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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta .The Lethbrldge Pally Herald, PROFESSIONAL CARDS solicitors. Office, adjoining M. John- .1 ABCHITECTS CHURCH McAR- H Commissioners. Alta. SH EPH Barristers, aiid Notaries. Money to Canadian. .Bank of ;W, C. Simmons; WM. ney Block. Late of Williams Bros., Architects, Detroit. F. B.. Room" Whitney Block. JAS. A. Hscdonald Block, Redpatb. Street, Lethbridge, ERNEST E. CARV-ER, IVLB.AJW.MiR. A, AJU., Sherlock Phone 1241. H. M. W. A. Architects. 211. Sherlock-Block, Leth- Room 14, Stafford fcriage, Phone 1438 -Honey to Block. Barrister, Soli- etc. i -and. '2, Money to loan.-" etc.- 4 AJberta- "Round.'Street ,R- Andrew >V GONTEACTOKS WfLLlAM and coa- tractor. Estimates free. Repairs and room 5, Bryan P. O. Box 512. T. K. and Build- er, estimates on all kinds of nothing too siaall, noth- Jng office.12-SO Gcurtland Street Si.-T :GA LB R hsisECgepn.' Accoucher.- --J-S p.m. Office 914Hed- Street .phoae 1253.- St, ml; 3-3; -7-S. Art stone sfils and lintels made to detail. Con- crete .blocks and -brick always on hand. H. J. Goode Co., Concrete St. U.; ROOSEVELT OR SHERMAN Fight for Control of New York State is Now on New York, Sept. the re- turn today cif Theodore Roosevelt from his -western tour, the struggle between the old rule and the pro- gressives for control of tfce 'Republi- can-state convention looms larger up- on the'political horizon. Both sides iaye been conducting a "quiet cam paign for delegates during uis .absence the result .of Tuesday's primaries in New York, BuCalo. and DENY f, CANADIAN CHARGES 'rt. Chlof of Govtrnmunt Burwu of U, 8. Can Emigrate to Dominion If Thoy WUh That foycrnment Unittd will in. a large-measure. determiai .whether the selection by, the stats committee; of. Vice-President Sher- man ratified, or, rejected in velt. both factions fess confidence in theft abilitv in as temporary ciairmaa.shall be tlfipQ AV rpifWi-.fV? i-n nf pro- to win. Of the twenty odd counties 'in Tvmch delegates have already been chosen, -132--are' said to favor Sher- man and 109 Roosevelt. Second and third class cities will hold their prim aries Sept. 'MUSIC Stafford block.. Of- 11-12: i-3; 7-S.30. .Office s'315; ;Eesldsace, 1090.." MADAM pian- ist. At.'liberty engagements, dramatic and vau- Bupils taken in pianoforte -voice Cello by lady ('graduate.) 'Hiss .Norman, teacher of dancing: 622 CrabVSt 143-O C. Block, ;corner u-iyn rsnd'7-'Boat 7-S.30.' -and Sur- 'Office HiginbothaiiL- Block; Residence 410, Ernest MR." J. W. given in voice cultivation, organ and' piatio forte playing -and, theory.-Candidates "prepared, for examination's" 'of tife soeiated' Board the Royal A cad- effiy and of Music. 710 Plione 42-0. .Sept YORK SEARCHES IK VAIN FOR ENOUGH CHORUS GIRLS, Supply of Young Women to-Work in .Musical Comedies isj Short. Ne are so ew. chorus girls 'New "ork that at-least one musical show which was to -be sent, but with a large chorns either .ipostpone its open- Ing until it, "is to get ".a new crop of girls or will abolish.its' 'chorus musical shows .with iarsre -chor uses are in view city; All -hut one, .date: last, summer from the, preceding" 'season. when the. managers have .-just begun to..make, their the supply.pt chorus girls exhausted- "I do not. mean to say .-.there; is a chorus girl, ,in. the country, ...b'ut" I do know that' of 'the kind, required in- Broadway productions there to from Ckti- ada, made in varfoua Canadian, nfiwepapere, Is Baldwin, chief of bureau o'i. of., de- partment and labor, and by -F. BT. Lamed, commiggibn- >r of -.immigration..; .Tho, harre, wMbh> reached Washington was made by the Saskatchewan pub-" icity; .which H. M.- Weir- is in. and-. ..seems to have fortli what may -be a :battle pf -publicity ea'us. George H. Gall general manager; of the Canadian Vest bureau, took' if r. Weir's government; officials in Washington, with tte he met. with a general along the line. Mr. Gall -believes that Americans ought to Canada if they want to and fle does not. "believe that the American government -Is trying to put any bb- in the way of their so: Baldwin, chief of lements In own particular sphere are highly economical and efficient CAND >OR SALE POR SALE' OR Fine fruit ranch of ten acres on the shores ot beautiful Kootenay, Lake in. the leart of famous Kaslo fruit dis- trict. ,Water, (fine mountain ;also iratef' piped .under vfor. teneral Turposes. Six acrw orchard bearing; al- Tiro acres, used pait years. First 26 otntii inMt-tion whtn, not in- PLEASE >AY IN ADVANCED VACANT room In tully modern for two gentlemen; half block from Central School: it 623 Coutts tor-town and countryl Apply .T. W: (XT. and In the manufacturers' bureau of of and who is in. charge of the publication' of ill. trade'-and' consular reports, denied that, there -is for tlie as- sertiori publicity committee.: Bald- win- pointed: the -daily con- ular reports, which go to every news- paper in" the United States "and-; tor most, 'of the-.1 manufacturers of .the" country, almost daily' somei avorable reference to the Mr., assistant commissioner general of irtunigratiori, uthe ab: ence 'of', the: commissioner general, aid -department had no figf ure's relatives to" any Americans urning from" the Canadian .west; Ho had seen., some articles in' the news- he said, alleging ".that Ameri- cans were dissatisfied "'with the Can- adian trat so far as" the govern-: meht was cosc'erned, 'he khow.of notn- ing. -which.1 could" "substantiate such and laborers and bush The .Michel, Saw .Mill, Co shore (boats all call when..flagged) telephone seryice and "graded road tc town, tiiiree "miles; and1 poat-office within half ideal home-and vciiniate and most'profitable industry on earth; Three room house and outbuildings. Wo'rtk and will-soon advance Price tor quick --aale, balance 3 years; -6 .per .cent. or.will exchange lor No. 1 wheat laid.. Address Kootenay Valley C. 203-6 acres fruit land locat- ed'dtt-the Moyie Kootenay, 3 mUfts frpnvKingsgate or 6 miles from Curzon function, 1 acre ernment road. through property, river alongside. Clear .title. Price per acre: Apply to the joint owner