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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEHALU SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1UI3 PUUL1C XOT1CK is J-ereby eivc-G Dotatmou l.ands oud ot record in the it ittrsuaui-to crJcr of tie ;rsorablo Mr. nude the day of XovFiuSor, -V 13, ill a certain nctlou pending in o Supreme L'ourt of Albert. al District of Maclfod. wherein The COKIKIUV. a Certain morliiastj usl Seed given bv the fatuJlau Coal ousolidated. Limits, lo secure the of a series ft dcWcmros V. each. ihc sura of :I20.000 is Plaintiff, ar.d saW Can- lllii Coal LimitiM. and 'hers are 'Sere v'iil lie >ld by uubllc suclioii at iho Sberirt'6 fficc 'at the Court Housrs in the City f CaUjiry, hi the Province of AlbertA 'acada cm Saturday the 210; day ot auuarr, A. Ml. at the hour u[ welve'o'clock uoou. all the real and icrsonal nroperly aud assets of the aid Canadian Consolidated. Urn- ted, mentioned iu the aid mortgage trust deed lexceut sacli lortloas thereof as have been Fold. or disposed oO being the r.nd builiimss, ti'.Iceral rishts, Teeholcl and leasehold, irrigation lights, machinery ar.d iitant owned v the said Canadian real Consoll- jilted, Ureiled. in concertina with its '.oal mine and electric lighting system ;t Frank. Alberta, and the hoiel pio- Iierty kuonti as the Sanltoriuui Hotel at rrank Alberta uWe r-artic'Jl.rly IHM'artmMit of lily Interior, aud Firsily. ihose itorliccs of tot- west half of section thirty ISO) which, ale not by any of the waters ot Crow's XeM Itiver coalaiums together three Uunun-d and. eighteen .inO fifty liunl- dreJths acres more o.- cepiing out i'f the uorihwe.-t quarter five and hundrfUths 15.1'j) acres more cr for railway light O! way of-tho Canadian cciirany. Crow's -Nest t'ass braui'h, as said rieul of uuy is shown on :i McJ iiruse Uacd Titles of- Ike fur the SciMll Alberta Land jratien District as "Ky. Secondly (O acres more or less for a roadway :ts shown on a t'ltui thereof lik'd in ssM Laud Titles Office as "So. K'lc! and, thirdly, sixteen tiuii- dredtUs l.1C) of an ai-re more or less as described in CeriicVate of Title "K. S. 105." aud secondly, the souihweu quarter of section (31) con- taining one huzidreJ aud sixty (K'O) fit-res iiiorp or less. there- of: firstly four and ihrif tenth 14-3) acres more or less for a roadway as shown on a plan thereof [lied iu said lAiid Titles Ortice as Second- lv, those i.-ortloiis described in Certifi- cate of Tills "X.K. Si'" and -X.F1. 100" and tiilrdly, that portion nhich is com- lirL-ed witliln a plan of pan of Frank: In the I'roviuee of Alberta of record ill Office for the South ed f (a) Freehold (1) All and singular dose ceitain t.irccls or tracts of land and premises slloate, lying, and being toe 1'ro- ifnce of Alherta. L-jnn'ofon of Canada, moro particularly, described as follows, thai is to'sa.v: Lots five (5) to eleven Ml) and sit- (16) to (2i) In WocS lots fire (a) to sii (C) and fight (S) to twenty U'p) In block seventeen lols one (1) to (blr- leen US) and (IS) to twenty CO) in block cishteen lots one 11) to twelve (12) Iu blocV nineteen lots fourteen U4) lo elsbteen Jo bloi-k trcenty-one lots cue. (1) to eight' (S) In twenty .tiro lots occ (1) to seventeen ,117) and nineteen (19) to twenty-two in block twenty-three iots ;five 15) to eleven (11) in block twerity- lols one (1) to eijiteia in bloct twenty-ate IOU 'oae fqutteen siileeu iviifteteea (18) twenty, (20) and twenty- Alberta Land Kesislratioa District as "Frank 3C61 Hcservius out of yar- ccl. firstly above described unto HEs Majesty, "his successors uud all mint's and minerals and out of the liarcel secondly above described unto His Majesty, iiis successors and as- signs, all mines auii minerals except ooal, a'ud tfce.rteht to work the fame, according to Certificate of Title No. X. V. Mr. (b) Freehold Mineral Rightt: (D'-Al! minerals otlior than gold and silver within, upon or under tlui uhole of section thirty (3Q) in ship seven (71 rause Uiree weit io-'i-estr-s.'i in block ;iwenty-sii lots twenty-three (23) fwentr-sevea and thirty-fire to thirty-nine (39) and forly: itliree (43) co fortpfive block 'twenty-eight -lots to jthirleen {13) In block twenty-nine lots tn-elre thirteen, 'thirty' (30) to- thirty. forty-one (41) to forty- '.loiir Hi) lii' block tlirtr lots .to six 16) vin block thirty-one. to eighteen (iS) in one (1) to isvsntjf-lvfo in thirty-three. and, Lets" "twelve (Ui-to'fifteen iu lots eight (S) 3f- jl. seVenU'cn (17) and eishleen irPblock twenty-six lots clock ffrfenty-Eeren lot seven in yiloct lots fourteen and fifteen In block thirty 5JI20) and lots twelve (12) and thirteen In.block twenty-four (24) all in- including all buildings and situate thereon and including ilie premises known as the old tipple', and powerhouse; according lo tfertiSntes of Title No. If.'V. 252. (2) Firstly, the west half ot section in township saven [range three (S) weal ot tbe fifth (5) pleridtan, in the Province of Alberta, 320 acrei more or IKS. fc Secondly, the west half of section [nineteen- (13) in township seven 17) (range taree t3) west of the fifth (5) in the Province ot Alberta .cbnlatnlDg 320 acres more or leas; ac- cording to Certtficite of Title No. S. (3) .Those' tarcsls of situate in seven. (7) range three [3) cf tiie filth (5) Meridian, in the Pro- vince of Alberta, containing sis hun- f fdred anil forty (610) acres more or less and the right to. work the same, ac- cording to Certificate-or Title V. (2) All minerals other than coal and except gold anil silver, within, noon or under the ECuthwest quarter of section thirty-one in township seven 17) range three west of the fifth (5) Meridian, in the Province of Alberta containing one hundred and (ISM acres more or less and the righ Lo 5rork tie same; according to C'er jifinite of Title Xo.X-V. 34C. All minerals other titan gold and stlyer villhin, upon or nnder tbe north west- rfuarter' thirty-otie (31) in township seven range thre. 13) west of the fifth (5) Meridian, in the Prorince of Alberia, containing one hundred and sixty (ICO) acres more or less and the right to irork th iame aud the payment o the royalty provided for in the sran from toe Crown, A. E." according to Certificate'of Title So. Firstly: Ail mineral rights ex- cepting gold and silver within, upon or under, the of sec- Utni" in township saven 17) range four t'4) west of the filth (5) MetMtoa in the Province of .Muerta, conlaining one hundred and sixty DM) acres more or less ann the right to WOTK ttm same, and secondly: All of the surface rights to the said uorlheast rjuarter, excepting thereout that portion occltfiied by tbe. bed of tile stream inown as the Crow's iNest (c) Sanitorium Holtl Property Tl.e east halt ot section .tttlrty-'slx vi-J) lit tcwnsliii) sevc-a (7) four 4) of fifth (5) Xcrldia'j. Iu ho Trovlnco of which "are ot covered by any of (h? ustt-rs of ho Crow's Xesi Hive.-, as shown on a ot survey ot the said at Ottawa ?nil of December. by Kdouvard Surveyor- lenerul of DiMiiinloi! Lands ami of re- in the Department of th? Interior by aduieasureuient three wnjred and "ttftceu (J15) acres more cr loss. Hc-seriiui; unto H.'i Mnjeily, iiis ninfrjls and ilie rijht to work the anie and thereout: Vlrstly aud huudredths 13.SS) acies uioro or for right jf way of the Canadian 1'aclElc Rall- vay, Crow's Kesi Branch, all'thii portion which lies between two iiu-5 parallel with and each said line _'.ng one.hundred (SOD) feel perpen- dicularly distant on. opposite sides roiu the centre line of the said rail ivay, as shown oil a plan of said right of way filed iu the Ijnd Titles Office 'or the South Alberta Land Keglslra.- .ion District as Ry. 27: and. secondly twenty-hundredth (4.20> fc-rc3 more or less, for a roadway be- .us a slrlp of land one ciaiu in width crossing the said land as shown on a plan of said roaiiway filed iu the said Titles Offlce as 30C5 K; and and fourteen liu'n- dreiHhs (IS.l-t) acres more or less be- those ponious of legal subdii Islonr eight (S) ulna (9) described as fol- Ccnmiencing at the southeast corner of said lesa) subdivision nine llience corth along the eastern joimdary thereof, three hundred and ignty (3SO> feet, thence norlh forly- fivo (45) degrees -west seven hundred anil fifty (750) feet, thence south ty-five (45) degrees west six hundred a'nd, seventy-nlue var waa twice unndeiuccd to death, bul lie points out nowadays that (he npver executed. During tlic.sauie period lie was hcM jirisonr-r for soiuo- time iu a Toronto To The Old Home In Scotland, England and tht Cjr.tinsnt can be made at tht lowest cost. now steuuiers. Weekly Bailings, llcscrve ac- cotomoilalious now, For full infornialion ask any railway or .sleaiushlii agent, or. w H. E. UDMAN, General Agenlj 3-19 Main St Winnipeg, Man, and cooking quality and iu the practically the whole output has beer: sold to the Canadian Pacific Hallway Company. Since the liquidation of the Company In 1912, (he Trus- tee has operated the mines suflkientlj- any deterioration of the prcperly. The Company has a franchise for" lighting the Town of Frank auU the saldv lowu with water.. The iiiiici iu with which the company holds a license lu sell intoxicating liquors from the Province I of- Alberta contains sixty-six and'is. modern throughout ami has in conncctlon therewifh sulntiur bathF from a-sulphur spring adjacent, the waters. of which are considered oj at the Hislcy July meeting, aul is known to .lumiy.l'anaJiaus. There arc a uuuiber of Torontoniatiii a familiar figure last quarter of milavy as a war first for .the Ccniral Xcus Agei.fy ami then iur the don Daily Telegraph. Mis -.ul who remember Uurlcigh and his Can- career in Confntrratc service fil- adiah cxpcricncts. them is ted him for the He served .Mr. A. VV. Wright, the Conservative throughout the Arst Kgyptian ram- orRanizrr ami who cvrn and wrote iip'lluy h.ittlc ot sisttd Uurleigh in a fuli'c attempt 'I'cJ-rl-Kchir lie correspondent in was not a southerner, hul and later accompanied llic desert col- a Glasgow Scotsman, who was first. uinn on thp inarch from Korli by the forces hc- of his skill iit invculing means for the destruction', o! the vessels southern pbrls. He lieulcnani in "the famous seizure of the Philo I'arsons atirf Isl- and .Quctn in the attempt- to capture the United Stale.- gumboat .Michigan on Lake Krie- The filibusters, attcc the failure of the expedition, scattcr- great medicinal value. The property will be sola subject to a reserve' bid which has beea fised by a judge. ._ N'o! person is to advance less than 1100.00 fit any bidding and no person shjll refract MB bidding. .Tbo highest bidder shall bo the pvr- chaier, aud if any dispute arises ar to.ihe last or highest bidder, the pro- perty shall be put up at a former bid- dini-. Tiie at tho time of'eale is to subscribe liln name and 'address to an agreement for the completion 61 the purchase and to pay down 060 in cash oh account ot his 'purchase money, to the Trustee. Tho remainder j whereabouts after, (he i'hilo J'arsons Melemnah in ISSt. He the Ashantec expediiion, the Athara pcilitton, arid was present ut the tak- ing of Omdnnnau by. Lord Kitchener, Kor thtee years he with the Uritish in Souiii Africa, ilc. Uutleiph last vhileU Canadu lie crossed the continent for Totio io (ako up his duties as correspondent iu the' Japatiesc-llussian lie did cit lo various parts of anJ not visit Toroniu im that- Burleiirh went to Guplph, A. j allhoupli forty yean; it Wright a' yorag lad ia lheih.a'1 been the oi luotitlis' incar- "Hcrald" Previously Hurleigh, ccratioa and where he J aKer'his arrival in Canada from" (he hcro'oi a "celebrateil t-j iiad slaved in Ouelph, arid ruinur lias it that he had secret- ly induced friends he made there and at I'reston to cast a cannon for him for belligerent uses. The United Stales through ttie-SBv- Goiifrey P. learned o! the purchase price, which may be! aiiil Caiiadian'ofliccrs were ue- .the debentures'of the deij nmst hini for piracy anil -ndant Company to an amount equal for' ths neutrality laws." the amounts outstanding under fiuch I as provided by the ortief AIUKU lint fsadi to debi of the Court, shall And also the fuli and free right anil liberly from time to lime and at all times with workmen, horses and carts and other persons and tbiogs requisite to enter Into and upon said works' for the purpose of repairing acd amending Itiver. p.s thown on a ?lan of survey of the same and into and upon the- lands the said township, signed at Ottawa SSih October, by Edouvard De- ville, of Dominion Lards, and" of record in the Depart- ment of the Interior, containing one hundred and fifty-nine (15S) acres more or lesa, according to Certificate cf Title No. N. V. I'M. (5) All mineral other than gold and silver, within, or under the east half of section thirty-Ess (35) in lower ship seven range four (tl wtst of the fifth (5) McMillan, in the Province (B) Meridian, In three hundred Province" cf Alberta, as shown on z of the satd township, Otiawa i9jJ-. by Devllle, Surveyor-General of (320) aures mere or less, ami the right to worfc the same, according to Certificate of Title No. V. 251. adjoining ihe same on eiihtr, side thereof as far as may be necessary for that purpose. Subject to the provisoes and condi- tions contained iu Ihc said grant from the Crown.' (t) Leasehold Mineral Rights: (11 The leasehold interest in and to all coal in and under, that certain parcel or tract, of land jUuale. and being in the Province of Alberia comprising the vrtfit half of section tf, in township 8, ranee 3 and legal sub- divisions 'l, 7, and S and the northeast quarter of section 1, in township S, racge 1. west of the 5lh Meridian, ccn- latDfn? an" area of six hundred acres more or less. ami minerals right to rcork the same. you do buy through ndvertlftlng, whether you know it or not, why not Took for the advertising Instead of making it constantly look for you. If you wll do this, the whole problem will be simplified im- mediately.. When this is done, th- selling .cost of everything will again be lowered and you, the buying public, will be the ones to gain the benefit. It also a lot of differ- ence.whether the man you buy from really behind his mer- chandise, or merely behind his counter. And, whether you are buying for quality or buying for1 price, the man behind his mer- chandise is the only man to trust. The man who advertises gives you.his bond, of good faith. He ME to what he fiays, If he tfotcn't live up to his claims, you've got something to come back M. You can put your tinker on him. You know where1 he's at. The man who doesn't advertise has nothing .to Tost and therefore he is liable to be less careful of what he does. This paper ioday la filled with ihe advertisements of men have the .courage fo stand back of their merchandls-.. Look over the advertising read what these men have to fay and mskc your choice of all you buv. ;