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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily Herald EtUblithtd IM7 flbliihed by the Daily Herald Print- ing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening tt office, iSound St., Lethbridge, 4lbwta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Mantling Director and Editor Subscription; Oftily. one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered "Dtllj, months, delivered OftUy, ou_ month, delivered Daily, ens year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail changed as often 2.00 1.00 .35 3.00 1.75 .85 de- old ad- iked, but both new aaci dresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pajeb, and contains a summary of world's news of the week, local aod foreign. One year, in advance months, in adrsuce ThTfe months, in Advance..... THE DAILY HERALD to on sale at the following places: Uthbndge-R J G. R-jbertson Co., J. D. Higinbotham Co.. J. J Johnston Co.. R- W. Bam- ilten. Pmcher J. Mitchell. D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. J. Stafford. Ftrnie. B. E. Suddaby _ Cran brook, Atchison. L. Reinecke. Grassy Tugham. Bow F, Weits. SUN FIRE 1910 The oldest Insurance Office In tWworld A jj 1710 lii HOME OFFICE: LONDON, ENGLAND Sim RulUliniS. Toronto, II. M. Blackburn. Manner. C. B. BOWMAN, AGENT, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. R. from Winnipeg to Fort William and Fort Arthur, the Canadian thorn connected these points, the C. P. R. have double tracked their line doubling its capacity, and now the amouncvment comes that the Grand Trunk Pacific lias completed of the work oi enlarging the spout. There are now practicully lour lines where there was only one when Sir William made hi? famous remark. During fir- same time, however, the "hopper has. bt-en creaky enlaig u Hundred and hundreds? of of have b en built of Wm- .751 50 j nipeg reaching nuncirous oi rnousanus of acre- of I I rr> m i i Car of Ontario and Eggs OEKTAINLY Is the cheapest in town Very Best Prices Paid for Second-hand Goods The Golden West Furniture Store Baroness Koad, beside the Arlington Hotel There. Has been a marvellous some very dear friend. merit of spout, of hopper and of the amount of grain to till and pass through the and spout. The i increase in the products is bound to be rapid and the work of providing the transportation must be oa in proportion. The GET THE BUSINESS dealers of Leihbridse And Miller at second is lot like him. Miller came to the team a green, kid and Hans took a liking to him. For the first time the German wanted a roommate. He took Miller _ carried under his wing and they live now as j an older man and a beloved brother. Hans has succeeded in making Miller i almost as great a recluse as himself. Many that if it were not for iAi c> o a I and Ustai! IETHBRIBGE ALBERTA UNION OF MUNICIPAL- ITIES, WELCOME Today and tomorrow the city is ai house to the mayors and al- dermen as well as civic officials oi other towns and cities of Alberta. They are most 'heartily welcome and the general wish is that'they will have such an enjoyable and profit- able time that they will want to come again, as soon -as possible. This convention of the Union of Alberta (Municipalities promises to be a very important one. The Albeeta government it is understood has- in the rough a bill to provide a uniform system o'f government for municipali- ties of the province and are waiting for the advice of the Alberta Union on matters of detail b afore the bill is completed, ready for presentation to the Legislature. The executive com- mittee of the Union recognize the im of this convention" because of this and 'have prepared the pro gramme so as to provide the requir ed advice and discussion on the im pbrtant matters to be considered. The convention therefore will be decided interesting and very Important. Lethbridge as a municipality has not a great deal to show the visiting irmiticipal -authorities in the way o improved methods of municipal go .vemrnent hut-it has a good deal to "show in .the way of municipal accom- plishments. No'doubt many a dele- -gate will get pointers 01 on feyw to improve streets with, boulevards, on the value and importance of planting trees in abundance, on TIOW to go about-putt- ing in a real up-to-date, fully equipp- ed electric power and light plant, on municipal ownership of coal mines on the proper equipment of a fire department 'and many other points of excellence that this city as a dis- possesses from a municipal point. In turn it is fully expected that .thi local municipal authorities discussion with the visiting author- ities may get pointers on city hall goveminent by a commis- sion, street numbering, fire alarm Sy terns, good paving materials and me- thods, assessments (and assessors) and a few other problems that this city has not yet worked entire satisfaction. Tt' is Confidently expected that the visiting municipal men seeing the wonderful prosperity .of this citv .compared perhaps with their should make a dead set-on the trade !thc support the great Hans gives the that will be opened up by the new railroads which will start operation in a few w.-eks. The territory right- fully belongs to Lefchbridge but if the other fellows can give better goods better prices anci better accommoda- tion, they will, get the business. The youngster he would be nowhere near- ly as good as he is. And then, there is another silent man on that club. Wilson, the right fielder, never speaks to a soul. For many weeks rival National league players thought he was a mute: He's off Calgary and Winnipeg fellows will got'George Stone backed be after it with characteristic energy Stage When t0 actins the the and it is for ihe local men to [speechless boy's role. see ab'mt it that the trade conies where, it belongs., both for their own. sakes j and for the sake of the city as a pros-! pective AvholesaJe centre. i OUH POINT OF VIEW Clubs are trump and Assessor Car- rie says he has a handful. The building permits are still be- ing recorded four or five thousand dol- wotrt-h every dayi over seveji- thousand yesterday. out to its towns or cities., own may inquire diligent- y for the secret of it. While ii may be difficult for the mayor and or the citizens who may be ask- to jrive a satisfactory explanation the fact of that abounding prosper- is apparent and the opportunity then be afforded for the people oi Lethbndge to speak of and show the many ways in which the citv is prospering. It is the confident of the people of Lethbridge that th- members of the convention so impressed with will be present and The Pittsburg-Detroit race is Nip and Tuck with just a little bit ahead. The Lethbridge city office not the only place where officials scrap. .President' Taft'S' secretaries and am- bassadors are settling some differenc: es also. The latest publication, "The Auto- crat after the Breakfast Table at the City Office" by W. L. Currie. The Y. M. C. got off to a good start. The finish will be when they find tfce A, at end ot the ;home stretch and attach it to the end of their colors. BISHOP OF N. B. IS BIG GAME HUNTER Down in Detroit and Pittsburg they are playing ball or watching it with the thermometer at thirty-four degrees while out 'he-re the daytime though 'considered .chiljjy, Mafe .been -twenty degrees Southern Alberta feels ex- tremely 'sorry7 for the -frozen south- east and in order that the players may enjoy the games more would sug- gest that after this the past-season games be played in Lethbridge. The crowds, of course would not be so but they could play better ball. SPANISH EDITOR AND REVOLUTIONIST SHOT Brave Conduct of His Daughter Who Supported Family Barcelona, Oct. 13. Professor Srancesco Ferrer, the Spanish editor and convicted revolutionist, was shot to-day at the fortress 01 Mont Juich. where he had been confined since con- demnation by court-martial. He fac- ed the firing squad without flinching, fell dead at the first volley. Fer- rer, except for momentary expression of emotion, immediately preceding; his death, retained his composure to the last. His attorney, M. Malceran, who had defended the prisoner, had secured permission for a brief talk with the revolutionist before the lat- ter was-led to the :ditch. where he was'to die. To his attorney Ferrer spoke feelingly of the work for which he was sacrificed, and of the future Of his daughter, whose, brave attempt to save his life touched the father more deeply than any other incident of his trial and conviction, On Ferrer's arrest, his family was left dependent upon his x daughter, who at once secured employment in a biscuit factory. The daughter made a personal appeal to King 'Alfonso to spare her father's life. When, these facts were related'.by Malceran, Fer- j ri-r broke down. It was but a pass- i ing emotion, and presently the un- daunted revolutionist was himself again. Ferrer decline to receive the Right Rev. John Richardson Made Reputation for Himself By Shooting a Moose N. B., Oct Rev. John Richardson, Anglican Bi- shop of New Brunswick, has made a reputation as big game hunter. "While-oh a recent tion tour in Sunbury- County, he ac- cepted the iiivitation of some friends to them on a-hunting ex- pedition. They were only a short time in the "woods when a guide call- ed up a large moose, which His Lord- ship bowled over at the first shot. He shipped the carcass Fred ericton and. will distribute the meat among his friends. Buffalo, JST.. Y., Oct. be- gan falling (here today at 9 o'clock this morning the weather bureau re- ported that three inches of wet now had fall. The storm continued throughout the forenoon and serious- ly -interfered with telegraph and tel- ephone service and also to some ex- tent with the street -car service com- ing .so unexpectedly as to catch the companies unprepared. JOHN GEDDES GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and Leth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 307 Crabb street; Phone 456. G. DeC. O'GRADY, Jr. Agent. Bryan Block Phone 425 Ipply: The SOUTHED! ALBERT! IOIHND INVESTMENT CO, Yuma, Arizona, October dent Taft today is speeding across the sands of Arizona on his journey back from the Pacific Coast to. the Atlantic Coast. He crossed the Col- orado river at Yujna shortly after six o'clock this morning and proceeded northwaird toward Phoenix and other principal cities of the territory. The president was met at Yuma by Gov-i ernor Sloan of Arizona, accompanied by .the other territorial officials and prominent citizens. Autos Overhauled If your automobile needs overhauling this winter, do not forget that the Standard Garage can do it. All our work is fully guaranteed. The Standard Garage Co, Phone 343. Wood St. DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-PbjsicUa Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m., 8-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 path St. Phone 63. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANtt -Redpath Street.. a.m.. 2.3, 7-6. 5. Staflord Block. Beaidenoe oor. Bompa6 and Craob. Phone: Office ITT; DM. J. E. LOVERlNQ-PhygicU. Surgeon. Accoucher. Oddfellow i Block. 9 a.m.. a to i 3 to 5. 7 to 8. Fbone. day .Dl 342. J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables g> Wood Street, Lethbridge Best Lump on the market, per ton Nut, coal, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal View. F. WADDINGTON Phone 261 City Agent. For Thanksgiving Day, .October 25th, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company announce a rate of fare and One-third for the round trip. Tickets will be on sale October 22nd to Oc- tober 25th, inclusive, final return lim- it, October 27th. v 252-14 Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG-BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE present and future of this city that they will be fcosgesssd of an nng dfr< sire to be mayors and aldermen in -Jus the best city of Alberta, which offices, however, are opfc, to rodents. Lethbridge welcomes" the membTs of the convention whether their stay be long or short. May thev coroc often and stay lone. "IRED OF TRYING TO DODGE POLICE So Gave Himself Up to the Officers of Kansas City Kansas City, Mo., Oct. Hussey, 25 years old, walked into the uolice station 'here last night and asked to be placed under -arrest de- ilaring he had been dodging the pO- .ice two and a half years and was tired of it. According to IT is story, he was ar- rested in Lynn, Mass.. in February, .907, on a charge of robbery of a Irug store and while being 'held at Xewburyport, trial, the ollowing day, he sawed through his bars, and with'his cell mate, es- caped. John Hussey, the voting man's tfa- her, is a contractor in Mass. Young- Hussey declared he is innocent of the charge. The police of Lynn liavei they will- send for him. last sacrament and turned away from the two priests of the Order of Peace j and Charity who had been sent by i the prison authorities to offer him j the final consolation of the Church. When the hour of his execution ar- rived, he walked bravely'through the prison yard to the ditch, in the sha- dow of tiu- encircling well. Without a quiver he faced the twelve infantry- men, who, at. the word of command, fired a single shot. When the report of tht; volley had died away, Ferrer was dead upon the ground. Previous to the ex-ecu precau- tions had been .taken to forestall a possible attempt at rescue by doub- ling the sentinels upon the walls of the fortress. MILLIONAIRE'S DAUGHTER PAID AUTOMOBILE FINE Quincy, Mass., Oct. El- eanora Sears, of Boston, paid a fine here today after being of operating an automobile at an ex- cessive rate of speed. Miss Sears en- tered a plea -of not guilty, and was not represented by any counsel. Th? automobile belonged to Harold Van- derbilt, a student at Harvard, and she was accompanied by him and a mechanic at the time. bur. w.is driv- ing the car herself. Wf'VE TOLD YOU A good many things about our Fruit Lands on the Arrow Lakes in this space during the past year. We have tried to tell you that there's profit and pleasure in owning a fruit n farm; The way to find out that there is no better investment than in fruit lands'is to see them for yourself. Ask any member of any of our parties what they think a bout it. We Have the Best Fruit Land proposition in Canada. Drop in and talk it over -we'don't urge or worry you till you invest- Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent Thomas Foster, manager of the Fit Reform Company, died suddenly this morning at Vancouver. He lived inahy years in Winnipeg as a commer- cial traveller. D. A. TAYLOb M.O., fct. Eye, Ear, Noae and Throat Stafford Block. Lethbridge. Office Hours-9.30-12 a.m. i-c D m 7-8 p.m. DR. GARNET T. IVES, DENTIST- Rooms 6 and Hours 9-JI M 188 G.A.DA I NTY-Qrad uate children'. per day. Patients arc -xpeev -Week 'w advance, and Phone 269. MUSIC J. ALEXANDER, AT M A 0 C M -Graduate Toronto Conservatory of -Music; Gold Med- alist, Ontario Conservatory of Mua- ic, Whitby, is prepared to accept a limited .-number of pupilg in culture and piano instruction Umcert engagements accepted. Ad- People's Drug Store, minster Road. P. 0. Box Phone 445. MADAM pi- Teacher of Music, at lib- y ?5'engagements town or coun- try. Miss -Norman, teacher of ball- room and stage dancing, Wednesday 3 to 8, .Caledonian Hall or Howard House, Crabb St. 255-6 PROF. FRED_ GREVE-Teacher of sure everybody who takes leaiona oi us, rapid improvement in a very short time. We uae the very best of methods. We, will call at your address 634 Bur- dette St. Phone 320 LEGAL LODGE PRfOE OF No. 293. Sons of England Benefit Society Meete in the OddfedUows' Hall every first and third Wednesday the month at 3 p.m. For full particulars apply W. J. Wade. Fred T. W. President B7. JOHNSTONE RlTCHIE-Barri- ters and solicitors. Office adjoin- ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. L M Johnstone; J. Norman Eitchie THE ENLARGED SPOUT Sir William Van Home some ago used an expression that became v.ery populer in speaking of the ques- tion of the transportation of the grain i_ TVT. __ ju.-.-weswrn uanada. He that "the hopper was large enough but that the spout should be larg- .At .that time there were rail- ways carrying grain to Winnipeg; the base of the hopper, but there was only one line to.carry it to the Great Lakes or on to the seaboard. That was not many years ago but the spout.has been undergoing the process of enlargement at a rapid rate. In addition to the single C. P. YOU ARE THE LOSER If yon have not tried the RED CROSS MENTHAL COUGH BALSAM, without a doubt the best and finest'. remedy on the market, for. conglis and colds, both as a pre- ventative Yon should not be without a bottle in the house. Why be troubled with a congL or cold when such a reliable remedy is right sit hand.. Large Bottle 50c. Trial Size 25c. the Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE .pay'and jSfight Phone 5 Acadia Block Night Bell Redpath Street Dispenser. Picture Framer. LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Meete Caledonian Hall, Glyn St. Club room open evening 7.30 to 10.30, Sunday excepted. All Scotsmen welcome. A. L. JOHNSTON, J. H. KELLIE, Boz320. Pres. lethbriiige lerie Ko. H7 x Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Capital Paid Up.............. Reserve Fund.............................. D. R. WHkis, Preai-dent. Hon. Robert Jaffray, Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank Deposits of and received and inter- est allowed from date of deposit. LETHBRIDGE R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Round St., beside Bectley'g Store. EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED I85S. CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general 'Ban kin sr business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants and Fanners. invited Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of and received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. LethbridgeBranch ROUND STREET Old Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. Meets 1st and 3rd M o n d ays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting oretkren are cordially invited. a, ASH CROFT, W.P. 34-ly GUS NEIDIG, A.F. G.R.A. Lethbridge Lodge Kegular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will al. ways receive a hearty welcome. A. 0. W.M. G. V. Secretary. P. 0. Box 537. SIMMONS SHEPHERD-Succeasor, tp_W. C. Barristers -So licitors and Notaries. Mooey to loan W. C. 3. J. Shepherd C. F. P. CONY8EARE, K.C., ,D C L Barrister. Solicitor, Etc Office' Conybeare Lfthbridge A I faerta. H% A. j. Koom 14 Bur ford H. H. DUN WOOD Y-Barrister, So- licitor, Etc., Office Acadia 'Block. Lethbndge, Alta. B.A.Sc.-Domimoi, Land surveyor, irrigation and HV draulic Engineer. Koom 5, Whft ney Block, Phone 205. ARCHITECTS AND YM. T. WILLIAMSr-Architect.. ney Block. Late of Williams Architects, Detroit. F. 8. ROLFSON-Architeci. Boom i Whitney Block. AS_ A. Macdonald Block. Redpatb Ler-hbridge Alta. J M-uD.ODD-Architect, Calgary Lethbndge. Specialist in Fireproof ing, sanitation, heating and ventilm tion. .Ernes: E. Carver. M.B.A A T Manage Lethbridge Office, Bryac Block Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13589. 'in the Oddfellows Hall every second and fourth Wednesday of the month. Visiting neighbors will al- ways receive a hearty welcome. Coun- cillor, C. L. Griffith; Banker, W. 4 Clerk.. N. Dowwtt. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Roytl Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD B. C. BEATON-Contracter Estimates free. Eepairinf and alteratiena a specialty Tem- porary office City Bakery, Ford St or Box 355 Citv WILLIAM WATTS-Builder and con- tractor, is prepared to give esti- mates free of cost on all kinds oi work in the building trade, includ- ing, repairs, alterations,