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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALBEUtA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1008. PAOE INURE SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON HARNESS and SADDLES FOR BO DAYB LARGE 'ASSORTMENT OP BLANKETS, ROBES GLOVES and MITTS SPECIAL PRICES ON TRUNKS and VALISES ALL NEW GOODS A. E. EASTON bad I could scarcely Tic down Jo bed. I procured a box of linburn'H and "Nerve Pills and they Leiytd so Rot another box ami it ban a flnal cure. I cannot too highly of I think they are worlh their weight in gold." He Lent To Taf t Generous North Dakota Fanner is Be- ginning to Need His Fur-lined Garment Now Washington, Nov. the? sec- ond week of Ms strenuous campaign for the Presidency, Jjidgo Taft invad- ed North Dakota. was accom- panied by a cold wave that nu-t him at Minneapolis. Great prc-parationH iiad been made for his entertainment at Fargo, where the arrangements contemplated a visit by the Presiden- tial candidate to a barbacuc near edjje of the city. All these plans were outlined to Mr. Taft by a local committee which boarded, the train at Crookston, Minn. When Mr. Taft hinted that lie had no garment to protect him from the cold the local coinmitteemsn said they would see to it that he was provided with proper habiliments. When the Taft special readied Grand Forks, Senator McCumbor got EXCURSIONS ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY a Directors and Secretary. Tho dent; rd G. Bennet. Secretary, and E. W. leid, Trpasurer. Owing to reports of experts and Iso from the -fact that important cw discoveries were made during the ast summer, the Treasury stock was When Corning -and Klick were in their camp together Corning left one day by himself on a hunt for large afeme. He returned a day or two lat- er and found. Klick in front of the ncreased from lOcts. hare for the present to 25cts. per and prospects joint to a sharp adVancc as soon as evelopmcnt work opens in the spring Mr. Van Pelt as Manager, is 'auth- orized to make all purchases of sup- >lies and carry on the active opera- ions of the Company at" the mine. Tho following named persons aro lircctors of the Company; E. W. Reid D. McDonald, R. W. Berry, Icr and H. G. Bennett, all of Great Falls, Mont.; J. H. Van Pelt, E. N. Barker, of Carclston, Alberta, and Thomas Atkins, of Macleod, Alberta. Plans were presented. by Eastern capital looking toward the early de- velopment of tho Company, and J. H. Van Pelt and L. H. Jullifl were authorized to confer with these East- ern parties, and they will leave for tho East ia-the near future. camp with all the candles they had j in stock (eighteen in number) set up about him and lighted. KUck was stark naked and imagined that spir- its were about him and menaced his life and that the lights alone would keep them off. Klick talked strange ly, and Corning became alarmed anc left for help.__While he was gone Van Bibber friends came along Just before they arrived Klick had jumped from a bluff and had bruis ed himself severely: Can Bibber am friends seized Klick and overcam him and dressed his wounds. Corn- ing soon came back and the party then proceeded to Dawson. Narrow Escape For Middies Place Your Orders for IDRAYING FIFTH AV. HOUSE FOR XMAS Washington, D.C., Dec. would have been a meat famine in Melbourne, Australia, during the week qf the visit of the American fleet if one of the large freezing com panies had not stored car casses of mutton and about car cases of beef; according to a repor A very remarkable condition of af- airs is disclosed by the Octolwr bank tatcment issued at Ottawa. The peo- ple are saving money at a very much Finn Leech, a aster rate that the banks and bus- vhose ranch is ness men. can dispose of it in profit- able investments. The result is that tho deposits in Canada increased dur- ing October to the extent of while the business of the country absorbed by way of current loans only more than dui ing tho previous month. When it is remembered that the crop movement began very early thi year, and that the farmers were pau or their wheat aud other produce romptly, it will" be understood t'ua several million dollars .of the increas i deposits may be due to the plen ifulness of money in the'rural dis- rhts. But there were probably also he fruits of greater thrift in the owns and cities when the pinch of he past year has taught caution. Whatever the cause, the bankers of Canada are confronted with the fact that they have .to earn interest on 96 millions of capital, or a total of Fargo on the long distance telephone and said that he wanted tha chair- man of the County Committee to be at the station witli an overcoat1 that would fit Judge Taft. A hundred loyal sons of Fargo were willing to shiver in the raw blizzard that the next President of. the United States should be properly clad. The diffi- culty was to find a man of the Taft physical proportions who owned an overcoat. Big Farmer's Overcoat The county chairman was in de- pair until lit' happened to think of Jack- made by Consul Jewell, of Melbourne on Dingee, a. wealthy man f Oakland, Cal., who owned the ouse at 85S Fifth avenue; between he residences.of George J. Gould and Mrs. Charles I1. Yerkes, gave title in he property yesterday to Virginia. house is valued at ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed i PHONE 289 WILL KNOW RESULT DAY AHEAD Vancouver, Dec. curiosity connected -with the Tommy Burns- Jack Johnson bout in Sydney, Aus- tralia, on Dec. 26, at 11 a.m., is that the result of the contest will be known in Vancouver on Dec. 25, .Christmas day. According to the experts at the Ottawa" Observatory, 11 a.m., Dec. 26, in Sydney, will be 7 p.m., Dec. 25, in Vancouver, so, paradoxically speaking, people in this city will know how the battle resulted a day before it happened. This scarcity was due to the recen drought conditions in the southern, portion of Australia. -Mr. Jewe' adds tli at the present prices of mea iu 'Melbourne is the highest eve k'nown in the State of Victoria. H says that the impression is that beef will be dear in Melbourne for an in- definite time. Round Trip Fare From LETHBRIDGE To Montreal..-- Toronto..... S6-60 Ottawa..... 56-60 Quebec..... 61-50 i Proportionate fares to many other points ia Ontario, Que- bec, and Maritime Provinces. Chicago...... 56.85 Miwaukce.... 55.05 St. Louis..... 61.35 Des Moines 53.35 Sioux City..-- 53.25 Coun'l Bluffs- 55.35 Omaha....... 55.60 St.Joseph... 58.10 Kansas City.. 59.50 Tickets on daily 1st to 31st, 1908; return limit three months from date of sale. vie MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL THE WAY OF FAST TRAINS When buying tickets insist upon them reading via North-Western Line Ob'tain information from your local agent or address: H. S. Collins, Gen'l Agent 420 Riverside Ave., Spokane. "bonanza onlv a few miles rom Fargo. Finn weighs 340 pounds. The delighted county chairman lost; no time in getting in touch with Finn. 'Did Finn have an Sure thing, and it was lined with mink j and cost- "Would he lend it to Judge Taft for use that Would her1- Would a lifelong- Republican miss a chance to have his finest garment adorn the shoulders of the leader" of his party? Ten minutes later the overcoat was in the hands of the county chairman, and Judge Taft was tucked beneath its ample folds as soon as his train reached Fargo. He wore the coat to the barbacue and ALBERTA RAILWAY AND COAL CO. Annual Report -Says duct Is Limited By Can- adian Pacitic Car Service the company, and those to be {There are four flour mills an-1 eight elevators m operation along the com- pany's railway. INCREASE IX LAND SALES Though the amount of land sold was less than last viz. 125.202 acres against acres for 1 007 !_tho price was rather Letter, viz.. against The price: i seems a low one, but .a large portion of the lands sold i'liU-riged to ithe acru frcm Colonel K. H. B. Wodehousc, vice-president of the Alberta Railway j the government for which .toe com- pany arc not allowed v> charge itore than acrjj. The vero (naturally affected by Ovj iinatic-r.l cri- jsis, but the satisfactory crops this thc'yc'ar have lately promoted n gocd demand Tor land nad uu.ier present jt is cct reserves out of loans at home and abroad of That is a serious proposition and it .seems al- most certain that confronted "with a decline of almost 64 millions in loans in compared with, this time a year the banks will be forced to stimulate business by loan- ing freely wherever good security of fers. __________ o the meetings following the feast. company, presided at the samc to contmne. It is not the the annual meeting of that company policy of the company 1-1 tho held in LoiUlon recently, and in. sub- sale of irrigable Ifiiid, il milling the annual report said the thought desirable to wscrve jr for dis Taber To Get Experiences Book to Write a Spokane, "Wash., Dec. for local color to embellish a story for all that Finn Leech knows may be wearing it now as he fol- lows the elusive golf ball ovi-r the links at Hot Springs. Where. Did It Go? The mink-lined coat disap- peared when Judge Taft left Fargo. Nobody seems to know where it is. Its owner has asked Senator MeCum- bar to make an investigation. Col. Ransdell, who was in charge of the Tail Special, is at Atlantic City, resting from his. forty-two days of travel, and iu his absence, -nobody here can speak with authority as to the fate oi the coat. Senator Mc- Cumber hai telegraphed his clerks in Washington to find the coat, but up to date they have found no trace of it. Mr. Taft's fellow travellers are agreed that he didn't wear the gar- ment after the Fargo celebration, and none of them saw it in the train when the Taft special departed on its wav into South Dakota. iposai in dry reasons. The rapid amount now due to the company on i T i growth at the city oi Letnoi Jge nas account of land sales was calisetl' an enhancement in the value 000 (an incretise over last year of Qf dty propcrty generally, -so much and is being paid by in-1 SQ that company should sooner or talments. Meantime, we get G per }atcr benefit in a as ent. interest while it remains unpaid -t Qwns town is, us as Ve paid off 4 per ccnt.'a ]argQ of adjoining 'the )rior lien debenture stock during the --jt capable of subdirHian into -ear, and have enough money in lots as iucrcas-2d king Up 108 When you want DRAYINC Done promptly and JOHN BRODIE The Uberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Nov. Maxey and Burnett, electrical contractors, have secured tho contract from tho Cana- da West Coal Co, to do ail the house wiring for parties. desiring electrical connections with the company's plant ilr. Maxcy said today that the work was progressing favorably, and in ten days the current would be turned n. Sir. H. E. Fuller, after completing a railroad grading contract of two miles, near tho junction of the branch being extended to Calgary, was to- day looking for work for his men and teams. B. H. Wagner, proprietor of the Burdett Hotel, was in town Satur- day on business. Sunday afternoon the west wind switched and came directly from the -north, bringing the temperature down to 1-i degrees below zero on Monday morning. The generous stork, one day last week, brought to the hoinc of and Mrs. Bud White, a srn. Lecd. .g that this is going to be the most so vere winter ever known on th rios of the Northwest.. on "roughing almost cost A. G. coWer now -n Fargo Romming, graduate" of the University wag of Minnesota, his life. He was fam- aml ished when found in a sealed box car at Everett, Wash., having made the trip from Spokane to that city with- out food or drink for two days. .He was arrested and booked as a vag- rant, but when the police learned his story they gave him nourishment. Romming said that he came to. the North-West to gather material for a novel aud wanted to weave a real wftger CAR .SHORTAGE. Lang. Sask., Dec. shortag here assumed serious proportions hands of the .trustees to" pay off 10 per cent, of the balance of th'e funds received up to June 30 last. The net result is that, after paying -i per cent, dividend on the ordinary stock shall have to carry next year. If it had not been for the flood we would of course have paid a larger dividend. Our coal sales dur- ing the year have been tons, against tons for 1907 (the year of tho and 199.824: tons for 1906. We were hampered at the begi uning of the year by th'e want of skilled labor, which affected our out- put, and we bad a mild winter, which affected our .sales. As the workings in. our present pits were getting very extendcd we decided last year to sink a new shaft on fresh ground further north. I am glad to say that at 400 feet we found an excellent seam of coal 4V feet thick, quite us good Mr. Gait, dated "I have been sim- may demand. I will conclude my remarks read- ing, a small paragraph tho lust letter I got from Oct. 7. He says: ply amazed by the advances in de- velopment ,all through the country. Practically everywhere there is an in- crease, and, notwithstanding the bad times liist year, everyone is optimis- tic. The Lcthbridge district is go- ing ahead by leaps and bounds, and this is due to year and also that the Canadian Pacific Railway Company are making in Lethbridge. Tho Canadian Pacific Railway are building a bridge over the river miles in length and 300 feet in height, at a rost of over sterling." into a box car in.th Railway company's local yard, think- ng to get out after a ride of 50 miles, >ut while he was asleep in a corner he door was shut and fastened. He ounded and kicked until his knuck- es and toes became bruised, without attracting attention. The fact- that ,he car contained perishable freight and was quickly unloaded at Everett saved his life, he said, as he would lave starved to in day. IfllS irtl of the Railroad art Wot rifetiiisterll FROM Xa EACH Also a tew Acre Lots East of, Westminster Road, each One-third cash, one-third 6 ninths, balance 12 moutas. Interest 6 per cent, per annum Ufern Into] Ci, (lari Raymond Raymond, Xov. Arthur McDuffcc returned today from Van couvcr, D. C., where he has spent the last two weeks. Ho reports that Mr and Mrs. R. H. McDuffcc, who left hero last Mnv, arc and like B. C. Mr. G. W. Matson and bratha Wiiltc, left Friday for Warner and will return Mrs. C. Pipper of Cardston and Xfr. H. Johnson of Magrath weix guests at the home of Mr. C. Nils son on Sunday. Miss Bertha Fisher and Mr. "ft leave in a few" days for Lako City where they will IK< mar ricd. Tho engagement of Miss Me- Mullen and Xr. Ott on- announced. They will no Christmas. Among those who leave for tomorrow am ?.fr. sr. 1 jk-tner, Miss M. )u XTw. A surprise party was Misa Martina Nilsson in honor of her thir- teenth birthday. Her Sunday School class and teachers were present. She received many beautiful presents and a very plcawwit evening was spent. as, if not bettor than, that now work ed. It is intended to equip it with all the latest machinery above and "M below ground. Q00ti progress is be- busincss stagnation resulting, complaining that, their collections have been very slow coming in, but the explanation but the permanent the farmers is that thoy cannot handling arrange- kc-t their produce. There is nnyjmcnts will not compieted before amount of wheat and Has in j ncxt- alltumu Moatitimo the country around Lang, and yesterday i will be very limit- forty" loads were counted standing Tho demand for coal throughout around on the streets, many of which rountry exceeds the company's the large crop this to tho improvement SUGGESTS BRYAN'S NAME Philadelphia, Dec. Martin G. Brumbaugh, Superintendent of Schools of Philadelphia, has declined an offer of the chancellorsliip of the University of Nebraska, which Dr. E. Benjamin Andrews recently resigned. Dr. Brumbaugh suggested William J. Bryan as the man for the'place. had to be hauled home again by dis-1 productive rapacity, but the tonnage To HOUSEKEEPERS We desire to inform all housekeepers in the city that the City Bakery is now under a new man- agement, which, by the cour- teous treatment of its cus- tomers, the prompt delivery of goods, and by the super- ior quality of those goods, arc deteniiined to perfectly satisfy every patron. The employees in our bake shon are men of vide ex- perience, ,who understund- every detail connected with turning out the very best eatables. We carry a complete stock Bread, Pastry, etc. We arc determined to make the City Bakery stand for the best in all its depart- ments. ROBT. SCOTT, Prop. gusted fanners became there is no sold wholly upon the Cnu- accomniodation hero for num- stor-i Pacific, Railway company's car 'supply. The Vail way earnings were for the year, apainst I'OOS for 1907 and S182.70R for 1006, j showing steady progress. The rail- tralBr will inevitably in- MAGISTRATES CHANGED IN STE1NHEIL CASE Paris, Nov. caso of Jtmc. j croasu with the settlement and culti- Slcinheil, who was arrested in -thisj vation of the lands already sold city after a day of sensational dcvel-j opments, in tho murder of her hus- band and her slop mother, Jlnio. Japy, in this city last Mny, wiis tak en this morning out of the hands of M. JcSdelte, the examining nitigis-i trate, was heretofore in charge J was turned over to Magistrate Andre. During the exchange of magistrates there has no developments since hast night. Mine. is still i under nrrest. Mme Steinheil is held <.m the charge of aiding aud abetting the murder of her husband and 'step mother. Be- yond tho conviction that she had a CARRIED NIPSIE OUT" Toronto. Dec. a pony belonging to Alfred, the youngest son; of Mr. Alfred Eogers, was carried out- of a burning stable at Deer Park in the arms of a little lad named Bren- non. The pony is only thirty-four inches high. It is the pet of the Ro- gers family and when the weather be- comes cold it is kept in the house. THE: Woody l-Davidson Co. Ltd. SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS, MANUFACTURERS AND JOMEJG Are now located in the new Bowman Block, Crabb Street further light on tho perpetrators ot'j the deed has obtained. Export! have rieclared that Steinheil undoubtedly is suffering] from a kind of Hysteria peculiar to! !a cortain of nouastonirs winch manifests itself in wildest, accusa-i tions. There is a full blast against! I tho government by tho Xationaltstj land Semetic press in nn effort toj prove that tho aut.horitios had an i interest in smothering ihr truth ron- i corning 1his news. Anu are ci. all orders and inquiries regarding Sket Metal Cornices SkjKgks, Shing'es, Irw, General Agents Pease Wkrfm, Ictd Sfed Vkfcr Finices Repsten Contractors are invited to investigate our Prices and Stock Phone 142 P.O. Box 627 ;