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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOI FOUR FRESH from the GARDENS OF THE FINEST TEA PRODUCING COUNTRY IN THE WOKLD-THE ISLAND OF CEYLON II SALADA II Bonus Of Ten Dollars a Share DELICIOUS-PURE-HEALTE- AT ALL GROCERS TEA Wheat Goes Up In Price Wheat prices show an advance of three cents from Tuesday's figures this morning. Live stock and dairy products are stationary. No. 1 Northern 0 80 GRAIN MARKET Winnipeg, Man., opened 1-4 to 3-3 higher and closed unchanged to 3-3 higher. AH opened up strong, a shade higher than yesterday's closed, but all the giu-r-r seemed to be out of the market the two days' advance. Primary u- ceipts were heavy beinff half a mil- jlion over last y-ar oil the same date. Montreal, pet. the.annual meeting of the Lake of the Woods Milling Company, which was held this afternoon, Robert Meighon, the Pres- ident announced that a bonus of ten dollars a share would be paid on the common stock.' The bonus will be paid out of surplus profits on the 8th of November. The net profits for the year amounted to DOG FISH KILLS VALUABLE LOBSTER United Fisheries Department Has Problem to Solve Washington, D. C., Oct. ther the valuable lobster or the "worth less dog fish of the waters of Rhode Island and Massachusetts is to be allowed to survive, is a burning No. 2 Northern 0 77' Prices sagged off toward the close. question that. is receiving the care_ Chicago-December opened 101 7-S; ful of Commissioner J. No.-3 Northern 0 74 j May 103 3-4. Closed December 101 3-8; j iL Bowers of Bureau of Fisher. No. 1 Alberta Red o 78 j 103 1-6. j ies_ Several millions of summer No. 2 Alberta Red 0 75 j Minneapolis-December opened 99 No. 3 Alberta Red 0 72 3-8; May 103. Closed December 93 0 25 1 00 0 00 0 00 850 11 00 4 50 15 00 Oats, per cwt................. 0 70 Barley Flax........................ Cattle on the hoof: Steers, per Cows, Ib. ........0 02% Live, per cwt........0 00 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Sheep: Live, per cwt........000 Dressed, per cwt.....1250 and Eggs: Daiiy butter .....-----025 Creamery butter Eggs, per dozen .Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. Onions, per Ib.' Feed: Hay ..prairie Hay, blue joint Dry............... Cured Rendered Tallow: No. 1. per Ib: 3-4; May 102 1-4. opened December 94 1-2; Mcy 99 1-3. Closed tourists who seek the cool breezes of the New England coast, will be inter- ested in the contest betweea the lob- 1-8! ster and the dog fish, as the price of October 96 5-3; December 93 5-8; May 98 1-2. closeid 34 1-8; cember 32 7-S; May 36. WANT BEER AND WINE lobsters has gone up largely because ihe marauding dog fish hover about and gormandize themselves upon1 De- tjjjs food and in that way prevent the {catch from increasing as would other- jwise' be the-case. The efforts of the j bureau of fisheries to propogate the AT COBALT {lobster so thai- it may become plen- tiful and cheap, have been nullified to so great an extent by the avaric- ious dog fish that Commissioner Bow- 1 25 0 03 10 00 13 50 Toronto, Ont., Oct. petition is now in circulation at Cobalt and re- ported to be largely signed asking the Ontario government to grant beer j ers is contemplating placing a price and wine licenses for that place in j on the heads of the marine nuisance j view of the typhoid outbreak due to j so as to enable fishermen to devote i contaminated water. The petition j their efforts to rid the sea of them, asks for immediate action. j SITUATION VACANT WANTED: Well educated youth of good appearance and address for Office -Junior. given .to one who has had some exper- ieuoe, is used to tele- phone, and is desirous of following a Mercantile Career. Apply by letter in own handwriting to THE lERTLEY COMPANY LIMITED IETHBRIDGE MTU THEATRICAL MAN DEAD Montreal, Que., Oct. W. Bennett, of London, Ont., the well "TAY PAY" IS COMING London, Oct. P. O'Connor, M. P. will sail shortly for America CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. H. O'Hara of the well kdown Toronto brokerage firm of H. O'Hara and Company, to the city from the west Jast night. Mr, O'Ha- ra is making an inspectioii trip of the West with a view to becoming per- sonally acquainted with its financial possibilities. He is accompanied by Mrs. O'Hara. 'While-in the city they are the guests of Mr. McNicol. In the report of the School Board proceedings in yesterday's issue, with reference to the work, of putting in NEW PRESIDENT OF HARVARD Cambridge, Mass.; Oct.- sor Abbott Lawrence Lowell was to- day inducted into the office of presi- dent of; Harvard University. The ceremony was attended by a disting- uished gathering of scholars. STREET RAILWAY FATALITIES Oct. persons on the average have been injured daily, and one person has been killed every other day for the lust three months, by. the Chicago" street cars. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP To all whom it may concern: Be it fore existing between E. C. Ludtke and A. Waddell, of the firm of Lud- tke and Waddell, real estate agents, of Bow Island, in the Province of Al- ____ Bay Co. All accounts against said firm are Manager' ywM have to or place it it thie column. If anything use column. one iuseriioc 6 insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACANT carpenters at once. Ap- ply Oliver Manufacturing Co. 249-0 sized boy or young man'-who knows the city to drive de- livery wagon. Apply Palace Meat Market. 252-2 son's Bay Stores. 250-6 to be presented within twenty-one days from the date hereof to E. C. Ludtke, who will pay the same, and ail accounts due the said firm are to j SITUATION young be paid to ,E. C. Ludtke within four-! man with knowledge of French and teen days from date. j German. Hag had experience in Dated at the City of Lath bridge the! time-keeping and other clerical work 6th day of October, 1909. j Also m handling men and different Signed: E. C. LUDTKE, A, WADDELL. kinds of machinery. Apply Box L. j Herald. 244-12 Witness: D. E. WARE. 252-8 FOR SALE BY TENDER TENDERS addressed to the under- signed are invited up to November 1, 1909, for the purchase of all or any woodsmen. Highest going wages paid. Elk Lumber Co. F. G. Waters, superintendent, Hos- mer, B. C. 237-0 general servant. Ap- ply to Mrs. A: L. Foster, London portion of the practically new barb Koad, corner Ashmead St 047.0 fence around Townships 12 and j___________________ 13 Range 20 West of the 4th Meridian.' The fence is 36 miles long, willow general SITUATIONS WANTED Washing taken in of dons at private Good work at reasonable rates.. Mrs. Botham, Torrance Ave., betide railway track. 222-Ox POSITION WANTED-Hy experieno- ed lady stenographer. Excellent re- ference Box 4, Herald Office. 47-4 POSrilON bookkeep- er, assistant-; book-keeper or account- ant. Have had some experience. Al references. Apply P. 0. Box 60, City. _____'.''.. 251-6 PKOPERTY FOR SALE FOE SALE new roomed fully modern bouse on Couttf near new Central School. Apply P MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta LUUJ ber Co.. Phone. 225. 200-0 FOR a bargain, south half of 8-8-19. -If interested, phone 360' or call at our office, Room 11, South- ard Block. Co., Ltd. Imperial Development 340-O MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR of horses, very gentle and broken to everything. Also mares and colts. Apply Box 1301, Lethbridge P. 0. FOR foot awning in front of Sage's .former stand. Practically new. R. Sage. 217-0 FOR buggy and har- ness Horse gentle, broken single or posts and droppers. The highest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. W. R. HULL CO., 235-26 Calgary ,.Alta. pas St. Mrs. A. B. Stafford, 603 Bom- 247-0 good general servant Apply Mrs. R. E. Sherlock. 1260 Bom- pas St. 247-0 TENDERS TENDERS will be by the up to one o'clock Sat- urinals, it should have been men- urday for the. outbuilding tioried that the Board did not find fault with -workmanship of toe Wm. Head Co., but that the manufac- and fence at Central School. Purchaser to remove the same forth- with. tutors had not supplied what was spe cified and the Wm. Head Co.- could i 252-2 G. H. JOHNSTON. NOTICE not therefore carry out -the specifica-j The firm of Ai' Easton and Co. has 0 12 0 07 0 00 known theatrical died vesterdavi" fquest of John E' !the. lnsh to explain the poli- tions. been dissolved to be replaced by A Scandinavian girl preferred. Steady work. Alexan- dra Cafe. 247-0 men to work in Sug- ar Factory and on farm of Knight bugar Co. at Raymond. Apply at Raymond office. 248-6 WANTED AT ONCE-An A 1 fore- man also two first class _. f St. near Dufferia. 47-6 FOR Tent 8 x 10, floored, and can be seen at back of' new laundry. Farthest west. No reason- able offer refused. Apply H. Wood next tent anytime between 6 aad G1 P-m- 247-6 FOR three years old, harness and rubber tired buggy prac- tically new. Three hundred and fifty dollars. Box S., Herald. 251-6 FOR 18 head horses; 30 head cattle; machinery for farm and household furniture. Must all be or none, Will also rent the b. _A.. .-.v .Luau .WT.UVU.VV. a.jso ncklayers. Work will last five or! farm. 320 acres, 2 1-2 miles SJUC months. Arml-o- T-_I !lT .1 months Apply i-n--rning in New York. No. 2., per Ib. 0 00 0 04X i 0 03% ____________. i It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. Turner Co. Grain Commission tect Lineuarn blk.. Calgary, Alta. 4- Grain Eschaiue. Winnipeg: Consignments Solicited Private Sale The Bellevue Farms hav- ing sold a large part of its holdings in land, offers for Sale its machinery, farming implements, wagons, stock, etc., consisting of about 75 Horses (among the number some high bred Kentucky t h o r o Binders. Wagons, Drills, Discs, Cock- shut Plow. Keeves1 32 h.p. Engine. 3 h.p. Gasoline En- gine. Red River Special Se- parator, a'bont 40 Hogs. The machinery is nearly all and most of it in good repair Apply to A. S. BOWMAN, Pres. 423, Crabb Street Liberal Advances Prices in store Fort William. Cars past Winnipeg, Calgary, Alta.. Oct. 6. Closing Cash Grain Closing Prices WHEAT 96} tical situation here to the support- ers of the Irish cause "in the United States and Canada and appeal for erectioii 6f an addition to the C. lunds to, carry on the struggle- for p. R. statioa buiiding. Home Rule. I The assessment 'returns for Gait! {show a total on the roll of TRIED TO UP GAS an increase of the! jEaston, Ltd. It is important that all j ber Co., Xtd. accounts due the first mentioned Stacey Lum-jLethbridge, irrigated, improved GO 248-6 acres in fall wheat: stubble 7-nostlv [turned. Stable 22 horses. House. 9 cellar and cistern. On Apply Bos A. P.. 244-0' Nc.l Northern 2 H 4 o li OATS 2 c.w. i 3 c.w. 88 .34 .33 BARLEY .45-} FLAX Oct. E. PATTESON, Agent La thb ridge. HORSES FOR SALE FIFTEEN HEAD OF FIRST-CLASS WORK HORSES, MARES, GELDINGS, AND MARES WITH FOAL. ALL BROKE For Further Information set- C. L. WALKER On the Ranch, Sec. 28-7-21, Eight and a half Miles South-east of Lethbridge. Chicago, Oct. attempt was made at midnight last night to up the South Chicago plant of the People's Gas Light and Coke Com- pany by three men. They entered the engine room, overpowered, bound and gagged' the moved him outside and exploded nitroglycerine under the exhaust engine. The en- gine was destroyed but the force was not sufficient to damage the huge gasometers less than 100 yards awav. :FOS rooms unfurnish-i 837 Crabb St. 249-6 i r> irate family. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-Room and 'board in population is an increase of! 309. NOTICE Department of Indian, Affairs TENDERS FOR FLOUR iply to Mrs. John Henderson, T251 Duf ferin St. MHer A 249-6 j WANTED TO BTJY-2 lots with without, house, or city pre- PrOYisiOn'S Of City Market! SEALED TENDERS endorsed owners need i d ers for and addressed to theifv'0" i _ ___ .VI The following are sections Ey- Law No 59, which is a bylaw to es- tablish a public market and public undersigned, will be received' up .to noon of Octob'.-r IS, 1909, for delivery ion or before the 15th November nest, Bay Stores. 49-G of the undermentioned quantities of or any portion thereof, at the C. P. R.- DIRECTORS RE-ELECTED Montreal, Oct. the annual meeting, C. P. R., yesterday, the four directors, Messrs. D. McNicoll, and C. R. Hosmer, Hon. Robert Mc- Ivay arid Hon. James Dunsmuir, whose term, of office expired today, were all re-elected. !t will pay you to trade with us. weigh scales in the city of Lethbridge I points named herein, and for fixing fees for weighing upon! Flour to be equal to the standard siid -sample which may be .viewed m said .scales. j the-Department of Indian Affairs. That from and after the passing of j Ottawa; the' Indian Office, at Winni- numbered 24 to 30 in-: peg; the Indian Agent's Office at'Bat- tleford and at the Dominion Lands Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Prince Albert, Lethbridge and Macleod. The flcur should be fresh jround, put up in sacks containing bridge. end station. Only Terms must be Leth- 249-6 WAKTED-Carpenters, bench hands Apply, Oliver Manufactur- Co. 249-0 elusive in Block 47 thirty (30) as shown upon a plan of the city of Leth bridge of record in the Land Titles Office of thp ?onth Alberta Land Re- WANT'ED-Two .first class moulders. Apply Lethbridge Iron Works Co.. Ltd. 251-6 bright young girl for office. No knowledge of stenography a office. Apply Pioneer Lumber Co. gistration as "4353. S." are lbs- nes and double sacked; The hereby to be the Public Mar-j ket of the City of Lethbridge, and dressing, and to weigh six ounces the Public Weigh Scales of the said; when made up; the outer sack to be city of the said market Jute> with strong.twine and weigh scales owned by the city situ- Herald 251-6 the municipality of town 01 Macleod, one police con- stable. Apply with references to E WANTED' TO- Well broken horses for laundry delivery -wagon Weight between and "Ap- ply Manager, Lethbridge Co- Laundry 251-6 return of fouK mares branded LM on left shouidrr. and seven geldings branded 7L -.n. left hip. Notify A. A. JohiiJtoii. Lethbridge, Alta. 209-6 Former, Secretary Branded ZNZ on left ribs; witu cow is roan calf about 4 months One light, red cow about 6 years