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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Monday, February Page 5. "Gaston Monac Oils, Vegetables an d Sardines We have been appointed exclusive agents for the famous Gaston Monac brand of high class goods, packed in Bordeaux, France. The quality of the canned and bottled goods under this brand is the finest procurable, and the prices are very The first aiiipiiieni received income Asparagus Flageslet Sardines, Royans Bcarnaise Sardines, Boneless in Oil Sardines, in Tomato Sauce Mushrooms, Extra, First Choice and Hotel Haricot Beans, -Extra Fine and Medium Peas, Extra Fine and Medium 1 Olive Oil, Quart, Pint and Half Pint 1 Bottles I Olive Oil, Gallon and Half Gallon Tins M These tins are fitted with neat tap, keeping the oil clean and always ready for instant use. CROW'S NEST PASS NOTES Frank, Alta., Feb. is report- ed that Attorney T. B. Martin, of Frank, will shortly remove to Mac- eod where he has formed a law part- nership with Attorney E. P. McNelll of that place. The Tlev. Lang, Presbyterian min- ister for the charges of Hillcrest and Passburg, Is preparing to build two new churches, one at Hillcrest and the other at Passburg. The prelim- inary steps have already been taken and the buildings will be erected at once. The Blalrrnore village council Is taking preliminary steps looking to the establishment of a municipal wa- "ter system for .the village. Last year a franchise was granted to prl- i vate parties to install a system but they failed to make good and the council has now decided to establish a municipal system. Application will be made to the government for au- thority-to raise the necessary funds for the sale of debentures. The question as to whether the Eng- lish House of Lords shall be abolish ed will be settled for the much dls turbed mother country at a meeting to be held next Tuesday evening in Coleman. On that occasion the'Cole- man debating society will discuss the subect and endeavor to reach a sat- isfactory conclusion on the perplex- ing question. The North Kootenay Pass Coal Co. which has been carrying on prospect- ing work on Its property on the south fork of the Old Man during win- ter has closed down until spring. Sev- eral good seams have been opened up. The Foothills Job Print and News Co. which conducts the Coleman Min- er and the Blairmore Enterprise has undergone a reorganization by J. D. S. Barrett retires from the firm and the business will be conducted by T. B. Brandon in Coleman -while Walter J. Bartlett, formerly editor of tne Cowley Chroniclt, has been taken in as a partner in the Blairmore With half the Ubor, and at half the cost of other soap, Sunlight does the whole washing in half the time, yet without injuring the most delicate fabric. UM It Sunlight way. Follow the Provincial News A. Cook, of Cook Bros., Cochrane, is soliciting for slgntaures of the principal residents to a document, ask ing the local government for a char- ter for an agricultural society for this district. It is proposed to lake in about 20 miles square of the country and hold a meeting in a different place each year within the 20 miles radius, and show in the annual meet- ing the best horses, cattle, poultry and other kind of farmers' stock, as well as grains, grasses and vegetables and flowers. Life buoy Soap delightfully freshing for bath or toilet. For waih- Ing underclothing it is unequalled. BANK OF COMMERCE IN NEft OFFICE Mr. Malcolm McKenzie, M. P. P., was In town this week, accompanied by Mr. Calder, of the Public Works Department, and went out to Carman- gay to look over the roads and bridge situation there, and to investigate the needs of the new towns in the way of appointments. Two justices of the peace have been appointed, and the other 'positions, such as issuers of marriage licenses, etc., will likely be made right away. J. G. Gumming ac- companied Review. MOVING ADVANCED 1 VAUDEVILLE., By the Eureka Orchestra. OUTLAW 1000 ft. feature film. WHITMAN Chicago's greatest comed- ian. TAMBOURINES The singing and dancing girls. o The Canadian Bank o[ Commerce are today doina; business in their fine new building which is one ol the fin- est and best equipped bank buildings in Western Canada. It is three sto- reys with full basement. The cost for building and fixtures is in the neighborhood of exclusive of the lots. The front of 'the building is of Men- omenee brick with terra cotta trim- mings. Three thousand pieces of ter- ra cotta were imported from the Old Country. The entrance is through glass doors to a large central lobby around which are grouped the desks 01 the clerks. The private office of the manager is at the left of the entrance. There are three cages, one each for the pay- ing and receiving tellers and another for the savings department. The floor Three years in the Alberta peniten- tiary was the sentence meted out to Bernard Emblim, of Strathcona, by His Honor Judge Taylor in the dis- trict court yesterday afternoon. Emblim was convicted of forgery on several charges. Being under sus- pended sentence for housebreaking in Strathcona last year, the trial Judge did not deal as leniently with him as with Lucien Houle, who was yes- terday sentenced to two years in the for a similar offence. BIG DIAMOND KING CONTEST Begins chance with every 25c and 35c ticket. The prosecutlono was conducted by Crown Attorney Cogswell, the defence by F. D. Bulletin. The Macleod Advertiser reports the purchase by outside parties of a tract of land adjoining the townsite, aggregating 1430 lots for immediate development. Enterprise. Mr. Bartjett will suofp made of tile and the decorations ceed J. A. McDonald as editor of the are in a color scheme of three shades farown to harmonize with the ma- Wt'LLIAM SEYLER WANTED FOR MURDER Murdered Girl Last Seen -With Disappeared Next Day .Atlantic. City, Feb. A wide search has been instituted for Seyler and his brother, Arvis, who are wanted by the police to clear tae -mystery surrounding the death of Jane Adams, the 18 year old girl ot this city whose body -was foum on the beach Sunday morning. William Seyler -was the last person seen -with Miss Adams on the night or Feb. 4, in company with Arvis Seyler, went to Young's new pier at the foot of Arkansas avenue. On the way they met Win. Seyler, it is said by appointment. After spending the evening on the pier, the younger oounle returned home, leaving Jane Adams and Wm. Seyler on the ocean end of the pier. The girl failing to return home that Enterprise. C. F. Sedgwick, rancher, horseman and coal baron of the South Fork, Is spending a few days in the Pass. Mr. Sedgwick is interested in several coal properties on the South Fork and ex- pects to arrange lor considerable de- velopment work in anticipation of the coming of the railroad in the spring. i interested in that region fully ex- pect to see the road built this year. for her and found William Seyler at his home. He gave no satisfactory explanation of her whereabouts and the next day he disappeared. Several days later his brother Arvis also was reported missing. The mother of Jane Adams believed that the girl had eloped, notified the police, who were still looking for the couple when the body of the girl -was found. After the examination of the body the theory of elopment was changed to murder because of the forehead over the left eye there was a deep gash which coroner's physic- ian says caused the girl's death. NAVAL TUG "NINA" THOUGHT TO BE LOST Boston, Feb. news of the missing United States naval tug Nina which left Norfolk for the Charles town navy yards last yet come to relieve the anxiety as to her fate. The belief grows strong, how hogany furniture.' The second floor is occupied by of- fices, Simmons and Shepherd, the bank solicitors are now conveniently ituated just above the bank in a com modious suite of offices. The Leth- )ridge Land and Coal Co. and Lain- and Taylor also have offices ou :he second floor. The third floor is for the use of the employees and is for the use of the employees of the bank'arHi is divided into three large bed rooms and live cubiculars partitioned ofi from one lar- ger room. There are two bath rooms and a cosy sitting room. The clerks of the Bank of Commerce have cer tainly a comfortable home. Busines has so increased that the staff now numbers eleven including the manager. The Tongue Creek Presbyterian congregation has selected D. Morri- son, W. Wareup, J. McTavlsh, J. Mc- Intyre and T. Black. Big Rock has selected J. H. Carr, A. Thompson and J. McEathron. The finances and at- tendance report was very satisfac- Review. Rumors are in the air that two new branch banks are to be established in the near future at Macleod. "'he banks are the Dominion and the Brit- ish North America. With regard. In much, foundation but it is said tba the latter is contemplating takin the quarters to be vacated by th Bank of Commerce when it hit its' new building next month." 51 at leod Advertiser. Public Auction! Wednesday, February 16 At 10 o'clock at the PUBLIC MARKET PLACE IN THE CITY OF ALTA. ABOUT 45 HEAD OF HORSES Consisting of 20 head of mares-and geldings, ranging in weight from to Ibs. each, and all broken 1 Registered Pure Bred CLYDE STALLION" o "McHatton's No. 17582, 4 years old 1 Pare bd. Grade PERCHEEON STALLION 25 Head of EILLIES AND GELDINGS Coming 1, 2 and 3 years old, all halter broken TERMS: CREDIT TILL NOV. 1ST, 1910 Will Be Granted on Bankable Paper with Approved Security Rex Virtue Ownei W.L Wilson Of Lethbridge, Auctioneer. Phone 585 K. E. Boswell of High River, and rr negative side by C. Ford and F. Moy- cr ot" Calgary. T. O. Baldwin rd and some excellent readings and selections were given between Uio 1 bursts ot" oratory. 12 head rating from 1300 to 1500 Ibs. 30 head rating from 1250 to 1300 Ibs. 30 head rating from 1050 to 1100 Ibs. 10 head rating from 1000 Ibs. 50 per cent of above are mares. The mares are supposed to be in foal by "Matchless." This horse will speak for himself on day of sale. He is a draught Percheron weighing 1900 Ibs. and is a sure foal getter, and also a range horse. He is one of the best of the'f draught Percherons that ever came into Alberta, for style and action he has it all. This horse will be offered on the same date of sale. This fine stud has been at the head of the "double horse-shoe" brand for the last three years. We guarantee every animal to be as represented at the sale. We wish to extend a hearty welcome to all. and will do our best to make this sale a success and give you your money's worth, as this will be one of the biggest sales ever held in Alberta. cash, unless otherwise arranged previous to sale. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. MESSRS. PILLING BROS., Proprietors. Taber, Alta., Fob. S. Stan-ili- sell delivered' a lecture on Birds in! Their Relation to Agriculture, in the L. S. meeting house on Monday Feb. 7 before a well attended The Tabor City band rendered a tew selections before the lecture, also the Ward Choir gave a number of An- thems. Dr. W. H. Lang, of Vancouver, form- erly one of our local physicians came for a few days' visit with his many friends and relatives. He left on Wed- nesday for his home at Vancouver. Bills are out for a big masquerade ball to be given in the Taber Opera house on Friday night. Feb. 11. This will be the biggest event of the sea son and a good crowd is anticipated. luf D. R. oi th' Herald staC, have taken up thei apartments in the Victoria Mansions corner Cutbill and Rcdpath Sts. Wo have just received about two carloads i (4r of heavy draft and farm horses, weighing from twelve fifty to fifteen hundred pounds each, and thcv are an exceptionally fine lot, <2 all well hroke and ready to work. Quick sales count with us, so come and see them early. M TABER LIVERY CO. I TABER ALBERTA ;