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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page TO THE Saturday, September -31 -fr COOLER WEATHER IMPORTANT CASE BEFORE THE GRAIN PARTIES INTERESTED Wl.nU'i-n. MHU. Still. Ti.e kiJi'll Kichausfc uay iL'jay shows cear Us: tiisbl> at a number of Lottier-.i AiWrl-i A CAS? of moro i'ian o'oin to faro'.ei'f and pruii: tl Just board hi Hoard of Grdin The Taylw Miiitns aiul K-'evjHor Co. I'.arteJ action through The ago to recover mon- ies owiDg 10 them by the llraiii Co., formerly a.' T.HS com- vent (irftiiivi. o-iiM Tay- lor Milling and L'ltvator Oo." money for chipmenis made ilmr-sh lieni. Ordinarily ihe ivowli so thruush ;he coaris, but as E great of knowledge cf grain and grain to eoneidereO, U "was decided 10 lay U die Comcilsslca. Tb-? Royal in Wgb in Manitoba. Probabilities ai> for cooler weather and Jigbl from to- in Alton A alii CHARGED AT BRANDON WITH OB- TAINING MONEY UNDER FALSE PRETENCES for All ingenu Uy o[ iho lUut taenitjers of tar brought iulo rtM'iifitlou in and i-roia .of -M Ihe of the arguments. Chairman MacGitl MANYBERRIES MAN ELECTS TO BE .TRIED SPEEDILY ON CATTLE STEALING CHARGE Sent. Klla Till- iiiif. of varentsj -Mao-, SfP'- P at fouo'd guilty ol oh- j thr ftd ol the fitsl Sff.tcm- liloins S'-'i) bv falie .iHtfSCR! ftosl iKOlitd "-a to.iayf but allowed to jo oa i central or suuihfrn M.iniloba, aad __; eJ vili however, be, probably the ttoords of a deiaiBeJ !u the jail here unill taucot parallel this A ourio'-is io- day aud ibpn jer.t Blasts-; suiting phenomena is the clo'Jds of irate alludtJ to ibe numerous vie-' iasfct life, which have unctfofc- lit-' lirclied tradesmen ID the city tluo'-ieli! ed, aad this especiaHy to i.r'rhe ;lrl's conduct acd her fJlh-. mosquitoes, nois> er had of her 111 bebadorj season ol desuuctsoa generally. jud he refused, to make reetilulion} watfs with Julj, disjypen'o! her twtalf. Hut The erloiis. at IeA5t revt-aled frlate of affaire. niSs'Qi lead lo uxecded as to the forms used tn shipments of grain aud as to and bondsmen. B 'I Dail 01" Grain Company na? Iwnded by tho' John TaUar, u.' lae Taylor' Milling: Guarantee anil has been ir. Winnipeg for several' rr.d (ho Taylor MtWng anil day? on the iflatler. Me is expected CKJ. maintain ttat rher sbouM be re-'to return (Contlauefl trom Treat the first (rosls in mid-August, r.ow .they are as bad as on June etenin-. coraplaln laat their milk oiitptifU (allies of. vttf appreciably, thtir l.rrds beinj too distracted to cHtw ttf cud i-omplac- mlly, a'process rsM-ntial the fuU ipail' Mosqoitofs 'hiyt invaded the town office ar.d rry brings ar.other Appllc.llon for B.l lion.intb- plav: WJih ,hr rrop .Moutrral, Que., Stpt. An to.jch o( -frojt wm cation tor bill "'111 ne tbu nsxt move by the for Harry K. Thaw. Professional Cards o( habeas corpus returnable In Hegina, SasS., Sept. rain Montreal on September .15, and amis Jalllnf tils niornlnj, and all grain preventing .the immigration of- Should be cut this vee't. Grata Bill i ficiils from Uel'Ortias Than. illndlnR I j eo far. advanced it will nn' i__________________I be affected br tnist. Wheat will go 1 about 30 baabeU; oalf, ?5 or 70 bush. els to the acre. .MEDICAL PH. VI. i. Surffeoa, Accoucher. Houra p.m. Ofllca: Third Avenue. Phone 1553. "fit, g a.ta.; 2-3; 7-S.________ gtaScrd Bit. Kesldenco 126S Sixth Aveuue, OEcfl to 8.88; OBct Thoaa 319; rtesicJEaco 1080. -____ 'bfi. C. C. SUP --teo3, Accojcher. ORca at coTCflr 6th avenue' ncuth aad Tla Street eoulb. lima: M; 1-1: 3 to Phona.lSOS._____________ bR. and SnrEeon Oac6 llacdonald Dlook. J316. HKldence 635 lOUi 31. South. Phoue '.389. DR. aid Douunioa Bolldlng. Office hours 3.30 to 12; 2-5; eveainis by appointment idence 593. Piooe, oBce 3tl; OSTEOPATHY OR. LIONEL B. Osteopathlc Pbyslclan- Mtraber of College acd Surgeons, Suile 316-18, Bullata- Phone 1414. Taie "At Medicine Hat Wednes- days tJid Sundajs.___________ MUSfC MRS. W. H. ol, Piarp, Ilannonr acd Theory. Ten years experience. Prluiary and td- i vanced pupils prepared for esamic'a- i liens. a term' Studio (12 ISti Glre't Sontb. fuona (SOS [SYSTEM MR6. ABBIE G. HORBPOOL, Cor.ser- I vitorr tiraduate, teacher of Piano- Harnioar, er.d Muslca torj-. inoouaces reppenln- of es for both and advacced IN OPERATION SOON BETWEEN CROWS NEST j AND LETHBRIDGE f Cafdston. Beatrici Within two ii'onti.- trains between Sieuson. v.-ho has'been Mr. Laurie': I.etneridge anJ Crows -Nest will "be stenosrapiie'r forr some ha; .ea lii' L. 'R: A. M__ R in Alberta in telephone de-i T.'H. Cavaiagh. who reponei Locdon, Cou: he" Uied: ]'.a last weei't "budget K bavin's gon siaVica today-, oil', tltG con-jdcisvii to to'look'iuto. ts for both bejlouers and advanced; e.thBtidse anJ Crows-Nest vi'.l "be stenographer" for some weeks, h: papilE. For terms call at !2i3 Clh I bv the telephone. This gone on holiday's to her ue S.. or uhoue 1539.- ,hV first 'section "ot the C.P. S" MRB. F. E. 8HEDDEN gland, at of Uresden. acd i'look at prospect Miss ETHEL CONYBEARE F.T.C.M. i SII Piano and Theon'; circuit 'leti-fen ilatleorl point? hefore going lo her ne Street S.. J. Oeo. Haider. MASSAGE MISS (C MAY Muiasa and Qycuiactlcs irate'n) Electric and Vlfcratorr i Sntm- poolng and tbt icmoval nf iuper-1 nno'jB hair.' Treatinenta given by I appointment Pione 171 S, room one. Piano. Organ. Vocal Violin, .Mandolin, Orchemal In: strjiEents aud Dajiclns. Students, Iireparta lor-our oun and malms'-atraajerntnt: sltj- BiniLlnaffons. For further !u foimation Pa.bae. .have gone to Boum Inspector Howard ul-the-C. P. K. and Mofihialh View for hoi telegraph tJepartment, was in the city for cominmcenjent of the work. says ihat te'ephoijic "He PIANO TUNING 6. H. Tuaer. ms Sixth Ayeum A. Souli Fboni 11S3. i other IE VIAVI The 'nitnral home treaUQeot for nervousness, etc. 1110 3rd Ave. South. Hoars 5-5 and 14 a-tn. to 4 p.m. Saturday, or by ap- pointment. Phone. 1899. Miss E. S.- CooX. PBITXTE HOSPlTAt. _ EurUm'i PriT.iU HoafiLM S. Phoiit Its. the WIMPOLE PRIVATE HQSt3" for Sortfcal, aod Mattroll> CUM. Oredaite, Mlu Ate.'tourti. Phone 134S. NURSING L. N. HOOKETT Tijnar of lone o.-dera wilh RiKh. or illlh street'south, died jtslerday. it of 58 days. Before returning ttie 'party vitlt Watenon l.aSes, iod spend sura lime there. School's'tarirf' on'Tuesday, but a i'two of the'tsil'clie'rs bad not ?-ri from the' eait o'nly'a short period observed: ''Principal Low Informs to llerald that there Trill bVttis Urge High school dans this year tiat th schooChafi ever had. lit'this depai rneot tiss Principal and Mr. Sml.ili w he the Instructors. Grwie. VIII.' w have over twenty to Blart hia late residence- at the Deceased leases a-widow and inine childrea io mouin Ills loss, the J. F. HAMILTON, 1 ud Laid Surrejor; Iiriga- U u n Utra ond Hydraulic a" fhoinas, Mrs. B. OB- B 8, Block. P.O. Boxiborne, Mrs. .T. Fairbanks, tt.rmnred..' "-_ Clara. Other rfiildrrn 'are Al-lat T'Ul rtis "ill protablr swell to t SURVEYING 6, Block. S57. phont Births and death, B e, Bloyd UUon la do'-vn In the agent's repo p- i; ting "on the Clirietle ran la'aoa flolshed on Tuesd 5144th Street S. Phone 457 We Have Our Full Line of Fall Millinery On Sale. Please Call and Inspect Lethbridge Millinery Co.Limited L. A. SCOTT, Manager CITY AND. DISTRICT Personal Mention L. A. Feiger south, to New Day. on this moralDg to'look over of ils farm property'at that point. Stirling Crops all Cut II. of Stirling, inariag- er of the low'a Kami, states that by tsht all the crops In his' district ll be cuV anil shbcUtd. Mill Receives Wheat tmrliig past day, four carloads of number one red .wheat Tiavc come n io the Ellison mill, and several cars of Northern have also been re ctived. Most of Ihe shijiments are criming from1 the Hirer and; Warner, and from the east.' Island, and Taher. The en- tire lot 1s by the mill as te- up to all grading shows the quality for mill- IE iop notch. No car shortage date, have beea reported to HIRKSJERS COMING to this cITrcl, and have sent to "fill -the nccUs, From'Coait to Harvest Field An eighteen-year-old chap was ar 'rested -in: the' wee smii' Iiovrs" morning for reposing ppactfuUy in a C. P. H. boi car. Maglatralo BltoTi dished out e. piece of luck to him. however, along ivith a wanifng and the lad later sncured ennrloyment in she harteh flelde" at Warner. Main Line Open Again Trains were held tip two days by the mud elide at- Field; B.C., which as reported iii yesterday's Herald. ul trains ?vero run oul from Calgary esterday. and iransferred to the boi'ind trains on the opyoslte ide of the obstruction. Today, how ver, irains are rejwrted ninntng n. schedule riglit through EDUCATIONAL The wiH taVe plare. Jn addltioD (o the wheat crop "Chria.tie have a good .stand of oats And trfct work; mcBicai ani enwriency. bouri; t L-2.30 p.a-; cveaing Mlsi K. L. Cunnlgbam, Superrliing BU S. (Bartlttt SL) ____________________________. Ion Monday aUerr.oon at 3.3ft, from OARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE-1lhe jnd wjl U rondiicfed Altorti Block LetTil-rldge 5ih St b3" Mr- ol S, "Daj- School, hours: 9-J2 a.m.; ciiurch, and-all the sons and daujh-[ easl of lown are claiming l.SO-4 p.m. Nfg'bt School, will attend. The many frirads o[ 1 the hefit crops in dlsULcl. acd Tuesdaj- eveningi, fiora 1 extend their sympathy! If is Batd that wheat on tfierfMm of DENTAL D DR. M. J. Dentist, ot Royal College of Dental Toronto, and bolder of a Dominion Cental cettlflcate. Office: Rooms 6 :and'6, Bryan block. Phone 1071, Oft. o. i. iMt of NortbvMtarn Unlreralty, 111. Offlce S-12; 1-5. H 12. ATTtJ Dentiat) to Drt. Stewart and Me- Hours to 5; Office, Hig- lobpthim BlotV. Piono 374. DH, E. O. .of Rdyal College of Surgeons, "Uojral College ol Pbyikiiarii (London) L. 8.. ?.20. .Students may enter at any j to the sorrowing time. Courees In Shorthand. wrEllny, Bookkeeping. Buafneaa Ar-1 llfcmellc, SpelHni. Writlcj, Correa-IMAJLEOD CANCELS Rapid Calculation, Pialo A. U. Hlher Principal Sir. Cllrncrois will go thlrtr bushels OPTION' GIVEN MORGAN TJiisinei! 1'hone Pl-orje 1521. 1315; ReaJdenco PAINTING Sftpf, only or 'importance IranaacUd at f j to the acre, and there will Be ftcros as good RS Thoro'aa Ander- son has ninety aerez yield i cJof ft to thirty and tho quality t haj some cJhlm to .the ,dlstl.n60on.t set .1 some fjRim TO .me BOL mtMs co-incll mwllus K.S the cac-j f forl'the- tfooi celletloo of the opttOB given to B.I, 11 fam ajl onc'6 anfl the DON'T tET ANYONE MAKE A NAME one TOii already I? If have It (.r.ijerly j .NEW IDEA was lots Iti the io tranRfer lot? si sty Hirc-e buthe.s.of No. i Haraly, io coturauracale witb Mr.-Hay, of the board of traile, re- garding the.-coaditlous of the labor market. Jlr; Hay inquired of the and they thnt the the Herald were- true and correct, and. iccprumecded that, steps lie taken -have nien brought in. 3Ir. 'Hay wired' Mi. Daly been and in all probability a small numr ofijot itss _1han 20 wit! be seat rath day. until the demand is sup- plied. Mr. Hay is of the opinion the shorlaec is aud ad- vocates that the.'farmcrs co-op'efatc with the employment "agencies at the Tjegihning of "the season, when "they Viiow approximately-juat how many men they "will seed for harvest, that the may he better pre- parecJ to supply their ivnnU. The mptoyment are doing all in heir power to help the isually to get p.oorf men. 'hey are a weal anil money aver for the tanner, and cost him absolutely nothing, as the employee lays for his job. Mr. Hay believes (hat next year sonic thing will te done in the way of establishing a special bur can-for airi- ng the farmers, which vril! fill a gap sLipplied by the agencies. Many aborer.s objrct the paying of a iollar, .aiid Mrcr .clear -of tbe em- ilfjyjjicnt-'meo. -The ultimate sola; iion, according'in Mr. Hay, is the organizailcn of a I'nitrd Varmers' ocal here, uhrn the situation will be as it is in Calgary at pres- ent. BRANDON PAPER CEASES PUBLICATION morning's issue, the Brandon Timea iia.i ceaaed puhliraUon. Lack of sup- port in advertlBfog, and from the pub- He genei-aHy, is given as the reason for "the disappearance oC the Times from tnt> morning Held, Some little lime Ihe publishers ceased: pub- lication of the Weekly Times, tiut henceforward a weekly ivill bo Issued them on Saturdays to te known as the Saturday Review. Sage Tea Puts Ufe and Color in Hair Don't Stay GnylSage Tex and SuTphur darkens hair na- turally that nobody, can tell :ufe of i clolh for. nee in Ihe oils Is beius made in France fr'jjii human' You .can turn gray, faded hair darlc' and IiiBtrouz almost over night If you'l] get 60 cent, bottle of "Wyeth's ann" Sulphur" Hair rtemcdy" at any drug store. SI ill Ion 5 bo'.tlts of this old. lamoca Tea Are sold rays a we.JHinown druggUtV here, becauee .It darkens the hair FO naturally and evenly that no one ran (ell It'has been applied. ..Those whoae hair isJ lurntn? gray, becoming faded, dry, and thin, have a eur- priiD 'awalOng _them, b-scause after one appHcallons the gray halr'TanJabefi and your loche become luxuriantly dark .and dandruff gofi zcalp" Itch in R and falling hair Tfiis is the ape. of youth. Gray haired, unattractive folKs aren't wanted around, gat busy with and Sulphur tonlgnl and 'you'll be with yourvdark, haod- somp hatr antl your: jouthfiil ftprearance within a few Sold .f. JX Hfgtnbotham A Co. 3.50 dii'i here on Friday raornlnj; at-, Be Burp io ihe-dniirgrat for Btrengfh oihine; U'is thin that lift aoM on tLe crioriey-bick j Threshing at H. IA Kolsom, cf the board of trade of Cardston. came In from the Ilils moroing. He reporta nxcellenl crop in tho Card. stnn dlalrict, pays t'nat everyone is highly c-laled ovftr the prospficts for good Threshing Js )ust com- mendDK at Cardeton, but the crops are {Tactically all cut. Mr. Mlebach't Crop M. K. iMlcbach brought In a hand ihMshCfl of hi? fiprlng morntng, Th-; srain was cii( c B airo. and la airrady li Is the finest color ami like a Xy. U" Mr. Mfpbach has no done any to commence in A few days. He had fine lample o( barley. AUCTION SALE ------ON------. Tuesday, September 9 AT 410 FIFTH STREET SOUTH. Oppotlte late Morrlt Thertrl, .commtnclnj at 2.JO sharp. Inttructed by the owntr, I will Mil the following Household Furniture BY, PUtUC. AUCTION Took Stove g rouble Bed IfeatJnK 'Slype Combination sJ.leboard 1 3 Chiffoniers .H and Standa 2 Kitchen Ciipboai.lK. 1 Wftsibing mnchino I hcsX I WRTdroljc I fio-Cart J Starlit A17 I Centre Springs and 1 Shiclo Reds 2 Folding Cntfi 1 Vcalhcr 2 Cans Dining Room Kllrhfn L'talra Arni ChnSrs I machine Kllchfn tiihles TERMS CASH Minils OH Clolh. carpets 1'lcturtfi; hou-o Cooking ntcnr-ITp Mfties, clc., clc. NO GUS NEIDIG, AUCT. ;