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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDOt DAILY KlIJkLU, TUESDAY, OCTOBER M, INI. FAQI THRU THE H rRTE MHR FOUR ytars in the same office. FOUR years in tht same business. FOUR years is about all the Real Estate experience could have in this Newer Lethbridge. FOR more years I will still be here in the Real Estate business, regardless of til reports to the contrary. FOUR Fifty-One (451) is my New Telephone Number. PHONE 451 W. R. DOBBIN, ROOMS I AND 2. SOUTHARD BLOCK -H-H-H-H-H-H-H-I-H-I-H-H- New 5-roomed liouse, close to in North Ward, water and electric light; cash will handle. Splendid two-storey Residence, on Dufferin St., 8 rooms, 'fully modern, fire place, etc.; worth easy terms. SKE1TH TILLEY Corner Round and Dufferin Streets ACTED ONLY AS DISTRIBUTORS DEFENCE OF THE JOBBING COM- PANY IN LIQUOR CASE The adjourned case against the N. ness. The sales were made by Far- rell, and the collections were made by Farrell." In closing the case W. C. Sim- mons quoted from the act and argued that the N. W. Jobbing Co. agents of Wm. Farrell, Ltd. He said j V if the act was punctured in this case then it would have to be amend- ed, for every wholesaler, retailer and private individual could act as a dis- tributor. He urged for a heavy fine, which would no doubt be repaid by W. Jobbing and Commission Co. was Wm. Farrell, Ltd., who had probably flil IfOn fta f.ll rr A J J _ t_ _ j% taken Saturday afternoon before A. E. Humphries, J.P., at the Immigra- tion .-IJall. made a handsome profit on the trans- action. 111 n .M H.M I.H. WE OWN ACRES along the new Weyburn line and south of Grassy Lake. NO BETTER LOCATION IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. Being- owners 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 buv or sell. HELGERSON LAND AND INVEiTMENT CO. FRANK A. MAXWELL, MANAGER LYCEUM BLDG. 1 ?ir A. E. Humphries, J, P., reserved! I II; 1 1 Choice Residence Lots on William Street. Block T i travelling in 96, each; easy terms. !through the united States to Coutts. j For-the''defence Mr. Colpman, th, ALBERT E.1VES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 j Mr.i Tcnnant, custom's officer- at; his' decision for further consideration. X Coutts, produced the manifest which! showed the car of liquors 'billed from Port Arthur to Lethbridge, and I bond from Emerson; -M-H-H-I- BLOCK 4. managing director of the N.W, Job-' Co., was called. Briefly his evi-j 1 dence was as follows The firm of jWm. Farreli, Limited, of (asked the N. W. Jobbing Co. if they j .would be kinds enough to distribute a i car of liquors for them -H-H. I T (X Anglican Pastor Goes j Bootblack Roll of Bills; Wouldn't Take the Reward. Piricher Creek, ive justice seems to be on the trail NEW COTTAGES .in..the North Ward, on water and sidewalk. vThese cottages are now renting-at per month and are an excellent buy at for the A and L. S. RJPLEY Tel. 294 Office Block T T I i Good Residence In Block D, couth of Barracks each Only a few left MONEY TO LOAN i FIRE INSURANCE Lots in the WALLWORK ADDITION 46 ft. 6 in. x 137 ft. 6 in. Just Two Left ...u..t ,1 asking f George Miner, the colored boot- the charge would be for distri- 11 i y -i -A i D uo.IUi i black, sentenced last week to four Being in this line of--business months EACH-TERMS Lots in any part of the city on monthly payment plan. I R. V. GIBBONS OTT BLOCK PHONE 222 m Macleod 'jail. He was -i-. iv. Jobbing Co. wired a. replv u -i i. i a. -i ii saying iJic.charge would be on Friday and ap- T; v .ipeared before Magistrate Mowat on The car was received and the con-! Saturday charged with periurv. He -distributed according to- -their was instructions, with the exception of twenty cases, which were handed ov- j--j er to the customs. By distribution jthe witness meant that the N. W. I Jobbing Co. simply check it out of the car and bill it out to the THE proved of three indict- ments and committed ior trial at the supreme court sittinss at Mac- Anglican Pastor Leaves Rev.. Mr. Batt (Anglican) JL 'X if i T IT IX i J. T Pn by. con- for Edmonton in a few davs to take signces according to the instructions charge of a parish embracing Cook- rLl T, Lrmited' Colchester and West Ed- i.eai Jobbing Co. -have! raonton. For some time past Mr. j nothing to do witli selling it, nor do.'Batt has {they send.out invoices. Not in this j case nor have they done'so with FOS SALE. New Four-roomed Cottage two blocks west .of North Ward School. cash, balance very easy ft i ins. 320 acres-eight miles south :of main line C.P.R. S12.50 per acre if taken-at once. The Alberta Securities; Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND RED PATH T t Y- Th a Fishburn, Twin Butte, Tarrow r. They make no collec- tions and -the buyer does not pay them. Witness claimed that distrib- uting is and always has been part of the business of his company. They been the spiritual adviser of the congregations at i -and I Scott's Corners, all of which will >now be. without a minister, or at least uri- j til the mission funds, of the T A [have never d-ealt in liquor.with this T or any other company only as distri- I hut.nrs i butors. When cross-examined by Mr. Sim- jmons the witness produced -the list of consignees received by the N. W. Job- church JL I J are in a condition to warrant the 'ap-; pointment of a successor. j J. Found Roil of Bills 'i T On Saturday last Henry 'Mitchell, j a teamster, found a small roll of mon-j >'.y, secured "by a rubber band, lying jj" in the middle of the ;road between and this town. ,Thej Special this week: 8 Lots In North Ward, one btock from school and stores, ea. sections Raw Land. 4 miles from Warner, all steam plow proposition. per acre. acres on Lethbndge-Weybum survey, from up Improved Farms near Barons and Carmangay for cash or crop payments Fteernan, Maeleod and Graham Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P. C. Box' 679 but tion District. listed to Win. Farrcll, Ltd., care of W. Jobbinc .-Co, cases are the ones fl0w in a bonded warehouse of the Canadians customs. Southern was drawn in favor of Emmerson Al-i'4- of the Local Op- llson> which identified the loser of j twenty cases were the which was'soon after re-j stored to its rightful owner by Mr These twenty Mitchell. Allison generously offered! r OFFICES AT THE Whitney Block Lethbridge Are now open for business. Tr.eir territory, any place in Southern Alberta. They are prejpared to bay improved or unim- proved land for spot cash. The} will sell to actu- al settlers having' the ne- cessary 'equipment" for farming, on a ten year pay- ment plan, one-tenth down Have yon the neces- sary Borses and machinery to operate a farm but only able to make a small crash pay 'men t! or do you .'wish to enlarge yonr farm by buying land We can belp you. We can also make you a farm loan. or write The Farm Security Co. ATHLETIC CLASSES COMMENCE TONIGHT New Physical Director Will be Pres- ent and Perfect Organization j The C. B. AGENCY Acadia Building. Phone 200. t The Y. M. C. .athletic classes''will start-.tonight in the gymnasium of Wesley church. The new secretary and physical director, F. S. Filmer, of- the Winnipeg Y. M. C. A., will be present to get the classes organized and, started. Having an instructor who will be on the job all the time j J the club will be able to handle two-1 4- hundred or more in the classes. i X will be organized as the classes show j the necessity. Provision will be made j T for business men, boys and ladies as well as .for the reguular young men's classes. The apparatus will be all in 4-j good shape and the baths and other Houses for Sale Nimmons. Some of the consignees on the list refused to j to the finder but the latter declin- j Li-faction of this kind eoeaks volumes will sell "them, only ,to those who will promise to'attend, for the Idea is to A chance to double your money on new sub- division of Lots east of Westminster Road. Small cash payment, and easy terms on the balance Illinois-Alberta Realty Go., Oliver Block ed any -ewaroV for his honesty. An meu OTner to get nf jmftaks volumesIthe mone-v- The Laymen's Missionary nche-r Creek i is a i: could easily movement. The tickets may. for the: integrity of teamsters, for a rogue the goods, owing to delay in have retained the money and destroy- ment, and some.of these were shipped, to Mead Co., Moose Jaw according to instructions of Wm Far- rell, Ltd. the cbeque. Going to Grassy Lake In the absence of Ee-v. Mr. Finlay, who is attending the Sunday School The car was received and billed Convention at Edmonton. Wm. Ashby, again to 25 consignees as shown on., Of the Echo staff, conducted the. ser- list, for the sum of and the vices' ia the Methodist church here witness did not consider that the N. and at Summerview on Sunday. Mr. Y W. Jobbing Co. were agents, but just i Ashby contemplates starting I PHONE 290 A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for 'sale on Crop Payment Plan THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. CHEAP- 4 and 5, Block 93, for each. Half cash, balance easy a news- cured from the members of the com- mittee from the different congrega- tions, J. McDougall, E. A.. Cuunningharn, ,K. Ritchie and G. F. P. Conybeare of St. Augus- fixtures fitted up. The club is look- ing forward to a good season and has been particularly fortunate In secur- ing a young man of the ability and experience of Mr. Filmer to: take charge of the work. Those wishing to join the classes should turn out tonight at eight o'clock sharp. BOY LOSES HAND Met With Accident in Saw Mill Near Blairmore. Frank, Oct. young boy by the name of'Baptiste Flamucio, work- ing in McLarenV mill, west -of Blair- more] 'had his right hand crushed. He ;was brought to Frank hospital, found it neces- sary to amputate the hand at the wrist. We have a large list of ral- ly modern houses for sale in all parts of the city at mod- erate-prices. SMALL CASH PAYMENTS will handle any of them, with balance payable from i 2 months to 2 years See. TIS before buying else- where. k ______________i J.I.EAKIN CO. jl 307 CRABB STREET (Opp. Bank of Montreal) Telephone 883 :A 'man name of Turner work- tin's; T. S. McKenzie, A. Irving, JE. JsT. Higinbotham and E. P. Wal- lace of Knox; Dr. Galbraith, C. R. I ing at Hillcrest mine, was brought to Frank- hospital today with his hand badly; cut'with an axe. Dr.' McKenzie j Daniel, A. L. Foster and 0. D. Aus- of Wesley; G. C. .Collier, D. Me-1 distributors. Witness "did not know j pauev aTGrassv Lake.- a lo- -Nair' T' Field and B- E- Bnyder of J I 4 lw T 1 -r- m1 if wm. Farrell, Ltd., had a license. Cal preacher in England before To the knowledge of the witness to Canada. j N. W. Jobbing Co. had not in re- cent years distributed liquor for oth- er firms in the same way. The N. W. Jobbing Co. had the free goods in their warehouse, but most of them were shipped out the same day, as the compan7 already had- the advice. Baptist church, and J. Torrance T. Shaw, J. Gray and W. Simm of Bits "f News Westminster- The supper will be a returned to her gathering of men of all denom- inations to learn of the church's work and how to do it. Mrs. Clarke in Peterborough last Thursday after! spending a pleasant visit'with brother here. Rev. R. E. Finlay, of! the Methodist church. j Three Woolfram electric lamps, the' ACCUSED OF MURDER HANGED HIMSELF While the car.was in transrt the ship- pr0perty of the lessee, ars missing Lindsay, Oct. Hunter, the pers notified the Jobbing Co. that from the opera house since the ap- i hotelkeeper, who some of the consignees would not psarance Of the San Francisco Opera; take the goods on account of delay in j Co. at this place. The lamps are val- j _u x gome OI- tjjjs surpius at eadl anc] opera house Moose Jaw, and manager would like to identify the shipment. sent to Mead Co. The H. Macbeth Agency i T there were other changes of shipment so that some little time elapsed be- fore the last shipment was made from the N: W. Jobbing Co. These a'dvices were by letter ana by wire sometimes. A representative of Wm. Farrell. Ltd., was in Leth- bridge part of the time, and before the car was unloaded. The car was unloaded in about ten or, twelve hours, and it would not here accused of murder- wife, cell this morning sheet. Dr. Malcolmson and his daughter himself in his left Saturday for the north fork where by means of a he lias a bunch of horses and cattle that he wants to inspect. dressed the wound. It is reported that the C. A. C. C. Co. are about to build a new electric power house in Frank, the! X old one proving too small to niodate the demand. Mr. Swanson, station master of the C. P. left this morning for Cres- ton, B. C., to inspect a fruit ranch which he has purchased. He will return Tuesday. A. V. Lang, merchant and post- master, left town Saturday for' Leth- bridge where his family is residing. HALF SECTION in 7-19 Between Wilson's Siding and Stirling per acre cash, balance 'five r years at per cent. Insurance Loans Rentals Suburban Acreage f thief. There is some talk of the sons of the land of the heather celebrating St. Andrews Day by means of a ban- quet or some other function. Work in connection with the re- pairs on the road to the station will likely be concluded in about a week's time. Judging by the appearance of our streets of late the indications are The Golden West Realty Co. j S'TOO cash.. T- 2 Modern 7 Room Houses for sale at a Bargain. Balance easy. Business Lots in .Bow Island. each. Third ance G and 12. months. 4 Lots, barn for 10 horses. All fenced. .Rootned Cottage, 82300. Good terras SEATS FOR TWO HUNDRED MEN take quite so long to make up the i that business has greatly-improved parcels for re-shipment. The, N, W. j among our merchants. Jobbing Co. refused to pay the j freight on the car. No invoice of the distribution was si.cned by the N. W. Jobbing Co. and no draft, made hy them for the dis- tributions. Mr. Niminons was recalled and told of a conversation ho had had with Mr. Colpman in whirli Mr. Ninimons understood that Ihrrc iwen- At the Laymen's Missionary Banquet Here Next Week. Phone 261 KING Real Estate Box 642 Auctioneer The central co-operating-committee of the Missionary Move- ment mot ngain in Knox- church evening. Fuller for terald Want Ads Brings Great Results ty cases of liquor in question, and vost.ry on Saturday was not a warp of the carload j arrsrigc-n-ients were bring liquor, j W. C. Tves, solicitor for the de- i fence, ad.'Iressrd tho court and summer! j up the evidence: W.x.Toh-i bing not buy and not sell I hut simply distributed the poods like i among them, ihc Western Transfer or the C.P.R. would do, The business end of the! transaction was dono by Wm. Far-i roll, Ltd., of Montreal, and the Job-' sup- per to bo held on tht- of Tues- day, Nov. 2, r.t 7 o'clock in the Knox church school room. The ladies "r- pranizations of the different churchrg have arranged to prepare the suppc-r j Then- will be plntes j set for two hundred men and ifc is fully expcntnrl thnt every place will bo occupied. The rc-cpption commit- tee, headed by police magistrate Me- Are You Looking for a Safe In- prospect of Making Big teed with jnterest If you are, this over carefully. We have 25 nice level building lots on Westminster just south of the Fail- Grounds. We sell these lots for each, on a cash payment of on each lot. Balance in three, six, nine and twelve tnuiiihs. We will this clause in your agreement of sale: At the time of making- last payment on lot or lots, if you prefer your money back with bankable interest, in preference to a e.lenr title to the lot or lots which your agreement calls for, we will agre to refund your money. If the double in value, it is your gain, if they slump in value, it will be our rALVJN-HATFIELD Co. P. O. Box 1892 Phone 457 bing Co. arc not in the liquor bisi-Dou.frall have the tickets printed and 1 Ott Block. Lethbridge, Alta. George M. Hatch T Land Co. i Successors to Hatch and Coons. FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY '4 Phone 159 Olivtr Block T .r' -jf i NEW MINISTER Vistbria, Oct. Ellison, of Vernon, who represented Okanagan in the last has been invited by'Premier'McBride to take the port- folio of lands in tile provincial gov- emment and has accepted. Mr. El- lison arrived this afternoon from the mainland and after a conference with the premier the suggested appoint- ment was submitted to the lieutenant governor, wba signified, his approval. Mr. Ellison i.s a rancher and farmer of thrt Okanagar. district and was the first to advocate the government adop- ting an active irrigation policy. The irrigation bill was introduced last session and the policy will be actively prosecuted under the direction of Hon Price Ellison. It will pay you to with Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-28 Only 8 miles from good town, 960 Acre Farm, weJI improved '250 acres in fall wheat, 250 acres summer fallow, good house barn, large granary, wagon scales, and drilled Successors to W. R. Dobbin Co. Ground Floor Office: cIRSr DOOR SOUTH OF BALMORAL HOTEL PHONE !22h ;