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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITH ALTA., 'iRURIDAY, APRIL I, IMt, MOVING -PICTURES ADVANCED 1. Heid Dresses 2. tar's Hoiesty 3. Ckru Girl 4. Ristk Heroine O N "WHEN" Prices I5c and 25c. 1. Herbert, the Frogman 2. Black and 'Leslie Singiug, Dancing and Acrobatic Comedians CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE S.p.E. WHIST DRIVE The second whist -drive arranged by the Sons of England took place last night in the Oddfellows Hall and proved an even greater success than -the first. Nearly one hundred were present, there being sixteen tables and sixty-four players, thirty of whom were the lady friends of the members. Bro.. W. Wade, president, of tin- lo- cal lodge, was M. C. and was ably assisted by the committee, Bros. ijass: Davison and German. After the tenth an interval was allowed for refreshments, when a tasty light supper was provided by the lady supporters ..of the Lodge. On play being resumed the contestants settled down. in earnest for the re- maining ten hands, "and 'many ex- citing hands were witnessed. The prizes were of a particularly valuable character, and were awarded as follows: Miss Hariri- son, gold bracelet; 2nd, Mrs. Clifford, pair sugar tongs. Booby, Mrs. W, Appleby. 'Gentlemen, 1st, Bro.F.T. Robins, silver plated shaving set; 2nd, Bro. J. Jones, gold chain; Booby, F. German. After votes of thanks had been ac- corded the M. C. and committee, the National Anthem brought to a close one of the most delightful social events arranged by the S. O. E. SASKATCHEWAN UNIVERSITY Rcgina Presents Its Places After Site Offered SEE OUR -Easter Novelties- While the assortment is com- plete. In a few days many of the lines will be sold A full range of Mechanical Toys, Nests, Birds Rabbits, etc. Rochon's Kandy Kitchen _ Confectioners and Ice Cream Specialists Regiiui, Sask.3 "April. 7. In addition to presenting all the advantages of capital the commercial centre and the farming headquarters of the province city of Regina will give to the Board of Governors of the Uni- versity of Saskatchewan an Meal site f -the great educational institution and will spend in securing that site. Today is an important one for the city of Regiua. After sitting at Moose Jaw, Battleford, Price Al- bert, Saskatoon, Indian Head -and Fort Qu'Appelle the Governors have come to Regina to make their official visit and today those who have had in charge the work of preparing the matter, presented their case. The LETTER BOX. MARKET LODGING HOUSE To the Editor of 'Daily Herald: Sir, Being interested in the gen- erous offer of the Council, to fix up ,ihe. market as a travellers rest. Il would suggest that Mr. Alderman .take a trip to the market house next Saturday morning and start a fire, and then form bis own opinion oi what. he thinks of the dusky hole. The hogs themselves would not stay there if they were not brought in dead. .Boost Lethbridge. Yours disgusted, 'W. WILLIAMS. Crabb St. Governors were shown about the city and the excdk'iit nite picked out for the university wus poinu-d- out. Thia bite H south and east of the .site of the Parliament buildings and fronts the water. U contains six hundred and fifty acres and is an ideal one for the purposes to which it will be de- voted if the university it. located here. The city it is understood pur- chase the site from McCalluni and Hill at u reasonable figure and will hand it the University of Sas- katchewan as a jrift that will go a long way towards insuring the suc- c-.jss of great educational institu- tion. It is felt that this will be a prominent .factor in inducing the governors to locate the university here. In addition however, there are reasons which will weigh strongly. Tt is well known that some time ago the president of the university, Wal- ter C. Murray and some members of the Board of Governors were sent to the various states of the to visit the different universities with a view to learning whether or not the university should be located at some other place. It is said the report of the delegates is strongly favorable l to the location of the university at j the-capital and that instances upon j instances show where this tended j greatly to the success of similar in- i stitutions iu the United States. That this will be a live consideration with the Board of Governors there cannot be a doubt for such a, report from the president cannot be passed over lightly. When the official report was ?nade today by the Board of Governors prominent citizens pointed out the advantage of locating the university here. Speeches followed and then the inspection of the city was made. you rooaiy without injury to or article. Sunlight Soap waah- tub drudgery into pleasure. Get a bar of Sunlight to-day and try. Follow Directions. MM MUM imiilt UJindcws SEE OUR FOR Garde n Too Is: Quality the Best Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you free a cake of their P1 a n't o 1 toilet soap, if you mention this paper. The chief point of interest visited b-> ing the proposed site for the universi- ty should it be located here. BLAIRMORE Ennet Miller spent yesterday in town visiting friends. "We are pleased to learn that Mr. an-d Mrs G-ra.rt.on and family have been released from quarantine. For- tunately the measles were confined to just one member of the family, a lit- tle girl, who has fully recovered. Tom Appleby made a trip to Pia- cher C'ritok the first of the week and brought back with him a fine new team. Fred Thompson, our genial tailor, is go-ing to try the outdoor life for the summer. He lias- left for the Prices the Lowest a the Bow River They wJil be .joined later by Mr. and Mrs. Cjx, and by his eldest son, Kalpii, is at present in Spokane, Sawyer, a, former resident of this district, and well known hero, now of Femie, B. C., was -.'ied fore J. Biddell, J.P., on the com- plaint of1 H. Boutheltree. It.'appears' that Sa-wyer came down a few ago and -bought quantiti ;s of live stock giving in payment on "a man in Fernie for whom ho I'lalr-i'd to be These drafts turned to the bank here unaccei-Ud. j He-nee the action. The evidence are now open; and are well patronized by the public Union All White Most up to date Res tau- rant in the city. Lunches from lOc. up Meals from-2oc. up N. H. MURRAY Prop. young girl to do light housework. Apply Mrs. J. W. Baw- iden, cor. Glyn and Courtland. 100-6 boy to drive deliv- ery wa argon. Co, y Hick Hardware 100-2 J-ust received New Samples of Gent's Suits We will make you a suit cheaper than you can buy really made CITY DYE WORKS Telephone 853 experienced girl to do housework. Must be over 18 years "of age. Wages to start with" J. Lee Johnston, 314 Gutbill St. 100-2 ?OR new house on irVestminster Road, near new stand pipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation and cellar. cash. Balance oasy. Alberta Realty Co. FOE roomed house, centrally located, new and fully mod- ern; also six roomed house and four lots, on Westminster Road. S. J. McDiarmid, Box 376. Apply 91-0 FOR acres, house and stable, on Crabb St. Apply P. 0. Box 95. Telephone 114. Y. Chow. 9T--6 MRS. KATIE---PA-LIN has v removed to her new residence at the corner of the baseball park. Paiges f! wishing heir 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 EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER- wants position. Address Ruth L. Amoss, Lethbridge, Alta. 96-1 CARPENTERS to Ed. O'Connor, corner Ford and Wood streets. 96-O middle aged man of steady and sober' habits, position as book-keper, collector or general office man, experience. Would accept warehouse checker -or shipper's posi- tion. Apply Box W. R., Herald. 99-6 SITUATIONS farmers and contractors, write or phone La- bor Agent Maxson, Windsor Hotel, S Lethbridge, Alta., lor all kinds j help: .Help furnished free. of 99-6 OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING WESTERN STATIONERY CO., LTD. FOR mercantile bus- iness and postoffice at a point that promises to become one of Southern Forms Alberta's best On Lethbridge .'.-_- _ _ O _ O f C'ft ifTJiwr K-r-rt-rt rtK A T IF ladjv position as sten- ographer and general office assistant, experienced. Apply Box Her- ald. 99-6 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 93-0 FOR SALE-r-Anyone wanting a good new house and stable in .North Ward on a street where water "main is iibw being laid should write to P. 0. Bos 175, or enquire at Redpath'St. House is 24 x 30 feet with five rooms, two clothes closets, cellar, etc. .The house is wired for electric -lights and the water.connections will be put in very soon. Stable accommodates eight horses. House may be sold without the stable; ance, easy. 96-6 FOR eleven Tooms fully modern. Ready April 1st. Ap- ply Thos. Judson, Box 170. 99-O FOR on Courtland street for sale. location.-. each. Apply W. Pike, Leth- 99-6 FOR and two lots, seven blocks. from. post office; lots worth each. All for Apply 8 Duff addition. 100-1 FOR cash. Sonth Af- ridan scrip, good 'for 320 acres, the- cheapest land to be had. Write Box Calgary, Alta..- 100-6 LOST mare branded 4H on right shoulder, wire cut on left hip. Re- ward-of ?5 for return to P. Burns Co. 100-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. School Supplies Calgary branch. Blayney. Apply J. K, War. 92-12 ..-'.--VOTICE- Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore "xisting tweei J. and Mah Tai at Grassy Lake, Alberta has been dis- solved, J...WuDg Yett having bought jut the interests of Mali Jai All out- standing accounts should be forward. ed at once r.o J Wung YttVGrassv Lake-. Alberta: duced was_not sufficient to v that j erate a profitable producing coal mine Sawyer was the agent of the Fernie l and they invite others to join them nmisori the enterprise. Write .for full par- A PROFITABLE INVESTMENT FOR SALE-Three teams, three wa- A group of Western Canadian men 3 sets of harness for sale. Can be seen at old Hayr Transfer Stable, Redpath St., at 12 or after 6. 96rO to take over and op- ticulars to. Canada General Invest-! FOR class grocery busi- 1 merit Corporation, Dept. E., nes in good live mining town on Exchange Building, 'Winnipeg.. Man. j Crow's Nest Pass about'twenty fchou- _____. '_______. {sand dollar pay: roll: Stock about man and therefore the accused was! discharged. The complainant and others who are in the same position, will have to seek redress in civil courts. The junior football club was reor- ganized at a meeting held recently.; NOTICE is hereby given, that all E. A. Parker was chosen captain am) j c-reditpre others having, claims Cameron Knight secretary-treasurer. Elizabeth Duncan, late of tho Public Notice -doing a business of about per month. Only one op- position. Good terms. Apply Box 10, Herald. to whom all communications should City of .Lethbridge in the Province of be addressed by those to ar- Albertn. widow, who died July range dates for matches. j 1906j at Lethbridge, rJ- quired to send by post prepaid, or to deliver to the undersigned, the ad- nuuistrator of the said' estate, full particulars of thoir claims, on or be- fore the 1st day of May 1909 find after Easter Holiday Rates For the Easter Holidays the Canad- ian Pacific Railway Company an- nounce a rate of fare and one-third that datp to law on sale April 8th to April 12th, in- clusive, good to return until April 13th. Makes first pay- ment on a fully modern 6 room- ed cottage on Red- path Street. Bal- ance on easy terms. J. I. EAKIN CO. >.O.Mtck and will not be liable lor any claims of which notice hns not then'been received. Dated at Lethbridge, April 1st. 1909. Administrator. Taber P. 0., Alta. FOR new, revolving and cushion.' Will sell cheap. Box 9; Lethbridge Herald. chair, almost reclining, air Address 97-6 purchase, light Demo- crat wagon. Must be: cheap and in good condition. Apply to W...Wil- liams, Crabb St. 98-6 FOR bicycle and acety: lene gas lamp, both good as new. 3-M1 cheap for cash. Apply J. L. Davis, near Electric Light Plant. 99-2 FOR team of horses, weight 2800. Also harne'ss, wagon, A. J. McLEAN. ESQ., hay-rack, walking plow and other articles, all in good -shape. Just what a homesteader wants. 629 Round St. 99-6 ESTABLISHED 11854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFKE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital Reserve and Undivided Profits Accourts of Merchants; Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department LetHbrHge CoAidAle Block, St. Notice to Farmers The directors: of Lethbridge. .and District Agricultural society will award the following prizes for- stand- ing grain competition this summer: 1st 2nd >25.00; ard for the following grains: 10 acres of 'Fall-' wheat, any .variety; 10 acres of Spring wheat, any variety; 10 acres of any variety. For further information apply to Major Wr. B. Burnett Secy. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno is the sole head of family, or any male over 18 old, may homestead a quarter-sectiop of available Dominion land in Mini- Saskatchewan or AlberlA. The applicant nvast appaar in person, at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency ior the district. proxy may be made at any agency tjr of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the lan'd in. each of three years. A homesteader live within ;nine railea 6f "bii stead ou a farrn oi at least 80 acwi solely owned and occupied by him'or by his father, daughter, brother or sister. Tn certain districts a homesteader in good standing" may preempt quarter-section alongside hia home- stead. Price per acre. -Must reside six months in eaou of six years from date of homMtatd entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has hi? homestead -right and eaniwt tain a pre-emption may take a chased homestead in certain dittTMtH. Price 13.00 per acre. Beside six months in each of thrtt years, cultivate fifty and a house worth W.W.COBT. Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not be for. ;