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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta >AQC POUR Monterey, the Scene Of Recent Floods LETHBttlDGE MARKETS Lethbridge; Sept. 18. Grain prices remain identical with yesterday's quatations. Dairy pro- ducts vary considerably, most of the local supply being obtained trom Eastern points. The following prices are quoted this morning: No. 1 Northern......... Jlo. 2 Northern......... Ko. 3 Northern......... No. 1 Alberta Red No. 2 Alberta Red Monterey, Mexico, Sept. thousand dead, ten to fifteen thous- and homeless and ten to fifteen mill- ion dollars' worth of. property des- troyed, is the estimated result of toe flood in this re-ion- In the city an area three miles long and four .blocks wide along the river is swept away. Rain is still falling, but the river kas fifteen feet during the nijrht revealing a state of desola' tion. Goods in every commercial house have been damaged by water eweeping through and above the roofs The loss to merchants is enorniotis. American Consul General Hanna has been busy getting data. The need of help among the poorer classes is urgent. The town is full of typhoid, due, to previous floods and the paired sewerage system, and it is feared that after the present inunda- tion is over there will be. a fearful epidemic. Thousands of men, women and children have been exposed to the elements for thirty-six hours, poorly clothed and with absolutely no pro- tection. BELGIAN HAS FAITH IN COOK i Dresden, Sopt. Oliviera, member of the executive committee of the Belgian Antarctic' expedition of who is now in Dresden, today the opinion that Belgian scientists generally had full confi- dence in Dr. Frederick A. Cook, who 1 won the esteem and" an American, the Belgian committee and the Belgian was a member, by his quiet and un- assuming demeanour, his integrity, and his determination. If obliged to judge between of I Dr. Cook and Commander Peary, Mr. Olieviera said he would place great- er reliance on the former.. Continuing, Mr, Olieviera said he No. 3 Alberta Red...... Oots, per cwfc................. Barley...................... Flax Cattle on the hoof: Steers, per Ib. 0 03X Cows, per Ib.........0 022f Hogs: Live, per cwt. 0 00 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Sheep: per cwt. 0 00 Dressed, per cwt.....1250 Butter and Eggs: Dairy butter 0 25 0 83 0 0 77 0 81 0 78 0 75 0 70 0 25 1 00 0 00 0 00 S 00 10 50' 4 50 15 00 Daily Herald Market Place anything to sell or to rent piace it it this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACANT Japanese boys want- ing situations, apply to P. 0. Box J., Raymond. 231-6 for country ter- ritory. Call on A. F. Calhoun, Leth- bridge.. Hotel. 235-2 j good men for concrete work. Highest wages. Steady work I or come at once. Apply Shannon Bros. Cassidy, Alta. 36-O was astonished at the similarity tween the two stories. be- Crearnery butter .per dozen Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. Onions, per Ib. Feed: Hay ,prairie Hay, blue joint Hides: Dry.............. 0 30 0 30 1 10 0 00 0 12 Cured............... 0 07% Rendered No. 1, per Ib. 00 No. 2, per Ib.......0 00 000 0 03X 10 00 13 50 0 14. 0 08% lady boot- keeper and 'cashier. Apply Manager Hudson's Bay Co. 236-6 WANTED TO and Mrs. Fred Grave wish to rent a room with use of piano in private family. Mod- ern. 320. Address 624 Burdett St. Phone 236-1 WAITRESS Dallas ho- tel. Must be competent. 236-0 good waiter at once at Coaldale Restaurant 236-6 CARPENTERS J, H. Wallace. Finder will please return to J. H, Wallace, Bur- dett St. 196-0 open faced chain attached. -Reward for return to Her- ald office. 231-0 toy dog Yorkshire terrier. Reward for return to Hudson's Bay Stores, Liquor Dept. ,232-6 black mare 3 years old; weighs about 1350, branded DA on right shoulder, from SMneman ranch 2 miles north of Stirling. reward for return to above premises. G. D. Stineman 232-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR new 5 room house in North Ward for less than cost of house. Two lots. Small cash pay- ment. Balance on time. W. H. John son, Room 5, Bryan Block. 225-0 FOR SALE new'seven roomeJ fully modern house eh near new Central School. Apply P. MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta Lum (her Co., Phone 225. 200-0 FOR snap, irrigated 320 acres, all under cultivation, 2 1-2 mil- es from Lethbridge, to who will buy stock, machinery and household furniture, or to, a cash in advance renter. 9 room house- stable, for 22 horses. Apply .Box A. P., Herald Office. 233-6 SNAPS BY THE WHOLESALE IN REAL Empire Land Co. have several thousand acres of choice farming land just placed oh the market, in blocks of 160 to acres. If it's'good land you are look- ing for, at a nominal price, call .or Phone -394. The Empire' Land Co., up- stairs, Ott Block. V 235-O MISCELLANEOUS WANTS span Hat. MADAM Teacher of piano- forte, organ and singing. Evening engagements" accepted as pianist, town" or country. Crabb. St. Howard- House, PROF. FRED GREVE- Piano and Harmony. of MRS. FRED her, out Violin. We as- sure everybody who takes lessons of us, rapid improvement in a very short We use the very best of 'methods. We will call at your jthe Creek strike of 1394, a strike for an eight hour day and a j {minimum wage of -a day It i was there that Sheriff j an army of deputy sheriffs CHILD LOST Sept. five-year- old child of Edward Atkinson of Kea ora has been lost since five o'clock fsixteea hundred strong who marched evening, and a'large numher Capture the miners barricaded on people are vdgorouslv for! Bull's Hill, But they were met by up to the homes. Present address 624 Bur-j that skirts this quarter of the t searching for present, nearly j the troops who were protecting the The At- miners and the miners won a signal kinsons live on the outskirts of the j victory. The. strike at Leadville among the lead miners followed in 1896 which was lost because troops were used midnight, without, avail. town and it is feared that the little J has straved into dense brusa] dette St. Phone 320. and is not able to find her way back. MONARCH GRAIN CO. REFERENCE: BANK OF MONTREAL7 J Members Winnipeg Grain Exchange and Toronto Board of Trade. Representing exporters, New York, Boston, Chicago, Montreal and lor onto. Also millers in Ontar o, and largest flax handlers .in. America We do not ask you to ship your grain unless our prices are better than other dealers. Write for any information, and getrour card on prices. Orders on. Winnipeg options carefully executed on reasonable margins. BALED HAY AND OATS In any quantity delivered in the City. Orders taken at A. Eastern Co.'s Store. Phone 103 P.O. Box 201 T: A: E A s T ON against the striking miners. He pic- tured the horrible inhumanity with which the prisoners were treated tell- j ing an unparalleled story of a miner who dying io. for a pciest i and was met with the response by i the "Make your confession hell." He went on to tell of .the last great j.strike that ended in the tragic trial, I how the troops were called out be- I fore jjhc slightest disturbance had occurred, of the formation of the) Citizens league aad this conspiracy j to defeat the object of the miners go- ing so far as to ihlow up the depot and attribute it to the miners. In this they did" mot succc-ed. Then fol- lowed the looting of the miners' store and homts and the deporting of four hundred of them left penniless on the prairie and forbidden to return. Com- ing his own trial Mr. Haywood told of the unwarranted seizure of "him- self and companions, of their long confinement in various prisons .and the terrible suspense of those eighteen months with the declaration of the chief justice over their heads from the beginning "You pass out of these doors alive." In conclusion Mr. Haywood stated that at that trial he was on trial for the working classes as well as for himself and urged the men present in his closing- remarks to stand by the principles of that organization and make it the splendid thing that it ought to be. Real Estate X For Having more laud than we wish to farm, we are offering for sale, at reason- able price, seven sections of choice land in Spring Coulee District, two to six miles from elevator. For information, write or call at my residence in Spring Coulee. Clara C. Thompson SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- j WEST LAND REGULATIONS i Any persoc wno Is tire sole head o; a family, or any male over 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-aectior ot available Dominion land in Hani coba, Saskatchewan v or Alberta. Tin applicant must appear in person n the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for .the district. bj i j ten years'" experience (groceries and ens, chicken fence and a cow sale. Inquire first house back- ofj Mavor Henderson's on Crabb 'St. 231-6 m England. Highest ref- erences. Reply stating wages to -Box No. K, Lethbridge Herald. 233-6 TO An office, of' three rooms 'in Acadia building, Redpath St Apply, on premises': to .The G. B. Bowman- Agency. 219-O LOST OR STRAYED FURNISHED ;let, in new modern .house. Terms moderate. Ap- ply Mrs. Jones, third house from Round on south side of Brunton St. 199-0 TO and washing. proxy" may be made at" any agency j Youn5 only; per month. Apply Mrs.: C. M. Holland, at head tar of intending .homesteader. months' residence apoi and cultivation of the land in. each of three years.v A homesteader rn'aj live within nine miles of nig home stead on a farm of at least 80 acrei solely owned and occupied by him o: by his father, mother, son, daughter brother or sister. In certain districts a in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his home staad. Price -per acre. Duties -Must reside six months in of six yeb.ra "from date of-homestead entry (including" the time required tc earn homestead and enltiyatt fifty acres extra. A homesteader who exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take pur- chased homestead in certain districts Price per acre. reside six months in. each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and a house worth W.W.OOBY. Deputy Minister of the piibli will not for. ESTABLISHED 11854 Merchants Bank of Canada I HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-np nnd Undivided Profits............... Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of OftfHt Savings Bank Department Lethbrvige Branch CoaMale Block, Redpath St. of new bridge. 223-Ox TO room, modern, suitable for two ladies or gentlemen. Apply' TTmori Grocery, store, opposite Barracks. 22? TO, furnished roo- tlemen. Apply 55 Argyle 'Ave. 230-O large furnished in new modern house. Apply E. Vv', Gamble, Westminster Road. 232-6 FURNISHED rent, one or two gentlemen. ..All conveniences. Telephone, etc. Close in. Apply 523 Crabb Street. 233-O FURMSKED monthly. Apply 12 to 3, 6 to 8 p.m. Mrs. Charles, 5th occupied house on Crahb street, south of London'..'Bd. 233-0 NICELY FtmNISHED able'for two gentlemen, 424 Smith St. close in. 235-6 FOR SALE BY TENDER ..TENDERS addressed to the under- signed are rinvited up to November 1, 1909, for the purchase of all or any portion of the practically new- barb wire fence around Townships 12 and 13 Range 20 West of the 4th The fence is' 36 railes willow, posts and droppers. .The highest or any tender hot ne- cessarily accepted. W. R. HULL CO., 235-26 Calgary, Alta. SUPERINTENDENT WANTED for Claresholm "vvaterworks and electric light and power plant. Duties to commence 1st of Appli-. cants to state qualifications and sal- ary expected, Apply Geo. Simpson, Claresholm. 231-6 my place ,o.n Aug. 27th, a sorrel mare branded 21 on right thigh. Owner can have same by paying for this ad. John Andrews. Sec. 27-13-21. 231-6 return of four mares 'branded LM on left shoulder, and seven geldings branded 7L on left hip. Notify A. A., Johns'on, Lethbridge, Alta., 209-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR of the finest and very best English Billiard Tables, made by the Brunswick Balke Call Co. Mahogany and rosewood legs. Mosaic inlaid cabinet and everything complete. Nearly new at half fac- tory price. Just the thing for :a swell club. Apply Sandahl Cigar Co. Great Falls, Montana. 3M FOR singing canar- ies. Apply 3rd house south of the Barracks on Ashmead. 236-5 FOR foot awning in front of former stand. Practically new. R. Sage. 217-0 GOOD CEDAR sale. Prices richt. The Creston Mercantile Co.; Ltd., Creston, B. C. 233-4 HALF BREED SCRIP FOR Located or unlocated, in quantities from 24Q acres up. Terms cash. Cor- invited. E. 'Moron- 529 btn" St., Edmonton, Alta. Phone 1996. FOR forty horse boiler, stationary work, also a few thousand good brick, that have been used. Ap- ply Manager Lethbridge Laundry Co. Phone 145. Box 477. 235-0 FOR 2 quarter cut oak bedroom suitee, and all house- hold furniture. Will sell cheap as must be disposed of at once. Wca. Hely. Rachel "Ward, City. 35-2 FINANCIAL MONEY TO amount of money to loan on city property, farm property or any kind of real estate. We buy agreements of sale arid first and second mortgages. Be sure and call on us when you want money. Empire Land Co., Block. Phone 594, Ott ?34-6 DRAY orders lor Graying of all'kinds promptly attended to. E. D, lieClere. Leave orders with John Cantin, Hill Block. 212-W, ;