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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER I; INI COWAN'5 PERFI (MAPLE LEAF Its richness r.nd exquisite flavorgp ness to and d: get O- with TEC added dehctous- Be sure you the cocoa apie Leaf Label. CO. LSMITED, iOZJONTO. 133 CRE4H Diamond City, August grad on the spur track is progressing fine, about half the distimce' being already graded, is expected _ that the grading will be finished with- j it. the siext ten to fourteen days, when l the steel will bo quickly laid. One of the two elevators has j commenced and will be completed i in about threo Almost every j day men are arriving in connection! with the mine development, and soon! the population will b; increased by j others coming to work at the mine also. following buildings are in of construction: Sixteen cot- i by the Goal Com-! Lid., black'smith shop by Mr. liasch and Mr. Morrello. There is: one building however which we would like to see tfoing i. e., the school I housr. Tilt- hs some difliculty ov-.-r ntlo.s. i h this can be overruled. The however, still remains that thc chil- dren iirc- not which nujiht not to be so. It in Certain that a combined res- taurant and bakery Trinity College School Port Hope, Out tttfMU SdMbrbyi Hetltky tion, Fireproof Buildings. Extensive Urge Gymnasium, SJufc- ing etc. Boys prepared for the Royal Military College, and Business. Special attention given to younger term begins Tuesday, Sept 14. PLEADED STEALING apply to tkt Headmaster 9SWALB E1CBT. M.A. POST HOPS. OKT. Customs Receipts Increase At Frank Tin Makes home baking easy. Nothing: can be substituted for it in making, quickly and perfectly, delicate hot hot-breads, muffins, cake and pastry. Insures the food against alum. Healthful, Reliable PMIOB BAKING POWOCA OO. CHICAGO mixtures called baking-powder are oSercd yott at lower price, remember they are mostly made from alurn, a metallic acid deleterious to health. SEVERAL CHILDREN BURNED "IN ORPHANAGE a children were called from their bod tiim- jirayers by the clang- mi.' "i iirc jrong-s. were march- ed (ji.i'.vri I'm- escapes io the mnsic of ihi-ir and dnint corps to join :i crowd of ju.-iny thousands of specta- .York, Aug. polic? re- port that the bodies of seven child- ren have been taken from the ruins of St. llalachy'is a Roman Catholic orphanage at Rockaway j tors. It bcliev Pai-k, L. I., which burned last night. 1 the ehildivn Other bodit.h are believed in j qisii-k the mm- At the tinit- of the fire1 Frank, Aug., customs rer ceipts of Frank for Aug. 1908, were and for Aug. 1909. were SI.243.32. showing; tin increase of S77B.S2. The- value of floods entered during Aug. 1003. was S2.0S5.3S. rustees report that there and Aug> 1909( show- ing an. increase ,of or an increase of over 100 per cent. Mr. Swanston, station master of Frank, returned yesterday with his family after a week's holiday. A man working at Passbui-g was ._____....... would !K> well to Frank hospital last night j now. Hore is an opportunity for u-ith several broken ribs; He is do- some enU-rpminj: business man who well. j will run .1 go-jd show. i D. C. of Bellevue. A laundry could establish-; has been absent for the last ed without any iVir of slackness. The'throe months, is expected home to-, "city" will soon demand morrow with his bride. It is the weekly Sunday service was wish of his many friends at the Pass well attended last evening. It is hop- that he may have a happy tffe by ed thai a .start wil soon bi- made with joining the benedicts. the proposed church building. Next i Professor Houston returned to Sunday, the country services worked'town last week from Kcotenay Lake up from Diamond City will be in has a fruit ranch, and the ing" Hills 11 a in., Newlunds 3 p. in. j public school'was opened up yester- (1st Sunday in September.) under him and Miss Berry as as- Some sixty pupils were in. 'attendance. Mrs. Bcrminghatn, of Kingston, Ont., who been on a visit with her family to Mrs. Dr. Malcolmson and her parents for two months; District Court in Win- ter Presiding District court sessions were opened by Judge Winter this morning. Chas. Hoske pleaded guilty to the chaise of stealing a horse from Mr. Ashe but pleaded not guilty to the theft of Pruitt's horse with which he was also oharged. lie was remanded for sentence on the first charge. Roske was brought back from Mon- tana by Sergeant Egan a couple of i weeks ago to answer these charges. I Both horses were recovered. I Maxwell, who appeared in the vo- Ilice court a short time ago on 'a charge of theft and who has teen confined at the police station, await- ing'trial, was remanded this inorn- Jng. He elected to be tried speedily. Larsen, arrested by the I Police a couple of weeks ago on a chasge of indecent assatilt, is being tried this afternoon. A Fine Quarter of Irrigated Land, close to Leth- bridge, per acre. Very easy terms. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH 7-Roomed House on Coutts balance to suit purchaser Street. cash I Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block PHONE 290 WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg-, Man. Aug. wheat market locally is feeling a good cash enquiry for October delivery with fair premiums offered, but there are few sellers and practically no. then that all! transactions. Trade was quiet with the past week or so. of the fire {October option opened half a cent, i up at 5-S. lost 1-8 and went to _____________ 1 95 3-5. Then held a trifle weaker to December 'opened at 91 1-2 above closei. Touched 91 3-4 with very few pet backs and held a little lower. May opened 3-S up FIRES AT KINGSTON Kingston, Ont., Aug. At four a.m. fire destroyed the bake shop of Alexander Princess Street, along with contents including consid- erable flour The loss is estimated to be partially 'insured. At 9 a. ni. McEavy and Birch's plumbing shop on Brock Street was badly j scorched inside involving a loss of fully insured. Spontaneous combustion is regarded as the cause, LABOR DAY KATES The Canadian Pacific Railway an- nounce in connection with Labor Day, a rate of fare and one-third for round trip. Tickets on sale Sept. 3rd to 6th, with final return limit Sept. 8th. For full information apply to any agent. af85'M, sold up to 9G 3-3 and weakening at the close. leaves tomorrow for her home via Portland. Victoria and .Van- couver and main line for Toronto. Mr. George, accountant of the Un- ion Bank. leaves on the flyer to- j night for his holidays. j John Kenny.- inspector of was in Frank, hist week inspecting thc otfjco. He found that j thc cufltoms receipts were increasing1 larwlj. oVOr last He left last Millers Want Alberta Wheat (Continued from First Page.) was' Thursday for Cardston where he states he has to drive from the B.C. 'boundary to. the- Saskatchewan boun- dary, some two hundred miles, to in- pect the mounted police customs stations the border. I plies from Russia, India, Germany, the Argentine Republic, United States land Canada. The India wheat re- 1 quires a great amount of cleaning, j which process Jtr. Appleby remarked MISSIONS DISCUSSED KNOX CHTTKCH' On jfoniiay evening in Ivnox church SChOOi rooms a good sized audience most interestedly to a prac- hopeful aad -p. the Toronto educative address a representative Residence of J. C. Morningstar ATTT U resembled somewhat his trip over .the tical. diisty trails of _ the country in an iauto yesterday afternoon. The Rus- from the Toronto Board of Home sian wheat also reciuired considerable Mrs. Walker explained .that on account of the presence come not so rcuch to give j of rye and weed seeds. It is the ab- jnstructioa as to gain knowledge and isence of these defects that is partic- consuli wit-h. the women of the jularly noticeable in the Alberta pro- as'to the best methods of doing (duct. the work, to lind if they approve of i Mr. Appleby was very enthusiastic the in t.he past or if ini- INSTRUCTED by Mr. J. C. Morningstar, who is leaving the City, I will Sell by Public Auction on Saturday next, September 4th, at 2 o'clock, this well-built MODERN RESIDENCE U Containing seven rooms, verandah and built-in cement foundation, situated on McNab, near Mc- Beth street, North Ward. Ground high and dry. Lot 40x75. The sale will take place at the resi- dence as above. Terms: 1-3 cash balance in 6 and 12 months; 8 per cent, discount for cash. Bona fide Sale No Reserve FRANK G. WADDINGTON Office: 410 Round street. Auctioneer. j in. his prais-es of the experimental can be suggested. I farm which he visrtod yesterday after; present thc idea is that one Of -noon. lie thinks that there is noth- the hoard shall be sent every two ing like an institution .of ,to visit all the auxiliaries in to point out the right way to the west, ami that in the near future farmers a-nd lead the way in scientific, west have a board of its farming'. "Science is farming has'OWI1 come and has come to stay.'' said j The other especial object of her tour Jlr. Appleby. and he thinks j-o visit ali the hospitals under the arc only on the verge of -larger "dis- Scare of the W.IT3I.S. These are At- coverics in the methods of production Toulon, Wakaw, Sif- and the treatment of our food pro- j ton and The two latter ducts. Like his companion, Mr. Ap- have not arrived at the status of pleby had much to say about Leth- j hospitals. Telegraph Creek is to be bridge and Southern Alberta, and all jthe next place for action. Mrs. Walk- to their credit. "To .see the real ier spoke of the small beginnings of Canada one must come west of Win- hospital work and referred to a mes- nipeg, and the best part of that west sage sent to Tlov. Dr. Pringle of the is Alberta." Yukon, saying the need there was for! The enthusiasm of business men nurses with the grace of G-od in their j like Mr. Illingworih ami Mr. Appleby'hearts. Men and boys were 'dying by who are viowing this country from the scores without anyone to care for an independent standpoint means them, and such has been the begin-" that there is something here .to pro- duce it and something that recom- i mends our province ami city from its i own worth. 1 ning of each hospital, and of all -the branches of this work which since its organization grown to be six years great army. ago has EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED 1859. CAPITAL AND RESERVE Agt-r.eral BanRins: business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants and Farmers invited; Savings Bank Department m connection, deposits or Sl.OO and upwards received and in- terest allowed nt. highest current rates. Lethbridge Branch ROUND STREET Oid Sag-e Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. Wholesale Dealers m Building Ma Lumber, Shingles, Lime. Cement, Plaster, Brick, etc. Special Prices on Elevator Cribbing E. G, Fir Flooring and No. 1 XXX Shingles Telephone 3 Ftiere'g not a Flaw In a Pall or Tub of EDDY'S FIBRE- WARE One is Solid. Hardened, Lasting Mass, without a Hoop or Seam. Many other Exclusive Features are Yours, too, when you Positively Persist in Retting Eddy's, All Good Grocers can supply yon. Always, Everywhere, in Canada, ask for IDBY'3 MATCHES. The Place to Get a Good Meal 21 Meals Board and Room a week Candies, Fruit, Cigars and Tobacco Round Street Next Lumber Yard .Southern. AM Loan Investment Co, GEORGE J. BRYAN Gen. Thompson Block. Calgary Ihyan Block, Lethbridge All Property Listed at Both Offices Lots in Alexander Addition Best Building Lots on London Koad each Acreage property, close in and '.sub-divided, at an acre Offices To Rent in Bryan Block MONEY TO LOAN INSURANCE Two good acres close in, and well located for sub- dividing Phone 396 P.O. Box 254 THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, .Bryan Block, Lethbridge on Money To Loan Exclusive Agents. McKELVIE ivicGUIRE Freeman, Maeleod and Graham Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P. 0. Box 679 It's Winnifred" Lots Ifs Lots MONSTER Of Lots in the Town of Winnifred .will be held in the Labor Hall at Lethbridge on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th at 2 p.m. by W. L. WilsOn, Auctioneer Having received instructions from the Owner, I will oifer by Public Auction about 250 Lots above date. li Winnifred is grow- ing very fast. It has only been surveyed about two months, and has two general stores, post office, livery barn, two lumber yards, one implement agency, one hotel, one blacksmith's shop, one church, and school house in course of erection. Winnifred is the only district outside of Lethbridge that captured first prize for grain at the Lethbridge Fair this year. A sample may be seen in the window of the office of the Alberta Securities Ltd., corner of Round and Redpath Streets. Terms of cash, balance in three and six months, at 6 per cent, interest. Further particulars may be had from i" 91 P. J.DEMARCE Postmaster Winnifred Alberta or W. L. WILSON Auctioneer Lethbridge Alberta Phone 189 2 ;