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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta WIONUOAV, MAY II, I Notice IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND v TITLES ACT AJJD IN -THE 'MAT- TER OF A TRANSFER FROM C. B; BOWMAN, SECRETARY- TREASURER OF THE CITY OF LETHBHIDGE TO THE CITY OF DATED 'MARCH 18, 1907, PURSUANT TO; A: SALE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES, AND COVERING LOT 38 to a Pliiu' of part of the Leth- bridge; of record in the Laud Titles Offlce, for the South Alberta. Registration as TAKE NOTICE that pursuant, to the app'oijoiUuent of the Honourable Mr. Justice "Stuart an application. will be .jmade. to- the presiding- Judge at Judge's at the Court House in the" City of Calgary :on 22nd day of. June, at. eleven o'clock on the. forenoon; -fpr: an i Order confirming the said- sale1 of the lands above referred to, and for and other Order as to the said Judge may seem" just. .DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day Solicitor for, .the -City; of JLethbridge. IN THE MATTER OP THE TITLES AND UT THE MAT-' TER OF A TRANSFER FROM 0: B_ TREA8URER OF THB CITY OF 'LETHBRIDGE TO THE .CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, DATED MARCH 18, 1907. PURSUANT TO A SALK FOR ARREARS OF TAXES, AND COVERING; .LOT 111 according to a Plan of part of the Leth- of record: in fche Land Office, for the South Alberta Registration P.lap Itt-B. TAKE NOTICE that pursuant ta the appointment of the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart an application will be made to- the presiding Judgfi at Chambers ;at the Court House in the City of Calgary on Tuesday the 22nd day. of 1909, at eleven q'clock 'in the forenoon, foe an Order confirming the-, eaid sale of the above, for further and other Order as to the -said Judge may seem jiisfc. Lethbridge this 7th day of May, A. C. F. P.- CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the.. City, of Lethbridge.; MATTER OF THE LAND TITLES ACT.AND .IN. -THE MAT- TER OF A TRANSFER-FROM C. B BOWMANv SECRETARY- TREASUBER .OF THE .CITY OF LETflBRIDGE TO THE CITY OF -DATED MARCH 1907, PURSUANT TO A- SALE FOR -ARREARS ..OF: TAXES, AND COVERING LOT 41 according; to a Plan of. part of .the .City-of- Lelh- bridge, of record in the Land Titles for the'South Albeita Land .Registration -Plan TAKE- NOTICE "that- pursuant -to of the 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 eaid eale-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 TITLES TER OF A TRANSFER FROM C: B. BOWMAN, SECRETARY- TREASURER OF THEJiC.lTY OF. LETHBRIDGE TO THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, DATED MARCH 18; "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 for the South -Alberta rXand- Registration District, as Plan 1354. C. -TAKE -NOTICE that pursuant to appointment of the Mr. i Justice Stuartl; an application will; be. made; to :.the presiding Judge at. House in "the City of .Calgary on 'Tuesday; the 22hd: day of. June, 1909, at- eleven 'o'clock %in' the; for lan-Order confirming Vtbe eaid sale of the-lands and: for suchv further r and other Order as to seem just. fr Lethbridge this 7th day IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND TITI2ES ACT AND IN THE MAT- TER OF A TRANSFER FROM C. B. BOWMAN, SECRETARY- TREASURER OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TO THE CITY OF LETHBBIDGE, DATED MARCH 18, :1907, PURSUANT TO SALE FOR ARREARS OF, TAXES, AND COVERING LOT 42 according to a "Plan'of part of the City of Leth- bridge, of .record LandvTitles 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 Judg'e. at Judge's at the. Court House'in tfie Cily'of "Calgary on Tuesday the 22nd day of June, IfXW, at a'dock in1 the1 forenoon, for an Order confirming the sale of the lands above referred, to, and for such further and other Order as to said-Judge may seem just. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day of A. D. 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. IN THE MATTER OF_ THE LAND TITLES ACT Am> IN THE MAT- TER OF A TRANSFER iFJROM -C. B BOWMAN, SECRETARY- TREASURER OF THEXITY.OF LETHBRIDGE TO THE OF tETHBRIDGE, DATED MARCH 18, 1907V PURSUANT TO A SALE EOH. ARREARS-OF-TAXES, AND COVERING LOT 43 according to a Plan of part of the City of Leth- bridge, of record in the LanoTTitles Office, for the .South Alberta Land Registration District, as Plan 155-B. TAKE that pursuant to the" appointment of the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart an application will be made tc-J the presiding Judge's Chambers at the Court House "in the City of Calgary on Tuesday the 22nd day of Jung, 1909, at eleven o'clock in, the forenoon, IT an Order "confirming the of the above referred to, 'and for auch further And other- Order as to the. said Judge may seem DATED atrXethbridge 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 TER A TRANSFER TROM C. ,B. JBOWMAN, SECRETARY- TREASUBER OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TO" THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGF MARCH 18, 1807, PURSUANT TO A-BALE FOR ARREARS AND COVERING LOT 60 according to a Plan" of part ofHhe City of Leih- bridge, of record in theXand -Tiuea Office, for the South Land Registration District, 155-B. AKE .to the appointment Mr. Justice fltuart- will be made to the presiding Judge at Chambers at the Court Howe in'the City of Calgary on Tuesday the 2Snd day of 1909, at o'clock in the 'or Orier conflnnmr the awe of the above referred to, and for iuch further and other Order M'to thevtaid Judge Mem: DATED this 7th day ol A. D, IWfc C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the City of' Lethbridge. IN THE MATTER OF THB TITLES ACT AND J W THE TEIf OF-A TRANSFER TR "BOWMAN, 8ECRETABY- THE CITY OF; O THE 18 PURSUANT TO A SALE OF TAXES, AND LOT 61 according to i of the City of Ceth- brWfe, ol recikoT in th6 Land Title. for AlberU Land Retention District, Plan thai punraant ,to the -appointment of the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart an appHeation iri'" to 'the ir Chamber! at ths .Court Houie an the City of on Tiieaday the dat of June; MjJ, ai efefWiVelock in the fownoonv lor an Owlet the the laadi referred Jo. and tor toch further and other Order ai to the aaid Jvdfe may aeem jutt. DATED at Letbbridje vtiia 7th C. F- P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the City1 of Lethbridge. nrTHE. MATTERrOE THE LAND TITLES ACT IN THE MAT- OF A FROM. C, B.- BOWMAN, SECRETARY- .TREASUEER-OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, DATED .MARCH 18, 1907, PURSUANT TO A_ SALE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES, v AND CQVERINCr lio; BLOCK -according to a Plan of City of Lethbridge, ot record in. the Land Titles for. Alberta Land Registration District, as Plan TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the .appointment, .ol-the "Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart an application will be made to ..the Judge at Judge's Chambers the Court House in the City of Calgary ,on Tuesday the 22nd .day of at eleven o'clock in the an Order confirming the "said sale of the lands above -referred such further and: other Order to, the said Judge may seem just. DATED-at Lethbridge this: 7th day A. D. 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge IN THE MATTER Ol1 THE LAND TITLES 'ACT A3fD IN THE MAT- TER OF A TRANSFER FROM.C B.- BOWMAN; SECRETARY- TREASUEER OF THE CITY OF 1 TO- THE CITY: OF rLETHBRIDGE, DATED -MARCH "18, 1907, EURSUANT- TO-A SALE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES, AND. COVERING According to a Han oi part of the City ol Leth- bridge, of record in the Land-Titles 'Office, lor the South. Alberta Land Registration District, aa Plan 155-B. TAKE .-NOTICE -that pursuant to the appointment of Ihe 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 tbe 22nd day of June, 1909, at eleven o'-clock-in the forenoon, for an Order confirming, the eaid 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 orMay, A- TX 1909. C.-F, P. CONYBEAHE; Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. MAY ADOPT Mr. Cuthing Going to Chicago and Othtr Points to (Calgary Albertan) The telephone ol the .future in Al- berta will in all probability be the Strowger Automatic, which is _ now- working satisfactorily Id Edmonton and Strathcona. Yesterday afternoon Hon. W. H. Gushing, minister of pub- lic worksUeft Edmonton for Chicago aud other American cities to inves- tigate the success of the automatic system where it has been in uae for New. switchboards in --Lethbridge, an addition to the Calgary plant, and considerable extensions of tbe govern ment telephone aysteni all over "the province are expeetfed thiff and if Mr. Gushing is, satisfied that1 the Strowger system is the best obtain- able all the will probably be made Strowger telephones in- stalled: The propoied Calgary addition is to 'place tin automatic switchboard lor 500 telephones in the present build in% iin to .the in use; A Among other, cities now conteroplatr ing putting; in the Strowger system 'is Quebec, and if tiiis plant it; installed ttosre will be the biggest sale the BtrowgeT coropany have yet ina'de in WINDFALL FOR AfQUITH Londfcn, May estate the Jate' Sir Fmteriefr ;WilM meniber -of thai tolbicco firm; Messrt. W. D. arid H. 0. Wfl- iia, Was jtwt been prored with total of close on f with, a net valoe of personal estate available of while the Aaquith Qov- ernment alone will receive the come in death dutiea of W. L. Wilson Auctioneer Ntlce of Auction Sale of House- hold Furniture, Dry Goods and Small will be held at Wilson's AuctUn Rooms Corner of Glyn and Ford Streets, on Friday, May 21 at 2p.m. TOTIIM TO POIHT THE WAV f ami ly Alatka to LIlHftlly .t Saattli EK- Summer" NEW TOWNS ON THE NEW C. P. R. RAILROAD Langdon-Alix Road -'to Opentd'Soon (Calgary Albertan) As soon as the necessary plans have been prepared, .Pacific [Railway Company .has Decided to place the various .townsites along the hew road Langdon to Alix on the. market, and lots in Dairoy, Ke- and Be.iscker wilt :be offered for sale-within, the next ten days. .The intention, was to build the new Toad froin .pheadle to Aiir, ;but as'.this necessitateC the construc- tion of two, largej bridges'within a lew miles of each other, the terminus was changed to Langdon. Already, five naines of towns along the new line. have been chosen. Start- ing from the south'ern. the line they are: Inverlake, situated on township 27, .range, 27; Dairoy, town- Ship 25, range 27; township 26, range 26; Irricana, township 27, range 26, and to'wnship 28, range 26. Froin" this last named station the road ;will continue nonh -to Sunny- and from there northeasterly to Trochu. .is a large, demand for pioperfcy at all the townsites. .The Crown Lumber company- Was. applied for yard sites at-all the above points, and they are now shipping lumber and supplies to and Cross- field, from which ;places teams will be utilized to haul the. material to. the new yards. rThfe ;Alberta .Pacific; Elevator' com- panv. is; also applying for elevator at all the stations, while applica- tions innumerable have been receiv- ed from and merchants desiring to start in business in the new towns. Seattle; Wash., May novel and-highly interesting feature of the Alftska-Yxjkon-Pacitic Exposition, will be found in the Alaska totem poles about, the entrance, and along the Pay Streak. These totem poles are a product exclusively of the north coast aborigine, and their grotesque and complicated are very cle- ver iy .wrought frqm logs of cedar and. fir. Among all aboriginal tribes, tie family and tribal traditions and re- cord descent and possible great- ness, are. .matters of no small import- ance to the members of the clans, and these records are preserv- ed in various ways among different peoples. With the coast Indians of the Northwest, this form of preserva- tion has been indulged in by means of the totem pole. This family or tribal tree, and it is a tree in every regard, is usually in the most .prominent pirt of the Indian village-, and with its wierd carvings of, bird or animal forbears of the natives, is unique in both matter of carving and system of coloring. At many; Alaskan ports these totem poles are planted thickly in portant section of the town, and at Wrangell.-Sitka and Kethikan will be seen bristling-groups of totems, whose picturesque; outlines have "wide- ly: photographed by thousands of tour-. ists 'and: is only within recent years that fide: totem poles.haves been permitted by the va- rious tribes; .to be removed from thieir original position, and :spe- been plentifully 'sold as curios the -genuine article has been jealously and' carefully guarded. The first of these to be brought south, was tbe one standing in Pioneer Square, in Seattle. Where this totem was brought Alaska, a great deal of displeasure was manifested by the tribe from, -which it was taken, but 'this trouble was amicably adjusted, In gathering the collection of far northern artieles for the exposition, some of these tribal trees have been permitted to come to the great fair. They will be arranged in rows on each side of the Pay Streak, and their fantastic; 'devices and crude col- oring will Coffer a strange contrast to the more highly develop d artistic ef- forts eastern and southern lands. GRIMSBY PARK PASSES Toronto, May Park, scene of many famous gatherings in past years is doomed, The park company was order -wound up by '.Teetzel this morning on appli- cation of the Bank of Hamilton There are outstanding debts of and nothing-in sight to meet-them- The Mercantile Trust Company, of Ham- ilton, hfcs been appointed liquidator. MOSQUITOES KILLED THEM Death and Experienced by Crew Steamship New story of death and" hardship due to mosqui- toes' was told by .Frederick -the Vereston, a small .Brfitish steamfthip now in port from Kingston. The vessel was brought" 'York by a crew of oie'ffpoes, because'nearly all ol the reg- ular -crew are dead COT recuperating from malaria due to the insect bites. _ Two firemen ,who-weighed 200 pou Two firemen weighed 200 pounds were so emaciated when they got to Kingston.that their friends fail ed to recognize them. When You Buy Fruit Lands ___ Do you buy them for a Summer Home, or do you buy them to make you a borne 12 months in the year and have an income frorn.fcb.em? If you do, you surely in tbe C R N 01 ST RICT where tbe: train runs every day in tbe year and located at tbe door of tbe market. can. up till twelve o'clock noon and you bave tbis for breakfast next to.: 60 bours nearer tban any .otber. point. MOW is tbe time to-buj for land is going to advance. For Full Particulars write to SONS HELD AS SECURITY by to to America OVEN Range 0- Hpw a thermometer earris its ..money. By indicating when oven is reedy for baking. By cutting out the rfpeeping" into oven. By showing on its face what JK f -s, is going on in the oven. By saving heft. By ifibstituting certaintyjfor .chance In bakiA results. "Sask-altn range thernipmeter was before one range was thermometer is to the what the compaeii is to the ship life out of town write W. Spokane, Wash., May Daniel Mann, a farm laborer, em- ployed by John Kranish, on his Mo- ian Prairie ranch, five miles from Spokane, cabted a money ocfle-r for to Genoa, today, he- re-, leased his riour ranging from twenty to nine years oi age, held there as security ior funds he bor- rowed several1 months ago to. bring his wife and four daughters to Spo- kane, Prominent residents of -Spo-: kane county have interested them- selves in the case, andihey say if a settlement is not a steam- ship agency at Bremen iimt suit will be instituted ib recover damages. Briefly told, Mann's story is- that be 'and his family of tbe vil- lage of Kurska, Russia on, October 3, ,1908, for Germany, intending to sail from-Bremen "to Nevr 'York -and travel thence Jay-rail-to eastern Wash mgton, and that when they reached the sailing point the steamship agent induced them, through-.misrepresenta go to Brazil; -were forcibly detained, m AH emigrant nouse neai Prosttenort, one ol the children 'died, ,and finally he was "swindled out of the sav- ings of a life-time of toil in the Czar's land. They'managed ttTreach Genoa, where he' was" forced id leave four sons as a guarantee to money advanced .by Michael .Loufd, who took pity the "We.found thousands men -a-nd-j children tlm bered and rocky lands in Brazil wailing their said. "Like ouiselves, they were immigrants from We were warjaed there not to: tell anyone about "the -real condi- tion of the countryy, 3fact, we were told that ,by -hanging was penalty for saying anything about' Tvhat we saw and fhe way we were treated by the officials in'the Immi- grant house. I was told that a dozen others bad been executed for disobey-, ing 'this injunction." MEW .BRANDON CHURCH Brandon, additional church will be erected here ior tbe" Methodist congregation. The newj' structure will seatlMp people and will cost 1C fa to be octagonal in''design in the Romanesque -style, and will be furnished in the most modern manner. .P, DEAD May. Auger, late member of the Dominion Parlia- ment-for Shefford County, Que., and Government inspector ot stack yards; died here at thfe age of 78 AUPERTA FAIRS J 29 and July 1 and 2. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. 6 and 7. ,12 and: 13. 3. Eort 4, IS and 14, 3. 4, 5 and 6. 10 11 and 21! 22 and 23.' Sedgewick-rSeptember 24, IJoydminiterTrfleptembeT 27. 27 and 28. 2S. Vermilions-Sept. 30 and 1. 5. 16 and 17. 20 Piiicher 22. 23 and. 24. 28 itnd 29. 30. 1. 5 and 6. u Ponoka--October 6 'and 7. 7 and 8. Three 12. 14. 28- and NOT- 10 and JO. Bow Island ALBERTA Choice Business and Resi- dential Lots TLi- lownsite is situated 64 miles east of the city of Leth- bridge, on the Crows Nest Division of the C. P. H- 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 are advancing daily. lots lange from 125.00 to V according to location. Special for are one-third and the balance payable in and twelve with interest at cent, per annum. For full call or write to LUDTKE WADDELL jj- Bow Island> Alfa. RUSSIAN OFFICERS RELEASED St Petersburg, May eral. and -Hear- Admiralr bpgatoff have been released from, con- finement in the fortress of St. -Teter and St. Paul, by order of the. EmperoT Nicholas." The. health of bothjvioen has been gravely affected by their confinement. CHINESE BOOZE St Thomas, Ont, May and license inspectors yesterday raid- ed the of Ping Lee, and confiscated 125' bottles filled with Chinese whiskey, which Piuj? uail been -selling, especially to women, which 'first aroused suspicions of the poiicd that hquor was being sold there. ELECTRIC FANS- DESK FANS BKACKET FANS CEILING FANS VENTIIiATING FANS FAN MOTOKS Supplied, repaired by experienced electrical W. L. McKenzie Co. Phone204 Hedpath Street The Uberta Raitwaf and Irrigation Company Is now Differing for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON TICE MARKET, Mi. (toft if tte JM at M mWiihf H. FROM W EACH fnterett 6 per fccnt. pw annun Iw tbe Oily of Uthbrldge ;