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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethtoidge Bally Herald. October TT "D TT1 T A CHPC ILb 11 We have a quantity of short 1 inch boards and ship-lap and some dimension that we are going to out at per M. Don't forget us when you are in need of building material of any kind eet THE LUMBER CO. Westminster Rd. Phone 10G3 Yardt at t-ethbridge N. Taber Bow Iste'ja Milk River High River Claresholm Nanton Granum Carmangaj; Barons Kipp Jet. f'lONIST 'Pi-UK' Winnl of curt! the allt1, 'Aiheriw j der T; i English Paul fa i.i bound ticket. i intends GOOL- H. Cle-.iv W.- Is 'to -be he 'tneatre tures are i for some" good deal k pressed as to iivn induced the j past- Jt {TELEPHONE CONNECTION AS FAR AS BASSANO Bussano, Sept. lor the iong distance telep'ehone line arrived j nere several days since and during week were being ''delivered be- I tween Here and CX owfoot. Tne tash !ot" the line between- here and j'uieichen has -'been in -progress for ov- er" a montli and it should not te long before it will 'be" extended, to Bassano. rile 2eople" .Cluny have. had tele- Pnone. communication for several days 'be a sr.eat convenience officers to or- j tor the 'people here to have telephonic a prominent i communication -with the many neigh- i.n the St. >-Boring towns, as well-as the larger Jit. He was j centres like Lethbridge, Calgary and return icUgnant and TAX CLAIM .OF REPORT SAYS CHAVEZ IS DEAD Young Man Who Flew Across Alps Succumbs to Injuries f l1.: ..YCEUM 7cceeded F. 'he Montreal, Sept. is the old ;aim'" explained Mr. R; Sr 'Logan, as- '.-.a the hill I sistant to the president of'-the, G. T. little jK-' "ivjlen for 'statement rela- raving-pic-1tlve to a despatch from Grand Rapids the crtv efr6ct that the 'State of -Michi" Milan. Sept. message from Demodossola says that George Cha- vez, the Peruvian aviator, died there yesterday. Chavez failed rapidly since yester- fiav and it was, believed today that his death was imminent. Chavez is 23.years old. Until yesterday, however, it was thought he vrou'Fd recover, Then symptoms of internal injuries develop ed, and a.general depression. in patient 'was noticed. -Mason in Al Wilson, tioesn't yod; Uerman this char. erica vv-itfc In very ists.. Her character orou-s in certainly on the i.'i at any .That n too had bones I tainme. ;i ciiehce the cffcy it thing in :t with the li and Ba-be gan, -had talcen suit''in' .the Circuit uourt tnere claiming, arrears of taxes ror a total of from, the Be- il iiicing act-'TT01t'' Haven'and Milwaukee >1 i.an voice, which is a: Grand Trunk com- pany. Further he asserted: "VYe" had resist this'claim successfully and had re VVAINWRIGHT HELD CIVIC ELECTIONS :-ir as a u' famous Am- a favorable the supreme court of ".Michigan. I can- 1 ,1 us the not understand "what this'new suit !''iige art- and in the absence of "further I'iikes her L -cannot say anything." hum- act is GIVES LARGE.-ESTATE seen FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES city, Montreal, Sept. the test ot" the will of St. Charles, president of the Hoche- and laga JBanK, has nof yet., been made enter- Known, it is understood, that the bulk of his ..fortune will go- to -educational (benevolent institutions.' First Mayor Incorporation of Town Celebrat- ed by Display of Fireworks Sept. aas been incorporated as town. The results of the first election are: Mayor, H. Pawling. Councillors: Walter Musson, W." Crawiora, S. ..L-Covey, V7. B. Mills, C. U-. Cook, Dr. Watson. torfi and Covey serve "for two" years. Mills, Cook and .Dr. Watson- for. one year. Tne Citizens' band turned out -in the evening an-d fireworks were used rreely to celebrate the incorporation of the most .progressive and promising town- between -Saskatoon and Edmon- ton.'1 Lethbridge Has 722 Ac- cording .to the New. Book The expansion o! the telephone sys- tem o'f Alberta is one of the remark- able evidences partly of the use that is" Being- put, to the telephones on the .ou-e hand and partly oi the great of the province on the other hand. The .new'boot for the telephone Months Credit Sale of if EDNESDAY, OCTOBER Farm, known as -the. 20 tf feted by Public Auction at the .above premises the foUowing .HORSES Age Weight 9 9 8 S 9 9 10 9 30 9 S S 9 9 S ft S 1 1450 1500 1400 1300 1600 1200 1250 1300 1300 1200 1300 1350 1300 1480 1300 MOO 3400 1500 1250 il 00 1200 1200 CATTLE 1 red cow. sged 6 IMPLEMENTS 6 Fish Bros, brick wagons, nearly new, complete with whiffle trees and neck yoke, 2% inch tires 1 Bonanza truck wagon, 3 inch tires. 1 B. P.-Moe wagon. 3 inch tires. 1 Milburn wagon, 2% inch tires, box, whiffle 'trees, neck yoke, complete. 5 basket wagon racks. r MeCormack swinging stacker. 2 sweep rakes. 3 'seven-foot Deering binders, with tongue and trucks. 3 five-foot Deering mowers. 1 ten-foot Deering liay rake 1 Moon's top b.uggy complete. 1 eigh'teen-inch plow. S sets double team harness. 1 set double light harness. company shows- that there are in. the neighborhood of telephones. Calgary leads with telephones. Edmonton The "other, leading-cities and towns are- as follows Lethbridge, 722; Sft-atheona '450; -.Medicine Hat, rose, 169; High Paver, 1S5: Red Deer ;GERSTARE MILLIONS OF CASH Combines- in Cajiada- Capitaliza- tion This Year -Big mergers effected in Canada dur- ing the past two years are dealt with in an exhaustive review in the Mone- tary Times.this with attention to ttaeir objects, advantages and dan- gers. Summarized the extent of these mergers, capitalization and financing snows; The absorbed 135 individual companies. The number "of. industrial amalgam- ations consummated in Canada since January, 1909, is 20. .The aggregate authorized capitali- zation, including fronds, of 19 of these mergers is The securities issued to the as a result of the amalgamation move- ment; totalled at least The smsJiest merger was the Sie- Limited, capitalized All Users of EDDTS "SILENT" MATCHED Know they make no nowe or sputter, have no odor; are quick, safe and sure. Made by and t B. Hdy, Co, limitetf your nearest grocer for them ViONTREAL POLICE THINK THEY HAVE DIAMOND'.THIEF Montreal, Sept. tton received from the Bos-ton 'bureau if criminal Chief Car- Center is of the the de- tartment here has made, important ar- est in Jacoh Lechting, a young' man of 24, who is "un-der the Ex- THE EVEUY .SALES: Contract With Geo. ware Merchant, to Stock in panies. Lacombe, Stettler, 12S- Olds, Vegrevilie. 119; Fort Sas- katchewan, 115- Taber, 104; Cardston i fn? amount, in vari It absorbed three com- i is "acwier the Ex- traaitlon Act, the theft- of. The aggregate, capitalization of 106 tnese companies was apyroslmate- thanous tocreased upon amal- NEWS FROM TOWNSHIP 2-15 I f gamauon. The largest .consolidation was worth of uncut diamonds. The Boston police allege that (Lecht- ing left Boston after stvindliiig Bos- ton and New York diamond dealers out of tout tie; only charge Steel the against Mm Is tliet of of Canada, Limited ntrv. There is no need to capitalization, me tW ground is in fine amoucted to Everybody is Susy in this section ot- the country. tion.. for breakicg aii-d the weather is all right. Wm. Snapp, of Kansas moved to his homestead here, Thursday, Sept. 22. Michael's threshing, .outfit has been busy in this vicinity for the last week. Mr.-Geo. Close has returned from the FJatheati 'Valley in Montana, .where he has been" employed lifting forest fires. Mr. Close is able "to see the advantages of this country, after seeing the disadvantages of a rough heavily timbered country that re- quires work t0 prepare the land i( lor cultivation than it is worth. .Mrs. Geo. Snapp. Of Warner, has watch took over, five companies. Its authorized capitalization, including Wide Spread Movement The -merger movement is 'wide- spread, embracing nearly all kinds of commodities. companies handling .soap, cereals, as- leather, .-ce- ment, dried' fish, -carriage, bolts anfi nuts, steel, coal, ice, felts, -have al] seen apparent or real gain in a com- omation of'interests. Arrangements have- a'lso -been made between navlga- Hon, and power, brewery, can- ning, retail hox- trade, and other com- 10, and in answer to on before J udge Choquet, extraditing commissioner, he denied '-that he Knew anything about the diamonds at aiL The case, -was continued for :a week by. the commission pending more information from the Boston of- ficers. From the attitude of the pris- oner, the authorities infer that Eecht- ing -will make a fight against being taken 10 Boston. A deal of" consideraJb'Ies put stock of street, --will -be' featured- tne .'public'-for. sixty, days Known- sales makers, the (Company of Calgarv and; YancouyerAV who are well kno-wn ,to. the tnis district, as distributors and money getters. i stock is just should be time- by duplicate, Kayr Bros.., who formerly the ibusiness, 'as well' -as purchases made 'by the present H. Ling. Not an article ed and everything in. tJ he reduced in price. A., stoves and ranges' will sale prices and over 'TOOO- .'pieces of panics More Mergers Likely GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC NOT OPERATING AT LAKE HEAD Winnipeg, Sept -Man- ager Chamberlain expressed .surprise _____ last nigftt at the story emanating in Ot- O'CIOCK. tawa that the freight and passenger hands at reduced prices. pay the regular .price anything ;the store. A large stafiE of extra men are maMng ready opens Saturday morning- S wheel rnanufactur- for a few da vs. ROSEMEAD TfT-BlTS .been visiting friends in this vicinity j ing companies will probablv amalgam 2t nQT-c ate, or at least evolve a mutually ag- jreeapie understanding. British" Col- umbia, dispatches -speak of the possi- 'ble on the Pacific, coast, of a large deep sea fisherj- trust capital of several million dol- lars. Two well known financiers were reported to be arranging for the purchase of a fish company which handles practically all the halibut taught on the .coast, they were Rosemead, Sept. Mr. and Soudan, and Mr. and Mrs. Archam- bio were Rosemead visitors Sunday. Henry Charter is instaiiing his fur- here must' be some nace this week. cold Tom Bt-amish and' Fred pelleticr c (have Montana to spend the put- winter trapping. Messrs. Ennlson and -Lee are ting up hay o; reserve, fhev s.r-s it standing- for 1 a' 50 cents a ton.- Emilson SavS duck iatere3tS' and goose hunting is excellent and said to be planning the purchase of two other.deep sea fishing companies. j I they are making a pleasure outing as Mr. Snider purchased a cream sep- I arator iron] Henry Charter this week. JBIG'NEW SCHOOL TO 1 BE BUILT, AT BASSANO Kassano. Sept. I' Buckingham, -fcn MI Engine, 35 horsepower, double cylinder. .Keel .'River Special Separator, 40x64 inch. .rut-fit almost will foe without reserve as the proprietor Is giving up farming >.c. per 8 months credit, with furnishing joint or bankable paper with annum. Eight per cent off for cask Wm. Prop. j, A, And. This sale was originally advertised to take place at J. C. Grave's Sale Barn, Lethbridge, but has been postponed until October 12th, the taking prace at the farm, [secretary of the- board of school trus- j-wes, on Friday received a letter irom j the provincial board of education stat For a considerable time, well defined rumors have been heard, respecting an amalgamation of several large cotton companies, while an American cotton combine -was re- cently negotiating for several Canad- ian mills. Kecently it was understood that a merger of the larger mica mines of the Gatineau valley would be consum- mated. Arrangements were -being made to amalgamate several Ontario gas companies, but these did not mat- erialize. Other proposed combines service will be inaugurated .between .KKtmonton and Lake 'Head. '-He said tne road to Fort WiHiam was not complete but will most likely be fit for freight purposes in a fortnight. It is not expected "that." passenger- trains will be run on" this line -until next year, and until that time there is not much hope of it being completed lor regular traffic: GEO. E. FOSTER is BACK IN TORONTO- BANQUET C. M. HAYS. St. Jonn, N. B., -Sept. Wil- liam Pugslejr and Hon. G. -P. Graham are invited to attend the Board of Trade banquet to President Hays of the Grand Trunk Pacific here "next weeK. Toronto, Sept. Geo. ter has returned to spending three months at-his BrunswicK home, Jjis strength at the seaside after- Ms.'ill- ness during the session. "I have ,been .a and will snend the time hefore opening of Parliament quietly said Mr. Foster, "I amleel-. ing very much 'better.' JVir. Foster will -be one of the 'chief speakers at meeting w'jich celd 'by Ward Four inj Broadway Hall next uonth..: stove house will be erevted at once. They i aesire to havp the roof closed in be- jiore the cold begins. St. John. x. H.. Sept. public i YI ff u i j ue 'board had given permis- 'wore taose of four Hamilton jsion to -borrow sum Gf for j manufacturers. Stock market move- jr-he purpose or erecting and equipping ments at -Montreal during the past :a large school House. ,days have led to circulation Ji-e .nibtccs si ate that the school of a rumor that the -Montreal Street Railway, the Canadian Power, the Montreal Power and the -Shawinigan Companies may amalgamate. i The -combined stock capitalization, at BARGES IN prices, represents about NEW BRUNSWJCK ouo.000. Several .malleable casting companies of Ontario mav slso am- atlLties con.miSslon on the application sigamate in tne near future. jot .MA. Powon, K. C.. has agreed io j International Relations hear the comj.laiin at its next meet- This merger movement has not tins o; tne allied extfessive charges J been confined to wholly Canadian con- by nic New Brunswick Tele-kerns. An amalgamation of five rtib- ooii-janj. concerns involved three compan- ies in -States and one in The International Cotton 'Amis Corporation, of New York- state, and capitalized at is believed to have acquired or pro- poses to acquire two or more Can- adian cotton mills. pnne -r v v INDIAN LEADER TALKS REVOLT 4- .Montreal. Sept. uoianaic, a of the In- 41 dian. national party en route from VaiVcouver to Washing- ton, arrived here today. He said "India is in a ferment; the population is on the eve of revolt and a general move- ment. of insurgency with a re- public as the ultimate goal is on the ws-." Friendly relations are also thought to exist between the largest Canadian and United .States asbestos corpora- tions. N. W. M. P.; OFFICER MOVED t- t "T1 Sergt.-Majdr Mewson, of the Royal West Mounted Police here, has been trsnsfen-ftd to Calgary. Sergt. V Hum-by..tattes" over his duties hf-re Acting Sergeant-Major. The Plants Staow Why Why do your plants sooa wither and die In the house in Winter? BECAUSE the house lacks BECAUSE the kind of Furnace you have is giving-off a parching heat. Tne average Furnace does this because in warming- the air It dries out the natural humidity of the atmosphere M f np !t'' Insttad of the 70% average humidity of the present furnace heated air probably contains less than of moisture. Tfec Stessedy Is fa fee OF THE a encircles the it is ft fielos several times as m-jch water AS the makeshift pan in the average is placed just at the proper position to catch the Incoming to give It extra moisture before It gets to the heating surface, and thus tne -air supplied to the rooms is almost as humid as the outside Sttmospherc. The "Good Circle Wateroaa Furnace saves Doctors' bills sis as coal bills. For full particulars of the Furnace write S JAMES STEWART MFC, CO., WOODSTOCK. Ont. WINNIP Sold and recommended by Kfck-SeM "Hardware Co., AJla. ;