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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta tCTHBRIDOf, ALBEATA, THURSDAY, MAY 27, Notice IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND TITLES ACT AND IN THE MAT- TER OF A TRANSFER FROM C E. 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 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 applies tion 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 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 IK 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 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 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 GUY OF LETHBRIDGE, DATED MARCH IP, 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 tMp 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 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, to an Order confirming the said sale of the lands above referred to, and lor 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 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, NOTICE >'hat pursuant to the appointment oi 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. ANNOUNCEMENT The North Ward Drug Store Will make its bow the Public ia a few with a complete.iiue of DRUGS and STATIONERY. J. H. McCROSTIE, Phm. B. Manager 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 oi 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 he appointment of the Honourable tfr: Justice Stuart an application will be made to the presiding Judge at Judge's Chambers at the Court louse 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 he lands above referred to, and for uch further and other Order as to he said Judge may seem just. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day 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 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 puwuant to the appointment of the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart an application will be made to the presiding Judge mt Judge's Chambers at the Court House in the City of Calgaryon Tuesday the 22nd day of June, 1909, at o'clock in the forenoon, for an Or4er confirming the eaid sale of the landi above referred to, and for such further and other Order as to the laid Judge just. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day of May, A. D. 1909. C. F. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND TITLES ACT AND IN THE TER OF A TRANSFER FROM C. B BOWMAN, SECRETARY TREASURER OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TO THE CITY OF LETHBiRIDGE, LATED MARCH 18, 1907, PURSUANT TO A SALE FOR ARREARS OF TAXES, AND COVERING LOT 51 according to a Plan oi part of the City of Leth- bridge, of record in the Land Titles Office, for the South Alberts, Land Registration District, M 150-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 oonnnninff the aaid the landi tbove referred to. and tor further and other Order as to the said Judge may seem jast. DATED at Lethbridge this 7th day cf May, A. Solicitor for the City of Letbbridfe. N 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 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 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 OlT 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 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 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. ALBERTA FAIRS 29 and 30, July 1 5- and 10- Camrose-October 6 and 7. 12 and 13. St. 3. Fort 4. 13 and 14. 3. 4, 5 and 6. 10 11 and 12. 21. a 22 .and 23; 24. 27. 27 and 28. 29. 30 and Oct. 1. 5. 16 and 17. 20 and 21- Pincher 22. 23 and 24. 28 and 29. 30. 1. 5 and 6. 6 and 7. 7 and 8. Three Hills-October 12. 14, 39- 6, 30 and NOT. 1. 19 and 90. Rev. Dr. Carman, general superin- tendent of the Methodist Church is leaving for Western Canada tomor- row. Sir Robert Perks addresses the Em- pire Club of Toronto tomorrow on 'The relation of the Liberal Party of England to the Colonial Problem." M I Ring Up 108 When yon wmnt DRAYING Done promptly tad t satisfactorily JOHN BRODIC Richard the Brazen Serial Story By C Townsend Brady and Edward Peple licloas. I don't believe ed In all lilt life, did "Don't know, I'm drawled Richard lazily. "I curb nil tongue from heceaalty. Toe fellow Inclined to be loquacious. At timea I am forced on him." Miss Benwyck laughed. "Do you aaid, "you are becoming an American very rapidly 1 Really, I am beginning to be quite vain of my emcees with a Jrst pnplL" "My dear young the Texaa answered in a tone half banter, half in earnest, which was deeper than sbe dreamed, "if you should wish it I'd gladly Again Hiss Benwyck laughed till tbe silvery echoes reached the earn of Michael Corrigan, who lounged on front Teranda. "By" he chuckled to him- self as he rubbed his handa in tne manner characteristic of him, young man is making In the evening when Mr. Benwyck came up from the city Mr. Oonigaa took him aside and related tbe day's experience with the tramp, suggesting that a detective be employed while the valuable lot of diamonds was in tbe bouse. The two gentlemen, as has alp ready been stated, never fot on to- gether peaceably. If one of tbem of- fered a suggestion the other found son to combat it vigorously, and in thta case Mr. Benwyck took the opposite side with a vengeance, pookpoohlng the possibility of theft from start to finish. "Why. my dear he said IB a tone of undisguised scorn, "what say Is nonsense, pure and simple. The bouse is equipped from top to bottom with a perfect system of burglar alarms, which I set myself each night Unless there is collusion with person on the Inside I not only defy any light fingered gentleman to enter, but 1 give him a cordial invitation te try. No, sir! If you want to put GatUnc gun. in your own boose, do ae by all means. In mine I have no room for artillery or an army of Plnkertous. Now, don't you see how absurd you arer "All right" assented Mr. Corrigan. Tve waned you, and thafs all I've get to say. They're not my "Just wait a moment HtebaeV said Mr. Benwyck, walking after him. 1 want to show yon what an Idiotic stand yon have taken. Ton jay the has a cast in his eye. Tery good; HI admit that, but I venture to say that in tbe state of New York there are from twenty to thirty thousand people with casts in their eyes. Ton claim that it to a mark of rascality. I dent'agree with yon. My own father had a cast in his "Don't doubt it In the least" supped Mr. Corrigan. 'That explains It I've often "Come, laughed Mr. wyck; "yon gain nothing by being per- aenal. But listen. Ton saw a man in tke you coolest yoa only glanced at immediately recognised him as a bristly murderer wbe has committed tbe crime of being hungry. Did you see murderer No. 1 get off the train? Ne, of coorte not He is probably dining ia tbe bosom of Ms tremble bat honest family, whfle you, my 4aar sir. are aching te dap him In Ike penitentiary." Mr. Bem- wyck paused to laugh. "Really, Mi- chael, you amuse me. Age to stole for bad eyesight perhaps, but tt to your poor old brain that troubles me. You have developed Into a fussj eld Micnsela Corrigan, spinster, sixty-one and afraid to say to a bat" _ The oid lawyer suddenly In Us walk and tbrust the ferrule of his cane deep Into the gravel path. be aeid in a tone of sup- pressed anger, "that will do. You have gone Just a little too far. l told you what I thought without any with for an argument and now I'll tell yor something else. I don't care whether you lose your diamond! and plate or .not What's more. I hope you will. Goodnight" Be bad intended staying for dinner, bat changed bis mind and swung rap- idly away, while Mr. Ren wyck looked after him, laughing merrily. "Oh, I aay, Mkbaelar he called. "Don't forget to look under your bed tonight You might find a burglar wltn a cast Injils eye." For once Mr. Benwyck had got tbe better of his brother-in-ltw, and the fact pleased him Immensely. "The poor old granny P he muttered as he went into bouw. "Upon my word, I'm astonished at hlmr It may be stated .that contrary to Mr. Cdrrigan's denial, 'that gentle- man, did take further Interest in tbe possible burglary, if only to prove his own theory. On the following night three private detectives came out to Irvington and stole separately to tbe lawyer's house. About 11 o'clock, ac- companied by Mr. Corrigan in person, they concealed themselves at various points of vantage on tbe Benwyck place and awaited The night was damp 'and excellent weather conditions for a housebreaklng party, bat with vantages for amatear: detectives at the advanced-Age Beyond a touch of rheumatUm Mr. Corrigan bagged nothing, and tiie morning found bun.a very disgruntled old gen- tleman. However, tbf re was a humor- ous to tbe vigil, and with this the old lawyer consoled himself. be chuckled-'TheJoke's on me this time, but I wouldn't have Ja- cob find it not for a thousand cash." Meanwhile Mr, Ren having scored decisively on Uncle Mlcbael. enjoyed bis dinner, a victor should. He was in tbe best of spirits, not alone because of big triumph, but because of certain cheerful developments which had come to light at the meeting of the stockholders of bin new deep water harbor company. He' was so elated over his certain success that be cast out broad bints which were mystifying enigmas to all pVeseut with tbe excep- tion of Richard, who understood only too well To him they meant tbe col- lapse of bis father's cherished hopes, while be, a dutiful son, was forced ti sit calmly and watch an enemy gloat Dinner was scarcely over when call- ers were announced. They were old friends of tbe family, claiming the at- tentiou of Mr. and Mrs. Reuwyck and ilLio Sc-uernierly< which left the four young people to own devices.. For this Richard .thanked the visitors fervently and wandered with .Miss Harriet across the lawn, where they seated themselves on. a favorite beach and enjoyed a long and uninterrupted chat Had Uncle Mfcbae) been present instead of sulking in hto lonely bach- elor borne be might have had cause to exchange bis frowns -for chuckles, -In view of 'the fact that a certain young scamp was assuredly making progress. The progress wns not of tremendous moment after all. yet Richard forgot tbe troublous harbor company and all else. Indeed, besides tne lady and him- self. Miss Harriet In tugging at a rose- bush bad wounded her finger with a tiny thorn, and the Texan, at once be- came far more solicitous than be would (To Be Continued.) Tne Mberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lot! Dflrtt of the tiilnti ail Not of WntriMter U. FROM f 4% EACH One-third cash, one-third 6 It- Interest 6 per cent, per annum HVHi HlWlirijIJ HPi ww i 1 WWM A TYPE OF HYPOCRITE You have no doubt run ac- rotss the merchant who contin- bemoans the practice of people buying from the depart- mental stores at Winnipeg and Toronto. He is with us -always and we don't blame him for protesting against the practice. People should pat- afc rtmize the local merchants. They should cover themselves with Lethbridge blankets, they. should use Lethbridge brick and Lethbridge cement blocks when building, they should put Kaymond sugar in their tea, and, this is what we want to t impress at this minute, they should get their envel- opes and letter paper and other printing from the local if. printer. It is a funny thing, but it is nevertheless, That some of the people who jfr howl most about building up Lethbridge, patronizing home 4c industries and throwing Ea- if. ton's and Simpson's catalogues if. in the furnace, are the first if. persons to give an order to the 4c travelling stationery man, who will supply envelopes at a fig- if. ure less Jlhan the local print- if. er. That sort of a citizen is a 'if. hypocrite. if. The printing offices in this city today pay out a big wage if bill. Their employees patron- if. ize local merchants, the news- if. papers boost the city, give the if. citizens prominence when they "tf. are doing something credit- able, and keep their names if. out of the paper when they are figuring in police court. if. Yet, the oily tongued, if. non-tax-paying; non-wage- if. paying travelling sales- man from Winnipeg catches some of these citizens with an if. order, because his price is a if. little lower. What if the rest if. of' mortals followed the same if. practice? Most of the buying if. in this city would be done by if. mail order. As a matter of if. fact there is too much talk- 'ab- if. out "Building up Lethbridge" if. and too little practice. If we if. want to- build up Lethbridge if. we want to get together, pa- if. tronize each other and run the peddlers and mail order .cat- alogues out to the scrap .heap. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE UAD OFFICE, TQROKTO SflTABUUUD t. E- WAXXIK, AIXZAJTDCK JUttD, Gmiral Xauafsr Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES MRS. STIRLING IS AGAIN SHOW GIRL London, May John Alex- ander Stirling, the former American .actress, from -whom her husband re- cently- secured a divorce in an Edin- burgh court, returned" to the stage last night as a "show girl" in "Our Miss Gibbs" at the Gaiety Theater. In an interview she said that circum- stances compelled her to "return to the stage to earn a living. She also hoped to save a little money to meet the expense of appealing against the decision in the recent suit. T. E. PATTERSON. Office, Oliver Block. Phone J87. BOUSE AND two lots on Coutts near London Bd. Price f1100 ash. 40 ACRES TO LEASE IN 5 OE 10 acre tracts. 40 ACBES FOR SALE IN 5 OR 10 acre tracts. Close to Lethbridge, easy terms. M -ACRES IN NOBTH WA'RD- Gbod house, to lease on easy terms. The MW Travellers' Cheques recently inued by thU Bank are most i ia which to carry money when travelling. They are issued ia dent and aad tbe exact amount payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, and Switzerland itated on tbe lace of each cheque, while in other they are payable at current The and all inforaatioo regarding Item may be obtained at every oi sftheBeflk. 13 U Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse, Manager SMOKER'S HEART IN CHILD UNDER FOUR London, May case of smok- er's heart in a child 3% years old, which has been''discovered in Oxford- shire, is now the subject of a special investigation by the Oxfordshire in- vestigation' committee. The case was discovered during the medical inspection tf. the school chil- drenand it is said that the Jather has trained the child to smoke, and sup- plied him with ten cigarettes a day. The man makes maaey it is said, by exhibiting Kis little son's accomplish- ment. This remarkable case aroused great interest yesterday in medical circles in London. "Smoker's heart is not a heart specialist said. "It follows therefore, that this child must have smoked. Of course, in so young a child very few cigarettes would be sufficient to bring about that condition which in adults we cal smoker's heart, and which takes the form of irregularity of pause followed by one or two heavy beats, then a "succession of-quick and small beats, and then a pause AN ANSWER EXPECTED London, Free Hall is being filled two or three times daily by crowds that excel in eagernes any- thing seen in heat of a general eke- tieo campaign in the emotional city of Toronto. The cause of it is one man, a former gypsy, rejoicing in the name of Smith. His story is the sim- ple one of Calvary. It is the old ry. What is there about Smith that thus attracts the multitude? Became his story is regularly told from hun- dreds of pulpits in the land and there is no crush for seats' at least in most of the churches, AT DUFFERIN ST, Monday Next, MY 31st AT 2 O'CLOCK Frank G. Waddington Is favored with instruction! from the Excntort of the late B. Morton Jones, Esq. to by pnbHc auct- ion in the premises at abWe the superior EFFECTS 3-piece parlor suite in ma- liogany, occasional chairs, massive oak extending dining table, set. of oak dining chairs, mission oak china mission oak sectional hook case, 1-4 cut oak ditto, oak flat top office desk, handsome hearth suite, Oriental dining room carpet, drawing TOQin solirl oak and stand, brass mounted bedsteads, -springs, mattresses, china, cut glass, plate, <'Happy Thought" range, kitchen utensils, etc. GOODS on view Saturday, May 29th from IQtilU Telephone 261 Auctioneer's Office 410 Bound Street. City When You Buy Fruit Lands Do you buy them for a Summer Home, or do you btty them to make you a home 12 months in the yea; and have an income from them If you do, you surely will buy in the CRESTON DISTRICT where the train runs everyday 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 Fun writt to Canyon City Lumber Company, Ltd. Creston, B.C. ;