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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTHMJOOC, ALMftTA. THURSDAY, NOVfcMBEft 12, Ittf. PAOC 1L THE BRIDGE JLOL NOVEMBER 11 We stand ou the bridge aod iliirer With red hot bolU m pur haudr We gaze on the froaea Wliile we long for sunny lands. And" 110w these daring bridgemcn no longer need freeze, for the Claresholiri j. mm CB.ITD. are selling SHEEP-LINED CO ATS DUG K LI NED PANTS that defy Old Frosty Overcoats Overshoes Overalls EVERYTHING JFOfc "WARMTH -Express Parcelt arriving, oontaining Ribbons, Frilling, Laces, etc. Apples by the Barrel and Box Freah Vegetables, Oysters and Cranberries J. BROWN CO. LTD. n Ciaresholui, Nov. 'resulting av it did. iu. the retunnug ot Jobn iiurron a fairly large major- '-.ity WUH disappointing to the majority in these parts. Excuses havu Ixwu id the statement hus been that many votes were lost iti the country to thy east because of Jack of organization, It may be that 'this applies to both parties but there can be no doubt that with a good organization many, votes could have been whipped up there for the Liberal cause. However it is all over now but we trust that John Herroii will endeavor to give his constituents a look up ofteuei' than ouce in three years. While the election is being forgot- ten, ike work of the iwturalog is not yet finished as any one can see who calls on Mr. E. W. Frost., i Kvents thicken in this burg, for we have looming ahead thg local option vote. The local option people have been busy with temperance lectures uiid what not while Mr. James Weir represents the Liquor interest official- ly.. .Considerable litern.tuj'S is being issued on bulk" sides. What will be the outcome it is hard to say. The Prohibitionists require to have a majority of three-fifths of the electorate which is quite a task, At the same time it may be taken for granted that all the prohibition- ists will go to the poll while many who might cast their votes against it may become lukewarm and not vote. Several new residences are being built east of the track which looks like'liemg a popular location for the future. Fourteen cars were brought in yes- terday by the C.P.K. as a sort of Thanksgiving gift. ladies and gentlemen went out on a riding party yesterday are ibe strong poic it of PURE TEA It'ii HIGH, CLEAR fresh FRAGKANCB DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. YOU one yet? Aro IT IS PURE! Mjf Herald iarket Place Wbct live aeyUitf to ad! or tt ttnt ptace it it tUi If wait Mytakf MM tfcfc rotaas. 25e Mt iMtrtiM far NURSE WANTED Nurse Apply to Inspec- tor West, Mounted Police Barracks. 27W5 SERVANT WANTED General servant wanted. Apply Manager, Molson's Bank, City. 281-3 WANTED Waitress wanted. Apply to the Windsor Hotel, 281-3 Tftv is Sold only in Lethbridfe by THE IENTLEY co. LTD. FOUND A pair o! spectacles. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this advertisement. 82-2 NURSING (Miss) (j. A. Dainty, graduate nurse, Norman St. east of Westmin- ster Road. At 1 LOjTT Windsor colt, black, 8 MURDER TRIAL AT MACLEOD (Continued From Front was .Antonio had. or said any th ing insulting about- An- gelo's mother or sister in her hearing but she .had been told that he had. Antonio nrst on .the day of the Constable of the R. M. W. M. Police at Frank, was and gav.j evidence to. retiring lit 7.30 to the detachment at Frank and find- ing the standing the bar- racks. Witness asked him what he was doing there and got an answer but the judge would "hot allow him t0 and the.-witness was to stand aside .uutil "witnesses were cklled "to show to: the barracks. To supply the-missing link of evi- dence, Federiek M. Phikey, book- keeper for the. store at Lille was called. On hearing of affair'he went to Parmi's house and found An- tonio Castania there dead and Sam lying wounded on a bed up-] stairs being attended by Dr. O'Ha- gan, 4" after seven o'clock he was driving to Frank in a. waggon with' Wright DeVitt, when they overtook the accused walking. Thoy asked him if he would ride but he said his feet were cold and he would walk. Soon, however, he got into.the waggon but.kept getting .out and in again all the way in. The accused said to him, "Do you think if the man who shot those two men would give himself up to the police, that they would hang Confessed the Murder "That, would depend on whether he did it in self-defence or in cold- blooded Mr. Pinkney told him, and continued, "Do you know who man Mont replied. "I guess it was Angelo Mont who did the said Mr. Pink- "Ye.s, I am the was the re- ply in broken English, "and I am going to Frank to give myself up to months old white spot on nose and star on forehead, three white feet, Wire cut across throat, of to" finder. Olaf Hagen, Bowville, Alia." 282-3 FOR Radiant Home heating stove and pipes, only short use. Apply. Box C., Herald. -Call-after 6 p.m. W. H. Conibear. 282-1 ther police. If they do not hang it will' be alright, and if they do, guess It vwill be alright, too." In. reply to a question as, IQ ..what the trouble 'was about, :.nnv that they had work at and one thing-lead- ing to another: "Antonio hid; threat- Pincher Greek Pincher Creek, -Nov. ami Mrs. Fred Hare arc the gues ts of friends at Pincher. City for a f days. Mr. and Mrs. Angus Kobortson left on Tuesday-for LethbricJge wliere they will spend! the winter. Mr._ and Mrs. Owen left on Tuesday for Lothbridge where Mrs. Owen will enter the hospital to undergo an op- eration. The first of a series of practice dan- ces was held in Hmtonrs Hall on Wednesday evening. A large number of-beginners were out and, no doubt, before the season ends will be pro- TO RENT Two fine large rooms in a strictly modern house. Apply at 425 Bartlett St. 282-3 ?ufd to kill him, saying that be ficient deecers. )o good. He had wanted Antonio to outside to fight it i Vould not do so. Whenf Antonio he would kill him, Angelo said ''No, yoii won't, -first." had brought the trouble; on Air. and Mrs. T. Endersby, of Twin Butte, left for Wednes- day morning, where they will, spend the winter. Bishop Legal of St. Albert, BisKop of Alberta, preached in'the R. C. Church on Sunday lust. Mr. went with Angekf to Oii Sunday afternoon last a number the barracks "and stayed there-until I of the friends of Mr. E. .w. Harris I'oastable Holmdeiv. came as thereTrnet in the parlors of the Union Bank .vas no Dolicemau there. I to bid him farewell. 3tr. A. X. Mo- Miss Margaret Macpherson Fraser, A. T. 'C. M. First data, Honor Graduate of Dr. idward Fisher, .Musical Director of .lift Toronto Conservatory of Music TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SPECIALTY in al prepared for. the Toronto Cuu servatory examinations, will receive thorough and artistic musical edu cation, preparing them fully for th eaching profession, for tKe concert church and platform work, as wel as for the drawing: room find the so cial circle. i Personal consultation iniStudio, a the residence of Mrs. WnJTHutton 814 Courtland St., AKa. Gave Hirr.seIf Up .Constable Holmdcn was then re- called and said that when lie'asked why lie: was there, he said that he had: come to himself up iur shooting two men at Lille. The constable warned him about saying anything that could be used in evi- dence against -him..-. As the Judge bought., he had not given him suffi- cient warning, he would not allow um to tell -what :Angelo said unless h e wanted it.; He said that Vngelo w'orii _a coat, svest and lighu cap, boot no socks. The ground .vas with snow and the night s frosty, Angelo's boots wet. Cross-examined by Mr. Macdonald, regarding the conversation, he said LOST A portion of a pair of eye-glasses, onsisting of one lens -and gold ridge, on Round or Redpath streets, etween London Road and the Job- ing -Co. Finder will please leave aiue at office of Jobbing Co. 81-1 will Sell by Public Auction at the GITY MARKET On Friday Afternoon November 13, 1908 At 2 o'clock, the WANTED Good smart boy wanted, to learn he work. Apply to the Her- Id Office. 278-0 WANTED. To in touch with the owner of block of about acres of land, n Lethbridge district. Apply Box 0, Herald Office. 280-6 Small girl WANTED to do lignt housework. Apply to Mrs. J. W. Bawden, corner Courtland Sts. 281-6 WANTED Soon after January first, six room or larger cottage to rent or lease. Will pay good rental for modern well lo- cated cottage. Address C. R. Carl- son, 2723 Norh Girard Ave., Minne- apolis, Minn. 281-12 WANTED An experienced sewing machine Dalesman. A good salary to the right man'. Apply to Singer Sewing Ma- SYNOPSIS OF COAL MIMIWQ REG ULATIONS Cost! mioiug of the Dominion io Manitoba, Bukakhevao, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-Went and Britub be iiruidd for a o( years at an annual rental of fl au acre. Not more than acres wil! be leaded to one applicant. .Application tor a nmiti be made to the Agent or Bub-Agent ot the district in which the ap plied for are situated. in surveyed territory Ian'' must be described, by gectiona, or U gal subdivisions of and IB uneurveyed territory the tract appU for shall be staked out. Each application oouat be aocom- panied by a fee of which will retuur'ed if the rights applied for are uot available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the mine at tht rate of five cents per ton. -Every of coal mining rigbU which are net being operated shall luraisb the district Agent of Domia- ,00 Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whaterec available may be con- sidered necessary for the working of tbe mine at rate of 110 an acre, full information application be made co the Secretary oi '.tie Department ct .the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent of Dominion Lauds. W. W. GOBY. chine Co., City. 281-3 WANTED Guocl general .servant. Apply to MM. V. W. McGuivn, 529" Round St 28K i-or Deputy Minister of the Interior Unauthorized publication ot advertisement will hot be paid 'or. SHADELANDSATELLEIR No. 13728 of the American Trotting Register G; WADDINttTOS Market Master B. C TALBOT -Owner T FOR SALE. A baby's rig, a baby's go-cart, and an Eldridge sewing machine. Apply Thos. Stubbs. 277-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS ROOMS TO RENT Furnished rooms, hot and cold wa- ter, all modern conveniences. Call and see J. Cantin, Room 2, Hili Block. 278-6 TO LET Rooms to let, also bnrn. Apply 20 Argyle Ave. 276-6 HAVE GREAT FAITH IN LETHBRIDGE tliat Angelo told him that' Antonio and Sam had brought the trouble on themselves. They had called him in- sulting nanif-s and had ordered1 him out of tho house but he had told tht-m that he was paying his board the same as they were and they had no right to order him out. In the sffair that day, he had wanted to go outside and fight it out fair but An- tonio would not. Antonio had grab- j bun and threatened to kill him and had Come at him with n stick n.'t Sam had come too. If he had not killed thorn, they would have killed him. The trial will not likely be con- cluded before the end of the dav. watt made the address and presented Mp. Harris .with a gold fountain a watch chain and 'charm. Though Mr. Harris was taken by surprise, he made a suitable reply, Air. Harris left on. Monday morning- for Vancou- ver, B.C., where he has secured n. Iu-. crative position. J. E. Wright, with an eye to the comfort of his patients, has just installed a nice chair and a cast1 of dentist's-utensils-to do good work. Postmaster ,D. C. McDougall and wife have into their new resi- denceron Mam Street. The Scottish entertainment to play, here on Friday Alight, hns! been cancelled. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stu- ckey, of Fishburn, on Nov. Gth, a son. Sunday, 2Cov. 8th by the Rev. Father Hetu, Magloire Hebcrt; of this town to Edith Ikrute of Edmunston, N. U. J. A. Markle, Inspector of Indian' Agencies, will be in town on Tuesday next to buy ten horses and ten ponies. Mrs. C. C. Young, who has been seriouslj- ill for the past two weeks, is now somewhat better. Lethbridge will the; home of tho Pioneer Lumber Co., Limited, the purchasers of the business of the Enterprise Lumber Co., .has been organized and Dominion charter. Mr. F. IT. StolUe, which has granted of St. Taul. PUBLIC NOTICE Sittings of the District Court of the 1rkt o bridge Minnesota, a wealthy and prominent lumber merchant, operating many re- tail yards and saw mifis'.in both Ca- nada and. the States, is the President of the new Pioneer Lumber Company, Limited. Mr. C. II. Carlson, of Minneapolis, Minnesota, secretary and general man rvgcr of the nexv company will move with his fnmily to Lethbridge about January 1st. 1900. For the past TO RENT Si xroomed house on London Road. Apply James Fiske, City. 281-6 nine years Mr. Carlson has been gen- eral superintendent of the Irniwrial Lumber yards, which Company oper- ates a line of about seventy, retail yards and two saw mills in the States. The new Pioneer Company, Limited, have already contracted for ihe purchase of several yards in Al- berta and will open up other new yards early in the spring, and come prepared financially and otherwise to serve the people in this territory in the very best manner possible. The Pioneer Lumber Company 'Lim- The concert given in Hinton's Hall on Monday night by the ladies of St. John's Church was a success finan- cially. A good, programme of songs j.itcd. making Lethbridge its headquar We have just unloaded a carload of Trunks Valises The shipment includes a wide range in both style and quality A Large Stock of Robes, Blankets Gloves Validation fee cf fifty cents pay- able on these tickets at Vancouver. For full particulars, apply to agent of the company or to J. E. PROCTOR, D. P. A. Caigary L. M. Barrister and fetkitw Office adjoining --Toioti ;