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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, November THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Two Nights MAJESTIC BACH The Great New York Comedy Success LOR'S With j. B. Wilson and Rose Ainsworth, Supported by a. Metropolitan Company Prices 75c and 50c Seats Now on Sale at the Red Cross Drug and Book Store MARKETS Winnipeg., iWinnlpeg, Nov. opened 95 closed Dec. opened closed May- opened closed Cash, clos, 1 Nor. 2 Nor. 3 Nor. 2 C. W. Oats 1 N. W. Flax 245. 4-' Liverpool Live Stock Liverpool; Nov. Rogers XJo. reporThere today that the demand was small: on the Birkenhead cattle but salesmen held firm, and 'Saturday's prices were well maintain- ed, which were as follows: States steers jfrom 12 to Canadians from 11 to 12% cents; ranchers from 10 to 11% cents per pound. '_ Winnipeg Live Stock Nov. at the cattle yards this morning included 1950 cattle, one 'bull and 9 hogs. A .dull, declining market was what Al- "oerta shippers who were present in large quantities had to face this morn- ing1. All classes, of cattle were off, and although a very few" sales were made at 10.30 a.m., .bids indicated that exporters were off from 30-c to 50c, and 'butchers 20e to 25c: Feeders were not wanted at'all; the season, for them is practically over, and while one or two eastern 'buyers are still on the market they are indifferent to- -ward them. What young stock is 'com- ing in. is therefore being held as but- cher cattle and as it is mostly very poor quality, low prices are the result 2Sro calves were offered and hogs .were, Steady at ?7.50 owt. Vi-: CHIEF CAN NOW PROSECUTE Elats from Atty.-General in Day Acf .MOVING PICTURE MERGER St. John, N. B., Nov. is an- nounced here that a merger of moving picture film producing companies in j are department; sent down th'e fiats necessary in' order -to proceed against the restaur- ant keepers who on Sunday, October last, were caught- selling ice cream, fruit, candies, and so forth, contrary .to _ the Lord's Day Observ- ance-Act-.- The informations "against the: seven restaurant against whom" the fiats have-been granted, were conse- quently laid today and summons grant- ed... The cases will come up in a. day or two. There is considerable red tape aoout procedure under the Lords Day Observance Act, and Chief Gilles- pie probably would not have bothered'- about such trivial cases as the pres- ent, but tor the persistent -demands of Rev. Mr. Prosser of the First Baptist church and some others- who thought the Sabbath was being too flagrantly SHELDON CASE IS COMPLICATED MANY NEW LINES IN Many Liabilities ami Creditors But Eew Novi Bur--. 'netty the.-.joint- executors of "the in-' volved Sheldon estate, were busy to- day addressing and mailing to customers of the former wl11 be rjade to Parliament by pool" operator legal notices of Canadian; Montana railway r" appointment by superior court and the j -construct branch amount'-of assets and li- abilities-of the broker. This statement .is as follows: "In response to numerous inquiries we, _ take this opportunity, of giving what j from westerly and north- information we have" to date, the to or-ncar Ethelbcrt. ures being approximately only, as w-e1 northerly to or near have not yet been able to obtain full- er, details. .Liabilities, credi- tors, about assets, cash. SOUTHERN ALBERTA Canadian Montana Railway Applies For Permission to Build Branch Lines in Canadian West Ottawa, .Nov. Canada From the international boundary ctrtc contains that an Applica- near range 1 west "of the 4th merid- and easterly to a-point LOCAL BUDGET for lines as From Grosse..Jsle, Manitoba, nor- tirefly to Gracd Rapids, with .a. branch to Sturgeon.bar. From Hudson's Bay Junction. From Craven, northeasterly to or near Hudson's B a v .Junction. near or'west Battlefcfd. From or near Macleod, northeaster- ly to the Saskatchewan and the Cal- -gary line of the in or near west of the 1th meri- ranges 1 clian. The commission. on Technical Edu- cation will hold sessions here tomor- row. Rev. Dr. Bryce, of "Winnipeg, mem- ber of the Technical spoke briefly at Knox church last eve-, mug. Rev. Canon Hogbin, of Banff, arriv- j ed this afternoon ,u> take -the place oi i Canon Dr. T.ucker of-London, at the j banquet held-.by. the-AnsHcon-'-lsyniea. afternoon. Canon Tucker is ser- i iously ill and 'cannot come. j Leonard William Reid, the-five year j; old son of. Mr. and Mrs. J. j j Reid, of Milk -River, died- in the city on Saturday from dropsy. The fun- place this afternon; from) Felterlys undertaking parlors to.the public cemetery. L-.- and -T. SfcLeay are moving- into _From the-Maryfield-Lethbridge line j their new store today, in the McLeay of The near ranges 1 to Block from the temporary 'quarters 4 wesfc of the 4th meridian, westerly they-1 have-occupied in the Hill Block, via Cardston to or near Pincher. From the Maryiielu-Letbbridge line of the C.N.R. to or near ranges to 4 equity in house other' Craven-easterly to Rossburn I west of 4th meridian, northwest- assets, We are making a! branch of the Canadian Northern rail-] srly via Taber to a junction with line careful investigation concerning [ur-'1M" nf ther assets, but have great difficulty broken .in Lethiridge. The Deputy's Letter -In his chief accompany ing the Deputy Attorney al L. F. Clarry, says: TTC< "I have the honor to. enclose here- with, the fiat the Attorney Gener- al for the several pro'secutions set) out in the'-draft, informations an-d: com- plaints received from you. -You should add to the information and complaint, these words y. '.The-, being, a., .w qrk of, necessity- Ibf -thVltaye for "Alberta'--having for'-this prosecution--'' out in his written Hat hereunto an- nexed.'1 The fiats, -of which there are seven, in obtaining definite information, the books of, .the insolvent only .ing a record of liabilities." .contain- all the same except that the kjanada will go into effect this week, the 'Kitograph Company and the Kleine Optical Company merging un- .tier. the name of Kinetograph Co. HAS CABLED MONEY Winnipeg, Nov. Strath- cona today cabled twenty-five thous- and dollars to the Winnipeg Y. M. C. A. fund of the campaign for which is now proceeding. APPLICATION FOR-RELEASE Winnipeg -An application -was made to Judge Dobson iSaturday morning for the release of Federonko under habeas corpus proceedings, will -be argued this week. CHANGE your brand for the Scotch Whiskey that deserves its high At all BUCHANAN'S are different. They read as fol- lows Fiat of the Attorney General To Joseph Gillespie, chief of police, and to all and every Po- lice Magistrate or Magistrates, Jus- tice or Justices of the Peace in and for the Province of Alberta. Whereas application has been made to me, The Honorable Charles Rich- mond Mitchell, Esnuire, Attorney Gen eral -for Alberta, for leave to prose- cute a complaint against one Jim Ring, of -Lethbridge, a restaurant keeper in -the city of Leth-bridge, in the said Province, for that he, the said Jim Ring, did on the sixteenth day of October, Anna Domini, 1SJIO, being the Lord's Day unlawfully sel! certain goods, to wit, apples to me Herbert the same nor, he- ing a work of necessity or mercy, And whereas it is expedient that leave to prosecute such complaint should given by me, Therefore leave is herebv bv me, the said, The Honorable Charley Richmond Mitchell, Esquire, Attor- ney General for Alberta, for the pro- secution ot the said complaint against the said Jini Ring, And let right and justice be -done in the Given at the government offices- at Edmonton this day of Kovem- ber. Anno Domini, 1910." C. ES MITCHELL, Attornev-Genevai: i USED EIREARMS INSIDE THE CITY ca-st-'oJL Yorkton. Frorp Craven through or j From --the'Maryfield-Lethbridge line near I-Jamboldt to or near Prince Al- I of the Canadian -Northern railway be- tween ranges 1 and 10 west of the 4th to a point-) meridian, northwesterly to a point in or near townships 20 to 23 range 6, Or the" 5th meridian. From Lloydminster, northwesterly and westerly to JBrudenheim. near township 40 j Frbm the Edmonton and Slave Lake range 7, west of 2nd meridian, west-i railways, north of Morinville, to a- erly near Jackfish lake, northwest of J point'in or near township fi range 8, f-H j- _ r Bert; j- From line D westerly between Davidson and "Aylesbury. I From a point between "Dranch'opcth j west oi. the" 5th meridian, land Kinistino, northeasterly to or near Pas-Mission. i From line D in North Battlcford. From or near Moose Jaw north- west pi the 5th meridian. -From or near Fort. Pitt, northwest- U to Vcgreville-Cal- 1 erly to the Athabasca river. linp nr p.annrfiaT, on T. Canadian Northern j Application will railway, between Camrose and Stet-jto lease .the .Kootenay Central tier. jwav to'the C.P.R. for power raii- SUPPOSED ROBBERY DID forcible entry, had been made. To the Tirecl Tom Ro'nianchuk, who resides Twenty-first street, north, an-d Purick and S. Purick, two men room-! from the safe in the office of the Brown j A package.-of thirty or forty dollars NOT REALLY TAKE PLACE Herald, however. Manager Cleveland A supposed of iibout declares there was no robbery at all. while the building has been in course of erection. Campbell, Wilson and Home" are cleaning out the.-implement depart- ment of their They ---.ire" sell- ing out the entire stock.at iaM'Jy re- duced prices, affording a splendt-i i p- portunity to sav-e money." Mayor Adams, Mrs. Adams, and Master Jim, leave tomorrow, after- noon to spend at- the may- or's old home, Ont. They go via Minneapolis' and Chicago. The mayor says-he will be back by .Janu- ary the Urst. O'! D -YO U K N O W I. That our Repair well deserved, the most 'reliable'.r- repairs. Clocks are very .certain in their :weather and guess at quite a: bit If you' har clock "in your house" in that manner, 'Department and you .of: taming satisfaction. Then again; if f article or -'wants repairing, bring we. will, be-pleased toJfii'.it.-' for -you._ t j. Charges vV- Round "St.7'- Oliver Block lixov; has, Trowbill, 22t) Fti< h avenue liied on Saturday night, after a twelve days' illness. The funeral took place this afternoon under "the direc- tion oi R. G. Aduison. -to-- the public cemetery, -Rev. A. J. Prosser, of tha First Baptist Churcli, .conducting .tho service. mg, cl arms within the- city limits, contra-ry to the city by-laws" The offence "was committed on Fri- day night' last, when parties living y tomorrow morn IAmusement; Co- was to tie I Had been misplaced in the safe, and first, when it was not found this morning, it was thought it had been ed v.-ith discharging fire- police this morning -by Harry Cleve- land, the manager. Investigation by sergt. Silliker, however, showed that j stolen, if the money had been taken it was knew the safe combination, and' no opposife them were startled 'and the by insme The building and women in the house badly frightened at hearing a gun fired in front of their home, the shots from which peppered the doors and windows. They reported' the matter to the police the following morning and said they thought the Komanchuk family were trying to get even over a cow which had been impounded by the .po- lice, and for which the Romanchuks them. Const. 0: Conner was detailed to in- vestigate. Romanchuk first of all de- nied any knowledge of the matter: 0' Conner then examined the ground tvere the shots had hit, and returnins; When thers is nothing else offering people roast society. Emily Syakacy, the five weeks' old] amucfe and even tearing-. child of Svakacv, Church SToffnrrfvnin Saturday s The funeral took place this afternoon from the home in .Staffordvillc to the R. G. .Addison in charge 'of the arrangements and Rev. A. jVf. Gordon, of Knox Presbyterian Church, conduetinc the service.' ontles entirely attitude towards' the hunt by-Canadians of'old bulls These are strik- ing terror, throughout the .-fiatbush" reserve near 3-lissptila, Mont., running down builcl- to hare exterminated. Bradstreet's Winnipeg report says conditions generally throughout the West are vc-rv satisfactorv. CLEANING PRESSING Work' guaranteed. W. H. JACKSON 313 Smith St. jeen fired from his LIU; MlUb JJUU house or yard. Romanchuk then admitted the "shot lad been fired from his home, but de-j uiecl having done it himself. The only other people in' the hpuse, he' also ad- itted, were his wife and the two odgers, T. and S. Purick., The police consequently on Saturday afternoon ook out summonses for all three of them D, O. ROBLIN, TORONTO SOLE CANADIAN AGENT CURLERS WILL ORGANIZE A COMPANY he executive of the Curling Club, another meeting in the office of A. E. Tvcs, Stafford block on Satur- day night. There were present: John Bruce, Jas. Aird, Dr. Cairpbell, A. E. Tves and S. J. Shepherd. The pla2s oi the building were gone over and some modifications and changes suggested. A lady living near j the rink, it was wished the! privilege of selling coffee and other! refreshments. i A number of nr-w subscribers to the building were reported and it was do-. cided as soon as the incorporation pa- pers are returned to the city, a meet i ing of the subscribers will bo called 1 Tor the purpose of organizing the Rink Building Joint Company. DIPHTHERIA OUTBREAK Winnipeg, Nov. provincial department of public health announces an outbreak of diphtheria in several parts of the province. Antitoxine is Doing sent out to the affected districts. BILLY AND JOE ARE FOUND Were Caught Doing the Youthful Burglar Stunt Billy and Joe, the two young sons of Jacob Sawebuck who hare been missing; from their home since Sunday w-t-ek, were caugiit by the police this I aitornoon while trying ro break into 815 Third avenue south (Redpath) on- the residence of Dr. Mewb'urn. Detective Kgan. who caught ihem, said5 they had screw drivers, chisels and otlior tools and going at the job in true- burglar style. They are bGing Ueld by the police and Supt. K. Chad wick of r.he provincial de- partment, or' delinquent and neglected children has been telegraphed for. CAN'T COUGH IN CHURCH Hamilton. Xov. 21. A unirp.ic case came before Magistrate Jelfs this morning when George Dunn wa? pro- secuted for coughing in the Baptist church. couRhs, cures woUs. teak throat and----- It. appears it, was not. a nal- urai ffuigji stimulated one Jo the miniaier. After hearing all the evidence Dunn bound ovor to the iwcf. Rev. Allen pros.vui- Mo Better Vir- ginia Cigarette lias ever been offered to Ten (cork tips) ;