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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, FOR SEVENTEEN YEARS II The Quality of This Tea Has Court CiSCS At LOOMED UP Conspicuously Above a Hundred IMITATORS SALADA" Pincher Creek the opera house have declared war on females wearing bats during perfor- maces at that place of amusement. They keep up an incessant shout of "hats" at any lady violating their i aggressive code of etiquette until the Pinchcr, Creek, Oct. IG.-By all j said lady is perforce obliged to yield odds the best show that has struck to the decree of the occupants of the Pincher Creek during the past six j sPhere- months was the presentation of "The tOc., oOc. and (50c. per pound At all grocers ORGANIST'S SUDDEN "DEATH London, Ont., Oct. 0. Gie- ger, organist of Col born" street ..church, died suddenly yesterday of internal poisoning. He was 35 yeors old. The choir was ignorant his death, and waited in their seats yes- terday morning until informed of his demise. Gay by the San Fran- cisco, Opera Co. on Friday night. Feom the opening chorus to the finale The engagement of the May Rob- erts-Gillards Co. for appearance at the opera house here on the 18th and 19th of this month has cel led. G. lessee and manager of the opera house, has postponed his trip The capacity of the C.N.R.. docks at Port Arthur will be doubled next year. Wheat Goes Up Again Wheat prices show a raise of one cent for Northern varieties and two cents for Alberta Red this morning. _ Hogs have dropped to the former price i is figuring in the limelight of 8 and 10 cnts per Ib. The follow-1 ing prices are quoted this morning: No. 1 Northern 0 82 No. 2 Northern...... 0 791 No. 3 Northern 0 76 j No. 1 Alberta. Red 0 811 No. 2 Alberta Red 073! No. 3 Alberta Red 0 75 j Gate, per cwt................___. 0 70 Barley ..........V........... 025 i i j Sir Frederick Borden, WHO just now. this fanciful opeta was a procession of sparkling wit and vivacious act- ing. From the stars in the piece to the chorus girls and dancers, each i to England indefinitely, 'were away up in their particular lines. Teddy Webb and Mabel Day were of course the proiiouuced attrac lions of the company, but James Stevens, Chas. Courdre, Alexander Dale and Georgia Campbell were not- lacking in ability either in histrionic or musical line to win deserved ap- plause from their audience. The lead ing social lights of the town were out en and the building was well a quiet and intelligent audience. Reserved scats sold at then graduated from downward. The solos and choruses were of a high order in point of mu- sical ability, and were entirely new compositions- The San Francisco j Opera Co. can depend on a cordial j welcome any time they please to make a return visit to this town. j The' diversion of the creek having been accomplished by means of a ca- boulders from the old bed are being taken out for the purpose of Well's Arrest At Creston A Creston despatch to the Nelson, News gives; the following account of the arrest of the man Wells, charged with the seduction of the young Jones girl There has been quite a sensation in Creston the past 2-1 hours over the arrest of one George suppos- ed to have also passed under the names of George Wells and Tom Mc- Mullen, who is charged by the Let-a- bridge authorities with abducting a young girl named Jones and passing her off as his wife. Provincial Magistrate 3. A. Speers yesterday morning swore in as spe- cial constable Thomas McCreath in Leth- THANKSGIVING We are designing Special Artistic Display Show Cards exclusive for Thanksgiving Day. PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW and avoid the rush. THE ENSIGN CO. Acadia Block Redpath St. For Private Sale PIANO in ebonized tone -nearly new. Manager, Herald Market Place yoi kavc .to sell or to rent place it if this coliimi. If you want anythluf use this cclnimn. 25c rine insertion 6 for LAND FOR SALE FOR acres, three miles from Taber. 200 acres'ready for crop. Price per acre. Terms 1-2 crop until paid. Int. 5 per cent. Call on E. B. Taber. 259-12 SITUATIONS VACANT Nov. 1, or as soon as Convenient, good general servant. Good wages paid. Apply 650 Crabb St. 260-6 WORK and clean- 837 Crabb St. 260-3 Arcade THE Block ENSIGN CO. Redpath St. good general- servant. Apply Mrs. J. J. cor., Glyn ;Bpmpas, St. 160-0 Notice THE BRITISH COLUMBIA AND' MANITOBA RAILWAY COM- PANY TO THE SHAREHOLDERS: NOTICE is hereby given that where- as the requirements of The Railway Act to incorporate The British Colum- bia and Manitoba Company have- been fully complied with, so as to permit of the organization of the Company, a meeting of the Share- one ac- .'.customed to land business preferred. Address Box 197 Taber. 259-6 woodsmen. Highest going paid. Elk Lumber Co. F. G. Waters, superintendent, Hos- iner, B. C. 237-0 CITY AND DISTRICT A special sitting of the court will be held tomorrow. Tuxedo Purefood products district! will be is to make doubly sure that no fur- ther inundations will occur to town property by means of floods in the spring. Since the creek changed its course and ran parallel with the main street, a great deal of incon- venience resulted, to say nothing of. All this.' the arrest and landed his response to a wire from the to .arrest tive. Mr.: McCreath, after making some inquiries, headed, for and when near that station met the j -o'clock in the forenoon for alleged abductor, ,hcre he .as >out oHS hunting and carrying a rifle, and the j Company, organizing the Company, two men walked back to Kitchener electing directors'and transacting all _ t _.n of the Company held at the law offices of Messrs. Johnston Ritchie, adjoining the Union Bank, at Lethbridge, Albertaj on Tuesday the Second day of November, 1909, together, when. Constable McCreath Jj-lax on the hoof: Steers, :per Ib. 0 Cows, per Ib......... 0 02% 000 0 00 0 00 G 00 Jtiye, per cwt. Dressed, per cwt. Sheep: Live, per cwt. Dressed, per cwt. and Eggs: Dairy butter 025 Creamery butter 0 30 Sggs, per dozen ____ 0 30 Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. 1 00 Onions, per Ib. 0 03 Feed: Hay ,prafrie 0 00 Hay, blue joint ____ 0 00 .Hides: Dry 0 12 Cured 0 Rendered Tallow: No. 1, .per ibi 0 00 No. 2, per Ib. 0 00 1 00 0 00 0 00 8 50 11 00 S 00 10 00 0 30 0 35 0 40 1 50 0 05 10 00 13 50 114 Thursday. MacLeod Eros., sale is a hummer. the danger to property. demonstrated at Craddock Viner's fos -been'overcome, by grocery in th? Sherlock block .dam--. Police court cases are not a good sign in any community, but in this hustling town of ours we are having our share of them, as the subjoined list of transgressions who appeared before the beak will show. store feS like buying anything j two Indians arrested'for being drunk, j OQ police-.'duty elsewhere when FJ, Turner Go. Grain Commission j The store was crowded all day Sat- urday and the extra sales force were taxed in waiting on the customers, i MacLeod Bros, always put prices down and during a sale men who vis- j it the I thty think they will need for the sea- j son. The North West Jobbing and Com- I mission Co., F. Colpman, manager, i appeared before Magistrate McDougal I at 10 o'clock this morning on a of having twenty cases of whiskey on their premises, contrary to the Liquor License Ordinance. In- formation was laid by the local li- cense inspector, Robert Nimmons. C. Simmons appeared for the prosecution and W. C. Ives for the defendant. Major Burnett and F. D. Shaw of the Customs Department and Mr. Kimmons. were the witnesses called. An adjournment was asked by the prosecution and the case was set for a hearing on Friday next. "Chickey" and "Shininglog." the new canal' oner m Creston, well handcuft- same day. It was a clever arrest? and Constable McCreath de- serves great credit for it. In appear- ance the accused, is tall and has slim Features. He is also clean shaven and has a drooping nose. He is now! being held by ..the Creston provincial constable, E. Jensen, who was en- other business which may properly be brought before: such meeting. HENRTT ROT, FRANCIS W. ROLT, JULES J. FLETJTOT, J. B.'-T. CARON, EDWARD HOFFMAN, For Provisional Directors. 1909. Lethbridge, September 30th, were each fined SlO and costs. George Miller, a colored boot black i was sentenced to four months in Mac this arrest was made. It is stated that- a police officer from Lethbridge will arrive here Qity of Lethbridge PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the- names of tenants occupying assessable property in the City." of Lethbridge have not been inserted on the Assessment -Roll for 1909, and all WORK respecta'ble young woman requires work by the' day. Apply N. S., 1221 Courtland St. P. 0. Box 1437. 260-2 WANTED-15 carpenters at once. Ap- ply Oliver Manufacturing Co. 249-0 general ser- vant. Wages Apply Mrs. W. C. Simmons; 320 Ashmead St. 255-0 TINSMITH WANTED Good man on, cornice work and general tin- smithing. .Steady job', for winter for right.-man. Apply to Win. Paris, Phone. 68, Raymond, Alta. 256-6 once, experienced dress maker and apprentices. Apply per- sonally to Miss O'Connor, c-o Clarke Co. 256-6 competent general -ser- vant. .Apply to Mrs. W. A. Hamilton, 10 Argyle. Ave.. 256-6 FOR a'bargain, south half of 9-8-19. If interested, phone 350 or call at- our office, Room 11. South- ard Block. Imperial Development Co., Ltd. 240-0. 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 wlieat. Stubble mostly, turned. worth of hay produc- ed annually. ..Renter must buy for (No cash if secured) all ma- chinery, cattle, horses and 'house- hold furniture. Big chance to make 50 to 100 per cent, of these brood mares, stallion and butter cows lerms to suit. Apply Box 85 Herald. Office- 255-G SALE-Four nice level lots in Blk 17 Alexander Addition for dollars cash. Clear Title. Owner 218 Third Avenue West; Calgarv REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-New 7 room house close in, a bargain, S2300 good terms. House and 19 lots well located, pnce good terras 1-9 section, good land 1 1-2 miles from -K. and town, price per acre ?ooc terms. C. P. R. landPfJr sale m large tracts, easy pay- 457. Lethbridge. Phone 255-0 A B. C. fruit Jands. 10 acre tract for sale cheap. road feaS7' '-ermS' Or, will 'exchange for city' soon. J., FOR_ oALE-200 acres of. choice- land 3 miles >irom good town, all fenced 20, acres winter wheat, 120 acres stub' hia -Balance prairie meadow, which ble. can be .broken if desired. This s for quick sale cash> balance one-half crop payments with interest at S per cent. Apply Canadian Real Estate Co., Bryan Block Phone 211. Room 9. 258-6 respectable girl. Apply I 1010 Ford St. 257-) PROPERTY FOR SALF CARPENTERS inside! No finish work. Have 5 houses to finish lighi" furnace rT1sxm% Will have steady week all winter for 6 horse? Rent;