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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday, August TageS EAT US EXCELSIOR CAFE OPPOSITE THE EUREKA __The very best cuisine in the Quick Service. Short Orders a Specialty. Regular Meals.................25c to 50c COMMUTATION MEAL BOOKS for................52-75 16.00 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 make you a satisfied customer E. PELTIER Box 1867 Lethbridge ]VEW GROCERY Carrying a Full Line of Groceries, Teas, Coffees, Fruttt and Tobaccos THE SUE WOO CHANG CO. JOE SONG (Manager) Baroness Road-Beside lington Ar- IS HUDSON BAY A BRITISH SEA? extent and possesses boundless pos- sibilities in its forest, mineral, agri- cultural and fishery resources, it has hitherto failed to attract much atten7 tton. But -with the influx of'popula. tion to the North-west and the enor- mous increases in the annual grain crop, the demand for other outlets for its products besides the transcontinen- tal railroads has become imperative, and the Canadian Government is at present engaged in the construction of a railroad to the shores of Hudson's Bay, with the idea of using it during the four months of navigation for sending out the grain crops and tak- ing in the varied articles of import which the growing communities of the region will require in years to come. America's New Attitude "Recently articles have appeared in the American and Canadian papers to the effect that the United States have decided not to recognize any longer the FINE SCHOOL FOR GRASSY LAKE WANTED LEADBETTEK'S The Nottd Pastry Cooks Rochon's Old Stand, Round St. Vancouver, for a The agi- t ure start competing svstem- Mayor Of 2 whole cotmcu on day night. United States Denial of Canada's Rights-Vast Wealth Involved (London Eng. Chronicle) One of the questions, of the near future of great importance to Canada is that of the control of Hudson Bay. Ever since treaties began to be made concerning this vast inland third largest of its kind in the world attitude has been that the bay consists of territorial waters. A glance at the map of Canada and North America will show that the bay with its outlet by Hudson's Strait to the Atlantic Ocean, is bound to play an immensely important part in Can- ada's prosperity when the vast areas of land around it are opened up, as they will inevitably be within a. com- paritively short time. The" wealth of the region in many minerals is said to be very great. -The attitude of the United States has hitherto been to refrain .from act- ual acknowledgement of Canada's right's while _ United States shipping has tactiiy comulied with certain con- ditions'and regulations which Canada las from timeto time imposed. In the following interesting message from Renter's St. Johns (Newfound- land) correspondent, the history of the discovery and the political aspects of the Question are set 'The history of Hudson's Bay is a remarkable one. I't was explored dur- ing the half-century following, upon Hudson's discovery, by many English voyagers seeking a northwest passage and in 1670 King Charles H. granted the whole territory .draining into it with absolute .rights, to a company consisting.of.his cousin, PrinceJRupert and a number of English noblemen and others, -to exploit its wealth of fish, furs, and peltries, and its supposed minerals, for their own advantage. Thus was formed the Hudson's Bay Company, which has -controlled the re- gion almost down to the present 'time. Undisputed Rule "Since 1818 British rule over that region has not been disputed by out- siders. Until fifty years ago the com- pany actually governed the whole of north-western Canada, and governed it with such a dis-regard for the rights of the settlers that a rebellion ensued, as a result of which the Canadian Government, in 1869, purchased all the territory which the company poss- essed there, except the, forts actually occupied by it; and this extinguished its territorial authority. "Although the region is enormous in FIELDING SAILS FOR CANADA NEXT WEEK over Hudson's Bay on the ground of it being a 'closed sea' and had instruct- ed American whalemen, who art; pres- ent obtained Canadian licenses to fish in that region, to disregard the enforce- ment of this law by Canadian cruisers, undertaking that -the American Depart- ment of State would support them in such a course. "This alleged determination is bas- ed upon the phraseology of the Treaty of 181S, which is now being arbitrated before an international tribunal The Hague, in its relation to what are known as the Atlantic Fisheries or Newfoundland dispute. .The treaty also to Hudson's Bay. "If the British contention that Hud son's Bay is a closed sea is accepted then Americans have no right of en trance there whatever, but if, on the contrary, this contention is not ad niitfted, some very serious raternationa problems may arise. British Safeguards "Some seven years ago Canada took vigorous steps, in view of the Alaskan Boundary arbitration, to assert her sov ereignty over Hudson's Bay and regions surrounding it by dispatching an expedition there in the steame: been maintained there permanently, while the Dominion Government steame Arctic has made annual voyages nort of Hudson's Bay since, 'reannexing th> various islands there, and hoisting th British flag "in token of Canadian ereignty. "The whalers now employ the Eskx mos. They make expert harpooners and are honest and earnest. The transfer their whole tribe with thei paraphernalia to the vicinity of th whaler's anchorage, and sign on t help the crew for a weekly ration o 4 Ibs. of ship's biscuit, 1-4 lb.' of coffee 2 Ibs. molasses, and four 'plugs tobac- Herald Want Advertisements In their own particular sphere are highly economical and efficient is Now Under Con- struction-Celebrate Labor Day (Special to the Grassy Lake, Aug. Day, ,ept. 5th, is- to be celebrated in this own by a good assortment of horse aces and athletic sports. The great- st drawing cards for the day are the acrosse match between Lethbridge ,nd High River, and the baseball game between Maple Creek and rassy Lake. In all about one thous- and- dollars is given in prizes. For the evening there is to be a big dance in Perry's Hall. The townspeople iave endeavored to make this event the greatest Grassy Lake has ever seen. G. H. James has finished his thresh ing and has been lucky enough to get 400 bushels of wheat from fifty acres he had in. This is an average of 8 the acre, which is exceed- ingly good, as the amount of rainfall around here .this spring wasn't enough io even moisten the grouid. J. J..Mills, of .the Little Wonder Coal mine, has left for a short trip to G-roton, S.D. Mrs. Elizabeth Atwood, accompan- _ed by her son George, arrived. here this week from Vernal, Utah. They SITUATIONS WANTED STENOGRAPHER-With good exper- ience, wishes position either-to, substi- tute or permanent. Good referr Apply to Box 42. Herald Office. .with 5 years experience wants position City. Box 1877, 217-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE two yearling and year old well bred ewes; 2000 two fat old three, four and five year old wethers; head of 6 year ewes! 150 head, of grade Lincoln bucks. Will sell on time with good security. P, H. Buckley, Sweet Grass Montana. 207-26 FOR Hay, carload lots 00 per ton. C.O.D. Lethbridge. Frank Lane, Alberta Hotel, Edmonton 25 per insertion when not eceedina 35 in- sertions, PLEASE PAY IN ADVANCE SITUATIONS VACANT Lethbridge Iron Works 203-0 WANTED-Good "servants for town T. U. 207-0 ply F. G. Waters, woods. ber Co., ________ FOR Two offices, to rent the Post Office Block, ?and each per month, including light and J. D. Higlnbotham. 201-0 TO Nicely furnished room-tor gentlemen, modern house, telephony etc. Apply 425 Barttatt St., 194-0 TO Large airy room suitable for 2 gentlemen, modern convenienc- es and close in" Apply 622 Cutbill ,St 191-O1 HAY GRAIN OR wanting grain.hay.or potatoes please correspond with C. 1st. St., E. Edmonton. Alta. H hay, carload lots, 117.50 per ton. Timothy hay, carload lots, per ton. Large contracts, spe- clal prices. Frank Lane Alberta Hotel Edmonton. FOR will trade for chickens or anything useful, 1 set of pocket in- struments, 1 drawing board, water col- ors, set squares, also 1 set of 10 vol. of Business Men's Library, 1 set of lo vol. of Science Library, and other sets. Address 35, Herald office, or apply 642, Glyn St. London, Aug. Hon. W. S. Field- ing Canadian Minister of Finan sails for Canada on Thursday next Colonel Lessard, of Ottawa, will at- tend the autumn manoeuvers as the guest of the Army Council. S Barn-stedt, of Nova Scotia, states chat Canada is not becoming Amer- icanized, but that the Americans are becoming Canadianized. SMUGGLING CHINESE TOBACCO AND WHISKEY Rossland, B. C., Aug. officials have made a seizure of a large quantity of opium, Chinese to- bacco and Chinese whiskey consigned to a Chinese firm as Stermicelli. Mem- bers of the firm have been arrested and released on three thousand dol- lars bail each. Dysentery is a dangerous disease but can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has been successfully used in nine epidem- ics of dysentery. It has never been known to fail. It is equally valuable for children and adults, and when re- duced with water and sweetened, it is pleasant to take. Sold by all druggists. MARSHALL A RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce by car, lowest prices. Phone 676, P. O. Box 2060 No. 2 Begin Block, Lethbridge A BEAUTY STONE There are many grades in diamonds. A large stone might be of little value and a small stone might easily be of great all in quality. Diamonds should only be bought from a firm who have a practice and .thorough exper- ience and knowledge of them. We have made the jewelry business a life study, with dia- monds a pet line. We offer exceedingly low prices and personal .guarantee goes with every stone. E.A.EWERT JEWELER, Round St. PREMffiR TO OPEN NEW HOSPITAL Sir Wilfrid Lamer will formally open tile new Gait Hospital at eleven o'clock on the morning of Thursday, Sept. 1. At the meeting of the general Laur- ier day committee last .night, P. L. Naismith said that the hospital would be completed early next week, and the board would very much like, provided it did not interfere with the other arrangements, to have it de- clared open by the Premier of the Dominion. They would be delighted if he could find time to look it over and formally declare it open, after which the public would be admitted to see it for a couple of days before patients are moved in. The suggestion was received enthu- siastically by the committee, and it was unanimously decided to include ttie opening of the hospital on Friday morning in the program. up their residence with Atwood's son, Chas. F. At- wood. Mrs. F. Wilde, who has been run- ning a restaurant here for over a year, has moved, to Chester, Mont. Mrs. Wilde left for her new home on Monday last. Messrs. Jno. G. Robertson and Clifford Booth spent a few days this week in. the .mountains. They went as far as Frank. Messrs. C. G. Paulson and R. E. Fraze, of .Olympia, Wash., who have been in town for the last six weeks looking have purchased sec- tion 9, tp. 9, range. 12, and left for there today to get everything in shape so that they can get started ploughing as soon as possible. H. A. Driggs is in Lethbridge to- day on a business trip. Wm. Salvage is erecting a fine new- brick building on main street. It is to be two stories high and 25 x 50 feet in size. It is to be used as a store, of what kind- it is not known at present- Mrs. Alex. McNabb and son Dan, and Miss Florence-.Birch, of Orillia, Ontario, are the guests o! Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McNabb for a few weeks. E. E. Kilgrow, Kilgrow Bros., is at present on a business trip- to Salt Lake City, Utah. The C.P.R. has made a cinder path from the end ol their present plat- fornvto the Grassy Lake hotel, which is being used by the passengers of the 12.34 train which now stops here for 25 minutes for lunch. At noon, the town looks quite as FOR SALE, second hand tents, one 17x17, one 8x10 and two 12x and one Edison phonograph with 72 records and a piano harp; also one. bedroom suite, one sewing machine. Apply to the Harvard Tailoring Co.: 330 Crabb St., opposite the new Her-, aid office. P. 0. Box 2094. 215-6 FOR. SALE1-Furnishings of seven roomed house. Price Will rent house for ?20 per month. Apply, 326 Crabb St. 218-1 FOR SALE OR trade horses, cattle, -farm machinery and household goods for wheat land or Lethbridge property. Will also rent irrigated farm, 1-2 section, 1 mile north of Lethbridge experimental 1st September. Wages month. Empire'Hotel, TO furnished bed room suitable for two; half block r Central school, 623 Coutts St WAREHOUSE FOR Western Canada Agency back of Dallas Hotel, spur track. W- Dobbin, 310 Glyn St______ 172-0 farm S. A. 63, Lethbridge. sons, Pine Lake Ask Central, Phone 106 Rural.' 218-0 DruuiAJu. ----r----T apprentice; .L. Apply 803 Courtland St room 2 Alberta Hotel Hotel, hundred good heathy FOR room for R. Dobbin, 310 Glyn TO roorniT, largt. double to rent, Majestic theatre. Ap- ply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on 11 i TO opposite Herald office on CrabbLSt, formerly occupied Apply McCliire 146-0 by Empire Cafe Stewart-Agency. TO room with board TO and offices. Ap- ply to, the: C. B. Bowman; Agency, Acad-- ia Re'dpath. street______ FOR modem'house -yon Rogers Street, Apply A. Peat Co.i Macdbnald 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 612 Crabb St 207-O ROOM PER in first class-house, modern, except iurnace. Apply 1212'Bompas St' 210-Ox i roomed cottage, watery --1 furnace and light. London, near Glyn 01, St. per month..R. Gibbons. .213-6 phone 1191, Ott Block. 2l3-t> on shares, breed wanted FOR SALE OR section near Stirling to exchange for North Dakota or Minnesota land or will sell cheap for cash. Address own- er, Box 252, Fargo North Dakota. 17-4 LOST AND FOUND terrier puppy, white with mouse colored Answers to name "Jimmie." Finder rewarded at 1407 Dufferin St quite number of the travel- ling public take advantage of stop and go to the hotel for gold watch in front of Leth- bridge Hotel. Finder please return same to the office of Lethbridge Hotel and receive reward. 218-1 213-0 J. L Case 32 gine horses. cattle to run. Write to Whitney 215-O FOR roomed house Argyle Ave water and light. per mor, R. V. Gibbons Co., Phone 1191, Ott TO on.William :SU atreet east of -Westminster....' Rent Applv. next door or 323 William.. St vv 2U-6x cOR farm 160 acres six'miles from Lethbridge.: Apply'Alf. 394, Lethbridge. 214-0 harness; T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. TALK IS MISLEADING But five minutes spent in our yard will 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 always come to Citizen's Lumber- Co., Ltd. Yard Office Phone 362. Baronew Road. Gcnl Office Phone 334. CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR OF CALGARY the their dinner. "Work was started last Mon- day on the new school house here. It is to be built of brick and have four rooms. P. W. Lyons, of Taber, has.the contract. G-eo. F. Porter is enlarging his present butcher shop. Since the new sidewalk has been laid his shop has been about eight feet back from it, but he is now extending the shop right out to the sidewalk. This will greatly improve the appearance of the main street. The C.P.R. have now nearly finish- ed the putting in of the poles for the telephone line from the station here to the pumping station at the Belly river, nine miles north. Aug. 21st, to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Beurler, a son. B0rn._0n Aug. 22nd, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carter, a son. Calgary. Aug. Mitchell will be a candidate for mayor. It stated that. Mayor Jamieson will retire and go into fruit farming. Electric Restorer for Hen A French Remedy PHOSPHONOL restores every nerve in the body to its proper tension; restores vim and vi- tality. Premature decay and all sex- ual weaknesses averted at once. PHOSPHONOL will make you a new man. Price a box, or two for Mailed to any address. The Scobell Drug Co., St Catharines, Ont. For sale at all drug stores. Sale by Tender TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to Oct 1st, 1910, for the purchase of the North1 West quar- ter of Section 14, Township 12, Range 6, West of the Fourth Meridian, con- taining 160 acres, more or less-, being portion of the estate of George Wet- mon, late of Medicine Hat, deceased. This is one of the best quarter sec- tions in the District, having been se- lected as a Homestead in the early days. It is located three miles south fro'm the city limits of Medicine Hat; is'-good level land with small house on it; 15 acres broken; 148 acres can be cultivated, and 20 acres is a small caulee with a creek running through it Good water can be obtained at about 15 feet from the surface. The land is being sold in connection with-the winding up of the Wetmon estate. TERMS: One-third cash, Balance to be paid at 6 and 12 FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS and conditions of sale, ap ply to TRUSTS GUARANTEE. CO., Ltd., Calgary, Alta. Administrators of estate of George Wetmon, deceased. D. G. WHITE, Solicitor for the Administrators. Medicine Hat, Alberta. August 4th, 1910. horses Poultry, outter and. eggs 3t opposite .the new ,0. Box 2094._________ -To'take horses to foTthrwinter or on shares iSars Apply to George Herald office. P 215-26 216-6 off clothing and ladies' -_ shoes, all. kinds 01 music_al ments, tools, guns, and saddles. Pay highest market, prices es, furs and old metals. Alberfa FOR room, house, water, sewer and mo. Apply 1248 Bompas St. FOR close in, 14 :x 24, a month. Best shack in Ap- ply Box 1916. Phone 1418. 213-6 STABLE TO 533 Glyn TO room for two gen- tlemen, in" fully moderaf house, 'close a month. Glyn. St TO -house; also stable, corner' of Dufferln., Bartlett streets; 'known as Manse prch perty. Will be vacant Sept 1st 'Apply to R: P. Wallace, Oliver-Block, Round St. TO in Shepard Block. Apply C. B.. Bowman Agency, Acadia Block. OFFICES TO fireprool Sherlock-Building. Free heat andjan- itoring, o, 2nd Hand Store, 716 Redpath opposite Methodist Church. Phone 14o7. P.O. __ A few hundred acres land TO suitable for ware- house, on Smith St, .feet floor space. Can have possession Sep- tember a next. Apply Geo. Boorne, Sherlock Building. 216-3 to'break in Taber or Grassy Lake dis- at once. Land in fine condition First class work Small Farming MISS PATTESON AND MISS ANNE Round Street, take a few small children as pupils. Term begins Sept. 12th. Phone 330. 218-12 CANADIAN 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 to nearest Agent, or to R. G. McNElLLlE, Dist. Pass. Agent, Calgary, Alta. S. B. MITCHELL, Local Agent, LETHBRIDGE. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS .proprietors Office next Arcade Phone 216-6 V--- pairing to be done at home. Will, fox over old garments or make new ones. For 1st month, while advertising, pric- es will be 25c per hour Apply 1222 or Phone 1329. 217-6 rAJJCt _ for horses, cattle and farm machinery Party going out on land. quick. Box L., Herald. ________213-6 rent, two or three rooms in private house, centrally lo- cated, suitable for small family. Apply W. H. Lust, Chin, Alta. UAND FOR SALE OR fruit ranch of ten acres on the shores of beautiful Kootenay Lake in the heart of the famous Kaslo fruit: da- FOR SALE. AND for and rent. Apply Thos. Fitzgerald. Crossfield, Alta. TO house on Bartletr St, No. 516. Water, light and sewer- Apply G. A. Peat Co. 216-0 TO 7 rooms, 1209 in St. Furnace, light and water. -En-, quire within or 323 William St 217-6x TO room modern house. Apply 1211 Redpatb St 217-6 FOR fully modern house with 6 rooms and bath room, well lo- cated. Also a small four roomed house close to centre of town. 429 Westminster Road. Apply 218-6 TO and double rooms with board, modern; phone 1036. Ap- ply 1010 Ford St. 21S-0 218-2 PROPERTY FOR FOR house, half blocfc from railway track, Torrance avenue, 3 rooms and hall 2 larg-e bedrooms .upstairs, well finished al. through. Water, sink, etc., aad wired Cor lights. cash, with payments will handle. Price The University of Alberta Courses Offered In to B. A. and B. Sc. degrees. APPLIED to B. Sc. degree. MATRICULATION Wednesday, Sep- tember 2lst REGISTRATION AND September 28th. Ato-lication lor the September Matriculation Examination should be made before September 1st. For application forms, cal- endars, and full information, apply to THE REGISTRAR, Strathcona, Alta. HAY HAY Upland hay in car lots, guar- anteed against heating or moulding. Write us your wants. JESSE GONGE CO. Acme, Alta. 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 hand selected in the district and the I best. Right on lake shore (boats all J) 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. Worth and will soon advance. Price for quick sale, cash; balance 1, 2, 3 years; 6 per cent or will exchange for No. 1 wheat land. Address Kootenay Valley Nurseries, Mirror Lake, B. C. 203-0 AUCTION SALES Conducted on short notice. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. Live stock and implements a specialty. J.A. Smith, 414 Wood SL. Lethbridge; Alberta. Regular sales at J. C. Graves' Sale Barn, Wood SL, on the second and fourth Tuesday, of each month. MEN WHO KNOW A GOOD THING will jump at this fruit land offer, 200 acres in 5 and 10 acre lots at MaMn- son's Landing, Arrow Lakes, B. C. Boats call twice daily. Landing in centre of sub-division, all level land, I sandy loam, no stone, every block with- in five minutes of boat landing. For particulars and price apply to J. Ste- phenson, Box 58, Coleman, Uta. 213-6 WANTED A few more teams to haul gravel to the city sidewalks. Apply w. a HOLE Rcdpath St. Welt FOR acres good pasture land, fenced, flowing spring, very lit- tle bush. Also well adapted for grain growing. Near town. ?17 an acre. Very easy terms. J. Morgan, 'Box 28, Olds, Alta. __________214-12 HAVE YOUR HOME BUILT before winter, make the dollar stretch the lim- it designed and finished at a price, no extras. Consult Dunbar, Wil- son and Mackay streets, North Leth' bridge. 213-6 THE STANDARD PLUMBING CO. Steam and Hot WaUr Htaifng Office and Work.hop at t10 Burdett St R. C. McCLURE S. KNAPMAN Notice To Hunters NOTICE TO HUNTERS No hunting is allowed on any of the lands of the Maclntyre Ranch. Par- ties found hunting lay themselves open to prosecution. John Magrath, Alta. Kenney, mgr., 205-26 TO or shooting of any kind is strictly prohibited on any property of Ray Knight, or the Knight Sugar Co. Trespassers will prosecuted with the .utmost rigor of the law. Ray Knight, Raymond, Alta. 205-26 TO or shooting of any kind is strictly prohibited on property of Brimhall Bros. Tres- passers will be prosecuted. Raymond, Alta, Brimhall 209-26 NOTICE TO HUNTERS AND OTHERS hunting is allowed on any of the lands of the MacMe Parties found hunting lay themselves open to prosecution. S. R. Lowe, manager. 214-6 .MONEY TO LOAN MONET TO and Insur- ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., 416 Dufferln etreet, Bryan blocK Notice I have had impounded in the west pound of the city of Lethbridge since- August 14th, 1910, the following: One red cow, branded over bar on left ribs, one white heifer branded HT connected by quarter circle under- neath on right ribs, and one cow, no distinct brand. LESLIE SILLIKER, 21S-O Acting Cnief of Police. ;