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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Rivals Get Ahead of the G.T.P. in Route Race The Grand Trunk Pacific railway ha fcei-n "jockeyed" for second iime in its efforts to secure u prior Joca. tion for its proposed branch from the main line to Vancouver. In the second instance 'the laurels were won by tht British Columbia and Alaska Railwaj company, owning a provincial charter This company was organized by New York Its surveyors a fort- night a'go completed a preliminary lo cation of a line down the Fraser river from Fort George to Lytton, a point on the Canadian Pacific railway where river is joined by the main Thomp- son. Maximum grades of six-tenths of one per cent, were secured. The outcome of the race for choice of position along the shelving banks of the river was a foregone conclusion as the engineers of the American capi- talists were in the field two months before the Grand Trunk Pacific sur- veyors commenced work. The applica- tion of the British Columbia Alaska Company for approval of the route has been forwarded to the minister of rail- The Lethbrklge Daily Herald. Saturday, October CHTJKCH SERVICES First Baptist at 11 and 7.30. Sunday School and Adult Bible Class at 3. Everybody welcome. Rev. A. J. Prosser, pastor. Wesley pastor. Rev. T. P. Perry, will preach at both ser- vices. Sunday School and Adult Bible Class at 3 p.m. McKay Street Baptist day school at three p.m. Owing to the pastor's illness there will be no preaching service at four o'clock. St. Andrew's Church Leth- jridge, Rev. W. W. Bryden, minister, Sunday services held in Reding's Hall McKay street. Morning at 31; .Even- ng at Sunday School at 3 p. m. Vil fire cordially invited. Churcr of St. Mary's Pasre 3 11 a. in, on the second and fourtl Sundays. .Baptismal services' follow Ing Sunday School each Sunday. Knox Church A. M. Gordon, minister. Sunday servic- es: Morning at Sacrament o- the Lord's Supper will be administered at the morning service. a: 7.30. Men's Bible Class (Election ot officers') at 12.30. Adult Bible Class and, Sunday School at 3. Westminster Church At Westminster church tomorrow the pastor Rev. A. A. Lytlo will prea-ch at both services. His subject in the morning will be "Christ's Year of Op- position. "Social Purity" will be the evening subject. Sabbath School and Bible Class at three o'clock. St. Low masjs at (Roman Catholic) a.m. with communion. ways at Ottawa. Since their return here a few days ago its engineers have been working day and night -to get the plans in shape 1'or submission to the Domin- ion government. Race to Vancouver The British Columbia Alaska Company is also vested -with authority to build to Vancouver. No survey work on the route between the Upper Fra- ser and 'this city, will be undertaken until next year. It -is not seriously be lieved that either company will be content to connect with the C.P.R.. at Lytton but that both, main lines will turn west from the river near Lillooet and thence reach Vancouver by a more direct route and incidentally open up a rich, mining and agricultural re- gion. The British olumbia and Alaska Company has authority to extend its from Fort George northward to the northwest boundaries of British Columbia, where .connection, it in proposed, will be made with way the same people plan to build across Southwestern Alaska. The two survey parties the company had ar work along the upper Fraser were in charge of Messrs. J. Early and W. Simpson and were sent out by Messrs. I. M. Rice Co., contractors of Van- couver and Seattle. Mr. Early covered one-half of the route south from Fort George, a distance of 300 miles. The Grand Trunk parties are still in the Vancouver Province. Sept. 17, 1910. SOUTH FORT GEORGE BOARD OF TRADE BOOKLET The Grand Trunk now. building from the Atlantic'to ttio Pacific is joint enterprise of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railroad Com- pany and the Dominion .government This road will cross the Fraser River at So.uth Fort George, where it will branch, one branch, going to Prince Rupert and the other to Vancouver. This road is building towards South George from thi east and west. and will be completed and in operation In .Uli. The Canadian Norlhern is also build- ing from Edmonton nncouver. From Tete Jaune -Cache this road wi'l pass down the valley of 'the Nonh Thompson river. Tiiis line also has a survey passing through South Fort George.. South Fort GeorSf is the western Sunday School's p. m. Choral even- f Children's mass at 9.30 a.m. High 7-30 WednowiavB ,-nH mass at 11 a.m. Sunday school at 3 horal evensong Holy" Evening service at 7.30 pm The C. T. U. meet every first and third Sun- day at 4 p.m. in the basement of the convent- The Ladies' Altar Society meets every second Sunday in. the month at 4 p.m. in the convent. will be celebrated on the sec- nd Sunday of each month at a.m. St. Augustin's (Anglican) Holy Communion 8.30 a.m. Morning prayer with sermon 11 a.m. Sunday School 3 p.m. Evening prayer with sermon; 7.30 p.m. (Holy Communion at 11 a. m. on first Sunday in the month.) Rev. J. E. Jlurrell-Wright, JJt. A., rector. St. Andrew's Church (Ncrth Leth- W. W. Bryden. minister. Services held in Redding's .Mc- Kay St. Morning at Sacra ment of the Lord's Supper will be ad- ministered at this service. Evening at 7.20. Sunday school at 3. All cordial- ly welcome. 9 St. Cyprians, (Anglican) The usual services will be held in tne new church 'tomorrow. Morning song at 1] a. m.; Sunday school and Bible Rev. A.', rector. Celebration of the Holy Communion at a. m. on the first and third Sun- day of each month and at 11 a. m. on MARKETS Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg, Oct. opened yv, closed 97 7-8; Nov. opened 97, closed 97 5-8; Dec. opened 95 3-4, closed 96 1-8; May opened 100 5-8. closed 101; cash 1 Nor. 98 3-8; 2 Nor. 94 7-8; 3 Nor. 91 3-4; 2 White Oats Flax 2.10. Liverpool Live Stock Liverpool, Oct. Rogers I (Jo., Liverpool, cable today that owing to boats being late there were very few cattle on offer in the Birkenhead. Supplies for the week r are moderate ices ghow ry little varia- last for States steers from 13 1-4 to 14 cents per pound; Canadian.'-steers irom 12 3-4 to 13 1-4 cents and ranch steers from 11 to cents. STOMACH DISTRESS AND DYSPEPSIA GO A Little Diapepsin Makes Your Stomach Feel Fine In Five Minutes As there is often some one in your family who suffers an attack of Indi- gestion or some form of Stomach trou- ble, why don't- you keep some Diapep- sin in the house handy? v-This harmless blessing will digest anything you- can eat without the slightest discomfort, and overcome a sour, gassy Stomach five minutes af- f. Tell your pharmacist to let you the formula, plainly printed on these 50-cent cases of Pape's Diapepsin. then you will readily see why it makes Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Heart- )urn and distress go in five minutes, and relieves at once such miseries as Belching, of Gas, Eructa- ions of sour, .undigested food, Nausea Headaches, Dizziness, Constipation and other .Stomach disorders. Some folks have tried so long to find -relief from Indigestion and Dj-spep- sia or an out-of-order stomach with the common, everyday cures adver- tised that they have about made up their minds that they have something elee wrong, or believe theirs is a case of Nervousness, Gastritis, Catarrh of the Stomjf.cn or Cancer. This, no doubt; is a serious mistake Your real trouble-is, what you eat doer not digest; instead, it ferments an-J sours, turns to acid, Gas and Stomach GOVERNMENT OF COREA BY JAPAN Tokio, Japan j' Sept. regu- lations adopted for the government of Korea were gazetted today. They provide for a -governor-general, in- vested with authority to make ordin- ances subject to the' approval 01 the Emperor of Japan. A premier and a privy council to administer affairs will be appointed. The governor-gen- eral will 'be lieutenant-general Vis- count Torauchi, heretofore the resi- dent-general Of Korea and the deputy resident general Isbaru Yamagata, will be the president of privy coun- cil. poison, which'putrefy in the digestive tract and intestines, and. besides, poi son :the breath.. A hearty appetite, .with thorough di and without the slightest dis comfort or of the Stomach, if waiting for you as soon as you decide t-r try Pape's Diapepsin. GAS AJVD OIL AT BRANTFORD When you're off little bit sick yet not sick enough to call the want a SURE and SAFE family MEDICINE THAT YOU CAN ABSOLUTELY RELY OF. That's why we are advertising this trademark. Land Punched FuU of Holes Toronto. Oct. are boring holes all over the community in the neighborhood of Mr. Harold E. Howell's. farm .in Onondaga township, Brant County, looking for oil- Mr. Howell struck oil in a very liberal sense on his -farm on River Road. Onondaga, aiout six. .miles east of Brantford, last April. He sank a LOCAL BUDGET George J. Bryan, of Calgary, and William B. Reilley, secretary of the Rocky Mountain Cement are in the city together on Business today. is arriving on the ground for the Hull'.'block. Redcliffe brick is being A.-B. Stafford went out to Chin yes- terday to spend a few days Sallee, duck. shooting. As a result of an advt. in last night's 'Herald H: A. McKillop Co. sold in bulk an entire shipment of jardin- iere. All the Societies taking part'in the Tag Sunday parade tomorrow even- ing are requested to line up at the corner of Dufferin and 'Round streets tomorrow -evening at sis o'clock snarp. C. P. R. Travelling Passenger' Ag- ent McNeiilie will be in on Monday and .will r th- -Letnbridge exc-.irsion to Spokane, the two cars composing which will be at- tached to the Spokane flyer on Tues- day morning. It is hoped to be able to get the cars on .Monday 'so that. tnose going can sleep in them that night instead- of having to get up at four o'clock in the morning. C. (i. K. Nourse, president of the Board- of Trade, returned last night from Calgary where been act ing manager ot the Bank of Commerce for the last month. He expected tc be a'ble to go with the Lethbridge ex- :ursion to -Spokane next week, finds now he has got' to return'to Cajgary for another week. The Dowsley-McMillan Land Co. yesterday sold for J. c. Cameron a .has increased to-tejvbarrels a day. I To add to the borers, Look for the dandelion-colored wrappers and the The formulas of i oil is profits Family Remedies are all exceptionally .imiUr to yoiir own j t0 lr" Hcnre" aM now practically doctor would prescribe There's a special Nyal for most ordinary, every- fvfr7 Onoadaga is sticking day ailments which we know to be effective. We strongly recommend Family because we know what's I doctor can know and you may know too. holes all over the ground in a quest for riches in the form 'of crude oil or gas or both. Anything you buy with the name will give you entire satisfaction. Sold and guaranteed by 241S ALL LETHBRIDGE DRUGGISTS i? j f It is in -time of sudden mishap or ac- cident that Chamberlain's Liniment car be relied upon to take thjj' place of the family doctor, who cannot aiways be found at the moment. Then it is that Chamberlain's Liniment is never found wanting. In cases of sprains, cuts and 'bruises Chamberlain'? jiniment takes out the soreness anr drives away the pain. Sold by al] druggists. tt.- minus of the Pine Pass Railway, ;.c j bt- built from Ecmon.oi by of the .Vine Pass and the Peaco River Valley. Bouth Fort is ihe terminus of the projected. Victoria-Fort George Kail way. South Fort George is on the line of the proposed B. C. Central Railroad. South Fore George is on the line of the proposed British Columbia Ala ka Railroad. South Fort George is on the line of proposed railroad from Bute Inlet. REAL ESTATE District lo: 932 at Fort George is now surveyed in ;o lots and registered in th city, of Ka avloops under plan numbe 726. This property -is situated in th Danvies sub-division an between George townsite anc South Fo rt George and adjoining tin Indian re serve, which has been grant ed the Gfrand Trunk Pacific. This in your las'; chance to get in at the be ginning of things, no matter how busv you are.or how valuable your time is you lose a groat opportunity if you do no: get into communication with u at onc'2. 12 Armstrong Block Calgary Alberta Or by nuine Stack-Reduci COMMENCING OCTOBER 15 BAYS ONLY! 15 BAYS CXNXY! THE ESTIBE STOCK OF _ block Duff Addition., The price was They also' sold to Jas, Macdonald a ten acre 'tract of irrigated land just east of the new jail. The price was 5120 per acre. Mr. Macdonald intends larming it. The Sons-' of England will assemble in Oddfellows. Hall tomorrow evening at six o'clock in order to attend'the tratemal societies' Tag.Sunday par- ade. All members requested to at- tend. Wilfrid Gribble of Toronto, organT izer for the Socialist party of Canada, speak tomorrow (Sunday) even- ing at the, Eureka theatre. The chair Exclusive Agents Lethbridge Alberta ROAD, NORTH PHONE 1023 PHONE 1023 To be sold at BOCK BOTTOM PRICES absolutely RE- GARDLESS OP COST. FOR CASH ONLY FOR CASH ONLY Here are a few samples: REG. PRICE. China Cabinet Ex. Tables 18.00 Couches 10.50' Morris Rockers 10.50 Beds (all sixes) from up Squares up quantity of LACE CURTAINS, BLANKETS, COM- FORTERS, SHEETS, OILCLOTH, TABLE COVERS, all to be cleared" at COST PRICE. 20 Per Cent, off All CROCKERY SALE PRICE. 15.25 7.75 up will be taken at eight o'clock. Mr. tiribbie's subject will be "The Mis- sion of the Working Classes." Every- body will be welcome. Cflas. E. Brower, the -busy Ford St. Tailor, Has purchased from R. A. Wright one of the most up-to-date elec- tric clocks ever handled in the West for his new showing parlors. Mr. Wright made special arrangements for this, clock when in New York last J uiy. In the case of H. 'Pulley, the old i man charged with indecently assault-j j ing a young girl at. Diamond Citv, the charge was yesterday, On the ad- vice of the reduced to one of common assault.' C. Sim- mons appeared on behalf of Pulley, and pointed cm. thai, he was a pecu- liar and harmless old gentleman. His brother, who was present, was ad- vised to look af'u-t him and he was fined Sa and costs. A sheriff's sale of the stock and nxtures belonging to How On, Fung yuan, men Fung and Quan Leo will r, take place at their .place of business, i tiie B. C. Restaurant, 416 Round ..St.. on Oct. 7th. The death occurred this morning at the residence of Mrs. Bartlett, 51G Kaciiel street. No'Yth Lethbridge, of -John Hill. Deceased had only been out from the old country three months. The cause of death i.s given as con- sumption. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon under the direction of R. C. Addison at three o'clock from the residence to the An- glican cemetery. Removing Coal Grate c Inserting Wood Grate You Can Change Grates For Coal or Wood in a Jiffy without tools, without" trouble. The coal grate slips out of a Sask-Alta Steel Range with, ease the wood grate slides in as readily. The.McClary patented Duplex coal grates have short strong teeth that crush clinkers. They cannot "stick." You can dump'the ashes in one end of the fire-box if half the fife goes "out, because the twin- grates operate independently of each other. Inverted, they are used for burning wood temporarily. Steel Range Sask-Alta- means better baking ancl cooking results with less coal and less nearest McClary agent will gladly show yptfwhy you'll be delighted with 'it; Write the nearest 'McClary for the Sask-Alta booklet before you part with your range money, Toronto, -Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, John, H.B., London, for Sale by Stafford-flpew Co., 3 white iron (single) "8 white iron beds, complete, full size 2 camp beds and mattresses 9 dressers, mahogany, oak and mission. 5 wash stands A great many yds. heavy in- laid linoleum. 2 Brussels squares 2 all wool art squareSj Pillows and bedding 1 Souvenir range 2 laundry stoves Cooking utensils, lamps and dishes 1 solid oak extension table 1 maple ext. table 14 maple dining room 'chairs Set dining room chairs, seat .upholstered in leather. 1 solid -oak-buffet 2 strong tables suitable for kitchen use 5 bed room 'witing tables 2 parlor tables 1 bed lounge 1 .davenport bed couch. 2 reclining chairs' 1 morris chair 3 rocking, chairs 1 ladies' writing desk.' 1 large bureau 1 chiffonier 1 hallrack 1'wardrobe 1 sharing cabinet 3 pairs tapestry -curtains 15 pairs white window curtains Silver, etc. One Upright Piano almost new (Evans) make This lot of furniture is high grade-and in good condition. reserve.) F. Waddington Auctioneer J. Lee Johnston Proprietor Unreserved Auction Sale of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE At 312 Cutfaill Street, at 11 a.m. Monday, October 10th, '10 The following articles will be A technical training school for ho- tel employes is to be established' in Indianapolis by the International Ho- tel Stewards' which has set aside for the purpose. cough annoys-you. Keep-on hacking and tearing the delicate mem- branes of your throat if you want to be annoyed. But if you want relief, want be cured, take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.' Sold by ail druggists. CARD OF THANKS we, as husband and mother, desire to express our thanks to all the friends tor tokens of sympathy in our recent Bereavement. J. MURPHY and MRS. LEE. Trinity College School Port Hope, Oat Residential School for Beys Healthy ritnaiion. Fireproof Build- injrs. Eitensire Play- grounds, large Gymnasium, ing Panks, etc. Bora prepared for the Univereitica, Royal Military College, and Business! Special attention given to younger boys. Kcit term begins Sept K toys Nftort oa Sept i8. Ar- and an fnfvrmatr'tm U appfy to Of fftadmasUr M. A, PORT HOPE. 9NT. Union Slock Yards HORSE EXCHANGE Toronto, Out. Auction Sale of Horses, Carriages Harness Every Monday and Wednesday Horses and Harness always on hand for sale. Accommodation for HORSES. NORTH-WEST TRADE A SPECIALTY. Railway loading chutes ai. stable doors. WHEN YOU COME EAST TO BUY HORSES make yo.ur head- quarters with us at Stock Yards Hotel. This is the wholesale distributing point, of ONTARIO. HORSES for the Dominion. OF ALL CLASSES almost daily, will save time and money. We receive fresh consignments Try our market first, and you ;