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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTHBftlDOE, ALTA., THURSDAY, MAY 27, II OUR LET PER BOX. THE FIRE DEPARTMENT Former Chairman of the Committee Criticizes Present Council Mr. Editor have read with con- siderable interest your reports of re- cent council meetings, particularly as regards the fire department. I presume that the reports are correct. We read a short time ago that the fire hall was "no oi" no use for civic purposes, and according to Al-d. Hatch "not much good as a fire "no room for our etc., and now read that we have nothing by of fire apparatus absolutely nothing. One well ask, what have we been spending money for during the past two years. Have we been doing so simp- ly to have this year's council rele- gate the results to the scrap pile and spend some more money Has the city grown so fast that the pro- gram laid out last year is already too small ant! puny, or have we got the spending fever to such an extent as to demand relief only in the ex- penditure of Jets of it, the result of which in turn, in the opinion of next year's council, may have been misapplied, lea-ding to a further ad- scrap pile and a de- for more money to Seagrave, was recommended and this I presume, is the ladder which wil not go into the fire hall. But where is it Why isn't it hero for use in event of a fire It was cu1 out of the 1907 program owing to financial stringency, but was put on again in 1908 and voted upon by the ratepayers, but the council failed to order it -in 1S03. Where is this lad- der which is too large for the fire hall. But wait, a No. 8 Seagruve, which is large enough for a city like Regina and Moose Jaw, measures 52 feet, is considered too small for Leth- brkigp by our council. I hear that a 66 foot ladder, which is to cost is required for this city. I think the council is making a mis- take in buying so large a truck. Why should we buy a 66 foot ladder when we haven't, nor are we likely to have, a 66 foot building in the near future The new Sherlock block will measure 38 ft. 6 inches. Is it wise to haul a 66 ft. ladder to every fire when nearly all buildings are less that 40 ft. high Now as regards the ten paid men. No doubt it is an rdeal condition, but I am with the mayor when he questions the advisability of the ex- penditure in maintenance now. By all means let us have the best ap- paratus money can buy: and put the best men in charge, and I believe Chief Kroning is all right, hut why ten paid men True, Edmonton has ten paid men they also ha ve a pop- 1 MOVING" .PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1. Barbiriai-1000 ft. beatfifilly km1 ttkret! 2. fte GOB license 3. Fatal Likeiess o N "DREAMING" La Selle Trio Hand to Hand Acrobats. Best and fastest erer in the city. Frank Swain German Comedian; and Dancer Singer ONTARIO GOVERNMENT WINS IMPORTANT SUIT United States Property of Canadians Liable to Succession Tax ulation of people J-ethbridge has Edmonton has a basis insurance rule of TO crats Leth- dition to the maud made spend. _A few words here, after a careful j has a Promise of 60 cents as study of Letnbrklce city fire M we original program tion for two years may not be, Completed, ami that program calls amiss. Architect Macdonald has al-1 for men and twenty vol- ready covered the ground very effect- ively as regards the fire hall build- ing. Let rt suffice for me to say that the new fire hall will be as effi- cient as anv fire hall west of the unteers- object of the recreation rOom m the hal1 was to aave an for volunteer men' them rooms free Windsor, Ont., May Me- Hugh of Esses County .Court has giv- en a decision in favor of the On- ario government in the case against he estate of J. H. Patton, of United States property to Canadian success- ion duties when owned by a citizen of Canada. In his decision the judge said that Patton at the time of his death domiciled in Ontario and hav- j ing mortgages in his possessor, a' that time they were a part of his estate'and therefore are liable to the regular tax. The case was appealed The outcome of the case was await- ed with interest throughout Ontario, as there are over a hundred similar cases aaiting settlement. Palpitation of the Heart. We carry a complete line I of _ i Lawn Mowers i f lakes, either on the Canadian or at pnescnt- The attractions pro- American sides, if It is used as orig- m the new building would give inally planned and as outlined in re- the chief ample scope to exercise the iiTcity records. i Discipline and will givejw ports on file new fire chief thinks so, "Cappy -Smart says so, the fire underwriters say so. The ratepayers will say so in a few days-" So much for the building. Now for apparatus. Our new hose CASHIERS STOLE MANY THOUSANDS Confessed and Made other implicated most efficient service at a much low-. er cost at least the fire underwrit- ers think so when last December they repeated a definite promise made to peg wagons, of the latest type, and or Edmonton, for our purpose was considered su- perior to the Montreal standard wagon. I would ask, what is wrong with it now the 1907 council that when the orig- inal program was carried out we Set a oasis .rate equal to Cal- Hat Our chemical engine is equal to the AW. Hatch may have been mis- quoted, if so the foregoing will give him a chance to right himself. Tiie average voter is -puzzled and asks if each best on the cost tee city new council condemns in a market, and it j wholesale' way everything- done less tian has Buffalo, May C. Wood, cashier of the county treasurer's office since 1S9S was arrested today at his home on a charge of grand larceny of the roads .of the county. The ar- rest of Wood was made on charges preferred by .County Treasurer Fix, following an investigation which Mr. Fix declares he and his deputy have tlw fint dtnger that noonot tomething wrong with heart u the imgoltf or violent throb. Oftca there is only a flattering Mmwtion, or ux all gone" sinking feeling; or aglin, there miy be n'olent betting, with flush- ing! of And polMtions of the irteriee. The perton experience a Kuotlwring sensation, gasp for breath and feel as though about to die. ID nob cases the action of Milburn's Heart and Nerve pills in quieting the heart, restoring its normal beat and imparting tone to the centres, is, beyond all question, mar- Tellons. They give rack prompt relief that DO one need softer. 9 Mr. Sylvester Smith, Hampton, N.JL, was troubled with palpitation of the heart and tried doctor's medicines, but they only me temporary relief. I heard of your Heart aod Kerre Pills and bought two boxes and before I had used them I was completely cared and would oommond them to all similarly affected." Price, 60 oeots per box, or 3 boxes for f 1.2S at all dealers or mailed direct OB receipt of price by The T. Milbora Co, Limited, Toronto, Ont. Star 12 Star 14 in. Gragi Catchers each Call and see ns. Our prices are sure to please. i Hayr Bros.; General Hardware Phone 75 p. 0. Box 27 LETHBKIDGE ALTA. I MllllimiHIIIfllf Herald Market Place yet have to sell le rest fUcc It la tUi cetana. If yoi wait aiytiiaf thic colMDft. 23c oae iwrtloa iittitleaa ler MISCELLANEOUS WANTS SITUATIONS VACANT WANTEB-Twenty to start to work at once. O W u. breaking outfits Vill pay vu Lethbndge. UO-O in waitresses Alberta Restaurant. once at experienced waitress. Wages per week and board now Sam Co. board. 135-6 stenographer desir- es position. Apply Box McM'., Her- ald- 136-6 WANTED-Messenger boy wanttd .pply Western Stationery po. 136-0 BOARDERS WANTED-Room and .board m a modern house with hot- and coldwater, telephone, etc.. 1 Apply 425 Bartlett St. 135-6, WANTED-To buy single driving horse, also second hand buggie and harness. Address J. T. S. care Her- ald. 136-6- BOOM WANTEP-Young business man wants furnished room, close in modern. P. 0. Box 247. 139-2 FOR water fountain and complete outfit including goods for immediate business. Almost a bargain. Box H., P.O. 138-0 FOR rack, settee, bed- room suite, and chairs for sale. Ap- ply Mrs. J. L. Stovall, opposite Chi- nook Club, corner Glyn and Dufferin FOR SALE-Buggy, nearly new, cheap Apply P. 0. Box 502, or Keyes' old tand. Smith St. 137.5 lease a coal r to Box G. R., c-o Herald. 136-6 Drop a post card to S. W.Van Rig Box 13 Herald If you want your windows cleaned. Carpets taken up, cleaned and re-laid. Any sort of house-cleaning work DR. TORY WAS APPOINTED A FELLOW Ottawa, May Royal Society MISS nurse, will open a private maternity hos- pital on Wall-work St., near the El- lison Mills on July 1, 1909. Phone 269. been conducting into the accounts of of began its annual session the two men. The investigation wasjtoday with an attendance of twenty- Dr. J. E. Roy, Ottawa, oc- ie chair and the -Rev. Dr. Winnipeg, the vice chair. ____ Prudhomme of St. Bonniface, ranging from a few hundred Man" was those present. Dr. finished last evening. Mr. Fix says seven- that on checking up it was found that i cuPied the total stealings since 1900, two Brvce of years after Wood's appointment were I already proved its efficiency in stop- ping some very dangerous looking fires, and will do so against any make. The steel cylinder on this en- good. The ratepayers have a right to the facts. We should remember that the fire depart, of city can be made a most expensive i we have worked more for efficiency gine will not corrode, unless it is de- j in our program and went to the 'best in' the country for namely to the Fire Underwriters' 4s- liberately allowed to do so. It is true that both these new pieces o apparatus suffer sadly from lack o care, a disability which any appar- atus, 'however expensive, is subject to, but this is something which can be rectified in the new fire call. Tie alarm system, we axe told, is good." Montreal had for years what was considered one of the fire fighting equipments on the continent. Strange that they should have used our fire alarm system, up to last year, when a new system costing over was ordered. Strange that Saskatoon, "Winnipeg and other western cities use our system today, and still it's no at least so some of our aldermen are made to say. In view of the acquirement of the electric plant by the city, I would' now suggest as 'an improvement, the use of storage batteries, using the present gravity cells as a reserve in case of -breakdown at the plant. The gravity cells, however, are all right for fire jalarm. purposes, and I challenge otherwise. sociation. Yours truly, E. A. any alderman to prove Now for that ladder, is too large for the fire hall. Where is it Ixrt us see it. Is that it on Smith street, outside the fire hall If so you can put a dozen, of thsm m the fire hall. If this is not the ladder referred to, but the new one, is it not on the job. A sum of was approved in 1907 for a new extension SINS OF SOCIETY Dtnouneei Society for Degrt- of the Sabbath May Thiek- nesse, Archdeacon of Northampton roundly denounced what he terms 'the degradation of the Sabbath by people in in an address to the clergy. "What we have to deal with he said, "is the open dis- regard of the worship of Almighty God >7 persons in the higher walks o' ife, or their selfish profanity of the day of public -worship by needlese ourneys, motor expeditions, dinner parties and games, to the utter de- privation also of any needed Sunday rest and quiet to their ill-used serv- ants and dependants I know matter of fact of a. large fancy dress dollars to thousand a year, County Treasurer Fix charges tha another employee who is now in the city ia also implicated. Mr. Fix also asserts that cash securities sufficient to secure the county have been turn ed over to him. Treasurer Fix also asserts that he has a confession from each of the men as to their specula- tions and that these confessions and the restoration of funds were procured without any promise of immunity from prosecution. The money stolen it is alleged was ceipts. all from, back ie- in men, as dinner party held on the first Sunday of Lent at a country house in a neigh- boring county, where so-called ladies shamelessly appeared dressed as and so-called gentlemen dressed women. I mention this with shame, sorrow and indignation, I am almost ready to disown the term gentleman for any manly man when men with more money than manners, with more pretence than pedigree, have brought it to this, and dragged it in t-he mire of their own corrupt habits "GET READY POLICY" Monty of Great Favor of It Montreal, Que., May W, Dickson, general manager of the Standard Life Assurance Company and also director of the 'Koyal Bank of Scotland, is now in the city and will in a few days start for the Pacific acompanied by Mr. M. Mc- Gowan, the company's manager for Canada, the two gentlemen taking in Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary and other cities emoute. In an inter- view, Mr. Dickson said this was Kis first visit to the Dominion and apart from insurance business, different companies that he is connected with have placed heavy investments in both Canada and the United States. Hence the desire to see the cauntry himself. Asked if he believed of the so-called German scare, he said he had no hesitation in saying that mon- ey interests of the kingdoms were .horoughly behind a get-ready policy. We must, he said, in a'most empha- ic manner, be ready in each and every matter that may arise. Leseur was appointed honorary secretary in succession to the late Dr. Fletcher. The following were appoint- ed fellows of the society: Ernest My- rand, Quebec; Prof. C. W. Cooltby, Montreal; Prof. Frank Allen, Winni- peg; Prof. J. C. Fields, Toronto; Prof. P. D. Mclntosh, Montreal; Prof. H. M. Tory, Edmonton; Prof. E. W. Mc- Bride, Montreal. Fire almost destroyed the old In- dian offices owned by the Provincial government at Regina today. The buildings were one of the oldest land marks having been built thirty years ago. COAL LUMP a ton delivered or a ton at mine. STEAM PLOUGH COAL 7oc a ton at mine. All Coal sold C. O. D. Address postcard to ROYAL CITY Judicial Notice TO THE CREDITORS OF THE RE- LIANCE COAL MINING, COM- PANY, LIMITED. Pursuant to the Order made by the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart, in the matter of the Winding-up Act and Amendments thereto, and in the mat- ter of The Reliance Coal Mining Com- pany, Limited, bearing date the 5th day of May A. D. 1909, the creditors of the above mentioned Company and all others who have claims against the said Company, formerly carrying on business at Taber, in the Province of Alberta, are on or" before the 1st day of June A.D. 1909 to send by post pre-paid to E. P. Miller, liquidator of the said Company, care of Domin ion Trust Limited, Van B. C., tiwir and addresses and descrip- tions, full particulars of their claims and the nature and amount. of the securities (If any) held by anc the specified value of said securities, verified by oath, and in default there- of they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefits of the said Act and Winding-up Order. The presiding Judge in Chambers at the Court House in the City oi Calgary will on Tuesday the 22nd day of June A. D. 1909 at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon hear the report of the liquidator upon claims of creditors submitted to him pursuant to this notice, and Jet all parties then attend. VANTED-Bread baker as foreman, per week. Also first class cake baker and a good man on bread wa- gon. Schweitzer Bros. 139.0 SITUATIONS WANTED as housekeeper y middle aged lady just out from England. Box M. W., c-o Herald __________________ energetic man of lound' commercial experience, position as- business manager, bookkeeper, or po- sition of trust. Al references. Apply J. Arthur, Box 400, Pincher Creek, 135-9 couple of experienced ditch riders. No others need apply Apply by letter giving experience to T. M. Evans, Supt. A. R. I. Co. WANTED-Girl between 12 and 16 to do light housework on Saturdays. Ad- dress Box 263, Lethbridge. 140-2 in meat market- er grocery store by an experienced- man, first class references, willing to> go anywhere Apply to G. H. John- ston. Lethbridge, Alta. 140-5 LAND FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE TO RENT. TO rooms in mod- era house. Apply 1276 Redpath St. 138-6 TO and board. Apply Mrs. Freed, Reed's stone cottage, Courtland St., west new stand pipe' west door, TO RENT-By June 1st, front room suitable for two gentlemen, in mod- em, house. Ladies' need not apply Apply 1249, Bompas St. 139-0 FURNISHED ROOM south of Crabb St., 3rd house from Chinaman's gar- den, a month. Apply 1 to 3 or 6 8- 139-6 SNAP FOR QUICK SALE OR EX- acres of choice land, 2 1-2 miles from Raymond. 135 acres stubble, 65 acres prairie and forty acres winter wheat. Price per acre. per acre cash, balance one half crop payments. We will ac- cept Lethbridge residential lots io place oi the cash payment Ap- to The Canadian Real Estate Co., oom 9, Bryan Block, or Box 387 Lethbridge, Alta. 137.5 FOR African Veterait land 320 acres to highest offer. Apply at once to H. H. Box 441, Lethbridge. 139.3 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO loan money on first and second mortgages on farm1 and city property. Building loans ne- gotiated. Agreements of sale bought Empire Land Co., Ott Block. Phone PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR residential pro- perty, per mouth. Price Good terms. Alberta Realty Co- 115-0 FOR new iuUy modern NOTICE Application will be made on be- half of the Alberta Midland "Railway- company and Canadian Northera Railway company to the Board of Hallway Commissioners for Canada at the Board's office at Ottawa on June tenth, 1909, at twelve o'clock FOR SALE 1st. An improved farm of land on the Milk River, known as the Loggiu Ranch, about 7 milei from Courts and 8 miles .from Milk River, having comfortable dwel- ling house, horse and cattle stablM ana corrals! 2nd. Parcel of land in city, situate directly east of North Ward Meat Market, 75 by 134, Also 1500 Royal Col- liery shares. Apply MCKNIGHT BROS., Milk River, Alta, nouee. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. tor a recommendation to the Governor General in Council for the sanction of an agreement amalgamating the said companies. DATED at Toronto May 5th, 1909. .GERRARD RUEL, Solicitor. FOB Four roomed house, in North Ward. Price half cash Easy terms for balance. Apply to Box J. R. D., c-o Herald. OF IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE is hereby given tUt I have-impounded in the West Pmnd near the Isolated Hospital, the follow- animals on the 12th day of May J909-1 red muley cow, indistinct brini on. left hip; l red calf, no visible brand; 1 red and white calf, no visible black no visible brand. JOS. GILLE8PIE, !31-0 Chief of Police. FOB SALE OE TO RENT-Seven roomed house, stable, hayghed, large chicken house, at the river bottom, near the railroad bridge. The besi place in the city for keeping chickens or cows. Apply H. Proctor, near A. R. A I. shops. FOR SALE OR TO (RENT-Two cot-taages in. Duff Addition. Apply to Western Tinsmithing Co., next Office. TO CONTRACTORS TENDERS wiU.be received up to Thursday, 27th May, 1909, at nooo tor the erection of a printing office for the Lethbndge Herald. All tenders to be accompanied by m acepted cheque to the value of 5 per cent, of which will be ?OR Corner lot, ,Coutts and Courtland, with house. Price reasonable Apply to 0. E. Braeger, P. 0. Lethbndge, or on property. MISCELLANEOUS FOR F.O-R 16 ft. x 27 ft. ad 6. ft wail. Good as ew. Apply to Box Al care Herald. 137.5 OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING- BUFFETS In quartered Oak at anything like these prices. It costs nothing to look at the Goods in the window. THE TURPIN FURNITURE COMPANY Complete Home Fumiahers WESTERN STATIONEIT CO., LTD. Bookbinding.Buling, Form! School Supplies WANTED Excavations to Make Cellars to Dig Yards to Cban All at Lowest Prioet FOR year old filly, brok- en to harness. Apply Samuel Jones, Sr., North Ward. returned 'to unsuccessful contractors. Plans and specifications can. be seen at the t office of- the undersigned in the Bryan Block, Lethbridge. 137-4 Ernest E. Carver. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Tenders are requested for the erec- tion of a Solid Brick Business Block FOB SALE-12 per 100. Strawberry The plants that will grow big tenders are to be sealed and en- measuring seven inches in circumfer- ence. Apply to D. J. Whitney, P. O. Box 377, Lethbridge. FOR work horse. Apply R. J. Thompson, beside tent-covered shack, Burdett St. Duff addition. 140-1 LOST grey mare, 4 yean old, weight branded S on left hip, white star in centre of forehead, wire cut front right foot; reward for retnru to Gust. Gaeobaon, Royal Hotel, Tater. Alta. 131-18 dorsed and must reach the before 13 o'clock noon on Monday May 31st, 1909. The lowest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. Plans and specifications may be obtained from Messrs Hodgson Bates, Architects, Dominion Building, Calgary, Alta. 138-3 plain locket, inscribed F.J. B. Reward for return to telephone office.- 139.3 new glove on May S4th. Owner can hate tame at Herald Office. 139.9 FIVE DOLLAH8 BEWABD- For the dolirtrj of any cattle branded H 3 B, K.7 K, tail oirclt orer 'I Lethbridge. 1 mperiaJ Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO _ Capital Paid Up Heat SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any pence wno is tire sole head 01 family, or any male 18 old, may homeitead qvartaftMttoo or available Dominion land In If toba, iAikatehewan or Alberta. Tha applicant moat appear in al Dominion Lands Afanor or Afsnejr for the dirtritt. fef proxy may at any ter of intending bomaataada montba' and. cultivation of tha land in of three yean. A homeateader nay live within nine mllea of hia on a farm of at leatt M atrea owned and occupied by hin ot by hit father, mother, eon, dMfhtor, brother or tiater. In certain diatrieta a bomatieadai in food standing prompt a afonfaidc hia ttoad.. Price 13.00 ptr reaide aix montha in of aix from of bonwalaad ffselndinff ths tiasa i? booMatead patent) aod fifty aeraa txtra. A homeateader who baa hia homestead rifht and tali a preemption may take a ebaatd bomeatead in eertaiq Price M.tft per Mte. Dattea.-MMt aix la of thftt yeart, cultivate fifty aerea aarf a bouse worth 1100.01. W.W.001T. epirtr af tba later! jr. M ;