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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5' Go to the COALDALE RESTAURANT For Good Meals and Quick Service ASSESSMENT CUT DOWN IN CLARESHOLM (Special to the Clarcsholm. May District C'ourt sut here yesterday, but there iwas little business. All lhe cases nut (j. thc one had been set lied, and in that cast, C. Funk against Cooper and Pincher Creek News DEATH OF MR. WORK AT CHURCH Pincher Creek, May public- ity con'miltee of the Chamber of toiDinerci.1, were called Uiiu'tlu-r by telephone on Krit'ay evening at live o'clock hy the chairman, T. Moore. When the usual ojnMiiup. form- INDIAN AGENT one ot the chief witnesses adverr'semenl "Of UK- town R. N. Wilson of the Blood Reserve Will Devote Time to Farming (Special ro The Herald.> .Macleod, Altu., .Mar .1. Doble, tended to, the chairman itil'onni-d j manager of the Northern Crown Bank those present.that the envelopes with :hen? has a leave of A True Saying! for defendants, not there and the case was adiounied till -September, ana trict had been printed and wen.- beiis.n distributed throughout the dilTeieut districts Members of tne various commit- appointed to have ihe matter the plaintiff getting costs oi the day. j Considerable cxciteinerit caused iji town hy the Court of Revision for 'taxes sitting last night. The council yn (I for the pllhiic.jjv hall .proved too small "and on occa- ii sions like .this -it might he advisable 'J j to use a bigger hall. There were _.; about twenty or and while the m< some gained sence and left foi1 liritish Columbia today. M. Cainpboll, manager of that Bank a'- Hish River will relieve ilr. Doblfc faeve. R. N. Wilson, atrent at Uie Blood Reserve here has resigned his position and will in future give his factory. There is no doubt that the meeting has resulted in clearing up set aSlde some polni several misunderstandings which havej Kiting a reduction. I- Ur.grmnr, existed in the minds of some of the! appeared -for J. M. Soby, electors and -it -is sow hoped thai the' arid evidence was heard at length as bylaw will receive 'the necessary three-; this appeal. The assessor was fifths majority next -Monday. .'first examined, as to the methods -he Census Commissioner Roberts has: had used in the assessment, whole attention to bib large farm near booklet, -standoff. Mr. Wilson has been Indian as to progress, and it agent here for over fourteen years ;tnd as found that in most cases prepar- 'is one of the best agents in Canada. Lions for that purpose were v.'ell -i has as 'been no word from c'linplaints i" Ottawa ae to v.-fco will succeed him ritv oi these were i way: iand -Mr. Wilson will net as agent till A committee was appointed to ar-jhis successor arrives. the matter for ihe secretary's-; On Friday the friends of W. letter heads, after which M. Or-I0- '-ynch, manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, held a banquet at moiui srave an account, of the Asso-1 0 the Savoy Cafe in his honor. 1 here Boards oi Trade nu-eting at were over forty pl.eseni Ll ban, Lethbridgt', at which he was a dele- j quet which perhaps the nicest ever held here. Mr. Lynch will leave I to fill his new r-ost as manager at and ttl SEWERAGE BY-LAW ATCRANBROOK Public Meeting Discussed Plans With Prominent 1 -i 1 IT T-'I -1 LV Engineer to get-away tonight and :t is. under-! the assessment "on his. store maiding ian church here on Kiday aiternoon. Mr_ Lynch with a handsome travellin stood .that effort" will' be made' reduced his stock was left' Ueceaspd had come to reside with his bag. Cranibrook, May well attend-j to get lhe returns in by the middle ofias assessed, J. R. Watt ap-''son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.; John R. Craig.___________, ed meeting of the ratepayers of thisijune- although in some' districts itipeareti ,-or Thomas Gay of the Queen's i M. -lones, on their advent 10 town rhe .Macleod old timers and author or'I city was held in the, Edison theatre be to-do so until tnejHotel and lhis asscssmcnt was -re-i two years ago.-Although advanced in ihe book "Ranching with Lords ami; this evening to listen- to a discussion ?d the month posslbly S0mej on the. building and 5300 rears and feeble in bodily strength he was visitor in' Macleod been holding a-class .of instruction! thereafter the'owners of other prop-j Tms. was..practically all the busi- Hat .on Monday. Earlier in with the enumerators for the census j orly as to the prices paid i'or build-! ness transacted at the meeting. district of'East Kooteuay. Same the final de-j The funeral of the late Allen -Most, of-itfie enumerators were able! ciJion on this Mr. Soby Had j Moore took, place from the 1'resbyter- i the week the members of the Board of Trade of which Mr. Lynch was of the proposed sewage bylaw which .be voted upon next Monday, the Mayor Hunt-.took the chair and by ex-Mayor" Fink, Dr. J.'H. King, 6. H. Thompson (city so- licitor) and John 'Haddin C.E. jtime in July. POULTRY FROM IRELAND London, May showing The j enormous increase .in the. Irish poultry on the "stock. Some implement agents' had alwavs a pleasant word for alii i i j Tae Maelecd Orchestra will hold i (also had their taxes on stock reduced his acquaintances. I-or some days their fim atmual in tbe Town j after -putting up a strong appeal. prior to his demise he had been com- Hail Oii the evening of the 24th of i The tax rate will he struck in June, j jdaining more than usually and cross- j May, which promises to be one of i The water pipes from thc creek are j cd the'dark' river on Thursday at the i the events season: of 77 rears. PI IT MR T L, U 15 i At The council meeting this week chief the John Gait Engineering Co., which lay. firm prepared and.drew up" the plans! and Lord Ireland we Aberdeen n'riw s now yester-1 mentioned i .5 more i and estimates of 'tie. proposed sys-jpoultry to England than all the other inps will he taken. contractor that these must of bv the end ot June or proceed-j in Mr. Haddin gave s. very j countries in Europe. interesting and lucid description of! Mr. Russell said there had been an the method arid system as j average increase of in ex-} the Tax Sales last vear. proposed by his firm and at the closejports for each of the last three years, of his address invited questions ;uporr ancUan increase of almost any point. er was in-doubt. Several questions The export--of butter-alone almost xvere put to Mr. Haddin. dealing on i equalled the export of whiskey and t-he former residents of the dis-hvas a strong representation of rate- on Friday when Mr T -Payers present, at the meeting to help i was "the honored' -uest at" a tlie mattfr a raanimous vote it w-as decided to start imme-1 points connected with the cost, size of j porter combined, and, wnen eggs were the mains and other details, and hisjadded, the two combined almost doub- replies were clear and apparently sat-jled the alcoholic expert. The town is to pay the cost of j dinner given at the Oxford and advertise for "tenders for setting confirmation by the Judge of i ant. on', the occasion oi his leaving! the construction cf the .building. As town'.for Bow Island Mr. Heap mauer was taken year's one" ot the best polo players in the council there is Hirle. left to do be- TV i i." i i u sides b.uildin? the hosoital as Pmcher Creek club, thn members of, ani Brockvi'lle js to have a mail deliv- which would, not permit of his rie- :-.v Houldry Son's pea. mill and roller, rink at Peterboro were burned with I the ,approved :-.vjy Lhe i2Sl council. The new hospi- parture from the community without jtal will be situated on the' site grant- the Ma.cICeuxis the cd lasr year near brids him -some recognition of regard'in which tlu-v held him.' Hence" and when completed will be boathoitses and two freight cars J of the finest' in the--province. Mathey.-s is in'ormg his reel estate office to bis new building on of canoes. the farewell dinn; r, which though brief, was an enjoy aide affair. The public "school cadets paraded t May 28th, To the Beautiful and Picturesque British Columbia If you are interested jn a nice home, mild climate, hunting, boating or mountain climbing, as well as a life income do not fail to look into offer for an orchard tract within reach, of everyone. Gall at our offices or write for fall particu- lars. Do not overlook the date for our first excursion, whether you buy from us or not. To all of their expenses on this trip will be applied towards the purchase of their land. Ave. L Vifrom the school -rounds to the Police orBritish Co- fl i l lumbia passed through Macleod on I odist church on Sunday morning and the coronation la-st Fri- j made a most presentable appearance .-day evening. in their uniforms en route to and R. Mackie, who, about six months from that edifice. The little fellows fes'0- sold bis shoe business here to E. marched with The discipline ami left for Scotland, has i returned and will start in the shoe lanty. or veterans ro tne heat ot the j business .again in the building .re- drum, and are a credit to their com- cently vacated by J. Graham ou Sec- mander and instructor, Dr. Wright. The telephone gang of men who for oud Ave. The Macleod Branch ot the United Farmers of Alberta, intend holding a the past two months heea on the Island Park on the 24th i placing the old wires with cabins jot' May which promises to be a grand through the town, conciiidod ihoir j affair. There will be several speeches df ivered farmers among whom are Pres.'Bower, of the U. F. A.. and Secretarj- E. J. .Fream. During! v and leave x-r JlwUcjne on Aumday. Auction sales continue to be of frc- For small or medium sized bath rooms recess or "built-in" bath tubs are great savers of space. These fixtures are made for tiling into a recess in the wall or into a corner of the bathroom. Economy of space alone makes this style of fixture highly desirable. The fact that the base is -entirely closed in prevents accumulation of dust and moisture under the tub. And if the fixture bears the label you may be sure that the. design and finish are the best obtainable. Isn't it time you were installing new T Ij the afternoon there will be all kinds qiienfoccurrencc in this district. The of sports includin latest announcenLents in that sales at Mrs. Mackin's. arrt Fred -Stolx, three-miles From TV in baseball and a pa- ------is being e'rected in order there may be dancing. The So.uth Mae- leod Band and Orchestra will be in at- tendance. T i-i t; i-ifLVC. Dufy manager ot the Macleod sood season. The team ranch ot Messrs P. Bums Co, asked to to on i2-a of May but it not known w branch the Macleod Team, .which 'resulted in a win for the Bankers by a scrore of 61 to There is a lor of good material in'Macleod this year for' a cricket learn and we should have a has the whe- Butie, on June 3rd and 2nd, respect- ively. Street cleaning was the order jtdav during tiie past week in the days. j nicipality. A new crossing-has been M1'- Dufty a of about six meat-markets in .the toliicreS tmfficjTr] cimty of CranbrooK. His successor inadequate. The new par ij-cmui. LU.I t ii- sa IJUL oi, ,wil1.leave lor that town in j ther ,hey wiu yet i placed opi'osiie the Bank of Com- merce and a gang of men have been building a fence around t-he nuisance ii ground. j The disposal of W. A. Fraser's riry j goods and clothing stock by'the Chi- i casro Sales Co merrily on. Though the date has not yet been [definitely decided upon, the comic j opera, "The- Isle- of SpiceM, will be Splayed here at an early date. i Ever since v-be rain storm the vea- thcr here has been of the ''growing" kind. F'or a surety the-farmers' in I this districi. are receiving- every en- courageuient from the thcv will do the rest. This is a promotion for as he will now charge The C. P. R. Co. commenced work 1 Manuel L. is to urge upon congress the wisdom, of granting self-government 'to the. Phil- lippines. is .one of. the resident com- inissioners elected to act as the Fili- pinos' mouthpiece. Mr.: Quezon de- i Clares it to be his belief that his peo- Oii' enlarging their freight shed here, 1 pie are capable of sell-government. here is not ret known. There are many Macleod 'people in- tending to go to Cowley on the 24th part when finished will be .the same size j as the present shed without the 01- i fice a-nd will therefore double tbe pres- i to attend the'races there, in which The Compiuiy have ,-il- Imperfect Kidney Action Causes Rij.euraatism several Madeod horses have been jso iaiely e'rected another ice house i Rheumatism with its kindred-ailments" cmro-ror] T ho Pnlrt rai-rn i_ i T___l____ T-ir____ -N-_ -vr _ ,_- entered. The Macleod Polo team also play, in the tournament to be held there on that day. A cricket match was played here today between a team of Bankers and Wry TsTeck, Neuralgia, etc., J. Bremner, of Edmonton, arrived in I usually-results from lodgments of uric Macleod tonight and will spend his -11 the Joints holidays with his parents here. .'CENSUS ENUMERATORS Now tbe chief function of the kidneys is to properly "filter this poison from the blood. Only when they lail to do this is Limited P. Q. BOX 679 TELEPHONE 1212 Lethbridge Hotel Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Can Be Cured, A. r. .-Vancouver, and 11. X Galer; of ...Spokane, of the, R'pyal (.'oll-fprics, at- Royal In- ternaiioiiar'Coal Co., and other m in ing enterprises, are in the city today.-" .Mr Fkimmerfelt- went to the I-foval '.'ollieries this morning. Seen by Hie 1-Ternld, lie.said'he had system! East Kooteiuiy riivision, over which Mr. T. M. Roberts, of this city, will ael :is commissioner. '-gathered in town for ihe purpose of receiving instructions in the work to be per- This disease is the--ail- j formed oy thorn. malady of civilized life, and one which j enumerators are as follows: oftenest baffiss all ordinary treatment..: M VVrenn. It rise to a great variety of distress- i H. R. Mnoclie. (Jeo. E. ing5 symptoms, such as distress after'Golden; if. Mumon. Athelmer; H. eating, rising and souring of I Daw.son. F. Kimjiton, Win- in the stomach, heartburn, etc. i i-lermeve. Nearly everything that enters a'weak j Fernie i-i. dyspeptic stomach "-ftrts as an Jay. McKechnic. Morrisscy; hence the great difficulty of effecting IKli-ner McKt-e. Hosmer; .Murray F.l- cure. I'dsr. Mu-he'i: Ii. Jlogers. Coal The lone: train of distre.ssing'sy'mptb'ms, i Creek; llavry Fcrnio. K-hich render life a burden to the victim j Ci-jjibrook 6f tiyspepsfo. may be promptly, cured jr-ron, S. .1? H. Dovie. Cran- by the tiso of Burdock BJocxi Bitters. jbiDok; -J. P. Far'rell. Moyic; Geo. A.1 regulates liver snd jl-iayes. Fort Sf.eeio: A. E. Carter.! bowels, "stimulates of .the r.alivn A. 23. Smith, .X, ij a.nd juice to facilitate flicrer-rion, Harrison, Cranbrook; C. A. .Mackav. purifies and tones up the entiie j Aioyie. FOR K'OOTENAYi Rheumatism probable. (Cr.-inbrook Kidney weakness starts in .various nsns enumerators "lor the i A a-ftcr freely, sometimes settles in the- kidneys _N-B., I have used Burdock Blooti e supply Roundarv l.ounrtarj that wafc Bitters ami find that few medicines can j Fort. Steele. give such relief in-dysyvepsio- and stomach'j I for a number UNOW of years with dyspepsia, could get no !w relief until I tried Burdock Bitters. ;vs "He had jiKSi reUirnc'd from spending r.he winter in California and i.s now way cast to Montreal j and other eon UPS. Asked how the iry. y.v. I had won! that tlir eiioiiirh 10 last till May 23. to- n-morrow, .iiui would then have'to close. -n-4 n Maniiiaetiirc'-i oniv ov i SS; down, nflO or men Toronto.'OaL The census of the Indians in the i Bast. Ko-ot.enay district win be taken' Indian Agent R. L. T. Galbraith, of! CREEK (Special to the Herald) ljfncher Creek, May earlv and I can now eat. anything wjihoui it'morning snow been fallinc Granby smelter' hurting me. 1 will hiahly re-ommend it -h fi f, ,ands has'onro arC a.smned a wim.ry Tb" 11 T slorm was preceded bv a down- Maniifaetiircd onlv by lhe x. Miloura pour of rain of snort duration Sunday aitenjoou. i- an unusual strain may cause it. Poisons which should be filtered out- of the system are pumped-back into the blood, causing Uric Acid, the rear cause of. Rheumatism, Lumbago, Wry Neck, Neuralgia, etc. In the early stages Nyal's Stone.Root Compound will stop ifJ Will start your kidneys working, prop- erly so that the Uric Acid is reabsorbed and eliminated. Away goes your Rheumatism -with it. Perhaps these early warning twinges have passed unheeded, and your Rheu-" matism has become deep seated. Muscles a'.l snarled up in knots as it were. Then you'll need Nyal's Rheumatic Cure. Ask your own druggist about. these remedies. His opinierv.-is -worth while. Soid and guaranteed ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE One for each everyday. ;