Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1909. "AGE SIX inS Ulc Pricc of a subscription, j MONEY TO LOAN it isn't a nice thing to think, but MONEY TO LOAN-Loan and in- H- Dear Parents, This will inform yon 1 make C. A.Cooksleys, cor. Dufferin and Crabb I Streets, my headquarters at Lethbridge this year. I'll be there every day until Christmas. 1 I-velots of things to please the boys and girls. Yours truly, SANTA GLAUS P.S --Miss Cooksley will pack and hold toys till Christmas. on a! plenty of people are willing to think suninoe on farm and city property lit. jTho Southern A'berta Loan and In- j To contestants who are meeting' vestment Co.. Bryan Block such experiences the contest man .Floor. would suggest that the good, old bus-! TO LOA.N-Whv pay win iness college typewriter practice hue wfc you be i i'v is Int lOi' 3il ,-nougli to bujiii your uvva i; srood ineu to come to the aid of the 6 per cent. We loan money partv." And that's the truth. TJwcc kinds of city on tcnna tnai Cannot be made by others, is no time ihat menus t-aii tan money from wiu.re it jf didau's in this contest as much as All kinds" of farm loans RIGHT NOW." at 7 and S per cent. Be sun- WHAT IT MEANS TO Empire Land Co.. On Winning a popularity contest means 252-d more than the mere possession of prizes which are awarded the victors. NOTICE OF REMOVAL It means that after a severe Emest E. Carver, wishes to notify pitted against the strongest people in his tunny clients that after Tuesday, 'your vicinity, you have proven yuur. 7th inst., his architects alo Dailjf Herald Market Vvaiti yuu havtr snythiug to sell or to rent place it in this column. If you wanr anything use this column. 25c insertion 6 insertions for SI PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR acres cf choice land in Township 4 Range 13. All can be steam plowed. Will sell on crop pay- ments with cash payment down. Price per acre. Apply Box M.N., Her- ald office. 05-G ftONS VACANT girl for light house work. Apply to Mrs. J. Ashcroft, 5U4 St. 305-0 Qn Glyn and Redpath Sts. sm-ii worth; that you have come out of the I fray on top. And you are on top .be- Telephone No. 1241. cause you belong there. If you non't i belong there you'll topple. Accident! may give you a foothold, but j is not a rivet and in a few days we j see the one climb to the top who i rightfully belongs there. j There are scores of people who'NOTICE TO INTENDING SETTLERS think they are your equal, who have' TAKE NOTICE that on Monday, confidence in. their'ability to provp January 10th. 1910, tlie following It is all well enough to raise and who mean to beat you if it ue within their power; to fight you all their brain and their hoggedness. lands will be open for entry; For Homestead Parts Township 9, Ranges 3 and 4, 5th Mer. [ectionards TO THE ELECTORS OF LETH- BRIDGE I Satan's home, sling mud at men who ihave given you their time gratis and I do the best they know how and when lit comes to-voting on a very import- iant piece of legislation, 10 per cent, 'of your ratepayers turn out to vote. Gentlemen, the whole fault.in slack government if such is the case, is the absolute indifference of the peo- Having accepted the nomination represent the North Ward at a meet- NoWi if my views coincide with ing: called in that district last October vours- vote for me next Monday, if hereby solicit your vote and influ- j you do it for I am going to ence in the coming municipal elec- a fight to accomplish the ARTHUR FRAYNE Very sincerely yours, FREDERICK W. BOWN. tions. above. If elected I shall endeavor to the best of my ability to further the in- terests of this part of the city in pro- Se i ERNEST A. SHARMAN terest and welfare of the whole city To the Ratepayers of the at heart. Having stated my views or plat- form at the different public meetings called I will not go to the length publishing it Thanking you for the support you may see fit to give me. I remain, yours, ARTHUR FRAYNE, 304-4 REX VIRTUE Ladies and Gentlemen: I beg to inform you that I am can- didate for Alderman at the coming election. If you think I am worthy and cap- able of serving you as such I take this opportunity of asking you to vote (or me. Tours faithfully, REX VIRTUE. 304-4 JAMES ASHCROFT To the -Electors of Lethbridge: Having consented to be a candi date for alderman and having pre- viously served in the Council. I will always use my best ability to serve interests of the City City of Lethbridge: Ladies and a voung man I may almost call myself ac old timer, having been a citizen of 1 ethbridgs since April. 1S93. It was with my sanction that I was n- n inated as a -.-andidate and I do hesitate to say .hat I wou-d sider it a sreat honor to be elected an alderman of tVs progressive HEAR and unless your brain is shrewder Purchased Homestead land your will firmer and your cfttr-j mination to defend as intense is their I zeal to vou are strong- n.'west 4th Mer. I the person who really merits Township 5, Range 11, west 4th i the first position will surely take the Mer. I _ _-..., Township o, Range 10, I and Pre-emption t Townships 1. S, 4. G. 7 and 8, Ranges girl for up- stairs work. Apply Balmoral hotel. 305-0 FOR ranches from "0 seres I'.M'J within ten miles of New Westminster. B. C., at low prices. Write to Cook Sections 33, 34, 35 and Township 1, Range 7, west 4th Mer. _______________________________. Township 1, Range S, west 4th M., NOTICE (except N. E. 1-4 Section 14, all Sec. 19 "21, 22, 23. N. E. 1-4 26 and NOTICE is hereby given that an ap-jall' 31. 32, 33, 34 and 35. plication will be made to the Legis- j Township 4, Range 12, west 4th .M. lative Assembly of the Province of i Township 3, Range 2, west 4th M. Alberta at the next Session thereof except Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, to incorporate the applicants as 25 N E_ 26, all 31, 35 and 36. company under the name "Diamond Coal Railway Company, with such powers as will enable the, company to acquire and turn to ac- count mines, minerals, mineral sub- stances, land, water, water-powers, privileges or licenses: .to construct. maintain, use and employ all kinds of buildings, erections, works, plant or machinery for manufacturing, indus- trial, mercantile, financial, residen- tial or other purposes: to construct, Township 3, Range 3. west 4th M, except Sections 2, 5, 6. 7, North 1-2 and S. E. 1-4 10, all 14, 15, 16, 17. IS 19 20 21, 22. 23, N. E. 1-4 26. all 32. 33. 34, 35 and 36. Township 1, Range 14, west 4th M (available Township 1. Range 17, west 4th M. (1) A squatter before survey (within the pre-emption area) desir- ing to secure a pre-emption adjoining homestead should notify the Do- acanire.. own and operate all conven-jmin-oa Land Agent for the district, iences for transportation; to writing, to that effect describing Admission and O in tms i heaitilyj ?J5 endorse Mayor Adiins" address to the the aic'.-ting held sg P- at HWnbotfcam, C future I particular reach the agent prior a railway from a point on the Canad- 1 coming available for entry. The ian Pacific Railway or one of its branches to or in the vicinity of Dia- ao.ent reserve such quarter sec- for the respective squatters for mond City, with power to sell to, i fifteen dayi, from the date upon which amalgamate with, or to acquire the j such were available for entry w i property, rights, privileges and Im- i according to advertisement. Caledonian HaU the evening of December 4th' am .r.y particular j on the crv.t of aj crossing from the to., the sovith part Of the ciry. I consider the day is not far off when Lethbridge will have to follow in the footsteps of other cities in adopting the commissioner system. I believe In the city keeping pac.-> with the growth of the population, in all branches of necessary improvements. All my interests are centered in Lethbridge and if elected I shall en- deavor to use my influence for the i rnunities of any other company and trith such other powers as may be granted. the best interests oi tne uity a-t advancement of the taxpayers in- large, terests at large. I am in favor of an overhead bridge, i now leave myself in the hands crossing the tracks somewhere near of the electors and if you see fit to give me your support I shall endeavor to prove myself worthy of your confi- on the north side of the citizens track. if elected I sholl use my endeavors to further the progress which has been going on steadily for the past two years. Thanking you in anticipation of your votes and influence, I remain, Yours truly. 305-3 J- ASHCROFT. F. W. BROWN Lethbridge, Dec. 8. To the General Public: In view of the-.fact that I am a candidate for membership in the coun- cil of the City of Lethbridge, I take this method of expressing my views as to the government of a progressive city like Lethbridge. 1st GOVERNMENT BY AN APPOINTED COMMISSION, selected and appointed on probation for six months, after which probation dence. Yours very truly, ERNEST A. SHARMAN. I JBB. W. Boulton ANEWLEADER Many Contestants Make Nice Gains Both Districts Have New Com- manders (2) In case a feona squatter before survey fails to notify the agent 1 before the date when the land be- eor Dated at Lgthbridge, Province for entry according 'to the advertisement then the agent shall reserve one-quarter section ad joining the quarter squatted upon, and Alberta, this Second day of Novem- ber, 1909. JOHNSTONE RITCHIE, acres of the south half of Section 13, Tp. Range 21, W. 4th. Price per acre. Terms, ited.) The Alberta Securities (Lim- 303-6 FOR 1-4 of 36 To. 3, Range 17, W. 4th. (Good.) Price per acre. Terms. The Alber- ta Securities 303-S FOR fine residence lots, close in. Also some business lots in the business section of the city. W. H. Johnson, Johnson Block. 297-O FO lots Bruce Si, at 1500 apiece. T. E. JPatteson. 287-0 300-0 FOR 8-) 91 .Ap- ply Box H., Herald .office. 272-0 WANTED A general servant. Apply Mrs. W. B. Burnett, 622 Courtland St. or. of Glyn and Courtland Sts. 303-6 At once, one good plumb- er' also one good tinsmith. J. H. Reive, Macleod, Alta. 304-6 SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATION Good Japan- ese cook wants situation. Two Japan- ese bovs want work of any kind. Ap- plv Takahara, care E. Hey- ten's P. 0. Box 384 Lethbridge. 305-6 Work as janitor or look- ''ng after furnaces. Apply J. C. Chen- ery, Box 1924, City P.O. 303-6 WANTED Bookkeeping to do even- ings bv a competent -accountant. Ad- dress Box K., care Herald. 305-2 TO RENT FOR SALE OR shop for sale or rent Tor particulars apply to H. C. Morrison. Cowley. Alta. 293-0 House in North Ward. rooms. Close to Ry. track. Will sell completely furnished on .small payment down and easy monthly navments. Apply P. O. Box 387. 299-0-x FOR lots, 75x40 each, north of London Road and west of Westminster Road, five minutes' walk from Central school. each oa easy terms. Adjoining lots sell for Would exchange for teams of. horses. Also for sale large heating stove and oak cupboard. Proctor. Apply H. 304-5 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR Bros, piano, of New York, a "great bargain. Apply for terms. A. L. Spurrier, 305 Crabb St. 305-1 TO RENT Room for one gentleman Apply 1002 Baroness Road. 303-6 Solicitors for Applicant. sciuatter be given fifteen days ANNOUNCEMENT open a within which to make pre-emption entry for same. Plan of any township above men- itioned may be obtained from the sec- 1 iretary. Department of Interior, Otta- G-LtlSb DiNING ROOM Sunday Dec. 12. at 701 Bompas St., cor. Glyn St. Oysters and a home cooke.d din- be served from 6 to S wa. Canada, price ten cents Candidate for Council 1910-11 If elected my ambition will be to "Make Good." Your vote and influence respectfully solicited. number of tober was eleven. About 68 firms and workers were involved. There were 439 work people injured in the same month, and 146 of the accidents were fatal. LAST SITTING NEXT FRIDAY the Commissioners go before the peo-j Ottawa; Dec G__. pie for approval. In this Ij must trade in Oct gest that more interest will have to be shown by the rate payers than has been the case heretofore. Ways and Means commit- tee to be appointed by the Mayor, of} six capable men, three from the Coun- cil and three at large to devise ways and means for adopting a commission to handle the affairs of the City to be subawtted to the people for their approval. Electric Light and Water Works departments to be immediate- ly placed on an independent basis, books and records to be kept in synoptic form that any citizen Another day of tremendous voting, the outside district candidates mak- ing the greater gain. The total cer- tificate vote cast today was almost) The lineup shows a new leader in the contest, as well as new j names at the head in each district. I The contestant holding first place in District No. 2 almost doubles her score. One candidate in the city gains two steps in the standing, while a candidate in District No. 2 also advances two "rounds." It is a splendid plan to vote up occasionally. It gives your friends confidence and makes business come easier. "PROMISES" A great many candidates have "pro mises" of aid when they make a show ing that their friends will feel justi- fied in coming to their support. A good many people promise just to let the candidate -down' easy, and when they are finally asked to make good resort to the miserable expedient of uer p.m. and 503. Table per week. Home cooking. Good service. Telephone 10T for Sunday dinner reservations. M. SALE Cadillac AUTOMOBILES T. S. McKenzie, Dirt. Agent Phone 274 P.O. Box 547 Macleod, Alberta, Dec. attempting to discourage the candi- last criminal case for this size is set down for Friday next and is Rex vs. Polzin for obtaining mon- ey under false pretences. This is simply a little out- cropping of-selfishness. If they dis- courage t-be candidate they are sav- (jretvour in Early. HIDES; PELTS, FURS Wanted at 405 Smith St, J. YOUNG available lands apply to the Agent of Dominion Lands, Lethbridge, Al- FOR Dec 13, a steam heated modern 7-roomed housekeep- ing flat in the %7ictoria Mansions, Redpath street- For particulars ap- ply to Fred. W. Downer, city. 303-3 FOR large furnished room with all conveniences. Also room and board for one or two gent- lemen. Apply 425 Bartlett St- FOR organ. cash and a month for four months will buy this beautiful instrument. Ap- ply to A. L. Spurrier, 305 Crabb St. suitable for store, good location. close to mine. Anply Box 460, Lethbridge. FOR bowling alleys, oom- TO warehouse 20 x feet, situate on Round St., cen- tral. Apply Howard Case Co., Duff Adition or P. O. Box 104. 300-6 301-6 plete, as good as new one .merican billiard table, one lectric banjo. ?300.00. Apply E, "VV. Hume, Box 84, Calgary, Alta. J. W. STAFFORD, Agent of Dominion Lands. Dated at Lethbridge, 7th December, 1909. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS For a first-ciaaa iob In CLEANING AND DYEING Ladies' or Gents' Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 353 TO and suites of of- fices in the Sherlock Fireproof Build- ing. Heat, elevatpr and ianitoring free. 87. Apply R. E. Sherlock. Box 283-25 TO rooms, hot and cold water. British Rooming House. New Hill Block. 294-12 TO fully modern house on Ernest St., close to Dufferin. Ap- ply to The C. B. Bowman Agency. 97-O The peculiar properties of Cham- berlain's Cough Rerr-edy thoroughly tested durin if he wishes to strike a balance a any time and know where your niun icipal owned plants stand he can do j .R so. If they show a loss at any time. Qf pneumonia remedy the fault at ouce. tg until the end of the month, year or lor a new Council, as the fellow says DO IT NOW. Excuses of any kind for failure to keep records in proper shape should not be tolerated. paving of the business section, the extension of waterworks sewers, etc. to the outlying districts. building of a street rail- way at the earliest practicable mo- ment. Or, if outside capital can be induced to build same under a- fran- ehise that would permit the City to confiscate and operate the road in case of failure on the part of the company to fulfill its obligations. For the City to have absolute control as to maximum rate of fare both inside the city and outside. In this way I do not consider that the City would loosen up any of its hold on the streets but would be in a position to dictate and not be dictated to. In conclusion I might say that I could sit here a month and show.what! has been done in other places, but excuse roe I prefer to be original as we have as capable men as there are anywhere on the American continent right here in Lethbridge. who are ca- pable of originating and not copying We don't want any other place's form of government. We want our own and if not capable of figuring cat our own destiny, we arc s. poor have been epidemics influenzai and when it was taken ame we ftave not heard Qf a single Sold toy drug- i KEEPS HIS PEOPLE IN IGNORANCE Panama. Dec. arriv- ing from Nicaragua say that the peo- ple in that republic are kept in ig- norance of what is happening through out the country. So strict is the censorship maintained by President Zelaya that residents of the western of Nicaragua have not learned of the threatened cutting off of rela- itions between the United States and Nicaragua. General Toledo is besieg- ed at Greytown, which is surrounded on land and sea by the insurgents. General Vasquez, commander of the government forces at the last battle i near Rama was be cause of the defeat suffered by the j government troops. This battle is, I said to have been a desperate one. Telephone 189 O I EXPRESS AND I BAGGAGE WAG- ON FOR RE Quick Service a family, or any male over 13 years old, may homestead a quartex-jseetion of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or .Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry by proxy may be made at any agency on certain condition? by father, mo- ther, son, daughter, brother or sister of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of bia home- stead on a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, L 302-6 OR Collie pups for ale. Call on or address John David- on, Coaldale, Alta. 304-4 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS once, gentleman or ady for cleaning and pressing "ladles' work, steady place. City Dye Worts, Opp. Herald office. 303-C Vv let contract to drill well 7. miles from Barons. Bert C. ?rotzman, gen. del. Or Apply The llinois Alberta Realty Co. 297-O and gents' cast off clothing, shoes, hats, guns and musical nstruments, trunks, stoves and val- ses, and second 'hand furniture. Apply Co., 530 to the Harvard Tailoring; rabb St. P. O. Box 2t94. Land. Want one- clay subsoilv guaranteed nader fa- vorable season and best cultivated conditions to yield '40'bu. wheat With- in 5 miles of elevator. Must be level. Wild or cultivated. State spot-cash price. Ernest Perry. Gen. Delivery, 'algary, Alta. LOST AND FOUND Thursday, on Redpath or Round Sts., lady's open face gold watch the initials "M.H.M." en- graved ori the back. Also fob. Find- er will be rewarded by returning to Herald. 305-O Currie's pasture, 7 miles east of Lethbridge, about Oct. 1 one iron grey 'illy and one dark bay gelding, each coming two years old and branded K2 on left thigh. Ten dollars reward for delivery to Bur- nell Furman's Livery Stable, Leth- bridge. 305-5 lady's small brown purse containing in the Hudson's Bay store about 8 p.m. Saturday 4th Dec. 1909. Leave 1002 Baroness Road. gold watch and fob, size 6, hunting case. Finder; please call at 529 Bartlett street for reward. Mrs. G. Schimnour. 303-6 Whipple (well borer) had the misfortune to lose his pocfcet book on Nov. 1st, whilst travelling between Sundial and the government well on the corner of township 11 range 20. Will the finder pleaae no- tify Mr. Whipple at Sweet-Valley P 0. 275-0 yearling white steer and 1 red heifer, one red and white heifer branded inverted V over JF on right hip. Send informa- tion to Box 568, Lethbridge. filled Waltham watch, 17 jewels, monogram. Call at Herald Office. 304-1 BAND OR class union music. Music for all occas- ions.' For particular, phone 298.