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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LtTMBR.DQf DAILY TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 1909. Fragrance of Took Opiate Woman Died Malaga Grapes i1 Experience Counts T B A is preserved by the use of sealed lead packets. Black, Mixed or Natural Green., (Special to the Herald) 4 1 Fernie, Nov. woman known as, Hannah Cole, an inmate of One of the j 4- houses in the red light district, died j J last night under suspicious cireum- 1 4- istances. It is said that there wasj I some kind of an entertainment -om'.; J 1 in which much was absorbed and it is thought that the unfortun-j woman while under the influence, j of liquor took too large a dose of some i opiate, which proved fatal. An in-j f quest is being held at Scott's under-j Fresh Fruit Saturday T T X T Gompers Not For Revolution to the highest standard in'taking parlors this evening. (Continued from Front Page.) Convention will last "What are the ofienees tor which ___j Mitchell, Morrison and 1 are sentenc- jed to Ions months oi imprisonment lwo and ignomy of being classified as cri- asked he in his report. "We thave dart-d to defend as citizens and spite of the injunction oi a court Public Owned Grain Elevators The weeks. It looked for a while as if there was -going to be a disturbance when j ju the Credential Commitlcc reported which SOURht lo invade rifihw ofrlrec, Qf Saskatchewan. that delegates from Iowa. Ohio and spcebh and frec prcss secured to An-j Montreal today from Ot- otfeer places, where the central bpdv glo Saxoa people centuries ago by j g he an int6rvicw with espoused cause of seceding electrical j MaRna charter and clinched by the j _ workers by allowing members of the j Of the first amendment to I the constitution of the United States i Even if w, have been guilty of unlaj j ,rul conspiracy and coercion, and inti-- 1 midation, which we were not. surely l should be some more o{ grain inspection in Union to retain membership should aot be seated, but after each case had been heard singly and Gompers had ruled that each central hod? so offending could not seat a representa- tive, the report passed. President Gompers' annual report to the Federation of Labor this af- ternoon-was a most voluminous af- fair, covering almost every imagin- able topic of interest to labor men. Montreal, G-ov. Hon. Wal- ter Scott, premier of Saskatchewan. the federal authorities regarding the railway transportation problem in He is advocating federal first step A now line of Olives and Pickles just in stock Use Fleischman's Yeast" We sell it Craddock Viner j Family Grocers Redpath Street Sherlock Block .J 1 have had 15 years in fche rostruin. and you can get the benefit of this experience in way I handle AUCTION SALES which i conduct on reason- able terms, in town or coun- try. Advances made on rc- ce'iut of instructions to soil. MI o. wftBDiiTGfi Best results; prompt settle- ments Tel. 261 Office Crabb St. Daily Herald Market Piece you hive anything to sell or to rent place it iff this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion insertions for SITUATIONS WANTED taken in clone at private homes. Good work at reasonable rates. Mrs. Bothaui, Torrance Ave., beside railway track. 222-0 J PKOPERTY FOR SALF SITUATIONS VACANT FOR 111 any part of the city on monthly payou-nt plan. R. V. Gibbon- Co., Ott Block. Phone 274-12 .servant, family two. No ehikiren. Apply Mrs. S. fiehvig, 1277 KeUpath. 279-G CARPENTERS W. Waits, Alberta, Block, or Imperial Oil Co., east of Ellison Mill. '277-3 BOWVILLE NEWS. Premier Scott is an ear- Bowville, Nov. special ser- vice on Sunday Oct. 7, conducted bv the delegates, particularly that part relating, to the infringment of the Buck injunction Jfor which President John Mitchell and Secre- tary Morrison are under sentence of imprisonment. He strongly recom- punishment than by process of injunc- j tion. In fact existing laws do pro-, advocate of public ownership in Rev. Ball, was well attended. A pro- vide greater punishment for these oi-j believes that this step gram was the feature of the. evening, fences, and we respectfully submit j lfc -n decidcd reform. He Among the outsiders present were, that if we are guilty of them we j tafe. trio to Moa_ A. D. McDonald.; William Hicklia and should be tried on due process on law; OQ returning brother, of Caley they were the a jury of our peers and u, t Qltawa for a of S. A. Wyman and family. nu Ruilty of them, punished as the I provides rather than be subjected P1-0i________ For Sale Improved irrigated farm ad- joining the town of Coal- ,jale_160 under cultivation; good house, sta- ble, granary, Oj Columbia street, Brooklyn, splendid satisfaction. The Compen-, Y Wm_ p_ Morrison, manager arid i sation Act was considered a credit to j of the concern, is i FREE desert- other departments. Duties to begin Toronto. Nov. stares j t-on apply c locator, _ _ ______. .-li-nrr cfnriM; and O7O-9R CAN'T USE THE NAME TO large front- room, nicely furnished. Well heated by hot air, statable for. two- crentlemen. No. the face, scores of drug stores, anclj Couits, Alta. {vmfnctureTH of proprietary inedi- 272-26 1248 Bonipas St. east of barracks. FOR span five year old geldings, well broken and genile. weight Ibs. Will .sell on ten months time or for cash. Apply T. W. Crofts, 22-10-22-4 Lethbridge 274-6 FOR sized safe for sale cheap. Apply P. v. Box 643 or Phone 293 for particulars. FOR At once, one Lamson three point cash carrier, almost nevr, in first class condition. The Mar- shall Hardware Co., 'Limited, Medi- cine Hat., 274-6 FOR and light demo- crat wagon, broken in .for harness -and Apply 709 Crabb St. 275-6 FOR good large stove. Apply Manager OfU V C. 279-6 Laundry Co. Leth'bridge- 278-0 organized labor in this province and j the identified dead. The other eight} c-in es who haw been using the name j MONEY TO pay rent almost daily examples came under whose bodics are recovered, were alii of upon packages can let you have 0 his notice as to the benefit and pro- erapioyees of the factory. The The discovery is due to' all 0 00 .4 50 0 00 0 15 0 20 0 12 0 10 0 15 Bntt-er and Dairy butter 0 18 Creamery butter .....0 30 Eggs, per dozen ----0 30 Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. 1 00 Onions, per Ib.....0 03 Feed: Hay .prairie 0 00 Hay. blue joint 0 00 4 65 10 00 0 16 0 22 0 15 012X 0 16 0 21 0 35 0 40 1 50 0 05 10 00 13 50 build your own ciui-Huvcujs vi tui: iu.i-i.-ui.j. i T- _ jg pgr cent. We loan monev on all j lection which it gave to those causeci a panic among the application of a new hospital Q- city pr0perty, on te'rms that I followed the occupation of coal min- j cmpiOvees and a score of men and! the town of Cobalt, of permission to cannot be made by others, because women were injured in the mad rush !be called ihf- Cobalt Red Cross the. money from where it is for the doors and the fire escape. j Investigation by the attorney; ci-neral revealed the fact that under j treaty of Geneva confirmed Stubbs a Socialist Stubbs ___ _. _.._ is a rising vouna; Socialist who has sained considerable CROWD GATHERED TO money from kinds of farm at 7 and 8. per cent. Be sure see us when you want money. by Phone 394. Empire Land Co., Ott TO roomed cottage, FOR stylish sad- per month in advance. Water. Apply dler and gentle carriage horse, weight L. A. Heustis, Torrance avenue, close thousand iMunds. Pricp. with North Ward. TO rooms for light.house- keeping. Apply- P. Kroning, first house east of Windsor Hotel. 277-8 reputation as a fighter for thc rights of the people. He stated that in all probability there would be ten social- SEE THE MURDERER 252-0 Prince Albert, Sask... Nov. ist candidates in various constituen- -Uesci, charged with the killing of cies in the comma; British Columbia elections. The constituency lying just beyond the Crow's Nest Pass will be contested by -John Herrington whose chances of success are considered to be very good. For a first-class "job in CLEANING AND DYEING lies' or Grants' Clothes call at fHE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 353 A Warm Place for Your Autos We have just installed an up-to-date steam-heating plant in our garage. If you wish yonr auto kept here this winter you'd better hurry. The Standard Oarage Co, Phone 343. v Wood St. the Thoburn family at Quill Lake, Susk.. arrived in tlu- city last- nisht in charge of Corporal Abich. Tlit- station .platform was-, crowded with p'Ople anxious to get a peep at tho prisoner, but the officers wert so lively that no one got a good look at-1 The man. As soon as he. stepped off j the train onto the platform .he was j rushod around the rear of the station and thrown into a wagon waiting for him and in less than five minutes aiitT the train arrived Mesci wa?