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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE. FOUR THfc LETHBfi.DGt' DAILY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1909. MARKET Winnipeg, Man., Nov. op- to 3 lower and closed -A to I- lower today. All markets opened a shatie under yesterday. .Closing pric- es weakened, Minneapolis, selling De- cember down to. and May There was a re-action just before the close which brought prices up over opening prices. All news is bearish and export demand very Think markets will sell lower as good tnanv shorts have covered on the in'1 Winnipeg. November opened December' May Ofij. Closed, No- vember December May 97. November oats closed December; 32J; May 35A Success Of American Flying Machine LETH8RIDGE No. I Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3' Northern No. I Alb-Tta. Rod No. 2 Alberta Red No. 3 Alb.n-t.-i Oats, per cwt....... Barley Flax Caul..- on the Steers, per !b........ Cows, per Ib...... Hogs Live, per cwt...... Dressed, per cwt. Sheep: Live, per cwt. Dressed, per cwt. Poultry: Geese Turkeys Chickens Fowl Ducks 0 15 Butter and Eggs: Dairv butter 0 13 MARKETS 0. SO 0 77 0 74 0 79 0 76' 0 73 070 0 25 1 00 0 03 0 02K 7 50 0 00 ...A 50 0 00 0 15 0 20 0 15 0 10 0 03J 0 8 00 10 00 4 65 10 001 Special for Tuesday and Wednesday Ontario Tomatoes in baskets at 75c Ontario Apples and Quince Tokay Grapes Bananas, etc. Gaily Herald Market Place to sell or to rent place it in this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions .'or J! PHOPErtTY FOR SALF FOE cseh, bal. .per month, 4 roomed house and lot in Duff Addition. Apply P. 0 Box 1842. 272-6 FOR and lot; lot 25 x 125, all fenced; water in house; also a large assortment of household fur- niture. Must sell quickly. Apply 522 Norman St., North Ward. 270-6 SITUATIONS VACANT Lady for boarding Good 'Wasies to right party. Box 43, Herald ollice. house. Apply 274-x FOR Lot 7, Block 17, iiuui St. Duff Addition, 25 x 140, ten i minutes from city square, price Lot 10, Block about 112 ft. aye, room for two cottages, price X- -Mack-wood at 809, Redpath bL 273-6 Ask for Fleischman's Yeast" We have it A competent I Good wages. Apply 'Mrs. D. C. i GibboiH riott. G41 Round St. I i b-H KOUlKl St. dinirijr FOR Lots in any part cf the servant. city on monthly payment plan R V Co., Ott Bl-.-ck. Phonp 274-12 Craddock Family Grocers Redpath Street Sherlock Block room girls at FUR roomed house on Apply Couklulc Restaurant, Torrance Avenue, Nortli Ward Ap- 273-6 j Ply .116 Ave.' weii driller, imrne-j FOR SALK-7 roomed house, inborn jdiatMy. Apply 3 miles north'of Chml'Couits street. Terms. M Dow- I Station. George W. Coffee. 273-G i Hotson and Leader.! Redpath Street, City. Johnston's Drug Store. 275-3 LAND SALE IFOR SALE-320 acres experienced sales ladv niv rr TT 1 for the notions and pattern counter. P H- Heialu office- j Apply Manager Hudson's Bay Co. (V-o 8-19. Ap- 272-0 Xov. L-.'" This was tht 0 16 0 22 0 15 0 12X 0 16 .cry tiiatiiirsT pupil tunu-d out by Mr. Wilbur half-past Wright. The startled! Starting from Juvisy half- four, .lie made a round of the field and then headed direct for th- city. It was a Wright Paris, kilometr, s away. I i wc-nt up ill ran.- four a-ui o'clock. exclamation was rue- For the first time an plane was living over For a first-class -job in hdght of about four CLEANING AND DYEING j hundred and fifty yards, then return-j Iie3> Or G.ents. Clothes call at i Ei-aching the Eiffel Tower he circled about it at a woman dish- washer. Apply Alexandra Cafe. 273-0 ed to Juvisy, making the round trip in fifty minutes. "The sensation .th.t flight created in Paris was one of frantic enthusiasm. Creamery butter Eggs, per dozen Vegetables: E-.'iatoes, per cwt. Onions, .per i.Feed: Hay .prairie H'ay, blue join: 'Hides: 0ry............... Cured 0.30 0 30 0 21 0 35 0 40 TWO MILLION DOLLAR BUILDING WiLL FALL NVw ff'.'i'iv. Xov. as t'j T-lir- stabiliry of tin-- two million dollar criuiinai buikiinir, which tht 0 05 deparuuerii rJerecl. a.s uns.-iiV. were airgravatuJ NEW S. P. R.'SUPERINTENDENT. RAILWAY 'MIN DO THE CITY DYE WORKS j Phone 353 I NIGROS IN DANGER OF BEING LYNCHED A.- Southard" FOR proposition will Will rent 1-2 section ir- iJ 1-2 miles from Leth- m house, cistern, cel- Stable 22 horses. 30 (acres m fall wheat. Stubble mostlv ung lady to (.turned. worth of hay produc- ouater. Apply ed annually. Renter must buy for ards. store, (No cash if all ma. secured) all ma- cattle, horses and house- furniture. Big to make miners for pick 50 to 100 per cent, of these brood work. Apply Fox Simms, Coal j mares, stallion and butter Citv, Alta. m rp 4 ierms to suit. Apply Box 85 Herald. STARTED AS 3RAK-EMAN HONOR TO SUPT. MAHARG By People in West Virginia for At- class interior wire- j i men Steady employment at union Office Who Replaces J. Nibiock Medicine Hat, Xov. officers MISCELLANEOUS FOP SALE W. L. McKenzie Co., Bed- White Woman FOR SALE OR E that pivpara- j.gvoes who are under here rinteudent at Medicine Hat. OI railway-matters 'Dr.. Trainsmaster A. Hobkirk, 0 00 0 00 10 00 Good Water Means'Good You insure both bv using the Berkefeld Filter. The Berkefeld Fil- ter removes all impurities from water, including cholera, typhoid and other disease bacilli. ,It is scientifically constructed and 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. Jt 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 does away with the slightest risk of disease arising from impure water. place where drinking water is required, every hospital, school, ho- workshop, pubic building or office sfipuld have and no dwelling house should be without one. .Boiling your drinking water is a laborious and inefficient plan for making- it safe. You do not have to do this if you use "BERKEFELD FILTER ill purposes and in all sizes are manufactured and supplied, i Our representative will call on thej households of the City within the next few days with a sample filter, which passes under it at this' point, !'county. Ontario, and commenced his from beiuir cuved in ".should the railroading experience as a freight brakernau at Toronto in 1835.-. then he served a? freight and Since building, collapse. Street car service on CVutre street, another of the streets upon which the building this and trainmaster and as- District Master'. Mechanic R. D. Smith, Chief Train ispatcher C. E. j Mansfield, Divisional Engineer W.H. conductor. -He was trainmaster! McLeod, B. and B. Master W. H. G> rdon. Roatlmaster A. Olson, E. made i, two above. below building. Traffic in the sub'wav the was at Kenora assistant superintendent at Moose! -Jaw. He was superintendent at Bran-' allowed to continue, but c-or'.- Saskatoon and Medicine Hat. j Mr. Maharg is 5 man of marked! ability as a railroad man. and the) news oi his promotion will be wel- comed bv manv friends. were given to pas? the threatened at reduced speed. The city prison, familiarly known as the Tombs, which adjoins the Criminal courts building on the south, was visited by building inspectors today on the report that it too, was settling. Ex- amination revealed a small fissure in the outer wall of the structure, but i no preparations to abandon the pn- ninT-rH T P Cd by ttie MoIJTIeal LlSht'v Foreman A. Mai- hnson, Road Foreman E. Lemieux, Car Foreman J. R. Allan, Chief Clerk M. T. Biette., Tardmaster J. H. Cam- eron, of Medicine Hat, W. Garland of .TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS I Lethbridge, Agent C. Strong of Medi- cine Hat. l j An enjoyable' evening was spent j with music and speeches and the G. Waters, mer B C -woodsmen. Highest paid. Elk Lumber Co. Hos-f last evening bv an infuriated crowd j and riddled -with shot. Word from the Lockhold home at! __________ Exchange near here is that Mrs. I respectable girl. Apply 237-0 -c-ni? Lockhold will recover. j 1010 Ford St. Although it has not been definitelv decided whether, the two negroes in j custody, were implicated in the as- St. sault, the residents of this part of West Virginia are greatly excited. I housekeeper i- f Medium sized Taylor safe for sale cheap. Apply P. Q Box. 643 or Phone 293 for particulars. 274-6 lald- During the night the jail was .heavily S; Box guarded and today twelve deputies armed with Winchesters are on dutv inside the prison. One of the pri- 266-0 soners protests his innocence. He is John Robinson, of Elkins, W. .Va. j meeting broke 'up about 11.30 -every- j The othar one is sullen and' refuses {one wishing Mr. Maharg success in Montreal, Que., Nov. i his new district, and the guest of Bernler and Lineman Cadieux, em- j the. evening briefly respondig to the were maae. WHITE STAR LINE ADRIATIC AGROUND Managed to Free Herself Before Any i Sarious Damage Was Done and Power Company, were electro- cuted by a live wire while at work at'Chambly, 20 miles south of Mont- real, yesterday. Halifax, N. Dominion Coal expressions of appreciation. COBALT SHIPMENTS and will explain its working and fur-j Adriatic of the White Star line ran nish all particulars as to this hy-jaground a pemc safeguard. .You cannot afford to be without Agent: T. E. Patteson Room 7 Oliver Block Toronto.. Nov. ore. ship- ments from Cobalt from January 1. to October 30 are pounds, .0' tons, while the total ship- ctc.. but affidavit read to-day from nu'nts for tlie Avho1' of 190B were .his physician at Montreal, declaring! 25'463 tons' Tn 1907-- t the entranct of Ambrose lhat Rosg is .Q bad health tons and la 1906, tons were pro- York, Xov. steamer I pany, subpoenaed to attend j into alleged combination of channel while utt erupting to enter 'the harbor early t-'day. She lies in uu easy position and will probably [IK floated in the rising tide. The Ad- riatic sailed Oct-ciber 23 from South- inquiry prices. coming, to Halifax might be injurious io him. Toronto, Nov. Ker, years old, unmarried, and John Har- i good general servant. Apply Mrs. cor. Crabb and Conrtland. 270-0 men to work in sugar on iarm of Knight Sugar Co. at Eaymond. Apply at Kaymp-nd office. The assault on Mrs. Lock- hold was most brutal. After break- Ing into the house the three negroes tied the husband hand and foot and fira-t class .plasterers 270-6 under his eyes ill-treated his -wife. Soon after the negroes departed Lock hold freed himself and organized 'a posse from among the farmers. One of the men, Charles' Lewis, 'was trac- ed to a small store in the vicinity of the Lockhold home arid shot dead, as! at once to woik on hotel, at Carman- gay. Apply to' K. P. Simpson, Car- mangay, Alta. 270-6 once, one Lamson three point cash earner, almost new, m first class condition. The Mar- shall Hardware Co., Limited. Medi- cine Plat, Alta. 274-6 FOR No. 3 famous Koot- enay range with high closet and hot water tank. Also three heating stoves, all in good condition. Apply to Major W. B. Burnett, 622 Court-land St. 73-6 FOR and light demo- crat wagon, broken in for 'harness and cheap. Apply 709 Crabb at. 275-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED TO modern house, close in. aid office. Apply Box Q.. Her- 274-Ox wanted by.the day at the Private Hospital, North Ward. Miss Daintv. 270-0 for boarding house. T T. 1 1. 1 j.w J, 4iW he reached into his pocket for a wea- Good wages to right party. Apply pon. Several hours later, the two! Box 43, Herald office. 274-6 men now under arrest were captured, j duced by company. Shipments for week ended October are SITUATIONS iVANTED with al 1 interested in the formation of a class for the purpose of studying mininsr. Taught by a good practical'man''-with Old Country and Canadian certificat- es for superintendent: Address W. Hampson, Lethbridse P. 0. 74-6 p-jumls-, or So tone from eight 4 than last week with 8' liampton' via. Cherbourg for New Ottawa. Nov. George H. Brad-! .York with a large passenger list. bury. M.P. for Selkirk, first of scs-j Passengers on the steamer Aclria- sional arrivals, states that western t. if: >.f thr; White Star Line were de- sentiment is for direct naval contri- j Uiiiird tit the harbor mouth fo sov- bution. j hours today while the Ah'insion, Ont., Nov. Albert E. j pti-anuT was clearing herself from Ketch, editor and proprietor of grip of the sands at the entrance vinston Free Pri-ss. died suddenly i to Ambrose channel. Into this shoal this morning of neuralgia of the she had driven her prow while at- heart. He leaves a widow and three! tempting TO make port on her trip children. court, 73 vears old, of Walkerton. rooms bv married I couple, steam heated preferred. Box .'farm man- 2 Herald office. 274-6 ager. Thoroughly up to improving' i and managing farm from 1-2 section j To purchase secondhand here fr.-m Southompton via _ l mi i had. rolluwed the robbers irom Car- THE ENSIGN -how cards, price tickets, enamelled let- ters, banners, slides, bourg mid Qut-fiisiown. The Adria- tic grounded before daylight and when it was that she was hard nephew of Ker, were found suffocated to death, in Ker's home, Dafoe St.. this morning, from gas from a tube, i which it is supposed Ker had disc-on- i nected in falling to sleep at the I table. Des Moines, Iowa, Nov. city marshal of Carrol, Iowa, was shot and killed by one two robbers <-arly today near Glidden, seven miles east of Carroll. Patton. the marshal, r; 11, wiivre tliey had entered a house -i 4, artificial palms, vines, etc. for inter- and last, inoiish in no daneer. ior decorations. Co.. P. 0. the W-K c-ln. Cummin Smith i 1' C