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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DASLY HEftALD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1909. PAGE. .FIVE RANGES MADE IN BOTH CAST IRON AND STEEL kttlbff in th. or.n of th. "HAPPY THOUGHTS "IIAPPV THOUGHT" 11 otb.ri, for patented and found on no other ranf e. i platM rmdUt. Lwt and one-third to th. capacity betttr bmkiflf with saving of labor and Manufactured by THE WM. BUCK STOVE CO., ONT. warpinf and erackinf. Itnittmo tiitklft gives stow facts you HAYR BROS., Local lint i fLA im 5 RACES AT NEWMARKET and was won by Louis Win- Sir Martin. Faithful Don was slakes of 25 sovereigns with 200 SOY-S second and Bonny Bay ereigns added for twu year olds, was run here today and won by Tressidy. Loniwans was 'second and Plantain third. Six starters. The criterion nursery handicap of 5 sovereigns each, for starters, with added, distance seven CHIPS., was won by Miss Ellen. G-cg was second Minley third. Fifteen starters. The Durham stakes handicap o'f sovereigns for three: year olds third. Nine' ran. The free handicap of 100 sovereigns each for two year olds, distance six was won by Sunbright; As- tor's was second and Pathe third. Ten starters. Vancouver, Oct. ofV ancouwr.haye nominated as can- didates, -W: J. Bowser, Dr. G-. A. McGuire, :Hv Hv Watson, A. H. B. MacGbwan, and C. E. Tisdall. PressfBowlers Beaten C. P. R. CHANGES IN THE EAST On November 1 J. K. McNeillie, superintendent of the Out., division of the C. P. R-, will" be re- moved to the superintendoncy at Faifc- ham, Quo. George Spr-nce, superin- tendent of the North Bay division, v.-ill succeed Mr. McNeillie. Juinvs general superintend- ent of the C. P. R. with headquar- ters at Toronto, will, it is stated, be removed to the head offices at Mont- real Charles Murphy, superintendent of. the Montreal division, and two years ago superintendent, of London, will succeed Mr. Oborne. Mr. McNeillie has only 'been in London six months. He succeeded J. E. Nelson, who was removed to To- ronto and who since then has left the i emply of the C. P. R. He is one of the youngest superintendents on the road but at the same time one of their most efficient officers. FREE MAP AND INFORMATION ABOUT INLAND EMPIRE OF CANADA Central British Columbia Largest undeveloped area of good land on North American Continent. Wheat mixed farming- -and stock raising. Gold, silver, coal. Erne climate. Fort G-eorge. at .junction of great ;rivers, headquar- ters for steamers, coming metropolis. Eort George is gateway to great ISTechaco, Peace River. Bulklev. JFraser, .Skeena Yalleys. Half way between PrW-e Rupert and Edmonton, on line, of Grand Trunk Pacific Rv. First' Offering of Town Title guaranteed and insured by the government of British Columbia. Great and only opportunity to share in tremendous advance. Write today for full information. Natural Resources Security 'Co. lit WINCH BLDGL, VANCOTJVER, B. C. _ j DR KENNEDY VERY ILL The Arcade fowling -Alleys last Macledd, Oct. The many evening xas the battle ground? of an- friends of Dr. G. A. Kennedy will re- other exciting contest in which the gret to learn that he is seriously ill Press Bowling sharps gofr a Waterloo, at his home on 2nd avenue. Dr. Mew- The Press by virtue of their victory burn of Lethbridge, is in attendance. Thanksgiving day over Brown's Bus- 1 Today his condition was reported to were resting securely and proud- j be- unchanged. ly upon the pedestal of fame. until the! _ Klu Klux Klan went to them lastj London, Oct. 29 The Right Hon. night with steady determination aniirgir Edmund John Munson, former neatly unseated them. And hard British Ambassador to France, died was the fall therefrom. The Best Dressed i Young Men of Today Wear Sovereign Brand Clothing See that your suit bears this label CLOTHING This label denotes Correct Style and superiority HAMILTON If you want to be absolutely sure of the style of your garments, of the quality of the fabrics aud workmanship, see that they bear the Sovereign Brand. If your dealer does not keep it, write us W. E. Sanford Mfg. Co., Ltd. WINNIPEG first ame went to -.the Klu today, aged- 75 years. Th Klux, the second game to. the Press and the third to, the -former by a i wonderful burst of science in the half, the Klansmen just nosing outj p i their opponents by the small margin j of 16 points. i Each game was full of life terest, there being but choose j "the winner by "until the last bowled. cf> t The "Gimme Gang" are out with a j 12 challenge now and wish to stack ,up j 1 1 1 I 1 ili i aj I Filmer, who Thursday night gave 'the .yomig men some interesting and use- Li exercises, interesting to the spec- tators and useful-to the young men who took part in it.. The classes give good promise of a successful sea- son; and Mr. Filmer showed that he understands ihis business. Visitors are welcome. Any young man should cqgie and see the fun. Thursday night one young man came to look on. In a few minutes he re- marked: "There is oome sport in that. Sure, I am going to join in the fun." So, Mr. you just take a walk up Kedpath to the corner oi Burdett you will see a white light in the basement of the Methodist church, turn the corner and come down, the stairs into the basement. The fun lasts from 8 to 9.30. There will be classes again tonight. Come along and look on, but bring a pair of rubber shoes for if you enjoy clean, sport you will wish that by Justice Wright to jail terms of twelve, nine a-nd six months ively for contempt in the now fam- ous injunction proceedings of the Buck Stove and Eange' Company of St. Louis, will take an appeal to the United States supreme court if the District Court of ;Appeals '.sustains their sentence. In an editorial in4ihe November -issue of the American Fed- erationist, President Gompers 'says: "Whatever the decision of the 'Court of -Appeals may be, it" must ul- timately lead to victory for labor and a victory for labor will mean a'vic- tory for all the people. In-, the one event, that is- the court sustaining free speech and free press; it will be perpetuation of the principle, for all time to come in. America. In the other event, that is the refusal to sustain labor's appeal, it will be be- yond doubt inaugurate .a movement that will have for its explicit Magna Charta and embodied as'the first am- endment to the constitution of the United States." 25C A BUSHEL OFFERED FOR WHEAT HAUL4NG Ingram, who was in the city Thursday 'night, toold the Herald that after the publication of Thursday's paper that some of his neighbors Vho were in the city" had read 'the local paragraph which said that It cost Joe a bushel "'to market: 'Sundial grain. A couple of ihese neighbors-who lived even nearer to Loth bridge offered Mr. Ingram 25e a. bushel if tie would haul their wheat to market. These figured that a man and four horses were worth per -day and could haul 120 bushels to town, -with three days for the round' trip. Thus only two trips can be made in a week. Many settlers even carry their blankets and sleep out one" aigOit to save expense. -Railways are urgently needed in the district be- tween the Little and Big Bow-rivere for already much grain is-raised and next year will have over double the acreage. Another handicap of a long- haul of from 40 to 60 miles is that" the box may be shaken till it may leak. 'Unknown to the driver several bushels may- be -lost 'on the trail. These ferrners are raising- 'bumper crops, of -first class grain. Prices are' good now but a drop would increase the proportionate loss sustained ia these .long hauls. Of course tnere will be a remedy in time when the new xailways come. But in the mean time the farmer has to hustle a-nd wa t and smother his murmur. A SOUND INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY NOT ALONE FOR THE MAN WITH MILLIONS, BUT FOR THE MERCHANT THE FARMER THE MECHANIC THE MANUFACTURER THE CONTRACTOR THE WHOLESALER THE DOCTOR THE LAWYER THE TEACHER Acres Of enormously rich timber land, chosen by experts who assure u- that these limits are among the- choicest and bc-st in the Province of British -Columbia, with the additional assurance included that there is ample timber, of the very best' qualityvto keep the mills running to full capacity for over 50 years, This feature, combined with a directorate oi Western Canada's ablest and most conservative business men, gives. the investor a double assurance, both as 10 economy in management and the ereatest profits on the amount invested. The mills of the North Star Lumber Co., Limited, at Cranbrook, Hanbury. and Elko, have been in active operation for several years, and the profits 'li'ave- been eminently satisfactory. The mills are equipped with all modern and up-to-date machinery, and the additional capital now being realized from the sale of stock, will enable the company to f-fiect material savings and will also enable it to declare even larger dividends than at any in the past. ;_ The Earning Capacity of the North Star Lumber Co., Ltd. Is shown here, with actual figures and facts. -Compare this propo- sition with other investments offered, and no doubt will re.-dily realize that timber investments are most profitable. Standing timber must increase in -value. This is incontrovert- ible. Timber is a natural resurce which can be known and esti- KKiteiL What the earth contains of coal and' iron cannot, be deter- mined. New. deposits are being discovered constantly, but there is an end to the amount, of timber, and the existing quantity be -closely-estimated. These facts .both make the present of timber more definite and ensure its- enhancement in value. On Feet of Lumber The following actual figures on cost of production yill give you some idea as to the earning capacity and profits in which, pur- chasers of this stock are now given ''an opportunity to participate. Loggintr, taken at bush cost at Hanbury cut 4.18 Milling' and logging dues Freight Planing, sorting and piling Management and general expenses Lumber (sinking fund) r An opportunity is now offered to all to participate in the profits of a conservatively managed and successfully operated business, backed by a number of Western 'Canada's most influential and prominent business men DIRECTORS JOHN Brandon. J. A. M. AIKINS, K. ter, Winnipeg R. T. R! Northern Trust 'Co., Winnipeg; Director Union Bank of Canada. ANDREW of Western Canada Flour Milis Co., Ltd., Winnipeg., W. A. Home Investment "Savings Associa- tion, Winnipeg. The North Star j Lumber Co. Ltd. Head Office Brandon, Man. 2.70 2.00 Total exp.nse per thousand feet r............ ......12.93 Average selling price..............-.--........... Profit per thousand feet 6.77 profit on Or over 33 1-3 per cent, profit on the full amount capital North Star Lumber Co. Limited, stock will narticrtvate ia (1909) dividends. Subscribe today. Sub- SSSS doSV noon. November 30tfr, 1909., Wire your re- serration and use coupon. Authorized Capital ______Paid Up Capital Treasury Stock; THOSE WHO BUY NOW WILL PARTICIPATE IN THIS -YEAR'S_DIV IDEND WHICH HAS BEEN EARNED AND WHICH WE ARt ASSURED WILL BE PAID In order to provide additional facilities and enable the company to cut to its fuli capacity of feet per annum, the directors'have authorized Messrs. O'Grady, Anderson Co., Ltd., Financial Agents, Win- nipeg, to set! the balance of the Treasury Stock, shares, and these are now offered for subscription at par. All new subscribers will share in dividends declared for 1909. This is an opportunity that is'seldom offered and should not overlooked by either the large or small investor. A Rare Opportunity The general public is seldom, .if ever, offered an opportunity such as is now put forth by this participate in tTie earnings of an established and productive business. The cutting capacity is now feet per annum and the mills can operated to that extent., which, should result in a net profit of over 33 1-3 per cent., as per actual figures herewith provided. _ The company's management and directorate are men of the highest standing and in the business world of the West. The foregoing fact--, combined with our UNIQUE SELLING PLAN of distributing the .stock payments over a period of S months., enables the small investors to reap profits equal in proportion to those of the Company's largest shareholders, and those who can comprehend the enormous quantity of lumber that is now required to" supply 'the' steadily increasing demands of the Great Prairie Provinces, will realize" in an instant.Ifhat shares in THE NORTH STAR LUMBER CO., LIMITED, are among the most profitable in which you have been given an opportunity to participate. If you wish "to become a shareholder in this established profitable and carefully managed business, fill in the coupon below, state number of shares desired and forward at once with your remit- tance to cove- first payment. DO IT NOW. Subscription lisus close Saturday, November 30, 1909, at noon. The directors reserve the right to refuse any applications and to- allot to any subscrib- ers a "smaller number" of shares than applied for. MAKE YOUR APPLICATION TODAY BEFORE THE ENTIRE ALLOTMENT OF STOCK IS SOLD cheques, drafts or money orders to be made payable to the order of O'Grady, Anderson Co., Ltd., Winnipeg. be- fBrady, Anderson Co. Financial Agenta Dept. 1, Grain Exchange, Winnipeg This advt. will appear once only. Take advan- tage of this opportunity now APPLICATION FOR SHARES NORTH STAR LUMBER CO., LTD. HEAD OFFICE, BRANDCN, MAN. To the Directors North Star Lumber Co., Limited: j ............Of................in the Province of apply for.............shares of THE NORTH STAR LUMBER CO'., LIMITED, of par value of per share, and I agree to pay the same on the following terms and conditions: 20 per cent. viz. the time of signing this application. 20 per cent. viz. (60 days) after signing application. 20 per. cent. viz. (4 months) after signing application. 20 per cent. viz. (6 months) after signing application. 20 per cent. viz. (8 months) after signing application, i hereby appoint John Hanbury, of the City of Srar.dor., Province of Manitoba, as my attorney, to accept on my behalf an allotment or transfer to me of those shares, with pwer to sign and subscribe my name to the subscription agreement in the Stock Book of the said Company, and to register' me as holder of such shares. Dated this ...................day of......................19----- Name in full........................................................ Occupation......................................................... Address Witness Address all applications to Department I., O'Grady, Anderson Co., Limited, Grain Exchange, Winnipeg. IN AID OF BU1LDDING FUND FOR TABER CHURCH- The fancy sale and supper held in Cousins' Hall, Taber, on Thursday night for the building fund of the new R. C. Church -was a decided success. Rev. Father Meyer, who is in charge of the congregation, -wishes to tender his heartfelt gratitude to those who in any way assisted in the undertak- Particularly he wishes to thank, l-he members of all other denomina- tions for their liberal patronage. The committee who carried the-affair to such a successful termination are as follows: President, Miss Mary Brennan; Sec- retary-Trcas., Miss A. Pender; Fancy Table, Mrs. G-eo. Willoms. Mrs. McMillan, Miss Mary Gorman; Supper tables, Mrs. Malo, Mrs. Car- roll, Mrs. Mrs. Reilly, Mrs., Lea, Miss McMillan, Miss Grettan. Miss Garrick. The entertainment was given by Mrs. Aub'in, Miss Prem- rose, Mr. Madison and Mr. Lovelle, who rendered a choice musical pro- gramme, and Messrs. Ryan, Brown, and Willoms, whose songs and acts were heartily encored. HEADQUARTERS NOT TO LEAVE REGINA tht .1910 1910 .1910 Mounted Police Still Needed in West, Says the Comptroller Regina, Oct. there is mo talk of doing away with the Royal .North West Mounted Police force be- cause the need for the force is great- er today- than'ever hefore, was the view expressed by Comptroller-White of Ottawa. now registers about 680 men, which is 20 short of the limit allowed hy government When asked concerning the need of the Mounted Police in this day of ad- vanced civilization. The comptroller stated that there was at present more need of such a force than ever before. With such masses oi cosmo- politan population drifting into the country, there are more disputes and crimes to settle than ever before and it is by only moans of such a force as this one that petty controversies can be settled. In regard to the report thai; tbc headquarters would be moved i to Watrous, the -comptroller fur- ther stated that the barracks adjoining prnpfirty xc-as too valuable an investment to think of transferring the station to Watrous. Furthermore, Watrous is too far out of the way and the Mounted Police demanded a position centrally -located and with good railway facilities, such as existed at Regina. Mount Brydges, Out., Oct. bcrt-McLachlan was today nominated by West Middlesex Conservatives as candidate for the approaching j tion to the Commons. ;