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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD SPECIAL PUBLICITY NUMBER OF CANADA Capital, Rest asi UidfvMei Profits Exceed Farmers' Accounts as well as those of Ranchers, Cattle Dealers and Grain given special attention. Our branches cover the fanning and ranching districts, of Western Canada espe- cially, more thoroughly than do those of any other Bank. Cheques on any Bank cashed. Notes discounted or taken for collection. Money advanced to reliable customers on moderate terms. SI.00 opens a Savings Account. Interest paid or added to the Principal at regular intervals. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderso.i, Manager. IN THE SENATE Senator Thinks Printing Bu- reau Needs to Be Reformed j Ottawa, Feb. Senate sat for two hours? today and got through j with a lot of business. Senator Cainp- bell's bill regarding the carriage of goods which forbids transportation companies from contracting tlwmsel- ves out of liability for damage done in transit v.-as rend a second time. The bill was passed last session by the Senate and was slaughtered in. the prorogation rush. Sir Richard Cartwright's bill toj the annuities act was under; Phone 260 Box 417 Die UNIVERSAL PEACE Paris, Feb. 25. Lou- bet is the author of an article pub- lished today maintaining: that the DINED ENTIRE OPPOSITION. Feb. the ?ir Richard told Senator Lougheed that the indications were that the public wu.s goine to avail itself of the opportunity "offered by the act. He hud only lately been able to get the printed forms from the printing bu- reau. This led Senator Power to remark that Senator Scott who had recently shown a desire to reform the Senate might nnd that it would be profitable first: for'" the country to reform the print- Western Lighting Company Electrical and Gas Engineers Visit our New Show Rooms. We carry a most complete stock of Electrical Fixtures, Shades. Lamps, etc. All kinds of Electric Wiring done by an efficient staff of First-class Tradesmen I HO NEW SETTLEMENTS Repairs a Specially Estimates Free time in the'history of Canada the en-j ing bureau, until recently under his world is steadily marching towards j tire Opposition oi a provincial legis-; management. institution was a regime of universal peace for the i lature were dined and feted, praised; slow and imsatisfactory. Ihis Sen- reason that public opinion encouraged about a single ban-iator Scott denied with some warmth. war is crystalline everywhere and! quet board when, 'last night, the; Neither in England nor the States will eventually become irresistible, thirteen members of the Opposition' were the debates of Parliament print, in the Manitoba House were the ed expeditiously as in Canada, fai He adjures his friends working for arbitration to redouble their efforts. Applications quests of the Younsr Men's Liberal Richard Cart-wright promised to see Club of Winnipeg at a compliment.: if it was possible to extend the privi- arv dinner tendered in Liberal! of the annuity act to Canadian Club. residents outside cf the Dominion. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS. A NOVEL PROPOSITION. Montreal, Feb. S. Ann- i tin miii in t AUTOMOBILE FARMING MILK RIVER AND NEW DAYTON A. L. Roy COLDS P.O. Box 87 ONE DAY Will be received by the undersigned until Monday, the 8th of March, for the position of Inspector for the City oi Lethbridge, Alberta. Duties will comprise reading electric light meters, inspection of wiring in buildings, and sanitary in- spection. Please send copies of credentials, and state salary. Population, G. W. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. In common with Toronto Pressmens stronsr. of St. John. appeared before! There is a form of fanning that is Union Ottawa union No. 5 of the In- 'the council of the Board oi Trade to- j becoming very popular around Leth- ternatioaal Pressmen's Union of Am-' day with a novel proportion, which bridge, and is already being very has refused to pav 10 per cent, tie Board oi Irade has taiven conad- oxiensively carried on, known as the present Vuble intcnjt in. the Quebec bndge 'aiming." The term j It is believed that its height above smacks "rather of the rich man's James Savers. emploved by tne Ca- j tfa taract Power Co.. while working at! the top of a pole at Hamilton, acci- Montreal dental shocked. dead uniolj T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver Block. Phone 387. SOW IS THE time to insure your house and furniture. THE ROAD TOMORROW LEADS TO higher prices. Buy your lots TODAY. nd and mie miles a, Mun.ron'3 Cold Remedy Relieves the head, throat and '-wigs aJinost immediate- ly. Checks Fevers, stops Discharges of the nose, takes away all aches and pains caused by colds. It cures Grip and ob- vtinare Coughs and prevouts Pneumonia. Price 25c. Have vou stiff or swollen joints, no mat- ter how chronic? Ask your druggist for Munyon's Rheumatism Itemedy and see how quickly you will be cared. If you have any kidney or bladder troa- Me JIunyou's Kidney Remedy. Munyon's Vitallzer makes weak men strong and restores lost powers. the air. an at Baddeck, N. S. NOTICE; about i ;y feet below the low water sur-i wheat farming profitably and "on a of the river and supported on j large scale who otherwise would be The tunnel would consist of! unable to engage in it at all. I a huge tube, surrounded with a thick! The men who automobile farm, of j covering of cement, securely bolted to whom in Lethbridge there are now j the supporting- piers to ktjep it from getting to be quite a. number, usual- j.uomas wnu was seui, rising to the surface. It would run ly own and farm many acres of land the Government'to Great Britain ;across the directly from Quebec in different sections of the investigate industry i to Levis and would have four tracks, j superintending each phase of the brought down today. WOOLEN INDUSTRY Report of Commissioner Who Visited England Ottawa, Feb. report of Thomas Costello, who was two of which could .be used for street j season's work personally, yet living railway purposes. The cost. Mr. Arm the while and making their head! strone placed at about the same fig" j quarters in the city. Some of these ure as that oi a bridge. It was de- j men farm blocks of land as much as cided to Jioid special meeting- of the j niiles apart, and it. would be al- i Board on Friday next when Mr. Arm-jmo5t _ impossible to look after or strong: will explain the project to the! superintend all their farming opera The by to was report deals largely with the conditions in the districts of Bradford, Leeds and Huddersfield, and is largely taken up with the wages paid. The .average wage paid to men engaged in wool 2 LOTS OJf WESTMINSTER CLOSE to 3 LOTS OJf WESTMINSTER NEAR each. TENDERS will be received up to Saturday, March 6 1909, for Lots No. 36 and 37, Block 60, generally known as the 4 LOIS ON SMUH ST. BLOCK 18, Well The lowest or immediately south of Fire Hall, any tender not necessarily ac- income of per.snonth. 4 LOTS ON COUETLAND, CHOICE each. 10 LOTS EAST OF WESTMINSTER members. The novelty' of the Arm- j tions. strong: plan lies piers. in the supporting Notice r j scouring and dyeing in these dis- is given as while male degree of satisiac-} spinners earn from to per tion, without the aid of an automo-j girls getting as low as bile. The labor cost is about one-third of i Uie originator of this form of larm- j ing, as well as of the name by which it is commonly says "that he i couldn't possibly keep track of either I men or work without the use of an In the matter of the estate of Olai I automobile. Horses would be out of For instance: Mr. Walter R. Dob- the total cost of the goods. The re- who probably is .port gives a number of reasons why NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Canadian mills cannot compete with YOUR CHOICE OF MODERATE priced dwelling houses in good neigh- borhood, and on easy jterrns. ACRE LOT ON GRABB easy terms, ACRE LOTS NEAR FAIR GROTTOS 18 LOTS WEST OF WESTMINSTER at a each. TbeLetiridge Electric Co Per H. MACBETH, Secretary The 2 Residential Lots, close in. for each. Tenns 15 Room Boarding Honae and Furniture, for 16250 handles. Balance to suit purchaser Half Section Land, 12 miles from Town. per acre 7 Roomed House, close in. for cash, balance to suit purchaser. For Quick Sales list your Property with us Telephone 261 P.O. Box 642 410 Round Street KertDiilylenW D. KING, Manager Fogderud, late of Grassy Lake, in the Province of Alberta, farmer, de- ceased. Kbtice is hereby given that all per- sons having any claim or demands against the late Olai Fogderud, who died on or about the 3rd day of May, j 19QS, at Lethbridge, in the Province j of Alberta, are required, on or before the 1st day of April, 1909, to send by post prepaid, to the Trusts and Guar- antee Company, Limited., at, Calgary, in Province of Alberta, adminis- trators of the estate of the said Olai Fogderud, or to deliver, to the under- signed solicitor for-the said company their names and addresses, and full particulars of .their claims, in writ- ing, and a statement of their ac- counts, and the nature oi the securi- ties, if any, held by. them, and, such statement shall be verified, by statu- tory declaration of the claimant or his agent. And take notice, that after the 1st day of April, 1909, the said the Trusts the question. Mr. Dobbin lives in j inquire into the Canadian w-oollen Lethbridge.. where he is in the real j trade- estate, land and insurance business. '._______' __'.'_'______ He owns sections and half sections of land, amounting- in all acres, which are dotted all over the 1 district from Raley, forty-five miles southwest of Lethbridge, "to Carman- gay, an equal distance northwest of this city. Last fall he put in over cate near the town. As soon as spring opens up six steam outfits will be started to break up the raw prairie. The town was started by the West- ern Canada Land Co., "of Dayton, _ Ohio, a year and a half ago, and those of-Yorkshire, the greater cost since, then New Dayton has set a of manufacture in the different de-jpace that can only" be followed by partments being pointed out. It is the brightest and best of w-estern understood that Col. "Worthington I towns. The district is a good one. will ask for a royal commission to The land is rich "and fertile, and Milk station is another point; Wholesale Liquor Merchant around which a settlement- has form- ed'. The town itself has not been i Phone 50 pushed any as yet, although there is I ji store, lumber yard, post office, etc., j tliero, but the country around has! been settling up quite rapidly (he past year. The siding was laid in the second township from the Mon_ tana line (T. 2 R. 1C and in the fall of 1907 the 0. W. Kerr Coin- pany undertook the retailing of this townshrip of land. Practically the entire township was closed out in i one month to parties they brought! up in their special car excursions, j and during last year quite a num- j I ber of these purchasers shipped their j effects up to settle on the land and i j develop it. The Milk River runs! through Vthe township from which i the Station received its name. The I Station is on the line of the A. R. and I. Railway, which goes down j into Montana. Other land compan-! ie_s have been selling lands in this! vicinity, and in addition there was aj great deal of homestead land, which j has been practically all taken up, 1 and as the land is good there is no i reason why this should not in'ake a I pretty good in a few years. NEW DAYTON. i Had visited the present site of the town of New Dayton two! years ago, you could not have seen a sign of a human being. There was not at that tune a building in sight nor a foot of prairie turned. Visit it today and you will find a general j store, a hotel, a livery stable, black-! smith shop, post office, and lumber yard. There are thirty families tribu-! tary to the town. An implement j warehouse and a hardware store are! under construction. Plans are un-j der way for the erection of a church i and the Government have been peti- tioned for a school. Six houses were built at New! Dayton this winter. On March 16th i twenty families will leave Ohio to lo- Somebody likes the [meals at CHOW SAM'S CAFE For a great majority'go there Chow Sam Co. SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS FAVOR THE NEGROES Washington, D. C., Feb. il which provides for the re-enlist- ment of the. negro-officers and soldier who were discharged as a result of the shooting affray at Brownsville, and. Guarantee Company, Limited, j one day, while with a team acres: .of fall wheat on his Texas, on the night of August 13th, this season proposes to 1906 will be favorably to break acres of raw prairie and "foe House committee on military "af- seed it. So it can easily -be seen {fairs. that what he says is correct, and that it would ber impossible for him to oversee all this work if he had to rely upon a team and .rig; therefore it is due to the automobile that some thousands of acres of .land in this district are cultivated which otherwise remain unproduc- tive if we had to depend upon teams for transportation, for in jVt. Dob- bin's case, with an automobile ne can, if -visit..all of his Don't Pay Any More Kent When we can sell yon a nice 5 roomed hotite bnt on a Lot 46 ft. x 125 ft. This property in sitnated in the North Ward. Qnr price is only and our terms are eiceptionaly easy. All.we. ask is that yon pay us cash and per month ontil it is paid for. This property has been rented for per month. For farther particulars, wee Tie MM W [ftiti id Ujwtwnt CB. HBAD OFFICR-BKYAK BLOCK M7 UtMkMc, AHa. will proceed to distribute the assets of the said .deceased amongst the 'persons entitled thereto, having re- gard only to the claims of which it ,shaB then have had notice, and thai the said the Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, will not be liable for the said assets or any part there- of to any person of whose claim it shall riot then have received notice, Dated at.Lethbridge this 2ttth day of February, 1909. The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, A. G. RGSS, Manager, Sgd. W. C. SIMMONS, Solicitor for the said Company. 66-4 An order for eight pay as you enter cars for the new municipal railway in Calvary has been received Ottawa Car Co. trial in both Montrea and Ottawa and proved a success. there is an abundance of good spring water ten feet below the surface. At present here is a tri-weekly mail ser- vice, New Dayton being on the A. R. and I. line, eleven miles south of Stirling. However, a daily mail ser- vice will undoubtedly be had this summer. There is a coal mine only six miles from the" town. Atkins Bros., who own five sec- tions two miles north of New Day- ton, have a section and a half un- dex crop this year. This season they will have two steam outfits at work, and'expect'to place the whole five sections under crop next year. j The Miami Farming Go. purchas- ed acres five miles from the! The Model Restaurant Appeals to everybody by its Excellent Menu and ought to claim the patronage of all jJUnionMen As it is run on strictly union principles. Rooms in Connection John Contain PROPRJETOR and a rig- he could barely make the rounds in hall a week. As a mat- ter oi fact, if it were not for the au- tomobile he would not be farming at( all, and the land he owns wouldfor'i part, lie idle until it rose sufficiently in value him' to sell to some farmer who lived near-by, and' who would tuna 'it to productive use. New Furniture Med !w e are unloading today the largest] Corrugated iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding MeUllk Shingles before buying eJfewhere NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the matter of the estate of Andrew McGuffie; late of the village of St. Mary's; in the.; Province Alberta; laborer, deceasfxL Notice' 'is hereby given that all per- sons having any claim or demands against the late Andrew McGuffie, who died on or about the 26th day of August, 1908, at St. Mary's, in the Province of Alberta, are required to send by post prepaid to The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, at Calgary, in the Province of Alberta, administrators of the estate of the said Andrew McGuffie, or to deliver to.. the undersigned advocate for the said company, their names and ad- dresses and full particulars of their cMms in writing, and a statement of their accounts and the nature of the. securities, if any. held by them, and such- statement shall be verified by statutory declaration of the claimant or his agent. And take notice, that after the. 1st day of 'April, 1909, the said The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the per- sons entitled thereto, having regard. only to the claims of which they shall then have had notice, and that, the said The Trusts and Guarantee Company, -Limited; will not be liable for the said assets or any part thereof to any person of whose clairn it shall not then have received notice. Dated at Lethbridge this 26th day of 1909. The Company, Limited. A. G. ROSS, Sgd. W. C. SIMMONS, Advocate for The Trnste and Guar- antee Company, Limited. CITY AND DISTRICT. The Cricket Club it rettinr btuy itaeftdy. being to build ifooden: pitch tytimr hi the OM Countrv. Several, come to towm the indfet- tioM wre that will hew e, reeJly flret claw team this consignment of new. furniture. and! stoves., just arrived from. Calgary, j .The. same is now on view at .the auc- tion room, corner Glyn and Ford "Bts.: next- .the Irrigation Hall. This: ghip-j meni contains iron beds, dregs. er .and stands, kitchen" arid dining cradles, kitchen cabinet, mirrors, bar-roomj J chairs and a great many other arti- cles which space will not allow ino to enumerate. The above goods will; be soKI by public auction on Saturday, Feb. 27th at 1.30 p.m. Also sewing machine and cow. W. L Wilscn, Auctioneer IN P. S, -Fresh butter and eggs stantly on Hand. con- f 4 Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE Get our on We have jnst placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Cb.'s goods in stock JUW'S MCTUBIKG WMil BWI Office and Factory dr. mil m Hini mm Telephone 158 YeftSsjttSt IW195 'General Teaming i If yon have any teaming of any kind to do ring me up, PHONE 101 Yonr will be satisfactorily 1 attended to. Goal must be WM. TAYLOR hurtsl teNml M anufactured in Vancoover, B C., of the very beat Kiln. Lumber, in latssf de- Prospective builders would do well 'to write me deciding on a Sfltncer buildings, and will develop exten- sively this season. They have 500 acres under crop.now. Next year they will crop acres. They will use both steam and .horses in the work of. developing.. A telephone line .is being construct- ed .from Stirling to .Coutts, and when the line is completed every farmer will-have the privilege-of having a rural telephone in his house. Near- ly all the farmers now in the district h'ave applied for a Jphone. The Genesee river, owinsr to bad weather has been steadily rising.'. A good of ice and debris has been carried into Lake Ontario. The tuo- Florence, owned by the Kates Coed been sunk at her pier at by floatine Ice. Orders for They say the llberta Restaurant i Is a good place to go for a good meal. Open Day and Night Orders at all Hours Oliver Block ___ Phone -228, OWING ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 The Wberta Raitwa) and Irrigation Company Is nowpfifering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET Lota Kortl gf tke bllrnlut Ihst offtriiiistarH, FROM EACH One-third osah, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum b (W IBi. ;