Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
tiETHBWlDQt. ALBIRYA. THURSOAVi NOVEMBER B, li*. '1 IS IT NOT TRUE? That there are many kinds of advertising: but nothing is better to permanently establish a claim upon the patronage of all than the carrying of merchandise of conceded superiority. This has always been the motto of the J. BROWN CO. LTD. Worsted Suitings In tweed and pl;iin effects suitabJe for ladies'jind childreu's coats, skirts or diesses, 40 (o 44 in. tnde, from..................................45c to 85c Wrapper ettes A fine combination of colors............12^0 to 40c White Saxony Wool Blankets Just the article for this weather Overcoats In Beaver Cloth and Frieze Grocery Department Iresh Oysters, Cranberries and Apple Batter J. BROWN CO. LTD. n - Herron Won By Majority Of 303 Tho ofBcittl return of the vote in the Mndeod district is ns loliows: Hairing- Her- MoDon- bislriot- Moorhbus^; iforth Bow Priddls MilierviUe Lint ham Qkotoka West Bast bkoloks Pino Crook Aldersyde Gladya Davisburg Qlonview Dfiutou Mos.4k>igh Pekisko Tongue Creek P.O. ton, 3 11 fi 2. 1 3 1 r� HIGHWAYMAN CONVERTED Threw All His Money Away and Pleaded Guilty to Serious Charge Spokane, Wasli., Oct. 31-Flora M. Bilkiss, a graduate oi Baldwin seminary, until a slioTl time ogo a vaudeville performer and now head of Christ Mission in tlie rear of the Coeur d'Alene theatre, accompliahed in a brief exhortation on the street corners what could not be done by the entire police force of the city. She rounded up John P. Gamble, alias J.P.Munsfiold, a notorious highway man, converted hiui to Christianity and per.suadpd him to confess Ilia crimes to the authorities. He walked alone to the police .stution, where he told of more than 40 robberies. When t.-iken bc-fore Justice 8. A. Mann, he pleaded guilty to the atlfmpted robbery and shooting of H. E. Ayres, and was held to tho superior court in bonds of $2,000. Hi' said: "I understand what it will moan to me to confes.s, but I am willing to take any punisliment that may be given mo for my crime. At tlie name time, I want to any a word to the young men: Leave all liquor alone. It is the forerunner of evil. The fir.st drink may be the beginning of ti career of the blackest crimes. I committed all my crimes when drunk and always worked single-handed, the first being nt Helena, Mont., three years ago and I guess I've robbed men of thousands of dollars in my time. I am not boastful of this; I am sorry now, and I am willing to atone for my wrong-doings." Gamble gave several $10 gold pieces to stragglers in the river "Si.strict after talking v/ith Miss Bilkiea, also scattering $230 of his ill-gotten gains into the street while on the. way to the police station. KAISER MAY VISIT CANADA Said He Would Come If Trip But Four Days Were London, Nov. 5.~Tlie Railway Magazine stated that when at Kiel in 1904 the Kaiser told Archer Baker he would visit Canada "when the atenm-ers clo the trip in four days." Mr. Baker remarks that as this is now possible we may yet see the Emperor a passenger by the All-red Route. Don't miss thi Atkin Bros, at tho Lyceum-in their singing and dancing act. CRESTON FRUIT LANDS FOR SALE We own 8,.500 acres of lovel land free from stones in Lot 812, Creston District. It'OO acres are surveyed in 10 acre blocks whiclj we offer for sale to actufil settlers for a limited time at $60.00 PER ACRE We guarantee this tract to be the iinebt fruit land adjacent to Creston When this land is settled, the whole tract will be one large village with all the advantages apperfaing thereto. It is well watered by mountain streams. The C.P.R. runs through the property. TERMMuarter Cash, Balance 1, 2 and 3 Years. InleresJ 6 % Creston has the best shipping facilities for fruit, and the best climate of any point in British Columbia. Spend Votir Winters in Creston For further particulars write imaiediately to the Canyon City Land and lumber Co. ltd. -CRESTON, B.C.-- Miiority for Herron, I Macdonald, of D03, ron. > 7 18 20 43 23 80 84 55, 12 48 19 33 24 11 27 7 24 nld, Big Hill 3 27 Jackson 1 10 High River W. 8 102 High River E, 9 102 Wheeler 2 U JYankburg 2 17 Brant 2 25 Cottonwood Grove 3 17 Buffalo 2 Hearnleigh . , 2 Peace 10 Mclntyr* 1 6 Highland 1 11 Last Chance 3 14 Mosquito CrM. 1 M"unl()in .MiJi 7 4- Carbon Hill t} 7 Heil.j \ ue 64 39 61 Hillcre.st 83 8 Lille 12 23 IJlairniore 13 04 Coieinan No. I CO 51 Coleman No. 2 87 :io 2935 10 7 8 18 14 57 81 38 14 24 20 13 3 22 11 13 10 15 43 86 100 8 9 62 25 26 13 7 13 16 13 12 27 11 13 8 11 7 9 16 13 6 9 7 4 9 1 11 62 23 4 19 4 19 5 18 6 72 12 13 5 17 14 11 22 10 5 2 7 8 13 55 71 16 7 39 15 16 9 23 27 32 84 15 14 12 8 9 14 7 n 6 7 16 5 5 12 8 0 10 20 38 16 20 tHe ft�;CENT ELECTION (Medicine Hat News.) There is ti measure of satisfaction in the eleciioit vosuUs lor every body. .; . ' Locally;Hthrough early nrrnngcd and better orgarii/.atlon, tl\e mnnipulixtion of the railway' train service, the cam paign of xUssatlafnotion over the Lemicux act. the niigratoful indiffer ence of th(j workingnieu to a man who by his actions, had proved himself' n true and substanlinl friend, confldeueeLthal thy ndvanctd and progressive' program of the Govern meht for continued Western dcvol-opnient would ov*rweigh atid outclass the campaign of slatider and small things put forward to combat it, tho i)locking of the roads and trails in tlie country by the show storm of 20th Ootober, liberality in the provision of funds for the eonducling of tlie campaign, and tiie ti.se among certain peopie of booze-all hud an effect upon the result, and Mr. Simmons finds himself in the minority. Tile general result lia^i been a most .uriquilUlied ondorsation of a strong and able Government under which Canada hna progressed as never be-fottl 8,000 people. Here the "Chinook" winds coming up from the west maintain a warm and agreeable cliniate through-.'>ut the winter. The longest railroad bridge for it.s height in tlie world is in process of construction over the river Houtli of the city, tlie estimated coat being over $1,500,000. This city ha.s an active and enterprising commercial club, and many former citizens of the States are to be found here. Coal is at)undant in this vicinity. Tlie irrigation project under way will add niateriitlly to the value of the lands in this section, although wheat is now giown quite exteiwive-ly. Land value.s range from $8 to $20 an acre rioiv. The National Editorial association were lucky enough to arrive in Lethbridge the night before homesteads were to be alloted. A line of nearly two hundred hopeful srttlers to b.- had formed shortly after dark in order to gel an early turn when ilie land office opened at nine o'clock tlie following morning. Homesteads are being constantly given out in nearly nil sections of Alberta and Saskatchewan, and many still remain in Miiiiitob^i. Over 100,-000 of these free iiomestead.s still remain in llie surveyed portions of theHc provinci's besittes great unsur-veyed areas to the nortlnvwit. T1J13 (300I> HOUSEWIFE You look at tho housewife who has a plnco; tor her thIngB, and those things in thoh' placca, and j^pu find a womanwho Isj sy.stcuiatlc In her work, and wiien .she needs anj'thing .she can put her hands on it In a mo-hieut. She plans and calculatoa when-over there In to he e.vtt'rt work, extra cooking, isxtra washing, etc, and she know.") beforeluxud i\�9t what there la to do, and what she wants to do it with. Hor work moves along like clockwork, and when the clock strikes twelve Hhc is rendj' to put the victuals on the table. Tho men are not hliuleroU-they oat theli' dinner and get out of the way, and hor wol'k goes on according to progrttw and nobody's time is wasted by hor procrastination. She is on time, tho glory of her hu.sbaiul and the beloved of hor children, tho admired . ftll who know her. And this sanm Duro thoughts, all religion and gov-1 ernnients, if one would have them flourish, must have their roots be-' neath its altar. Let no wife, who would be loved, honored and happy forget that home duties niiist over stand first. No matter what high ambitious aspirations may have im- -, pressed her before marriage, or how ^ high .she ma.v be con.sciou.s her talents , and iiillucnces are capable of reachinp; j when that .�iolomn vow is taken that j makes the twain ont-for "better or worso"-before all el.se, .she must give all else, she inu.st give, all the energy ^ and love she posses.scs to building a perfect home, and she must never, lo.se sight of this high vocation. She must be its mistre.fH, but never its slave. That she has matle it imniac-ulote in flcinliness.'; and resplendent in beauty is not enough. .She must teed the love and truth which should unitedly govern it. What power or . dignity CHii reach higher? What is tho ahilitj' to swn.v large audiences over a homo and such .skill th.at husband and children -shall rise up and call her l)le,sscd'? To bo the ruling | .spirit in such a position is a more sacred honor than t Tntorost 6 per cent, per annum l|>pl|r llbepti Hillmy iid irrigatisii Co, (Und OeiwrtmeBt), lettibrjdge, llti.