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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta HTHMIOat DAILY MtttQAV, lttt. GREAT CROWD OF HARVESTERS i Lever will you 1 free a cake of their famous Planto toilet you mention paper Winnipeg, Aug. 22. procession i bauds jumbled together as indiscrim- emanate from the first coaches and of ten passenger t ruins, to eh of inanely as one would shuffle a poker 'spread a deafening roar a? the .r, -deck They arrived in Winnipeg be- train pulled into the train shed, and J OUR LETTER BOX. WJ., from IS to 20 coaches in ptiil- ed out from the vicinity of Montreal and Toronto latt Thursday and filed _ depOt tween Saturday at noon and Sunday! thp following coaches took up- the CHANGING NAME OF RIVER peopk in lhft yicinity cry of relief and gladness. It i that they arrived, at top speed thaKis who had not been deaf P. R. since infancy, for the advent of every was more like the arrival of a crowd j Editor Lethbridge Herald: of holiday spirits given a respite from f work of a day, than one expectant of j gi _ of Lake Superior on C. ______ headed for the West, laden with a unshaven anil begrimed battalion j many a hard day's work in the har- 'iv-read that an cosmopolitan mixture of harvest was announced by a wild cheer that} vest fields. I made by the people of pleased issue of yo-ur wide- an effort being Lethbrfdge to of the Belly River Judge Lees wlio.has been 'io the Judicial-District is leaving Fort and will take up residence at lied Deer io the house formerly owned bj" J. R. Co well, which he has purchased. Canada Holds Key To Situation 7th Annual NELSON FRUIT FAIR 5EPTEMR 22, 23, 24 Bigger ;md Belter than Ever Cbeap Kates on nil portation Lines. Horse Races Sports Free Attractions Do not fall to sec ilie sibilitii 3 of the Grlorioais Kooter.ay 0. W, BUSK, Pros. F. A. STAKKEY, Mgrr C. Box 95, Kelson, B C. (Spec al to the HcraVJ.) i Coleman, Aug. is only Of late that our good neighbors to the 'south have begm to appreciate that they have everything to gain, and no- thing to lose by the removal of duty on coah Incidentally they have" dis- covered that Canada holds the key to the coal situation with her ira.- i mense deposits in the Crow's Xest Pass district of Southern Alberta .and British Columbia. Jf the truth, were Itnown, there is considerably more American capital Invested in this section .than British tor Canadian, whicfl. fact all the more emphasises the point that the PaciCc .Northwest largely on. the Crow for its supply of coal. One of, the revelations of the year was the opening: up of six immense seams by the Creek Coal Company, Limited. This com- pony's holdings represent a total of acres of coal land lying direct- ly north of the Canadian Railway tracks. The property is estimated by competent engineers, to contain in ex- IKD mios Of ENGLAND A meeting for the purpose of organising a lodge of the above -will be held in Odd-' fellow's Hall on Wednesday, Aug.-25th-: at-8 p.m. -All daughters and SODS of Eng- land invited to attend. have the name changed. j I think this is a move in the right j direction. 1 am v surprised ,thVt the name has not been changed earlier. j As u teacher I, have found it very 'difficult to get children .to pronounce name at all, and if some pupil j more "courageous, thac. the others should .venture to give the name, the amusement; caused, interfered with the order in the class for the remainder fof the recitation. But when the. change is made, why call it, the, Although name Alberta is all right in itself, surely, we Jhave a surfeit of that name in this province. m uwr? SURE THING! Be sure and see us before purchasing your out fit. DONT BE MISLED We can give you the1 Goods at bottom caih prices. HayrBros. Phone 75 Box 27 Niftot MM M rMl H to If 25c tor SI UTUATI01L run threshing outfit, by engineer, water-haulers, separator men, ruitl. spike pitchers. Want work with good flrm. Apply 8. A. Atby, leth- bridge. _ siO-4 SITUATION! VACANT YOUNG LADIES WANTED-At the British Colonial Photograhic Co; Good wages given for competent help: Rooms 1 and Block. 09-6 WORK WANTED-General house- work wanted by the day. Apply Mrs. Annie Halas, at W. J. MorriBon's, Duff- Addition, 2 blocks this side n{ j Fair Grounds. 214-2 PROPERTY.FOR IALE lor Laundry work. A bridge Laundry Co. 184-0 MADAM NORMAN Tcuclier of pianoforte and voice culture. Pro- fessional training if desired.- Dis- engaged for eyening. engagements. House, Crabb St. 09-6 MISS ballroom and stage dancing at the Caledon- ian Glyn" St., Wednesday. Hours 3 to J, (Children's class form- J 2093 CHILDREN'S, FANCY. DRESS HOS "PITAL, Class forming J Small entrance fee. Ingtruction in -Old World gavottes, Merry Widow two-step, grand march." Miss Norman, Howard.House, Crabb St. _211-6 BIGGEST APPLE CROP (ing from young ladiea desirous of acting as pupil assistants to the Kin- dergarten Director Lethbridge schools. No salary attached, must be able'to use piano. G. U.. Secre- v 188-0 SHACK FOP. SALE OR Addition.- Write C. Weatley, Herald Office. 212-x FOR Remington type- writer with tabulator, at a bargain. Apply-Citizens Lumber yard. 187-0 will .be must be moved writ- fi-om-property. Apply Geo. W. Whel- en, XethbrMge Woollen Co. 199-0 for.rural school, Aasimir. School District No.' 1981. Must have second class certificate -salary per month. Apply A. G. Buklinger, Sundial, Altai 196-0 good woman or- girl to take care of small farm.. Must be a good cook. Inquire north side of Courtland St. second house east offBurdett, south of Central School. FOR SALE new seven roomed fully modern house on Coutis near new Cential School. Apply P. MacMurphy, Mgr. South. Alberta Lum ber Co., Phone 225. 200-0 servant want- ed at once. Good wages. Apply Mrs. G-. L. corner Bompas and Bartlett Sts. 210-0 wanted. Must be able to cook.1 Wages a-month. Apply. 314" Cutbill St., 1st house off Redpath. laborers .at once for general work. Smith Bros., Wilson, builders and contractors, Lethbridge. MISCELLANEOUS-FOR SALE. HORSES FOR carload dry ares and geldings, unbroken. .Can be seen at the ranch of Mrs. John Davies; opposite No. 6 slmft. large barn suitable. for. six.head Barn 14 x 26 and 14 Buyer must remove building from premises. Ap- ply Box 382, City. 209-6 FOR SALE OR registered Clydesdale etallion; gentle to handle weight about 1750. Will trade for mares, milk cows, etc. Write' Geo. A. Davis, Sec. '6-3-9, Warner. 210-12 210-6 -Spokane. Wash. Aug. ve .million., barrels, or For about sixA weeks, a girl' to help with housework." Good wages right girl-- Apply- by 5. H.. D., .Diamond City. 210-6 I am familiar, I think, with nearly barrels .more than in 1908, is the- -._ every cityr town and village .in the timated apple crop ,of the -TJnited Crabb St' J province. In nearly every erne you states and Canada this season, girl for light house- work. Apply 'Mrs. E. J. .Hill, 410 212-0 ac- cess of tons of coa.1- machinery :s fast being installed by jthe IVIcG-iUivray Creek people, and .construction of coke ovens -will begin early this fall. j Eumor has it that the entire out- put of the coal mine has vbeen. con- tracted for by of the new trans- continental railroads, all Of whom Southern Alberta Lean Investment Co, GEORGE J. BRYAN -Gen. Managi I Thompson BlockjCalgary Bryan Block, Lethbridge All Property Listed at Both, Offices Building Crabb Strect' each I A Road, each LOIS Riverview, each Offices To Rent in Bryau Block r MONEY TO LOAN INSURANCE T E R M S FOR House, 5 rooms, Duff Addition will handle, balance monthly payments The Alberta Securities limited.rimisHntiiiiirti-initici Corner Round and Redpaih Streets -Telephone 141 are known to have their eyes on pro- mising- properties in' the Crovr dis- trict. Certain it is that the prepar- acions of the company indicate an'ex- tensive scale of marketing, both for be, a compliment to our beautiful find an "Alberta" hotel, an "A1-. cordhig to Ren H. Eice, secretary- i" _laundrr, etc.. etc., until one managfcr of Second fau-ly tires of the name. ple ghow in -NTovcmbcr Jg But apart its too common to 20 use, j -doubt if the Belly" is.entitled to be called the Alberta Hiver, there .being- much larger and more ant .rivers in-the- province. It has occurred to me that if it were called the- it would the coal and the coke. A new town to 'be called Carbon- dale, has been platted at a point on the railroad where. the ilcGillivray Creek Coal and Coke Company- are installing their platit. and houses. will be built for the employees on easy- terms by the Townsite Company It is such enterprises as these that are gradually attracting, the atten- tion-of local capital to this neW, and the security and oppor- tunity for" unusual profit in the coal fields of the rich western provinces. accompHstiod queen, and', at the same SEALED TENDERS addressed to the "undersigried and marked on the. .time, give us JL name on our map envelope "Tenders for will that-, is- really new. Failing in this _. some euphonious Indian name should received up to 12 o'clock noon on 1st day of October a J be given to it. on that portion of the Blackf oot Indian Eeserve south Thanking you, 31r. Editor, ,for the -of Bow river, in the Province of-Al- use of .vour valuable space, and hop- j herta. that whatever name may "bo suh- Th and ditions f. ing this license will be furnished, bv Lot on spur track, cash Lots east and close to Westminster Road, from up. Investigate this, it's worth while. Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block PHONE 290 A 1 Section of Land near Stirling at per acre. cash, balance 5 equal annual payments. A immber of proved Farms listed for sale on easy terms of payment. Call and look our list over THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Bryan Block, Lethbridge MARITIME UNION IS NOT PRACTICAL- Halifax Aug. John- son, of the Halifax board of trade; ppposes union on 'senti- mental- as well as on practical .grounds. "Isova. Scotia, Its'. be says never consent to reliri-. quishing the name Kova Scotia, and it is not likely that the other pro- vinces will agree to adopt it. Union would mean smaller cabinet repre- sentation than at present and less ability to fight against aggression Ontario and west., "The sentiment of Prince Edward Island is heavily against it. The present- feeling of aggression and ri- valry entertained in St. John would only be accentuated" under union, for example such questions as ta naval port and station for. the Maritime provinces. It is not practical." EXCITING EXPERIENCE WITH CENTIPEDE Fredericton, N. B., Aug. ett Vye, night operator on the Inter- colonial at had an exciting experience with a centipede while at work last night. He was Tvorking the telegraph instrument when rhu huge spider made ifs appearance and ran up his arm. his feet, he shook it off, and with the help of men from the car shops, suc- ceeded in capturing it, and now has it in a pickle bottle; and will pre- SPTW it, iji_ alcohol. He wore short sleeves at "the time and consider, it miraculous that he was not bitten. The centipede is supposed to have escaped from a bunch of bananas "carried into the station a picnic party some days ago. MMfc Good Houses on Easy Terms v v MlVHMMMMMMIMhMMMIMHMMb Money To Loan Freeman, Maeleod and Graham Phone 173 LtTHBRIDGE P.O. Box 679 STRAIGHT PROHIBITION 'LAW IN ALABAMA Ala. Aug. Fuller passed today by' 23 to forbids presence of liquors except in 'accused party prove his JV innocence before any evidence, against hini is introduced. The makes use of the word saloon a' crime, bars -ad- vertisement of liquors "from ,bill ooards and signs and holds that even a license is absolute proof1 of guilt of selling intoxicants. ..The. hill ,ds expecjed to become a law on Monday. stttuted a. change may soon be made- the Secretary "of the Department o'f I am, yours, etc., -Affairs, Ottawa, or by J. H. 7 -JB Morrow Gooderham, Indian Agent at Gleich- lender Mt necessarily be accepted.. The unauthorized insertion of this advertisement will not tbe paid for. Each tender snail be accompanied, by, a.copy of the terms and conditions atiove_ mentioned and by a marked- cheque for which will be re- turned to .the unsuccessful- tenderers. J. D. McLEAN, -Secretary. .Department of Indian Ottawa, August 9, 1909. girl to assist with. Apply Mrs. James McDonald, 1255 Dufferin St. -212-O aged lady -as housekeeper, mine boarding house Apply Box 21- Herald office. 214-2 first class at 214-0 FOE 5 room house and tvrc Jots in North "less than cost of house.- Small cash, payment. Balance good terms. Tarty-leaving city and-must sell. W. H.-Johnson, .Room. 5, Bryan Block. 211-6 Democrat waggon separator scales 2 clmrns three milk cows, each. At ranch of A. McNab, St. Mary's (Crows-Nest 212-6 LOST on new house, northeast of Stacey Lumber Co. North "Ward. 214-2 TO HFNT TO rooms, suitable for two" gentlemen. Apply 424 Smith in. 210-6 -TO office in Block. Immediate possession. Apply W. Ott. 197-0 _> TflG J. Brown Co. Have sold of ;their stock. It, is portant that' all. unpaid accounts be paid tcT W. A. BLENNER-HASSETT at X I. in the rear of -the -building facing Orabb Street at once. 3 let, in new modem house. Terms moderate. Ap- Jones, third' house from Hound on south side of Brunton St. 199-0- P.OOMS TO and wash ing a month. -Apply Mrs. C. !VL Holland, at the end of C.P.E. Bridge. 202-Ox. certificate of the horse "Snow King-' along with other official papers enclosed large envelope. Lost in coulee behind C. F. "S, Conybeare's enclosure., J5 re- ward fof return to Herald office. 09-6 LOST OR halter and 100 feet chain taken from a cow belong- ing .to J. H.. Wallace. Tinder will please return'to J.-H. Wallace, Bur- dett St, 196-0 night between Duff addition and Dr. Galbraith'o house gold watch, ,17 jewel, Elgin movement. chain and lock- et, attached. of given for return-to Herald office. 211-0 nickle plated 38 calibre Smith Wesson revolver. Pinder please leave at City Police Office and receive .reward. 514-2 LOST OR .STRAYED TO room in mod- ern house, close in., for two gentlemen. Apply 1st house on Cut- bill St. off Baroness Road opposite M i General Teaming y We do all classes .of teaming on the shortest notice. Satis-, "faction guaranteed. If you need coal and the, best value your .money vrill buy, see me. Coal.must be' paid for delivery. s _. E. J. TICKNER -f Box 454. 1258 RedpatrTSt. T. E. PATTESON Office. Oliver Block.. Phone 987. O tidentia] LoU in Lethbridge on Glyn Street, close in, Tennis Court. 206-0 203-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH -..-WEST LAND REGULATIONS unfurnished, Also {furnished rooms -fullyjnodein house. TO- front j rooms, fully modern Any person wno is sole head a. family, ur any male over. 18 yeari oldr may "homestead a quarter-sectioi ot available 'Dominion land in Mam toba, Saskatchewan ot Alberta. applicant must appear in person r- the Dominion" Lands Agency or Sub Agency' for the district. EntTy bj proxy may made at "any agencj ter of intending bomesteader. r months' residence upoi and.. cultivation of the land in eac! of -three years. A homesteader tiia> Apply Mrs. Nield, 526 Bartlett. St.- furnished room in house. Gentlemen preferred.. j- Ave Argyie JLVC. ,212-3 EOOMS TO or nil- furnished, in a modern house, including hot and--.cold bath, telephone, etc. Call at once Bart- lett St. 212-6 FOE on -Brunton St. owned by Mr.. Grace; third house from fEiverview.'ll, Apply at office of G F. IfcGonybeare, K C. TO' in" North '.Ward, close, Apply corner of -Dufferin and Burdett Sts. 214-2 live within nine miles, of nis horn? stead ou a farm of .at acrei solely owned and occupied; by him by his father, mother.' son. daagr-tef brother or In certain districts a homesteader in good "standing may -pre-empt i quarter-section alongside hit home staad. Price 13.00 per acTe. Duties -Must'reside six months ia eaci- uf six years from of hoineateio entry (including the'time required ti earn homestead patent) and coltivat. fifty acres-extra i WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND A homesteader who JFOE can land at homestead right and cannot oh. prices that bev heat. We can BOARD, AND ROOM and room in private "home br young- man. Box 225, Herald. 209-Ox tain-a pre-emption bay take A .chased hinnfattadan certain Price, per reside .in >each of jejirs; fifty ncres and i .W.W.CORT. tions inne-hlbck. Deputy ,Mmister of Inter I publication thi" will not lot. sell you 'good land from "up to .per acrej in "any quantity from much as 150'sec- Tetms, of the purchase price m- cash and the balance in nine equal annual instal- with.interest at 6 per cent.-on j the, unpaid balance. The Empire Land Co.r upstairs in Ott Block, P.O.' Box 60. Phone 394. 191-0 One dark fed cow -with white strip on back., H D 3 on side. Cow -was dehorned and had a wide strap attached. .-Last seen six miles south of Eeward. Ee- turn or notify- J. North Ward city, 213-6 April 1st from our camp three miles west of Lethbridge, three geldings: One dark bay ing- about> 1450 Ibs., branded P left shoulder, left hind ankle large. One j light bay branded P -left shoulder, j weighing "about 1450 Ibs. One light f bay weighing about 1500 Ibs., slick, foundered on front feet, somewhat foretop-and mane under col- lar- shorn. All in good condition. Thirty dollars reward for informa- tion that will lead to their recovery of the three, for any one of them. Alta. Notifv Janse Camrose, 200-30 return of fout mares branded LM-on. left shoulder, sevenv_geldings, branded 7L on left hjp. Notify A. Johnston, Lethbridge Alta. 209-0 you "are-, looking, for a ap in nousehold furniture, etc., al- a" outfit, go to 425 artlett Streets 209-6 ,i" TENDERS Will receive _ tenders .up till Aug. 31st for- digging a. "hole 4x5 feet 275 feet deep to coal. Timbered with 2 inch cedar "plank, with ladder spiked on. West side Section 8-10-22 W. 4: ALEX MeWTLLlAM, 208-J2" Eegina, Box 1163. ESTABLISHED 11854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL K Paid-up Retene Acetates Nerctairts, iN Ribchcrs Solicited Drafts Money Letters of. Credit Bank Department Uthbnlie Branch Block, RtJpath Si. .NOTICE Of, Difwlutiorh of. Partnership NOTICED is hereby given that the partnership -Heretofore subsisting he- tween us, the-undersigned, under the name-of Weber Eealty'Com- .pany" in the, Citjr "of "Lethoridge in the t Province of. Alberta, has this day- been Dissolved bjr mutual con- sent. TENDERS WANTED SEALED "IENDEES will he receiv- ed by the undersigned until five o'- clock. August 24th next, for the erection of a brick veneer store and office building on "Westminster Eoad. Plans and specifications to be seen at'the Architect's" offices in the A. Macdonald Block, Lethbridge. The lowest .or any tender not ne- cessarily, accepted. JAMES A. MACDONALD, 2li-4 Architect. NOTICE I .Those, having accounts -against the j Lethbridge and Districts-Agricultural j Society are requested "to have the j same presented to undersigned before Wednesday, August as-thie society isj'deairous of paying- owing to the-said Partner: i aji outstanding accounts ship are to be-paid to William Henry Weber, at Lethbridge aforesaid arid 'all- claims 'against, the said Partner- ship .are; to Be..presented to the whom the satnevwill be A -rDATED this 27th day of July 1909. l WM. j J, A. BLAlKr possible. 2106 W. B, "BTJENETT, Herald Want Ads Bring Big Results ;