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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta tFOUft THK LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, OCTOBER E2I SEVENTEEN YCAtS The Quality of This Tea "LOOMED UP" Conspicuously Above a Hundred IMITATORS i SALADA" 5LACK-MIXED-GREEN Oc., 50c. and GOc. per pound t all grocers TIT v4 Eft MR. DA VIES WITHDRAWS. To the Electors of the North Ward, City of Lethbridge: Ladies a'nd Gentlemen: At a public meeting held in West- Medicine Hat, Oct. Kenuv minster Church -last Friday evening, of the Alberta Sunday School Asso- ycwi asked me by an unanimous votQ ciation, assisted by-Rev. Mor-j to accept nomination for the City row, Presbyterian; Rev.. A. C. Farrell 1 Council for While thanking Methodist Rev. Mr. Bryant, Bap-. you for your of confidence list, and Rev.'Mr. Clarke, Church rtfjl regret- that I'cannot accept. First, has been very busy these last two days taking a rciigicus cen- sus of the town of Medicine Hat. The citv was divided into thirtv-two because my -business demands all my time and ability for at loast an- other year, and, secondly, my quali- fications might be questionAd, as I Prairie Fires Swept Big Tract Mr. Currie Hiis Out Hard (Continued from Front Page) (Continued from From Page) deal of trouble casionrrsg me a and inconvenience and will undoubt- so for some time. Antelope Crazed by Fire Driven from their prairie homes, herds of antelope could be seen rac-1 (1 an. have had to resystematix.o the river where they swam across j and found refuse on the other side ifact lhal A number of timber wolves and coy- assessment, and Tax Rolls ami instead of being assisted in any otes are reported to have been seen as well a short distance out of the W J hilve obsta.cle town crazed with the com j my way. five ago or instance I overheard Mr. becretary s different districts and a meeting held urn only assessed this year for at which canvassers were appointed I real while the statutes of to go over the ground thoroughly, j Alberta, Chapter G4, Title 3, Section The'work has been done in a pains-! 4, demands a freehold of I am, taking and efficient manner and a re- j Ladies and Gentlemen, Your Obed- ligious census trustworthy and re- j ient Servant, liable in every way is the result. The j conclusion, after looking at the re- turns, is that Medicine Hat is the J. B. DA VIES. most solidly Presbyterian city in the EASTERN FOOTBALL Toronto, Oct. foot- west Presbyterians being far in ad-! bal1 club defeated Argonauts here on 'The returns are i Saturday in a: game of Rugby by a vance of all others as follows Presbyterians Church ol" England 608 score of 13 to 5. Montreal, Oct. the Intercol- legiate rugby football series here en Methodists.................................. 580: Saturday, McGill defeated Ottawa Baptists 270' College by a score of 20 to 3. Roman Catholics Evangelical 260 i Ottawa, Oct. football 225; club defeated Tigers of Hamilton in mg wall 01 i.ame, an mirrjmg ere.. fim assistam laugh and The relUrns are not quite complete; a fast game of rugby here on Satur- and there secKins; snciier, i.ui au r made for the protection of'the thc remark thal the old aS8e8' there river as well. Buildings Likely Saved The reports as yet, so Jar as can be ascertained, tell- of no -dwellings destroyed nor is it likely that such has been the case, although doubtless some thrilling stories will be told of narrow escapes and desperate fighting to save them from rhe flames. Origin The origin, of the fire is a mystery present. A uumoer of rumors are ri-urrent as to the probable cause but definite clue-has been found yet.. ji-The police are investigating and may able to place the blame-shortly; This should be a warning to thfl xriowns and settlers m this district so little land has as yet been broken to provide efficient tire guards 'the lack of .which at -this time made ,-the danger so much worse. The town "of G-rassy Lake was entirely without; ,a fire guard of any nature before the fire, but that- is hardly likely to he the case again after .the scare of the blaze. The settlers too, seem- careless in this respect, protecting only their dwellings with guards and j ?or would be stumped when he got ;o the arrears for 1907-S. I at once told him in the presence of the sec- retary that if he did not have his arrears ready for me when I was ready to make out the Tax notices, it would be up to him and when I was about to make out the Tax 'no- tices I was told by the young man 1 would just have to wait and I had to wait, in fact till two-thirds of my two districts yet to day by score of 7 to 5. Indications are that about 3.-: from; COO people will be visited in the citv! and declare themselves. I FOR SALE BY TENDER TENDERS addressed to the under- Rev. Mr. Morrow, Presbyterian signed are invited up to November minister, popularly called "Father: for the purchase of all'or any is an Irishman, educated at j of the practically new barb _, i wire fence around Townships 12 and Dublin and Edinburgh university, 13 Range 2Q Wegt of the 4thpMeridian> and came to Alberta in the j-. The fence, is 36 miles long, willow nineties. He belongs to' the '.pldj posts and droppers. guard, represented by Rev. Chas. Me-1 The highest or any tender not ne- Killop, Lethbridge Rev. Mr. Heird- i cessarily accepted... notices were made out before I 'the list of arrears which occasioned got! man, Calgary Pincher Rev. J. P. Grah-t, j and Rev. Mr. Mc- R. HULL Calgary, Alta. me to have to go all tlrrough said notices to insert the arrears, compel- ling me as a last resource to bring Queen. Edmonton.'- Corning to Me'di-j in.1890, when; Presbyterian-j ism was at a has stayed! Provisions Of City Market in- a little outside help, at my own j steadily v.-ith the town and -as results expense- .with the consequence that show, got it pretty -well in the Fires- some of the notices are not just what! byterian corrall. His I- would have desired and are incor- reel to aa extent which, however, "is vfry insignificant. I protest against the treatment that has been meted out to me in the City .offices. I was to have had ,an office from the start, but have not yet had one but have been placed in the Council Chamber a general thorugh- far-e to be subjected to all manner of leaving the hay and grain stacks ex- interruptions while every petty offi- l.cial has his ownr office! It is a deplorable fact that R. L. Borden has gone to Nova Scotia and will visit his mother at -'Grand Prc before proceeding to Hali-> .fax for his meetings on Thursday and Friday. City is run ,'by one man, a "civic au- backed ;by a click of the City's representatives. Why it is so it is hard to conceive! I have refused to be a j lacky or puppet- of hence ths Wheat prices have advanced .cent a bushel this morning and the Autocrat, The following are' sections of By- congregation i Law No. 59, 'which is a bylaw to es- on Sunday night is worth seeing, i tablish a-public market and public about 75 per cent, being men and-re-! weigh scales in the city of Lethbridge Notice THE BRITISH COLUMBIA AND MANITOBA RAILWAY COM- PANY TO THE SHAREHOLDERS: NOTICE is .hereby given that where- as the requirements of The Railway Act to incorporate The British Cclum- bia and Manitoba Railway Company have been fully complied with, BO as to- permit of the. organization of meeting of the Share- holders of the Company will br> held at. thg law offices of Messrs. Johnston Ritchie, adjoining the Union Bank, at Lethbridge, Alberta, on Tuesday' the Second day of November, 1909, at eleven o'clock .in the forenoon for the purpose _of receiving the report of the provisional directors of the Company, organizing the Company, Daily Herald Market Pip bavc. to or to rent place il Iff this column. If you went anything use {fate column. 25c QM insertion 6 insertions fur fi I C ITU AT I ONI WANTED Uken in or aoue at private homes. Good work at reasonable Mrs. Botham, Torrance Ave., betide railway track. 222-Oi SITUATIONS VACANT- POSITION. bookkeep- er, assistant book-keeper or account- ant. Have had some experience. Al I references. Apply P. 0. Box 60, City. 251-6 by, man and wife. Wife good cook and man used to farm work. Apply Box A. X., ai I cook at once, good plain cooking, for Hotel-at Bow Island. Apply Box Lethbridge. 254-6 for mine 251-6 j i 11 MV1 J.W1 J11.LA1V electing directors ana transacting all [boarding, house. Box V.. .Herald offi- other business which may proporly be brought before such meeting. HENRY BOY, FRANCIS W. ROLT. JULES J. FLEUTOT, J. B. T. CARON, EDWARD HOFFMAN, For Provisional Directors. Dated, Lethbridge, September 30th, 1S09. Voters' List All ratepayers who are duly quali- fied residents residing north of the WANTED-.15 carpenters at once. Ap- plylOliver Manufacturing Co. 249-0 _ Bay Co. re- quire trained help for Dressmaking Department. Apply Manager Hud- son's Bay Stores. 250-6 SITUATION young man of French and had experience in time-keeping and other clerical work. Also in handling men and different C P. R. track whose ifames appear machinery. Apply Box L the revised voters' list will please ap-i ply IMMEDIATELY to the Sec.-Treas.! 244-12 to have their names placed on tihet voters'. list for the North Ward booth. G. W. .EOBINSQN, 254-7-- woodsmen. Highest going wages-paid. Elk Lumber Co. F. G. Waters, superintendent, Hos- mer, B. C. 337-0 -t ..A f A, X. r- n. I' IS V- J. O, DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP] Oliver Manufactur- To all -whom -it may concern: Be it ,'ng Co., 249-0 fore existing between E. C. Ludtke and A: Waddell, of the firm of Lud- tke and, 'Waddell, real estate agents, of Bow Island, in-the Province of. Al-' has been dissolved by mutual consent. All accounts against said" firm are' first class moulders. Apply LetEbridge Iron Works Co., ttd. 251-6 bright young girl for office." No knowledge of stenography to be presented within twenty-one Apply Box S.. Herald from -the date hereof to .E. C. office. 251-6 who will pay the and j _____ all .accounts, due the said'firm are to be paid to E. C. TLudtke within four- teen'days "from "date.: > the'City, of- Lethbridge the 6th- day., -of October, 1909. Signed: Witness: E. C. LTJDIKE, A. WADDELL. D. R. WARE. 252-8 for dining room work., Mine boardins house. Box V. Herald office. 251-6 for laundry; Ex- perience not Laundry.'. Go.. SITUATION ac- countant and stenographer seeks berth temporary or otherwise. Apply Huggett, General Delivery, City. 255-1 by youag man (English) to farm work or would do any other work. Apply A. Harwood, Le-thbridge P. 0., Alta. 255-1 PHUPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE new seven. rooiueJ fully modern bouse un Court..? near new Central School, Apply :P MacMurphy, Mgr. Soath Alberta L'utu ber Co.. Phone 225. 200-0 LAND FOR SALE a bargain, south half of- 9-8-19. .If interested, phone 350 of call at, Room. 11, South- ard Block. Imperial 'Development Co., Ltd. 240-0 FOE acres, improved farm, 80 acres broken, 50 ready for next spring. Good house; barn, etc. Good home in good .locality. Terms. Apply Box 27, Herald Office. 253-4 FOR section and' a half of first class 14 Cured 0 073 of three years." "A homesteader ma'j live within nine miles of nis home .ud occupied by him OT son. daugbiei In certain districts a homesteadti in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside hia staad. Price S3.00 per acre. Dutiee -Must -reside six months in eacr of six years from of homestead entry time requited tc homeatead pateut) jiad fifty acres extra. A homesteader who bat exhaueteo homestead tight and cannot ob' rain a pre-emption may take pur chased homestead in certain dintticU Price per tcre. Beside aix months in each of thtef years, cultivate fifty and house fSOO.OO. W.W.OOBY. Deputy Minister of tbe. -r publi thi" will nn-. for 'v 255-3 Yours, V. JtODGERS. NOTICE To Whom It May Concern: Take notice that Mrs. Abram Hoar- er, formerly Mrs. Margaret Sutae I married August 8, 1909, hav- ing of her and board, ble for any (Signed) 255-1 LOST OR STRAYED return of four mares branded LM on left shoulder, ami seven seldings branded 7L on left hip. Notify A. A., Johnsuui. Lethbridge, Alta. 209-fl light red cow about 6 accord .left my' bed j years old ..branded ZNZ on left ribs; I will not be responsi- j With cow is roan calf .about 4 months she may contract. A. HOARER. .Masinasin P.O. NOTICE old. One dark red cow about 2 years old, branded 2R mark above the R) on left cow red calf about 4 weeks old. Loet 1 i mile east and 2 miles south of i The firm of A. Easton and Co. has nifred, Alta., on N. W. 1-4 Sec. been dissolved, to be replaced by A. i Finder notify at once R A Williams. Easton, Ltd. It is important that all accounts' 'due the first mentioned company'be paid before October 15th as alter that date they will be placed in the hands of a aolicitor. 237-24 of long brown kid gloves in Eureka Theatre. Owner can have same by calling at Herald ;and payrng for this ad. Winnifred, Alta 239-52 S. 12 Tp. 11, R. 15, one dark grey filly, two years old branded L7 on right thigh. reward for in- formation leading to the recovery, or return to Pearson's stable, Taber or F. Litchfield, Raymond. 253-6 Lothbridge, one bay branded combination NP on left shoulder; three white feet, lump under eye; colt- by side. Return gold locket, "photo inside J to S. G, Tuff, Dufferin St. ar.d re- Apply Herald. 255-0 ceive reward. 255-6 ;