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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UCTH9RIJKI DAII.V HI BALD, THURIOAY, SEPTEMBER J Daily Herald V CiUblithtd 1907 by the Daily, Herald Print- Ltd., every lawful evening office, Round St., Lethbruke, Aloma. Canada. W.- A. BUCHANAN c .Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Dmly, gix mouths, delivered 2.00! Daily, three months, delivered 1.66 f Daily..one month, delivered.....35 Daily, oae year, by maii......3.00 "Daily, six months, by mail 1.75 Daily, three months, by mail.....85 j Addresses changed as often as rie-1 sired, but both new auri old sui-! druses must be giv.-n WEEKLY- PuDhshed every Wednesday in eight, pages, and contains a summary of the world's nrws of tht- week, local foreign. year in advance 3U months, in advance........ .75 j months, in advance.........50: THE DAILY HERALD j on sale at the following places: i Sage, J. G. Robertson Ce., J. D. Higinbotham Co., j J. J." Johnston. j Co.. R. W. ilton. Pfncher J. Mitchell. D. L. j M-cCrea. j Bros. j "Drag Book Co. i J. StaSord. Ftrnie, B. E. Suddaby. i Cranbrook, Atchison. j L. Reinecke. Qrassy Tughain. j Bow F. Werts. j SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Office In the world fNUBD 1710 BI-CENTENAKY 1910 HOME OFFICE: LONDON, ENGLAND BulldiQff. Toruato, H. M. BUckburu. C. B. BOWMAN. AGENT, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. it Robin the jj.-ofiVn-d un-J i'; eiti- xen A'il! do to fall in if not in t.it- Association discuss the rat problem so as in thf fXtcrniiiintiou of the they would confer an favor o.i hiiuianily. thing is SEARCHED WORLD FOR MISSING FATHER Lung Hunt Through Europe and Am- erica Results in Success, Man Being Found at Dorches- ter, Ontario certain if this jriMi'n country is not to IT-r an inestiniab-.1 loss the ral plague be' pn-v -nti-d. Ike. i.-st: saloon-j keeper.- of (..'Vrrnrriy to i rais :.h.- pric of 4.lu- working-j met: I: "won't drink b'-er. No one -led that the temperance people b.-hi-u! the! action of the brewer.-. ROBBER .HAS NOT YET BEEN CAUGHT THE PARK SITUATION The position oi the city regarding, its -pajks depends a good deal on the result oi the vote on Weclnesday when the bylaw providing for the issuing of debentures to purchase the Agricul- j rural Society grounds by meeting the j obligations against them, which am-' oum to some five or six thousand dol-i lars depending npon the net results j of the fair, and then to dispose of the grounus and purchase the three hun-j dred ucre park to the east of the city, j The city will in all probability sub- j divide the ground? purchased and! handle the sale ut the lots themselves i This would be of greater financial benefit than selling the whole place! as- acreage. TJ.-ing the money thus! secured it is proposal- to raase i the money to pav for thf- park being i purchased. from the A. K. I. Co., 1 which is being for some one' and fifty dollars per acre orj ;i total of soul-thing over forty 'thou- sand dollars. The site is generally admitted as being an ideal location for a .park and few if any citizens would have any objections to the city: {jetuag- it for that purpose. j It can bj easily therefore the j bearing the vote on Wednesday has 1 on the park -situation. If the ratepsjy-' ers vote opinion that they do not want to purchase the agricultural grounds for fivy 01 six thousand dol- lars which can be cold for, almost any sum abovt.- forty thousand dol- which sum in 'turn will bL- de- voted to buying and improving the three hundred acre tract to the east which will be as an .agricultural S'iCifty grounds as well as for a park, thi- whole deal will ue off in all pro- bability and the city will havs-ar for- feit the amount paid us cash deposit the .park site. The fulfillment, of J council's policy 'means that the city will the big park for prac- tically nothing tmd that the Agricul-i rural Society, which U as public an institution as The mimicipalitv itself, will be relieved of the burden of, debt! which has been hampering its efforts to giw Lech bridge a fair more in keep ing with the city and district. Vote for the bylaw which provides for the purchase of the agricultural Pa., Sept. 1 i the fact that a close watch Has been maintained, the robber who yesterday held up and robbed a fast express train on the Pennsylvania Railroad j near here, capture so far.! The railroad company'is making ev- ery effort to arrest him and _ to this end has .enlisted the aid of several} detectives. Notwithstanding 'that ..ths robber ha? secured less than ?1.00 by his ing deed, the.'railroad and express j companies -will spend many times i that amount to land him- behind pri-i son bars. He left no clue, however, j and unless blood hounds .which have! been placed on his trail, lead the po- lice to him, he will be sai> from! capture. i Pittsburg, Pa., Sept. 1.-In a state-! ment issued here today by H, B. Sla-j ter. -Pittsburg- agent of the Adams Ex-1! preft Company, it i? claimed that the! loss'to the .company as a result Conies to Paries from Triest, where it was sent i a despatch from Hammerfest, ]STor- fro the captain' of the Italian .s-eaer Thalia. I him to stay and share in the business but that he refused. A.HAMMERFESI: WEPMESS TELE> STATION- S.DAKE'S ISLAND INSURANCE MAN DEAD 'Winnipeg, Sept; E. St.- Louis. western manager of the Feder- al Life Insurance Company, died suddenly at Prince Albert last night. Mr. St. Louis has been suffering from Bright's disease for some time. He was a son of the late Captain St. Louis, of the Vincen-nes Mc2Taugh ton line of which operated iv, Montreal some years ago. He was rears old and leaves a wife and children. A. J. NIXON APPOINTED Ottawa.. Sept. T.__At yesterday's meeting of the Cabinet, A. J. Nixon, assistant superintendent of the Grand Trunk Railway at London, Ont. appointed chief of the operating! J branch of the Dorrrinifvn t t t' f t t t t f branch of the Dominion Eailway Com new branch of department it has been decided to create. Mr. Nixon will have charge of all matters respecting operating affairs of railways. LAND FOR SALE Choice block of 956 acres. all Sec. 28 and W. half Sec. W. This is on the "Weyburn Lethbridge extension smooth, level prairie, free from' stones and will sell for.' per acre inside a year. Price, for immediate sale, per acre en block, or half sections; cash on each half section, balance, 5 payments, inter- est at 6 per cent. Write or wire t t jl t t t t t i W. J. GILLILAND, A WORD TO THE WISE REGARDING yon have a prescription to bevfilled yon naturally want it filled with the purest and best of Ingredients, and yon also want it put up exactly as the Doctor has written it. We make special effort to buy the purest drugs rind chemicals the world produces, and your prescription if brought to us will be dispensed by an experienced and qualified druggist and exactly as the elector intended it. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE ACADIA BLOCK Phone 5 REDPATH ST. Dispenser. Picture Framer. 1705 Cook Street! Victoria, B.C., or The Canadian Real Estate Co., Room 9. Bryan Block. Lethbridge. Blairmore, Aug. Palmer of Palmer Thomson, barristers, head offices in Pincher Creek, who cpen- ed offices here this spring has heen 7th Annual NELSON FRUIT SEPTEMBER 22, 23, H Bigger and Better than Ever Cheap Rates on all Trans- portation Lines. Horse Races Sports Free Attractions Do not fail to see the pos- sibilities of the G-lorious Kootenay. C. W. BUSK, Pres. F. A. STAKKEY, Mgr. D. C. McMoREis, Secy. Box 95, Kelson, B.C Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for" Royal Collieries Ltd AH Standard Handled HEAD Of FIG 8. C. LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA. No. 293, Sons of England Benefit Society Meets in the Hal 'every first and third Wednesday the month at S p.m. For ful particulars apply W. J. Wade. Fred T. W. President. Sec.. Box 57. J. F. HAMILTON, B.A.Sc.-DomdnioD Land Surveyor, irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer, ftoorn 5, Whit- ney Block. Phone 205. AND CONTRACTOR! VM. T WiLLIAMS-Architect. Whit- ney Block. Latev of Williams Bros Architects, Detroit. F. Room I Whitney Block. A. Macdonald Block. Redpatb T Calgary an! L-ethbridge. Specialist in Fireproof, mg, sanitation, heating and Carver- M.B.A.A.. M.R.A., A.A.I.C., Etc.. Afanagei bndge Office- Bryac Block. t- E. and contractor; Lighting a_id DOW er instaHati >ns. Plans and cations. Office McKeown'e ware. Phoae 302 in the Pass for the past day or two also visiting Goleman where he has rented a place and his business there. 1 mperia] Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up R-rve Fund 0. R. WILKIE President HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice-Pres. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Farmers and rnvate Individuals invited. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT-Special attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. of and upwards received and inter- est allowed at current rate from of deposit. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH-W. R. SEATLE, Begin Block, Kound St., beside Bentley'a Store. Lettbriilge lerie Ho. Ill Meets 1st TTaii at q uLeui