Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHSRIDGS; ALBERTA, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1909. LEThrfRIDGE MARKETS Tin- ;rnun markrt i? firm. Thoir-'h theiv is ptill uri' dtfuuiid for seed thus fall tlu'iv i; no more in sight unices it is iv- slupjH'd back again. the wurohouj-e commissioner said at the meeting the other day, the ''armors should providf larger granary ac-c-Ojumoda- tion. And any ck-an pure seed could now denaand a. profitable price .which would soon repay the cost ot the gran- ary. WHEAT- NO. 1 OG ?1 10 No. 2 Northern.....1 03 1 07 No. 3 Northern.....1 00 1 04 No. 1 Alberta Red 1 05 1 10 No. 2 Alberta Red 1 02 1 07 No." 3 Alberta Red 0 99 1 04 Weighing over 33 Ibs. 0 40 0 .'-5 Light weights......... 0 37 0 Flax.................101 123 Some oats have been imported re- cently from the Lacombe district. Cattle are rather scarce for butcher beei and there is a steady demand for hogs while sheep' are scarce. the hoof- Steers, per Ib........0 04 0 05 Cows, per'lb. 0 03% 0 04 HOGS- Live, per cwt........6 00 G 50 Dressed, per cwt. S 00 S 50 Sheep- Live, -per cwt......0 00 5 00 Dressed, per cwt. 12.50 15 00 The demand and price lor poultry are both better but-there is little if any supply offering that -is cold storage. The demand for egirs is less while the supply i? as good or better. .BUTTER AND Dairy butter 0 15 0 25 Creamery butter .....025 035 Etrcs, per dozen 0 25 0 30 The supply of potatoes is a little easier as they' are being imported all the- way from Nova Scotia but the de- mand .is 'steady. Rhubarb is more plentiful -any fanners rhubarb to Lethbridge are sure of finding a.ready sale. Potatoes, per cwt. 2 00 2 25 Cabbage, per Ib. .....0 00 Q 04' Onions, per Ib.......0 00 .0 03% Rhubarb, per 0 0 05 Feed is. still in good demand and hay is selling at about per top. Drv Flint akins, 0 10 9 12 Cured hides, per Ib.. 0 06 0 07 RENDERED No. 1, per Ib. .......0 04 0 05 No. 2, per. Ib. 0 03 0 04% The Citiizens Lumber Company are unloading a carload of repressed br ick of the finest quality manufac- tured. LUMP COAL a ton delivered or a ton at mine STEAM COAL 75c a ton at mine All Coal sold C. O.D Address postcard to Dupen Co. -ROYAL CITY Riehard the Serial Story By C Towflseiid Brady and Edward Peple On reaching Irvinxtou he hurried to the telegraph office asd sent the fol- lowing dispatch to his representative at Auttin. Tex.: Watch harbor bill. Skin rvne on. when legislature will adjourn and BILL WILLIAMS. N. T. There, was some considerable delay in sending his wire, which ho further lengthened by telephoning to his New Tork representatives, mating- an ap- pointment with their: for later daring the 4ay. As be had plunged straight for the telegraph offica. be neither saw nor was seen by Mr. Jacob Renwyck when that gentleman, accompanied by two plain, clothes men, got off the rear car of same train, rushed across the platform, jumped Into a wilting surrey, the only carriage that happened, to meet that train, and drove rapidly away. Nor did be hear several people of the station agent for walk- "Wby? tifecuusc if you weren't already it would take a bigger doctor's shop than this to patch you up. Who sent me those telegrams? Where's my V "Don't know anything about either I of the other responded careleas- j ly, while he marveled at the Texan's show of spirit "The last I saw of Dick he was going up to Irvlngton j call upon the Ren Ren- wyck, ye and all j that sort of thing." j gasped Mr." Williams. "My i son gone to call on Jacob Drop j It! Drop It! No nonsense now! What j Are you talking j Lord Croyland explained, but the very fact that Richard" had dared communicate with Jacob Benwyck, j even to oblige a put. the father j In a new fury. "Of course." said the earl. "ha. couldn't possibly'be out there now, but L WK ior you might phone and make certain. t to Mr. Renwyck's plac.. dare say they have a telephone." "No, stormed the old gentle- man, walking up and down excitedly. "No more long distance lies for me. Pve bad enough of that already. I'll just go up to Irrlngton myself and pick up his trail. I want my boy. I tell you. and I'm going to find him. If he isn't at Irvlngton my trip won't be wasted after all. I'll have the satis- faction of wringing Jacob Renwyck's neck. I'll bet he's responsible for those wires and the whole thing. Where's the Infernal place! and -how by his cap and general automobile rig. do you get to In despair of a carriage all of these Lord Croyland, who.- was not j walked slowly up the hill in the direc- ularly interested in Mr. Re'nwyck'i tion of Restmore. although in the fact neck, gave directions and that, save the farmer .and the plain the distracted father ,-started on clothes official, each pursued his way way. When had gone the nervous alone, holding no communication with nurse came once more to the patient's the others, was conclusive proof that side. simultaneous arrival and their "Mr. she asked, "Is there common destination were merely coin- any thing that I can do for cldtnces. Mr. Renwyck and his com- 51sped the earl, with a laa-' panions arrived long before the others, guorous smile. at home te With the two detectives went im- any one else to day unless Miss mediately into tfee library, where he ton calls, and now just open the win., met his wife and Mr. Corrigan. The dow, will you, my dear, and let safe was wide open, showing the tum- out? A most disagreeable bled contents just as they had been old j found when the door was unlocked two hours earlier by Uncle Michael. CHAPTER XXII. In utter silence the two sleuths made MR. BILL WILLIAMS took tat an examination, but beyond one tiny first train for Irvinaton. set- j "cratch near the keyhole of the inner tied himself with a long door the safe showed no evidence of black cigar in the smoking' having been tampered with. Besides car.and began to churn his for! Mr. Renwyck. there was no one else answers to many perplexing questions, j knew the combination except the That Ms enemies were trying-to euchre i old batler. who was confined to his him was as clear as day. His soaibed with rheumatism in a small might have sent one wire of warning. several miles away and who was but why a dozen? That was Jacob's above suspicion anyway. Clear- fine Italian hand. If Richard was at tbeu, the thief had In some way liberty, way had not written? Why; learned the, combination or. else be was had he left his baggage the St Re-1 experienced cracksman. On hearing- of the robbery the first thought that flashed Into Mr. Ren- wyck's mind was his curious meeting in the library with his English truest at 3 o'clock in the morning, with the First there was a well groomed, some- what pompous, official looking English- man, with a red face and white side whiskers, evidently a man of author- ity and-importance. Next there" was a tall, blond woman, with a "ripping" figure, who ezpnned riflt- prise that no vehicle was to meet her. And finally there were an excited old farmer, a hard featuttd man in- plafir with u ettctel look -end a fussy little motor company, if one could judge Where Christie's Biscuits come The cleanest factory in Canada rTAHE Christie, Brown biscuit factory is in keeping with the international reputation of the firm. Visitors know just why Christie's biscuits are the best Hundreds visit the big factory every season... The Christie, Brown people stake their reputation on, cleanliness and quality. The raw product is the purest and best money can buy, and every ounce of it is carefully analyzed before it can enter the bake rooms. Every device and for the perfection of the used in the big factory. The bright 2nd cheerful employes, all arrayed in spotlessly white uni- forms laundried on the premises, speak volumes for the sanitary conditions under-which they work. You just buy Christie's Biscuits once and you'll know why your neighbors call them "so good." The best grocers keep them and they cost no more. Christie, Brown Co., Ltd, Toronto is made from the finest care- fully selected cocoa beans, roasted by a special process to perfect the rich chocolate flavor. Cowan's is most deli- cious and most economical. THC COWAN co. UHITCO, TORONTO. gls without returning? How dared ht go to Irvlngton? Where had he gone thereafter? Where was he now? The old gentleman gave it up aeA.ebew.ed the end of his cigar in savage Impa- tience. Of one thing only was be cer- would get on Blchart's traiTi turned off. The prowler's explanation and follow It to the end. (To Be Continued.) LEAVING FOR EUROPE Edmonton, June Tory, pre- sident of the University of Alberta, left this week on a business trip to the Old Country. He expects to re- p MOVING 1. Richard III. 2. Venice 3. Amateur Theatricals operand the burglar alarm I turn tfl tiie city about the grst Of gust. The object of the present trip is TO purchase a large amount of ma- terial for the university, and new books for the library. He will take with, him the plans, for the proposed arts and science buildings as well as for the general layout of the grounds. These will be submitted to' eastern ar- chitects versed in university work, and immediately upon his' return -ex- cavations will be begun. It is ex- pected that the foundations for the main university building will be well under way this fall. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE o Wait Till the Rose Leaves Fali Prices !5c and 25c Forrester and Lloyd Up-to-date exponents of refined comedy u Kollins and Klifton The celebrated banjo team in high-class selections and imitations When You Buy Fruit Lands Do you buy them for a Summer Home, or do you buy them to make you a home 12 months in the year and have an income from them? If you do, you surely will buy in the CRESTON DISTRICT where the train runs every day in the year and located at the door of the market. can pick fruit up till twelve o'clock noon and you have this for breakfast next to 60 hoars nearer than any other point. NOW is the time to buy for land is going to advance. For Fufl Particulars wriU to Canp City Lumber Company! Ltd. Creston, B.C. On WEDNESDAY Next, JUNE 23rd, at the Auction Mart, Round Street, at 2.30 Frank G. Waddington Instructed by C. F. P. Conybeare, will sell by Public Auction a? Reo Light Touring Automobile May be viewed on to the Auctioneer. 410 ROUND 5TREET Telephone 261 Notice CITY OF LETHBRIDGE HEALTH DEPARTMENT Persons depositing ashes, tin cans or refuse of any. description in any coulee or place other than the City Nuisance Ground will be prosecuted. No carcases of any description shall be hauled away without first notify- ing the undersigned, when full in- structions will be given as to the manner of disposing of same. Persons having privies, requiring to to .be cleansed are also requested to notify the undersigned who will ar- range for the work to be done with dispatch. DATED this 18th day of June 1909. J. T. J. VALLANCIE, 159-6 Sanitary Inspector. Auction Sale Herald Market Place Vtvucn you have anything to sell or to rent place it w this column. If you want anything; use this column. 25c one insertion 6 for Si I SITUATIONS WANTED i________________, _ i as b-'ok-keeper i by experienced young woman who can [give Address 629 Round (St.. Lrthbridge, Alta. 159-S j MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR team of horses, weight or Ibs. Well broken; one broken to single harness. Both four i years old. Also waggon and-harness, i Apply Joe Tarco. John St. ,No. .3. i -155-6 SITUATIONS VACANT waitresses at Coaldale Restaurant. FOS blacksmith j business at Warner. No competition. j, Must be sold quick. Apply J. A. L j Jochem, Warner, Alta. FOR few hundred bushels breaking outfits of No. 1 Alberta Red for seed. at to start to work at once. Will'pay granary or delivered at Leth- Hitchcock, 159-4 liberal, price per acre. Apply to the bridge." Apply to H. 0. W. 'Kerr Co., Lethbridge. 110-0 Bowville, Sec. S-13-21. wanti Restaurant wanted at Alber- ta Restaurant. 150-0 FOR feed and sale stable. Mr. Emil Wattum is offering his fine barn and livery stock in the thriving town of Grassy Lake for sale. Good reasons for selling. LOST Monday morning between. Sec. 3-11-22 and Sec. 2-11-22 an open faced watch. Finder please notify W. F. Brooks, Lethbridge P.O. 160-1 housemaid and a cook Apply Mrs. F. H. Mewburn. 155-6 dappled grey rnare about S years old, branded monogram PL on right side of neck, foretop clipped, male stenograph- er wanted at once. Box O., Herald Office. 154-0 M i -ju ood- blacksmith at Can- weight about Ibs. Finder please ada Mine, Taber. 155-1 1 notffy R. B. Lemon, Milk Rive? and receive reward. DRESSMAKING-By the day, a day, with board and room." Apply 1276 Redpath St. 155-6 as book-keper by 159-6 Granum, Alta., June 3rd. Two bay geldings each three years old, no brands, weight about both shod, had halters experienced young man. Apply Box j on. One light bay, star in forehead, L., Herald office. 157-6! little white on nose and white hind food. One dark bay, one white hind foot. Suitable reward. Notify post- GIRL housework. About sixteen or seventeen. Miss Nicholson, Riverview. Apply 157-3 i master, Granum, Alta. 154-0 woman as dining room help. Apply to the steward. Leth- bridge Hotel. 159.3 once, a first class bar- ber. No other need apply. Wages a week, 60 over 30. Address from my place Sec. 31 Tp. 6, Rge. milch cows most of them not branded; 1 branded H; on left hip; 3 branded wd on shoulder. Reward given- for inform- ation leading to their recovery. H. 0. all communications M. Pincher Creek, Alta. M. Steele. 160-6 GIRL light house- work. Apply Mrs. J. P. Hall. 109 Smith St. 160-6 TO RENT. FOR new cottages in North Ward, per month. R. V. Gibbons, Phone 222, Ott Block. 153-0 FURNISHED house, with bath, pas St. Rollag, Stirling, Alta. 157-6 HORSES LOSTStrayed from Section 27, Township 9? Range 22, West One sorrel mare 6 years old; one sor- rel gelding, 7 years old, both having white stripe on faces; weight team, 3100 Ibs. A proper reward will be paid for the delivery of them either at the drilling outfit -on said section or at Whitney's Stable, Lethbridge. The Lethbridge Collieries Co., Ltd., Isaac Cockburn, Manager. 15S-O from pasture 3 miles south of Warner about June 1, FOR double stalls 9 x 14. Terms, per month. Board by month at lowest rates. Farmers Feed Yard, G. Wighton. 155-6 modern j one blue roan cow, one light red Apply 1249 Bom-jCOWf two heifers two years old. All 155-6J dehorned. Branded P on left hip. F. W. Phillips, Warner, Alta. 159-6 TO two-roomed shack on Tprrance ave., close in. Imme- diate possession. Apply P. 0. Box 1365 v 156-0 TO house partly furnished for five months Apply to 1225 Court- land St. 156-6 FURNISHED OFFICE FOR In- Shepard per month. Unfurnished Apply J. B. Kelsey Shepard Block, opposite Lyceum. 60-6 TO nice new unfurnish- ed front rooms. Apply to H. R. Bry- ant, corner Cutbill and London Rd. 159-6 UNFURNISHED let. One minute from Post-office. Apply 109 Smith St. 160-G PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR new fully modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta.. Lumber Co.. Phone 235. 121-0 On TUESDAY, JUNE 22nd, 1909. at 410 BOMPAS STREET, opposite Olivers Mill, at 2.30 prompt FOR SALE OR roomed house, stable, hay shed, large chicken house on river bottom near new bridge. Best place in city for keeping cows, chickens or pigs. Price Rent per month. Easy terms. Ap- ply H. Proctor, near the A. R. I. shops. 155-6 Frank G. Waddington Instructed by E. Oxland, will gell by Public Auction as above 9 Head Horses Colts One Heavy Mare, 4 years old, well broken, one two year old filly. One Heavy Mare, 5 years old, well broken, one two year old colt. One Heavy Mare. 6 yoars old, well broken, one yearling colt. One Work Horse, 5 years old, well broken, one yearling colt. One Driving Mare, 5 years old. well broken. Farm Wagon, nef last fall; Two Work Harness, one al- most new One Molene Plough, Stock Saddle and m Bridle, and numerous small farm implements. TERMS CASH Auctioneer's Office 410 Round St. Telephone 261 ESTABLISHED il854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital........................... Reserve and Undivided Accoofics Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Monej Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Braneb- CoiMtle Block, ftftJpfttk St. FOR SALE OR TO seven roomed cottage. Apply West- ern Tinsmithing Co., next Herald of- fice. 156-6 FOR building 25 .y 60 (with cellar) in progressive Alberta town where general store is badly needed. Price cash, bal- ance to suit customer, at 8 per cent. Address B. A. R.. Miller, P.O. Box 591. city. 160-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS FOR rack, settee, bed- room suite, and chairs for sale. Ap- ply Mrs. J. L. Stovall, opposite Chi- nook Club, corner sGlyn and Dufferin Sts. 138-0 WHAT IS THE GOOD-of putting away things that you can't use c-r wear such as cast off clothing, etc. I pay cash for old clothing, shoes, guns, pistols, all kinds of mus- ical instruments, trunks and satchels. The Second Hand Store, Red- path St. Box 630. 150-26 TWENTY DOLLARS return of light drivers to Furman'sliv ery barn, one bay mare, weight 850, wire scar on breast, branded 3K on thigh. One hay mare, weight 850, branded U2 on thigh. Dike, Snow and Dike, Box 226, Lethbridge. 157-6 NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT On 10th June impounded in City Pound, near Isolated, Hospital, one black filly, 2 years old, branded in- verted V over Y monogram on left hip. Josephh Gillespie, Pound Keep- er 154-0: TENDERS FOR SCHOOL BUILDING TEKDERS are invited for the erec- tion of an addition to the Claresholm School to be sent in on or before 12 o'clock noon, Saturday the 26th inst. The lowest or any not neces- sarily accepted. A 5 per cent, marked cheque to be delivered with the ten- der. Plans and specifications may be seen on application to Mr. G. Simp- son, postmaster, Claresholm, or Ro- land W. Lines, Architect, Edmonton. Sealed tenders to be sent to H. W. BROWNLEE, Sec., 157-8 Claresholm. NOTICE put in by inent plastering. Experienced. H.. contract or day: cement .walks, .ce- TENDERS SEALED TEN0EES will be receiv- ed by Win. Evans, secretary of the Magrath School, until 12 oclgck, noon June 21, 1909 for the erection of an 8 room school building at Magrath; Alta. Separate tenders for plumbing and heating and ventilation. Plans and specifications. may be ob- tained from the Secretary, or from the undersigned at Leth- bridse, Eoern 9, Whitney Block. F. B. EOLFSOS, 153-25 Architect. young man, furnished room in private houee. Apply Box 99, Herald. 154-0 and board in pri- vate home by young man. Apply Box 19, Herald. 154-0 WANTED TO or shack that oould be easily removed. State lowest price Herald Office. FOR eight year old horse, broken to harness and saddle. Also a buggy almost new and a set of single harness. Also one team work horses, weight about ibs. Apply W. A. Moore, cor. Westminster Road and Ford St. 159HS second haiid light de- livery wagon. Must be in good con- dition. Apply at the Lethbridge Meat Market, Block. Crabb St. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole bead of a family, or any male over 18 yeatt old, may homestead a of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta, Tfce applicant must appear in person M the Dominion Lands AteaBj Agency for the diftrirt, IT proxy may be at any tsr of intending homesteader. I vpoif and cultivation of the land in 8Mb of three yeari. A boroertaader may live within Dine miles of nil stead on a farm of at 80 MM solely owned and occupied bf him by bis father, mother, ton. brother or water. In certain districts a m good standing may a quarter-section alongside hit itead. Price per aon. Ditto -Must reside six in I of six yean from date of hMMMlMMl entry the time Mqolitd to earn patent) and tfirmtt fifty extra. A homesteader who naa horoeatead rifht and vnnnot tain a preemption aay take urn- chased homeatead fa twtate Price 13.00 per reside six months in daali ot tkfM years, cultivate tarn an4 a house W.W.OOtT. Deputy tka N.B.-UnanthorM naMtat ?nt will let.