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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TMI LETHBRIOQE DAILf HEftAUb, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, ItM. HAOt THRU THB HERALD'S REHL ESTRTE MKRKET 100 000 tO Loan OH Half-Section AI SteamPlow Land, 4 miles from Carmangay, only per acre, all fenced. acres, 9 Hp T PthhriHo'P niles from Burdett, at per acre, AI land. acres near Cardston, at per acre. 160 acres 6 miles from Warner, at per acre, 2 Jots in Riverview at cash. house and 3 large lots roperies. in North Ward at terms. 1.1 SOUTHARD BLOCK New 5-roomed house, close to Mills in North Ward, water and electric light; cash will handle... Splendid two-storey Residence, on Dufferin St., 8 rooms, fully modern, fire place, etc.; worth easy terms. SKE1TH TILLEY Plaone 197 Corner KouBd and Dufferin Streets FRANK SHERMAN LAID TO REST Last Honors Paid To Noted Labor Leader I-t-H-I- Pays per month. Building and 2 Lots on Red- path Street, close in. down, balance one and two years Scenes From the Hudson-Fulton Celebration, N. Y. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK T 4-H- 2 well located Lots on Coutts Street, facing east One-third cash, balance 4 and 8 months OTT BLOCK PHONE 222 FOR SALE. New Four-roomed Cottage two blocks west of North "Ward School. cash, balance very easy terms 320 acres eight miles South of main line C.P.R. per acre if taken at once. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH t I tlm WPplr- IIIIS WeCK. 8 Lots In Korth Ward, one block from school and ea. 4 sections Kaw Land, i miles from Warner, all steam plow proposition. per acre; acres on Lethbridge-Weyburn survey, from 810 up Improved Farms near Barons and Carmangay for cash or crop.payments Freeman, Maeleod and Graham Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE ?.C.Bor679' New 7 room House on 2 Lots in Riverview Addition. Must be sold at once, owner leaving- city. Small cash payment required. i T Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block 4 -M-l-I-l-K- Fernie, Oct. occasion of the funeral of Prank H. Sherman, late president of District 18, U. M. W. of A., brought together the larg-. est concourse of people ever assemb- led upon such an occasion in Fernie. President Powell, Vice-President [Stubbs and Secretary Carter of the district board, and representatives of j nearly all the local unions in the dis- JL jtrict were present, coming from Leth jf j bridge, TSellevue, Lille, Frank, Cole- man, Corbin, Michel, Hosmer and other points. All the stores were closed from 2 to 4.30 p.m. and the mines were closed for the day. The new opera house in the Miners' block was tastefully draped in black, and the house was packed to its ca- pacity, while many were unable to get in. j The body lay in a heavy laden cas- ket in the entrance hall during the day so that all who wished might take-a last look before the funeral services were begun at 2.30 o'clock. Many beautiful floral tributes banked the casket coming from District 18, Gladstone local and many private in- dividual friends of the deceased. The services were opened by the singing of: "Days and moments quickly flying, Speed us onward to the Rev. -H. R. Grant then read the scriptural ritual 'of the Presbyterian church for the dead, closing with a short prayer. After the singing of "Sands of Time are Mr. Grant spoke briefly but feelingly of the-life of the deceased, paying a high tribute to his memory. The services in the hall were closed by the singing of "Nearer My God to Thee." The procession to the grave was headed by the .Salvation Army band, followed by thVmayor and council of the; city of Fernie and the fire and j police departments then came Glad- stone Union, the Fernie city band and a large concourse of people. The services at the grave were sim-.. pie, consisting of the rituals of the church and.of the Miners' Union, the former read by Rev. Grant and the latter by Secretary Rees of Glad- stone local, union. The pallbearers were John Wild, John Kent, Wm. Carroll, Wm. Rose, thos. Sanders and W. Clarkston, all intimate friends and fellow miners. It was a heart felt tribute of re- a life' which has left a last- ing impression upon the minds of the people of the Pass. "WARSHIPS Good Residence Lots In Block 3D, soutL. 01 Barracks AT PoOT OF STREET- HOT ROAST FOR HEARST "How to Use the Miss Bur- will be devoted, to the following sub- jects C. A. Cur- tis, B.A., of. Raymond "Education in ;J. W. Fulton, of Medi- cine Hat; in Intermediate Miss A. Clark, Raymond, and an. address by Dr. Coffin, of the _______ Normal school, Calgary. j The afternon session of Friday will Xew Yoik, Oct. a state-i and our system of government. But be devoted to the business of the as- ment full of sting and bite, yet de-lit may be that with all his money sociation. Of invective, Wm. J. G-aynor. j and newspapers and power, the "peo- The teachers of the democratic candidate for mayor of! pie of New York may not let him schools will be "A't Home" to the] Greater New York, fired his big pro- Uun over me so easily as he thinks." visiting teachers on Thursday even-1 jcctile of the municipal campaign to-' ing, when a programme ,will be given and refreshments served. The lecture: of Wrn. Jennings Bryaii wlU I i JL T I 4 Cottages in jtforth Ward, all rented, 8500.00 handles 4 Cottages in North Ward, all rented, handles 1 Cottage, London Eoad, rented. down, balance to suit. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Bos 254 RESIDENCE LOTS: 2 Lots facing east in Block 93, each; terms. 2 Lots facing east in Block 94, each; terms. The H. Macbeth Agency T T TKe GoJden West Realty Co. I JL I JL t I ca? V Bal- T 2 Modern 7 Room Houses for sale at a Bargain. S700 cash. Balance easy. Business Lots in Island. each. Third ance 6 and 12 months. 4 Lots, barn for 10 horses. All fenced. 5 Roomed Cottage, 12300. Good terms PKone 261 RING i Real Estate H-I-I-t-I-H-I-M-K-I-I-I-I-I-H-I-t- Box 642 G Auctioneer CUTS FATHER'S NOSE OFF Archie-Johns, Munsey Indian, As- sults Parent With s Shovel Melbourne, Ont., Oct. Johns, a muncey Reserve Indian, working with his father on the street here man, yesterday and belore assaulted the old onlookers could in- elder Indian's .nose off. He was im- mediately placed under arrest. The father was taken to Dr. Sinclair's office, where the nose was again at- tached to the face, and c ther serious cuts dressed. Squire Donnelly, of Melbourne remanded the prisoner for trial before Squire Chiitick in Lon- don. Constable Corsault look the !ff come in on that night. Special rates_ will be given on the railways from all points. G. T. CANT SEE THE REASON British Columbia People Object to Oriental Labor London, Eng., Oct. ed by a representative-, of "Canada Sir Charles Rivers-Wil- son, President of the Grand Trunk Railway, said that in regard to the position at the Prince Rupert end day in an attack on Wm. R. Hearst. Last week Mr. Hearst issued n. statement saying-positively that he would not run for mayor, but would support Justice Gaynor. Two days later he accepted an independent nom- ination for the office. Justice Gaynor to-night came out with a statement and a-letter ad- dressed to him by Rudolph Block, who occupies an editorial position oh the Hearst papers. Under 'date of Oct. 9, Block, "While regretting ex- ceedingly to be drawn into the af- reviews at some length what purports to have been the details of meetings between Hearst and Gaynor early last summer. The letter said in part "Shortly before Mr. Hearst left for Europe last' summer he asked me to bring you to his home. I think this TEACHERS TO HOLD CONVENTION of the Grand Trunk' -Pacific, every- j was the second or third time you have ever seen him. He asked you if Sir i you would run for mayor in the fall. tlhing ihinged upon supply of labor. Personallv Charles said lie had never been able to appreciate the position of people of British Columbia in respect as early completion of road means much to that the this the province and temporary employment of three On Thursday and Friday of next week, October 21 and 22, the teach- ers of Southern Alberta will meet in ended or four thousand Asiatics would save three years. Their introduction would not displease a single native Canadian.as when their contracts and said 'I don't care what ticket you run on, I'll support you.' Justice Gaynor reviews the inci- dents which led up to Hearst's re- pudiation of him, which he describes as "The most painful I have ever ex- The latest "issue" in the campaign ifa Tammany's kidnapped, or attempt- ed, abduction -at least, of the title "Civic Alliance" and the emblems thereof, constituting the new party designation under which the inde- pendence rallied to the support of Hearst As a result of this move the demo- cratic ticket; may appear under tne emblem of three different parties on the official democra- tic, old independence league, recently captured at the primaries, and last- ly, the civic .alliance. While Hearst .yet may qualify' under an altogether new party name, the new coup, if successful ultimately, will give Tam- a advantage in the matter of publicity on the bal- lot. The final retention of the civic alliance as a Tammany, title, how- ever, is a legal question which must be settled this week. For this lat- est plan to disconcert the Hearst fol- lowers, Chas. F. Murphy, Tammany leader, has to thank State Senator Patrick H. McCarren, the democratic leader of Brooklyn. It was while the promoters of Heart's candidacy were getting signatures to put their ticket in the field, under the name of "Civic each Only a few and a breach of'trust that the" Brooklyn Sena- such as he never encountered before, i continues the state-j ment, "the primaries of the independ- j Oriental port- from r-m barked. convention in the auditorium of the Central school in this city. At the convention will be teachers from all over Southern Alberta, it having j It will pay you to been considered better to have one i Pioneer Lumber Co. good, big convention than two small- er ones. The programme is varied and inter- esting. The session will be opened on Thursday morning with an invoca-, tion by Rev. J. S. Chivers and ad-iy dresses of welcome by Mayor Hen-! T derson, J. H. Fleetwood, chairman of 4- they would be taken to the! ence league had been held, and it which they had with the Lethbridge school board and Rev. tervene picked up a spade and cut the. prisoner to London, A. M. Gordon. Following this will i be an address by the president of the j T association, and a paper on- "Art in j the Public by Miss H.! Elder, M.A., of Macleod. The afternoon session will be taken by the following subjects "Civics in the Public Roy R. David- son, Lethbridge; "Place of Sports in School by A. E. Torrie. Macleod; by J. Brown- lee, M. A., Clarcsholm, and the ap- pointment of committees. The session on Friday morning will be divided into two sections, prim- ary and senior. In the primary sec- tion be given'on "Prim- ary by Miss Burnett, Cal- gary Normal School "Devices in Number by Miss E. Medicine Hat; "Language Work in Standard by Miss A. R. McRae, Magrath "Busy by Miss M. C, Sutherland, Medicine Hat, and nctt. The session in the senior section THE Farm Secority Co. OFFICES AT THE Whitney Block letlibriilge alberta was found that a decisive majority of the delegates chosen were in my fav- or. Thereupon Mr. Hearst would us. j not permit the convention to be call- ed to order. No party boss ever went as far as that. It is said that this may be an indictable offensc.and it is being looked into. X j "After the. primaries Mr. Hearst began to cry fraud as usual, and tn T j declare that his ballot boxes had been "stuffed. T i "No one could vote at the league J. {primaries except its enrolled mem- tor, according to reports, had his licul-enaiits at work on a similar document, except that the democra- tic candidates were substituted for the Hearst ticket. Senator McCarren's men presented a rrti'ikiii by Midependent voteVs who .'la-', adopted the name of "Civic Al- but who named the demo- crat ic candidates, to the board of eir'-tii.n-in New York just 19 minutes before a Hearst lieutenant also ap- pcaix-.'i with a petition, and emblem of tl c civic alliance. fvnct; neither petition had more than 500 signatures, they were not ]k-U. for the law requires In case both the McCarren left MONEY TO LOAN I FIRE INSURANCE The C. B. AGENCY Acadia Building. Phone 200. J. I. CD. Real Estate and In- vestment Brokers MONEY TO LEND at lowest current rates FIRE, LIFE and ACCI- DENT INSURANCE- District Agents- Railway Passengers As- surance Co. of Londons England. Accident, Disease, [Em- ployers' Liability! and Fi- delity Guarantee Offices: 307 CRABB STREET jp. Bank of Montreal) Telephone 383 Money Makers Lots in Block T at and Tenns. Lots in from Block K -Terms. L S. RIPLEY, TELEPHONE 294 Office, Room 8 Macdonald Block o t bers, as every one-knows. In fact I nior. ana the Hearst followers com- the enrollment was a racre skeleton. Pl'-'te the list of names it will be a Are riow open for business. J j most of the districts having only a i ca-o for the hoard of elections to de- Their territory, anyplace X j few On the roll, and only a handful ci-'. voted at a majority of the polls. j Ctts. E. Gehring, who is Hearst's "The bald statement of Mr. Hearst political manager, said he was not at that Charles F. Murphy or Tammanv ali put out hy the scheme. Hearst's or some one stole his primaries or representative will appear to-morrow stuffed his ballot boxes seems to j bef j o the board of elections to pro- have been'gulped down by every par- I formally, and if necessary will tisan newspaper in the city. carry the case to the Courts. "Mr. Hearst now repudiates his! said Mr. It league Party; will not permit the. won't make much diii.'.re we. in Southern Alberta. They are prepared to bay improved or unim- proved land for spot cash. The> will sell to actu- jh al settlers having the ne- X cessary equipment for .1 on a ten year pay- inent plan, one-tenth down T Have yon the neces- sary horses and machinery to operate a farm but only able to make a small rash payment, or do you wish to enlarge your farm by buying adjoining land "We can help'you. We can also ni.'ike you a farm loan. Call or write Half Section also 480 acres within and 3 miles Wilson's Siding about 11 miles from Leth- bridge, at per acre on easy terms V The Farm Security Co. convention to be called, and is hav- ing himself nominated by petition against me. I am fully conscious that his great estate of from to gives him a big advantage over me in one re- spect, but I am ready to meet him before the people of New York. I suppose-, we are about to witness in the campaign such a lavish of money by a candidate for office as was never before witnessed in American politics and which, if continued, must in the end; debase and corrupt our politics Hearst can win under a straw hat if neccpsarv." IIS BUSHELS TO THE ACRE (Iligu River Times.) Mr. Dickenson, of Mossleigh, was a. visitor in High River on Monday last and has corroborated the state- ment Tnade Dy his m-ighbor, Mr. N. H, Hart last week to a Times man, that, his 90 acre field of oats yielded Hfl bushels to the -acre. This places district at the top of tire for enormous yields. Insurance Loans Rentals Suburban Acreage J, I The George Hatch T Land Co. T FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY X Phone 159 Oliver Block (t will pay you to with Pioneer Lumber Co. JUST ON THE MARKET: Ten -Good Residential Lots, Block K, William St., each. A shipment of Automobile has just come to hand. Lethbridge-Weybyrn J CD, Ltd. to W.R. DOBBIN Co Telephone 122 ;