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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THl LETHBRIDQE DAILY KlhALb, FRIDAY; OCTOBER 22, 1101. PAOt THRU THE H TMTE MARKET FOUR in the same office. FOUR in the tame FOUR years if about all the Real Estate experience one could have in this Newer Lethbridge._______ FOR more years I will still be here in the Real Estate business, regardless of all reports to the contrary. FOUR Fifty-One is my New Telephone Number. PHONE 451 W. DOBBIN, ROOMS I AND 2, SOUTHARD BLOCK frM-l- 1 i-H -H-H-M M-I-H-H-M-M 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 modem, fire place, etc.; worth easy terms. SKE1TH TILLEY Corner Round and Dufferiu Streets Phone 197 H' H-H BANQUET DETAILS Speakers and Subjects Al- loted To Lethbridge For Nov. 2. and 3. H-H -H-H' V Two Choice Lots, corner Dufferin and terms. Money to loan on farms at 7 T 8 per cent. ,k H.; K. _A, Secretary Laymen's Missionary Move ment of Canada, was in the city yes- terday and today making further ar- rangements for" the coming of Lay- nd I" Movement Banquet In tbe West-Discussed Be- fore Commission At Winnipeg Winnipeg, Man.n., Oct. WE OWN along the new Weyburn line and south of Grassy Lake. NO BETTER LOCATION IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. Being owaiers we "can make low-prices to you. If you have a No. 1 piece of land and will sell right, we.are in a position to purchase. See us before you either buy or sell. HELGERSON LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. FRANK A. MAXWELL, MANAGER LYCEUM BLDG. T T f T Commission continued its s I J. T THE meeting here today, many of the old est fishermen expressing opinions re- specting. the fishing industry. Com- I .L Prof. E. E. Prince j i farm Security Co. missioner i and .Congress, to be held here Nov. the fish dealers and the fishermen to J. OFFICES AT THE Whitney Block i ALBERT E. IVES, j 2nd and 3rd. TAFFORD BLOG'k On the evening of Tuesday PHONE 297 [v.-hen the banquet is to be t 9 v i speakers will probably be Dr. Gould, i.a Church of England Physician, who piflg spent several years in Jerusalem; FEARED SIR JOHN A, WOULD BE LONELY Leeds County Character Wanted a Statue Beside that of Great Canadian Good Residence Lots In Block'D, Douthtof Barracks left MONEY TO LOAN I day was as to what part of the lake the fishermen wished to be open, for summer fishing and WhyPayRent? When you can buy a new six-roomed cottage Avith electric light and water, close to Westminster Road and Elevators, for cash, balance per month: rents for per month G. J formerly editor of the "Christian the Methodist I that they wished.... the church organ in Canada who has re- cently returned from a tour of the mission fields of the world; and it was learned north end of Prof, prince stated that the object of the-enquiry was to make fishing Ti W. Anderson, secretary of the Pres- regulations and to; what extent fish- byterian Laymen's Missionary Move- ing could be allowed so as not to ex- t X ment for Canada; and probably a pro minent western Layman, who as yet t V J _C_ 2 haust the lakes of fish, but to make the fishing industry a perman- j R. V. GIBBONS OTT BLOCK PHONE 222 it I II FOR SALE. New Four-roomed Cottage two blocks west of Kbrth Ward School. cash, Valance very easy ttims 320 acres eight miles South of main line C.P.B. per acre if taken at once. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REfiPATH MIT "fJ M T cannot be 'definitely named. The ad-! ent livelihood for ;the fishermen and dresses given at the banquet will be settlers of this vicinity and to ar- ,agh on the Church's Present Day Oppor-1 fnSe so that the fisher-j Laymen's Mission-, men can Set the, best price possible j for their .fish. The fishermen stated they Unities and the ary Movement, and Its Appeal to Men. On Wednesday afternoon there win j to Allowed to use about j f be a conference of those interested in two yards of net for each missionary work in which the subject! raan for winter fishing and about half j of "How to bring the congregation lhe amount for summer fishing. They in Southern Alberta. They? are prepared to bay improved1 or unim- proved land for spot cash. The} will sell to actu- al settlers having the ne- cessary equipment for on a ten year pay- ment plan, one-tenth down Have you the neces- sary horses and machinery to operate a farm but only t T T i X t I t :also claim that .the fish do not mi-j grate from one of the lake to the other, but each band of fish-had j to its highest' missionary will be discussed, .the leadership; of the -discussion to be taken by A. E.; Associate .Secretary of the Presbyterian Board of Missions.! :t was claimed that'the fish are not, A The speakers at the mass meeting! now ;as when fishing-first payment, of do you wish to enlarge your farm-by buying adjoining- land We can help you. We can also make you a farm loan. Call or write The Farm Security Co. .M-lfrl H I'l M H I I I M........I......t its own home and .there'live and die. T t to be held Wednesday night :will 'be! began, but that; the fish are of 'better V Canon Tucker, the. Missionary Secre- than'. 'they were over-, j. tary of'the Churchspf England in'Ca- i cfowded. as they were half starv .i-i-Hir.H-M.ii n-'i i 8'LbtBinNdrth Ward, one block from school and. stores, sections Raw Land. 4 miles from Warner, all steam plow proposition. per acre. 10.000 acres on Lethbridge-Weyburn up Improved Farms near Barons and Carmangay for cash or crop payments Fteenian, Maeledd and Grraliam Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P.O.Box 679 Vl-H-M iM'-HII I I III M-H H- nada- H. M. Clark, Presbyterian Mis- sionarv from Honan, China; and a western layman. C. Ei Manning, Missionary Secretary' of Methodist Church in Canada, and Dr. J. of India will also be present. ed: The opinion of the men that j j. a be a t benefit, but j- 't'hey thought there should be 'the us-iji close season to, allow nature to 'follow its course for keeping up supply of feh in lakes. It A Big Clean- up Sale H-1MMIM-H-U-H' in in I'M i; i 1111 iii i i M .i i i i i t A chance to double your money on new division of Lots east of Westminster Road. Small cash payment, and easy terms on the balance j Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block JL O Mr., Caskey says that throughout jswortl the that the- law j T the west great interest is bemg fishing can be ob- en in Laymen's Missionary Movement work, and ,-great, things are expected from this tdur through Canada. served. The commission suggested that the amount of net for each- fishermen should be five hundred yards, but this was objected to by the fishermen who SEWER PIPE FACTORY stated 'that a man could not make a STARTED AT THE HAT 11Mng if this wis also shown by the fish dealers Medicine Hat, Oct. The Times says: Since Wednesday last the- Sew- er Pipe Co. have been busy at work on.., ..the new site chosen by them on which, if the plebiscite on Nov. 15th prove favorable, their large manufactory will be erected. In the course of a 'few days excavation for j the concrete foundation of all the building will be complete. Yesterday a car of machinery was -unloaded and this will be erected in its permanent position; a temporary frame building 16 feet square is being put up for the MI Mil I-vI t M I M M -H-H-H-H-i-'M-K A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for j; sale on Crop Payment Plan THE ALBERTA REALH EXCHANGE, Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Box 254 M-H-M-H-K 1111 M 11: i-i-i-i- Phone 396 M I IVI II I I-l-f-I M I I I I I -H-H I t H'I'M I I 1.1 M-H M Lots 4 and 5, Block 93, for each. Half cash, balance easy The H. Macbeth Agency M i 1 1 M t I t H'f-H'! H 11 I'M I H i i M'K-f' i i-i 1 1 J. t t I The Golden West Realty 2 Modern 7 Roorn Houses for sale at a Bargain. S700 cash. T Balance easy. Business Lots in Bow Island. each. Third cash Bel-T months. T 4 Lots, barn for 10 horses. All fenced. 21 5 Roomed Cottage, Good terms; T purpose of preserving from exposure from the weather such machinery as cannot be used until the spring. .Meanwhile the company are calling for tenders for the concrete work. Tenders for work of a minor charac- ter will be opened this evening, and the contracts let. All being well the company hope to have commenced the manufacture brick by the tenth of November. large number of men will be employ- ed on the work to be carried out this fall as Mr. Overpack wishes to carry things "through to such a stage that the large brick buildings may be er- ected as soon next spring. as the season opens JUDGE BANON WILL 7 ARBITRATE STRIKE Ottawa, Ont., Oct. Labor Department .this afternoon announced the appointment of Judge Banon, of Stratford City, Judge of Perth County, as chairman of the conciliation board to deal with the difficulties between the I. C. JR.. and the fitters and ma- chinists employed by that road. Mr. James H. Gilmour, of Brockville and Mr. J. T. O'Donohu-e, of Toronto, are the other members of the board. The dispute -deals mainly with the alleg- ed wrongful discharge of employees including the dismissal of married men first instead of single men, not- withstanding the agrement between the I. C. and its employees.' and fishermen that the industry could not be carried on without exportation to the United States. The fishermen thought a good protection to the white'fish would be that nothing less than a five and a quarter 'mesh he al- lowed. The commission will go to Snake Island tomorrow where the j X fish hatchery is located, and will leave here Friday evening. The pros- pects are good for the lake being op- ened for next' summer's fishing. TRADE ORGANIZATIONS of acres choice farm lands at to per acre ranging from three to fifteen miles from town, and op long "and -easy payments. A fine opportunity to se- lect some choice quarters or sections near to thriv- ing new town, that will im- mediately command v a neat profit. It will pay YOU to in- vestigate. HARRY J. QUINN MILK RIVER, ALTA. 4 I 14- The C. B. AGENCY- Acadia Building. Phone 20fl. PROTEST AGAINST RATES AFTER SPORTS IN BUTTE CITY Charged For In-j Court Demands from crease of Earnings of Railroads j Slippery .Gambler Who Got Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. sentatives of trade organizations from different cities of t-he country, are holding a meeting here today to make k protest against what they declare is a campaign on the part of the rail- roads for a general 'advance in freight rates. The object is to combat the argumerfts for freight rates Phone 261 KING i Real Estate M I' I Box 642 I St. Johns, Oct. trial of WADDINGTON for the murder of Nicholas Auctioneer Herald Want Ads Brings Great Results Lagany, Woodstock, began today. The Italians quarrel over a girl named Jans Ketch. It will pay you to trade with ut. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-" as made in a pamphlet recently is- sued by the chairman of the trunk line association. This pamphlet, in short, makes the argument that the 'purchasing power of railway's earnings is less than in 1907 and that therefore freight rates should be advanced at least ten per cent. The trade organization aver that the Farriers' sworn statement to the Inter-State Commerce Com- mission prove conclusively th-at there is no >need for a reduction in ratos and the true basis of comparison of railroad operations is net financial results. On this basis it is declared thai the carriers', sworn statement show the following: Income of all railroads in the U Away Before Oct. bond was required of Sam Soyina. on a gambling charge by Judge Donlan FIRE INSURANCE Toronto, Oct. twenty years John Cannon, an old wentlJ. about Newboro township, Leeds, dressed in humble garb. When he died j X in December, 1908, it was found.that1 he -left property valued at over ooo and fourteen heirs at law, four sisters, a brother, five nephews and fotr neices. When his will was read it was found that he had left all his property to John T. Pett, who was to hold it j_______________ in trust and convert. it into money. With the'proceeds he arrange j for a bronze statue to keep company 11! with that of Sir John A. Macdonald j in City Park, Kingston. When John P. Tett learned the na- ture of the will, he refused to act as trustee. The clause he objected to ran 'follows: "When my trustee shall have conrj" verted all my said property into mo-' j I! ney, he shall deposit the same in a bank on interest and he shall then correspond with some competent ar- tist for the designing and execution ,of a suitable bronze statue of myself in 'bronze and shall procure the same to be erected, in the city park at Kingston on a suitable site." Mr. Tett wrote to the solicitor for i the heirs at law, saying Jthat he thought 'Cannon's mind was unsound when he wrote -the will. He refused to -have anything to do with it. J. H. Dagarvel, whom John Can- non asked to draw up his will, re- fused and told him it was absurd to 4. make such a disposition of his money Cannon had told him that he wanted to be buried in a marble coffin. '.'If his statue is erected in King- says Mr. in a letter filed in "and if it is a fac simile of himself in the garb he has appeared in for the past twenty years, it will .certainly be a spectacle for tbe good citizens of Kingston to gaae upon." Intestacy Declared On Tett's refusal to act as admin- istrator, a brother of Cannon ap- pointed E. G. Leech to act. He did so, and realized between and on the property. The city of Kingston, 'however, refused to allow a statue of Cannon to be erected in any of the city parks, squares or streets. As- a result the administra- tor applied to Sir William Mulock at Osgoode Hall this morning for an or- der that there was an intestacy as the statue clause of the will.- This order was made, and the money will be distributed among the One of the nieces, Miss Emma Gan- uOTi, is a missionary in Egypt. Houses for Sale "We nave n. large list of ful- ly modern houses for sale hi all parts of tke eity at mod- erate prices. SMALL CASH PAYMENTS will handle t any of them, with balance payable from 2 months to' 2 See us before where. J. I. WIN CO. i 307 OKABB 8TKEET (Opp. Bank of Montreal) Telephone 383 SIR MONTAGUE ALLAN. GIVES GUARDED DENIAL Oct. Montague Al- 4. J ItiU-U IXiKjUW XXJL- this morning. Soyina was arrested ed orts by the police last night in the raid ap_R_ .g AUan f 1 o i on Egan's saloon, to the county jail he was immediate- ly recognized as one arrested in a in well gtffl informed circles that steps who had been are m progress, probab-lv by arrange- former raid, and for Qf whom the authorities have -been sear- ching for the past six After his first arrest he was placed on adian Pacific practically control in "uture, ,hus securing impreg- position for business in Scot- bonds of and that was the j an.d last the authorities saw of their man whcrc .g nQw exccutcd I will put you under a conference by stated Judge Donlan, "and it have to be a good one, with at ed 'States for 1907 was for 1897 it was Excess 1907 over'1897 is an in- crease of 453 per cent. least two sureties, before you will released. Get a couple of bankers to go on your bond this time. Not gambling bankers, but legitimate anciers." Seventeen men arrested- in the gam- j j- bling raid upon Egan and McDon-jjI aid's East Park street saloon night were made defendants this mor- i ning in complaints issued at the conn 1 r ty attorney's office. All except one'V of the number furnished bail in the LAND CHEAP BUT A South African Land Grant Ttoctunents approved by so- licitors. Lowest prices. Cash or terms. Write for parti- culars. J. C. BIGGS CO., 121 Windsor BIk. Edmonton, sum of each. FARMER DROPPED DEAD Rostliern, Oct. plowing in a field, Jacob Haid, fanner, living west of Rosthern, fell dead from heart disease. Smoke "Duke's manufac- tured by H. J. Cunningham, Leth- bridfe. _ 2608 -H- Modern 7 room house on London cash. Bal. easy. House 20x30 and 4 lots, water, North 1-2 cash. Bal. per year, 8 per cent. acres north of per acre on good terms." CALVIN HATFIELD CO BLOCK Phone 457 Lethbridge, Alta. -H- H' M-H-M-I-H-H also 480 acres ,within 3 miles of I Wilson's Siding about 11 miles from Leth- bridge, at per acre on easy terms t Rentals JL Suburban Acreage The George M. Hatch J; Land Co. Successors to Hatch and Coons. FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver BUek I-I An Acre a five-roomed Cottage in the North Ward cash, balance a month ft. L1RIPIEY, TELEPHONE 294 Office, Room S Macdonald Block It will pay you to with u Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-9 ft Only 8 miles from good town, 960 Acre Farm, weJl improved >250 acres in fall wheat, 250 acres summer fallow, good house barn, large granary, wagon scales, and drilled Realty Co, Successors to W. R. Dobbin A Co. Ground Floor CIRSF DOOR SOUTH OF BALMORAL HOTEL PHONE ;