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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page ft Herald, Friday August The University of Alberta Courses Offered In to B. A. and.B. Sc. degrees. APPLIED to B. Sc. degree. MATRICULATION Wednesday, Sep- tember 21st REGISTRATION AND September 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. CUT GLASS As a gift to the bride Cut Glass is always appropriate and pleasing. Our glass is made from clear crystal, beautifully cut and brilliantly polished, and we have some exceptionally handsome designs. Let us suggest a few prices: Water Pitchers, to Bowls, 8 in., up. Butter Plates, ?2 to Bon Bons, to 57.50 Conpprts, to Si 5. Nappies, to ?10. Cream and Sugar, to ?1S. Olive Dishes, 52 to Spoon Trays, Vases, to We will be pleased to show you these when you call. E.A.EWERT JEWELER, Round St BRINGING TRADE TO AMERICAN PORTS St. Peters, C.Bi, Aug. L. I Borden, M.P., addressed an audience j of persons here yesterday at a meeting in a field adjoining the town hall. One of the chief features of i the sptjcC" psru Wiiich was I devoted to the National Transcon- tinental Railway. Mr. Borden dwelt on the efforts f that the opposition made 'to retain for Canadian ports, all the traffic of the road, and showed in spite of'this the government had allowed the en- tire capital stock of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway, amounting to to be vested in the Grand Trunk for the nominal sum of 000.- The Grand Trunk railwav has NO HEAD TAX ON THE JAPANESE Positive Declaration made by Sir Wilfrid Laurier to B. C. Labor Men Vancouver, Aug. Wilfrid Laurier spent a busy morning, dealing with deputations. Representatives of the trades and labor council asked for a -head tax of on all Asiatic immigrants. R. P. Pettipiece, spokesman, in a vigorous address, said that the vices of the Asiatic were perpetuated in spite of the local police, and were polluting the community. He argued that the gov- ernment maintained hatcheries on the Kraser river "for the benefit of cor- and asked that they take over the canneries for the benefit of 'White labor. Immigrants Bring Vices and Virtues The Premier, replying, recognizec that all immigration brought its vices and virtues. It was an obligation of Canada to assimilate and elevate the immigrants. The intimation that the East did not understand nor appre- ciate the problem was er- roneous. As for himself he had made a special study of it As far as the head, tax on Japanese was concerned. Sir Wilfrid could not Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It the Best Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ SCOTT WILL NOT RUN IN GLEICHEN Domestic Reasons Gfven as Cause for His With- drawal From the Contest enormous interests at Portland, in concur- my action should the United States, and it is acquir-i mean tlle disappearance of my gov- ing further great interests at Provi- dence, R.I. It will be cheaper for the Grand Trunk railway to carry traffic to Portland or Providence than to St. John or Halifax. Its j business interests will compel it to j take that course. The recent acqui-' sition by the Grand Trunk company of a line to Providence and its en- trance into that city indicates most clearly that it realizes how independ- ent it is of any control in this re- spent. Mr. Borden said in conclusion that the road will cost the country at j least four times the amount estimat- ed by the government -when the con- (Calgary Albertan) Owing to the continued illness of tract was forced through parliament his wife, Harry Scott has withdrawn as candidate in the Gleichen election. W. PARK EVANS. The above message, sent by the edi- tor of the Gleichen Call, and secretary of- the Gleichen -Liberal associa- tion, was received from Gleichen hy the Albertan last night It means it says, that Harry Scott, who was selected by the Liberal con- vention, a few weeks ago, has been forced to withdraw from the Gleichen THRESHING STARTS AT MAGRATH Hagrath, Aug. -will he said, "imperial consid- erations are paramount, and results can 'be better attained 'by mutual -dip- lomatic As to increas- ing the Chinese head tax, he said he would look into the matter. Lumbermen Ask For Duties British Columbia lumbermen made a specific request for the placing of a duty -on rough lumber into -Canada from the T7nited States" of 51.25 per thousand feet to meet 'a similar duty on Canadian rough lumber going to the States. "We are prepared to wel- come free said the spokesman: "we want free trade and will take a chance with the world on an equal footing." Under present conditions, however, and the American tariff the j lumberman of British Columbia suf- 1 fered a hardship. For the sake of the settler lumber has been made free, while all other commodities which j went into his house and- homestead were protected. They said they had asked for this fourteen years ago, an-d were still waiting. Sir Wilfrid reminded the deputa- A Postcard sent to the asking him to call with Pure Milk and Cream be promptly attended to A sanitary dairy has been fitted up. and one call make you a satisfied customer E. PELTIER Bos 1867 Lethbridge 25 cents per. insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR hay in carload lots. Apply for prices to Newman Jack- son, Box S6, Obotoks, Alta. Phone 25. 1S9-24 FOR wheat seed. Alberta Red. H, E. Miebach, Monarch, Alta. 207-6 FOR yearling and two year old well bred ewes; TWO three, four and five year old fat wethers; head of 6 year old ewes; 150 head of grade Lincoln bucks. Will sell on time with good security. P. 'H. Buckley, Sweet Grass Montana. 207-26 SITUATIONS VACANT competent housemaid. Apply Mrs. F. H. Mew burn, Redpath St 204-0 at once. The Lethbridge Iron Works. 203-0 competent servant for small family. Apply 542 Bartletit St. 206-0 clerk with ..know- ledge of book keeping. Apply irXown hand writing. 'Box 671, Lethbridge P. 0. 206-0 VIOLIN 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. 207-6 good general servant Apply Nursing Mission, 530 Bartlett St. 207-0 servants for town and country. Apply Y. AT. C. T. TL 207-0 TO RENT FOR offices to rent in the Post Office Block, and S15 each per month, including light and heat. Apply J. D. Higinbotham. 201-0 10 furnished room for gentlemen, modern house, telephone etc. Apply 425 Bartlett St. 194-6 TO airy room suitable lor 2 gentlemen, modern convenienc- es and close in. Apply 622 Cutbill St. 191-os TO furnished bed room suitable for two; half block south of Central school, 623 Coutts St Ox WAREHOUSE FOR Western Canada Agency property, back of Dallas Hotel, spur track. W. R. Dobbin, 310 Glyn St 172-O FOR room for rent. W R. Dobbin, 310 Glyn St 172-O FOR going picture fram- ing business. Apply bridge. Box 2003, Leth- 209-6 FOR large Victor Grama- phone and 40 records. Mahogany fin- ish. Bargain for quick sale. Apply 704 Courtland, after 6 p.m. 210-6 for general work, to go on ranch twelve miles from town. Small family. Apply 536 Bartlett SL 208-6 girls for front bedroom, east of Athletic grounds. Phone 479. 210-3 FOR SALE OR livery barn (only one in 1 dwelling house, 1 machine shed, all on same lots. "Will trade for.horses or sheep. Fo.r parti- culars write to F. T. Coats, or Grant Wooif. Millet. Alta. 9-11-6 'gasoline trac- tion engineer for threshing and ing. Also 1 or 2 'good farm hacds. Paws'on Bros., Coaldale. Phone L. D. 112. 120-6 TO rooms. double to rent. Majestic theatre. ply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on 91-9 TO opposite Herald office on Crabb St., formerly occupied by Empire Cafe. Apply McClure Stewart Agency. 146-O TO room with board if desired. Apply 1202 Ford St 182-0 TO and offices. Ap- plyjto the C. B. Bowman Agency, Acad- 194-0 ONCE OUR CAKES ARE INTRODUCED in a home they are of a warm j welcome thereafter. Notice The Board of Railway Commission- ers for Canada will hold a sitting- at Alberta, on or about the WANTED A trustworthy man to handle fruit and farm produce, with team and waggon. Good man will be liberally dealt with. Apply at Herald office in person. RENT Warehouse -for rent suitable for garage or machine shop. Apply E. A. Cunningham, Rogers Cunningham Lbr. Co. 202-O MISCELLANEOUS 7 roomed fully modern house 1263 Bompas St. Apply Phone 350. 206-6 Plain sewing at home. Mrs. Vineham, 41S Coutts Very large double front bedroom, suitable for three ladies or gentlemen, or sitting room and bedroom for married co.uple. All modern conveniences. 1101 Ford St. 206-6 Well located 6 or 7 room house, give price and terms. Apply Box 28, Herald Office. WANTED TO 2 or 3 sood lion that Jacob worked seven years begin in the district to-morrow. Messrs. Heathershaw and Phillips for Leah and seven more for Rachel. struggle on account of domestic rea- i pulled out of town to-day with their fiscal reform must neces- sons. jneTr Avery separator, and will begin j sarily be slow as well as steady. For some few days it has been ru- j threshing at once. Harvesting is Hon. ilr. Fielding, finance minister, SAME WITH OUR PIES ___ Two good furnished rooms terms. Apply Box 28, Herald Office jwith use of phone SS per month each. 207-0 849 C-rabb St. 206-6 VI d-UULLt, ti-LC _____ fifteenth day of September, 1910, at WANTED TO BUY FROM i JO f urnislied room the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon Raw or partly improved farm, reason- iri Kew modern house. Breakfast or for the purpose of hearing matters, and your house will prove no ex- applications, or -complaints "filed with the Board and served upon the par- ties interested in accordance with the Kules and Regulations of the Board. By order of the Board, A. D. CARTWRIGHT, Secretary. Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada. Dated at Ottawa this 22nd day of July, 1910. ception to the rule, we are sure. TAKE A REST FROM BAKING during the remainder of the summer and serve our cakes, pies, etc., on your table. You -won't find any- body complaining of the change. City Bakery Ford St Beside Fii e Hall i Phone 1181 ably close to market. Price and terms must be right. Apply Box 29, Herald Office. full board if desired. Sr. Apply 719 Crabb 206-6 pasture 200 head 01 horses; good feed; good water. Foi terms address Mason-Seale Co., Ra- ley, Alta. 207-C 207-0 j FOR front with use of parlor and piano, for two. 113 Cutbill SL room, Suitable 206-6 by the day. Ap- ply Mrs. Kate Palen. east of Athletic Grounds, or phone 479. 20o-ox mored that Mr. Scott would not be a; progressing nicely and men are candidate, so the message -does not great demand as shockers, etc. come exactly as a surprise. However, there had -been no official informa- tion. Mr. A. J. McArthur, the president of the Gleichen Liberal association, who also polled the second highest vote at the Liberal convention, had not heard of the withdrawal of Mr. had a big task in '-evolving a tariff which would be satisfactory to all the warring interests. An earnest effort plates purchasing lots west of The would toe made to evolve a tariff 'best suited to Canada's present conditions, A Lethbridge building firm contem- Pioneer office, and erecting dwelling houses. An agent for the firm was with the government always ready to in town yesterday, and was being make progress in accord with the wel- shown the property by D. H. Bing-' flam, of the Magrath Realty Co. Mrs. Susan Y. Gates and Mrs. Mc- AND M. P. HOMESTEAD Scott when the Albertan called up. Cane, of Salt Lake, addressed a large He did not care to say offhand whe- audience last night on the work of ther another .convention would be j the geneological society Af Utah called right away or not He would i Mrs. Lamb and Miss Kate" Ontario Brothers on -Pleasure fare of the country. A DOCTOR, A BANKER solos during Mr. Pingree, manager of the Amal- gamated Sugar Co., and one of' not say either whether he would 'be j rendered two excellent a candidate for such a convention if tie service, it was called. Mr. E. H. the late member, was not surprised when he was in- formed of the decision of Mr. Scott- He had heard the rumor that Mr. Scott was likely to withdraw. He could not tell whether or not there would -be an- other Liberal convention, but he was of the opinion that if so there would be no candidate brought out to oppose him. The Albertan was informed un- officially that another Liberal conven- tion was likely to be called at an early date, tout whether that convention would bring out another candidate or decide not to oppose Mr. Riley will have to 'be decided at the convention. Trip, Secure Homestead After Two Days' Wait Edmonton, Aug. quarter sec- at LOCAL BUDGET John Cant-on, a well known local character, was removed from the Mounted Police barracks on Tuesday sugering irom hemorrhage of the brain. Dr. F. H. Mewburn yesterday morning reported his condition as very critical. Wm. Dunlop, R. D. Moses and Mr. and Mrs. Hartts, all of Rosemead, were in the city yesterday. Their re- port of the crop situation in that district is perhaps the least encourag- ing of any in Southern Alberta. Xarron. Mr. Pingree is returning irom a trip through the northern and central states, and says southern Al- berta has them all beat. thrown open for re-entry at the land office last week and was caaght by three prominent Ontario men who AUDITOR'S REPORT were on a pleasure trip to the west. Dr. Elliott, of IngersolL Ont, J. C. Elliott, member of the Ontario Legis- BROOKS HAS BEEN PURGED Liquor License Officials Rid the Town of a Number of Undesirable Residents come in the AROUSES MARTIN WeSt Middlesex' and Geo" Fighting Joe Addresses Polite Epithets to New Westminster Denials All Round Vancouver, Aug. l7.-An aftermath of Auditor Colsworth's stinging de- nunciations of the civic management of New Westminster has com< shape of letters of denial of doing from the parties mentioned the last report covering the sale of Inowever- property for taxes. Fighting Joe Mar-1 tm was to the fore with a character- istic letter, his name having been con- They were disqualified nected with the tax sales by the au- i On Lile they were already ditor. Mr. Martin alluded to the au-' noinesteading, but they were not there ditor as a liar, idiot and other terms. for themselves, they were keeping the closing with the suggestion that place for a neighbor. Mayor Lee, who was behind the in-! Dr- Elliott and his brother wedged Elliott, a banker of Ingersoll, were be passing through Macklin on the be passing through Mackim on the G. T. P. last where the home- stead is situated, and heard about its being -cancelled. They hastened to Edmonton and Dr. Elliott spent one night on the land office steps and saved the coveted homestead in the morning. He was not first for the homestead, it not for -the fact the men who. were ahead were he would have gone away Calgary, Aug. a result of the activity of the liquor license depart- ment the town of Brooks was last week cleaned up very satisfactorily, and several undesirable residents were taken up before the mounted police at Medicine Hat and fined. For some time past Brooks has -been gain- ing an unenviable notoriety for being the dumping ground of all the unde- sirables hunted out of Medicine Hat. The provincial detectives of the li- cense department accordingly went down there, and as a result Pearl M. Green, a former resident of'Medicine Hat, was fined and costs for sell- ing liquor without a license. 5la.be! Franklin, and Mabel Van were also assessed, the sajne amount, and two ice cream parlors which were in re-j ality disguises for -blind pigs and worse, were put out of existence and the owners ordered to leave town. Among the undesirables who were given time to get out of Brooks -was Madame Letellier, a palmist, who has several times paid flying visits to Calgary. Madame Letellier has 'been watched by. the detectives for some time, and unless she mends her wavs will be tollowed from town to town until she leaves the province. "The town is now in good moral condition, and it will be kept so if we have anything to say about said one Brooks citizen who was in Calgary yesterday. As soon as they cornplete their work at Brooks and Medicine Hat the provincial men are coming on to Calgary. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFiCATlON denied having intentionallv wronged However, rains have come recently and made possible ploughing and breaking, which is being done extensively in that V.K..V. me council took no action on the report although the aldermen stated that they thought it would have the effect of clearing the air and preventing errors in future. vestigation, should be reported upon. them in so that they had to Ex-city Clery Glover and others also STILL SAWING WOOD If you .look for good Banding Material at Lowest Prices you cannot pas's us up. Yard Office Phone 362. Barone.. Road. Gen'I Office Phone 334. stay there till morning and so step- ping inside were disqualified. Two young men from near Wain- wright have commenced a nine days' vigil on the land office steps. They heard of a homestead only one mile from the main line of the G. T. P. near which if they se- cured would be worth ?3000 apiece to them, so they came into Edmonton on Saturday night and commenced their long -wait The homestead will 'be "thrown open for re-entry next Tuesday morning at nine o'clock. About forty men and several teams are engaged on the Westminster ce- ment walk laying work. The walks are said to be feet in width. Quite a unique feature is that the telephone and telegraph poles on either side are imbedded in the ce- ment, the walk extending for a couple of feet beyond the line of poles. This, no doubt, is to economize road space. FOR Hay, carload lots, cer ton. C.O.D. Lethbridge. Frank Lane, Alberta Hotel, Edmonton. 211-12 2 and 3 year old ewes. Will buy outright, or winter on shares on my acre ranch, near Edmonton. Frank Lane, Alberta Hotel Edmonton. 211-12 Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office next Arcade Phone 1163 x SCRIP WANTED Want to buy three pieces of South African Scrip at once. Address Lock Pox 361, Lans ford N. D. f 207.-C UNRESERVED SHORT NOTICE Auction Sale! OF SUPERIOR Household Furniture ON Monday, Aug. 22 AT 613 BARTLETT ST. COM- MENCING AT 1.30 SHARP BY W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer Instructed by Mr. Best, who is leaving for Eastern Canada, to sell the following without reserve: 4' fancy iron beds, with brass mounting, springs and mat- tresses. 3 quarter cut oak dressers stands. 1 oak dresser, size of mirror. 36 x 40. 1 oak wash stand with bevel plate mirror on top, very handsome. 1 set solid oak diners, leather seat Quarter oak sideboard 1 set of Early English diners 1 Ext -table. 1 quarter oak 'leather uphol- stersd easy chair. 6 fancy rockers. 2 oak centre tables 1 fancy oak hall mirror 1 bed lounge 5 carpet squares 2 -fancy clocks 4 -toilet sets 1 drop head sewing machine 1 violin I Victor records 1 6-hole range, high closet and water front. Kitchen table and chairs Kitchen utensils House plants 1 dinner set Pictures, blinds, fancy dishes. 1 washing machine wringer 1 heater Linoleum 1 lounge 1 hammock SPECIAL Best is one of -the firm of Best Brown, grocers, who sold their business only a few weeks ago and the furniture has only been in use about 4 months. Auctioneer's Phone 1023. WANTED TO seven or eight roomed f.ully modern house by about the 1st September. -Apply Box 15, Herald Office. 209-6 SHEEP bunch, FOR modern house on Rogers street, very close in. Apply G.'A. Peat Co., Macdonald Block. 207-0 FOR roomed fully modern house. Parties leaving town. Apply 429, Westminster Rd. 207-G FOR section of land 4 mil- es from Lethbridge, between Leth- purchase or would take from 3.000 tc I Kipp. Will rent on easy to winter on shares. Correspond- ence from interested parties solicitec" at once. Wm. T. Shuttleworth, Gaet? Valley, Alta.. Red Deer District. 210-? to pasture sections good pasture field. Plenty of grass, river water and about 200 acres green feed. Price until the end of the year, or 75c per head per month. Apply Baron E. leszen- szky, Gladys P. 0. Alta., (6 miles north of Gladys place on the bank of the Bow River, 19 High River.) miles northeast, of 211-4 COST AND FOUND terms for a few years. Apply S Wil- kinson, Box 3S6 Lethbridge. "207-C 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 207-6 TO furnished rooms in modern house. 312 CutbiJl St. Mrs. J. Lee Johnston, 207-O TO room; connection. Terms moderate. Glyn St. 642 207-6 the party who took the valise containg the third class engi- neers license belonging to W. E. Bu- chanan, return same to him at Kipp, TO rooms partly furnished, suitable for housekeeping. Apply for particulars to 515 Glyn St Also fur- nished rooms. 207-6 Alberta. 208-6 KAY HAY Upland hay in car lots, guar- anteed against heating or moulding. Write us your wants. JESSE GONGE CO. Atta. WANTED A few more, to haul gravel to the city sidewalks. Apply W. G. HOLE Redpath St. West Sunday, Aug. 14. dark brown horse, aged about 10 years weight abo.ut Wore a leather halter trailing long heavy rope. No brand. Suitable reward for informa- ROOMS TO able for one or two persons. Tele- phone and bath in connection, in afternoon, 31 Arygle St Apply 20S-6 tion or return to J. T wmard, Taber 210-5 FRUIT LAND FOB. 254 Arrow Lakes, Deer Park, 10 acres, consiiertsd the choicest on with 1-2 lake Must sell at to Apply to Ckas- Swartzen- hauer, Deer.Park, or to H. Henderaon TO new five roomed cot- tage. Immediate posession. Apply to owner, 406 Torrance Are. ROOM PER in first class house, modern, except Apply 1212 Bompas St .2io-Ox TO of front rooms IB Begin Block. Apply 522 Bartlett St. 210-2 FOR SALE BY 42 and 43, Block Price Address Rupert Hand, Winnifrcd, Alta. Rosslamd, B. C. 201-12 FOR SALE OR fruit ranch of ten acres on the shores of beautiful Kootenay Lake in j heart of the famous Kaslo fruit dis- itrict. Water right; (fine mountain stream) also water piped under pres- sure for general purposes. Six acres cleared; acre fine orchard bearing; al- so all small fruits. Two acres used for nursery past three years. First land selected in the district and the best. Right on lake shore (boats all call when flagged) telephone service and graded road to town, three miles- school, church and post-office within half a mile; ideal home and climate and most profitable industry on earth Three room house and outbuildings Tin soon advance. HOTEL FOR of 22 bedrooms, bath and toilet. dining room, sitting room, kitchen, barroom and large basement Bar furnish- ed, all in first class order. Choice lo- cation. Must sell owing to ill-health, or will consider trade for Alberta land. Apply to H. Henderson. Rossland, B. C- 201-12 HOTEL FOR roomed hotel furnished. Choice location. License paid to Jan. 15, 1911. to close partnership. H. Winn, barrister, Will sell cheap Apply to E. Q. B. C. 201-12 per cent, or will exchange for No' i wheat land. Address Kootenay Valiev nurseries, Mirror Lake, B. C. 203-6 ROOM AND BOARD LOTS FOR have some fine building lots on water and sewer at snap prices. Some are only open for a few days. Let us talK it over with vou. Phone '544. Glyn Street, Sher- lock Building. The Dowsley-McMillan i Land Company. 209-C ROOM AJVD two gentle men. Modern house. 308 Rogers St _______________- ________. 207-f KOOM AND and sin gle rooms .with board. Every convea- FOR modern eight room- ed house in central part of city on Round St., worth Sell imme- diately for Address Box 50 Lethbridge Herald. 211-6 Notice To Hunters NOTICE TO HUNTERS No hunting is allowed on any of the BOARD house bath, electric lights, phone. week- ly. Call 844 Glynn St. Table board, 210-6 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO and insur- ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., 416 Dufferin street Brvan blocX ties found hunting lay themselves open to prosecution. John Kenney, mgr Magrath, Alta, 205-26 PUBLIC have sold out my interests in the Hop Yate Co. restan- rant and bakery, Raymond, and I will not be accountable for any bills that are due, as that is in the contract with the purchaser. Go. Moke, Raymond 209-f ROBERT SAGE The Picture Framer Evtry Day at the RED CROSS DRUG A BOOK STORE TO or shooting of any kind is strictly prohibited on any property of Ray Knight, or the Knight Sugar Co. Trespassers will be prosecuted with the .utmost rigor of the law. Ray Knight, Raymond, Alta. 205-26 ru tiuNTERS-Hunting or shHSSHg ox any kind is strictly prohibited on of Brimhall Bros Tres- passers will be prosecuted Bros.. Raymond, Alta. Brimhall 209-26 SITUATIONS WANTED good l wishes position either to substi- tute or permanent Good references Apply to Box 42, Herald Office r DRESSMAKING-By Se day or home, at 1238 Redpath St. 211-2 ition by lady "TOST Keeper. Twelve years' experience as sLenographer and bookkeeper Best reference Address Box 24o. Granum. 311-3 ;