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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Notice IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND TITLES ACT AND IN THE MAT- TEE OF A TRANSFER FROM C. B BOWMAN, SECRETABY- TREASURER OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TO THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, DATED MARCH 18, 1907, PURSUANT TO A SALE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES, AND COVERING LOT 38 according to a Plan of part of the City of Leth- bridge, of record in the Laud Titles Office, for the South Alberta Lund Registration District, as Plan 155-B. TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the appointment of the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart an application will be made to the presiding Judge at Judge's Chambers at the Court House in the City of Calgary on Tuesday the 22nd day of June, 1909, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for an Order confirming the said sale of the lands above referred to, and for such further and other Order as to the said Judge may seem just. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day of May, A. D. 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND TITLES ACT AND IN THE MAT- TER OF A TRANSFER FROM C. B. BOWMAN. SECRETARY- TREASURER OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TO THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, DATED MARCH 18, 1907, PURSUANT TO A SALE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES, AND COVERING LOT 41 according to a Plaa of part of the City of Leth- bridge, of record in the Land Titles Office, for the South Alberta Land Registration District, as Plan 155-B TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the appointment of the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart an application will be made to the pressing Judge at Judge's Chambers ai -the- Court House in the City of Calgary on Tuesday the 22nd day of June, 1909, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for an Order confirming the said sale of the lands above referred to, and for such further and other Order as to the said Judge may seem just. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day of May, A. D. .1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. MONDAY, MAY IT, IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND TITLES ACT AND IN THE MAT- TZiil'iOl'' A TRA.NariiU FiiOM C. B. BOWMAN, SECRETAKY- TREASURER OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TO THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, DATED MARCH 18, 1907, PURSUANT TO A SALE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES, AND COVERING LOT 111 according to n Plan of part of the City of Leth- bridge, of record in the Land Titles Office, for the South Alberta Land Registration District, as Plan 155-B. TrtKK NOTICE that pursuant to the appointment of the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart an application will be made to the presiding Judge at Judge's Chambers at the Court House iu the City of Calgary on Tuesday the 22nd day of June. 1909, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for an Order confirming the suidysale of the lands above referred to, and for such further and other Order as to the said Judge may seem just. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day of May, A. D. 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. AN NOD NGIEM E N T The North Ward Store Will make its bow the Public in a few days with a complete line of DRUGS and STATIONERY. J. H. McCROSTIE, Phm. B. Manager CLARESHOLM CROP CONDITIONS IN THE THE LAND TITLES ACT AND IN THE MAT- TER OF A TRANSFER FROM C. B. BOWMAN, SECRETARY- TREASURER OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TO THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, DATED MARCH 1907, PURSUANT TO A SALE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES, .AND COVERING LOT 42 according to a Plan of part of the City of Leth- bridge, of record in the Land Titles Office, for the South Alberta Land -Registration District, as Plan 155-B TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the appointment of the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart an application will be made to the presiding Judge at Judge's Chambers at the Court House in the City of Calgary on Tuesday the 22nd day of June, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for an Order confirming the said sale of the lands above referred to, and for such further and-other Order as to the said Judge may seem just. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day of May, A. D. 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. IN THE MATTER OF THE TITLES ACT AND IN THE MAT- TER OF A TRANSFER FROM C. B. BOWMAN, SECRETARY- TREASURER OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TO THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, DATED MARCH 18, 1907, PURSUANT TO A SALE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES, "AND COVERING LOT 43 according to IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND TITLES ACT AND IN THE MAT- TER OF A TRANSFER FROM C. B. BOWMAN, SECRETARY- TREASURER OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TO THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, DATED MARCH 18, 1907, PURSUANT TO A SALE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES. AND COVERING LOT 111 BLOCK F, according to a Plan of part of the City of Lethbridge, of record in the Land Titles Office, for the South Alberta Land Registration District, Plan 1354 C. TAKE NOTICE that. pursuant to the appointment of the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart an application will be made to the presiding Judge at Judge's Chambers at the Court House in the City of Calgary on Tuesday the 22nd day of June, 1909, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for an Order confirming the said sale of the lands above referred to, andv for such further and other Order as to the said Judge may seem just. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day of May, A. D. 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. Skin Diseases. A diseased or disfigured skin will always leave stamp on the mind of the indv viduaL Many people suffering from dis- figuring akiii diseases avoid society and lose all pride in their personal appearance. When the skin breaks out in. eruptions, and sores it is due entirely to-an impure condition of the blood. In all such cases Burdock Blood Bitten will quvkly purify the blood and drive all the impurities out of the system. t M M 4 ITCHING RASH CUBED. T- t M 4 M Mrs. J. J. Magee, Jr., Kinmount, Ont., writes: ''In the spring of 1906 I was troubled with a Rash that broke out over me. It was the worst on my face and head, had a dry, Bcaly top, and when I would get warm it would become very itchv. I tried the doctor's medicine but it did me no good, so I thea got one bottle of Burdock Blood Bitters and before it all used the Rash was entirely to the individual's interpretation of the will of God that Methodism had its birth. "It was John Wesley who resurrec-ted personal declar- ed the speaker. 'In his early confer- he continued, "it was conclud- ed that in speculative matters every man was to submit only as far as his judgment should be convinced. Ask- ed, at the fourth Methodist Confer-' ence, 'Can a. Christian submit far- ther than this to any man, or num- ber of men on Wesley had replied, 'It is plain he cannot, either to bishop, council. Continuing, convocation, or general Dr. Chowii declared Ularesholm, May Mac- leod to High Kiver, through the towns of Granuui, Stave- ley, .N'amou and Cayley, runs a for- midable line of elevators. These great structures, -outlined against the sky in groups of two and three, with a probability of four or five before the harvest approaches, tell the story of the development of Southern Al- berta as a wheat growing country. Elevators mean wheat. In the Ed- monton district they may mean oats but here wheat is Icing. Like great i ocean vessels relieved of heavy car- goes they lie in >ort. Their period of comparative idleness will not be for long. The harvest season will quickly approach, when once- more the great holds of the elevators will be freighted with their bulging car- goes of golden grain. The psychic movements of the wheat farmer are interesting to an- alyze. As your correspondent passed through thus district last August he is spring wheat. Another may tell a different story, was the case larft year, but the that are to be made this yew will be in spring wheat. Thd outstanding feature of the crop situation throughout Southern Al- berta is that a great deal has still to be learned about the growing of Alberta Ked. man who has There is wanted the scientific understand- M M 80BE8 ON FACE. IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND TITLES ACT AND IN THE MAT- TEE OF A TRANSFER FROM C. B. BOWMAN, SECRETARY- TREASURER OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TO THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, DATED MARCH 18, 1907, PURSUANT TO A SALE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES, AND COVERING LOT -110, BLOCK F. according to a Plan of part of the City of Lethbridge, of record in the Land Titles Office, for the South Alberta Land Registration District, as Plan 1354 C. TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the appointment of the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart an application will be made to the-presiding Judge at Judge's Chambers at the Court House in the City nf Calgary on Tuesday the 22nd day of June, 1909, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for an Order confirming the said sale of the lands above referred to, and for such further and other Order as to the said Judge may seem just. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day of May, A. D. 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridgt Mrs. Harvey Bark- house, Gold River, N.S., writes; I was greatly troubled with Sores on my face and finally be- came so bad i had to go to the doctor about it, but ho could do nothing to help me. "I thought about Burdock Blood Bitten and decided to try a bottle. I cannot recommend B.B.B. enough, a? I had not taken all the bottle before my wac cured." For sale by all druggists and dealen. that theoretically Methodism had re- mained true to these broad senti- ments of Wesley's but that practical- ly she-had felt the constraining hand of the dogmatist. The establishment of a theological course of study had tended to give fixity of belief fo cer- tain doctrine's, and had imposed a was led to think there was nothing in the world like winter wheat. ,The harvest was then on, and the grain stood as thick in the fields 'as a por- cupine's quills. The wheat that was rushed to these same elevators or shipped direct to the lake ports, was The spring wheat ing of the now famous cereal. It has yet to be explained why there should be such a prolific yield one season ami the prospect of only a fair yield the next. Also why some districts have a most favorable out- look an-d others not far removed have not met with success. There is abundant room for experimental work in this portion of the province which is so wholly and almost ex- clusively devoted to this branch 'of agriculture. As resistless as the ocean tide is the advance of the breaking outfits this year. To the hundreds that are now in the country scores are 'being added. One firm in Claresholm owns seven steam and five gasoline outfits, in addition to probably_ a dozen teams of horses. This firm alone The views of revelation SJK! inspir- ation accepted by o.hii- Prolestaat bo- dies had been held to be binding on Methodist ministers. r.Hho'u.th oclist standards do not any JOHN WESLEY STOOD FOR PERSONAL LIBERTY i o-i_i. In Bifchcal Interpretation as Well as 1 special attitude on iV.-sc: questions. "As a result, church trii'-h have been held upon this question, and 'a lot of judge-made and presumpiive law has crept into Methodism, mak- ing Wesley's great words M" liberty of no declared the doctor, 'for if thought be-fettered, nothing can be free. John Wesley meant his Everything Chown Speaks Dr. Toronto, May Bible alone became the religion of the early Chris tian Church. But it was the Bible ers to be free, for in freedom he dis- cerned power." as interpreted, not by the Church, but i ed HORSE WENT THROUGH INTO THE CELLAR London, May fish dealer nam took pity on ,a horse out by the individual; that was the stan- in th8 Saturday evening and of duty and responsibility." i brought him into, the kitchen. Dur- a Plan of part of the City of Leth- bridge, of record in the Land Titles Office, for the South Alberta 'Land Registration District, as Plan 155-B. TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the appointment of the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart an application will be made to the presiding Judge at Judge's Chambers at the Court House in the City of Calgary on Tuesday the 22nd day of June, 1909, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, an Order confirming the said sale of the lands above referred to, and for such further and other Order as tb the said Judge may seem just. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day .of May, A. D. 1909. C. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the% City of Lethbridge. IN THE MATTER Olr THE LAND TITLES ACT AND IN THE MAT- TER OF A TRANSFER FROM C. B. BOWMAN, SECRETARY- TREASURER OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TO THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, DATED MARCH 16, 1907, PURSUANT TO A SALE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES, AND COVERING LOT 52 according to a Plan of part of the City of Leth- bridge, of .record in the Land Titles Office, for the South Alberta Land Registration District, as Plan 155-B. TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND AND IN THE MAT- TER OF A TRANSFER FROM C. the appointment of the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart an application will be made to the presiding- Judge at Judge's Chambers at the .Court House in the City of Calgary on Tuesday the 22nd- day of June, 1909, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for an Order confirming the said sale-of the lands above- referred to, and for such further and other Order as to the said Judge may seem just. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day of May, A. D. 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. This was one of the statements made by Dr. S. D. .Chown in Sherbourae Street Methodist Church. It is interesting to note that it is the pastor of this church, Rev. George Jackson, whose remarks caused so much discussion in the Methodist Church over the inspiration of a por- tion of the Bible. Dr. Chown's discourse dealt with "Liberty of Thought" which he char- acterized as "one of the lost ideals of the Methodist Church." He made-a strong plea against certain forms of external authority in the church, de- claring that "it paralyzed the intel- lectual freedom and forged the chains of mental slavery." Tracing the progress of Christian- ity from its inception the speaker pointed out that it was after Protest- antism had wrongfully given-the night the horsL> wvni through the floor into the cellar, and John- sou and the neighbors a-o still figur- ing how to get it out., as it is too big to come up the stairway. Part of the house may have to be removed. The horse is uninjured by the fall and is being fed in the cellar. winter wheat. stood green in the fields and was rather slow in ripening. The farmer became dubious. He saw his winter wheat yielding from forty to fifty bushels to the acre, and he conclud- ed that spring wheat was too much of a gamble. He decided that he would sow more winter wheat than- ever. Meanwhile the spring wheat grew and ripened. The farmer harvested a magnificent crop and turned it on to the market at a good price. Some farmers held their spring grain until this year and have been drawing it to the elevators between seeding spells or after their seeding was done. What are they getting for if? No less than 81.06 per bushel was paid at Granum on Monday, with no dockage. Many of the fields yielded forty bushels to the acre, which meant that the returns from last year's spring wheat crop have been in many cases more than per acre, It may be imagined that a some- what different dent in- the observation oi' your correspondent this season in comparison with last N. H. MURRAY, plowing this season. Others all along the line are equally busy turn- ing the sod. Most of the breaking is being, done away on the frpntiers from twenty to thirty miles from a. town, where the sound of a steam Ueod. All of these towns will waken The Jtaandra Cife nothing is too good for its many patrons, nothing but the most advanced ment to improve the ser- vice for their comfort. With the latest improved electric Tea and Coffee Urns and five electric cool- ing fans already installed this month, and the best the market affords on oar table at the lowest possible cost to all. We don't in- tend to lag in our efforts to make The Alexandra Cafe the Mecca and pride of the people of Leth- bridge and their friends. up some morning and find themselves possessed of an elevator and perhaps two before the wheat begins .to move. This is but another chapter in the development of the Southern "Alberta engine has never before been heard, but where soon will go up the cry for the steel rails and the iron horses. Evidence of this is right to hand. For several years settlers and farm- ing1 companies have gone into that great stretch of country uorth of1 CLARESHOLM NEWS Lethbridge and east of Granum, Claresbolm, May publica- Claresholm and Kanton. On these tion of the by-laws for water and wheat belt. M.FJD. areas great crops of wheat have been raised which have been hauled 20 and 30 miles to market. The .Car- niangay farm, .west of Staveley, is one of the many. The cry went up for railways. survey of the They result was the C. P. line from A 4- i_ nil I uv JIl August.. That the acreage under cul- .due east. of Staveley. Monarch tavation js greatly increased goes without saying. With scores of steam plowing outfits working last fall until the frozen crust of earth successfully" "resisted the plough- shares and with an even greater num- Boy Who Jumped Fair Fence almost Twenty-five Cent, to Square Up left London, May IT.-Secretary Hunt d BOt but he a of the Western Fair Board was very west of Lethbridge, on the Crow's Nest branch, to Aldersyde, south of Calgary. Construction on this railway was commenced this from the southern terminus and thirty iniles will" be built -fiy harvest time. No sooner was the work com- menced than townsites were prepar- ed to be placed on the market. Kipp, the terminus, is to 'be called Kipling. To the north of it will be Noble, named after the big Claresholm. land owner, who sold the townsite. Next will be Barons and then Carman. The latter will be about thirtv miles the name of another town which has sprung up between Kipling and Mac-! reside; in the east. light debentures iu. our local paper yesterday has stimulated the interest in the vote on the new by-law on June 5th and groups arje to be seen on the streets discussing the issues. A. E. Hunter shipped -his running horse "Lion" to High Biver this morning to be trainajf by J. W. Mc- Laughlin. The weather has been showery, but not drenching. About 95 per cent; of the seeding is finished.. Mr. Lines, of Edmonton, architect, has been in town this .week, making preliminary arrangements lor tha building of the new school, while P. Turner Bone has been surveying the route of the proposed -water main. from Willow Creek. He left for Kanv loops last night. Kenneth Storey was at Lethbridge and had a toe amputated. H. Leeds intends to: go. out'of the ranching business within a vear and How much surprised to re- ceive twenty-five cents in a not from a former Londoner, -in Elvarts, Alber- ta, stating that he had jumped over a fence into a fair twelve years ago, and defrauded the fair, and, bein available for is difficult to readily 'be quoted for the Figures do not often lie, creed a place of authority superior up. conscience to much ures will inquirer. sometimes liars figure. Human irailties are put to a severe test when it comes to putting a news- paper correspondent .wise in matters of this THE "EYE-OPENER" (Collier's) The "Eye-Opener" believes it has its eyes closed. The West did it dirt it printed some oi the same B. BOWMAN, SECRETARY- i so wil1 come east- The "Eye- TREASTIRER OF THE CITY OF I Opener" has our undivided esteem. Its fearlessness is admirable, it LETHBRIDGE TO THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, DATED MARCH 18, 1907, PURSUANT TO A SALE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES, AND COVERING .LOT 50 according to a Plan of part of the City of Leth- bridge.. of record in the Land Titles Office, for the South Alberta Land Registration District, as Plan 155-B. "AKE NOTICE that pursuant to the appointment of the .Honourable .Mr. Justice Stuart an application will be made to the presiding Judge at Judge's Chambers at .the Court House in the City of Calgary on Tuesday the 22nd day of June, 1909, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for an confirming the said sale of the lands above referred to. and for further and other Order as to thc'said Judge may seem just. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day of May, A. D. 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. naughtiness shocking, and, as it turns out, bad policy. The fearlessness re- mains but the naughtiness is not there.to spice it. Ishmael turned re- spectable is not an interesting per- son. Is the .'.'Eye-Opener" wise in abandoning that corner of earth where its faults- and its qualities grew up together? The West understands its weak spots. What if Editor Ed- wards did get there? Whom the worst of it out the Lord loveth he The oven does the baking, the fire-box controls the oven heat, and the grates hold the coal or wood that pro- duces the heat, so THE GRATES are important. Sask-alta Range IN THE MATTER OF THE LANTJ TITLES ACT AND IN THE MAT- TER OF A TRANSFER FROM C. B. BOWMAN. SECRETARY- TREASURER OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TO THE CITY OF LETHBjRIDGE, DATED MARCH 13.. 1907, PURSUANT TO A SALE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES, AND COVERING LOT 51 according to a Plan'of part of the City of Leth- bridge. of record in the Land Titles Office, for the -South Alberta Land Registration District, as Plan 155-B. TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the appointment of the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart an application will be made to the presiding Judge at Judge's Chambers at the Court House in the City of Calgary on Tuesday the 22nd day of June; 1909, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for an Order confirming the said sale oi. the lands above referred to, and for such further and other Order as to the said Judge may seem jusl. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day of May, A. D. 1909. C: F. P. CONYBEAKE, for the City of Lethbridge. chasteaeth. Why shouldn't Editor Ed- wards be as firm a philosopher as Socrates, who, in sight of death re- fused a chance to fly the country that was going to kill him? The "Eye-Opener" urges that most oi its readers are in Toronto. That most of its readers are in Toronto is be- cause the "Eye-Opener" is in Cal- gary. The name has a wild, woolly. western sound, and it sounds better in Calgary than in Toronto. To change the venue is to loose the lo- cal benefit. A delicate- thing is flavor. Sea fish will not keep more than three. or four days in Toronto. What will happen, then, to a thing, supposed to be "as bad, to begin with, as the But the "Eye-Open- er" we repeat, isn't bad any longer. It's become decent, and ,we have enough decent newspapers in the East without the "Eye-Opener." to High EDMONTON NEW STREET CARS Edmonton, May new street cars fro arrive this week, will of Hie style, and the most up-todate and complete that are in use in any.city in Cana- da. "Sask-alta" Double Duplex Grates are made in four pieces, each grate shaken separately. Ashes over grate can be shaken .without wasting good fuel over other grate. No poking necessary, thereby saying fuel Dampers at both ends of fire-box secure perfect drafts. When grates are inverted for wood a patent clamp retains them in position. The easiest-working way is the surest-serving way that's "Sask-alta" way. LETHBRIDGE AGENTS Stafford-Agnew Co. If you live out of town write Suffice it to say then, that a good- ly increase in acreage was available for the farmer last fall. He sowed a larger amount than usual to win- ter The soil did not register a very nigh percentage Of moisture at the time of fall seeding, and the process of germination proceeded un- der difficulties. Tne winter was not at all unfavorable, and the wheat did not suffer on that account. Then came the spring. At least it made a pretense of coming. In the grain, which had been dormant, during the winter months, began to sprout. The month of April was a "frost, v The grain was prepared to grow, but it could not. It was so repeatedly set back that, many of the farmers concluded that it was done for. Rather than, take chances of losing a crop, they re-seeded their fields to spring wheat. It is safe to say that forty per cent, of the win- ter wheat from Macleod River was re-seeded. The sowing of wheat went on concurrently. All through April more or less seeding was done with a periodic cessation of several days on account of unfavorable weather, such as a snow storm. During the first week in May every day was made to tell. From the areas close, to the towns away up to the sum- mits of the hills in the distance the seed drills were nt- worfe from five o'clock in the morning to the fall of darkness. Thousands of acres com- prising the homesteaders' humble holdings ami section after section of the gentry of the Alberta to be, were sown to spring wheat. By the tenth of Kay practically all the seed- ng was done. The, first week in May told tVo ,ale. The winter wheat that was not. molested began to grow. Many of he fields could not look better. Others are not in good condition and will yield only an average crop. luch of the spring wheat has shot bovc the ground and several fields, hich have been seen by your corre- pondent, are as fat advanced as the inter wheat. Under the it is not urprising that the farmers in this art of the wheat belt should turn o the spring grain. It will also not e surprising if four-fifths of the rain handled this season by bove mentioned Vtring of elevators Bow Island ALBERTA Choice Business and_ Resi- dential Lots This townsite is situated 64 miles east of the city of Leth- bridge, on the Crows Neit Pass Division of the C. P. R. and has the celebrated "OldGlory" gas well adjoining the town- site. There is a good supply of coal and water. No invest- ment on earth like earth itself. Buy now as prices are advancing daily. Prices of lots range from to f260.00, according to location. Special prices for blocks. Terms are one-third cash and the balance payable in six and twelve Months with interest at sir per cent, per annum. For full particulars call or write to LUDTKE WADDBLL Bow Island, AUa. Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON MARKET Uts of tie lillml ani fat if feMMterN. FROM EACH One-third one-third 6 montk- u lf Interest 6 per cent, per annum ;