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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTHBRILQI, ALTA., TUMDAY, JANUARY If, IMI. Had'Heart Trouble and Shortness of Breath Six Years. Weak and Thin-Only Weighed .Seventy-three Pounds- Now Weighs One Hundred and Thirteen. When you find your heart the least bit out of rhythm, your nerv.s unhinged, your bream short, don't wait until are pro- jtratvd. on bed of sicknos. Take Mil- burn's Heart an-1 Norve PilK They'll put vou in such condition you'll never know you "have a heart, make nerves strong And your whole being thrill vi'.h new life. iMiibuvn's Heart and Nerve Pills cured >lr.s. K.. K. Hright, BiiNiK-y, Out. She Avrit.c's: "1 was greatly troubled, for six ycais.'with my heart shortness of breaih. I could not walk eighty rods with- rosting four or iivo tunes in t.hac short 1 got so weak and thin I only "wc'irhexl seventy-thnw pounds. I decided at last take some of Milburn's Heart and 'Ixervo Pills, and aficr taking boxes I gaiiiid in strength end weight, atid now weigh one hundred and thirteen pounds, the I ever weighed in my life. I feel rwe.ll aud can work n.s woll as over I did, .aiuiican heart thank Milbaru's Heart and ;2sTerve Pills for it all." Prieo 50 cents per box or 3 boxes for "at all d.alers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont- FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE. Ha'rrisburjr. Pa... Jun. Ceases of .foot and mouth disease ap- peared today in Lancaster couir.y. State Veterinary Pearson has ordered animals killed and a quarantine established. SALARIES OF CIVIC OFFICIAL PAID BY WESTERN CITIES CAKE and PASTRY We realize the difficulty in turning out the uality of Cake and Pastry that tempts and creates a. desire lor more. But we know we can over- come this difficulty, and also produce goods that contain no harmful ingredients. Order from a ris; THE CITY BAKERY FORD STREET Near the New Fire Hall ROBT. SCOTT, Prop. (Moose -3aw Times) The matter of salaries of city offi- cials for the year is now under consideration by the various commit- tees of the council and will no doubt be dealt with by the Council at an. early date. In fixing salaries services rendered is of course the chief consideration, but comparisons with salaries paid, for 9. similar class is always an element enters into consideration. In fixing the civic sal- aries in Moose Jaw it is therefore well for the rate-payers and council to be informed as to the salaries be- ing paid in other cities where tho work is much similar to Moose Jaw. By the courtesy of the city clerks of the several cities named in Answering our inquiry.. The Times is in a posi- tion to furnish the following authen- tic figures in this BRANDON Mayor (statutory) Treasurer 1SOO Clerk 1200 Assessor and Publicity Manager 2000 Fire Chief oOO Shief of Police. 1200 Waterworks Supt................... 1500 City Engineer 2250 Medical Health Officer (500 Police Magistrate -500 Health Inspector 900 City Solicitor GOO It is understood that the city clerk of Brandon will receive an increase this year, it being his third year of service. It is also proposed to give the assessor lor the assessment alone, he to pay his assistants out of this amount. The Fire Chief, Medi- fcaT Health Officer. City Solicitor and j Police Magistrate have other occupa- I tions and only act officially -when, the 'occasion demands. The Waterworks Superintendent in addition to his sal- ary of S1500 is allowed a. freo. modern house, heated, lighted and domestic fuel. j REGINA i Mayor (no stated salary) but 1200 SJOO, 780 I 1620 j 12001 960 I 900! i Chief of 1500 City Electrician 1500 Supt. of Power House 1500 Supt. of Waterworks 1500 Supt. of Street Railway 2400 City Solicitor 1200 CKV Engineer 1800 City Auditor 2400 MEDICINE HAT Treasurer Clerk Assistant to Treus. and Clerk City Engineer Supt. of Works Meter (reads and repairs) Chief of Police Policemen (two) each. Fire Chief Health Officer Magistrate Auditor Engineer (mechanical) City Hall Caretaker Teamsters each CALGARY Mayor City Clerk 2500 j Assessor auu Treas. (combined) 1800 j Fire Chief 1SOO; Chk-f of Police 1800 Supt. of Electric Light loOOJ LETHBRIDGE Secretary-Treasurer and 1'urchas- j ing agent j City Assessor 300 Fire Chief and Building Insp. 1500 Chief of Police 15001 Supt. of Power Plant 300! City Engineer 2500 j City Solicitor 1200 i Health Officer 500 I MOOSE JAW I City Clerk J City Engineer 2400 j Supt. of Power Plant 2400 Chref of Police- ,_______v 1200 j Fire Chief Health Inspector 840 Health Officer 400 City Solicitor 700 Firemen, from to 720 II St. Augustin's Hall i TONIGHT And Two Following Evenings GRAND AMATEUR PRODUCTION The Darling i 300! 400! 400' 1500 540J 720! j OF The Geishas I Book 'by 0. F. P. Cony. beare, Esq. Music by Rfv. .T. B. drivers Beautiful Scenery Magnificent "Costumes CAST Xuogai, The Brick Presi- dent......Mr. E. A. Allen Aio, the Nurse. Mr. D. M ay Lieut. Ratline. R.X. Mr. Or. E, Fleming Crojack, the Boatswain Mr. H. E Cooper The Teddy Bear Mr. G. W. Robinson Murasaki. Mrs. G. Rogers O'Hara San.Miss Bawden UneymL.Mrs. S. Jackson Ki Ku Miss Elaine Conybeare Asagao Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare Myogia San, Mrs Southard Supported by strong cho- rus of 20 members Fresh Oysters I The remarkable feature of the above for past two years paid is tiie widespread discrepancies City treasurer 1500 j in paid in different cities for City Engineer 2000 [tne same offices. Take the office of City. Assessor 1350 cne secretary treasurer or city clerk, j Fire Chief 1200 series paid range from in j Police Chief 1200 i Saskatoon and in Edmonton, City Electrician 2400 I to in Regina, in Moose City Clerk 2000 Javr and i Curtain Rises Sharp at 8.30 Popular Prices-SGc, 7Sc Booking atHiginbotham's Drusr Store "SWEET LAVENDER' of BARRHILL. To be Produced Undtr Young Men's Club. Tho Executive Committee of the Young1 Men's Tliib have made arrange- ments with the management of the "Sweet I-avendes" Company whereby this delightful domestic orama will be produced under tho auspices of the Young Men's Club of Lethbridge. As it was the original intention of the company presenting "Sweet Laven- to turn over the proceeds of the two performances be given at the) Eureka theatre, on tho evenings of January 25th, and to some de- serving cause in the city, the Leth- bridge public will no doubt agree with tho Company that there is no more deserving organization in the City than the Young Men's Club. The work which this institution is doing among the young men of the City is well known to all of us. Organized 'about three years ago. with a mem- bership of less than a dozen, it has grown and prospered until today its membership is over a hundred. This season the Club has equipped a first class gymnasium and bath rooms, as well as reading and writing rooms: the gymnasium is under the able man agement of Mr. Frank A. Maxwell, late' Y.M.C.A. Physical instructor at Duluth. and classes of instruction are heki nightly. In order to carry on this splendid work among the young men of the ciiy. dollars are required; the management of the Club .deeply appreciate the generous support the Club has received from tho Lethbridge public in the past, and it is-with a feeling of confidence that they again solicit the support of the citizens. By making a point of .attending the two performances of "Sweet Lavender" at the Eureka Theatre, on Monday and Tuesday evenings, January 25th and 26th, you will not only be support- ing a good cause, but you will also be provided with an evening's enter- tainment of the highest order. It'is hardly necessary for us "to again al- lude to the personel Ojf the Company presenting "Sweet the best dramatic talent in the city has -betn secured, and under the able di- rection of Mr. Richard Hincks, we are confident that they will render a good account of themselves. The advance I sals of seats is now open at Higin- botham's Drug Store, and judging by the way the plan is being filled up, i it would bu well fo_r those intending to take in the play to lose no time in booking their seats. The Canadian Real Estate and Adjustment Co, HEAD OFFICE- BRYAN BLOCK P.O. Box 387 Lethbridge, E. T. McGREGOR, MAXAGL-K We Buy and Sell Farm Lands and City Write Life, Fire add Accident Insurance and Collect Money in any part of the GIVE US A CALL WHEN IN LET H POSITIVELY NO MORE FOR SALE afier January 30th, 1909. Nechaco B.C. wheat, fruit" and dairy hind. Get. your order in now. We reserve lO.OOO acres for your re-selec- tion, give you until 60 days after trains arc running through to re- select. OUR UNCULTIVATED LAND we sell for per acre, per acre cash, balance 9 yearly payments. When the Grand Trunk Pacific R.R- is completed ntxt fall, land will be si-iling for SIOO per acre. The coming most popular summer resort in North America. Climate seldom below zero. No winds. Fruit, fish nnd game in abundance. No sand or stone; rich soil. Timber and coal near by. Buy now at low price, and sell to the other fellow for high price. An investment of cash for 40 acres will make you within two years or for 160 acres will make you We are cultivating 000 acres for ourselves. You don't have to livrt on this land to own it. Send 25 cents for beautiful pictures, map and particulars. I. .B. .Snell, Rooms I and 2, Bryan Block, over Eureka Tbeatic-. Entrance Dufierin St., Lethbridge, Alberta, in Lethbridge and Supt. Power Plant............... 2400 Calgary. The same is true in regard In the case of Regina this year's ito the position of City Engineer mayor and council were elected on ajthe beincr from in Medi- policy of retrenchment in the matter jcine Hat and in Edmonton to of civic expenditures and of in Regina and in Moose j ken tions in the cost uf civic administra-j Jaw and in Lethbridge. In j ]t tion, and in the city't salary bill jthe Position of electrical or power j which was considered abnormal, not plant superintendent, there is also the j ut more- lcirie in Barrhill. Alta-, Jan. is very scarce, the cold weather keep- ing everything quiet. Mr. and Mrs. Silsby spent the Sun- day at Barrhill. The backbone of Jack frost was bro DANCE AT MONARCH. Monarch. Jan. masquerade ball which was held at Monarch was quite a success. At the beginning of Hope he don't get the evening it looked as if it would work this wjn- oe a failure but towards nine o'clock j the people began to file in pretty U.iJ> lit particularly in the number of salar- ied officials employed. PPJXCE ALBERT Mayor (no fixed salary) Secretary-treasurer and in Edmonton and Calgary tc' v a j Mr. Vale in Moose Jaw and Regina. L, i mu 4. tne postomce. 1 The interesting point to our read-{ ___ ers is that The annual school meeting is to be I good. held next Tuesdav ar, ten o'clock at s place, one mile west At th in every case the facts j speak eloquently of Moose Jaw's gen- erosity in the matter of salaries to I r T i; Alberta Restaurant Sho) t Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 the several cities, and Edmonton's the audit depart- ment the head dePartment of the civ- iC The Model Restaurant Appeals to everybody by its Excellent Menu ancl ought to charm the patronage of all Union Men As, it is run on strictly union principles. Rooms in Connection John Cantin PROPRIETOR jFire Chief (volunteer) the heads of these departments. Chief of Police 960 Another interesting point is the va- Supt. Electric Light 1500 rious groupings of the offices of sec- Three paid Firemen, each 720 retary-treasurers cterk anri assassor in SASKATOON Mayor (no fixed salary) Treasurer i50o City Clerk '1............... 1200 Assessor, for assessment 400 Brandon's policy of out Fire Chief 1200 :the assessment at a year is Chief of Police 1200 certa-in-Iy unique and involves princi- Electrical Supt 1800 ples that are generally recognized as EDMONTON bad municipal In fixing the salaries of our civic Mttyor employees for the current year much Sec--Trcasurcr 1500 useful information is furnished Assessor and Collector 1800 aldermen and Fire Chief 1500 above data. ROOT FOR SENATOR. Albany, N.Y-, Jan. name or Elihu Roo.t, the Secretary of State, will be presented to the caucus of the Eepublican legislators as a can- didate for United States Senator, to suc-eem Thomas G. Platt. It was patronized by quite a few i from Lethbridge and we hope to see everybody here on. Monday night, the 25th, when we are haying a Burns dance and supper. Some of the cos- tumes were very nice, one being Cu- pid, another being the stars and stripes, several niggers, tramps and others who did .not represent any- thing. Hoping, to see every Scotch- man next Monday night. ELKS MEET IN THEATRE. Sunday afternoon at 4.30 the C.B. P.O.K. were called in special session to consider important matters, and, as 'they could not meet in their own' hull Mr. A. E. Moms very kindly placed the Eureka at their disposal. After th? business session was over cigars were produced, and Brother Morris introduced Prof. Tremblay. violinist., and a pia-uist, who enter- taiiK-d tlii- members present for a ctmsnderable time with- sweet music, making the meeting one to be re- aienibered with pleasure. agcrut'iu of this pretty play- house arc to congratulated in tluvir endeavor? to meet the needs of the publics and the Elks are especial- ly thankful to them for the cour- tesies extended. The Elks have a nice membership in this city, and are taking in member'; at the next .session, making a quiet, steady growth, and one of they are. justly proud. REAL ESTATE T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver Block. Phone 287. 2 LOTS McKILLOP Ellison Mill, 2 LOTS ON Wood St. close in: ADDN., NEAR 3 LOTS ON WESTMINSTER CLOSE to school, 1 ACRE LOT CORNER OF McBETH Bailey St.. mile from school, ACRE OPPOSITE THE LAST 6 ROOMED HOUSE ON TORRANCE Ave., Cash and per month until paid for. Rents for per month. GREAT BANKRUPT SALE Of Dry Goods for Ten Days Only Everything to be sold regardless of cost, consisting of Ladies'Skirts, Coats. Shirf Waists, Gloves, Corsets, Em- broidery, Lace, Ribbons, Veilings, Chiffon. Dress Goods, Children's Dresses, Hose, etc. For the Hats at half price. PLACE OF NewBlocK Opposite Lyceum Round Street cor- Dufferin our our ratepaj'ers by the i SHORT COURSE IN AGRICULTURE Provincial Department of Agriculture Will Provide School at Lacombe. of Instruction While you are, interested in _our stock of Christmas goods in silks, Japanese ware and toys, don't forget that otir CAFE affords the best in the eating line Chow Sam Co. AT AU. HOURS Edmonton, Jan. view of the fact- that there is no agricultural col- lege in the province at present, and in view of the further fact that there are several men within the province who desire to undertake special work in agriculture, the Provincial De- partment oi Agriculture will establish a short coui-.se in agriculture at La- conibe, extending over a period of two weeks, from March 1st to March 13th inclusive. The stock which will be used ia the travelling school will THE: East nd Restaurant Board and Room per Week Regular Meals 25c Short Orders at all Hours Also Feed Stable Corner Ford Street and Westminster Rd. be transferred to Lacombe for use! there. Several of the exhibition! buildings will be used rooms! and some of the stock will be stalled! in the experimental farm buildings! adjoining. The agricultural societies and ex- hibition associations of the pro- vince will be asked to appoint two -men each to attend this course. Itj is expected that fully one hundred students and probably more will be in attendance. Hon. W. T. Fiolay, Minister of Agriculture, has intimat- ed that the interest taken in this short course of instruction will go a long way towards determining how long--it will be before the Province of Alberta will have an agricultural college of its-own. At present there i an; several sons and daughters of Al- i berta farmers who are studying in agricultural colleges in the East. The department pays their railway, fare and the non-residential tuition fee. The subjects to be discussed at the short course school are as follows: 1. Livestock. aJudging, bHistory of Woods, cStock Breeding, dFeed- in.ir. Care and Management. 2. General Agriculture. aCrops, bGrain Judging, cSoil Cultivation, dStudies in Weeds. 3. Dairying. 4. Poultry. 5. Forestry. 6. Veterinary Work. 7. Horticulture. The tutorial staff will be composed of the following well known agricul- M. MacRae, W. C- McKillican, Calgary; H. R. Mc- Millan, Ottawa; G. H. Hutton, .La- combe; Duncan Anderson, Ottawa L. H. Newman, Ottawa; T. B. Hen- derson, Dcpt.; H. A. Craig, Dept.; W. H. Fan-field, Lethbridge Experi- mental Farm. Lyceum Theatre Two Nights starting WEDNESDAY, Jan. 20 Mr. W. L. STEWART Presents THE STODDART STOCK COMPANY The Best Dramatic and Vaudeville Company Playing Canada Producing Plays of the Better Kind OPENING PLAY THE CHRISTIAN Beautiful Vaudeville Costumes Special Scenery Advanced Vaudeville Between Acts THE THURSDAY NIGHT Prices--? 1, ?5c and 50c Swti m M Sile it tte Lynn In Offite ;