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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTHkRIOQE, AtMRTA, THURSDAY, NOVCMBEn 12, IMS. PAQE Five 1�. THE BRIDGE _8 a.m. NOVEMBER 11 We stand on tho bridge and Bliiver Witli red hot bolts in our hands. We gazo on the frozen river Wliilo wo long for sunny lands. . And now these daring bridgemen no longer need freeze, for the J. BROWN CD. LTD. � are selling SHEEP-LINED COATS & DUCK-LINED PANTS that defy Old Frosty Overcoats Overshoes Overalls EVERYTHING FOR WARMTH Express Pnrceh. arriving, Ccntoining Ribbons, Frilling, Laces, etc. Apples by the Barrel and Box Fresh Vegetables, Oysters and Cranberries J. BROWN CO. LTD. Claresholm Ulurcsholin, Nov, 10.-The election rosullliig tls It tllcl In tlio fctui-iilii(j; ot John llunoii by a fivlrly Iftigo miijoi-ity wuH diMappoiiitltiK to tho iiiujorily in Uicso i>urlH. Kxcuscs havu boon mntlu unci Ihu stalciiiunt hus boon made timt umiiy voIoh wcro lost in thu country to thu oust liuctvusu of Ittclf, of orgtinizution, It may bo that this uiJi'lie.s to both parties-but there can bo no dovibt that with a good organization many votes could have been whipped up there for tho Ijiboral cause. However it is till over now but wo trust that John Ilcrron will endeavor to give his constituents a looli up oftener than onco in three years. While the election is being forgotten, tile worlc of tho lleturnlng OflWor is not yet finished as any one can sec who calls on Air. 10. W'. Frost. Kvents thicltcn in this burg, for wo have looming ahead tho local option vote. Tho local option people have l)con busy with teniporanco lectures and what not while Air. James Weir represents the l^iquor interest ofUcial-ly. Considerable literature is l)eing issued on both sides. What will be the outcome it is hard to say. Tho Prohibitionists retiuiro to have a majority of three-fifths of tho electorate which is quite a tasl3n a riding party yesterday Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points ot Tea AsMANUfACnmEOONTHE Cardens in India. RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! Ram LaVs Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. FOUND A pair of speclaclca. Owner can linve sumo by proving property iind piiying for tills advortispineut. 82-2 NURSING {Mi.s.s) G. A. Dainty, graduate nurse, Normnn St. cnst of Westminster Koad. 279-6 Pincher Creek ' LOST At \Vind.sor barn, a coll, black, 8 months old white spot on nose and -itar on forehead, three wliitn feet, wire cut across throat. Reward of $5 lo finder. Olaf Hagen, Rowville, Alta. 282-3 FOR SALEx Radiant Home heating stove and liipes, only short time in use. Apply I^ox C, Herald. Call after G p.m. W. H. Conibear. 282-1 TO RENT Two fine large rooms in a strictly modern house. Apply at 42.0 liarllelt St. 282-3 MURDER TRIAL AT MACLEOD (Continued From Front Page) WHS ciuarrelsonio. Antonio had never Huid anything insulting about An-geloV nHillier or sister in lier liearing but she had been told that he had. Antonio .struck the first blow on the day of tlie ttf. affair he went to Panni's house and found Antonio Cuslania tliere dead and saw Sam lying wounded mi a bed upstairs being attended by Dr. O'Ha-gan. Shrwtly after seven o'clock he was driving to Frank in a waggon with Wright DeVitt, whiiii they overtook the accused walking. Tluiy oskeil liiin if he would ride but he said liis feet were eold and lie would walk. Soon, liowever, he got into the waggon but kept getting out and in again all the way in. The accused said to liim, "Do you tliink if the man who shot tlio.se two men would give himself up to the police, that tliey would hang liini.'" Confessed the Murder "Tlial would depend on whetlii^r lie did it in s/'lf-defence or in coldblooded murder," Mr. Pinkney told liim, and oontinueVI, "Do you know who the man is-" "Yes," Mont replied, "f guess it was Ang(>lo Mont wlio did tlio shooting," said Mr. Pinkney. "Yen, I am tho man," was the reply in broken Kiiglisli, "and I am going to I-'rank to give myself up to tlie police. If tliey do not hang it will lie alright, and if they do, J puess it ,will be alriglit, too." In reply to a question as to what the trouble was about, Aiigelo .told '.lini that they had quurrell''d about I Wednesday evening. I'incher Creek, Nov. 11.-Mr. and Mrs. I'red llarc are the guests of friends at I'incher City for a few days. Mr. and Airs. Angu.s Kobertson left on Tuesday for Lethbridge where they will spend' tho winter. Air. and Airs. Owen left on Tuesday for I.ethljridge where Airs. Owen will enter the ho.spital to untlergo an operation. Tho first of a series of practice dances was held in liinton's Hall on A large Aimbcr Miss Fraser, �vork at the mine and one thing load- of beginners were out and, no doubt, ing to another. Antonio had threat- before tho season ends will be pro-'iied to kill iiiin, saying that he was. (icient d�nrers. 10 good. He had wanti.'d Antonio to 'ome" outside to light it out but he ,vould not do so. When Antonio -.aid he would kill him, Angelo said 'No, yon Won't, I'll kill you first." \ntonio liad bronpht the trouble on ninselt. Mr. Piiduvy went with Angelo to ilie barracks and stayed there until '.'onstahle Holmden came as vns no policeman there. Gave Himself Up Constable Holmden was then recalled and said tliat when he asked .\iigelo wliy lie wa.H there, he said ihiil lie had come to giv. himself up 1111 .sli()otiiig two men at Lille, The e uistable warned him ab(nil saying ftiiytliing tliat could be used in evi-(h.Mice against him. A.s the .Judge bought lie hail iKit given him sufli-"ient warning, lie would not allow liiu to tell wlittt .\iigelo said unli�s le detene.' wanted it. He said that Angelo wore a coat, .vest and lighu cap, boot but mo socks. The ground vas Covered with snow and the night vas frosty, Angelo's boots were wet. CroHS-exaniined by Mr. Macdonald, legarding the conversation, he said that Angelo told him that Antonio a-id Sam hud brought the trouble on tliemselve.s. They had ealU^d him in--ultiiig names and liad ordered him out ot the house but lie had tohl them tliat he was paying liis board I lie same as they were and they had 110 riplil to order him out. In the ".ffair that day, he had wanted to go outside and fight it out fair but Antonio would not. Antonio had grab-1) �d cottage. Address C. R. Carl-�iori, 2723 Norh Girard Ave., Miniie-ipolis, Minn. 281-12 ---f--.,- WANTED An experienced sewing machine .salesman. A good salary to the right man. .\pply to Singer Sewing Ma--Iiitie Co., City. 281-3 _J___ WANTED Good general servant. Apply to Mrs. V. W. McGuire, 529 Round St. 281-3 Goal miDicB rigbia ol the Dominion in Manitobn, SaslcBtchewan, Alberta, the YulcoD Territory, the North-WcDt TerritojieM and British OolunroiB, may tie )t::x8lr. Carlson has been general superintendent of the Imperial Lumber yarils. which Company operates a line of about seventy retail yard.s ami two saw mills in the States. The new Pioneer Lninber C!!ompan.v, Limited, have already contracted for Ihe i)urchase of several .yards in Al-iierta ami will oi)en up otlier new yards early in the spi-ing, and come prepared financially und otherwl.se to serve the peoi>li^ in this territory in tile ver.\- liest manner possible. The Pioneer l.iinilier Company f,im-ited. making I.ellibridgi' its headquar ters, nds, branded Q_j right Blioulder and I---I on left thigli, 260-3 Th� Chines* theatre, imitated by the La Moines at the Lyceum, i� a CO�>yj*IOH7 AN ARCADIAN DRINK is our fine sarsaparilla, cream soda, ginger ale and beer and iron brew, etc, Tlie flavors are delicious. Our fine carbonated watwvs, ginger ale, �'tc., nre indLspeiisable for the sick room or for a morning draught. No one should be without a case of our drinks in the house. LETHBRIDGE BREWINGS MALTING COMPANY. Ltd FOUND. A parcel bearing tlie name W. L. Young was left at Chow Sam's restaurant. Owner can have same by calling and paying for this ad, 278-0 FOUND Between Coaldale and Lethbridge, on Oct. 30, a large horse collar. Owner can have same by proving property and paying expenses at Herald OIRce. 70-O .\ny person who is the sole head � I a family, or any male over 18 years Id, limy homestead a quarter-section ot available Dominion land in Mani ubii, Saskatciiewan or Alberta. The .ipplicant must appear in person at ilu" Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Aiency for the district. Entry uy (roxy may be made at any ageney Oil certain condi'ions, by father niotlier, son, daugiitor, brother or ^i^ le,- of intending homesteader. Duties,-Six months' reaidenco upon .:iid cultivation of the land in eteli of tliree years, A homesteader inny live within nine miles of hia homestead on a furm of at least 80 acr. s solely owned and occupied by him ot by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader ill good standing may pre-empt a qe.artor-section alongside his homestead. Price $3.00 per acre. Duties. ->[nst reside six months in each "f six years from date of homestead entry (incliidiiig tlie time required to r.iiii homestead patent) and cultivate lifty acres extra A homisteader who has exhausted hi.-i liomestead riglit and cannot ob-tiiii 11 pre-emption may take a pur-cl'.ased liomestead in certain districta. ''lice .'?3.00 per acre. Duties.-Must ii;.-.ide six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a l.ouse worth $300.00. . W. W. CORY, Depiily of the Minister of the Interior. N.IL-Unauthorized publication of tliis advertisement will not bo paid for. Canadian p/\OIFI Track Buyers Wanted Wtinted, by grain firm oiigagtMl in track linying and t'oiuinissiun luisint't-ss, si'voral thoroughly oxpe-rionced agents at country )ointf*, to purcliasc car ots ami Rolicit cbn.sign-monts of grain. Apply immediately for full particulars to iiox G, Herald f  Established 18G-1 1 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paidiip Cnpitul........................... $�.000,()00 Reserve und Undividetl Profits.............. 4-.2G7.40() Accounts of Merchants, Farmer* and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbridge Branch: Coalditle Block, Redpath St. SINGLE IFARE FOR ROUND TRIP TO VANCOUVER, B.C. TICKETS ON SALE NOV. 15. 16 ,17 Going transit limit eight days from date of issue Final return limit Nov. 30th^ Validation fee of fifty cents payable on tliese ticltets at Vancouver. For full particulars, apply to agent of the company or to J. E. PRO�TOR, D. P. A. Calgary L. M. JOHNSl-OiitE Barrister and ^tl'citor Office adjoining ' -fnlon Dank. Lethbridge. IS-lfK ;