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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEftALO, TUESDAY, JULY 8, IW9, PAGE FIVE r MOVING (PICTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, 1. Redman and Child 2. Edinburg 3. Intelligent Soldier SONG- You Took the Sunshine With You Mary Mine KEEP RECORDS OF BURIALS OF DEAD (Continued from Page Four) C. B. Bowman, the School Board, 'billed the council for for extra insurance on old Central school while it was occupied as a city lodging- house. Aid. King thought it was r lot of money to pay for a brief insurance. The bill was paid. __ Aid. King moved thut tho cots be sold. The mayor thought that, in view of the rush for the Parker shows and the Fair that the cots Ise kept. Aid. Oliver said there was plenty of room at the city stores de- partment. The motion was with- drawn. Chief Gillospie said that hlan'-ets were needed for the police cells and that these could be used as well as any. The council agreed in this. Police Report Chief G-illespie submitted his usual excellent monthly rc-pcrt. showing the number of crimes and the fines collected. He complained that doors and windows were left open, tills also with money in them. He advis- ed that a man be put on the force to patrol the residential district. Three boys are on probation and are doing well. The men are still working- twelve to sixteen hours a day, which is too much. He hoped soon to re able to put them on ten hour shifts. Aid. Hutton proposed postponing- The Simi Letta Trio The best triple bar act ever seen in the West CONTINUOUS PEKFOEMANGE action but Aid. Hatch and Adams thought that action should te taken at onco to relieve the force and there- by get more efficient service. Chief G-illespie explained where it was necessary. An. extra man would mean shorter. hours and give a sub- urban patrol, which would be on bicycles. Heinous crimes are nearly always committed in suburban parts because they are neglected. It gives three men too much to do at night, with one in the office all the time. Aid. Hatch and King thought that the man in North Ward should be mounted, to which the chief agreed. The chief was given permission to odd one more man to the force, mak- ing eight in all. Market Matters John Piggins applied for position as caretaker of the city horses. H. Smith wanted the job of look- ing after the city scales. They were referred to the markets committee. The mayor called attention to the fact that the market is neglected, tho .'windows are broken and the place 'overrun by children. Aid. King said I that a report had been, in for weeks But the whole council did not know what to do with it. The Markets Committee will take the matter up again. Hack Fees Left Over The report of Chief G-illespie re rates of hacks was received and' re- ferred to the 'icense and police com- mittee. The chief recommended the same tariff as in Calgary. The license Auction Sale of Gent's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, Watches, Clothing, Underwear, Etc. 9 AT WILSON'S HUCTION ROOMS JULY 7th, 8th and 9th from 7 to 10 o'clock p. m. W.L. WILSON, Auctioneer and police committee wiJL meet on Saturday to discuss this matter. Health Report 11 oil It h Officer VeU-r submitted tho report oi Sanitary Vul- lancc as submitted, to lum. Amytiji other matters the inspector mention- j ed that during the Past month had destroyed forty carcasses of animals that were in the coulees. One man hud 'dumped a carcass on the nui- sutice ground but the police hud com- pelled him to remove it and destroy it properly. At Pichu Mirron's slaughter, house ho had fount! cloven carcasses of hogs beskles some piles of bones and decomposed llesh. This was all 'draining- into the river above the water intake and he had in- structed the city solicitor to prose- cute the owners of the property. He reported regarding contagious dis- eases that there were few cases and the Isolation hospital was empty. He asked that he be given an office an-d a desk at the Isolation hospital where peopue would know where to find him. j The city engineer submitted plan oi government cable laying on Dufferin street. The council granted permis- sion to lay the conduits as they are doing. The cases of two men, McKenxie and who claim to have claims against the city for wrongful dis- missal from the waterworks force, were referred to the city solicitor after a good deal of Old Account Settled i The secretary-treasurer suggested j that the account of C. F. P. Cony- j b-eiire for putting in water muin to I his residence, should be repaid from revenue. The amount owing was S10-L01. Aid. Oliver thought that it should be paid and the rest agreed. It was so ordered. The secretary-treasurer asked that the amount of cash in the.till for current expenses be increased from 8200 to S500. It was ordered. Tho Board of Trade letter discoun- tenancing a grant to the Citizens' Band to enable them to go to Winni- peg was read and filed. Irrigate North Ward J. W. Boulton, who was present, asked the council to have the irriga- tion water turned on in the ditches in. the Xorth Ward and to bave the ditches extended on Duke, Rachel and other streets. He suggested too that as the cows were off streets that the council provide for the planting oi trees along the ditches next. year. The city engineer was asked by motion to investigate and where practicable to have the irrigation system, put in working order. Too Much Irrigation Aid. King inquired why the stand- pipe was overflowing again. It was explained by Aid. Oliver that there had been an accident at the power house by which one of the elbows broke. The power house had been flooded and only one force main, and one standpipe could be used. "When both are ,used there is no possibility of an overflow. Extend Fire Limits In his report Fire Chief Kroning spoke of the practice of gaso- line on premises and of the fact that the parties were now 'complying with the by-law. He asked that the coun- cil extend, the fire limits westward as too many shacks were being built close to the congested area. i ill IH Hi I-11 Fire and Proof Safe We have received the J agency for the Victor Safe and Lock Co., of Cincin- T nati, Ohio, the largest fire J ,3 proof safe manufacturers in the world If you are thinking of buying a safe or vault doer, it will pay you to get our prices and .terms, as we can save you money. Old safes taken m ex- change. iV.W.McGuiref 413, Ford St., Lethbridge Phone 401 Alta. 4-M M I I I111 I I I I 11 Ill-t linnnnn uapmmo Ornamented d Water Fiiterers 3 Gals. 4 Gals, 9.50 Hayr Bros, Phone 75 P. 0. Box 11 Daily Herald Placi you have anything tc sell or to rent place it in this column. if you want anythinx use this coiapo. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WHAT IS. THE GOOD-of putting i away things, that you can't use or wear such as cast off clothing, etc. I I pay cash for old clothing, shoes, hats, ?uns. pistols, all' kinds of mus- ical instruments, trunks and satchels. The Alberta Second Hand Store. Red- path St. Box 630. 150-26 For a first-class job in CLEANING AND DYEING- Ladies' or Gents' Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 353 SITUATIONS VACANT IF YOU WANT A LAWN FENCE- See A. Rochon, Crabb street, the Pajre j lawn wire fence man. 160-26 j WANTED TO of heavy horses about Ibs. with wagon and i Terms wanted. Apply to WANTED-Expen. male stenograph-1 er wanted at once. Box 0.. Herald I Baftist Church, Eedpath St. 1.2-6 Office. 154-0 WANTED TO easy first class blouse and terms, house or cottage, with 5 or 6 skirt irouers. Apply Lethbridge i rooms." Must be centrally located. Laundry Company. 164-0 Apply to R. H. Currie, City.' 173-1 giri for light house- work. Small family of three. W. D. Box 1381, Lethbridge. 169-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. salesman who understands clothing business. Apply to Box F., Herald office. 170-6 Daily Herald's Patterns Concessions for Carnival Week All persons wishing space on the square during carnival for legitimate business, apply to The Brown Amuse- ment Co., Ltd. No games of chance will be permit- ted. All Barnes are permissable that ihave no tinge of gambling. Get your requests in at Once. THE SHOWN AMUSEMENT CO., LTD., Office Round St.', opposite Lyiieunr Theatre. 170-3 When You Buy Fruit Lands Why not buy them there is the most money to be made otf them If you do, Creston District is the place. Our land is just as not need irrigation, climate can't be beat, and we are from 24 to 60 hours nearer the market-. that evidence enough that Creston District is the place to buy fruit lauds We have acres in one tract and we are sub-dividing it into ten-acre blocks, and our price is per acre, one- fifth down. one. two, three and four -years for the balance, with interest at The 0. P. E. runs through this land. Canyon City Lumber Company, Ltd, Creston, B.C. Coal Best LUMP on the market DELIVERED or at mine Good cleau Nut a ton delivered or SI at mine Ail coal sold Address postcard to NEW BARNES MINE Royal View Prompt delivery guaranteed 2944 j LADIES SHIRTWAIST Paris Pattern No. 2944 All Dutch necks in both square and round outline are very. popular this summer and are seen on the tailor- made as well as the more dressy shirt- waists. The model illustrated is made up in soft rose-colored linen, stitch- ed with white, and is extremely pret- ty, besides being very serviceable. Groups of narrow tucks distribute the fullness at the front and back, every other group being stitched to the waist line and the remainder to near- ly the bust line. The long, close-fitt- ing sleeves are also tucked and finish over the hand in a deep point. The neck is trimmed with-s. bias band of material, .and the' model closes at the centre of the back. The pattern is in 7 sizes, 32 to 44 inches, bust mea- sure. For 36 bust the waist requires 3 5-3 yards of material 20 inches wide, 3 yards 24 inches .wide, 2 yards 36 or 42 inches wide. Price of pattern 10 cents. Remit to Herald Pattern Department, Leth- bridge, Alta. for ice cream parlor. Apply The Good Co. 170-0 with to work on farm, wife to cook and keep house. Apply F. 8. Lanier, Lethbridge, Alta. 171-G good live energetic hus- tler who can and" will produce busi- ness, to write live stock insurance in, and around Lethbridge; good thing for right man. For fur- ther particulars, .apply British Ameri- can Live Stock Association, Vancou- ver, B. C. 171-6 well drill to get to work at once. Apply at The Alberta Se- curities, Limited, Coaldale Block. 172-0 'TWO YOUNG LADIES British and Colonial Photographic Co. Rooms 1 and 2; Oddfellow "Block. 72-6 FOR 1-2 x, 3 1-2 camera and j complete outfit, 'Write C. West- ley, c-o Herald office. dh i IFOR or Woman, my [South African Veteran Bounty Land Certificate issued by the Department of [the Interior, Ottawa; good for 320 acres oi any Dominion Land open for entry in Alberta, Saskatchewan or Manitoba. Any person over. 18 years, jman or woman, can acquire this land Uvith this certificate. For immediate isale, Write or wire, L. E. j.Telford, 131, Shuter Street, Toronto, j'Ontario. 165-26 I_________________________________ FOR immediate sale, 12 head of horses, weight about Ibs., one about Ibs. Apply to iPaul Audet, Phone 244, Cor. Argyle iAve. and Bartlett St. 1GS-G good reliable boy for delivery wagon, one who thordushly knows the town. Apply The Hick Hardware. 172-0 boy to 'drive de- j livery wagon. One who knows city thoroughly. H. McKillop 172-2 WEBER TOWNSHIP Neil McPhee and A. Stevens spent a few days at Lethbridge this week. L. McKinnon is building a fine res- idence on his homestead. The crops are looking fine in this district. The -land is being rapidly broken and .there has been plenty of moisture. ,FOR have acres of jhalf breed Indian scrip, by piece or i in block. Location guaranteed. Ap- Iply F. E. Mason Land Co. 168-6 :'FOR and a piano, i each. Apply afoer 17 p.m., corner 'Sompas St. and Westminster Rd. 71-6 FOR yoke of oxen, well broken, one 3 1-2 steel Moline wag- Ion gear, and one John Deere sulky 'breaking plow. Wagon and plow prac- tically new. All for cash. Ap- ply J. W. W., Herald. 171-6 good cake baker at once. Hygenic Bakery, North Ward. 173-3 on Monday inorn- ing at Mr. Downer's house, corner of Redpath and Westminster. Only first class men need apply. 72-1 OR horse double cylinder plow engine, complete. Nearly as good as new. .Apply to W. H. Pres- ton, New Dayton: 173-6 FOR 12-inch breaking plow, wooden beam, in first class Shape. Apply Hayr Transfer Stable, Redpath St. West. 172-6 SITUATIONS WANTED as traction en- gineer, 25 years experience on thresh- ing engines. Apply to D. C. Mc-Allis- ter, Pincher Creek 168-6 and wife want posi- on on farm. C. B. Puffer. Windsor otel. 170-6 TENDERS Tenders will be received until 6 o'clock p.m. Saturday, July 10th for the erection of a parsonage on the Westminster Church grounds, West- minster Road. Particulars may be had at any time from Rev. A. A. Ly- tle, Westminster Road, 1st dqor north of Pioneer Lumber Yard. Address tenders to Rev. A. A. Lytle, Box 1477, City. 171-6 by licensed en- j gineer. Would like to engage with 1 threshing outfit. Apply J. W. McKee, Bos 643, Lethbridge. 172-1 TO RENT. TO room, month Third occupied house south of Chinaman's gaiden, Urabb St. south. Apply 11-30 to 3.00 and 6.00 to 8.00 p. m. Mrs. Charles. 172-6 NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that any- one found trespassing on boulevards will be prosecuted according to amend- ment of By-law 10, Section 7. 172-6 CHIEF OF POLICE. OR shop in thriving town of Winnifred, where lots have been for sale the last two weeks. Will be vacated 18th of July. Person wh0 rents to supply tools. 1st come, 1st choice. P. J. De Marce, Winnifred, Alta 166-26 T. Jochem, of Warner, spent Sun- day with his family on the home- stead. TENDERS TENDERS gpill be received for re- freshment privileges both on train and picnic grounds at Brotherhood of Rail- road Trainmen's 2nd annual excursion July 22nd. Apply tc Hugh Cameron, Box 441, City. 172-6 To Homesteaders and others Auction Sale At Oxland Corral back of 410 Bompas St. on Friday next at p. m. Frank G. Wacldington instructed by Mr. Chenery will sell by Public Auction: WORK HARNESS also 14 INCH BREAKING PLOW Further entries for this sale invited and can be made to the auctioneer. 410 Round St. TELEPHONE 261- NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed., addressed to J. H. Fleetwood, chairman of the Board of Education, up to 6 o'clock p.m., of Tuesday the 26th day of July 1909, for the erection and completion of a four room addi- tion to the Westminster School, Leth- bridge, Alberta.' A certified cheque' to the amount of five per cent, of tender must accom- pany each tender, which will be for- feited if the-successful contractor fails to enter into contract with the Board. Tenders will be received separately for the heating and plumbing. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. The plans and specifications may be seen at the office of WM. T. WILLIATilS, Architect, Room 10. Whitney Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. 0 furnished room, uitable for two with private entrance, nd use of phone. Corner of West- inster and Rachel. Phone 92. 170-5 TO in McDonald Block, pply Manager A. Macdonold Co. 68-6 0 room. Ford St. Apply 171-6 TO house, close in, luntil Sept. 15. Apply 514 Glyn St., or iBox 203. 173-6 TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by Wm. Evans, secretary of the Magrath School, until 12 oclock, noon June 21, 1909 for the erection of an 8 room school building at Magrath, Alta. Separate tenders for plumbing and heating and ventilation. Plans and specifications may be ob- tained from the Secretary, Magrath, or from the undersigned at Leth- bridge, Room 9, Whitney Block. j F. B. ROLFSON, 153-25 Architect 0 suite Of two front offices immediate possession. Apply at Wm. A. Ott. 172-O LOST Granum, Alta., June 3rd. Two bay geldings each three years old, no brands, weight about both shod, had halters on. One light bay, .star in. forehead, little white on nose and white 'hind food. One dark bay, one white hind foot. Suitable 'reward. Notify post- master, Granum, Alta. 154-0 gold watch on Round St., between Higinbotham's drug store and Grayjs-hardware store. Finder leave at Herald office. 168-S homestead of John Dick, Esq., in Township 5, East 1-2 oi 33-5- 11. 1 bay horse branded lazy S on shoulder; 1 brown mare branded (S on near shoulder; 1 bay yearling colt with, rope on neck. reward will for information that will lead to recovery. 173-6 FOUND July 1st, a lady's parasol on Baroness Road. Owner can have same by "calling at Herald office. 70-0 Structural Iron .Worker's membership book, belonging to Wm. Foley. Owner can have saine at Her- ald office. 170-0 miles north Diamond City, July 2nd, one dark bay- horse, no brand, 10 years Old, weight one dark brown horse, white face, 3 years old, weight 950, brand Lazy P, left hip. Return to C. A. Johnson, Dia- mond City. Reward Alex Sif- fledeem, owner '172-8 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR new fully modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co.. Phone 225 121-0 FOR SALE OR roomed house, stable, hay shed, large chicken house on river bottom near new bridge. Best place in city for keeping cows, chickens or pigs. Price Rent per month. Easy terms. Also two-wheeled rig and set of harness. Apply H. Proctor, near the A. R. I. Shops. 165-0 FOR roomed house, cor. Crabfa and Ccurtland. new and strictly modern. Apply J. McDiar- strictly modern. Apply S. J. iMcDiar- BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND a strictly modern house, bath, etc., at 425 Bart- lett St. 172-6 ESTABLISHED IS54 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.........------ Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department LethbrHgc Branch- Block, Redpath St. i i AND modern. house. Apply 517 Crabb St. 173-2 j I DRESSMAKING i kinds of dross- j making uoiio after July 3rd. El- I'-nbauni. corner London Road ami Burdett. 170-6! _-------------------------------------j LOANS I i FARM Life i Insurance Company aro prepared to i i grant loans on farms on very reason-i terms. T. E. Patteson, Agent, j ERNEST nursery man and florist, of Banbury, Eng- land, seeks work "in garden. Mac- beth St., North Ward. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS WARNING j WARNING- TO THK {City Dye Work.-; will not be i isiblc t'or any work to our vions .s-ilich'ir, W. Borth, as ho i nf't in ;my with th" j Any person wno is tUe sole head oi a family, or any male over 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in coba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district; Entry by proxy may be made at any agency tdr of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader UIAJ live within nine miles of homu-- stead on a farm of at least 80 acrea solely owned and occupied by him oi by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre.empt quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must reside sis months in eaca of sis years from daie of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acre., extra. A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take A pur chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre% reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fiity acres and erect a house worth W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of the publication ;iit not bt; paid for. ;