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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta October THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ou ow Many Men- Already Wearing -r- They will not be cauglit napping when tne cnilly winds blow. Wny snoulcl you be? I. have the Suit or Overcoat that will suit you in color, style, fit, pattern and cloth, ifiwon't take you -five minutes tb FALL SUITS ANDOVERCaATS WATCH MY WINDOW Alraid to Eat? Ask For Approval of Plans For a Railroad Along Old' Man River Ex- tension of Time Asked For Construction Of Lethbridgc- Weyburn Branch and Other Lines Ottawa Oct. activ-r From Wilkie soutJi westerly j 3. From Outlook che Lacomix; ity in railway developments is evi-! southerly to the Moose Jaw denced 'by the large.number or uppli-j From Bcilssevaill; 3 cations to parliament lor legislation which 'will appear in the Gazette. Tb.e C. P. R. wants authority to construct j live branch 'lines in the Northwest. Jj'rora Conquest, Sask., to Asquitb. or uimrerniline on the Pleasant. Hills'' tne following railways: to Li.udf i'ronr. Crow's Nest branch 'id Man riv'er, about 55. miles. An extension of time is asked by the C. P. R. for the construction of branch. From tne Jaw Sask., southerly branch. 1. "Prom Lanigah id Prince Albert. Dranen; 4. .From Eetevau to Forward on weyb'urn 5. .from a point in townships ,6, 7, S or 9 westerly to Lethbridge. The latter is the" Lethbridge-Wey- tmm branch. The. new line from the Nest along.fae. Old Mau'Jiver to! I'- From VVUkie northerly and west Inlay have to do with a road 10 offset jerly, to the Lacpmbe branch. I.the Pineher Creek-Cardston railroad: HAS BIG PAY ROLL TUfiV CTAD me. I rfiAK SHAKE-UP Largest Paid Out Since Mines Were Started (Special to the Hosmer, B. Oct. The pay- i roll of the Hosmer Mines, Ltd., to- was the largest .amount- Paid out in one month since tbs mines commenced three years ago, being and- as a result there is ivAieh stir in -town, malung Business brisk. DIFFERENCES Next to Eureka Theater The present tonnage per day of "The Hosmer Mines is over 800 ton, which they expect to increase in the near future to a ton output; and to accomplish this, a new -seam, 'known as B Level, has recently .been opened. 200 feet higher than "the present j main tunnel, which is producing even a superior quality o: coal, necessitat- ing the .purchase "of two, more com- pressed-air locomotives, which 'makes i a -total of seven now in. use by this L company. :This week..- saw the completion.- m f the "Washer" installed, bT; f The Hosmer Mines for the -purpose of'] washing all slack. coal. The C.P.R. have at present a large .ganp- of men' erecting the new freight 'sheds, which are being. rjojuilt on the stand ard.. freight she'd the building, 100 tt. will give ample capacity for the handling- ..of the increasing quantity of freight at .this TKe C'.P.R. contemplate several other improvements in Hos- ;mer this vear. Oct: Gover- nor Thos. Skinner'- of the Hudson's j Bay Co., .and.j Poland Burbidge, lead- ing- director; of- London. and .Herb. E; Burbidge, .'newly appointed com'missionef'of tae H- B. shops are" here; arid of changss wnich the" new'directorate are believ- ed "to have in View; there is great a'rudety and. speculation AS to proceed- ings of the party -who, however, are all very uncommunicative and .non- committal IN THE UNION As to Recent, Dismissals on Winnipeg Street and you won't know you-feave a stomach. They will see to it .that your food is properly They are among the .best of the NA-DRU-CO preparations, compounded by expert chemists and guaranteed bj die, largest wholesale t druggists in Canada. 50c..a boi. ,Tf your druggist has not stocked them send and we will mail you a box. NATWNAL CHEMICAL CO. OF 'CANADA LIMITED. MONTREAL. 36 'HES'D OFFICE HERE Temporary tieacLoffices of_the Chi- Railway Winnipeg of street railway, employees over tire summary dismissal "of a. number or; motormen and conductors, found vent in closely guarded' meetings r gun day morning. Men claim that the victims were selected by spotters-because of union proclivities' rather than real faults, and while concrete results of the meeting were "not made known it is believed that it resulted in two opposing insisting upon re-tostatement while: the oth- noo'i Coal open- jer-faction claims the company is de- ed in Xethbridge: TORONTO'S RELIEF OFFICER DEAD Toronto. Cci. to at the city hall tonight announced the death at Evanston: 111. of Mr. Edvvard Taylor, re- net' oRieer. -Mr. Taylor' died at the i2ome of nis daughter, Dr. L. E. Tay- lor. wno is a well known medical specialist of Evanston. .r." C-. Reed, oi MacAlister, Okla-. homa, who has been appointed gener- al manager of the Chinook. Coal Co., Ltd., has arrived in the city from the take charge oE-the cotu- pany'i operations. Electric Restorer for Meri PilOSDhOOOl restores.every nerve in thebo5y its proper tension: restores vim and vitality. Premature decay and all sexual weakness averted at once. Phosplionol wiH make vou a new mac. Price S3 a bos. or two" for Mailed to any address. Tho Scolwll Drug Co., St. Catfcariees. Oat. cleaning and .The -very- .best have their of" repairs and cleaning. fS 'Save "'year Time- piece attended .to before- it is worn .oiit for lack of and cleanliness. A watch or- ganism. and delicate. and the- '-'Slightest friction-' makes trouble and wears the parts out. We will guarantee and clean' your watch and -will warrant -the job to be 0. "K. E.A.EWERT JEWELER, Round -St ing nothing more than. right It is understood the meeting adjourned un- til-Tuesday, -and--meanwhile the com- mittee' will interview company, offic- ials. a "matter of fact owing to -of men during the sum- inspectors, have ignored of not caring to suspend-ythe men when unable to pro-, perly'inan all their ;cars, and; some of these have'.undoubtedly "taken tage of ".'this' 'leniency. James Sobers of the cily clerk's be The S-t Andrew's Bible class 'reorganized yc.sU-rday afternoon and the following oflicers were elected President-, George secrttary, Mrs. Bryden; treasurer, Rob- ert Johnston; teacher of class, Rev. V.'. Bryduu. Look-out commute. Mr. Ilarlcy, Mrs TuUoch. 'Miss Edith Mel-Tardy, Miss Esther Haflcman.'ThR rnect each Sunday at 4 p. m. and the study ofspecial subjects Our: S' IF II ays lo Us: "You :ti-octl not'hesitate to'recommend ALBERTA'S PRIDE as one of ibe -rory finest beers on the market today. "I .been brewing beer for twenly years now and never be- fore liavs r.urned out. a product with, I was so satisfied as 1 am with. LETHBRIDGE beer. sxnih remarkably -fine -water as this brewery uses, witli the hcst .barJe.v arid hops I ever saw, we are enabled lo produce n beer of which I. am exceedingly 1 Ml i I> 1 rinK Aioertas. If you use rtt home got. a sample' case. Yoivli-li-ke it.' "We believe you'll say it's UK- best i3eer you over drank. 'npi T I he Letiibnage Drewing an Making Co. Limited PHONE 554 STEVENS MIS- TRAINED BEAR Introducing different: styles .'of dancing and a famous -wrestlino- match. FEET CAMERAGRAPII AL.MONIE The famous singing and dancing comedian. 1000 FEET EUREKASCOPE PRICES ALWAYS THE SAME San Francisco, GaL, Oct. The discovery tonight of 500 pounds, of dynamite hidden in. an untenanted house near the bay in south San tTanciseo -threw the- detectives work- ing on the Los Angeles Times case into new spasms of activity. Gynamite was confined in ten boxes and addressed to J. B. Bn-son and is 'supposed to be the same lot as that purchased by three men from the Giant powder works, Sept. 20th. On Sept. 24th a man giving the name of WEI, yatt, who answers the descrip- tion of the third man Vho accom- panied Bryce and Perry to the gianr powder works, rented the house. That night Mrs. .lonn Fox. a neighbor, saw two men drive up in a delivery wagon. The wagon coniained a load covered by two large pieces of canvas. The wagon was unloaded, 'the men drove off and no one lias -been seen around the house since. O'Krfen today de- cided to go out to the house and see the net? tenants were. He found Sim. Griffith J H. Cleveland Manager The genuine pictures of the Taken at ReiipVNeyaidaj July 4th, at st cost of Films One stating 8.30 75c No reserves great many who have lived'in South- ern Alberta For sometime. The water has a1 "decided flavor or Lithia, is and soit. Samples have been sent 10 the Government, analysts in order: to'.learn exactly what properties it. contains. Alex.' Camp bell carried hoiue a sample and it is" nic- est and-softest water he ever cd in- 'Got An Antelope H. Beard, E. B.-Taijot-cr. went. ;out yestc'rdav- morning after antelope'..: ;H. Beartl brought down a fint -ir.aking a splendid shot at'about 300 yards. Pete Hammer returned from a days' hunt on Kipp bringing in "a good bag--.of duck, .'mostly mall- ards, solitary goose. HIDEOUS JUMBLE IN -MONTREAL Oct. Vivian, M. f.. who has been addressing' town, planning meetings in Canada, wridng-- on need of action in ijonireal, says that the population of that town: grows thirty Co forty thousand a year. Xfiese' persons -dump themselves down practically as they like, and the-re- sult is a hideous jumble. it empty and in tae parlor dynamite. GOING DEEPER WITH TA8ER WELL Gas Pressure Remains Around the 200-Ib. Lovely building site 30 ft. x 137 1-2 ft. facine: casr on Outbill. only' 1QO 'ft. from 25 ft. lanc-'nt rear. The water and sewer connections are al- ready made. Price -S.1.100-: cash balance in.3 and 6 mos. at 8 per cent. Apply to Owner: 606 CUTBILL ST. (Special TO the Tabor. Oct. sas is the principal topic of conversation all ov- er ihc town, and outsiders, coming; in ply their friends for inforniation. Bnllinc; is proceeding .apace, .as much-, ns SO fee-1 A day being the average for iho past- three days.- The gas pres- sure remains around the 200 pound mark, which learn is what the Mc-dicine I-rafr and Jioxv Island wells showed at between 700 and OQO iect. The Tabcr well is about 900 ieet down. At a depth of 800 ieet an ar- flow of water was struck, the novv- neing psiimaled at about 20 gal- lons per minute.- The 01 tins discovery will-be great, as it proves that water Ciiii be got bv .bor- ing, and at no very great depth, a faci which will frc of interest to in- scUlcrs. as veil ax f fERE are. two more Fit-Reform creations in fine Over- coats, made by. the founders in Canada- of highgrade, .hand- tailored garments. The style is-., the single and double breasted a superb variety of elegant patterns. 155 McKELVIE McGUJRE Sole Agents for ;