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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta exiiu; Tflc Jaiiy Herald, Wednesday, MarcH JO, 1 :nu: Sure and Profitable Jnvestment CREAM noaglin's sub-division is the choicest business -property in the town. Here's where your money will surely double in (ty days. Bow Island has a future. Population 1915, 5000. Bow Island is growing taster than any new town in Alberta. OiMMiiuo- S'Ue of Lots 8 VTURDAY MORNING. APRIL D. Prices of lots, up to 1-3 cash, balance 3 and 0 months. wi.. Advance 25 per cent on June A. B. HOAGL1N, BOW ISLAND LOANS On improved or for the im- provement of farm lands for one year or less up to five years. P. 0. Box 420 109 Sherlock Blk., Lethbridge There were is glad to be back in Burdett again. tions and songs, solos and choruses. It is probable that Mr. Hoagland will vveir all much appreciated. The A. 0. F. aad the S- 6. 13. meet in a friendly game on the Pub- lic Square on Friday next. Kick-off at 6.15 sharp. j As an. illustration of the growing i importance or Lethbridge as a distri-Uair of any kind they always put forth 'buting point, the. Turpin Furniture -thdr best efiorts to give their friends are now outfitting hotels enjoyable time, and the ball -iven Coutts, Monarch, and .Grassy Lake. last night the Conservatory ol F. H. Main, who leased the the Prairie City Division of raus place a mile west of Okotoks last'the of R- c- was no exception to year, has gone to Lethbridge .district 1the rule- The Dumber of guests in at- lierlin, March Reichstag has adopted a resolution submitted by Socialists demanding thai a bill be introduced making the Chancellor re- sponsible to tiie Rek-nstag for his ad ministration, which is 'held to include all the political acts ami omissions of i the Kaiser. lierr in submitting che re solution, said the power of autocratic decision must .be taken out of the sov ereigu'-s hands. Nobody, whatever his talents, could properly even sup- ervise the most important public af- fairs within the limits of the court's entourage. The majority for the resolution was small. The 'Left and the Poles sup- ported it and part of the Centre join- ed them. As Herr Ledt-bour pointed out in the course of his speech, the resolution aims at completing the movement be- gun in November, 1908, in connection with the agitation resulting in the in- terview with the Kaiser, published the London Telegraph. .No settlement was reached SELECTING COMPETITORS FOR EARL GREY PRIZES Toronto, -March musical judges in the Earl Grey dramatic and musical competition which opens at the Royal Alexandra 'today, -will be oit this -week on a tour of Ontario se- lecting the companies which will be allowed to take part in die public demonstration. The process of elim Ination is In the hands of Dr. A. Vpgt and Dr. Albert Ham for the vo cal part, and Frank Welsman and 0. JForsyth for the Instrumentalists. London, Ottawa, Peterboro, Wate ioo and other places offering compe itors will !be visited. riTTEIUI BROS, DRAYING And General Work COAL ORDERS promptly at- tended to. PHONE 472 A. L. Patterson H. Patterson 1 Ring Up 701 when you waul DRAYING done promptly and Satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE FLOUR RATES TO THE COAST REDUCE Washington, Marcu inte state commerce commission today ordered the lake and rail rates on Hour from Minneapolis to New York City and the Atlantic seaboard re- duced from 23 cents per 100 pounds to 21 and one half cents, beginning May 10. This decides the famous case of the nortnwestern millers against the 29 rail and lake lines in favor of the millers. The new schedule of rates is ordered to 'be effective for two years from the date goes into effecf. I JUST ARRIVED twenty head of young work horses, 1250 to H50 in broken. J. F. Rodgers 9ale Stables Wood Street, 1 U. S. TARIFF REGULATIONS ARE NOW SETTLED Dam's Kidnexr Pills ira ipec'iik ill kidney troubles. They begiu by helping kJdnajrs to flush of all the acrid md poiaoaom impurities which have collected, thin cf! clearing out tbe kidneys, bladder uid ail the urinary passages and carrying the uric acid, the Constantinople, March of tne peasantry in the province of p T-hessally, Greece, ho are warring against the 'big Turkisli and ilohaon- medan landowners for a division their estates, summoned their jollov- ers to-day to assemble under arms at; rheumatism, from theblood. Larisia, Pharsala and Velestino. The i Mrs. Arch. Schnare, Black Point, N.B, to homestead and preempt a tract j tendance nicely filled the hall and a north of that Review. The new night trains being installed good floor coupled with excellent music made dancing most delightful. and the Chancellor's- responsibility has remained as before, purely nom- inal. The present effort is to reg- ulate it, and to enable one Reichstag to compel the resignation of che Chan ceJlor or to impeach him if it should be judged necessary. SUICIDE NOTE AT RESERVOIR. New York Will Draw Off Gallons of be Hoax 'between Calgary and Edmonton will lThc decorations were very pretty and prove quite a boon to Lethbridge tra-'the filarc the head light bearing veiling public. On Mondays, TCednes- Ulc number of the order, 542, gave the [days and Fridays a night train will hall a most inviting appearance. Each leaders admit that tliey intend to at-' troubled witk i leave Calgary at 21.30 for Strathcona j Kucst was Presented with a bouquet land returning leaving Strathcona roscs and carnations. The com- the same hour on Tuesdays, responsible for this successful days and Saturdays. Passengers Were> J- L- H. Prince, master arrive at Strathcona and Calgary ceremonies, and P. L. Carruchcrs, weak back. Oftentimes I Uia ui jtwcen seven and eight o'clock. Jos. Tcnnant, A. J. tack the Turks and 'Mohammedans in bed for days, being scarcely ibl. to tuim will it passengers to uth. Ross. Frank Davios, K. Reher. tne province, and likewise the Grec-' myself, and I have also (ntt ta j i-m soldiers who have been sent to'i suflerer to perform my at l.lo p.m. and make quick un soldiers who hate been sent LO aousehold dutics i had doctor. connection right through to Strath-' guard the property owners against mg me without and tried jcona and- Edmonton .arriving there! the peasants. j plasters, but nothing seemed to rr. me any good. I was about to jive The .Moslems arc preparing for, when my husband also _________ rouble, acd a bloody conflict is pre-[ to try Doan's Kidney Pilh, and aftet !leod branch, which will give the pto- ileted between the Christian peasants using two boxes I am new weil and abfe pie of Southern Alberta o daily train to do my work. I am positive Dotn PROMINENT INDIAN CHIEF IS DEAD ;_ ,rl, m motnmK.' There vnll also be a Sunday service on the Mac- Believing is in the Taft Says He Has Fixed Rates All Countries Washington, Mar. 2S. President Talt, in a special message to congress to-day informed that body that the power represented in him by '.he Payne-Aldrich act negotiations under maximum and minimurr' clause1: of the act were now substantially 'complet- ed with all the nations oi riie wor.d with results that were satisfactory. The president then discussed tlio func- tions of the tariff board appointed by him under the tariff act. staU'd that upon consulting ,the members of i the board he found thait to carry out Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietors (Hrjcft-next Aroarle Phone I 1 G. N ew York, March that the body of a suicide s n tejthe purpo3e announced in his annual big Fort Field Reservoir, the police i message i.t would be necessary to have and water department of by Congress imniedi- ind tbe followers of Mohammed. mdn M tha{ As a result Turkey will protest to them, and I would advise ill kidney he Grecian government, and if nee- mifferera to give them a fair trial." TUrkev will send an armed price' 50 ceata Pcr box' or 3 for J 3C Llvl till tU 11J 1 rpi m r pn _ i all dealers or The T. Milburn Co., force into Thessally to protect Turk-! Toronto, Ont. subjects. I la ordering specify connection with Northern Alberta. P.. R. F. McKitrick oi the Herald tafi who spent Easter visiting his jrother at Edmonton returned to the city yesterday and reports the farm-, ers busy in the fields plowing, TO 3Bill8S. COilTlCIliO, -HOifSIElOfflO ISO OliiEiiS Removed for Convenience of Sale from New Traffic Bridge to the City Market. FRANK G. WADDINGTON !s Instructed to Sell by PUBLIC AUCTION On Thursday, March 31st, 1910 At Two O'clock Precisely, a LARGE QUANTITY OF HEAVY LUMBER Highly Suitable for Foundation Joists. Fence Posts, etc., in Sizes, 12x12, 10x10, 8x8, 12x4, 12x3, 6x6, 2x12, and Numerous Other Dimensions. MAY BE VIEWED AT ANYTIME PRIOR TO SALE Terms Cash No Reserve Phone 426 Auctioneer's Office Lyceum Building Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.. March 29 Louis Siiawano, last of the Sauters or Rapids band of Indians, is dead at his home on Sugar Island, 84 years old. lie was a prominent In- dian in this section for many years, taking a leading part in effecting several treaties with' the United 4 4 AUCTION SALE AT 515 LONDON ROAD ON FRIDAY NEXT, APRIL 1ST AT 2 O'CLOCK FRANK G. WADDINGTON Instructed by owner will on the premises as above a quantity of useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Including dresseis and stands, bods, springs'a'nri mattresses, piece parlor suite, carrKus, curtains, oak "tables, drop bead Singer Sewing machine, four hole rook quantity enamelled goods, etc. otc. Also incubator, brooder and chicken fencing, nl! complete. THE HOUSE AND LOT FOR full partrbulars apply to the Auctioneer. have determined to pump all the wat- er out of the reservoir if the body does not come to the surface to-mor- row. Following tne discovery res- ervoir 'banks of an and' bottle of carbolic acid with a note attached, the police have been grap- pling for the body for several days. The note read: "This is to let my friends know that I met my death at my own hands and not to blame any- one for it. My last cent is gone, and there is nothing for me to live for. Good On a time table in the oovercoat was. written the name "Joe Madland." No one of that name lives in Yonk- ers. and no such person has been re- ported missing. Yonkers is in the middle of a typh- oid fever epidemic, resulting from an impure water supply, and there is a I feeling that nothing must be left un- I done to determine whether a human 1 body really lies at the bottom of the reservoir. If the suicide note Is a hoax, as i some of the investigators believe, it will prove cosily for the city, as fully fiO.noo.OOO gallons of water will be wasted. ateiy available lor current aud nscal year of This appropri- ation he urged congres -to -make. McLean T Phone 1089 T DRAYING 5 of all kinds prompt- T J ly attended to. COAL T Delivered 0. 0. D. THREE HUNDRED WERE KILLED IN BALL ROOM Pest, March to an official report received from the vice governor of the district by the ministry of the inu nor today, the dead in the ball room fire at Oakoer- tte number 300, while 70 others were injured, many fatally. MAKE FlSHWAY ST. ANDREWS LOCKS Ottawa, March a result of a conference between Geo. Brad- bury, M. P. for Selkirk, and Mr. Des- barats, deputy minister of marine and fisheries, steps TV ill be taken by oiie government at an early date to con- struct the fish way at the St. Andrews locks. ;By an oversight no allowance was made for the fish way when the locks were built so that fish from Lake Winnipeg have not been able to get up the Red river. CADILLAC '30' VYATERTOWN PAPER MILLS BEGIN OPERATING I Strike Breakers Arriving on the i No Violence Offered I Plionc i'2( Office Lyceum Building N. Y., Mar. jare now 10S strikebreakers employed i in the Watertown division of the Inter- national Paper company. A second j machine at the C. R. Mill was and .tho pulp mill at the Ontario ;mil's also startod today. No violence has yet beon offerpd by t.ho striking pajiermakors at the local mills. President. Carey, of the union, I is exported hero to-morrow night to n.i- i public meeting hold in th-> iiiteres! o( (he strike. I wish to my exclusive agency announce that for this territory has heen acknowled- ed hy the Cadillac people d orders have been issued all other agencies to be dis- continued. We can furnish cars on short notice. an I i I I 2> T. S. McKENZIE ;