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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHMIDOC, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, TO THE i jjj Citizens of Lethbridge and District Do not let us lose sight of our motto: "LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT BEAUTIFUL." I will help you. I employ five practical landscape gardeners which are at your service. I can supply you with everything you SEEDS. SHRUBS. TREES. FLOWERING PLANTS OF ALL KINDS Also all kinds of vegetable plants, spades, hoes, rakes, trowels, garden lines. Also men who know how to use them. I also employ a Wire Artist wjio can put up any- thing; in CUT Phone 276 FLOWERS FOR ALL Or Write OCCASIONS P.O.Box 1353 GEORGE TAYLOR WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Florist and Seedsman Cor. Bartlett St. London Road Lethbridge. t Richard the razen B CYRUS'TOWNSENB BRADY, Author of "For Free- dom of the Etc., AND EDWARD PEPLE, Author of -A Broken "The Prince Etc. Copyright. 1BO8. by Moffit, Company. Fortunately she wore no trailing skirt and her feet were out of the stirrups. AS tt was. the divided garment she wore was torn Into ribbons on tlie horns and one boot was dragged off. It was well that she had fallen to a arm. The effort entailed upon him to keep the saddle and drag the woman free was tremendous, but his strength was as the strength of ten that day and did not fall him. He swept her to his breast at last and held her senseless, but free. He had accomplished the impossible. They were now In the angle formed by the tangent and the circle, and the way was clear before them. He spurred his tired horse, which had done such splendid work, out Into'the open and stopped; He did not dare put the girl down until the cattle bad completely unwound them- selves and the jam had been for he did not know what might oc- cur. Fortune, however, had subjected Miss Benwyck to all the trials de- manded of her that day, for the herd of panting cattle, blindly following new leaders, presently unwound itself and streamed across the prairie, going slower and slower, as the panic Im- pulse subsided almost as quickly as it had arisen. The steer the- accident to which had caused the trouble lay dead where .the vortex had been. The man's companion bad ridden up to him as soon as be could, but the man who held the girl directed him to ride on after the herd lest they get Into trouble again. "She's all right" he "only fainted. You ride after" the bunch; Head 'em off before they leave the I'll look atter the lady. TJ1 follow you presently." With the other's assistance he lower- ed the girl to the "grass and. dismounted himself; Miss Harriet Renwyck was not exactly at her best at that mo- ment She was as white as ft cotton boll where her pallor could be seen for the dust Her glorious black hair ber. But as luck would have It Ills outfit was near at hand. It was that he bad signaled her from the top of the hill. He and his daughter had made a detour, and the wagon, travel- Ing on the chord of the arc, was almost up with him when the stampede came. He raced down the hill toward It shouting the terrible tidings. Cowboys and guides In his outfit galloped up to do exactly what had been done. In a moment they had gathered around the two. "Oh, said the girl as Ren- wyck swung himself from his saddle and dropped on his knees beside her. "Are you safe, my "Perfectly safe, thanks to this gen- tleman." began her father Impressively, "I "Oh, If a said the cowboy "nothing at all.-It was Jnst breaking a -mill. Any of these boys will tell you how easily it can be done. Now, if you'll excuse me, I've got to go after my bunch. Goodby, mist; you'll be all right in no time." He swung himself Into his saddle. "But dear cried Mr, Ren- The cowboy wo already on the gal- lop. He turned and shouted something that no one could understand and then was gone. The girl stared after him In great disappointment He had saved her life, rescued her like a hero to leave her that way, and for a lot of was too provoking! "Do any of yon know that asked Mr. Reniryck. "Ain't never acted him rt- plled their guide. "From wot he says, though, he sura knows his said another. "The chances of fittln1 outn that looked at the ground torn bj the tram- pling lew'n nothln', all right" said the girl weakly, tht reaction setting In, 'let's go home. bad enough of this terrible these awful cows." 'It breeds men, though, said HMIMMIIHrliMllil MOVING CO- VAUDEVILLE.; 1. ink Hitk Charm 2. The Meswswiser 3.HU first Raw 4.TheliHKnt o N ca- 'Diwi Wiere tW Swuee River Dutch Duubar Josephine Turner gingers, yodlers and dancers 2. The Thatcn Duo In Googlee Gee or the Bogie Man 3. Teddy Thaten In new songs and dances SCHOOL LANDS Will BE SOLD One Sale At Lethbridge In June Or July Edmonton, April William In- gram, commissioner of sciool lands for three western porvinces of' Al- berta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, witii headquarters in Winnipeg, a- rived in this city last week. Mr. Ingram is making a trip through Alberta to arrange for the sale oi some school lands in this Interviewed by a represeritativ "f the Bulletin. Mr. Ingram gave s. ;ne, interesting information run. Old Jacob Reuwyck knew enough about to rtallce his daughter's danger. He bad also realiied that be do abfQlutelj nothing to bred one. I wish I knew bis name.' 'Til try to find it fer the guide, "although 'Uln't Jut the thing to ax a gent's name oat here. The boys generMy don't use their own names on a range. They're frequently got reasons for not mentionltt' of 'em. But, wotever his name Is, he's a mam, all right" "He Is, said Mist Renwyck, and then she promptly collapsed a see- ondtime. R was unbound and flowed In wild disor- der about her. Her clothing rip- j the guide, "as well as cattle." and torn.. She was the picture of j said the girl, 'It certainly death. Yet in the "eyes of the cowboj who had saved her she was beautiful. Ht took his bottle and sprin- kled her face with its contents with little effect Deftly then the man whipped out his knife, cut the tight she wore and ripped open her dress at the neck. Then: he splashed more water In her face, and at last un- der its stimulus she opened her eyes and stared at a figure bending over her. Bhe saw a stalwart blond young man who would have been but for a ten days' growth of beard that cbrered his face, dusty and sweat streaked from his recent efforts. "You're all right the soothingly as she gazed at him with dawning comprehension. "Drink he added as he compelled her to take a pull at his flask, which fortunately happened to be not quite empty, although the day was BO longer young. She obeyed him. "Those terrible she faltered as the fiery liquid renewed her strength. "They're all gone. You're perfectly safe, miss." "And "It's nothing at all. Anybody would have done it" "You saved my life. I shall never forget it I should have fallen long be- fore had your voice not kept me up." She sat up, covered her face with her hands and -shuddered violently. "I shall never get that sight out of 'say "It was only a little mill, said the cowboy. "We brok? it easily." "Where la my asked the girl hastily. "Where is my "As for your father, I didn't see him. I guess your pony has gone with the herd. But you're welcome to mine. Hello, here are your friends, I reck- "be exclaimed as be saw two or three horsemen galloping over the rise beyond. Back of them came the spring wagon, drawn by mules on the dead CHAPTER III. ,ICHARD WTIXIAM8, a young man of twenty-four, a gradu- ate -of the University of Tex- as, bad the two years since he bad won his sheepskin on ft range of his own, which bad come to him through his mother. Foolish dif- ferences had arisen between bun and his father, in which the young roan was generally In the wrong. A recon- ciliation had been effected, however, si short time before the arrival of Mr. Benwyck, and Richard had combined his cattle with some of his father's. It was this joint herd which had near- ly ended the life of Miss Renwyck. The day after the departure of Ja- cob Renwyck and the young lady Rich' ard Williams had saved in so darlnf and romantic a manner the youag man summoned to the ranch by a mes- sage trout his father. Recognising that it was war to the knife between him and his former partner, the Texan laid his plans to bring to his feet the schemers of New York. It was the west against the east and no mercy was to bejhown on either sMe. _ (Continued tomorrow.') his work in the west. He srated thai he proposed holding four auction sales of school lands in Alberta in the near future. One will be held at Lloydminister on June 23rd, when about 125 quarter sections will be sold. The other three will be held in Southern Alberta, one at Pincher Creek, one at M'acleod and one at Lethbridge. These. sales will be held some time during the latter part of June or early in July. The land to be sold in the south includes some quarter sections the greater part of. which is excel- lent land. It lies in the country from range 11, east of the 4th meridian, north to township 12 and west to the Eoeky Mountains.' This area in- cludes several townships, which were taken in lieu of the school land appropriated in the irrigation belt. Much of it is very desirable land. and -should find a. ready sale. The upset price on this property ranges from to per acre, but it is probable that with keen competition at the., sale, much "of iVwill sell from to an acre. The sale of school lands is provid- ing a large revenue for school pur- poses for the province of Alberta, and .at the same .time -enables incom- ing settlers to secure suitable lands at reasonable prices. By the old school act, sections 11 and 29 in every township, in Manitoba and the Northwest Territories were set aside for the maintenance of schools in the West. Tlie proceeds from the ;sale of these lands is retained by the Dominion government in trust and each province secures annually three per cent, interest on this amount credited to. .it. for school purposes. In. Alberta, practically only oqie large sale of school lands has taken place. This was four years ago, when sales were held in. all parts of the province. The proceeds of these were about one million dollars. Mr.. In- gram estimated, roughly, that there were four or five'- million acres of school lands in Alberta yet unsold3 which means, figuring very conser- vatively, that the province will Piano Tuning w. H. FIELD Factory Expert IS NOW IN THE CITY and will remain for a short time. Leave orders at Armstrong's Jewellery wore A LOCAL BUDGET Captain Peterson has arrived .from Spokane, Wash., to assist Capt. in tiie local corps; 'and took in Sunday's meetings. "Dandy Dick" and "Sweet Laven- der" at second half this week, produced entirely by local talent. Beats on sale at Lyceum box office. Claresholm Review: Mr. Travis Bagley bought the thoroughbred im- ported stallion Ava" from Mr. Bell of Blyth, Ont., three weeks ago for and this week sold him to Emil Anderson for It is said some valuable Claresholm property figured, in the deal. Woodhall-Davidson Co. received a carload of Pease Economy furnaces, forty in all, on Saturday and have them nearly all placed. A note of warning sounded to the boys of the city who are making windows a target in practising with catapults. Chief VGillespie is after the next Alex Campbell, of High River, was in the city on Saturday looking over the new Central school to get ideas for the .new school High River is to build. The "Sweet Lavender Dramatic composed entirely of lo. cal talent, will present Pinero's two great plays, Dick." and "Sweet Lavender" at the Lyceum on Thursday, lYklay and Saturday of this week. The Hick Hardware Co. are un- loading three cars of nails, another of hardware and the third wire. It takes lots of nails to supply the contractors and the de- mand for fence wire is big also. On Saturday evening at home of Mr. and Mrs. TV Heatpn, George: Skreeve and Minnie IS. Wright were united in marriage by the Rev. William Reid. James Coin acted as groomsman and Miss Washbrook as bridesmaid. The ceremony was wit- nessed by a few intimate friends who after the ceremony, partook of the wedding dinner and spent a very pleasant social evening together. Miss Wright arrived here from Eng- land a few days ago. The young couple will make their home in Staf- fordviile. or wife, you would bje doing a great work by giving this remedy to some members of your family. We will mail a month's treatment ior five dollars. The Scobell Drug Co., St. Catherines, Ont. Dr. cU Female Pi I li- the Wife's Friend A reliable regulator; never (ails. While these pills are exceedingly powerful in regulating, the generative portion of the female system, they are strictly safe to me. Refuse all cheap imitations. Dr. de ate sold at 15.00 a bor, or three for Mailed to any address. The Drug Co., St. Ont. The Nox Liquor, Drug and Tobacco CurV We have yet to hear of one failure re- to cure where a tair .trial has been ceive the interest on forty or filty given. Can be given without the per- million dollars for school purposes tt; js TV. solutely. without taste. Mother sister when these- lands are all soJd. Before these sales' of school lands take place they are widely advertised People cpme from all parts of the world, view the land to be sold and select suitable sections and bui.ld-.qn. them. This form of securing land appeals strongly to the incoming set- tler with a little he can select suitable land and usually get it at a very reasonable price. It is possible that a sale 'of school lands will take place next fall in the price of per acre: Stettler district. Mr. Ingr-am .now lias'six similar sales pending in Man itoba, and a number in Saskatche- throughout the west are very good. The spring season is a little back- ward but the people are very opti- mistic, and as soon as warm wea- ther sets in he looks for great ac- tivity in building circles all through the West. King cf Portugal Shows Character in Earthquake Scents Lisbon, April seismic disturbances occurred again throrugh out Portugal last night. Every per- son is srreatly impressed with, the courage and energy of King Emman- who after directing the firemen in the city when the first and most violent shock occurred on Friday; out with tad sup- plies for the districts where the dig- ter was greatest. A number of small villages have been wiped out. Sal- vertta was bacJly damaged and thir- ty-nine bodies have been taken from the ruins, and 120 persons are miss- ing. Hundreds were injured. Par- liament has voted for the relief of sufferers. Tewfik Pasha, the grand vister of Turkey, this morning transmitted to the Sultan the reiignatkm of ectire cabinet and communicated fact Auction Sale On Saturday, May 15, at the hour of eleven o'clock'in the morning the following lauds be sold by public ouction, subject to an upset The Southerly 120 acres of the northeast quarter and the northerly foryt acres of the southeast quar- Townshfp Fourth ter 9, of Section Range 26, 25, ..West to parliament. Meridian. Such sale to in the Court House IN THE TOWN OF MACLEOD, ALBERTA. This land will be sold subject to the payment at the time of sale of the value of improvements thereon, con- sisting of SO acres breaking, value 1 mile fencing, .value to- tal This land will be sold subject to the Purchased Homestead condi- tions of the Dominion Lands Act. Copies of the Land Regulations may be obtained from the Agent of Do- minion Lands, Lethbridge, Alberta, any sub-agent of Dominion or from the undersigned. Any person, whether having pre- viously held, or at the present time holding entry for a Homestead, Pre- emption, or purchased Homestead, is eligible to purchase. TERMS One-third of purchase price at time of sale and the balance in five equal annual installments, with 5 per cent, interest per annum from date cf If cheques are tendered in. payment they must be marked by the Bank on which they are drawn. J W. MARTIN, Inspector Dominion Land Agencies Builders and Contractors Our increased sales in Builders' Hardware con- firms our claim that we have the right GOODS at the right price. Let us figure with you ijHayr General Hardware LETHBRIDGE .ALTA. Daily Herald Market Place have aaythlftf to Mil or te reii it isr (his CO'USK.. If you MM this iiscrtiou for chambermaids and dining room girl to commence work May 1. Apply Empire Hotel, Mac- leod, Alta. 109-0 J class waitress, at once. Apply Model Union Restau (rant. no-0 press, feder. Apply Her aid Office. class who i can assist in make-up. Apply at Her aid office. 110-0 brea'king outfits to start to work at once. Will pai liberal per acre. Apply to the O. W. Kerr Co., Lethbridge. 110-0 man wishes a few private lessons in dancing. Applv Box H.T., Herald office. 114-2 Opposite Fire Hall For high-class None but gen- uine goods sold, and at right price PHONE 390 wanted for orderly at Gait Hospital. Apply between 10 anc 11 Thursday morning. 114-J and wagons for work. Apply.to City Engineer 114-3 girl to. do ligh j ficmsework. Apjily Mrs, Fred Hick cor. Courtland and -Grabb. 115-' SITUATIONS WANTED attend to few gar dens in spare time. William Smith o-o Herald Office. 109-12 two or three days a week. Apply Mrs. Jaycock, Leth bridge Postoffice. 108-12 j 3rd class certi 1 ficate wishes employment i traction or stationary engine. Ad dres R. M. Henderson, Lethbridge ;p. o. 11-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. new rubber tired runabout buggy. Apply P. 0 Box 35. 04-0 FOE head of good young work horses, well broken. Ap- ply John Whitesel. New Dayton. 110-6 FOE head oxen, 6 years old, well broken and quiet, harness for four oxen; all Would horses. Will sell one black mare" also. Apply- to S.E. S. 32 Tp. 8, E. 22, or Box 112-6 FOE oats, pure strair Amreican Banner. High germinat- ing test.. Also good clean seed oats Pawson Bros., Coaldale, Telephone 712, Lethbridge exchangel 113-4 FOE driving team auc harness, also good delivery or demo crat team, weight 1100 Ibs. each. L A. Felger, c-o Mason Land Go. 114-3 TO RENT- TO large well-furnished room. Apply at two storey brown house, Barnes St., North Ward. 98-0 FOB acres choice irrigated garden land near fairgrounds. For terms apply at once to Skeith Til ley, Eound Street. TO roomed cottage on London Eoad east of Taylor's green house. Apply K. Leek on premises 114-6 BOOM AND two young men at 210 Coutts St. 114-6 ROOMS WANTED and board for trav- elling man and wife. Seasonably close in. Wanted -by April 26, if possible. Apply J. J. c-o Dallas Hotel. 111-6 ;young man, room and board in private house. Apply T. E., c-o: Herald office. 112-0 room for young gentleman. Apply to. P.- 0. Box .332, Lethbridge. 115-6 TO furnished room and one six roomed house by May 1st. Geo. W. Weigand, 424 Smith St. 114-6 FOUND book, con- taining receipts, etc. Owner can have same by calling at Herald of- fice and paying for ad, 105-0 lady's hand bag. Owner can have same by calling at Herald office and paying for this ad. 112-0 LOST cameo pin within one block from new Central School. Find- er return same to Herald office and get reward. 104-O WANTED who will share a post office box with J. H. White, Lethbridge. ESTABLISHED 1854 tt I Medicine Hat, Alta. Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid up Capital Reserve and Undivided Account or Merchants, farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money of Credit Savings Bank Department UthbrHge Branch- Comldtle Block, lUJpttH St. 112-20 LETH BRIDGE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU Labor supplied free to all employers. Office hours, 7-9, 12-2, 6-9. P. 0. Box 67 Phone 197 Office with Skeith Tilley, oor. Bound and Duflerin LAND FOR SALE ACRES OF WHEAT LAND- Clpse to Taber, for sale, ranging in price from up. Stewart 4 Mat- thews Co., Ltd., E. B. Tainter, Local representative, Taber, Alta. 104-27 FOR million acres land' on easy terms. Small cash payment and halLcrop payment for balance. We are general agents at Lethbridge for the Canadian Pacific Irrigation Colonization Co., and can furnish you with full particulars regarding theij tract in the famous Bow Eiver Val- ley reservation. Apply to the Can- adian 'Real Estate Co., Office Room 9, Bryan Block, over the Eureka Theatre, or Box 387, Lethbridge, Alta. PROPERTY FOR SALE PROPERTY FOR SALE-4 lots with house (5 rooms, good sta- ble; price cash, balance easy. Apply Alberta Realty Co. 84.D FOR eleven rooms fully modern. Ready May 1st. Ap- ply Thos. Judson, Boz 170. 99-0 FOR seven-roomed semi- modern house, centrally located. Good terms. Apply 41 Argyle Ave. 114-6 FOR new eight roomed house with bath, light, water, large cellar and furnace, on easy terms, with immediate possession. Central- ly located, two minutes walk from Central SellooL Apply to owner: on the premises, 630 jGbutts Street or Box 0, Lethbridge Postoffice. 115-6 FOR residential pro- perty, rents per month. Price Good terms. Alberta Realty Co. l 115-O ACCOUNTS COLLECTED on commission. No collection, no charge. We also write fire, life and accident insurance. Let ua explain our industrial to you. The Byers Commission Agency, temporary office, Room. 9, Bryan Lethbridge. 110-8 Notice To the Brothers of the Independent Order of Oddfellows in Alberta, and to the Public in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Independent Order of Oddfellows is not in affiliation -with -.the Man- chester rTJnity or the Canadian Order of Oddfellows or with any other Or- der using the name and. that members of these latter or- ganizations are not entitled to any fraternal recognition from members or lodges of the "T. 0. 0. F. Attest: J.W.MITCHELL, O.E.TISDALE, Grand Master. Grand Secretary, -Calgary, Alta. 112-6 Apr. 201909. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno Is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 old, may homestead a quarter-sectiop of available Dominion land ia Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at .the Dominion Lands Agency for the district. Entf fcf proxy may be made at any agency 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 stead on a farm of least 80 acres solely owned .and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside hit home- stead. Price 13.00 per acre, Putita, -Must reside-six months in of six years from date of entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A 'homesteader who has exhauatod bis homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain Price per acre. reside six months in each of years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth 1300.00. W.W.COBY. Deputy Minister of the Interior publication el ibis advertisement wjll not be paid for. The most notable amateur theatri- cals ever produced in Lethbridge will be held at the Lyceum theatre sec- ond half of this week, commencing Thursday evening. Don't fadl to them. Thursday and Friday Saturday natinee and evening Lavender." JAMES RICHARDS I Machine Shop, etc. J Box 432 Nctr Steam t 4 Gasoline Staun ancfThreahing Outfits General Keptin Work of every description guaranteed ;