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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA. MONDAY, APRIL 29, I Ml. A WORD OF ADVICE TO INVESTORS lots are Here is the greatest opportunity in Alberta to get good return, on your monthly savings. You have got to invest your money uhere it is safe, and at the same time where it will yield a big percentage of profit the safest and most profitable money maker of the age, if you get in on the ground-floor. They can't get less in value, but must continue to increase as fast as the country becomes more densely populated a Country that can grow almost every produce that grows out of the ground. BURDETT, the new town, is midway between Medicine Hat and Lethbridpe. Alberta on the Can- to draw its trade from. The C. P. R. new cut-off railroad i J --J n i _ e north-east of Burdett, is the world's greatest natural gas w district in Alberta. Burdett has the best fall wheat in Alberti >m. Do you know of any other town in all Canada that has ITC vuu must earnestly to buy Burdcti lots, do not wait until they have au.vivj Send for blue print to the Burdett Coal Co., Burdett. If. you seek a location for any kind of business come to Burdett. THESE WILL BE ON SALE .THURSDAY APRIL 29 IN LETHBRIDCE, CALGARY, RECINA, BRANDON AND WINNIPEG. M en of Good Taste In Greens aad the new Grays. will appreciate the elegance of our new Double Breasted Sack Suits. The styles are absolutely correct and rendered doubly attractive by the Fancy English Worsteds we BASEBALL GOSSIP FROM EDMONTON have used. FIT- REFORM McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbncfce. YOUNG CHILDREN IN SALOON BARS London, April fortnight's op- eration of the Children's Act done more than all the previous years of .agitation to bring before ,the public eye the magnitude of one of the evils It is designed to combat, namely, the- presence of young children at all hours of the day and night in sa- loon bars. One .of the most conspic- uous features of London life today is the women who at certain hours, particularly at night hang about the doors of'public houses, drinking, with children in their" arms or in peram- bulators. This is not seen, of course, at the West End or in the better residential quarters, but it is universal in the other and far greater portions of, Lon- don where mischievous ingenuity has developed a new trade in this con- nection Old women assemble at the doors of the public houses- and hold babies while the mothers drink inside This violation of public de- cency has already reached such a pitch that an outcry for its preven- tion may be .expelled soon. (Tho Bulletin) Another day and the wind still blows cold and baseball fans in Ed- j are forced to discuss events' .of interest in the baseball world by! the fireside. Xeyer mind though, I .there are better days coming. It would seem as though this cool weather in April was sent to Ed- monton for a purpose, and a bvnch of fans evidently discovered that pur- pose last evening. It was at the Imperial hotel and J-ack Dewar, Alf. Pidler. Snapper Garrison, Frank G-oode and a number of others had foregathered. :After the majority of1 the games in; the Western Canada j had been played out, and was leading, of course, Alf Fidler came through with a happy suggestion, winch will likely be adopted, it xras to organize d rooters club to' cheer Dinny Guire.'s bunch on. to. victory. League Edmonton A MOST COMFORTABLE TURN- DOWN SHAPE. SUITABLE FOR ANY SEASON OF THE YEAR, MADE IN TWO.QUALITIES. "Anchor" Brand "Derby" 2 lor 2Sc. "Iron Frame" Brand for SOe. SOLD BY LEADING FURNISHERS. MADE BY TOOKE BROS. LIMITED, MONTREAL. MANUFACTURERS OF SHIRTa COLLARS. NECKWEAR AND IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. '5 has received an offer from Calgary to play with the ball team from that town this -season. Vining has not yet received a contract from Me- Guire. He would like to play ball in Edmonton this year because he Eve Y knows most of the fans here. He has he will go the same way. get through with him Chicago will; Warner, April 23.-Scarberry be minus another stTapper.-Nelson. Himt are up a feed bam corral at Warner and are also expect WAR HAS BEEN DECLARED j ing in a shipment of horgeg War on t-he California State Lea-! The country east of Warner is be- gue, which lias been classed as settled up very rapidly as fast outlaw league, was declared by the as surveyed .and besides there are National Baseball Committee in ses- lote cf squatters taking chances on a. sion here. An assessment on the six-: survey at an early date, teen clubs of the t.wo major leagues j The soil through this district is an will be made to provide a substan- j ash loam two to four feet deep, with tial sum to be expended in the fight a clay subsoil and with very few to be made on the California league, stones. It is. settling with a good It was said no application had Iteen j class of settlers who are coming with received from Pitcher Ed. Walsh, oi their families and effects to improve and develop the country and make it their home. They are all looking the Chicago Americans-, to be de- clared a free agent, ajnd no action had been taken in his case. A number of minor cases was con- forward anxiously Id the tion of the new Weyburn-Lethbridge raau there knew the value of persis- tent and judicious rooting and they all joined eagerly in the ,proposal. Before many sunsets a rooters' club will be an accomplished fact. The first occasion, on which this have a, chance to get ousy will be in Calgary on May 12th when the Edmonton and Calgary teams open the season. A bunch of long, lanky, husky, 'deep chested' gents from the capital will likely charter a car and go south to Town on the Bow to see that the league gets away to a good start. The Ed- monton -team will be strangers in a strange land, most of them, but if the Edmonton rooters don't make little thrills run up and down their spine and impress them with the ne- cessity of putting ft over Grist's bunch, then they are a' very cold- blooded bunch indeed: Vining, who pitched for Edmonton, last year in the Twilight League, Hudson's Bay Stores also had his ear to the automatic telephone) and has a hunch that Ed- monton will have what will look very much like a winning team. But the fact remains that Calgary has made him an offer and Edmonton has not. He hasn't decided yet but if there is nothing doing soon he will likely become a broncho -buster and run the risk of being a tail-end- -er, Edmonton fans are wondering whether Charlie '.Grist is altogether satisfied with the bunch of ball toss- ers he has signed up. It is whisper- ,ed Crist ..is...disappointed.. He didn't find it so easy to pick up a team of all stars as he expected. However, Grist has landed few good men, and a number of others, who out to better than they sound. Peterboro looms up large in Edmonton sporting world at the present time. First along comes Fred Whitcroft, Bill Crowley and ft whole host of others from the little Ontario burg. Then. Dinny McGuire announces that -he is bringing Cle- ments, Murphy and Burns from Peterboro to play baseball. The all-Canadian team idea has rather fallen flat. Still it sounded good while it lasted. Come to think of it though, Edmonton would rath- er huve a pennant winning bunch than to have an all-Canadian team at the bottom of the league. sidered by the commission and de-, line of the C which will be need cisions announced. The claim of'ed to handle the immense crops Player Mason, of the Troy. N. Y., which will be. grown in that dis- State League team, to be declared a trict this season. All of 'the settlers free agent, was granted. are doing all of the breaking they can this year; some with horses, oth- ers with oxen or mules, and quite a number with steam or gasolinr outfits, will be operating this year. In one settlement which is squatt- ing in one of the unsurveyed town- ships, there are among the party, "a doctor, a lawyer, a blacksmith, a machinist, a carpenter, and a mer-i chant. They have no undertaker, but they don't need "any for -they are all undertaking to do the best they can to improve the country. Among the settlers around Warner there are a few marriageable bach- elors, -who intend to their home in Alberta and would like to have some one to help them. The settlers appreciate the. .new station which the A. R. I. have granted to Warner. Agent Begin is kept busy handling the large. freight and passenger traffic. SUNLIGHT SOAP The finest fabric is not too delicate to be -washed with Sunlight Soap. When other soaps have injured your linens and faded the coloured tlhings, re- member the word Sun Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you free a cake of their famous Plan to 1 toilet soap, if you mention this, paper. sio'n prints instead 000. Typographical error. t is a-singular thing that these typographical errors never occur ex- cept to the detriment of the adver- saries of" those who commit them, and the worst of it is; that -these gentlemen do not give-. mblicity to the correction1 as the-K did to the error. _ Salt Rheum JAS. FLEMING Baseball Magnate of Medicine and President of Weitei-n Canada League s Hat OUR LETTER BOX. CASEY LOST HIS NERVE The famous Jimmy Casey, manag- Sp Port Line of Invalid per bottle A wine of good age and purity, care- fully bottled. Highly recommended for" medicinal use. Guinnesses Extra Dublin Stout Burkes' Bottling, Crown Tops, In Cream- ing Condition. A Splendid Tonic VOLUNTEER BOUNTY ACT To the Editor of The Herald Sir shall he glad if you win kindly insert the following letter from-the Hon. Frank Oliver in reply to the representations submitted to the government in January, request- ing that the provisions of the Vol- unteer Bounty Act, 1908, may be ex- tended so as to -.include all S. A. Veterans residing'in Canada. Ottawa, April 16, Dear Sir reply I beg to sav ifaat the subject of your communica- tion of January 2nd -has been con- si-deredi After discussion with Sir rrederick Borden and other members the Government I am compelled A PLATFORM OF ERRORS (Montreal Herald.) At the dinner of the Montreal Re- form Club, Saturday, Hon. Mr. Gra- ham, in proposing the health of the president, Mr. Jos. Lamarche, said: "The most solid plank of the Con- servative platform is the typograph- ical error." The Gazette of the morning ,said Mr. Graham, had announced that by a typographical ..error-the report of the commission of inquiry into the; Central Railway makes .the stock distributed among (the founders of the line while it should be only Typographical error.. The. Colonist of Victoria publish- es a false telegram from Mr. R. L. Bordeh. Typographical .error. The Mayes: affidavit gives the date 1907 instead of 1905. Typographical error. j The report of the Landry commis-1 Ectema, or Rheum, as it ofuri called, it of the mort agonizing of ikia rjimiiiir It manifests itself in little rooad Thick containaa extremely irri- tating fluid; TheeebrtrtaadsabwiqiMnUy t crust or acala it The baming, itcbiqg end ing, night or the part it to VDJ ttrong. ibnii unbearable. The mooMi vhich Bordook Blood Bitten luvnet withio pMmnwiUj curing of wvwity it to iu wonderful blood ud purify- ing propertaei. No other remedy or on do, much for those who ftlmott driven to distinction with M our thouwidt of oigMd tMtimooiaU tattifyto. Mn. John O'Connor, Burlington, N.S..t I with Rheum. I tried dowa different medi ei, but moit of them only nude i your courage. It a little some constitutions longer than others. But Doau'a Kiclney Pills will gradually drain the poisons out of your system; the pain in- your back will stop; the Sediment in'the will ceaae; thero will be no rheumatic you will feel freer and brighter, and when tho last of the poisons have gone yon will be well. Thero is no way of getting the kidney poisons out of the system except through tho kidneys, and no medicine to effec- tive in taking them oat as Doati's Kid- ney Pills. Mr. W. Perkins, South MaitUnd, N.S., writes: I feel it my duty to let yon know of the great cure I hare obtained by using Doan'a Kidney Pills. For six months I could not obtain a good night's rest, had to got up four or five times to urinate, and the urine was very thick and red. I commenced using Doan's Kidney Pills and in a very short time I was right and fit again. I am very thankful to hare found so speedy a care." 60 cents per box, 3 boxM for at all dealers or mailed dirwt by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. In ordering specify Grand Amateur Production LYCEUM THEATRE 4 Performances 4 Richard Hincks And his clever company of Amateur Performers will present on THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS April 29th and 30th "Dandy Dick" A Farce by A. W. Pinero ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING May 1st "Sweet Lavender" A Comedy by A. W. Pinero RESERVED SEATS Me and 25e Advance sule of tickets now on at the Lyceuto Bos Office ;