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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LiTHBRIDQt, ALTA., TUESDAY, APRIL 20, .PICTURES ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, 1. Dreyfo Affak 2. Gntespe 3. Citty's Wife S O N O Coleman, spent yesterday in town vi- siting- .Mrs, Purvis, They returned on the local- The mission Hall is to be papered ris Co_ As stated 'in and kalsomined inside, and is to re- j vgral days this company ceive a coat of paint. It is to be improved generally and will present a more church-like appearance when finished. Miss May Boyle and 31r. Jack 1 Boyle of Granum, have been visiting r their parents here for the last few I'days. Spring is coming in spite of the prolonged snow storm. The anem- ones are out. S. J. Watson of Frank has opened Experience of a Port Hope Lake Ontario ochester. N. Y., April a mouthful of food for more than twenty-four hours, and living in mo- CARDSTON NOTES j mentary expectation of being swamp- Cardston, April annual1 ed in his frail boat, Edgar L. Brown ward conference was held at Aetna: of Port Hope, who was reported to last Sunday. From the reports gi- j have been drowned Monday noon, the'officers of the various or-! when a boat, in which he had fallen is in erood asleep, was blown out to sea, reached I Port Hope Tuesday afternoon, ac- ilessrs. Cazier an-d McCune are tak- to a telegram today, in- the agency for the Massey Brown wa? fishing on Round Pond the Herald se near here on Monday morning, and iipany is build fell asleep in his boat. No one saw ing a large warehouse on the Tith- j plight until he was about three inir lot. just east of Mark Spencer's. miles from the shore, and, by that The contract for the building has'time. Brown who had awakened, had Sera let to Douglas Gland.. Work decided to set out on his seventy-mile Jaunt across the lake. Word was sent the' to -the life saving station, and Capt. his the lost man. After .four hours' fighting commences this week. David Beach is rejoicing over arrival home, well. of a fine 'baby boy to his Forbes manned the boat-with Mother and son are doimr! crew and set out to search for to and from the east end of Red- path St., I should like to suggest to up a cirug. ami fanCy goods store in j our City Fathers that they consider the bunding formerly occupied by -this--matter, as the cost would be Fred Thompson, the tailor. A drug very Yours truly, J. Tuff. Eczema Cored in Simple Way No More Dosing the ;the Skin Through the Skin store is needed in Blairmore and we i been assistant postmaster for are pleased to see Mr. Watson open j several years past but is .going to up in our town. i hfcip his father in the store. Alexan- Mr. Sutherland. M. A., of Leisliman has accepted the posi- burgh University, has been appointed Uoa of assistant postmaster. Presbyterian Missionary for The Pass Dudjey i.eav-itt has received a call Leigh Young sold his house and lot: they had to give up the task, and were to John Bateman today. The price! lucky in having the Ontario to tow is an evidence that Cardston real es-! them .back to shore. The telegram advancing at a rapid rate. I from Port Hope stated that Brown E. W. Burton will leave the post! had a frightful experience. He has a mother and sister living at Port Hope. f Hayr Bros. T General Hardware LETHBRIDGE ALTA, I 11-1 I -I I -II I I I I It new rubber- tired runabout buggy. Apply P. 0. Box 35. 04-0 CATTLE FOR 200 head of mixied cattle, a large percentage of beef and calves. Can be seen any day at my ranch. Ben McGovern, Box 72, Lethbridge. 108-5 FOR range, almost i new. Phone 124. Argyle Avenue. W. R. Brown, 25 110-6 .FOR head of good young work horses, well broken. Ap- ply John Whitesel, New -Dayton. 110-6 TO RENT. TO large well-furnished room. Apply at two storey brown house, Barnes St., North Ward. 98-0 FOR acres choice irrigated LETHBRIDGE EMPLOYMENT BUHtAU Labor supplied free to all employers. Office hours, 7-y, 12-2. 6-9. P. 0. Box 67 Phone 197 Office with Skeith Tilley, cor. Round and Dufferin FOUND book, con- taining receipts, etc. Owner cap have same by calling at Herald of- fice and paying for ad. 105-0 A CHANCE FOR INVESTORS The organization of an operating and profitable coal mine into a joint stock company offers a splendid chance for small investors, who uct quickly. The project fill stand rigid investigation Write for information to Canada Gen- eral Investment Corporation, Ltd., Dept. E., Grain Exchange Building, Winnipeg, Man. SS ley, Round Street. Daily Herald Market Place V> nci] you have anything to sell or to rent place it in this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI j TO new house, corner [William and Agnes St., Rent. [per month. Apply Box E.- B., Her- i aid Office. 101-0 TO newly furnished i rooms with bath. 1102 Ford St. 106-6 i TO roomed house, in Pioneer Bottom near C. P. bridge; [good place for keeping chickens and cows. Cow shed, hay shed, large chicken house. Also fine bull terrier pups for sale. H. Procter, River Bot- tom. Box P., Herald. 06-6 SITUATIONS VACANT as aprentice in Her- ald Press room. 109-0 TO furnished rooms in [modern house. Apply Ashmead St., one block south of gas well. 109-6 chambermaids and a iSTORE TO Hill Block. dining room girl to commence work t Mav 1. Apply Empire Hotel, Mac- j leod, Aita. 109-0 store in Apply E. J. Hill Co. 109-6 ROOMS WANTED Windsor Hotel. at 109-0 double room with two WANTED AT ONCE-Assistants and (dress Box H. H., Herald, apprentices to the dressmaking. Ap- ,beds, in central locality, in house with bath. Please state rental. Ad- 109-1 ply to Mrs. T. W. Clarke, costumier, cor. Cutbill and Sedpath streets. 09-6 LAND FOR SALE class Dallas Hotel. waitress at 109-6 office at the end of this month. He Mr. Sutherland will preach m from Box B wiu ,eave for mia more every Sunday at 11 o'clock a.m. Service-at Lille at 7.30 p.m. MONARCH When you have a scratch on your hand you wash it out and cleanse it ifonarch, April N. Sand- and then cures itself. You of Granum, is building a crush- never think of dosing the stomach for j miji TCm run a gour i1- '-j store in connection. The best skia specialists today are j p_ Smith has sold his furniture agreed that the .olfiy' way to cure j store to Q Grieve of Red Beer, eczema and similar skin diseases is j Wjj0 put a complete drug through the skin, for statistics show that nearjy all eczema sufferers are perfectly .healthy in all other ways except as to t-heir skin. If the eczema patients were really suffering from stock witnin the course of the next few days. L. G-. Sheldrake of Monarch has bought out D. Schultz's share in the i Monarch, livery barn. The firm will an internal-malady, .needing an in- now Woodward and Schultz. "ternal" remedy, the entire body and', not the would.be diseased. You can prove immediately the re- lief of a true skin cure by using oil of wintergreen as compounded in D. D.D. Prescription. This liquid kills the .-disease germs, while toning up the healthy part of the skin. For free sample bottle--write to The D.D.D. Laboratory, Department L.H., '23 Jordan St., Toronto. For sale by all druggists. F. R. Dalzell is erecting two dwell- ing houses on his town property. Mrs. Hopper and family have taken j up their residence in town. Work on the grade at Monarch is now well under way and should be finished some time next month. The work on the bridge ove.r the. Old Man River, three miles from Mon arch, is now coming along well. The fall wheat in this district is i reported to be showing up well and What Is It? A 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT .SALE Of all Spring Coats, ip all the new shades and makes. Very latest models in plain coverts and stripe effects. All this years itock5 in all styles ami at all prices. When? From 8 a.m. Tuesday, April 20th. till 10 p.m. Saturday, April 24th. I To reduce our stock for stocktaking. Do not forget our full Une of RUBBERS AND RUBBER BOOTS Hudson's Bay Co. .sion to the Northern States next month. Messrs. Heppler. Bates an-d Sykes re j turned from a trip to the Water-ton i Lakes today.. They caught some fish, j but returned early on account of the j storm. i Sergeant .J ohn JTaylor brought a j drunken Indian to Cardstcn this af-j ternoon from the St. Mary's River, j near the A. R. I. Co.'s bridge. The Indian will be tried tomorrow. Rev. Whiteman being absent from his church last nig'ht (he was at Spring Coulee at the home of W. L. j Thompson) Mr. Cure occupied the! pulpit. His subject was "Xicode-j mus." A fair sized audience listened w.ith rapt attention to his explana- tion, of this ftxmous dialogue as con- tained in the Gospel of St. John. A brother of 'Mr. Paine, of the Bank of Montreal, has come here rto make his home. He intends going in farming in this locality. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Chris- tian Jensen of Aetna, died last night The funeral will.be held today. The Jeanne Russell Company are coming to Cardston the latter part of this week. Friday' night they pre- sent "Charlie's Aunt" while "The Pa rish Priest" will be presented Satur- day night. WINNIFRED JOTTINGS Winnifred, April thirty- third car of emigrants was set out here last evening. The country is fast settling up with first class farm ers from Dakota. All of these are bringing in fine horses and machinery ready for business. It is, estimated that there' will be about two thou- sand acres put into winter wheat around here this "season- Our blacksmith has completed his blacksmith shop -and is now ready for business as soon as his tools arrive front X. Dakota. Services were held .in the new. hotel Sunday. A fine turnout was had for the first, meeting. We expect a new church now in a-short time. Winnifred has at last been recog- nized by the P. O- department at Ottawa, and after the of May. will receive mail. Our P. M.-elect has received his paraphernalia and instructions ready for business. Our merchant, Mr. P. J. Detnarce. has just received a large shipment of mill .stuff from fee Medicine Hat Mill Sag Co. Amongst the throny of arriv- als is Messrs. Taylors and Catura of MimnevoU, of Yr. P. J. Demarce. Some of farmers are sowing spring grain here now. Humor it now that a large dry goods store will be put in in n very short time. toavc been soM and preparations for building are al- Auction Sale The regular weekly auct- ion sale will be held at Bonnell and Furmaivs Livery Barn on Saturday, April 24th at 2.30 p. m. by WILSON Auctioneer 20 Milch Cows A number Horses broken and unbroken 1 Open "Buggy 1 One Horse-heavy wagon 1 Set Double Harness etc. Other entries are invited up to time of sale. W.L. Wilson m JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc, Box 432 Near Steam Laundry Automobiles. Gasoline Engines, Steam Ploughs and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction, guaranteed Although ,our -tables are Crowded our large itaff of waiters serve you promptly. 111 Hkerti latanit Shp) t Orders at all Hours o Olim Block POSITION fireman-02 breaking outfit or will take job as engineer on stationary engine. Have third" class paper. Eeadly on short notice. Apply J. T. Rothwell, Leth- bridge P. O." 109-6 practical gardeners. Apply at once. G-eo. L. Taylor, florist, corner Bartlett street and London Ed. 108 G class at once. Apply Model Union Eestau- rant. :-110-0 press feder. Apply Her- ald. Office, uo-o AOEES OF WHEAT LAND- Close to Taber, for sale, ranging in price from up. Stewart Mat- thews Co., Ltd., E. B. Tainter, Local representative, Taber, Alta. 104-27 with about thou- sand dollars, for a splendid paying business in good rising town. Apply Box P., Herald. 108-6 TREES Tufi's trees are all right. Will re- place any that "may' die. Ask your lawyer. If you can't believe him., ask your banker or grocer. Orders left at the postoffice or at the Tuff stores who carry the same qaulity of goods but in a diffrent line. L. P. Tuff, Lethbridge. 109-4 Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore '.-xisting bt- tweei J. Wurig Yett and Mah Tai at Grassy Lake, Alberta has been dis- solved, J. Yett naving bought out the interests of Mah fai All out- itaading acounts should be forward. ed at oace TO J Lake Alberia. Wung Yttt, Grassv S8-25 NOTICE Finding that our real estate busi- ness occupies all our time, we have decided to give up our collectkm business. Mr. L. Byers has purchas- ed this from us and will from this date carry it on under the name of the Byers Commission Agency, with office in the Bryan Block. Our com- pany will be known, in the future as the Canadian Eeal Estate Company. The Canadian Keal Estate Co. "Per E. T. McGregor, Mgr. 107-4 .LOTS 23 and 24, Block 148. What will you offer for these lots. Address owner, P. 0. Box 1534, Edmonton. 105-6 class printer, who can assist in make-up. Apply at Her- ald office. 110-0 breaking outfits to start to work at once. Will pay liberal pries per acre. .Apply 0. W. KeiT Co., Lethbridge. 110-0 situation to take care corifinemerit cases- Address C.B. Box 410. FOE acres, of choice land only two and a half miles from Ray- mond. Partly fenced; 120 acres of winter wheat on summer fallow; bal- ance good clear prairie. Can be handled with' cash; balance one-half crop payments. Apply to .the Canadian Eeal Estate Eoom 9, Bryan Block, over Theatre, or Box 387, Alta. the Eureka Lethbridge, 107-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE PROPERTY FOR lots witli house (5 rooms, good sta- ble; price 'S1.250.0Q; cash, balance easy'. 'Apply Alberta Realty Co. 84-O FOE new Westminster .Road, near house OP new stand ipipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation and SITUATIONS seeks situation on 'cook.' Apply farm, 'also woman as C., Herald Office. 10-3 GOOD GENERAL SERVANT WANT- who understands her work. No other need apply. Mrs. -Devine, Redpath.St. 180-0 SITUATIONS WANTED attend to few gar- dens in. spare time. William, Smith, co Herald Office. POSITION class groceryman (with Western experience) also can assist in dry goods, boots and shoes, or crockery, seeks situation" either in city or coun- try.: Could invest small capital if required. State full particulars.- t-o Box G. B., Lethbridge 'erald. 107-6 as .engineer, sta- tionary or otherwise, by young man thoroughly competent; fair- wages. Apply to Box 22, Herald office. 105-6 two or three days a week. Apply Mrs.. Jfycock, Leth- bridge Postoffice. SITUATIQN er with thvee experience, good references, desires positipu. Address Mks Margaret Walsh, High River. 109-6 ACCOUNTS COLLECTED on commission. No collection. no charge. We also write fire, life and accident insurance. Let us explain our industrial policy of insurance to you. The. Byers Commission Agency, temporary office. Room 9, Bryan Elk., Lethbridge. easy. Alberta Realty Co. FQE room cottage with lot 60.x 102, corner of London Road and Crabb cash gets it. Balance'oh easy terms. Apply on premises to owner, T. M. Pierce. 93-0 FOR house, eleven rooms fully modern. Ready .May 1st. ply 'Tabs'.-. Judson. Box" 170. Ap, 99-O FOR SALE OP. EENT-r-New- seven- roomed house in Duff addition. Can be made modern as soon !as .water main is laidl.' Will be finished to move into about April 25th. Address Adplph.Swennum.son, McNeil's cor- ner. Wallwork St.; North Ward. 04-6 LOST cameo pin within one block from new Central School. Find- er return same to Herald office and get reward. 104-0 delivering-to old Capf. McDonald farm, 3 miles east of Lethbridge, roan bull, branded on left hip Last seen November near dipping pen "at Stirling, Alta. Address. S. A. Snell, Lethbridge, 105-6 "between the- Windsor Hotel and the Coaldale on Saturday forenoon. There were twenty bills .of each in an envelope addressed to J, will tn.ve ten dollars rreward for return tcT J. C. Nielson, care of the Herald. 108-6 lady's pocket book, contain- ing a small sum of money. Finder, 110-6 kinaiy return to .Herald office. We have jutt received another car of WOOD FIBRE PLASTER THE SOUTH ALBERT A LUMBER CO. LTD. Lethbridfc, New PHONE 225 City Yard Smth of P.O. BOX 664 WHO'S GOING TO-BUILD know the jiames and -addresses of partie's that intend to build a residence. J. W. ar- chitectural draughtsman and con- tractor, Lethbridge P. O. 109-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wtio Is the sole head oi a family, or any male over 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-sectior of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district.-" by proxy may be made at any agency lar of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years." A homesteader'may live within nine miles of his home stead on a farm' of at least 80 acres, solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, brother or sister. V Tn certain districts a homesteader good' standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside hia home- stead. Price per acre. Duties." reside sii months in eacn 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 a pur- chased .homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside six. months in each of three- years, cultivate fifty .acres and erect a house worth W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication i this advertisement will not be for. NO HAND STORE Dear Public: I wish to call -your atten- tion to another bargin, line fliave in. Those 2 hole stoves, so useful on the horastead or in the shack. I am cutting down to The double wool fleeced mat- tresses about which I wrote "you some time'ago and which you were so quick to appre- ciate, I am still stocking, and the price remains I am recognized as cheapest man in town BLANKETS the for and beds, springs and mat- tresses, are cheaper here than anywhere else. I will write and let you know of any other special snap 1 may receive. Yours, obediently, 111 ;