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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGC DAILY HEKALP. MONDAY. JUNE 2t. II SADOWSKI The Gent's Furnisher, has decided to put on another of his Clearance Sales, because he NEEDS BUNUQHT ____ ____ __ Provincial money. All the in stock since his strictly high-class. goods liave been placed fast sale and the stock is You will find that a little MONEY will co a long way at this sale. Former sales have" shown the public that our sales are genuine. Get in early, for the prices are too good to make the goods last. THE SALE STARTS TO-DAY, it will pay to investigate. WILLIAM SADOWSKI Gents' Furnisher Beside Bank of Commerce (From The News) At the regular meeting of the city council on Momlay night a communi- cation was received froiu John T- Hall, publicity commissioner, as fol- lows': "Mr. W. E. Donnelly, Lisbon, Ohio, who lias been in the natural j pus business for a great number of, years and who controls the patents for the process of extracting gasolinft from natural yas, is desirous of hav- ing: a-, sample of thc gas shipped to the Felt Compressing Company, of Bradford. Pa., for the purpose of having a thorough chemical analysis of the same, and is also desirous of knowing if the city would supply him with f.o.b. in Bradford. Any ex- pense connected with the analysis will -be borne by him." Aid. Penhule explained that Mr. Donnelly possess- ed an invention whereby he expected to be able to extract three Secretary ALL OVEI THE WORLD thousands of housewives use Sunlight Soup in pref- erence to mny other, because It the more thoroughly, and at half the cost without Injury to or fabric. Follow directions. J- The report the provincial secre- tary of the year 1908, which was laid on "the table of the House by Hon. W. F. -Finlay at the last sitting of the Legislature has been printed and distributed throughout, the province. According to the report one hundred tuid companies have been incorporated under the companies or- dinance. These represent of capital. In addition to the iore- gbinjr, forty-three foreign companies hae become registered, representing capital to the extent of In each case the foregoing figures are sliirhtly les? than those for 1907, but when the universal financial string- ency, which I Henry Bros. Dye House S Winnipeg, Man. 1 SPECIALISTS IN CHEMICAL DRY CLEANING 277-9 Smith Street. 19301931 569. Ellice Ave. Provencher Ave. Phone 7372 Strictly high-class work at Winnipeg prices SPECIAL LOW EXPBESS BATES Allowed by Dominion and Canadian Express Companies Andreas I HENR BROS. YE HOUSE J Dept. C. 3. Winnipeg I Toilet Soap, if 'allonH per. of gasoline from a thousand, feet of mention this oa-I early part' of the year is taken into I consideration, the results are ftghly satisfactory. Some of the very iure- most English. American and Canad- TELEGRAPH1C BRIEFS commercial institutions have es- tablished agencies in the province dur- g-its. only depreciating the latter two j per cent, in so doing. If the experi- nu-nt proved a success it would un- i cloubtctliv tiM.'an a great deal tori jQjjn tut- Medicine' Hat. He moved that the j iQf thc Hotel Metropole and wide- that tjie very excellent opportunities commissioners be allowed to ex-j -a-----' penri an amount not exceeding one' ___ hundred dollars in securing a tank monia in his home in New. York, ami shipping gas to Bradford in ac- cordance with the request. Aid. Mor- row thought the matter turned over to the gas commissioners Ul, .for enquiry. Aid. Howson thought j K is reported part-j that are constantly in course of erec- j the experimenters should pay any ex-! uo nrhpr i reuses if they wanted to test the John Considlne, formerly proprie- jng Thf. year, which plainly indicates of the Hotel Metropole and wide- _ tiiat tne very excellent opportunities known among sporting and the- for .the employment of surplus atrical men. died of pleural pneu- Alberta are being general- nonia in his home in New. York. jiy recognized. The value of institu- The Exhibition Association-decided i tions of this nature to the province AM. Saturdaj. on noxt October 7 and j as a whole is-plainly apparent when shoul-d be, g dates for the first jnaugural j cognizance is taken of the great num- nmissioners! at Vancouver. i her of substantial business blocks is reported part-! that are constantly in course of erec- tornado vcsaerday. lion at Calgary, Edmonton and other Steel Range I wrecked by H. C. Cooper states that be now I has 60 acres plowed and rolled out jut the Alberta Government's I'amp- bell System Demonstration Farm. He expects to finish the 100 acres, for fatalities or serious injuries. Half a dozen houses and barns demolished but inmates took refuge in cellars. Justice Mathers re! eased James from custody at Winnipeg. James was committed for refusing to th June 33-After serv- whom the police charge with her murder was established today by cle-, fourteen ytar J tective Van Waener who returned murder m this city m 1893, or Mad e Washington armed with the or-j an actress in the Baggage of the tele-nram. Detective Van! Check" company, James B Gentry, Waier was compare admitted I a former actor walked oat of the East- wagner was r______ vncimvnor a free book wur Cardston, June week the j A. R. I. company are having their j NOW'S THE TIME tc station buildings and freight shed re- j -and to pay your i W. C. Smith and wife returned yes- terday from a month's visit. Mrs. Eead over our delicious list LCI Jium ti i Smith (nee }ttss Clara Sloan) has i OI- palate-ticklers and been attend inc college at .Logan dur- j ing the past winter. one happy. The two sons of Frank Fairbanks arrived in Cardston yesterday. They will assist in th? store for the pres- ent. George Keari met with an accident make Plenty of others (iout-of sight" for freshness and the-taste- T hat-lingers. on the 25th iast. While driving: plow team of F. W. Crismon the] the! Wagner was abk to compare-adxn.ttea a tonner- acw and ran away. Wr. Kearl was handwriting of the missing Chinaman em been thrown ,Von the plow and fractured with that of the telegram form and j man. Hw He was driven to Card- the similarity is marked. The detec- recommended bj i tire also found a number of persons; on June ,ho had seen Leon in were si, applications ,or by specM delivery At midnight at C.rdsto, su, W S offic? have been dil-; a deputy warden received the pardpr, month. Chinatown, but nothing has come j paratm. Rochon's Kandy Kitchen horses suddenly became unmanage- j Confectioners and Ice Cream Specialists RAYMOND NOTES Roy Special received and returned the same day by the Special attention to travellers' orders Give Us a Trial With Your Next Parcel TERMS STRICTLY CASH CHEAPEST Raymond, Juno Q. T? n? Spvillg are in town today on business. Mr. G. E. Matson leaves thi? afternoon for Warner. The social given under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid Society, Tuesday- evening at the Manse., was well at- tended. A pleasant evening was spent. Mis-- Thompson is making arrange- ments to leave tomorrow for her j home in Iroquis. Ont. Mis? Thomp- son has taught in Raymond for the past four years. She will not return to Southern Alberta this fall. Miss !Munro leave? tomorrow for her home in Calgary. Miss McKay will leave tomorrow for Okotoks whore she will visit rel- atives. Rev. J. J. Cameron will hold ser- vices in Stirling 11 a.m. and Sun- day afternoon al Japs' camp No. 5. find service? in the Pr-'sbytorian church at T.30 p.m. His topic will be j or Our Oun- itry." Prr.v i Thc Junior Hand busy niakincr i nrraniriMnont.- to -riv-1 a conc-'rt Juiv1 i 30. Part M the programme will br I original. Tw0 songs, composed Mrs. C. instrumontal. com-; posecl by Will O'Brien and "The Un- ion composed by Rev. J. J. Cameron. The programme will be; patriotic. The proceeds vill go to-: wards buying suits ior the Ivmd j Mr. Curtis leaves Saturday for Cardston where lie will preside at, the j Departmental examination. Miss Clark will spend a few days j with Mrs. Curtis before leavim: for Edmonton, where the remainder of her holidays will be spent. Miss "Vilda Matson is spending a few days in Warner, with her sister, Mrs. Irvine. Miss Blanche Collett was in from the ranch six mile? north of Ray- mond for a few Tine new elevator at. the depot is progressing very rapidly. When you're tired of cooking on these hot days, just re- member that the Alexandra serves delicious meals at popular prices. IPs a restful, cool, airy place to lunch dine points. Nothing could more clearly indicate the confidence reposed by _.....Eastern manufacturers and capitalists I "-enerallv in Alberta's future than T ftvvis 1 their readiness to assist as they are doing in her upbuilding in such a substantial iorm. Foreign Companies Ordinance In the report of last year some changes were foreshadowed in the for- eign companies ordinance whereby provision would be made for the reg- istration of companies whose objects were strictly of a commercial charac- ter by the payment of an annual reg- istration fee instead of the initial lees outlined in Schedule "A" of the or-_ dinance. This amendment was agreed to by the Legislature and as a result j some fifteen companies have been reg-j istered under this new provision. While the amendment has had the effect of lessening the revenue some- what for the year, it is generally feltj that the province will benefit by the change in the end. During the years several creamery companies have been incorporated un- der The. Dairymen's Act., as also have a number of cemetery companies filed the required declarations under the provisions of The Cemetery Ordin- ance. Statement of Revenue! The following is a statement of the departmental revenue for the year, showing the sources from which it has been obtained: Auctioneers' Licenses 820.00 Pedlar's licenses 500.00 Marriage licenss Automobile licenses 137.50 Certificates under Prov. Seal 98.00 Companies................ Foreign companies 10.130.62 Incorporation fees under Chap. 22, 1907 9.50 Incorporation ..fees ...under Chap. 22, 1908 (Sc. 10.00 Incorporation ..fees ..under Chap. 43, 1907 (Sc. 10.00 Registration fees under Chap. 5, 1907 (Sc. 10) 2.00 Gazette fees................ 930.00! Ut funds 11.30, some- If you purchase a Koqtenay without the reservoir and decide later that th.e reservpir is a real necessity, why, just order it and attach it yourself. It's easily done. Merely i remove the screws. _ and take off the plate marked "REMOVE FOB RESER- VOIR." (see top which provides an opening for the hot air to come through and circxilate under the reser- voir. Then attach, by means of screws, the reservoir and the flue box shown in low- er illustration A screwdriver is the only tool required. or N. H. Murray Prop. Montreal, Wliwlpei. Vwictuvw, frit Koottnay booklet on requert. LETHBRIDGE AGENTS Stafford-Agnew Co. If you live out of town write xis.1' Total The departmental expenditure for the year. 1908. including salaries amounted to S4.983.74. The amount voted at the last session of the Legis- lature was There is there- fore an unexpected balance to the credit of the department of The receipts exceeded, the expendi- ture by which amount has been deputed in the general revenue fund of thft province. Business Statistics The following is the number of pro- BOARDS OF CONCIUAj'fON AP- POINTED on Two Railroads Ottawa, June important boards of conciliation and investiga- tion under the Lemieux Act are an- nounced by the Labor Department.- One is to deal with the applica- ti-ti o fthe Grand Trunk Pacific cp- er.-tives in the West, including fll traJ-Jimen, engineers, firemen, con- ductors, etc., numbering in all sev- era1 hundred, for a board t0 repo-t ai ti-> a new schedule of wages as to conditions and hours of work, thf following have been appointed: R. F. Sutherland, M. P., chair- basis pay and laoor conditions on tilt new Transcontinental line.; The other board is to deal with the liications uf the maintenance ofvway men on the Canadian 'North-jrn. in' thc- West., for a board to consider all questions in dispute with the com- pany 'respecting -wages; lowing have been appointed: Chair- man, County Judge" Meyers, Winni- peg; W. J, Christie, resenting the company and J. Gi O'- Donoghue, representing the men. .lilt HJllVVVing AS XE--I1- clamations, commissions, certificates, i man, F. H. McGuigan, of Toronto ..IS RAILWAY Excursion Rates i.y.p.e. SEATTLE To New Westminister, Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle. LIMIT 60 DAYS Tickets on sale daily, May 29th to Sept. 30th. Stopover Privileges. For further particulars apply to S. B. MITCHELL, Agent, Lothbridge J. E. PROCTOR, D. P. A.. Calgary etc., isued during the year: Procliimations Commission? appointing police magistrates Commissions to administer oriths within the province.. Commission.- to administer without th-.1 province.. to of '.mmis.sions t" public omininsion.- iirriairc nn- pointi-d of uic'Tporn.uon to joint stock companies Congregation? incorporated un- der Congregations Holdings Act Auctioneer licenses issued Pedlar license.--; issued Automobile licence? issued Marriasrt- licenses issued Cf-rtificaU-s unclor prov. son! Cemcterie? Creamerit-s incorporated n presenting the company, and T. 3.-! 0'Donoghiie, Toronto, representin i th men. 21 Messrs McGuigan and O'Donoghue I agreed on the Hon. Mr. tiie most suitable chairman jt'ii" board which will lay down. Mi 8' 124 47 G 29 43 49 '116 22 45 2.033 ?06 3 2 The Menu at The Uberts Restaurapt is as extensive as any in tue city. Open day and night. Everything in season. ONE RESULT OF CONFERENCE London. Eng., June Gra-1 phic says the Imperial Press Confer-1 one..1 has achieved something substan-j tial by persuading the Pacific Cable board to reduce rates. If this ex- amplf is by other cable com- panies, thc Conference will have fully justified its all too ephemeral exist- ence. We get Hazelwood's Ice Cream from Spokane daily. All flavors Restaurant open for short orders at all honrs Chow Sam Co. ;