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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta lETHBRlDQk, ALTA.. FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1909. Notice 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 3S according to a Plan of part of the City of Leth- 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 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. T.-iKK NOTICE that pursuant to 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 tJ2nd day of June, 1909, 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 19Q9, 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 at eleven o'clock in the forenoon for, the said j d an Order confirming the said sale oij DATED arLethbridge this 7th dav the lands above referred to. and for nt i j A -U-clv, A. such further and other Order as to the said Juti-re may seem just. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day of Mav, A. D. 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the of Lethbridge. C. F. R CONYBEARE, NO WOMAN CAN BE STRONG AND HKALTHY XTNLKSS THT KIDNEYS ARE WILL. When the kidneys are ill, the whole body is ill, for the pofsous which ought to filter out of the blood arc left in the system. Then how important it must be to see it that this system of sewerage bo not closured up. Thcwe who have nerer been troubled with kiuney trouble know not the misery and suffering which thoM afflicted undergo. Doan's Kidney are a specific fo'r all kidney troubles. They begin by healing the delicate membranes of the kidneys frnti thus make t'acir action regular and natural They help the kidneys to flush off the acrid and poisonous impurities which have HOTEL EMPLOYEE OF NOBLE BLOOD Usher in New York Hotel Wrote to Sir Wilfrid Laurier Has Been World Wanderer for Some Time and Was Once Sleeping Car Con- ductor on C. P. R. Now York. May the ball room of the Hotel Astor last night the head usher dropped a letter and the house detective picked it up. It was addressed to Sir Wilfrid Laurier, premier Canada, and was not sealed. The detective hoping to find out who had lost the letter, open- ed the envelope. It was a letter of collected, thus clearing out the kidneys, introduction for one Herbert Cowling, the, urinary passages. En lanj fr0m Lord Dou. Doans Kidney Pills are entirely vege- tabb, and may be safely taken by young J worthy of Kent. A little later on the and old. usher began making anxious hiquir- Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND TITLES ACT AND IN THE MAT- TER OF A TRANSFER FROM C, Let Doan's Kidney Pills do for you what thev have done for thousands of others ies for the letter. The detective re- thai is cure you. fused w ?ive "P without a satis- Mrs. il. Bryanton, Spring Valley, P.E.L, (factory claim of ownership, and so writes: was troubled with ray kidneys whole truth came out. for two years. They were so bad at times When You Buy Fruit Lands IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND TITLES ACT AXD.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 13, 1907, PURSUANT TO A SALE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES, AND COVERING LOT 41 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 as Plan 155-B. TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the appointment of the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart an application will be made to the pres-'Jing Judge at Judge's Chambers ai the Court House in the City of Calgary on Tuesday the 22nd day of June, 1909, j 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. T THE MATTER OF THE LAND TITLES ACT AND IN' THE MAT- TEE OF A TRANSFER FEOM C. B. BOWMAN, SECRETARY- TREASURER OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TO THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, DATED MAKCH 18, 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 BOWMAN, TREASURER OF LETHBRIDGE TO THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, DATED MARCH IS, 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 j Alberta Land Registration District, as Plan 1354 C. TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the appointment of the Hcnourabi Mr. Justice Stuart an appUcatio will be made to the presiding Judg as Judge's Chambers at- the Cour House in the City of Calgary o Tuesday the 22nd "day of 1909 at- eleven o'clock in the forenoon, fo an Order confirming the said sale o the lands above referred to, and fo such further and other Order as tc the said Judge may seem just. "i i could not cross the floor for the pain. I Herbert Cowling is the youngest sou of Lord Cowling of Levels. He fell in jtgist and got four j love with a girl of humble station and more trouble for nearly three vears now." Price 50 eta. per box, or 3 for all dealers or The T. Milburn Co., Toroato, Ont. In ordering specify C. P. R. BUSY BORING FOR OIL DATED at Lethbridge this 7lh day of May, A. D. 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge the appointment o Mr. Justice Stuart the Honourable 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, 1009, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for an Order Confirming the-said sale of I the lands above referred to, and for guch further and other Order as to said Judge may seem just. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day ?f May, A. D. 1909. C. F. P. CONTBEARE, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. j IN THE MATTER OF THE L4ND TITLES ACT AND LN THE MAT- TEE OF A TRANSFER FROM C. B. BOWMAN. SECRETARY- TREASUEER 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 of Calgary on Tuesday the 22nd day of 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 mav seem just. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day of May, A. D. 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. Wells Being Sunk at Brooks and Bas- sano and at Bow Island (Calgary Albertan) That Alberta will in a few years bear a world-wide reputation as a country rich in natural gas and oil, is the opinion of Mr. Eugene Coste, a well known Toronto mining engin- eer, who is regarded as a world-wide authority on natural gas and petro- before leum formations. displeasure of his father, who cast him off. A few months later Herbert's wife died, but even then his father and other member? of the family re- fused to recognize him. Heartbroken and disgusted he determined to cast aside the rank and title that had treated him so shamefully and as one of the plain people to work his waj around the world. His first engagement was as "boots' in the fashionable Carlton club, where he hoped to earn enough money to carry him to America. He was soon recognized there and went over to the Hotel Metropole. But the thing happened to him there, and le had earned enough money journey to America he had Supt, Price stated to an Albertan served as bellhop in the Northumber- representative last night that the Ca- i land' the First Avenue, the High Hol- nadian Pacific ailway Co. has of London and the Great East- menced boring operations at Bassano and Brooks, and that already favor- able indications of oil had been re- ceived. Boring is also going on at Sow Island, and the executive of the Canadian Pacific has made a large appropriation for the purpose of drill- ng for petroleum at these and other points along the main line of the rail- way between Medicine Hat and Cal- wy. The work will be carried on under the personal supervision of Mr. Coste rho hVs had a large experience.in ttis line. He visited the coast two years sink- ng wells, but the geological forma- ons examined on Vancouver Islanc nd at Steveston were not regardec avorable and the project was aban- oned. IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND TITLES ACT AND IN THE MA TER OF A TRANSFER FROM B. BOWMAN, SECRETARY TREASURER OF THE CITY 0 LETHBRIDGE TO THE CITY 01 LETHBRIDGE, DATED MARCH 18, 1907, PURSUANT TO A SALE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES, AND COVERING LOT 43 according t< a Plan of part of the City of Leth bridge, of record in the Land Title. 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 au Order confirming the said sale oi the lands above referred to, and for 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 MABCH 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. .1AKE 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, 'or an confirming the said sale of the lands above referred to, and for furthftr 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. CONTBEARE, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. 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 13, 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 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 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 he 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. j A Wide Experience Mr. Coste, who is a brother of Mr. Louis Coste, a civil engineer who in a consulting capacity is now makin< a report on the feasibility of deep- ening the Fraser river between New Westminster and the sea feels confi- dent that Alberta a few years hence will be reputed as one of the greatest oil-producing sections of the globe. The two locations at Bassano and Brooks, where the drills are now in use are situated near the main about 100 miles west of Calgary and considerably .west of the Medicine Hat gas field, which has already been determined to have a width of at least forty miles. Mr. .Coste made his lo- cation a. few weeks ago after a thor- ough examination of the geological formation throughout the district. In choosing a point well west of Medi- cine Hat he hopes to get well outside of that field where the heaviest pres- sure of gas exists. Up to the pres- ern in Liverpool. His first position in this country was as driver of a motor for a weal- thy ,man in Boston. Since then he has visited every city of importance in the. United States and Canada. He has always worked his way, earn- ing enough in one place to carry him on to the next. He has served in ma- ny capacities including that of me- chanic in an automobile factory, but- ler for an English family in Canada, dining car waiter, bellboy, head por- ter, and official sleeping car conduc- tor on the Canalian Pacific. He never looked for a high class po- sition because he never wanted to re- main in the sa Do you buy them for a Summer Home, or do you buy them to make you a home 12 mouths in the year and have an income from them If you do, you surely will buy in the CRESTON DISTRICT where the train runs every day in the year and located at the door of the market. can pick fruit up till twelve o'clock noon and you have this for breakfast next to 60 hours nearer than any other point. is the time to buy for land is going to advance. For Fufl Particulars write to Canyon City Lumber Company, Ltd Creston, B.C. AT THE ALASKA EXPOSITION The Hoo Hoc house on the grounds of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposi- tion to open June 1 at Seattle, will cost more than and will be the headquarters of all black cat vis- itors to the fair this sumer. Selections from the finest private art galleries in Italy, pictures, statu- ary and other art creations that have never before been taken out of the country are to be exhibited at the Exposition at Seattle this sumer. It required five flat cars composing a special train to haul the longest sin- gle "piece timber flagstaff in-the world to the grounds of the Alaska-Yukon- ame place for any Pacific Exposition at Seattle where it length of time. He says that.he nev- er intends to live in his native land again, but that after a tour of South America, upon which he expects to embark on Saturday, he will return to New York and settle down in the au- tomobile business. He will be missed on the eighth floor of the Astor to- day, and members of the' women's chibs with whom he has been popu- lar, will be astonished to learn who their head usher really was. KILLED MANY RATS Reeve of Montcalm Devised a Scheme Which Worked Well Winnipeg, May Fraser, of the "municipality .of Montcalm, has devised a scheme for the extermina- ticn of rats, but it unfortunately is too expensive for. him .to pursue a successful He saw the first rat- at his place in St. Jean last fall, and this spring .they are numer- ous enough to baffle any attempt at an estimate of their force. To rid his premises of the .pest he subsidized will be erected in place by the Wash- ington, Society, Sons- of the .American Revolution. The Japanese building on the grounds of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacifie Exposition at Seattle together with the exhibits will represent an expen- diture of more than Instead of joining a camp of field instruction at American Lake this summer the infantry, cavalry, signal corps and medical corps of the Wash- ington state militia will go into camp in July at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition at Seattle. MUST GET ON WATER WAGGON An Anti-Booze Policy Adopted for the Various Hamilton City Officials Hamilton, May is the water- wagon for the' city employees this year. Mayor McLaren and the chair- men of the committees, backed up by a majority of the council, have put their foot down on the booze game, and there have been suspensions in several departments, which will be followed by more severe treatment un- less the delinquents climb aboard the water wagon at once. Chief TenEyck is also an enemy of booze, and he is being supported in his efforts to get his men to lead sober lives while look ing after the city's business. While Jiere -have been several suspensions it is hinted more are to follow, and that several officials are on the sus- pected list. The mayor plays no fa- vorites, and it does not appear to mat ter to him how high the position is that the offender occupies or how long he has been immune from restraint in this'respect. A walking stick made from a rib the steamship Beaver, the first steam vessel on the Pacific Ocean, will be exhibited at .the Alaska-Yu- kon-Pacific Exposition at'Seattle this summer. STORK'S VISIT IS CAUSE OF DIVORCE "The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific -Expo- sition will be the most beautiful fair the .world has ever .said Ad- ent in the Medicine Hat field, no two boys of the vicinity at-two cents miral Robley E. Evans, better known (drill has yet been able, owing to the per rat. The youngsters were.-thor- as "Fighting after a visit to the grounds in Seattle. IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND TITLES ACT AND IN THE MAT- TER OF A TRANSFER FROM C. B. BOWMAN, SECRETARY- TRE-ASURER OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TO THE CITY OF LETHERIDGE, DATED MARCH 18, 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. TAftE 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 to6 23nd day of June; 1909, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for an Order confirming sale of the tends above referred to. and for such further and other to the said mty seem just, DATED at Lethbridfe this 7th day %f May, A, D. C. P..P. CONTBEARE, folMtor for the City of Lethbridfe. GREAT EVENT AT ROME Rome, May final ceremon is in the canonization of Clemen1 loffb'auer, the German redemptor- st, and Joseph Oriol, a Spanish priest f Barcelona took place in St. Pe- ers' today and was witnessed by a ast throng of people. The. pontiff entered the Basilica at. the head of striking procession included wenty cardinals and a large number f patriarchs, archbishops, bishops nd members of religious orders, the whole making a picture of extraor- dinary brilliancy. CANADIAN PACIFOC RAILWAY Excursion Rates H.v.p.e SEATTLE To New Wettminister, Vancouver. Victoria and Setttle. LIMIT CIO DAYS Tickets on sale daily, May 29th to Sept. 30th. Stopover Privileges, For farther particulars apply to S, B. MITCHELL, Agent, Lethbridge J. R. PBOCTOB, D, P. A., Gdgarj he ower sandstone strata, where the oil is con- fidently believed to exist. The influ- .-ence exerted'by, the Rocky Mountains in a past geological upheaval, it is promised, will be more favorable to drilling operations than at the centre of the basin, where gas has already been found. The Old. Glory well near Medicine Hat has an output of 000 cubic feet of gas daily. Confidant of Gas Mr. Coste is absolutely confident of the outcome of the work he has just undertaken. He was the discoverer of the famous gas field, near Kingsville in the Niagara peninsula. Millions of feet of natural gas were piped to Buffalo where it was used for light- ing and for fuel purposes. Recently the Dominion government placed an embargo on its further exportation. Mr. Coste who is a past president of the Canadian Mining Association, also located' valuable oil producing fields in Kent county, Ontario, opposite De- troit. per rat. The youngsters were thor- oughly up-to-date and went right after the coin, likewise the rats. The hog pen was the chief habitat of the rod- ents, so the boys plugged all entranc- es to their abode with the exception of one. Then one of them in the ca- pacity of chief donned a pair of mitts and stationed himself at the place of exit. One mitt wa's on either side of the hole. The partner beat up the game and chased it out through the hole. The first bag was 50 rats City Clerk Gillis will be absent from his -desk from May 24 to 29, inclusive, having been granted leave of absence to visit Lethbridge on those dates. During hia absence Con- troller Newham will act v as Albertan. boys, who soon swelled the fund to having captured 600. Then Mr. Fraser quit, though he had good rea- son to believij that had the subsidy been continued the rats would soon have been exterminated. J. J. Golden, deputy minister of ag- riculture, figures rats will increase 'this country more rapidly than else where. It has been found that in the fall they will make "their homes in wheat stooks and do a great deal o: damage. They have also eaten the bottoms out of nAny wheat bins and invaded the elevators. In southern Manitoba the rats are already far be- yond the counting number. Gi-ound has been broken at the Alas- ka-Yukon-Pacific Exposition at 'Se- attle for the great athletic stadium to seat more than people SUICIDE FEARED Prince Alberta, Sask., May Wilkinson, recently made over his homestead near Battleford to his bro- ther, with whom he was staying. On Sunday morning taking a loaded re- volver he left his brothers house. He has not been seen and the police are looking for him. Suicide is feared. Dr. J. H. King, M.P.P., Cran- brook, is going to London and Ber- city lin .to take a special course in surg- lery. ANNOUNCEMENT The North Waft Drug Store Will make ite bow the Public in a few daya with a complete line of DRUGS and STATIONERY. J. H. McCROSTlE, Plum B. Manager APRIL TRADE RETURNS Ottawa, Ont., May trade returns for April show improvement. The value of trade totals an increase of over April of last year. Imports Amounted to an increase of St. Louis, May visit from the stork, usually an agency in ce- menting home life, had the opposite effect in the lives of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel St. Genome, who were divorced in Judge William's court, the wife obtaining the decree. Mrs. St. Gerame alleged desertion in her pe- tition, but when the court asked her to Jbe more .specific she said the pri- mary cause: of the separation was. that the child last born was a boy instead of a girl. The first child, Mrs, St. Gemme said, was a boy, and her husband was anxious that the next be a girl. He was unable to restrain his disappoint- ment, the woman declared, and, ac- cording to her testimony, a quarrel ensued. This was their first quarrel, and it led to others. As a result they separated March 1, 1907. .Custody of the two children was awarded to her. She lives at Ogdon avenue. RATS MAKE RAID ON ENGLISH TOWN London, May Peterboro'" district is suffering from a visitation of rats and mice, which are found in such large numbers as to amount to a serious plague. Farmers speak of their corn stacks as being quite undermined and at the threshing is found to be earless, and well nigh worthless. In the city and especially in the older parts in the neighborhood of the cathedral the- residents are at their wits' end to- know what to do to check the ravages of the vermin. Traps are quite use- less although mice are being caught by hundreds in them. "They don't come singly but in big said the worried house- holder. Cats are at a premium and are glut- tad with mice. The sport for them however, loses much of its zest be- cause the vermin, -have become so- tame that the residents speak of them as roaming about the floors and over the tables as though they were part, of the domestic establishment. Their latest .raid has been on the post office- where they appeared in force. Eecentiy the city council debated' the question of a petition from a- number of citizens, and it was stated' that as -far as the rats were con- cerned the nuisance would, not be- abated until several streets of "old pro- perty were pulled down. FAST TRAIN DERAILED Vinta, Okla., May "Me- a fast pasenger train on the 3t. Louis sfad San Francisco By., east- bound, was derailed at midnight last night at point 22 miles west of Vinta. An unknown tramp was kill- ed and seven passengers were se- verely injured. COAL LUMP a ton delivered or a ton at mine. STEAM PLOUGH COAL 75c a ton at mine. All Coal sold C. O. D. Address postcard to ROYAL CITY ALBERTA FAIRS 29 and 30, July 1 and 2. Calgary-July 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. 6 and 7. 12 and 13. St. 3. Fort 4. 13 and 14. 3. 4, 5 and 6. 10 11 and 12. 21. 22 and 23. 24. 27. 27 and 28. 29. 30 and Oct. 1. 5. 16 and 17. 20 arid 21. Pincher 22. 23 and 24. 28 and 29. 30. 1. 5 and 6. 6 and 7. 7 and 8. Three 12, 14. 29. 6. SO and NOT. 1. 19 and 90. The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET liti Nortk of tke toilrwl ill Wnt ofWeftoiHtirU. FROM EACH TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum ;