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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THLJRiDAY, APRIL I, 1. Gettysbury 2. Uncled Fortune 3. Knowing Birds s o Till the Sun Shines Nellie" >5c and 25c. CLARK a4 TURNER- Suf in an" Duciif THERAFFERTY'S-In a bit Irish CONTINUOUS PERFOBMANCE BLAIRMORE Blalrmoro. March Mc.- Lcod is on a business trip to Pinchar Creek. Mrs. Kogcrson of Coleman will con- duct a millinery opening in Blair- more next week. Mr. and. Mrs. Graf ton's little girl, Sofia, is reported quite ill. Mr. JfcDoTiald, the millwright, at McLaren's, is on the sick list. Mrs. Coddard left on yesterday's local for Cranbrook where she will undergo treatment for her eyes. X'r. Sparks, proprietor of the Al- berta Hotel, hiis been improving the appearance of his place. The dining- room and washroom have been kal- sornine'd and re-papered and needless to.say there is a great improvement in appearance. The work was done by Dan White, the decorator. Mr. acd Mrr. Bansraere of Lund- brek ba.ve been visiting their daugh- ter, Mrs. McNeil. Last week occurred the sud death of M. Rossi's youngest child, 49 days. The baby was buried in the Blairmore cemetery. Mrs. Murchy is vis.itinK Mrs. Shaw at Calgary, Mr. George Jackson took a flying trip to Pincher Creek on business Jimmy Sutherland has spent 'the last week in Blairmore on business. He. will return to Macleod tonight. Inspector Brown paid the town schools an official visit on Friday last.- CHALLENGE TO LOCAL Y. M. C. Medicine Hat Debaters Want To Meet Lethbridge The elongated Erickson and the eshortgatcd Lussi of the 1907 Ed- monton team, have signed with Oal- gary. The former is a pitcher and the latter a first baseman and spare catcher. iv TO-NIGHT The Jeanne Russell Co. PRESENT "THE SQUAW MAN" One-of the best bills ever, presented Big specialties between the acts, including Moving Pictures of the highest type Kb waits between acts Prices 25c.j50c., and 75c. The Medicine Hat Times says: '.'The first sitting of the house un- der the new government was held on Thursday evening, when, a few min- utes after 8 o'clock the the chair and called the house to cu-- xler. The members of the new ad- ministration, flushed with the first excitement 01 power, mustered in large numbers, whilst the party in whose control but a week ago were? the destinies of a nation were repre- sented only by a few of the front bench politicians. On motion of the Premier, Mr. P. R. Bryenton, the ordinary business of the House was suspended for a short time, arrd the question of an inter- city debat-3 between Medicine Hat Lethbridge, raised at the previous sitting, was gone into in detail. Tt was decided to issue a challenge to our sister city and the premier, the leader of the opposition (Mr. J. San- sdm) and the minister of justice (Mr; S. McClellan) were appointed a corh- mittee to select three debaters, and to decide upon the subject for de- bate. The committee appointed by the Mock Parliament to deal with ehe matter of the inter city debate sent a challenge, to the Lethbridge Y. M- C. last night. The subject for the debate to take place in the city hall on the evening of Friday, April the 23rd, will be: "Resolved, that it would be more conducive to the best interests of the British Empire for Canada to pro- ceed at once to create a navy of her own for the purpose of co-operating with the British navy in Imperial -de- fence, than for Canada to contribute annually .toward the support of an Imperial .navy through ah Imperial Council n which, she would have due representation, and within whose jurisdiction would come its. entire management and control." j The Y.M.C. here offer to" pay. first j class return fares and provide hotel: accommodation for .and a judge from Lethbridge. The merit of the debate will be determin- ed by three judges to be chosen, ope by each of the .parties concerned and a third by these two. It will be left to the Lethbridge men. to decide which side they shall take' in the de- bate. WHEN You CANT SLEEP. many a mail snd woman tossing night ftfter nigafc upoa a sleepless bed.. Their eyes do not close in the awect and refreshing repoce that to t'iose whose heart and are right, oome consti- tutional disturbance, worry or disease has so debilitated aud. irritated the uervous system, that it canuot be quieted. Or again, you havo, a sinking sensation, a feeling you aro going to dje; or purhaps, you. wiike in sleep feeling as though you were about to choke or smother, and rest leaves you for the night. If you allow "these couJit-ions to continue for a short period even; you will.begin to feel your health declining. It is and not- acting rightly, and they can only bo set right by the use of Miiburn's Heart and Nerve fills. They soon induce health- ful, refreshing sleep, uot by deadening the nerves, but -by restoring them to healthy action. Mrs. E. 'Nntt, St. Mary's, Ont. "I can gladly recommend your Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills as I was greatly troubled with my nerves. I was so bod I could not sleep at-ril-jht without tlit lamp after taking four boxes of the pills-1 became all right again." Price, 50 cents per box: 3 boxes for at all dealers or The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. WHY _ (or on e ccn oK Paint? Simply because mean5 paint tint a unbeatable for withstanding the peculiar Western climate. The Wise Men of the WcstLookfor on every Can of Paint J IRST of all, the oil j screwed Cor erior quslity ol pure Mani- toba Linseed. Itisacknowl- edged that the "life" of the paint depends on the on the quality ot the oil. Therefore, the greater body- toughness and elasticity of the oil we use give Paint extraor- dinary "longer VITH thii oil incorporated pure While UK) WuJ pure OxiA> of Zinc in tke exact proportions to produce JHuot remarkable for density, owuencfB nod covering capKJty. A point so tWouglily eksik that !t will wilhuUnd the crocking cdd of 40 below die Uklerinj 100 degrees. ITS the phenoisens! ability or Painl that Kas made it the choice ot "The Wise "Men ol "the includ- ing the big railroad elevator companies.torprc- serving wood and Show that you are a vise man. too, by painting your house ar.J barn with HAYR BROS. General Hardware Sole Agents Lethbridge Alta. WANTED TO RENT lo- cated, by two young Afiobr at Herald Office. JM> bedroom and sitting room by- two young ladies. Bedroom sitting room unfurnished. Centrally located. Apply Box Herald Office. or roomed must be May or if. suitable wilt rentvlmmedi: ately. L. S: Ripley, Macdon- aid Block; recently employed at the Imperial likrber shop. A-dlard will be charged with wife desertion. He is alleged to have left a wife and two children some weeks ago, without providing for them. It was learned. by .the police tha.t some one answering his description was living in G-leichen, which turned out to be Adlard, who was living-in pretty good style with a G-leichen lady. He will' be brought before the magistrate this morning1. Herald Market Place Viuta you have anything to sell or 10 rent place it in this column. if yon want anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACANT GAY YOUNG BARBER LEFT HIS WIFE Calgary, March De- tective Douglas .returned from Grlei- chen and brought with, him Hay Ad- lard, a young married man who has lately been living in Calgary and The Private Dining Rooms at" the are now open, and are well patroiuxecl by the public 'Union All White Mosfeup -to-date Restau- rantin the city. Lunches from lOc. np Meals trom 25c. up N. H. MURRAY Prop. f general servant. ISone otlr-r need apply. Good wages. Applv 'Mrs. 12. U. Kylaiids, 601 Si., or to Hudson's Bay 87-0 servant. Must be able to "do "plain, cooking. Apply to Mrs. Letabridge, -'Dtifferin St. 92-5 stenographer and office assistant.-' Apply Box 0., Herald Office. 90-0 BOARDER-S WANTED BOARDERS a strictly modern house, with hot amd cold water, bath, etc., close in. Apply 425, Bartlett St. 8Sr6 furnished room on ground floor in a modern house .br-'a married couple with two Address P. 0. Box, Lethbridge. M-2 brown four old, branded R4 on right side and MU on left shoulder. Strayed from near Diamond City. Beward lor re- turn to J. Barrow, North Ward, Leth- bridge. 8M PROPERTY FOR SALE PROPERTY FOR lots with house (5 rooms, good sta- ble; price 5400.00' cash, balance easy. Apply Alberta Realty Co. 84.0 STRAYED OR Satur- iday, March 25th, from William Oli- yer's residence Bompas Street, an Irish spaniel dog, answers to the name of Sport; rat tail and Anyone returning to owner will Jbe rewarded. Anyone found in posses- sion of same will be prosecuted. Win. Oliver. 94-2 FOR new house, en Westminster. Road, near new stand pipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation and cellar. cash.. Balance Alberta Realty Co. OJST SALE FOk A- ONLY house. All moderii conveniences.. One. of tbe best cou structed in the city. Wit" two largo lots. Price m'-derate. Will be ready to be occupied about :li middle of April. Apply on. Argyle Ave., .near Westminster Eoad or P. 0. Box 170, Lethbridge, Alta. .38-0 Magrath, one dark grey mare, four years old, "branded TA on right thigh. formation leading to Jas. CITY MARKET The regular weekly sale of live .Stock, Implements, be held I at the City Corrals on Saturday after-; noon next at- 2.30 o'clock. Entries received .by the undersigned and should reach the market, master's offi- ce by Friday, morniiig, in time for publication "in Herald. FRANK 93-3 Market -Ma'ater. good general servant. Applv Mrs. :W. C.: Simmons, mead St. 91-0 Milk Butter Eggs FRESH PTJKE Our Motto-r- Cleanliness and Purity Phone 347 P. 0. Box general ser- vant. Apply to'Mrs. Vrooinan, cor. Bompas and Bartlett Sts. 91-0 girl to .do light 'house- Apply.to Mrs. W. B. brick house, corner Glyn and Court- land streets. 92-0 young man with knovr- ledge of book-keeping to do office and outside work. Apply Box P..Q., Herald office. once experienced .man for general store. Address The Royal Mercantile Co., Royal .City. 93-0 dining room girls. Apply at once to Coaldale Restaurant. y dining -room girls at Alberta Restaurant. 91-0 nice girl for housemaid work only. Good wages. Apply Box 5, C-o Herald. 91-0 SITUATIONS WANTED aged lady, po- sition as housekeeper or dressmaker. Apply Box 9, Herald -Office. .90-6 .as. engineer on breaking outfit. Have had four years experience. Have license for 500 horse power in Alberta and am machinist by trade. Direct Box F.', Hei-ald Office. .91-6 MRS. KATIE PALIN has removed When yon are figuring on Floor Coverings bear in mind ihai we are big dealers in those lines, buying in large quantities from the world's greatest factories at first cost. Our Carpet Squares are displayed on racks and are.shown in a few minutestime. .We hiaye opened up many new lines of Squares and rugs, stair Carpets most complete range in Japanese Maitings froin 2pc j-d. arid pp. In Linoleums .there are some forty new patterns, well- suited to this district. You will flnd our prices exclusive in their reasonabteness. COME HNP SEE Turpin Furniture Co. THE HOME MAKERS Columbia Dry Cell Batteries For gasoline engine ignition, bell or telephone work W. L McKenzje Go. Electricians Redpath St. Lethbridge of the basebaE park'. Parties wishing her services. for waiting on table or any kirid of work, except washing will please- drop a card in the. post office or call- at her FOR HpteL furnish- ed. Good business, only hotel in Magrath. Call or write Alvin O. Rich, Magrath. 89-6 FOR acres, >house and stable, on -Crabb St. Apply. P. 0. Box 95. Telephone 114: Y. Chow. :91-6 FOR roomed house, centrally located, new and fully mod- ern; also six roomed house: and four lots, .on Westminster Road: ..Apply S. J. McDiarmld, Box 376. 91-0 FOR roomed house, hay shed, 'stable; coachhouse and large hen house, one mile from cen- tre of town. Best position in the town for keeping poultry, pigs. or cattle; or easy terms could be arranged. Apply to Box I, Herald Office, 92-6 FOR room cottage .with lot 60 x 102, corner of London-Road and Crabb St., cash gets it. Balance -on '.easy, terms. Apply "on premises to .M: Pierce. 93-0 TENDERS SEALED TENDERS wiU be receiv-: ed by the uhdersigned until 6 o'clock p.m. Wednesday, April -'7th for the, erection of a bank building at Ma-. grath, Alta., for the Bank Montr real. Plans and .specifications, may be seen .at the architect's offices in the Macdonald Block, Lethbridge, Alta., and at the office, Bank of Montreal! at Magrath, The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. JAMES A. 91-4 Architect. NOTICE Notice is hereby given, that the partnership heretofore --xisting bn tweei J. Wu-ig Yett and Mah Tai'at Grassy Lake, Alberta has been dis- solved, J, Wung Yett having bought out the interests of Mah fai AH, out- standing ace nints should be forward- ed at once to J. Wung Yttt, Grassy Lake Albena. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMEWT FOR chair, almost new, revolving and reclining, air Will sell cheap. Address Box 9, Lethbridge Herald... 61-6 FOR young, milk cow and calf, cheap. Apply Jas. Simm, Wallwork North Ward. 91-6 FOR mercantile bus- iness and postoffice at ,a point-'that propiises to become one of-.Southern: Alberta's best towns. On Lethbridge Calgary branch. Apply J. War; nock, Blayney. a r FOR almost new ineubat- 76r and any one" wishing .to exchange apply 320: Glyn St. shares in" Leth- mutn. bridge, rip, .92-10 ibr sale for cash, W. T. son, Box 393, Hosmer, B. C. POSITION housekeep- er for one or two. gentlemen by re- spectable English widow, years with one little girl, age 10. Box ,563 Lethbridge. "3-5 TO room for two gentlemen. Apply G. Ogston, P. 0. Box 575 or at house near Fau Grounds. 90.-6 t TO THE PUBLIC j; "We have bought ont the Star Transfer Co. Draying Dutfit, and arc prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered pjomptly. Cas.li on delivery. J. S. PkiHips A. L: Patteson Phone 70 Office in Nelson Store TO room nicely furnish- ed suitable for two respectable, men. Apply to Mrs. Robert Adam, Fisher south of Redpath St. 91-6 TO furnished room: monthly. End of Crabb St., east side, 4th house south of London Road. Apply Mrs. Charles. 93-4 ROOM AND and board for two young men, 621 Round St. King Up 108 When you .want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRQDIE Everything in season j served tastily at !i The Ctialtfele Restaurant i' Coaldale Block 93-6 FOR interest in one of .the best paying restaurants and lodg- ing house businesses- in- the city- Apply Tim. .Canadian Restau- rant. FOR kodak. Apply at Her-i aid Office. 93-0 LANDS FOR SALE FOR section, twor miles south of Taber. Twelve dollars per acre. Twelve hundred dollars down in cash or horses. Balance in five years. Apply to owner, John Hog- liuid corner of London Rd.- and Ash- mead Lethbridge. .89-6 Notice is hereby given that I have impounded in the city pound near Isolation Hospital, on March 34th, the folio-wing animals: 1 red heifer..-calf....no visible brand. 2 red and white heifer calves, no. visible brand. 1 red and white bull calf. JOSv 90-0 "Chief Police. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS; F.OR acres 2 1-2 mfles from Raymond, 40 acres winter wheat; 120 acres in stubble, balance good prai- rie. Can be had for cash, and the balance on half crop pay- ments with interest at 8 per cent. For further information, apply to the Canadian Real Estate and Adjustment Co. sole owners. Office room 9 Bryan Block over the Eureka theatre or Box 387, Lethbridge, Alta. 91-6 FOR 5-10 inclusive in Block 4, Duff addition. They lie nice, face north on water main, on London Road. Price cash each, bal. on very easy terms at 6 per cent. Apply Box D., Herald Office. 91-6 FOR acres of land for sale or rent. 16 acres under cultivation. Good house, stable and hen liouse. fenced. For full particulars ap- ply to Charles Ernest Lundbreck, Alberta. 83-6 Any person wno Is tbe sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person. at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. by proxy may be mada at any tjr of intending Six 'months' residence ujxm and cultivation of the in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of hia home stead on a farm of at leagt 80 solely owned and occupied by him' ot by his father, mother, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesieadei in good standing may quarter-section alongside "his home- stead. Price per acre. -Must reside six months in eacn of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) "and- cultivate 6fty acre's- extra. A homesteader who has exhausted hi? homestead right and cannot taiu a pre-emption may take a pur- chased -homestead in .certain districts. Price per acre. Must reside six months each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth Deputy Minister ol the Interior. Unautboried p! this advertisement wfll" not be 'paid for. ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada 3EAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up J Reserve and Undivided Profits...... t, Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department LethbMne Coatdale St. Attract Like a Band of Music That's what our show and price tickets do. r If you have attractive cards and price tickets the pub-- Ms will to read what you. have to say. uj ;.f your goods are right 'thejfi will -work wouders for jou. If you want more businew get our SHOW CARDS AND PRICE They modern in, styler Order your Eaater.Show pirds TheNkboUiSifnCc. m Rtdp.th LtthbrMft, and Calgary- ;