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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1909. yow want an investment of wiikh will 2O to 25 per cent, clear return? This is no wild speculation but a good investment iu Lethbrirfge C y Property. If interested call on i _JL mj____________________________ Freeman, Macleod and Graham Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P. 0. Box 679 THREE SECTIONS Improved Al Land, Good House, 1 i Barn, Well, etc.. within four miles of good town. A Snap i at per acre. Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block PHONE 290 BAR ROOM CHAIRS FOR? QUESTION NOT ANSWERED AT CITY TAX COLLECTOR GOES THE TENT K.'u.'llpi! lii Hi' 4: Cottages in North.'Ward, all rented, 1500.00 handles 4 Cotiages in Korth Ward, all rented, handles 1 Cottage, London Road, rented, down, balance to suit. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Box 254 H 5 FIRE INSURANCE. FARM LOANS AT 8 PER cENf. J WITHIN SIGHT OF THE CITY i J N. E. X 26, Tp. 8, Rga. 22- J N. w. x Sec. 25, Tp. 8, Rge. acre, easy To Ranch, suitable for dairy The H. Macbeth Agency I LOANS INSURANCE Best Lots in Alexander Addition, each Lots in North Ward, close to track, each Two Lots in Kiverview, the pair Four-loomed House on Lot facing two streets, Southern Alberta loao i tetmeot Co, GEORGE J. BRYAN Gen. r Thompson Block, Calgary Bryan Block, Lethbridge Offices to Rent in Bryan Block All Property Listed at Both Offices The city fathers met in solemn con- clave last night for the second reg- ular meeting of the month and got through a big pile of business, most- ly of the routine ordsr but there were s'ome big; matters brought in and disposed of with little talk and as usual some little matters occasion- ed a lot of discussion. To relieve the monotony of their labors the council had an interesting arid in- structive debate among several rep- of jfiirnts tendeijfyig toti some transformers for the city's elec- tric department. Having enjoyed the entertainment, the council dis- posed of the matter as they started out to do. All the members of the council were present. In the absence of the [secretary-treasurer. Aid. _ Bowman performed the duties of that office in addition: to his duties as alder- man. The acting secretary had ne- glected to give him the minute book and as it could not ba found, the reading of the minutes was waived until the next meeting. Ladies' Present A couple of ladies were present to- what the council "was going iv j do about having the Chinese laun- dries removed from the residential district. The Mayor assured them that it is the council's intention to amend the by-law and have the Chinese laundries put off by them- J selves where they will be a nuisance j j to nobody. They will have to have j i sufficient notice to leave arid in the meantime no others will be "al- lowed to come into the districts re- stricted by the amended by-laws. A gentleman living on Crabb St. complained of the condition of the stables, backyards and closets in his end of the city. Inspector Val- lance -was present and in reply to the Mayor's query he said that he had this week served three orders iilliflplipiijipllii! MAGISTRATE SKIN DISEASE Magistrate F. Rasmussen, of an, 'Marquette Street, Montreal, writes to the Zam-Buk Co. as follows: many 1 was troubled witK terioui eruption of the which not only unsightly, but very painful. I tried various household remedies, but all these proved altogether I took medieml advice. Not one, but several in turn were consulted, I WM unable to get any permanent' reliif. Some time bmck I noticed report from a of the Peace who had been i cured of a. chronic skin-disease by Zun-Bult, and 1 determined to give balm a trial. After a thoroughly fair test, I can say I am delighted .with it. 1 have the reasons for this conclusion because, everything 1 embroca- tions, washes, soaps, and doctors' prc- absolutely to relieve my j pain and rid me of my trouble, three boxes j of Zam-Buk have -worked a complete cure. "In my opinion Zam-Buk should fce even more than it is. and I have no objection to you publishing this for ecserna. eruptions, rashes, tetter, itch, ringworm, ana similar skin Zam-Buk is without.equal. It also cures cuts, burns, scalds, piles, abscesses, chronic Bores, blood-poisoning, etc. All stores at 50 cents a box. or post ires for from the Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. SamBiik A Fine Quarter of Irrigated Land, lo Lelh bridge, per acre. Very easy terms. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND the matter of the closets was being left in abeyance until the appoint- ment of a scavenger was made. Pol! Tax Collector There were eleven applicants for the position of poll tax collector. G. C. Powell, who had the advantage of ment of the bill but explained that it was bought for the sidewalk in- spector to wear making his tests of the cement being used in that work. The other account was from the Turpin Furniture Co., for one re- clining couch; six bar-room chairs, and a table. That looked rather sus- picioujs to the finance and hs inquired as to who was starting up "a game." The Mayor thought they might have been, ordered for him and suspicions were thrown around at several of the aldermen son the tent' -near the Irrigation ofliees was not taken down in accord- ance with the motion passed at last council meeting. The owner of the tent seems to be out of town. So the alderman suggested that the city should take it down and hold it until the owner pay for the cost of the work. All the others agreed as to its disgracefulness and the desir- ability of taking it down, and Aid. Bowman went on tp say that he would never vote to have -another wni erected in the city. The Mayor was afraid that as the tent was on other people's property that the city might get into trouble if they took t down. Aid. Hutton said that as the sixty days time allowed was up t should come down and Aid. Adams thought it would be a good idea to the owners of the lots that the ent had to come down. The police will be ordered to see that it comes down some way or other. T. S. Fetterly was present and askvd the council to 'give him three weeks longer to use the tents he is usi :g jfe the building he is to oc- cupy will be ready until that time. As this was a different case, the tent used the council gave him a month longer. The Tax Sale The mayor wanted to know what was to be done about getting the tax- sale under way. Aid.-Bowman ex- plained that the asscsor would have to prepare a list' of the properties two years in arrears and he is busy now getting out the tax notic- es. By waiting until after October 31 there would be another year of taxes to add to the properties. Preparing for the Convention John T. Hall, secretary of the 'Al- berta Union of Municipalities wrote asking the council to let him know what hall was to be used for the con- vention to be held here on October 8" and 9 and also suggesting that an effort be made to get some men in j this district to prepare papers for the convention. The Mayor said that he had thought of turning the matter ever to Mr. McNicoi, the secretary. of the Board of Trade, to arrange for the entertainment of the visitors as he seems to be good at the business. I Aid. Hatch told how the convention; had been entertained at Edniontoh i THE CANADIAN BANK OF CO] PFKICJS. TOKOMTO WAI -CIR. The Sermar, SHT: f- Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, 3AVELLERS' CHEQUES Cheques recctitfy issued by this Baak are a mow to carry money when travelling. They issued la 4eac and aoMXiat payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Korway, ttuiMia, u stated on the of each cheque, wtuk in other current J ail information Lethbriiige Branch C G. K. Noiirse, Manager Capital, Rest and Ui- divided Profits'Exceed Ready Cash _____________________________Unlike most invest- inents, money deposited in. the Union Bank is always ready for use. There is never any delay or loss getting it when you want it. It is absolutely safe, and always worth dollar for dollar. Don t tie up }-our money in risky ventures, when you can get compound interest on it here, with absolute security, and the privilege of withdrawing it at any time., Lethbridge R. Anderson. Manager. Stirling F. Schimnowski.Actmg Manager. Grassy Lake W. Baillje, EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED 1859. CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted: Accounts of Mer- chants and Farmers invited Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of acid tip-wards received and in- terest allowed at. highest current rates. last year suggested that Messrs, j ft Buchanan. Arnold anrl i Buchanan, Conybeare, Arnold and i Itobineon be consulted in the mat- Lethbridge Branch J. A. R. ROUND STREET .Old Sage Store ROME, Manager. LJJ.W CLLi V CUU.LcitC vi speaking several languages used by jancl ottleTS hut as far as the coun- those from whom, he proposed" to col- cil was coricemed it remained a mys- "tery although .the general suspicion Two Choice Corner Lots on Railway Street, North Ward. each, easy terms Small House and Lot on Railway Street, North Ward. easy terms I. Eakin and Co. 307 Crabb St. (Opposite Bank of Lethbri dge, Alta. Phone 383 lect tax., was given the Night Soil Scavenger was that they were ordered for the Four .men wanted the job of doing !fire.brigade accounts the city scavenging. On motion Of referred to the storekeeper to il Strathcona went from Mon- treal to Halifax by special train to Fred A. Mills, cashier of the Gpeat Northern Railway a visit of three hours to Lieu- been arrested for appropriating FARMERS! Before bnying a new wagon for the coming harvest you should see the NEW MOLINE, FAIRCHILD and Sounders Office lid lirehouse Cor. Ford nd Gimpbell Streets Aid. King, E. P. Mee, who has been doing that work for; some time at per, offered to do .city for a week and was taken up on the offer. He-is to report weekly to the Sanitary Inspector under whose direction he will be, will cov- er the whole city and is required to do the job in "a workmanlike man- ner." City Hall Janitor The council was informed that E. Dawson had resigned his job as jan- itor of the city hall and that Fred Smith had been doing the work since. The council was asked to make an appointment whereupon Aid. Bow- j man exclaimed, "Surely there is some official who can appoint a janitor without having to have th? council deal with matter. After some discusson as to whether they should advertise or not- and making sure that janitor understood steam heat, etc., it was finally left with the Mayor and in the meantime Fred Smith will continue doing the work. Local Improvements Several residents on Bruce St. pe- titioned to have the sewer on street. The matter was referred to the city engineer for report. Citizens living on Bompas St. West asked for a cement walk to be built this year but will be informed that as the work .was not included in the esti- mates it will be impossible to do it this year. McKenzie's Claim In response to the council's re- quest at the lastv meeting that he should give them some definite ad- vice on the matter. City Solicitor Cbnybeare wrote saying- jthat; he would advise that the city could not entertain the claim of McKenzie for the month's wages he aslced. It might be that they might gst beaten in the courts the matter wore pres- sed but the city would be ahead by refusing to pay such claims as if they paid them all they would be imposed on. The letter was filed and there ended as far as the city is con- cerned McKenzie's claim for a month's wages. Aid. King inquired whether City Solicitor Conybeare had sent in a report on the claim of Bonnell Furman for the death of the The communication did not appear to be there. Auto Coats and Bar-room Chairs Aid. Bowman" in moving that the finance committee's report in favor of paying some of bills, when certificated correct, pick- ed out a coxiple. and called the at- tention of the :council to them. One account was for for an auto coat for some city official. As finance minister, Bowman objected to buying clothes for the officials. Aid. Oliver did not approve of the pay- look into. That Awful Tent Aid. King inquired as .to the rea- AH the imembers of the council declaimed any. desire to give papers at the convention although Aid. Bowman suggested that the Mayor S. S. AFFAIR, AT CLEVERVILLE Cleverville, Sept. Clever- ville oh Sunday afternoon, Sept. 12, prepare one on "How to Get the'the union Sunday School was held. Ratepayers Out to Vote on. Money By-1 The opening part of the service was and that Aid. King should conducted by the superintendent, LAND FOR SALE give one. on "Municipal Salaries." Aid. Hatch said 'that the conven- tion would be a very important one. The government had prepared a skeleton of a municipal bill provid- ing for uniform- municipal govern- _ ________o____ meat and were waiting until after institution in all civilized lands, therefore no its .existence Mrs. Edward Wright. The pastor, Rev. !E. Fairweather, recently from England, gave an address on "The power of the Sunday School." He opened his address by stating that recognized the. convention to fill in as may be suggested by the conven- tion. The subject of uniform muni- cipal government would therefore be the principal subject discussed. The Mayor; Aid. Hatch and Mr. McMcol were appointed a. committee to consult with the others mentioned in the matter and to make arrange- ments. acres, Choice block of 956 all See. 28 -and W. half Sec. W. This is nn the Weyburn Lethbridge extension smooth, level prairie, free from stones and will sell fur per acre inside a year. Price, for immediate sale, per acre en block, or in half sections; .cash ..un each half section, payments, inter- cent. Write or Aid. t.-r of Agricultural Grounds Oliver brought UD the mat- est at 6 witv W. J. GILLILAND, 1705 Cook Street, B.C., or The Canadian Real Estate Co., Eoom. 9, Bryan Block. Lethbridge. Automobiles For Hire THE MASON LAND CO. have just added two additional auto- mobiles to their equip- ment, and are prepar- ed to take care of all orders for business or pleasure trips in town or coqntry. Head- quarters at the City Garage, 1227 Bompaa Street. Telephone 429 taking over the Agricultural Grounds and meeting the obligations against them. Aid. Hatch proposed that a statement of these be pre- pared for presentation to the cbuh- 'cil, which will be done. The Cemetery The matter of the cemetery was spoken of hy the maycr who had gone into the matter somewhat. He found in the reports that there were over twenty people- buried who had not been numbered. There was a list of thy lots sold but not of any payments made. He said also that he had -been approached by Mr. Conybeare w'ith regard to taking over the Anglican cemetery as well. But as they want- ed to reserve a- part of the grounds for school purposes, he said he would not think of it unless took all of the ground's. The meeting adjourned to nret c-n Wednesday night- was needed. That it had proved to be in all our towns and' cities'a most valuable asset to the well being of the community. His mam'divisions were: 1, the Sunday school the cen- tre of.. the moral and religious dis- cipline 'in the life of the child, the youth, the young man and the wo- man. He saidf as the word advance had been realized as an essential fea- ture of the secular institutions, so had the same word been realized with a deeper significance than ever by "the Sunday school. .'Not a few schools had realized the value of de- partmental work, the need for scienti-. flc treatment of the child and youth. The Sunday school was the csntre of moral and religious discipline be- cause; it was concentrating its forces and-power on the rising generation as-was no other institution. finally, the Sunday school was the training ground of the future WILL BUILD The Sanford Oompany Makes Large Purchases. citizen. The only religious and moral training some children received was at her hands. 1 This great institution was striving to bring out in the children a love for the higher things of life, to train the children to appreciate that which was'noble and truly beautiful, to de- velop the conscience of -the child, the outn. the young man and woman. Her whole policy was to-create within those under her care a love for to make the citizen of the. future "a man after God's own j heart. "In so doing she was helping ito eradicate the evil and selfishness Should be a season of plentiful money for many of our people, ..and much of this should find its way in- to the Bank. We wish to 'remind all of. the fa-' cilities of the BANK OF TORONTO for conducting the banking business of farmers and town and city people. Surplus money should be in our Sayings Department where it will earn in- terest and where it will be SAFE intil required for use. Small or large amounts may be deposited or withdrawn at any time. 1855 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH T, W. McEachern Manager on the Churcli and Social Reform? Solos wera tastefully rendered by Mass Patterson and ilr. A. Farrow. There was a good attendance. London.. Sept. to the Chronicle's Sydney despatch, the majority of the Sydney dailies adopt a high tone and argue that the ques- tion of preference be considered in an imperial spirit and not merely from the-point of local interest. They (Winnipeg Tribune) A f JttwvWiU 'AH ULLU The business of the W. E., Sanford' moral spiritual life of any Manufacturing Company is increas- natlon- Hc closed his address with a. Iraps and bounds. The com- appeal for support which .blight human life. j point out that Canadian delegates to Tha Sunday school was indeed ono! congress of Chambers of Commerce of of tho most potent factors in the so-1 Empire adopted a purely commercial pany has purchased a site on Cath- arine street, Hamilton, between Main and Jackson streets, 73 feet by 280 feet. The property has' its main .frontage on Catharine street, with a depth of 73 feet on both Main-and Jackson jstreeth. .In additioni they have acpuired the property adjoining this on Jackson street, 75 feet by. 140 feet. The company has decided to ;erect temporary building on a por- tion of the land right away. The whole of the property does not1 come into their possession for another six months.s As soon as the present oc- cupants move the Sanford Company will be able, to go ahead with the propositions, they have in view. The building they intend putting at once- them not only to concentrate their labor, but also argely increase thej.r manufacturing acilities. Jitr.. Fairweather also preached up- basis, while Australians, who did not initiate the debate, adopted an im- perial basis and discussed British and political aspects of the question. BALED HAY AND OATS In any_quantity delivered in the City. Orders taken at A. Easton Harness Store. Phone 103 P.O. Box 201 T A. EAST O N ;