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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FRESH from the GARDENS TMt LETHBH.OQi; DAILY THUR8DAY. OCTOBER M. I OF THE FINEST TEA PRODUCING COUNTRY WOfiLD-THE ISLAND OF CEYLON Suspicion Rests On Another Indian II SALADA H (Continued from Front Page) EXHAUSTED THE ALLOWANCE Telephone Department of Has Spent Appropriation DELIOIOUS-PURE-HEALTH- i FCTL-REFRESHING 'AT ALL GROCERS Asked for what has been un- The Famous CADILLAC AUTOMOBILE T.-S. McKenzie, Dist Agent Plione2T4 P.O." Box 547 (jet your Orders in Early. i i is semi-official- 'If'announced that the estimates to be laid before Parliament in November will contain' a for a mew drill hall -at -Ottawa. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS" Edmonton, Oct. appropria _____________________ tion of made by the Alberta r for the extension 01 the hem s share of H. Bull Shields and Provincial Telephone system has been .Blue ttings went back to the lat-tcr's ;the expenditure on new lines for the tent ami IK- followed shortly after year. This information was given jand struck the tent with his list lhis morning by Hon> w_ H Cushi whereupon BuUshields emerged and Minister of Public Works i pursued him with a stick. Meeting particulars as I his father, Little Shields, he told those present family. Apply Mrs. Kuns; 412 Bart- 269-1 Episcopate's declaration of 3ys Arctibishop Germain; ot Tott- er 93 7-3; December 94 7-3; Mayjdrove and brought the uncon- Lieut.'.Governor Bulyea, Hon. A. Jousa. to rally'.the Catholic voters at! North Ward. 99 1'2" SCiOUs man home- j Rutherford, Hon. Cushing, Dr. the elections of 1910 in sup- ward maid: and a laundress. Apply Private ;vHospital, Oats, October 1-4; May 35 1-2. 35 3-8; December 33 OVER SIX HUNDRED NEW POSTOFFICES The evidence of BJue Wings corrob- (Tory, Rev. G. W. Kerby, Calgary; 268-0 FOR proposition will pay its way. Will rent 1-2 section ir- ngatccl. land 2 1-2 miles from Leth- bridge; 9 room hou'se, 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- olnnery.. cattle, horses aiwi .house- hold furniture. Big chance to-make oO to 100 per cent, of these brood mares, stallion and butter cows Terms to suit. Apply. Box .85 Herald" Office. 255-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR iALE, FOR 'shop doine a a snap-: Halmant ft River, Alta. FOR SALE-Must be..vsold at oaee- good-, location for a hardware l-his office. 1 store. 966-t ol candidates committed to the Butchart, had reached the Strathcona Public Schools Created Canada m a Year, Postmaster Genera! Ottawa, Oct. annual re- Port of the postmaster general of the, dead' Indian and) ln busmess' of tie ifound the skull fractured -in two plac- department and m the general busi-i" ness of the country, the orated the statements of the previous John A. McDougail, M.P.P., Commis defence of toe church interests. The witness ia eeneral as'in the situation of andr French is intolerable and they must attitude of tfieir Irish brethren in the days of Darnel O'Connell, and their German -brethren 'Kul- witness in general as to what happen sioner ed-after. Rider camp. had si-en Bull Shields Bother prominent 'men. Shields over the-head 'TO EMPLOY He [strike Little a stidc of but did not ays know what had happened after that. Dr. Dean gave evidence as bavins held a post mortem examination of steady job. Apply R. J. Thompson, Westminster Church, of Stacey Lumber Co. 268-6 Housekeeper, by working- man, no family, good home for" the winter, easy job. Address Box 12, Herald office, stating age and wages. CONVERTED assumed against Bismarck's jturkampf." M. Doumerge, Minister j 267-6 Scheme for of Canadian Presbyterians jorEducationi-this afternoon issued a! who understands R.iM 8f 8 00 10 00 4 65 10 00 Ther There in the 0 16 0 22 015 "'o'.'is' 0 16 jes eithei; of which would have been sufficient to have caused, his death. fcd-fThe fracture appeared to have been 656 (the result of a blow from some blunt as an increase of 20-M miles instrument. extent of the system over _ Toronto, Oct. to school to -disregard the demand of j Montreal. Presbyter- 1 the clergy and-- Catholic parents for' clothing clothin 265-6 for about 70 tons of tim- othy hay m the etack" or baled Put up in good condition, green and Well- fenced.-; Also-, on -1" Clydeadale quiet, _good worker, small horses- about 1100 >ach, and gelding, just quiet, (W registered Team of which mails have been carried by rail r the sufficient 0 30 030 and water routes and ordinary land ..routes-are greater by miles finding, than for the preceding year. The es- timated increase in the number of let- ters and post cards .sent during the ;year is which is'over four per cent, more than the figures of ,1908. The expenditures of the de- partment increased for the year by as compared for last year. was a surplus from the operation of .the service during the fiscal year ending March 31, 1909, vhich amount ,ed to The value of the i stamp'.issue, was as against ia the previous year, an. increase'of or more than six per cent. There was a large increase in the issue of stamps through the introduction of the one- ______________ cent drop letter rates for cities in August, 1908, the total output bein? Good Water Means Eood Bealtfi ena- ian Church ihas before it a scheme for the relief of the India converts vrho have lost friends and' caste through their profession of faith in the Protestant religion. At a meet- ing of the executive of the 'foreicn Wilson: 264-6 the withdrawal of the text books j wanted; at placed under the ban by once- Apply Smith Bros. pate. The government is preparing j a bill for the protection of teachers who are subjected to persecution by Catholic parents and religious com-, missionary committee this afternoon, mittees which -are forming through- Creamery butter Eggs, per dozen Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. l Onions, per Ib. ____ o Feed: Jlay .prairie 0 00 nffay, blue joint 0 00 Hides: Dr7 o 12 Cured Rendered Tallow: No. 1, per Ib. 0 00 No. 2., per Ib. 0 oo 0 21 0 35 0 40 1 50 005 10 00 13 50 was ter removes all impurities from water mcluding cholera, typhoid and.other One of the Best Things that Had .-It is scientifically constructed and T "A Out of Canada is known and used in every bacterio- Londoil> Oct. the'op- logical laboratory in the world, and is -ening: .of the winter session of the Sperte It LeCsSSKd-ed by London school of .tropical-medicine, and in use. construction _ when Professor William Osier deliver- It is easily to any exist- ed an a'ddress on nation and tropics. supply at slight expense, American Ambassador Reid, who fectlv flit amP supply of per- inj the chair, introduced the I and entirely does'away and 'he was a excellent sam- rifk of disease arising from ple ot' what the United States could dp with a Canadian when she caught him voung. McGill University brought him into" some prominence, but he reached the climax ot his fame at Hopkins' University. Dr. Osier explained what science onization and the-enormous possibil- which are still open to her. Republican Candidate of Ne York City jEev. D. Gr. Cook, of Central India, f advised the formation of a joint stock i company in the mission field to give employment to converted Hindoos.- Several minor matters were also disposed of. Miss-Margaret McHar- rie was missionary to Central India and Dr. W. I. Hamil- ton will fill a similar position in Formosa. It was also announced that the committee was in heed of a treasurer for the'Honan, China, mission, owing to the resignation through illness of the proposed treas- urer. out the Republic. young lady to take charge of a little boy for a few hours daily. Apply to Mrs. G-. W. Robinson. 423 Burdett St. 264-6 Ward Team of going on 4 'years marea, iin- broke make 3800. Price M Can be .seen anytime on my farm 8 1-2 Sec 7, T. 8, R. 20, southeast oi town. J. ooo, ,oity. 267-fi mile. Box FOR Columbia-. and Tecords ior sale. 237' Apply p 0 Box "267-f FOR SALE-One Weber square piano splendid tone. Price SAYS CHURCH OP ROME good general servant.! Apply Mrs. J. J. Johnston, cor., Glyn j Bompas- St. 160-0 i _ Hiir. balance on easy .t-crms. Ap- C. H. Harding, Duke North 264-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS IS AGGRESSIVE IN WEST WANTED-150 Highest 1WANTED-2Tlots near Ellison Mills. Oct. tMsi morning's session-of the Baptist ion, Rev. T. going wages paid. Elk Lumber Co. F. G. Waters, superintendent, Hos-' mer, B.-C. 237-0! Apply Geo. Beaton, Box 355, P. 0. CABINET MINISTER FOR GOVERNOR GENERAL London, Oct.' ..Times says L'at the Governor G-eneralship of Canada when Earl Grey "retires will offered to a member of the Bri- ish- Cabinet. moving the adoption of a report on missions, said the Roman Catholic Church was becoming very aggres- 1010 Ford St. Burdett St. 920 vant. Apply after 4. sive in the West" arid seemed deter-j 419 Burdett "St. mined to gain what they lost in the eastern part of the Do- minion. Rev. Mr. Graham denounc-1 joint toast to the general ser- j Mrs. Barfprd. keeping rooms. 258-0 furnished house- Herald, Box -106. wet nurse months old.. ed as an insult a R' G' Addison King and Pope given Lieutenant Govr girl eraor Pelletief, at a recent Mrs. A. B. Ripley. council banquet at Quebec... j St. He appealed to tihe yonng men of j the; Church to consecrate their lives j for baby once t 321 Crabb St. jFOR stock of clothing men s and ladies' furnishings, amount- jrng to carpets, rugs, ets. Will entire stock, at 50 cents on at once. Ap-jtne dollar. Buyer may rent premises 239 Brunton} consisting of store arid five room 263-G at 'per month. Horse and buggy and harness and 48 chick- housekeeper ens also for sale. Apply Harvarf to saving the encroachment. country from Rome's for two people. Apply Box J., Her-1 Tailoring Co., 330 Street Leth- 266-0 bridge, south of Bank' of Montreal. ald. TO RENT tmpure water. building id no hout one. your water is a uo-inis H you use BERKEFELD _ Filters sizes are Our representative asasdjoldg of the Gi sw days with FILTER a a sample filter COnClUdiflS his address. he- made a Wea that Great At the annual dinner of the school. The Bellevue Farmers Co. having sold a We, part ot its holdings in land, will continue the sale by Public Auction e Mrs E. Lon-don, Eng., Oct. sub-committee at Leadmaster's confer enoe has not undertaken to- assist public school boys to emigrate to j Canada. If approved boys be sent j out for practical training on Cana- j dian farms, followed by a course in brand Jan agricultural college. option o purchase or rent -this office. 26M 269-2 ___o____ afford to be without it. T. Room 7 01- ni-ver Block t I C LARGE AUCTION SALE OF STOCK MR. J. A. SMITH has received instructions to sell by Public Auction, at STIRLING on OCT. 30 AT Nelson Graham's Livery A. Sale Stable The' following horses and stock: 60 and unbroken. 20 HEAD'OF CATTLE, Also WAGGONS v And BUGGIES. Sale commences sharp at 1 o'clock. months credit with 8 per cent, on approved Joint notes or 6 per cent, off for oasH or credit amounts1. Anyone dispose of stock or property, leave notice at once with W. Fish- er, Nelson Graham, at their office, ..Sales to be held every two weeks at' of Dr. Osier, who was unavoid- ly absent, said that one of the best things which had come out of Cana- ;ua to England, was Doctor Osier. i A FARMER'S LOSS I Arden, Man., Oct. house of S. J. Rothwell, south-east of town, was -destroyed by fire this evenine; -in- cluding the furnittTe an-d about in cash, -which the occupants were unable to save owing to the rapid 'spread of "the flames. The cause of the fire, which originated in the front part of the .-house, is unknown. 3VIrs. was slightly burned in at- tempting to save some valuables: Friday, October 29th, 1909 At 10 o'clock, at the PUBLIC MARKET PLACE in LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., all of its Farming Machin- ery; Implements and Live Stocfk; consisting MACHINERY, AND IMPLEMENTS 1 Reeves 32 H. P. Engine. 1 Eed River Special Separator. 1 ten bottom Cocksiiutt Steam Plcrw. (Botli stubble and breaker bottoms.) 1 Lowell 8 Bottom Steam Plow. MRS. open for engage- ments -in mid-wifery. Terms moder- ate. Apply Box A. B, C., Herald office. 267-6 II MADAM pi- Teacher of Music, at lib- I erly for town or eoun- try. MISS NORMAN, teacher of ballroom and dancing, Wed- nesday 3 to 3, Caledonian Hall or 622 Crabb street. 267.5 TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES consists' about TO head of the number about 20 HEAD OF KENTUCKY THOROUGHBREDS, by such noted sires xiainboTT, Imported Golden Down, Eolmar- nock, Goodrich, Silverdale, etc. 20 WORK MARES good size, well seasoned and thoroughly brok- en and bred to an imported Perclieron stallion 17 HEAD OF FILLIES AND GELDINGS coming 3 years old by lieavy sires. Balance mixed lot of youngsters. Allies, and geldings. HOGS 40 b.ogs, mised lot. j TO Comfortable furnished I rooms, with board if desired. House and warm. Applv Box! TV AWTT'TV 1000 new Herald S1TUATJONS WANTED Office. NOTICE Having bought out my partner, Long Sam, of the Kins Edward res- TO unfurnished rooms m j BQT modern house. Rent including lijrht, water and heat. Apply- in office by young- man. Prefer position where writing will havo to be done. 4pplr Herald Office. 26S-6. Bartlett. 528 269-3 taurant, we are now sole owner- of i_____________ same. j Fong Long Long Kee Chong, i T0 to 267-3 rent tutty modern house. 283 i Brunton St. 269-6 TO j semi-modern TENDERS? SEALED the undersigned up to- noon; dett St Monday, November 1st, for the con- struction and building, of: Frame Fire Hall, north, of the-C. P. E-track five roomed cottage, stable on. Bartlett WAOTED-Expenenced chambermaid wishes situation in hotel. Apply Box 12, Herald office. 267-i WASH-ING-T-Washmg taken in ctone at private homes. Good at reasonable rates. Mrs. Botham Torrance. Ave., beeide railway track. 222-Ox and specifications may Plane seen at the office of the Secretary- Treasurer. All Tenders- to be accompanied by a certified cheque for ,5 per cent. The lowest or any Tenders not ne- cessarily accepted. GEO. w. ROBINSON; Sec. Treasurer. TO RENT-In the Turner Addition a nve roomed cottage, with stable and chicken house.. Stable wffl hold'.- six head of stock. Eental per month. Ilk. Tel. f5? POSITION WANTED-By first class book keeper and stenographer, steadf and_ reliable- man. Apply B 665, ILethbridge, Alta 36M FOR for horsee and icows, 4 miles southeast of. Lethbridge Lots of straw. Apply F. H. Cor 34 I i: Carbon box, 100 sheets, from .____.. Copying Eoam, all Agente for the REMINGTON MACHINES Call and get terms WESTERN STATIONERY CO.. Credit of Nine paper, will be granted on all sums 3 isa Closiiig -Out Sale and all articles offei- .ed will .be sold without reserve. Terms: of over A.S. Bowman President W.L. Wilson AocdoBeer, Letibridfe LAND W? also at.-the. same time and place offer 1 wo Sections of Land in Township b, Range being Sections 10 and 15. Terms on land one-tenth cash, balance 9 equal payments interest. r MARKET NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday (not _ being a statutory or public, holiday) shall-be a market day of the. City of Lethbridge and the market shall re- main open on such days from the hours of 7 a.m. till for general produce and during such hours no one bringing- into the city but -i ter, cheese, eggs, vegetables or other! similar produce for sale, shall sell or offer the same for sale except at the public market and scales. On every other -day in the .week the public market shall be open from 7 a.m till 6 P-m. "Any person guilty of any infraction of this by-law shall'be liable on sum- mary conviction to a penalty not ex- ceeding as provided "by Title XXXVI of the Lethbridge charter. Signed: JOS. GILLESPIE, Argyle Ave. 256-6 ROOMS TO LET-Comfortable furn- iKied rooms. Well heated and lighted.. Hot and cold water. Applv Can- tin, Room 2 Hill Block. 258-12 city. by thoroughly >r general Apply at 601 POSITION WANTED-Young girl wishes -to assist in- store or Apply P. 0. :Box 581, City. office. 10 sunny furnished rrom. Suitable for two men. reasonable. Apply 424 Smith St. Close in. TO sunny furnished room, suitable for two men. Terms reasonable. Apply 424 Smith St. Close in. 266-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person WEO 13 sole head 01 a family, or any male over 18 o.d, may nbHiestead a quarter-section available; Dominion land in Mani- Saskatchewan or- Alberta The applicant must Lethbridge, Oct. 23, '09. Chief of Police. 266-6 THE ENSIGN CO.-For signs, show cards, price tickets, enamelled let- ters, .banners, magic lantern slides, artificial palms, for inter- ior decorations. Ensign Co P 0 Box 1817, Acadia Building' bridge, Alta. TO RENT-House with eight rooms. and four- acres of land, and half from town. Enquire at: 320 Glyn St., or W A Oit's barber, shop. 2696 TO room: Modern Also heater for sale. Apply 303 Brun- appear tn person s Agency or Sub- IOT the district. EntTy bj may be made at any agency intending homesteader. months' residence upon cultivation of the land in three years. A homesteader may nine Armies of proxy ter of and of live withiV ton St. MONEY TO LOAN-Why pay rent when we can _ let you have money PONY EXPRESS-Phone Fig- gins. Light draying a specialty. Storage. All orders promptly at- tended to. .City Harneag Store. GENERAL; TEAMING Having bought but Win. Taylor's transfer buiinese, I am prepared to do all Kinds of cartage. Satisfaction anteed. Coal delivered C.O.D. Geo. N. McLean, Glyn Phone 131. 6, per cent. We loan money on all kinds of city property, on. terms 'that cannot be made by others, because the money from where it ie cheap. All kinds of farm loans- ne- .got iated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be sure and see. us when yon want monev Pnone 394. .Empire Land Co., Ott Block. 252-0 PROPERTY FOR SALF s IJVHJfT stead on a farm of at leaet 30 acrei 269-6 solely owned and him'o: by jiis father, mother, son, brotljer nr sister. In certain districts a m good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside hia horn in- stead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must .reside six months in of su years from daie of FOR fully modern roomed house in Eiverview, furnished hot and cold water, aewer, Terms easy. Apply Box 1387 City, 205.0 entry (including time ?equiced to earn homestead patent) god fifty acres extra. A homesteader who hat eihauatea homestead tight and cannot ob- tain pre-emption may take put chased homestead in certain Price per acre. teside six months in: each of three ycara. cultivate fifty acrea and .------j house wonh J300.00. T Deputy Minister of the. -jr.... publi of will not for. ;