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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTNBRIDOE, ALBIflTA, PR'DAY, APRIL tt, A WORD OF ADVICE TO INVESTORS Town lots are Here is the greatest opportunity in Alberta to get good returns on jour monthly savings. You nave. to invest your money where it is safe, and at the same time where it will yield a big percentage of profit, the safest and most profitable money 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 populated. A tiff, Suit and profitable InwtStnWnt in a country that can grow almost every produce that grows out of the ground. BURDIT7, tht new town, is midway between Medicine Hat and Lethbridge, Alberta, on the Can- adian Pacific Railway, fifty miles from any large town, an empire to draw its trade from. The C. P, II. new cut-off railroad is surveyed and will be built out of Burdett Burdett has four feet of as good coal'as there' ie in Alberta and 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 hours, which means cheap fuel aod liffht'for Burdett. Burdett is in 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 brick clay. Bftrdett has 50 miles west 50 miles east 50 miles north and 50 miles to the-boundary to draw its sup port. 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 Burdett's settlers are Americas which means prosperity for Burdett. FAIR advise you most earnestly to buy Burdett lots, do not wait until they have advanced two or three hundred per cent, but do it now. Prices to 1 3 down' balance 3 and 6 months. Send for blue print to the Burdett Coal Co.. Burdett. If you'seek a location for any kind-of business come to Burdett. THESE LOTS WILL BE ON SALE THURSDAY APRIL 29 IN LETHBRIDCE, CALGARY, RSCINA, BRANDON AND WINNIPEG. THE REGULAR WEEKLY Auction Sale OF HORSES, CATTLE, IMPLEMENTS, etc., be held at the City Market Corrals on SATURDAY NEXT AT 2.30 Entries Received by the Undersigned up to Time Sale F. G. Waddington MARKET MASTER i I By-Law No..... A By-law of the City of Lethbridge to raise the sum of One Hundred and Fifty-three Thousand Dollars 000.00) for the purpose of defraying the cost of certain additional machin- ery, the erection of certain buildings, and 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. and to issue Debentures for th'e said sum and to j provide for the assessment and collec- j tion oi sums necessary to retire such debentures. WHEEEAS 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 AJSTD WHEEEAS it is deemed advis- able' to raise by way oi loan on the credit of the City of Lethbridge the, said sum of One hundred and" fifty- three thousand dollars. AND WHEEEAS it is expedient that the said loan bear interest not KIDNEY DISEASE COMES ON QUIETLY. no other organs work harder than the kidneys to preserve the goneral health of-the body ana m >st people are troubled District News CARDSTON Gardston, April A. Lay- ton is selling- his lot in town. Promt Wood is buying the west part and R. C. Beck the east "part of the lot. J. J. Renwick and wife go to re- with some kind of Kidney Complaint, but do not suspect it. It may h tve be jn in tho system for soma time. Tbure ouy have been backaches, swelling of the feofand ankles, disturbances of the urinary organs, lmiil. He is a capable workman and such as brick dust deposit in the urine, I -n, highly colored scanty or cloudy urine, a ciuzcn' We side at Lethbridge this week. -Mr. Renwick had charge of the in- stalling of the machinery at the bladder pains, frequent or supressod urina- tion, burning sensation when urinating, etc. Da not neglsct any of thu-ss symptoms, for, if ueglected they will eventually lead to Bright's Disease, Dropsy and Diabetes. On the first siga of any th ng wrong Doan's like Alberta .hope he will well enough to reside here permanently. Another man who seven or eight j years ago was well known in this Campbell ago was town returned Kidaey Pills should ba'takeu. They go to the seat of trouble, strengthen tha kidneys and help them to filter the blood propsriy and iiush off all the impurities which CdUde kidn.ey trouble. Miss B. Clarke, Stony Creek, Ont., writes: "I was troubled --vich kidney trouble for several years; my b.ick was 'man I tad such terrible L.-adaches, aud .was so restless I could not sleep at night j and tried everything without any benefit j meats to purchase land on this side- 'laet-ittyDoan'sl D. H. Elton sold his house here to now of High River. His friends were pleased to see him return though only for a short time. He returns to High Biver this week. Mr. G-albraith, a wealthy cattle- froni .across the line, was la I Cardston today making1 arrange- to exceed the rate of five per cent. (5 per cent.) per annum to be P.aid Kldney PUl3 B0 x ofcfour bjxesiud they i nail yearly and the said principal completely cured me. I no.v foel as well iDr' lt 1S expected thav the s.3 I ever'did and would advise everyone 'doctor will fix up the house for the suffering from Kidney Disease to try of the Cards'ton club. It is a Limlied! inice qu'ct place. for club house- Toronto, Oat. i Joseph Young- is shipping 800 head. When ordering specify DoaaV fof sheep to Lethbridge. These sheep have been wintered at Kimball on WAS THE COUNCIL RIGHT j the ranch of H. R. Sloan. Edmonton.. Alta., April me j w. D. Biglow sold his farm to Mr. doubt exists in the minds of mem-; Sykes for per acre. Mr. Biglow hers of the City Council as to not decided as to where he will sum oi One hundred and fifty-three; thousand be paid! at the of thirty years from I the date of this By-law taking effect, j AND WHEEEAS the value of the rateable property in the City of Leth-1 bridge according to the last revised Assessment Eoll is the sum of 608.00. AND WHEEEAS the amount of the existing debt of the City .of Lethbridge outside of debts due for current ex- penses is the sum of no instalment of principal or interest thereof beins in AND WHEEEAS the respective legality of action taken by the Coun-; buy another farm. oil last nicht with reference to the iy by special rate during the currency of the debentures (a) For paying the interest (b) For forming a sinking fund lor the payment of the _____________________________debt created by the said j debentures 3.214.63 Dalhousie University held conferred The divisional court at Toronto re- Of Citv of en- honorary degrees on Dr. A. Hill, of served judgment in the application to i act as follows: Colchester, N. president of quash the1 warrant issued by coroner i 1- "it shall-and may be lawful for the Univcrsitv of Missouri, and J.B. 'of Hamilton for the arrest of Miss i lhe Council td raise .'the sum oi One T.. hundred and fifty-three thousand dol- oi the normal school. Dr. Florence Kmrade for refusing to j lar- by. way or loan for C. S. Henniger, of Chester, receives.; obey the subpoena to attend the inn -the purpose of defraying "the. cost "oi amounts required to be raised annual- i plebiscite on Sunday street cars. the second standard The amendment to the act last j school. Miss Taylor year provides that city shall takf a plebiscite upon the petition of the ratepayers. The point arises as to whether the Council can act without petition if they feel disposed. Taylor, of Ottawa, is taking at the Public has been in Cardston -before and likes the West very well. At the school examinations to be held in -July eleven pupiis are cx- pected to write on Standard VI ami the medical faculty medal. ouest. Bow Island ALBERTA Choice Business and Resi dential Lots This townaite is situated 64 miles east oMhe citv of Leth- tf bridge, on the Crows Nest Pass Division of the C. P. E. and haa the celebrated "OldGlory" gaa'well adjoining the town- site. There is a good supply of coal and water. No invest- ;5ient on earth like earth itself. Buy now as prices are advancing daily. Prices of lota range from to according to location. Special prices for blocks. Terms are one-third cash and the balance payable in six. and twelve Jionths with interest at six per cent, per annum. For full particulars call or write to LUDTKE WADDELL Bow Island, Alta, The Wberta Railway and lirigatioti Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET lib hrtt if tke bilroK ailWot nfiotiliittrU. FROM EACH One-third cash, one-third 6 Intermit 6 per cent, per annrum the purchasing and erection "0f certain additional machinery, the construc- tion of certain buildings and making the necessary extensions for the City's Power Station and Plant, to be pur chased and constructed during the year A. D. 1909. 9 2. That Debentures be issued ioi the said sum of One hundred and fifty-three thousand dollars OOQ'OO) to be payable at the expiration of thirty years from the date of this By-law taking effect, said debentures being for One hundred dollars each or any multiple thereof, not in all to exceed the sum- of One hundred and fiiiy-threer thousand cellars. ,000.00) with coupons attached thereto jfor the half yearly interest on each debenture, respectively not to exceed the rate per cent. (5 per cent.) per annum payable at the Bank of Montreal in. the City of Montreal _in the Province of Quebec, or the Bank of Montreal in the City of Toronto, or the Bank of Montreal in the City of Lethbridge in the Province of Al- berta. 3. That the said Debentures shall be sealed with the seal of -the City of Lethbridge and signed by its Mayor and Secretary-Treasurer and payable in Canadian Currency" at the Bank oi 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 by special rate or rates sufficient therefore, the'sum of Seven thousand six nundred and .fifty dollars 650.00) for paving the interest on the said- -Debentures, and the amount of Three thousand two hundred and fourteen dollars and fifty-three cents to form fundjfor payment of the debt created by: the issue of the said Debentures, to. be levied and collected. at. the same tune, and in the same manner as other taxes _are payable, levied and collected by "Statute or by By- law of the City. 5. That the By-law shall come in- to effect on the day of A.D. 1909.' 6. That the votes of the Burgesses duly qualified to" vote on this By-law shall he-taken on. the Tenth day ,of May. A.D. 1909V at the office of the Secretary-Treasurer in the Whitney Block, in the City of .Lethbridge be- jtween the hours of nine, o'clock in the forenoon and 'eight o'clock in the afternoon and .the Secretary- j Treasurer of the City of Lethbridge shall in pursuance of the Lethbridge Charter, act as Returning Officer therefor. DONE AND PASSED in Council this day of April A. D. 1909. Mayor. Secretary-Treasurer. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the above is a true copy of the By-law which has been introduced and which may be finally passed by the Council (in the event-oi -the consent of the Burgesses being obtained thereto) after one month from the sixteenth April A. being the date "oi the first publication thereof in the "Lethbridge Herald" and that the votes of the Burgesses will be taken 1 f'VtA i upon inu tenth day of May, A. D. 1909, be- tween the hours of nine o'clock-in the forenoon and eight o'clock ia the afternoon at the office the Sec- retary-Treasurer in the Whitney Block in the City o! Lethbridge. GEO. W. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. _ the Brazen ...By... CYFDSTOfNSENI) BRADY, Author of "For the Free- dom of Ete- A so EDWARD PEPLE, Author of "A Brokra. "The Etc. Copyright, 1908. by Moffkt. Yird Company; Twelve Mods of Paints and Varnishes But instead of trying to rememfcer tne names' of J2 kinds, simply Brighten Up Finishes." The name isnew but the paints, varnishes, stains and enamels-it embraces are all olc standard and well known goods. Ask the Sherwin-Williams dealer in your locality for Brighten Up Finish for floors or stove pipes or bath tubs, or whatever it is you want to finish. He will give you a. SPECIALTY for that purpose, not a paint that is made to serve every purpose under the sun and sjbnseq.uently all tut worthless. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS BRIGHTEN UP FINISHES include Family Paint, Bath Enamel, Aluminum Paint, Special Radiator Enamel, Varnish Stain, Stove Pipe Iron Liquid Gold, Imperial Gold Enamel, Enamel, Porch Lawn Furniture Enamel, Flat Black, Screen Enamel, Durable Household Varnish. Write for booklet "Brighten U? Address A THE Co. agtof PAINT AND VARNISH MAKCRS IN THE WOULD MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG seven pupils will take the Standard vn. Stake conference is announced for the 22nd and 23rd of May. The .survey of the new railroad goes through the south west corner of 0- ,E- Bates" quarter section and then makes a line for Aetna, The surveyors are heading for Whiskey ap, thence to Great Falls. John Good cnine in from the north today. Good was formerly pro- prietor of the Woolf hotel here. BLAIRMORE Blairmore, April Goddard returned yesterday from Cranbrook. feam Ennis is having his house tog. He sending a carriage and a doctor from New Rocnelle, but here the lady motorist, who had been; an Interested spectator, descended from f under the said as a wild guess. The young back her faead "Did you learn to drive a motor to her car and graciously offered to con- a hansom cab, .vey the two gentlemen back to New York, This offer was gratefully accepted, Richard and the patrolman helptog the .Englishman into the The "On a broncho, retained Richard; cheerfully, seeing the garaa WM QP- she said as she beld out her hand to knew were not a farmer wished to accompany them, hut J chauffeur! One thing more. Your 'was promptly Suppressed by divert "threats of the law for blocking public highways. "3tfr. briskly remarked the young lady, who bad given .her name Miss Sempton, "I think your em- ployer "would' be more comfortable X you propped his injured Jlmb on the Tou would better ride with me." Richard flushed, but obeyed. To be thought a chauffeur by the patrolman was one the occupation not so attractive in the eyes of a daah-; tog young aristocrat in a leather cloak and cap. 'What address, Mr. Wllllamirr asked, "The nearest hospital, If you answered the earl; wincing as the ma- chine started. To Richard the ride was not very friend Mr." Williams is an Englishman, isn't answered the young man sol- emnly; "he's a Turk." R pleasant Miss Sempton talked to him fusion. CHAPTER IV. ICHARDi, greatly annoyed by the turn of affairs and Ing becaase of bis easy fall into Hiss clever trap, was forced to heels in Baiting room while the seriously dam- aged Englishman was being patched up temporarily by the doctors and put tombed in a private room.; After a long time the uniformed nurse entered briskly and accosted the Impatient Tcjfiin. "Awyou rlu1 "Tlu- of stammered Richard in wrathful con- politely, it la true, but much In tbt same manner as she might haye con- salted her groom wltb regard to condition of her horses. With the carl she was on different terms, being charmingly solicitous for his comfort and expressing deep regret at bis'mis- fortune. are. yon getting on, Mr. WJ1- she asked, turning her head with a sympathetic-smile. said the earl, though beads "Very well, then. Mr. Williams wants to see you at once. This way, please." She spoke curtly, as If she had little use for chauffeurs In general and none at all for .tlds particular specimen. Richard, however, rose could do nothing his cheeks were flaming hotly at his false and humiliating position. Croyland was carrying his joke a little too far. "Thank be answered grimly. of perspiration were glistening on his to the great surprise of nurse. 'Tn A, 31 hotel is to be built on the southwest comer oi Mitdlton avenue 43od stretl, York. brow. He nursed his drooping shoul- der and drew what comfort he could from bis glimpses of a wind flashed cheek and a pair of sparkling eyes that were tamed upon him ever and anon. They stopped at the entrance of BL Lake's hospital, on Cathedral heights, where the bogus with pro- fuse thanks to his good Samaritan, was borne away by two attendants. The real Richard Williams raised bis hat and thanked her also. He was about to follow bis friend when Miss Sempton. detained him. One .moment, Mr. Wilson. That Laytori motor you are ft t pretty fair said Richard, who for tbe first tine in his life bad received his baptism of fire and gasoline. "Cheerful as a child, gentle ta wom- an and guaranteed for speed It a water "Water exclaimed tbe young man in undisguised astonishment. "Well, no; I never beard It called that, or a temper cooler either. No a boat .that machine." Mtm Slmptoo regarded him crittcal- through her drooping eyelasbee, "Wbert to tbe ignUfon coll particularly anxious to see tbe gentle- man myself." He was led to the door of a bare bat sunny room, spotlessly clean, where tbe woman left aim. He entered and closed the door sharply behind him and then turned to face the bandaged earl reposing bed. "Look bere, Croyland! What do yoa mean by giving my name in place of yoar Tbe earl smiled up at him and wink- ed craftily. "Now, don't be a slllj ass, old chap. Bit down. Ton can't smoke bere, but I dare say you won't mind." Richard seated bltnself somewfcat ir- ritably and awaited the answer to question. For a moment tbe Englton- man lay with closed eyes, then opened them and drawled out irrelevantly: "Ripping girl, that Don't let me forget her address 883 Madison avenue. I shall send lowers "To thunder with your flowertr Rkbard, a red spot appearing on either cbeek. "Why did yov gin my naiaer "Now. don't be in a harry, Dkkto; I'm coning to that." rttnnMd the with maddening tomorrew.) Eiectrie and Supplies SEE W, L McKenzie Co. Electricians Redpath St. Lethbridge squared up survey lines. It is Lo be painted and Unproved in other ways. Work on it is at a standstill j today on account of the snow. j The Cosmopolitan is receiving a 'coat of paint. i John Craig left last nignt on a I trip to Portland, Oregon. Walter Matheson, son of J. jMatheson, has returned to Blairmore I from Idaho where he has been riding training race horses. Walter, j who is an old Blairmore boy, has at- tained a marked degree of skill as a handler of fast horses and we wish him still greater success. Rev. A. E.' Mitchell, B. A-, and" j Mr. W. McBretney, who have been [holding special revival' meetings at jColeman, left last night for Trail, where; they will continue their Get our PRICES on Corrugated Iron G alvani zed and Pai n t ed Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying el ovliere We have just pltfced a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle artd Siding Co.'s goods in stock I mm coipny Office and Factory Cor. Wild.10m STIEET5 Telephone 153 PMRC 195 Three -more carloads of .machinery haye arrived for the cement works." This makes a total of nine carloads to han-d far. A. Siddon left on last -'night's train for his ranch "north of Calgary. SEEDING IN WEST Winnipeg, Man., .April Canadian Pacific Eailway crop re- port issued today says nearly every point along the "entire system reports grain seeding-, begun and that it will be general within a few days. The amount of wheat sown varies from 5 to 25-per cent, of the whole area. Place Your Orders for. ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 General Teaming When you want your yard )'cleaned up, when you, want your garden plowed, if you 1 want some first-class manure for garden purposes, better see me, or 201. I can >up- Pto your .wants. WM. TAYLOR NOTICE DURING THE STRIKE We shall be pleased to take orders for prompt delivery of Hardwood In sacks. It is ecouomicttl and clean, the best for kindling and hurry np Booking. v BOYD GOODE CO. Telephone 344 Office Smith Street ;