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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta me UTHBRIDQI DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, SEPTCMBER n, INI OO YOU know that Westminster Road in the North Ward offers greater inducements to tie moderate investor than I1 1 M f any otheir parl of Lethbridge t, i, JTI if L II has built up and advanced in value over 100 per cent, in the twelve months, and will increase 100 per cent, over present values in the next twelve months Vw is the time to buy Business Lots for use and for Speculation, SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 75. AND 76 North Westminster Road Lots According to size and loca- tion Half cash, balance 3 and 6 months, with 8 per cent. interest West Q O tt td ca Z s H CO 22 21 20 19 IES 00 1-4 -v Holmes Street Lots each East South The North Ward has a population of nearly Think what this means, and Half cash, balance and 6 months, with 8 per cent interest GET BUSY can, Phone, OP write The C. B. BOWMAN Agency Acadia Building Street Phone 200 COWAN'S. PERFECTION COCOA (MAPLE LEAF LABEL) Its richness and exquisite fiavorgive an added delicious- ness to homemade "sweets" and dainties. Be sure you get COWAN'S cocoa with the Maple Leaf Label. TEE COWAN CO. LIMITED, TORONTO. hall, who told him that he -would den off to make enquiries about, the lie eork on the. business''end of the pay him 25 cents per ton on the coal orders. He would lose if the electric contract "would go through. He re- fused and the contract did not go I through." Pilcher., agent of the Canada Foundry Company testified t that "bis company tendered for boil- ers. He was told by the boiler in- spector that he would have to pay .anti refused, whereupon the tender was awarded to the next high- er, tenderer. 133 TEN THOUSAND FOR TEN ALDERMEN Sensational Story of Graft In Montreal 'investigation. Montreal, Sept. 10. More sensation- was given- at this', after- He could only remember the names of Aldermen Martin, DuQuette and Le- j One WHHTA Whitla, Sept. S. Richardson, general merchant, of Whitla, carries a stock of general merchandise and his business shows that prices are right. noon's aession of the Royal Commis- sion. W. ICcLea Walbank testified that time the company was en- deayoring to. secure a contract from the. city for street lighting he was ap- Glair as being on the list: He thought Aldermen Proulx, Coutre arid Manor were also on the list but he was not positive. Walbank was of the opinion that this "refusal to put up for the-elec- near Whitla has about trail, but as he never came back to claim his property the fear, was ex- pressed that, he had been thrown and either killed or so badly injur- ed" that he could .not assist himself. The Mounted" Police took up the case and after many .days of pains- taking search eventually recovered the stallion running, loose and traced Rodier's progress across country by foot to Coleridge from -which point he disappeared simultaneously with the -departure of an east bound freight'train on the night of his ar- rival there. No theory can be advanced as to the Young Frenchman's reasons for acting so he had prob- ably communicated-with his in France; by this time. friends a dozen children, about eaougii for a. There is no school yet at at The settlers around en- titled to .a.'daily mail when foiir pas- senger trains pass by daily and it SHEATHED THE HAT PIN feion funds had something- to do with oily costs a few cents to carry the -the failure of "the company to secure a renewal of the contract from the city. He also testified, that at the mail bag less, than a hundred yards. This will be .a case for investigation. An Amusing Incident In a Marian- bad Restaurant ilxmdon, Sept. Edward returned. from Marienbad greatly ben efited by the cure, which he has f61- for the new Post-Office Inspector since with'-strict attention. preached by Alderman Narviere with (time the city was negotiating with ident at iLethbridge. A few evenings before the King's the' .proposition that he should sub- the company to replace the ''steam F. Sturn liveryman at Whitla. j departure from Marienbad there oc- scribe ten thousand dollars towards! pumps at the water works with elec- the- election funds of ten alderman.'trie pumps, he was approached by a a. list ol whom was furnished him. coal dealer much in pin. The lady laughed, the husband bowed, and the cautious neighbor re- turned to his seat. PROPOSE MONUMENT TO SIR W. LAURIER To Be Erected During His Lifetime and to Bear, the Famous "Finish" Slogan Montreal, committee! -has been organized by Messrs. J. H.1 Beaudoin and J. H. Casavant for the purpose of collecting funds to defray erecting of a monument to Sir Wilfrid Laurier at St. Lin, his native ipaish. -''It is proposed to erect this monu- ment wiring his lifetime. On ,thc pedestal the organizers design to have engraved in the stone the famous slogan ,originated by the Montreal Herald and adopted throughout the ominion during the last Federal elec- tions Laurier finish, bis work." It is proposed that every province shall contribute to this' national work. MANITOBA SCHOOL BOOKS ORDERED IN SCOTLAND And The Government Has Signed Contract-For Ten Years. Double Duplex Orates Sask M'Claws Fuel-Saving Scheme Sask-Alta, Double Orates will save you fueL .Grates are separate, aa shown In Illustration. This allows ashes to'be removed fromi one end of fire-box without disturbing In other end. frequently there are more ashes in one end of fire-box than In other. "When ordinary long grates are used ajood coal to one end of fire-box Is shaken down with ashes in 25 Remember this feature' I a patented. Therefore D o n b 1 Duplex Grates are to be found only on Saak-AJta. Steel Range. DIARRHOEA, DYSENTERY, COLIC, STOMACH CRAMPS, CHOLERA MORBUS, CHOLERA INFANTUM, SEASICKNESS, SUMMER COMPLAINT and all LOOSENESS OF TEE BOWELS MAY BE B.AHDLY EFFECTUALLY CCHRED BY THE USK OF DR. EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY The medicine with a record of cures extending over 65 years. Yon don't experiment when you buy it, _itRS. Josrptt MATCHKTT, Ont.'-vnites; gives me much pL-asnre to you ol the-wonderf n! benefit I have found in yourmedicine. the lives of IltOe ones. They all took the summer complaint and were v.-rv -with it. The baby would take fits, and after trying many remedies, which -were of 110 use. I suggested shouldtry Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry. After girjng tnem one bottle I found a jreat change, and now my little onrs are an -wcH .is ever. e have never been without it sines, and I have recommended it to my friends." Ont., I take jrreat pleasure to send you this testimonial of what Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Ptrawherrv hss don- in w family. JVIy little girl, three years old, took summer complaint nnd Ws nearly dead, other remedies failed I thouKht of yonr remedv. Tho dose gave relief and the third cured her. My son had diarrhoea and "a few Ktopped it ngnt a.way. a advise all mothers to have a bottle of 'Dr. Fowler's' on all tne time. Jt is a Brand medicine for young and old. and Tcannot recommend it i- o troiiWe at oact" bowela Become too loose. A few doses will check the Refuse Price 35 ctfc They're Dangeront. only by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Out. soon be busy locating- settlers in curred at a restaurant at which" he :the townships ,soon to be thrown j was dining an incident which had j open, for settlement to the.south of origin in the recent agitation ag- VVihitla. i ainst the dangerously long- pins with extra gang- of the C. P. R. have j fasten modish big hats on their heads, have been located at Whitla for ai fasten their mo'dish big hats on their 'Winnipeg, Sept, a meeting! few days. well-known woman, accompanied j of-the ministers of the local govern-! A prairie fire was started by a pas- by her husband, entered the restau-lment this morning it was decided to j senger train, but was extinguished be-! rant, the lady wearing a large fea- accept the tender of Thos. Nelson! Steel Range LETHBRIDGE AGENTS Stafford-Agnew Co. fore it reached the lumber yard. t thered hat a very fero- AVm. JMkcKonzie, one of the pioneers cious-looking pin. A man sitting and Sons of Edinburgh, Scotland, for] the supplying of a. primer, first and (If out of town write us.) railroad for several kilometers has for alleged speeding, and detained Juan river and La Cruz. j of Claresholin, who lives now about j near by evidently considered the pin j second" reader which books are now two miles south-west of Whitla., just' too near to be pleasant. He rose from j being distributed free to the school j completely disappeared between SariPresident Taft for a few minutes. came here about June 1st, and has j his seat, took a cork, went gravely children of Manitoba. Their's was' no crop but has ten acres broken up- to the lady, bowed, and placed I the West and most satisfactory ten- jnow, and will have about fifty acres] i in crop next year. He just dug j holes in the sod and raised potatoes, j onions, peas, and other garden stuff. jit all did well and extra well for tha jso'il, cultivation. HE WASN'T LOST i Young Rodier Traced by Mounted Pc- isce to His Outfit and Went East Medicine Hat, Sept. News says: The Mounted Police have at last been, successful in tracing young Rodier's movements, since he, appa r- ently took wings to himself and dis i appeared off the face of the out i near Putnam ra.nch, in the Gros Ventre district, about Aug. 1. be remembered that he pur- chased a team and outfit and struck out south .to a homestead on which b.- that one horse anii tc wagon were, found out in Gros Ventre a few days later. Tt, wa? supposed- that he had mounted the horse, a black stallion, -and rid- TOOKE'S COMES IN 2. 2X AND 2 FOR 250. iUSO IN IRON FRAME TOOKEBflOS. LIMITED, MONTREAL MAKERS OF COLLARS. TIES, verrn IMPORTERS OF MElTft FURNISHINGS. 4 der submitted. The contract is a, ten year one, and goes into effect; Jan. 1, the present readers be-! ing used up until that time. I The president wfas driving "from Beverly to Haverhill to see Associated Justice Moody. The constables did TERRIBLE DEVASTATION IN PARTS OF MEXICO TAFT IS HELD UP FOR GOING FAST not recognize the occupants at first, Newburyport, Mass., Sept. Taft expressed regret that became known here today that fourhis car had been traveling at a speed constables, operating an automobileconsidered faster than the limit and "speed trap" in Newbury last instructed his chauffeur to drive held up the presidential automobileslower. Monterey, Mexico, Sent. Word was received yesterday from Xicot- enoatl, in the State of Tamaulpias, that the entire country was inundat- j ed along the Tampico branch of the Mexican Central railroad between the San Juan river and La Cruz. Several towns report loss of ranging from a few up to five hund- red persons in some instances. Be- low Xicotenoatl all the plantations on the Tames! river were destroyed j and several towns wiped' out. The destruction along the San Juan xiver was almost complete. A relief train left here yesterday with, provisions and clothing. All the irrigation. works in and around Matamoras have. been ruined and will involve a loss of millions of dollars. The Ta- mico branch of the Mexican Central I One 19 a Solid, Hardened, Lasting Mass, without a Hoop or Seam. Many other Exclusive Features arc Yours, too, when you Positively Persist in getting Eddy's. All Good Grocers can'supply in ;