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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LE.CHBRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD People tell each other about the good things. That is how the merits of have become so universally known. "Bovrii'' is a LETHBR1DGE WAS AHEAD OF ALL "THE STORE OF QUALITY." Reported Greatest .Increase j Of Business In the j West -4c DAD'S By the I Lord Mayor's Son Hon. Senator L. M. Jones, of ronto, president and general sup; riii- tho Turks would tt'iuient oi the Massey-Harm Co., j veriest minimum. companying the Senator on his tour of inspection are G. Hunt, of Cal- gary! gerund manager for this dis- trict; H. B. Robertson, of Toronto, and C. H. WhUaker, of Winnipeg, Negotiations Between Bulgaria and Turkey Unsatisfactory Oi-t negotiations condition that this kingdom pays the difficulties in the way of formulating eon representatives of Turkey Kumeliau tribute, and the property a program mo but the highest author- i-UK' ti'is coun'ry we.v a perfect ex-' plus areas. The Bulgarians declared itk-s of foreign here do not of Oriental bargaining. 41. j their willingness to pay for the rail- share this vtew and point to the ob- jstoyamowich. the Bulgarian postmas W but said they would give no tri- vious impossibility of settling ter general, and the Turkish minister of foreign affairs-, were also present! ference. Separate preliminary affix-e- at thc negotiations. At the outset j Ht Petersburg, Oct. fate ments such as thc Turko-P. ilgarian only concede the (H- proposal to reunite and Austro-Turkish, they say. u.n; The recognition of! the broken strands oi the Balkan considered highly desirable but ihey of do not obviate the necessity u-r -n- powers rests it is realized here ternationul sanction, lit.v iirnn to pay tri-1 nn t.he outcome of negotiations which Vienna, Oct. is stilted that thc ibute. At this point the negotiations breaches of international compacts by were interrupted und the envoys ar- other methods than international con- teiluellt OI llle -lltii i v I 4.111; oi-i .sp.-nt some hours looking j Northern Bulgaria as an independent; agreements by means of conference c over the company's local branch. Ac-j kingdom, liumelia, to remain a vassal j powers rests it is realized her Our lease having expired ve are compel! d to" move, and until oar uesv store is completed ww will occupy the 1 Enterprise Lumber Co. Warehouse Ou ROUND JTJJEET, five doors south of the Herald Office bute and the'Kumelian railways t.he iiussiaw. foreign the Porte yesterday notified Austria mnairi Turkish property. The Bui-; wiji open in Berlin. Hungary of its intention, to rejectee! this proposition to press dispatches receiv- direct negotiations with that Country here, the impression is gaining concerning the annexation of .Bosnia gariaiis without discussion. A good many lovers of the light rather than darkness are thinking j uuout the dollar minimum put on j their light bills. It's all right in the j winter when every person will use aj dollar's worth but at other times ft! is- not alright. Even in the winter j i iroe it may work a hardship ou a' fellow who is trying to keep down living expenses by living in a shack with only one eight candle power light. If I can figure up. right he would have lo burn the light an av- erage of eight hours a night to get "his money's worth. That's going .some. And then to make it worse it is decreed that he gets no discount on his dollar. The big fellow 'gets a discount but the poor chap doesn't. PATHETIC CASE _ _ m HEAK1) Al their special car left for tin: East last Young Men At the Point Of Starvation Stole Food CHINA'S NEW LAWS Pekyi, Oct. uui. 1'wvi under which the j cent didn't think Dad would be a party) China is cxpected to govern his tho Tom Marks' Co. Tom Marks i _i __ i rl, J-V. 4- A -m n n' l-siuTt- i .-m .1 j.._ j. _ ._ fif tlllti Taber, Oct. 23.-At the Opera House last night sat a largo and ap- preciative audience for two and, a fourteen vital! half hours and witnessed a magnifi- j Emperor of cent portrayal of "Jerry the Tramp" j Bank In Quebec Province Was Robbed i both (if whom are connected withj At a meeting the Turks' ground in several of the European and Herzegovina by Austria I the- company. consented' to both Bulgar-j capitals that the proposed conference and to leave the settlement to an If is three years since the Senator as an independent kingdom ou j will be ubandonctl on account of thc ternational conference.______________ inspected this line, and lie expressed! himself us being surprised at the rapid 3Je referred to the rapid the growth and a city. and. Uie wonderful Southern Al- berta from a ranching country to such a splendid winter wheat district. Asked as to the increase in busi- ness in this district compared with other parts of the West, the Senator referred to Mr. Hunt, who stated that j at no point'was the increase greater! Lethbridge. .The party on j DR. PARKHURST RESIGNS. New York, Oct. became known today that Rev. Dr. Chas. H. Parkhurst has resigned Lhe of the Society for the Prevention of Crime, an office' which h.- had held for seventeen years. The resignation and the reason for it will be formally announced at a dinner to be held at the Hotel Gotham next Thursday nisht, at which Rev. Dr. Parkhurst will b the guest of honor. 1CAGO TOSKAGWAY IN 5 DAYS Our intentions are to handle Fresh Fruits, Vegetables Groceries as usual. Hoping to give our customers as good satisfaction as before G. BRADBEER CO. SUCCESSORS TO NELSON FRASER PHONE 21 LETHBKIDGE to any dodge like that. A man burn- j when thfi ncw Constitution of assumptions and comicalities of the ing the minimum gets soaked the full becomes effective, are an- 1 tramp were ideal which kept the au- tlollar and two bits for metre rent j through the promulgation ofjcijence in mirthful humor the entire a fellow burning Sl.lO gets lie oil or has his rendered to the mini-! form Qf riocument. Basically, cvcning. He was ably supported by the Constitution To put a fixed charge on the j classificationK: use of the metre is enough, of that 1 no i a L n in' charge business. .Let a man wiu contain these jthe talented Harry Quebec, Oct. branch of the Banque. Provincial at Strapple Beilechase County, was visit., d and dynamited by burglars early Satur- Codaire. May day morning and all the contents of n. The vaude- the vault taken away. It was a lit- What the G. T. P. Will Be Able To Ac- complish (From Monday's Daily.) Victoria. B. C., Oct. Five days Skagway is of the Grand between Chicago and what President Hays Trunk Pacific expects the time card of the new transcontinental line will pay for the light onore- he no _ _ _B Emperor will rule vilie the local manager, was awakened by supreme over the Ta Ch'ing Empire were clever, clean and up-to-date, for one thousand generations in suc- cession and be honored forever. i Majesty of the Sovereign. j Right of promulgating laws. oking much merriment irorn the au- dience. The company will be here the balance of the week, giving a ma- tinee Saturday afternoon. A S25.00 Gcti! T was glad to see that Aid. -Cunningham and the rest of Dad's Council have taken after the dogs in .md dissolution of Parliament. j will be married upon the stage the city that Chief Gillespie j Appointment, payment, promotion, j Saturday night an explosion. He jump- ed out of his bed. As he stepped into the bank he was received with .several revolver shots, a ball passing through his right hand and wrist, iugm. ui Thit through his rignt nana ana Convocation, suspension, extension. prize wHl be given an> couple that i-______i Hr> mnrrifMl UDOIl LOG Stcllifc- ull taken up the chase there-will be i Degradation of officials. interesting times in the dog kingdom and likely some strange faces in the Command over army and navy. Power to make war, peace, treaties; Probably the most sympathetic case ever brought before Magistrate Au- hin's court was that of yesterday shouted for help. The burglars, num- bering eight, fled, covered with their own revolvers. A citizen hearing tlu the shots, came out oi his arm- As to the progress of the vrork in general Mr. Hays said he had been over the hundred odd miles now un- der construction in this province and was well satisfied. He said that in spite of the great amount of jock cutting on the first hundred miles up the Skeena River such rapid progress is being made that he expects that: when he makes his inspection next year to go over this section In the j cars. On the other side of. the Eock- xplosion and ios then, .g a long stretch from Win. j T (r- the snots, came out, oi ms noub.' aim- dog heaven in a :cw days. The bsast j to rcceive and appoint Ambassadors. Clarence -Tones und At -t wag vory darfe lv blasts are a hanged nuisanCa and .'Martial law. Hrien. two voumr men. were charged 3y beasts are a hanged nuisanCa and if the police manage to get rid of a few hundred of them the city will a more desirable to live in. There are an awful lot of business men in this town. They leave their doors or their windows opened or have such flimsy concerns for both that their place of business always i-arrios a invitation for the thitsf to walk in and help himself. They cx- jioct the police to keep everything O. K. but the police like t'rovideuce, help those who help themselves, whe- ther they be thc merchant or the thief. They help the former keep bis stuff and they help the latt-r c it back. Providence a guil- ty conscience to help '.ho n vn- tioned process but it has result .of the iy the stioiig arm of the luv. o-it to return to those merchanC-j. they a Sfun Kiil of a roar places are touched and to "have one cop at thc- iVorit n.jd another at the rear t-> tutei rheir preserve. Dad's council! should puss a bylaw making it au offense for a merchant n.-t :c> proper and necessary ;nv< f- jjis own place. By the time u few of them contrib itcd so., e of their to the exchequer, they would becrin to trat there is something up to them in thi-- mat- ter and the sooner (.o tlic better. rlia- therefrom four jars of fruit The boy nd Brien. two young men. Rewards and pardons. by Alfred Anderson of Woodpecker, Right over judges and the adminis- with entering his tration of laws. Iniunction. Right of raising funds when merit is not in session. Right of fixing the expense of Imperial household. his wifs put a lantern in the win- dow, and instantly the fellow was surrounded by the burglars, each He dropped the fortunately caught in the awful village without further interference. tortunawiy caugn, m They took all the money in the vault, 7.artl ot. Tuesday last. They be. 'o Knn A j numbed with uoi Respecting authority over the im-j (1iffereiit ranchers but were ret used, penal clan. ill to ta td'll -t' to a. lonosjac fchaok, It is then set lonn uiat on tne ,ffrod n t solution of Parliament thc people rt" iaU b. on to a with l--J. "In thc forty-third year oi themselves to .omo Kuang Hsu, or 1917. China will be. I by following this plan, a parliamen- tary country, like Japan or Russia." I eiiougn to settle ai.kcd] amounting to about A posse was immediately organized in pur- suit. Their track was found this f-raily to make thing from the house. They 0- of hav -isons morning. A squad of provincial po- nipeg west that is handling the crop this year, while west of Edmon- ton the first hundred miles is well un- der way. At the present time the survey of the town lots at Prince Rupert is un- der way, and by May 1 next, Mr. Hays says, these will be put' on the market. lice left this afternoon posse. the Prominent Citizens Arrested On Charges Of Bribery assumed damages. Auhin. ter hearing" their storj- ofj suffering, said. -Under the prevailing circumstances, that confronted thes-.- voTing men. they did nothing than "any man would have aone at j _________ such a time. They arc in my Oct. sensation ion. not guilty of en political circles todav was thc ar- if the complamant still deman est on i charge of briber of Win. A. j his damages. I will pay them out Carson- a well known and j my own The case ,s Georgc McLeod, Dominion police clu-; od and the men discharged, tcctivc. The charge against Carson' The ever welcome Chinook set m AN ITALIAN WAS KILLED AT FRANK THE MINE ROOF FELL IN AND FATALITY AT WINNIPEG. Winnipeg, Ot. terrible acci- j dent occurred here yesterday, in whicli Mrs. Storry Holmes and her 12-year-old son lost their lives. Mrs. Holmes was prepai-ing breakfast, and used oil to start the fire. Her cloth- ing ignited, and she was burned to a crisp. Her son attempt d to save his l mother, that he and was so badly burned died a few hours later. All growers of produce around Lethbridge to send in their goods to the Lethhridge City Market Splendid Accommodation Horses and Cattle Spacious Market Hall For all particulars as to rent for Stands, etc., apply to Waddington Gibbon MARKET MASTERS LETHBRIDGE Wedding Of a Is To Leave OPEN RAILWAY. Tokio, Oct. Formosan Rail- way, which was recently completed, was formally opened today in the of General Prince Kanain, i of thf Japanese army, and a large TTT.-I number of officials and especially in- Frank Oct. two Italians charge n-iui i x'tlL1 w i vit-d cuests. Formosa is threaded cnar0v kh tho Bellevue mine shovel-; -i i v ids t i throurhotit bv ihis railway, which ex- inc- coal part of tne root broke awaj j pa. a 0{ nilios_ Many 'ind killed instantlv Roci ilaronodie, .inu A i iicu ni-i-u. i improvements hav beon made .since was inadi Samuel C by on ilVfl-t. of his who claims r-r.insr in riead earnest. Today that roads are slush, while the sun is (From Monday's Daily.) Lethbridge citizens will be inter- ested in learning of the marriage of two very popular young people. Dr. Robert Chesney McGlure and Miss Elizabeth G. (Bess) Stewart. The happy event was celebrated at the residence of Mr. and Mr. Geo. Mel- rose Bell, Balnicrai Court. Winnipeg, OTJ Wednesday last. Eev. C. W. Gor- don (Ralph Connor) officiated. Dr. and Mrs. McClnre to Leth- bridge on Saturday evening. In the course of a few weeks they will leave to spend the winter in California. The groom has been a much-esteem- ed resident of Lethbridge for some years, and at tims was an alder- man. The bride everybody knows. and regards fondly as a young lady of jovial and bright, disposition. Dur- (From Monday's Daily.) E. E. Reynolds, has resigned his- position as superintendent of the Dia- mond mines and will return to Penn- sylvania. He has been compelled 'to take this action, owing- to the con- dition of his health. He will be suc- ceeded iis superintendent by John Bamling-, who has been mine fore- man. Cannot Sail from Montreal on Ac- count of Fog and Smoke. Montreal, Oct. and smoke have seriously tied up navigation 'for past four days, and there are now an Italian. Coroner PinkU-y was notified an inquest will be held tomorrow. C. H. Caured arrived last week to take a position in the R. M. C. Co. j! the buildinp of tho road, and the i island industries have been srreatly d -volopecl. ing her service in th marie host city offices she I thirteen ocean liners waiting here for of friends, who will ex- U clearance. Four of are pas- tend hrarty congratulations and another man M.riffhtly shining, havincf the appear- i Q. BlairmorCi 1Iis household goods; GOOD NEWS FOR VICiORiA Vu-l...riH. H. C Oct. his speech tosiicflimt. OAR.dgF. D ..-ncoch 1'inijfht at the given by thr iioard oi Trade, "Sir Thomas nnnounceil that the s.teamr.Ts "Empress of Ireland" and of Britain" now part of. thc C. P. R. Atlantic fleet jmgh't shortly tixr-ected at Victoria to wkf pnrt hi lh.- triiiL-Pucific trade. JOS. HICK'S REQUEST Kdnu-nton. Oct. applica- iov tli.- re-inritatement of Joseph ..Hicks a barrister and solicitor in adjourned until the .sit- oi the' lull court in Calgary to Carson save n named ihiwkins live dollars each to vote for Cameron, the Liberal candi- date. Corson is a well known curler and sporting men. Ix-ing a prominent member and president of the Manito- ba Curling- Branch. "Roth Carrion ;ind .Marli.'Od were kept, in jail until the time bail was si-cured. Roht. Maclean. ;i well known lacrosse play-j c; was also arrested for bribery this j morning- lie was also released on bail. The contest here is very bit-: ter. both sides watching the move-j ments of prominent election workers j closelv, A hea.vy votn is being poll-j i j i -v Vtrt eel in thc city and the be verv close. of spring1. CONSENTS. Oct.. lionio corre- of ill Centralv Nows states Queen Dowager Margherita LSI piven her consent to the I ni Uie of the Abruzsi j s KfUht.-1-ine Klkins. Jt is j I'm- Kind's w.d-l will be a ditt- j ;it. I states that the j and Kmiria hav< umountitis to passed thc cus-1 toins last Friday. The company are rapidly compietinc; their plant, and will soon continue producing- cement. PANAMA CANAL PURCHASE Ill- Oct. tatives H-'iiry T. Raiey. of .Illinois announced today that lie will on the in December :iat tin- ill I: KiiTiage 111 id I further VP.Ht. 10 tlie br I mond liar.-i vaine.l i been onlerrd to be in 'escort the cruiser Kuropa, ben.rinp the j Duke of tlio and his bride to Italv alter their nuirrin? Two New White Star Liners WilJ Plough the Deep GOT TWO YEARS. Woodstock. Oct. 23. SumnK-rs. 20 years of ape, who plead- ed guilty to having attempted us- s.-iult on two little girls, was sentenc- ed to two years in tin and lo receive twenty tlu: term. senger vessels, and as a result passengers are. detained. The Vir- ginia and the Marina, which should sailed last Thursday, are still The cutlonk tonight not is the fastest typewrit-j promise much change for the better, onerator in the world by winning This is the. third time within the past A FAST TYPEWRITER New York. Oct. Rose Nei- trz. of Brooklyn, again proved last hi night that -re contest for the championship at penitentiarv.! the business show ;it Madison Square I lashes during Garden. Her record was eighty-seven words a minnte. six weeks that ships have been held up by the smoke, and the loss to steamship companies amounts into the thousands of dollars. j New York. Oct. i Star liners TiUunf. and Olympic, uc- a bill calling for a lhe investigation 01 trie Panama canal purchase. file such material in connection with ocolate confection and toothsome. pecialties, o C. P. R. EMPLOYEE ARRESTED York, Oct. cording to jiimoinvement mane tenlay by the officials of the line will be in commission on the j S'ork. 1'lymoiith. Cherbourg I Southampton service in about two j here New j and I j _ v? If you cooHed 'witn a OXFORD range you'd save fuel, food and labor EMEMBER that a dollar saved in the first cost of a mean and will bo iho biggest and fm-1 R dollar loss before you're through with it. You should look for efficiency, fuel and food, economy, ease of operation in the a, telegraph operator by the New York. Ontario Western j Thov railway at Fnllsburg. N. Y., was