Sept: Win, Paul, murderer of Henri' Schnelliug at Pinewood, November 30th, was OAee 914 Hedpath 8t. Before 9 a.m. 'Pboo U i-3 7-8 p.m. executed hero thin morning at 8.15. reveal an. astqundinjr degree of horti- Paul his eini with cultural At He spout a good nif lit tiririg to reel early and Painted soundly until 5.30 this morniiif 8.15 he watt. alone with his spiritual Jto W. A. Ky ____ tu by nul HenM, bat A HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY more the 'Herald' would urge the citizens of this city the nec- essity of forming a horticultural so- Now that the city is getting boulevards into siiupo aud it Is i 'for the owners" of iuwus to get tUeui into sluijxi also, it is time that some well tieliued scheme for their improvement wus- worked out and no orgauizatiou would be in u better to do tliis both act- ually and by to the city than a-''properly organized horticultural -society. The city next year will have ta have a parks committee whose particular care will be uxe boule- vards and the public sqttaie. It is not likely that this committee will be composed of expert horticultural- ista and the advice, of such a society would be very welcome even if the city has a man in charge of "the work However, if there were such a socie- ty, it would good policy for the city to make a grant to the society aud give it full charge of the work as well as of encouraging the individ- ual citizens in the improvement of their lawns and gardens. With regard to the organization and operation of a iiorticultural so- city, no better advice can be given than that given in the magazine known as Country Life in America a are intensely specific and go rigl t to the heart of vital "In its publication; and tu its meetings a society must reduce par- liamentary proceed ings and red tape to the minimum or it will surety die sooner or later. The only way 'iu which a society, can be iwrmanently successful is .to have live and the less formality 'in them "the fceiter..... .._ "It may be objected that the Ot- tawa Horticultural Society is a re- latively suml! 250 mem- bers, that it receives a year from tho government and, that an id- eal civic improvement society should have every citizen enrolled as a mem- ber and every citizen on a working committee. Nevertheless, we believe that the principles" above stated are the ones which advisor and lie left for the scaffold repentant of his crime. he made a full confession or the mur- der of Sch net but said that he. did it in the heat oi passion, uot from the .motive of. getting .the mon- ey. He said he look-this-as an-af- terthought. He was calm up to the end and walked up thft-slepe" leading 10 the scaffold, with unflinching foot- steps. Dfath was Owing to illuess Eadcliffe the hangman was uot able to be present. His place was taken by J. Thomp- son, of Toronto. manent success will guarantee per- in a civic horticul- tural society and that any society of its kind 'may be able to give its members seeds and plants which would cost them a dollar if bought at retail." OUR POINT OF'VIEW If there Es one regrettable feature of' a short campaign it is the fact that it "may stop Wil- frid Ijiurier's proposed trip to the West. It Urto be hoped that he can arrange dtill to make the trip. It must disheartening for R. L. Sorden to address hundreds at his meetings when Sir Wilfrid Laurier is spc-akiug to as joiauy In part the article MADE AWFUL MISTAKE Nurss Gave Patitnts Water Contain Poison Sin Diego, Cul., Sept. nurse in the county hospital lust'night'.con fessed to District Attorney Kirbey she had accidentally furnished i number of Clients with drinking water containing a quantity .of. poi- son. Six were taken violently ill, one died and others are in a serious con dition, some being unconscious. I is probable that other deaths wil occur. The wholesale poisoning waa followed by rumors that it wa brought about deliberately as the re- sult of a plot. The sheriff and th district immediately an in vestigation at .the hospital and ftnallj learned, froili one of the nurses that she had used for drinking water receptacle containing poison. ON TRACK TODAY Ik tatfej Co, tu. New Location But Same Low Prices before buying elsewhere We hmve placed a carload of the Well-known, Metal in stock uwi Office and Factory br UNI urn men Telephone 153 F. German Between Sage's and'Roy's ys M Now is the time for reports of re- cord breaking crops. year or so ago "Every year dozens of Horticultural and civic improvement societies start up in different parts of the countrj and after two or three years fizzle out. The reason for this failure is that the societies are generally or- ganized on a semi-ct aritable basis instead of on a basis approximating j 'value received.' For two three years people may be willing to give a year to help along a good -cause but after that it gets monoton- ous. Everyone has demands upon him "for charity which he cannot ig- nore even when he is hard pressed but things that are neither business nor- ctiartcy-soon gets, stale and in hard times are the Qrst to get neg- lected. There is only one way of tid- ing over the inevitable waning of enthusiasm that'comes in every so- ciety's life and that -is by giving peo- ple something for their money. The one horticultural society in America which gives the most for the money and which therefore offers the great- est inducement to join is, I believe, the Ottawa Horticultural Society which has been the main factor of transforming Ottawa in twelve years from one of the. worst looking to the very best looking city in Canada. "Everybody who pays a dollar i year to the Ottawa Horticultura Society gets two dollars worth o plants and bulbs. is if he bought these plants and bulbs at re tail in the ordinary way he woulr have to pay dollars for them The Society can afford to give them to each member arid still save n por tiou of tho dollar fee, liccstusc i buys these plants wholesale. Thes are arranged in groups suited to th choice of the members. Societ finds it Ivetter to buy these plant through lo.cal florists them from dea trs at a distance. "A rock on which many societic split is the matter of prizes. Th common thing is to bully or teas tho tradesman into giving shoes. m> brellas, etc., for prizes. This is Bort of licensed blackmail that is oositively. Everj-thing must hear- iay and on somebody's authority Caution's the word. This is about .he way a story must be written up nowadays to pass muster with th iverage city editor: An alleged man whose name was reported to be John Jones, and who, according to the di rectory, had his supposed home a 999 Brown street, and, as Hs neigh bors whisper, was a canvasser fo alleged books, is said to have been arrested this morning on the alleged charge of reported assault and ru- mored battery on his alleged wife. The woman, according to the police, told an story- of rumored ab- use at the hands of her supposed hus- band. .Ipnes, as his nanicTvns given. was discovered, the doorman says, hanging in his ceil by a'supposed rope, which, it is believed, he 'made of his alleged shirt, lie was, as the story goes, cut' down, but, the city physirian says, wa.s already dead. Dr. Robinson, claiming to county physician, was notified, and ordered the alleged remains taken in charge by Stiff Co.. wro gave their Occu- pation as undertakers. If no alleged relatives claim the supposed corpse it will, the authorities declare. IK; bur- ied al the alleged expense of the so- called 'Tress.'1 SINGING Miss Ursula Archer, A. R. A. M., .ondon, England, pupil of the em_ nent teacher, William Shakespeare, ate vocal music in the Halifax- -Conservatory-' of receive pupils in voice culture and vocal music on and 'after Seu- 1st at The Lethbridge Conser- vatory of Music. 2t per PIANO Miss Margaret M. Fraser, A. T. C. 'ate of The Toronto-Conservatory teacher of plane and theory of .music. Highest artistic results secured to gifted pupila. Personal i consultation at The Lethhridge Con.l servatory of Music on and after Au- gust 31st. 2t per HOW MUCH IS THERE IN ITFORIOU? Bvyyovr Lumber from the South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. and save 15 to 20 per cent on the cost of your' House, Barn or Granary TheSouth Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Corner Westniinster Ford MADAM NORMAN PUni.U) Teacher oT pianoforte, orjao, MK voice produeiiou. Viaiti or prepare cr adracced. Coachiof for exaoii. Howard HOUM, Oabb Electrical Time Clocks Automatically switch 'but your lights at any hour of the day or night. I Elfectric v I Wiring At installed givbt the greatest power and lightest metre bills Electric Supplies Of: good quality Jn stock 4 at close _ McKENZIE V ROY i Electrical Dealers and Contractors Redpath St, Liethbridge, Alta. Phone 204 SNAP 2 Lots in North Ward These must be sacrificed AT ONCE. Call today P.O. 654 Coal, Ice and [PRAYING Western Transfer Co. J LQKGr BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHONE 63 J.F. Rodgers Jos. A. Young FOR SALE MdRSES .Heavy and Light Sak Stable Wood St. DR. O. J. COURTICE 4 Dentist Graduate of Northwestern CTniver- sity, Chicago, 111. Office to 12; 1 to 5. Rooms I and 2, Macdonaid Block _________. _________-v__________. DR. C. C. CRAGG Physician and Surgeon. Office overHiginbotham's Drug Store Phone Office 125. House 34. Office to 11 a.m., to p.m., 7 to-S p nr The Oxford Cafe Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit and Confectionery JOE FONG Proprietor Ike Male tetairant la the place to get a good Square Meal. Everything new and tetnnit's M Stud Coaldale Block. Short Orders at all Hours NOTE CHANGE OF DATE EXCURSION RATES TO THE LAND OF THE BIG RED APPLE Under the auspices of The Arrow Lake Orchards 4 The Excursion will leave Lethbridge, September Claresholm H 21st Spokane 21st One day will be spent at the Nelson Exhibition, arriving.at the Company's lands on the morning of the 24th, returning the same day. The party will be accompanied by the Company's representatives. Por further particulars'and application forms apply N. FREEMAN, Letttridge, Alta.. AMUNDSOKft Aha. THE WEBB REALTY CO, Wash. Applications should be in by Sept 18th or sooner The Arrow Lake Orchards 1. Teams Wanted At Once Hayr Transfer Co. H. Harr and W. G. 'Hole, PHONE 180, ESTABLISHED 1S64 The Simmons Magrath "Eyeopener" arrives thia afternoon. Catch on Everybody. Argosy, Scrap Book, Wide Ian Story-Teller, Railroad Man, rimart Set. Cavalier, Allstory. ALL FOR OCTOBER NOW ON SALE I, SKE FRESH OYSTERS and SPRING CHICKENS at THE HUB Watch the new Bulletin Board for the menu for each meal Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided 1 BOARD OF' DIRECTORS Jonathan Hodgson, Esq. Vice-President Sir H. Montagu Allan President C. R. Hosmer, Esq., Thos. Long, Esq., C. F. Smith, Esq., Hugh A. Allan, Esq., C. M. Esq., Alex. BametT Esq., F. Orr Lewis, Esq. E. F. Hebden..........................General Manager The Bank has 119 branches and agencies distributed throughout Canada. New York Agency, 63 and 65 Wall St. SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS invited, and special atten- tion is paid to small deposits. Interest at 3 per cent, per annum, compounded four times a year. Drafts. Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current rates LETHBRIDGE 'E. W. McMULLEN, BUY YOUR Tomato from the Grower RIPE TOMATOES 20 crate GREEN TOMATOES 3 l-2c per ft. Creston J. STAGE SMITH CRESTON, B.C. HAMILTON YOU NO nd K.C., D.C.L.. 6. Morton B. C. L Barristers, Solicitow, Ete. Office: Conjbcaxe Block. W. C. SIMMONS Etc. Office: Souihtrd Block. ADDI80N SON Funeral Oirtcifii'rt- -nd Embalmer. 321 Crabb St. LETHBBIDGE, ALTA. Office and Residence Phone 102 F. B. ROLF80K ARCHITECT Whitney Stock.- JAS. A.; MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdohf Id Stock, Redpath 'Street _ Lethbridge, Alta. THE MISSES BROOK Fashionable Dressmakers Cbildren'8 Clothes and Plain Sewing 41 Avenue WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN T EM E R A N C E U N 10 N Meet _in Ifetlvodist Wesley Church every third Friday in the month al 3.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Pre.. MRS. .CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, Leihbridf e Lodge (31) A. F. A. M., G, R. A. meeting Anight, the third Thursday -month in the Hall; P. O. Block; at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. A.C.ME8SER. G.V.8XORKEY, W. M. Secretary, P. O. Box K37 Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. s. a, DAVIES, w.p 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S Canadian Order of Foresters fc.262 Meets ib K. of P Hall last Thursday of month. Vititing Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, G.R A. NEIDIG, F.S. LETH BRIDGE LOOut NO. C. B. P. O. E. Meeta on the second Tuesday of each mouth at 8.15 p.m. E. A. 8HARMAN, M. PRIEST. E- R. Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. ta if hflari befit Met) ia the of Hall irat and thfrd ThqrwJay in the at 8 .Yiiitiog trpthmi always wrf COBTC. Walter Appleby, FrM T. Robin., e W. rmuent, BOK 67. First-class Cafe MS mm Hum Short Order Between Aeals CARROLL DOYLE NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS in the Labor Kail every tec- and and fourth Mondays in month. Emphycrs requirinf certificated en- gineers, aiMi enf ineeri out of employ- ment, mQM do wril to communicatt with m. ROBERT NEVIN, W. A. DICK80N. flecreUry.