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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta I Lethbridgc DaUy Herald, Friday, February II. 1010 We will trade improved city-property for laud anywhere east or south of land for city property, lot in North inills for 11500.00. cash, balance to suit. Good 5-rooin cottage on 4 lots in North Ward for cash, balance to suit. Lots 30 and block 25 Duff addition, each. Quarter cash, balance 3-6-9-12 months. Lots 43 and 44 in block 20 Duff addition each. Quarter cash, .balance 3-6-9-12 months. Lots 1 and 2? block 21 Duff Addition" (61 feet frontage, for two. Quarter cash, balance 3-6-9-12 months. Lots 69 and 70 block 22 Duff addition each. Quarter cash, balance 3-6-9-12 months. Lots 23 and 24, block 21 Duff Addition, each. Half cash, balance 3 and 6 months. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block. Phone 777 j; LEAVE' IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO CAPITAL AUTHORIZED........................ 000 000 CAPITAL PAID UP RESERVE FUND D. R. WILKIE, Pres. HON. ROBERT- JAFFRAY, Vice-Pros. Accounts of corporations, municipalities, merchants, farmers jnd private individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bunk Accounts. Deposits of and upwards received and interest from date of deposit LETHBRJDGE BRANCH: .W. R. SEATLE, Beside Berkley's Store. SUB-BRANCH OPENED Corner Ford and Westminster the Flour Mills ii OUR LETTER BOX. 1 OBJECTS TO NEWS ITEM To ihe Editor of the Herald, ty i Lethbridge, Alta. Dear notice in the issue of your valuable paper of the 5th inst. an item regarding an accident to Isa- dore Montalbetti which occurred in the mines of the Canadian Coal Con- j> solidate.d. Ltd., at Frank on February 4th, 1910. It reads as follows: "Isadora Monalbetd, an employee of the Canadian Coal Consolidated Company was terribly injured in an I accident in the Frank mine todav THE SUN TYPEWRITER Visible Writing Heavy Manifolding Perfect Work Extreme Speed We are also Agents for. the Victor Safe and Lock Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio. Get our prices on safes and save money. I OPPOSES A COMMISSION t 4? S 3 3 I .J i T-L he Sun Agency 411 Ford St. P. 0. Box 96 Lethbridge, Atta. GEO. BEATON EXPERT PICTURE FRAMER All Work Guaranteed Prices Reasonable Cement House Giyn St, Lethfaridge Orders Promptly Executed NEW SARNES COAL MINE CO. Lethbridge Box 496 BEST COAL OIV THE MARKET PER TON Strictly -C: D. Car load lots specialty. Skipped promptly 'on receipt of order. -i iuii yai LI Form oi Municipal Gov- the facts Auto- cratic Ke was caught between two lorry cars and had one hip so TERRIBLY CRUSHED and MANGLED that am- putation of the limb will be neces sary." Let me say, Mr. Editor, and I have full particulars of the accident, that are grossly misrepresented. j That he was crushed, mangled and Ithat amputaiion of liinb is necessary is !not true. To say the least your cor- has a very fertile imag- ination I would advise him to include i.- Spokane, Wash., Feb. ia-M3 vocabulary such words as "nor- is nothing representative about the dreadfully, fearfully, which commission form of government; it are synonymous, of "terribly." These is an autocratic proposition and I adverbs had been added would am going to fight if have served to impress more forcibly upon the minds of your readers the Such the declaration made today seriougness of tne acddeQl l am ,n_ by Thomas Maloner, onoe of the best fomed by doctQr jn charge known labor men in the city and form- the maQ: 8ufferlnB from a fractured er vice president of the Washington thigbf which is cercainly quite serious> State Federation of Labor, when in- and that he IaW Qff from tervfewed on the proposed plan to ;for some considerable time adopt a municipal commission I notice from Ume to Ume that kane. He added: lis a disposition on the part of corres- "The great trouble is that men will pondents from Frank to use the dark- be men, no matter where you put est colors when picturing anything re- ?hem and it is the people's fault that lating to the affairs of the Canadian men whose sole idea is to serve Consolidated, Ltd., particularly ial interests are placed in positions when the matter of which they treat of power where may do harm. anyway militates against the com- "The present system can not be Pany. They are careful to he silent improved upon, except through the se- however when anything good is said, lection of good men..-, One of the great t troubles now Is' that the legislative i branch wants to dictate to the tive department "The commission plan is purely au- tocratic and I am opposed to it and will fight against It It is undemocrat- ic, and I do not believe that it will stand the test Theoretically, it may be a good thing, but in practice we must figure on human frailty, and that is the great drawback." "The evil tnat men do lives them "The good is'oft times interred with their bones." I would therefore advise the public not to take too seriously the news items of many of .our Frank corres- pondents. Thanking you, Mr. Editor, for the MARK HAMBOURG ON ST. PATRICKS NIGHT Your truly, C, J. TOMPKINS. 'WINNIPEG MARKETS .Mark Hambourg, the famous pianist who has jnst arrived in the east for Feb- opened to and closed 1-2 higher. his Canadian tour, is coming to Leth- American markets 14 o bridge. A contract with him has been j secured to play here on ..March the 'Seventeenth in Knox church.' This an of which the people M. C. that Mark Hambourg was In- than yesterday close and held firm for first part, of session but advanced be- fore close. The close was from 3-8 under yesterday. The strength was caused by persistent reports of crop damage In the winter wheat belt, but expert Judges wired that the Kansas t Cellars to dig, Apply Box r 51-2 Fincy'Box Alto Grapes And Rhubarb We have Class Washington POTATOES MISCELLANEOUS WANTS about 20 50 ft. suitable for storing furniture, iu the vicinity of the T'est office. Apply Loth- bridge Furniture Co., Ford St. 51-6 Craddock Vioer i: Family Grocers J Redpath Street Sherlock Block LETHBIPGEINV THE GAZETTE According to a notice in the cur- rent issue of the. Alberta Gazette the city will apply for an act extending the boundaries as follows: By adding the north halves of Sections Tweaty- ninc and thirty and that portion of section thirty-three lying to the south j and west of the westerly boundary of! the right-of-way of the Alberta Rail- way Irrigation Company's railway as now located through said section, all in Township eight; and the east half of the north-west quarter of sec- tion six in township nine and range twenty-one west of the fourth initial WANTED TO wishes to exchange oue large range and furniture for horse about Ibs. weight. Apply Box 2057 P. 0. 51-6 by Feb. 15 for two gentlemen; two beds preferred; in modern house. Centrally located. State price. P. 0. Box 251. j 49-C WANTED TO teams of oxen, well broke. State price and weight. Address Adam Link, Grassy Herald Want Ads Bring' Results One Insertion 25c 6 AdvertisraenU not Exceeding 35 wordi, cent per Word Additional, Pay in advance SITUATIONS VACANT SECOND HAND is the good of putting away anything that you can't use or wear, such as cast-off clothing, etc.? I pay cash for old clothing, shoes, huts, guns, pistols, all kinds of musit'al instru- ments, trunks and Second Hand Store, Redpath Street.! P.O. Box 94; telephone 1457. 34-20 to learn florist bust, ness and drive delivery waggon. Ap- ply Geo. Tayior, 650 Bartlett St. 51-6 W ANT room muld wanted. State wages, land. Hotel Myrtle, Bow Is- 51-ti each. Road. PROPERTY FOR SALE 4 lots 42 1-2 ft. frontage Ashmead street, near London Price each. cash each; balance terms. .Snap for a few days only. The Alberta Limited. Securities "43-6 experienced timber saw mill men wanted the) List your property with us: For for rent or for a loan. W. H. 5l'12 Johnson block, 323 Round St. 27-0 WANTED-airl to do work for family ot two. Apply 1257 Boinpas St. purchase. All kinds of second hand goods. Furniture, buggies and wagons, ladies' sod gents' east off clothing, watches, clocks, jewelry, guns and musical instru- ments. Highest prices offered for raw hides aud furs. Apply Harvard Tail- oring Co., 330 Crabb St., opposite New Herald office. 42-12 THE LOCAL IMPROVEMENT ACT, EDUCATIONAL TAX ACT, .VIL- LAGE ACT, AND THE SCHOOL ASSESSMENT ORDINANCE Meridian; and that portion of the Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of The Local Improve- ment Act, Educational Tax Act and The School Assessment Ordin- ance, a Judge of the Supreme Court has appointed Wednesday, the 6th of April, 1910, at ten o'clock a.m., at the Court House in the City of Lethbridge, for the holding of a court for the con-1 iirmation of the returns made under good general servant. Apply Mrs. Major Burnett, 622 Court- land, corner of Glyn. 47-6 once, first class horse slioer. Apply Wilson and Stafford, Smith street 47-6 qualified teacher for Diamond City school district No. 1861. Apply giving experience, references, etc., to P. Laughton, sec.-treas., Dia- mond City, Alta. 45-0 general servant, the highest wages paid. Apply Mrs. Geo. Alexander, 424 Glyn 50-6 to do washing on Tuesdays. Apply Mrs. S. B. Mitchell, 113 -Cutbill St. 52-2 the provisions of Section 91 of The I I.UV V I north-east quarter of section twenty- Local Improvement Act in respect of Works, five which lies to the .east of-Belly River in Towship eight range twenty- two west of ihe. fourth meridian. TENDERS WANTED Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until Thursday, 17th February, at 5 o'clock p.m. for Ele- vator Buildings to be erected at Chin, Burdett, Bow Island, Winnifred and Seven Persons, for the Western Farm- er and Milling Co. Ltd. Plans and specifications on view at the office of Mr. Jas. A, Mardonald. Architect, Mac- Donald block, corner Round and Hed- path streets, Lethbridge, Alta, The lowest or any tender not nec- essarily accepted. JAS. A. MACDONALD, Architect SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- LAND REGULATIONS Any person who 15 the eoie ol a familr, or any' male ever IB years old, may homestead a qmarter-seetion of available Dominion land in-Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Q'he applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- igeacy for the district Entry hv may be made at any agencr the following Loca! Improvement Dis tricts; viz.: Local Improvement Districts Nos. 602 and 605. And to'Section 11 of The .Education- al Tax Act in regard to lands situated within the following area; viz.: .Townships 1 to H in Ranges 11 to 15, West of the 4th M. Townships 1 to 17 in Ranges 16 and 17, West of the-4th M. Townships 1 to 19 in Range IS, West of the 4th M. Townships 1 to m Ranges 19 to West of the 4th M. Townships 1 to 6 in Range of the.4th M. Townships 1 to 5 in Range 01 the 4th M. Townships 1 to 4 in Range 25, West of.the 4th M. Townships 1 and 2 and S. half of 3 in Ranges 26 and 27 West of the 4th Townships 1 to 2, in Ranges 28 and 29, West of the 4th II. And of Section 67 of The Village Act in respect villages; viz.: y Village of Stt rling, ana' the Village of Mountain View. And of Section 19'of The School As- sessment Ordinance iu respect of the tollowing School District's; viz.: School Districts Nos: 45S, 510, 584 S25, 1145, 1379, 1381, 1404, 1455, 1464' 1528 and Itj76... Dated at Edmonton this 5th day of February, 1910. JNO. PERRIE, Department of Public Works. Tax Commissioner, class pattern maker and moulder. Apply Lethbridge Iron 52-0 SITUATIONS WANTED on certain conditions by father, mo- ther, son, daughter; Brother or slater of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land .'in eaci of three years. A homesteader''may live within nine miles of home- stead on a farm of at' 'least" 80 solely owned and occupied'by him ar by. his iather, daughter, or aisier. In certain districts a hon.'ttfiader in good standing., pre-empt i quarter-section alongside' TENDERS WANTED Phone 623 City Agents of music lovers are due them for the trouble and expense the.r are going to. 'A very heavy guarantee has been put up to secure this engagement and It is to be hoped that the action of the cluh will result in the crowded house Rumors about changes in officers on western. Hoes are entirely without foundation, says Win. Wb.yte, second) Vice-President C.P.R. Mr. warrants. performance Shikhb Cure qnickly stops cores colds, heals Ute throat and 25 ccuv I I POOL ROOM FOR SALE In growing town on the Carmangay Branch Good Class Fixtures Write or see Grant and i reported no damage. The strength was also due to big short Interest in both Chicago Minneapolis and good many covered on the scare. Winnipeg markets opened same as yesterday's close and was weak all day. Chicago opened, May in 1-2; July 102 1-4; closed. May 111; July 101 7-S. Minneapolis opened, May 112 1-4; July 112 1-8; closed. May 111 1-2; July, ill 1-4. Winnipeg opened, Feb. 102 i-S; May 106 3-8; closed, Feb. 101 5-8; May, 5-S. Oats closed, Feb. 35 5-S; May, 3S. stead. Price acte. Duties --Must reside aii months in of six from date, of hemesrtead en- try (including required to earn homestead'patent) and culiiyate fifty acres extra. A homesteader his homegteeJ right .aad cmniot ob- tain a prwmptf Sn mky a pur- chased homestead la 'Certain- dlatricta. Price per'acre, reside six months IB years, cultvate fifty erect a worth W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the' TnteriorV Ottawa, Cenada. publication advertisement will not be paid A. f i i SHORT COURSE SCHOOL oir i Barons. Alta. A special session of the Short Course School will be held in, the assembly haH of the new school on Saturday evening at eight o'clock. Mr. Sidney S. Stansell, Edmonton, will give an address on "Our native and A. W. Foley, poultry supt-, Edmonton, will give a talk on "Em- bryology." Both these lectures will be Illustrat- ed by lantern slides and a special in- vitation is extended to the school chil- dren of the city and the general pub- lic. an 2: JU: N. McLe General Teaming Phone 1089 J Coal must be paid for on 4- H III I delivery III 1- Sealed tenders will be received by tne undersigned up till six o'clock on Feb. 16, 1910, for the removal of the Dominion Immigration Hall" in this city from Its present north o? the C. P. R. tracks, to lota 19-22, block 11, plan 723-D, and the erection there- on together with the necessary repairs and excavations.., _ Specifications 'and particulars may be obtained from the undersigned to whom tenders should be addressed. A marked cheque for five per.cent. of tender must accompany'each offer. lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. .A. E. HUMPHRIES, Immigration Agent ,_ LOST AND FOUND 50-6. Sunday afternoon on Burdett St. gold heart shaped locket wita monogram. Owner can have same by calling at Herald at paying for ad" 52-0 Steam Brick Yard and McBeth street, North "Ward, a black velvet bag containing a sum of money. Apply Herald office. 50-6 roan pony, blaze face thigh. 6tony Indian brand, and Co. SITUATION steady, re- liable; young lady desires position as clerk in store or OLt'icft. Has a ledge of shorthand and typing. Apply Herald Box D. FOR lots near corner of Lou- on and Westminster Road. Price each.' 1-3 cash, balance 3 and C months The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 49-0 FOR choice business lots on Burdett St. near lledpaiu, with lane at sids and rear. Fine chance to dou ble your money in six months. Tue Al- berta Securities, Ltd. 49-6 FOR lots and brick cottage on Round street; one acre lot on Crabb street; two lots and build- ings on Glyn street; three lota Bom- pas street; .Imported Shire stallion 6 years old; Ethel Kirk, Nellie K. and other horses; single and double har- ness and buggy; one cow and two Ford autos. Apply Wm. A. Ott, Round Street. FOR real wap, 4 room new cottage. North Ward, on 31 foot lot, price will handle this. Apply S. A. Loan and Investment Co. Ltd., 416 Dufferin street, Bryan" block. 47-0 FOR 9 IS 125 ft. frontage roomed shack' What Cash.' "Box .Z, Herald office. 45-ox FOH. good lots on Hodge- man street; Price ?940 per pair; easy terms. Apply to Seuthern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., 416 Duffer- in street, Bryan block. 43.0 FOR and lot 50x125, N. Ward. ?50 down balance easy month- ly payments. A "cash price value on long terms. Apply P.O.Box 1997. 30-o.v SITUATION farm by man and wife. German or Dutch peo- ple preferred. Apply Box F7, Herald. 49-6 (FOR acres, 40 miles east of Lethbridge, near railroad; good by the day or at land, in good settlement. ?14.00 per acre if taken at once. Terms The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 49.5 FOR home, 9 rooms home. 815 Redpath, opposite Doctor I sending in beautiful-grounds. Also Mewburn's. 5Q-G' carriage house, stable and garage ________.___________________________ close in. Price J13.000.00. Reasonable (terms. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. i. TO RENT 49-G TO furnished rooms, close'-in, hot water" heating. Apply 519 Glyn street. '48-6 FOR roomed house, and lot, close in, f800, f200 cash, balance same as rent W. H. Johnson, John- son: block, 323 Round street 48-5 FOR of suite in Sher- lock, block. Address P. 0. box 2034. FOR nine roomed house, four rooms upstairs; five down; mod- ern in every respect; big halls and pantry. Hot air furnace. Close in. cash and assume loan. A snap. Apply Lonnquist- Sharp Co., Alberta Blk. upstairs. 52-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE TO house, water and 'cellar, fio per month; 523 Mc- Nab street Apply F. C. Seabrook, Hudson's Bay stores, 47-6 FOR room in growing 47-6 town on Carmangay branch. Apply Grant Mofr, Barons, Aita. 51-6 TO lady only, nicely fur- nished room In private home, modern conveniences; breakfast included. Apply 53 Argyle avenue. 45-0 TO offices in new Al- berta block. For terms and partic- ulars apply Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co. 27-0 TO in North Ward, first class opening for boot and shoe man, one of the best stands on Westminster For, particulars apply Kennedy Hall, Westminster Road. TO rooms, .all wfiite help. Apply Rose Cafe, 406 Westminster, Road. 34-0 FOR roomed house with good barn 12 i 16 in North Ward near Railway track. Apply "Wylie, 521 Bailie St next to Kindergarten school. 49-6 TO furnished or un- furnished in modern house. Apply 727 Crabb St. of Pnone 1432. 49-6 TO" room In warm modern house, two blocks east of Central school, a good home to the right party, street Apply 606 Ashmead 50-0 Finder notify p. Burns FOR Two furnished also .barn for rent, Sew- ing wanted. Apply 515 London Road. 50-6 50-6 grey horse, branded 5 H on left hip. Finder notify P. Burns and Co- 50-S afternoon Feb. 6th be- tween Courtland and Glyn streets and St Patrick's church, child's neck chain nn BITTCOpni iruiinuuR BRAYING And General Team Work COAL ORDERS 'promptly at- tended to. PHONE 472 A. L, Patterson H. Patterson and locket Monogram engraved. Re- ward. 703 Courtland St, or Room 4 utt Block. 49-6 TO -Nice large furnished rooms, suitable for two gentlemen; also one for light housekeeping. Warm. Rent moderate. Smith St close in 51-6 FOR roomed house, North Ward, near school. per month. R. V Giboons Co., Ott Block. Phone 1191. 51-3 A parcel of laundry, and cottars. Owner can have game) WANTED TO RENT OR About u by calling at Herald and paying suitable for poultry and truck tnts adv Arming within six miles of Lethbridge. State location, price and terms. Box 48-0 gold locket mono- Sjnun M. (T Herald office. LOST-R, C. Y. C. belt buckle. Kindly return to Miss Vrooman. 52-0 22, Herald office. 52-6 ROOM'AND for two young men at 313 Bruce St 52-2 The party that stole the weight and strap from the front of Addison> undertaking parlors on Fri- day last; will please return the same. 48-6 roomed house on Williams St per.month. R. V Gibbons Co. Ott Block. Phone 1191. 52-3 Louis'-V. Dion, formerly proprietor of St. Louis hotel, Quebec, this morning at the age of fifty, after a lingering illness. Six men were killed today by the explosion of a boiler in a saw mill at Crunip, Mich. V, TO room cottage, 1205 Lon- don Road. .Water and light a month. Immediate possession. Ap- ply at house. x 52-6 J. V. NOTICE moved his shoe FOR shares Diamond Coal, immediate sale at 75c. Apply Box S3, Macleod, Alta. 49.0 COMPLETE .ARTESIAN WELL DRILLING outfits for sale cheap on easy terms or exchange for farm lands in'the west; capable of going from 100 to 2000 feet; exper- ienceu men .furnished or contracts taxen. For full particulars "address James Peat Sons, Lethbridge, Alta., Yorkton, Bask., or Petrolea, Oat. 42-26 FOR good laying hens, pnce each. Apply D. J. Whk- neg, Box 377, Lethbridge. 50-3 SALE-yGrand Decker Piano, in .first class coaditlon. Apply', at rear entrance, 815 Redpath street, opposite Dr., Mewburn. 504. FOR milch cow. Apply H. Aitken, 2nd house east of English Cemetery, or Box 575, Lethbridge, Alta. 52-Ox LAND FOR SALE FOR Breed scrip.South Af- rfcan Veteran Land Warrants for sale. Write or wire. York ft McNamara, 44 Jasper Ave. West, Edmonton, Alta. FOR twenty and forty acre tracts, choice irrigated land, cul- tivated, 6 miles east of Lethbridge; 1-2 mile from siding on C. P. Ry. Price per acre. l-{ cash; 3 equal annual payments. The Alberta Securities. 51-6 Ltd. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN-Why pay reni when we can let you hare money- enough to build your own house at 8 per cent. We loan money on all kinds of city property, On terms ihut cannot be made by became we get tbe money from where it w cheap. All kinds of farm gotjated at and 8 per cent. Be sure see us when yon money Empire Lmnd Co., Ott S65-0 and Phone 894. Bioofc MONEY Md In5nr. ance on farm and city property. Ap- plr.the Southern Alberta Loan ant! Investment Co., street Bryan WocX, OOC.A repairing business to the corner of Redpath and, Glyn streets, and is prepared to do work to the satisfac- tion of who will give him a CalL NOTICE On and after the first of April, 1910, the members of Carpenters Union Lo- cal 1681, will work an eight hour day, commencing o'clock to flvo o'clock, with, one hour .off at noon. Overtime, one and half up to twelve o'clock at night, and from twelve lo eight double time; legal hpHdays double time; the regular, rate per hour, fifty cents. R, W. RONALD, iecreUry, ;