Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDQE, ALTA., FRIDAY, MARCH 12, IMP. PROCLAMATION Electoral Division of Lethbridge CITY Public notice is hereby jriven that in obedience to His Majesty's writ to me directed and bearing date the 26th day of February, 1909, I require the presence of the voters at OLIVER'S HALL, IN THE CITY OF LETKBRIDCE in the Electoral Division of Lethbridge City, on the 15TH DAY OF MARCH, 1903 from noon until two o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of nominating a person to represent them in the Legislative As- sembly: "and notice is further given that in ease a poll is demanded and allowed in the manner by law prescribed, such poll will be opened on the 22ND DAY OF MARCH, 1909 From Hour of Eight O'clock in the Forenoon until Six O'clock! was greatly troubled with l-rom neur u cigiu u> uuvn I AySfCfaiAt and after trying several doctors to no effect, I commenced taking Burdock Blood Bitters and I think it is the best medicine there is for that complaint." for at all and'DMlan. To Be Dyspeptic Is To Be -Miserable. ii fliriliied Ufa. It in largely to in diet, ow-eating, too indul- gence in and over-Using with indigestible food, eating too rupidly -without chewing the food tuffici- ently, indulging in hot pickles, confectionery, etc. Constipation, headache, heartburn, ioor stomach, distress after eating, belching of wind, faintness, and fullness and deten- tion of tho stomach are a few of the many distressing symptoms of the poor, weary dyspeptic. Burdock Blood regu- lates the stomach, stimulates the secretion of the saliva- and gastric juice to facilitate digestion, removes acidity, purifies the blood, and tones up the system to full health and vigor, and thereby cures pepsia and all its tributary diseases. was io New York, lnvjuiso we have the proof. There Is a committee of three dovni in Rlgby's otlice now waiting for me to report. If I take w.ord to them that you 'il rope next week, uever to return to this country, all well and good. It is for your sonV good health, bear In mind. If you go. the public may never iearu the trutb about you. If you stay, you will be in jail before you are a older. Aud. Mr. Bausenier. you've got to decide quids." Bansemer looked his accuser straight in the eye, a faint -smile of derision touchiug his lips, but not his eyes. "Mr. Harbert. the first thing you have to learn in connection with your patient's father is that he is not a cow- ard. I refuse to run. sir 1 atu inno- cent of :my in tf.it ional wrong, and I'll stand my jrround. My son will stand beside "mo. too. is that sort. Go back to your committee and tell them that will not go to Europe for his s-.m's health. Oood day. "Nonsense. exploded exploded Harbert. "You know we've got you fast enough. Why be a fool as v.-ell as a knave? You haven't a ghost Mr. Amos Sawler, Gold River, N.S., of a chance I'm trying to do you a in the Afternoon, as Follows: FOR POLLING DIVISION No. I .-LETH BRIDGE CITY-Commencing at the corner of Redpath and Round Streets, and bounded on the east by Round Street, and a continuation of the sams to the Northern boundary of tha Canadian Pacific Railway right-of-way, and on the north by the northern boundary of the Canadian Pacific Railway right-of-way, on the west by the Beily River, on the south by a con- tinuation of Redpath Street, from place of commencement west to the Belly River. Polling Division, at or near Fire Hall. FOR POLLING DIVISION NO. CITY-That portion of the- City of Lethbridge within the folk-wing ing at the corner of Round and Redpath Streets, thence south along j Round Street to the corner of Round and Courtland Streets, thence east along Courtland Street to Crabb Street, thsnce south along Crabb Street and a continuation of the same to the Southern bound- ary of the City, thence west along Southern boundary of the city to the Belly River, bounded on the west by the Belly River, bounded on the north by a continuance of Redpath Street westward from the corner of Round and Radpath Streets to the Belly River. Polling Division, Oliver's Hall. FOR POLLING DIVISION NO. part of the City of Lethbridge bounded on the north by Bompas Street and a continuance of Bompas through the Royal Northwest Mounted j Police Barracks, bounded on the east by the Eastern boundary the City, on the south by the Southern boundary of the City, on the west by Round Street from Bompas Street to Courtland Street, thence -east along Courtland Street to Crabfa Street, thence south along Crabb Street and a continuation of the same to the Southern boundary of the City. Polling Division, Central School. FOR POLLING DIVISION NO. 4.-LETHBRIDGE CITY-That part of the City of Lethbridge within the following ing at the corner of Round and Ssmpas Streets, thence north along j Round Street and a continuation of the same to the Northern Bound- ary of the Canadian Pacific Railway right-of-way, thenca east along the northern boundary of the Canadian Pacific Railway right-of-way to its intersection with the Eastern boundary of the City of Leth- bridge, thence south along the Eastern boundary of the City of Leth- bHdee to its intersection with Bompas Street, thence westerly along O i_ j.t_____. _t_ JANE CABLE GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON. "Beverly of Etc. Copyright, 19K. by Dodd. Mead Company. "Yes, bat may charge you FOR Bompas Street and a continuation of Bcmipas Royal Northwest Mounted Polics Barracks to mencement. Polling Division, Labor Temple. POLLING DIVISION NO. Street through the the point of com- that por tion of the City of Lethbridge which lies east of Westminster Road and north of ths Northern Boundary of the Canadian Pacific right- of-way. Polling Station, Westminster School. FOR POLLING DIVISION NO. Village .of Stafford and that part of the City of Lethbridge which lies north of the Northern boundary of the Canadian Pacific Railway right-of-way and west of Westminster Road. Polling Station, Pool Hall, Village of Stafford. And further that at OLIVER'S HALL, IN THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, on the of April, at the hour of 10 a.m., I shall open the ballot boxes, add up the votes given for the several candidates, ami declare to be elected the one having the largest number of votes Of which all persons hereby required to take notice and to gov- ern themselves accordingly. GOD SAVE THE KING Given under mv hand at Lethbridge. this 5th day of March, in the year 1909. EEBIX KENNY, Returning Officer. THE HIDDEN HAND New Methods New Prices New Stock- W. L. McKenzie Co. Electricians Kedpath St. Lethbridge -Who Rules the Conservativa Party in Alberta _ ___ What has become of Mr. H. B. Ben- nett, the tempestuous C.P.R solicitor i who led the same old crowd to 23 to 1 defeat in 1905? He "has I withdrawn "to nmke room for new attractions'' as museum managers ad- vertisfc" their changes. But the same old runs the same o4d .....rapidity, they job. .Nobody woo Id believe ilt.-.t Oi'ie would at- tempt to rob "-vsi wife." "But they wuaid in any event decide that he had takrti tut- riasrs to make It appc-ar like There was a hard rap on tht> .qrlass panel. "He's bonad to see you. sir." "Well, rbou. ?how bi'.n snarled Banseraer. notice, 1 mean. Say. ou the dead, do von think you could identify that -'Look bey: if any. one ever asks you whetll.n- IM thnt maa's face if I saw it r.jr'.in you-just that I'd knew it in :i I sr.iv ii- plainly." Eddie gulped suddenly- and looted more interested than ever. "Do you think they'll get "Tbey will if he talks too much." '1 hope so. Say, how's that new pat- enj; coming "Tni not making a pateuL Tm.. mak- Icg a model. -It's.nearly, completed." The outer door opened suddenly, and an old gentleman eutered. "Is Mr. Bausemer he asked. good turn." "A good turn? Mr. Harbert. I am neither a fool nor a knave. If I were a fool. I'd kill yon where you stand. 1 would be justified in killing the man who represents ers. That's what you are. sir. I refuse _ to p-iy your If I a Uaave. J I'd pay it I want yon to understand KS one thing. 1 shall stand my ground here. If you persecute fiie I'll not stop Saying you until death ends my en- deavors. We'll SCM; what justice can sive me in exchange for your bulldoz I vviil have restitution, remembei that. Now. you've nothing more to saj to nie. Get "Get "By George, you're a wonderful bluff- er." "Do you expect me to throw you out "It Isn't necessary- I've had a change of heart In the last minute. Mr. Banse- mer. 1 withdraw my .proposition. By all that's holy, 1 intend to go after you now without pity. Hang your son's feelings! You won't take my advice. I didn't give it as a friend. because J datest you. It was done in a weak spirit of fairness toward your son and toward the girl he is to marry. Now, I put them out of my consideration. Harbert very red in the face, sJam- oied the door after him aud strode an- grily through the outer ofEce into the corridor. Drooni immediately entered the consultation room. "Well? What is demanded Ban- semer. "What did he "He invited we to go to Europe for an indefinite stay. I refused. We'll fight it outfDrporn. We have covered our trail better than he thinks. The? can't convict me. I'm sure of that They have nothing .but conjectures, and they won't go in court" 'Tm afraid of him, just _the same. You're bull headed about "it Every criminal thinks his tracks are covered until it is t.in late to' cover them prop- erly." "Curse you, Droom; I'm no criminal." "A slip of the tongue on my part. Do you know who is down there in office with those An oflicer, 1 dare say." "No; David Cable." "Cable? Then his wife has told. him The chief boss has learned that it is not g-ood policy to show i his hand -plainly in elections. It was too heavv on Alberta, in territorial o-QX-cniment. or Haultain days. Then the dear old C.P.R. paid no taxes. Now, R would like to be relieved of I taxes. So Senator Loucheod is sent from Ottawa to conduct a still-hunt I for the same old management. And perhaps Mr. aCarthy will he sent too. j No matter who comes to lend, the el- i ectors Ot Alberta won't forget who is i Tho real boss of the "boys." TO 1 WELL DRILLERS, CQNTRAaORS, etc, f We Have in Stock Well Casing, 3 inch to 8 inch Iron Pipe w Wire Rope Wire Pipe and Steam Dynamite, Blasting Powder, and Fuse Get Our Prices Phone 172 WESTERN CANADA AGENCY Mhfewl IMMMMMI really has an exclaimed Bansemer seriously. "It isn't hopeless, my dear sir. My only desire is to keep him from ever j finding out that he has a malady. He Is sure to leans the truth if you remain here." "Harbert, I understand you now, and I want to say this to you: Kll not drag that boy away from this city. He's successful here, and he's one of thp most promising young men in town. I'm not going to have him hounded from town to town "You dou't quite understand me, sir. On the contrary, he should remain here. What I do mean to say is this: He won't feel like staying, here if; the truth about his father is Uttered- Tbat's the brutal way to put it, Ban- seiner, but you've got to get out" The two glared at each other for a full njinrite. Bansemer was as white as a sheet but not with fear. he said in low tones, "I've half a mind to kill you." "Don't You'd hang for it There are at.least a dozen members of the bar who know that I have come here to see you, and they know why too. See here. Bansemer, you're a scoundrel to begin with. You've always been a knave. How you happen to have a son like Graydon I can't imagine. Bansemer, I believe that I drove you i out of New York. You escaped with- out exposure simply because the wit- nesses lost their nerve. .That won't be the case here. You think you're cov- ered your tracks nicely. You haven't You've tripped into half a dozen I don't know what your game is with the Cables, but you're base enough to take advantage of your son's position iu that home. Don't interrupt! I'll goon be through. I'm a_ man of few words. It It were not for your son I'd swear out the warrants for you to- day on five different charges. For his sake I'm going to give you a chance I've worked on you for years. 1 swore I'd get you some time.. Well, I've got you, and I'm going to cheat out _of a whole lot of pleasure. I'm not going to smash you as 1 In- tended. Your son's friends hare pre- vailed, "To show yon that I am not bluffing. I have every bit of evidence in the Burkenday case, the Flossie Bellamy job, the Widow Hensmltb It was a damnable one. two or three more. You broke that wom- an's heart I don't suppose you 'know that she died last month. You never noticed It, eh? Her precious coach- man is living like a lord on the money you end he took from her. Old Burken- housemaid. has bought a little home In not. from her wages. The two Jobs joii now hare on hand never will bo pulled off. The girl la Banker Watts caw cornered has confessed. h ready to appear against you, nan's wife has bad the courage to defy yoar dastardly better of tlwln, and he baa teft town, fright- tMd out of hlf wlti. Tonr HIM cmt XhfJlftoup- It woi't to tt evervthing. Well, I've something to removing his silk.hat nervously, tell too. By the Lord Hurry, Ellas, j "yes. Mr. Watts. I'll tell him you are there- will be: several sensations in high life." "You don't meaa-. that you'll tell all there is to tell about the "No, that's just it! That is one thing 1 wou't tell. If you tell whose blood she has in ht.-r veins, I'll kill you like a dog. But I'll see that Miss Cable- Is dropped by Chicago society inside of a week. I'm mnd. you un- "But Graydou lovos "He wcu't love her long. 1 was a fool to let him go this blind, loving-fool. But I'll end it now: Eft shan't marry her. He has much of a heart to boast of. Bansemer. but I beg of you .not to do this tiling. I love Graydon. He doesn't deserve any pain or disgrace. Take my advice and leave the city. Let me call Harbert back.'' They can't drive tne out! Tel- ephone over and nsk Graydon to stop here ou his way up this afternoon." The opening and c-Iosiug of the outer door attracted their attention. Droom peeped forth. In spite of himself, Ban- semer-started arid his eyes widened with sudden alarm. A glance of ap- prehension passed -iwrvreen the two here." Watts, the banker, confronted Bau- semer a moment later, an anxious, hunted look In his eyes. John Watts was known as oue of the meanest men in the city. No one had bested him In a transaction of any kind. As hard as nails and as treacherous as a dog, he was feared alike by man aud woman. Watts, perhaps for the first time in his self satisfied life, was ready .'to bow knee to a fellow man. A certain young woman had fallen Into the skill- ful bands of Counselor Jaraea Bause- and--Mr. Watts.'was jerked up with a firmness that staggered him. "Mr. Bansemer. I have come in to see if this thing can't be settled be- tween-us, I don't want to go into court My wife and daughters woiv't understand that it's a: case of black- mail on the part of this woman. -Let's come to (To Be Continued.) THE MAGIC FIDDLER The greatest fiddlers have come to us enveloped m an atmosphere of mystery. Fagardni was supposed to be in league with Satan. A-nd though in these days no one woHild connect Marie Hall with the Evil One, yet in the girl artist, who sprang almost at a bound from the street performer to absolutely the first luring Eng- ish violinist, one is struck by this atmosphere of the supernatural that surrounds her. DECENCY REQUIRED, Ottawa, March the Railway Commission this afternoon no order was made but it was intimated that- one wonld be issued to prevent spit- ting and expectorating on tram coaches save in proper receptacles. and his own company in "Soldier's Sweetheart" LYCEUM SOc. Admttftion 25c Curtain sharp The Guidepost To Good Clothes- Look for this label distinguishing sign of 'ess Brand" Suits and Overcoats Sold and Guaranteed by McKEJLVIE, (0. McGUIRE The Queen's Hall Orchestra begins the prelude to the Paganini Concert. Miss Hall does not smile at her au- dience as others do; nervous, anxious, she fingers absently at the strings of the violin held loosely at her side. One is afraid she is not in form- there will be a nervous breakdown. The Orchestra prelude reaches a climax., stops there is si- lence. The violin goes swiftly to tne shoul- der, the bow raised, descends on a single note that rings clear as a bell. There, is a dive into the deep alto of the G string and up again to the top of the instrument, where the notes run like rippling laughter. The con- cert has begun, and with what verve, dash, certainty of attack. And now the very devil is in the fiddle. Gay mocking laughter thrills from it. There is a scampering of little de- mons that have not been loosed since Paganini himself first conjured them out horsehair and catgut. As the tune changes they go. This twittering in Alt, it is bird music. To the whistling of harmonies we sail up in the air ever so high. Down again to the leaves rustling in the already been subscribed and fully paid in. lion and was organzed in February, 1904. It has conducted a general real estate business in Western Canada lands for the past five years, its main offices having been located here. It has been, most successful in interest- ing capitalists and farmers of Day- ton and vicinity in the splendid iarm lands of the new Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta.. Its Ohio colony on Long Lake, Saskatch- ewan, was its first effort. Having dis- posed of its land holdings there to a satisfied lot of investors and farmers, who have realized large profits on their money and secured excellent homes for themselves and families, the company has in the past _few years been operating almost entirely in the winter wheat country of South- ern Alberta, where it has been so sue. cessful as to already establish another large Ohio colony and locale the growing town of New named out of compliment to the Gem City. Owing to a conflict in name with a large British land company already doing business in Albert, the stock- holders at the same meeting also ap- proved a change of name to The D. E. Hunter Kealty company, and henceforth its business will be con- ducted under that-style. In addition to its Dayton offices, the company al- so maintains branch offices in Leth- bridge and New Dayton, Alberta. SUBMIT TO POWERS Belgrade, Servia, March Servian government has issued a communication to all powers to the effect that Servia does not desire to provoke war or to exchange relations with Austria-Hungary, but maintains zrislv sentially a European question which rf dfiaT The "Orches- it is the duty of the gu- swells out, the sound grows late. Depending on .he justice ol .a hSaljL hgr senaa will submit them j 7 m -itr h TOT7PT" ed by triumphant, calls and welcom- without any hesitation whatever. ed by a sky full .of larks. Whew it is over. We pull ourselves together. Yes we are in the Queen's Hall. There is Henry Wood, as large as life, and a pale girl in white bowing to tumul- tous.' London Daily Mail. desirious of securing good seats to hear Marie Hall get their names down on subscription, lists to be found at Robertson's and Higinboth- am's before Saturday. Western Canada Stock Co. Ltd. CHANGES ITS NAME Land Company Operating in Southern Alberta Held Annual Meeting (Dayton, Ohio, Herald.) The Western Canada Land, Com- pany, of this its' annual meet- ing "just- held, re-elected the old board, of directors as-follows- D. E. Hun- ter, Danial W. ladings, G. N. Hun- Andrew 8. -ladings and A. 0. Hunter. The Board selected the fol- lowing officers for the'ensuing year: President and general opanager, D.E. Hunter; vice president and. assistant manager, A. O. Hunter; secretary- treasurer, G. N.-Hurfter, and general coxmsel! D. W. Iddings. The stockholders also approved of an increase of the capital stock from. to which increase has Dealers in Stocks, Bonds and -Mortgages FINANCIAL AGENTS FOR Austin-Manhattan Conso- lidated Mining Co., Austin, Nev. :Capital Shares advance from 60e to 6Scc Lethbridge Agency J.ACTON P.O. Box 294 Office in Chinese Store. Ford Street, beside Palace" Livery "Hpncstyis the Best Policy" I am in the Real Estate Business To Stay The man who finds me dishonest and does not report me is not' true to himself, and is a traitor, to the community in general. My temporary quarters are at MASON LAND CO. B. A. R. MILLER Real Estate Phone 15 TO RENT 2 offices in the Shepard Block Standard Land Co. Ltd. Y. S, SHEPARD Manager ariTAi, SORT us, IU.MO IfittO FWM198 WMpcf fin Ct.