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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta HTHBmpQg. AITA.. PR I DAY. APRIL MOVING .PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, 1. Dr. Jekey ari Mr. Hyde 2. Miri Reafcr 3. Uuelfeii foest S O N "I'eaFeelHfForYta" Prices I5c and 25c. 1. The Thftten Dou In high class comedy sketch "Actors Flirtation" 2. Princess Tarpeia The Famous Jail Breaker 3. Teddy Thaten Soug and Dance Artist PAGNUELO President A. E. Dupou. Vjce-President F. T Secretary-Treasurer F. K. F. Me- Ki trick. Assistant Sccivtary S. Tuck- wcll. Auditors: T. Hull, It. A. Fuir- Constitution committee Messrs. Fuirbrother, McKitrick and Tuck- .well. Schedule committee Messrs. Me- Kitrick and Robins. It was announced that W. A. Bu- chanan. 31 hiul kindly promised a cup for the City League compe- tition. The secretary was instructed j to extend to Mr. Buchanan the thanks of the ottleers ami -the foot- I ball enthusiasts in the city for the f generous fr I x> A. J. games and practice. Thfi ty of each club is ex I pecU-d to communicate with the sec i rotary of the league as to what j-dates ihi-y left vacant in ordei j thai ihe schedule may be made quickly. The committees are to report at an adjourned meeting1 of the executive to be in thy office of era Plumbinff Co. at eight p.m. next April 29th. The Lethbridgre City Football Lea- gue will select the team which -will represent the city in all important Dailies with, teams in the province. At a previous meeting of the Rangers, which'has been broken up owing to the formation of the other clubs, it was decided that the funds on hand of defunct Rangers Ix1 turned over to the Independent club (now the Maple Leaf.) The City League executive confirmed this with ihti proviso that if any subscriber to j Hungers wished, his money back, that it bo given to him if. he applies for if. Nick Names For Teams (Calgary Albertan) The Winnipeg Free Press has se- '.Maple Leaf secretary J ones. A. 0. F.; secretary, S. W. j lected the pet names for the" league Tuck well. The colors of the A. 0. F. are scarlet sweaters A. O. F. in gold letters on the heart and green teams and so has the Rarinn Leader. The Free Press selects them as fol- lows Winnipeg Maroons.. Regina Statesmen.. Edmonton Capitals, Bran knickers. The colors of the don Angels. Lethbridge Miners, clubs have already been published. Moose Jaw Jaws, the Mad Hatters, CITY FOOTBALL LEAGUE A meeting.of the delegates of the various clubs forming the Lethbridge City Football League tvas held in Dr. Stewart's office on Thursday evening. The Royal Rovers withdrew their entry owing to the unsettled condi- tion of the strike. The withdrawal was accepted with regret by the other delegates. However, the An- cient Order of Foresters entered a t'.wt. arid there are still four teams in the leagne: Caledonians secretary, John Harvie. Sons of F.nglanrd secretary, F. T. Robins. The meeting then proceeded to and Calgary Cowboys. For .the most adopt the oonstitution. which it was' part- the names are very silly, show- decided to publish in pamphlet form j ing too much of an inclination to the rules and schedule. rb.2Se'copy some cheap Yankee names, rulo books to be given away free' The Leader selects the following ail tho business men of the city will T names: Winnipeg Marions. Brandon be given an opportunity of advertis- i Lunatics, Regina Bonepilers. Moose in the same at reasonable rates, i Jaw Jaws, the Mad Hatters, Edmon !'iit officers for 1909 for the Leth- b. I'IJTP City Football League were ''1ft3 as .follows A. Magrath MrP-, W.. A. Fvurhanan iLP.P., Mayor Hender- son, Senator Dr. De Veber and any oit: who subscribes five dollars or; that the name of the Edmonton ath- ton Hodcarriers', in honor of Drany "McGuire: Lethhbridlge Mormons. Calgary Beerfcegs. What a shocking .name the Leader has given to the Calgary aggregation I desire to inform the easier papers raise the sum of One Hundred and Fifty-three Thpusand Dollars 000.00) for the' purpose of defraying the cost of certain additional machin- ery, the erection of certain buildings, and necessary extensions for the City's Electric Power Station, Water works plant and Water Main Exten- sions purchased and constructed dur- ing the year A. D. 1909 and to issue Debentures 'for the said sum and to provide' for the. assessment aod collec- tion of sums necessary to retire such debentures. WHEREAS it is deemed advisable to purchase and erect certain addi- tional machinery, to construct cer- tain buildings.and to make necessary extensions .for the City's Electric Power Station, Water Works Plant, and Water Main. Extensions the esti- mated cost- of. such works being One hundred and Fifty-three Thousand Dollars AND WHEREAS it is deemed advis- able to raise by way of loan on the credit of the City of Lethbridge the aid sum of One hundred and fifty- hree thousand dollars AATD WHEREAS it is expedient hat the said "loan bear interest not o exceed, the rate. of five per cent, per cent.) per annum to 'be paid Half-yearly and the said principal sum of .One hundred and thousand dollars be-paid Butos Iwt Contractors MJJCELUANEOUt FOR tALi. tOR SALEr-Firft grooecy in good live mining town on West about twenty-thou- rollt 8tock 'tout doioff a buflineAi oi aXaut permbnth. Only on? op- position; Good terms. No strike iu UUB town. Xhe agreement with the men is settled lor two years. Apply Box 10, Herald. ifisA new rubber- tired runabout buggy. Apply P 0 Box 35. Our increased sales in j Builders' Hardware con- I firms our claim that we have the right GOODS at 1 the right price. Let us-figure with you Hayr Bros, i General Hardware LETHBRIDGE ALTA. I MI 111 M i I..M CATTLE FOK SALE-About 200 head of inucied cattle, a large percentage of'beef and calves. Can be seen any day at my ranch. Ben. McGovern Box 72, Lethbridge... LETHBRIDQI EMPLOYMENT BUREAU Labor supplied all employers. Office hours, 7-9, 12-2, 6-9. P. 0. Box 87 197 Office with Skeith Tiliey. cor. Round and Dufferin FOR range, almost vrt. W. R. Brown, 25 110-6 new. Phone 124. Argyle Avenue. FOR SALE-Eight head of good young work horses, well broken. Ap- ply .John New Dayton. lldr6 t.OS complete 5xt por- trait camera outfit, cheap for1 cash Apply to Box Macle'od, Alta. 112-2 FB hsad oxe11' 6 years i 11 u JrCiUS i ola, well broken and. quiet, harness [for four oxen; all Would j trade for horses. Will 'sell one black mare also. Apply to S.E. X S. 32, "V.8, R. 22, or Box 1337, Lethbridge TREES Tuff's trees are all right. Will re- place- any. that may die. Ask your lawyer. If you can't believe him, ask your banker, or grocer. Orders left at the postoffice or at the Tuff stores carry the same qaulity t-1 goods but in a diffcent line. L. P Tuff. Lethbridge. WHEREAS the value of the rateable .property in the City of Leih- bridge according to the last revised Roll is the sum of Place .you. hive KBytlinito seller to rent place it ia this columa. If you want anythlif use this colHou. iagertloe 6 for SI TO RENT. ACCOUNTS COLLECTED on commission. No collection, no charge. We also write- fire, life and explain our industrial-policy of insurance to you. The Byers; Commission Agency, temporary 9, Bryan Blk., Lethbridge. "110-6 TENDERS WANTED TO large iveil-furnished room. Apply at two storey brown house, Barnes-St., North Ward. 98-0 FOR acres choice irrigated garden land near fairgrounds. For i terms apply at once to Skeith Til- {ley; Round Street.' TO new house, corner William and Agnes St., Rent. S8 00 jper month. Apply Box E. B., Her- I aid, Oface. 101-0 _ bed room-; Suit SITUATIONS VACAMT-. Leth- For excavating by the yard, 550 ya.r.ds, more or less, for the new Can- adian BanJc of Commerce, also for sand and gravel by the yard. Tenders mg to W. H. Cawston, Lethhbridge gotel, or. at the Canadian Bank of Commerce .office. Lowest or any ten- der not. necessarily accepted. 111-3 WANTED with about thou- sand dollars, for a splendid paying business in good rising town. Apply, m confidence. .Box P., Herald. 108-6 who will share a posv office -box .with J. H. White, chambermaids and a T0 furnished rooms in Ma leod, Alta. r00m -SM to work -odern house.. Apply Ashmead S Apply Empire Hotel, Maq..j.one block-south of. ..gas well. 109-6 109-O 608.00. WHEREAS the amount of the thaCity of Lethbridee outside due for current ex- penses is the snm of no instalment ,of principal or interest thereof. being in arrears AND WHEREAS the respective amounts required to raised annual- ly "by'special rate during the currency of the debentures are upwards to the league. 'President W. C. letes, is the Esquiraos. That name is applied to all the Edmonton ath- Ik.-. Vice-President C. Sim-Hetic clubs. Edmonton.-objected for mocs, a while but have cot Don't Let Your Clothes Wear You Out An eminentauthprity says, "Ill-fitting, badly made clothes not only make one look old and decrepit, but, actually cause premature decay. Think of a man being welded in bad fitting; clothes for two- thirds of his life." Badly-made clothes will break a man's health, just as surely as bad habits will In fact, wearing poorly made, ill-fitting clothes is a bad habit that "influences mind and body alike. Wearing "Progress Brand" Clothing is a habit of good business sense, of good economy and is conducive to good health. "Progress Brand" Clothing keeps a man they fit perfectly, and are always easy and comfortable. Don't let your clothes wear you out Keep young by wearing (a) For .paying the interest 'a sinking fund -for the payment of the 'debt-created by- the said -debentures 's NOW THEREFORE the Mayor and Lethbridge en- act ;-as 1. It shall and be lawful for the Council' to -raise "the sum of One hundred and fifty-three thousand dol- lars "by way of loan for the. purpose. :of defraying the cost, of the pprchasing and erection of certain additional machinery, the construc- tion of- certain buildings and making the necessary extensions for ihe City's Power Station-.and "Plant, to be pur- chased and "constructed during the -year A. -p, 1909.'- 2. That Debentures be issued for the said One hundred and fifty-three thousand dollars f 000.00) to be payable at the expiration of "thirty years from the -date of this By-law taking effect, said. debentures being, for One hundred.-dollare each or any .multiple not in all, to exceed the 'sum of One hundred dlollars (J___. with coupons thereto for the half yearly interest on each respectively to exceed rate of five per cenC (5 per cent.) STORE TO store j.tajj.i store in- WANTED AT, and Block. Apply E. J. HiU Co. apprentices to the dressmaking. Ap-! 109-6 ply to Mrs. T. W. Clarke, costumier, and streets. TO modern house, fur. nishfid. Two doors west of Central School. Apply; Mrs. F. A. Wallace, class, waitress, at Dallas .Hotel. 109-6 POSITION fireman on breaking- outfit or will. take job as engineer: on stationary engine.- Have 710 Bompas St. Hl-2 Lethbridge. LAND FOR SALE brid P O bndge X. O. class waitress, at once. 'Apply Model-'..Union Restau- rant. 1IO-O press feder. Apply; Her- ald 110-O -class :who can assist in make-up.- Apply at Her- ald- office. -breaking outfits to start to work once. Will pay liberal price per acre. Apply to the 0. W. Kerrv-Co., Lethbridge." 110-0 SITUATIONS: .situationi cook; lp-3 SITUATIONS WANTED dens attend to few gar- -William Smith, price -from Stewart :Mat- thews Co., Tainter, Local representative, Alta.; 104-21 FOB acres; of choice land .only 'two. and a. half; miles from Rav- Partly fenced; 120 of winter wheat on summer fallow; bal- ance good, clear prairie. ..Can be -handled with cash; balance Notice To the Brothers of the Independent Order of Oddfellows in Alberta, and to the Public in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Independent Order of .Oddfellows is not; in affiliation with "the Man- chester Unity .the Canadian' Order of Oddfellows or.with any other Or- der using, the name and. that members: of these latter or- ganizations are not Entitled to any fraternal recognition from members or, lodges: of .the I., -p.. ;O. F. 'Attest: O.E.TiSDALE, -Grand Master. Grand Secretary, Calgary, Alta. 112-6. _ Apr. 201909. one-half crop Canadian paymenlift.; AT the ice Room .Bryan: Theatre, -or Alta; Box 387, Lethbridge, 107-6 Three million .acres .land terms. -'Small., bash', naymeni and" half crop -payment "for: We; general, Agents -at Eethbfidge for the Canadian Pacific Irngatiorj Colonization Co., and ;can furnish you vrith -.fall1- regarding their tract jjiithe .famo'us Bow "Eiver ley- 'Apply adian Real; Estate 9, :6ver- Theatre-, or Box Lethbridge POSITION First class groceryman (with -Western- erperiencei also can assist in hardware, i.': i in. aaraware, ory per: annum- payable: Bank "boots and shoes, or crockery, Montreal in the' Montreal in geeks: situation either in city tnC'Jrrovince of Quebec, or the Bant n province of or the Bank of "Montreal in the City'---of-.Toronto, or'..the Bank ..of the City Lethbridge in. thet-Province of Al- berta.- That the. said Debentures1 shall be sealed with the seal of the City of Lethbridge arid signed by its Mayor try. small-, required; Staite :full to and Secretary-Treasurer and in Canadian Currency at the 'Bank' of Montreal aforesaid. 4, That in addition to all other amounts, there shall be collected in each year during the currency of the. said Debentures on all.the rateable property in the City of Lethbridge scial rate or rates sufficient >re, the- sum of-Seven thousand six "hundred and fifty dollars 650.00) for paying the interest on the said Debentures, and the aiuouEt of Three thousand two liundrM an4 fourteen dollars" and fifty-three: cents to_ form a sinking fund lor payment of the debt' erected-br ssue" of. the. said to be payable, levied and collected at the same time, and in the same manner as other taxes are payable, levied md collected" by Statute" or by By- law of the City. 5. That the. By-law shall come in- to effect on the day of, 4.D. 6. That the votes of the Burgesses duljr qualified to vote on 'this By-law shall be taken on the Tenth day of ifay, A.D. 1909, at the office of the Secretary-Treasurer in the Whitnoy Block, in ot Lethbridge be- iween the hours of -nine in the forenoon and eight o'clock in the afternoon and Secretary- TreasuTer of the City_ of Lethbridge, shall irr punrtance of the Lethbridge Work two or three days a week. Apply jVfrs. Jaycock, Letti- bridge Postoffice. "108-12 SITUATION WANTED-Stenograim- er with three years' experience, good references desires position. Address Miss Margaret Walsh, High River. 109 With 3rd class55 certi- ficate wishes employment running traction or stationary engine. Ad- dres R. M P. 0. Henderson, Lethbridge 11-6 SITUATIONS Lethbridge School of Short-hand have twor or three graduates who" can take posi- tions as stenographers." Apply Box 350. H2-2 ROOMS, WAHTED Room; and board for trav- elling man and wife. Reasonably close in. Wanted by April 2ft, possible; Apply J. J. Conway; c-o Dallas Hotel. U14 young man, room, and bofird in private c-o Herald office. 112-0 Chatter, act as- ReturniiDif iherefor.' this art Guaranty by H. YINE6EM I CO., LIHITED, SoW with Guarantee fejr 31 McOuire Officer AND PASSED'in Council day D; 1909. Secretary-Treasurer. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the above is a true ccpy ofjthe By-law which, has been introduced anji which jrnaj be finally event of the Burgesses being :-.obtained 'thereto) alter one month Iroiiv the sixteenth- day of April A. D. 1909 being the date of the first publication thereof in the "Lethbridce and thH the oi the JtargMses.will be taken upon tlje proposed By-law" on the" tenth day of May, A. D. 1909, be- twceii, ihe; of. nine o'clock in the forenoon and in the afternoon at the office or the Sec- in the Whitney tt the Xfttjr ol r OBO. W, WHO'S GOING TO BUILD- know the namee'and addressei, pf parties that, "intend to build-a J. H. ar- chitectural draughtsman and con- ige P. O. PROPERTY fOR SALE NOTICE is: hereby given, that all creditors and others having claims against Elizabeth Duncan, late oi the City pf lethbridge in the Province of vwidow, who died on V2ist-July 1906, at LethDridge, intestate, are re- quired to send -by prepaid, or to deliver to the undersigned, the ad- ministrator of the said full particulars of .clairns, on or be- fore the 1st day of ;May 1909 and'; after that ihe administrator will disr -tribute the" according to law and will not be liable for any claims notice has not then -been April .1st, 1909; Administrator, Taber P, Oi; f! PROPERTT 3 lots with house (5 good sta- blej: price f 400.00 balance easy; Apply Alberta Realty Co." :neV hotif e on Westminster Road, near new stand pipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation and cellar. cash. Balance easy. Alberta Realty Co. FOR New house, eleven rooms fully modern. Ready May 1st. Ap- ply Thos. Judsbn, Box 170. 99-O LOST LOST One cameo pin within one block from new Central School. Find- er return same to .Herald office and 'get' reward: f 104-0 between the Windsor Hotel and the Coaldale on Saturday forenoon. There were twenty bills of! in an envelope addressed-to me. give ten dollars rreward for return to- J. C. ffielsbn, care of the Herald. -108-6 Yesterday, a gold locket and chain. Monogram, 8.C.D., on lock- et. Finder jplease return to Miss Davis, -N.W. Joliblag Co.- On Thursday between Hill Block and Roberts' dairy, a pair of spectacles. Finder kindly return to Herald office and receive .small reward. -..112-1 FOUND, book, mining receipte, etc., 'Owner lave same by calling at'Herald of- fice and paying for ad. 106-0 con- cut ESTABLISHED 1854 Bank of Canada Paid-up CapiUL.................... Reserve and Undivided ProfiUv...... AccM9ts McrcKMts, farmen and RiMUcn Ikitcd Money Ordert Letters of Credit Department SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- REpMLATIONS ;Any person who is tlie sole head of a- family, or any male over 18 yeari old, may -homestead a quarter-section of land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. proxy may be made at. any agenay lir ofi intending homesteader. ;s, months' residence upon and cultivation -of the land in, of three years. A homesteader -may live within nine miles of his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 acres solely occupied by him or by bis mother, son, daughter, brother or sister, 0-- In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may preempt quarter-section alongside his home} stead. Price 93.00 per acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in