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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDUt tAIL drivers. Other entries are in vited for this sale. L Phone 189 POST OFFICE CLERK IS IN TROUBLE Lindsay, G. Hen- ley, a clerk in the Lindsay [Ofrt- office., was arrested today at the in- stance of Postoffice Inspector ;Hen- derson, charged with, stealing the contents "of, several packages- WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND FOR your land at prices that can't .beat.: We can j sell you iib.OO up to I per -any from lonejquarter up a? 150 sec- jtions in one block: one-tenth of the purchase, price in'cash and the balance, in nine, equal annual instal- ments with interest at 6 per cent, on the: .unpaid balance; "The Empire Land Co., upstairs in Otl Box 60.. Phone 394. 191-0 Coal Mines Act of -1908: and ithe mine workers do; not intend tp the Coal Miniss Act of jiose, by any. chicanery, the few priv- 1908 provides iii Section. 3 [lieges (which indeed., .are they "The Lieutenant Governor in Coup- cil may. m the event of any great enjoy. miaers oi Lethbridge, while NOTICE. I- am instructed by'the creditors to offer for sale the assets of the Hosroer Trading. Company, of'; C., consisting in part-of-stock of general SAVE DOCTOR'S BILLS By eating clean, well-cooked iind wholesome food at coal exceeding -the supply a.t j merchandise valued -at and furniture, fittings and land taken. estimated' to" be worth about warned. Must- be able to cook. Wages a month. Apply 314 Cutbill St., 1st house off Eedpath. 210-10 girl to assist with light housework. Apply Mrs. James A: McDonald, 1255 Dufferin St. 212-0 dining Balmoral room girls. 215-0 W general servant or housekeeper, one- who can ..'take "charge of house. Apply Lethbridge Meat Market. 216-0 experienced tailor. Ap- ply Box S15-6 general' servant..' lor housework. Apply Mrs. George Tay- lor, 650 Bartlett St.; City: class ..pattern-mak- er- and two first class fitte: s. -'Apply .Lethbridge Iron Wor'is, City.v.-.-Ht'. 2166 single man to take care of ;at; 321 Grabb .St. 217-6 THE ALEXANDRA CAFE The oul} White Restaurant in tbi- city. It costs no than, the-cheapest place in "the "city. We furnish the best the mfivkei affords .for the least possible cost, to our many patrons. Our three-course Lunches ciiul Dinners 25c. 30c. 35c. -iOc. 45c. and includes a full line of. Vegetables and Dessert N. H. MURRAY, Prop. Corner Round and D Streets action, but at a mass j Offers in writing to be forwarded to the -time, by suspend to helA Sunday it is the undersigned, so 'as to be re- the operation- of this act to such an they wil] endorse' the lat61' tlie lsV SePtem' G-. MOFFATT, Assignee. Mrs.. -W. B. Burnett', a maid starting Sept. 1: Applv -Mrs H: O'Hagan, 100S Eedpath 17-6 .extent and for such a period as may be named in the order, either-as re- spects all coal mines, -or any_ class of coal mines; and action of the Royal, jLocal at Taber. i Tne realize also, tnat if in future there may be a short- whereas, the condi- age Qf machjne the mines. becausg tlhe :prices paid for lions .prevailing at this time m the _t domestic coal mmes of Alberta .do tuis -work, in some of -the mines at ;not presasrc any shortage of domestic are not eufficient to allow the oal, and {men to make a wage -oh which they "Whereas, there are. now a larffe. the only reason why number of sn-aoMae runners at present opera.tors wish to em-orce longer in .-the; mines., working at other em- hourSj is because it .v-would; under ployment than that of machine runn- guch 'circumsta31Ces, -them to ing, owing to the there are. more tJhan sufficient.' men to handle that class of employment, T No." 1959' U. 3f. W. bf A. do hereby. '.-'Resolve that we will make'strenu- ous efforts to offset any: attempt on of Operators of Al'berta, .to enforce longer hours of upon -the miiie-workers wiiich. same action ;is made, possible by .the aforementioned order-in-council, and be it further Resolvexi that copies of this resolu- tion be sent to the Premier of Alber- ta, and the members for the bridge City, Lethbridge, and "Rocky Mountain Constituencies.'-' This should convince the govern- ment and the public of Alberta, that make a bigger profit from the labor of -'their employees, and .force their employees to work longer hours, in order to get a living wage. ONLY ROUTINE BUSINESS DONE. BY CABINEF Ottawa, Aug. -first cabinet meeting since Sir Wilfrid L return from Arthabaskavdlle was held but it was subsequent- -Fernie, B. 'C., 24th August.. 1908. 18-1 assistants and apprentices to dressmaking. Ap- ply Mrs. T. :-W. Clarke, cor. Cutbill and Redpath P 0. Box 502- Xr ANTED FOE modern house, .9 rooms with bath, hall, situated on south side of Bruntoh. 4th house .west of .entrance :to.; Athletic Grounds. Price will handle: Apply Owner, and save commission. Lethbridge Hotel Barber 14-f MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR SALE TeglstereaI.; Clydesdale gentle to handle.'; weight about 1750. :V; Will... trade mares, milk cows, etc. -Write Geo; A. Davis, Sec. 6-3-9, Warner. 210-U FOR .J.I.Case .steel -sepaT-; ator, with self .high tag- ing about -1450 Ibs., branded: P left shoulder, left hind; ankle largje. One light bay branded P left shoulder, weighing aoout-1450 Ibs. One light :bay -weighing" about 1500 alick, foundered on front feet, somewhat" and mane tinder col- lar" shorn. All in good Thirty dollars reward for' informa- tion that will lead Jto their recovery of the three, or for one of them. Notify Janae Bros., Ca'inrose; Alta. i 200-30 return of; four mares ..branded LM on left and seven geldings .branded 7L on- left' hip. Notify A. A. Johnston., ietabriijge, Sec. early, in June, one dark sorrel gelding about ten years old, rangy built, large hock joints, no brand, weight about 1200 Ibs. Finder will be re-' warded by returning to or .address- ing L. C. Barrett, Ban-hill, Alta. 15-12 N.W. Sec. 18, Twp. 14, Rge. 18 one bay mare, blind in Tight halter attached No brand. Weight about 1400 Ibs.j Came to my months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in eacL i of three years. A. homesteader maj j live within nine miles oJ tiis home stead on a farm of at leiwt 60 j solely owned and occupied by him by his father, mother, son. daughter. brother or sister. In certain districts a j in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his home- istaad. Price 53.00 per'acre. Duties FURNISHED irent in fully modern house. Apply Mrs. Nield, 528, Bartlett. 217-6 TO room in ful- r rnoaern hoasc. of baseball Apply 2nd house grounds, Bnmton 218-6 ill rent for com men cine: FURNISHED one or two months. reside sir months in eacc j Sept. 107 roy completely furnished j of sis years from daie of homeatead living- suite in the Shepard Block. i entry including the time required u per month. Apply j. "R, Kolsey. i earn homestead pateut) and cultivaU j Box 443. 218-2 fifty acres extra. homesteader who hae exhausted i LAND WANTED of Leth- frnrn a Irm a f0lir sections sections i bit homestead tight and cannot ob- j tain a pre-emption may take a pui [.chased homestead in certain i ood- jand> steam plow proposition. Price per acre. Distance from railroad no object, 'reside six months m each of thre. gtate lowest ke and be5t {ems place two weeks ago. Stirns, Sundial, Alta Apply 0, A. 217-U the Cannon ranch 17 miles south of Lethbridge about Aug. 20, one cow branded HOS on left ribs, Iso had picket rope and stake fastened to her. Owner can have same by paying for this ad. 17-4 BOARD AND ROOM ROOMS AND For steady yonng men Apply Mrs. W. Porter, east of Maternity Hospital, N. Ward. 217-6 years, cultivate fifty acres and I a house wo-tb W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of the Inter publicatv-n advertiserr ?nt will not bw for. Purchaser, P.O. Box 97, Lethbridge, Alberta. 217-6 orders for drayinjr of j all kinds promptly attended to. John Cantin. Hill Block. 212-26 ESTABLISHED 11854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Branch Coal-dale Block, RedpatH St: TENDERS Will receive tenders up till Aug. 31st for digging a hole 4x5 feet 275 feet deep to coal. Timbered with 2 inch cedar plank, wjtn ladder spiked on- West side Section 8-10-22 W. 4. ALEX GtfcWILLlAM. 208-12 Regina, Box 1163. 4 I o NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that in ac- cordance with the provisions of The Irrigation Act the Municipality of the City of Lethbridge have filed the necessary memorial and plans requir- ed by Sections 13 and 15 of the said. j A fit with the Commissioner of Irriga- j tion at Calgary Alta. The applicant municipality appli- es ior thf right to divert forty cubic feet of water per second from the Belly River on the southeast quarter of Section 36 Township 8. Range 22, west of the 4th Meridian, for other waterworks purposes and for the right to construct the, necessary works, shown by the memorial and plans filed to enable the water so diverted to be used ior the said other -water- works' purposes in the streets, and roads of the said city. Dated .it Lethbridge, Alta., 4th day of August, 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEAfiE; Solicitor for Applicants.- ;