Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
f Adi F THE LETHBRI06E DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER I, IfM. EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK 1859. A general Banking business transacted Account's of Mer- chants and Farmers invited Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rate's. ROUND STREET Old Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. MASSACHUSETTS HARVEST TIME Should be a season of plentiful money for many of our people, and much of this should find its way in- to the Bank. We "wish remind all of the fa- cilities of the TORONTO foJ. conducting the b'.anking business of farmers and town and city people. Surplus money should be deposited in our Savings Department where it will earn in- terest and where it will be SAFE jhtil required for use. Small or large amounts may be deposited or withdrawn at any time. INCORPORATED 1865 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH T. W. McEachern Manager HON. SYDNEL FISHER REGRETS SLOVENLY FARMING iN i THE WEST i I Will Establish Two More Experi- mental Farms and Several Sub-Stations Ottawa, Sept. Fisher's visit to Western Canada is ex to result in important agricultur And Outline Hopeful of Success Boston, Sept. prospects bright for harmony and practically unanimous choice of a state ticket the Massachusetts Democratic State convention was opened today in Fan- oui! Hall. Up to the time of conven- tion there was only one contest in sight. This was between James H. Vahey, of Waterton, last year's Gub- ernatorial candidate and Mayor J. T. Couglin, of Fall River, for tho nom- ination for govenor. In addition to the appearance of harmony among the party leaders, the announcement that the names of at least two so-call- ed "Liberal" Republicans would presented to the convention for pro- minent places on the Democratic tick- et was also a feature. On the slate -drawn ut> at meetmS oi tne party j last .night, Eugene Ross, of Cohassett de- was named for Lieutenant Governor velopments. The Minister has TT cided as a result of his observations! whUe K that more sub-stations are S'-Iected for attorne-v -eiieral The and the estimates of his department pledge5 the part-v for the ensuing fiscal year will the State amonff other io elude sums required for this purpose. I There will also be a couple of '.Aa, freductfoa of the experimental farms.'sites for which l tanff dutieS the of life, will be decided upon in a short time j'? rebuke lo the EePublican Party for With half the labor, and at half the cost of other oap, Sunlight does the whole washing In half the time, yet without injuring the most delicate fabric. Use It the Sunlight way. Follow the directions. LONDON DEVELOPS A SWEET TOOTH Great Increace of in the Consumption Candies London, Sept. of the fondness of Eskimos lor gmndrops and the sustaining properties of su- gar, of which a substantial ration is now supplied regularly to soldiers in! the German army, there soesms to be, a distinct increase in the eonsump- j tion of candies of all sorts in Eng-1 land of late. The enhanced value of j the shares of the big sweetmeat sell- ing companies is one indication. An- other indication is that everywhere in j tho City of London one sec-s an in-1 crease in the number of itinerant! _ nougat sellers and other curbstone I candy hawkers, who are all doing a I good business. Automatic camly supplying machin- es have to be filled oftener and work- ing-men may be seen frequently buy- ing a pennyworth of sweetstuff and eating it as they go. This probably affects the tobacco trade adversely sit all events in the poorer cfuarters of London tobacconists are complain- i ing while confectioners rejoice. j Temperance advocates also welcome New Haven, Conn., Sept. j the siprns of increased consumption of the request of detective sweeus among the working classes, as! to counteract the desire for i IAMOND AND Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for Bath or Toilet in hot weather. For washing underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses and purifies. EVELYN THAW'S BROTHER ARRESTED nient Howard Nesbitt, Evelyn Nesbitt was not brother o iven a hear- Mr. Fisher regrets the tendency Western Canada to slovenly iniquitous traiff revision hurn- A comprehensive reciprocal Canada not con- ing in police court today on the tech- nical charge of idleness iipon which he was arrested last night, and bail i being fixed at 5500, he was sent to it intoxicants. BRITISH GOVERNMENT WILL TAKE OVER MARCONI SYSTEM ever, will bring about changes and! pledged to the ratification of the con- in a decade rotation by crops have be the rule rather than the stitutional element, Imperialism, the nomination of Unit- exception. Regarding British Colum-i? StateS Senators b-v Popular vote, direct tion, indirect attempt. bia, Mr. Fisher expressed the view that the stringency of labor was re- tarding the development in that pro- vince, still great strides were being' made. He expects to see a large HIMSELF port trade to Europe develop at Van-] couver in a few years and Vancou- ver, he thinks, will in time rank reform of and trial by jury in cases of which he was showing what he claim ed to be a diamond ring, he gave the name of Roy E. Campbell. Detective Except Long Distance and Have Right to Use AH Patents London, Sept." government after prolonged negotiations, has Pearl Goods A large consignment of Pearl and Diamond Set Jewelry has just arrived, including A. DIAMOND EARINGS LOCKETS BROOCHES Etc., Etc. TIE PINS Diamond Earings Brooches Diamond Rings Sergeant Dennehy found a bank book completed arrangements to take over ih the man's clothes and then de- manded his right name. He ad-- initted he was Roy Nesbitt. THEODORE Nairobi-, British South Africa, Sept. Theodore Roosevelt, who .-was expected to arrive here on October 15th from his hunting trip, will prob- ably not come in until the 23rd. The delay is caused by the indisposition of Edmund Heller, the zoologist of the party, who is slightly ill, as the result of the pressure of work. next to Montreal as the largest city in the Dominion. ALASKA WANTS Fairbanks, Alaska, Sept. Mayors of all the cities in Alaska and the editors of the leading newspapers have joined in sending a telegram to President Taff urging him to aid them in securing the passing of a congres- sional act, giving Alaska an elective legislature. New Orleans, Sept. himself by his feet instead of the neck was the novel method of self all the coaet stations of the Marconi Wirelese system excepting the long t distance stations at Clifton and Pold- tm, which the company retains for PRAISES BRITISH SHIPS jits projected trans-Atlantic service, j New York, Sept. the elec- j The government pays for these BY HIS FEET trical display by the British warships I stations and gets also the right to j greatly surpassed the 'Americans last use an existing patents and all in> I night is the opinion of Thomas A. provements made, during the next Edison. i fourteen years under the control, of Haa, _ i "What feature of the display on the the British Postal Dtpartment. The destruction employed by Sam Young, Hudson struck you most Marconi Nations will be opened for an_aged Malay fisherman on he was asked. by the British communication. fully with all. ships the Gulf Coast of Louisiana. The Ma- lay is said to halve .been the wealth- iest fisherman in the settlement but during last week's storm the chest in which his fortune was stored, was swept away. His body was found hanging dead, head downward from a tree, his legs tied firmly to the branch. came the response like an I irrespective of their wireless system, electric spark. "It's a shame that; TJp to the present time the Marconi our -warships made so poor a show-! company has endeavored to persuade ing in comparison to that of the Bri- all ships to install its system. The Agency for the Celebrated BALL and HOWARD WATCHES R. A. WRIGHT The Live Jeweller Established 1898 tish. I never savr a more brilliant display of electric light than that manifested by the British Saturday night. I felt ashamed of our fail- ure. post office is taking over all the Lloyd's wireless stations. The ad- miralty h'as long urged the vital im- portance of vesting the control of wireless telegraphy in the post office. against allowing the establishment of a private monopoly in wireless tele- graphy. It will pay you to with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 Herald Want Ads Bring Results It will pay you to with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26, LIMOGES CHINA DINNER SETS BERRY SETS TOILET SETS ROZANE WARE JARDINIERES and hand-painted JAPANESE WARE at a discount of 20 Per cent. We open this department for inspection with some confidence, feeling that the representative display of our large stock will be a pleasant surprise to every housekeeper who visits the store. We have endeavored to make the stock both wide and complete. A big shipment is no w en the way and we SRI have ordered a very comprehensive and varied stack for Christmas trade. It Is our aim to supply just what you are looking for and will make A Specialty ef This Department These goods have not been marked up se that a discount can lie given. They are marked to give good values when sold at these figures. However, to introduce them and to offer additional inducement for you to become ac- quainted with this department, we are giving A Discount of 20 per cent, up till To-morrow Night The stock consists of Limoges China, Dinner Sets, Berry Plates. Toilet Sets, Rozane Ware. -All ladies are cordially invited to inspect the stock whether desiring to purchase or not. You will recognize ths as an oppor- tunity to procure a superior grade of Crockery and China at greatly reduced Successors to the J. Brown Co.