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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LCTHBAIDQE WEEKLY HERALl> Heart Strength Heart Strength, or Heart Weakness, Nem gtremctn. or more. itlvely. not one weak heart In a hundred is. In it- actually diseased. It is almost always bidden tmy little nerve that milly is all at fault THIS obscure Cardiac, or Heart Nerva needs, and must have, more power, more Ip fail, and the stomach and fcidnjys also these same controlliiig nerves. riy explains why. as a medicine. Dr. torative has in the done so much for weak and ailing Hearts. Dr. Shoop first sought the cause of all this pauifui. palpitating, suffocat- Ing heart distress. Dr. Shoop's this Krular is alone directed to these weak and wasting nerve centers. It builds: JAPS RUN THE SHIPS Victoria, B. C., Sept. Nippon Yusen Kaisha will in future j have no European captains its! liners and replace them with Jap- anese according to Japanese news-! papers received here. Quite recently! the position of the captain of its Eu-i l liner fcanuki Mani, was takt-n up by a Japanese ami the steamer now on her way to Europe. SHORTAGE OF CARSATTHIS POINT MR. BORDEN IN ONTARIO SIR WILFRID WOULD FIN ISH HIS WORK weaic ana wasting nerve centers. It builds; Toronto Ont Sent Mr Bor-1 n i 1 It strengthens ;u offers real. heart help. C. P. R. Cannot Nearly you would have strons Hearts, strong di- den did not speak todav spending trie ._, strengthen these Juerves reestablish them as needed, with Dr. Shoop's Restorative J. J. JOHNSON. I BROKE INTO MILL AT PINCHER day in this city in consultation with [leading Conservatives. This evening! he left for Peterboro where he speak tomorrow. will i Meet the Local Re- quirements i (From Thursday's DaiJv.) JUDGE RETIRES Lethbridge seems to b? suffering Barrie, Ont., Sept. as severely from the ear shortage as Boys, will retire on Septem-! some otru r places although the ele- 29th having reached the age lim-1 vators are not yet full, so as to it. John Birnie, K. CV, C. W. Phmon e.-mse a blockade. The local author- ajid C. K. Hewson, K.C., are the as- i ities admit that tiiere a shortage pirants for the position. Not many years now r. main to me. The snows of winter have taken the plate of spring but, however I :nay show the ravages of time, my heart still remains young and I feel that 1 have as strength as over for the service of my country. In spite of my sixty years, of which so much has been spent in the service of the Domin- ion, I am sure that some time remains for me yet to oppose these sinister combinations, and especially have I a tooth for the unholy alliance be- tween the Castors and the Conservatives. Our greatest work for the advancement of panada is the construction of the Grand Trunk Pacific, S. A. VETERANS TO BE WELL TREATED Can Secure a Home- stead As Well As a Military Grant There's Health in its savor, And strength in its Flavor, It's a stimulant for the ener- vated, And a delicate tonic for all. of- ears especially of stock cars but j which means so much for our aft j say that it is not nearly as bad as it i country's future, and with Made BV maut UJ To Open Safe British i number of cars that go into Montana OVir A_ R_ and I. linw Glasgow, Spt. 25.-The _..... .r tlle A K lmeg shipbuilders who. made tenders for empty are ivon to the A_ the construction, of sixteen small I o r warships for the Argentine navy fail- ed to secure a single order. i. pOIiitS. i "r An A. R. and I. official says that I 0 _ e j they are verv.short of cars and could! German and Dutch builders v.-re un-j... _ ____ der their British rivals in price and all easily use twic2 as many as they i are getting. They blame it on the {Special to the Herald.) Pincher Creek, Sept. ilr. T. C. Pickard, manager of the Pin- cher Creek Mill and Elevator Co., op- j ened up the mill office this morning! he found.......that an attempt had been made to break open the safe during the night. The work, it was quite evident, was not that of an expert I cracksman. It -was in fact a very j crude sort of an. effort. A hole had{ been drilled down through the top i of the safe, apparently with a breast j drill. Then a quantity of smokeless i powder was put down in the safe and a fuse ignited. The explosion wasi not strong enough to damage thej safe to any extent and the burglar j _________ failed in his effort to get in. He in-j convgnienced the company feotrever by i (From Thursday's Daily.) carrying away the keys of the safe! The Herald takes pleasure in in- ager has been unable to get at the terviewing men who have been doing ships will be built on the j fact hat e c p R_ _re movi_ lhe j continent. [Manitoba crop out and Ittting lhis 'iiQe running berta do without cars. Moncton to Winnipeg Man Who Belerves In Southern Alberta and Invests Money The Columbia Elevator Co. says that they can get scarcely any and will be blocked up in a short j time if ears are not available. The Ellison Milling Co. are find- j ing it almost impossible to get cars to ship flour from their mills at Ma- j grath, Kaymond and Lethbridge. i Xhev have manv orders ahead but j are unable to ship because of the j lack of cars. i The Taylor Milling Co. say that j they are unable to ship any grain or fiour for the lack of cars, about j one a week being their allowance so i far. agerhas been unable to get at things in Southern Alberta. Yes- books to ascertain if they were bum- j tcrday morning- its representa-1 ed or in any way damaged. The safe I tive met C. Carman of cracker evidently thought that Carmangay, the owner of the farge sum of money would be on hand at the mil! to make payment is SHORT OF CARS famous Carniangay property north- j east of Clare.shol.rn. Mr. Carman is for the wheat which is being received i a consulting engineer of the firms of in quantities now-a-days, but .he j Carman Hartmnn, of Chicago, and would have been sadly disappointed his particular line is electrical engin- j had he succeeded in breaking in, for jeering. j the amount in the safe was less than i Three years next December Mr. I S20. Entrance to the mill was ob- tained through a window. The Mount Carman l-oug-ht eighteen thousand i areas of land from the C. P. R. in! Nearly One Hundred Are Re- quired To Carry the Grain chiefly associated. The more we know about this line the the more we .see its advantag- es to Canada. In fact, its ad- vantages are alread being felt, as even now it is taking its part in the tratisporta- tion of the western wheat crop Within txvo yvars shall see from open- ing up traffic to new empires of the north., where genera- tions yet to come will be able to settle and make their liv- lihood. I tell you in all si a- cerity that I want to cary the next.general election in order to finish this great work, and when it is compl- ted I shall be content to say with the prophet of old: "Lord, now let Thy servant depart in Premier at Sorel. Ottawa, Ont., Sept. commit- tee of the South African veterans association of Ottawa waited uoo-n Deputy minister Cory of the Inter- ior department with the object of se- curing an interpretation of certain clauses of the volunteers act regard- ing which some uncertainty existed 1----1--------i___ v- Liic ivn.cn vu.iuut.eeia. ascertained that the military grant 320 acres of land under the vol- unteers bounty act did not necessar- ily preclude a veteran fi'on1 a homestead and pre-emption in ad- dition provided he proved six months residence each year for three years upon each half section of 320 acres. To perform this the veteran would be required to live half a year on me portion and the other half on he other. Ram Lai's Pure Tea Sold by all Grocers in Half and One Lb. Packets and i, 3 and 5 Ib. Tins PERFECTLY SQUARE DEAL Hon. W. H. Gushing Refers To Purchase Of Site For the Jail ed Police are working- on the case but townships thirteen and fourteen range there Is as yet no clue to the per-1 twenty-three situated on either side i the Little Bow "River. A few small portions of this have been sold, 400 Apples On One Tree (Special to the Herald.) Claresholm, Sept. an area cently disposed elevator men and grain shippers iutrii iixju Krttin smuucra ajv oi six sections having been re! A at a loss to understand how Manag- disposed 01 and it is the clos-L. (From Thursday's Daily.) ing up of this deal that brought him j to Leth'jridffe today. I Mr. Carman immediately started to i develop his land and already has When this morning the rain chang- 1 raised 100.000 bushels of grain, this ed to a soft wet snow Father Van Tig- -vear tne being about bu- thought it was tim to release sncls from acres of winter wheat the heavy fruit laden branches acres of spring- wheat and 250 the wonderful apple tree f r they w. re acres of oats aad speltz. His winter already curled to the limit of their i "w'ncat this year graded Xo. 1 Alberta capacity. Four good sized caskets without dockag-e at Fort Wil- thought he- would count them and er Strong of thc Pacific Elevator Company should make the statement he did in the Calgary Isews on the 19th inst. claiming that the South country elevators in particular, weru being well supplied with cars by the C.P.R., while the facts are as far as this point is concerned, and we believe that we are. no worse off than others, that we -at Claresholm today are no less than 85 cars short for grain. As that number is already up- Not Harmony Jn Brandon Rrar.doti, Man., Sept, con- vention of the-Conservatives for the constituency of Brandon was held in this city tonight and resulted in the selection -of Thomas M. Daly as candidate in the coming election. The convention was a harmon- ious one and there is no reason to belLve that the selection of Mr. Da- ly as candidate inet with anything like the approval of a large section of Conservatives. Old time Conser- vatives of .Brandon district are fa- miliar with Mr.Daly's history so far as his relations to the representa- tion of Brandon in the House during the early nineties is concerned. Many of the Orangemen of the riding, who recall-the appeals which Mr. Daly made to them for their support in l Vancouver, B. C., Sept. Vright, foreman of the Phoenix sal- ion cannery at' Stevenson and his George Hine, fisher- man ol Fort Lagley, were drowned off the mouth of the Fraser river in a gale which raged late on Monclav to CIVIL ENGINEER SUICIDES Winnipeg, Man., Sept. ing only a pathetic note of explana tion Frederick Peete, aged 75 a civ il engineer and one of the oldest res idents of Winnipeg shot and killed himself this morning. He had beer in poor health. BACK FROM BOOSTING TOUR P. L Mason Sounded the Praises of Lethbridge (From Thursday's Daily.) F. E. Mason has returned from a month's trip through Iowa, Nebras- ka, Kansas and parts of the. TXikotas. The Herald reporter asked him what he found out while on his trip and in reply. Mr. Mason said: found that the crop conditions tht-y were in the house, the Father wheat taken to the Calgary Milling 18S1 are not friendly to his candi- j throughout the northern states are better than they have been for s v- SUPPORT GOMPERS Rochester, N. Y., Sept. Iloa. W. H. Minister of I the same price. This land was all Public Works, was requested by the fenced and had a dwelling house and Herald to make a statement concern- I one or two wells on !t- The land ing the purchase of the site of the! by i rey- no information as Lethbndge jail .from Messrs. Douglas ilow long they owned it and Cary, in reply to tffe charge j and knew nothing of any dealings made by the leading Conservative j there may have been between these organ of Alberta, that the deal was j gentlemen in regard to this not creditable to the Alberta govern- property, but I do know that every cent ,of the purchase price and every- Cashing in a letter to the Her- j tm'ng in connection with the deal was aid makes the following dear and ex- straight forward in every way, before the purchase was made, Mr. Stocks, Deputy Minister of Public Works, was sent to look over this site and one offered by the A. H. I- Co. at the same price. His report is on file recommending the site that ment- plicit statement: "This land was acquired in the same way as all other purchases of a similar nature made by the govern ment, through the Department of Public Works, the price paid was the same as price quoted on adjoining i w'as bought, lands in the same locality. The As regards the insinuations made against Mr. Simmons in this matter, r wish to say that he -favored the land owned by the A. R. I. Co. to conduct farming operations in con- j and he had absolutely nothing to do nection with this institution and the} directly or indirectly with this'trans- adjoining section Was bought at action. first piece purchased was eighty acres East of the N. E. of sec 34. S-21-4. Afterwards it ivas decided" CANADA TO HAVE MINISTER OF LABOR Sir Wilfrid Laurier Makes Significant An- nouncement At Berlin Berlin, Sept. Wilfrid Laur- Canada had to have the department er addressed himself this afternoon i of labor under a separate minister, to the Ormans of Waterloo county i -Uho tno mmister is to be he allowed jetag greeted bv some ten thousand the audieilce to infer' Reviewing the prosperity of the graded Xo. 1 hard. Mr. Car- of the workingmen's federation of see if h, had not been exaggerating man's company have built a good concerned, "three" in his guess P.., to the number of! road tc Stavely and haul a thousand two hundred. hushc-ls at a load with traction en- XaJiis great surprise ho counted i gines. Mr. Strong praises the C.P.R. ibr, the State of New York, in session consists so far as Claresholm is in convention today endorsed the ac- tion of Samuel Gompers concerning the injunction plank of the convcn- shipping began one month ago. It would take no less than twelve months at this rate to move our so that the littb gem of a tree had j brought in 1200 bushels of pure no th.in 400 apples on its branch- Turkey Red seed wheat from Kansas. this year. Let evr-ryone plant fruit trees! great loss to our farming commun- ity. Mr. Strong's own elevator has some fine Percheron horses, Eed Poll- been out of commission ed and Polled Hereford cattle and for want of cars for some days pagt Made Head Of the Oblates Berkshire hogs, all high bred. They j put in two steam ploughing outfits. j They have improved about ac- res, built twenty miles of fence, and spent nearly on buildings. Altogether they have spent over 000 on the place above the cost of (From Thursday's Daily.) j land. The Eight Reverend August Don-1 The and ts..today completely blocked "as are each of the three elevators in town. The Claresholm Grain and El- evator Co. require 50 cars today, 2s for Claresholm and 25 for Granum. both elevators are out of business at but one dissenting vote the members j business are steady and "on the ad- vance. Judging from tho interest taken in the Canada West movement I think that there will be more peo pie coming tj Canada this fall that :ir actual buyers than any year pre- o-ral seasons pasty ConsideOmv. thetn' tally he acted as i country Uberal rule' Sir Wil. eral seasons past. Confidence is gen- erally restored in money markets and values in nr-arly every line of God Father to W. L. Mackenzie King rid declared Mr. Fielding's carefully at the political baptism of the former framed tariff had given the consumer deputy minister of labor, who made his debut today as Liberal candidate tions 01 the Republican and Demo-jvious as the farmers of these states cratic national conventions and ap- have some money and are lookin-T proved his Circular urging the _up- for good investments. As to the city port of ths Democratic partjr. in his native county. Sir Wilfrid told -his hearers that he a substantial measure of relief with- out making the country's industries i suffer. "I am a free he declared, intended taking the first opportunity "but I know we cannot adopt the to submit, to his colleagues the sug- j policy "of free trade in this country- gestion that the time had come when j without bringing disaster." A BRANCH FOR ALBERTA of Lethbridge it was my text from beginning to end and I came- in contact with no one without lettin Toronto, Sept. 25.-At the Method- th m know I was from Lethbridee ist Women's Missionary Society to- day permission was given to the and that it was a flourishing city." Mr. distributed all the lit- Northwest Conference to divide into erature he had and could have used branches to be called the Saskatch-1 a ereat deal more. mak- jwan Branch and the Alberta branch. inK another trip to the same terri- tory in a short time and is confident RETURNING OFFICERS The returning officers for the Com- present. We are informed by a per- for the Alberta constituencies railway know that the C.P.R. Co. has no Bayne, Calgary. trnwill, bishop of X-w Westminster, land' shortage of cars. That there are to-! Edinonton-W. G. Ed- R. C., has "ral of the Oblates, superior Bow at Cannangay. The election of which- has already took place in Rome last Sunday. was born at Birchwiller, 1 company's are located. A C.P.R. ..f. the 4th of June, 1357, and has j ficial told JMr. Carman that hftri b-en bishop "of New Westminster j Lhc bridge would certainly be thc-e{ InOVe day and have been for many: days sufficient empty cars at ai- one to relieve the pressure at this point. The difficulty appears tobe that ho will bring back a lot of the p o- ple he met. Asked about some of thf State holm- and also that the company intend j putting Ib. steel on the line so as -since Bishop Dont nvviil mu.st residt Eome hereaftt-r, find this means to take thc heaviest traffic, it being. P R management appointment of a new bishop f >r thc intention of the C.P.R. to send British Columbia. i a lot of their heavy freight over ihe _______________ line, which would give a down Jullj OLD HOTEL GONE j 1-oad all tho way to Winnipeg. Car-j Toronto, Out., St-pl. .ifj I will be thirly-iive miles from Century hotH at Bond Lake was and about ninety from J The question of .ar shortage is becoming very acute. statements of Mr. Strong the C. i Hujrh John Montjrom- McCRANEY NOMINATED Saskatoon. Sask., Sept. The LiuL-r.ils this afternoon unanimously chose G. E. sitting mem- a b--oniinfr success. There was worth of live stock on the at one time. Thc irnplc ment show covered sixty acres which Medicine Hat-Fred. Go. Foster, will give some idea of the Fair. The Medicine C-.nnriian exhibit, was splendid and A. Campb-11, Pon was one the prominent features of the Fair. I saw the Lincoln and Topeka fairs as well: They were good though not so large as that at Des Koines." The oven does the baking, the fire-box controls the- oven heat, and the grates hold the coal or wood that pro- duces the heat, so THE GRATES are important. ery, Wetaskiwiii. Proser. Vejrreville. Htroycd by fire this nv rning. Tin-i nn thc raihvay- The bulk building was the second of "twenty-' of their business W'H be done in two houses of similar charack-r ex-j Mr- Carman expects tending from Toronto to tin; North j his town lhe best on the now e.oumry in the: early days. j hne' its guests was numbered Sir John! ll is iruention to keep at least Franklin of North fame. six sections of some on each side of thc river nncl raise thorough-j ber at M representative gathering. expected opposition did not Hint, rpil- ize, neither IfcRae nor Willoughby who were looked upon as aspirants for the owing to the demand for a Saskatoon being j tiomd. ____Im.-tl stock, lie will make as beuu place as any in Western Can- Get acquainted with Black Watch the big black plug chewing tobacco. A tremendous favorite everywhere, because of its richness and pleasing flavor. 2268 uda. Mr. Carman usually spends a few months ouch summer on the farm but Tickling or dry Coughs win quickly loosen when using Dr.Shoop's Cough Remedy. And it is so thoroughly harmless, that Dr. Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else, even this year ho was there tho whole sea- j for vc'ry -voune babies. Thc whole, son. some green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub VERVILLE RE-ELECTED 'give the curative property to Dr. Halifnic. N. S., .Sept, j Shoop's Cough Remedy. It calms the V rvi.lc. ?vl. P. is president of thc j cough, and heals the sensitive brofl. Tmd-vs iiml Labor Congress of Crm-lcliial membranes. No opium, no for the fifth term, having been elected by acclamation this after- noon. James Simpson of Toronto is vice president. chloroform, nothing harsh used to injure or suppress. Demand Dr. Shoop's. Accept no other. Sold by J'. J. Johnston. (I NO GRINDING "CARBO MAGNETIC" THE RAZOR OF PERFECTION- a I Are you interested in a better Razor than you have? If so, your dealer will deliverto you a "CARBO MAGNETIC" Razor on thirty days' trial without obligation on your part to purchase. "CARBO MAGNETIC" Razors don't pull-others will! Get one to day and you'il have Sold by C. W. GRAY Lethbridge, Alta. Grates "Sask-alta" Double Duplex Grates are madd in four pieces, each grate shaken separately. Ashes over one grate can be shaken without wasting good fuel over other grate. No necessary, thereby saving fuel. Dampers at both ends of fire-box secure perfect drafts. When grates are inverted for wood a patent clamp retains them in position. The easiest-working way is the surest-serving way that's "Sask-alta" way. Looton, ToronU, Montreal, Winnipeg Vancouver, St. John, riamllUn, Calgary The McKeOwA-Hick Hardware Co., Local Agents ;