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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta "wr __L_ THE LOHBRIDQC DAILf HERALD. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 7, 1909. ESTRTE ____- THE H Houses to Rent Houses to Sell City Lots at ReaSdMWeFigures ______ TO LOAN ON INSIDE CITY PROPERTY, 7 PER GENT WJ, THIS CITY LOOKS GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY OF- FICIAL GIVES HIS IM- PRESSIONS New Schools SOUTHARD BLOCK In the South Among the prominent visitors Lethbridge yesterday, was J. T. Gaughey, assistant freight and enger agent of the Railway. Notice appears in the Alberta Ga- zette of the Creation, of the follow- ing school districts i Sections 7, 8, 9, 1C, 17, 18, 19, 20, I 21, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32 and 33 in Town- ship .16 Range 18, and Sections 12. 113, 24, 25 and 30 in Township 16 Fourth Mr. McGaughey came here with no knowledge of Lethbridge other than as a spot on the map, and away very much impressed with its import- ance, and wonderful prospects. "From a railway man's point" of view, I am very 'favorably impressed with your city. I never expected to lind things so big and substantial as Great Northern Chance School District" of, the Province of Alberta. Senior Trus- tee E. G. Haley, Sweet Valley. Sections" 19, 20, 21, 22 26 27 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 31 a'nd 35 ia Township 7 Range 26; and Sections 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 in Township 8 Range 26 west of Fourth Meridian, have been to a School District under the name of The McBride Lake! School District No. 2039 Of the BARGAINS. 4 Lots Block W, facing Westminster Road Terms SKEITH TILLEY Phone 197 Round and Dufferin Streets i- [Advise Farmers [DROP ATTEMPT To Hold Grain Five Acres Calgary, Oct. 5.-In conversation I COWBOYS ABANDON EFFORTS Close to Citv Limit. ith thft Alhfrtnn loot nin-K HT- m I 0 UMMUM per acre TO-gET REST Q HERD __ ujxii i tiiCu ZU'jy Or they are here." He expressed himself vince of Alberta. Senior Trustee B" as most agreeably surprised at the L. Olsen, Maclcod. .'I STAFFORD PHONE 297 4 BLOCK general appearance of the city. Speaking of the traffic over the Great Northern line, he stated -that while there was not much going out, there was a very good showing in the traffic moving this way. Everything seems; to be coming to Alberta. daily paper of from eight to ten i, 8, 17, 18, 19, 20, 29, and the west halves 16, 21, 28 and 33 30. i ini 31 and 32, Sections 9, Township 17 Range 22 and" 23, 2-1, 25, 26, 35 and j 36, and the east halves of Sections' idian, have been erected into a School'- llTI' "Wel1. I certain- District under "the name of The! ly take off my hat to this town." Sunny Glen School District No ueenstown, as commissioners 'for: aking affidavits; H. A. J. H, Lethbridge; H. S. Newby, ir-l ine, 1v. S. Johnston, Cardston, N. Macleod, Lethbridge, as notaries i ublie. i more meeting tion of .the New York to the West Indies, an-' better boats. -he oompeti- nes running but it required M'NE AFTER MAGNATES Sensational Action Taken fay Officials in Nova Scotia Mine UP GOES -CEMEN' he Merged Company Starts Out By Advancing the Price Toronto, Oct. cement men delighted with, the results obtain- since -the merger. The price of has gone up 30 cents per bar- and this price is sure to hold, [id it may go a little higher. .ne different companies state was a poor paying business at id prices, which ranged from 51 up 5L10, and occasionally In the city there is no opposition the -combined companies, and the ings will look up in oernent map.u- iturinsr. Halifax, Oct. IT. SL W. ig-- ted the fuse of the bomb shell they been preparing to throw into the coal company's ranks here today when an information was laid before j Magistrate Fielding oi the city against' three leading coal magnates of the j province, charging them with others of conspiring and arranging- to un- limit the facilities for ths niin- and supplying of coal in the pro- j vijnce. The information i they have been continuing such con- jspira-cy at divers times from January 1st, 1902, to the Laying of tlie ijifor- mation, and was sworn out by Jas. j B. 'HcLacHan, secretary and troas-! urer-of the Mine Workers Association I in Nova Scotia, I The names of the magnates have been withheld from publication until i after the warrant issued which will.' RESIDENCE LOTS: 2 Lots facing east in Block 93, each; terms. 2 Lots facing east in Block 94, each terms. The H. Macbeth Agency set out in Ms answer In the brought against Hon. Geo. E. Foster i for the preservation and 101-alleged slander in connection j of the remains of the old fort at this with the recent electoral campaign place, aided by the local Daughters m North 'Toronto, particulars of sr-iof the Revolution and the Old Fort! cunties of an alleged speculative j Benton society, have been good character which it was claimed Mr. j work this summer. The grounds have Foster in a breach of duty of the been surveyed, enclosed and leveled' trustee of the, I. 0. 0. F., had induced preparatory to making a lawn on former to iirv-st. The chief justice jsome Portions of it, and a neat flag also directed that Mr. Macdonald j has been erected. Owing to the must show wherein the securities in j plenteous irrigation from thc skies question were speculative. Decision jthis ?ear and to the weed seed con- was given a used, there motion for settle- i 1ained in thc fertilizer use, ere ment of an order directing amendment has sPrung up a vigorous crop of high of th weed of the statement of defence. HOW M. P. The Golden West Realty Co. Great Problem Facing the People of weeds which hides most of the good work done. When these are removed the work will show up to good ad- vantage. The foundations of the old gable ends and the old bastion havj been strengthened by concrete, and the bastion has been thoroughly rein- forced and braced within and without HOUSES FOR SALE fi f IsUnd i cash, balance 6 and 12 months These lots are on Main street and will net 100 p.c. profit m 6 months. TRACKAGE LOTS EACH A A snap stabling for 10 horses. 4 Jots, nil fenced. boOO cash, balance to suit purchaser. Auctio-n Sale at the Williams Farm on Wednesday D. RING p. G. WADDINGTON Crabb Street Phone 291 Crooks, has represented the constituency j turc TO about t for HOUSES FOR RENT CHOICE LOTS IN THE BUSINESS DISTRICT Just put on the Market FIRE INSURANCE LOANS Hatch Coons FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver Block I years, 3S 1T1 j rain on the adobe bricks, it has been he city and a big meeting found necessary to enclose the whole thw evening. He said: "My views bastion with lath and piaster tav- upon unions in Canada has ing port holes and windows as 'in L h-dlv had ume to cry.talize. One old structure showing through. It i mind EARL GREY TAKEN TO TASK For His Utterances Germany f the King, entitles them they must keep out of politics. no oermany in His Speech at Calgary must shun even the aPPearanc tomorrow or next day Pres3> te mwie say they can -sub-! tk j, stanfaatc their part and are willing the cil. 11 necessary. It will pay you to with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. Ottawa, Octi- Evening Free local gox-ernment orjran, Grey to task for his re- at Calgary on the Gorman "war and the naval situation. "If our governor it says, to retain great respect, which the of a partisan discussion, imagine the rumpus We can would he however, I do no peating which I told the Canadian Club at Toronto; this country is the most resourceful I have ever visited. Is the country to go for the man wno is looking out only for the dollar, or are its administrat- ors t.- conduct the affairs the "Dominion for the good of human-1 ity. That is the great general tion which confronts you here, think." believed that with this protection the, bastion will stand for- a good many vears. OTTAWA BOY WON Dollar Prize for an on Transportation. Essay I created among the large sections off the people of the British Isles opinions Grey at as those Calgary, Oct. the Supreme in St. Claire vs. Lambert an i from the Supreme Court of j i Ottawa, -Oct. Johnson, an j Ottawa hoy, 'has won a prize offered by the Hon. George P. Graham, rain-, istc-r. of railways, for thc best essay on "A comparison of British and i Canadian methods of railroad trans-j ponaiion." Eight out of the ten! See us at once about A New Seven-roomed House renting for a mouth for only on the best of teims L i TELEPHONE 294 Office, Room 8 Macdonald Block that they are the direct repre- would dare to uttered by Lord i jurisdiction was made on the ground and why should that the controversy did not arise in the monarch whom he represents! a trip to the essay given by Judge Breck in person. JUST ON THE MARKET: Teh Good'Re.idential Block K, William St., each. Terms. A shipment of Automobile Tirei hat just come to hand, England, participated in writing contest. Mr. Graham, in the course of his add-ess to the boys, offered a prize of to the one writing thc bear, essay on the foregoing subject. Mr. Butler, deputy minister of railways and canals, chairman, of the Board of International Railvay Commis- sioners, was chosen to judge the eight essays submitted. Ifittftpidge-Weyfipn Realty Successors to W.R. DOBBIN Co Telephone 122 ;