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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO THE HERAUO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, II Daily Herald Established IM7 Published by the Daily Herald Print- ing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening office, Aouiid St., Lethbridge, "Alberta. Canada. A. BUCHANAN -Manaetng Director and Editor Subscription Rates one year, delivered six months; delivered 2.00 Diiity. three-months, delivered 1.00 Daily, one Dxily, one year, by mail 3.00 sis months, by mail 1.75 -Daily, three months, by mail.....85 sses changed as oheu as de- but, both new anci old ad- 5 must be of the weatbcr last spring let him j says he stopped, but -not quickly think of the days that are and for- enough for robber, and was shot get those that were. This weather j in the side. What happened to Say- is the greatest ever any place. j lor is not fully known. At the hos- _____ j pital he was only able to say that It will be hard for. the people of j rubber had shot him. taken Lethbridge and district to separate j valuables and fled. 0. .Ke.rr Co. and T. S. Mac-1_______________ Kenzie in their The success of th? former in Alborta has been largely due to the personality of the latter. A T-NTh> FOR SEEDING The C. P. E. has no reason to com- plain of the prosperity of the coun- try when they make a. profit of three millions on a running expense of four and a half millions. Geo. Harcourt, Depuiy Minister of AgricuJture, Warns Farmers of Imminent Danger I Car of ihed every Wednesday iu eigbc and contains a summary of tbtf world's news of the week, local foreign. year, in advance Sit months, in advance .........75 months, iu advance........50 THE DAILY HERALD sale at the following places: Sein. the hour of security, the farmers' grain J [is harvested and .turned Into cash or stored for better prices later ,v British Columbia is to have an nOU. of u-amn--is sound f I, ection m November. It woukl never to Alborta farmers by Windsor Saltj Car of S Roses Flour On do for a year to go by without minister agriculture.! ing an election some plaer in Canada.j is groat suys Mr. j Harcourt.' "oi overlooking the fact] When fclu> people of Pincher one.tenth of the winter wheat! actually see the railroad grade into harvested in the province this fall i their town there will b." of lx, required for sou-incite winter biggest times ever put up by next summer. With the high town in Canada. The C. W. E. will! prices that will he offered lor wheat j f _, f The Beritley Co. ltd. BEEF, WINE and IRON We have a special brand at a bottle. A splendid .bracing tonic. Get a bottle now a.t The PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD .J. ALEXANDER, rescriptiop. Specialist. Phone 445 Night Bel! Graduate Druggist and Optician. CARDS on. sale', ai the following places: L'ethbridge-E. Saga, J. G. Robertson be madt> honorary mayor or tne town. jdurra- tlfc winu-r Co., J.. D. Higinbotham Co., j 'great demand whi J. Johnston. Co.. R. W. flam- Pincher J. Mitchell, D. L. .McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. J. Stafford. B. E, Suddaby. Cranbrook, Atchison. L. Keinecke. Grassy Tugham. Btfw F. -Werts. months, and thej which is cominqr from i n 7 u Peary a'nci Cook are entered tor a local millers and the Joreig-u gram' contest climbin? "the icy pole. Retail ramflGE THE Y. M. C. A. The. approach oi .the winter season signified. shortening days and .A Montreal y mistake left a i markets, the'supplies of Alberta -Red j VJRJUE soon exhausted and hundreds; j of farms wiij face the .seceding- time: 1 next -July and August without any) seed wheat. The wise farmer is the j SCORES ANOTHER TRIUMPH JOHN GEDDES COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and Leth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 307 Crabb street; Phone 455. G. DeC. O'GRADY, Jr. Agent. catch, line "Slug Ten" under the ar-1 tide telling the cost of having the j A WUUUViVlAL iraveuer on ms wav .hid, rjr. "sir Q- (From the Et. Thomas Times) A commercial traveller on his way Storage The SOUTHERN ILBEITI LOW AND MIVEITMEli CO. DR. W. S. QALBRAJTH-Phynicuo SurKeon, Accoucher. Hours-Belot. 9 8.01.. 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 patb St. Phone 63. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEAN-) -Redpath Street. 2.3. oor. Crabb. Phone: Office Surgeon. Accoucner. Oddfellow. Block. Hours-Till 9 a.m.. jj to 3 to 5. 7 to 3. rbone. night, 342. M.O.. C.M Eye, Ear, Nose and Block. Lethbridge Office Houns-9.aO.12 a.m.. 8.6 p a 7-C p. ffi. TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES against such situation when next is at hand." To Issue Formal IVaraing- desire on the part oi the Montreal -L, i vear s seed In citizens to nave a board oi It was not mueli-of.; a-mistake for i s i i'ha.t soriM? farmers realize the dan- the people -will ten or ;irer is shown bv the several requests ;i dozeii of their aldermen when .that have ulreiinv come m to Mr. next election comes. good story of a man up in that "dry" town who got a circular stating that for a certain household firm.Avould send him a keg of hard stuff. He sent ____the bank note and smacked his lips i Harcourt, unrinff that the depart- jin' In due time the keg mcnt take sonic ....steps, to insure en- j came> but in.stea'd of being filled with Ossified by the shortening days and :-ment take sonw ...swps. to insure en-1 uul oi oeing.filled with 'brings 'iorcibly to' discwsioa the'-recently raised J0iigh seed -ram for next year. tnalt, or corn-juice, it was j f inter- Lssue between the .press, and the pol-; Harcourt feels .that this is not a mat- j filled with iron, and was ac- J ltlctans, the London Advertiser says W for the -deDartniftni-. t.n ,m 1 coropaaied by a-letter .Statins that 4s J We have just received 1 a large shipment of CARBIDE. Call and get our price's on large or small 'ested. in; .tiveb. ..yr.elfare. the quest-ion of providing some, way .for them to ,put in their time' and energies. The different tejb'u.fhbs preparing to organize their young' socie- ties and that fills a -certain 'amount I of 'ihe lack. The Young Men's Club is getting ready for the season and wiJl do all possible'io give the young of "the city a home and some- thing- to interest them especially in .the line of athletics and public speak- ing'.' But in spite of the best efforts they can put forth they cannot do all tliat is'required or all that they-1 would like, to' do because of the lack of roorh and eouipment. The everr-increasing demand is for well-equipped Y. M. C. A. Every iticians, the London Advertiser says'-tor for 'tiie -department to take Up. comPaaied by. a letter .stating that truly that the more unfettered .the but at the same time he realizes that jif that'was not- hard enough they'd J p n relations between the press and the it is of very gi-oat importance to spikes'at the usual i 8 tl8F3QG CO, K.-.fK r .Lt. i the better for both. The prf-ss i-rarmers Of the province. The .depart- can be or 3mle service to the Partyfment u-ili shortly call- !t 1S !i mere echo of 6rS' alld :y lead-1 ing: the attention of the farmers be the more jikely ;0 -vvalk circumspectly if'uvoid any such contingency. trade quantities. rT J Wood St. they know that their are candid ones. lie young or old. who thinks of the welfare of the young of city, roust recognize the neces- sity of having such, an" institution as EASTERN CITIES SCENES OF WILD AND WOOLY EPISODES vMr. Farcourt expects 'that there j p ke 160.000 acres of land avail-1 a _ ;able for to v.-inter- wheat in I'fl'iO. In. 1WOS was 104.- I 9oO acres and al'out 130.000 acres in! I lyOy. "At thi.s rate of increase, which is not the ato'-ej j acreage next year i e doSg to i the mark. The estimate of tihe de-1 partment for this "year's crop has i Philadelphia. Sept. manj- T -j been-increased since-the report, Js dead and two others are jn a hos-! pital in this city; suffering clue to the very favorable growin of August and the successful 01 an-a tne SUCCCSSIUL wounds-as a result ol a hold up in -al, T (harvest season, place of the 1.- saloon in .lork Road and Lvconiing 1-nn nnn u i bushels, the expected vield is sjby o! .iiaving SUCn an iiisaiuuion as btreefc in the northern part of th? placorl 2.000 000 bushels Tea soon -as possible.' There are hund- city Me last night. The .highwayman pcr cent, of this would 200 noo" reds "of young men. in. thg city who ietil that they have no place to go rand nothing to do. E veil'those who would stay at their homes and read often do not find these rooms the most teomiortable or congenial places to stay arid they get discontented. Otli- feel that they must have com- pany and they will get it where they can. This often leads -them to places that do not -tend to help them to build :up their best manhood and "-do not become the men they ougiht to be. The T. M. C. A. has always filled the lack. The work accomplished for who was masked m-ade Ms escape. per cent, of.'this would bushels of wheat that will require to Great Demand, for Alberta Bad "The demand for Alberta-Red this year in the world's markets is great- LtiO-V i 1 i -The dead man is James Quinn, 23' hclu in hands of farmers years old, sou of the proprietor of next Vears seeding" operations. the saloon. The wounded men are Henry F.' aged 33, and John J. Cassidy, aged 37, Say lor has __ 0 bullet wound under the heart and j er than ever saM his condition is serious, was not badly hurt. Patrick J. Quinn, proprietor of the saloon went to a lodge meeting last night, leaving his son to look after the place. Young Quinn and two quality of wheat to blend with soft customers chatting in the well wheats, and make a high-grade of lighted saloon -when a stranger walk- flour. Eakins tests showed that Hom- ed into the place and up to the bar. i from. Alberta Hed only gave a loaf Cassidy court. '-Experiments conducted by Professor H. H. Harcourt. of the On- tario Agricultural Dollege at Guelph have shown that winter wheat from. All.x-rta has its place as high young men by this organization has Quinn prepared to wait on him when! a certain capacity and Hour from soft been one of the wonders of the past he found himself looking into the I Ontario wheat gave-a loaf-'of a cer- been one of the wonders of the past It has corne to be a recog- "-nized institution; -so much so that .no -city of any size is considered to be .--a real city without one. To erect and equip a Y. M. C. A. building suitable for this city will a good deal of money but when -the lime comes and the -appeal is made it will be found that the most prosperous city in Western Canada money enough to care he fourid himself looking into the barrel of a revolver. The man was tall and well built and was dressed in dirty clothes. A soft hat was pull- ed over his eyes, and a black hand- HOUSES FOR RENT CHOICE LOTS IN THE BUSINESS DISTRICT put on', the Market FIRE INSURANCE Ribbons for all Carbon Paper, per box 100 3fc sheets, Copying Paper, ream, from Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES S65 to Call and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. Just arrived at Stock Yards t Hares and Geldings jfl JE D f Kodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, Letlibridge LOANS Halch FARM CITY PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver Block tain capacity considerably less, g An -x experiment with a mixture of j flour, half from soft wheat and half! from. Alberta; Scu, -allowed that in-i COI-TR1ISMV CARBONATED BEVERAGES supplied by us are always of the Jb igBest and uriiform qualify-, giv- ing the greatest amount of satis- faction to the consumer. They can be- relied upon'as being abso- mteiyjp-QTe in all respects, of the rriost delicious flavors, properly charged with gas. and so carefully bottled as to insure perfect fresh- ness and effervescence COAL Lump on the market, pen ton Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to New J3arnes Mine, Royal F. WADDINGTON -Phone 261 City Agent. LEGAL JOHNSTONE and soUcitors." The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Company, Ltd. p Q- i So- W. Coal, Ice and I PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietbrs Office opposite Balmoral PH O N E 63 for its young men as well as for it> .streets and business blocks. kerchief was bound across his mouth a loaf which would be 'arid chin. His shoes .and tro were covered with mud. "Everybody hands was first command. "Say, aren't you asked Quinn. PEARY'S ATTITUDE .Tr nothing else would convince the people that Dr. Cook reached the North -as he claims, the attitude of Commander Peary toward him would do so. Dr. Cook is constantly rgainii.-g friends and believers te- cause of the position he has taken and 'the willingness has shown to ac- Peary's claims of discovering "the Pole, and of his willingness to -leave the question of the settlement to Wh0 was to per authorities, Peary has shown to say the least s. very .graceless frame of mind. No said the robber, turning the revolver until he covered, each man j in turn. "Hand out some money quick! Open that cash "I jruess you in said Quinn. as he walked io the drawer behind the bar. Quinn opened the cash drawer, but he did not move quick enough to suit the robber; who called out: "Hurry "Quinn grabbed .a handful of bills, about -when the man fired the _A- first shot. The bullet struck Quinn I fc'sr of a mean, capacity between the other two. it was very much larger. 'jlie his Ciller has thus come to fully realize the Blending qualities of Al- berta Red -in making a good-sizfed loaf, and consequently is in the mar- ket for all the Alberta Red he can get. At present the world's markets are practically bare and the demand is far greater than the supply with- out considering the requirements of seed''wheat at all. Consequently farmers will have to firmly look to their owr.. interests regarding setsd grain in the face the unusual de- mand and the high prices that will prevail.7' Humphries, local immigra- arrived home yesterday IT IS NOT in the abdomen. The wounded'man, after a two trip to Montreal with several notes in his hand fell The police have a theory that the: robber thought Quinn who was fumb- ling in the drawer, was looking for ii O.vvc-4 T v> na lUUlviilu 1U1 it a great disappointment ,L revolver. Cassidy .and SavloT both Trt __ _'ji' ran for the door. The robber swung around and said, "Stand where you are. You're not going, out and bring to know that another man riad coraplished the aim of his life before had. But that is no excuse for a strong man to act like a spoiled child. "He is evidently trying to draw out -Cook's story from Mm so to be bet- There are not a few who. believe that :iht- long time rVary took in getting ;.'away froni. Labrador was spent .with friends making up a story TO discredit The bitterly hostile spirit 3ie has shown toward Cook is daily for him the sympathy and of the people of the- Amerii- -'can continent. The world always a game loser and the man who -Is'not big enough to bear defeat is jnot to carry the- honors of success. OUR POINT OF VIEW With a bank manager for Lord London Cana- da should never have any trouble getting what they want from the Bri- tish bankers. If any person has any recollection and other parts.of the east. the police down on me Cassidy j her Co. We believe that advertising pays, if you advertise "a good articJc and live 'up to the Standard that you ad- vertise. We make some pretty strong assertions .as ti the quality of our lumber and mUIwork and always make good, because we carry large as- sorted u'niform grades and make prompt deliveries, pfoneer Lum- 242-4 The Greatest Possible Benefit Is derived from your Doctor's prescriptions when dispenstd by our Prescription Specialist. Your doctor aims to put all his knowledge, skill, and experience into your Ton want it filled right, and that is our specialty. Family and Home recipes also receive our greatest care and attention. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE Day and Night Phone 5 Acadia Bloot; 'Night Bell Redpatlv Street Dispenser. Picture Framer. Peary's North Pole Exhibit MACLEOD mm IT IS A GOOD AVERAGE SAMPLE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA FRUITS VEGETABLES TAKEN FROM A SINGLE B.C. FRUIT FARM is the time to see'B.C., before the .fruit is picked, so the company have decided to take parties of three or more at any time, instead of running ex- cursions as heretofore. Rate the same. Call in. Office: LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK M. FREEMAN, General Agent Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd; Capital FinancialAgents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD B. C. AROMITECTE AND CONTRACTOR. VM. T. F. B ROLFSON-Architect. Boon, Whitney Block. A. Lethbridge Block. Bedpatb LODGE PRIDE Of ALBEPTA, No. 293, Soni of England Benefit Society fn the OddfedlioW Hali every firat and third Wednesday the month at 8 p.m. por full particulars apply W. J. Wade, Fred T. Robins'' W. President. Box 57. letlindge lent Io. W Mondays in K. of P Hall at 8 o-clocfc. Visitina oretbfen are cordially invited. a. ASHCROFT, W.P. 24-ly GUS NEIDIG, W.t. Architectural 1 mperial Bank of Canada HEAD OFF-ICE-TORONTO Capital Authoriztd...................... Capital Paid Reserve O. R. Wilkie, President. Hon. Robert J affray, Vice-fresident. Accounts of porporations, Mxinicipalities, Merchants, Farmers and, Private Individuals inrited. SAVINGS attention is given to Sayings Bank Deposits of 11.00 and upwards received and inter- est allowed from date of deposit. LETHBRIDGE R. SEATLE, Begin Block, Round St., beside Bentley's Store. A.F. A.M., G.R.A. Lethbridge Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month the Masonic Hall, 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will ways receive a hearty welcome. A. C. W.M. G. V. Storkey. Secreury, 0, Boi 587. con- W.ILUAM is prepared to mates free of cost on ah Rma8 OT work-in the building trade, includ- mr. Lethbridge." Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp. No. 13881. j Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall every f second and fourth Wednesday, of the l[ month. Visiting neighbors will ways receive a hearty weleonw. Coin- J icinor. C. L. Griffith; Banker. W. i A Oletk, N, Dowiati. JERBERT RAMSDEN-Contractor foi concrete walks base- ments and all kinds of concrete work. Terms reasonable Esti- mates cheerfully given. 630. City. ADDISON SQN-Leadittg Under takers and Embalmers. oldeot established businese in the city Phooe 102. Office and 321 Crabb St.- Parlors .open and night. T. S. FETTERLY-FUNERAL Dt- RECTOR ANt) EMBALMER-Car riages and equipment new ap to date. Parlors opposite fire hall. Open day and night. Phnna Mt P. 0. Box 493. ;