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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHBRIOGE, AUTA., MONDAY, APRIL 12, r MOVING PICTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1. Head Dresses 2. Daughter's Hoacsty 3. Chorus Girl 4. Rustic Heroine s o N uius should Le cd at to J Wun? yt.tj. Sooth African Scrip AND Half Breed Scrip For Sale APPLY TO The Williamson Taylor Richard's Co. Brokers Edmonton, jMta. MRS. KATIE PALIN has removed to her new residence at the corner of the baseball park. Parties wishing her services for waiting on table_ or any kind of work, except j washing will please drop a card in the postoffice or call at her home 92-10 PROPERTY' FOR lots with house (5 rooms, good sta- ble; price- balance easy. Apply Co. HOO.OO cash, Alberta Realty- 84.0 house on new stand FOR Fine new Westminster Road, near pipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation and cellar. cash. Balance easy. Alberta Realty Co. CARPENTERS to 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 Box W. R., Herald.. "D9-6 FOB roomed house, centrally, located, new and fully mod- also sjx roomed :house and four Apply 91-0 lots, on Westminster Road. S. J. McDiarmid, Box 376. SITUATIONS To farmers contractors, write or phone -La- Agent .Maxson, Windsor Hotel, you ta !IP upon jhe efforts of the pr-r tlicyp .things Dronm "I'm not going to ktpp them 'tlsore a: Oil. They to ..X-JJL- l.fcuisi'me-r He'll lake thVin nut he has the Notice to Farmers and bor jLethbridga, Alta., for all kinds Help furnished oi 99-6 and edited by a club president .resi dent .in Prince Rupert; ;a fourth is to it-nt- i r-iiTi i-r, hrt 4. use it as, a dub to beat 'brains into .the heads of the working-men. feral.- Investment- Corporation, Ltd., Dept. E., Grain Exchange Man. A BEAUTIFUL AND TOUCHING PRODUCTION The Great English Comedy Charlie' i lady, position as steu- ographer ..anu general office assistant, experienced. Apply Box W.R., Her- ald. 99.6 The directors of -Lethbridge District Agricultural society will award the following prizes for stand- ing grain competition this summer- 1st 2nd 3rd for party having several the following grains: 10 acres of Fall i hours leisure in the afternoons would wheat, any variety; 10 acres of Spring [like work either in an office or as wheat, any variety; JO acres of oats, j collector. Apply Box 180, Lethbridge. any variety. For further information I Best of references. 101-2 apply to Major W. B. Burnett, Secy. SIXTEEN PEOPLE SIXTEEN AT LYCEUM A Great Play, that commends itself to everyone without exception BIG SPECIALTIES AND MOVING PICTURES Prices 25c., 35c., and 50c. ty-ohe next "Old eUO'.'.gll "I. don't knov.' Ih.-tt I' :u get- ting pretty wisi% Dn yon know. I've just -found din bow Rosie "Keating is. She's twont.v-i'-ine ..Gee. a fellow always pets 'smcfe on a girl older .thnn .Still. '.sho's-ni! right, I'm not her '.She 'wouldn't t'n-onr.v-nfne if fbi- con Id help it." it's off 'helv.-c-pn you "I don't know .i! Itinchotl at lU-otor it's off, five. ili twenty-nine, dot's sht-V" "I've never .noii.-ed "Nc-vor! V.'oll. holy inackoreH You niust-.iie Win-] says she's se'er- you1 in lilt- :i thousand times Never noticed li-.-rV ties'" "I incnn I've no'.icocl any one see' Mr. Rigbv '0'.i! either s ronay That don't oc? -i'.'i Fonr sixty- tin ;Shn don't .look TO RENT- LAND FOR SALE FOR acres of land, 1 sis TO large room house, 1 stable, 1 blacksmith shop (22 x 60) fully equipped with forge, blower., anvil, drill, tire npset- ter, vice, emery iyheel. disc sharp-- well-furnished room. Apply .at two Vtorey .brown house, Barnes St., North Ward. 98-0 TO room to ener and a full line of 1 wind [Apply second house .from corner of mill installed, at a. cost of J feed chopper, dance hall upstairs- fanning machinery and carriage ag- e-ncy 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 for a limited time. D. G. Gland; Cardston. :Alta. 101-6 Bock Beer made by the Lethbridge Brewery Is the best Easter drink, on draught at all hotels. Gutbill St. and London Eoaci.. 102-6 TO newly furnished rooms in modern, house five blocks east of depot. Apply 1st 2-storey house east of mills on Railroad Ave. 102-6 FOR acres choice irrigated garden land .near fairgrounds. .For terms apply at once to Sfceith Til- Round Street. TO. Small house, corner William and Agnes St., Rent. Kiev's any more." 'ildpi; stiffness. "He's -w of the of- the war, do yni- slw is in go to Rild Buddie..with s ,n cheap-sicatft." "I heard ht.1 tjn- fice one day." o rnck'e. "Ho..did nor! YVo couldn't aj oert.iin 'things rr.TirdiTig ibc fia that's all. iilm.to g< vlovH.-or vonis to effwt." "Something your mony, I ueliovc, i the whole 'iiing doesift amount to a wiioop. I'm trying to get Rosie another job. She oughtn't to write in there with that guy." "Well, you're twenty-one. Why don't you open an.office of your own? Your got plenty of money. She can buy you a library anrt n sign, and that Is ail a young la wyer needs in Chica- go." "Mother wnuis me to run for alder- man in our ward next spring. I'll be able to rote .it that election." got as. much right In the council as some o'hers. I suppose." "Sure. Mother owns property. The west side ougM to as well represent- ed as the north side. Property interests Is what we nowl in tbe council. do'J't care to lic.-ir a speech, lioy. Arc yon busy this after- "No. 1 wouldn't ho here if 1 was." get up there and hand those books down io mo. Xobody loafs in this office today." "Well, doggone, if that isn't the limit: j AH right. Don't cot ir.nd. I'll do it" i The young gentlr-nian leisurely nscend- j ed to the top of (lie siepladder and fell i Into line finder the lash. __ 'Toung Mr. Graydon Barisemor will be here this nficnioon." said Droom. "I want, to get things cleaned np a bit beforehand." "How docs he fet'lr.l'o.'it his 1 BREAKING acres good We want breaking done near. Leth- bridge, horses or engine. Good water and.coal near. Also want three experienced farm Enquire of L. A. Felger Office Mason Land Co. t ald Office. 101-0 FOR room cottage with lot 60 x.102, corner of London Epad and Crabb St., cash gets It. Balance on easy terms. Apply on premises'to owner, I. .Ml Pierce.r 93-0- FOE, 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 Kedpath St. House is 34 jc 30 ieet with five- room's, two clothes closets, cellar, etc. The house is wired for electric light anu the water connections will be put in _very soon. Stable accommodates: "eight horses. House may be sold without the stable; cash, bal- easy. 96-6 FOR house, eleven rooms fully modern. .Ready May 1st. Ap- ply Thos. Judson, Box 170. 99-0 F.OS :lots on Courtland street lor sale. Good location, each. Terms. .Apply W. Pike, Leth- bridge, Alta. 99-6 FQE cash. South Af- rican scrip, good for 320 -acres, the cheapest land to be had. Write Box 130, Calgary, Alta. 100-6 FOR (5) Acres, one and CThali miles east. of._thfe .Post Office, two-roomed house, frame stable --for five head of horses and-buggy also, cement stable for twenty head of horses, all fenced. Price, cash.. Bafance in twe-Ivc with interest at 8 per cent. Apply to the Canadian, Eeal Estate and Adjustment Co., Room 9 Bryan Block, over the Eureka Theatrel-or. Box 387, Lethbridge, Alta. 102-6 FOR acres house and stable, on Crabb St. Apply P. 0. Box 95. Telephone 114. Y. Chow. 102-6 WANTED TO RENT I once, a large double room furnished for two gentlemen. Central. Apply .to Box 23, Herald. .102-6 rooms, centrally lo- cated, by two young-ladies. Apply at HeraJd Office. 93-0 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 acres Red Back Scrip: Can also use limited amount South African Box 500, War- ner, Alberta. 102-6 J. F, Smith was spee'dy trial on the'charge of horse, stealing" at Arcola and was sentenced to'-one year's imprisonment at hard WANTED TO house, at Apply stating, rent to Box S. A. K., Herald. 97-6 LOST mart- branded 4H on right shoulder, wire cut on left hip. Ee- iward of for return to P. Burns j Co. 100-6 i rug, green and red plaid, on Diamond City trail Friday nidit. Return to Dr. Galbraith. 24-0 ESTABLISHED ;I854 Merchants Bank of Canada ii HEAD OFFUE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits........ ___ Accou-ts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Branch Block, St. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND Any person who Is the sole hetd oi a family, or any 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-section of Available Dominion land in. Mtui- toba, Saskatchewan :or Alberta. The. applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands' Agency or Agency for the district. by proxy may be made at any agency intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each oi three years. A homesteader may.-, live within nine milea of :his home stead on a farm of at least 80 solely owned and occupied by him Cot; by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongaide home- stead. Price per acre. Duties -Must reside six months in" eacn of six years from date of homeateu! entry (including the time required io earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has ezhaucted hi? '.homestead. right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a. par- chased homestead in certain districte. Price 13.00 per acre. reside six months in each oi thret years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a touae worth W.W.CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not paid for. ;