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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Lit MM I DOt, ALTA., PftlOAY, FllftUAftY 13, 11 ABOUT FASHIONS NEW The new season's garments arc arriving every day all the new fashion ten- dencies of the new season. From them we note the distinguishing new and tell you of them. The fascinating styles of the Empire and Directorate periods form the foundation of the prevailing cos- tumes, "'with sim- plicity the key-note elusive, baffling simplicity difficult of attainment. Three-piece Suits are in the foreground. Gown's-of the Prin- cess order, with" coats slightly fitted to give a pleasing effect. In Suits., coats follow the same styles, while the cir- cular skirts .have a leftside panel .trim-, ming. In'separate coats some charming stripes are shown, also blacks and covert cloth. These are. of knee length, square back models, semi-fitting silk-lined and range in price to Some show consulat collars, many are coltorless, and with just one or two fastenings beneath while the fronts are cutaway. The individuaLSkirts of Panama and Voile are in all the leading shades, directoire effect, trimmed with-folds of silk or buttons. Our to Hudson's Bay Co. News Of the District GRANUM Oranum, Feb. Mr. Mm.. itcNauirht paid Calvary a visit last week. Farmers are predicting a bic crop this coming season. Weather condi- tion is the foundation for their belief. We Ictirn that a Minstrel Troupe is to be organized uniler 'ho k-aUershio ot- "Vic" Smith. It is public that the Wc-cdmcn would like the band to como under their ban- ner and management. A Woodman's band would be very nice, but a fra- ternal organization could not be con- sidered a public institution and Gra- numras a town, would no longer baYe a band, after purchasing the -instru- menti. Can the band not be reorganized and conducted as n. citizens' band? Considerine the volume of sound the town, has .received froia the band the band has no -Jciclt coming from the Ml II 1 i til t I I 1 I M-M-H-M I 4-MMH GOT OFF ON A TECHNICALITY L. H- Fowler, chief of the fire de- partment in the city, made a com- plaint against E..H. Pulley for hJreak- Section'I of bylaw No. 7. Mr. rpully was summonsed to appear be- fore thft city magistrate Thursday morning and the charge laid against him was "that there was on his prop- erty n.- quantity of hay which was not properly covered from, contrary to Bylaw 7. In proving his case Chief Fowler, said that on Feb- 8th, he visited atr. pulley's- place and saw on defendant's premises a buildiV, which was used as'a barn. Piled against this was a Quoutitv of yearly half a ton, which if7 throucrh any reason would, spread -to the.sta- ble and bam and then to adjoinme- and thas was a menace to the city's well r: He came-, he .said, in answer to counsel for the defense (W.C. Sim- mons) not to have the present case dealt with in >-severe see Mr. Pulley punished but so that ie micht ia future a position to have the bylaw enforced. Mr. Simmons then raised- some aues tions as to the validity of Section 1. of and at the close.: of his remarks Magistrate HacDoupal dis- missed the complaint on the._jrrounds that he did not have anvthinsr before "him so. as to convict, bylaw 7, not havin> been out in as reauired by the city chapter. Section 10, Title. 21, which" only recognizes a bylaw when siened ;and- sealed, bv the Secretarv-Treasurer of -the city and member of the council. The Chief of Police made a very in- >nt protest at the ruline and Magistrate MacDoujrall then told de- fendant that he had eot off on a mere and that as a citizen he would like him to have the -hay erh- covered or a charge miRht be laid -ainst him with, a copy of ..the bylaw which, would convict .him of. a very crave-charge; See Out New An assortment to smt any house. The White Furniture Go, Phone 356 Crabb Street The Arrow Lake Orchards will pay the sum of to any person proving the fol- lowing statements untrue: Kooteuay Fruit have produced OTerllpQO_ worth of Fruit to the acre: M The Arrow Lake Disrrict, within 20 miles of Bur- ton City, North or South, does not require irrigation .in the driest season known. w- The climate of the Arrow Lake District is more favorable for generally speaking-rthan any other part of The shipping are good. w The market is jfood, and the area of Fruit Lands in B.C. is so limited, compared with the market, that there is no danger of over production. Tie IrmUte Hurt, UtUrtfA Hkrti M. FREEMAN, Genertl Agent Reference Union Bank of Canada, Lethbridga the citizens. Two parties this evening. A wedd- i dance at the hall and a aratherinc at the home of Mrs. T. Andrews. A wreck north of here, delayed the north bound local today as well the .evening express. The local was held here some time to allow the "auxiliary" to pass north to the scene of the disaster. A meetincr was held this afternoon in the real estate office of J. B. Alli- son, to consider the organizing of an Agricultural Society. The sentiment expressed was in favor of. such an or- ganization and the meeting proceeded to elect the officers which resulted as follows. President, T. Andrews. 1st Vice Presidient, J.-G. Voeburgh. 2nd Vice-President, Murdock Mat- thewson. Sec.-Treas.. J. Allison. Directors, M. McNautfit, F. Garrow J. P. C. Thompson, J. C. Brown, J. W. Farrier, C. Marsh, J- Lindsay, J. S. SlougKT A. RuMcll, A; A. Stephenson, D. Kelson. The next meeting of directors will be held on Monday 4 22nd inst., at 12 o'clock sharn. We have aeain a policeman, an B- N.W.M.P. staying with us, and if he is good we mav let hini stay. appearance of the B.N W.JT.P. saved Department a lot of trouble as a town of our dimen- sions could not suffer and -be patient much longer. Just -to think of how our, morals had been if 'they allowed to degenerate, all from the lack of of Why" that gloomy look on Dave Cumming's Oh! bft is just gett- ing over his invitation 'into the M. W. A. Gramun, Feb. Toddy's change in the weather hasjput .n boom to build- It' is' current talk that, the town council will build: a hall. To be sure they must provide a place for the chemical 'engines -when -they are pro- cured, but whether op-, not they can procure -the -legislation necessary to the- loan for engines, re- mains to be seen. But even with the assurance .-that such lejrislation can be had the loan would not be suffi- cient >to warrant the, council to take the stcD. Because, in the first place. the building erected by such a body woudd be consistent with a municipal building and "to inect with, the expense of suchithe town is not at present in a position to do so. Instead'pf giv- ing way to thoughts 6f: providing for pastimes- and amusements., let the more immediatexand- vitat question enrage. the; minds oi Our municipa fathers, of a water supply, for our toVn. Someone "will build a hal" that "will u the time when; the town warrants .the erection of pn up-to-date town hall. Mr. Editor, .permit a, word to our peonle. This correspondence has for -its primary object the': reporting of live; news items, -but .it- -will also be the" purpose writer to comment "on "-what "is, and as not, done Tjy our council; tp briujr. before" our -people from- time to time. .matters which shaU'rbe for .our, ?mutual advancement. shall: jceport; irrespective of- age or color: The.- Board, of Tradtj .met last 'cot -busy at any tizae. There .are 'things for them to Ravmond, Feb. weather and'snow-is again. The ther mometer was down to 'twenty, below zero this morning and there was a sun: :doar this niprniiijr, so we can ex- nect .more, cold weather vet. The Raymond Club boys hadv an invjted crowd at the: skatiiur rinicf' evening. large We now stock 24 ft., 28ft., and 32 ft., at 50c per ft. LIGHT and DURABLE Call and See Them Hayr Bros. PltieTS PETITIONS FOR SEWERS, WATER MAINS, SIDEWALKS, ELEC. TRIG LIGHT EXTENSIONS. Petitions will be received by the undersigned until Monday, .at 8 p.m., February the 15th, for the construc- tion of the above public works for the year 1909. On and after this date no petitions will be 'considered in the present estimates. GEO. W. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. 15 ROUNDS Between TI- MID ftbandpa Cafe Is Now Open For ladies and Gentlemen If it suiU you, tell others If not, tell us. We are here to please you. SHORT ORDERS at all hours Oddfellows Block Hi N. MURRAY Proprietor Kid Hi Ex- Champion of Montana., and Jack Clarke Champion of Philadelphia A NEW VACCINE. Boston, Feb. vaccine which 'will successfully with the germs Df- "blood poisoning, and typhoid feverr has been developed at 'the laboratorj" of Tufts Medical School. enoueh. crowd was resent to have a MONEY FOR CANADA London, Feb. has-been alloted of the total the -thank offering connec- 1 tion: with the Pan Anglican confer- .ence. Once to find .buyers for the land we; had, But low Is To find- enonpb for the buyers we have, Entirely lew Plan For selling- either Wild or Improved Land, Town or City Property. Ust Itiat you Haw WltnUslow Tin birtiu tal P.O. BOX 387 There was a dance last evening at the meeting hoiise. Mr.'Smith, a well machine man. from north of Lethbridge, is Tin town- Mr of Donnelly, Watson. Brown Co is m Raymond on business.- Much preparation is going on amoncst the young people here, gett- ing ready for the Grand Character Ball. 17. Sir. .Gillies, jeweller, is In >.n-'Ti ness today. The Raymond Young People's So- ciet- of the Presbyterian Church; held their weekly meetincr last'v night. It wasr business meetinc; isrettinsr ready. social -which' be leld? tomorrow evening _ Thb Quarterly Corif erence; of -the Let- ter1Day: Saints Church, will-bejrin to- morrow and last over -Sunday. Mr. an Jslectrician' of; Leth- jridire -has been here for; the on business-.--: ,_L TABERK Taber, Feb. case of in which- Mr. Shirts, manager of the roller, skating- rink charged lander boy. with using profane lan- in was tried before Police Magistrate Aubux this morn-1 injr. The-plaintiff failed-to bring any! witnesses to prove his charge and was therefore assessed the costs-ofJ the court, and the case dis- missed.- jjeRoy Demmon, ofiDemmon Bros., proprietors of-the Coal! City who has been ill fever for about three weeks; suffered j a severe relapse this morning. had A very bad hemmorhage and Drs. j Lang nd have been in- constant during ther day.. His con- dition tonieht is unchanged. The special meeting of the .Board of Trade hefd in the Council Chamber last eyening was very; largely attend- ed. The obiect of rthe meetinir to consider ways and means of adver- tising the town and surroundmsrcoun.- try: Nothing definite vias done. Three committees were appointed ;and the moctinc1 adjourned to hear-the report of the committees. ta Be Dyspeptic Is To Be Miserable. U prerwling civiKzed life. It w largely doe to grow errors in diet, over-eating, too free indul- gence in Btimiilanti'and stomacli with indigestible food, eating, rapidly withcmt. chewing fuffici- ently, indulging-rin si confectionery, etc. Conitipation, heirtbunj, font stomach, distresa after -eating, belching of faintneaa, and fullness and dwtwt Uoaof thu.fctomach are a few bflthe many dlstrussuij of- the Burdock Blood regu- Uterthe atomsich, -the'- Becretiou i of the. facilitate dlgestipnr acidity, piinfieii. the blood anil'' up the- to full heiltt'iind .vigor, ;and thereby dy% pepsia its tributary :Mr. Amos Sawler, Gold JT. 8., writes :_ vagi troubled: with dyspepsia, and after trying several doctor! to no effect, I commenced Burdock Blood; Bitters afid I think it the beit medicine there for that complaint." for Sale at all Drngguta aodDaaUn. Calty nEfiHfl Market real jriacc It to this If JIM wait MM thit Z3C f frr H VACANT to assiat with general housework at my farm near Leth. bridge. Apply T. 3. MeKenzie; o-o The 0. W. Kerr Co., Whitney Block. 60-8 for; general house, work. Apply Mrs. Alf. Hoselton, 516 Crabb St. 51-6 position. Graduate .of Eastern College with months' ex- in.'. setusT bTJ.Bi.B6W', Address Box Herald Office.- 62-6 experienced waitress for-first class hotel 'in Nelson, B. C. Apply Mrs. 416 Burdett St. 63-2 housework by the day or in the evenings'. Apply Mrs. Phasey, Lethbridge P. 0. 53-0 STEWARD WANTED The secretary of Club will receive -applications 'lor'.'-the pfc sitioa of club steward, till-Wedneg- day Feb. 17th, '00.: Applicant; to state experience, wag. es required and: give: Ad- dress the Secretary i' the Chinook Club, P. 0. Box, Lethbridge. 514 TO RENT- TO RENT-r-I'urnished rooms in mbd- em house, close in. Gentlemen pre- ferred. Apply Box A., Herald. 49-6 TO or. three furnished rorns. with: use of Suitable .for youngs married; Apply 'after six .o'clock, ,595 Crabb St.. 52-2 Charcoal lor Kindling Fires 344 for a Sample 25c Sack Delivered BOYD. GOODE S CO, nwMT IfftaStqirlU M ISCEUtiANEOUS FOR SALE! FOR, easy, terms. Box Shoe store. 1 494 FOR SALEr-Barber's Terms reasonable. Apply F. B., 515 Glynn St. MOTION PICTURE THEATRE for sale, In thriving British Columbia city; owner must- realize immediately. Apply T. E. A., Lethbridge- Herald. 4M2 WANTED TO -4" to 6 ft. plate glass cigar case; :alto National cash register; must: be in good condition. Address >Ir M., P.O. Box 495. 36-0 FOR wheat and'. -baled hay. J, M. Reding, North Ward, 46-12 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING 7 IJLATION8' iCoal mining of the in "Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, c the Yukon Territory, the_ Territories and British Columbia, may be leased, for a term of ..twenty-one years at annual rental of an acre. Not moire tEah acres will -be leasedvto one applicant. i Application or- lease .must be maue to the 'thei district plied f of -are situated. In must be described by, sections, gal; subdivisions of unsurvey ed vterritcay .the tract edSfor shall be 'staked out. Each, must pauied by.ja fee. pi which will" refunded if the rights applied; lor not" available; but hot otherwise. Av royalty shall be paid. oil. the chantable output of the- mine at rate of five cents .jer toiu7 7 Every coal mining which are not-' being operated shall furnish the-' Agent Domin- ion Lands a sworn statement tof that effect at least once in'each year.11 The Ieas3 include the joining rights' only, but the lessee may'" be .-permitted to jpurchase -Available surface rights'1 may "be con." 'aidered necessary lor the working of ihe mine at the rate of an ;acre. For full should be made the Secretary of- che Department of ,the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent r or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. FOR Hay lor .sale, first- class blue joint, at per ton. Ap- ply L. S. Ripley, office 8, McDonald xslock. Deputy Minister- of the Interior, f Unauthoried- publication- of this advertisement will not be for. FOR SALE OR RENT-rA second hand piano, as good as new, a snap for Anybody requiring a -piano. Enquire S. Ripley, OfBce 8, Macdoriald Block- LAND FOR SALE FOR on Coutts St., to school, at 1400 each; 1-3 bal- ance .easy, fl. Macbeth Agency, FOiR lots on Bedpath west Bartlett St., at each; terms. The C. B. Bowman Agency. 45.0 FOR North Ward lois, balance. per month. This is the best buy in North Ward. Alberta JRealty Co. REMEMBER In whatever business or work .ypu are engaged, your clothes need atten- tion. For per month TTS keep your clothes in first class shape. City Dye Works, Round St.- Tel. 353. 43-O LADIES, ATTENTION I Mrs. S. Jones, Ivy Cottage, North now ready to take orders for children's cloihes and ladies' blouses jfrid short- est notice. Box 308, City. 46-84 Somebody likesrthe meala V at SAM'S CAFE For a great majority go there ChowSam Co. SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS THE Of iecuring good building material promptly and At lowest market price confronts the new settler as well as the pioneer who wishes to build more extensively. THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBEiX CO. LTD. Can wive the difficulty Lttkbrktf. th City Yard Swtk of ElUMi MUb PflONE 225 P.'Q BOX 654 PARTY wishes to buy 3 or 4 lots, close in; cash' offer. Address Bc-c 71- 52-2 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR store buildings; now occupied by X J. 'Johnston, Schweitzer and Joe Fong. These- must be removed TH courses of a month" or -two; For information, inquire- at Canadian Bank: of. Commerce. FOR acres and house on CraBb St. Apply Yearn Chow, Box 95, City. M-6 FOR 5 room house on lot 46 bv 125, located 200 ft. off C. P. R. track, North Ward, price with; .cash, balance per month. SYNOP8JS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST "LANO REGULATIONS Any person who ist-tbe sole bead a, family, or. any; mjile may homestead a of "available Dominion, land in toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Thef applicant must appear Jn person, the. Dominion Lands Agency" or Sub- Agency for the district." proxy may be-made at'any agency 7 otrv certain by mother, son, Daughter, brother or, sifl--< terZ of intending; homesreaaer- residence upon f and in years. A homesteader live withiA _ nine of, his home-1 stead on a farm solely owned and occupied by hij% or' by; his father, mother, son, dkjaglrter, brother or'sister-. r In certain districts a homesteader inx good standing may pre-empt, his home-' stead. Price" J3.QO per Duties. reside six .months, ,in each of date of hbmestesB' PHtry" (including required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has" exhausted his homestead right and cannot' "ob- taiu a pre-emption may take a'pur- chased homestead in certain: districts. Price psc-acre, reside, six. months in each- of three, years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth' W.W.COBY. -Deputy. Minister _of_the JLoterior. N-B.-irUnauthoried publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. FOU tN-ASTRA Y light driving horse, both white; branded arrow head on ,lelt jaw shoulder; for return to G.. Alexander, tethbridge: 20rp pair pi fur gauntlets. Re- ward by retunrinr to Inspector R. N. W. M. P. barracks. 50-6 They say the llbfirta Restaurant Js a good place to go for a uieal. Open Day and Night Shoi t Orders at all Hours Oliver Block t Phone 228 ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada 302AD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Accents of Mcrchwts, Ftniers iiMJ iiiiclierklolicited DrmfU Money Credit- 8aringi Bank BraBck Block, ;