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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta rhe Let Abridge Daily Wednesday, October 12, 1910. it's The That Counts The uniform quality maintained from year to yearjin our Lumber and Building Sup- plies has given them the among builders. We can assure our patrons that the same quality will be maintained in the future as it has been in the past, and we solicit a continuance of your orders.. Round Street Ptone 763 CO. Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 Lethbridge N. Taber Bow Island Milk River High Rivef Claresholm Naaton Granum CarmaQgajt Barons Kipp Jet. BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are you aware of the large number of fine hardy Flowering Shrubs that are perfect- ly, hardy en the prairie and will thrive there year after year, getting more beautiful every year? We can send you a selection of twelve varieties, three years old, that will all bloom this coming summer and all will be blooming at different periods from spring un- til fall. The selection includes Lilacs, Snow- balls, Spireas, Wiegejias, Syringas, Elders, Berberries, Snowherries, Deutz'ias, Honev- .soickleS; etc., etc. All two to three feet hig" rears. old, regular value This selection, all express pre- paid to your nearest express office at special price. For 30 days only of Place orders early per dozen Nurseries .Mirror Lake, B. 0. i rtp ESSAGE Gibraltar. Oct. leaving 1'ortugal King jlanuel sent the'follow- ing autograph Letter to the Portuguese, premier: "IX am compelled owing to SMALL ACCIDENT SAVED TRAJN FROM A DISASTER Fort William, Oct. C. N. K. leaving here for the west Friday was delayed 'by some minor mishaps and thereby saved from a probatle disaster. The train was delayed waiting for the C. P. R. express from the east, it being known there was a, number of passengers to transfer. Leaving the yard late- the DraKeman adjusting the tail lights, the turn of circumstances to-embark, {tell overboard., not beinsr seriously Jut wish to inform the people of Por- tugal that- my conscious is .clear. I have always acted as a faithful Por- tuguese and I have always done my duty.- I shall ever remain at heart a true-Portuguese and hope that aiy. country will do -me justice and try to my feelings. My depart- must in no way be taken as an CCL of abdication." MONKS AND NUNS ARE FLEEING TO SPAIN hurt, he returned to town, but he being missed, the train speedly back- ed down and picked him up. losing another few minutes. Meanwhile the east-bound freight discovered a tres- tle near La Seine on fire, which a slower freight was able to avoid and warn the express, that came along thirty minutes later. Had the ex- press not met some delay it would j probably have come to the' trestle with high speed in an endeavor to SHERIFF TO SELL HOTEL MATERIAL Many Claims Against Davies But Never Finished Seventeen thousand of brick, ten window frames and a quantity of other lumber belonging to J.B. Davies have, by order of the courts, been seized by Sheriff M. Young and will be offered, for sale on Tuesday, Oct. 18, at the. corner of Third avenue south and; Third street (Redpath and Wood.) The sale is the result of a suit en- tered by the Pioneer Lumber Co. Ltd. against J. B. Davies, W. Sloan, R. i Horning, W. L. Thompson, F. Faulk-j ner, J. R. McKay, W. q. Hole, J. La-1 E. E. Carver, T. Stubbs and! W. J. Morrison. Davies, last commenced the erection of a hotel at j the corner of Third avenue and Third j street on lots 1 and 2, block 30. W.' Sloan was and is the owner of ihe property and the remainder of the de- i renciants hold liens against the pro-' perty for work of various kinds order-r ed to -be done by Davies. "or let by him to be done by contract by other feudants, ibut never paid for, only par-' tially paid for.- In' the list of the de- tendants or lien holders named in; the pioneer Co.'s action "is. archi- tect, teamsters, .ers and laborers. Sloan's house, j wnich formerly stood on the was remove's" and suffered consider- j ably in the moving, although the pro- prietor'never relinquished his resi- dence in, or possession of it. A deep basement'-was concrete oundations put in. A quantity of brick and lumber, was delivered on the ground "by-different companies. The money did not flow freely enough to suit the men on the :ob and the work came to a standstill, and-has remain- ;d so ever since. One or two of the umber companies are said--to have ..aKen back what material they had delivered but the Pioneer Co. did not do so. v. They filed a lien for ?402.39 .gainst the property and entered suit. All the other parties owed money on he work also filed liens. Meanwhile he material on the ground has de- eriorated considerably in value. It would take a Philadelphia lawyer o unravel the tangle, and in fact.that what the Supreme Court is en- deavoring to do at the present time. The matter came up in chambers re- The Office oi Ripley Transfer Co, la Now On Redpath St. Opposite Methodist Church Draying done on ihort totlce HAY. AS1) GRAIN FOR SALE PHONES: Notice to the Public Owing ;to' the high-handed action of; our landlords, we are prevented for the present from .conducting our business in our old "stand. In the mean- -thanks to the courtesy of Mr. may be found at the ;Alexandra news and .where all zriade 3.nd such" business''1 transacted as is, under the circum- ,stances. FRANK G.WADDINGTON ALBERTS. JJF Badajos, Spain. Oct. large number of monks and nuns fleeing from Portugal have arrived here. The tinder secretary of tbe navy of the last Portuguese administration also hns reached Badajos after a across the border. catch up the schedule and gone cently and was referred to the clerk through the trestle loaded coaches. with its heavy FIRES BROKE OUT AGAIN Hainy River, Oct. broke out here agin ih the east end and is now under control and if wind does not get up again there is no danger U> this town. don't Lave to own an auto- to appre- ciate this superb Overcoat. of the court to take an accounting. TWO or three sessions have been held in the clerk of the court's office, an-d one in a hospital, taking the evidence of the various parties in order ro find out. just how much is c.ving to the various lien bolters anrl trf- interest of the different parties affected. this is done it will go nji judge for argument and settlement. The most interesting feature of the matter is the position Win. Sloan, owner of the property, finds himself. JJavies had evidently only an option on the property icr Sloan de- clares in his affidavit t'iieJ in tho court that no agreement of sale or transfer of the property to Davies was ever entered-into by him. that the title' lo HIDE CO, WESTERN AND .j WANTED All kinds of second hand furniture. Office and Warehouse 320 Crabb St. Phone 442 P.O.Box 2013 Lethbridge, Alta. SMALL BOY AND MATCHES Caused Bad Blaze in News Items Cardston, Oct. usual bad combination of the small boy and matches resulted in a blaze on the premises, occupied by. P.' P. near -Lees Creek. The youngsters made a" 'of "the hay recently piled against' the log stable. The whole thing was ablaze short, the animals were released, but- nothing else was saved .except.. some of the burning log-s that the nearby neighbors pulled out. When the fire was seen from main street both the town office and. the power house were rung up in order to give the alarm, but no response was had from, either -office. It should bo possible for some alarm to be giv- en and some help obtained when a fire breaks out only two blocks from main street. The New Music School There was a Rood attendance at the meeting called for" the consideration of this important matter on Thurs- day last. Besides the young opi-j! present were noted Dr." Stacpoole. Rev. Mr. Whitemau, Mayor J. T. i Brown, Messrs. F. Layae, V7.-U.I Steed, H. E. Wynder, D." S. V. Shaw, Dr: Ardiel, and others i On motion of the Rev. Mr. White-! man, the mayor, J. T. Srcwa, -was i 'called' to the chair, and Jos. Y. Card 'was voted in as secretary, pro. tem.! .Jos. Banner was asked by the chair- 'rnan for a statement of th'e proposi- tion concerning the establishment of the .school for musical instruction, and it, was briefly stated to be a .Board" of Control, numbering three or five, fitting up of one or more studios so that be given to classes, and individuals, as well, as praeticehours b'e .arranged, the rr- quired examinations-of the Associated Our Brewmaster Says To Us: "You need not hesitate'to recommend ALBERTA'S one of the very finest beers ton the market today. "I have been brewing beer .for.twenty years now and be- fore have out a product with which. -I-was "so well as. I am-.with LETHBRIDGE beer.. fine: water as this brewery uses, >ith the best barley :and saw, -we are enabled to produce V. beer of which Tarn exceedingly proud." Drink Alberta's Pride f H If you-use beer at home get a sample case. You'll like :We believe you'll say ;lt's the. best" beer you ever drank. ...-..-.A Tke Lettbridge Brewing Malting Co. Limited AT 'PUBLIC SALE All Tickets For "Cub-Athletic Garhes Will Be Sold in Chicago- want to see Board, London, England, being taken annually by the candidates. Expressions were made of a lavp'r- .afol-e' character during the discussion I uon fans who world's' championship will have to 'buy their tickets at public sale. This announced by Secretaries 'McRoy.' of the. Amer1 lean'league, and Heydler. of the Na- tional league.' No- attention will be paid to. certified cheques or telegraph orders. it means that a.-whole-'.lot of people -will stand in-Jine for hours, possibly days, waiting for the sale to and- will, then be permitted to buy a certain number only: This de- cision is the result of the great agita- of the details bv Rev. Whiteman.Vos. .Y, Card, D. S.' Beach, Mayor Brown fhp .painimr nf the. scalping of, and S. Williams. A committee- of three, D. S. WINNIPEG COUNCJ.1 TOOK RETROGRADE 'STEPS. Winnipeg, Oct. took some''retrograde steps last night, reversing their former decision to es- tablish''a salvage corps "and cutting off all .Tappropriations the police department for'a staff of ..plainclothes officers; in what is, regarded as the segregated area, -in the-future there will be mo special- detective service." The .hospital'.by-laws passed for reference to the rate. payers in December, although alderman pointed-.-piftMhat-taey. would conflict if v Beach, Jos. Banner and Frank Layne was named to canvass the situation, prepare by-laws, etc.. and report to "another public meeting to be held on Thursday the 13th, inst. More New Buildings A fine brick business block just south of the Cahoon Hotd Uen started this past It is to be 40 x 60 feet and will -be erected by Messrs J-rEdw. ..Jv.W.ood- --.and. Martin- Woolf. The'contract'has been let to that has prevailed, in other years. At the same time there is going to be no way to stop the scalping, except limiting the number each purchaser may secure. The grand stand seats "will not. be reserved. This means, thai the. fans who want to see games in .Chi- cago, and who buy .grand, stand tick- ets, must stand also ,in a long" line waiting for the to the ball park ALLEN'S ''victoria, Oct. Efforts'; ".will made to secure -commutation' if sentence -or death, passed- upon Gun-'. ner Thomas -Allen last Tveek-'ior-the1 murder of Capt. Peter Ellison, The matter, was brought Hip yesterday Dr. Ernest at a '.'meeting Victoria Local Option. At the trial Dr. Hall gave evidence to effect that Allen was. alcnoifc insanity. His testjinojii'- was described by Chief Hunter; as exaggerated and obviously- carried. weight" with' Allen, guilty. the jury; t'ountlr Dr.' 'Hall to be thrown open.' The capacity of the -grand .stand. auction, and first'come will ib'e seated in the park. There 'has 'been but lit- tle betting on-tbe result of the games Cardston, will 'be ;thfc structure-" 'ok-jin -Chicago. .Almost all thegTCagers H. D. Folsom. Something new in the way of re- sidence building, at least, new to Mayor J. located on are hats. ttith; a few toe- south oi -theftween rabid 'partisans of It will be outside -with fiirhc- ''Vl'-.v t i i 11 vTUL a-cement coat-blocked to resemble: stone work, The plans show..? hand- sonic modern residence for Cardston's, quiet but -wer-thv mayor. Fol- som has this contract COTTON MILLS HAVE RESUMED OPERATIONS THINKS G. T. P. AND-C. N. R. MAY JOJN FORCES Oct. 11. The Financial Times, noting that 'Hayes, and JUacKenzie and Mann had interviews the property for ten yeirs pasr nis j'on successive days with Ihe Hon. G. mills of Lancashire have resumed op- jand at the present time, is in his, [Jf. Gran'am, wonders if any signifi- j erations. George How, a local era- The One Week Lockout Cost Workers a Large Sum of Monev -The opinion with considerable "vigor Itoday. He said that a jury of men can no more tell wtten a "man is, insane than they can