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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHBRIOQC, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, APRIL 2t, IIN. A WORD OF TO INVESTORS Here is the greatest opportunity in Alberta to get good returns on your monthly saving. You have got to invest your money where it is safe, tiud at the same time where it will yield i biff -r i the safest and most profitable sioney maker of the age, if you get in on the ground floor. They can't get less in value, but must continue to increase as fast as the country becomes more densely popuhted A- tfld m a country that can grow almost every produce that grows out of the ground. BURDETT, thft IMW town, is midway between Medicine Hat and Lethbridiro AlWfa, rt, P adian Pacific Railway, fifty miles from any large town, an empire to draw its trade from. The C. P. R. new cut-off railroad is surveyed and will be built out of Burdett Burdett has four feet of Alberta, on the Can- aud will have an operating coal mine before Sept. 1. A few miles north-east of Burdett, is the world's greatest natural gas well flowing over seven million cubic feet every twenty-four i i 1m1.A1lberta Burdett. Burdett is m the heart of the greatest mixed farming district in Alberta. Burdett has the best fall wheat in Alberta. Burdett has 150 feet of the finest pottery and brickckv TW ilSr cheap fuel and hght for allies norland 50 miles to the boundary to draw its support from. Do you know of any other town in all Canada that has such a vast territory to back it up? 95 per cent of Bnrdpt? il 8 east' 50 T iTden earnestly to buy Burdett lots, do not wait until they have advanced two or three hundred per cent, but do it now. Prices b months. Send for blue print to the Burdett Coal Co., Burdett. If you seek a location for any kind of business come to Burdett. v "ices to 1-d down, balance 3 and THESE LOTS WILL BE ON SALE THURSDAY APRIL 20 IN LETHBRIDGE, CALGARY, REGINA, BRANDON AND WINNIPEG. City of Lethbridge THE REGULAR WEEKLY Auction Sale OF HORSES, CATTLE, IMPLEMENTS, etc., Head Office, OF CANADA Comparative Figures For Fifteen Years will be held at the City Market Corrals on SATURDAY NEXT AT 2.30 Entries Received by the Undersigned up to Time of Sale F. G. Waddington MARKET MASTER Ctpitil Put-up May 31st 1S95, 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, Depsils May 31st 1895, 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, April 3rd 1909, leserve art IMhidei Prtfits May 31st 1895, 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, Tttel Assets May 31st 1S95, 1900, 1905, Nov. 30th 1908, Mar. 31st 1909, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. TELEGRAPHIC BRiEFS A BUSY Bernie, one of the oldest of Collingwood, is dead. T. E. PATTERSON. Office. Oliver Bloct. Phone 387. ORDER YOtTB Coal from Phone 287. Best and cleanest on the market.. Prompt delivery at your home, and weight guaranteed. IN BUYING CITY PRO- perty moans higher prices tomorrow. Buy today. Any locality on easy terms. KNOX CHURCH CHOIR CONCERT The congregation oi Knox Church Have abundant reason to feel proud of the choir that conductor E. F. Layton has got together and trained. The choir has every reason to con- gratulate itself on the success of their concert Tuesday eveniag.Knox church was well filled with an audience that came expecting- a. good deal and which went away more than satisfied with the evening's entertainment. The feature of the concert was the Horatio residents aged 89. J St. Patrick's church, Hamilton, of- fers its grounds for a public play- ground- Tile transfer of St. John harbor to a commission is provided for in a bill before the JST.B. Legislature. The congregations of Gore street and Wesley ilethodist churches, of ;Hamilton, -are to be united. j The general store of H. McElroy Sons at Carp was burned with 000 loss. Chapel cars and churches on wheels will be put on new lines of railway by the Catholic Extension Society to reach-railway camps. .Efforts are again being made the release of Dullman and the dynamiters, who nine years Ajcwrorruge iron WC.T.MS uo., Ltd., is busy this spring, employing from thirty-five to forty ers, blacksmiths, machinists, fitters, boiler makers, pattern makers, etc. meats. 0. W. Kerr Co. expect a party of laud seekers in on tonight's train. J. A. Virtue and Mrs. Virtue, of Macleod, have spent the last few days visiting at the home of nis parents in Lethbridge, and returned to Macleod today. J. Morrow, formerly employed with the A. Macdonald Co., has gone to Olds where he will go into business with his brother-in-law. "Joe" was a member of the Citizens' Baud aud jwill be missed in sporting circles. j At ajmeeting of the vestry of St. I Ausrustin's church, E. H. Wilson and j J. W. Turpin were chosen vestrymen to succeed the late B. Morton Jpnes and D. King- resigned. A resolution of Condolence will he sent to the widow of the late B. Morton Jones. The Lethbridge meat market open- ed on Monday, carrying a full line of J. are also doing' patronage. in repair work J: Zeliar, of Swift Current; W. the men now Smith, of St. John's New Bruns- Scott, the proprietor, Their work at present consists most-j says that he has done a splendid ly of repair work for traction, en- business. By promptness in delivery gines, locomotives, steam shovels' hygenic handling of his meats and structural steel and iron work Qe hopes to attract a share of the for buildings. They an increasing trade for automobiles. All employed are busy and they have'wick; 0. Cline, of Cranbrook Robt. equipment and facilities for working Wilson and 0. Kingzett. recently ar- three times as many men when the' rived from England, have recently trade warrants it. This firm has'joined the staff that hands out the only been in business for about five bargains over the counters at A. years and began with a staff of two Macdonald and Co.'s store, men. The business has grown andj Building iu the North Ward con- will grow with the district. The pay' tjnues Where there was bald roll now is nearly per month. 'prairle a year ago now and as the business increases with William Head Co. Ltd. Calgary and Lethbrtdge Plumbing and Ventilating Steam and Hot Water Heating A full line of Pipes, Fittings, Valves, Steam Gauges, Lu- Inj'ectors al- bricators and ways in stock Dufferin Street Phone 299 dwellings. Ed. Loggins, the settlement of the district the in-' the proprietor of the North Ward j creasing pay roll will be worth market, is kept on the hustle j good deal to the city. to supply the demands of the in- .Nolan, j Fully of the work'creasing population. 'Mr, Logtfn have now afc Works comes from'alSQ. horses has Kongston penitentiary. outsWe Qf fromisome twenty D. iT. Stewart, late general man- Creek jmd Kootenav j weeks. ager 01 the Sovereign Bank, is from to be in Alaska with his brother, during the past few forming a trust company. Mrs. Mary A. Maxwell, of Peter- boro, has jriven to found a FARM LANDS. WILL SELL ON j chorus and Part singing by the crop payment plan or spread over term of years at 6 per cent. DO NOT TAKE ANY CHANCES OF being burned out. Now is the time to whole choir of twenty-five voices. From the inspiring rendering of "The Heavens are Telling" from Haydn's YOU WANT A HEINTZMAN PIANO. The best is none too good for you. Buy a Heintzman and you will be satisfied. Easy terms or disceunt for cash. Orders and correspondence so- licited. Phone No. 287. insure yaur house "and furniture.! Creation to they thrilling reading of Lowest board rates. acots wha Hae, which closed the programme, every number was thor- oughly enjoyed. The soloists, Mrs. Grace, Miss Simm and Mr. G. E. Fleming held their place as favorite singers while Mr. N. B. Peat in his first concert appearance made a very favorable impression. Miss M. M. Eraser's two pianoforte solos showed appreciation and technique that were delightful. The- violin solo "Mazurka de Con- by Mr. E. F. Layton, was a particularly fine number and richly deserved the very hearty applause. The only reading number was "Aux the interpretation of which by Miss J. K. Wright was given with good effect. No small amount oi the credit for the-splendid success oJ the concert is due to Miss J. Ander- son, the accompanist, whose playing was appreciably helpful to the sing- ers. OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING WESTERN STATIONERY CO., LTD Presbyterian school for Chinese, and< it will be established-at Honan. Owners of summer homes at Stony must have septic tanks this summer to protect the water supply. Miss Muriel White, daughter of U. Xanton to the boundary. Yesterday afternoon Chief Gillespie are even doing repair work for noticed a man lying under a tree at the Bros. Construction .Co., of lhe corner of Kedpath and Round Utah, whose four dinkey The chief at first thought and a steam shovel when'the man was dead but upon exam- repairs are complete will likely notic'eti ne was still breath. smpped back to. do construction work W so concluded he was only dead S. Ambassador to France, was mar- j States. j drunk, so a rig was proklured and the As yet the Lethbridge Iron Works man sent to the Barracks. A crowd have done little manufacturing, with soon gathered after the chief noticed the exception of ge ried in Paris at noon today to Count Hermann Sehrrthoss, an officer --erS and the Royal Prussian Cuirassiers. cars, mine fthe man. sub-surface pack-j A Spelbricht, of Ivanhoe, Man. material such as ,-s in. the city. He has been looking i columns, sash weights, etc. No doubt over the land and finds wonderful this department will develop as the advices have been made since he of Mono township, Ont., while in- demaad iucrcases- For motive nere a !ew years affO, He bought specting a smaU outbuilding in Glen-jer they USe electricitv j some land at that time at an coe public school section which They haVe fuel Provided for acre and made a good turnover. He been damaged -by wiad, lost Ms litelSOme Ume tO 'but at consider-jjs sorry now that he did not hol.d Saturday, by the building falling cost owing to the j the land longer. He remarked in a him and breaking his neck i conversation with The Herald this W. Rutan, M.P., has notified about six cars of that he was more shaky the board of trade of Prince Albert Legal Forms School Supplies Saskatoon ratepayers will vote on eight by-lawa, May 18, totalling 000 to include the purchase of the market site and buildings, temporary city offices and extensions to the electric light and power plant. Island v ALBERTA Choice Business and Resi- dential Lota townsite is gituated 64 roilea eaat of the city of bridge, on the Crowg Fau Dirwion of the C. P. R. and hat the celebrated "OldGlory" gag well adjoining the town- site, There is good supply of coal and water. No invest- ment on earth like earth itself. Buy now as prices are adytncing daily. Prices of lots range from to to location. Special prices for blocks. Terms are one-third cash and the balance payable in six and twelve JBonthfi with interest at per cent, per annum. For full particulars ctll or write to LUDTKE WADDELL 1 Bono Island, AUa, that no monopoly woul-d be given to the fishing privileges in the lakes north of Prince Albert. No leases will be given till the commission re- ports. A man named Verdier, who was arrested at Monte CartxT by the French police, declared that be was an anarchist and that he had come to Monte Carlo for the purpose of killing President Fallieries of France who is at present visiting there. Sir Robert W. Perk, who leaves London .tomorrow for Canada, hopes to obtain the sanction of the Domin- ion Government to the proposal to start work this spring on the pro- jected canal from the St. Lawrence river to the Great Lakes. The licenses of the Queen's hotel. Empire hotel, Central hotel" and Stormont hotel at Cornwall, Ont., the Maple Leaf and Broderick hotels in Cornwall township, Kennedy hotel at SlcMillan's Corners, and Brunei's hotel at Moose Creek, have been cut off by Stormont. License Commission- ers. An attempt was made to "bum -the home of Scott Act Inspector CarJIn, of Annapolis, N.S. The inspector has been rigidly enforcing the Scott Act, which is supposed to be the mo- tive. Several convictions have been secured since the appointment of In- spector Carl in in February. Several prosecutions are pending. W. F. Vilas, Brome, will introduce a bill in the Quebec Legislative As- sembly that henceforth all municipal councils must be "dry." Meetings in hotels, inns, or other public places where liquor is sold are to ,pro- libited. Convict labor, at the Edmonton penitentiary will shonly be accom- plishing what probably convict labor n no other penitentiary has been In position to accomplish, namely, mining, from within the walls of the jail yard, enough coal to feed'the j furnaces of the big building, for all j time to come. Gold been found in the Black Sand of Hose Spit, about 30 jfrom Mawett on the Queen Cfcar- lotte according to j received by the Meaner May. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS George Ham, of the advertising1 de- partment of the C. P. R., will ar- inaterial on order at the present' about buying S8 land two years ago I rive m Vancouver for the purpose of Get our PRICES i! Oil Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying ehewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock OlliTS M1NUHICTURIIIG cm Office and Factory Cor. MUNI nd lOMPU STREETS Telephone 153 Yard, Smith St Phone 195 Place Your Orders for DRAYING ....WITH.... 1JAS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 V 4 Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE: time. cold roll and nickel than he would be about paying SI 5 now. He reports that the seasou is just as fact more in Minnesota as it is here. There is a possibility that Mr. Spelbricht may talce up his residence in Alberta. including steel shafting, spring steei, band steel, hexagon steel, steel beams, channels and angles, basic open hearth mild steel in squares, round, from eight inches down to a quarter inch in diameter, and in flats every- thing from inches by 12 inches down, .and sheet steel of every de- wrought iron pipe from 12 Their coke is now corrunjf from Australia (owing to the strike) and their pig iron comes all the way from Scotland. EPWORTH LEAGUE OFFICERS W.PJoy Headquarters for ELECTRieAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: R Phone 180 3, Ott Bfefc The semi-annual Business meeting of Wesley Epworth League was held Monday night. The reports from the j different vice presidents showed that the league has had a very prosperous year. The treasurer's report showed that the League raised dur- ing the year. The missionary funds, which are sent to the .forward movement, amounted to 385.00 for the year. The following officers were elected Lovering. 1st Lundy. 2nd E. George. 3rd C. R. Daniel. 4th McCleiland. C. Messer, Jr. Ella Cook. V. Kuehrier. It was decided to hoW prayer meetings during the evangelistic ser- vices to be held by Messrs. Gale and half an hour before the evan- gelist's meetings open! welcoming the Australian journalists who will reach the city on.Thursday of next week from Australia enrouto to the Imperial press conference to be_ held in London. In a. fast match Frank Gotch, at St. Louis, successfully defended his title as worlds wrestling champion ag-ainst Dr. Benjamin F. Boiler, of Seattle. The thampion won the first fall in seven minutes, 35 seconds, with a combination catch and half Nelson hold, and the second in 38 minutes with a reverse Nelson. Genera! Teaming When you want your yard cleaned up, when you want your garden plowed, if "you want some first-class manure 1 for garden better see J me, or phone 201. I can sup- ply your wants. WM. TAYLOR The election trials in Prince Ed- ward Island have been dropped. i THE Pool Hall the best brands of Imported and Domestic Cigars ;md Tobaccos Pool, Billiards, Baths and Shoe Shine V, RODGERS Prop. W. M. MURRAY Blook, Opposite the Pott Office, Goal's Old Stand DURING THE COAL STRIKE We shall be pleased to take orders for prompt of Hardwood In sacks. It is economical and clean, the best for kindling and hurry up cooking. BOYD GOODE CO. 1 Telephone 344 Office Smith Street Piaistdl fcctloMl Manufactured in Vancouver, B C., of the very best Kiln- dried Lumber, in latest de- signs. Prospective builders would do well to write me before deciding on a house S. A. Spencer AGENT id BOHKX, 140100 ;