Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
AJLMHTAlWlONiiOAV, JANUARY la.lHI. Wonderful! Startling! Mystifying! LYCEUM Phone, 319 Reiidcnce, 320 STRICTLY UNION THEATRE KENDALL'S AUTO GIRL Is she Alive or is she a Wax Figure? then Guess Again REDWOOD. GORDON Singers and Instrumentalists. Refined Entertainers BEN HORTON Lightning Clay Modeler and Cartoonist 3000 Feet Moving Pictures Two Performances, 7.45 and 9.20 Admission 15c and 25c NEWS OF THE DISTRICT COLEMAN. Jan. Miss Ross, sis- Eoss, the Co-Opera- tive staff, arrived on Wednesday latt Coleman, ter of J- from Calgary, have set up Mr. and Miss Ross house keeping in S. Sbone's house on 6th St. II. L. Elves of Cayley, Alta., is the new freight clerk at the C.P.R., de- pot. A. J. Jolly has-quit thu C.P.R. de- pot staff and has joined the forces of the International Coal Coke Co. Hoy Hogarth left on Friday for a fortnight's visit at his former home at Dauphin, Man. Dame Humor says he will join the benedicts ere return- ing- B. jULJStilJ returned-- ou Sunday from a trip ,_to and Edmon- ton. Messrs. Clayton 'and "Morrison will discontinue the-barber business in. con- nection with their pool room, having sold to F. G-. Graham of the Cabinet Cigar'Store and Barber Shop. R. Evan. came recently from Vancouver to take a position with Clayton and Morrison has gone to work in Graham's barber shop. Harry Ward and C. S. Keating of R'egina, Sask., are auditing the books of the Coleman Slsrcanule Co. E. A. C. Crawford of Toronto ar- rived a few1 days ago to take a posi- tion in the office of the International Coal Coke Co. Jas. Burrows has purchased the H illcrest Hotel and will take charge of the business at once. He with Urs. Burrows left a few days ago for Hillcrest. 0. "W. -spent Tuesday in Fende. T. H. Wheelon of the Jfapanee Ho- tel, Fernie, was a Coleman visitor On Thursday last. The recent storm and cold has to some extent with of car shortage. Nevertheless the employ- ees of ihe. International Coal Coke Co. lost very little time and with the-'exception "ol one or two days the mines working steadily. some time, started for the East ag- ain Tuesday, 0. D. Green has commenced build- ing operations on his ranch-near Suds Lake. R. Risinger left last week iorLa short stay in the south. Mr. Rising- er will return early in March in time for spring work. T. M. Kiddle and A- M. Kiddle of Stirling paid us a flying Geo. H. and R. E. Wat- kins are visiting friends in Bottineau, cases of bite were re- ported last week though none were very .serious. RAYMOND, Iflif 'iijI public" (ffwi team, more' of, lively pUoe, tttetl. so, Southern The Southern "Alberta Land' Coci- now shipping buslwsli whicbl'it' about' Tiye, miles from 'Bow Island. The yield was 37 bushels to the acre. This town'has-just reason, plain "of its "mail service, OnljKthe- train going wdfet off'mail here. The ..eastern, mail is carried to the next ,claily papers -dated Monday do not "reach us Uintil Wed- nesday. __ The Rogerfe-Cwminghain Lumber Co. iiave purchased six lots, and-are putting in a first-class lumber yard here. The company -will', carry; in stock' everything that goes into a house, including hardware. A "great many settlers aw coming in, and at least eight-tenths of.. there are fi'om the States. They are ,a good class "of farmers, and need not be surprised to hear of wheat shipments .from this town amounting to half a per year within the, years. Color, Flavor, Fragrance are'the strong pomU of Raymond, Jan. James Saunders and son are leaving this week ior Strathmore where he "will open up a harness shop. Hr. Furman of Lethbridge was in town on business Saturday. [Mrs, Joseph. Xilsson entertained, -all the ilutual Stake local officers and a number of her friends on Thursday evening and a very pleasant evening was spent. IUr. and Mrs. C. Mlsson were "at home'' to a number ofViriends ;Satur- day evening and recitations were" rendered and a dainty lunch was served. 3Ir George Salmon has returned from the south. HE WILL MANAGE C- R. GRAIN TRAFFIC Thomas S. Acheson Appointed to r Very Responsible Position on the Company's Staff Winnipeg- Jan. 12. Thomas S. Acheson, former ly 'travelling freight agent ior' the Canadian.'-OPacific, was yesterday promoted by that eompany. lo -be the general grain' The territory to 6a covered by Mr.' Ach- eson will extend from Port Arthur to Laggan, taking in. the entire wheat grow ins; area, including Manitoba, Saskatchewan and The position to Mr. .fUie- son liis been promoted1 is an entirely new one. nothing similar to it having teen previously been provided for by the C.P.R. The 'duties' which will be discharged by the general grain agent were formerly taken -up by the various general freight agents. Un- der the new arrangement all matters [relating. to the handling of the wheat crop will transferred from the of- fices of the general freight agents and will be handled by the new of- fice. The step now decided on has been taken owing to the vast increase BOW ISLAND. Bow Island, Jan gas well four miles north of town, being drill- ed by the C P.E., showed a pressure of 250. pounds to the square inch at a depth of feet Bow Inland property, since the dis- covery of gas, has taken an upward bound, more than a. dozen lots hav- ing been sold during the last week. NEW -DAYTON, New Dayton, 'Jan. A Fel- ger of Ijethbridge, called on friends in town on Tuesday. Mr- Herbert 'Snider, who has been visiting-C. Walker for he rushed to Lethbridge "and ordered an '.evening suit. The Bow Island House is being de- corated in readiness for the dance on Friday evening, Jan. 15. Roy ilcGrogor is building a new house on his ranch across the river, and from the installments of fine fur- nit me arriving it is fair to presume that he is going to do the right thing by taking unto himself a better half. The townspeople have clubbed to- gether and srf putting down a well for the use of the town. during the past few years in the shipments kof grain over the lines of the C. P. E_, and the corresponding increase in the work of supervision. JlaTij- matters now come "up for con- sideration and which were not laised in former years ne- cessitate greatly increased staffs and the of new officials. A few. years ago it apeared desir- able that an official should be named Lo have direct charge of all matters connected with the shipment of live stock, and H. C. MeMullen, of Cal- gaiy, was asked to take charge of thio branch of the work. What was at that time done for the live stock, shipments now be done for the grain trade by Mr. Atcheson. The appointment was effective Jan. 1, but owing to the fact that confir- mation had not been received from Montreal no announcement was made" until yesterday Mr. Acheson has already entered on his new position. RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH; CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea it Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. partj for the archepiscopal office. The circumstance that' he has been passed over, and that Dr. Lang, the of- a Presbyterian; minister, and a nephew of Rev. Gavin, -Lang, for many- years ol the leading Pres- byterian divines in Canada, has been appointed in his stead has given this section of the party a shock from which. it_will not soon recover. j The' 'London Daily News is the! chief newspaper opponent of the ap- pointment. That paper declares that the passing over of the Bisliop -of Hereford in1 favor of a suffragan, "young, comparatively 'unknown. and no record of ifcivl Lib- eral" id a surprise to the party. Bishop of Hereford was I ,to ,he office News maintains. It says- "Of his. cour- ageolis defence, of "all tnat is finest in. Liberal principles during, the ..period of Liberal fortunes we need" not speak. Everyone -re- members _how time again he stood almost. alone 'among his peers as the champion of justice and free- dom when jiearbv the whole country s set to decry and howl him- down- Putting party aside., we consider that ?uch consistency of character, such brave sincerity, the jnidst, of furO brave consistency -of in the midst of furtive" or violent opposi- tion.' any" case'T have deserv- ed the highest reward that church or state confer. .But we see no reason why, Ceases of con- CHURCH AND STATE (Edmonton Sato We may be deeply that church and state do -not mix more than they do in. Canada'. Some time ago British Premier elevated Dr. Cosmo Lang, the Bishop of Stepney, who previously in- vited to Montreal, to the "position' of "Archbishop of York. con- sequence he is in his party. Dr. Lang is a Conservative. The Bishop of Hereford, who- has always stood k, the Liberals was There is strong talk of organizing athe choice of the extreme men in the spicious distinction, should be put aside. A self-denyiap. ordinance is all very well, and __ no Liberal would wish venerable Tory or scholar not far from depot Grood Business Site Will Handle i L.S. TELEPHONED 294 Offices Macdonald Block Three lots on Westmin-, J ster Road in block 95 each, terms Skeit Phone 197 Whitney Block of .absurdity has been reached7> to tr.. Hto" yw wait IsttHliSi tef tl SITUATION! VACANT to handle article great.merit juai being'in- troduced; sells toibuflineie men, pro- fessional men and homes; pleasant work and .big 'pay; exclusive terri- tory to right man. Address' Box 1828, 'Calgary, Alb. 23-6 THREE UNION Carpenters, for a few at the Lyceum must work outside. Apply at once. 27-1 WANTED-rGood general servant wanted. "Agply "Mrs. J. Bawden, corner-Griyn and Courtland "Sts. 22-6 SITUATION WANTED. wanted by ateady man; good habits; can give good ief- erencee. Jae. P. Lyou, Lethbridge P.O. 17-O LAND FOR SALE FOE St., close to 1-8 bat- ance H. Macbeth AgericyrP.O. Block. r TOE African veteran scrip, cheap., B7 'V. Gibbons, Ott ,-21-0 FOE' SALE-7-2 acres and: house, on .Grabb" St.; price nail cash, balance easy. Apply 'Y., or phone 114- T0: RENT, TO comfortable "fur- nished bedroom. Apply 422 Glyn St. TO small st-able, close in, a rjQonth, Apply Box Herald Office. 23-0 TO ,01 west ol or dwelling. Apply The Agency.' 20-O tai aadBritiah for el tvtalf-OM years at to annwtl xmtal of 11 K, Will" ;-f, made to of'Bvkv-AfMt <4 the district to which Uw rtgbfc j f i plied for In surveyed territory fto must be by sMtibEtii, or U uneurveyed territory ed for aball be viaked vV'T) Each application' mufli te' panied by a .fee of 16, U refunded if the rifhU applied for an royalty shall, be paid on' cHauUble; uiiue- at of five ceoit'per Jon- T V, Every of coal miiiing rifbte, which 'ate not" 'i furnish the distiict Agent of ion. Lands with. a_ statement to tbat effect at Jeaat once in oacb 'The leave will include tbe; aoaJ mining only, ,but way be permitted .-to purchase available surf ace: rights. may be ooo- the, working .oj the the, 110 an A'crib: For full information -app'licatipii should be made the Department of "the. Interior, tawa, or any Agent- or Bub-Agent ot Duisinion Lands, Deputy Minister ol the Interior, "N.B. Unauthorized -publication 6} this advertisement" will not be tor. SYNOPSIS OF NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS TO rooms for two able men. Apply, 1408 Ford St. 20-0 TOE excellent furnished roomsi x each two the house is strictly modern in every particular: Those jvishing "board ap- ply 425 Bartlett-St. HO partly --furnished rooms "renir 25 Argyle Ave. Phone 124. 27-0 ARTICLES FOR SALE. Royce best make slide trombone, new -condition- 3, 'balance installments, Addren XV 97-0 NIAGARA POWER. av Jan. 4he terms of a draft treaty between Canada.and the "United States for, the, conserva tion of Niagara Falls ,it is agreed that no more than cubic feet of water per second shall be distort- ed for power ptirposes from thet Cana- dian side, and not- more than cubic feet from the American side. Tenders Sealed tenders will be re- ceived by the undersigned up to 8 (eight) o'clock p.m., on the 18th. (eighteenth) day of January, 1909, for the privi- lege of selling and, delivering water in the North Ward and all parts of the city outside of the water "main -system, the same to be supplied by wagons, subject to the super- vision of- the Council, GEO. W. BOBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. 26-4 PRIVATE SALE_of household effects, commencing1 Jan.' -4th, in- cluding golden oak fur- nitufe'j rahgC cooking etc. May "he'seen during day or X Dufferin 'St., Bart- south side.'s lett Any person who i or pverVlS .Id, 1may OT available toba, Saskatchewan x applicant must appear in person the Dominion, Lands "Agency: or But Agency districCu'Entry" proxy- "may be l-ati-any on. -f rJv fc x another; "son, daughte: ter of intending "homesteader. of thcee stead -T by his father, son, daugbtar. brother or sister..1 Z In certain a in good FOU N weeks ago, aged'4 yearsj brand S stiffler color, bluish grey; reward for re- turn or information as to where- A. Carlson, Windsor Hotel, Lethbridge. 18-30 STKAYED-Sorrel light "driving both1 hind feet -white; brandec arrow head on lett jaw and shoulder 110.00 Ior return to CL Alexander Lethbridge. 20-0 stead- Price of sii entry- ii earn homestead who his liomestead, right an tain -'a chased ia Price reside sixj-monthSi.inj. thrw icrea' and h'ght 'driving horse, hoth liind feet -white; arrow-head on left jaw and shoulder; f 10.00 for return to G. Alexander, Lethbridge. 20-0 gauntlet; between South- ard's -store and Whitney's livery, 'inder kindly leave at Herald. 26-6 PONY EXPRESS. If you wish yoyr -parcels, trunks, or baggage delivered quickly, ring Ed., Bechtel, Phone -No. 302. Of- fice in McKeowrr Hard ware Co. 4-26 ESTABLISHED 1364 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Departmeat Ltthbridfc Branch: Coaldale Block, Rcdpath St. Interior. this advertiaement TpiW' for. M' 7" V" have bought'fout nsfwjJo: .promptly deUrered promptly.