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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lcthbridge Pally Herald, Friday, August EAT EXCELSIOR CAFE OPPOSITE THE EUREKA very best cuisine in the Quick Service. Short Orders a Specialty. Regular Meals.................25c to 50c COMMUTATION MEAL BOOKS 13.00 for 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 mate you" a satisfied customer E. PELTIER Bos 1867 Lethbridse NEW GROCERY Carrying a Full Line of Groceries, Teas, Coffees, Fruits and Tobaccos THE SUE WOO CHANG CO. JOE IWG (Manager) Baroness Ar- lington Hotel that he would not be granted a per mit for a bowling alley, at the same time, the millionaires published the edict in their servant's halls that anyone found patronizing Allgor's ice creams would be discharged. Raid by the Rich The carpenter, by way of revenge, Mred a band of gypsies to camp in his grounds, and hung out a huge board advertising the place to let to a large family of negroes. other tenants would ibe considered. Rumson Road shuddered with horror, and tried all manner of means to eject this objec- tionable neighbor. Then came 'the day when the church of' St. George's was dedicated, and the town -was filled with fashionable people. The carpenter secured a large stock of. soiled underclothing from the local fishermen, and, labelling each one with, of a :Rumson Road .Millionaire, 2iung them up for sale in his garden as souvenirs of Seabrighl. The millionaires raided the premis- 'es, and cut down the display, and took Hundred Pattern Hats on Ex- hibit, Displaying the Latest Ideas In Fall Millinery 514 Dufferin St. L. A. Scott, Manager Herald Want Advertisements In their own particular sphere are highly economical and efficient LAND FOR SALE 25 cents per insertion when not eceeding 35 in- sertions, PLEASE PAY IN ADVANCE SITUATIONS VACANT at once. Lethbridge Iron Works.. 203-0 FOR SALE OR fruit ranch of ten acres on the shores of beautiful Kootenay Lake in the i heart of the famous Kaslo fruit dis- trict. 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 1 best. Right on lake shore (boats all j call when flagged) telephone service WANTBD-loO men tor working and graded road to town, three miles; school, church and within half a mile; ideal home and climate and most profitable industry on earth. to run traction Three room house and outbuildings, engine. Address M. B. Terrell, Lund- Worth will soon, advance, j breck, Alta. 213-6 TO RENT FOR offices to rent in the Post Office Block, and each including light and heat. Apply J. p. Higinbotham. 201-0 TO furnished room for modern house, telephone Apply 425 Bartlett St. 194-0 s-ant for town and country. Apply Y. 1. 1. U. 207-c es and close jn Apply 622 Cutbm gt_ 191-ox ply F. G. Waters, S.upt. The Elk Lum- T0 RENT-Nicely furnished bed room woods. Highest going wages paid Ap- suitable for two; half block south of her Co., Hosmer, B. C. 212-0 Price for quick sale, I WANTED_SmarL girl for contection- ?600 cash; balance 1 2, 3 years; 61 ery. and ice cream parlor. Apply siat- ?lr I age, .experience, if any, references wheat land. Address Kootenay Valley Nurseries, Mirror Lake, B. C. 203-0 MEN WHO KNOW A GOOD THING will jump at this fr.uit land offer, 200 and salary expected to J. A. Virtue. Macleod, 213-5 Central school, 623 Coutts St. Ox WAREHOUSE FOR 'Western Canada Agency property, back of Dallas Hotel, spur track. W. R. Dobbin, 310 Glyn St 172-0 FOR room for rent. W. R. Dobbin, 310 Glyn St. 172-0 Competent girl for general protection afforded by a Shelter. Committees have been appointed in the smaller places with the idea of enlarging such committees .to Socie ies as the need arises. Fortunately most of the committees so organized ave not been called upon to do much ctlre work in prosecution, of .parents for the neglect or abuse of children, their efforts as a rule -being confined out summonses against Allgor as a to the finding of and reporting on pos- nuisance, Allgor took cut cross-sum- j sible foster homes for children -who have been made over to the care of the department by order of the court or by parents or guardians who Itave proved unable or incompetent to pro- vide for such children. tor up to town. Fierce threats to tear CARPENTER VS. MILLIONAIRES Ludicrous Quarrel at an American Seaside Resort- New York, A-ug. An amusin- the landscaPe so muci- admired mqnses for trespass, and the cases are still pending. The carpenter had a number of posters printed offering a reward of for information which would lead to the arrest of any Rum- son Road millionaire on any charge, his crowning insult was attained when a few weeks ago lie eommenc j boarding his ground up like a fort. The huge boarcfing now stands up I decorated with the following JnscHp- j tion in larg'e letters, 'The poor who I steel go to prison, while the rich .go j to Europe." As most of his neighbors go to Europe for -their vacations, their feelings may be imagined as they mo-j cural Society and sent to the Calgary MET WITH AN AFFIDAVIT Tie following affidavit has been made by the secretary of the Agrlcul- down the offensive sign have been made, but the carpenter guards his property night and day, and has even succeeded in obtaining police protec- tion. He has built a bench, in the the PaPsr thaL published the interview about 55 ladians being ar- rested for drunkenness during the fair here: Lethbridge, Alta., Aug. 25th, '10. Having noticed in the Calgary News 1- I am the secretary of the Agri- cultural Association and was person- ally on the fair ground during the en- tire time of -the fair. There was not a single instance of drunkenness or disorder of any kind on the .rounds acres in 5 and 10 acre lots at Makin- son's Landing, Arrow Lakes, B. C. i St Boats call twice daily. Landing in 1 centre of sub-division, all level land.! sandy loam, no stone, every block with- in five minutes of boat landing. For particulars and price applj to'J. Ste- phenson, Box 58, Coleman, llta. 213-e housework. Steady place for right par- ty. Mrs. C. R. Carlson, 1206 Courtland 214-0 dining room girl to .-rftnce Is: September. Wages }30 per month. Empire Hotel, Macleod. 2164 CARPENTERS class finishers wanted. Apply D. E., Wilson, FOR acres good pasture j Brunton St and William St.' 217-3 land fenced flowing spring very lit- j WANTED-Millinery apprentice. L" tie bush. Also well adapted for grain TO rooms, iargt. double to rem, Majestic theatre. Ap- ply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on TO opposite Heralc 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 -i, growing. Near town. .an acre the TV hole time of the fair. (very easy terms. J. Morgan, Box 28. J. McLeay. '217-C 2. The grounds were policed by the City Police, and by the lueu of the Royal North West Mounted Po- lice, the latter, in addition to their regular force, having six special scouts and three plainclothes men on iuty all the time. 3. No arrest was made on the fan- grounds for any cause whatsoever. 4. The City Police on the 9th, the first day of the fair, arrested four men in the City for drunken- ness. They also raided an alleged gambling joint in tbe city on the svening of the 9th, making a few ar- Olds, Alta. 214-12 SITUATIONS WANTED good exper tence, wishes position either to substi- tute or permanent. Good references Apply to Box 42, Herald Office. 215-' MISCELLANEOUS WANTS sewing at home. Mrs. Vineham, 418 Coutts St. 203-ox TO and offices. Ap- ply C. B. Bowman Agency, Acad- ia Building, Redpath street. 194-0 FOR modern house on Rogers street, very close in, 'Apply G. A. Peat Co., Macdonald 2 and 2 year old ewes. Will buy outright, or winter on shares on. my acre ranch, near Edmonton. Frank Lane, Alberta Hotel Block. 207-O TO airy rooms in one of the most .up to date houses in city, nicely furnished, modern conveniences. Will rent reasonable. Close in. Apply shade of the .hoarding on his own I a prominently placed news item, stat- property for the comfort of any dis- reputable pedestrian, altogether, has made his property a hideous blot battle is beinj waged in the fashion-, able New Jersey seaside resort of Sea- bright between the millionaire resi- flnts and a -humble carpenter named Jim Allgor. Allgor is the only poor man living in Rumson-road, the most exclusive thoroughfare in, .that aris- tocratic summer resort, and -he .has "revolutionary and Socialistic which are very offensive to his mill- ionaire neighbors. The carpenter is one of Seabright's oldest inhabitants, and he -purchased the ground on which his house stands j many years ago. When the -big >AVaIl: hy men of street- THE PROBLEM OF DEPEND- ENT AND DELINQUENT CHILDREN IN ALBERTA ing that Mr. Duncan Campbell Scott. one of 'tbe officials of the Indian De- partment of Ottawa, states that there were fifty-five Indians arrested hero for drunkenness during the recent fair, and otherwise commenting -on the lawlessness and disorder said to 'have srevailed in Lethbridge during I the fair, I wish -to make the folio-wing I rests. Police did not arrest any person for any cause whatsoever, either in the city or on the grounds.. The R. N. M. P. during the time of the fair arrested at the -Indian camp, four ndians for being drunk three of whom were convicted and one dismissed. The day after the fair they arrested ;ne Indian for having liquor in his ossession. They also arrested one Indian and one wMte man for sup- plying liciuor to Indians, this being all the arrests they made during -the fair. .with 5 years experience -wants position. Box 1S77. 217-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR yearling and two year old well bred ewes; two three, four and' five year old, fat old Edmonton. 211-12 612 Crabb St. 207-O SHEEP AISTD HORSES ewes 2 to 4 years old, 300 year- ROOM PER in first class house, modern, except furnace. ling colts. Will buy for spot cash or Apply 2212 Bompas St. 210-Ox winter on my 8000 acres ranch east of TO, Furnished room, suitable Edmonton on shares. Frank Lane L-OI. 2 young men, with board, also ta- Alberta Hotel, Edmonton. _ 212-12 ble board. Apply Mrs_ j_ A> Jones. SOS WANTED Upholstering and furniture Brunton St. 212-6 bucks. Will sell on time with good SSSi. p- prqhb St FOR Hay, carload lots, per ton. C.O.D. Lethbridge. Frank Lane, Alberta Hotel, Edmonton. locate .1-2 section rea- St. 125.00 per month.- R. V. Gibbons Co., Phone 1191, Ott Block- 213-6 FOR roomed house Argyle Ave., water and light. per ino. sonable distance.from Lethbridge. Ap- R, v. Gibbons Co., Phone 1191 Ott ply Box 1, Herald office. i 213-6 211-12 cow. Apply W. H. TO on William St., one i carpenter for a neighbor, and to buy him out, but Allgor said -that he was very well suited where he was. Amongst the inhabitants of Rumson Road are Messrs. George Jay Gould. H. JL Alexander. Stanley -Fargo. Og- den Hills Reid, Jacob Schiff and Louis wolff (of the big Wall-street house cot- turn (By R. B. Chadwick) The problem of dependent and de- iciuent children is so -closely inter- woven, that it has been made one as far as circumstances will permit. In tbe Province of Alberta, One solu- tion is offered for the one great prob- lem and that is. assuming a child to be normal and the victim of abnormal circumstances, that it will become nder good home conditions, country in the world affords a field for the solution of ...3 problem of dependent and delinquent children than does this -province. Many people are to be found who are j willing to as their own, chil- 10 are in need of homes. Ttie Children's Aid Society of Win- sent a large number of children erected their palatial "summer tages" Allgor was not slow to their presence to account To the horror of his wealthy neigh-1 he built a bungalow on his pro- j perty, which he used for the sale of! ice-creams. He did a very profitable! business wich the servants from tbe provmce of A1'oena last year, big houses, and added to tbe enorim- the Societies also Societies also ity of his offence bv erectin- a nu-e i a grek'T many- and the British -sky-sign advertising his of have for some hundreds of ther began building a bowling alley in the rear of his premises, and the millionaires rose in wrath. Pressure was brought to bear on tile mayor, who warned the carpenter Coal, Ice and PRAYING Transfer Co. D0ufe BROS.Proprietors Office next Arcade Phone 116B children in Alberta. The difficulty is not in finding the home but in know- ing that the borne is the riylit one for the child, and in keeping a close touch with the home until such time as the conditions warrant the absolute con- jf tidence of the department in the abil- ity of the foster parents to fulfil the conditions of their agreement I Children's Aid Societies have been j j organized in the larger centres of the province during the past year and are doing excellent work in the carry- ing out of the objects of the Chil- dren's Protection Act Calgary and Edmonton have agents in the field looking after the interests of abused and neglected children. Arrange- j mems have been made in both cities for tbe care of children in need of the E. A. EWERT FOR WATCHES All grades at mod- erate prices. We extend a cordial in- vitation to inspect our new and com- plete stock. E. A. EWERT JEWELER, Round St. T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Reaf Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. 5. I nave personally seen the -City Chief of Police and the Superintend- ent of the R. N. W. M. P., and have been allowed to inspect their records and know that the above statements, are absolutely -frue. 6. Superintendent Wilson of the R. N. W. M. to me person- ally that for freedom from drunken- ness.- disorder and vice, the recent fair was the best -he had ever seen, and other prominent citizens who at- tended the ifair, 'have since congrat- ulated the directors on the "clean Fair." I, John W. McNicol, do hereby make the above six statements and do sol- emnly swear that I have personal knowledge concerning the matter con- tained in 'them, and that they are all absolutely true. J. W. McNiCOL. FOR pool tables, standard size. All fixtures. Apply to B. L. Demrnon, Elcan. Alta. Fairfield, Experimental Farm. 213-6 SHEEP want hundred good healthy ewes to winter ______ east of Westminster. Rent. severa-1 j Apply next door or 323 William St. 214-6X on shares, or would buy. Muttors HAY. GRAIN OR !breed wanted. Chas. H. Crocker- wanting grain, hay or potatoes, please j gons correspond with C. W. Parish, 1026 1st. Edmonton, Alta. 212-12 Lake P. 0., Red Deer Dis- 213-0 FOR farm 160 acres six miles from Lethbridge. Apply Alf. Hozelion, Box 384, Lethbridge. 214-0 FOR room house, water. FOR SALE One, 6 foot show case, one cabinet talking machine, with 30 rec- ords. also stock of small musical goods. These goods must be sold at once re- gardless of price. W. H. Johnson Land Co., Johnson Block, 323 Round St. 212-6 WANTED TO new sewer and electric per mo. J. L Case 32 horse power plowing eh j Apply 124S Bonroas St. gine and outfit complete for cattle o- JFOR RENT-Shack, close in, 14 horses. Also a small bunca of horse? g10 or cattle to nm. Write to Whitney Bros.. Lundbreck, Alta. 215-C Best shack in town. Ap- Phone HIS. hay, carload lots, ?17.50 per ton. Timothy hay, carload lots. per ton. -Large contracts, spe- cial-prices. Frank Lane Alberta Hotel. Edmonton. 212-12 good second hand bicy- cle at once. Apply Box 10, Herald. 15-6 FOR will trade for chickens; wag< or anything set of pocket in-i horses and stoves and hi WANTED, -SECOND HAND Highest casb price paid for, such, as In- dies' and gents' cast off Nothing, shoes, furniture, carpets, rugs, watches, jewel- ry, musical instruments, bicycles, guns ons, harness hides and furs. STABLE TO 533 Glyn St. 214-O TO room for two gen- tlemen, in fully modern house, close in. Sib a month. 642, Glyn St. 213-6 TO seven room house also corner of Dufferin and Bartlett known as Manse pro- perty. Will be vacant Sept. 1st. Apply struments, I drawing board, col- j Poultry, butter and eggs. Apply tc }to, R- p- Wallace, Oliver Block, Round ors, set squares, 'also 1 set of 10 vol.'! the Harvard Taflorinsr Co., 330 Crabb of Business Men's Library, 1 set of 15 St., opposite the new Herald office. P 215-6 vol. of Science Library, and several !Q Box 2094- other sets. Address box 35, Herald' office, or apply 642, Glyn St. 213-6 i Sworn to' before me this 25th day of August. 1910; N. T. Macleod. Notary Public. FOR SALE, second hand tents, one 17x17, one 8x10 and two 12s 10, and one Edison phonograph with 72 records and a piano harp; also one VVA.NJLJSD To cake horses to pasture for the "winter or on shares for three years. Apply to George Smith. in Sliepard Block. 215-26 Apply C. B. Bowman Agency, Acadia Block. 215-O Lundbreck, Alta. 216-6 WANTED TO quanti OFFICES Tp fireprool Sherlock-Building. Free heat and jan- 216-3 TO suitable for ware- ties of second band furniture, stoves house, on Smith St., about feet -u ladleS' and" Sems' cast clothins and Crabb St., opposite the new Her- aid office. P. 01 IT a I shoes, all kinds of musical instru jments, tools, guns, pistols, satchels j tember 1 next. Apply Sherlock Building. ______________________________________and saddles, watches and FOR SALE OR j jewelry. Pay highest market pricer section near Stirling to exchange for for hides, furs and old metals Alberts North Dakota or Minnesota, land or (2nd Hand Store, 716 Redpath, opposite will sell cheap- for cash. Address own- j Methodist Church. Phone 1457 P 0 er, Box Fargo North Dakota. 17-4 i Box 2104. 216-2f CANADIAN HAY HAY Upland hay in car lots, guar- anteed against heating or moulding. Write us your wants. JESSE GONGE CO. Acme, AJta- TALK IS MISLEADING But five minutes spent in our yard convince you that we have EVERYTHING YOU WANT and tbe best MATERIAL. Headquarters for OAK WAGON STOCKS, GUM BOARDS, Beech, Birch and Maple Flooring, Screens, Etc. Come once, and you'll alwavs come to Yard Office Phone 362. Baroness Road. Gen'l Office Phone 334. MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce car, lowest prices. Phone 676, P. 0. Box 2060 No. 2 Begin Block, Lethbridge Special Rates to Toronto Exhibition Aug. 27 to Sept. 12 Tickets on Sale Aug. 20 to Sept. 4. Final Return Limit Sept 23, 1910. Transit Limit 10 days in each direction For Full Particulars Apply te nearest Agent, or to R. G. McNElLLIE, Dist. Pass. Agent. Calgary, Alta. S. B. MITCHELL, Local Agent, LETHBRIDGE. Notice to Creditors IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Richard L. Leech, late of the City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Al- berta. Alberta R. N. W. M. P. Con- stable, deceased NOJCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having any claims or demands against the late Richard L. Leech, who died on or about the 4th day of May 190-5 at Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta, are required on or before the 30th day of September, 1910, to send by post prepaid to THE TRUSTS GUARANTEE. COMPANY, LIMITED, at Calgary, in the Provmce of Alberta. Administrators of the estate of the said Richard L. Leech or to deliver to the undersigned solicitors for the said Company their names and addres- i South I with soldier to file. i Office. African Box 23, Herald 216-e few hundred acres lane to break, in Taber or Grassy Lake dis- trict, at once. Land in fine conditior for breaking now. First class work guaranteed. Address Small Farming- Co., Burdett, Alberta. 216-e Geo. Boorne. 216-3 FOR SALE AND for sale and rent. Apply Thos. Fitzgerald. Crossfield, Alta. 216-6 TO house on Bartletr St., No. 516. Water, light and sewer Apply G. A. Peat Co. 216-0 FOR room house, nicely fur- nished, with piano, 821 Crabb St. 217-3 kinds of sewing and re- pairing to be done at home. Will fix over old garments or make new ones. For 1st month, while advertising, pric- es -will be 25c .per hour.- Apply 1222 St., or Phone 1329. 217-6 or four furnished rooms, suitable for light housekeeping Address Herald Office, Box 44. 217-1 TO 7 rooms, 1209 Buffer- in St. Furnace, light and water En- quire within or 323 William St 2l7-6x TO Seven room modern house Apply 1211 Redpath St. FOP BALE Notice To Hunters NOTICE TO HUNTERS FOR lots near Fair Grounds Two months ago these lots were sell- ing for to S400 per lot. These lots must be sold at a sacrifice now to meet payments. Will now sell for cash and balance per taxes and no interest until paid for. Ti- tie given any time. Best chance ever offered to get a fine building lot at half price. W. H. Johnson Land Co Johnson Block, 323 Round St. 212-fi ses and full particulars of their claims tf0 Anting is allowed on any of the mwrmug and a statement of.their ac-jlands of tne Maclntyre Ranch. Par Tl'lTTir-ii rtfr T-I-IA Art _' ,w _ _ securities i lay themselves open 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 tbe second and fourth Tuesday, of each month. I hp I I APPLIPn lt of -v Ut Courses Offered In .to B. A. and B. Sc. degrees. r T__a.-__ _ LO D. ac. degree Wednesday, Sep- 2Sth. REGISTRATION AND LECTURES-Wedisesday, September Matriculation Examination For THE REGISTRAR, Strathcorra, Alta. if any heid by them and such state-1 to prosecution ment shall be verified by Statutory De-: