Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDOt, .ALTA., MONDAY, FCSRUAAY News Of the District MILK RltfER NEWS. Milk River, Fob. and Mrs. Oscar Fitzmaurice spont a couple of days in Lethbridge this week. JUss Atkinson, of Coutts is visiting with her friend Miss Frenz Ellert. Mr. G; Alters, real cstuto asrent of Milk River, returned from North Da- ioto. on today's train. E. R. Lowo, manager of the Mackey ranch, hns gone .trip to Calffary. Mr. J. has 'been in Lethbridee the past two weeks, return led to Milk River Thursday. Lumber Co, are a complete'''stock" of in. land- will be ready for orders from now on. Mr. J. Loffan, from. Leth- bridKe, has been "appointed for the Milk River .yard. Miss Ellert, who Miss of Co home Thursday evening. _ iSiss Touioho1' Misses Soice at the il'in Friday evening, x. Mr. Chas. Lewis of Colorado, arriv- ed last .week and is visiting; with his brother. .Mr7 Lewis is well pleased with ther Milk. River District and thinks of locating here. M. returned .of .the RAYMOND Raymond, "Feb. Box Social piven last evening by the Raymond Young People's Society, a crreat success. Owing to the cold weather, the Magrath.young people could not be present. A.short.vprofframme was after which games were play ed. Mr." Miller, of Magrath, auction- ed off which sold very wQlh. Conference- began yesterday in the Jjnrib.S. Church. .Among those out, of .town who are attending are Bishop Van Orman. of Taber, Brandley of Stirling; and Bishop Johnson" of Minot.. A surprise party ...was. given .on Miss Davies Thursday evening. The evening was pleasantly spent. in play- ing games and music. Refreshments were served: Mr. Bacon of Idaho, is: visiting his brother Chance .Bacon, and is? look- ing over land here. There has oecn organized a Rav- mond Gymnastic ;Glub, about1 twenty-1 five members enrolling. The club- ex- pects to have prize fight in 'the near future. Mr. -R. A.- Gillies, returned1" Tuesday after spending atvGlaresholm. few days-with friends NO WOMAN CAN BE STRONG AND HEALTHY UNUBS9 THK KIDNEYS ARC When tho kidneys are ill, the wJiolo body ill, for tho poiw .s which tlto kulnoyn to filtorout of bio-xl iiro in. tho system. Then how important it bo to soo to it that this ayatdm of ss bo not up. Thuue who hove iievor boon Itinney know not the mi Hss Cory C.: Knight. to the. hospital for .treatment of a fractured bone, which had for some reason, not properly knit. 3Ir. and Sirs., H. 'D., McMillan at- tended the Masonic bull at brook. B.C., which is said to have been, the swellest function ever held in the region of the west. At recent meeting of the School Board Mr. Nap Cyr -was ..appointed assessor. i-i rivjiirit.ly_..jir riv- ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .7. M. Tlasterbrpok. CRANUM Grauum, Feb. The local camp or Modem Woodmen .of America en- tertained their friends to progressive whist last evening in their ntny hall.. Mr. V. Smith" w.as successful m carry- ing off the 1st prize, .which' was a niceJy- bound copy of the world's greatest artists' pictures and. sketches Mr. Shell's auction sale! held, to- day. was. considering the weather. well attended. The prices got for evervthine was high. Mr. Hugh- Vosburirh and Mr. P. Garrow left this raoruing to attend the Conservative convention at Red Deer: The congregational ..meeting to be in the Presbyterian Church 'Uast evening was postponed on account of the. severe cold weather, OF CATTLE. Some Sharp Instrument Forced Down the Poor Beasts' Throats That Pre- vents Their Swallowing Food. St. Thomas, Feb- Crown authorities are 'investigating a ie- markable case of "cruelty to cattle be- longing to Ira Gilbert, a-farmer near Fingal, JEyest of here. During the past six weeks .two of his-cattle have died and others were very-sick, "and an examination by veterinaries rei- vealed the fict an instrument 'had been" forced into -.their mouths and down their throats penetrating the sullet and allowing food and other ina'tter :to congregate, causing 'a lump in the threat. Investigation iso far has only resulted n the find- "inc of a broken pick handle covered- with blood, and this may have been used to maltreat the beasts, although the .wounds have the appearance of being made by a sharper instrument Mr Gilbert has suspicions as. to the identity of the guilty party, but lacks evidence to warrant NEW TOWN OF STIRLIN G In Southern Alberta, part of W: 32-6, W. 4 vf _ STIRLING is one of the most promising- towns in Southern Alberta. WHY STIRLING iff located in the heart of the district where the crop returns are 55 bushels of winter wheat to the The in STIRLING District are enterprising and successful farmers. The land in the STIR- LING District been acknowledged by agricultural experts to be the best'in Soirthern-'Alberta. STIRLING is locaWl about 19 miles southeast of lethbridge and is now unimportant railway centre. It is also expected that the Weyburn extension will mn to this point. The lots in this desfrable are all high and dry, and all good sized building lots. The is perfect, arid can be secured at any time upon final payment "of purchase price. The lay-out of STIRLING is ideal, with main streets 100 feet wide and a lane running back of each block 20 feet wide, Prices, range from for "business lots down to 'for residential dn terms of 1-4 cash, balance 3, 6 and 9 months, withinterest at 6 per cent. to Suffer From Headaches Makes Life Miserable. It tekM pwfou that bas liad or n tub- to hoftdnohtif to sufferinf which them. The caused by con- UK) dyspepsia. Tlw'dull throb- the .pain, sometimes in part, hi mother, and then over the-whole hew', varying in its severity by: the which it on, purely indi- cates U iomething the matter with the stomach, or bowels. To the-fact that Burdock Blood Bitters reaches-every part of the system is due its success in re- lieving wid permanently curing headache.. It proven a specific for the malady in dll forma. 4 44 4 Mf8- Allison COKlTIFATlbN 4- _E. "Brown, !Siiro- t "'erfieW' .4. writes 4 M .have boen troubled with Constipation and Headachei for a.long time. After trying different doctors to BO effect, a friend asked ine to try Burdock Bitters. I fiud I am completely cured after taking three IjottlM. I can safely recommend it to all." OUR LETTER BOX. J OUR SANITARY SYSTEM. To the'tEditor Dail Feb. 13. -1909 Herald: We now have in gtock 24 ft.. and 32 ft. at 50c per ft.. LIGHT and DURABLE' Call and See Them HayrBros. P.0.8oi27 general house- Xork. Apply Mrs. Alf-Hoselton, 516 Crabb St. 51-6 For full particulars write or call on found at RLI NO with blue prints and? plananindjpnce list of lots f X1 Standard Land Co., Ifithbridge SHEPARD BLOCK LETrtbRIDGE ,lSo..'-not wiiit till the best lota we sold. ACT NOW. Dear am clad to see there are' some citizens by two'-.-letters that have appeared in. this paper who are aware of the follies of our council in not inspector. I am surprised at the wav this- council are dilly-dallying .over a matter like.-this when surely they can 'plainly see that the city is badly in need of such. a' man... if ..they are in doubts of the" necessity of an inspec- tor, they only have to take a walk round the city when they see the am- ount of houses placarded with red cards state of the town as a whole I am sure "they will not hesi- itate in introducing an inspector to this town.. A man who knows his business can do a great in helpinjr to keep- disease down One has also to. remember we are close on the warm when affairs will! even get..worse.'. It is up to'the coun-j cil who city's wise men to get together and get this man appointed immediately, As; to making the po- lice officers fulfill' .this .duty .it seems absurd. How can police officer ful- fil'his--own. duty and that of aji inspec tor? He can't be everv place "at once! This city is old enough and bip enough to have a sanitary inspector and if the-aldermen don't use their wisdom in this line, it is up to -the citizens to requisition; .as it will be for "the welfare of the city. Towns a population similar, to you will find "all hawi cot an inspector If the council in place of raising certain gentlemen's salaries, had donated "tHe amount to the of n sanitary inspec- tor, they would have made a wise" move and T am pretty certain there would have been no It is all very well to polish up the front of the the back ought also to t some consideration. I will not say any more only hopmer the coun- cil .will; take the' hint without ariy more citizens cnawinc at them. Thcy wefe put there to run affairs in a bus- iness wav so let' us hope they will gel such a man as a sanitary inspector and matters altered. Observer H. Now Open For ladies and Gentlemen If it suits you, tell If not, tell us. We are here to .please you. SHORTORDERS at all hours Oddfellows Block H. N. MURRAY Proprietor Daily Herald Market Race M kau te or to real place M (kit If you wint thU SI SITUATIONS VACANT to assist with general housework at my farm near Xeth, bridge. .Apply T. S. McKenzie', -c-o The 0. W. Ken Co., Whitney Block. 50-6 good general servant. Apply to- Colpman, cdr- ner of Dufi'erkfand Burdett-Sts. 55-0 BOOKKEEPEE AND STENOGEAPE- position. Graduate of Eastern College with six months' ex- perience in actual business. Address Herald Office. 52-6 YV housework by .the day or in the evenings. Apply, Mrs. Phasey, Lethbridge P. O. 53-0 TOUNG LADY and .Colonial Photographic Co. Eooms 1 and 2, Oddfellow Block. WANTED-rPosition as. engineer on steam plow.; good references. furnish- ed; Apply to Box G; Herald Office. 53-12 STEWARD WANTED The secretary -of the Chinook Club will receive applications for the -por sitioii of club steward, till Wednes- day '09.: Applicant to state experience, qualifications, wagj es required and give references. "Ad- dress the Secretary of "thev-Chinook; Club, P..0. Box, 672 Lethbridge. 51-6 TO RENT- TO ..or three, furnished rooms with use of stove. Suitable for, young married couple. Apply after six o'clock, 515'Crabb 55-2 .MOTION PICTURE THEATRE for sale, in thriving British .'-Columbia city; owner must realize immediately. Apply T. E. A, Lethbridge Herald. 45-12 WANTED TO Second-hand 4 ..to- S ft. plate glass cigar casej also National cash register must- be w good condition Address IF. M., Box 495. 36-0, FOE wheat and .baled hay. J. M. "Eeding, North Ward. 46-12 Public Notice PETITIONS FOR SEWERS, WATER MAINS, SIDEWALKS, ELEC. TRIG LIGHT EXTENSIONS. FOR, Hay for sale, first class blue joint, at per ton. Ap- ply L. S. Kipley, office 8, McDonald Petitions will be received by the undersigned until Monday, at February i5th, 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. QEO. W.- ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. They say the Alberta Restaurant 1 r -Is a good place to go for a good meal. Open Day and Night Shoi t Orders at all Houis Oliver Block Phone 228 Sornebody'likes the meals at CHOW SAM'S CAFE For a great majority go there Chow Sam Co. SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOWS FOR on Courts. St., close o school, at each; 1-3 caah, bal- ance easy. H. -Macbeth Agency P.O. 3lock. 6-O" FOR lots on Bedpatb St., west of Barilett St.-, at each; terms. The C. B. Bowman Agency. -45-0 Notice FOR North Ward lots, cash, balance per, month'. This .is the best buy in North Ward, Realty Co. The Canadian Pacific Railway Com- pany will apply to the Parliament Of Canada at its next session for Act'r the time within which1 it may construct: (a) the rail- way which it was authorized by Chapj ter 52 of the Statutes of 1902 to con- struct from a point at or near Piles Junction, thence to Shawinigan Falls .to Grand Mere. (b) The railways which it was au- thorized to construct bj Section 3 (gj and of Chap- ter. 74 of: the Statutes of 1307. at- to construct- (a) A line on the revision of the Crop's Nest Pass Branch ui Town- ship 9, Eange 22 West in a northerly and northwesterly direction- to a point of junction with the Mac-, leod branch of Ihe; and -Ed- monura Railway at or near Alder. de, in the Province of Alberta, a distance of about 85 miles. (b) A line from' .a point. in'x the Pheasant of the- Can- adian Pacific 39 40 or 41, Range 29 or 90 West 3rd, in aiv easterly and southerly "direc- tion to a point in 'Township 33 or 34, Range 20, 21 or 22' West 3rd in the Province of Saskatchewan, -a dis- tance of about 65 miles: And for otber purposes. WALTER, R. BAKER, Secretary. DATED at Montreal, January 16th, 1900. Write Us for a figure on the material for that new building yon are contemplating building this Spring, THE SOUTH'ALBERTA LUMBER co. LTD. Can twlve the difficulty Lethbrtdftt, New th City Yard Sooth of ZI1U0R Mills PBONE 225 P.0. BOX 654 i stable or old juilding or dwelling in good condi- Public Notioir IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE OF IN THl iLtl-IER, OF TIU5 EfME." OF HAKOLD HAYK, LATE OF LETHBKIDGE, DC THE PRO- VINCE OF ALBEttTi; DECEASED. NOTICE is hereby.; given purtxuiit to the Order of Hit Honour Winter made herein the 33rd dmy January, 1909, that all creditors tad others having .the tate of Harold 'deceased, MB required to aend the same tified to 'Executors at of L. M. of Lethbildge, aforesaid, Solicitor for the eeutors, on or before the 26tti of February, 1909, together with statement of "'the securities, (II anjr) held by thein, and that after the laid :2Sth da- cf "Fcbraarr, the safe TExecutors will proceej} to distribute -ihe assets of the among the parties entitled: haying regard only to the claims of which they shall then have notice., 'v DATED this 25th day: of 1909. :T: L: M: JOHNSTOKE, Solicitor for Executors. SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING Coal mining of. the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, :the Yukon' Territory, the North-Wept Territories and may be leased for .a term of twehty-rone years at an annual rental of 41 an acre. Not more than acres will he leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must "be maxle to the Agent or SuVAgent jpf the district in which the rights ap. for are situated.- In surveying territory the laud must be, described by sections, or le- gal subdivisions of. sections, and in unsurveyed territory the appli- ed. for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of f 5, which- will fie refunded -if the applied for are not available: but not otherwise- royalty shall be paid on the mtr- chant able "outputs of the mine the rate of five cents per ton.-." Every lessee of coal mining- righti which are' not being operated snail furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a' sworn 'statement to that effect" at least once -in each year. The lease include the coal mining rights only., but the lessee may be permitted, to" "purchase whatever available surface rights may sidered. necessary for the working of the inineTat the 410 air acre. For full information application should be made to.thfe Secretary of the Department- of Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W.W.COBY, ion for warehouse use; close ra; not V Deputy Interior. oo far out from railroad, station. publication of J. H., Herald Office. 55-21 this advertisement will paid for. -I I LAND FOR SALE 'section .of first class prairie land, or otherwise, Lethbridge district. Box H-, Office of from---- two to ten Letbhridge lots to be hdds a fern' of jt 1 as investment. Owners only, and occupied ply Box H., "Herald Office. AFRICAN Veteran Scrip for side, located- or unlocated. Apply R R. Cropfey, Room 26, Hill Block, or Box 603, Lcthbridge, 55-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR store buildings, new occupied by J. J ..Johnston, -Schweitzer Bros., .and Pong.' These buildings in the course ofvft month or information, "at Bank" of FOR -acres and house on Crabb St. team ChoV, Box 95, City. r 55-6 FOR .5 room house ..-on lot 46 by 200 ft. off C. P. E. track, North .Ward, price with cash, balance." month. Apply Alberta, SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person ".who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years old, may homestead a .quarter-section of available 'Dominion land inv Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or AlberUT. The applicant must appear, in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Bub- -Agency for the district.- Entry by may be made at any agency on certain conditions, by father, mothers soru-daughtek., brother or sis- ter contending Homesteader. residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three A homesteader may live within nine miles of his home- his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister, districts a in gbod standing' may, 'pre-empt VA quarter-section alongside home- per DutlM. reside sir months ia etch of six years from date of entry required to earn homestead -patent) and Cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader whJo has exhausted his homestead right.and tain a take a pur- homestead in certain distikts. per acre. reside six -months in each -bl thret year3f cultivate acres and erect a house Vorth W.W.COKY. Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication ol this advertisement "will not be for. "141ISCELLANtOUS FOR SALE. REMEMBER In'whatever workTrovT are engaged, your clothes need ________ tion. For 50 per month Ve keep your clothes in first clww .m'iDye Works, Ronnd St. Tel. 363. 4W> bridge Woollen Mius- Uo., paiu J will ssll for cash, W. T. i--------------------------------------_------ 393, Hosraeif, 55.6, LADIES, ATTENTION I Mrs. S. Jones, Ivy Cottage; North OTder, children's 'I for clothes and -ladies' R. N W M, P7arracks.; ftO-6; Box, 302, ESTABLISHED, 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada 3EADOFJ'ICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Capital. 1...... Reserve and Undivided Accounts of Firmm and Riocliers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Iietteri of Credit Savings Baitk Department Brtiwrb CoaWalt Week, St.