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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta utTHMioac, AtiiiTA, TUWOAY tirrpMMR im Brand Suits and Overcoats Clothes to your judgment Values that appeal to "your pocketbook. Sold and Guaranteed by McIiELVIE andW; against Whitney turn which has just been reported is in. the late The that of Mr. Martin Bailley, of 'the !'many thousand Boston1 Canadians Kootcnai district. Off 80 acres Mr. 1 read the correspondence in The Bailley got bushels. These are Transcript know whether it is or is no haphazard guesses, hut actual fig- ures, sary. impartial as between the Can- I assert which can be verified if neces- adiim Parties- l Positively .that' there is no more truth in trie ''scandals" than in Corporal Moses, ILN W.M.P went those against Whitney. not con. down to Cowley on Saturday to pro- 'secute on a charge of cattle stealing, j The accused was Mr.. J. G. Drewry one of the I'-est known and wealthiest ceivable'b one who tg the On. men ufitted district. for trial. He was coin- will not on Oj the anti. ct Launer scandals ras thoy did vn June on those who" analogously trmnp- ed up scandals Th connected. The mayor said that such a condition of affairs should riot ex- ist and an order ifas given Mr. Nei- dig to have the engineering depart- ment-attend, to-it last King's Appeal Refused _ Engineer Arnold made a statement regarding the application, of King for a refund of the cost of putting the 'sewer in -his -houses ,in Coutts St. 'Mr. King ;had aSked him for the estimate and had. been told that it would be and told him to go ahead. The ac- tual cost was As the expenses' did not exceed ;the estimate given him, the. council did not see the ne- cessity of making any refund. Advertise the-Proposition G. B. Bo_wman's propos.ition for putting in the sewer to residences of Mrs. White on Ford Coons" for sower to residence in Block A., were aproved.. The mayor thought that-the city should adver- tise th? fact that the city-'is willing In comparing these recommenda- tions with the practice of the former Electric. Co..'Aid.'.Macbeth said that the company always paid for the in- stallation and that a mininium of month .was'charged only when the house was left vacant. The .report was, at the sugi'-stion of; Aid. Cunningham, left to the Fire, port. Aid. Macbeth sugegsted that the-cpmmittee report on. the advisa- bility of. appointing 'of an inspector of wiring. Board of Trade Grant The secretary of the Board of Trade wrote asking for another thousand dollars a part of the grant made by the council. The niotion was pas sed ordering the treasurer 'to paj coming 'after; the by the city for the Board Of Trade had been deBucted. _ In the Hem of news regarding the Qovernmpnts of" froth "tht-s ennnen GOT A VERDiCT Toronto, Orit., Sept. Hansford, was awarded dam- ages by a jury in his action against the G. T. R. for the death of las son who was killed at a crossing here. arrest of two men as suspects in the _ men nave best to matter of cracking the mill safe, your administer public -'affairs honestly correspondent, unwittingly did the In the few instances whir re they hav. local members of the Mounted Police {uiled ia jninor matters they have out of sora- credit that was coming betrayed negligence to them. The statement that "in-1: or folly Of formation was brought in" that the j men were in an unoccupied shack, I was hardly correct, as Inspector Bel- i SITUATiON WANTED Experienced bookkeeper, time keep- er and general office man desires sit- uation; also evening work; best of references. Apply Q., Herald office. 241-6 WANTED Cooper to set up lime barrels. Ap- ply at Summit Lime Works, Crow's Nest, B. C. 243-6 ROOMS WANTED Two furnished rooms or part of a furnished house for light housekeep- ing. Could use t'.vo unfurnished rooms. Apply Box B., Herald office. 240-6-p RENOMINATE OLD-MEMBER J for Commission C. B. Bowman sent in a bill being forfeit -put up for, an option asked for by the-city oh to put in water or sewer to any place certain lots .upon which to place the if the people are willing tqjput up new and commisi. the to be reimbursed when the stori. "The city had got the option on number of connections-gives-the re- venue. Everybody have the out since morning, and themselves traced the men to the shack; Inci-' dentally it might be stated that a strong case is trihg worked up by the police. Electric drills, skeleton keys, and a.loaded revolver have since been discovered in the shack., De- tective Piper is working on the case, and thinks it quite probable that men may' be the 'same persons that_were responsible ior the Nanton and Bl air more robberies. I At the last Tegular meeting of the i Town Council the by-law to grant a franchise to the Pincher Creek Elec- tric Light anoV Power Compajiy. was finally p'assed. _It to__be hoped that'this company means business. gin Conservatives- have- renominated D. -Marshall; M. P. the lots and after .the transfer of property had been drawn up it was same show. The engineer malle out- a found that they were unsuitable. The report to this effect which was order- bargain was therefore rescinded. The council voted Mr. Bowman being the amount he was out by the option ed. The councir accepted_an_ from Mrs. Faync for the "transfer deposit but thought he should not tri-angular portion of Smith St. for a'receive the commission from corner of a lot, so as to enable .the the purchaser even'H .-they, had city to txtcnd London Road." The of-1 bought the lots. _ fer was the result of negotiations. Assessment Confirmed The .council accepted to offer of the, -The local improvement assessment transf T "by which Mrs. Fay ne is to'was cojifirmed. there being no ap- get upon satisfactory delivery of- entered at the.Court of Revis- ion held. Map of City At the suggestion of the secretary any. reduction. on his assessment "of. treasurer and the city engineer the title. No Reduction Made A. Calgary, did not get! JUDGES OF WHAT iS GOOD say that our bottled goods are the that are manufactured. We only bottle the best. Our Alberta's Pride bser is delicious, our ginger ale, lem- on soda, sarsaparilla, kola kola, iron- brc-w, etc., -and ail kilnds of soft drinks are refreshing and palate tick- ling. prices and service are always right. TO RENT Store on Ford Street. Apply Al- vin Ripley, Room 5, Whitney Block iYNOPf It OF COAL MININQ REG ULATIOMS miniaf of Dounuion m SukAtehevAn, the Yukon Territory, the Territories nod Britub ColuuroiA, be leaeod for term of at an aojiiul rental of f 1 an acre. Not more than wii) be leaded to one Application for a lewe muoi be made to the Ageut or Bub-Afeot ol the district in which the ap- plied for are situated, lo surveyed territory the must be described by or U gal subdivisions of and unBurveyed territory the tract appli od for shall be staked 6ut. Each application uaugt be accom paiiied by a fee of which will refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the oiine at the rate of five cents per toe. Every of coal mining righto which are not being operated shal] furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatevei available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application, should be made to the Secretary ol the Department cf the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. COKt, Deputy Minister of the Interior ROOMS TO LET Furnished rooms with board, home cooking, meals" Boarding House. 25c, at Adam's 241-6 The OWNER'S SALE undersigned, owner 01 half section five, township range 19, situated about 13 southeast from Lethbridge, publication ol if advertisement will not be paid tor The Germans are said to .mak- ng a new kind of of wheat or ye, for which.the grain.goes through a process similar .to It is said to have a delicaterflavor, and by reason of the process .more easily di- gested. The same OT beer, which is liquid bread: The brewing of The Leth- bridge Brewing, and Malting Com- pany's "Alberta's converts the barley into a drink that besides containing high per- centage of nourishment, 51 n aid to digestion- eod-O LETHBRIDGE BREWINGS MALTING COMPANY, Ltd his part of the Duff estate against which ho appealed. The assessor re- ported that it was the.same as other property in 'similar locations. Chief Giltispie submitted an elab- orate statement f-.i finances bearing on the question of appointing a city po- lice magistrate.. report which figures as to magistrates and fnes and fines, was refer- red to the. license, and police com- mittee for consideration. A short discussion on the subject of n stipc-ndary magistrate followed, gt'nt-rnl opinion was it would be a pood move to have one. Report on Metres Supt. Reid made a report to the council authorized the drafting, of "a new authentic city map under the of the- city engineer. A draughtsman will be sent to the Land Titles Office, Calg ary, and draw.the map from the registered plans, more particularly of the newer subdivis- ions. By-laws Passed A by-law providing for the trans- ft-r- of certain property to and from thf A. R. I. Co. for the extension of Baroness Road to Westminster Road, was read a third time and pas- s id. A similar by-law regarding the streets "and lajies intersecting the hospital property received the final touches. Pinchrr Creek, has promised railways, electric light plants, anc Several .other .similar luxuries before but so far all, have turned out to be merely hot-air propositions. It must said, However, 'thai the latest pro- posal looks more businesslike than any that have hitherto been present it! to our patient and long-suffering residents. The fact that the companj is willing to put UP bonds to be f or- j feited in the-event of their failure to live up to their agreement, makes deal look like a business one. inspires .our citizens with the that before long it will not bs neces- sary to grope one's way around the streets on_ a dark night. A word of praise is certainly due i-) Mr. Glendower the. muiagvr the local fipei-x I1'use, for ICE CREAM Soft Drjflks Fruit and CtrtectiMcry "BUDD" RpED Successor to G. W. H. Phone 211 _ north eight. miles and about 2 miles south of canal, 7 miles south of Coaldale, 4 miles northeast of Wilson Siding. This is all good land mostly level, ex- c pt a few acres in southwest cor- ner. Price per acre, terms on application. Address U. Hand, 321 Mohavrn Block, Wash. 242-12 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any- even ouuiDereQ section ol .Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and excepting 8 and 26, not-reserved, may be homestead- ed by any person trho U head TEACHER WANTED Of a family, or any male over 18 years Teacher wanted (female) for New. of age> the extent of one-quartei ands School- District No. 1145, duties Si.ction of 160 acres morV or leas, o comrae-ee en Sept, 1st next and to enlry ontinue o the end oi term. Apply experience, crtifirsU aiid salary expected GAWDRON, Box 10.0 Lethbridg.- A. L. Roy FW50 P.O. Boi 82 The Boston Lunch OF CANADA Bun j Up TMT in your SaVtHflS you are sell- ing the season's crop, or getting the returns from your Dairying. De-posit f.s much- and as often as you can in the Union Bank oi Canada, and make your money earn interest. .Then if you need it later on, you can draw what you want ..without delay or Intercut pnid 4 year at highest current rate. or upward opens an account. ETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderatn, move he has MI te cutting out all -hird and f-urth rate shows from among the Hat of those who show in Pincher Creek. For some time past this town ha? been deluged with companies, the majori- ty of whom have been of a pooj- or dor, and the result has been to make the majority of people who patronize the Opera house chary of everything that .comes along. Although it meant fall- ing out with the powers that b? at Calgary, Mr. Allen refused to take half the shows slated for Pincher Creek. The result is that our town wilr have nothing but the very-best kind of attractions in this line dur- ing' the coming season, shows will be worth attending It is a pity that managers in other towns do not follow Mr. Allen's example, and the fake shows that cMne around would soon find the business so unprofitable that they would have to quit. The City's Popular Quick Lunch Counter Open Day ami Night. Only White Help. Lunches put up for Onting Parties 2nd West of Arlington Baroness Road The Alberta Railway ami Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET WANTED Wanted, about-1-2 Section of good and, on crop payment. Write full particulars Box L, H raid Office. 244 4i FOUND A pair of spectacles. Owner can m person by f.he applicant at a Do w Lands Agency or Sub-Agency tor the district in which the land it situate. Entry by proxy may, how ever be'made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, "daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. A homesteader may, if he so rove same by applying to the South I desires, perform the required reei- Lbr. Co. j debce duties by living OB farming land owned solely hy him, not leM than eighty (80) acies in extent, in the vicinity of his homestead. Joint WANTED Situation on form by mtfn and i wife. Apply Box R., Herald. 45-1 UP GO RATES London, Ont., Sept. underwriters' association increased ownership of land will not meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farmina owned- 8olely bv M -not han eight-y (8Q) acrgg in extent> insurance rates over practically the the yicinity of the or up- whole of mercantile and manufaetiir- on a homestead entertd foibyhiBaw ing districts of the city because of alleged lack of fir and poor water pressure. lots Nortii of toe KM ani West of WestiiisterU. FROM EACH A MORMON SCHOOL Cardston, Sept. .Cum- mings, Salt Lake City, Utah, was in town this weekj interviewing the Stake Presidency in regard to es- tablishing a Church School in Al- berta. Mr. Cummings was very fa- vorably impressed with Cnrdston and its central location in the district. Mngrath and Raymond are working hard for the school and it will ba a difficult matter, when the time ar- rives, to decide which of the throe towns is most entitled to its loca- tion. Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each "P A Q V Interest 6 per cent, per annum Ubtrti Railway art IfnptiM Ci. (M ktartirat) One-third cash, one-third 6 balance 12 months. flti. Picture Framing __ticinity, puch homesteader appnc'I perform hia own residence duties by living with ihe father (or f4) The term .'.i two prcceediug Li Defined meaning not move than niiie miles in a direct line, exclusive ii the width of road allowances crosocd in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above wKite living with parents or on farming land own- ed by himself must notify the Agent or the district of such Six months' notice in writing must be given to the Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intentioc tc for patent. W. W.CORY, Deputy of tbe Minister of Interior. publication ol this, advertisement will not be paid for. i VI. W. Handford THE PHOTOGRAPHER L. M. JCHNSTONE Barrister and Office adjoining Union Bank. MADAME NORMAL Disengaged for evening engage- ments, dramatic. vaudeville or dances. Howard House. Crabb St. No Use Trying I to beat our Prices r 2 SECTIONS EAST OF NEW DAYTON- GOOD FARM LAND ONLY PER ACRE See jber Bros. I Ott Block Lethbridge ;