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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE SB L E T H B K J D G E DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1911 contained in the i iho Crouii, le- all ccal iu and under, ttiat certain TT1U.1C NOTICE U hereby given ranee three W west that purfuant to iho order cf the the ID) Meridian, in the Pro- llcaorsb'.e .Mr. Justice madt of AUvru. L'OuUiuins sis bun- en the UMn day o! November, A. ami forty IW) acres mow or less la a certain action vendir.g i'.i and the risht to work the ac- is-.e Supreme Court or Alberu. Jud-lccniius to oi -fiiic X. V. Iclil District of HarleoJ. Trusts r.iminlce Company, l.irn All minerals oilier thaa coal anJ lied Trusu-e under a certain mortgage j cclj and silver. wltMn. upon or irusl deed given by the Coal j I srunt ftonVj 1 Cameron pbiap, size C. The mines of the (.'oinpaiiy cunsKt i in nTiitianJ shaft known as "tho new luiut-" situate ni Fraufc. Alberta, la ct-nuec- ft-Jtb uMch there Is a loJite equipment ot minims plant jine coa, produced Is of aud legal sub- yUli cookluij.qualMy and'in l-ast lu lowurilp S, range 3 LlMslcas T. and S aud the iiortheast q-jnrter of section 1, la S. ranse 4. wen of the eta Meridian, ccn- taiair.g au area cf sis hundred Togo 1 or less. with full anJ exclusive 1 the whole output has been tcld to the Canadian 1'aclflc Hallway Company. Since tho lUiuldatlou yf tbe j Ccaipany In January. 1913, the lea has operated the mines sufficiently lo prevent any deterioration of tap; aJ That is What Methodist Min- ister Has to Say on the Subject Calgary, In the IVrvniuce o! Averts or "wider thei iic-rth- j L'anaOa oa Satuiday tbe 2Jth day 0[ section thiriv-n-ft 1 January, A. at hour of [31J ln 5even iweKc o'clock r.ooa, a'1 real ar.d l-e.-ioual property inJ assets cf the tald t'aaadiau Coat Consolidated, Lim- ited, mentioned and. described in the taltl mortgage trost deed (except such vortions thereof as have been sold. or disposed belns the lands aud mineral rights. ireehoM and leasehold, InlgatEon iiglilF. nuehlr.ery and plant owned lv 'the Canadian Coal Consoli- dated. Uiulicd. in connection with its v-oal mine ami electric system M Franfc. Alberta, and tt'.e huiel pro- perty koown a? the Sauhoriuci Hotel ut Krank Alteru, reoce particularly described as follows: (a) Freehold Lands UJ AU acd siiicular certain or tracts oi and premises rituate. lylas. and bdins In the Pro- vince of Alberta. Dominion of Canada, ynd described as fallows, that is to say: Lots five (5) to eleven ill) and wcM (31) In west of ice fitch The leasehold lateral In and Kcnntctloo therewith sulphur baths 1 a sulphur spring the tlon thiriy-or.e jo ait coal jn acj that certain raigetbree raixei or lract of Ucd situate, lyicg I wal" (5) Meridian, in I aClj toir.g in ,he ot Alb ITU tbe Provide cf Alberta, containing Legal Subdivisions 9. IS, one hundred aud sEity acres anj lfi Section "31. in township 7. o) more or less aod the right to wort tie same and subject to the payment of the royalty provided for lu the grant front the Crown, registered -A, E." to CmlGcate of Title So. T J. 2. (1) Firstly: AU mineral rkhts ex- cepting gold and silver -withiti. upoa 3. and tlw east half of section K, in township S, 3, west oE 5lh-Meridian, containing an. area of Rev. Dr. A. Stewart, one of the acting principals of the has returned s of which are considered medicinal value. The property nltl be eold subject to from Toronto where he has been at- a rtserve bid which has been axed by j tecdlns the meeting of the Methodist a jucise. Xo is to advance le; at any bidding and no person siiall retract his bidding. :t bidder shall be the pur- j general conference special committee than union. This committee reel license and authority to work the Fame as evidenced by a lease made or under, the ncrlheast of sec- between His Majesty Kins George tioa in township represented by the Minister seitn la 0{ In fixteeu lots five (5) to su ol the Interior, couialnius one clgbt IS) w iTCfrnly (-0) In block Uandred and fifty-nine acres Fever.tcen lots one (1) to Or ECCordins to Certificate iceo i IS) and eiaMeen j to twenty cf N-o v_ (20) ir! block eighteen one i5, minerals otber than gold and U) to twelve in block nlueteec silver, within, upon or under the c-ast Ids fourteen iHl to eighteen j tal[ of sectton thtrty-sii (30) la town; 11 Wock twenty-one lot? !eit.n ,7) range (4) west oj one IU to (S) In block twenty- ttie (5) jjoriditu, in the Province TWO lois Que (1) to seventeen ]of .Viberta. three hundred which is owbg with interest from December 31st, 1912. Lots tvelra O-) ar.d thirteen (.13) jn block twcnty-che (.1) subject to a certain agreement for sale v.'ith.J. F. on which is owing wiUi interest from December 31st, 1912. Lots nJneiec-n (19) and twenty 12Q) In block twenty-one (21) subject to n certain asreeraent for site Vftl. ti. VTeimoro on which ia owing and nineteen (19} to twenty-two i22) la twenty-three lots five (.1} to eleven (H) in block: twenty four (-U; lots to eiehtefn [IS> in block twenty-five lots sfiteen U61. (iSf twenty, [20) and tweniy- (Trb (22) to twenty-six iu block twcaty-stc lots tweaty-threa (23) to E27) and thirty-are (35) to tbirty-nins and forty- three (43) to forty-are block tveiitT-elphi lots ten .110) to thirteen [13) -in -block twenty-nine lots twelve (12) thirteen, ar.d thirty- (30) lo-. .tiirty- BSYEU 137) and to forty- four. lots -blocb thirty-oae onn' U) to eisbteen US) In block thirty-tflfo (321; lots one (1) to twenty-two (22) in block thirty-three. all Inclusive and, Lets twelve ill) to fifteen (15) tn "t-lcck siiteea lots eight (S) fif- F event pen (17) and eighteen (IS) In block twenly-sis lots ni (32QJ acres more or less, and the to work the same. according to Certificate of Title N. V. 251; Saritorium. Hotel Prcperty 'Ihe osst oi section thirty-six township seven (7) range four in the Province of Alfeeiti[ which are not covered by acy of the waters of the Xest River, as stown on z. ?lan of survey of the said township. to flSr block lot seven (1) in cJ: tvrer.ty-ejsht lots fourteea fittees JD. block thiity lets twelve 111) and thirteen in block tTrenty-rour (24) all in- clctfve and including all buildings end j.'remise.T situace thereon and Iccluding the 'premises known as the tipple, trcsiJe and powerhouse, eccordins .to at 2nd ot DeccDiber; Certificates ol Title N'o. N. V. 252. j acres more or'leas. for. a 1902 by Edouvard Devllie, Surveyor- General of Dominion end of re-. coro'.In the Uepartmept of the Interior cbiitalnirig three hundred aod uftVc-n (S15) acres-more or Reserving unto Kis Majesty, his iwesiorB and aasigiis, all mines and minerals anfl the right to" work the strae Firstly and aighiy-eight (13.SS) acres ibore or less, for rleht of way of Pacific Kail- tray, Crow's Nest Pass Branch, be: all that portion which lies between t lines parallel with and each said lice heicg one hundred (100) feel perpen- dicularly dUtant en opposite sides from the centre line of the said rail- way, as on a plan, of said right of way filed In the Land Titles 05ke Tor tbe South" Alberta Land -Kefl'slrfe- Uon District as Ry. 27: and, secondly !oor and tweDty-hunilredth (4.20) he- ith 1912, iaterest from Iiecember 31st, Lets twenty-four (24) in block thirty [30) subject to a certain agreement for David Stenc on which is owing with interest from De- cember 31st. Lot (C) in block thirty (30) sub- fet-t to H certain agreement for sale wltli on which Is ow- in? T.-lth interest from Decem- ber 3lst, 1513. Lot Sve {5) iu block thirty (30) sub- Ihe debentures of the deijteo 'was necessary to consider two fendant Company to an amount equal general propositions presented by the to the amounts ovtstandin? under such Presbyterian representatives. These "HSnS? VM5 L Interest and upon payment of the U genctal survey of church conditions said balance the purchaser shall bajl" country- These entitled to a conveyance in proper land the proposed changes In the basis form and vesting order, and to ba let! of union are the result of a strom into rorsesston of the premisses. The j effort iu llie Presbyterian church to am? b'eSt1nd the "'alccutents. The Pres taxes the seid was continued In exlsieuce by the property and all myaitles seneral assembly held In Edmonton payable In respect thereof, up to the two years ago, and provision was end of the year 19i2, to be paid by then made for pastoral charges and Terrible Torture From Chronic Indigestion, Short Treatment With "Fruit-a-twes" Completely Cured The Whole Trouble. tlie Tnist Company, In case of dlsj conveynnce or v prospective purchasefs TV ill be shown over the same representative, cf the Trust Company at Frank at all reasonable hours in the day time up to the date of sale. The certificates of till? and leases to the real properties may be laspect- 1 individuals vho wished to do so to as lo the- form of )Bend in suggestions for amendments .order, the sanan to ,no basla of union, A nuaiber of been sent In Vet" ID a led at-the 1'iaintiff Com- Louis Ponsart. on which is pauy at Calgary. Alberta, Canada, dur- J20.75 -vith Interest irern December j the cf all business 31st, 1912. I days ijp to dt sale. in bloeh twenty- j For application six" (2G) subject'to a certain agree-! nay" be made 'to tEe" Plaint EC Conipany mtr.t for eale.o.i kwhich is owing SCOO itE .undexfljgaed froHi -December j tie City of Calgary -_..._ day of J2) Firstly, the wes; hal' of section in township seven lanse three. (3) west o[ Uie Merlilian, in- (he Province of Alberta, containing 326 acre; more or less. Secondly, tbe weit half of section nineteen (19) in township seven (7i rSnge 'three (3) west of the fitlh (5) MWlJEan, In (he Province of Alberta containing 320 acres more or less; ac- cording to Certificate of Title Xo. N'. V. (S) Those parcels ol land situate iri township seven (7) range three (3) of the fifth 151 Meridian, in Province of Alberta, as shown on a plan of surrey of the Slid township, tinned, at Ottawa I6th June 1S62, by Surveyor-General' of Ijomiaioa 3-ands and of record in tbe Department of the Interior, and being: Firstly, those portions- of the west half tit section thirty (30) which are not covered bj any of the waters o! Crow's Nest River containing together three liundied and eighteen and fifty hund- Uredths (318.34) acres more or ifcEs, ex- cepting cf the quarter lirstiy, five and forly-sij hundredth; (5.46) acres more or less for railway light of May oi the Canadian Parlflo railway company. Clow's Neit Pas3 Ijranch, as iM right of way Is shown on a plan Sled In the Lar_d Titles of- 1lce for the Scuth Alberta Land Regis- tration Dlslrict as "Ry. Secondly ?-Four. (4) acres more or less tor a roadway as shown oa a plan thereol filed in said Land Titles Orflco is "No and. thirdly, tlnteen hun ciredlha (.16) of an acre more or Ic-ss us described in Certificate c! Title "k S. 105." ar.d secondly, the suulhwes Jichel, on which.Is owing ilTl.00 with Interest from pe- cember aiSt, 1312. Lot twenty-two (22) In block tweaty- B'l psrliir.i or liici iTi Ronh vcriicai (infir.p, j northeast quarter ar.4 of the north- to l ZO-K. D. C. west quarter of section tnirty-or.'- (21) In tovnrhlp r7) rai.Rc (3) M6st of the fiflh (5) Meridian. In _ the Province of Alberta, as on a each) tipple. the grant from the 2 loromollve type boilera 2 25.0-11.1'. Sterling holiers. 2 tcconrl han'l rct-irn Itibtjiar boiler.'. lOi'omntive type boilers tlOO If.P. i Crc-wn, reglEtered as cording to Clerlifiiate of Title .Xo T J. i. And liie full and free riyht at.rl liberty time to time arni at limes wltb workmen, horses and carts and other persons ami things to en'.er intn ami r.pori ?ai'i DT fho purpcse cf repairing and the gamo anj Into and (he lar.'ls adjoining the aame on eitni.r c tiisrcnf as far as may lie f >r that purpose. C.. r.nlrc. hollers (85 H.I'. H.P. Kubject to Ihi provisoes and xTjlO. 2 earlij old mlrif; 1 hoiler! pumii) 1 bt.ller wat'T hrater. 1 boiler (draft fan and engines) 1 Caneron 1 Ca-ncron I lixTxlO farr.tron pumn. 1 Worihlncton duplex pump, 1 Kr.owlcs 1 fctond band Camcicm mmu, 14 "Good Skil" Buchanaii'a: The people wlio put the goud "fki" in whisky. 0. TtOm.l.V, TORO.VTff i politj he helil to de- rovemenl This changl: was ect that whtn a In would bo any difficulty at all at the general conference, which was to be jhold in Oltan-a on Sept, 23.1 iyn, about the proposed changes. Meet of them were changes in Coding in Ehe doctrinal sectlou. One In the section on elded impro to the effei pastorale Is contemplated, the m'atter shall go before the presbytery com- mittee before U Is dealt with by the settlement committee. The purpose of tht6 proposal was to check raeli unwise action, and also to -pre- vent wire-pulling for desirable char- ges. Dr. Stewart thought that this change might have a steadying effect. Altogether, said Dr. Stewart, there was no dlsposUtcn on the part of the committee to object to any of the pro- posals, and he thought that the gen- eral conference next would see the end of the In ques- tion. After that, there would merely le the legislative side of the matter, and committees could be appointed by all three churches to deal with that and to rerj'jest an act of incorporation JruiTi tho Federal anA Provincial jiar liamenls. The proposal Tor a chuich survey seemed likely to bo of service. and the Metho-Uat committee had (.on curredr and appointed ITev. T. Albert Moore, DM., and Rev. W. U Crclgli I ton. D.IX, editor of the Christian aa.their re Eves I s to the possibility of further catas- rophc. Jle declared this afternoon lat (here was no further danger. Many famine? iveru ilur- nfi'tbc panic which followed the ion and HIP highways are crowded cartder.erl people searching for elatives. The. authorities are doing heir utmost to reestablish orrier. A number of newspaper corres'iior.- the committee. The teacher was hearing the youth [H! class in maihemailcs. she said, "in order tract things liavc to be In th de-nomination. For Instance !co cats. Do J'ou jindcralandT' Tlicr6 wuS assent from tlie m tf pupils. One little boy in tr raised a hand. "Well, Hobby, what Is It5" icad'er. "I'lease, snlil "cbulfta'l take three cju milK from two rnour nnil Miss .Mabel Follls. while Mrs. James Vonni; A dainty and elaborate luncheon was 'then served. There ucrii about 25 ladles present throughout t'ie He --If I call pa can't I call ma you do, she'll wipe the P.oor with Prominent Ontario Man Recommends Gin Pills For The Kidneys Found Hi A. cute for Ki'Jney and KladJer Troubles. Mr, knows it, Mr. Simpson knows And IhcyArc lolling all their and iivightou what Gin 1'illa dM forlhcm. HsiciaMr. letter. Study il. OAVISVIIJ.R, O.vr. "Hi ad trouble with myXiJiicysandJllnflder I got Q sample of GIN 1'U.LS find follov.c'l directions. I felt better after the first dose ami I kept taUng them for a One day, Mr, Simpson of thii town me aUtut the tro-jlile with liis kMncys, ami I recommended him to try GIN 1'IW.S, -ir.d gave liimouc lo late. ionic for himself, Ixilh lie ami Ms wife have uciivcd great benefit i'rum IIHKlllvllT H. JIAVHK. JJvery man wiio lias any Kidney Trouble or 1 suffers Rlie-imitism Bbould do iii't at MR. BAIJKR OIN cure You see, GIN PJI.LS do cure Klilncy nitd Biiddcr Gin Tills tue tSic juin in Uic and sloo lliosc sharp. Gin Tills give lo Eootl.c tiic MatWrr awl inconlincncc and of urine. Von tiavc lo our word for nil this, or even buy Gin Pills before trying them. Vritc for free .isinplc gwxl ('im nuy ttie tepil.ii boxes nl'your or fiix {or Write for tSic free sample. National Urng act! Clicmical Co. of Canada Toronto. A FRtciND IN ME EC, NATIONAL LAZY LIVER PILLS nwcclen slotaacli, hel le bowels and ilif up llie liver, a box. ;