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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta tITHlRIDQt, ALiENTA, TUESDAY, MARCH I, 1 MOVING .PlCt'URES. r ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE., 1. Great Jewel Robbery 2. Drunkards Will Drink 3. Lightbonie Keepers in 6 O N "When They're Bringing In the Corn" Prices I5c -and 26c. 1. The Musical Master Musicians 2. Atlantis Cmedy and Novelty Globe Jugglers 8. Champion Bag Puncher of the Canine World MORE OFHOALS WERE APPOINTED All Ladies Are cordially invited, to. inspect our display of hats at our Winery Opening THURSDAY, MARCH llth All shapes and colors shown C.- A. Cooksly .._-.. NEW HILL BLOCK City Council Names Sanitary and Electrical Inspectors The city council held a committee meeting fast night to consider some new outside appointments on the city's staff of officials. Some definite steps were taken which the council consider that if investigated by the roost conservative citizens will be ap- proved. After a lengthy discussion it was decided to eneaee a sanitary inspect- or to look after all fumijjatinjf, the cleaning of back yards, placing pla- cards, inspection of dairies, butcher shops, slaughter houses, scavenging, etc at a salary of pbr month. The Medical'. Health Officer wrote advising that the appointment be made. J. J. got the job Aid. Huttos Vallance of Winnipeg, couldn't understand what the Health Officer was to do and thought the department was not properly looked after. He thought jeople oujrht to be advised as to the Droper course of action in case of an epidemic of measles -suon as now pre- vails. The filthy condition .of back yards, was spoken.o'f and the in- spector will be expected to see that the citizens procure tins as receptac- es for refuse and also to see that ;hey are emptied. One alderman said that it looked as though the city paid WOMEN "Are You of modem wrilitttion evidenced in M incrcaw of nervous di's- orderi. It could not bt otherwise with the way drink, sleep, and kmpup t round of excitement The work, worry, the excitement, all tall upon the till they cry out in wrolt, aud will not till a remedy such MILBURN'S HEART AND NERVE PFLLS some tlong with their nerve-strengthening energising properties, and restore them to. their normal. condition. Mrs. Wm. Levi, Markdale, Ont., t had fur tl been troubled with norvousness, and, like many others, spent g oil. monev o-j medicine; that did me no 1 VTM so bid that the least noise CROSS GETS AFTER BENNETT Makes Hot Reply To Charge That He k a Corpor- ation Claresholm. a soa-th- insr speech, in which the disreputable election tactics: of certain classes 01 politicians were iully revealed. Attor- ney General Cross, at a public meet- ing, in Olaresholm this afternb.pn, gave -the lie to statements made by Pv.-B. Bennett some The remarJcs referred few ;-days'-.-aj5O> to were made by Mr. Bennett when delivering his first campaign speech in Calgary on Thursday last, and were to the effect that instead of-opposing taxation of their pioperty, the Canadian Pacific Hallway Jiad gone so far as to offer an. amount in excess ot what the KO- vernmeat received when they forced the railroad company to come to time and had tried by every means in their power to pay the "Ii 'is jjottinjr but a wilful and de- I say falsehood? (Loud cries of it tts right oame) well conceded the attor- ney general. '-I mean lie added, when the applause had died away. "It could hardly he a mistake on the-paxt Of Ml'- Beua6tt4" hu went -our -'aiid 1" think that before'this election is over he will have to retract those words. "Mr. Bennett, in public meeting in ,v palpably false and misleading state- ment. Mr. Bennett also stated that -I was a. solicitor of the Canadian Northern continued Mr. ;Cross. "This is another false statement. I am nbt I never was, and I never will be a solicitor for the Canadian It, is true that Iliave been associated with Mr. Short in the ai law .at Edmonton, and ;tlmt Mr. Short was .at one time agent in .Edmonton for the law firm of -Munten Allen. of Winnipejr, who are the solicitors for the .Canadian Northern. Mr. Short -was their acent before I went into' partnership "with" -him. but when the eovernment decided to enter into negotiation the Canadian Nor- thern with reference" to the guarantee. of bonds, I personally saw that the firm cut out all connections with th agents of the Canadian Northern, we have had. nothing to do with them or the railroad since that time." The above remarks were plentifully interspersed .'with salvoes of applause and at the conclusion of his speed one man tell a Health another man at a tell ano- ther at scavenger see that yards were kept clean. ...However it became clear to all that the. appointment was q necessity. Ci- tizens are -expected to place a tin in their yards for the reception of food wastes and box to contain old cans and other materials that hoes cannot eat. _ After vsome little consideration .it was found thai the appointment of a city electrician would be a paying proposition. This office is one that pays for itself. The official in charge "will read and test electric light me- ters, inspect the wiring: of new build- ings and .the At present metre, reading costs -.v-juld makeroe jump my heart would thump so you oould Lear it '-plainly .and I could not He on my left tide at night. I SiW a few testimonials of others aud de- cided to try Milburn's Heart and Nerve I'ilLs. and to my great joy and surprise' they completely cured me and it only took six boxes to do it. I have a 'neighbor, Mrs. Ricke.tt, and I induced her to try them and they effected a cure. J can endorse their use for anyone afflicted as I was." Price, cents a box, 3 boxes for at all or wailed direct on receipt of by. Tho Co., Limited, oronto.0ht- A complete Home- tleaders outfit for Includes Stove, Cook- ing and Tools Hay r Bros. General Hardware Phone 75 P.O. Box 27 Market Race It Mto tUs nlMM, II wuM iftt till 25c f far f I MItCCI-LAMIOUt FOft SALE. FOB SALE CHBAP-OW ing machitts, almost ocv taftou typewriter in good ordtr; Urge pboDOfMpb, witu about siaip records; fancy horn chair and two large recking chairs; typewriter daok. And other Articles. Cheap for Apply GUB. Kfeidig, Phone 398. for Huntsville School No. 1514, duties to commence 1st of April. Applications will be re, ceived till March 15th. 'State class of certificate and wages required. Ad- dress Thos. H. Wyman, Sec.-Treas., Iron Springs, Alta. 71-9 FQB double wagon, ly new with double box. Will sell cheap. First house east of Chamber Bros. Dairy, "North Ward. H. Byer. the Attorney G-eneral was loudly THE WORKMEN'S ACT STANDS In Spite of All Efforts It to Change That no change has been made in the Alberta Workmen's Compensation Act will be a matter of very consid- erable .gratification to the working classes. For a time it -seemed as hough the efforts of the manufactur- ;rs_ and coal operators would be at east partly successful. Had it not 3een for the firm stand taken by At- orney General Cross it is hard to prophesy might have Advantage "was taken, anything that could "be made to. do duty as an argument for opening up the Act. quoted me as that' Specious reasons were advanced with the Canadian Pacific'Railway refused object In view. It was even ser- to pay the taxes due tneir- lines. louslyv suggested- suggested that This is quite true, they did refuse to' People, as a whole, through the gov- pay them. Mi-. Bennett, however, jj should pay one- says that the real facts are that the inc larger sum Jabour stood tt ally than they were finally compelled Act the whole Ac{ and ootlling but to pay for taxation on tfceir lines. I the and the succeeded with am here to -say that no such state- ,the Of Mr. Cross in cilcum- ment ias ever" been seen by the eov- ventmg all efforts to effect a change, that the President of. By the time the Workmen's Cffimpen- Canadian Pacific never at any sation Act has been in operation-a time-offered-us a larger sum than are receivimfir, If, as-Mr. Ben- nett says "they are. the railway com- pany is wiiiinar to pay lines, let them send alonjr the cheese' for the amount duev "The jro- vernment would 'not reruse-idie money and on the .credulity ol the electors for Mr. Bennett to stand up in n" public meeting "and make such year ii is safe to say that conditions of industry wiii have so adaptejj them- selves -to it that no -future attack upon it need be feared." The session of the legislature that has just closed has in all human probability witnes- sed the last assault that will be made on tliis most advanced humanitarian legislature enactment that findfe a on the Alberta .statute books. WELL DRILLERS, CONTRACTORS, etc We Have in Stock-- Well Casing, 3 inch to 8 inch Iron Pipe Wire Rope Wire Nails Oils, Pipe and Steam Fittings Dynamite, Blasting Powder, Cajw and Fuse Get Our Prices Phone I7t WESTERN CANADA AGEN the a month and the., i Avenue last year .froin pluhibine inspector was over Out of a list .of-applicants of various ages, sizes, and qualifications; FV E. Garrett of Winnipeg was-Chos- en. The salary was previously, fixed at month. Several local men made application. From a previous study of the ques- tion, the 'majority "of the aldermen with the mayor, a great saving to the city if a storekeeper were appointed. All large-- firms' haye one and. such a man is- essential to businesslike 'methods.' The-mechani- cal superintendent -and -the engineer showed where such an appointment would be a good investment. For ex- ample from 10- to 15 per cent, is charjred on the wholesale price of ma- terials for waterworks and sewer sys- tems to cover the cost of the handling. At 'three per "cent 'on. this alone the amount bought last year would amount to This official is- supposed to look after all The City Dye Works are finding iro-od returns for. their ad. in the Leth- bridge Herald. Just the other day they received an order from Michel, B. others-. -from Stavely, Grammar Macleod, and Raymond, besides many enquiries from other places. The iferald has a larire circulation from Medicine Hat to Crantxrook to the In- ternational Boundary, and our adver- tisers 'get'the full benefit of-this. The other day gentleman inserted a want ad: An answer .arrived at the inside of an hour of- the city's supplies and -when can be purchased in quantities a saving of "from 25 to-50 per cent, can be expected, Therefore the council decided to ap- point a storekeeper arid. applications will be called for. It is probable that a part of the market building will used for the store house. The committee "markets will meet this week to reorffanize or inves- Do You Know Tiat you can get a lunch at the If it suits you tell others, if not, tell us. N. H. MURRAY Prop. Milk Cream Butter Eggs ALL FRESH AND PURE Delivered Daily Our'Motto- Cleanliness and Purity. Cox Son Ptae347 general vant, at once. Apply to Mrs. Bar- ford, 419 Burnett St. 82-0 man (baker) wish- es-situation in :city or "district town, will work at trade or in" any capacity. Apply Box 2, Herald Office. for general house work; -miist be competent and steady; wages per month to start with Call Mrs. C. R. -Carlson, 1204 Court- land. 68-0 HIGH CLASS tically new, for 6 roomed house, wUl be sold cheap for Box No. W. Herald Office. JM> FOE Good young Cl stallions and fiUies. Call or W. H. Harvie, Sunny Side Farm, Lethbridge. Btook 68-12 FOK Orpington erels. P. .H. Ashcroft, 508 Bompas St. 7M FOR second hand piano in good condition. Price bar- gain. Apply T. M., Box 454, Leth- bridge. 71-6 girl to_do light Rose, housework. Apply "Mrs. Jas. cor. Dufferin and Bartlett. 70-0 FOR equipment, two complete steam outfits and all kinds of farm equipment. Addreti Cannkngay Farm Co., :Cannanga'y P. 0., Alta. Sec. 31, Tp. 13, R. 23, W. 4- let contract for break iag and seeding of at least 200 acres on Sec. 30-11-21. D. J. Davies, Agt. Albion Ridge. experienced engineer, Apply at Lethbridge 73-6 recommendations, once .-'Sal-lee and Cecil, Hotel. WANTED AT to learn telephone operating. Apply in per. son to Mrs. Young, chief operator, at Ford-- St., between 2 .and 3 p.m.' 73-2 HOTEL FOR Baxter: Ho- tel and furnishings at MagrathV for sale. Fine business, -good terms. :'M- vin 0. Rich, Agt., Magrath. FOR fine team of matched geldings, also team of small mmreB. Inquire Alberta Realty Co., City. 63-0 Mr. Graham's Side Of Case tig-ate as to wBat should with the city market. be done MARIE HALL- The Famous Violiniste, Knox Church Wednesday, March SUNKEN SHIPS Raised by Japan and in Their Navy, Honolulu, March to despatches received froin the Tapaneses armoured1 cruiser and he protected cruiser Soya will arrive >ere April 1J. Both ships were-form- erly Russian vessels sent to the bot- om during the war with Japan and ifterwards raised and.; added to the ncvy. Grand Chinese Celebration a't the OPENING of Quong Sang's Restaurant N Tonight at Qo'clock ij" Lots of Fire Crackers and Fvft LOVERS. of Candy will find the best and purest here. We make all our own CANDIES and can guaranty tht born in- nucleus of an Austrn future. The opening dinner at the Fashion Cafe Will be served on Wednesday Evening Celebration ot opening of the tonight. QUONG SANG Proprietor 1st West-of Post Office Block Yesterday for thfa 'first "time'the Her aid managed to'raet a statement: from J. T: Graham, until recently the C.P. R. station affent here, as to the rea- sons for his dismissal from the 'office tn spite of the largely signed petitions sent 'in to: the company by the busi- ness'Tnen of "the city. -Mr. Graham received several 'communications trom officials over "him saying tiiat he would have to put: Tip the sum of to cover the amount that was stolen, from the company's safe one night last summer. He re- "fused absolutely to do any such Supt. Mahare then went back" to Medicine Hat and the next -aline Mr. "Graham Ijnew the office was '.'bulletined." The rbusihess men. sent in petitions in Mri' G.raham's behalf ;but the ;com- pany paid no attention to them. Al- though they had said, that -thsre jwas other complaint against Graham, now -were thrown. out conveying -the idea -that" they .had not been satisfied with the way things were run in the office while- he was in choree. Graham, asked; for a fultrinvestiga1 company did not even Acfcnowledfre, his application. Although naturally diffident in al- lowing the matter to; .be made public again, Mr. -Graham that it is due his friends in the city that he ai- low this statement to be made put lie, He as well as the ereneral public in Lethbridjft feels disappointed "that the companv in the interests SITUATION WANTED. once, dressmaking by the day. Experienced in all lines of lakes' clothes. Apply to Miss M; J. Schmitz, Gity. man desires posi- tion on a mixedj-firm. Understands all kinds of stock, "milkiBg and gard- ening. Apply to J. Savage. Leth- bridge P. 0. 74-1 TO RENT. of work horses, har- ness, wagon and plow; separate or together, for cash. Box U, Herald. 73-6 TO well furnished rooms, in a new modern house, suit- able for two gentlemen or a couple .-without familv. Enquire the Herald Office. 73-6 TO to. rent in North Ward. St.. Close in. Apply 74 Dufferin 70-6 TO roomed house just north of track. Apply between 4. and p. 10. at 53 Argyle-Ave. 61-0 did not have a thorough tion at the time -the money was lost so as to place blame Visji-e lonjjs. LOST AND FOUND. the fioyal Collier- ies, one 'day gelding, branded lazy 6 on left hip and shoulder.. reward will be paid for return of same or which: will lead to re-. 'covery. Apply John Mullen, .Royal; Collieries Lethbridge. 68-6 store or building' suit- able for a restaurant in business part of town. Enquire P. 0. Box L43, Lethbridge. 65-0 OFFICE TO the Postoffice block, per month." Steam heat- ed "aid electric lighted. Apply at the PostofficeJ 65-0 -furnished or un- -furnished, by a couple without famr ily on or before March 17th. Address D. P. Box 180, City, 69-6 TO housej 8 rooms, strictly modern, well sit- juated. Rent "reasonable, to satisfac- tory family- Apply Box R., Herald' 71-i FOR have two new 5 room cottages for April 1st and two cot- tages vacant now. All .-reasonable. Alberta Realty Co. SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining rights of the' Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-Weit Territories and British be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of fl an' acre. Not more than acres? will be leased to one applicant. Applioation for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the ap. plied for are situated. In surveying territory the land must be described by lectioni, or le- gal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveysd territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be aocom.- panied by a fee of which will bt- lefunded if the rights applied for are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be -paid on- the mer- chantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every lessee -of coal mining rigfata which are not being; operated -shall furnish the "Agent "of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement "to that effect, at least once in each year. The lease '.will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be to purchase .whatever available may con. si dered-necessary-lor thr working of the mine at the rate of an For full, application should be'made of the Department of "the Ot- tawa, or any Agent or of Dominion Lands. -W.W.COBY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication pi this advertisement will not be for. brooch 'set with ame- thysts and small pearls, probably be- tween. Baptist.. Church -and Argyle Aye. Reward for return to Mrs. W.A. Hain- -ilton. -10 Argyle Ave. 73-2 LOTS WANTED X mile from- Central School; none but owners ap- ply Box X. "cjo Herald. 73-6 TO nice comfortable two- room ;house with attic, William -St. of London Road. Rent Bos 3, Herald Office. TO rooms, in North Ward, straight west of school; terms reasonable. Apply to A. H. Sibbald, .North -Ward. -SMALL- HOTJSE.. or three room house Must be close in. Call -up 13. Faunch, phone 106, Herald- Office. 730 PROPERTY FOR SALE TOU QUICK 5 room cot- tage close'in for will handle. The H.-Macbeth Agency, REGENERATED OATS of "Regenerated Abundance Oats can be seen it the Customs office. Early maturity heavy yields with this variety. Orders sent clubs in two-bushel sealed bags as originally received from the raisers, Pedigree. Seed Co. .Orders left with the Secretary of the Agricultural So- ciety will secure the club offer price. NOTICE The Liberal Executive Committee duly chosen 'by the 'delegates oi the Cardston constituency Saturday, Esb'y.- .20. having enquired into his authority for so doing have been gat- isfied that Convener 'Martin Woolf was empowered to issue the call made by him for a, .Liberal and believing that, harmony would be promoted above-mention ed Liberal Executive Committee here: by recall their announcement aa published in the Lethbridge Herald of March 5, in which it was intimat- (ed that said committee would hold I regular primaries and convention. :J. T. Brown, 74-1 Chairman Executive Committee. Everythiof in served tastily Tb Cnllile tetunit c Goaldale Block Tenders for Lumber TENDERS will be received by the Secretary-Treasurer up to the IOth, 1909, lor the furnishing of ap. proximately feet B. M. of Side walk material. For information, ap ply to.City Engineer. No tender accepted. 70-eod-ll P. 72-0 STORES EOR- stores now .occupied by J. J, Johnston, 'Schweitz- er Bros., and Joe are "offered fcr -sale. Must be removed 'on April 1st. Submit offer in writing to Bank of Commerce. furnished rooms, for light housekeeping. 'Apply Box 0, Herald; 73-3 new house on Westminster Road, near new stand pipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation and cellar. cash. Balance easy. Alberta .Realty Co. FOR and two lots; on Courtland St., just north of new stand -pipe; half cash, bal- ance in 3 and 6 months. Apply to C. J. Taylor, at the house. 73-2 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head of a family, or any 18 yean old, -may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or -Alberta. The applicant jnust appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Bub- Agency for the district. Entry by be made'at any'agency on certain by 'lather, mother, son, daughter, brother pr. wa- ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of -the land in each of three years. "A; homesteader may live within nine miles of bis stead on a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by him OT by bis father, mother, son, daughter, brother, or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may preempt a quarter-section alongside home- stead, Price per acre. Duties. reside six months in 'each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra.- A .homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain chased a- pre-emption id homestead r imay 'take a put- n certain districts. Price per acre. Duties-Must reside six months in 'each of thres; years, cultivate -'fifty acres and erect a house worth W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister ol the Interior. publication ot this advertisement Will not paid for.' ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profitt.......> r.... f tf NercdiiitSi ftmcri iM WlkJlH Draftf Money Orders Letten of Credit Saving! Bank BrMicbv Block, St. ;