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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO IH E L E T RIDC E, p A1LY HER ALP THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914 :i s I a t i v e of the 'Province of Al- berta EXTRACTS FROM THE RULES RE- TO PRIVATE BILLS. AH o Priva.0 whether (or the erection of a -bridge, the making of a railroad, tramway, turnpike, road, telegraph, or telephone line, the construction or improvement of a harbour, canal, dam, slide, or other like work; the granting of a ri-ht of fern-: tho incorporation of any particular or cuilinE. or of i-iiv joint stock company, or other- wise for granting to any individual or i-'dividuals any exclusive or peculiar ruhis or privileges whatever, .or for dolns any matter or thing which in its operation would'affect the rights of property of other parties, or relate to any particular class of the com- munity, or for making any amendment ot a iike nature to any former Act, shall require a notice, clearly aud dis- tinctly specifying the nature and ob- ject-, -and. .where proposed work, indicating generally the loca- tion of the work, and signed by or on behalf of the applicants, such notice to be published, during two months, between the close the nest preced- ing Session and the time of the con- sideration ot the petition, ill four is- sues of The Alberta Gazette, and of one other newspaper, published in English; and withiu two weeks from the first appearance of such notice in The Mberta Gazette two copies of the said Bill, with a receipt from the Provincial Treasurer for the sum of one hundred dollars, if the said Bill does not exceed teu pages, and ten dollars additional for each page over that number, and for the purposes of this Rule 450 words shall be held to constitute a page, and also in the case of a Bill incorporating a com- pany, a receipt from the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies for such sum as would be payable by the applicant or applicants for the incorporation of a company with a similar capitaliza- tion to the capitalization of the company sought to he incorporated by such Bill, shall be placed by the applicant in the hands of the Clerk of the House, whose duty it shall be to cet the said Bill printed forthwith. Copies of the newspapers containing -the first and last insertion of such notice be sent-ty. the .parties in: serflng snch notice 'to" the Cferk'of the House, to be filed amongst the recants of the Committee on Stand- ing Orders.., table omVs to be Paid to the Reglt- trar of Joint Stock Companies Under Rule 52 (See Cap. 20, 1913, Secrnd Session.) Tor registration ot.a company whose nominal.; capital does uol exceed For registration of a Company whoso nominal capital ex- ceeds the above fee of ?o6.0p with the following additional ties ac- cording to the amount of capl- ..tal, that For even- or part or "030 attVr the first 'up to For or part ot after the flrst For., every or .part -of. 30.06 3.00 J. Clerk "of "file Legislative Assembly. Ad L 34 City of Lethbridge NOTICE is hereby giv- en City of Leth- bridge will'apply to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of- Alberta at'the "next session there- of to amend the Leth- bridge Charter. 1 By chansinir the mode of assess- ment from the actual land value to me price which a willing, buyer would pav to a willing seller at the time when-the greatest debt was incurred bv improvements within the City, al- wars giving due consideration to in- crease in values from centre oi front- age to corner, 2. By' increasing the" penalty tor non-payment of tases after the end oi the current-year from.five per centum per annum to'one per cent per month. 3. To allow tie City five per cent, of the amount al school taxes for levy. vt. the .percentage of the voters required upon a petition for We have made a special late to all new sub- scribers living out of the city, and will send THE LETHBEIDGE HEKALD To Any Address from now until Dec. 31st, 1914, for Regular Yearly All subscriptions will start the same da} as received. The Daily Herald .Lethbridge, Alta. I enclose lac for which please send The Daily Herald until December 31st next Name Address I SEND MONEY BY REGIS- TERED MAlt OR 00ST OF- FICE ORDER. TheLethbridge Herald LETHBRIDGE recall the City Commissioners from cent, of the casi-'at tho test tinal.olobtlonto'ttfteon per of the'total voters ba tSQ last revised list, and that petitions must bo returned to the City Clerk days from the flpie they arc started. 5. To place tlw preparation of the assessment roll tlie tai roll and tho voters' list under the'department of the City Assessor instead of thS'City Clerk. To validate. By-law Number 236 the City at JLethbrldge_ aud_ the __ins io be issued" iiiwreuuuar irhleu By-law is for the purpose- of raising iy way of permanent loan the sum of 171.04 for deficiency in .current expenditure for the yours 180S to.1918 inclusive. f.'" 7. By providing that a frontage rate ma'y be levied in regard to se.wrs and iboulcvards not to exceed ton'. (10) per'lineal "foot, similar to that in regard to water works provided under this charter. S. To validsto and confirm a 'cer- tain agreement made and entered into between the Canadian Pacific Rail1 way Company and .the City of Leth- bridge for the Construction of a; sub- way under the Canadian Pacific Rail- way at Thirteenth Street in tho City of Lethbridge.. vv 9. For the -purpose 'L6f removing doubts as to whether a certain agree- ment made between the Canadian Pa- cific Railway Company, the Alberta Irngatloii (ShipiteyBa'd.the City of Lethbrid.ge dated 'the 1st "day of Jlay 1905 included school taxes and to have it declared tbat the same, does include school taxes. 10. For of removing doubts as to whether a certain agree- ment made between the Ellison Mill ing Company Limited and the City of Lethbridge dated the 4th day of September 1906 included school lases, aud to have it declared that the same does include school taxes. 11. And for such further and other amendments of a minor nature as may be required'and such amendments as are necessary to correct any inaccur- acies or inconsistencies in any of the provisions of the Lethbridge Charter. Dated this 16th day of September, AD. 1914. Booil men wanted; must.have little cash; money maker for 'right party. Apply :at once. No other than .hustlers need apply. Auto- Coupler Co.. Room r. plninvcooklng and .housework. Box 'IS Herald. iirijM, ill Da Forest Ad. No. T 18. Iii the Supreme Court oi Alberta, Judicial, Dist- triet of Le'tiibridg'e BETWEEN JAMES P. LAMB, No. 1374 HENRY DeieSdant SITUATIONS WANTED on farm by man and wife with'no; children; wife good cook and man "experienced in stock and mnn-.worl.1; Apply Bos-87. Her- a.ld..6ffice.''-: -I' as or baker or similar Job; wages according "to amount of wqrK. At "liberty October Address Box 9 Herald! TEACHER WANTED TEACHER" in the Leth- bridse Inspectorate, to act as district editor for the Alberta School Journal. Duties to write monthly local notes, and to receive subscriptions, adver- tisements, etc. Liberal payment on accepted which, with commis- sions, should- average to ?'JS per mouth Must 5100 c-ish to in vest in stock of company now fornir ing to over present business, which shows prpBts on past earnings t- Apply, >mo 'experience ft' accounting 1C; Herald.- for ,Weat 1S'ouihMn.S...D..No, start at once. State, salary 'Address- J. E. Box- 35, Lethbrldgo. h .and '.women- to, Harper Trade. .Eight weeks, reciulred; positions or locations secured as soon us competentr'graduates make hlg money; .and., .terms, -tree. Moler Barber College. 004A Centre St, Calgary.. WANTJEDr-Domestlc Uqlp renulrea.tor Apply TO RENT TO in a Difoomed1 fuliy'inodern-cottaga, s roomed'fully modern cottage" 015 12th St. 3., trouR iar.line, per month, "y'-.t'o Palace Clothing; Store, next lank.of .Commerce, .Bth Street Beautifully tarnished four iapartment ;wllh: every modern in' the Victoria Mansions. A' b'i one' furnished two-roomed-; suite hath.. Apply at the offlce corier.'Srd Are. and 10th St.; South. gse: _______ premises on .Third Avenue South now occupied by "The; Available Sept. 1st. Apply -i> Br.-Staffonl, Stafford Block. TO rooms, per Vfecfc- 'light housekeeping per; Board .if desired. .Modern coriveniences. Apply Mra.-H.Cs.mer oiSiO.'lltli-St.-S. TO mouern house, fully decorated 813 8th Ave. S. Particu- lars aud key at 101S 12th St. South, or Phone 1418. TO roomed cottage nearr jy new; also two or three unfurnished rooms, convenient and cosy for -light housekeeping. All fully modern. Ap- ply 527 12th St. A North or. Phone 694. v TO 5 roomed: house, S19 ,13th 'St. S.. situated between 3rd and 4th Ave., facing west. Possession Oct. 1st. Apply Arthur Hayr, care of Have Hardware Co. GAS RATES Commencing with the October reading of this year, the following rates for Natural Gas heeoine effective: RATES PER 1000 CU. FT. 10'days Qfow JDisconnt Net S5e f 35c ion ,BC 25c 20c- Be Be '25c 200 loo 20c 2uc 20c !7c !6c -16o First IBO.OOOiCU. .ft per, monthly {period----- Next 860000 cu ft per monthly period.r'.. Next cu. ft. per monthij period Next cu. ft per monthly period.. POWER PURPOSES: cu. ft per monthly period.... '.Next cnift ner monthly period Neil en. ft per monthly! period1... 20c 5c consumers using p3orecthan twenty million cubic feet per monthly period, the net rate for the entile account will be fifteen cents per thousand cubic feet The Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light Heat, and Power Company, Limited There Trill be sold with the appro- bation of the Local Jtidge of this Hon- ourable Court on Saturday the 10th day of October at the. hour of twelve o'clock noon at. tiie Court House In the City' of Lethbridge in the- Province ot A'lberta, the interest of Henry L. Helgerson in the follow- ing lands; Section 9, .9, Range'13, West of the Fourth Meridian, reserv- ing therefrom all mine's and minerals and the right to work the same. About one .hundred acres of land is said to be broken arid there is said to be about three miles of three strand 'barb wire fence1 with" cedar posts two on the-said'.land. The North Half .of 17, in Township 9 Range 13 West the Fourth Meridian, reserving therefrom all mines: and minerals.and the right to work the same. The North West Quarter of Section S3, in" Township 9 Range 13 West of the Fourth Meridian, reserving' there- from all mines' and 'minerals 'and the right to work .the -same. The South Half of Section, 23, in To-rash r 9, Pange 12, West the Fourth Meridian, reserving therefrom all mines. and minerals and the right tc work the same I There is said to be'a frame'dwelling louse of two "stories, 'about one granary 12'sHj'. Two granaries each, one with hay loft, S6's36', and also well on ihe said land. About, two .hundred, acres of this land -is-, said to, be in. crop and there is also said to be four miles of barb wire fence of two strands; with cedar posts, on the said land. The North Bast .Quarter of Section' 17, in Township .9, Range 12, West of the Fourth Meridian reserving there- from all mines rand right to work -the' same; This land is said' to' have' been brok- and there -Is said -to -be. about one mile of barb wire fencing, of. two strandR-with cedar posts, and also one granary about 14'xl6' on 'the said land. The North Half of Section 23, m Township 19 _qf Fourth Mendiau reserving therefrom ailmlnes and minerals and the right to work the eatne Tnis property will -te bt'fordd' for sale subject, to -a. reserved -bid which has been fized-'by a Judije. Terms of Payment per cent In cash and the balance in thirty dais >after sale with Interest at su ner cent. Particulars and Conditions of sale may be seen at the offices of Malcolm Auctioneer, and JOHNSTOS'E RITCHIE, Alberta, Ad No R 6 Plaintiffs Solicitors to Editor. 'Alberta School Journal; Stratlitona MISCELLANEOUS WANTSJ harness and dehv erv rig Box 10 Herald WANTEDr-Stock to -good 'O roomed modern cot- age, centraMocatlon, No. B18 Sth St. per month. Can be inspected at any time. For further particulars all or phone R. V. Gibbons, Balmoral Block. Phone 1191. beds and. rui mug water part stock for payments Brown Bentlev would take ipply C C O room; semi modern cottage. No. 623 12th Street. 516- per month. Apply' N. E. Peat Co., Room 5, Macdoaald payment S Alberta rattle and sheep o-feed through wiiter here m the mgated district Horses pe- head per month cattle 5150 .Special ar steers Farm Products Limifd "W J Lloid Algr Phones. 1017 and 365.r Monarch Gentian Foiled in Effort to Reach Maclcod, Sept attempt make a trip through the Stales and thence to the-Fatherland-by a.. Ger- man reservist', was. [rustrated.jby. the Mounted Police at- Monarch, who ai- rcsted -the iwouid-he soldier, and brought him to- the llaclcpd- Bar- racks The .name of-.tlie man. ascertained, but he is said a well known resident o( the. Monarch district He is the firafc prisoner ot wat to be held in custod) here, feed ck to .-winter. Plenty tate stpck for pal FOR now occupied by Western T'nimMnna Co, flra oor north of Herald. Ready now. .pply at Herald offlco. :O RENT Fully modern house, all painted and papered since last occu- tied. Large garden 'plot corner 7th 34.T How many cattle or sheep can you feed on your farm this winter' We will arrange and hnj lour haj m stack with privlege of feeding it on %onr if you have supply oi fld W 3 Lloyd 1017 ;ito'n. Phono Mrs. M. Alts. DRESSMAKING SEWINQ reasonable. 534 '6th St. S. (next Henderson Gar- .age.) Miss Knapp. FURRIER FURS REMODELLED, dressed and Work guaranteed. Please us'have order as soon as pos- sible David Scott, Bentley Com- Miscellaneous for Sale FOR lambs, 1000 yearling ewes [ind 360 feedint ewes Noil M S'alWri Qrassy Lake, Alta FOR 2000 head 50C Iambs, 500 fat ewea and wethers, bal- ance breeding ewes 2. and 3 years old Will sell anj number to suit buyer G Wenbouma, Taber, Alia FOB buggy in good con ditlon, and .ciiicKens, cheap. Apply iliaclt roarJ.217 7th Ave.'S. Fok SALEr-Furnlture at 319 South. .A snap if taken at once, by the'-lo't or by: piece. FOR good" bunch of :well bred Clyde horses; nearly all mares and fillies, or would, trade for cattle or eheep. I could keep horses till next spring 1C nece-sary Owner, John Dodds Beiseker, Alta For Sale or Exchange TO for miles N W ot Edmonton For par- ticulars enquire .of E. Plynn, P.-Jf., Rdviere Qni Barre, Alta. WANTEDr-To erchange green feed or oats for one or ,mora good milk Apply Wm. Nprtham, Albion cows Ridgtf. Steamship Ticket SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Onadlan Pacific Royal Mall Steamon Allan Line Royal Mall French Line to Havre White Star New York and CUEd Ian service t Cunard Line, New York and .Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 -Csroful and Prompt THE NURSING MISSION i Piovldes visiting nurses for nity and all medical and surgical 1 cases (except contagious and charges according to the cir cumstances ol the patient .Poor patients cared for free of charge Graduate nnrses for private duty also provided For further partlc ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion 1414 Tth Avenue South. Phone 12S3 (Misa) A. M Tllley.'SupervUor. (Miss) A MacKry, Grad Nurse. (Miss) J Mackenzie, Grad Northern Hall lan service. Canadian Steamers r Donaldson Line to Glasgow. Anchor Line to Glasgow- North German Llovd Hamburg American ind ell other and Fastest Steamers; cheapest fares, direct saillnjr Ant-- werp and Hamburg connections, Czer- moniti, and all other Contln cnul points Buy, your tickets where you get your train 8. B. MITCHELL, 0. P. Agent, v Lethbridge. OR. M. J. or Royal Collego of Dental Burgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Booms t and Bryan Block.; Phone; 1071. DR6. MARRB AND cucccttors to Drs. Stewart and Me- Clore. Hours: 8 to E.'tOfflce. 'fllg. nbolham BlocK. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College To! Surgeons, (EnB.> Colleso of Physicians L.D.S., 1300. Hours: 6-8, Post Office Block. PIANO TUITION MRS. W. H. of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Pupils prepared for Gollege of Music, or Toropto Conservatory de- sired. Stndlo 1226 Bth'Avenue South, Lethbridge. ABBIE G. 3rd Ave. teacher of Pianoforte, Harmony and Musical History, will open her classes on Sept. JtK.: Interesting and-practical 'syBterii used ".with children, leading up to'the-best re-' suits In Technique and "Musical In- terpretation for advanced piipils. Pupils prepared for examinations -if desired. Phone. 1529. MISS'ANNE PORTER: will open 1 pri- vate kindergarten for a' limited number of. children, between the ages of four and six years.. .A Khv dergarten' 'Musical; Course will Jhi included. Junior and Intermediate pupils for. piano--wlll'-also i be "ac- cepted. Call or write'12ii'5th Ave.. South on or before. Sept; KING EDWARD'S i.cck B S Headmistress. Miss V. -M. Cherrlngton. Boarding Elrls and young boys. Bradns' mountain climate Full High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping Special attention given to.Drawing, Painting-, Sketch- ing from nature; etc.1 prospectus. PIANO TUNING. 1, H. CRIPP8, EXPERT and Organ repairer: 20 years factory experience Hem nurs Certiflcate HT, Assn London, Reference to the leading musicians of the city Phona 1168 11153 6th Ave 'A' South C SUHVEYING J. HAMILTON B A Oft! Land Surveyor, Irrlga ticVi Hydranlio Engineer Pooma B and e, Whitney Bloofc'P. O. Boi' 6B7. Phone 1042. PUFF A Ed- wartis "BASc, Dominion and Al wrdi Laifd Donali A. Duff. blue i-int tag, pirtl englwiarlng and land sur- Teylnj. Suite 805 Sherlock Bldg.. LethBrliiCT. Alia. "d-tf AUdTIONEER W. L. ana Olty Licensed Ajictloaeer fialea of nil ktodt conductej on terms IJv. itoct at farm t ipecMlty the Co, 38th St. North 1083. Phone 5S5. offlce at LetMrluse- UNDERTAKING T. 8 Puneral alao-agent (or Jltrblo ft Granite VfoTtn, of oppoiiu Court Houn-j Phone fiSl. denoe 284 Tth 3. 1178. Open day anA night____________ 8. Y. Director ana Erabalnwr. 411 Sth Street South, Phono 1S02 night or day WHOtSSjtLE THIS. PAGE (JOES TO PRESS AT 1J O'CLOCK NOON. CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS. HOUR TO ENSURE IN- SERTION SAME DAY AS OR- DERED. THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO, FOR SERVICE We find the stenographer that iulu'the pMltlan. We find the position that tulU Adding and Typevyrlter Remington No II (Its convenience ind ilmpllelty It wonderful.) Remington No 10 (ha. the only Column Monarch (wonderful for He M--M shift and touch.) Smith Premier with Remington Junior (Hsi market and field of own.) THEY ALL HAVE THE REMINGTON DURABILITY. Everything Typewriter A J PASSMORE, Building, LetHnridfle, Alberta HAY. GRAIN AND POTATOES- Wholesale and rawl i-AH Tarletlen ot timothy, iilfaHh, blue Joint, ntxed hay upland hay; oat hay and Miied etrloeds a (peolalty Storage lor gocdn, etc., cellar space for rejt Hyde end Saunters corner Are and 12th SI S t 0 Box 1-jgT Phona 1Z44 ACCOUNTANT W. D of the Inttl- of Charteied Aecfflintento o! England and and of the In of Chwterd Bldt LetljbrUfe, W. A HENDERSON COY. Chartered ftccountinti Uthbrld.s He. Accoununcy Ui Be uraneh.i Secretarial Ad- vlsorr, Systematizing, end Triiet Work, Inves- tliatlme, Liquldattona. Acadla Building, Lethbrldge Reildent R RITCHIE PATERSON, Churtered Accountant (Scot) ;