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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, TUCtDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1008 Two Pbp-formances Daily: MS and 9.15 fM. THEATRE Mibel Norman Serpentine Dancing J.W. WALUCE Illustrated Melodies Moving Pictures Entirely New Tonight T O N I G H T ADMISSION: Adults . 25c Children. 15c The LA MOINES In their Musical Comedy Acts Eureka Cbeatre Next door to Herald Office Refined Vaudeville and New Motion Pictures MONTE LACROSSE In Parlor, Magic and Mysterious Weight Changing Act HYACINTH HAMPTON Illustrated Song MOVING PICTURES The Flower of Youth. Artistic Rag Pickers, An Accordian. Enchanted Guitar. Prices lOc and I3c Continuous Performance Starling at 7.30 Taber Tiilior, Ni)v. 6.-Mrs. \Vm. Mowhin-iiey TDlurncd thi8 njorning from For-iiio, II. G., wliero aho went two weeks sinco to visit her husbnnd wlio for Boniu time has boon steadily employed ill that newly built city. The Iftdy .sajs there nro Jiundrcd of houses built, ninny of which are strictly modern. N. ii. li'orguson of the Great Northern Lund and Invoslnieut Co., of St. I'uiil, iAIinn., arrived in Tuber j last night on the Hoo Spokane in i compniiy with twelve interested land , buyers. After carefully investigating the .soil, its caj>abilities, etc., they will visit the renowned agricultural district of Spring Coulee and other noted points prior to their ivtiirii to the United States. Ifeniy liirtcli of ].eonard, Ont., after his two weeks' visit in thi.s district, remarked today "that the West is truly a renuirkalile country. lie 1). S. church are active in their preparation of an evening's entertainment of comedy in one act, "Tlio Spinsters' Convention," or "The Old Maids' Single Dles.sedness Debating Society," all of whom are in quest of husbands. As each old maid de-dircs to again bo young and attractive, she enters I'rof. Makc-over'a wonderful remodeloscope, a painless and miraculous transformation takes idaco'. A beautiful young maiden ap pears and sings. Mor wish has been j gratified. By-Law No. A IJylaw of the City of I.ethbridgo to pro\ Ide for cerlulii grants to be niadu to tliu Cult lIosi)ital, and for raising the sum of ?!il),00U.OO for the puriiose of contributing towards the erection o( a building to Ijo used by the Unit Jlospltal, for hospital Ijurposes, in the City of Lethbridgv. WUlilUiiAS Klllott Torrance Gait has ollered to cohtrlbuto the sum of iJiUO.OOO.OO towards the erection o( a new hospital building for the Gnlt Hospital, to be erected witliln tl'.o City of Lothbridgo, upon condition that the City of l^elhbridgo shall con tribute a like sum, and shall also agree to contribute the sum of not less than 1,000,00 annually towards the maintenance of the said hospital. So long aa it is used as a City l.los-l)ltal, and it is doomed advisable to accept the said offer, and raise the said sum of money for the purpono of contributing to the erection of a now building as aforesaid, AND ^VUEUEAS it is also deemed advisable to secure to the tJalt Jlospi-tal a right to the exemption jjrovlded fur under Sub-Section 9 of Section '1 of Title 31 of the I.ethbridge Charter in perpetuity, irrespective of any amendments that may from time to time be made to the said Charter. AND wni'IUIOAS it is deemed advisable to by way of loan on the credit of the City of T.ethbridge the said sum of $!50,0Q0.00. AND WHEREAS it is expedient that the .said loan be/ir interest at a rate to be fi.Ned by Dylaw of the City of Lethbridge, without further rufor-enco to the burgesses, not exceeding five (o) per ceiit. per annuih, to be paid half-yearly, and that the .said principal sum of $80,000.00 be paid at the expiration of thirty years from the date of thi.s 15ylaw tiiking effect. AND WHEHKAS the value of the rateal)le property in the ('ity of I>oth bridge, according to the Inst revised Assessment Roll, Is the sum of fl(i 1,008.00 AND WHKinOAS the amount of the existing debt of the City of Loth-bridge, outside uri)ortod to be the inunediale cause of death. 'I'hero arrived yesterday from Nortli Dakota, Mr. and Mm. .James I'nrk and family, all of whom will leave in a couple of days for their new possessions in 'I'll. II, I?. 18. ^Ir. .J. P. f,ov;, of Cardston, who for the past three years has been ag- 8. That the votes of the electors .51I7,.5G0.2|}, no instalments of i-rin-. ,|,,y .malined to vote on this Dylaw cipal or interest thereof being in ar-; slmli ),� taken on the Day of December, A. D. VJOS, at the City roars. AND \VHi;UKAS the resjiectivo uni- Police Station, in the City of f^cth- o>n\ts retpiired to be raised amnmlly hi'ii'fi". between the hours of NLVE by .special rate during the currency o'clock In tho forenoon mid KICIIT of tile said debentures are: o'clock in the afternoon, and tho Sec- fa) For paying interest thereon, retury Treasurer of the City of I.cth-500.00. i br!. That notwithstanding any amendment that may from time to time bo made to the Lellibridge Charter, the provisions of Sub-Sections 9 of Section' l of Title ill of the .said Charier shall continue to be applicable to the lands, on which the said hospital aiul outbuildings connected therewith, is or are erected and the Coimcil (in the event of the consent of the being obtaine'-Treasurer Sittings of the District Court of the District of Lethbridge \V. 1". :\ri'.Mickiiig. maiie.ger of the I'nioii Bank, Okoloks-, has been trans ferrifd to a ^Miiiiitoba hi-anch. ^fr. Watt is the new manager. for the are am LOOK INTO THE WAITER yourself, and you will lind after ' closest scrutiny, that our beers i ' I>ure, which their amber color I eliiiity will attest. Yet file priei^ is little nr 11(1 higher than that of infeiicu- biinid.h. l'""iv iiiKtunee, we will deliver .-i ease of beer, quarts, at ?4.r)n jier ease, and refund .fL-'in on return of ease and bottle.s, LETHBRIDGE BREWING& MALTING COMPANY. Ltd The sittings of tlie District Court and the Di.stiiet Judge's Criminal Court of the District of Lethbridge during tlie year 1909 will be held at i.,e places and on the dates given below for the trial of actions and the di.sposal of any civil business which may properly be brought before the said Court. LKTHBRIDGP.-Cominencing: Tu.sday, January 2Gth. Tuesday, February 23rd. Tuesday, March 2ard. Tuesday, April 27th. Tuesday, May 25lh. Tuesday, Juno 22nd. Tuesday, September 28th. Tuesday, October 26tli. Tuesday, November 23rd. Tuesday, December 14th. RAYMOND- Tuesday, January lOtli. Tuesday, April 20th Tuesday, September 7t)i. Tuesday, Koveinber IGtli. ! MAGRATH- Wednesday, January 20tli. Wednesday, April 21sl. Wednesday, September 8th. Wednesday, November 17th. j CARDSTON- i Thursday, January 21st. ' Tliursday, April 22ih1. Tliursday, September Olli. I 'J'liur.sday, November IStli. TAHER- Tiiesday, February 9tli. Tuesday, May 11th. Tuesday, September 21sl. Wednesday, December 1st. WARNER- Tuesday, Marcli Otli.'iy, June 9th. Friday, Si'.ptember. 'i4tli. Tuesday, December 7tli. S. B. WOOJ. j, Deputy Attorney Geiiernl. DATKD October .19th, 1&08. FOR RENT OR SALE .Six roomed hous-', good location. Will rent for $20 [x-r month or sell f(m- 1,800; .?;i00 o.ish, pnymeiits on b ilaiice to extend over two years. Apply Room ft, Mncdonald Block, A. it L. S. Ripley. 279-0 Rooms to .\rpyle Ave. TO LET let, ahw) barn. Apply 20 27G-G SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS ROOMS TO RENT Furnished rooms, iiot and cold' water, all modern conveiiienees. Call and see J. Cant in. Room Hill Block. 278-G Nicely modern. TO RENT. furnished room to rent; Apply 512 Round St. 280-1 TO RENT Tliree new cottages in North Ward, to scliool Apply -to R. V. Gilj-Iwns, Otl Block. 278-G NURSE WANTED Nurse wanted, .-^pplv to Inspector West.^-Mouuted I'olice Barracks. 278-6 FOR SAL E For sale cheap, almost new iiiaiio. Apply to Gus Neidig. 277-0 LOST Small black diary, containing important itenus. Finder please return to Gus. Neidig. 277-0 NURSING (Miss) G^. A. Dainty, graduate mirse, 'i^inman St. cast of Westminster Road. 279-G Any person who is tlie sole head f 1 family, or any male over 18 years lid, may homestead a quarter-section o' available Dominion land in Manitoba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The .ipplicant muat appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. Entry oy proxy may be made at any agency 0.1 certain conditions, by father, niotlier, son, daughter, brother or nxa ier of intending homesteader. Duties.-Six niontlia' residence upon .;nd cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader luny ii,'e within nine miles of his homestead on a farm of at least 80 acr..a solely owned and occupied by him or by Ilia father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sistc-r. In certain distriotd a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his home-j stead. Price $3.00 per acre. Duties. ! -Must reside six months in each i of six years from date of homestead ' entry (including the time required to i earn homestead patent) and cultivate I lifty acrea extra ! A lionitsteader who has exhausted iiis homestead right and cannot ob-t:iiu a pre-emption may take a pur-cl'.ascd homestead in certain districts, i.'iice $3.00 per acre. Duties.-Muat rc.side six months in each of throe years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth $300.00. W, W. CORY. Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. N.B.-Unautliorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. CANADIAN Paoip-i $10.00 REWARD. Tile above rewaid ,\vill be given to any person rinding and delivering to .Sti've Bakos one team .sorel horses branded Q_j right shoulder and I---..-.I on left thigh. 280-3 FOUND Between C'naldale and Lethbridge, on Oct. ."jn, a large horse colliir. Owner can imve same by proving property and luiyiiig exi)ense� at lierald Olllee. 7y.O coverini) Floors is our Business NOT JLJSX A SIDE ISSUE! When you are iu need of Carpet Sijuarea and Rugs, Linoleums or Mattings, save time and money. Come right to this store and b completely satisfied TURPIN FURNITURE CO. The Home Makers Merciiants Bank of Canada l HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Capital...........................$(i.000,000 Reserve and UndiviileONE Barrittir and Btllclter Oeice adjoining lethbridge. Vnioo Daok, 3788 ;