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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta .�iiV'f'i.V.-^-i^.i "THE STOME OF OUAtmf.'' GEM JARS HALF-GALLONS, QUARTS. PINTS AND HALFP1NT8 OR PRESERVING Nelson (8h Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBRIDGE CmrOFLETIMNE. Take Your Choice r and j'ou will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to clioose from. Our Hams and Bacon are noted for tlieir fine flavor. Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 9m AT THE CLUB or at home, our bottled goods are the best beverages. Our crentn and lemon soda, ginger ale, root beer, mineral and carbonated waters are all pure and wholesome. They please the palate, quench the thirst, aid digestion and promote health. Our bottling preserves the life, sparkle and elfervescence. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. rOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETH6R1DGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc.,''alway� on hand. We can guarantee you complete satisfaction. LetbMii) SuddlerF k (Successors to Horner S'. Hutchinson) Ntticc tr Local linprtYCMcti. Xotice is hercl>y given that in pursuance of a resolution passed in Ooiincil on the Seventeenth day ot June, 1907. the Council ot the City of Lethbridge intends to construct the following work as a liocal Im -provomont. viz.. The laying of 1 CEMKNT WALK. Twelve Feet Wide. On side of Round from Redpath to UulTerin. On south of Redpath from Round to OI>n. Eight Feet Wide. On north of Reflpath from Union Bnnlc to lane BIk. 18. On south of Ford from lane Rlk. 18 to Smith'. On south of Raroness from Round to Unit. Five Feet Wide. On west of Hertlett from Redpath to Uompas. On east ot Rartlctt from Redpath to Dufferin. On south of Rompas from Bartlett to Ashniead, On north �f Bonipas from Bartlet 800 feet easterly. On north of Argyle fromi Bartlett 800 feet easterly. On south of Courtland from Burdeit to Cutbill. On of Coutts from Redpath to Ford. On east of Crabh from Bompaa 250 feet .south. On enst ot Crabb from Bompas 200 feet north. On north of Bompas from Crabb 150 feet easterly. On north of Bompas from Smith to Wood. ri. SEWERf Eight Inch Pipe-On Ashmead from DufTerin to Court-land. On Bompas from Round to Oalt. On Redpath from Ashniead to point 21 r. feat west of Westminster Rd. On Bartlett from Redpath 175 feet south. On Dunferin from Westminster to Ernest. On Westminster from Bompas to Bed path. On Coutts from Bompas to Redpath. And all persons concerned are hereby notified that unless the majority of the owners ot the lafld.'s to )>e at-focted representing at least one-half of the value thereof, petition the Council against the same within ten days after the last publication oi this notice, which will be on the Fourth day ot .luly 1907, such work will be proceeded with and the cost thei^ot as.sessefl against the property aO't'cted as provided by the;'b.v-tew in that Ijehaif. I'rtted this 20ih day ot June, AD. 1907. O. W. ROBINSOX, Secretary-Treaeurer. 20-27-4. TcRs Ms SMf. Pat. Burns �;�Micerning whose methods so much has been said duting the invest, nation by the beef commission was oo ,thc stand at Cal-g��".V. He said that he had never cxper -ienced any difficulty in getting all the cattle he reer head on a bunch of beof. Then bo had shipped them to the British mor-ket 'instead ot selling 'tu a Canadian buyor, and had receivwl a price in England away below what he was offered before shipment. He g�tve a detailed account of howi the shrinvage feature is worke (ler ccn-t shrinkage is taken off.. This, Mr. Burns stated, || a free country, and any man is n�t ixMind to do business with V. Burns and Co., but he said that muny times he had overpaid tor the cattle he bought according to the market prices, and thought that last winter alone he had overpaid �150,000. He, had never squeezed any man and would not do it. This was a free country and he was running his own business. He remarked for some reason or other there is a tendency in western Canada tor the people to knock P. Bums, the C.P.R., and Goidon, Iron sides and Fares. "We throe have made this country' he said, "and it is a pity there are not more Pat Bums' and Ironsides, in. this country. Why, if I clc�ed down tomorrow, in ten days the people ot this country would be starving." ' When asked by one ofthe coram is  sion if no man would take his place Mr. Burns aajd, "not much.j' CATTLE DIPPING. the Bofcl Jtrlington FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLS WATER RATES ,$I.SO A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA g)r9f|rrrr(i)(i(i)�ii)S>(i)ove mentioned area. Copies of the poster in question will ld as Publ,ic Administrator. It has in the past l>een the custom ot the Government to appoint a private person to act as public administrator in each Judicial District throughout the province. At the last session of the logislature, however, a change was nuadc by which a Trust Company may \ie appointed in this caimci'ty and the first appointment under this amendment has iust been made by the appointment of the Trusts and Guarantee Company Limited ot Calgary, as Public Adminis -trator for the Lethbridge Judicial District. The appointment is highly satis -factory to the legal, profession awl is, sure to meet with tho a|H>roval of the general public as the chief pert ot the company's buisness Is to act as Executor under wills, Adminis -trator ot Estates of persons dying without wills, Guardian ot the estates ot minor children and as trustee or agen-t in any trust capacity. tile company also conducts nu agency for the collection of accounts rents and payments under agreement of any kind and for the general, mnn-� fixed by th� Judge. The manager of the ccmpany is Mr. A. O. Ross, vvlio has had ntany years experience in Trust Comi>any wdrk in the east. 9r, HOITRS COAST TO COAST. The new Canadian Pacific transcontinental triweekly train service between Vancouver and "Montreal, which will go into effect on July 1, will be about half a day faster than an.y possible service across the continent by any railway in the United States. It will also lie the fastest train in the world, covering an equal distance. 1'iiQ fastest Aniieric'ari trains leaving New York for Son Francisco, Portland or Seattle, take from ninety-seven to one hundred hours to nuike the run, while thenew "Trans-Canada Limited," as the triweekly train will be known, willrush ipassengers from Vancouver to Mon-ilreal in eighty-five hours, approximately fifteen hours taster than any train on any railroad in the United 3tates covers a .'slm-ilnr distance. fibc Mit^th m4 Pttneh CketterieUl OvenMato tor  �� ;--��� � ' TinSIfMni Santy. ' ^ Wondrous Kave been tKe changes wrought hy Semi-ready tailoring in the art o{ men's dress. 9 Qotbca arc made from the finest Takrics, and brought to the trying-on atagei #herc they can be finished to measure in a {ew hours. f ^ The Physique Type System of Cutting and Designing makes it possible ta; fit every figure of man perfectly-whether he be tall'and slim, or short aad stout,, or of any other of the distinct types. : ^ ^ No man can doubt the fitting quality of the system when once be sees ii and gives it a moment's thought, while every man can forejudge the suitability: dfthe^^^^ fabric to his own individual taste and expression. Semi-rcady Chesterfield Overcoats, all silk-faced, $25.00. SeiBi*reildy Suits, for business wear and social functions, as big., an C30 and as Ibiji^as $18; The "Signet of Surety " and price plainly sewn on inside pdckct of every Senu'reiidy plwting the o.vtension of its long distance lino from Nanton to MacKeod. Another gang' in can - .stiiicting this f.vchangc plant �t I.elhbi'idgv, und as soon us this s iviimplotwl ihe long distance line from Macleod to Lothhridge will 'he undoi-taUon. Within a few weeks the Bell Company will have n long diataiM)* servico from ICdnionton to CardHloa. OUiei- important lines are to he btiHt The Oiilt rhistles which, tean^ eludes many old Tnternatioi^ttl; j ers dcfcmiod thu Maple Leafs , Thutmtay last hv a acore'2^t:s>' ;