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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THt LETHBR.DOu DAIL> ,-ttlULU. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, I Ml. ITS PURITY ITS FLAVOR ITS FRAGRANCE ITS RELIABILITY Are rcifiOiuible for ITS ENORMOUS SALE of 18.- packets annually II SALADA" Sealed lead packets only ,400., 50c. and 60c. per pound At McBRlDEWILL SEND AN EXHIBIT GUARRELL BETWEEN ARMY j AND GOVERNMENT Latter Threatened to in Greece Because of Difficulties Athens, Oct. 22.-It is understood that the King, after long hesitation, has virtually been forced by the Mil- itary League to consent io sign the sentence oi dismissal from the army imposed upon two prominent officers for .'refusing to join the it-cent revolu- tionary movement. The attitude of the Officers' League recently has caus ,-d- apprehension that it is preparing -n fc., f-fsef i.ta-ut ua de_ raeeimg of the executive of the Sel- To Centennial-Bnt Promises No Cash Grant From B.C. SOME OF POUTICS La Pttrit. with Some Fortcatti for increasing Q kirk Centennial today a telegram manded the wholesale dismissal oi go _ wit.h re- Banks Show Arc You Satisfied with your rnilk supply? If not, phone 347 for Fresh Milk, Cream and Butter COX SON Box SO 1 vt-rnment officials. i ichades vesterdav. U.AUIUV.O "ed Col 7orbas the gation which, presented Great Prosperity! SSr oi and though -him the Selkirk Centennial. 1 he conveyed the intiraatiou to lv of Premier McBride to the dele- daims of of- i The following is a copy of a letter that unless they moderated just received from the Premier: Ottawa, Oct. Bank state-1 their the government would "Re Canada's proposed internation- The effect of this is an an- al exposition ami Selkirk Centennial, rnent for September resign creased activity of the country con- j nouncemellt in- the League's newspa- 1912. After meeting the first dele- organ tnat all differences .between galion in April last, 'and since hear- w LeagUe the government have.; ing further presentation by the recent delegation of the advantages bt- i; settled. DARING ROBBERY COM- to be derived from a Canadian Inter- national exhibition, I have carefully sequent upon the crop movement. Current loans in Canada at the end of the month totalled an increase of over the period ending the preceding month. Short loans remained practically the same as at the end of August, the total: on September 30th being i Cadouret at the point of Qne should be heartily endors- Call and short loans by e revoiver when aroused from sleep ed aild SUpported by every, province Canadian banks outside of Canada flt an ]lour this morning, who in the Dominion and if sufficient aid totalled an increase of j investigated the noise wrich 'awak-' encouragement is given the corn- matter in charge MITTED IN MONTREAL considered the whole question and Montreal, October gives currency to a series of interest- ing political rum It is stated that Sir Frederick Bor- den will go to London to succ vd'Lord Strathcona as High Commissioner and will be succeeded as Minister of Mil- itia by Hon. Rodolphe Lemieux. The vacancy in the Cabinet rep- resention of Nova Scotia will, it is said, filed calling of Mr. E. j WANTOD_Experienced M. Macdonald to the Cabinet, flail) Herald Market Place icll 91 to reit plice it ii this columi. If you want use this column. 25c insertioo 6 for SI SITUATIONS VACANT clothing salesman who understands clothing Then it is stated that Hon. Senator; ancj gouts' furnishing business. Ap- Oandurand will tc Paris take ply 330 St. south ,of the place of M.Hector Fabre, the pres- ent Canadian Commissioner there. .Montreal. 265-6 Senator Cloran is placed in the po- Q sition of Sheriff of Montreal, and it is j said .that his seat in the Senate will} Bricklayers wanted at Apply Smith- Bros. Wilson. 264-G Co. once. personally, Clarke 264-0 _ b- given to Hon J.Ii Devlin, and I WANTEIWFirst class saleslady want- his successor as Minister in bee Government t will be Dr. L. J. Lemieux, M.P.P. for Gaspe. Another rumor is that the chief jus- ticeship of the Court of King's Bench of Quebec will pass to Sir Louis Jette for a period of 18 months when he young lady to take charge of a little boy for a few hours daily. Apply to Mrs. G. W. Robinson, LAND FOR IALE FOR, acres, three miles from acres ready for crop. Price per acre. Terms 1-2 crop until paid. Int. 5 per cent. Call on E. B. Tainter, Tabar. 259-12 a south half of 9-8-19. If interested, phone 350 or ca-il 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- 9 room house, cistern, cel- lar and phone. Stable 22 horses. 80 acres in fall wheat. Stubble mostly turned. worth of hay produc- ed annually. Renter must buy -for (No cash if secured) all ma- oh'inery, cattle, .horses and house- hold furniture. Big chance to make 50 to 100 per cent, of these brood mares, and butter cows. Terms to suit. Apply Box .35 Herald. Office. 255-0 423 Burdett 'St. PHOPERTV FOR SALF FOR fully modern seveo roomed 'house in Eiverview, furnished hot and cold water, eewer. handles. Terms easy. Apply Box 264-6! io run well drill. will retire on pension and will be j Must be thoroughly experienced. Ap- succeeded by Six Lomer Gouin, who ply Western Canada Agency, Ltd., Montreal, Oct. 21.-Holding up M.T 262-6 Block. 252-O brown kid glove. Herald office. Apply 265-1 FOE for horsesvand cows, 4 miles southeast of Lethbridge. Lots of straw. Apply F. H. Cox, 34 Argyle Ave. 256-6 TO roomed brick house. Apply Mrs. E.. N. Wakely, Duff Ad- dition. .256-0 TO room, suitable for two convenience. Apply Un- ion .Grocery, opposite Barracks. 261-6 ....WITH 1 JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 ROOMS TO .furn- ished rooms. Well heated and lighted. Hot and cold .water. Apply John Can- 1 in, Room 2 Hill Block. 258-12 TO room, suit- able for if desired. Apply Craig, 1229, Bompas' St. east of Bar- racks. 260-6 return of foui mares branded LM on left shoulder: and seven geldings branded ?L on. left hip. Notify A. A. Johnston, Lethbridce. Alta. J09-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno is nre sole head oJ