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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA.. TUESDAY, JUNE 8, IMf. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HKAD tfFFICE. TORONTO ESTABLISHED 1MT 1. WALTJE, Pmideut LAISD, Manager Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES The new Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Bank are a most convenient in which to carry money when travelling'. They are issued in denomioaltooj at and and the exact amount payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden arid Switzerland is stated on the face of each cheque, while in other countries they are payable at current rates. The cheques and all information regarding' may be obtained at even1 office rf the "Bank. 13IA Lethbridge Branch C. G. Oourse, Manager! DEALT WITH Everything She Ate A LOT OF THINGS At Council Meeting Las Night MIMED A BURDEN TO CARRY. HAP STOMACH TROUBLE FOUB YEARS. OUR LETTER BOX. I Aid. King Makes Protest WORK FOR THE SANITARY INSPECTOR l.ethbrid-e. -hme 7, The Editor, Daily Herald Deal' Sir a resident of DuiT Addition. I write on of the other residents in this ask whar cur health inspector is do- in-r u-ji.-n he- allow? all toe hor- ses to lay- and away in ihe coukvs in this "ocality. H he to iho coulee Crubb street There was a compiuiiu made by Un- ity council last nichi that the ;ip- >er. floors of ihe now fire hall are iraciically without .'ire protection, as h-.1 water i-nters a larger pi; e from ioc.ility to'a smaller one. Aid. ihouglii; the should iu- up" about the fact '.hat already over ST'.'O has been spent on repairs to the new water that is parallel with ;iimin. The council thought he will run in'o one of pipe would have Ixvn Council lit.-id night in new and nore pleasant environment, which ni.-iv fitting K> a "city" council than that which it lias formerly had. All the v.vtv the exoepti-'ti Aid. is "ut of tlu. city. A through, !ii-ws .put up. a rather viir- he unable to get 'in water into his house ter Engineer Ar- that applications it! the order in which received and that the work by the slow del i very to city, thus making r'.sati.-.actory to the city as ratepayers. Smith had Mr yoor food has not digeated, your body not received the benefit it should. Tho exertions of the gastric juice confined entirely to removing the unmasticaUd undigested por- j tioas of food which they properly digest speedily posaible from tho body, I thereby ouly giving tho blood a smajl per- ceutage of nourishment with which to feed I tho tissues. Burdock Blood Bitters regu- j lates the bowels, promoteji perfect digesrtou, makes pure blood, tones the wtomach. and thus restores perfect health and strength to the debilitated system. Mrs. D. A. Francisco, Rossland, B.C., writes: "I was suffering from stomach trouble of the worst kind for about four years. Everything I ate seemed a burden I to carrv. I "always arose in the morning with a "sickening and feverish taste in in v 1 mouth and was ?bo troubled with swel- lingg in my feet> which my phy- sician said was due to the disordered state of mv stomaoh. I tried everything that was purchasable, and also consulted two or three physicians, but could iind no relief until one of my neighbors told me of x wonderful cure by Burdock Bloud Bitters. I used altogether ten bottles and am now perfectly cured, I wish to recommend B.B.B. to anyone who may so unfortun- ate AS I was." For by all dealers. hunch of seven or ei_lr, then further 'Ak on are inure, and in fact ail ro'ind ihe.--e a stranger would place r a. nuisance ground. I aui at a loss to Know- how they caai" th'-r.-. As iliis place is rapidly up tho dry should send immediately to have these animals buried, ana the health inspector to watch that no more are deposited there. Summer '--cine here it rr.aivcs it dangerous to health to have these animals decaj'inz away there, so close to residential pro- perty, so I take the liberty 01 writ- ing and using your valuable paper as a means of getting at the oif.cial whose duty it is to watch and e-dy such evils. Trusting- have to kick airain. Yours. King predict'.-d ifaar on account y fielay the of putting in the stein in the North Ward what it sho .imi that a couplo of uu-n would b killed l.v ity Coal Mine Turns Out men Is tne p: corps. Tiit- iiTuni riie advice of i's i.-gality. Honk Jaid. ar.ru me :u asked have j sen-.: tlie Ohizt: ley were pec in July ;o er.: m-.-th-xls j r-ti-'ii. He stated livery j of the local was subject solicitor as to OPPOSED LEASING OF THE MARKET Aldermen Explain Their Position on Important Matter Aid. King, on behalf of tho Market Committee, presented a report to the eiay council last night. Tlie report recommended that the Works and Property Committee be charged ten dollars per month for use of market for storage of hay and oats, that elec- tric light department be charged per month for use of market and shack. Further the report said: "That the scales be run independ- ent of the market; that a man be put in charge of sanw June Jst fr m the Stores Department, with a call bell arrangement. With the probable i inc-me from the scales can added to above charges making a 1 yearly income cf about IT fur-J ther recommends tlun at a later date the scale man be partly employed by tlie Works and Property commit- tee as horse keeper, and purely by market committee thereby reducing of running scales. That Frank bo called upon to resign May 31st. 1009 and! Every Farmer Needs this Book Write for the booklet Paints and Varnishes for. the Farm." It's free. It con tains JJ 5 pages of information on Paint and Varnishes specially made for farm use. It shows convincingly in dollars and cents how yoa are losing money if your house or barn is tmpainted or poorly painted. It tells how to make a. wagon last for 20 years. It's a, practical book for the man that lives on the farm. Ifs well printed and illustrated. There's no easier way to make money than fo save it, and for the farmer there's no surer way to-save it, than to use GOOD PAINT TO PROTECT HIS BUILDINGS, IMPLEX MENTS, ETC, FROM THE WEATHER. You. can buy good paint from every Sherwin-Williams Agency. Baiter write fo? this booklet post card will da PMIMTSMND VARNISHES Msde in Canada TtXSiitfffiN-MutAHSCQ. Montreal.TorontaWmniose j JUDGE COMMENTS ON BARCLAY CASE "That the Councij let the market on! Influenced d and in a strong a grant of i to Winni-j cii: r a band put j June -__In it_ report o{ up by tender and a fixed cliar.ce be j the Barclay case the Albertan said: made by this Council tf> the amount tlie conclusion of the procedhigs charges to he nude by the person n !vii! tlu- market from the There was a .'good deal of best method of running tiie market. Aid. strongly op- the leasing proposition, as also did Aid. Oliver. It was the opinion that the market should be a place where produce could be bought ami sold ;md that it ought to pay run-j Board expenses. Nothing definite was i done. already ta T scribed ?50fl and would be sent. work i'f the s aiming at. As that it would the city 'ver to :h wori' .nw ivsult of the city's vent lire to i wnlk> nr.- laid. Kngineer Arnold J ment for the prospect a. coal mine 'bus been more stai-d that on the advice of the C-.-tm-1 do-.vn. favorable than VMS at rii-st expected. oil n-t new planks wen- to be laid. T. Kakin ,and the property be ac.nnred. ]nu ont..s to the -uilyiii? in--mb.-r-d with a Scott reported at last night's i districts when replaced by Cnni-'-nt. i liability meeting of the city council that the Mr. Smitii thoudir there would A. E. sen: contract to push the drifc.two hun-; w.-iys be a bi? rlemand for old sid-! tiie V-nu- matter :on IX SO.MERVrLLE. Puff Addition. dre-d feel would be finished at the en; 1 of June and that the seam was uni- torni and quality of the coal good, although it questionable1 if the i referred askea penms- :u -n :he square or -viding amuse- j He w-.vs turned asked to be iian- of tlie city's j i letter regarding Mr. Barclay went up and sympathiz- ed with his wife. who completely broke down and had to be assisted tlie court The order given by Judge Beck- states that- the father shall have the custody of the child, but that the nvfher s'nall have access to it once eacli day if she so desires, but she Tiuist not be accompanied by either her fat ho r or mother, who are not o have access to the infant or be ____________ allowed to interfere in any respect. Mr. Barclay was seen alter the nant at not bein I P. Roy LECTR1CAL OFFICE: Room 3, Oft Block Phone ISO allowed to testify brought up from Magrath and made an unsuccessful plea for NEWFOUNDLAND'S GOVERNOR (had been finished, and he expressed j after beinj London, June 'S. The appointment his determination of obtaining redress of Sir R, C. Williams as governor of j the members of the mob who i Newfoundland has been gazetted. Iliad ill-treated him at Magrath CQSts' which were. disallowed. _ j he first went to get possession I Commenting on the action of Bar- MISS H. A- DEMPSEY A.T.C.M.-j- j tlie baby. He also stated that he flay in going to IMagrath and taking Bachelor of Music (Trin Univ.) bore no ill-will to cither his wife or the child away from the mother. w a 1-tl JudgeBeck stated that he had a per- MARRIAGE OF DR. McNALLY (.Toronto Saturday Night.'i Tlie marriage of A daughter of Mr. William Hillis of Sntf-n West, and Dr. Alfred McXally. of Lethbridge, was celebrated on Wed- jtop bench could be mined to advan- I tage. The expense to date is away i under the amount set apart, viz.: The council decided -to call for ten- for 3. mattr-r I city's in.mr.'.nce h _ bridge' Conservator" of Music. Pu- no complete reconciliation had i feet right to do so as the father 01 pi Is prepared for all examinations, i been effected, and the parent? of Mrs. the child. He also, intimated that he For terms address Lethbridge Con- {.Barcbv were still her to re-! thought the mother was too easilv servatory or Music, or residence. cor A.rbyle Yve and Bartlett St' turn Wlt" morning, i influence to be given control ,01 the Phone 244. The parents were also very indig- baby. Caledonian SOCK-TV asked for'th.- use of. the. square for Dominion the by-law i Day sports. The request was granted, ivlating to plunii-ing. They were The that a donation or (informed that they will be welcome j samei trophy for the Marathon was not at any regular meeting. si'de _ .1., i-, sidewalk, will be laid Sfnith i old Sibbald family church, .-u o'clock. The bride has been for years organist in thi? churcii. Dr Mrs. McXaEy have gone to the S for their Jaoneyir in Letbbridge, Alberta. iVv'- tioris. i.hut the property with ih, reouest ior the cricket, club. council was asked to put up i Jl ter'm fv'r the tu- or war but th" reet- to the city market. The date of the Couit of Revision Adams asked for a The engineer will be asked to drift. a plan and prepare estimates for and will reside jCOal at lhe an.d Tracks tf) the power house. band and explained that the instru- SNAP in fire -drill in the North TO b While it -lasts we offer ROBERTSON AND MARTIN'S Senour Paints Half-Pint 25c. reduced to 15c. or 2 for 25c. One Pint 40c. 20c. or 2 for 35c. One Quart 60c. 30c. or 2 for 50c. Half-Gal. 60c. or 2 for use 01 rant 3100 in aid of tlie Salvation Army _ The Works and Property Commit-, tee were authorized to purchase fur-1 nhure for the council chamber. In connection with ibis a letter was re- i ceived fr-.-ni a Winnipeg firm. j The agreement with Baichelor, -Mar-1 shall Skarin, re the laying of ce-! ment sidewalks and the bond will be signed and sealed. Chief Gillespie reported regarding j the death of a horse in a ditch on' the river that no negligence! was shown the part of any city' official and the bylaw relating tfi animals br-ing allowed to roam the streets had been broken. The j matter was referred to the solicitor. I Henry Dnwson will be retained is j caretaker of the offices of the hall at per month, it being ctood that tenders will be called ror later. The-.Alberta Drug-and Book pany wrote asking permission to j an electric sign over the sidewalk, i as upright sign {by the- balcony of the Balmoral Ho j tel. The request could not he grant- led, being against the by-law. The Henderson Directories for a grant of 350 and explained that a good write up of the city was be- imr prepared and. that six copies j ould be given to the city. The j 'iincil thought the grant warranted d made it. The report ,of the chief of police j as approved. A vote of thanks w-is j >assed to Supt. Wilson and 'West of the E. N. W. M. Police ?or their co-operation with the city po-1 lice force and for courtesies extended I when the1 city had. no cell accommo- dation. Tenders will be called for to move the' frame fire hall to the Job Department Headquarters for Office Stationery of all kinds MONEY FOR ALBERTA DEVELOPMENT London, June Southern Al-j berta Land Company will shortly in- j vite subscription for two hundred j thousand pounds sterling at five per cent, debentures. YR PHONE 75 OS. P. O. BOX 27 T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver Block. Phone WI. HOUSE AND lots on Coutts near London Rd. Price 51100 ash. 40 ACRES TO LEASE IN 5 OR 10 acre tracts. 40 ACRES FOR SALE IN 5 OR 10 acre tracts. Close to Lethbridge, 10 ACRES IN NORTH- WARD- Good house, to lease on easy terms. Letter Heads Bill Heads Statements Envelopes Fully Equipped in All Branches of the Trade Expert Mechanics and the Latest Machinery If you have not tried us for your work, let us turn you out a trial order Invitations Announcements Circulars Pamphlets Etc., etc. ;