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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LCTMBRIOQC DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, IBM. Bulk Tea Loses Flavor It not only loses flavor but it takes on now ones, such kerosene, molasses, onions, coffee, soup, etc., to say nothing of its exposure to sun, dust, dirt and air. To overcome this I! SA1ADA I! District News is sold only in sealed lead in bulk_ MILK RIVER ITEMS Milk River, Oct. dear, when we read ia our home papers of the snowstorms and cold weather prevailing down there, we wan't helo but appreciate this land of bright sunshine, more and more. Potatoes seem to do well in this s part of Alberta, and most of the I farmers are more than delighted with I their yield. Mr. Jerry Lewis dug I over 500 bushels on his homestead from spring breaking, and expects to put acres next spring. on Section 1, had in acres, aiiu will put in more Mr. eight next I Anything and the Best the At Nobody Was Many Shots Were Fired Jackson, Ky., Nov. Although a dynamite bomb was exploded and tnou'iands of shote were fired in laet night's wild election celebration, only walla and plaster was damaged. Sev- eral persona in their had nar- ruw escapes bullets ploughed through walls and windows. B. D. Hed-wine, Democrat, appar- ently has carried the county by 350 votes for circuit court judge over J. P. Adams, the incumbent. The otfler Democratic candidates 'or all offices also appear to be in the lead. The soldiers from Cynthiana WORKS ACCEPTED year. i It is surprising how quickly a good i were stationed during the night on Successful'country will settle up. .The writer, i public square here, is rr- Accident Taber, Alta., Nov meeting in town hall "on 1. being one of the first settlers here. 'had occasion to drive over the cou-n- Oj I try one -day this week, and cannot Qn what one lors HaytK-t, Smith, Davis and Campbell Market affordS 1 i with Mayor Douglas in at all hours Ghow Sara. Co. RESTAURANT the town council vas held prairie a year ago last spring, j now apparently is all settled up with -3 people who are not just sticking it putting; up good substantial buildings and breaking up their land, and in sense making it their future I made a business" Lethbridge one day last week. -ported that they possessed not a round of ammunition. Today the military here was ro-inforccd by the j arrival of the Lexington who were stationed at- Crockfttsville yes- torday. The band of celebrating mountaineers was also re-inforced. Perfectly level oven bottom A "warped" or uneven oven bottom tilts pie plates and causes juice to run over and stain oven you have to clean up the regular occurrence if you own an ordinary range. Sask-Alta Steel Range No such annoyance with Sask- Alta oven bottom. Double "S" oven stiffeners, double bolted, are placed so as to prevent any possibility either at sides or center. Sask-Alta oven bottom is per- fectly level when you buy the LETHBRIDGE AGENTS range and will stay that way for all will never "warp." Sask-Alta steel oven is a splendid will accommodate four pie plates on oven shelf. Just ask McClary agent to show you Sask-Alta. 28 home. Will Moellering i The meeting was called at S o J The minutes of the last meeting were read and adopted. The secretary was authorized to make payment in- stallment now due on Legal Sub-Di- vision "L. S. 9, of 18, 10. 16, pur-j p chased some time ago by the town' j for future- use. A letter from the soc- rotary of the school board asking that Taber. Nov. thousand dollars be paid to the i Literary TABER one Knox Church Society held 'their first credic: of the school account. The sec- meeting in the church on Friday night, Oct. 29. Rer. Gor- New Bridge At Cardston Cardstoa, Nov. Frank- Minor, Leonard Johnson and William Baxter, all of Magrath are in town today. Mr. De Voe Woolf, the assistant principal- of the Public School, is still confined to: bed, nursing a badly strain ed ankle. It will be two weeks be- fore he will be able to resume .his school work. An epidemic of chicken pox recent- ly made its rounds in Gardstoa. of the children at school were taken sick with the malady, but it seems to have passed away leaving no injurious effects. The, bridge across the Belly river will be located on the road -allowance east of the bungalow at the Cochrane Ranch. This was definitely decided by Inspector McKinnon after looking; i rei'ary. was ordered to pay this. The following accounts as 0. K. by the don, of Let-hbndge, finance committee were ordered paid. I tutc.'on MountauKermg. which a lee- was Trading Go., Taber Trading: Alberta Drug Co., -523.25. The following accounts were read and referred back to the finance com- mittee. Herald Pub. Co., Edmonton Bulletin, H. P. Monroe, Great West Coal Co., Councillor Beck reported re Mr. ReynokU' survey for sidewalk grade. The report was ordered to be laid I enjoyed by all who had the privilege 'of'hearing him. The. following offic- ers for the Society were elected S. Ervine, Mr. Holmes, 1st vice-pres.; Mrs. Powell, 2nd vice- pres.; Miss Fulton, treasurer, and J. Williard, secretary. The members of the Executive committee are Mr. j Victory .Mr. Mr.-.S. Bligb. [Mrs. Maclean, Mrs. Williard, and j Miss Macleod. There was. a good at- tendance, aad after the tsual busi- ness had been transacted light ro- BEDFORT WAS BATTY London, Ncv. E. Bodfort, who some weeks ago confessed to the murder of Ethel at Ham- ilton, Ont..'again remanded today at B'-'W street police court. Interviewed, Bedfort says he did out of tovn us." AGED POLITICIAN DROPPED DEAD The petition from the rste payers was presented asking that steps be taken for a better system of lighting. It was explained that Mr. Kidd, of the Canada West Goal Co., has prom- ireshments were the So- ciety. The next programme will be held on FrMay, HOT. 12th, at tie church. Mr. T. Frazer is building a. iwo- room cottage on the corner of. Filth street, north, and Russel Ave. He not remember having made any con- j fession of having murdered Mis? Kin-: rade. He sa-id he only read the ac-' counts of the murder in the Canadian newspapers. Bediort today t-o-ld his sister that he did not remember his bring at her house on Oct. 11, before- he gave himself up to Scotland Yard, j Be-uiort's. sister that she thought! Kingston, K. Y., N--V. making vigorous campaign for su- .pervisc-r of Plattskill to-wnship, John J. Hait, SO years old, a democrat, died of heart failure soon after the close of the polls last night. His opponent was elected, but Mr. Hait knc-TSf nothing of the he died. He had been prominent for her brother had a strange look in his eyes and that he is insane. i many years in politics in Ulster county. COAL CONSPIRACY TRIAL WILL BE LONG Halifax, 3sT. S., Nov. looks as if the coal operators' oonspiraey trial -will bo as long as 'the strike at Glace Bay and Springville. Many objections have bec-n threshed D'ARCY TATE ILL Winnipeg, Nov. Tate, W. C, T. U. OFFICERS St. John, Nov. the Domin-.'of Montreal, solicitor for the Grand j ion W C. T, U. convention .today Trunk Rail-way. ised to have meters rectified and the expects to !t the' ennially instead of bi-ennially -was Elinor Smith, of Nova. Scotia, i trip of inspection with General Man- was elected secretary; Mrs. .Ada R. .ager Chamberlain., of the Grand McLachlin, of Hamilton, Ont., L. [Trunk Pacific, was taken suddenly ill Y. L. secretary, and Mrs. Asa Gor-' on the road, and was brought into, don, of. Ottawa, of Quebec, editor of. Winnipeg today by special train. He the Bulletin., the order's paper. is to be in a critical, condition. Mrs. 8. A. Jones, of Quebec, was i appointed delegate to a -world's T1 1 vention on prison work., to ba held 1 FclClG in Washington. A motion to bold a t Dominion W. C. T. U. .meeting- tri-1 out but each session seems v> bring 4. with it its own problems and the tak- j evidence is very slow. Only 4, the correspondence, between Messrs.' -f Dick and Morrow so Jar has been in j 4. j o H N evidence. j Today General Manager Duggan j produced correspondence between Mr. Morrow and -Mr. Dicks. Mr. Mor- evidence was the only feature trial. W. B. A. Ritchie. Ring Up 108 I When yon want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily BRODIE: t: t 4 Is Increasing petition in the meantime was laid on the table. as e W G-eo. C. Miller and S. Ervine, dele- j gates sent by the Board of Trade to Plans of a sub-division of Block the Dry Farmms: Congress at Bill- Tw-nty-three, were submitted and j ings> Montana( returned on Monday. aftera brief discussion, passed. Tenders for Water System Tenders for the instalation of the mgs, [They report the congress as being a big success. Taber sent a. large ex- hibit, but did not get any prizes, on lost. Recommendations for police ed from letters--to prove that the Do- minion Coal Company had entered into an agreement to charge a certain price on coal, wanted Bay of TFun-j dy points. This Mr. Kitehis claim-; ed was to leave the trade with some other 'company. Early in the session in .the..morning General Manager Duggan. c-f the Do- minion Coal Company, -was called j upon to produce letters in "his pos- session. These were produced nnd j Mr. Duggan was allowed to retire. i General Teaming We do all clawea of teaming J on the notice. J, faction guaranteed. If yon 4 weed coal and you want the best value your money will buy, me. Goal must be paid for on delivery. E. J. TICKNER Box 1954 malrons women as police and other over the situation. There will be j waterworks system were opened and account_ of the delegates not entering about feet of lumber in addi- Allowing were the lowest tendeis: tion lo the steel works and piling j For material This 'bridge, will be a great conven- j fications ience -to all the travellers between according to Speei- matters tending to better care of -wo- men prisoners -were made. ANOTHER SUFFRAGETTE VISITS AMERICA New York.. Nov. ranks of Frank Nov. amount of goods 'passed at customs for October ELECTIONS AT MANILA Manila, .Nov. from the exhibit for prizes. We trust that delegates who go in the future will I another important member today when .was duties collected ?Vigeneral of- of the 165.33. Compared with October one I provincial governors and year ago .-when the amount of goods municipal cfficers. are coming in passed was duty collected, daily The Nationalist- have carrk-d showing, the large. increase I tiie provinces of Llieuna. Place Tour Orders for 1V I'iJ-t the waragectcs were augmented by Of goods of and duty and not overlook this matter. The ex- I hibits were good, and no doubt would Cardston and Pincher Creek, besides the many farmers and ranchers living; across the Belly Riber. The Canada Iron Corporation, Ltd., bave capturetl a number of prizes. Montreal, The fire department was called out ing friends and. relatives in Cardston. Our friend Wash -soon leaves for a mission in the Eastern States. Dur- Valvos and Hydrants, etc., Speei- j to the Canada- West Pasture on Mon- fications London Foundry i day morning to put out a blaze start- ed on the prairie. The fire was out before the department reached the which was a lucky thing, as a Co., London, Ont.. Contract for Labor I Burns, of Medicine Hat. ing the winter Mrs. Brimhall will re- j Tenders for stand pipe Contract O. side in Provo and return nert June; were rejected and the secretary was to Cardston. i instructed to notify Gait Smith J. W. Woolf, Esq., M.P.P., and his, to have plans prepared for an els-, father Patriarch John A. Woolf will- rated tower in place of a stand pipe. leave for Utah within the next ten j A discussion took place as to the' days. The elder Mr. Woolf will re-1 appointment of a night 'constable main until late next spring but Mr. j The matter was left in the hands of Woolf, M.P.P. will attend the session of the Legislature to convene during the early part of the winter. Messrs. S. M. Woolf and Wm. Pill- meeting then adjourned after "beins ing returned from the Dry Farming in session until midnight. Hfirold Jarvia, the no i strong south-west wind was blowing. Mr. S. Bennett is building a lean to his house on Probcrt Aye. and 6th street, north. H. Hudson has the contract. Mrs. Philip Snowdera arrived from Liverpool-on the steamer Carmania. She comes here on 'a lecturing lour which will f-rke her as far west as Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. Snowden said she sympathised the militant suffragettes. Speaking of a probabili- ey oi abolishing the House of Lords, for the Childrenrs Christmas she said much depended on the dis- Among the defeated ean- i did ates is Governor Cailles. of Lag- At Lille Police court br-fore Justice 1 a FiHpino. vho .-liai? Pinkney, Ambrose Olivet was tried j executive rf that province. for assaulting Wm. Lyall by striking! -_______________ on the fsce. Ambrose pleaded guilty and. was fined and costs, in all.. The Lille people have collected celebration. It is reported that the C. A. C. C. Go., of Frank have had placed state she' said. "It is to their credit 'to improve position of tie budget question. "The people oi England are in a needless to say that so iar a? thp King himself is concerned, he does nc-t thrir mines. The C. P. R. 3re inking 300 ions a day from them. It is the License and Police Committee to j t get applications for the position, j and report at the next meeting. The! A new time table has gon-e into ef- wish, to-see the-House of Lords abol-1 considered the' Frank Cool feet. The train from Medicine Hat. ,ished." A number of .suffragettes j the best- for steam purposes in the which arrived at 1 o'clock, arrives at Mrs. Snowden at the pier. I pass. 12.05 p.m. BARTON MURDERER Hamilton, Ont., Nov. somt; c-f 'the people who saw the Bar- i ton murderer, profess to we a resrsn- in tiie pict-ures of Otto j ler, charged with uiurder at New- York, and the provincial authorities on th.- strength of this have be.crun an investigation, the theory was pret- JAS. FRAME i Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 only HO pounds and is 5 feet one- half inch in height. Barton, murd- ty well exploded today wlien an offic- according to police description.. er received an official description of Mueller. The Islip weighs feet 10 inches in height d 180 pounds BLAIRMORE Blairmore, Alta.. Nov. Congress held at Billings, Montana, recently. Both express themselves as pleased with the congress and espe- cially delighted with the results of the exhibits from Cardston. RESOLUTIONS ON MORAL REFORM Shera and Hinds leave tonight for _ Macleod to attend the firemen's ball j there and will return on the flyer. j Chapman, who quite recently was j a guest in the, 3 singer of Detroit, who was billed for a in the Opera House on T T i T JL ;ST ITISH BUILT PLOWING TRACTOR pices of ihe Independent Order of Odd Fellows, failed to come and the reason of his non-appearance lias not bs-..-n learned. A large number Toronto, Nov. call-1 of tickets were sold, and had he ing for the suppression of race track and handbook gambling and for leg- islation making adultry and the co- habitation of married couples unlaw- ful were passed by the Toronto Pres- byteria at its monthly meeting to- day and will be forwarded to the .Dominion authorities. Premier Lau- rier, Hon. A. B. Aylesforth and the Hon. Cliarles Murphy were vspec- jally aiMitioned and it is to them that the appeal is addressed: Cameron occupied tlv chair for the first rnno Rev. D. G. moderator's appeared, no doubt a big crowd would have heard him. A team attached to a buggy, be- is expected, shortly renew his visit for an extended period, in the mean- time having forged a cheque here for fifty-two dollars. He has skipped tn B. C. for a short trip only, that is unless he outwits the authorities. Detective Piper from Macleod came up yesterday, looking for someone. j SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR CANADA AND MANUFACTURED BY MARSHALL, SONS CO., LTD., GAINSBOROUGH, ENGLAND longing to Mr. Jas. Pierson, ran away about noon on Tuesday. The party j driving the team was sitting on a and in some manner got over The painters will shortly finish Mr. Sparkc's new residence. The weather is very unsettled here -r i> v j ___ __, balanced ,nd out of the buggv. Prcscnt' __ -.__ _ j. f mrvctitr -..e team ran into a buggy on Doug-' m' lass Ave.. near the. post office and intervals, but mostly blowing. smashed things up a little. The team was near the Bank oi Hamilton without any damage to themselves. GREATE PRINCE RUPERT First Offering of Town Lots at FORT GEORGE Tfce geograpMcal and commercial center of Central British of a splendid WHEAT AND MIXED FARMING COU3STBY. Gate-way to NECHACO, BXTLEX02Y, FE.ASEK, PEACE BIVEB AND OTHEE, VA.I.T.EYS, of GABIBOO ana YTT HAU WAY BETWEEN EDMONTON AND PRINCE RUPERT ON LINE OF THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY. TITLE TO LOTS GUARANTEED AND INSURED BY THE GOVERN- Ol" TEE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. Write quickly for maps of this great Inland Empire of Canada, also offi- cial information regarding climate, lands, mining, etc, Natural Resources Security Co. WINCH BLDO., VANCOUVER, B. C. I TABER NEWS 3. Mitchell returned Tuesday j morning from the western of I the- province, after being away about !about a week. i S. Wing left on Monday for Salt Lake City. Utah, for a few j months' stay with friends ?nd rela- i lives. Her health of Inte has not, I been very good and no doubt a much needed rest change of j climate will aid her "in recovering. A. A. Bulgn, of Grassy Lalce, was I in town Tuesday between trains on business. iSCHOOL BOYS TO ENLIST IN THE NAVY Ottawa, Nov. connection wills the scheme of naval defence, it is understood that facilities be af- j (lets and it, is probable, that educa- tional institutions in different parts of the country will be given the full- est opportunity io cuiLsi a certain of their stiidents in the ser- vice. The cruiser which is to be used as