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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHMIDOf, TUESDAY, APRIL 13, INI. 1. fie Dof and the Pipe 2. Kiwi Hearted Policeman 3. Oscar's Elopement 4. Ckinaey Sweeps -SON "STINGY" Prices I5c 2nd "Return of the Favorites, The Thatea Duo" McGrath ?ud Page Rtfesd Enter- tainers on the Banjo Little Teddy Song and Dance Girl 4 prcsen'; cold ypoll continues it may tx'como brisker. j The railway outlit which has come! here is that of O'Connor mid Sulli- j van, contractors. Tho of a good baseball j season are bright, several now play- j crs having been unearthed. Gardo Getts has built a line new i residence. News Of the District PJNCHER CREEK Mrs. Gallaghan, of Macleod. is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. (Dr.) Mills. Mrs. John Brown of the Chinook Kanch, has returned from a visit to friends in Frank. j Mr. S. Lunn has returned from a trip to Kngiunu in company with his cousin. i Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Reid and his family, of Maple Creek, Sask., arriv- ed in town last week and will make j Pincher Creek their home. j 3Ir. and Mrs. H. H. Becker, Master j EMlip Becker, Mr. M. B. Rich, and j Master J. Rich of Buffalo, N.Y., are' registered at the King Edward tel. ilr. Becker recently purchased the Doblne ranch and intends making his homo here. ill-, and Sirs. Blackburn are in Fish burn again and in future will reside on their property. ilr. Blackburn' intends to build a house. Mr. A.! Jorgenson has the contract. CLARESHOLM Claresholra, April syui- COWLEY Cowley, April Miss B. Wnliaco has been staying with her sis- tor, Mrs. D. R. ilclvor, for somo months, left on Sunday night for Cardston, to tuko charge of one of, the departments in the public school' there. i Miss Fulton of Tuber and Miss Ful- j 0 ton of North Fork, both teachers, j spent the Easter holiday with thelat! u sister, H. C. Morrison Makes first pay- ment 011 a fully modern 0 room- ed cottage on Eed- path Street. Bal- ance on easy terms. J. I. EAKIN CO, P. 0. Block Phone 383 Washing Machines The case of Harry Gladstone, ac- cused of supplying liquor to Pete Me- 1 Ewen, who is interdicted, was post-' poned from Saturday last to next, in order to secure the attend i ance of an important witness. It is high time ihat the law in such cases, paihy is felt for Mr, and Mrs. Don- were strictly enforced or else repeal-? aid Vanhorn in connection with the death of their little three year old son. The., boy had been ill with scar- let fever and was convalescent when a complication set in and he passed away suddenly. The funeral place today. That the promise of railways from the Rutherford government was a promise which would not be long de- ed as a dead law is a matter of rid-; ieule. Mr.J. G. Su-iney lost a valuable horse last week under rather peculiar; circumstances. The horse was turn-j took! ed out of his stall to make room for! i a visitor's and remained out all; night, on the owner's premises. InJ the morning he was found with a! hole through the bone on the back of; THEY SAY HAZELWOOD'S ICE CREAM IS THE BEST WE SELL IT The New Century Snow Ball Canadian and Dowshell All well known makes PRICES FKOM Upwards Free Trial Given I Hayr Bros, i General Hardware LETflBRiDCE ALTA. MMI f II I I I M I I H- LOST Daily Herald Market Place you live to sell or to rest place It is COlMffll. you wait MytMaf we this colisu. 25c oie isjertion iucrtioo for SI SITUATIONS VACANT at once, a Albertu Restaurant. at the 102-0 WANTip-Competeut stenograph, and oftice assistant. Apply Herald Office. 90-0 WANTED-A nice girl for housemaid "So builder. One hav- ng experience on continuous double deck ovens. Apply Schweitzer Bros 96-0 layed is instanced by the influx of his neck, which possibly might havej Sundaes, Sodas, etc., .flavors all SCENE FROM THE GREAT THIRD ACT OF "JESSE JAMES" AT THE LYCEUM THUR. APR. 15 men, horses, and machinery for one of the Hues east. The first train load that came in on Good Friday, and there will be about 225 men with.a large number of horses and mules with carts and graders. The town has had a busy appearance the last day or two. The outfit is going out of Carmangay in connec- tion with the line from Lethbridge running north-west. i A. A. Pirie has left for Lethbridge., Report comes from the East of a prairie fire with a front of twen-: ty-four miles, which swept the coua- made by a spike, although such; a supposition is very improbable. Itj more likely caused by a bullet, although a post mortem search did; not fin-d it. The theory of a wild; shotis scarcely tenable as no one; would be hunting jack-rabbits by' night, and inconceivable that! any one would shoot a horse in cold! brood.. j A dance in Lundbreck on Wednes-j day evening attracted quite a. num-i ber of young- people. A party of sportsmen from Gran-! uni arrived and were Grain gahizc for the season, and that the; afterwards. j Exchange Building, Winnipeg. Man. membership fee be fixed at one dollar j where fall wheat is sown the method' th8; and the secretary-treasurer was in-j of discmg and harrOwing .during the' the; structed to order the necessary sup-j summer should be continued until it! Notice to Farmers plies. The following: officers were chosen: Hon. Pres., Dr. Warnock, M, L.A.; Hon. Vice-Pres., H. D. McMil- lan; Pres., F. W. Doubt; Vice-Pies., J. Kean; Sec'y-treas., J. P. Smith.. In the afternoon a football game took place. Business has been very quiet with j the farmers so busy thoogrh if the! About this time of a number of in and around the house would be decidedly better looking for a coat of paint or varnish. Every possible surface has been provided for in SHEKWIH-WlLLIAMS PAINTS AND VARNISHES For wzgons and tmn implements -we have a paint thii will stand ex- txMcte to the weather; for porch floors we have a paint that -will withstand footwear, moisture acd repeated loybbing with soap end water. Making a special finish for evefy vs to keep 5000 formulas constantly in OK but enables us to get best Tell tfce Sberwia-Viiliami agent what you want to finish, and he -will give you the proper paiot or varnish. "Write for boofc- Co. Brighten Up NOTICE DURING THE COAL STRIKE We shall be pleased to take orders for prompt delivery of: Hardwood CHARCOAL 4.u sacks. It ia economical and clean, the best for kindling and hurry up cooking. BOYD GOODE CO. Telephone 344 Office Smith Street J CULTIVATE THE SOIL TO DE- STROY THE WEEDS The time "arrived. wll6B fanners are again, cultivating the soil for the season's crop. In cultivating the soil it is well to handle it in such, a way that the weeds will be kept un- der control. The majority of the noxious weeds in Alberta are one year, plants, or annuals, and belong to the mustard family. The seeds of the mustards are of an oily na- ture and will live in the ground for a long period without losing tn'eir vi- tality, germinating when brought un- der the proper conditions. The only way to eradicate them is to get the seeds to germinate and kill the plants seeds will germinate they must be while they are young, before they mature their seed. Before these very close to the surface of the soil, not deeper than two inches, and the soil must be firmly packed around the seed. If there were many weeds hi last year's crop, it will be found advisable to burn the stubble off in the spring. This will destroy many of the seeds that are on the surface of the ground and will render :the soil more cultivated. If the stubble is burned, care should be tak en to prevent prairie fires by plough-; ing around the field. The soil should then be disced and harrowed. This will encourage the seeds near the sur- face of the ground to germinate, and by successive cultivations with the disc and harrow 'they will be des- troyed and other seeds brought un- der such conditions that they will germinate. If this practice of disc- ing and harrowing the field ia fol- lowed up to the first of June a large number of weed seeds at the surface of the ground will have been des- troyed. The land can then be plough ed and packed if possible and an ear- ly maturing variety of barley aown. In northern Alberta it is safe to sow beardless bai ley as late as the middle of June. When the crop is about four inches high and the roots are firmly estab- lished in the soil, it should rowed with a light lever harrow with sloping teeth. This will destroy the weed soeds that have started as well as encourage the growth of the crop. The harrowing should not be done when the ground it wet, an the dirt will stick to the harrows and hwve j tendency to destroy of the grain If there are only few left, is time io plough for wheat. The directors of Lethbridge and I District Agricultural society will The above method of cultivation j award the following prizes for stand- only pertains to very badly Infested I grain competition this summer: fields. It will not be necessary to I1? 2nd 3rd the following grains: 10 acres of Fall carry it out wnere there are only a; wheatj any yariety; 10 acres of Spring few weed seeds present. However, it j wheat, any variety; 10 acres of oats, will always be found advisable to harrow the growing crop of grain when it is from four to ten inches as soon as the., roots are firm- established in .the soil. Where only! and experienced. aid. PROPERTY FOR SALE-3 lots with house (5 rooms, good sta- ble; price balance easy. Co. HOO.OO cash, Alberta Realty 84.0 FOR new house on Westminster Road, near new stand pipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation and cellar. cash. Balance easy. Aiberta Realty Co. 99-6 POSITION WAXTED-As fireman on breaking outfit or will take job as engineer on stationery engine. Have third class paper. Eeacly on short notice. Apply J. T. Rothwell, Leth- bridge P. O. 103-6 FOR roomed house, centrally located, new and fully mod- ern; aHo siz roomed house and four lots, on Westminster Eoad. Apply S. J. McDiarmid, Box 376. 91-0 TO RENT- TO large well-furnished room. Apply at two storey brow! "house, Barnes St., North Ward. 98-0 TO room to let Apply second house from corner of Cutbill St. and London Road. 102-6 TO newly furnished rooms in modern house five blocks east of depot. Apply 1st 2-storej house east of mills on Railroad Ave 102-6 "T? 1L _ _ garden land near fairgrounds. For terms apply at once to Til- i ley. Round Street Public Health a few weeds are present they should be hand pulled. Never sow or feed to any gram seeds. that contains FOR DEPUTY MINISTER The Health Board has empowered the Health Officer to arrange for the proper fumigation., and Public Buildings, such as -Theatres, and Sunday Schools, etc., and also'to Ottawa, April Cote, di- j offer to the Public, facilities for the rector of La Presse and Arthur Ecre-1 disinfection, of any suspected prernis- meixt, M. P. for Berthier are mention- j es or clothing, ed for the: position, of Deputy Min- Please take notice and govern your- ister of Marine and Fisheries .Col. i Talbotj M. P., it is said has with- i drawn- from the list of applicants and j while Mr. Rivet, M. P. is also spoken j he may later .get a judgeship. selves accordingly. 103-5 G. W. RO3TNSOS, Secretary of Health Board. South African Scrip AND Half Breed Scrip For Sale APPLY TO Tie Villiimsof Ttylar lichiris Co. Inkers Ednoitu, llti. BREAKING We want acres breaking done near Leth- bridge, horses or engine. Good water and coal near. Also want three good experienced farm hands. Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing tweei J. Wuug Yett and Mah Tai at Grassy Lake, Alberta has been dis- solved, J. Wang Yett naving bought out the interests, of Mah Taj All out- standing acounts should Le forward- ed at once to J Wung Yttt, Grassv Lake Albena. 38-25 H. Morris, con- tractor for the moving of buildings. Will work under contract or by the day. Office Crabb St., 1st north of A. Southard's residence. i L. A. Felger Mason Land Co. ROOMS WANTED ROOMS to the over-crowded condition of all the city hotels, the Board of Trade, in or- der to help supply accommodation 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. Secy. Board of Trade. W. McNicol, "89eod new house, corner William and Agnes St., Rent.: per month. Apply Tiox E. B., Her- ald Office. 101-0 ROOM AND furnish- ed-room for rent with board, suitable for man and two .gentlemen; with all modem conveniences. Apply 425 Bartlett St. 02-6 WANTED TO RENT WANTED--At once, a large double room furnished for two gentlemen. Central. Apply to Box 23, Herald. 103-6 rooms, centrally lo- cated, by two young ladies. Applj at Herald Office. 93-0 rooms suitable for bedroom and sitting room by two young ladies. Bedroom furnished, sitting room unfurnished. Centrally located. Apply Box M.K., Herald W 93-0 WANTED TO house, at Apply stating rent to Box S. A. K., Herald. 97-6 wants to rent quiet room. State terms to Box Herald Office- lOSt-3 WORKSHOP for builder, for first class work such as stairs., shop fronts, cases, etc. Must' be central. William Watte, Box 512, Lethbridge. 103-2 WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO good young horses suitable for delivery. P. Burns Co., Ltd. 103-2 ESTABLISHED 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada SHE AD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid up Capital..................... Reserve and Undivided Profits........ ___ Accounts ef Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Selltiied Dmfti Money of Credit Savings Bank Department Brftftch; CoaMtle Mock, St. FOE 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 FOE wanting a good _ new house and stable in North Ward i on a street where water main is now being laid should write to P. 0. Bos 175, or enquire at Eedpath St. House is 24 x 30 feet with five rooms, two clothes closets, cellar, 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 FOE house, eleven rooms fully modern. Keady May 1st. ply Thos. Judson, Box 170. Ap- 99-O FOR lots on Courtland street for sale. Good location. each. Terms. Apply W. Pike, Leth- bridge, Alta. S9-6 FOE cash. South Af- rican scrip, good for 320 acres, the cheapest land to be had. Write Box 130, Calgarv, Alta. 100-6 FOE (5) Acres, one and one-half miles of the 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. Balance in twelve months with interest at 8 per cent. Apply to the Canadian Eeal Estate and "Adjustment Co., Room 9 Bryan Block, over the Eureka Theatre or Box 387, Lethbridge, Alta. 102-6 FOI? acres, house and. stable, on Crabb St. Apply P. 0. Box 95. Telephone 114. T." Chow. 102-6 acres Red Back Scrip, 'an- also use limited amount South African Scrip. Address Box 500, War- 102-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno Is the sole head___ a family, or any male over 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mini- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands or Sub- Agency for >roxy may the district. be made at any agency ar of intending homesteader. months' upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may ive. within-, nine, miles of hii home stead on a faiui of at least 80 acrei solely owned and occupied by him ot >y his father, mother, son, jrother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader tx good standing may pvc-empt s quarter-section alongside his v home' tead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in eaefl of six years from date of homestead intry (including the time required to arn homestead patent) and cultivate fiy acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may.'take s put- chased homestead in certain districts. fS'.'QO. .per acre. e83de six months of three yeare, cultivate fifty