Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LITHMlDOt, AtTA., rCBRUARY 21, JIM. MOVING .PICTURES. .ADVANCED j VAUDEVILLE., 1. Willis's Party 2. Wrong Overcoat 3. Manual of a Perfect Gentleman O N 0 Good Bye, Dixie Dear. Good Bye CONTINUOUS PEBFORVAXCE Miss Coay Smith and her Original Louisiana Picks (5 People) The Barretts- est success their lat- 'Who's Who1' Seven. (7) Vaudeville Stars be for the ifcuerul gooU ot tUv church. 1 fcc-l, sir. that while thin letter will up a lot of valuable space iu your paper, that it is of such vital importance to a large number of road ers, that I trust .you will graut it me. Thunktnjf you in anticipation, J remain. Yours faithfully, Ernest E. correspondence will not be accepted on this subject. Herald. THE FACT OUR LET FEE BOX. that the Eekardt Family of Swiss will be at Church Tomorrow Ensures one of the most Entertainments that has ever been given in the. city. There will be a crowded house. Hear Them Don't wish you had when you hear people talking about it Plan at Hifrabothu'i not recponsible for MntinMnts expressed in this col- umn. All must accompanied by the writer's otherwise publication will be refused. ST. AUGUSTJN'S CHURCH Dear the early part of last week, there appeared in your paper an article stating that the Church of England, in Lethbridce. would not divide. This is mainly true, for the division has already taken place, and the breach unfortunately is constantly widening, it is therefore iny desire to refute a current rumor in town ana to strengthen the feeling which alone can bring about the .closing of this feati. and. a. strong and permanent un- ion of the Church of England in this city. If union cannot bo consummated, sincerely hone that the Rector of St. Augustin's will be reasonable enough to divide the parish, thereby enabii the Medium Party to form n Church where they can carry on their devo- tions, iu what is to them, the true spirit. It is reported by many, that the el- ement which is dissatisfied with the ser vice, as enacted at St. Augustin's, seeking for extreme .low church. This is not the case by. any means, for ex- treme low church would, satisfy a. few members only, and the majority would be as' little provided for. as they are now. It might be well to mention the ideas of those who are seeking re- form in this direction, by stating the form, of secvice that is wanted, and perhans also the reasons for it. There should be a surpliced choir, that all things may be done in a seemly and due order. The Venite, Te Deum, Magnificat, Benedicite, etc., should be sung in harmony to the tunes set forth in th Cathedral Psalter for the days on which they occur. All psalms should also be sung in harmony by the choir, the clergy and the conp-rearation, to the prope chants, as set forth in this same book. Solos, when forming part o an anthem, where .the entire choir and congregation stand, would be quite acceptable and are in fact wanted. It being realized that an anthem is song of praise and thanks giving, and while not participated in vocally, bv -the congregation, yet the spiritual interest is the same with al present. While the pepnle of Lethbridge, whe- ther members of the Church of Eng- land or not, appreciate the musical talents of Mr. Chivers, yet we have been brought up to accepting .the sor- vice of the Church where psalms, etc.. were sung to the compositions oi such men as Messrs. E. J. Hopkins. [Dr. H. Woodward, Rev. W. Felton, Dr. E. G-. Monk, J. Barnby, and many othec eminent composers, and we cannot appreciate psalms which are put to an inappropriate setting. These few things will be enough to prove to anyone that the dissatisfied members of the Church of England are not seeking low service, hut de- sire medium service where both, ex- tremes .could meet on an foot- ing, where dissension would be at the minimum, and where the spiritual wants of all classes of the.church could be attended to. Unfortunately .now, a. few members of the medium church only supplement the hieh church faction, and.the lew church partv are absolutely unprovid- ed for. _ I feel quite safe in stating that there are not ten people in St. Augus tin's Church who thoroughly approve of the form of service that is con- ducted therein, some tolerate it, be- cause it is-the only Church of Eng- land in the citv and 1 know of many people, members of the church, who now attend the Presbyterian, Metho- dist, and Baptist Churches, simply Or> account of the form of service at St. Augustinjs being so entirely different to the teaching of the church in other parts of-Canada, England, and other parts world. Would it not be better to provide nnd conduct all services slightly less ritualistic, than those at present, thus making impossible to further ex- tend the knowledge of the gospel to eyery vcreature, rather than to the coterie of friends and supporters of the Rector. If the Hector cajinot dispense with some of his forms and ceremonies, to -accomplish this end. we can only Kope that he will allow the Medium Church Party, to get together and provide a church for themselves, where their understanding- of the, teachings of the Char'ck of England may be re- spected and increased. The. matter Uee with Mr. Chivers to a very extent, and it is for to, say whether the Church of England in Lethbridge. shall be a church of strength and good works, providing for the many, or whether the majority of members of the church in this city become either without a spiritual adviser, or be- come members of other denomina- tions. This is not a personal matter, for I have too much respect for the Hec-j tor to wish It taken as snch. but do believe that such a reform would- THE SETTLEMENT AT ORTON Farmers There Are Prosperous Happy (From our Travelling Correspondent Orton, Feb. all of oiu 1908 crop has been marketted. One farmer alone loaded 87 cars of wheat and altogether about 850 cars ol wheat were shipped from Pearce sta- tion about two and a half miles from our settlement. It was all No. grade. There are cood prospects of ,-this being multiplied this corning season. The only trouble has ty.-en lack of cars for transportation. But the new railways cannot como too soon to handle our increasing crop. Like our neighbors in other Alber- ta settlements we are glad to kno that arrangements are soon to be marie for shipping our grain west- ward. Orton has a cood store and tele- phone connection with the rest of the province. The OrLon school is a frame build- ing. The school has an attendance of about thirty but at present there is no teacher. ...One family in the settlement are quarantined for a light form of scar- letina. The Latter Day Saints have church service in the school building. A large number of settlers arc ex- They say the i; Alberta Restaurant Is a good place to. go for a good meal. Open Day and Night Sho) t Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 i pcctcd to arrive m the spring from Idaho. Ortou is seven miles from tho new town of Monarch and when the new lino iK completed no doubt Orton will lie frequent visitors at Monarch. The Bottlers east of Orton arc in much need of n bridge across the Old Man River so that they can travel to Lethbridge when marketing their i trniin and- hauling home their fucj. A couple of couples of Orton yo' people expect to got coupled up in th near future. One young man alreod has hisjaew house built on his home stead, i-le wants 0 housekeeper when spring work begins. Mr, T. C. Orr is expecting to build a new residence near the town or Or ton. Several Cardston young people have been visiting friends here lately. Sev- eral Orton people went to the confer erice at Cardston. COAL AT PINCHER Spokane, Feb. D. Miller, of Spokane, president of the Pincher Creek Coal company, which is oper- ating on acres of coal lands in the province of Alberta, nounces that there are five veins on the property averaging eight feet in width. The miners are down. 150 feet, three shifts sinking an incline shaft. Between 300 and 400 tons of coal will be shipped daily before the end of next summer. T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver Block. Phone 287. NOW IS THE time to insure your house and furniture. THE ROAD TOMORROW LEADS TO higher prices. Buy your lots TODAY. 2 LOTS ON WESTMINSTER CLOSE to The Model Restaurant Appeals (o everybody by its Excellent Menu .and ought .to claim the -v patronage of all Union Men As it is, run on strictly union principles. Rooms in ConnectioiK John Cantin PROPRIETOR 3 LOTS ON WESTMINSTEE NEAR each. 4 LOTS ON COUETLAND, CHOICE each. mmi HOMESTUOfRS have just received a carload of STOVES Prices from upwards Call and see them Hayr Bros. FW75 P.O. Bex 27 M have to Mil It la If you witi this 25c OM f iiwrtfeu for SITUATIONS VACANT housemaid want- ed. Apply Mrs. F. D. Shaw, Bartlett St. general Ap- ply to Mrs. McNicol, 1110 Bompas St- 58-6 good general servant. Apply to Mrs. Frank Colpman, cor- ner of Dufferin and Sts. 65-0 housework by the day or in the evenings. Apply Mrs. Phasey, Lethbridge P. 0. 53.0 LADIES, ATTENTION! Mrs. S. Jones, Ivy Cottage, North Ward, is now ready to take orders for children's clothes and ladies' Blouses and underwear, on the short- notice. BOJ 302, City. 46-34 of Begenerated Oats can ,be seen at the ustoms office. Early maturity and leavy" yields are obtained with this variety. Orders sent on clubs in sealed bags as originally received from the raisers, Gartori Pedigree. Seed Co. Orders left with he Secretary of the Agricultural So- ciety will secure the club offer price. as engineer on steam plow; good references furnish- ed. Apply ,to Box C, Herald Office. 53.12 Sam's Cafe. wanted at Chow 57-0 for Leth- bridge district for a first-class life insurance company. Apply to Mana- ger, Box 1438 Calgary. .58-6 vant. Apply Mrs. J. Union Bank. general ser- R. Anderson, 69-0 A private good plain cook for Wages Apply 10 LOTS EAST OF WESTMINSTER J everything in season served tastily at v jl The Goaldale Restaurant Coaldale Block Get our PRICES on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying elm where We have just placed a carload of the well-known .Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock CONHUflf Office and Factory dr. mil m mm ITKHI Telephone 153 Yard, Smth St 195 4 XOTS ON SMITH ST. BLOCK 18, immediately south of Fire Hall, Produces income per month. YOUR CHOICE OF MODERATE priced dwelling houses in good neigh- borhood, and on easy terms. ACRE LOT easy terms. ON CRABB ACRE LOTS NEAR FAIR GROUNDS 18 LOTS WEST OF WESTMINSTER at a each. Western Canada i; Stock Co. Ltd. Dealers in Stocks, Bonds Mortgages FINANCIAL AGENTS Notice As a change ia about to made in the firm of McKenzie and Roy, elec- tricians, it is requested that all out- standing accounts be settled immedi- ately. By so doing a discount of five per cent, will be allowed. Box P., Herald. gl-O FOR Furniture, stove "and young hens. Gus. Westerdale, Duff Addition. gl-6 PROPERTY FOR iAU FOB new bouM, ou three lots, in Duff addition, for chicken house on property priot I7CO.OO; 1300 to 1400 will fon- dle; will rent flB.OO. Skeith tnd Tilley. FOR SALBr-Three itore now occupied by I. J. Joantton. Schweitzer Bros., and Joe Font- buildings must be removed in the course of a month or two. For information, inquire at Canadian Bank of Commerce. LAND WANTED section-of flrit olaai rairie land, improved or otherwise, ethbridge district. Box H... Herald Office. cash, block of from: wo to ten Lethbridge lots "to be as investment. Ownen only, ap- ply Box H., Herald Office. LOST AND FOUND. the Eureka, a fur throw. Owner can have same by calling at he Eureka. 68-O ;OWS FOR fresh milch ows for sale. Apply M. Boyson, Stirling. 584 bay pony, marked with star on forehead and branded h on left shoulder; reward of or information leading to ffrite Jos, Pilsbury, Coaldale, Alta. 6flrl2 May, 1906, one brown orse, 8 years old, weight nearly 00 Ibs., branded B on right side 60. iiip. Also black mare colt, coming wo years old, narrow white stripe in ace. Both had halters on at .the. ime .they disappeared. A reward f will be paid to the party, re- urning them to N. J. Chrostenaen, ship 15, range 18, section 2, Port ffice, Taber. 68-6 caretaker by Knoi Con- gregation for the hew church, servic- es, to commence March 1st.' Applica- tion form and list of duties may'be had on application to E. II. Rylands, Chairman B. of M; -81-6 McKENZIE Redpath St. AND ROY, Lethbridge. Austin-Man batten Conso- lidated Mining Co., Austin, Nev. Capital Shares advance from 60c to fiocc -J.ACTON P.O. Box 294 Office in Chinese Store, Ford Street, beside Palace Livery NOTICE hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing be- tween F. E. Wilson, F. N. Stafford and A. C. Messer, under the name Wilson, Messer Co., ,.General Blacksmiths, is dissolved. The busi- ness will be carried on hereafter by F. E. Wilson and F. N. Stafford to .whom all accounts owing to the com- paay must be paid. All accounts ____ owed by the firm will be paid by equipped. Apply Messrs. Wilson, and Stafford. lingtou Hotel. Signed: F. E. WILSON F. N. STAFFORD 60-3 A. C. MESSER, SITUATION WANTED. MALE STENOGRAPHER With about.a year's actual experience and a fair knowledge of de- sires a position at once. Address Box 0, Herald Office. 60-6 as foreman on farm. Married, competent to take full charge. Several years' exper- ience. References from Ontario and Dakota. Apply G. McAllister, Dia- mond City. 62-6 TO RENT- FOR house, in North yard; good chick- en house. X, Herald. 60 ARTICLES WANTED. piano, must be in good tone. C. C.. Herald. 80- SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining rights of the Dominion in the Yukon Temtory, the North-Wait Territories and British Columbia, be leased torm. of.'-t'mp years at an annual rental .of an acre. Not more than. acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights ap. plied for are situated. In surveying territory the land- must be described by sections, or It- gal subdivisions of sectiong, and in territory, the tract'appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee ot which will be refunded if the righti applied Joz are not available but not otherwise.- A royalty shall be paid on the.mer- TO Bestaurant; fully, output of the mine at the Win. Porteri Ar- 57.O FOR Hay for sale, first class blue--joint, at per ton. Ap. ply L. S.Ripley, office 8, McDonald Block.: NOTICE TO CREDITORS -Notice is hereby given that I have been made "Assignee and Trustee of certain assets and funds to be paid equably and pro rata to the credit- ors of Fred Rooney of of Leth- bridge for debts contracted in! con- nection with the Arlington hotel bus- iness carried on by him m Lethbridge and that all persons having accounts against the said Fred Kooney in con- 'section with the said business are required to send me before the 15th day of March, 1909, a statement of their account with particulars of the security, if any, held by them veri- fied by oath or statutory declaration. Dated at Lethbridge this 20th day :of February, 1909. 62- M. BARFORD. WANTED-rSmall house wanted, close in, by 'married couple; no family. Ap- ply at Hub Cafe.; .56-0 TO room, modem. Apply J. .Mitchell, 1246 East Bompas St.. '.69-6 TO RENT--5 roomed house just north of track.' Apply between 4 and 8 p. in', at 53 Argyle Ave. 61-0 LAND FOR SALE rate of five cents per ton. i Every lessee of coal mining righti which are not being operated stud! r furnish the district Domin- ion Lands with a sworn: -statement to that effect at least once in each year. The leaseVwill include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be eon. sidered necessary lor the working ol the mine rate of tlO an acre. For full information, application should be made" to the Secretary of the Department of' the Interior, tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. v Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will riot be paid for. FOE North Ward lots, cash, balance per month. This is the best buy in North Ward: Alberta Realty Co, SO acres of irrigated land in pieces of or 20 acres, close in, a bargain. Standard Land Co. Ltd. CAPITAL, SURPLUS, IUx 680 PhMt 198 Af Wmipef Fire bsirucc Ct. LAND FOR section; 300 acres in winter wheat; half mile of shipping point; per acre; good terms. Alberta Eealty Co. ott Ashmead, near Lorn don St., 1-3; cash, balance 3 and 6 months. Alberta Realty Co. two inside residen- tial lots; give price and terms. Herald. 60-0 1 LOOK HERE! A 5 Acre block of land, first-class market garden or sub- divisio i preposition, on two good roads. Close to and com- manding excellent view of Calgary. an acre. Adjoin- ing land sold for Will take good Ltthbridge lots in pert payment. y Apply owner A. Wwton Calgary, Alberta The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET FROM EACH One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum AsMiV Mlliistta FOR full.lots' on west side of Ashmead, about half way be- tween Courtland St. and London Ed.; no better lying residence site in town; price each, on terms. Apply Box B, Herald Office. 60-0 A FEW LOTS on Cutbill St., close to the school and facing east, at 3400 each, on easy terms. The H. Mac- beth Agency, P.O. Block. 6-O FOR lots and a two months, of the year. Lethbridge. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND 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 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. prosy may be made at any agency on certain conditions, by father, mother, son, or 0ja: ter of intending homesteader. residence upon and cultivation of the land in. each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of big home-- stead on a farm of at least 80 solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. reside six months in each Apply Box 483, 61-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. WANTED TO piano; state price, terms and cash, and Herald Office. ,65-0 FOR sets counter plat- form scales; each. Apply Man- ager Hudson's Bay Co. 50-6 FOR Fox typewriter; good as new. Herald. 60 entry (including, the time required te earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain Price per acre. reside six months in each of thrw years, cultivate fifty acres and erect: a house xvorth fflOQ.QO. W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication, pi this advertisement will not be .paid" ESTABLISBED 1S64 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up. Reserve tnd Undivided Profits........ Accowts tf NerclMmts, Firmers and Rancliers Elicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Branch Block, St.