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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta OAiLY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER It. THfcnittSTTEA Sold only in sealed lead packets At all giocers 40c, 50c and 60c per pound DR PRICES CriamBaking Powdcrj Made from cream of tartar derived solely from grapes, the most 'deli- cious and healthful of all fruit acids. WATCH GROW Is the Cry of New Town to Northweit of Uthbridgo PINGHER CREEK Piucher work of repairing the road from here to Voters' List Oct. couple. weeks much of the various grain bridge. Another valuable asset is to best -in these be added to this in a few days by-work is being tho rail connection with Barons. perfection. Barons is in the centre of an un- All' ratepayers who are duly qualir fi'ed residing north the C P. R. track, whose names appear, ou i. i t- the revised "voters' list will please ap- Pmcher Station is .expected to last ply IMMEDIATELY to the Sec.-Treaa. When [to have their names placed on the voters' list for the North Ward booth. G. W. ROBINSON, to Leth-! completed this highway will be the parts, as the repair done to the acme of 254-7 Sec.-Treas. producing district excelled grain about 15 miles long. This flourishing young town is'about 10 miles, west and 20 miles north of Lethbridge on the Lethbridge, and Aldersyde branch of the C. P. R. Threshing "operations ;are expected to last for a few weeks yet'in this wide and 40 miles j district." Weather conditions still continue favorable. ".There a very light" frost here this morn that Mid no damage. Lieut.-Col. Cruikshanks, conimand- DI'SSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP To all whom it may vconcem: Be it fore existing, between C. Ludtke and A. Waddell, of the firm of Lud- tke and Waddell, "real of Bow Island, in the Province of Al- berta, has this day been dissolved .by mutual Consent. All accounts against said firm are 'i to be presented within twenty-one On the 22nd day of July of the jng officer of'District 13, will inspect! days from the date hereof to E. C. year the E. 1-2 of Sec. 16-23-17 had j the school cadet .corps here between T iU--------- every prospect of giving a good yield J the 25th aad, the-, close of the present of spring wheat; but on the 23rd of j jjionth. The. attendance at ..this in- that month lumber began to arrive j spection will probably be marked by Ludtke, who will pay the same, and 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 Lothbridge the tally Herald Place to ar to rent place II H you want anything NSC this column. 25c one iogertioo 6 iftttrtloM for SI SITUATIONS VACANT LAND FOR SALE i -4 FOR a bargain, aouth half 'of 9-8-19.' 'If'interested, phone SHT or call at our office, Rodih 11, South- ard Block. Imperial Development Co.; Ltd. __________ 840-0 FOR section and a half of first class land in Township u-ve, Range: fifteen; Price; 113.00- acre. Fo. terms and particulars'; apply to The Canadian 9 Bryan Block Phone 211, woman cook at once, good plain" cooking, for Hotel at Bow Island. Apply Hotel Myrtle, Bow Is- section'" land in. 'best wheat belt dn Southern Alberta, 450 acres under cultivation; in 'stand; -200 land. 254-6 WANTED-15 carpenters at once. Ap- ply Oliver Manufacturing Co. 249-0 WANTED-150 woodsmen. Highest going wages paid. Elk Lumber Co. 40 acre plot beside a ridge of j tlie presence of. the parents or guard-j 6th day..'of October, 1909. on a dirt which was being constructed j jans 0[ the" children taking part. The through this field. Carpenters came; school cade.ts are officered by Dr. in large numbers. Accommodations Bright, captain; Dr. Gillespie and were very poor, the writer sleeping; jr_ p Stewart, .lieutenants. The in- jon a hay pile while putting up his j spcction willbe -an annual event. The building, but buildings grew with J SCQOOi trustees-have in charge, over Signed: E. C. LUDTKE, A. WADDELL. Witness: D.-R. WARE. 252-8 i TENDERS addressed to the under- I amazing rapidity. All comers knew worth of government rifles and j sjgneci are invited up to November that the surrounding country was ammunition. 11, 1909; for the' purchase of all or any ALCOHOL MORE DANGEROUS THAN TUBERCULOSIS (Contributed by the C. T. (J.) At the meeting of the National Scientific and Medical Conference, held 'in Washington, recently, there -wure a number 01 strong papers from 'some of the eminent specialists of the United States. Dr.- George F. Web- stef, president of the Illinois State 'Board of Health, emphasized ten spe- to resist the injurious influences of extreme heat and cold. "It-causes deterioration of the quality of mental work. "It .diminishes the power to jsuch that it would make this a good j Work in connection with the diver- portion of the practically new barb i, ond around Townships 12 and town- Slon of the creek Sracluall5' and 13 RaDge 20 West of the-4th Meridian. Today two hotels are being rushed; SUrely on. The canal by which thej The fence miles long, willow -to accommodate the present trade is to'.be-made will be com-j posts and droppers. and that which will flow in with! pleted before "a great while. 1 The highest any'tender not ne4 the advent of the rails next month., -jhe nature of public worship at the} cessanly Facts which point to the certainty j Presbyterian, .church .last Sunday! "'_, of this town's bright future axe that j evening took agreeable "change oa gary> A a" she is in the centre of a vast and: from yie customary by resolving it- unexcelled wheat country, a part of j self into a service. After which is the famous farming district the usual preliminary.readings, and of the Black Spring Ridge; that she prayer by the-, choir, boasts of two of the largest lumber j which was in strong force, rendered G. superintendent, mer, B. C. Hoi- 237-01 just threshed out. No hills or ponds. Engine cau plow all. 8 elevators and station, at corner. All fenced. House 18 x 32.x 12. Barn 24 x 32 x 18. Granary 16 x 20 x 10. Good spring, 200 feet from house and reservoir to water stock that never goes dry, fed by springs. Apply or write to ,M. H. Flock, Dallas Hotel, Leth- bridge. 257-6 bench hands, at once. Apply, Oliver -Manufactur- ing Co. 249-0 for laundry. Ex- perience not necessary. Lethbridge Laundry Co. 252-0 stand and lessens the ency of the individual. 'it should always be classified as a.j poison, and never as food or stimu-1 Alberta; that she has sites I a number of sacred pieces and hymns for g eievat0rs, two of which are in several of which the congregation already built; ihat an office of the heartily joined in. There was a "good lant. Bank of Canada was one of buildings erected, and that 'It is a public health and sanitary question and not a moral one, but should be treated the same as fevers. i there is talk of a second bank locat- '-cial fundamental facts regarding the smallpox, and malaria, and by scien- j future is "alcoholic question, which he said tific men alone. should be the basis of all :thought! -The alcoholic problem is a medi- -on this subject cal one and can only be solved -when 'The alcoholic problem is more im- portant than tuberculosis because it costs more lives and money. "It costs the United States in di- .icct money loss over two billion dol- lars. "It- causes directly and indirectly at least ten per cent, of all deaths in .the United States. "It predisposes to infection, de- stroys acquired immunity, prevents the occurrence of artificial immunity, vitality, and increases mor- tality in all diseases and in surgical operations. "It lessens the poorer of individuals LETHBRIDGE MARKETS No, 1 Northern............ 0 81 'No. 2 Northern............078 No 3 Northern...........'. "075 ,No. 1 Alberta Red...... 0.79 -No. 2 Alberta Red.......-.--. 0 76 No. 3 Alberta 0 73 'Oata, 070 -Barley 025 Flax........................ 100 Cattle on the hoof: 'Steers, per Ib. 0 Cows, per Ib. 0 02% Hezs: Live, per cwt........000 Dressed, per cwt. Sheep: Live, per cwt........ 000 Pressed, per cwt. 0 00 .Butter and Eggs: "Dairy butter......... 0 25 studied from a scientific pomt nf ae unanimous opinion air visitors that Barons of a very prosperous f their imme- diately investing in property here. Watch tihe town of Barons grow. And her trade to Lethbridge flow! NOTICE The firm of A. Eastern and been dissolved, to be replaced by A. Easton, Ltd. It is important that all accounts due the first mentioned company be paid befere October 15th as aiter that date they will be placed in the hands of a solicitor. .once, a smart energet- ic bookkeeper and collecter. Progres- sive salary and permanent situation is offered to a good man. Western Stationery Co. 255-6 general ser- vant. Wages Apply Mrs. W. C. Simmons, 320 Ashmead St. 255-0 WAITRESS Hotel. Dallas FOR proposition will pay its way. Will rent 1-2 section ir- rigated land 2 1-2. miles from Leth- bridge 9 room house, cistern, cel- lar and phone. Stable 22 horses. 80 acres in fall wheat. Stubble mostly turned. worth of hay 'produc- ed annually. Renter must buy for (No cash if secured) all, ma- oh'inery, cattle., 'horses arid, booise- 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 -once. Man for work at Gait Hospital.'" Apply :Miss McDer- nmL 256-3 view. 000 0 00 850 1100 Dr. H. J. .Achard, of Asheville, N-i C., specialist on tuberculosis, in. his study of the "Influence of Alcoholism on -Pulmonary affirm- ed that former theories which re- garded alcohol as a specific remedy in consumption "were false that both directly and' indirectly alcohol in- creased the fatality 'aad diminishes the "power el resistance. Dr.' Achard said: "A comparison of .mortality statistics of consumption treated with alcohol and those treated without; it showed that over 60-per cent, .ofvrthe former.died, 20 per.cent, of the latter. times greater. "Modern science has shown the reason for this. Numerous authors in'both this country and Europe had pointed out. the fact that? tuberculosis; ap- pearing in a: moderate or excessive drinker, was fatal as a rule. The man mth weak lungs who; al- cohol in any form is favoring its growth and and no oth- i-er drug is so dangerous in its injuri- ous .particularly on. the r ____ Meat Pies j: -Creamery butter ___. 0 30 :HEggs, per dozen ___0 30 Vegetables: '-Potatoes, per cwt. i 00 -Onions, per Ib.....000 Feed: Hay ,prairie ........0 00 Hay, blue joint ......000 Hides: Dry o 12 Cured...............0 Rendered Tallow: No. 1, per Ib. ...000 No. 2, per Ib.......000 003% 0 30 0 35 0 40 '125 0 03 4 ;10 00 13 50 Graia Commission 20 Linehana blk.. Calgary. Alta. 314 Grain Exchange, Winnipeg. Consignments Solicited Liberal Advances OUT Bread, Cakes and Pastry Are as good as our congregation present as to size and the semce-was-a helpful and impres1 sive one in many ways. During the illness of Mrs. (Dr.) Mills the 'whistle of the Scott fac- tory, which usually blows at the commencement and close of working j hours, was suppressed. Now .that j [Mrs: Mills is rapidly regaining hefj j health the- whistle is being again t I used at the usual hours. The ar- j j rangement was _. due to the kindly j forethought of Mr. T. H. Scott while j Mrs. Mills was.exceedingly ill. S. McXnight, who has been a pop- ular tonsorial artist4 here fojr some time, left on Monday for Cowley, Avhere.it is stated he will open in business for himself- Nearly all the town teamsters are out in the country these. days, and for a while the coal hauling business FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE ..Fifty acres of land at B. .C., partly clean, adjoins C- P. R. townsite, within one thousand feet of wharf at West Robson. .Will sell cheap for cash or trade 'for land in Southern Alberta. Herald office. Apply Box W. 252-6 TINSMITH WANTED Good man on cornice work and general tin- smithing. Steady job for winter for right man. Apply to Wm. Paris, Phone 68, Raymond, Alta. 256-6 live salesman; aj FOR nice level lots in Blk. 17 Alexander Addition for dollars cash. Clear Title. Owner 218 Third Avenue West, Calgary. 256-6 REAL ESTATE FOR '7 room a bargain, good terms. House and 19 lots well located, price good 1-2 section good land 1 1-2 miles from R. R. and town, price per acre, good terms. C. P. R. land ior sale in large or small tracts, easy pay- rnente G'alvin-Hatneld Co., Office Room 1. Ott Lethbridge. Phone 457. 25570 good thing for "sell -things." the man who can I Party having their' LOST own conveyances preferred. Apply J. Walker, British American Live Stock Association, Castle Hotel. 56-2 j once, experienced ;dress. maker an-d apprentices.- Apply per- sonally to Miss O'Connor, c-o Clarke City Bakery ROBT: SCOTT Phone 381 Prop. was almost at a standstill. Matters have improved in this respect of late however, and-coil supplies aie plen- tiful. A.PAPER AT BARONS (Special to the Herald.) Barons; Oct. 12.--BaTOns, :l though only a little over two months supports a weekly paper under the name of The Barons Beacon. Ail the business firms in this flourishing young town have, subscribed for good Co. 256-6 ads., and are, working with Brainard Piles, the editors, to make paper a success from the start. This NOTICE .Department of Indian Affairs TENDERS FOR FLOUR SEALED TENDERS endorsed f'Ten- ders for and addressed to the undersigned, will be reserved-up to noon of October 18, 1909, for delivery on or before the 15th. November next, of the undermentioned quantities of flour, or any portion thereof, at the, points named herein. Flour to be equal to the standard sample which may be viewed' in" the. Department of Indian Affairs, at Ottawa; the Indian at Winni- peg; the Indian Agent's 'Office at Bat-' tleford and >at the Dominion Lande Offices at Calgary, Edmonton Prince Albert, Battleford, Lethbridge- and 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 cotton, three yards to the free from any dressing, _and to weigh gix ounces when made up; the outer sack to be of -with strong twine and to weigh fourteen ounces; sack known competent general, ser-. Ivant. Apply to Mrs. W. A. Hamilton, 10 Argyle Ave. 256-6 good old torses. Apply Box 200, Herald Office. 257-2 GIRL a girl to assist in ligh't housekeeping. Good wages to 'the right one. Apply to Mrs.WJELMorris, 622 Cutbill St. 57-Q respectable Apply 1010 Ford St. 257-0 SITUATIONS WANTED taken in done at private homes.' Good wort at rates. Mrs. Botham Torrance Ave., beside railway track .222-03 TO RENT TO rooms in -modern house. Apply .1245 Bompas St. 252-6 to trade as "two bushel thej this; outer sack to be legibly branded with i the name of the manufacturer, and i Apply monthly. Crabb Street. South. 11 to 3 net weight of flour within. is a yoftngr town to support a news-j Eadj tender must accompanied paper ,but its' remarkable growth to-jDy an accepted cheque in.favor of the cether with its warranted future, ''Secretary of the Department of In- success to a good live pa- per. dian on a Canadian Bank, ,br 6 to 8 p.m. 249-0 LOST, black mare three years old weighing about- 1200 Ibs. Star' in. forehead. Branded com- bination reversed D and A on right shoulder? Return to C. W. Tillack, Stirling, Aita. 254-6 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 Olihae- ki, Lethbridge, Stafford Village Wil-" liam Street. North Ward and Duff Addition one oil cup off cab, nickle plated. Finder please return to Pal- ace Livery Barn and recdve reward. 256-6 Saturday oe'tween' race track and city, one large red checkered horse blanket-. Finder please return -to Palace Livery Barn, and receive reward. 256-6 LOST OR STRAYED return of four mares. branded LM on left shoulder, and seven geldings branded 7L on left hip. Notify" A. A. Johnston. Lethbridge, Alta. _" 209-0 modern house. Also heater stove for MISCELLANEOUS TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES W. Harrington Draying and General Transfer Prices in store Fort William. Cars past Winnipeg, Calgary, 11, Closing Cash Grain Closing Prices WHEAT "c. 1 Northern.............9S-J 2 4 5 ,S2li Ribbons for all Carbon Paper, per box 100 sheets, from Copying Paper, ream, from Agents for the REMI.NGTON MACHINES to SI40. CaJ! and get tfcrms. I if. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. TO an improved and equipped" coal mine.-J will lease it to Responsible once. Apply Herald Office, MOKET TO pay rent when we. can let you have money enough .to build your own house at 6 per loan' money on all kinds of city property, on; terms that ;cannot be made by: others, -because we get from where'it is kinds of farm loans ne- fgotiated at 7 and >3-per cent. Be sure 'and see us when you. want, money. Phone .Block.. 394. Empire Land Co'., Ott 252-0 for-at least five per cent. of the view, amount of the tender .which will be forfeited if the party tender- ing declines to enter into a .contract based on such, tender when called light red cow about 6 years old ,branded ZNZ on left ribs; With cow is roan calf about 4 months TO room in fully j old. One dark red cow about 2 yeare old, branded 2R (curve mark above the R) on left ribs.; with cow dark red calf about 4 .weeks old. Lost- 1 mile east and 2 miles south of Win- nifred, on N. .-W. 1-4 ;Sec. 28. Finder notify at once R A Williams, sale. Apply 310 Bronton St. River- 253-6 FOR'. horses ami cows. 4 milos southeast of Lethbridge. Lots "of straw. Apply F. H. Cox, 34 256-6 Winnifred, Alta ;239-52 i S, 12 Tp. 11, ,E. 15; one upon to do so, or if he fails to com-JArgyle Ave. plete the work contracted for. '__" ;The unauthorized insertion of this j T0 roomed brick house. I dark grey tilly. two years old branded advertisement will not be paid for.; Apply Mrs. E. N. Wakely, Duff Ad- L7 on right thigh. 515 reward for in- j. D. McLEAN, idition. .256-0 formation leading to. the or ____ ______! return to'Pearson's Taber or Department Indian Affaifs, September Jfc: 1909. FALL DELIVilRY OF FLOUR O_uan- Agencies Points of Delivery titles.' Battieford... .At sacks Onion Lake. .At Lloydminster 207 Blood...... At Macleod TO rooms with good separate beds for 2 men. Scotch family. No other roomers or boarders Apply 617'Round St. 257-2 Peigan. :At': Brocket 700 246 OATS Prompt attention to all Coal 11 n.w...... Orders. C. O. D. ilMan." FLAX .35 .34 .46 1.40 1.89 Phone 365 IT. E. PATTESON, Agent Lethbridge. GENERAL TEAMING Having bought out Wm. Taylor's business, I am prepared to do all PONY EXPRESS-Pbone 334. J, Fig- Kinds'' of cartage. guar- anteed. Coal delivered ;C.O.D. Geo. N. McLean, Glyn. Phone 131. gins. Light draying a specialty. Storage. All orders promptly .at- tended to. Orders taken at City Harness Store. HORSES FOR SALE FIFTEEN HEAD OF FIRST-CLASS WORK HORSES, MARES, GELDINGS, AND MARES WITH FOAL. ALL BROKE For Farther Information see On the Ranch, Sec. 28--7--21, Eight and a half Miles South-east of Lethbridge. AUCTION Corner of Ford Street and Westminster Road, on FRIDAY NEXT at 2 p.m. Sharp, FRANK G. WADDINGTON WiU Sell by Auction as above, without reserve, a large quantity of useful HOUSEHOLDS 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. Owing to the large number oflots the Auctioneer respectfully requests a prompt attendance. AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE: CRABB STREET Telephone 261 i MISCELLANEOUS rOR SALE FOB Smith Premier, 4. Apply O.K., Herald Office. ,v.v 254-6' F. Litchfield, Eaymond. 253-6 Lethbridge, one bay mare "branded combination NP on left shoulder; three white lump eye; colt by side: Eeturn to S. G.- Tiiff, Dufferin andcfe- ceive reward. :i55-6 FOR of, horses, PROPERTY FOR SALF gen-tie, and broken to 'everything. Also mares and colts. Apply Box Lethbridge P. Or 252-6 FOR SALE new very j roniriej OTodeTn house on Coutt.- dress Alta. Wood St.. it will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. .242-26 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno is ttte sole head oj a family, or any male over 18 yeart old. may a quarter-sectioi of available Dominion land in Mani coba, Saskatchewan or 'Alberta. The applicant must appear penon the Dominion Lauds Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Enfy bj proxy may be made at any agenci Ur of intending homesteader. months' apoi> and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader mmj r .AtfTOMOBILE' live within mine miles oJ nis j stead on a .farm of at 80 acrei solely owned and occupied by him 01 by his mother, son. -daughter brother-or sister. In certain districts a homestead in in good standing may pre-empt t quarter-section alongside stead. Price per acre. Duties reside six raontha in eact uf six years from date entry (including the time required tc homestead patent) Sfty acres A hat exhaorteo his homestead right and cannot ob- taiu a pre-emption may take a pm chased homestead in certain district Price per acre. reside six months ia each of years, cultivate fifty acres and a bouse worth W.W.COBT. Deputy Minister of tht r jjj. publi idvertUeirent will not FOR xestauxant busi- ness in prosperous Southern Alberta' towrz. For price, etc., apply to Box 39, Magrath.' 253-6 near new Central School. Apply- "P MacMurphv, Mgr. South Alberta her Co.. Phone 225. 300-P FOR wanting 'a cheap return ticket to Ontario, ad- P. 0 Box 1972. Lethbridge, 256-2 NOTICE The Club-Cafe having been sold to Thomas McWilliarns of Spokane, I request tha-t all bills" accrued up to Oct. 10 be-presented; to me in .full within the next .lO.'d-ays. Thanking the public ior their liberal patronage FOR Horse 1200 Ibs; Broken to drive double, or for saddle. Suitable for -delivery: George Chell, I remain Tours, .V. RODGERS. 256-6 FOR arty; leaving the Model L.20-! horse-power White steam car; a five passenger Touring Car, equipped with'new system of bar- gain, if taken soon. Address" Box 203 City. 255-6 FOR three chair barber consisting' of -with iharbie top and 7 combination plate- glass-mirrors." A snap for quick sale. Applv Wilson's Auction Rooms Phone MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED TO Well broken horse for lauriuiy delivery wagon; Weight between and In Hie District Court of the District of Lethbridge T BETWEEN: JESSE W.'HARUY Plaintiff, HOLJE Defendant. ply Manager, Lethbridge Laundry 251-0 WANTED TO sized store, or would lease lot on which to build.. Address Box 1997, P. 0, 53-6 small horses suit- able for work in the .mines. Apply !0_70 Royal Collieries; Ltd. 257-6 To CARL HOLJ1E: TAKE NOTICE that action has been commenced irx." District Court of the District of ,Lethbridge by Jesse W. Hardyi ;plaintiff against you, Gael Holje, claiming for .goods sold .by, said plain- tiff to you; also ior board -sttjf': to i; Celia-Seeley: ,fand which debt of has been assign- ed by the said Seeley to'the plaintiff. AND that you are requited to ap- -near .in-thft i'said action twenty ;days 'after 'service of the Writ of Suinmons, whidh has been ordered to be made as follows: "BY posting up a copy of said order1 arid' Writ of Summons in the Post Office in Stirling and in the City of Lethbridge, and by inserting this ad- vertisement in at least two issues of the Lethbridge Herald newspaper. JOHNSTONE RITCHIE, Solicitors. ;