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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBHIDQt DAILY HEHALO, OCTOBER 23, I9W. THE CAKADIAM SHIP ARCTIC NEATt MELVILLE ISLAND PAGE SEVEN Phone 103 for Good Hay and Any quantity deliver- ed promptly to any part of the city Cook's Letter To Bernier Quebec Oct 17 "E Berniei of the Canadian patrn] ship Arctic, -which, spent the im the ice near Melville Island, a', rived here today and immediately wired his congratulations to Dr. F. W.- Cook on the discovery of North Pole. 'Captain Bernier made public a let- ter written to him by Dr. Cook last May. "irTthis letter to Captain Bernier. Dr. Cook speaks of the action of Itfr. Peary in taking his supplies at Au- nootok in a way which, showed he would have been in an exceedingly perilous position if .the Arctic "had crowning of our arduous undertaking, .ed not" to engage in relief efforts nor not left supplies for him. "The supplies that you left "formed0 allow the -Eskimos to cross and Upernavik.. May 23., 1909. in care of Mr. Whitney enabled me search.till the month of March, when Dear Captain Bernier: to come1 to Upernavik. All my other of relief -efforts hasten' to write you the -'first property has been taken by Mr. Peaiy useless. letter I am able to .send after" uvo under guise of a relief station for Dr. large stock of supplies were -years' detention'behind1 the icy bar- Cook. v _ therefore used; to barter with the na- The linexpected arrival of trie "Mr. Murphy, the man in-charge'tive.? in order'to satisfy Captain R. PRICES -THE LOWEST T.t Easton Office iii EastohV Harness Shop Box 201 District News FRANK NEWS Frank, Oct. young man nam- ed Mike Moigrin, employed in the wasbttry, was. seriously injured on Tuesday afternoon. He was removed to the hospital and attended, by Dr. Snyder. It was found 'he had an arm broken and other injuries to his body It is hoped 'he will recovet-r. The friends at Lille here q.re al- ready collecting fur the children's Christmas treat, so we may expect this year to be up to last and by the way, Li-lle has already been in the lead in this direction if not ahead of any other village in. ths district. Rev. McNeil preached -here on Sunday evening. It is annonnced on good authority that the.bishop of the Church of Eng- land has selected the Rev. Wm. Mc- Mason to t-ake charge of the Pass dis- trict, including Coleman, Prank and which has been vacant ''for''the last three months. The Rev. of Lundbreck, visited the Pass last week and informed the par- ishoners that such was the case. Last'Saturday was pay day ia this town, when Bellevue, Lille, Hillcrest, Frank and Blairmore miners received their pay. The usual amount was paid out, bordering on Ev- ery one and law and or- der was the prominent feature. i run rj.n M'HJ'I M A NOW I IS THE TIME To Go GOOSfe jj OR. DUCK SHOOTING. You will f W, P. Roy JSL riers. Arctic at Etah has" been' a worthy of the station, was, however, instruct- E. Peary's commercial greed." Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Brown Co.'s Building Crabb Street WANTS FREE LAND FOR SPINSTERS i vestments in Canadian land, and Sub- sequently advocated domestic service in Canadian -good london, Oct., Binnie, Clark, who for exteiisioh of Canadian free land grants .to spin- sters 'and who'' has worked .330, acres for: three told .the Union .of "Women Workers at Pbrts- the'end of the fourth, seasoii.in. Canada.she had made ten Washington, D. C-, Oct. ployment for. ...English She ther shorter hours should be con- described amid laughter a Canadian j tested, for in legislative todies or dinner party where the English 'help' attired gowns'waited on table, assisted' 'by an 'English youth, son of a'clergyman, also in orthodox evening dress. per cent. spoke of otner; .you i women who have' ina.de successful lin-' Pioneer -Lumber Co. with Uf. 242-26 1 The.Bellevue Farmers Co. Having sold a large part of its holdings .in land, will ofler for sale Public Auction Thursday, October 28th; 1909 At 10 o'clock, at the PUBLIC MARKET PLACE in LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., all of its Farming Machin- ery, Implements and Live Stock, consisting of MACHINERY AND IMPLEMENTS 1 Reeves-32 H. P.. Engine. 1 Eed River Special Separator. 1 ten bottom Cocksnutt Steam Plow. (Both stubble and .breaker bottoms.) 1 Lowell 8 Bottom Steam .Plow. 7 Discs (4 of them never iised but 1 day.) 3 Drills. 2 Sulky Plows. Mower. Eake. 5 Binders 4 Wagons and Grain Tanks. Corrugated Roller.. 3 H. P. Gasoline Engine. 2 Campbell Sub-surface Packers. 20 sets Harness. Democrat. Grain Fan and otlier things to numeroiis to mention. LIVESTOCK consists of about 70 head of horsca.- among the miraber about 20 HEAD OF THOROUGHBREDS, by sires as Rainbow, Imported Golden Down, Kilmar- nock, McDuff, Goodrich, Silverdale, etc. 20 WORK MARES good size, well seasoned and thoroughly brok- en and bred to an imported Percheron stallion. 17 HEAD OP FILLIES AND GELDINGS coming 3 years old by heayy sires. Balance mixed lot of and geldings. HOGS v> About 40 hogs, mixed lot. through the medium of the strike was the j of an'. animated discus- sion, before tie United Textile Work- ers of America at its sesson today. Delegate' Hall, of Philadelphia for IS mpnths a factory _ inspector of Penn- called the plague upon all political parties as. merely capitalists organs and advocated the formation i of workingmens' parties so that la- bor laws might not only be passed, but enforced: The convention approv- ed committee recommendation that committees .be appointed in v several sections of the country with power to order local strikes. The recommendation was referred to the committee on laws. A' resolution was adopted commend- ing to all local unions of the Textile Workers the payment of accident -benefits to their members and recom- mending that-, in line with sugges- tions made by Samuel per- manent beneficial" features be created as a part of the busniess of. the na- tional. A recommendation that the next meeting be held in New York .City met oposition and the selection was deferred until 'another session, Winnpeg, Oct. is .rumored on good authority that at an early date there .will, be considerable in- crease of the permanent garrison sta- tioned at Fort Osbonne barracks in Winnipeg. Arrangements are said, to be on foot for the raising of another squadron of cavalry And communica- tions have been received from the east concerning'the.transfer of an infan- try corps to Winnipeg. 21.-Bahk belleved to; number-three, robbed the: Reedsville State Bank his morning of in cash and negotiable-paper. The thieves stole a horse and carriage and escap- ed. ,V Credit of Nine Months, bankable paper, will be granted on all sums Terms: of over This as a Closing Out Sale andjall articles offer- ed will be sold without reserve. v A.S. Bowman W.L. Wilson Pr3sident Auctioneer wili also at the same time and place oft'er Two Sections of ;Xand'iri'' Township Range 17, being Sections 10 and 15: Terms on j Uand one-tenth cash, balance1 9 equal payments, 6% WENT TO BUY. GIVEN BABY Young Lady Was Asked to Hold the Child for: a While, But Mother Did 'Not Return Brooklyn, Oct. Mary Sul- livan saw an advertisement for a bar- gain sale of shoes yesterday. afterBooh in. a lost no time in getting ntp ,it. She made some purchases and was about to depa-rt when a young woman nicely dressed and with brown hair _and a baby, approach- ed Miss Sullivan ;and, asked her to hold the. infant while she bought a pair of. shoes. Miss Sullivan obliged. For a while she stood hiding the baby. The new boots were making j themselves felt, so Miss Sullivan seat-, ed herself on a -stool. She waited an hour and was glad "she had. got there early because she thought the Infant's mother must be buying all the remain ing shoes. Another hour passed and I Miss Sullivan called a colored maid i m the store and asked her to hold j the baby.'1 I "No-o maam, youi can't give him! to cried the maid. Therv Miss Sullivan went out and told her story tc a policeman, who sent the baby to a hospital. Cold Weather Is Coming A STORM SASH on that new 'house 'of yours will keep out the cold and .reduce your fuel account. NOW is the time "Ridg up 153 and we you an estimate on same. We Handle Lumber v STIRLING Stirling, Oct. M. L. Mill- er has sold one of the houses which he. has recently erected, to certain parties'at Medicine Hat, and they are now located in same. Mr. Nelson sold a half interest in his livery barn to Mr. Graham, of Berlin, Ont. They also purchased two lots and are erecting a show room for buggies, and an office, on lot 24, in blk. 21. Mr. Moore, of Moore Degener, who is erecting a large residence, has it well on: towards completion. Jas. Smith's residence is also near- ly finished. The brick work on the east and north side of -the hotel is finished. inside frames for the finishing of the "Prairie Queen" Hotel has ar- rived, and plasterers are expected to- morrow. The corner stone of the new church was laid oh Sunday, the 17-th inst. A large congregation met at .the home of William Fisher for service, which was held by Rev. J.' J. Cameron, of Raymond. After a very eloquent address delivered by Mr. Cameron, 'everyone repaired to the site of the new clufrch a'nd witnessed the ceremony of laying the stone and a-large donation was taken. Rev. Mr. Wagner, of Regina, Su- perintendent Of Missions of the Evan- gelical church, was. down Oct. 15th to- look: the ground over for erecting a church, -and they intend io' start operations as-quickly as possible; on block having purchased the same last fall. The Board of Trade met last even- ing, and passed their by-laws. -They are called again -to meet Oct. 21st to put in the various committees.' i have any trouble when shooting -j if you Buy Yoiir Gun MILK RIVER Milk River, Oct. A. Le'ffing- well, Milk River, up-to-date archi- tect, informs us that quite a number of nice improvements will be made in any very near to the town, viz.: The foundation is being laid -this afternoon for our new depot, which will -be rushed to completion at 'an -date, and which will add-much "to the looks and convenience of our .f FROM HAYR. BROS I We are giving special prices': T on for iving glestricians Insulated Wires ..Brass Goods. Electric Heaters. .Glassware jpSfaA 'Material. Iron Conduit Systems Single Two Phase Motors. Telephones- and Bells. Complete Eleetrickl Installations and General- Electric Repairs. L. McKenzie Eedpath Street fr- Phone20i Mir. Tomfohr back and would welcome many more of such valuable additions to our coun-trv. Several homesteaders with well-filled cars _ hare arrived within the past week, and more people every day' enquiring for homesteads. We need more land opened so our coun- Office and Factory COP, KOUIO and SOMPAi ST8EEIS Telephone 153 YanI, Smith St _Pfciiiel95 Ring Up108 When yon want DRAYING I I Done promptly and satisfactorily MM BANKING CORPORATION OPENED AT HANKOW Pekin, Oct. International Backing Corporation opened ia branch at Hankow today. The Hankow branch is the eighteenth, that hsa been opened others being located at Hong Kong, Can ten and Shanghai, China, and in British India, the Philippines and South. America. It's home is in New York City. General Teaming We do all classes teaming on the shortest faction guaranteed. If you need coal and you want the best value your money will T buy, see me. Goal must be paid for on delivery. E. J. TICKNER Box 1964 M DO town people. This is a. long-felt try can settle up. The crops around want, and we thoroughly appreciate the companies granting the building, which we sincerely hope will be adorned at once upon its completion with an agent who can pull the wire wheh it is needed, and we feel sure this will be granted, as the R. R. Co. seems to be alive to its own and their customers' and patrons' conven- iences. Mr. P. Leffingwell, of the firm of Leffingwell ,Egan, real estate deal- ers of Warner, has purchased the Buoy property, one-half mile west of town, and will remodel finish up- to-date, the dwelling built by Mr. Buoy, and add to the place a splen- did -barn with basement and bay lofts. Mr.'E. E. Barrens, a short dis- tance from here, is -preparing :to erect a nice resW-ence and barn oh his homestead. here this season have opened the eyes of many at a distance, .wue are an- xious to obtain to obtain homes in and around Milk River. A. M. McCoy, 15 miles, east has rented, and will move jn to Milk Riv- er for the as many others will -do to take advantage of the new- school, which will be opened at an early date. an G-eo. A. Stephens, six miles north, j is erecting a nice residence. Mr. Stephens came from the state of Iowa about a year ago, and tested, the country to some extent before i building. He now seems thoroughly satisfied with its conditions and ex- pects to become a, permanent resi- dent. We are reliably.informed that 0. T. Lathrop, who owns two sections of land 2i- miles east, will go to work immediately to supply all up-to-date; buildings necessary for an up-to-date farm residence barn, machinery sheds, and in fact everything to make the .place look -good. It seems that our country is moving far more rap- idly than any one could imagine. Mr. LeOingwell will supply the force to erect all the buildings spoken of. Mr. J. A. Elliott will begin the erection of a handsome glass front store room adjacent to our up-to- date merchant, 0. Fitzmaurice. and expects to cany a full line of the best shoes. Mr. John H. Tomfohr has just re- turned from Washington and Mon- tana, where he has been on a visit to CUSTOMS WEIGHERS New York, Oct. trial of Antonio and Phillip import- ers, charged with defrauding the cus- tom house book is an international aspect .today. Henry McLaughlin, surveyor of His Majesty's customs at Montreal, and P. J. Gorman, vice- consul general of the IP. S. at the same port, arrived to 'testify for the Their thened the belief that the customs authorities are trying to trace weigh-" ing frauds at other ports besides Nevr York. The government charges that- the agents understate the weight of the articles imported, George W. Birg-, a customs weigh- who is still in the government service, testified :today that he had. been defrauding the government by; underweighing since he 'entered the service in 1901. He.said .that he had been promised immunity, from prose- cution, and had 'been .promised that, he would not dismissed from the service because of Ms admissions. Birg declared that he had .understated-' the weight of cheese shipped to A; Musica and Son in 1906 and had re- ceived in payment from Phillip Musica. The money, Birg said, was paid through the medium of art; assist apt weigibei -named No books showing the transactions were kept, Birg 'said. The; witness .said, he divided eome money, he received with other officials. Hartshorne, Okla., Oct ex- plosion occurred here today in Mine No. 8, operated by the Rock Island Coal Mining Company. One man is known to have killed and the fate of eight others 1> not known. SALE A COMPLETE BEDROOM spring and mattress, a three- drawers dresser with a British, beveled plate mirror, and wash- stand to match. Reg-. Special for Thanksgiving Week VALUER FULL AGE SPRING BED LOUNGE Reg. Now SINGLE a few left. Keg. Now A BIG VARIETY OF HEATERS. ALL OUR GOODS OFFERED FOR THIS WEEK 25 P.O. OFF. We will open our new store on Round St., opposite the Herald office on Saturday, October 23rd The Golden West-Furniture Store ;