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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHBRIDQI, ii.TA., FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1 MOVING ,PlCTURLS VAUDEVILLE, 1. The Pierrette's Taliairmn 2. Mr. Soft Head 3. Glues Everything '.'Please Come and Play In My Yard" I5c and 26c. CLARK TURNER- Sow aid Diiciog THERAFFERTY'S-Ii a bif Irisk CONTINUOUS PEBFOBMANCE Blue Serge Suits We want to emphasize the fact, right at the start, that these Suits have no equals in Canada at the price. INDIANS TO HAVE THEIR OWN BANK Spokane, Wash., April of I'erce tribe, which, tho leadership of Chief Joseph, Generals, Howard, ami Mik'S such'mer- ry cliases airuosft a third of a centurv ago, are organizing a company to es- tablish a bank at Fort Lapwai, Ida- ho, southeast of Spokane, in which the chief business will be with rcHl- mcrC who are to receive approxi- mately from the federal go- vernment this year as interest and money due them on. the sale of thoir lands. The bank will have a paid- up capital of of which ?12.- 000 is hold by In-dians, five shares being the maximum allotted to any single individual. The board of di- rectors will be Indians, with Corpett Lawyers, a graduate of Carlisle, as cashier. He is now clerk JR. the of- fice of 0. H. Lapp, agent on the res- ervation. Others interested are Ed- ward S. Riboyn and Thomas Moore. Most of the Indians on the. reserve are wealthy through the sale of. their lands and many of them have ac- counts in banks in various parts of the northwest. -It is expected that the bank will have deposits of 000 in a short time. This is the nrs% institution of its kind in the Pacific Northwest. New double We guarantee the color just we guarantee every thread of the cloth and every stitch of the tailoring. DRUNKENNESS HAS as INCREASED GREATLY A WOMAN'S BACK WAS HOT MADE TO KHE, Thousands of Women Suffer Un- told Misery Every Day With Aehins Backs That Realty llave No Business To Ache. Under ordinary it ought to bt and rwdy to bear the of life. It ii hard to do homework with an ach- ing back. BaokftchM come from sick kidneyi, aod what, a lot OL trouble lick cause, _, But they .can't help it. If more work put on them than they can stand it is not bo ba wondered that they get out of order. Backache is nimply warning from the kidney' aud should be attended .to im- ntediately ao as to years of terrible from kidney troubles. Doaift Kidney Pills will cure you in the way as they have cured thousands ol others. bat 0. Warren, Radis- Sask., writes: "I 1 was troubled with Tery BACK. severe pains in my back for years. I tried every- thing I eoold think of me no good. A friend told me about Doan's Kidney Pills and after taking two boxes, I have not been troubled Price SO cents per box, or 3 for dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by T. Milbura Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. When ordering specify males and females. Manitoba shows the largest ratio of convictions according to population, with British Colombia next. Alberta figures as Sfth in .these Comparisons. W HY sh The Wbe Men of the West Look for on every Can of Paint tor nww on of Paint? Simply hectuie 4Mt9 that unbeatable for withsbnlirg the peculiar Weifern climate. 1RST of all, the oil selected for Paintisaciistinctly sup- erior quality of pure Mani- toba Linscci It is acknowl- edged that the "life" of ihe point depends on tho on the quality of the Therefore, the greater body- toughness and elasticity of the oil we use give 4jjt4sf Paint extraor- dinary "longer TJ mi tlui oi! incorporated pure pare Oxide ol Zinc in ike CMCI propoftkxis to produce paint rcnurltible for density, afwqueneic coverinf capacity. A puint to iKtl it will the cracli-1 ooW oJ -W below UtfteriDj of 100 TS the phenomenal dur- abilitv of Punt tW IMC rradeit tk. choice ol "The Wise Men ol 'the includ- ing the big railroad elevator companiec, for pre- serving wood and iron. Snow that you arc a wise man. too, by painting your house and barn with HAYRBROS. General Hardware Sole Agents Leihbridge Alta. Daily Herald Market Place you have to Mil or to rent place it im this column. if you want iiythJnf use this columo. 25c one insertion i insertions for SITUATIONS VACANT FOURTEEN BODIES FOUND AND BURIED During the Past Ten Years in Can- ada Ottawa, 'Ont., April to Blue Book giving details of crim- inal statistics from Canada for the Havana, April bodies of all year ending Sept-amber, 1907, there ror the fourteen men missing 'from the was, during that year of the decade I Hamburg-American steamer, Alten- then closed, an increase of 164 peri burg, which: was "destroyed by fire on cent, of drunkenness in 'Canada. To-1 Monday were found in the harbor to- tal number of convictions for- .the day. They were, buried together in year was of were Colon _W general servant. None other need apply. Good wages. Apply to Mrs. E. U. Eylands, 601 Bartlett St., or to Hudson's Bay Store 87-0 servant. Must be able to do plain cooking. Apply to Mrs....'Lethbridge, Dufferin St. 92-5 McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbricke. CITY AND DISTRICT. F. D. Shaw, customs officer, went to Cardston awd swore in Martin Wpolf as collector of customs at that sub-port- Mr. Woolf takes up his duties tc-day. Tk; retiring officer, E. N. iBarker, leaves immedi-ately for Edmonton to join the staff of the Edmonton Saturday News. The O. W. Kerr Co.'s car arrived this morning" with twenty-five, temi seekers for Warner, and Mr. Barney Leary's faniily for the Ranch. MrV Lathi-op says .this is the best looking bunch, of" girls: evor brought to Alberta and ought to en- hance the value of the Cameron Some good bargains in j Real Estate Yet to be had Tket 1. lowman lyency I i 4 4 Pine 211 i ranch at lea-st five dollars pe They are a most estimable iamilv and in keeping- with the hiffh class of people settling on the Cameron ranch The car jjoes to Warner tonight on an extra freight. The -Kerr Co. pre- dict for .1907 the greatest influx of people ever known to Lethbrrdge aa.i suggest something should be done to- wards providing "better sleeping ac- commodations. An interesting labor saving device is in use .on Crabb Street where they are excavating for .the Barnsley block The outfit consists of a steam hoist- ing engine, an "inclined platform., a cable and a common road scraper. Two men with, shovels trim around the edges while two other men han- dle the .scraper, which is steadily null ed through tbe..uhploughed earth on the top to. the inclined platfpmri. After the scraper is full it ed into a wagon, the engineer slack- ens the'cable, and the two men haul thescraper down the incline into the excavation for-another .load. The .annual meeting of the Alberta Lacrosse League will be held in Cal- gary on Good Friday. Lethbridpe is expected to send delegates and sier- nify its :intention the senior game again this year. .Two teamsters _ with three wagons j haul the earth away a few blocks, but the Joader.s fill a waggon box in about five minutes. The cable pulls steadier and stronger'than., the hest trained team. L. Y C B U M LIVE .V LAUGH A LOVE Follow the Crowd to see Brandon's Players In the great original coruedy-draroa 'The Heart of Kentucky' Built for laughing purposes only V, Don't forget the Popular Prices 25c., 35c., 50e. NEW Alto ROUS- INQ SPECilALTIES Illustrated Songs Moving Pictures "Please Come and in Our Yard' RASTUS Buy paint not by what it costs a gallon but by what a gallon will cover and how long it will last. Fig- uring this way, S-W. Products arc always the most economical. Ask your dealer for SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS AND VARNISHED mper a) Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO r ;-___________' c i1 Paid J WILKIE President. HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice.Prei. D. R. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of and upwards received and inter- est allowed at current rate from date of deposit. Uthbrtdfft Branch, W. R. 8EATLE, Manamr. Begin Block, Round St., beside Bender's fltore. Trimmed arid Untrimmed HATS ELEGANT FLOWERS Ribbons at Special Prices 5-inch Taffeta, 25c. yard 4-inch Taffeta, 20c. yard Nice Dainty Ruchings and Frillings for Easter have arrived CALL AND INSPECT Mrs. Douglas Westminster Road North Wtrd stenographer and office assistant. Apply Box 0., Herald Office. 90-0 good general servant. Apply Mrs. W. C. Simmons, 322 Ash- mead St. 91-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE PROPERTY FOE lots with house (5 rooms, good sta- ble; price f400.00 cash, balance easy. Apply Alberta Realty Co. 84.0 FOR new house Westminster Road, near new stand pipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation and cellar. cash. Balance easy. Alberta Realty Co, by two at Herald rooms bedroom and, tittinf young Bedroom sitting room: unfurnished, located. Apply- Box M.M Office. or seven roomed houee must be modern; required by 1st ol May or if suitable will rent immedi- ately. L. 8. Ripley, Office 8, llacdon- aid Block. 94-3 STRAYED OR STOLENr-On Satur- day, March 26th> froiu William fi- ver's residence Bompas Irish spaniel dog, answers-; "to the name of Sport; rat" tail and branded. Anyone returning- to owner will 'be rewarded. Anyone found in .posses- sion of-same will be prosecuted; Win. Oliver. 94-2 Magrath, one dark grey mare, four years old, branded TA .on right thigh. Reward for in- formation leading to recovery. Jas. Stacey, Magrath, Alta. 9M room, with or without board in modern house, close in by young "gentleman. Apply Box M. K, care Herald: 94-O FOR acres, house and stable, on Crabb St. Apply P. 0, Box 95. Telephone 114. Y. Chowv 91-6 of keys. Owner can have same by calling at Police Sta- tion and paying for ad.. TO RENT. FOR roomed house, centrally located, new and fully mod- ern; also six roomed house and four lots, on Westminster. Road. Apply S. J. McDiarmid, Boa: 376. 91-O general ser- vant. Apply to Mrs. Vrooman, .cor. Bompas and Bartlett Sts. 91-0 girl to do light house- work. Apply to Mrs. W. B. -Burnett, brick house, corner Glyn and Court- land streets. 92-0 young man with know- ledge of book-keeping to do office and outside -work. Apply Box P.Q.; Herald office. 92-0 once experienced man for general Address The Royal City Mercantile Co., Royal City. 93-0 dining room girls. Applv at once to Coaldale Restaurant. 93-3 dining room girls at Alberta Restaurant. 91-0 nice girl for housemaid work.'.only. Good wages. Apply Box 5, C-o Herald. 91-0 servant. Apply Mrs. W. A. Buchanan, corner Ernest and Dufferiii Sts, 94-0 carpenters. Only, un- ion men need applv. .Fred Rodney W. M. Holt. Call at 418, Bartlett st. man to build three mil- es of fence at once. W. R. Dobbin.. to plow and' seed at once. W. R. Dobbinr" SITUATIONS WANTED middle 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 arid am a machinist by trade. Direct Box. F., Herald Office. 91-6 MJtS. KATIE PALIN has removed to her new residency at the corner of the baseball park. Parties wishing her services for waiting on table or any kind of work, except washing will please drop a card :in the postoffice or call at her home. 92-10 FOR xoomed 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 easv terms could be Apply to Box 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 owner, I- M. Pierce. -93-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE; FOR chair, almost new, revolving and. reclining> ail- cushion. Will sell cheap. Address Box 9, Lethbridge Herald. 91-6 FOR young. _milk cow and calf, cheap. Apply Jas. Simm, Wallwork St., North Ward. 91-6 FOR mercantile bus- iness and postoffice at. a point that promises to become one of Southern Alberta's best towns. On Lethbridge Calgary branch. Apply J, K. War- .92-12 FOR almost. new incubat- or and any one rwishing to exchange a drake, apply 320 Glya St. FOR shares in bridge Woollen Mills, paid up, for'sale for cash. W. T. Wat- son, Box 393, Hosmer, B. C. 93-6 FOR interest in one-ol the best paying.restaurants.'andDodg- ing house businesses 'in city. Apply Tim Bedard, Canadian rant; 93-6 FOR kodak. Apply "at aid Office. Her- 93-0 good milk cow. Dye.Works. Tel. 353.' City 95-2 LANDS FOR SALE FOR acres 2 1-2 miles from Raymond, 40 acres winter wheat; 120 acres in stubble, balance good prai- rie. Can be had for cash, and the balance oh half crop pay- ments with interest at 8 per cent. For further information, apply .to .the Canadian Real Estate and Adjustment Co., sole 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, on very easy terms at 6 per cent. Apply Box D., Herald Office. 91-6 POSITION housekeep- er for one or two gentlemen by re- spectable English widow, age 46 years with one little cirl. age 10. Box 568, Lethbridge. 93-5 by experienced, practical engineer. Box A. B., Her- ald. 94-2 CITY MARKET The regular weekly sale of Live Stock, etc., will be held 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- by Friday morning, in time for publication in Herald. FRANK WADDINGTON, 93-3 Market Master. FOR acres of land for sale or rent. 16: acres under cultivation. Good house, stable and hen house. All fenced. For full .particulars ap- ply io Charles Ernest .Borthwick, Lundbreck, Alberta. 93-6 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore '.-listing be twee'i J. Wang Yett and Mah Tai at Grassy Lake, Alberta has been dis- solved, J. Wung, Yett having bought jut the interests of Mah JCai All out- atanding accnmts should be forward- ed at J. Wung Yett, Grassy Lake Albersa. S8-25 TO room for-two gentlemen. Apply G. Ogston, P, O. Box 575 or at house near -Fair Grounds. 90-6 TO room nicely furnish- ed suitable for two respectable men; Apply to Mrs. Robert Adam, Fisher St., 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 TO furnished: rooms Wallwork street one block-from minster school. Apply store. "94-2 TO offices to rent in Be- gin Block. Apply ,C; Begin. FOR furnished room on Round St., below Courtland. .Apply J. Johnston, Round new house; below Courtland. 95-2 or two furnished rooms, at once. A. E. Smith, Herald. Office. 95-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who Is the sole head oi, or any male over 18 :old, may tomeifead-A: of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in pewon at the Dominion, Lands Agency, or Sob- Agency for the district. Eor-y hf proxy may be made at any agency In of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and "cultivation oi the- land la eaeb of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of. his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 solely owned, and occupied .by him or by his father, son, daughter, brother" or-sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may preempt a quarter-section. Alongside his home- stead. Price "J3.00 per Dutioa, -Must reside six months in eacfl of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required .to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted hi? homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth _ -_ W.W.COHY. Deputy Minister of the -Interior. publication, pi this advertisement wall not be paid for. Easter Holiday Pates For the Easter Holidays the Canad- ian. Pacific Railway Company an- nounce a rate of fare and one-third for the round trip. Tickets will be CONTRACTING-W. H. Morris, con-i tractor for the moving of buildings. J sale April 8th.-to.Apnl J8th, m- Will Avork under contract or by the ciusive. good'to return until April day. Office Crabb St., 1st north-of] A. Southard's resilience. jlSth. ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada 3EAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital.... .Reserve and Undivided Profits Accouris of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Branch- Coaldale Block, Redpath St. The Private Dininf Rooms at the HIEXUHORII are now open, and are well patronized by the public Union All White Most up to date Reetau- rant in the city. Lunches from lOc. up Meals from 25c, np N. H. MURRAY Milk Cream Butter Eggs ALL FRESH AND PURE Delivered Daily Our Cleanlinesi and: Purity Cox Son 347 ;