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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Paged The Lethbridgf Dally Herald, Tuesday August 16.1910 AUCTION SALE On Thursday next, August 18th At Their Sale Rooms, SMITH ST. (Reap of Dallas Hotel) AT 2 O'CLOCK PROMPT THE WADDINGTON-STUCKEY CO. twill sell by public auction as above, a large quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Removed for convenience of sale from various residences including S nearly new Dressers and, Stands, Brass Mounted Beds, Springs and Mattresses, Buffets, Sideboards, Dining- Chairs, Din- ing Tables, Cheffoniers, Cooking and Heating Stoves, Carpets, Lin- oleums and other items too numerous to mention. A prompt at- tendance requested. On view day prior to sale. Phones: 426, 469 and 681. Office: Round St. Mass Meeting of the BUILDING TRADES will be held on Tuesday, August 23rd, at 8 LOCAL BUDGET WARNER GOSSIP A Serious New Ware- Residences be- ing Erected (From the Record) Robert Allerdice, eldest son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Allardice of this place met with a painful, -what might have been a fatal accident this week. He was; in the 'bam of Leffingwell and Egan and in some way, he says he don know how it happened, he was kick ed by a horse. It was the same on which caused the broken leg of Me vin U'irlcii seise weeks ago. It thought at first that he was ibadly injured internally, but up to th time of writing he is doing nicel; and is out around town. This ough to be a. lesson for the boys to teach them not to 'be careless around hor ses'. Building a Home D. R. Yatts, of the Becker and Yates Lumber Company arrived in town with Ms wife and they will take up their residence here now. The exca vating Is completed for MS new house and as soon as the foundation is built the house will be begun. It is to foe one of the nicest, if not the nicest house in Warner. We are glad to welcome Mr. Yates and wife to our midst, and hope that they will be well satisfied with their choice. Fined Heavily On July 25, before Supt Wilson, J. P., of the R. 'N. W. M. P. and C. E. Kenney, J P., L. D. Hawley was ar- raigned and charged with carrying offensive weapons without a permit. charge being rproved by -Con- stable E. N. Bird, R. X. W. M. P. Accused was fined ?20.00 and costs. This is -the first case of this kind tbat ihas come before the notice of the J. Ps. of this district and it is to be hoped that this example will be a warning to all who imagine it is nec- essary to carry a revolver. A Fine Residence Corelius Ott is having a fine new The steam shovel, ordered by th works and property committee fo sewer and water maia excavation work, arrived yesterday morning. The Trades and Labor Council has applied to the city council for grant of towards the expenses 01" Labor Day celebration, also lor the use of Gait park on that day. At the police court John M. Camp- bell was yesterday, morning remanded for eight days on the charge of caus- ing bodily harm to the seven-year-old son of Mat Petrus by wanton driving on afternoon last. W. E. MacAlpine, cashier at city offices, returned yesterday from a two weeks' vacation spent in Win- nipeg. Sunday as two young men were driving down the Macleod trail the horse, which belonged to L. F. Bon-- nell, became unnranageable near the traffic bridge. In order to avoid run- ning into a wagon the driver was forced to turn the animal toward a small coulee, with the result that it jumped in and broke its leg and had to be shot. Geo. Taylor, the Bartlett street florist, leaves to-day to judge the professional exhibits at the Calgary Horticultural Show, and on his re- turn from there, to Cardston to judge horticultural .exhibits at that place. Tlie funeral took place from Knox church yesterday afternoon of Doris Lillian Henderson Robertson, the six months' old child of Mr. aud Mrs. J. Robertson, "Westminster Road. Rev. A. M. Gordon officiated and the arrangements were under the direc- tion of R. G. Addison. Premier Walter Scott, of Saskatch- ewan, has written Secretary D. H. Elton, of the Alberta an4 Eastern j j British Columbia Press Association, that nothing will please him better than to attend, if it is at all pos- sible for him to do so, tlie annual convention of the Association which will be held in _this city early in Oc- tober, and to deliver an address. j The remains of Mary Macdonald, the wife of H. A. R. Macdonald, who died on Saturday morning after an illness of two months, were laid to rest at the cemetery Sunday after- noon. The burial service was read at the residence of J. A. Macdonald, 1255 Dufferin street, by Rev. A. M Gordon, of Knox Presbyterian church, and the body was taken from there ishing, and school will begin as soon direct to the cemetery where tbe-final Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It the Best Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ The University of Alberta Courses Offered In to B. A. and B. Sc. degrees. APPLIED io B. Sc. degree, MATRICULATION -Wednesday, Sep- tember 21st. REGISTRATION AND Seotember 28th. Application for the September Matriculation Examination should be made before September 1st. For application forms cal- endars, and full information, apply to THE REGISTRAR, Strathcona, Alta. tis t A Postcard sent to the undersigned asking him to call with Pure Milk and Cream will be promptly attended to A sanitary dairy has been fitted up, and one call will inake you a satisfied customer E. PELTIER Box 1S67 Lethbridge 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance Jf COST AND FOUND brown mare, aged i> years, branded D reversed C on left nip. Running with an Indian cayuse with a cok, reward for return to Leth- bridge Brewery. 204-0 VACANT competent housemaid. Apply Mrs. P. H.'Mewburn, Redpath gelding, no brand, white stripe on face, weight about Last seen near Wilson Siding. reward for return to W. D. Whitney's gold nugget on a small chain on the fair grounds on Wednesday. Liberal reward for return to the Her- St. 204-0 general servant for work at Frank. W.ages per mon-th. Apply 537 Ernest St. 200-0 male stenographer for the superintendent's office Royal North West Mounted Police, Macleod. "For particulars apply Officer Commanding R.N.W.M. Police, Lethbridge. 199-12 aid office. 204-6 A sold wishbone brooch set with pearls. Finder please return to 1208 Ford St. and receive reward-. 04-O gold wishbone brooch with bird on wing in centre, set with pearls. Finder please return to 120S Ford St. and 'receive reward. 204-Q house being about nine miles north of town. It is reported that the cost will fee between and 14.000. Frank La Qua is building it. He has several others on. the string and may build them too. New Schoor House The Prairie Round school house in completed all but the furn- after the first of September as teaches can be engaged. Preachin? school services will be held in the house next Sunday. Sunday school at 10 o'clock and preaching at 11 o'clock. After this there will be ser- rites were performed. Besides the relatives of deceased, a number of friends attended the service at the house and followed the remains t__i__ I TO roomed fully mod-" em OEl Bartlett St, furnished or unfurnished. Apply Conybeare, Church McArthur or W. H. Mc'Lel- 203-6. vices every two weeks, and Sunday M. .Bunt, Fire Chief Kilkenny, S school every week. Smith, H. Jennings, J. B. McCreadj Warner Boys Grading H. M. Smyth, acted as pal A letter from Alix this week advis- j bearers. es that our boys are busy at work on the grade, and moving about 450 yards of dirt each day. Part of their work Is grading across a lake about 8 or 9 feet deep. The farmers around there are working on a small seals, just about enough -broken for seed and feed, and quite a lot of stock is raised. They report a live M. W. A. CONCRETE WALL FELL DOWN Camp of 55 members in a town near their work. Farewell Party A pleasant evening was spent this week on Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. -Snapp, the occasion being the farewell to Rev. Rupp and anally, who left on Tuesday for their ormer home at Flannigan, Illinois. 'he family have been out here four Cornwall, Ont. Aug. distress- ing accident occurred at Messena, N. Y-. about five .o'clock this morning when a section of an immense con- crete wall being built >by the T. A. Gillespie Construction Co. of New York Citv for St. Lawrence Pow- months, coming for the egaining the health of purpose of Mr. Rupp. They have charge of the Orphan's ome at Flannigan, where they have sen for about ten years, and need- ng a rest, the entire family came here or the summer. The family have er Co., of Massena, suddenly and without a moment's warning collaps- ed and carried death and destruction in its wake. Reports from Messena this morning say -the sight was one never to be forgotten. Just outside WILL DROP TITLE Duke of Sutherland to Settle in Alber- ta and Become Plain Canadian Montreal, Aug. a noble Scottish peer is about to drop his title and become an ordinary Canadian, set- tling down among his people in Can- ada's great west, is the news brought by W. D. Yates, who arrived in the city tthis morning. Yates is factor for the Duke of Sutherland, and is on his to Alberta to arrange for the set- tlement of one hundred farmers from the duke's estate in Scotland on Al- berta land, which his lordship has re- cently acquired. Mr, Yates announces that the Duke of Sutherland will come to Canada himself next year, drop his title, and settle down on an Alberta ranch. and receive reward. 208-2 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS and Gents' cast-oft shoes, furniture, carpets, rugs, watches, jewelry, musical instru- ments, bicycles, guns, buggies, Demo- crat wagons, horses and stoves. The temporary work. 3S5. Apply Phone No 207-2 good general servant Apply Nursing Mission, 530 Bartlett St. two room shack and stable. Close in. Apply 1st house east of Windsor Hotel. 205-6 OFFICES TO Sherlock Sos-e servants for and country. Apply Y. W. C. T. TL 207-0 __________________ ___ j TO r.oomed house, Duff Ad- town dition. per month. Apply The BT.. Macbeth Agency, Sherlock Bldg. 05-6" MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE highest cash price paid for live poul- _ ____________________________ try.. Apply to the Harvard Tailoring i FOR hay in carload lots. Co., 330 Crabb street, opposite new j Apply for prices to Newman Jack- Herald office._________________184-26 j son, Box 86, Okotoks, Alta. Phone 25. sewing at 18S-24 Mrs. Vineham, 41S Courts St. 203-ox by the day. Ap- ply Mrs. Katie Palen, east of Athletic Grounds, or phone 749. 205-Os FOR computing scale, butcher's block, saws, knives, cleavers and wall brackets, for sale cheap. Was used only four months. Write Box 545 or call at 40 Argyle Ave., Lethbridge. TO roomed fully modern house 1263 Bompas St. Apply Phone' 350. 206-6' TO large double front bedroom, suitable for three ladies or gentlemen, or sitting room and bed- room for married co.uple. All modern conveniences. 1101 Ford S't. 206-6 Alta. 203-6 WANTED TO BUY AT work horses. Must not weigh less than twelve hundred pounds each. Ad- dress H. P. Gardner, Box 665, Leth- a tent 17x17 and one bed room suite located 6 or 7 room J Apply Harvard Tailoring Co., 330 FOR SALE laying hens an Edison phonograph -with 87 recerds. a Singer sewing machine nearly new. house, give price and term's. Box 28, Herald Office. Apply 207-O Crabb St, opposite the Herald office. 203-6 WANTED TO or 3 good lots n Duff Addition. Give price and ffice 207-O WANTED TO BUY FROM Raw or partly improved farm, reason- ably close to market. Price and terms must be right. Apply Box 29, Herald Office. 207-0 pasture 200 head FOR second hand man's bicycle. Apply 1601 Hordon St, off el St., N. W. 208-1 FOR wheat seed, Alberta Red. H. E. Miebach, Monarch, Alta. 207-6 TO good furnished rooms use of phone IS per month eaeh. 849 Crabb St. 206-6" TO rurtuilied room in new modern house.- Breakfast or full board if desired. Apply 719- Crabb' St 206-6' FOR front room, with use of parlor and piano. Suitable for two. 113 Cutbill S't 206-6 FOR modern house on Rogers street, very close in. Apply G. A. Peat Co., Macdonald Block. 207-O FOR roomed cottage, ful- ly modern, 615 Round St. horses; good feed; good water. For 1 h far-mi-- _ W FOR yearling and year old well bred ewes; three, four and five year old fat wethers; head of 6 year old ewes; 150 head of grade Lincoln Apply at 617 Round. 207-2 j FOR roomed houses one two Dlock Westminster School; water and light. ?10 per month. R. V. Gib- bons Co., Ott Block. Phone 1191. WENT HOME HUNGRY Chatham, Aug. Sunday, over ive hundred Americans came over this immense wall is a large -cribwork by lDoat to Chatham to 'visit friends and on this about 35 or 40 men were in the Detroit Motor Boat Club who engaged. were anchored here for the day. They ormed some very warm friendships Ported that four men were kille( ere since their arrival and leave with j outright and fifteen or twenty wer he best wishes of a'large circle of more or less wounded. The workmen principally Italians. The worl Tbe concrete was undermined and arrived here at two o'clock, nearly famished for something to eat, but ow- ing to the strict enforcement of the tons of it slid out on men. It is re- friends. There were about 60 pre- ent at the gathering. i of rescuing those pinned under th Tvreck is being hurried along as speed MISS LENEVE REBUFFS PASTOR ily as the awkward situation will per mit and the list of dead and injured The Waddingtou- Stuckey Company Dealers in All Kinds of HAY GRAIN Carloads shipped at once, on receipt of order. Get our prices. Hay, Grain, Stock, Etc. sold on commission, either by pri- vate treaty or public auction. WAREHOUSE SALES YD. SMITH ST. Rear of Dallas Hotel Phone 426 Office Round St. "Will Send For Minister When I Want She Said When Dean Called Quebec, Aug. of the Anglican Cathedral, received i tan unexpected rebuff'Friday when he i called on Ethel Leneve at the prison j infirmary to give her spiritual advice, j Governor Morin informed her that the I clergyman had called and she at once j replied somewhat petulantly: "I don't want to see anybody. When I want to see a minister I shall ask." She refused to discuss the matter any further and the dean had to leave without seeing her. The girl similarly repulsed the offer of a law- yer who proffered his legal services, "do what Dr. Crippen will scarcely be .known until rol j call of workmen has taken. The town of Messena is greatly excited over the fatality. THE HOME RULERS she said. I will go. "If he goes back to England STILL SAWING WOOD If you look for good Building Material at Lowest Prices you cannot pas's us up. Ltd Yard Office Phone 362. Baroness Road. Gen'I Office Phone 334. Dantry. Ireland, Aug. Shehy and John Roche, members o parliament from Ireland, invested this town today with a strong body followers, and as the place is O'Brien stronghold there was a lively row, that lasted most of the day. The local Redmondites had gathered hear the visitors speak, when they were attacked by the O'Brienites. Sav- age fighting with stones and sticks followed. There were many broken heads. After long delay the police were reinforced and escorted the visi- tors to a Railway station. MR. McKENNY RECOVERING Edmonton, Aug. H. W. Mc- P. P., who was reported to be dying a few days ago. is pro- gressing favorably towards health 'and strength, and It is expected tha-i he will soon be out and about again. Peter Jacobs, prospector, was drown- ed before the eyes of his wife in Lake Temiskntning. Lord's Day act in this cityr they were unable to get dinner anywhere, was too late for the hotels and 'the restaurants were all closed. The vis- itors could not even get ice cream and cake to appease their hunger. Many of the Americans went away swearing it would be a long time be- fore they would visit Canada again on Sunday. Announce- ment During the Fall and Win- ter months we will make g specialty of the Cafe Depart- ment of our business. Tasty lunches, dainty afternoon teas will be served at all hours. Our wedding luncheon Is sure to please. Rochon Bros. terms address Mason-Seale Co., Ra ley, Alta. win sen on time vntn gooc security. P. H. Buckley, Sweet Grass Montana. "207-26 WANTED Fresh milch cow. W. H Fairfield, Supt. Experimental Farm AND VIOLA FOR Cheap. These instruments have been in family of present owner over 50 years and are good solo instruments Violin is small size suitable for boy or girl. takes both. S. Wilkinson Box 386, Lethbridge.- 2C7-6 WANTED Housework bv the day Apply Mrs. Kate Palen, east of Athletic Grounds, or phone 479. To RUPJSRT, B.C. Town oOO miles north of Vancouver. Pacific Terminal of the Grand Trunk Pacific, Excellent opportunity Inquire Cox Goodwin, Company, 218 Monroe BIdg., Spokane, Wash. 207-2 LAND fOH SALE NOTICE TO HUNTERS No ..hunting is allowed on anv of the lands of the Maclntyre Ranch. Parties found hunting lay themselves open to prosecution. John Kenney mer MagratnrAlta. i'U Hunting or shooting of any kind is strictly prohibited on any property of Ray Knight, or the ECiught Sugar Co. Trespassers win be prosecuted with 'the .utmost rigor the law. Ray Knight, Raymond, Alta LAND FOR 254 acres on the Lower Arrow Lakes, opposite Deer Park, 80 acres, considered the on the lake, with 1-2 mile lake rrontage. Must sell at once owing to ill-health. Apply fo Chas. Swartzen-hauer, Deer Park, or to H. Henderson Rossland, B. C. 201-12 FOR SALE OR Fine fruit ranch of ten acres on the of beautiful Kootenay Lake in the heart of the famous Kaslo fruit dis-SSrrO fer rigllt' (fine mountain stream) also water piped under pressure for general purposes. Six acres cleared; acre fine orchard bearing- also ail small fruits. .Two acres usJd or nursery nast WANTED Teams for railroad work. ?3.50 and per day. All found. Work till freeze up. Free 207-3 FOR north of C. P. R. track, per month. R. V. Gib- bons Co., Ott Block. Phone 1191. 207-3 TO house near corner William and Agnew St, one block east of Westminster. Rent ?8.00. Inquire nest door or 323 William St. 207-4 FOR roomed fully modern house. Parties leaving town. Appiv 429, Westminster Rd. FOR section of land 4 mil-' es from Lethbridge, between Leth- bridge and Kipp. Will rent on easy terms for a few years.-1 Apply 3 Wil- kinson, Box 386 Lethbridge. TO airy rooms in one of the most .up to date houses in city, nicely furnished, modern conveniences! Will rent reasonable: Close in. Applv 612 Crabb St 207-0 International Employ- ment Agency Eureka Theatre j LLUet; -rears land selected in the district and best Rlght on lake TO furnished rooms in modern house 312 Cutbill St. Mrs. J. Lee Johnston. 207-O TO room; bath connection. Terms moderate Glyn St TO rooms partly suitable for housekeeping, particulars to 515 Glyn St nished rooms. 642 207-6 furnished. Apply for Also fur- 207-6 ROOMS TO able for one or two persons. Tele- phone and bath in connection. Apply 1 Arygle St 208-6- SCRIP WANTED Want to buy three pieces of South African Scrip at once. Address Lock Pox 361, Lans- ford N. D. 207.-C MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain ana Produce bj car, lowest prices. Phone 676, P. 0. Box 2060 No. 2 Begin Block, Lethbridge HAY HAY Upland hay in car lots, guar- anteed against heating or moulding. Write us your wants. JESSE GONGE