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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1908. PAGE THREE Capital, Rest aild ViilvIM ProlHs Exceed $5�Q00,000 Balld Up Yoir liluee hi your SlvlMgS AcCMllS BOW-wlicii you are selling the scdson's crop, or getting the returns from yoar Dairying, Deposit as much and as often as you can ia the Uuion Bauk of Canada, and make your money earn interest. Then if you need it later on, you can draw what you ' W�nt without delay or inconvenience. Interest paid 4 time? a year at highest current rate. $1.00 or upward opens an account. LETMBRIDQE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Mnnager. Taber Tftbcr" Sept. 2.-Prior to the arrival ^6f lui ciitti'bound passenger train oMda^ lost week Contstablo Uullock recetved' ft tflegrnm to arrest nii n-ebriate' Who Was oki board creating a ll�nerul disturbance and terrorizing tlie po-sscngers. On the p.rrival of tho'train the condtictor turned over the: "uhdmiWibl�' pA!isctig�!r" to the waiting 'offic^k^; who, with sonic dlffl-cultyi'landcd 'him in the "palatial residence" for vogfl and drunks. At 10 o'olttitk i oh tlie following morning at the' �irhcst; sollcitaiion of Magistrate Aubin, this di8gr^ihtlc, 11. 17, wo.st ot 4th MeritUtvn, hi\s boou grnntwl by the government as a iiublic-right of way. Also a road bbginning nt the centre ot the same section and running north one half niilo to township 10, has been likewise gra'nted. John B, Iluish, A. 11, Barnes, and F. C. Barnes, of Bantry, N. I)., arrived in Taber last evening for the purpo.se of securing homestead lands. Over one hundred men nt Coal City �ro daily on the various companies' puy rolls. The Bcmmon Bros, hotel IS taxc*) to the limit as the patronage is so large. It is said the proprietors are planning tui extension to tno already commodious structure In the near future. . The continuous string of coal waggons going to and fro along Walton boulevard, a mile and" half to the cars, is a fact, telling ot the return of the'wave ot prosperity to this district, boing far greater than that of any previous year. A low days more and Coal City will. bo connected with the ,outside world by telephone. The electric lights will follow. The monthly report of the tlepart-mcnt of health shows no casc-of in-fcctli*tis or contagious disoaac; during the month of Octolx-r. The people, generally, are enjoying the best of health. The report .shows that there were three deaths, ono of bronchitis, and two of diorrhoon. Other informa tlon contained in the report of the board is .seven births, five fomnlcs Lundy It is with groot regret that wo record the diialh of Mrs. .Teflsie Oueloy, who diud on tlu'. lOl.li ot October. Mr.t. Ouslcy liad biicn ailing for some time nncl on I lie Tuesday ijrcccding her dedtli liiid vi.sitcd, Uiu doctor but hud boon grenlly cli6'er'!d by his report. Hinvitvur, unexpected oiimplicntions sot in and lier death followed on Friday. Tho brothin' and sistor of till' dcconHPd nrriv(!d on Monday but owing to tho aevcro storm the fimcral wiis postponed until Wodnosdny. SiMvicp wns couduetod In tlie sohool house, the Unv. Mr. Ridley oflicialing. Tim Hornion was full of comfort for tlio.se wlio wi>rn Ir-ft tq mourn and an \w pictured that bonutiful land in which her spirit wns now at rf.it., wo could better rcnli/,i! that all Vfaa tor the best. Mr. Onslcy had b(!on nmonRsl us but 11 Uwv montlis and ypt in that short tinii', had won the love, respect and confidence of .ill. But yot, though gone, she has left hcliind tho influoncn of n good wo-inn.n. The sympothy ot the whole conwnunity wns shown during the poriod of trial nntl is now oxtonded to ii sorrowing and heartbroken husband. Hdjior lloll of I.undy S.l). for the month of October: I'avt 1.-Vidn^ Johnson, Evelyn Welsh, Marion Rlaine, Lloyd l,yon�, Mtirtha Bukkiln. Part I. Sr.-Frank Wol.sli, Dora Welsh, Jano Welsh. Part II.-William j\[oor, 'oracc Trneman, Lily ,Iui�.silu. Staiulnrd 11. Jr.-Andrew Lunde, Alvan Lyons, Ht^len Lyons. Standard II. Sr.-^Franklin Christ^ ianson, M.iy Trnoman, John .Smith, Mamie Lyons, Willie Lynns, Snima Ju.Hsila. Standard III. Jr.-Ida Lunde, Isa-bolhi Inkster, Lcno Ohristinnson, Wnr-rtin Paulson. Standard 111. Sr.-Seymour Welsh, Xieorge Welsh, Belle Welsh. Standard IV.-Julia Meer. Standard V.-Stanley Welsh, May Dart, Ben Dart ,Mary Inkster. ST. PAUL TO VANCOUVER Railroad Contrntor's Prediction of a Through Tr�ln Service Spokane, Wash., Nov. .3,-"I expect to see through trains from St. Paul running to Vancouver over tho Victoria, Vancouver cS: Eastern rail-rond before the, end of \r.s of the city, over this drop from 25 cents for a haircut to 15 cents chased a new thrco-sea tofl hack and will be projiared to carry passonpcrs and baggage. � Clarence Degroff has retia-ned to again take up his homcstond duties. At This Time, However, Lord Gurzon Had Enough For His and Child's Needs FOSTER A HEAVY LOA D > t'4  Cctour � I PRICES j BARLEY AND HOPS-a food and a tonic. A trifle of alcohol- an aid to digestion. That's beer. If you get a pure beer---well aged--nothing is better for yoy. It is not good advice to say "Don't drink beer." There are many who need it. Your dqctor advises beer. The healthiest peoples of the world drink the most of it. But it is good advice to say, "Don't drink th wrong beer." Some beer causes biliousness. Alberta's Pride does not. Alberta's Pride beer is both good and good for you. Nine people in ten would be better for drinking it. Alberta's Pride is the home beer, because of its absolute purity. It is aged for months, then filtered, then sterilize^. There are no after effects! Look jor the Green Label Phone '79 LethbHdge Chicago, Nov, 2.-Kovelalions show ing the poverty of � Lord and Lady Curzon, who was Mary Leiter, after their return from India, where the.v had ruled over millions of subjects in regal, splendor, and disclosure of tho actual sum, 000,000, thnt "Joe" I.x?iter dropped in hi.s famous plunge in the wheat pit, were made public for the lirst time on ^i'hursday lust in the suit of Hugh Cral)l)c against the y.eiglcr Coal C^o. for on trial in .7udge Kbei-hardtls court. Because of toiler's unfortunate sjiec-ulation, as was shown, his allowance is now only 000 a year, while both his sisters are receiving more than twice this amount. Lady Cur-zon's povert.y followed her lo tlio grave. When she and Lord Curzon loturn-ed to 10uroj)e Ihe.y ooultl not open their magaificent LoiidcMi house, but were forced to lake rooms in a hotid and live iiio.xpensivel.v wliile waiting for funds to ariive from .America. In a few months Lady (Uirzon died, but in a letter, which was ))rofluced in court,-she wrote that until she knew whether .she was to receive tho full income from her father's estate she could not open her town house. At this time, however, I.,ord Curzon has siilTloient money foi- his and hi.s child's needs. He Is receiving $09,000 a year from the Levi Z. Inciter estate. \Vhcn Jo.seph Leiter dropped 9,000,000 in the wheat pit his father came to his rescue and as-sumetl 557,000,000 of the tjurden. Wlien ho died, however, he charged each one of the children up with tho money the.v had received from him Ipefoi'o his death. Lady Curzon's hotter, in which she told of her fmanrial strait, was written to Hugh Crabhe in February, 1007. A short time after this Lady Curzon died and I-ord Curzon received a settlement in part of the L. 'A. loiter estate. It apiiears that he wa.s paid too much nume.v, and because of this was informed that his income from the estate wouhl Ije forwarded to him less .�;10,700. His lordship expressed his "horror" at this and said so plaint.y in a leiter to Crabbe. Crabbo says that the trouble between himself and ".Toe" Loiter, which finally led lo the .young millionaire dismissing him from the cm-ploy of tho Loiter estate, aro.so over tho fact that I..oiti'r knew there was a spy in the oflicos of the estate who was keeping Lady Curzon informed regarding tho management of the Leiter millions. lAsiter thought that the spj- was Crabbo when he saw the leiter from Lady Curzon, in his sister's handwriting, addressed to Crabbo. An at tempt to get these letters before tho jury by .Vtloincy Klias .Alayor, who is representing Crabbe, was promptly checkmated by .\ttorne,v Miles for tho dofenee. (Vniicouvt-r Saturday Sunset.) Lender Borden developed a now weakness in tho campaign when he shouldered F.oster. Nobody looks for any great show of strength in the Conservative leader, but, liia gratuit-,nus eulogy of the malodorous poli-ticinn wns a di.stinct dis appointment to the cnu'ilry nnd fully ju.stifles the belief that Mr. Borden will never lead liis party to victory. The party will never win the country with Foster near the leadership, and it i.m ciuite unlikely to do so with tho )resent lender, with or without Fo.qt-iT. Mr. Borden has now led his imrty to its third defeat. In this election he had a chance of winning ms rosy a^' that of tlie Liberals in IW)G. But Borden failed in his opportunity. Since the last election the Cioverninent hns forced separate scIkioIm upon the new prairie provinc-(.'h. Yet fear of tho Quebec vote silenced Borden's voiei; to that iniquity. on Corrugated Iron Galvniiizod and JPainted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying elsewhere Wo have just placed a carloiid of tlie well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Oo.'s goods in stock COMPANY Office and Factory Cor. ROUND enil BOMPIIS STREETS Telephone 1513 Yard, Smith St Phone 195 LYNX JUMPED FROM A TREE Exciting Experience of near Ponoka a Woman Ponoka, Nov. 5.-.\s Mrs. Jas. Scott, of Morningsido, was driving home the other day .Bhe was suddenly attacked by a large lynx, which leajied from a Iroc^ landing between the i)oiiy and I'ne. dash board. The took fright, and threw Mrs. Scott out, but, becoming entangled In the line.s, the liorse did not run fal^ Recovering herself, she made for the horse's head. The lynx was not to be beaten off, nnd came up lo rathiT close quarters again. He made some angry lunge.^, but ultimately turned into the brush. It wns an -�xeiting (!xperience, and one Mrs. Scott will not readily forget. She was bndly bruised and the harness and buggy inactic.iUy destroyed. , PAID AN ELETCION BET St. Catherines Man Rolled Peanut Around a Block With Crovifbar made Lethbridge FIRE AT PENTICTON Benlieton, U. C. Nov. 4.-Fire destroyed Ponier(iy's tobnoco .�ilore, Kent & Jones' harnes store, and VVoa-thorby's barber shop. Loss .*,10,000. Don't miss the Atkin Bros, at the Lyceum-In thoir singing and dancing act. St. Cnthoriiies, f)('t. III.-\ ))eculiar I'lectirin bet was pnid here last evening, when -Arthur Martin, of the Bank of Xovn Scotia, as best lie eould, rolled n |)eanut around n block with a (ifti'en piinnd emwhar. H-id the olhir prineii)al. Dr, Chapman, lost, he winjld have been required to wheel Martin aroinid the city in a wheelbarrow. Place Your Orders for DRAYING NO GOOD HUNTER will atuit out with a poor gun if lie can help it. He can help it, and so can you. GET YOUR GUN here, and it will be n good one. We have many styles and price*, but you won't (ind a poor gun in tlia lot. AMMUNITION which we carry in of the be.sl, and prices are right. HOWARD CASE & CO. GUNSMITHS LETHBRIDGE ALTA. ....WITH..,. JAS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 * REAL ESTATE BARGAINS * if-if if-if i(. if if ^H^ Hii i$-i^ if. *   1-4 Lots. Block A. Hig- If if iibotham Addition, corner if if Dryden and Torrance, If  for .................$460 if if 2-Acre Lot 7. Blocjt 8, if if cor. of McBelli and Bail- if if ey St. yi mile from North if if Ward School........$750 if if 3-Acre Lot 3, Block A. if if with good 5 roomed house if if between Smith and Round if if Sts, only half mile from if if poBtoflicc ..........$4600 1^ if 4-Acre Lot on Westmin- if if 8ler Road, X mile from if if Central School-Capable i$. 41 of aub-diviaion into 10 full if 4( Hized lota ..........$2600 - j# if 5-East half of Acre Lot if if 4, Block 7, cor. of  if beth and Bailey St.s., lor if if cash ................$460 if 6-fi LotB in Block 16 Duff -i^ if Addition, X mile from if if postofTice. This Block lac- if if e.s on Orabb St., each $460 if 4c-AII the above on easy terms*^' *  if if if if if if if if if ^ if^ ifif % T. E. PATTESON if Room'7-Oliver Block #  � * if if if if if 41^^^ J 993799 58 ;