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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETH3RIDQE. ALBERTA, SATURDAY, APRIL 24. ItOt. A WORD OF ADVICE TO INVESTORS v i v, tn vour monev where it is wife; and at the same time where it will yield a big percentage of profit. Town lots are Here is the greatest opportunity in Alberta to get good returns on your monthly saving.. lou lune got to tym continue to -ncrea8e as fast as the country becomes more densely populated, the safest amT most profitable money maker of the age, if you get in on the ground floor I hey can get. less in w BURDETT the HOW town, is midway between Medicine Hat and Lethbridge, Alberta, oil the Can- _ i j_ __ ___. 11 Tit T c. T. O T T, n O iil ti iliiAt 5 7 it JT i. surveyed and will be built out of Burdett Burdett has four feet of as good coal as there is in Alberta -11 over seven million cubic feet every twenty-four hours, which means cheap fuel and light for Burdett Ins 150 feet of the finest pottery and brick clay. Burdett has 50 miles west, yO miles east, yU h -x v-ist territory to back it up? 95 per cent, of Burdett's settlers are Americans, which means two oivthree hundred per cent, but do it now. Prices to 1-3 down, balance 3 and A Safe, Sure ind profitable investment in a 'country that can grow almost every produce that grows out of Pacific Railway, fifty miles from any large town, an empire to draw trade from. Ihe C. 1. H, new cut-oft and will have an .operating" coal mine before Sept, 1. A few miles north-east of Burdett is t he world s t.- Burdett is in fie heart of the greatest mixed farming district m Alberta. Lt ibrth and 50 miles to the boundary to draw its support from. Do you know of an> oAei in all thev v for Burdett. Burdett. THESE LOTS WILL BE ON SALE THURSDAY APRIL 29 IN LETHBRIBCE, mUes HEC.HA. BRAHPOH AHO W.NN.PEC. CAROSTON NOTES Canlstou. April 22.-.Miss Amy Hammer came in from Utah on yes- terday.'s train, says that the family are returning to Cardston in the noai- future. While in the south country .Mrs. Haiumer's health has not been the best and it is thought that if she comes'to Cana-da she will 'improve. All the people are pleased to note the return o to Cardston. Thomas Duce and daughter Lilly returned from a month's visit to "Utah today. ilessrs. K. and Puane Lowe sold their farm Joseph Leishnuin the Dad's council has been 'doing big the Hammers j stunts this week having passed suc- cessfully through two chapters of re- solutions. All sorts of things have been discussed from King's hotel to the curfew bell, from the building of Walter Lowe a power plant to the building of a to j fence, around the superintendents the: from the appointing of a fire OF CANADA Head Office, QUEBEC. WILL PLOW UP LOTS OF LAND j faster than they arrive. In fact they _____ are refusing orders for they have The Northwest Jobbing Co.. who; thirty orders to fill yet. They have is not stated but. it is ftnder that it was something like i TK-r acre. i Mrs. S. H. Smith is very ill. The j attending physician despaired of her; life last night, but she is somewhat better this -.noriunjr. chief to the to be And reminds me that Aid. Bo pressed mv sentiments too, when he insignificanLt matters that real- diffcrence come up before the.council for discussion while more The recent storm has made travel- j {mportant matters have to go I ling a 'dillicult task; The frost is j gcant attention. Capital May Slst 1S95, 1900, 190o, Feb. 27th 1909, Deposits May Slst 1895, 1900, 1905, Fett 27th 1909, April 3rd 1909, Comparative Figures For Fifteen Years Reserve and Undivided Fronts May 31st 1895, 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, Ateets' May 31st 1900, 1905, Nov. 30th 1908, Mar. 31st 1909, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. By-Law No i fairly out of The earth and the snow i er- I J. D. Boyce, of Calgary, who is mmv uui. vu.. travelling representative for South-; c ose on to _ t I melting makes the mud good ami em are very busy these j p_ davs. They have unloaded over on.- a iOU at thirtv acres a day should cars of engine gang plows in i 4 'A v dosc on ro nvo thousand acres last ten days. mi- fe c i a dav (provided they get coal. loaded a car containing five plows. uu> 1HiU t, ta j. i E Newton or Coaldale, has broken including one for the experimental tu -i over 430 acres of prairie this spring farm. Thev are selling the ________ already, even.in the backward wea- I ther. As he plows it he is, -double The Nox Liquor, Drug and j discing every acre. Two plows are Tobacco ordered -by one Minneapolis outfit We have yet to hear of one failure: wno are, under contract to break to cure where a; tair trial has been sixteen thousand acres this season whole works loose and let Leth-i FOSTER'S LIBEL SUIT bridge Beautiful or Useful go to j Toronto, Out., April in where strikes don't affect the fuel Chambers Cart-wright decided today supply. In Berlin and other eastern; that the trial in the case of Foster towns where'some, people are like j vs. MacDonald must be confined to WhatVthT name! some here, and allow .-.their dogs those accusations of which plaintiff given. Can be given without the per- son knowing it, is harmless and ab- solutely -without taste. Mother sister or-wife, you wo'uld be doing a great work by giving this remedy to some members of your family. We will maU a month's treatment for five dollars. The Scobell Ihrng Co., St. Catherines, Ont. this breaking being done in deep. But there is money in the mud ami we will see it before snow comes again. IRON SPRING RIPPLES of the prophet's beard use of having the council decide whether the tire engine ought to be repaired .or the I not when the darn thing needs it. If the engine is on the buna the only {thing .to do is. to send it, to the pro- A By-law of the City of Lethbridge to raise the sum of Three thousand dollars for the-purpose of defraying the City's, share of cer- tain local improvements, that is to say, the laying down of plank side- walks, and to issue debentures for the said sum and to provide for the as- sessment and collection of the sums necessary to retire said debentures. WHEREAS the City has agreed to lay down plank sidewalks as set out in a report of the Committee Works .and Property dated the 3rd day of April A. D., 1909, on file in the office of the Secretary-Treasurer of the City. AND WHEREAS it appears from the said report that the estimated cost o! laying down the said plank sidewalks will be of which the portion of the cost to be borne by the' Citv is AND WHEREAS it is denied ad- visable to raise by way of loan on the credit of the City of Lethbridge the. said sum of for the pur- pose of defraying the City's share of the said cost. AND WHEREAS it is deemed ad- the said loan bear interest not to exceed the rate of five per cent. (5 per cent.) per annum to be paid half yearly and that the said prin- cipal sum of be paid at the iicie. itnvi U..LJ.UW uiicji r- cipsu sum 01 oe paid at tne privileges than their chil- complains and that plaintiff's whole i expiration, of ten years frod the date conduct for years past cannot- be of this by-law taking effect. AAlJ WiilvEAS it is dren. the more reasonable and unselfish people have .managed to scrutinized, and called in question propertlv in thd UiHy of persuade-the council to enact a by-1 He therefore directs .that defendant; Lethbridge, according to the last re- law bv which all dogs must 'be kept should now amend so as to conform j vised assessment roll is The case i AND WHEEEAS the amount of the chained up for dogs must be kept the" four months of this judgment. Iron Springs, April the infant daughter of Mr. and O. Woodcock, died of pneumonia at the age of ten months and three days. Much svrnpathv is felt for the par- ________---- _ ents of "the little one in their trouble that just reminds me again. I can't summer if some such by-law is not addition to a house contrary to the j straightway eligible for the sausage building by-law. That had no right j machine. Now I want to give out a-j SITE HAS BEEN BOUGHT will mean a vast' She will be taken to Lethbridge amount of money in circulation in i burial. the Lethbridge district, in the.faE of 1910. The railways will be taxed to their utmost to handle the immense crop. Mr. Geo. Gane, the mange inspect-j fled. If the or, was at Mr. Gill's on the 19th. i right, stick try in pursuit of his duties. have it doctored the vear when gardens are affected.! out of alleged slanderous statements per nospitai anu. nave 11, j iu 'It does not require ihe wisdom of' namely, from April 15th to August; made by MacDonald. Editor ot tne is the ,sum Of no instal- ald a to decide that Ajid loth and tag or no tag any dog Globe, against Hon. G. E. Foster in; -nent of principal or interest thereon tSTSfiUr about building an that' is "loose from his chain is the last Dominion election. j j quired to be raised annually by spe- cial rate during the currency of the -i on i said debentures iegma, Apnl 32.-The governors, (ft) For ihz University of Saskatchewan! thereon last night decided on the purchase i (b) For forming a sinking of a site at Saskatoon for the univer- j fund for payment of the debt I created bv the said deben- Sltv- tnres 261.69 The site comprises acres and j THEEEFORE the Mayor and the purchase price is fixed at Council of the City of Lethbridge en- 240. The site selected lies east of act as follows: 1. It shall and may be for to raise the sum of in the council at all. at least before j straight tip that there will be some. a committee had dealt with it. And dead dogs found in this city this for'see any use of having, by-laws if they i passed and enforced, and it won't iare go'ing to -be everlastingly nulli-j make any difference about tag-or confounded' things are I whose dog it is or how valiable it to them if they are is. man has any right to keep a He was on a tour through the coun- not, put them out of business with- dog and force other people to put up I out waiting for Sage or Dobbin, to i do it. with it- as a public nuisance, as -f 4 --f' LUMBER AND you Have- every confidence of getting- dependable quality and full value for your money. We are "'determined to build up a reputation for reliability. "We want the material turned out of our yard to mean quality and to every customer. We can supply farmers nnd contractors T- -f 4 4 B. f. WALKER, President 1LXXAHDEK LAIRD, General Manager -t- .4- -f 4- 4 I -f 4- 4- I thing sure that while it may not be j-a dead "loss as a 'fire -hall, it's a last j to jvisit him at Corfu. j year's 'tulip as a city hall or police {office. The fire men are going to [have a Sarn Hill; of a time getting I the 'big ladder into it, as the place j is several feet too short at the in-' side end and there are various 'other defects even as a fire Toall." And a? far as the city offices are concerned. they are non_est as to practical use- fulness. .and it makes Chief Gillespie get red around the ears to think of the groyision made for him and his work. It may be that -the thing ap- pears to -work wrong because they don't know how to make things fit right. It will be up to Dad when he gets back to explain, the combina- tion and show how to tuck the lad- der in and how to get the horses out when the outfit is in, and how- three .policemen can put an obstreperous drunk in the cells when there is hardly room for one man and a good-sized drunk in the -passage. But I must quit or will warm me up around the nether regions for "talking about something I know nothing about for I ain't a police- man nor a city official, nor a fireman j and what the devil have I got to do with it anyhow." Every Requirement at Lowest Marketable Prices We liare installed the best facilities for handling lumber and reduced ex- penses to a minimum. CITIZEN'S LUMBER CO, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HEAD OFFICE: LETHBRIDGE 4 .4 4. -f YAtDS AT irvhtt, Whllla, Wlnnlf.wl, tow Winw, MUk Him Grimy M about ninety-nine per cent, of the dogs in this town are, and some that Dad -was'the supposedly most valuable dogs the greatest "pets" are the Gee, I am glad T I am mighty glad not home when the aldermen got af- j and ter his pet scheme, the new 'fire hall, j worst nuisances. iThat fire hall has 'been Dad's par- have got that off my system. ticular stunt -and he had an. idea it j Jwas going to be the real candy, but! KAISER GIVES AN "INVITE lit does not seeT to wort out right j somehow or other. There is one peror April.. 23.--The German Em- s extended an 'invitation to Edward and Queen Alexandra of j ii. the city and.across the river, t.ne 10 raise me sum 01 it borders and adjoins the city lim- Dy way of ioan for the purpose of de- of jdraying the City's share of -the free site of acres was of- 5aJrjng v i 2. That debentures be issued for the fered to the governors by of QQ te be payable at the individual, but in view of the re- expiration of ten years from the date p'ort of Dr. Murray and Deputy Minjof this. by-law taking effect, said de- ister of Agriculture Rutherford, who bentures being foi One hundred dol- ll visited Saskatoon .v lais each or any multiple for the' purpose, thereofj not in aU to eiceed the Bum THE CANADIAN BANK ESTAJJIJSUED 1807 Paid-up .Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS1 CHEQUES The new Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Bank are a most convenient in which to carry money when travelling. They are issued in denominations of and and the exact amount payable Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Russia, Sweden and Switzerland is stated on the face of each cheque, while in other .countries they are payable at .current The cheques and all information regarding taeni "may be obtained at every office the Bank. 13U Lethbridge Branch C. G. KJourse, Manager Everybody or a good big part of j i him seems to be. getting in his or j {her. ..as the case may be, Lethbridge j beautiful stunts. .will be all kinds of sweat peas all over the city; j this year and there will be lots of j j real nice lawns and .more lots of j good gardens and still more lots of swell boulevards, air these i these gal darned pestiferous dogs do not get in their Lethbridge Horrible j stunts.- I'll bet there will' be a whole lot of religion go to waste this summer as various Lethbridge Beautiful soo dogs playing tag on the boulevard in i front of his place just when the, grass is coming up nicely or to see some miserable burying a bone flower-bed or a half a dozen iscraggly- canines having a general scrap on his lettuce bed just when it i is fit to cat.- CVee'o'ld fishhooks, I hope the .preacher is judicious in I choosing the times to m'ako his-pas- toral calls. It's all very well to re- .3 quire owners to ;get their I dogs but I can't see for the life of me why a tag should give a license to rfp my boulevard all up, tear up i my grass, spoil my garden truck or steal the beefsteak off my stove in t the summer kitchen. Might as well i buy tags for the and licenso i them to get their work in on the same plan, or tug the cows and and lot them run loose to coirrait all the: will "That tort of stuff don't go with me worth a are thf wont of all and yet they allowed to run Shut them up or turii Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 68 BRANCHES IN CANADA US. Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Hates Accounts of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Terms SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received. -Interest allowed from -j da'te of deposit at highest rates Lethbridgc Branch, Rcdpath St. K. D. JOHNSON, attached to each debenture for the half yearly interest on each debenture respectively ,at the rate, of five per cent. per annum -payable at the Bank of Mont- Teal in the City of Montreal in the Province- of Quebec. 3. That the said debentures shall be sealed with the seal of the City of Lethbridge and signed by it's may- or and Secretary-Treasurer and be payable in Canadian Currency at the Bank of Montreal in Montrea" afore- said. .4. That in addition- to the above amount there shall ba levied and collected in each year during the cur- rency of the said debentures by spe- cial "rate in the said City the _sum of for the purpose of paying the interest on the said debentures vand the amount of to form a sink- ing fund for payment of the debt created by the issue of the said de- bentures, to be payable, levied and collected at the same time and in the same manner as other taxes, are payable, levied and 'collected by stat- ute or by-law of the City. 5. That this by-law shall come into effect on the day of A. D. 1909. 6. That the votes of the burgesses duly qualified to vote on the by-law- shall be taken on the Tenth day of May A. D. 1909 at the office of the in the Whitney" Block, in the City Lethbridge be- ween the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and eight o'clock in the afternoon-, and the Secretary-Treasurer of the" City shall, in pursuance, of the Lethbridge Charter, act as 'Returning Officer "therefor. DOJsE AND PASSED in Council this day of A. D. WOO. Mayor. Secretary-Treasurer. NOTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN that tMe above is a true copy of a propos- ed By-law which has been introduced and which may be finally passed by the Council (in 'the event of the -con- sent -of the burgesses being obtained thereto) after one month from the 17th day of April, A. D.. 1909, being the day of the --first publication there- of in the "tethbridge Herald, and that the votes of the burgesses ydl be taken upon .the on the 10th' day of May, A. D. 1909, between 'the hours of nine o clock in- -the forenoon, and eight o clock_ in the afternoon, at the office of the Sec- retary-Treasuter in the Wnuney Block in the Citv of Lethbridge. JWOCK, m u e. Secretary-Treasurer. Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO Capital Capital Paid Up t D. K. WILKIC President, HOIT. ROBERT MFFRAY Vice.Prcg. Accountt of Farmen and i Private InTited, 11 tAVINQi DEPARTMCNTr-Special attention is giren to SaTinff ol fl.OO and upwards weerred and est Tttefnoni date of _____. Branch, Wi R. tCATLC, Befin Block, Bovnd St.. bwide Btort- JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc, Box 432 Near Steam Laundry Automobiles. Gasoline Sicam Ploughs jind Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work description guaranteed _ _ LUCiCUl, 11UU 111 LTJ HAXC eu-LiJ and the fact that the site offered Of and a coupon shall be: 3 was away from the river and at a dis J tance from the city, the offer was not considered. j ;