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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL. II. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1900. "LET THEM COME NUMBER 12 ALONG AND FIGHT" Hon. C. W. Cross Issues Challenge The Employers Compensation Act Edmonton, 'March desper- ate lengths to which the Conserva- tives oi' the province are prepared to go in order to defeat some of the Government candidates, was forcibly illustrated here tonight at a big mass meeting. In Calgary Conservatives, unable to criticize the record of the Government, are raising the cry of .sectionalism, and in Edmonton" they have turned all, their forces loose upon the Compensation Act. and have secured the help of the Ein_; ployers' Association to" try and ieat the Hon. C. W. Cross. _At the meeting tonight representa- tives of the Employers' Association appeared oil the platform, with Mr. to discuss the Act. The re- sult was a complete rout for the Conservatives and the Employers' Association. 'Never has the Attorney- General been heard to better advan- fge, as he unmercifully Hayed every 'argument urged against the Act. and' at when there was nothing mbre'vrfo answer, the packed audi- ence, excitement, cheered 'themselves hoarse .for the two eral candidates. The only argument that the ployers put up against Act were that the .Act'did not elude all classes of workingrrien, like the English Act of 1906, and tha there was- a difficulty in explaining adequate insurance. They also point ceeded, amid loud cheering: "I want' to tell those gentlemen that they can't bulldoze ma. Some of these corporation me as they have gone as far with go. 1 want to tell them here- that I "am prepared to go to the Dominion Government and ask Sir Wilfrid Laurier to large tract of coal land to this pro- vince, and I will see that these' coa. land., are operated for the .benefit o Lethbridge Base Ball Club, Limited 'The Lethbridge Baseball Cub has been organized, and in applying to the Government for a charter as a limited corporation, with all the rights coming to such a cor- poration. It is capitalized at divided into one thousand .shares' The directors are T. D. Kevin. John H. fleet-wood, H. Nicholson, A. LI. McGuire, John A. Lemmenes, Bun ton Hatch, R. W. Wallace, John Taylor, Jas. Eose, a'nd a representative" of the 0. W. Ken- Co. With -such a number of sound business, men a.t the head of the club, the public can rest assured that the affairs "f the club will be managed in a way that will be satisfactory to the basfb.Jll public, MEDICINE HAT MAN LOSES FAMILY Plans Here For New Hospital Wife and' Children Killed In Montreal Accident The plans for the addition to the Gait Hospital have arrived, and the city is asking for tenders, which will oc on April 10th. The plans [r'Aide for a two-storey building" with a basement, to be constructed oi brick with stone trimmings. It v. ill stand a little to the north of the present building, with which it will be .connected by a corridor. Tlu; Pians also provide for alterations and improvements in the. present build- i' g, and the addition of a large IMPORTANT MATTERS WERE DISCUSSED kitchen to it. A full ventilation sys- tem will be installed. In the basement will be 1-oiler rooms, a padded cell, and a disinfecting room. On the first lioor Montreal, March -Irs. Nixon, j vestibule, spacious halls, two men's the the people." Durin- the meeting D. E. Fraser, ed out that the Act did not suit the workihgmen, who wanted..the 30-foo clause eliminated, and they suggest- ''ed that a committee from each side should meet and endeavor to frame an Act .that would suit everybody In reply, Mr..Cross said he was pre- pared to vouch for the fact that there- were insurance companies who would take every risk under" the Act pro- viding the employers would pay higher premium. It was quite true that the Act did not suit all classes of workingmen, but was. not passed in the interest of extreme working- men any more than extreme capi- talists. Donald McNabb, the Labor member for Lethbridge, however, did not urge, the amendments very strenuously, .and. even said -he was well pleased with the Act and with the labor record of the Rutherford. j Government. The Government did not claim that the Act is perfect, but they claimed that it was legislation along the right lines, and irr the I interest not only of the workingmen Ibiit of the .employers themselves: Mr. Cross went on to ask what ar- Irangemems the Employers' Associa- tion with Mr'.- Ewing, and pro- i of the Fraser Lumber Co.. created a great deal of excitement, by pulling a of. whiskey from the pocket of a man. who had made several in- rerruptions during the evening. With the bottle in his hand, he advanced to the and shouted, "Mr. Cross, here ie one of your support- ers." The-meeting wus immediately 'in an uproar. Several men rose and heatedly demanded a retraction. Af- ter several minutes, when the noise had subsided, Mr. Cross said: T want to 'say to Mr. Fraser that this is the most eoitemptible action on She part of any Edmonton citizen I have ever .witnessed." The trouble was eventually smooth- ed over. Answering further ques- Mr. Cross neatly turned the tables on his opponents by pointing out that the. Employers' Association were opposing the bill that evening WENT CRAZY Port Arthur, March Gur- i one of the people killed in the wreck Windsor station yesterday, was son, a Swede, has gone violently i.the wife of W.-j! Nixon, train ly killed by a premature explosjjn o dynamite. occurred lux on had by declaring that it did not include all occupations, their object evident- ly being to show that they were solicitous of the interests labor, and yet one of the principal coai jpe-rators in the Edmonton district when the .Act was passed, dismissed .ill his married people, the inference being that the employers did not want to give their men a square deal inyhow. "If the fight Is said Mr. Crnss, "and if they are trying to put me out of business, then" let them come along and fight." The meeting was. a complete tri um'ph for Mr. Cross, and .has con- siderably strengthened his position 'n the pres'ent campaign. OF INTEREST Prominent Authority Will Talk On Tree Culture Under the auspices of the "bridge Agricultural Society. JS Knetehel, inspector of STOLEN GOODS FOUND Niagara Falls, N.Y., March ter. working on the case for sev- months the police discovered the "jeadquarters of a gang of vaTise hieves and car burglars operating to both sides border. Their lead quarters are in a cave on Levr- ston mountain, in which thousands >.e dollars worth of stolen goods are. .bought; "to be hidden. Arrests ex- ected shortly, gone home, and finding the family away returned tc the-station for his wife and two children. He identi- fied some hours afterwards. Cause of Accident Montreal, March .shows .in connection with the' acci- dent at Windsor station that a steam j plug blew out of the locomotive, and i that the driver and fireman jumped from the The driver, .who injured himself .in jumping, is still unconscious. The and two children, the family "of Canadian Pa i cific Despatcher Nixon, of Medici Hat, and another 'child, a resident of Montreal, -who were in the waning room, were killed, 'and two wore Leth injured. No passengers on i the train were injured. The train i crew realized speed at which the v v> -T, jj train was going, and tfoplisd the ion Forest will address a brakes> but too late- to prevent the public meeung on Friday. March 19. j engine-from running into4 the wait ins m, Oliver s Hall, upon the forests of- room. The station has been used Canada. Mr. iuietchel is probably'for over twenty -years, and during the foremost forester of Canada at' tltat time, while -about-half a'million the present time. He will illustrate'; trains have been handled, this is the the lecture by charming stereoptican' first accident. of forests, lakes, rivers, trees, flowers, birds, wild animal and! the like. He will do more. He will devote considerable attention to t.-- I life as it should be in Lethbridge, and will give some good" advice to tree' culture-in this city. There will he no admission to the lecture, and all; should attend it. A .-jreatleman in Calgary, writing to Mr. W. II. Fainield of the Experimen-: tal Farm, says of the lecture: "1 simply wish, to say that I was' at -.Lacoinbe the evening he delivered. His lecture there and must sav it wasi a erand success, As you-are.aware.-i his lecture is illustrated with views, i wards, two private rooms, two day rooms, baths, etc. The women ;s vard, day room, pantry, bath, o-xsr-' aiing and anaesthetic rooms will be located on the second floor. There be a large balcony on the sec- ond floor for. the use of patients. The building will be a handsome struc- ture, and a credit to the city aiic' .Mr. E. T, Gait, the generous donor of so. large a portion of the cost. Traffic Bridge and Publicity Com- missioner Debated At Board Of Trade Meeting Midday .xaebtings of the Board settled was Uie method of making AMERICAN CO; BUILDING MILLS In Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia 'Crude have proved a simple solution of past difficulties in having a full at- tendance. About forty of the busi- ness men of the city gathered at St. Hall at noon today where luncheon was served by the St. Mon- ica's Guild of St. Autfustin's Church. The meeting was one of the best in the history of the Board. The secretary gave a report of the work of the executive during the past months m .which five meetings were and the President in. a open- Ing- "remarks prepared the way for a discussion that was heartily entered into b.v. the members. One feature of the .work of the ex- ecutive since the annual meeting which has not been' given publicity was the ascertaining; from, the Govern- ment that when a railway charter said "or near" Lethbridge it meant "into" Lethbridge. TRAFFIC BEIDG-E E. A. the appointment advised raising the salary oi' the secretary in the meantime. Aid. King stronly supported this action and assured the Board of the .backing oi city Council. Bowman expiainei why the council had overlooked oaavinjf the and suggested that the execu- tive lay the matter beiore the coun- ftil in writing so that it would be at- tended to W. A. Hamilton stated that the Directors of the Agricultural Society had appointed to co-operate with the Board regarding a commissioner who should Attend to the business of the Society. On the suggestion of the President the committee will'have lun- cheoa with, the executive of the Board ofJTrade at-.their, next meeting. stated that some of the-'citizens', felt so keenly reeard- ing the appointment of.'- a publicity explained why {man that one man had said he would thecommittee lavored petitioning the pay the expenses of anyoneleS to FRANCE CUT OFF FROM WORLD Vancouver, March -The erec- tion here of a -flour mill of large ca- pacity to supply the domestic and export trade, is planned by the Sas- katchewan Flour Mills "Company, whose mill at Moose Jaw ppeaedvtwo months ago, is now one thousand barrels daily. The same corporation -will "also e'xtend the field of operations by establishing flour mills at various points in Alberta and Saskatchewan. This was the announcement made by Mr. P. A." Bean, of New Prague, Minn., a guest at the Hot-el government for a bridge at Diamond City-in ju-eference to a point further the river. The main reasons were that at a, point one mile east of Diamond City was found an easv Crossing and that it is the most di- rect route to the city from the biir territory north of the river. He al-, so reported that Diamond Citv and1 Royal City .were prepared to co-oper- ate., with the city in .the .matter. The president reported that the petitions were .discussed. Spokane or Minneapolis to get able man for the position. He.sDoke of the encouraging of conventions to come to the city-.as the best means of advertising- the city; He thought the Board of Trade.ought to appoint the man and that It would be necessary to go to the American cities to pro- cure one: The question of hotel accommoda- tion and the duties of commissioner Vancouver. Mr. Bean is one oi CITY AND DISTRICT. W. R. Dobbin Co.-yesterday, sold acres southeast, of town to. car- ies trom "tVinona. Minnesota. F. Maxwell is preparing some oi young men and boys of the Y.M. 'J. for a, gymnastic exhibition which probably be given early in. April. Caledonia football club of Cal- iy.haye received a challenee from sthbridge to visit 'and play a match on ..ilriday: They have written back- asking" what guarantee club are prepared to ofler. A special meeting of the Quarterly of Wesley Cnurch will be. held the paster's study tomorrow (Fri- 7) evening. Business ;of import- is. to be considered arid a full at- irianee specially requested. The death took place this afternoon of Miss Clara Davis, second iughter of Mrs; E. K. Davis. Lon- m Road, after a lingering- illoess. in eighteenth year of her age- Dfc- se4 came to ttiis city about eieh- i months ago from Delaware, itid- and leaves her mother, sister. Miss Sarah. Davis, of .the Jqbbing Co., and three Albert and Harry, of .the A. I. offices, and Charlie, at home. A." P. of Saskatoon] in the city yesterday. Mr- is the member for Saskatoon in and was recently tak- into the cabinet as Municipal Com- new .-'portfolio. .He-is n.t .head of a :large iniUinjr concern he in Alberta looking" over jspects for business. Lethbrwlee. says, is the busiest place in the busier than Saskatoon, lich- town, however, is a close scc- OPINIONS ON AMERICAN TARIFF and these are 'in natural colors. Tbeyi are the finest set of :views I have yet-' seen. He deals with Forestry from' By Strike of Telegraph the health, and beauty standpoint, as! well as from the commercial side. He! shows views from Germany. Italy. I Switzerland, etc., as well..'as" some of i the finest views of scenery on our own! continent. Some of them are sunset! and sunrise views, and 'the blending j of colors'is just as natural and .beau- ytiful as it is-.possible'to''have them. -the regular meeting, of the Sons England held last night, Bro. C. tley was elected treasurer of the in place of Bro. T. A. Under- who has removed to Grassy Watts and Bass were auditors. Two more candi- es were put through. It was de- to hoi fl the next whist drive on lesday. April 7th, when the Lodffe meet at.7.30 sharp. Bros. Bass Westle'y were appointed delegates lattend trie meetinir calledfor the lization .of a City football Urue. In the event of such a True being formed the S.O.E. will in a team that will take some O. W. Kerr Co.'s car. in charge T. Lathrop.v airived last night about forty "adult-' people and children, mostly from South >tn, and Minnesota. These are rollrto-do families with from one three carloads of settlers' effects Jfor each family. Part of Ipeople go to Warner and part to I Cameron- "Ranch. They are all represeutinjr ft good class of sful farmers from the prairie dis of the United- States. Tllbse to'. Wwner are Verney IJOMV family trom Jackson. Mich.. Sil- rbokB, from Minnesota. Charles, Expressed By Members Of the Parliament Ottawa., "March 'of Parliament from Western Canada are pleased at the prospect of reciprocal arrangement as' to- coal .between Can ada and the United Suites, as out- lined in the Payne tariff bill before the American. Congress. .The'mem- bers of Ontario are also pleased" a t :he prospect of reciprocity, but the Maritime Provinces members .say ;hat if the proposal goes into t-ffe ;t- Cape Breton will lose its hold of the market as far west, as eral opinion, however, is that it wiL' ae months before, the proposed ihanges go into effect. The lumber rr.'en are diffident about expressing r opinion as to the effect of the Airi- ericaa. tariff on their' interests. and Telephone Operators the best known milling men in the .vestern States. He is- president of owns six floor output of a company which mills, with a daily missioner was the chief come up for discussion. barrels. These plants are located at. New Prague, Minn., Lea Wells. Blue Earth and Davisport. The capital is two million dollars. Two of the plants are. at New Prague, the company controls the new C corporation, in. which own- Paris, March .for a (time tonight was practically com- I .am writing this with the' plete'ly- cut off from telegraphic and idea that you. will gt-e that the communication .with the in? is advertised as thoroughly..'as' remainder of the wojld, and Paris possible, for his subject is one isolated. About a hundred is of ffreat. interest. especiallfc-tp the' ..niilitai-y telegraphers .p.ow portion of our "province I at work the Centrai station. Naval telegraphers are on the way from Premier .Clennjnceau tonight refused to offer terms -to the strik- ers. The strike extended tapidly Jaw plant is vested. It- will be remembered that several months ago an official of the New Prague Company was in Lethbridge, and expressed himself as.very favor- ably impressed with Lethbridge as a location for one of their mills. The irrain produced here was another at- tractive feature. were printed and would he circulated tomorrow. PUBLICITY ___ -The appointment of a publicity com matter to In view of fact that the city is well known and that the city- has insufficient ac- commodation to offer. President Nourse advised deferring- the. matter for n..time and paying a a better salary ?o that he could de- vote more attention to the work of ihe Board' in the meantime. He ven- tured the opinion that .if there were twenty new stores ready for occupa- tion all could be rented. Also' was no direct .reply, as to the grant from the council although it was understood that the errant, would Tje. forthcoming- C. F- "P.: .Conybeare; the ex-presi- dent, was. emphatic for immediate ac- tion. He thought the only matter to The majority favored iinmediaWac- tion in the appointment of man which wiil.be done after a sbe- cial meetine of tne Board is called ear ly in April to come to an understand- inff as to his duties. The salary of the secretary will be per month until the appointment is made. D. spoke of the dissatis- faction among the trayelling public regardiner the change in" the time ta- We on the line to Coutts; The chanc-e is only temporary .however and the President that-the executive had in mind the procuring- of. service' on that. r E. A. Cunninghaia. by' brought attentiof Oi the .Board to ..the need for sign.; boards'gt the implement-ware houses atten--" tion to the revnuirements of regarding eoing over .the crossing with. traction en'gines-. for -the benefit .of farmers and others.- HEAVY LU METER CUT Daupliin, March The; cut this winter in this paH, of the country is the largest in its The winter' lias. -'been -veiy favor ible for '.work in the woods., and the Vari- ous mill, owners having a we taken. advantage. of it to operate their limits to the- fuUest: extent. It is that at least 25.0CK) 000 ieet more than last year will be cut; -QUIT Los -Angeles, March cians have warned" me that I mnsi step out; they say that -1 have done enough. I am 61 years old, I have -led a very active life. "and Ke: HIGH RIVER AND CLARESHOLM Lead the West In Shipments OfWbeat General Superintendent Price of Cal gary is authority lor the statement tliat the town of High Hiver. in Al- berta, shipped more wheat lost vear t any ether town or city in West- Canada.. Claresholm comes sec- ond to High River in the shipment of The mileage in this vicinitv snips more 'wheat at. the present time than any other in Western Canada. over GO.OOO bushels to the mile. The j shipments from High River were over bushels this season. Car- stairs is n. town three years old. and reports received from it indicate that during the past season its shipments for erain, 4300.- 000 for stock, "for dressed meet, antl for dairy products. Fifty- two, ..thousand- acres of and acres of oats .are in the vicinity, cently" me that they had noticed a. change for. the worse''in my; condition." These .were--'.'the of E. H. Earriman to news- paper men in announcing his raiaatiori to relinquish gradually the active'; Ms far; flung rfilroad" holdings. NOT FOR PARLIAMENT New York, March S. a noted French long "distance runner, has arrived, and will run utainst the Marathon runners America. throughout the day, and at 6 o'clock the operators at the Bourse station, who remained at their posts long af- ter the Central station was paralyzed, went otit. ths .last strand which included ihe French Cable Company to Now York. March demoral- ization of the Paris postal and tele- graphic service is the rest of the- world. The authorities, it -is believed here, are trying to .conceal the extent of the strike. In spite of the use of even' possible route be- tween. London and the French' capi- tal, "there is an enormous delay, and. accumulation of tin sent is said .-that- there are two .'iinidieei thousand telegrams and two million letters undelivered, in Paris' JURY DISAGREED 3rantford, March tria' Joseph McGuire, a G. T. switchnii-n. for criminal negligence and. m-iii aughfer, en-ded today in a disagr :e- ;iient of the jury. TO BUCK THE STEEL TRUST THE GREATEST YET Immigration From the South is Very Heavy. Winnipeg, March tide of immigration has started in earnest. CITY AND DISTRICT. Mr. and IVIrs. C. S. Crest have re- lumed from Montana where -the lat- ter has -been .visiting for some time. Atr. Crest 'was sent for a few days asp on account of; the serious illness of their little eirl. covered and returned with, them. Board of; License Commission- ers held a meeting in the city this af- .tcrnoon .sirauted a license for a wholesale liquor house to the Patr- nuello aud Leciair Wine and Spirit Another Giganiic Steel ant Iron Corporation New York, March despatches. from Pittsburj an combination of" the independent iron- and steel interests of the United States oppos'iion to the United Stales Steel Corporation, is. the latest rumor in steai circles According -to the unconOrm ci rep tlie' move imm'ediati'y the nouncenient of "an open the. corporation. It to take dttrltiit-e form in a' few davs. company. The company will open Pitt-sburg. it is said will be tht: 'In Quonff Sanjr's block, besi-de thp post office block. This evening at eijrht in the school room of Knox Church. Rev. A. D. Archibald, of Ponoka will alive an illustrated lecture. At the request of the Church's, Sunday Com- mittee, Mr. Archibald is visiting, var- ious parts of the province. He is a specialist in the work .of the Sunday School- Ho will speak of man and methods, and ..then, with the aid of lantern views, will discuss the Book of j Acts. .This lecture takes the place of the i-ejrular fi-uild meeting this week, j headquarters for the new which is to be called thf A in- and Iron Compy.jy. SIR JAS. GOWAN ILL Barrie, March Jas. GO-W n lies seriously ill at his home at Ard- raven, and great anxiety is felt. Yesterday an-} today fifty carloads of AU .members of the Guild, are asked of; settlers, and their effects from the United States bound for the Cana- jdian passed' through Gretna. Sacramento, March As-'; Dominion Government immigration today passed a bill mating officials say the rush is unprecedent- There will be no to-be present." It .will also be of" ereat interest to pupils, teachers, and Barents. AH interested in the sub- ject are cordially invited to attend. NOT REGULAR i a misdemeanor for men to treat td, and is greatly in excess of any another in a saloon. i previous vear. To r.ioet expenses admission charged, an offerm-jr .will be A LIBERAL MEETING IN THE OLIVER HALL Ex-leader Robertson Is In Awkward Position ALFALFA MARKET Urlimlted in B. of One Grower. C. L. of-this ship pad nis_Iasti car .of alfalfa hay: to fu He has sapped' 23 carloads altogetner.to. various points, includ- uig Michel, Gran- brook, and Summerland- ii "the" Okanagaa VaUey.'- -The averajre pi ice: was per Leth-- cndge. He has a lease" of 200 under alfalfa', :.a .part-shaving, .been seeded last. year.: A-. part bpen under seed three which yield-- 3- five tons to the acre in three .The ;alfalfa'', 3ibt reached its .full' capacity. Kane shipped the first carload of alfalfa .that was shipped out .of Lethbridge only 'last November, and such has been .-the demand created that .he -has orders- for .is ihat he cannot supply.: He vs. there is an market- alialfa in British Columbia. One c.'-rloa'd used brings back, ari order five or ten cars. Kane; Darnel, Ingram, Foster others- cently clubbed together and bought h.rty-thtee hundred pounds. of '.'al- ;lfa seed, for seeding this year. NOThiNQ DOJNG IN KJNRADE CASE BIG STORE, Winnipeg, Marcn It was an. an and family from South Ba-jrounced today that Winnipeg h to Joe and family from; have another layge departmental Herman Anderson and A. M.-Fraser, S. D. The balance of fortv j hsh gentleman now a resident respective The car i. will erect a magnificent twelve-storey badt here with more scatters I structure with an arcade opposite ThumUy, City Hall, on Hain St. AT EIGHT O'CLOCK Nantou, Jlarch nomination oi" A. J. Eoljertson, Conserva- tive candidate, for Nanton, are irreg- ular, and it is probable that they will not be accepted by the returning officer, and if accepted, they will "be rejected later. The election law provides that tbe nomination paper must be sicned by four voters. But Mr. Kobertson's papers were- signed by three voters and by n fourth who was not a voter This is looked upon as unfortunate the liberals, who arc sure of ATr. Kobe'rtsOri. But on the, other (hand, it is pointed out that a candi- date who docs not know about the election act, which he was supposed to pass upon when legislator, is not competent to represent a wide nstitucncv.' cases similar to this came up m Ontario, where some such law is in Speakers Will Be P. J. Nolan, K. C, Of Calgary; W, C. Simmons and W. A, Buchanan. Opposition Speakers Are Invited To Attend force, and the decision was that the nomination was not legally made. ...Mr. Robertson was leader'of the op- position in the recent house. S. O. Cole, from Mavnard. Neb. just purchased n section of land the Cameron Ranch and intends move on the land which he will prove. has to im- nquest Will be Adfourried Until Poiica Have More Evidence, Hamilton, March hope of losing the Kinrade'' inquest Friday vening has been and is now. proposed -to adjourn, after testimony prob- bly some other wiinessesi 'until tonday and'-to" continue he enquiry until all the evidenced the dice are able to gather been ubmitted. Unless there are'- devel- opments it--is likely the jury "will .be kept open fqr some in hopes that mev evidence may be. secured. The police today failed to find .any trace of a revolver in the sewer pipe leading from the Kinrade home. It was found that there was no that there is no obstruction between the house and sewer. .Miss McClel- Isn; St., says she saw Mrs. Kinrade leaving her home on the afternoon of the murder 320. Miss Rudd, Charles St., who-, claims to know the Kinrade family, she saw Ethel Kinrade pass the corner of Charles and Jackson Sts; at 3 o'clock on the same afternoon. A Niagara Falls despatch detectives were in the city today in search of a young man who i? believed to be able to throw some hght on the murder of Ethel Kin- rede. He was not located, understood that he hqweyer. was on close terms witfr both .Ethel and Florence Kinrade, WAQftATH N. Wakely to Open BusinMi in Busy Town. Magrath, March N. Walkelv, oj Lethbridge; has purchased the old I'utcher shop and lots from Mr. Vvood, and intends to move the old .'hop to the rear of the lota and build a fine brick store, and inatil r. uptodate plumbing and tismith I f- tablwhment. This will fill a long i :dt want in the town. ;