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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR THh LfcTHBft.DGe MONDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1909. TOR SEVENTEEN YEARS The Quality of This Tea Has LOOMED UP Conspicuously Above a Hundred IMITATORS at Writing-On-Stoue, is at liberty, under six hundred dollars bail. During this One fall weather most of the settlors are getting busy haul- ing in their winter's supply of coal. Mrs. Mary Roan went to Milk Kiver to file on a homestead last Wednesday. 8L A CK- M1XE1 G K E EX tOc., 50c. and uu anything to sell or re :il place it !o :lsis column. H want anything use this column. wne insertion I 0 tor S! SITUATIONS WANTED As farm man- ager. Thoroughly up to improving and managing farm from 1-2 section upwards. Married, no family. Many years experience of farming, stock raising and fruit growing. Up to date western methods dry or irrigat d lands. Apply stating terms, acV.'in- H. J. I. Coal- 272-6 moclation and acreage. dale, Altn., SITUATIONS VACA.N'1 in office by jyounir man. Prefer position where (writing will to be done. Apply Box iy, Her.-ild Office. uu c 207 Crabb Street Lethbridge Ti once. Girl for upstairs.i chamberm.-i.l X work. Auplv Bab-.oral Hotel. 272-0 i siUiatipn in hotel. Apply Box '___________________. 12, Herald ofhce. 267-6 Life Soap is delightfully re- minors for wo.'k. Apply Fox Sinmis, City, pick Coal Washing taken in 272 6 "Jone at private homes. Good work at reasonable rates. Mrs. Botham, iho dispute: Anyway the bovs here freshing for bath or toilet. For wash- expect the cup to arrive Saturday j ing underclothing it is unequalled, i night. Cleanses and purifies. The inspection of the school cadets took place this forenoon by jACOMA'S NEW Cruikshanks, who was highly i with the various exercises performed by the boys. His report will bo submitted later on. He ex- pressed the hope that by the next time he the cadets they would be in uniform. There was a cood turn-out of parents and the gen- eral Dublic D-rosent at the- inspection. A first rate show was given on For a first-class job in CLEANING AND DYEING lies'or Gents: Clothes call at fences were meted out. William Mor- No. 1 grain. In the District Court, before Judge'Thursday nights >h, opera house Carpenter Wednesday morning there were several convictions and jail sen- THE CITY PKone 353 DYE WORKS SCHOONER LOST IN THE BAY gan and Thomas W. Kilmer got three years apiece at Edmonton peniten-j tiary, Robert B. Ormandy got years at the same place and Harry Bragdon a year at the police bar- racks, Macleod, for entering a store the Campraeraph. It was a new deal in the way of an entertainment to Pincher Creek theatre-goers, and was weli received. Harold Jams wired the 1.0.0.F.. MUNICIPAL SCHEME Overwhelming Majority in Favor of Des Moines Idea for Municipal Government by Fourth of Electors Suffice to Make Radical Change in Charter. Tacoma, Oct. city made history Saturday by adopting the commission plan of government. The majority is overwhelming, at least five to one. With all precincts heard from with t-he exception of three in the Fifth Ward the vote stands for and 941 against. The total vote total I one having i general store experience to take of dry and assist in other departments. Duties to- begin Dec. 1st, '09. All applicatios must be in not- later than Nov.- Ad- dress, stating t'xperieimce and sal- ary, also enclosing of reconi- i ni'ndativns. The Manager. Western) Torrance Ave., beskie railway irack. 222-Ox LAND FOR SALE Canadian Co-Op. Coleman, Aha. Trading Co., Ltd., 272-3 imder whosp auspices he was to ship: i will not exceed out of a 1 registration' of -There are more than voters not register- ed. The figures show., that about one- to-night, together with Helen Phafor. elocutionist, that on -account statement issued today by the Bureau of Statistics of the XJ. S. Department of Commerce and Labor. During First class interior men gtead employnwnt at wages W. L. McKenzie Co., Red- path St. 272-6 reached proportions j Mrs Andrew TifleVj cor, Duf- September the business of the coun-i trv and the movement of railway I Good posi- freight ears tion for housekeeper. Apply which excelled those of the same jjerjn month last year. In fact, the bulle- j tin declares, while the number, of idle cars at the end of last month had not altogether disappeared, there was general servant. Good wages. Apply Mrs. J. Alexander, 424 Glvn St. 271-6 every indication that a car shortage would quickly develop. The improv- ed conditions arc most pronounded in the coal and iron trades. The move- ment of lumber also was somewhat! WANTED-Caxpenters.. steady job. Apply R. J. Thompson, Westminster chambermaid situation in hotel. Apply Box 16, Herald office. FOR SALE-320 acres 8-19. Ap- ply Box H., Herald office. 272-0 FOE proposition will pay its way. Will rent 1-2 section ir- rigated land 2 1-2 miles from Leth- bridge; 9 room house, cistern, lar and phone. Stable 22 horses. 80 acres in fall wheat. Stubble mostly turned. worth of hay produc- ed annually. Renter must buy for (No cash if secured) all ma- chinery, cattle, horses and house- hold furniture. Big chance to make 50 to 100 per cent, of these brood mares, stallion and butter cows. Terms to suit. Apply Box 85 Herald. Office 255-0 MISCELLANEOUS POP SALE heavier. From Virginia and the Carolinas Church, or Stacey Lumber Co. 26S-6 of suffering from a cold he would be J O UVi-V, i OF FUNDY i and fr0m Coffin.s store! unable to fill his engagement. :St. John, N. Oct. 29.-Telephcne at Granum; _tht. 15th inst. w. H. I Cool nnd damp -weather followed a message to A. J: Legere, agent mar-j Mcpnersoja g0l nine months at- 'the ine and ten o'clock last; tarraclcs for- part o! the fourth the voters today changed t-he nrotracted season'of peasant temper- j form of 'government. The saloon pre- ture this morning, and the has been i cincts voted heavily against the the shipment of lumber increased 56-j by working- i. Hit b Ul UUt.------- f night -states that a large schooner is ;stolen property. A11 these. men hail- a cloudy one, with indications of a j change, and in some of these the corn- ashore near Quacko, in the Bay of: ed from Toronto and the summary j Fundy. and that another schooner justjce meted out to them will serve j is slxort distance off flying signals. lo pjace gentle profession of bur-! of distress. government steamer! in tliese parts in. considerable Lansdowne has been ordered to the, Disrepute for some time to corne. The j scene of the wreck. It is not known j broke a window of the store if any s-lives have been lost but a j and helped themselves. heavy sea has been running and the j--------------------------- storm. MEN, wind blowing hard. NEW DAYTCN mission has a bare majority. In the residence ward the vote is six, seven an-d eight for to one against. The charter has already begun to advertise the city. Baltimore and Philadelphia both having asked for per cent, over September of last year hut there was a sharp falling off in the quantity-of yellow pine received in Nev York from that- received in August, although t-he receipts were family, good home for the winter, easy job. Address Box 12, Herald office, stating age and wages. 267-6 woodsmen. Highest FOK hand muskrat lined, imported English black broad- cloth overcoat. Cost Will sell cheap. Apply P. C. Smith, Leth- bridge P. 0. 272-2 FOR ladies' otter fur coat arid one gasoline stove. 604 Bartlett St. or Phone 186. Apply 272-3 nearlv double from those a year ago. I wages paid. Elk -Lumber Co. FOR shop doing a biff business, a snap. Halmant j F. G. Waters, superintendent, Kurehel, Milk River, Alta. mer, B. C. copies of it. The charter makers B. C. TORY NOMINEES K. Jackson, of Midway. E. Braden. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS No. 1 Northern............ 0 82 No. 2 Northern 0 79 No. 3 Northern......... 076 No. 1 Alberta Bed 0 81 New Dayton, Oct. Nash, of Warner, preached a Thanksgiving sermon in New Dayton last Sunday, Manila, Nov. Se-! t0ok the of Des Moines, Gal- bree reports that when the tJ.S. Pae- j ine fleet- touched at Admiralty Is- lands, it was learned that recently cannibals captured a boat containing three Englishmen and three Chinese. and Colorado Springs as mo- dels, selecting what they considered the best points of each. Prof. Charles Zuebelin, of the North western university, who is an expert One of the Englishmen, whc- escaped j on citv government, declared-recently The Misses Johnson and Greeno! tll h the cosnfvance of a friendly j after "examining the Tacoma charter There was a considerable slump in! the receipts of grain and flour in the j four leading seaports and the receipts j respectable girl. Apply j Apply at this office. of grain in the interior were below 11010 Ford St. Hos- 237-0 j FOR i good location for be sold -at hardware 268-6 once: storr. 268-6 Alberta Eod........., 0 78 Alberta Hed 0 75 070 025 100 No. 2 No. 3 per cwt. Barley...........-.......... Flas........................ Cattle on the hoof: Steers, per Ib.........0 03 Cows, per Ib. ......0 02X Live, per cwt.......7 50 Dressed, p_er cwt. 0 00 .Sheep: Live, per cwt.......4 50 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Poultry: Geese 15 Turkeys 0 20 Chickens ......'.___. 0 12 Fo.wl 0 10 Ducks............-... 0 15 Butter and Eggs Dairy butter........ 0 18 8 00 10 00 Creamery butter Eggs, per dozen Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. Onions, per Ib. Feed: Hay ,prairie Hay, blue joint Hides: Dry Cured Rendered Tallow: No. 1, p-T Ib. N'o. 2. per Ib. 0 30 0 30 0 00 0 00 0 12 0 07 0 00 n 00 0 16 0 22 015 012X 0 16 0 21 0 35 0 40 ,1 50 0 05 10 00 13 50 08% drove to Warner Sun-day evening, and attended the services and picnic din- ner at the Evangelical church on returning on the evening train. The Misses Whitesel and Messrs. Whitesel and Watkin were the guests of JVIr, Becker at Warner Sunday ev- ening.- Miss Edston. of a theatrical com- pany at Lethbridge, visited in New j.Dayton Wednesday. She was quite j taken up with our little town. I i. don't blame her, do you I The South Alberta Lumber Co., in charge of J. E. G-reeno and son, are kept quite busy these days, owing; to I the good crops, the farmers have this A crowd of eight have gone to the hills for game, to be gone several days. Mr. -Tones returned a week ago from Ohio, where he was called to j the death bed of his eldest 'son. Much sympathy is felt for the family in j their bereavement. i tribe, said that his companions had j _that jt -was 'the best he had seen, and J cegg Qf the corresponding "month last the aggregate for September 1908 A similar condition is uncovered in the' B shipment of packing house products from Chicago, the chief slump being on canned meats, which show a rela- tive loss over the corresponding fig- ures of 1908 of approximately 45 per cent. The report shows that the Sep rWANTED-A good general servant, tember total of cars- handled was Apply MX or almost 10 per cent, in ex- Courtland. once. Ap- ply Mrs. A. B. Ripley, 289 Branton St. 263-O housekeeper j for two people. Apply Box J., Her-' FOE hay and horse-s. Want offers for about tons of tim- othy hay in the stack or baled. Put up in good condition, green and clean. Well fenced. Also, one thoroughbred ald. 266-O quiet, good worker, Team of smail horses, about 1100 mare and gelding, just broke, quiet, Team of going on 4 years mares, un- broke, quiet, make 2800. Price hundreds of Tacomans who have been urging its adoption believe him..' Th.e movement for a new charter been killed and eaten. There have bev-n repeated reports of attacks by savages upon ship- wrecked sailors in Polynesia during j t-or Tacoma began-two years ago, be- j the past few and it is possible j agitated first in t-he newspapers. the vear. that the story told b another version oi the SUPREME COURT. Chief Justice Sifton held a short Apply airs. Hick, cor. Crabb and I Can be" seen anytime on my farm 8. 270-011-2 Sec. 7, T. 8, E. ,20; eight miles southeast of town. J. Palmer, Box men to work in sugar 568, City. 267-6 factory and on farm of Knight Sugar! Co. a' _ office. fleet is j T-he idea was taken up by improve- in assacre at clubs all over the city and New Briton in September. In that i boosted until a commulative senti- instance. Captain Lindsay and his i mcnt demanded that a commission be crew of ten, of the ketch Rabauul, elected to prepare a charter. A mass who were on a trading expedition, meeting of prominent clubs nominat- i were said to have been killed and j ed a number of prominent Tacomans, j their bodies burned with their boat. and a special election, held June 8 i last, elected from the list the follow- i ing fifteen free-holders to formulate j charter: 0. G. Ellis, Clavin S. Barlow, Dr. S. M. Lccrone, Prank M. i Lamborn. Ernest Lister, Harry B. j I Hendlcy, Olin L. Fowler, Henry A. I Rhodes, E. D. Hodge, P. C. Kauffman E. P. Savage, A. 'U. Mills, C. D. j Ball, H. .1. McGregor, 0. 0. McLane.: class plasterers sitting of t-he Supreme Court this! aV once to work on hotel., at Carman- Gramaphene and records for sale. Apply P.-0. Box 237. responded to the of fh. Jurv roll-call and were excused till Wednesdav at 10. a.m. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS H j and room with pri- wanted by the vate family by young man. Must be 5 min. walk" of city square. Apply Box 105, Herald 'office. 272-1 The case of Reeves vs. Bowman at the Private Hospital, North m -j .Ward. Miss Daintv. 270-0 all come up on Tuesday morning atj TO RENT by married couple. Apply at Herald office. 271-0 MINISTERS SWORN IN TODAY MAS IN AS IN Masinasin, Oct. White i left for North Dakota the other day to look after -his business. White in- tends to sell his land while he is there, and invest his money in Can- ada. He has already eighty acres broken on his homestead. Mrs. Kippen took the train for Lethbridgc, 'and go to North Da- kota to spend the winter. Mr. Remington from Milk River, hauled out a load of lumber to build a house on his homestead thus we have another new settler. Clayton Markel, who has been away .nearly all summer, came home to look after his family and home- stead duties. Ben Hanson, from Masinasin, who has been arrested bv R.N.W.M. Police and Buildine, advice thereon. Lethbridge. Alta. Acadia Good Water Heens Good Health You injure both by using the Bexkefeld Filter. The Bcrkefeld Fil- ter removes all impurities from including cholera, typhoid and other W. p. accountant, disease bacilli. Audits, liquidations, general account- It is scientifically constructed and ing, is known and used in every bacterio- logical laboratory in the world, and is universally recommended by sanitary experts. It is simple in construction And in use. It is easily attached to any exist- ing water supply at slight expense, and gives an ample supply of per- fectly filtered water without trouble, and entirely with slightest risk of disease arising 'from impure water. .V .'_ T MRS. open for ensage- .h-very place where; drinking water ments in mid-wifcry. Terms m'oder- is required, every hospital, school, ho-! ate. Apply Box A B. C Herald tel, workshop, pubic biiilding.or office; office 267-6 should have onej an4 .no; dwelling house, should be without one: i Boiling your drinking" water is a' laborious and inefficient plan for' making it safe. You do not have to do this if you use i BERKEFELD FILTER j _ Filters -V ill' purposes" and in all sizes are manufactured and supplied, j Our representative will call on the, MADAM pi- anist- and Teacher of Music, at lib- ertv for engagements, town or coun- try" MISS NORMAN, teacher of ballroom and stage dancing, Wed- nesday 3 to 8, Caledonian Hall or 622 Crabb street. 267-9 households of the City within the next few days with a sample and will explain its working and fur- j oish all particulars as to this hy- i A gienic safeguard. You cannot afford to be without it. j Agent: T. E. Patteson Room 7 Oliver Block TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Carbon box. 100 sheets, from Copying Roam, all 'Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES to Call and get terms Calgary, Alta.. Nov. change in the Alberta Cobirr.'t.. of which some notice was giv- en same few weeks ago, will madt- to-day and the new ministers will be "sworn in at Edirion- ton this morning. Mr. Mar- shall will 'become Minister of Agriculture .and Provincial secretary. Mr: Buchanan and Mr. essard will be Min- isters without portfolio. The writ for the .election in Olds has been issued. Nomin- day has- been fixed for November 16 2nd election day on November 23. It will bs all over on nomination day. The Olds Liberals ten- dering Mr. .Marshall a ban- quet on Wednesday evening next. Mr. Buchanan left on Satur- days for Edmonton. SYNOPSIS OF FOR RENT Five roomed cottage on Glyn St. PuDv modern. The George M. Hatch Land Co. Phone 159. 272-2 iApply Beaton' Box NORTH- FOR six roomed cottage, fully modern. Close in. The j formulated The commission organized -by 'electing i Henry Rhodes president and E. D. Hodge, secretary. The main feature of the charter; is its doing away with j the elaborate machinery of govern- j ment under which politicians and! place-hunters thrive. Under the char- ter five men, forming a municipal commission, each the head of a de- partment, become personally respon- sible to the people for carrying on their respective departments. The salient purpose of the charter makers to frame a doccment that would enable the city to be governed exact- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head of a or any male over 18 .yeaxs M' Hatch Land Phone 272-2 1 men with or without board. Burdett St. TO storehouse on Wood may homestead a of available' Dominion land in 3 toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Thej applicant must appear in person at j TO thi; Dominion Lands Agency, or Sub- SJ7 Agency for the district. by St., Apply R. E. Sherlock, 1260 Bom- St. 272-6 ixy may be made at on certain conditions, mother, anv bv father, or sis- RENT Furnished Crabb St.. room. Apply the land in fttc.' homesteader ter of intending homesteader. mouths' residence and cultivation of of three years. A live within nine miles of nig home jjtead on a farm of at least 30 solely owned and occupied by bim o: by his father, mother, son. brother or sister. Tn certain districts in good standing may preempt ly as a private corporation is if the j quarter-section alongside his corporation were engaged in the same r -i. j I reside six raontha in kind of business. The five men head- TO room, lady