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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 2, 1011, THE LETHBRIDOP DAILY HTKRALP Pun ft Why Not Entertain With An Informal VICTROLA MUSICALE? 'VICTROLA AFTERNOONS" are becoming popular with discriminating hostesses The variety of the Selections afforded by VICTOR RECORDS make such affairs pleasant backgrounds for informal "four-o'clock teas With a VICTOR-VICTROLA (Homleu You can entertain your guests with selections by a host of the greatest artists, who will sing for you in your drawing-room By means of the little tone-regulating doors on the Victrola you may have either a loud or soft effect. And, if you prefer the latest popular airs of the day, you'll find them on VICTOR RECORDS too. Call at any Victor-Berliner dealer's and heir them played. (Double-Sided Victor Records, 90c. for the two and Horn Granvo-pbotiM mfy be had in mtiny models fiwta to EAST PAYMENTS IF DESIRED) [WhTilhiiiliiat of OmrtMMi.Clto tin Victfol. BERLINER PHONE COMPANY LIMITED, MONTREAL FOR SALE BY Risch Piano Co. Dominion Block Phone 791 SUPREME COURT T lie Supreme Couit bun 11! err up tt til hearing the evidence in .the'casc-'of vs. VdLenr" TII icf.lon to recover certain i I icn Vet for the monies owing the Contractors on-the I claim the McLcav (dock.1 .Johnstone and 3 itclne HL Tprioaring tor tiie dtiensL u anil B. A. Smith' tor'the claimants. According tn the evidence of Arcrri- lict Ji icdomld who in charge oi. the part oi tlie.mon- ev for Ihe contract. was withheld on account pi' certain damage Ut .stock m the store at the linn, tnc building is it ng construed d it being one oi tlie cUusLs oi the contract tint cci t iiti he taken igamst flnn ;gc of this mture Justice Beck jiandcd down judi.jn.nt in the case of the 1Ji OIICLI I umber Co vs Roonej gn ut imminent undei tiie, Mechanics moupt of tlic PEDLAR WITH MONEY TAKES OUT LICENSE U S OFFICIAL IS STRICKEN t lining let Mo 2- Isonnan J. Uoimjin, oE St. first -secre- tary of agricultura-'of 'the U. MAD BEEN SELLING A WAVE OF CRIME THROUGH COUNTRY With S600 in. his 'grip, and with '.no mean hank accounts it both Regina and Muilicinc Hat, Arthur Pittnian appeared oeforc Polict Magistrate Ball tins morning on tlie charge o! peddling a iia'iis.o Pittnian ENGINEERS WILL MAKE_HEPORT On Proposed Waterway From Edmonton to Winnipeg ARBITRATION ON REED ST. MATTE Judge Winter IB Hearin the: Board's Valuation IMorc .judge Winter of the I) trlcl Court, who is acting as art trator, the expropriation procceilln ot the city ;'ot to coinp Lothbridge I'. 1'. School District, N 51 to sell lo the city (ili feet off ti High school site on Sixth avenue f' the extension of Heed street, we heguu this morning, at: 11 o'clock, case of the public lighting 11 mblic, iind the proceedings arc u considerable attention. Iv Mall are appearing for the Scho' Board, "while 0. P. Conybear city solicitor, is looking after tl nterosts of The lots in ijue tion are 10, 11 anil 12, block which were secured by' the Board April, 1010, for a High school sit at, a cost of. Altogellu. .hey comprise about'2A acres, and this the city wishes, to purchase strip of 66 feet, along the south e or a continuation ot Reed St. in westerly direction. According to tl "valuation 'placed updn this propert by il, Macbeth anil J. R. Andersoi icting as valuators for the -city, tl Joaril lias hecii; offered S3500 for tl piece of property needed hy the citj The School Board have placed the: 'aluation at hence the arbitra ion. When the session opened this morn ng, M. Fleetwood, chairman of th School Hoard, testified in behalf ,he city schools. He. stated that th lite was bought for High school P.ur loses, that it was considered then t ie even too but was the be? :he Hoard 'could ilo, as they wishe .0 get 'a good-sized piece of propert which would''at the same time b convenient to the centre of the schoo iqpulation. liy -taking the slice o .lie south end. of tho site, leaving or. y four-fifths of the original site, tl ground would be spoiled for the pur lose for which it was bought, and substitute.-site could not he found.'T ifr. Conylienre .he staled that in hi opinion the site was ,worth t school board for the purpose. f( vhieh it .was bought, .and therefor was none too to ask fo the strip required by die city. R. -V. 'Gibbons'and A. V. Gibbon nd A. M.1 were called as lert evidence, pn valuation in .beha of the school hoard, lint their Icnce was'purely from the 'stani mint ofrvalue of the property. i street through the south enil of U site, it would he worth mncli more i heir opinion, as a residential proper ty: the: reason for this is that couM be subdivided with lots facin on both streets, giving about 2 lots with a- value of .f500 each. PAID OVER MONEY FOR TAXES Montreal; Nov. 2.r-Nearjy halt a mi lion dollars were taken over__the conn era aLtbe city hall yesterday. Th long room was crowded all day, wit men, women and messenger boys', wit cash or cheques. The total receipt ralton from a westbound Wabash train js a bus been going about he past neie thi mornmL, after biif i" cii a strol e qt wlilcii i is helicvocl may fatal. Mr. 'Col- man is S-l years of age. tiie citj '01 pencils for whatever people in- cljnccl to give in order that he might mil him'Sclf of the comfort of a he sceuus to Keen doing a tinning, business until he ran foul of tht guirdniib of the He was verj indjgnint at the 'persecu- tions oi the officers hut said that'an trtimati of the probable cost he would takl out J puldler's license the proposed CJnal the waterway' o! the from Kdmoiitou to Winiu peg is completed. parties have been working on tlie Prince Ubert cud o the sur an nou leaving the fiel and. will be back in Ottawa shortly In the course ol the next Iwo month they will n i dolillcd report with In the New Home You want the bc't u hen m the new home. Above all, you want that home to be snug and warm and toihfortable. You are suio of warmth and comfort with Smokelcw Oil Heater. The Perfection is the best and reliable beater nude. It is a sort of portable fireplace. Il u ready night and day. Just strike a match and light the Wick. The Perfection u all aglow in a minute. Tlie Perfection Oil Heater does not nor patent device prevail! that II can be carried easily from roam to room nnd equally suitable for any room in Ihe house Handsomely fanned, with nickel trimmings, drams of either hiquanE-bha tiunwl or plan steel. AttvMirt....._ I Hc.ltr, eireultr fate lo torn Ptrfcctiob or fa tar (L if the-y would le ivc mm alonL The magistrate ordered him to take out a license or get out of tlie so 'reluctantly the pencil magnate part- ed compuu with SK for license to ply his busmrsi, month P-ilei gup up his room at the Jill just three igo, found igam in the (Oils this moinmg on the charge of ab "orbing ton lire He given live and costs or 30 and after mature deliberations, .nol. find- ing the necessary cash to his credit anywliero, he elected 1 o his >osi Lion as an employee of the gov- ernment for the coming month August Johnson, -i Swede with., an unslnkcnblc thirst, came uri for the third time today on the and D. charge, and drew down a fine of five and costs, which he paid, "A wnvc of crime is sweeping-over I the !salil the Chief this morning. "From ctary point criirv coming in. Murders and safe-blowing seem lo be thfi principal I nature of the crimes, but the reason to be lurd to find "This morn- Ing crime report was received from Sheriff Collins, of Great Falls, ask- ing for the police to aid in the cap- iurc of two men who blew up a sj-le nl Sand Coulee, Just across the line BAILIFF IN LEGAL TANGLE Chatham, Out., Nov. 2. In the township ot Raleigh va peculiar situ ation lias arisen. Hailt'n Dillon, of Pilburj ittcmpttd to make a seizure on the farm of a man namc'd Free- hitn 'on Thanksgiving Day, when he was. attacked by some ol the wonvjn on the farm who drove him away with brooms Hi now dt-iAi. to bring action for assault against the wo- men, but it- is said, in-legal circles that, he M'us trespasser when he at- tempted to make the seizure on public linliilnv. MAY BE SIR ROBERT BORDEN AT NEW YEAR'S Wcw York, Nov. connection vim the visit, heia of Cinadn'a new iremler, Hobcrt Jlo-rden, It was iftclargd today that befovo Ions Mr. lol'den will become Sir Ilobort llord- m. Tho Duk'a of Connaufihl, tho new (jovernor-Genoral, IB lo have in Montana. The yeggmen got away Inroiighl with him an offer of a Iinlght- iwilh In-cnsli, besides valuable iind it will be granted amonit papers, bill no clue whatever has been ino New. Year's day honors, If not be- i found of'their .hiding-place. liorc. The big rush was ascribed by the clt treasurer to the fact that, strictl speaking it was the last-- day befor which interest is chargeable on pro tax arrears. THE COAST TO COAST FLIGHT Tuscon, Arft., Nov. C Hodgera was greeted here today on nis arriviil byr aerpplene by his al, Aviator K. G.1 Fowler, both wnom are now on the final stretch of ineir coast to coast flight. Cough io a Hurry A Family Supply of Rvmtdy for funded If It Cough nietliciDe3, as a rule, contain proportion of plain good in- gradient, but 0110 that can make. A pinlt ot granulated Kugtur, with K pint ot mrm water, stirred for S minutes, giv you M good syrup M money can buy, A 10 csnt bottlo of Plnpj, mlud In bottle- with honie-roiutQ sugar Brrur really bet you eouliibnrriwdy-i bottle with liome-roiulQ ingar oyrup, you Ifi ounces of really better cough than you could buy nwrty-mlxetl for There's a clear saving of fcl.OO. Full Di iu package. money couldn't bay quicker, remedy. Takes hold nt onco.gU Brrnn IIIBWV Inntant relief, and usually stops ba Isoflt obstinate, dccp-QTntcd In M boura. -Tt tftimubitcs tho appetite, IB llffhtly Luntlvo and ban a pletuant hOdreu lake U willingly. Splendid for Varacnefis, asthmn. ehedt pnlns, nnd. other hmftt troubles, and uncqimled for prompt -Multi iD whoopinff eongh. ___ _. _...t___ _ )rway Vhlte Flno extract, and la rich in jfrualaool .nd other natural healing plna chnucntg. Imply mix It itudlrecttxl with sugar syrup r ntrainal honor, and 16 Is ready for use. VteA In more noinc'8'ta ibo U. 3. ud aniichi than Any other cough remedy. Pinex often been imitated, but norer nothing vita will produoA Md to give alwoiiito satisfftction oi'mongr efumled. Ct'rtiflcato of Ktiaranteo vmptNMl In wwh rr.ittk.ifrc. Your dniffglst MI Vliwx or will gefc H foi- you. Ifnoi, to Tim 1'inex Co., Toronto. Olt. BANISH LIBERAL SLOGAN 1 i In the Provincial in the Province; of, Ontario Toronto, Nov. N. W. Rowell, K.C., can get through with hit high court work, the tib- eral platform In Ontario will not announced. hai Indicated what he In the way 'of planki to the reiolutlon commit- tee of the Ontario Reform Aito- 'elation, and they will jaaut no till the naw. leader ll tree to take hold.of In the coming election 'the Lib- eral tjogan .will be banian the oar. It it predicted In the citlei and In North Ontario that the pro- poaal to tax rather than the land It meeting wlth'fa- vor In the north much held Bunder icrlp, which held the growth of large retarded by the inactivity of the absentee Mlddlmx declared by Mr. Rowell's friends to be the con- In which he (hould WOMAN ESCAPES i; OPERATION WasCuredbyLydiaE.Piok- ham's Vegetable Compound remedies cured rrM and I have only taken all bottles of Ljrdla E. Pinkliam's Vmta- ----ble .Compound, 1 war sick three mouths and could not walk. I luf- fered all the time. The doctors mid'I could not jet well without, an opera- tion, tor I could hardly stand tha pains in my ittea, especially my right one, and down my WILL BE MODEL MJNWGTOWN Bridgend, the Headquart- ers of the Lethbridge Collieries Uridgend, the new' townske.recently applied for by the ownepj of; the Lath- bridge' Collieries, will soon be one of ne most -active of the little mining lages springing up bridge... So says Chaa. about Leth- Pargie, gen- eral manager of. .the 'Lethbridge Col ieries, who is here getting every- thing'in'shape for the', winter afcason at: the mines. The company, has now about 'So cottages built at Brldgend, all of which are occupied, and con- tracts have been let for the building of fifteen Biore. la going to ,be a ine llttlo said Air. Fergie .his morning "We haye fine water, siectrlc (ights, and good wide streets. sro shacks will be w'a are going to to make it one of the nost comfortable 'mining, towns -in nfi.'piirfof the west" Regarding the. supply. of coal to be expected from the, mine thii Winter, Ir. Fwgifl stilted that he thought nat.Uiey would raise ot leant 400 tons dally- through the winter, but the mount 'would keen Increasing all the ime. The development .has ibesn dc- ayed on account of tho non-arrival of he hoiatjnr engines, on the ocks. at Liverpool for two monthn urlng the recent, shipping strlte. iowever, they and are ow in place, and new men are.belng ut on .iveiy clay as thtt vfork of lie- ejopmerit is being pushed farther and arther along. The ultimate capacity of the .mine ill be 1800 dailv, hut it will be year this amount Is reached the development work on ccolint of the great 'depth at .which ley'are working However, a vciy no'quality of coal is being'Jd, nd the management will not cens g development operations until tiie line is fully opened out ifr. Forgre hucl very little to say egardlng the strike other than that hia opinion there il little donbl nat the final agreement will be rcach- cl within 11 couple, the mining Southern At- ria will Increase to many timca its resent .during, the three 1 activity now secured.' ______________riglit Idj. I began to feel better when I had taken only one bottle of Compound, but kept.'on as t was afraid to stop too SADIE 8i.; ZU wood, Ind. Why will women take with an operatiou or drag ouir'a aickly. half-hearted mining thiee- fourths of the JOJT of Urinf, when they can Hnd health in Lydia E. Plnktam'i Vegetable Coaipouud? foi thirty years It becm tlw ttandard remedy for female llli, and hai cured thotiwnda of women who hare been troubled with BKh ail- ments as Intaamatlon, iilcerariou, nbroid tumors, Irwgnlari- ties, periodic backache, iocihjea, tion, and nerTOUl prostration If jou hare Utt ullrhtest AmM that Lj-dln E. Vege- table Compound will help yen. write to Mm. Plnkham a.tXjno, Jliuui., for advice. Your letter Trill be absolutely coaifldftntiid, and the adrlce free. Chinese Assembly and Throne Working With That end in View Pekin, Nov. goverrnmMt plans for bringing anout'peace moved forward rapidly today with the throne national assembly working to- gether. The throne ordered. Yuan 8hi- Kai, the new premier, immediate- ly to Pekin aud the assembly in its otticial capacity telegraphed-1. General Li Yuen Neng, leader! of the revoiu- tlonfsts, reqtienting him to suspend noBtillties---pehding the result of endeavor to settle the differences of all parties. 0 N. fl.'t RECORD IN HANDLING; GRAIN Winnipeg, Man., date, ihe Canadian Northern hat' handled bus of grain In the West. a record for the period, and five mil- lions inoi'a than at the aaine time lalt WILL MAKE JAPS MAD reDort reached here. today that Chip- eie rebel batteries at Shun Yang have fired on a" Tapaneft steamer. The not hit It wan said, but the inci- dent, it is feared.- international complications DOING JUST AS lAURIERSAID iritish Government's Act- ion in Regard to Favor- ed Nation Treaties London, Nov. British gov- nmont Is apprmclilng Argentine, 'llvla, Denmark, Prance. Mexico, orocco, Norway, ,Ruaaia, SW5tlen (1 Venezuela, refjardinfc tho position ovcrroaa dominions under tho of Great Britain th those eoniilrliM, I .he object being secure if passible right for the erscaa. dominions to withdraw from ch treaties aimrt from the United ngdom. This action is in accord th the resolution of Sir .Wilfrid lcr ot ihw recent Imperial Confer- oe. MAKES STOMACH TROUBLE VANISH NO INDIGESTION, HEARTBURN, DYSPEPSIA FIVE MINUTES LATER Why not get thii mo- ment and forever rid i yourwlf o( Stomach trouble and Indigestion? A., dieted stomach gets the blnen and good eat. then" take Pane's Dtepepaln to itart tihe di- gestive juicef working. There will nft dyspopda or belching of or eructations of undigested food; no feeling like a Inrhp of lead In the atom- ach or ikk bcadacht and Dizziness, and your food will not fer- meiit 'am! 'poison your breiath with, nauseous odors. "Pane's Dlaiwpsio'costs onlf for a laige case at any dmr "tore here; and .will relieve the molt ob- stinate case: of-Indigestion and Btomaeh In five minutes. There Is nothing else bettw to taie Han- from Stomach and cleiuise the Itoniach and Intestines, and, besides, one slr.ilo dose will digest and preoara lor assimilation Into the blood all your food the same as a sound, heslthy stomach'- do It. When Dinpepsin works, your stonv ach Itself in order, clems then you fuel like eating when ron come to the table, .and what you eat will do you, good. Absolute relief from all Stomach Misery 13 waiting for: you as soon AS yo.u decide to take a little Diapepiln. Tell your that you want, i'ape's DUpenaln, Hcauie you want to becoma thoroughly cured this time. Remember, If your stomach (Mia aut.of order and iincomfortable. now, you can surely get relief In five ntes. ;