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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHBRIDOt, ALTA., WEDNESDAY. MAY 21, 1909. TML.K V Say old man don't get disheartened just because your first investment went wrong. The country is full of good things, 111 give you "pointer." You may lose money sometimes but not all the time, failures to make money comes from fear, grit is the biggest asset you can own. PLUCKls the mould in which money is minted. Get in on the ground floor. Buy Burdett lots today. Don't wait until the price has advanced 300 to 500 per cent. Buy now and reap a harvest, Burdett lots are a safe, sure and profitable investment HATCH COONS and WEBER REALTY CO., Agents for Lethbridge._____ Notice IS 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 38 according to a Plan c-f part of the City of L'eth- bridge, of record in the Land Titles Office, for the South Alberta Laud 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 ther 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- TEE OF A TRANSFER FROM C. B. BOWMAN, SECRETAiRY- 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 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 pres-'Jing Judge at Judge's Chambers at the Court House in the City of Calgary on Tuesday the 22nd day of June, 1909, 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. LETHBRIDGE TO THE CITY'OF LETHBKIDGE, DATED MAECH 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 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 Calgarv on Tuesday the 22nd day of 1903, 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 i the said Judge may seem just. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day cf May, A. D. 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. N N O U NXC E M E: N North Ward Drug make its bow the Public in a few days with a complete line of DRUGS and H. McCROSTIE, Phm. B. Richard the Serial Story By C Townsend Brady and Edward Peple IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND 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 ARREAiRS 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 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, 1H09, 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 13, 1907, PURSUANT. TO 'A SALE FOR ARREARS. OF TAXES, AND COVERING LOT 43 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, au Order confirming the said sale of -the lands above referred to, and for such farther and other Order as to the said Judge may seem just. at Lethbridge this 7th day of May, A. D. 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEAEE, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND TITLES ACT AND IN THE MAT- TER OF A TRANSFER FROM C. p urvWFAN 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 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. 2AKE NOTICE that pursuant to the appointment of the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart an application will be made to the presiding Judjje at Judge's Chambers at the Court House in the City of Calgary on Tuesday the 22nd day of June, 1909, eicvcii O CiOCK in connnnina: 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- i TER OF A TRANSFER FROM C: B. BOWMAN, 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 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. i 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. FIG PILLS .Restore Failing Energy They make well and healthy the diseased liver and kidneys, making them perform their functions. this, they purify your blood and make the run-down ailing ones feel liko new again. Try a cents and see how quickly you note the change. For sale by Alberta Drue Co. 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 AKREARS 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, 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 af 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 Mav, A. D. 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. V TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The cornerstone of a new Methodist Church at Fernie, was laid yesterday. Rev. Mr. Sedgworth, who has just completed his studies at McMaster University, Toronto, has accepted the pastorate of the Baptist Church at Windsor, Ont. Through the exertions of some ladies ten rooms were added last year to the Elliott Home for the Aged in Saloonkeeper Murders a Swede for Asking for Change Creston, May morn- ing about two o'clock a saloonkeeper named Carlquist at Copeland, nine miles south of the boundary line be- low Creston, shot and killed a Swede whose name was unknown. The Swede accused him of taking 50c. too much and Carquist- remarking "take your change out of this" pulled his pistol and shot him dead. Later when all was still Carlquist .dragged the body to a slough, but be- ing observed by another man, he em- ptied his gun on him, slightly wound- ing him. Carlquist then fled, taking about with him, to Port Hill and into Canada, but doubled back on his tracks and was caught today this side of Bonner's Ferry. 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 10 THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE. DATED MARCH -13, PURSUANT TO A SALE FOR AUREA'RS OF TAXES, AND COVERING LOT 110, BLOCK F, according to a Plan of part of the City of Lethbridge, of record in the Guelph, which previously had thir- teen. It was the- gift of the late Geo. Elliott. Wm. Thoburn, M.P., has donated to a new hospital at Ont. A local option campaign has been organized in Georgetown, Ont. The assessment of Seaforth, Ont., is and the population Milton's assessment, in- crease population, Mr. John D: C. MeFeiggan, as- sessor and tax eollecter of Gait, Ont., has resigned. The town of .Clinton, Ont., has 14 miles of excellent cement sidewalk; and it is said that a few more miles will be added this year. Col, H. Rogers, postmaster at Peter- boro, Ont., for many years has re- signed. Albert Stratton, brother of J. R. Stratton, M.P., succeeds_ him. It is rumored that Joseph E. Sea- gram, will be offered the nomination in North Waterloo to contest the seat in the bye-election, against William Lyon McKenzie I CANCER NOT CONTAGIOUS -New York. N. May cannot get cancer by eating fish, meat or vegetables, or anything else, nor by drinking water, liquor, or any li- quid according to the ex- perts on cancer of medical faculty of Columbia University. These eminent specialists say that cancer is neither contagious nor infectious. One of the cancer specialists said that cancers are not germ diseases. CAM ROSE BOOMS Calgary, Cana- dian Northern commenced cutting brush and grading at Qamrose two days ago, and the advent-of railroads has put new life into the town. The j "Do you sue said, "were are times when you remind me so of a man I chanced to meet "The Richard asked. She made no answer, but flushed and gave rein to her eager horse, while the Texan spurred after her. laying a firm hand upon her bridle arm. "And if I were he would it make a difference difference, I mean. In -winning your respect and trust, "How absurd you she laughed In swift Interruption. "Have I not giv- en you both already? My cowboy Is but a memory, and gracious, how late It's getting! We shall never be In time {or dinner! If Richard and Miss Harriet enjoyed their afternoon, the same could not be said of Bills. For three long boors the servant did penance for his sins, knowing not which ached the MB bead, his heart or his tender feet To walk wai agony. To Bit was to Buffer with a gnawing, burning htat that ever increased as his feet began to At the end of the first half hour determined to run away, to hide himself somewhere In the wildtr- ntss of New York, where his master might seek for him In vain. Immedi- ately, however, t, stumbling block pre- sented itself. To get Into the boots had been difficult To get out of them proved to be an utter Impossibility, and. to run anywhere with such an agonizing handicap was out or question. True, he might hare cut 'them off, but. In view of the thought of crows and knuckle beues he preferred to bear his martyrdom. Richard found Mm seated on the edge of the bathtub, with his feet In half an Inch of. warm muti- neer reduced, like his boots, to a piti- able pulp% j "Hello, Sichard asked cheerfully, "what's "Mf the valet walled, "for Gawd's sake, 'elp me, sir, for Td rather 'ave you shoot me In the parts penencea chauffeur, who gave his as Peter "Wilson, but whose address had not been ascertained up to a late hour last night. The police are making In- quiries. The above paragraph chanced to catch the eye of a certain Mr. Loger, who had taken the morning train for Chicago. He was an Intimate friead of old Bill Williams and would have gone to look after the son himself ex- cept that urgent business necessitated the" continuance of his Journey west Mr. Loger therefore wired his friend from Pittsburg. stating that Richard bad been hurt and lay at the point of death hi a New York hospital. On receiving this startling.Informa- tion the father became greatly agi- tated. He had not beard from Richard for several days and. had begun to worry even before the receipt of Mr. Lager's telegram. He wired at to the St Regis, where be knew his son to be stopping, and received an answer to the effect that Richard Williams had not been seen since the previous Monday morning, though his dress salt ease and other belongings were in room No. 026. which had not been given up. BUI who lored his son as be loved no other being on earth, com- mitted the deep water harbor end Im- provement business to his most trust- ed subordinate, although affairs had reached a critical stage, and started for York on a special train." other newspaper Item appeared In the social column under the head of "Gossip." It read as follows: On Trlday of pFMvnt WMk an tntortaiiuusnt will sjlrtn In beautiful oountry of' Mr. Jacob lUnwrck. at Irvlnfton-on-thVHudaon, innnf ether a llttla act will pnumittd, entitled aad. Bird." In which IClu .Chltteadon, of Mawra'a charming- win part of charmlnir- and Bcnwyck will leading role, weartnr a ooatome or- dered ipwdally for ooeaaton and famow Rwnwyck eater- wot doesn't count than wear these "ere j talamenv understand. U liven to a few la honor of a dla-> T. P. surveyors invaded the dis- j spent" blasted boots fer another Williams, sir, If you'll be so good." "That'll cost me a pair of boots to thought Richard over his cigar as he dismissed the wretched valet to seek relief below stairs. "But I rather think It was money well trict and for the past two weeks have been busy running a. line from the north to the south. IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND TITLES ACT AND IN THE MAT- TER Or A TRANSFER FROM C. B. BOWMAN. 8ECRETABT- TREASXTRER OF THE CITY OF 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 13 1907. PURSUANT TO A SALE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES. AND COVERING LOT 52 according to a Plan of part of the City Leth- bridge, of record in the Land Titles Office, for the South Alberta Land Registration Plan 155-B. TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the appointment 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 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 just. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day of May, A. D. 1902 Solicitor for the City of Lethbndge. Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE .i .M> ft M> MJI T. E. PATTERSON, Oliver Bloct. Phone 287. WiL'Y ------i _ .f. L Land Titles Office, for_the South Ring, M.P., that he will accept. Alberta Land Registration District, i Edmonton is paying nearly as Plaa 1354 C. for a site for a hay market. TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to j 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 01 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 SOUSE AND two lots on Coutts near London Ed. Price ash. 40 ACRES TO acre tracts. LEASE IN 5 OR 10 40 ACRES FOR SALE IN 5 OR 10 acre tracts. Close to Lethbridge, easy terms. 10 ACRES IN NORTH WARD- Good house, to lease on easy terms. COAL LUMP So .00 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 The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET Lot! North of the Railroad aid West ofWestniPiterdd. FROM EACH TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 8 per cent, per annum L 0a Hi CHAPTER XIH. N Wednesday morning two Items appeared in one of the New York newspapers, neither of which would strike a cas- ual reader as being important; but, so far as this narrative is concerned, they led to complications. The first was an obviously exaggerated report and read as follows: TEXAN FATALLY INJURED. Mr. Richard Williams, son of the fa- mous millionaire and cattle king of San Antonio. Tex., was severely injured on Sunday last in an automobile accident. He was taken to Luke's hospital, where our reporter called last Mr. Williams was too prostrated by the shock to -be interviewed, but learn from, one In authority that the young1 man la suffering from concussion of the brain, besides sustaining a fracture of the shoul- der and Internal injuries. The accident to. carelessnesa or an meat. Lord Flts-Clar- do Courcy Howard, earl of CroylandL The affair promiMi an unuauany brilliant This breeiy but otherwise unremark- able item caught the attention of one Jack a gentleman povsewed of much ingenuity, some varied experi- ence, quite a collection of aliases and a passion for acquisition. He had re- ceived no invitation to the tioned social function, though, be hoped to profit thereby In ways best known to nirnself. Mr. Michael Corrigan, returning from a business meeting In the city, took the 12 o'clock train for Irvlngton and went into the smoker, where he seated I himself and lighted a short black pipe, the pet aversion of his refined broth- er-in-law, Jacob Renwyck, who visited most of his disgust upon his unfortu- nate wife. His business transactions In the city evidently pleased Uncle Mi- chael vastly, for that gentleman kept chuckling to himself and rubbing his plump white bands In the manner of one. upon whom good fortune bas scended suddenly.. After a lu ......ti-.m was ur- rested by riu'ii on t'.ie oppo- site him. They in a whispered conversation wbile they ate their lunch from a bnnvn paper parcel. To a casual observer there was noth- ing unusual In the appearance of the two passengers. They were roughly clad, unshaven and apparently poor, having the air of workingmen out of a job. Mr. Corrigan would probably have not noticed them at all except that one of better looking, who If he had been shaved and well clad might have been called good look- a slight cast In his eye, a physical blemish which the'.old gentle- man bad. ever regarded as. a sort of name plate on the front door of a scala- wag. He saw the man only a moment or two-before getting out of the tram, and In the stress of far more impor- tant matters the Incident passed out of his mind. It was recalled later on. He was sitting on the front porcb of Eestmore. where he had just taken luncheon, when a tramp entered the place and timidly to the house, begging for food in the usual sional Mr. Corrlgun had small patience wttb tramps and was about to order him off the place when something changed his mind. The fellow had a cast .in his eye. He MCOfnixfeu It gixuck the old gentleman at once as being singular that .this man should claim to starving when not two hours before be had been eating heart- ily from a brown paper parcel In the train. did not usually travel by Inside of them, at any was an additional catiM for suspicion. Uncle Michael 'deter- mined to Investigate the.matter tber, so be led the tramp to back. of the bouse, where a plate of bread and meat was set before him. He sparingly for a hungry man, but took in the premises with a seemingly care- less eye, wnDe the account be gave oC himself was far from satisfactory. He claimed to bare come from Albany on foot, as was shown by travel stain- ed condition of his shoes, which was clearly a lie. for Mr. Corrigan bad seen bin: traveling In an entirely oppo- site direction and was more convinced than ever that a( cast In the eye the brand of a scoundrel. He declined to give the fellow money and watched him suspiciously until fee lift the place, feeling Instinctively that some- thing would biCug him back again. Richard, wbo was sitting on the lawn with Miss Harriet, bad also the tramp as he limped through the open carriage gate Into the road. Bins bad ridden over to Tarrvtown la quest of pipe tobacco for hie master and was stopped by the vagrant st the en- trance of the drive; Richard saw him bend In his saddle, confer with the man for a moment or two, then turn Into the stable yard. Presently he .re- appeared and crossed.to his master with the tobacco which he had se- cured. "Navy Capstan, m' be triumphantly, "the kind wot yoa smokes at 'ome, sir." said Richard. "By tbs way, Bills, what was that queer look- Ing beggar saying to you Just now Bills started slightly, as one' ashamed of being seen in such evil company. fllOh, 'Irn? Tes, Wy, awskin' his way to the station, A rum sort, I calls Jim, sir, beggbV! your pardon "Yes, yes, Richard reproved, with a show of impatience. "Thatwfll do. You may go." The valet bowed respectfully and- departed, while Miss Harriet looked at her companion in polite surprise.- "Why are you so short with she asked. "To me be Is perfectly When You Buy Fruit Lands Do you buy them for a Summer Home, or do you 'buy them to make you a home 12 months 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. NOW is the time to buy for land is going to advance. For Fuii Particulars write to Canyon City lumber Company, Ltd. Creston, B.C. _ ;