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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 4 JTKE LETHBRIOee DAILY HER'ALD, MOMOAY, NOVEMBER 15, I90S. GALES ON THE ATLANTIC t i WHEAT YIELD SHOWS ONE-SIXTH INCREASE New Business houses are Good openings in some lines up, Spring will see Dig V .A. opening Next f settlers yet -New N0v. i-j.-Tho extent of the damage inflicted in Jamaica was reported-, to-day by a message receiv- ed fay the central ami South Ameri- can Telegraph Co., from the- wireless operator on board the steamer Prince August Wilhelm at Kingston. The message was forwarded by way of' the Telegraph's Company's station at Fisherman's Point, Quaniannamo Bay, Cuba, and read as follows "Just received from Jamaica the following message signed Pyers, oper- jator on the steamer Milhelm, dated 9 p.m., Thursday Wednesday hurri- cane, 'Thursday unprecedented rain- fall. Railway washed telegraph''poim than in crippled, cables broken. United States 18S2" vessel Eagie smashed into pier and was towed out, by- the British cruiser Sycla, with slight damage. The Unit- ed Fruit Company's steamers Brad- In Of the Northern are Poor Washington, Nov. has been an increase oJ! nearly three hun- dred million bushels or fully one- sixth, according to the U. S. depart- j inent of agriculture, in the produc- tion of wheat recently harvested in six countries of the nprthern hemis-, phore, which in 1909 produced prae- i tie-ally two-thirds of the world's sup- j ply. These countries embrace Can- :ula, France, Hungary, Russia, Kou- maniu and the United States. After two years of unusually abund- ant yields, ,the world's production of hops this year, according to reliable trade estimates, will fall to a lower other year since To take your .niealsal. ly all-round white Restaur- ant in Letli- bridge CA FE ford and Amende, ashore. Former still aground, latter was floated. No darnas: WILL REBUILD CITY ON MODERN PLANS Spokane, Nov. 13.-CM1 engineers, landscape architects, carpenters, ma- sons and concrete -workers axe rebuild Now is the time to'buy lots in Barn well. th. new town that is already fan: PHONE 279 coal and wheat, had from Full particulars may be W Or CHRISTNER CALL OR WRITE II "H K iVir P.O.BOX 196 Second Floor Johnson Block Next Balmoral Hotel T i-ETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ior points on the Island remained completely cut off to-day, but the.lo- cal cable companies asserted from ;heir cable stations 'at Holland Bay and Bull Bay that the weather had moderated, and it-was believed that i direct telegraphic communication with Kingston would be established soon. The Commercial Cable Company was j able to deliver some messages last j night, to .Jamaica by mail from Turks Island, but whether" the means to transmit them to the interior of the Island were accepted could not be learned. _. The Norwegian steamer Mount Ver- non, Captain Paulson, which arrived to-day from Port Maria and port An- tonio, Jamaica, reports that before the steamer left Port Antonio on Nov. 5, a heavy northeasterly gale had set in, which, after the Mount Vernon sailed, developed into a vio- lent hurricane stirring up high seas. The storm ..lasted four days. Capt. Paulson said he had heard of no earthquakes and his vessel suffered no damage. Santiago, Cuba, Nov. wea- ther is moderating Jo-day, and it is believed that' communication with Kingston and Hollins Bays. Jam- aica, will be restored soon. Efforts to reach these points were made again this morning, but without suc- cess. Boston. Mass.. Nov. Unit- ed Fruit Co. received word to-dav from its representative at Holland Bay, Jamaica, that one of its steam- ers, the Bradford, was ashore, but likely to be the had lost bunches of bananas through the hurricane. Milwaukee and in Grant coun- ty. Wash., west of Spokane, upon plans approved by science and art, The R. S. King company, which will establish a mammoth plant for the in the town make to order a, city all the latest municipal improve- s. The factory will cover about nine acres of ground and cost be- tween and In- expensive lands will be bought for employes' homes and there will be lawns and shade and fruit trees every- where. The streets of macadam will be parked and there will be concrete sidewalks, city water works, electric lighting plant and. other modern im- provements. Othello is in the Kg" Bend wheat district, it has ample transportation facilities and the lo- cation is ideal. ASK FOR OUR FRESH SPRING CH'ICKEN And Eggs, also Vegetables and Home Grown Suckling Pigs and Pork from our farm. It is for yon. Also Fresh Oysters in season, any style to suit your taste. We Are Here to Please You at Any Cost N. H. MURRAY, Prop. SENTENCED FOR PERJURY Toronto, Oat., Nov. 11.-A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Sea- lei: Herschon, on a perjury charge ar- ising out of a case over which Mor- ris Levi is serving a four year term subordination perjury and Solomon Altman got two years for perjury. UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with the BliST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And so ;ool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Basement of Oliver Block NEW YORKER BOYS' CARRIAGE COMPANY GRAZING LANDS IN B.C. Vancouver, B. C.. Nov. G-allatin, a "well known big game hun- ter and millionaire of New York, has purchased a large area of grazing___________ lands in the Lillooet district have) of the" leading recently visited that place on a 'hunt-' trip. ORGANIZED IN REGINA Regina, Nov. city, carters have completed the organiza- tion of a cartage company with an authorized capital of None carters in the city have subscribed for stock jn the new- concern. A Heavy Of Beautie'.With the Deloy's At ifce Lyceum'rMonday Nigii! JcNTS JO -LAW ON- GAM8L1N! Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIE OFFICE: Brown Bmlding Crabb Street 31 Ottawa.. INOV. H. proposed amendments to criminal code ni respect to race track gambling- will contain a number of injpo.-tant clauses. One clause trill "The, _ word 'place' includes any place, whe-1 ther enclosed or not, and whether it. j is or fixed place and whether! there is, or is not, exclusive rurht i to use." The object of this clause! is to overcome the ruling 01 the! courts that when a bookmaker moves about from place to place on a track be "said to have occupied a fixed place for the purpose of carry- ing on his business. The campaign fund of the Brandon Y. M. C. A. is steadily growing and has now reached MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP WAS SUCCESSFUL i i t i I o --.-WITH. as J Satisfaction Guaranteed I PHONE 289 Brockviile, Ont, Nov. i Brockvillc Light and Power Co.. con- trolled by the municipality has ;as and electricity was The runninp; expenses reach- TH c LATE HATFI ELD The funeral of the late Wm. Hat- field place- from the family res- idence near Barons, Nov. -third, at 3 o'clock. The deceased was well -and favorably known in the locality. The interment was made on the old home- stead in the presence of a host- of mends who had gathered to perform the last- ;sad rites over Ms rernains. The sendees were conducted by the Rev. Bosomworth. e desire to express our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to the friends who so kindly lent their aid and sympathy in our late bereavement. Mrs. Wm. Hatfield and Family. 4- 0 it best variety, Marvels of Modern Ingenuity most economical the purchaser. We have stock in Southern Alberta York, Nov. tost has i slower nto n, r.ite. i he machine made of the electric locomotives periecily throughout trst to'-be used in the New York Umnol i tlivc records of which were made extension of the Pennsylvania THcv Rail- of slafT Gi-orgc Gibbs. train on a six m.ile stretch of electri- fied .track on the old Southern Rail- road, the Par branch of engineer oi the eloctriraj...........- (mont of the Pennsylvania Railroad soon ,-ompany. thousand _ ..lni ow JTJIU station ev- Wcomolivp at! Jamaica. The outward trip of six miles was speed of sixty-three miles 'at a The average speed'of the locomotive is j while drawing a train of loaded cars On each side of the steel cabins ten windows, while at the i siraljle n speed of one hundred miles arc an hour can bo developed. s of fee railroad ar moiors ,vhich lhe e I Lethbridge, New Dayton and Magrath 4 4 4 4 ;