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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1900. r MOVING PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1. Head Dresses 2. Daughter's Honesty 3. Chorus Girl 4. Rustic Heroine S O N O> "WHEN" Prices I5c and 25c. 1. Herbert, the Frogman 2. Black and Leslie Ringing, Dancing Acrobatic Comedians CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE ABOUT the DAD'S Mayor's Son 4 I All Men Should Read Our big stock of Gents' Furnishings nmst be sold, as WE MUST RAISE MONEY These Goods are all New, and show the very latest styles. All our old stock was cleared out at our Fire Sale. The stock is bigh grade. This is a good chance to get a Spring Outfit CHEAP Men's Suits The Latest Styles Suits for 20 16 15 10 10 7 Also a big stock of Good Working Suits at Pants, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Gloves, Under- wear, Sox. Trunks and Valises at prices that mil make you yon can't help it. Raincoats A big stock just received The Newest Patterns Coats for 12 8.00 10 7.00 A lot oli good service- able Coats at surprisingly low prices Shoes Our large stock of Fine and Workmen's Shoes will be sold at away down prices. Our Best Regular for for for for Remember our Fire Sale, get some of these Bargains WM. SADOWSKl Gents' Furnishers. Beside Bank of Commerce Well, JDad's Council and Dad's city have got the- power plant proposition before them in full at last. It looks like a pretty big1 affair and judging from the engineer's statement is ab- out the best that can -be got. Dad's position has always been that if we j havo to get anything we might as well get the; best there is. And that is the real candy. Cheap truck' is dear -at any price, especially in gett- ing; anything that is supposed to last any time. Patching and renewing is always more expensive than buying a real good thing- in the first place. The whole power plant 'business is to cost about At first it j was estimated up about two-thirds i of that but Dad and his colleagues j kept changing things and enlarging their order until it is costing a pret-1 SUNUQtil SOAP IS IT! The soap that saves voa work, and saves you money without injury to hands or article. Sunlight Soap turns wash- tub drudgery into pleasure. Get a bar of Sunlight ts-dzy and try. Follow Directions. Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you free a cake of their famous Plan to 1 toilet soap, if you mention this paper. I If i f SEE OUR UJindows FOE GardenTools I Quality the Best Prices the Lowest Daily Herald Market Place V. you anything to sell or 10 rent place it in ihis column. If you want anything use '.his column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR mercantile bus- iness and postoffice at a' point that j promises to become one of Southern Alberta's best towns. On Lethbridge Calgary branch. Apply J. War- nock, Blayney. 92-12 SITUATIONS VACANT Annl AP1 FOE teams, three wa- gons and 3 sets of harness for sale. Can be seen at old Hayr Transfer Stable, Redpath St., at 12 or after 6. 96-0 and HTruld Office A nice girl for housemaid work only. Good wages. Applv Box FOE class grocery busi- nes in good live mining town on ._ Crow's Nest Pass about twenty thou- isand dollar pay roll. Stock about about Box 96-8 position. Good 1 10, Herald. terms. .Apply 5. C-o Herald. 91-0 goods before they accepted them and him as a permanent institution. This I 4- Hayr Bros. I L. T builder. One hav- ing experience on continuous double deck ovens. Apply Schweitzer Bros. 96-0 SALEy-Barber. chair, almost new, revolving and reclining, air cushion. Will sell cheap. Address Box 9, Lethbridge Herald. 97-6 c, T T i engaging an unknown, quantity when f ty good Some people, IU-T General Hardware irvg some of the aldermen themselves, have been inclined to jump into C. B. Smith because OL the increase in the cost, but Mr. Arnold and Mr. Reid made it plain to the council that it the aldcrmanic body it- self and not Mr. Smith that had been the increasing. The plant has got to be put in soon. There is no si-destepping from that fact. T'Ae bylaw will be submitted to the peo- ple for their say-so in a short time. It will then be up to the true and loyal burgesses of this burg to satis- jy themselves that they are getting value for the money or not and vote accordingly. Jt is a mighty good lay out that is before them, it is ab- solutely necessary, and now it is only j a question of the' price. a few weeks would make him known is a mighty poor piece of business. LETHBRIDGE FOR team of horses, weight 2800. Also harness, wagon, hay-rack, walking plow and other young lady to teach two i articles, all in good shepe. Just what small children two or three nours Ia homesteader wants. 629 Round SL daily. Apply to Box 669, Postoffice. 97-6 FOR Golden Eagle, about two years old. Perfectly healthy, and wife to work in measures between 11 and 12 feet. This AITA i grocery store and, take charge of is a perfect specimen. In replying ALIA 4. i boarding house. Apnly "E. C." Her- kindly quote price. D. G. t Oland, filft 00 c fiardston. Alta 10.1-fi Dad's council is one of the funniest bodies of men I ever knew. They do a whole lot of .sensible things but just fOr the fun Dad's Council is awfully worried for i'ear the Board of Trade council i will not spend the immense sum of j thirty five hundred dollars, not twice as much as the salary oi the new un- known assessor. They seem to think that the B. of T. is composed of a lot of kids who do not know dollars from doughnuts and cannot be trusted with more than a nickel at a time. It is no josh that it is the people's money and should be ac- counted for to the city fathers who are responsible for its expenditure or safe keeping. But, gee old hemlock, there is no seuse in being so nawsty j about it. The men on the B. of T. i council are all heavy tax-payers and j are representatives elected by the hea- viest tax-payers in the city. They are not going to squander money of seeing it float BRAKEMAN WAS occasionally they do some dam-foot down stream. They are just as in- stunt. The above paragraph records tcrested in the city, as Dad 'and the one of the former and this one is a rest Of the council. Dad's Council comment on one of the latter. They seem to be leary of the B. of T. be- hired an expert assessor to size this cause some years ago an irrespon- city up as to property values, agree- sible took the secretary-treasurership ing to pay him for doing so. j because no one else could be found, And before he gets his work done and finally blew out leaving no state- they hire him permanently at m-ent of expenditure' and a consider- a year. able deficit. But things are different It may be O.K. and it may not. now and it is about time Dad 'and Mr. Currie may be the best assessor his confreres took a tumble" to the in nine provinces but the council has fact, had no evidence of it yet. The as- sessment roll has not been completed and the people have not had notice of -their assessments. As Aid. Adams remarked in council, it would 'be bet- FOUND GUILTY Coburg, Ont., April P. R. brakeman Charles J. Reade was found guilty tonight by a jury in the assiz.es of criminal negligence in con- ing. nection with a wreck which occurred! ter to wait until.'the Court of Eevi- on Nov. 23rd last near Sand Bank, j Sjon js over 'before they tie up per- a station -north of here on the C. P. j manently to any assessor. When the R. in which Engineer Findlay, bis Court comes up there may be a whole fireman William Conroy and a brake- i w-agon load of appeals and it may man named Sweet, lost their lives, j turn out that the assessor is not the. He will be sentenced in the morn- j wnat is. The Council should have waited until he delivered the The Nox Tasteless Liquor, Drug and Tobacco Cure We have yet to hear of one failure to cure where a lair trial has been given. Can be given.without the per- son knowing it, is harmless and ab- solutely without taste.' Mother sister- or wife, you would be doing a great work by giving this remedy to some members of your family. We will mail a month's treatment for five dollars. The ScobeU Drag Co., St. Catherines, Ont. A HAMILTON MIRACLE. Gin Pills Save a Hamilton Man's Life The Private Dining Rooms at the ALEXANDRA are now open, and are well patronized by the public Union All White Most up to date Restau- rant in the city. Lunches from lOc. up Meals from 25c. up N. H. MURRAY Prop. Office. dining room Chow Sam's Restaurant. 99-6 Cardston, Alta. at 101-6- young girl to do light housework. Apply Mrs. J. W. Baw- den, cor. Glya and Courtland. 100-6 purchase, light Demo- 100-31 crat wagon. Must be cheap and. in good condition. Apply to W- Wil- liams, Crabb St 98-6 experienced girl to do housework. Must be over 18 years of age. Wages to start with" ?.lrs. J. Lee Johnston, 314 Cutbill St. 100-2 good milch Mounted Police Barracks. cow at 101-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE ________________________________ PROPERTY FOR lots with house (5 rooms, good sta- good young-lady to wait I ble; price f 400.00 on the table. Apply 416, Round St. 101-2 SITUATIONS WANTED balance easy. Apply Alberta Realty Co. 84.O FOR Fine new house on Westminster Road, near new stand MRS. KATIE PALLN has removed pipe. 6 rooms, brick foundation and to her new residence at the. corner cellar. casb. Balance of the baseball park. Parties Alberta Realty Co. wishing her services for waiting on table or any kind of work, except washing will please drop a card in j centrally located, new and fully rood- the postoffice or call at her home, em; also six roomed house FOR Twelve roomed Jiouse, 92-10 South African Scrip AND Half Breed Scrip APPLY TO The Williamson Taylor Hicbirils Co. Brokers J m Edmonton, Alta. CARPENTERS Apply to Ed. O'Connor, corner Ford and Wood streets. 96-0 middle aged man of steady and sober habits, position as book-keper, collector or general office man. long experience. Would accept warehouse checker or shipper's posi- tion. Apply Bos W. E., Herald. 99-6 lots, on Westminster Road. S. J. McDiarmid, Box 376. Apply 91-0 FOR acres, house and stable, on Crabb St. Apply P. O. Box 95.. Telephone 114. Y. Chow. 97-6 Remarkable Story of How Gin Pills Restored to Health and Strength a Man Dying of Bladder Trouble When Everything Else Had Failed WRITE FOR TRIAL BOX For more than a year, Mr. John Herman, 513 James St Hamilton, was a puzzle to the best physicians in that city. The poor man suffered agonies. Doctors said it was bladder trouble. "Inflam- mation of the Bladder" they called it. Unfortunately for Mr. Herman, all the doctor- ing for bladder trouble did him no good. The doctors helped him a little when he was tossing about the bed in dreadful agony. succeeded in easing the pain and getting him up and as soon as he went to work, there was another cruel attack of pain, worse than before. Only two and a half boxes of GIN a cost of 50 cents per did for Mr. Herman what all the doctors in the big city of Hamilton could not they cured him. The National Drug Chemical Company (who prepare GIN PILLS) have known about this cure of Mr. Herman for. three years. But wanted to be sure that Mr. Herman's cure was permanent before placing the facts before the public. Some days ago, a repre- sentative of the company called at Mr. Herman's house, 513 James Street, North. He was informed by Mrs. Herman that 'her I husband (who is a brass pol- isher at the Hamilton Brass Works was at work and had not lost a day on account of his former trouble since GIN PILLS cured him, three years ago. Messrs. The National Drug and Chemical Toronto. I cannot express niysclfstrpngly enough when I speak of what Gin Pills have done for me. When I remember how I suffered not so long age. from Kidney and Bladder Trouble, and how now I am healthy and well and strong and able to do a full day's work, I feel I should speak and tell other sufferers of my experience and of the merits of Gin Pills. Something over four years ago, I T taken down iarit h wist the doctors called inflammation of the bladder, intense pains in trre ba_ck and loins, {rreat puin and difficulty in nrinatinsr, and the sirony at times confined me tolled forthree or four days at a time. Poultices -werelaid across my back and front, and by laying in a certain position I could get relief and then get up and to work, although frequently I would nave to leave my work before nine o'clock and return to bed. The pain was greatest in the region of the bladder, and during.the attacks, which occurred more and more frequently, amounted to unbearable agony, and I be- came so weak that I could not walk across the floor. JOES HERMA.V For over a year I continued to set worse, and the doctors could do nothing to relieve or cure roe. My case seemed hopeless, butmy wife noticed inthe paper ont day what Gin HUs had done for pa be others, and sent for a box to try and see if they could help me. From the very first, I noticed and felt that Gin Pills were doing me good. The ain was relieved at once and the attacks gan to come at longer intervals, and hope that perhaps I might be cured, returned to me once I continued taking the pills for about six weeks, and then to my surprise and delight, the stone I sent you some time ago, came away from me and my pain stopped._ I continued to take the pills for a short time longer, and rapidly regained health and strength. It is now three years since Gin Pills cured mo. I have had no return of the trouble and_ 1 have not lostaday'swork on account of itsince, You cannot understand how grateful we are for Gin Pills. There is not the slightest doubt that they saved my life, and we recommend them to anyone who complains of pains in the back or bladder. Yours gratefully, JOHN HERMAN, 513 James St. North, Hamilton. Reproduction of stone that came from Mr. Herman. Exact size. It was the kidneys that caused all the trouble in Mr. Herman's case. The kidaeys are responsi- ble for ninety-nine per cent of all Bladder Troubles. The kid- neys are always responsible for Uric Acid Poisoning and vStone in the Bladder, which Mr. Herman had. You see, the kidneys are the filters of the body. What is called Urea, js really the dead ceUs and other j waste matter constantly formed j in all parts of the body. The! causes Rheumatism, or uric acid poisoning, of the joints and limbs. The only way to cure these troubles is to cure the kidneys. And thus far, the only remedy that is absolutely certain to re- lieve that is guaranteed to GIN PILLS. Yes, we Guarantee GIN PILLS. Why not? Take this case of Mr. Herman Take ten thousand other cases where GIX PILLS have been properly used. You will hear the same 'GIN PILLS helped me GIN PILLS cured when doctors owe my life to GIN PILLS." We you have pain in the bladder, groin or your urine is highly colored and you have to urinate frequently if you have any other trouble with Bladder or six boxes of Gin Pills from your dealer. If, after taking them, you feel that they have not done you good, return the empty boxes to your dealer and he will refund your money. Gin Pills cost 50 cents a box, or six boxes for and are sold in every drug store. Try Them Yourself We want you to try GIN PILLS and for a two cent stamp will send you a small box for a trinl. Cut out the coupon and mail to us today. We do this so you can see for yourself what a grand medicine they are. I 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 3rd ?15.00 for the following grains: 10 acres of Fall wheat, any variety; 10 acres of Spring wheat, any variety; 10 acres of oats, any variety. For further information apply to Major W. B. Burnett, Secy. LAND FOR SALE FOR acres of land, 1 six room house, 1 stable, 1 blacksmith shop (22 x 60) 'fully equipped with forge, blower, anvil, drill, tire' upset- ter, vice, emery wheel, disc sharp- ener and a full line of tools, 1 wind mill installed at a cost of feed chopper, dance hall upstairs, farming machinery and carriage, ag- eacy in connection. This business is situated in a small thriving town with no competition within 20 miles and can be bought for on easy terms of payment. This price is away below cost of buildings, so write at once as this offer is only open for a limited time. D. G. Oland, Cardston, Alta. 101-6 SITUATIONS farmers and contractors, write- or phone La- bor Agent Maxson, Windsor Hotel, Lethbridge, Alta., lor all kinds of help. Help furnished free.. 99-6 lady, position as sten- ographer and general office assistant, experienced. Apply Box WJR., Her- ald. 99-6 party having several hours leisure in the afternoons would like work either in an office or as collector. Apply Box 180, Lethbridge. Best of references. 101-2 Position on steam plow outfit as fireman or plowman. Ready at once. Apply to Franz- Holskov, at Coaldale Hotel. 101-1 TO RENT. TO large well-furnished room. Apply at two storey brown house, Barnes St., North Ward. 98-0 Bock Beer made by the Lethbridge Brewery is the best Easter drink, on draught at all hotels. BREAKING acres We want breaking done near Leth- bridge, horses or engine. Good water and coal near. Also want three good experienced farm hands. Enquire of L. A. Felger Oflico Mason Land Co. FOE roomed cottage on Glyn. St. Modern. Firast door south of double brick cottage. Apply at the premises. 100-2 FURNISHED end Bound Street. Close in. J. F. Zeller. 100-2 FOE acres choice irrigated garden land near fairgrounds. For terms apply at once to Skeith Til- ley, Eound Street. TO LET Small new house, corner William and Agnes St., Eent. per month. ald Office. Apply Box E. B., Her- 101-0 WANTED TO RENT FOE room cottage with lot 60 x 102, corner of London Boad and Crabb St., cash, gets it. Balance on easy terms.. Apply on premises to owner, I. M. Pierce. 93-0 FOB Anyone 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 Bedpath St. House is 24 x 30 feet with, five rooms, two clothec closets, etc. The house is wired for electric light and the 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 FOB house, eleven rooms fully modern. Beady April 1st. -Ap- ply Thos. Judson, Box 170. 99-O FOB Two lots on. Courtland street for sale. Good location. each. Terms. Apply W. Bike, Leth- bridge, Alta. 99-fl FOB cash. South Af- rican scrip, good for 320 acres, the cheapest land to be had. Write Box 130, "Calgary, Alta. 100-6 A PROFITABLE INVESTMENT A group of Western Canadian men are arranging. to take over and op- erate a profitable producing coal mine and they invite others to join them in the enterprise. Write for ticulars to .Canada General Invest- ment Corporation. Dept. E., Grain Exchange Building, Winnipeg, Man. LOST Bay mare branded 4H on right shoulder, wire cut on left hip. Ber ward of for return to P. Burns Co. 100-6 Two rooms, centrally lo- cated. by two young ladies. at Herald Office. Apply 93-0 ROOMS to the over-crowded condition of all the city hotels, the Board of Trade, in or- der to help supply accommodation J for visitors to the city, wish to get in communication with any person who has one or more rooms that they would let for the night or by the week. The list of rooms available will be given to the hotels who will send transients to occupy them. An- swer in writing, stating exact loca- tion of room and price required by the day or week. J. W. McNicol, Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore '.-sistmg j tweei J. Wung Yett and Mab Tai at Grassy Lake, Alberta has been dis- J. Wung Yett having .bought out the interests of Man fai All out- standing accounts should be forward. ed at once to J Wung Lake Alberna. 4 Secy. Board of Trade. 89eod WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno is the sole head ol a family, or any male over 18 years old, may quarter-sentiop of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The for applicant must appear in person rooms suitable bedroom and sitting room by two: the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- voun-r ladies Bedroom furnished, i Agency for the district. by sitting room unfurnished. Centrally proxy may be made at any agency located. Apply Box H.M., Herald j Ur of intending homesteader. Office 03-0 months' residence upon j and cuUi'vatiop of the land in each W-VNTED TO house, at j of three, years. A homesteader may o t live within nine miles of ms home Apply stating rent to S. A. on a {arm o{ at least 80 Herald. blood carries this waste to the! But do'.vt delay. Do it kidneys. Jt is the duty of the j while you have the paper hand kidneys to filter out the waste, j ______. ______' Sometimes the kidneys are! weakened by 'hard work, are' strained, and have taken cold.' Then they don't do their work! properly. The urea (waste mat- ter) stays in the blood and is changed into uric acid. This acid is a violent poison. It irritates and infla- mes the fonns Stone in the Bladder (Uric Acid Calculi) National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto. I enclose t cents in stamps for trhirh please scml me a small box of Gin for a tri.il. Name. Street, r. o... HKAD OFFKE. MONTREAL Paid -up Reserve and Undivided Profits........... Accou