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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTFi: LETITBRinCK DAILY HERALD Wednesday, 20. 1! K. VOTE FOR BUCHANAN AND 1CTO 5 P.M. STARLAND Where Everybody Goes This Program Uoats 'Em All Big Special Feature: "FOREST KOMAXCU." ELOPEMENT A icream of Drama. WAITING AT THE CHURCH "y R. E. WILLIS ATTRACTIONS White Slave Traffic Films Romeo and Juliet Cow- boy and Indian Frontier Celebration Mutt and Jeff. WILL MOVE THE ISOLATION HOSPITALfROM THE MINT Recommended by Medical Health Officer Property will be Expropriated for Reed Street St. Panics in Matters Before Council in Regular Session The Royal Line Next SaHlng. Montreal: GEORGE ROYAL GEORGE UOtAL. EDWARD ROYAL OEOHOE Xmai EDWARD GEOKGB f Rate SEPT. 20 OCT. 4 OCT. IS NQV. 1 NOV. 15 Halifax NOV..29 Dec. 13. of Passage'- from Further information from S. B Mitchell, Agent C.P.Ry; H City Ticket Age., G'N. Ry.. or wrile to A. H. DAVIS, 272 WINNIPEG gTREET GENERAL AGENT, 'i FARMERS HOLD i THEIR BARLEY" Could Get Five Cents in Advance Thirty-Five j Toronto, Sept. fact hay uV- veloped in connection wiui the brew- ing mid malting industry of this pro- vince, which affords u significant in- dex lo tlie attitude of a large body of farmers toward the question of reci- procity. A prominent maltster states that at this time of year it is Ai tlie regular session of the City I'oimcil yesterday afiyrnoon, tho much-troubled ituesllon ot' tho loca- tion of the Isolation Hospital mine up through of Dr. DeVeher. j city medical health officer. The re- port, which follows, is self-explana- tory in this rogard: "I have the honor to present my for the month of August. "During Ihv month two of scarlet fever were admitted to tho Isolation Hospital, and one dlsclwrs- Ths milk byres have been found in j I a fairly suttefactory condition, and j [tlie milk ranges higher in butter fat than during July. j "1 regi'et to say that matters in tlie vicinity of ;he isolation Hospital i are anything but satisfactory. houses to ilie west are yi full blast, and the cull's of the frequenters of these houses at the hospital lire nu- merous. In coivseqiioncc of this, I nave the resignation of matron, -Miss Cindy, to take effect on Octo- ber 1. I regret this, as she has prov- ed a mcsi efficient, capable and the works and property committee, brought down u rep-M-i, advising that tho roof he repaired at a cost o and ihnt the work he doii'J at pure. A. Henderson and Co. submitted their figure for looking "Her the aud- iting of Ihe-' ho-jpilal. school board and board of- mult1 accounts monthly. Tlwy will du tin1 work for ?l.OOO per iiunum. Alii. Gpode put I through a motion that W. U. Wing, chartered accountant, be given au op- portunity to tender on tlie work he- lore any agreement was made. Lamb will be given permis- sion So have his saddle IIOITV kept lit tho city as his work now us tnmni officer entails a great deal of patrolling requiring the use of a CLAIMS SITE OF WILMINGTON Spokane. Sept. Mrs. Mar- iiur.ot. y, 70 years of ago, resident of who claims (o be a of Tbonms Shaw, who took Ohio Iuuil In part payment for his ii'ryluoft as a soldier In tho Revolution- iry War, tins retained loot! 'counsel to nstlluto proceedings to xaiu pom of acres of land. Including lie siio ot the city of Wilmington. If. W. Rich luis received from .Mrs. Hay lie Kovurnmenl's acknowledgment of lie While on of l.OOQ acres by Shaw, on Vngust 10, 17S7. and the.record of the government survey 1794, also let- ers from tlie secretary of the depart' 1 of Uie interior, saying thvii. (no suit to title must be tried In the ourts of Ohio. Other documents, in- chiding a letter I'rom Colonel Theodore Hoosovelt, then president of the United Status, suiting that the patent IK being held by tho government, awaiting tho appearance of the heirs. Mrs. Ray says, were given to Attorney Prank Mills, of Wilmington, who is now an ininato of ihe Ohio asylum for the insane, probably are lost. ALPHONSO PROCLAIMS GUARANTEES SUSPENDED Madrid. Sept. Alfonso to- day issued a decree suspending con- The health officer regard- ing the disposition of Chas. L-sish- man, an incurable, who lias been confined to the hospital for .several istitutionul guarantees throughout mouthy past. -The Council will en-j Spain. This is equivalent to declar- cteavor to to hav-a Mug the country under martial law. this man taken care of in the .Medi-iThis act, luis been under con- cine Hat hospital for incurables. 'stderntion for some days, was taken mm SEEMED ONJP Eneij Other Treatment Filled But "Fruit-a-tlves" Cures OtANDl! Jan. 2nd, 1910 "My wife trad, dislreiwd for three years with chronic on the hands, ami the disease wis so severe that italmoct prevented her from twinj her hands. The doctor gave her seven ointments to use, but none of them did good. He also advued her to wear rubber gloves "nil she wore out three Mire without getting'any benefit. As last .retort, I (Krsnadeil her to try and the effect was marvelloul. Not only did "I'ruit-a- entiiely cure the Kczenm. but the.Asthttiit, which she suffered from, was also completely cured. We both attribute our present good health to N.JOUmjRT. "Pmit-a-tivei" will always cure Eczeuii or Salt Rheum because "Hruit- a-tivel" purifies the blood, corrects the Indigestion and Constipation, and tone! up the Nervous System. is the only medicine in the world made of fruit juices and valuable tonics, and is the treatest of mil blood-purifying remedies. 50C. a for trial 250. At all dealers or frotn Fruit-a- lives Limited, Ottawa. MORE LIBEL SUITS AMONG THE POLITICIANS .Montreal, Sept less Ihan fiv suits alleging libel have already bee: entered in the present electoral can; paign. the Intest lo enter the lists be- li t li wH DOMINION i, I ti A. Rafton-Canning appeared in per- Lveest and Moat Modern Steamerl in Canadian Trade. NEW S. 8. LAURENTIC NEWS. S. MEGANTIC Abnut Tons Electric Elevators. Skilled Orchestras. Small Tables in Dining lloom; Ward-! rohes, Chest of Drawers; Electrio been harvested, and most of it linue. The houses of ill-fame and tiers for tire construction will j threshed. Under ordinary dreum-! the hospital cannot be run side by tailed for immediately, stances the major part of ihe pur-j side. If the houses cannot be totally ichases would now have beeu made.: abolished. I should that j son .to protest against allowing itin but this year, srrauge to say. there is j point b-e given over as a restrict- i crary photographers from coming into practically no barley offered for sale, j ed district, the hospital sold, and the city, taking pictures, and having The reason is ihe very simple one, another more suitable building be er-i them finished in other cittes, to the that the farmers are convinced that ifi ected in sonve more quiet and retir-. detriment of the photographers al- reciprocity passes there will be a j ed district." I ready established here. They seem Hraters. Unsurpassed Accommodation for All} marked increase in the value of. their] This was .considered by the Couii- _ barley, and almost ro a man they, are i cil to be a most important matter, (holding their grain until after Sepi-j and .without, .ember 21. .-l.: The best on .'the ship at moderate rates. Third class also; berthed in com- fortable rooms. i or Adams moved-that the Works-anti continued' Propem committee bung in a ie j the. speaker, "we were buMns? bailev j port u the jext meetma ot the Conn about 65 cents per bushel. We cil, giving, locations of r.ew it-as this year advanced -the price to for the buildings cents'in the.hopes ot inducin, -holders to sell, but wiih out appreci able effect. There have been two drops in the United States, and Fire Chiefs Report Another matter was brought to the. attention of the Council Cbfef as a consequence, the rulm- puce fori Is also explained in a good quality of in ihit com hls whlch follows lanrentic-Sopt. 5, Sept. 30, This duterence of J report for %our m Canntla-Sept. 12, Oct. 7, November; 4.] cents; .between the Canadian and formation th it I hue usUed the 16, Oct. II, [erican price is about represented by 23, Oct. IS. .tne amy and freight, and the Canad- Sailing from Boston, New York and ?hiladelpUa to Queenstown, Literpool Plymouth, .Cherbourg South- ampton, London, Dover and Antwerp, by AlfERICAI? RED LINE LBTlfAND WHITE STAR the World- OLYMPIC W. r AC e Portigo. S. ian farmer, not unnaturaUy, imagine: tbat his -barley, which is-seneially of higher grade than a higliei the American rate if he has access to the American market MONTREAL CONSERVATIVES SUPPORTING Montreal. Sept. 19 T .'C. L-ee, president of Rose and Lafiamrae.'lvid. CHINESC OPPOtC CDIcaflA, on the present. and one of the reasons for the dlaturbftneei raited Against injperiat rnent in thje-Sze.Cbdnmtpcoviiice, wiiicb are nnmadng CbdMtML pire wm Em- In hold of MI in interaai as well }t external tronbie js bf who cit of for development hnd progree, and wix> deelre to keep the couattr at a. s4andstHI. vac nlear from ftie-conditions-OBtlined by IMr.. Calinun. and an iiiflnential and-highly respected business, man; is g cpmpauy, with s-t the present election: on the leetion of recipVotity. "U it, vere for said "I would be %odng Tgainst flje government at tills election as at' others, but considoHng the pre "3 ient trade pact oh t.he broad basis of theatres picture shows of this city from time to time, and have on several occasions found the passages and aistes blocked with peo- ple. 'I am very desirous that bylaw Xo. 52 -should have a clause to over como this. I doubt in mj mind but what in good order from -the -fire -point of view, but -I feel I am tbe person entrusted with ROCITYlthe protection of life, as well as of j property, and know that, should an explosion of films occur in the op- erator's booth, som2 person is to shout and this is enough a panic and thereby cause a ICMS of life. "The above happened about two ago American city, .when Ni lives lost, and wlien there was .n-o danger whatever, gentlemen I A ish to prevent nj ing; to to liavy been j-vadiug the per day license required, so the matter will be taken up .wUJi the Chief lice. The report of the financial condi- Jtion of the Board of Trad'e was receiv- !ed and filed. These reports ..will he submitted monthly ih' future. AM Good-a again the matter of the engineerivliavjng his report in the hands of the members of the Council several days before the i-egiilar' meeting of. the. Council, the) noffld. be m a position to deil Mith propeiJy This -is embodied m a motion put through list and the engineer pf the tact The Works and- Property .committee will look into the matter'of'placing an extri set of weigh scales in the north pirt of the in the cmH-v of th No five hall There has oeen felt a growing need of this the piat and. the mit: ter uiil "be remedied in the n-ear future REVOLUTIONARY STRIKE AT VALENCIA, SPAIN tifti'nst Mr. A'lord. :md .Madrid, Sept. general strike RainviIIe for Slim which has behind it revplutlonary anp- port, has broken out. at Valencia, a maritime city of Spain, 190 miles southeast of Madrid. Martini lav has been proclaimed and the streets are occupied by troops. Telegraph wires out. of Valencia have been cut, Just before' communication with the city was broken off it was reported that serious disturbances had occurred. The population of Valencia Is about 1000. enil candUIiUe for St. Mary's di-tehm. {has brought suit for damages -Mr. .1. u. ifjaiiiRt .Mr. A. Geoffrey. .It will be recalled also that ft .suit is pending between Air. Bourassa.and the Liberal candidate for Hociielaga, Mr. L. A. Blvct, PRESIDENT SIMON'S OPPONENT DEAD St. Thomas, >B. W. Sept. eral An tenor Firmin, who desired the poet of Haytlan minister at London, to help overthrow President Simon, of Haytl, died hare today. GOOD ADVICE FOR ALBERTAJARMERS Don't Sell Your Land Un- til After Sept. 21 Says an American Steve [sonant, a prosperous tanner, living east of CnrstnirB, IB in receipt a marked record from C. C. Cham- bers and Co., of Minneupolis, and a icrBOiinl letter from F. O'Alara, u noniber of the and nn old friend of .Mr. Leonard's. Mr. O'Mara IB dir- ectly inlerented In Alberta lauds, hav- ng about two thoustuul acres! near Red Willow, AHa.v which ho. is hnprovIiiK nore and more every year. Mr. O'- Mara. aays: 1 am aumling yon envelopes to'en- close sauiuloB of grain, so.if the pact' ea you might shiii a car of wheat or oats or barley. Chambers will get tlie money for ft-in this market, Surnl sample by mail. It is taken on he floor the chamber of commerce nd sold to tho highest bidder. Yon get all the results, less commission for .elllug and freight. State weights and low inspection goes. Men and com- mission houses nil under state bouds do the right thins- I tell, you the armor has things Uxed up good hero o cut out the middleman In this mar- et. I expect to ship grain from tho aucli at Red Willow, Alta., here this inter, as this market grades better ban YO.U can ship barley ere now, pay duty, and get more mou- y Tor it than at Winnipeg. "Regarding the sale of the land you about, tell Air. S. he had better till afier reciprocity passes; then think he will do much better. Rv- ryone ia waiting to see what Canada DCS regarding the pact, and if pass- d, there will be qui-e a rush up there rom Minnesota and the D.ikotas. I ell you, Steve, it's n shanio ihcy had mix dJrty politics in a Question of ich vital interest to Wosteni Canada. Had to laugh nt tho Herald ent me. Trying to scare you with tho d bogeyman, 'Uncle. Sam will get Nobody thinks of annexation here." A. -lack, manager of the Lcth- Co.'s warehouses, lent (he iasf. coupkl of days on a isincss trip to Raymond.________ S DRIVE TO SPOKANE its effect on national prosperity, I feel that I must support it. "The; Conservative speakers, in dwelling so'-muoh upon annexation per- lii do seenia to me, because they good arguments to urge ag- ainst reciprocity. It seems to me that ia (he -present election they liave ad- Spol ane U ash Sept 11 six hundred miles by from tie Arctic Ocean MI the MafcKenzic aisles and passages clear. to Spokaiie'Ms a tiu> to be under- mi I been asked for tiken the In F S Dou- 11 Mlpu u'icli coders tins when I ling of Lpolnnp who is piospectmg on objected'toilsome fifty, people stand-1 the delta of the northern stream an. ing in bha of above (along the shore of the sea. Writing 'from Fort McPhorson, Dowling says in To Reduce Our Large Stock of Mclaughlin Carriages Democrats, Delivery Rigs We are making a special cut in prices front September 2Qtfi to the end of October. This discount applies to cash sales only Reed Extension After long months of negotiation the Council at last finds itsoK in a opted a policy 'anything and every-j position to proceed with the openin beat JLaurier." "The manufacturers may have a fear :hat if the present government is re- turned to power, the tariff will be re- duced on other articles than those mentioned In the pact, but I do not see ;hat they have any warrant whatever for that view." OF CANADA ejouw Spent the Balance Don't spend all you like and save the balance tWre is any, you spew! the rest. few years, will be the difference Save whM you know The difference, in 3 between pwrerty and independence. Account now, in this Bank, It will mate Mtln OMatMTi HlG. R. TINNING, Manager. ttlfUnc A, M. Roieti, Acting Manager. C. W.Luckhtrdt. Manager. a letter to acquaintances in this city: "There liave'boen but'few white men over these Arctic those who hiave made the trip have told BO little of Ihe street AH tlle "f not "'f" "le of proper! v owners, bnt the "'olest lljeil lvhilt ll Srhool Hoard, have signified their tllc at Athabasha lo abidn In- th-e offers of Alberta, Canada, the, tnp the Council for their property. of wine h can- terdov. J. F. Hamilton jvrote, hc :l Iettcr ot Ing thai te wonld sell ihe fortv-two :IenElh- ll bool! of feet off his propcrtv to of to j Co-incil fur if they wo-.ld -ivs.11" to the subject. I'.hav-e ar- I him the six'feet of .Mr. Chtawick's to pass several pros- which is no use to i but .If all goes well, I uh.ill and if wonld agree to relieve the trip to Spokane ..with my him of anv special frontage tax slods dur'nE v.-.nter. .Ihe-improvement intended. His offer gives, no indication ot his was accepted by Ihe Council very j success or failure 'in finding ground of vsadily, aa his first offer on his pro-'lTaluo llle tar northern district. perty way 11.080. j Tire City Council and Ihe School Hoard will fight the matter out in j the court-.i apparently. The demand i of lhc Board is in the 'neighborhood Chicago, Sept. persons of The Council has offered falling signs' and and th-a olf-ar was refused. roof0i wires and trees In all All the correspondence In tlle matter nt lhc woro has been lurned over ,o the City So lllnny Buildings daniagcd In a llcllor, and he has naoii Instructed ,vindslonn accompanied by a to B" ahead-with the closing of the lienvy Or which struck deals for live property, and lo Almost the Fish and Tudhope Wagons We have still a few of these standard Wagons left at Clearing Sale Prices. Call before they are all gone A TORNADO STRUCK THE WINDY CITY ceed wltli the expropriation of tho school properly. Repair Woollen Mill j TV.'a caretaker of Iho wooll-en mill wrote, stilting that. roof of lhc building ta in very Ijml condition, and entire northwest side of was in darkness anU mpny.residences were cut1 off from tnlephonn' connections. Ilascmonts down town were floodori n nd several plato glass windows were blown lu by Lhc wind. Turkey Red Seed Wheat Just 200 bushels left. Price a bushel. Double cleaned in heavy sacks We will tent a portion or the whole of our cellar for storage or wholesale Dimensions 26'xlOO'; concrete walls 18" thick; floors 5" with 1" finish. Frost proof, elevator, etc. HYDE SAUNDERS P.O. Box 112 Telephone 1244 ;