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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, November THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD Page 9 fINDIANSGOT Y An mvestnieiit in- Pmclier City now is sure to give you Big returns., 'tlie railways will more tnan double the presenit.'price of PincKer Gity We wiil make-terms :to "suit purchaser. OFFICE OPEN; TEVENINGS :C Ptonerl425 Lethbridge, Altai TREATY MONEY Macieod Has Manv Fes- tivals of Other News Macieod, Nov. Peigan In- dians were -paid ,their Treaty money last Wednesday and'are now "in Mac- ieod' spending it. Movt of the In- dians are leaving, for. the reserve to- 'having spent- all of their money and had their horse-racing to- day bri the flats near the General Hos- pital. The Blood Indians have as yet received no word as.to when they will. receive, their pay, but it is expected that they will be paid at the end this, month, or the first of next. BUILDING IN" PINCHER CREEK Handsome Residence Little Municipal Talk Pineher Crwk, Nov. Although very Jit-tie has been said in the press of late regarding building permits and operations these lines in Piuch er. Creek, yet the year drawing to a close has witnessed the erectior of several substantial structures it the way of modern and comfortable dwelling houses, most of which havpt jolie 'church, this imposing new build the church, proved in i ing- is one of the finest to ie seen in every" way a pronounced success. A was held at ihe'ffirst; after- which candies, etc Southern is a two-storey building, built of solid brick, with stone faungs- and basement of full di- pmotfiy, .Alfalfa, and I.''.....tfplancT atsJ Bran, Chopped aUcL Potatoes in ..'Office, Johnson Blk. Phone 426 -'Warehouse: L .'Rear of Dallas Phone 683 Saf etjrt Dover, Eng., Nov. 7. --Within aj throw of "safety t-Kirty -in em- 1 hers of the j 'Preussen, the and. fastest sail-. ing ship afioat, are lashedf .to the rig- I ging of the while.. Huge waves I threaten to 'drown'" Efforts 'at rescue are" unavailing, -although des- perate efforts are" being "made to reach I the stranded from- '-the 'shore. The great ship -is- breaking -up fast and sailors have- worked -in- a- .perilous .position for 'thirty. hours.' It is not believed they can' hold but. much 'long- er.'.. GOOD BUYS 37 1-2 feet on London Kd., close to 'Bartlett, SI 200. Terms. 40 foot lot on Glyn St., wa: ter and sewer, Terms! 4" lots in Block 128, ea. Terms. 4'lots'inr'Block 126, ea.. Terms. 5" lots in Block 125, ea. Terms.- 4 on- William St., ea. Terms. 4 lots on Crabb St., close in Terms. A.E.IVES Stafford Blk. Phone 37.1 JJ'ort 'vMaisaga The 'steamer "waS' In "burned''Jn' Copper Har- clock Siinday.inbrn- "crew .were saved, and brought -to.-iFort the steamr ONTARIO M. P. P. PRAISES VANCOUVER FRUIT; SHOW. Nov. Pratt, -South Norfolk 'night from the coast went -to' -at- tend'1 -the -'exhibition- -fruit '-at Vancou- ver. He stated 'that of-. .apples "was one 'of the-, finest- the .world has ever. iseeE. V .-.i were sold which resulted in gathering fmen'slpns of -building. The interior Proceeds. finislii'ngs are. the stair- The.-lauies of church {being-of oak. it is only- necessary to are holding an old time Thanksgiving j add. that this residence contains twea bupper in -the rooms behind thai jty rooms: to give an idea :of its size. Ciiurcli is being largely Expert workmen- have been employed .attended. After the supper a concert ,-in all the details of its construction, is being held in which the best of lo- jand 'the building is in every way a x-a-l talent is taking part. Several credit to its owner and to Pineher speeches will also be delivered among j Creek-. which are ones, by Rev Mr. Harrison j For some, reason not generally of the Methodist church, Rev. Mr. j known to the" public, Constable Rea Boyle of-the, Presbyterian church, and jhas been suspended, from duty by -the Rev---w. A. Lewis, of the Methodist [police comrriikee Of the council.' church in Edmonton and former, pas-j The; weathpr here assumed a win- tor -here. aspect again on Thursday night, 'Anniversary'.services were .held in [and Friday, morning, and although tire the.teiu- R. Ibey7 representative of the Gour- lay, Winter and Learning Piano Co. Alberta and Eastern BJ in the city an-d states tliat his company will open offices arid show rooms city next -vear. "When a cold becomes settled in the iCwill take, several .-days' treatment to cure it, and the best rem- edy to use is Chamberlain's -Cough Remedy.' It will cure quicker than 'any also leaves th'e system in a aatural and healthy Sold by 11 .j. :c-, Street, Lethbridge, at 11 o'clock, and liot as previously announced at WinnifrecL A party leaves Letbbrldge on Friday next wMcli will accompanied by the o wners of the townsite and'iiiteiuliiio; purchasers will thus have an opportunity of judging for .themselves the value.of the proposition. Anyone; and subsequently will have their expenses YoiLcan thus have 1' A Trip At Our Expense JO SEE W1NNIFRED IS TO BUY! The just purchased 10'-. acres for ADDITIONAL this back up our statement that WINNIFRED IS GOOD? With coal all round, gas-in any quantity, a first class luiiklino- stone right on the the depot in the middle of the larger unbroken territory of a well settled country surrounding it than -any other town between Lethbridge and Medicine Hat. every resident an enthusiastic more can a town ask for than these excep- tional conditions What better prospect can a man have for a small in vestment than tin's. Join tne party on Friday next and look the proposition over Phone 426 Auctioneers j j .i.ji.111 i both morn-ing" and. evening services matter of providing a skating or curl- j Which went'to' show how popular and i ing .rink for the coming winter. When iweil-hkiKl -Mr. Lewis is in Macieod. gets reorganized for j Mrs. Arthur arid her our will commence .jter phve, returned to Macieod from ,i to" think Q! a.'place for them to pjuv jRsgina. where Mis-. Youne; has been i matches- [visiting for two .weeks. J .The'municipal elections are'still too j CT. L. M. the Scott as to pos- j er.r ktabies, is erecting a residence on j sfble ifnangcs. in the council ;the vacant lot at the back of the j The Separate- .school building is .stablqs.- are busv at the exter- RODprt Hacketfc, who tor the past ior-and' interior -work on the same has been-in, the hills on a Mutual -Improvement Society hunt, .came, home, Saturday afternoon, i of Fishbum verv successful having secured-a deer. {meetings ot'iate. -The gat-nerings are Bar. Crow, Tecently, 01 the Bank of jin the debates and" concerts Hamilton, Carmangay, has entered which' are arousing the interest of old the services of .the Canadian Bank of ft Commerce at''t-ne'Macieod branch. The- ladies of Anglican 'church are putting Spinsters' Con- vention" in the town hall on Thurs- day .night a dress -rehearsal tomorrow..night before the dance, It is reported _' 'that the Majestic Theatre, closed up all has beenfircnted-to J. BroAvn .me'ving-picture'-man, and that he will, open a moving-picture theatre in the verv near FORMER C. P. DIES IN SPOKANE GranDrook. Nov.- em- ployed- in the new furniture rooms- in the Fink Mercantile block allowed a slide 'to slip -This morning and it fell through, the plate glass window of.'th-e1 grocery depart- ment, breaking a lot of china.- JbV E. Simpson, who has "been spend- ing'several days in the-; city, left on bunciay 'for Spokane. "Kev. a. j. Wilson of Vancouver oc- supied the pulpit of the Pres-byterian church Sunday morning. Word was received here Saturday night of tlTfi death in Spokane of Harry nenneliy, formerly the inspector for tne'C. P. R. in this city: Alr. and Mrs. Jas. Ryan, accompan- ed by Mrs. JN'ortnrup and Mrs, Noble eft today for Vancouver to reside per- manently. -T AJJ. L'Lil-C and jn the, settlemeot. TOpABOUT THE MMOND SCHOOL BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are you aware of the large number of fine hardy Flowering- Shrubs that are perfect- ly hardy on the prairie and will year after year, getting more beautiful every' year? We.can send you a'selection' of twelve varieties, three years old, that. will all bloom this coming summer and. bo: blooming at different periods til fall. selection includes-Lilacs; Snow- balls, Spireas, Wiegelias, .Syringas, Elders, Deutzias, suckles, feet vears old, regular value This, selection, all express charges, paid to nearest express office at special price. For 30 days only of Place orders early V enes ley :Mrror Lake, B. 0 HALFBREED "Si1.' Draying promptly- attended! for Opposite die. Scene of a Very Exciting FIGHT PICTURES WERE STOPPED AT BRANDON Brandon, Nov. Adolph this morning ordered the polide to stop the exhibition of the Jeffries- Johnson fight pictures as a result of presentation of petitions pigsed by more than five hundred people. The pictures, were condemned in the city churches Sunday and petitions against waited on the mayor entering protests. The pictures were to be shown here tonight and Tuesday. Raymond Citizens Had Interview with ithe Government Calgary, Nov; of Ray- mond, and- Prof, Cummings, of Salt Lake City; superintendent of Mormon 'church schools in the United States, were in'the'city'Thursday, and spent a couple-of hours' looking over the work of- the Provincial Normal school. Mr. Allen and Prof" Cummins AVCTC on their way home from Edmonton, where, they interviewed the provincial educational authorities in reference to the new college at Raymond, which is now completed and has been open for students for the past couple of weeks. While' thuy would not discuss the object of their interview with the de- partment, they .said that it had been quite satisfactory, ,and they had been treated with great consideration. It is the intention of the board of man- jenient of the Raymond college to provide a thorough education for boys and girls up to "teachers' certificates and matriculation to the university. It will to a great extent be a com- bined High school and college. The object of Prof Cummings in visiting the Normal school was to look into the requirements for pro- as to make the work of those attending the- Raymond college, who intend 10 enter the teach ing profession; harmonize as far as possible with ihe work they would re- quire to take up in training' for pro- Nov. ValMng round f half-breed aiamed 3onstantine died tliis, morning- from file'effects-of a blow on the. Head from" a stone, and Peter Bansebear, i the city police ..ceils, but foe -only .placed there after an. exciting-cha'se terminated down. cement works la. Bast' Saturaay: Ban- sebeaf TO -half-breed''s tents.dn -the'' sbiithernjpprtipu of ..the town ahd-'it'-is said he was--abusing 2 woman.. Mary Paul., interfered and in the shuffle: that followed .Godin the .blow from" which-he. died this morning, he city- police .'were inform- ed and <-a constable went orer to make the arrest. Bansebear saw him first and a running chase followed, in .which several -shots .were fired .by" the cop. .SALES: Conducted 6n: short .'notice. tsfaction guaranteed. 'Bive; stock and implements a. Smith.. 414 Wood Csaves' the second and of each .month-'-' Hay, 'aui' t: car, No. GKASSYLAKE MINE IS SOLD them signed, while fessiotial teachers' certificates ia Al- berta-. Plfascd With the Methods Prof. Cummings expressed himself ___________ as bc-ing greatly'pleased with the lib- it ral support, civcn tq education in Al- sn and is and with the educational meth- j Grassy Lalie, Nov. A. Kmgiii, of Regina, general manager of uie Saaicatchewan-Alberta Collier- ies, ,.Ltcl.. was., in towji yesterday ar. ranging with J. Shearer, the'details of the sale of their mining property to tie Kaisbeck Coal. Co., The purchase, nas been completed, the consideration being The new obligates, itself .to' a good daily output.' Buenos Aires is the foiirth in the two Americas, and per cent, of all the .people of Argentina in a radius of i'o miles of the capital. THE CANADIAN BANK' OF SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER Latae back ccsces on Atremeiy painful. It is caused of the muscles. .Quick ods in the province. He jrrcatlv surprised -when WESTERN HIDE AND JUNK CO, ,-elief.is afforded by applying Cham- j formed thai there is a scarcity of -.erlaiii's Liriiraent.- Sold by all drug- j teachers in Alberta, and suggested 11 that he might induce a number" from jUtah to come in Albtrta and qualify f teachers here. i TTTTkTD j Mo anticipaU'S lhat the ntnv college j at Raymond will be- a great, success. JTlic cost over and is iono of the finest school buildin-rs in the province. Already a con.Mur-rablc j number of stud'enis from outside poiTiis have born enrolled, and six j teachers'are engaged. The. people; of jKavrnbnri arc- very kindly throwing i their homes open to provide acccni- jmodation for students; and later on it is proposed to erect a residence connection with the college. WE BUY AND SELL All "kinds of Hand Furniture, Ladies' and Gents' clothing. Office and Warehouse 320 Crabb St. Phone 442 P.O.Box 2013 Lethbridge, Alta. PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND, "HLAD OFFICE: TORONTO LONDON, ENG.: 2 Lombard Street, E.G. NEW YORK: 16 Exchange Place MEXICO CITY: Ayenida San Francisco, No. 50 In addition the offices'named above the Bank has branches in every Province of Canada (including all the most important cities) and in the principal Pacific Coast seaports of the United States. 2n It is thoroughly equipped for the handling of collections and other banking'business in the territory covered by these brandies. Lethbridge Branch C L Nourse, Coal, fee and Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office next Arcade Phone 1163 SHIPPING IS VERY ACTIVE AT FORT WILLfAM Fort William, Nov. 7. iSaturdax' was the busiest day in the history QI Fort William as" a trading post.. There at one time in the harbor twenty-four, vessels, while during the day fifteen steamers cleared for the east, with a total of slightly more than bushVls of grain. Dur- ing rhe afternoon five sU-amers with a total of six thousand tons of pack- age freight were unloading at the C. P.R. sheds, and seven freighters whose combined cargoes of coal total- led slightly over thirty-seven thous- and tons awaited, their turns under i'oal dippp'rs. Res! and Undivided Total Assets Over Bank Mossy. the next time you send small sum to any point iu Canada, or to any large city m the United States. They cost as and under 3e. to ..'I0c. S5 Jo 6c. to 15c. With, this low cost they combine convenience-with absolute safely. For larger suras use our Drafts. JMain Office cor. Round Redpath Sts I G. R. TfNNING [Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. ______Grassy Lake- rt. W. SaiSlie. Manager. ;