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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta 4.TA., MONDAY, APMNL I, IIH. Great 1908 "Wfcet HuJy Said Bye" CONTINUOUS PEBFOBMANCE Prictc I6c and 25c. 1. Herbert, the Frogman 2. Black and Leslie Singing, Dancing and Acrobatic Comedians 3. Vida and Hawley In Character Studies A Cprnfortkble Collar all the Year "WABASH" POINTS 2H INCH. BACK INCH. 2 for 25c. IRON FRAME "ALB AN IA "-3 for BOc. TOOKE BROS. LIMITED. MONTREAL MAKERS Or SHIRTS. COLLARS. TIES, VESTS- AMD IMPORTERS OF MEN'S ft News Of the District CAN YOU BEAT IT? Commencing tonight another fine program will be presented at the Eu- reka. Herbert, the frogman present- ing a beautiful spectacular novelty, entitled "Scenes from the Everglades of full of famous funny feats, superlative, scintillating sinu- osities and incidentally introducing a comical and novel frog dance carrying "the handsomest scenery in vaudevill.e Black and Leslie will be another strong feature. Mr. Black is widely known as the legless wonder, and does some exceedingly clever acrobat- ic work, also a dance that will make everyone sit tip and take notice. In connection with this :Vida and Haw-, ley, in character studies, will be an- other headliner and with two reels of the best motion pictures that can be secured the program at the Eureka this week will be one of the best and strongest ever presented in our city. THEY MIGHT BETTER HAVE STAYED HERE London, April husband- and wife who resided in England for 72 years have been disqualified from old age pension because once during the last twenty years they visited Canada, where they remained seven "years." Carl Caldwall that notorious lazy coon, in specialty tonight at the Ly- l CARDSTON NOTES The Shepherd Brothers are build- ing- a cottage next to the residence of John-Holmes in the Barker sub- division. Yesterday J. T. Brown sold" his lot near the A. R. I. Co.'s depot to the Kogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. of Lethbridge. The Company will put in a large supply of lumber at once. The nearness of the railway will be a great assistance to the lum- ber people in the handling of their lumber and other stock, Messrs. James Hansen, of Aetna, Lee Follett of Cardston and Stoddard will rent the O K barn and use the same as a sale stable for thoroughbred Horses. These men are well known as thoroughly acquainted with this business and will do a good trade in their line.y A wrestling match is announced for April .3rd, between John Ellison, of Aetna, and W. Matsude, of British Columbia. The purse of is to be given to the winner. The local men have a great deal of confidence in young Ellison as he has always proven himself a hard man to throw. The affair is to be held in the 0 K Skating Rink. James Robertson and Company have taken out a real estate license This is the fifth firm in real estate business this year. Alf. JfcCune has sold, his interest in the barber shop to young Mr. Allred i of Caldwell. Will-item Laurie has moved his office into Snow Block where he will located from this date, T. O. King- ol Raymond, passed through town today going to his ranch at Kimball. He likes Ray- mond well but thinks more of the ranch as he does not offer it for sale. James Austin will speak on Boer War" at the Presbyterian churc.h i Friday night. Mr, Austin .was in the and nodoubt all will well paid for attending the lecture. Admission free. i Leslie Coombs, now of Mex i fco, will come to Cardston to assist his brother, Mark A. Coombs. It j is, expected that 3Jr. L. Coombs will arrive some time this month. William Low is 'buildinga house in the west end. A....very occurred a.t noon today at the home of Patriarch Henry L- Hinman. The contracting parties are Louise Woodruff and Caldwell. Thv bride is the of D. IVWSbdi'uff. of Cttldwoll. The groom is the son of D. H. Caldwell Patriarch' tied the knot. Mr. and Mrs. CaUlwcll will reside at CuUl well for the present. .The big. horse show, is ou today. The 'display is creditable and many buyers are taking advantage of the good collection of draft horses. w t Messrs. McCauley and ol Magrath, :ire in Cardston writing for provincial certificates to operate steam engines. J. A. Smith, Toronto, and J. T. Bell, Medicine Hat, are at the Ca- hoon. is wir.h MILK RIVER NEWS. Milk River, April Mrs. E. Fitz- maurice, of Crystal, JST.D.. visited the first of the week the home of son, Mr. Oscar Fitzmaurice. J. Jochem, of. Warner, moved his family out on his homestead last week. Fred Michailis who sold his farm near Warner some time ago is build- ing on his homestead and will there as soon as possible. Fred Beard and Goo. Tomfohr, each with their carload of effects, r'UJnfcd Monday from their old homes, the for mer of Economy, Indiana, ena the latter- from Lake City, M'JL'E. Over twenty emigrant u been unloaded at Milk in the last two weeks. The countrv auvin.l here is getting settled hit presenting a very busy over forty teams each cloy it '-.Jiv in and out of town, and mg put up by the newcomers. Those that got in here last year are break- ing and discing and getting thinjrs readyfor this year's crop. Merle Leffingwell spent Tuesdav with Frenz Ellert. NEWS FROM NORTH OF THE TOWNSHIP 12 RANGE 18: We have heard so many that they were taking the Lethbridge Herald, out here, and wondered why some one did not send in a fenr items I have concluded to do so. A vast change is taking place in this vicinity this spring. People are moving onto their, homesteads as fast as possible and the majority of them have resolved to do as mudi breaking as they possibly can as the fact has been demonstrated that Sou- thern Alberta can not be surpassed as a grain growing country. Mr. James Taylor has just arrived from North Dakota with a car load of household effects and farminpr im- plements and is now erecting a com- fortable house on his homestead. Herman Hehman has the contract to erect a large and comodious 'house for L. M. Groove. John Reason lias purchased a team of work horses from H. Noice and will now proceed tq tickle 'the soil until it produces. John Elexander has; equipped him- self with a complete outfit for farm- ing'. and and says all ho lacks now is a housekeeper. Thomas Lytle of Lansford, N.D., is with us once more and has taken uo his abode on his homestead. Goan Pa and Goan Ma Darram have been, suffering from a severe at- tack of la grippe, but are better at this writing. Mr. parrom is negotia ting- with .Contractor CHebman :to you your work in half the If you follow direction 5. Sunlight absolutely clothes from Irons roughness- life from drudgery. T I -SEE- -Our Windows- -FOR- GARDEN TOOLS I QUALITY AND PRIG on business today j On account of thje inducements the Lethbridge merchants are holding out to the people in the way of prices, a large percentage of the farmers m this vicinity are patronizing Leth- bridge instead of Taber. The accom- modations in crossing: the Stomach Hiver to get to Taber are. very poor and it is a natural consequence that the people are going where" they can get the most of everything .for their money. Lethbridge is a good town and is destined to be the metropolis of Sou- thern Alberta. -NIGHTX This play was commended by the clergy of New York and other cities BIG OAST 6 NEW PEOPLE BIG SPECIALTIES AND MOVING PICTURES Prices 25c., 35c., and 50c. Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you free a cake of their famous PI an to J toilet soap, if you mention this paper. build him an airship to visit the world's fair at Denver Col., in 1912. Rev. McComb preaches every other Sunday at the home of E. Clums. A. Wilner, has j ust returned from Glenburn, N.D., where he ha-s recently been on 'a collecting tour. Bill Rose 'passed through our burs; yesterday, apparently happy, as he singing "I want to be an angel." Heck Mathewson, a Mounted Police man from "Magrath, and Ed. Cook, of Lewiston, "Mont., were visiting D. W. Burns John Finders, one of our most en- terprising farmers left yesterday for North Dakota, to bring the re- mainder of his farm machinery. Mr.- E. 0. Wright and family have moved out from Taber, which adds another excellent neighbor to our vi- cinity. nf -i onti a rixi v Ui ton, X. D., with a car of horses and implements the first of the week. Mr. Chas. Cpqk, of Morriss, Minn., arrived "last week and contemplates locating here. He is very enthus- iastic over the country and thinks it has a great future. Professor Greenfield is fencing his homestead. HAYR BROS. General Hardware LETHBRIDGE ALTA you hive aiythiaf to sell or to place it this column, if you wsBt anything use this celnnis. 25 c one insertion 6 insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACANT stenographer and office assistant. Apply Box 0., Herald Office. 90-0 A good general servant. Apply Mrs." W. C. Simmons, 322 Ash- mead St. 91-0 nice 'girl for housemaid work only. Good -wages. Apply Box 5, C-o Heraid. 91-0 servant. Apply Mrs. W. A. Buchanan, corner Ernest and Bulferiiv Ste. to plow and seed at once. W. R. Dobbin. builder. One hav- ing experience on continuous double deck' ovens.. Apply Schweitzer Bros. 96-0 good waitresses at Apply Model Union Restau- 96-0 once. rant John Xensel has purchased a pony to ride so when you see a yellow pony coming the hill carrying a man .'larger than it is, you will know it is John Kensel. Mr. J. Wolf was transacting busi- ness in Taber yesterday. ,Ed. Ferlo is getting his steamer ready to go breaking-. He has the contract of breaking several hundred acres the coming summer., W. H. Bortain was in Lethbridjre j Of "the" Parties young lady to teach, two small children two or three hours daily. Apply to Box 669, Postoffice. 97-6 SITUATIONS WANTED MRS.'KATIE PALIN nas removed to her new residence at the corner You can't afford to miss seeing the "Parish tonight. It is a play beautiful. Everything She Ate SEEMED A BURDEN TO CARRY. HAD STOMACH TROUBLE FOUR YEARS. When yoar food hat not been propwrlj dimated, yoar body har not received the benefit it should. The exertions of the "mi'trie iuioe confined entirely to Amoving the nnmMticaUd undigested por- tiont of food which they Cfcnnot properly digwt as speedily from the body, thereby only giving the blood a small per- MntAM of nourishment with.whiea to feed Burdock 'Blood regu- boweU, promotw perfect makes pure blood, thus perfect health and strength tq the aebOitated iyitero. Mn. D. A. Francisco, "I suffering from stomach trouble of the worst kind for about four Everything I seemed a burden to carry. I uroae ia the morning A sickening and feverish in mv mouth and was troubled linps in my hands and feet, which my'pby- naM.0 sai.d wMdue to the disordered >tate bl my itomaoh. I tried evefything that WM purchasable, and also consulted two or physicians, but ooiild find no relief until of my neigabow told of wonderful care by Burdock Blood Bittern. I altogetbtr ton botUet and am now cured. I wiah to recommend RB-B. to anyone who nay W so unfortun- wishing her services for waiting.'on table or any kind of work, except washing will please drop a card in the postorBce or call at her home. 92-10 POSITION housekeep- er for one or two gentlemen by re- spectable English: widow, age 46 years with one little age 10. Bos 568, Lethbridge. EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER- wants position. Address Ruth L. Amoss, Lethbridge, ,Alta. 96-1 CARPENTERS TO PROPERTY FOR lots with house (5 rooms, good sta- ble; price balance easy. Apply Alberta Realty Co. 84.0 FOR new house on Westminster Road, near new stand pipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation and cellar. cash. Balance easy. Alberta Realty Co. LAMM FOM tALt FOR lying only about three mitet from of the very tot io townthip. Quici sele, H. Graham, Qrandview, Iowa. W-i FOR acres of Und lor tale or rent. 16 acres under culUration, Good house, stable and hen All'fenced. For .full ptrticuliuri Ely to Charles Ernest Borthwick, undbreck, 8M WANTED TO REMT rooms, centrally lo- cated, by two young ladies. at Heraid Office. >WJ rooms suitable for bedroom and sitting room by two young ladies. Bedroom furnished, sitting room unfurnished. Centrally located. Apply Box M.M., Herald Office. 93-0 or two furnished rooms at once. A. E. Smith, Herald Office. 95-0 FOR roomed house, centrally located, new and fully mod- ern; also six roomed house and four lots, on Westminster Road. Apply S. J. McDiarmid, 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 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 FOR wanting a good new house and stable in North Ward on a street where water main is now being laid should write, to P. 0. Box 175, or enquire at Redpath. St. Souse is 24 x 30 feet with five rooms, -wo clothes closets, cellar, etc. The louse is wired for electric, light .and ihe water connections will be put in very., soon. Stable accommodates eight horses. House may be sold without the stable; cash, bal- ance, easy. 96-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. 'OR mercantile bus- iness and postoffice at a point that promises one of. Southern Alberta's .best towns. On Lethbridge Calgary, branch; Apply J. ;K; War, nock, Blayney. 92-12 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore vxisting be tweei J. W-ang and at Grassy Lake, Alberta has been dis- solved, J, Wung Yett having; bought out the interests of Mah Iai AH out- standing ace "ints should be forward- ed at once to-J Wung_yttt> Grassv Lake Albena. FOR almost new incubat- or and any .one wishing to exchange a apply 320 Glyn St. 92.6 FOR shares in Leth- Woollen paid up, for sale for cash. :W, T; Wat- son, Box 393, Hosmer, B. 93-6 FOR interest in one -of the best paying restaurants and lodg- ing house businesses .in the city. Apply Tim Bedard, Canadian Restau- rant. 93-6 FOR .teams, three, wa- Ed. O'Connor, corner Ford and Wood igbns and 3: sets of harness .for sale, streets. 9frO Can be seen at old Hayr 'Transfer Stable, Redpath St., at' 12 or after 6. 96-0 TO RENT- TO RENT-Twor offices to rent in Be- iFOE .SALE-First class .gi-ocery busi- "rin Block Armlv r QAR nes ln- Sood I've minang town on gin. Block.. Apply C. Begm. 95-6 Nest Pass about twenty thou- dollar pay roll. Stock. about TO small building on a business of about path St. Between S.mith and Wood per month. op- Sts. Suitable for a "shop. Apply to position. Good terms. Apply Box Box Y., Herald Office; 96-0110, Herald. ESTABLTS BED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada I HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits...___. Accou-is of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of'Credit Savings (Bank Department Branch Coaldale Block, Redpath St. at tht RAY F. BRANDON nttrt Popular in Albtrtt The Alberta Hallway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Uti North of the Mmttti Wnt of Westminster H. FROM EACH Iff A CV One-third cash, one-third 0 Interest 6 per cent, per annum Mini HMiy Mi ifflJHMI' Sli LOST span black geldings, weight about 13 hundred each, one about 6 years old with white star on forehead" and white stripe ori nose and right hind foot white. Other about 4 years old, no marks. No vis- ible brands on either. T. M. Bryden, Kipp Siding. 96-3 24-3 Magrath, one dark grey mare; four years old, branded TA oh right thigh. Eeward for .in- formation leading to recovery. Stacey. Magrath, Alta. 92-6 span black geldings, weight about 1300 Ibs.Tone about 6 years .and the. other about A years, old. .No visible brands in either. Owner" can. ;.have same by proving property, paying expenses and taking them Bryden, Kipp Sta-" tion. 97-2; TENDERS WANTED RENDERS will be received on Wednesday next, 7th April at for excavating the Ijasement for the addition to the Bryan Block, Leth- bridge. Plans etc. may be seen at the of- fice of W. M. Dodd, architect, Bryan Block. No tender necessarily accepted: 90-3 ERNEST E. CARVER. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head ol a family, or any male over 18 yeaw old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, oaskatchewan or Alberta; The applicant must appear in peraon at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. by- proxy may be made at any agency r of intending months' residence upon and- cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine home stead on a farm of at leaat 80 acres solely- owned and occupied" by him 01 by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a bomesteadei in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside home stead. Price per Dutiea, -Must reside .six months in eaen 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 his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take ft pur- chased homestead in certain Price per acre. Beside six months in -each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and' erect a house worth W.W.CORT. Deputy Minister ol the Interior. publication pi this advertisement will not be paid for. The Private Dining Rooms at the ALfXANDM are now open, and are well patronized bythe publio Union All White Most up to date Restau- rant in the city. Lunches from IQc, np Meals from 25c. op N. H. MURRAY Prep Milk Cream Butter Eggs ALL FRESH .AND PURE" Delivered Daily Our uieanlinesi and Purity Cox (8k Son 347 f.QLlnM ;