Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
Lil-l, l C t H B ft fDOI ,V-A J I T A; W C D M t tO A Y MARCH II, IMI -tfs 't1 RIDOWAVSTTE-AS M M M> RlDGWAY'S ROYAL TEAS ESTABLISHED IN THE 1E1GN OF KING WILLIAM IV. Have the largest Sate of any high-grade Tea in the World 56cM anft per Ib. 5010 SOU) ONtYlNSCIlCD TINS W X4.VI.I 5fZE5 Exclusive Agents: The Bentley Company Limited, Lethbridgc TELEPHONE 35 Delivery: HALF A CENTURY ON THE RAILROAD CHRISTOPHER HENRY, C. P. R. ENGINEER, RETIRES AFTER LONG FAST TRAIN BETWEEN MONTREAL AND OTTAWA AND IS KNOWN TO EVERY RAILROAD MAN the conditions of the members by wringing them together and by keep- ing tbem from drinking. ALPINE REMiNESCENCE One of the mos'L successful and in- structive, if not the most successful and instructive meeting of the West- minster Guild 'was huld last .evening Montreal run. He has been handling fast traiim for 20 years. 'The one en- gineer in Canada'who has seen more service" than he has is Joseph Ger- limning on the Grand .Trunk iast from Montreal. It is understood .hat he is contemplating leaving the road in a short time. "When "I firsts-went" on" the" road, there-w-ere the little engines of about 50 tons, with the great square smoke- he said. "Jt was on the run between Montreal and Brockville. Che cngine.s were all fired with wood. yVe had open tenders on" which about :wo cords of wood, two feet long, be piU-d. At about eveiy sec md station we had a wood pile, so hat as v.-e run short we -would load :p', again at any of 'these stations. It ook minutes to do this, .but fhe passengers had to wait because we wouldn't go ..on until we had fuel. I zot a month as fireman in those lays, and when I became engineer '.t. was jncreased to The wages yere then by _the month and hot- ac- :drding to the number Now firemen make from to a nonth about Ottawa, March forty-two years a locomotive and for previous to that long time a locomotive fireman, Mr. -Christopher Henry, ,of 233 Nicholas street week resigned his position as en- gineer on one 'of the fast trains of the C. P: R. running between Mont- real and Ottawa, to live a retired life. "L am th'e second oldest engineer inver a fine of road bed, and t was the talk of the" trainmen for .everal wt7eks. .1 have frequently an linur in the J sionary ihe i lammc Ing short line recently, and no one bought of it." "J was on-No. 23 engine for. a long he safd smilingly, "and I nev- her." was not "so much "anxiety bout being on time in the early he went on. "If we were within 10 tnjnutc-s of schedule time, doing well in fine Those light engines used "to wet CHKN ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY Hi IM of HEI ill Ina First-class Cafe TMlll HOTEL ROOM Short Order Between Meals CAREOLL DOYLE I 1 EmyWy reads HeriU E ectri Ucil fcatar Cettke ;Evtry cfOMf, tl ye Haste, ad jty, terytte wy.kelf tfcal way. R eaJ tfce paper jm btae, Afocaie it as jm rtaa. D esenes tke bw k SYNOPSIS. OF COAL M.I N ING. REG- ULATJONS Coal mining.rights of me Dominion in Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Colunroia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of an" acre. Not more than acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be niade to the Agent or.Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. I In surveyed territory the hind "must be described by sections, or le- gal1 subdivisions-, of sections, and in .uiisurveycd territory the tract appli- j-SYHOPSiS OF CANADIAN NORTH- Pioneer Coal: IS ON THE MARKET All Orders-Strictly Attended to -Cash Must tx Delirery am man WANT ADS 2oc. one Insertion. 6 the C. P- K: and has been on that line" since. for years on the North Shore, line from Montreal to Quebec. He had chSrge first engine that hauled Toronto and Winnipeg was blockaded for four days and Jour nights intone snow storm a' Vlartin Junction- T "'We used, to have the hand brakes, had to shut off steam a mile from Lhe station. Now we-woik the engine 'q 300 yards pf_ the station and stop 'ier where we like." r "Ho told ,of' the old fashioned :oaches which only, held about 25 about the time x when 4 s- :here were no sleepers at alJ- on the line, and other interesting facts of the early days of transportation ,in Cana'da." _: Mr. Henry has of tlie special of thc Duke Cosmaught to the heavy freight. Mr. Henry is one of the oldest mem- trains coupled Carkton Plr.cc. from Montreal the tc bers'of the Brotherhood ol Locomotive Engineers in 'Canada, and thinks ton years he has toon on the Ottawa- ;his order has done much to letter -.WNCHER CREEK CREAMERY Farmers Hold Meeting and Favor Establishment of.Private Con- cern Pincher Creek; March rep- resentative meeting of farmers "and townspeople was held in the city hall to dibcuss the'prospects of a cream- ery for Pincher Creek district.-" After considerable" discussion as to' the. relative advantages of Govern- ment creameries or-private ones, it was decided the latter. Messrs. D. A. and W. R. McKer- gave an outline of a good pro- position and'it. was generally felt lat these gentlemen would give sa- sf action. They promised to have the cream- ry in running shape by May 1st, 903. Mr. Charles Kettles with his usual nteqirising spirit has offered gratis, uitable grounds as a site for the wilding. SIcKerrichcr Bros, assure us that hey will go right. ahead with the vork and we_ believo, will be_ a good paying proposition as well a an advantage to the town and coun- ry.' INSIDE: YOUR merits of OUT clothing are not all on the surface. In the making of every garment special attention is given to those "hidden things" which make it retain its shape and the inner shoulder pads and stays. These menu greater ASK IF IT'S A SOVEREIGN MANUFACTURING CO. Limited SCAN'- W. C. SANFORD HAXIT.TOX; OXT. FOR SALE 160 acres, improved, north of LethbrJdge, ;6 miles north of Diamond City half cash, balance to suit; or spot cash. IW-acres miles east of town, per, .acri, half cash, balance to suit; 'or spot cash. No water right.) I acre, Lot 16, on McKillop street, North Ward, cash. Apply Box 331 Lethbridge Pott Office cpV for shall bo staked out. Each- Application must be accom panied by .1 fee oi which will be j REGU- rcfunded if-the right, applied for are j landg iu ManUqba. Sasknt -not avaihible but not A CXCepting 8 J WEST HOMESTEAD ULA'TIONS Any: even numbered section'-.-: of. Dd- Saskntch- and BUSINESS CHANCES Now is-the time-to buy-to make" big money.' For fruit mixed farming, Nechaco Valley lands in B. 0., Canada. never.-below pei-'acre; per acreldqwn. Balance 9, equal -yearly Uailroad completed neat then land will bring its true value, par acre. Send I.-B. Snell, Canada, Box 63, or Hotel 13. 83-1 -FOR SALE QHEAP 1GO fierce all fenced; half mile .igii on good stream, good house and mtbuildings. For apply H.A.Y., l.clhbridg'e, Alia. 7200 !2G, not reserved, mny be homestead- ehariUble output of the mine at tht j by any pfir_on who is thc hend rate- of five cents per -ton: j Q[ a family> or nny male OVPr ,3 Every of coal mining rights Of jigc> to the extent of one-quarter which are not being operated shall turnisli the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at le.ist once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining only, but the lesee may bo .'permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application should be made to.the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or- any Agent or- Sub-Agent of Dominion W.'W. CORY, Deputy Minister of'.the Interior. publication of this-advertisement will not be pnid [or. Ita Unfa Unj -irt MptH 'V Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET .section of 160 acres inore or less. i. Application for entry must be njndc i in. person by applicant at a Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency ioiv the'district in which the- land is .situate. Kntry by. proxy how- ever, be rnada nt an Agency-on ccrUun conditions by the lather, mother, .son, daughter, brother, or' sister-of an in- tending hpnie.ste.ider. The homesteader is rcxiujred to per- form the homestead duties under. tono ofrthc following plans: leastt_six months' residence upon ami. cultivation.tof .the laud in each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, 'if he so desires, perform the required ,rcsi- dence duties living on farming la'nd owned him, not U-ss than eighty (80) acres in in the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land, will not meet tlm requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not less than eighty (80) acres in extent, in FOR SALE A VIOLIN, an excellent :nenU ;n firht clHS3 condition. ?Worth Will sell nt considerable -re- luction. Apply Cox T, Hernld Qffic.n. 73-6-p LOST Wednesday night in the Morth Wnrd, a new Battenburg lace collar and a new white silk veil, tender please return to Mrs. C.-A. Cooksley'a millinery store. -79-6 FOR, RRJVATE-SALE A swing boats in first clnsd order.. Can bi seen erected >u-Ford street ut the rear of the Vindsor hotel. .For particulars, and >rice apply to Wuddington and.-Gib-, oon, Auction Jfart, 410-Kound St. 78-0: "FIGHT1N BOB" RETIRES San Francisco, March special despatch frcir, Sar. Diego, Cal., con- m npvrs of an announceraent made today br Rear Admiral Kvans, com- mander of the Atlantic that upon its arrival ai San i-rancisco he would retire from command bccaus% ofvill licalth. This annoxvncement of- ficially confirms the report from Wash- ington that the Admiral would haul clown his flag upon arriving at San- Francisco. J. E, Anetle, manager of the hnt "Cimc Co., of Victoria, B. was drowned yesterday while attempting to cross Saanich-arm in a saiiboa during a gale. lib North if tk bjkiad Ml fet FROM FOR SALE Counter and show cases at present n.uae in Johnston's drug store. ,.796 'WANTED SERVANT once a good general servant wanted. Apply Frank Colpman. _ "81-0 WANTED SADDLE for lady, either lor. sale or rent. OlEce. Apply-Herald 81-0 HORSES FOR'SALE One team of well-matched driven for sale. Apply to E. Mason Land Co. 81-6 EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in the vicinity, such homesteader may perform his own residence duties bj living with the father (or (4) The term "vicinity" in the two jprecceding paragraphs is, defined as, HQUSE AND LOT FOR net more than nine miles m An ht foom and lol for direct line, exclusive of the width Mlc in Norlh Ward> terma. of road allowances crossed in tm measurement. (5) A intending toj perform his residence duties in--nc-i with the while living' Aply to F. E. Maaon Land Co. 81-G A SITUATION, WANTED YOUNG LADY a tion to wait on dining room. Apply with parents or on fanning. land own- jto -xria." Lewis, Lothbridge, TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 0 months. 12 months. Interest 6 por cent, per annum IWnl MR JB22 ed by hinmelf must notify thc Agent- for thc district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing'mast be given to the Commissioner of Gratiturtn for mercies, patience un- minion Lands at Otinwn, of intention (lor trials, Congenial society and the. to Jipply for piUont. jhopo of heaven will bring us all the W. W. CORY, happiness this life can bear. Ab- Deputy of the Minister of solutely there 5s nothing beyond this Interior. [but the Ufa eternal. Accept this piiblicaticn of view, and waste no more time this not in for happtMM for. .'it is not.