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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta guarantee our work. Give us bundle. Your Bosom Friend a trial with your next LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. STRICTLY CASH C. S. FARROW, Manager Pho 145 Ki ...._ WE lgTH6RIDQE_ DAILY HERALD. TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, ,909. WHY FERNIE IS REJOICING (Continued from First Page.) a. totulj bonded in- outstanding, of fire, mokes debtedaess now Itemized, these debentures are as follows Sewer debentures Wfi.ter debentures 100.000 Electric light -debentures School debentures City hall debentures 20.000 Fire hall and equopment Sidewalk debentures Park and recreation ground of little bauds of Christian i ers a.ml their faithful pastors. Material wealth gaiacd -.vithcut i to Ulay J porary success to the individual, but. jno community can. afford to neglvct j the moral ami spiritual tone ;ts i people ami hope for lony to escape j the inevitable results of the moral J depravity which fattens upon the 1 cloud body of civic purity. Owing to the ordinary conditions which attend the building or large industrial institutions, coupksi with conditions peculiar- to the of Fernie, tho towu has n...-, up to tlie standard whi'.'h it possible to a l ro i 'ducer which ii' I'ully j ru- duce an energy wiuul iu ten U'ous- j ami horse power, with bat the stimated to save a few val- uable papers from the burning Hen- derson block. -Mr. Denison has been valuable reports ro _his government 'i-egaixJing the resources and the pos- sibilities of the Fernie district which ure sure to bear valuable fruits this of the country. Churches Are Busy NhiN? all these improvements of or Ji is proposed to build heiv are in operation time i'. follows that a horse Power plant can operated from what is, under the prt- sent system, a total waste. To utilize this great power it is of .course necessary that, the city and t the Coal Company act thing which is by no moans imprac- ticable. After the- cost of installing the heating- plant the expense Q; op- erating would be a minimum, and would furnish power almosti if not quite as cheaply as waterpower can be produced under ordinary comii- tions. The possibilities of new The school debentures are a charge against the whole district and will a larger assessed value from which to meet the charges than is re- presented by the city assessment roll. By deducting only the water fight bonds from the charges to be met by direct v-axation. there re- various church mains a total indebtedness of not been idle. 000 the charges of which, will have to be direct tax levies. This is not a heavy burden to carry upon jtion Army and the the present valuation. aml will grow j Rations have all been .busy getting rapidly jess in tho next.few years as into new quarters, and a friendly i of cheap a result of the rapid .increase in val- uation which is suro to come. The railway service which Fernie now enjoys is surpassed by that of no city in the interior; six trains j completed an-d reo-rly for occupation. Pass over the C. P.. R. every day an-d i and the Army has Ix-eir at home to tw0 over the Great Northern, besides the -three daily trains to the mines, six miles away every day. 2780 PATTKRK FOR RKFOOTIN'G STOCKINGS Paris Pattern No. 2780 AJ! Aii.-wvd This pattern wji! n nioth.T. .-tvckirii: away because t may b.- cut from the legs ings ami wi.II found es ful for ihn'.-ui ,.r our sc ijuiekiy. vt-ry can-fully j.-im-d s b-.- -A? unnr.riceal Th pattern is in elev.-n To six.r. irivvn this ;i> th S-'Ie is CUt from jn.j-f tfx'king, th" required size. '-I paTt'TM, IU Cents. r., the ihr'nv.- a :iie f.iot jni.j "i silk, which y si H m Id b as i a 27 Phone 75 o Hayr Bros. Daily Herald Market Place you have to sell or to rent place it iff this column. If you waut anything use this columa. 25c one insertion 6 for f OK SALE OK RBNT-7 rouined aousc, stable, hay shed, large chicken on River bottom near new bridge. Best place in town, for keep- mjj 'cows aad chickens. Price easy terms. Price 1250 cash. per rent. H. Proctor, near the A. 1. Shops. J84_o SITUATIONS VACANT l''0fl Remington type- at a bargain, y Citizens Lumber yard. 187-0 room -lass clothing furnishing Co. will he iv- 001 iu pupii assistants to the Kin dergarten director J.ethbndge school No-salary attached, must be able to G. B. BowmZn, SccrS 18S-0 _ nu on 563, or apply on -1'2 Sec 7 i1 8 K S oi town. once. SALE-Two modern 7 m houses, ready first wcek of Au_ ut to suit purchaser I-inisJied ii- fJUI t.JU4lOti tine location. Good terms. Apply r Western Plumb- ing Co., City. 193.6 LAND FOR SALE" FOR have a snap oil for a days. One section of land with cultivation, all feuc- Iwo good wells, and necessary buildings. All good laud. Two miles trom town. Price- acre, 'J'iie Land Co! Ott Block, Phone 394. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. LOST the .Wells farm, 4 inares and seven Mares braced LM on left shoulder and P serv'a'lt. Apply A. 1251 Dufferia St. 192-6 COOK WANTED--A cook, steady work. R. I. Co. Gooc 195-6 -i TU -ilp7- -ffiss I n of .'If b, nmt.-na: Uiiture have been going- along with such marked vigor, the producing- method are so great that it is well worth the close scrut- iny of the city, or of any enterpris- ing capitalist seeking opportunities for profitable investment. The above is only one of the pos- about Fernie for the organizations have The Ittethodist. Baptist, Presbyter- Church of England, the Salva- Catholic jaM in the new eriirice since early win- per. i The Methodists are next in the J friendly race and have the wails of I their new creum brick building up, ready for the roof. The Baptist peo- ia anwunt of business transacted and P'1' the Imsement' of their new created a port of entrv. (church, which The Third City in point of export and im- port is the.third city in the province A year Ago the United. States g-ov-Iior the superstructure- The Church ------------------i------------------- l.of Engird has the concrete base- emulation exists to who shall be i divides Fernie in their new home first. The Salva-: Fernie, forming a half tion Army barracks were the first mooa peninsula jutting out permanent religious structure to be Irom base of itoun.t Fernie, upon which our chief suburb, with its big j i saw mill as a ieadinij: feature, is I built. By diverting the river from its present semi-circular course to ai straight one, the foot of the j mountain the two towns would be i united and a iali of 15 feet would be I secured, a head of water sufficient to i run all the'machinery of the big saw j to be of brick, ready have jeft to run Jht> system of the city, with power left to sell to small, plants in the r ,1 i. -'i Johnston, Uthbridgt- Alta., or L. E. Townseud atirlme, Alia. 184.0' information lead- ing to the recovery of oae bav geld- ing 5 on left jaw and one i A My brauded N- on left flank AN ou .shoulder, weight UOO ;ipJOcc-. George Millar. Cowley, 194-14 iOE in 8 roomed house close iu. House rents for per month. House heated by furnace jb umiture practically new. Sell cheap tor quick sale. Also one dozen lay- ing hens. Apply Bos J.M.. Herald 192-6 FOli yoke of oxen well oroJcen. Also harness and covered waggon. All for W. A. Dickson laylor's Mill. 193 g Apply Balmoral Hotel. once, night purtv per inouth Jjtikhnger, Sundial, Alt Apply A. G LtTrlM, -North Ward Saturday, engraved A.A. 27th Sept. leave at Herald office 196-0 197-0 8045 I.OST OR STOLEN-A halter and 100 left chain taken from a cmv mg to J. H. Fin ri-turh to J H dett St. experienced servant. Apply ifcV Bompas and Crabb St. tMir-tfr-rn-d IM linen. -awn. or and be all m soljd ernbroicU-ry or in French and e-yelet a> pictured. Thf 1 will j 196-0 Co. atTab er 18 I bay mare 4 years old u scalupoc! 1300. branded HP m.-iv LAND FOR SALE Choice block of 956 all Sec. 28 and W. half 27-6-W W. This is on the Weybum Lethbridge eitension; smooth. level prairie, free from and will sell lor per acre inside a year. Price, for immediate sale, per acre en block, or in half sections; cash on each half section, balance, 5 payment.% inter- est at 6 per cent. Write or wire i ment of the new church that is to be :town' not idle dreams but. in and are now holding- regu- if u-iO make J jlar services in the basement.- i Fernie what stated above 0 i Presbyterians have let the contract I for a new cream brick church to cost f complete, The Catholic i with narrow or if pn-f.-nvd tin- bib be developed in China silk or liiifd u quilted wadditig. Tlie. fornu-r i are Baiting iave a ride through a beautiful Pilrk. j a laughing, shackling, cooling i or at miiiu Good clean Nut Coal SI per ton. All coal sold C.O.D. BARNES "MTNE Royal View F WADDIXGTON Pbone 261 City Agent Prompt delivery TENDERS RENDERS will bi received up to con- CONNECTING ROOMS-Two necting rooms, best of furnishings with hot and cold water at all hours same floor, in Shepard Blk. .Best location in citv. City of separate for the S Block KJock- Two beds' two which ceived Metal Work. Wiring. Lethbridge, and tenders will be f-r re- Wednesday noon, Aug. 4, for the pn'v- liegi- of selling soft drinks, cigars, fruits, iei' cream and camlip? at. ihp fiir grounds, Aug. 10, 11 and 12 to include the Of the booth under Fnp j west ond of grand stand. Alsfiy' thp fxclusive right of on tho grand si and. Also a separate tender for re.stan- rant privilege with use of booth un- (Jer oast side of prand stand.- TO and rootn for three. A double room and a single fully modern and close in Coiitts St.. south f.nd and contracts and forms of tender had 192-O on application to the-office at the site ------'ot the Building. Ewch tender must be accompanied payable to i Apply W. B. BurnfHtrSecretary and r furnished room, of the tender. per-cent. 196-2 frt houses, stable i'cataract one! on up. the rugged of the Sreat mountain to a summit r .'nearly feet above the sea awl f more than a mile Kernie, curing a grran.f vjcw of, j" ing country, .stretching from the ,j eastern to the western slope of the J Rockies, and still be able to dine th- same day at -his hotel in. Fernie. Such fare would be much more 11 vating; elevating in more smsos t onc'to our visitors that olovniio-i secured at much a fflass slopp.v bars too many wj.rious l and are in j'of- the Of such tion. Kvery town in this proving jvortising the beauty of the j to be enjoyed by those who their way but nowhere is there an opportunity to make the niQst of grandeur as is being st-mw1. cKl to us from our Sister guardians ftvery time we lift our fl-bovo doad level of the common place the JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Box 433 Near Steam Laundry PHONE 409 AutoHiobiles, Gasoline Engines, Sceara Ploughs and Threshing Outfits G-eneral Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed NOTICE TO TRAVELLING PUBLIC If you want to get-' to the opera house on time telephone 148. Our up to date hacks jret- yon. there on Gfo. Hall "Liveryrmn." 186-26 TINDERS FOR HAY TEKDEKS will be received up to the 10th day of Auffust for the sup- ply of 250 tons first quality baled tim- othy hay. Tender may be for- whole or any part of above quantity. Hay to bif delivered in Lethbridsre a? re- quired before March 15th next.' Address Box 546. Lvthbridse Post- office. cneque any, will necessary contract U executed sitting, I a Bond in the form of large chick-jot the tend'er is received cowbarn, pijrcervj cheques Elevated ft thtCe Man .River, about seven mies ?J2S ter the executlon con- Macleod. Addres 'A.B.Y.Z..' postl office, Macleod, Alta. 195-6 is reserved to reject any or all bids or waive any defects. JOH3S! STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Public Works this twenty-" on third day of July 1909. 95-6 TO newly furnished R J' at H.A.McKallop's or 2nd occupied house south of London Road Crabb St. LOANS FARM Life Insurance Company are prepared to grant loans on'farms on very reason- nble terms. T. E. Pattcson, Agent I'OR SALE OR RENT-A thoroughly modern and up to date room- ed house. sell on terms, i Apply Adolph Swf-mmison, Duff -Vd- 196-6 TO seven roomed house on London Road. Water. Nicely pa- pered and tlin.mehout D Wilson., Box [SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is me aoie head oj a family, or any male over 18 yean FOR 5 jroomed housn oldj may homestead a quarter-aectioo DANCING LESSONS I DANCING Norman i coramfncos her classes on Wed. Aug. 4th for hall room and stage. -U the Caledonian hall, Glyn St. Hours .3 to 6. Miss Norman was a pu- pil in stage dancing, of Madam Ba.s- of Drewry Lane Theatre and Con vom. Garden Opera House (London for 3 horses, also chicken hoiw Front part of house suitable for 'bus- int-ss. Furniture can b- bought b'v leaser. Rental per month cor. John Village. 107 p, f T fnnshfld TO v; i hffv ft tf block south of Central School. f. Dominion land in ot Alberta. The must appear in person. e tanda Agency or tor ihe mfty be made Jiny Rgencj ter of intending homesteader, Six months' residence upon cultivation of the land in three yeara- A bomesteadS iHi- sconcry con.e ESTABLISHED Merchants Bank of Canada E. MOSTREAi; HEAD OFFl, Paid-up Capital..................... Reserve and Undivided Profits........ Accoirrs of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Savings Bank Branch- CoaHale Bloek, St. TO RENT--A first stable, suit- able for four tffim-s'of with a largo IKIV loft, overhead. 7f you aro in .securing stab- Imp for your horses. No. 12.31 St. any evening aftor 6 o'- clock for particulars. Win. Taylor. Rox (505. city. 197-0 live withiii nine miles of MB hcW stead on a farm of at leaat 30 TO n St. Apply Kutrene jrinn ivstaurant. 1 house on Hytens. Bel- 197-6 TO office in Ott Block. Tmmodiafrt W. Oft. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS washing at home by woman. Good work guaranteed. All kinds of garments accepted. Goods called for and delivered. Notes ad- dressed to Mrs C. M. Holland, gen. solely owned and occupied by him by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sieter.. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre.eoipJ a quarter-section alongside his home- Btead. Price J3.00 per acre. Duties. -Must reside six csontha in uf aix years from dave of entry (including the time requird to earn homestead patent) and coltirsU fifty acres A homesteader who hae exhawijfl horaestead right aud cannot >b- tain a pre-emption may take a pi chased homeatead in certain distriAo, reside six months in each of years, fifty acres and a house worth 1300.00. W.W.OORT Depoly Minister df the Unauthoricd publicaU a f.5 ,.f g will receive prompt attention. 84-0 for ?nt not ;