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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THK LETHBRIDGE DAILY 'HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER ItN. FINEST LEAVES From Ceylon Tea Plantations are contained in "-It in packed'in sealed lead pack- to preserve its fine flavor and aroma. 40c. 50c and 60c per pound At all grocers. TEA t THREATENS TO BOYCOTT JAPAN An Organization a m North China, Circular Mysterious Fire At Sydney, C.B. Sydney, N.S., Oct. sec- ond disastrous fire occurred here this morning at 5-o'clock in Bates Block, adjoining store of" Stork and Tora. j'ern Provinces have been received in Tokio, Oct. of'circulars issued in North China by a body of Chinese calling themselves the Pop- ular Association of the- Free East- There is no connection between the buildings, and, no connection can be traced between two fires. Loiterers in this vicinitv -were ordered off Japan after.having-'-been spread broad cast "Chinese of the lower classes. The .circulars contain infia- matory statements against the Ja- od the weakness of poor China and "The insulting aggressiveness of -AT THE EUREKA The; Traviolas, at the Eureka this week, are the best in the juggling line that have come the circuit for -some time. Practically all of their work is new here and their hoop rolling is a feature, introducing new and novel In the juggling lino the rent of the duo is si-wonder.' He juggles anything that couu's his way, including tables, iron bulls a wad of cloth, sticks, lamps, hats, etc. The lady adds to the act several clever tricks. Riley, the "character Sherman Was a Cold Water Advocate (Continued from Front Page) their persuasions and remained a temperance man. In this particular most temperate habits to end streets by police about 1.30 a.m.. j panese. They bear upon what is-call- aiid again about an hour and a half' before the alarm was rung and short- iy before the fire broke out, these j Japan.' men sought shelter at the police sta-1 Assertions? are made that Japa-n tiou. The fire started in the base-j has -the arid lands of ment and was under way when North China-and has enslaved la- covered. The firemen kept it under borers along the line of the Antung control and prevented flames getting i Mukden railroad and that Japanese beyond the first floor. The block was officials have beaten the men, insult- occupied by the Scott Stationery ed the women and terrorized .the'peo- Company, wholesale; the W. R. !pj0_ Johnstone and Company, pianos. An-j The circular, points out that the PvCr of'Hiberniaiis and Pri- weakness.of China .iifamilitary S3nse -f about: and about half in- City of Lethbridge PUBLIC "NOTICE is hereby given that the .names of tenants occupying assessable property in the City of Lethbridge have not been .inserted on _ the Assessment.Roll for all such who are desirous for voting at the forthcoming municipal 'elections, must make application to the. under- signed on or before October 25th to have their added to the Voters' List, otherwise, it will be impossible for them1 to exercise, their franchise. G. W. Secretary-Treasurer. List All ratepayers who are duly quali- fied residents residing north of the C P, R. track whose names appear o a the revised voters' list will please ap- ply IMMEDIATELY'to the Sec.-Treasi to have their names placed on. the voters' list for the North Ward booth. G. W. ROBINSON, Sec.-Treas. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP To' all whom it may co'ncefn: Be it existing between E. C. s treamen xcep v a and was.ouen heard to express his Sured. W R Johnstone and Com- and call upon the people of -it. fho. xvlQtc nf mnimOoa and nnnr valnnrf te- nnn j c e at the wiste of of money resulting irom insured. gmoraliy refuse aU dealings with the The building was valued at j Japane5e. Ail students aad. persons -c except by a boycott i and Waddell, of the firm of Lud- tke and Waddell, real estate agents, of-Bow Island, in the Province of Al- Herald Market Place Vjt have to sell or to rent place it ir this column. If you witat anything use this column. 25c one insertion ft for I SITUATIONS VACANT woman cook" at once, goo4 plain cooking, for Hotel at Bow Island. Apply Hotel Myrtle, Bow Is- land.; 254-6 for mine boarding house. Box V.. Herald offi- SITUATIONS WANTED taken in or private homes. Good work at reasonable Mrs. Botham, To'rrance Ave., beaide railway track. 222-01 POSITION WANTED-As bobkkeep- er, assistant book-keeper or account- ant. Have had some experience. Al references. Apply, P. 0. Box 60, City. 1 LAND FOR SALE ce. 251-6 WANTED-15 carpenters at once. Ap- ply Oliver Manufacturing Co. 249-0 woodsmen. Highest going wages paid. Elk Lumber Co. F. G. 'Waters, superintendent, Hos- B. C. 237-0 dulgence of some of his working as- was insured for and who R. Grant, with whom he to value freedom are called upon to doctrine of Asso. isn't exactly properly classified under last spring on the concilia- j that title. While he puts up a good. tion and for he had ac-i line of cornsdy. in his opening song a grej 'and his making himself into a China- at inan all in plain sight, he winds up L> jn this tliey are MR. MAGRATH COMING HOME {threatened with vengeance and'even Ottawa, Oct. A. Magrath, M. >r several Hall, of the Methodist church, j tonight, hospital during Sunday] __ his act by a transformation into a j was tramp and tells in'a recitation a story i "of the Johnston flood disaster, that; _Yiter long pain he passed made him the tramp he is by the shadow of the valley ol -lossjofhome and family. This, red-jdeath with the jaiUl of his childhood j "him iMVfts- It will pay you to with Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-28 taiion was very well received, and contrasting strongly with v the art of his a'ct, was perhaps'the to sustain him, and leaves behind him a-multitude of sorrowing friends and a bereaved family, whose grief j roads refuse to carry Japanese goods. An endless chain is sought in the request citizens into j whose hands the circular may fall, will have them reprinted and scatter- ed broadcast until Japan is corn- bsrta, has this day been'dissolved by Co. mutual consent. All accounts against' said firm are to be presented within twentv-one bench hands, at once. Apply, Oliver Manufactur- first class moulders. days from the date hereof to E. Ludtke, who will pay the samel and___ Apply Lethbridge Iron Works Co., 251-6 all accounts due 'the said firm are to be paid to E. C. Ludtke within four- teen days from date. Dated at the City of Lethbridge the 6th day of October, 1909. Signed: E. 0.- LUDTKE, A. WADDELL. Witness: D. R. WAKE. 252-8 lover their loss is a surer measure of' a his real worth than can be the words j more "effective for so doing. Motion picture series included s JLVO.I vu .1 mystic--reel, an escaped convict story, j of others however, eloquent they may j and an exceedingly comic production i be. j try. Miss Norman, teacher of ball-j room and stage dancing, Wednesdav' v O _ or Howard 255-6 entitled Hence." "The Airship 100 Years MORSE MUST SE-RVE; TERM New York. Oct. U. S. Cir-jn. R. .cuit Court of Appeals today affirmed f church. decision of the lower, Federal prison at Atlanta, Ga. The decision, of the Circuit Court of Appeals is general so far as direct appeal is concerned, but it has said .today that for' Morse jmay apply- to the Superior Court of the United .States for a writ of Certiorari in order to bring about a review of the under proceedings of "tihe court. The funeial takes place from Glad- stone Union Hall tomorrow at 2.30 p.m. under the auspices of the union. of which be was a member, the. relig- j i ious services being conducted fay Rev. j Grant of the Presbyterian PROF. FRED GREVE-Teacher Piano aad Harmony. MRS. of communication.from China. These -circulars have created some- thing of a sensation in Japan. Efforts are being made to prevent the spread of their contents among the Japanese of the ignorant class because the dan _ G RE of" Violin. 'We of arousing ieelin homes, dette St. MISCELLANEOUS Mr. Sherman had been a political candidate in Fernie, Pincher Creek. Lethbridge and Calgary as a Labor TO have an improved and 624 to the illegality "of the boycott j yropoganda, demanding that the cir- jculars be outlawed as "illegal docu- Jments and "that the Popular Associ- aion" of the three eastern provinces FOR SALE BY TENDER TENDERS addressed to the -under- signed are invited up to November 1, 1909, for the purchase of all or any portion of the practically new... barb wire fence around Townships 12 and 13 Range 20 West of the 4th Meridian. The fence is 36 miles long, -willow posts and droppers. bright young girl for office. No knowledge of stenography Apply.. Box S., Herald necessary, office. 251-6 for dining room work. Mine boarding house. Box V. Herald office. 251-6 for laundry. Ex- necessary. Lethbridge alot Laundry Co. 252-0 or 4 good carpenters. Apply P: Ganthier, Supt. for Bruns- wick Balke Collender" Co. Round St. 255-2 once, a smart energet- ic bookkeeper and collector. Progres- sive salary and permanent situation is offered good man. Western Stationery Co. 255-6 The or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. W. R. HULL 235-26 Calgary, Alta.i _ 6 general vant. Wages Apply Mrs. W. C. FOR a bargain, south hall of 9-8-19. If interested, phone 350 or call at office, Room 11, South- ard Block; Imperial Development Co., Ltd. 240-0 acres, improved farm, 80 acres broken, 50 ready 'for next spring. Good house, barn, etc. Good home in good .locality. Terms. Apply. Box 27, Herald Office, v 253-4 FOR Section'_and a half of first class land in 'five, Range fifteen. -Price persacre. Fo terms and particulars The Canadian Real Estate Co., Room 9 Bryan" Block; Phone 211. 254-6 FOR proposition will pay. Will rent ir- rigated land 2 1-2 miles from Leth- bridge; 9 room house, cistern, lar and Stable 22 horses. SO acres in fall wheat. Stubble mostlv turned. worth of hay produc- ed annu-illy. Renter must- buy for (No cash if secured) all ma- erimery, cattle, horses antf -house- hold furniture. Big chance to make 50 to 100 per cent, of these brood mares, stallion and butter cows. Terms to suit. Apply Box 85 Herald, Office- '255-0 FOR nice level lots in Blk: 17 Alexander Addition for dollars cash. Clear Title; Owner 218 Third Avenue West, Calgary.v 256-6 REAL ESTATE FOR 7 room house close in, a bargain good-terms. House and'19 lots-well located, price good terms. 1-2 section good land 1 1-2 miles from R., R. and'town, per acre good terms. C.' larjd for sale in large'or small v- rnents Galvin-Hatfield Co "Office Room-1, Ott Block, Lethbridge. Phone 457- 255-0 and Socialist 'candidate. He never successful. It will pay to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber. Co. 242-26 8 50 11 00 LETHBRIDGE MARKETS JSo. 1 Northern...... 081 3fo. 2 Northern............ 0 78 No. 3 Northern............. 0 75 No. 1 Alberta Red......... 0.79 No. 2 Alberta Red......... 0 76 5io. 3 Alberta Red 073 per cwt...........V..... 0 n .Barley ....fA................ 025 ;Tlax the hoof: Steers, per lb.......0 03 Ib.........-0 02 Hegs: Live, per cvrt. '.......0 00 "Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Sheep: VLive, per cwt. 0 00 -Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Butter and Eggs: Dairy butter......... 0 25 Creamery butter dozen "Vegetables: f Potatoes, per cwt. f Onions, per Ib. Peed: Hay ,prairie ........0 00 blue .joint ......0 00 -Dry 0.-12 o Rendered Tallow: )No. 1, per Ib.......0 00 ;No. 2, per Ib.......0 00 HAYR-DAVIS NUPTIALS Well Known Business Man Popular Young Lady Weds A very pretty though quiet wedding was solemnized in St. Augustin's this afternoon at half past two when Sarah Cecelia, daughter of Mrs. Serena J. Davis, London Road, was" married to Arthur Hayr, of the firm of .Hayr Bros., hardware mer- chants, of this city, and one of the city's most progressive men-, he ceremony was performed by the rector, Rev. J. S. Chivers, in the presence" of only the immediate rel- atives of the contracting parties. The bride, who "was married in a very handsome travelling suit, was given away by her hrother Albert, and was attended by the groom's bister, Mias Ida Hayr. The groom's brother Al- fred'.was groomsman. The happy couple, who are among the best known and most popular young people in the city left for Win- nipeg on this afternoon, local. v v d equipped coal mine. I will lease it _, ".W Box W.J.B. Herald Office. 255-4' MONEY TO LOAN-Why pav rent when we can let you have mcmev enough to biiild your own house at 6 per cent. We loan money on all lands of city property, on terms "thai cannot be made by others, because we get the money from where it is All kinds of farm loans ne- gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be sure, and tsee us wnen you moneyi Phone 394. Empire Land Co. Ott Bloek-' 252 O 1 00 0 00 0 30 0 35 040 1 25 0 03 10 00 13 50 U4 FJ. Turner Co, Grain Commission 120 Lineham blk.. Calgary. Alta. 814 Grain Exchange, Winnipeg. Consignments Solicited Liberal Advances' TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES. Ribbons for all Carbon Paper, per box 100 sheets, from Copying Paper, ream, from J! Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES to Call and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. be disciplined. The exact me'tfood by which China is able to control her people in this way is not known, but riTis believed here that the of China can supress promptly any boycott movement. All merchants of stand- ing in China have official standing and can be disciplined. STRANGLED HER CHILD bunmons, 320 Ashmead St. 255-O WAITRESS Hotel. Dallas 255-3 once.' Man for NOTICE Department of Indian Affairs TENDERS FOR FLOUR SEALED TENDERS endorsed "Ten- ders for and addressed to, the undersigned, will be received- up to noon of'October 13, 1909, for delivery Gait -Hospital. jmid. Apply Miss McDer- 256-3 on .or before the next, of the undermentioned quantities of flour, or any portion thereof, at the points named herein. OnC Oct. _ Flour to be equal to the standard coroner's'' jury >ast wiich "in T? c? the Department of Indian Affairs, at that Eva Suter strangled Ottawa; the Indian Office, at Winni- a her months old child which was found hidden in "a swamp a few days" ago. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED TO horse for laundry delivery Weight between 1.150 and Ap-' A _T ply Manager. Co. Lethbridge peg; the Indian Agent's Office at Bat- tleford and at the Dominion Lands Offices rat. Calgary, Edmonton, Prince Albert, Battleford, Lethbridge arift Macleod. The flour should be fresh ground, put up in sacks containing 100 Ibs. net and ..double-sacked. The inner sack to be of grey three yards to the pound, free from any dressing, and to weigh six ounces aundrv made up; the outer sack to be! sewn with strong twine and to weigh fourteen ounces; sack known broken wagon. TINSMITH WANTED on cornice .work and Good general tin- MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR Smith Premier No 4. Apply to Box O.K., Herald" Office. FOR Team of horses, very gentle and broken to Also mares and colts. 1301, Lethbridge P; 0. everything Apply Box smithing. Steady-job for winter for right" man. Apply to Paris Phone Alta 256-6 I FOR three years old, harness and rubber tired buggy prac- tically new. Three hundred and fifty dollars. Box S., Herald. 351-6 live salesman; a good thing for the man who can "seH things." Party having their own conveyances'preferred. Apply W. Walker, British American "Live Stock Association, Castle Hotel. 56-2 once, experienced dress maker and apprentices. Apply per- sonally to Miss O'Connor, c-o "Clarke FOR restaurant 'busi- ness in prosperous Southern Alberta town For apply fo Box 39, ,Magrath. 253.5 FOR wanting cheap return ticket to Ontario ad- dress P. 0. Box 1972. Lethbridee. Alta. Lethbridge., 256-2 Co. 256-6 competent general ser- vant. Apply to Mrs. W. A. 10 256-6 TO 'RENT WANTED TO Median sized to trade as Vtw? bushel baS'" the store or w d store or would leaslot onich to i fbuild. Address Box 1997, P. C. 53-6 I j Prices-In store 04v i Cars past Winnipeg. i 003X Harrington Draying and General Transfer Cars past Calgary, Alta.. Oct. 11. Closing Cash Grain Closing Prices WHEAT c.l Northern............ 9 AUCTION SALE Corner of Ford Street and Westminster Road, on FRIDAY NEXT at 2 pjn. Sharp, Prompt attention to all Coal OATS Orders. Phone 365 C. O. D. BAKLEY -GENERAL TEAMING Having j bought out V7m. Taylor's transfer! business, I-am prepared to do all Kinds of cartage. Satisfaction guar- anteed. Coal C.O.D. Geo. N. McLean, St., Phone. 131. FLAX -1.40 .1.89. T. E. PATTESON, Agent Lethbridge. FOR SALE FIFTEEN HEAD OF FIRST-CLASS WORK HORSES, MARES, GELDINGS, AND MARES WITH FOAL. ALL BROKE For farther Information see 4 C. L. WALKER On'the Ranch, Sec. 28-7--21, Eight and a half Miles South-east of Lethbridge. I FRANK G. WADDING! ON Will Sell by Auction as above, without reserve, a large quantity of useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and other effects, including: Oak Dressers and Stands, 10 Beds, Springs and Mattresses (nearly Extending Dining Table, Cooking Range, Parlor Suite, Linoleums, Carpets, Washing Ma- chine, a large quantity of Crockery, Kitchen Uten- sils, etc., etc. v Owing to the large number of lots the Auctioneer respectfully requests a prompt attendance. AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE CRABE STREET Telephone 261 net weight" 'of within. TO Comfortable rooms modern St. house. Apply 1245 Bompas 252-6 Each tender must be accompanied i TO Good on Baron- ___ f m. t __ a VAJ. vxxi Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. M03S-TREAL PaSd-np Capital Reserve and Undivided Profits Accouus of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Savings Bank Department' Branch Block, Redpnth St, by an accepted -cheque in favor of the "Secretary of the Department cf In- dian on a Canadian Bank, for at least five per cent. of the amount of the "tender which will forfeited if the party tender- ing declines to enter 'into a contract based on such tender TV hen called upon to do so; .or if he fails to com- plete the work contracted for. The unauthorized insertion, of this advertisement will not be paid for. J. D. McLEAN, Secretary; Department' of Indian Affairs, 'September 27, 1909. FALL JDELIVEEY OF FLOUR Quan- Agencies Points of Delivery tities Battlef ord.... At Battleford 275 sacks Onion Lake..At Lloydminster 207 Blood........ At Macleod 700 Peigan.......At Brocket 246 ess Road, corner of Bartlett.. per month. Apply C. B. Bow- man Agency.' 250-0 TO EENT-An office suite of three rooms in A-eadia buiMing, Redpath St Apply on The C. B. Bowmaii Agency. 219-0 FOR about 1208 Ibs. Broken to drive double, or for saddle Suitable for delivery. George Chell, Wood St. 2S6-6 AUTOMOBILE FOR party leaving- the., Model L.20- horse-power White steam car; 'a five passenger Touring Car, equipped with new system of "regulation- bar- gain, if taken Address Box 203 City. 255-6 LOST black mare about 1200 FURNISHED ROOM-33 'monthly Apply 821 Crabb Street, South. 11 to's or 6 to S p.m. 249-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS A oy person wno la tn-e sole head oi a family, or any male over 18: old. may homestead a quarter-sectioi of available .Dominion in Mnui. tdba, Saskatchewan or Slberta. Tht applicant must appear ia person the Dominion Lands' Agency or Sub- Agency for the .district. bj proxy may be made at any agencj tsr of intending homesteader. Six months' residence apoi and cultivation of the land in eaci of three A homesteader maj live within, nine miles of nis" home stead on" a: farm of at leset 80 solely owned and, occupied by his mother, aon, brother or sister. In certain distrieta n homesteade in good standing may pte-ecopt quarter-section aliDuggide his WANTED TO REOT-Building capa- ble .of accommodating- four gun car- riages. Would rent for a "term 'of years. Apply Major Stewart, Box 665; Lethbridge. 251-6 TO room in fully modern: house. Also-heater stove for sale.: Apply 310 Brunton T St.. River- 253-6 for and: three years old weighing Ibs. Star in forehead. Branded' com- bination reversed D and A on right shoulder. Return to C. "W. Tillack Stirling, Alta. 254-6" white mare, branded X over O on right-shoulder. Also Colt with black manelet, no brand. Lost on Oct. 2. reward for return to Jos. Hudah, 207 .Brewery St. 250-6 .head of work horses, one -brown horse weight brand- ed F over horizontal 6 on the left shoulder; one bay horse brand- ed RD.on the right thigh; one bay mare' branded-E on the'left "thigh. The' horses have their manes cut. reward: Owner George Qlghas- ki cows. 4 mifcs southeast of Lethbridee straw. Apply F. H. Cox. Argyle- Aye. 256-6 OR EXCHANGSi ..Fifty acres''of- lancLat Castlegar, B: C., partly 'clean, adjoins C. P.. R: within one thousand' feet of wharf at iWest Robson., .Will Lethbridge, Stafford Village Wil- Street. North Ward and'Duff Addition one oil cup off cAb, nickle plated. Finder, please return, to') Pal- ace Livery "Barri and reoave" reward! 256-6 Saturday Southern Alberta. Apply Box W. C., Herald office. 252-6 staad. Price per acre! Duties reside sis months in eacc uf years from date of nSry (including" the time required tc arn homestead patent) fifty acres extra. >l A homesteader who hat exhaoeteo o homestead right 'and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a par chased homestead in certain Price per acre: reside six months in each of years, cultiyftte fifty acres and a bouse 1300.00. W.W.COBY, Deputy Minister of the Unauthoried publi. o! advertiseirsiit will not for NOTICE "The- GJlub Cafe having been sold to Thomas McWilliams of SpbKane, I request that ...all .-bills accrued to 'b'Vifpresented to me in- full .within.? 10 days. Thanking for 'their liberal patronage I remain 255-3: V; NOTICE Easton and Co. has been, dissolved, to be replaced by A Easton, Ltd.. It ie important that all accounts i due -the first, mentioned company ,be ,-paidbefere October 15th as alter tbftfcjdate they will be placed in the hande of a solicitor. 237-24 PROPERTY FOR SALF FOft SALE new roomed modem-house on Coutt.' near new Central School. Apply P Mgr. South Alberta Lun ber Co., Phone 225. checkered "horse" blanket. 'Finder please to Palace Livery Barn and receive reward. LOST.OR STRAYED return of four mares branded LM on left'shoulder, and seven celdintrs; branded 7L "w left hip. Lethbridge, Alta. .309-0 One light red cow about v 6 years .branded :ZNZ on left ribs; With cow is foan calf about .4 months old. One dark red cow about 2 yeaw old, branded 2R (curve mark above the R) on left with cow dark red call about 4. weeks old. Lost 1 mile- east "and 2 miles south of Win- nifred, Alta., on-N. W. 1-4 Sec Finder notify at once R A WUliams, Winnifred, Alta 239-52 FOUND gold locket, photo inside. Apply- Herald. .255-0 LOST-From S.-12 Tp. 11, R. 15, one dari grey filly, two years old branded L7 on right thigh. reward for in- formation leading to the recovery or return to Pearson's Tabftr or F. Litchfield, Raymond. 253-6 Lethhrldge, one bay -mare branded combination" NP on .left shoulder; three -white feet lump under eye; colt by "side.' Return to S. G. Tuff, Dufferin St. and re- ceive reward. ;