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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA-, WCDNCfOAY, ro rrar Citizens of Lethbridge and District Do not let iis lose sight of our motto: "LETHBEIDGJ3 AND DISTBICT-BEAUTIFUL." I will help you. I employ five practical landscape gardeners which are at your service. I can supply you with everything you .tEEDt. 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 who can put up any- thing in wire. CUT FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 276 Or Write P.O.Box 1353 GEORGE TAYLOR WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Florist and Seedsman Cor. Bartlett St. London Road Lethbridge. LMukHatkOirm 2. The MniMiriitr 3.HU First Riw "Dm Where the Swine River Flm" 1 Dancing Dutch Dunbar and Mits Jotephine Tamer singers, yodlers and dancers 2. The Thaten Duo In Googlee Gee or the Bogie Han 3. Teddy Thaten iriTfiirminniiiii BIG CROP ACREAGE IN THE SOUTH B the razen BRADY, Aathor of "For the dom of the Southerners." Etc., AND EDWARD PEPLE, Author of Biokm Etc. Copyrifht, 1906, by Mofftt, Ytrd Company. lUchiifd's bad peen on the practical side of the business. He was his father's son, however, and Bill Wil- liams had every confidence that he could be safely Intrusted to look after his father's Interests In New York. He explained the details of his operations carefully to the boy, provided him with the necessary credentials and told him to hustle east and get In com- munication with a firm of brokers with whom his father already had dealt, who were to advise with Richard with regard to whatever action was re- quired. Of course the young man learned the details of the quarrel between the two partners, aud a few questions put him In possession of the name'and address of the girl who had made so deep an impression upon him. With unusual j discretion, he said nothing whatever to his father about the adventure. Such things do happen outside of books.-and thoroughly In love with the girl whom for one brief moment he had held In his arms. -He -was more than to carry out his father's wishes. In the pursuit of the old .man's business he was determined that he would find time in some way, in spite of the rup- ture, to further his own affairs. The mere fact that enmity had given a place to friendship and that there was open warfare between the two houses added zest to his love affair. He had cut her out from a herd, of steers, and he had faith that he could win her from the Wall, street as be phrased it, or from any other group of men. who, If they had his appreciation of thing, would surely be stam- peding In her direction whenever she j appeared. j In due season, Richard Williams arrived In New York, where he settled himself comfortably at the St Regis. Preliminary to entrance on his financial campaign, and especially In the hope of making himself out- wardly more fit for-his'role of a pas- sionate pilgrim, he discarded his San Antonio his soft felt He made a flying trip to Irvlhgton and walked around the extensive grounds several times In the hope 'of catching a glimpse of his divinity, but failed, even from the vantage point of General Freight Agent Halctead Talks at Edmonton Edmonton, April Bulletin says: J. B. Pfolstead, of Calgary, gen oral freight agent of the C. P. R., told a Bulletin representative ia the Alberta hotel today of the prospect which the southern part of the pro- vince has for a most progressive year He said that the influx.of settlers to the wheat lands is greater than at ariy previous time and the acreage which will ..produce grain this year is very much increased. In antici- pation of the greater movement of wheat the elevator companies axe making provision! for (hassling its grain by building new elevators all over" the country. j "The C. P. R. has three branch lines under construction which will be ready for traffic by the fall of the. year." said Mr. Halstead. "These -lines, pass thro'ugh well settled agri- cultural districts and will be a boon to the settlers who' have gone into the country a few years in advance of the railway. The line north, from Langdon will enter the Kaee Hill country where mixed farming flour- ishes and .coal is mined quite exten- sively." Mr. Halstead spoke of the spring breaking which is being done in the south. At Claresholm- he saw a big; steam plow outfit which turned the sod at the rate of 40. acres a day oir a whole quarter section in four, days With a number of these at work ev- ery day a considerable area of soil is- prepared for spring wheat. Asked as to the coal strike in the south Mr. Halstead said he had no comments to make. It was bound to put a damper oa traffic, but "any de-; crease in business in this line was 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 :ore See our New White lawn and Net Blouses Our stock of trimmed Hats is always kept fresh and complete We are showing a very pretty line of Dresser Scarfs L J. MeLEAY CITY AND DISTRICT. A. J. Jones, of the Western Cana pretty well offset by movement ageaqr, returned last night from in lumber." He said'a great deal of ,a busiDe8S to Warner. where He .LI found everything' in vown. Mrs. Frank Maxwell, who ha lumber is being brought from''.'Bri-'fouud everything- booming in that tish Columbia to supply the demands of homesteaders on away in Duluth, Minn., attending -her mother's luneral, is expected QUEEN'S GRADUATES She accom- Ipanied by her sister. Miss Katharine Kingston, Ont., April- Beckett, ivho -will for the future are the names of the successful home in Eethbridge. He leaped for hit life to tidewatk. the surrounding wall, to dlscoTer A lumate, with the exception of groom eierdsmf a horse and riding with a curious up and down Engllah motioa that aesrly tarued the: Teian'i He returned to New York despondent; but with a mental picture of home In which she dwelt, which was like a crumb of consolation. He grew the more restless and unhappy on that account He did not want crumbs; he craved the whole loaf. He visited the theaters and the op- uates of Queen's University trom -At 'the police court one man was Western Canada: wita vagrancy and given 24 Degree of 8. Colquhon, 'hours to leave the city another Deloraine, Man. charged-with being drunk and dis- Degree.'.of Black, Ed- j orderly.'was lined and costs, and A.L.Nelson, another who was charged with inter- G. W. Skene, Grand Coulee, Bering with, a police officer, was re. P.. ,G..H. Warreni Moose Jaw, Sask.- mand6d. H. W. Allan, inspector of Phoenix Insurance ;Co., is in the. city W. Saunders, Gladys, Alta; Degree of "A. Brewster, Banff, B Saint, inspecting risks taken out J E. Carmichael, Strathcona, AlteV Skeitjl TrUeyi- the local ag- Degree of M.D. and ,'c.M.-i. ;E. comPW Chatham, Stettler, Alta.; J.C.. Sbhilla- ber, Regina. hat of sombrero-lite dimensions, for aa, era, but bis thoughts were not with ontflt so completely up to date that hia friends on the would net bare recognized him and then planted Into the business which bad brought him north. He presented himaelf at toe officev of Messrs. Beaton 4 Cart- well, In Wall street where the prepara- tory details looking, toward the final adjustment of his complicat- ed Interest with Mr. lienwyck .were pot In train for settlement with amax- Injr celerity.. Where in Texas deals were consummated over a pipe and several long behind the barrel of a gun, New the cores of the same deals were bored Into by snappy little- gentlemen with the feverish energy of a belated com- muter in the elusive hope of catching the next train. "Mr. said Richard as be bands with the senior partner, "seems to me we've branded tbls mav- erick In record time." painted puppets of bygone days. Throughout the mimic was mood for more stirring scene: A piebald bron- cho, quivering between his knees as It tore through a bunch of plunging steers, a: weight in bis arms and a limp bead hanging backward, a cheek that had brushed his own. With her a ten cent show would be a heavenly enter- tainment; without her ung" was just a noise. Others not In love have thought the same. He spent bis time In wandering aim- lessly- about, making and rejecting one idiotic plan after another. He was en- tirely- unknown in the city, lonely, mis- erable and as far from meeting tbe ob- ject of bis affection as though be were back again in Star State. On the morning" of the .fifth day his suspense while crossing upper Fifth avenue he was nearly run down coffee colored touring car wuich Jtfr. Behtou gave him a hurried smllt recklessly swung around a corner, and a harried hand. skidding as It took the turn. He leap- will grow trust Honored ed for bis life to the sidewalk, turned to have met you, sir. Good morming." and was about to express a, candid The young roan entered the elevator, opinion of the driver when his sulphur- ires dropped down twenty-one stories, j salutation was exchanged for one more or less, and found himself again of surprise" and pleasure. The offend- in the busy, roaring streets. With the mfr automobile had come to a stop, and exception ef the sale of one large to its solitary occupant Richard recog- Utch railroad whkh conld nlzed a friend of former days, one Mrt be negotiated for at least a montn on account of some restriction clauses, his business would require no further attention from him for the next two weeks. His time was now his own, and every energy was bent upon; one up the trail. to speak; of Miss Harriet Renwyck. It was an easy task, for the "sign" was good and plenty, as a cowboy would have phrased it. He easily lo- cated toe offices of old Jacob Renwyck ec Bread'street and learned without difficulty thst the family were at occupying their country place Irvington-on-tbe-Hudsoa. But this knowledge, after all, was of little rtlue. He could not present himself M the son of William Williams for obvious reasons. He smiled as be pic- tured father's apoplectic rage at MKb a proceeding and ceased to smile al the fancy bis visiting card in tbe George Henry Fltz-CIa rence de Cowrcy Howcrd; earl of Croyland Tfiis gentleman bad spent several months with Richard on the ranch In Texas, and, while the two men had few tastes In common, still a friend- ship knit upon the boundlesf plains is usually more lasting than one 'contract- ed in the whirl and rush of city life. In general appearance tbe two were not unlike, both blonds, rather tall and marked with the branding iron ot vig- orous sjashocd, altljosgh Richard ww the younger, the fresher and the mote virile. The earl had been In America for perhaps a year, seeking by various schemes to rehabilitate ao Impoverlsb- ed estate and in all'his undertakings meeting with Indifferent He bad become the sole owner of a "salt- ed" nine In Colorado; be had rvcovptd ID Birmingham real estate, only to "drop bis pile" acani lh Texas cattle. A TREAT that will make the children happy can be selected from our stock of DELICIOUS, Old-Fashioned Stick. Candy, Taffy, Chocolates, Bon-'Bons, Caramels, Grsam, Peppermints, Winter-Greens, etc. Rochon's Kandy Kitchen and Ice Cream Specialists ion the'.-city-will-'-soon be such a size not only a building ex- clusively for lire hall purposes, but the time is fast approaching wheti sub stations will be -required, espec- ially in the north 'east corner; In all the cities from Fort William, to the Hocky Mountains, which he has vis-, oted in the last sis months, none oi them even approached Lethbridge in the; marvellous growth Bushes to the to the land office are quite common, these Several held the "-fort; from Saturday ifternoon till opening bn Monday. Friends brought their meals, to them. When the door opened and the in- rush came one man was lifted off his and he reached the wicket in his turn at last, and he is now the possessor of a homestead and pre-emption. One of the cterks while endeavoring to enter the land office was roughly arrested by a big Haurly chap who was bound to get -the homestead which he wanted. Af- ter an explanation the clerk was al- lowed to pass. land I Contractors I Our increased sales in Builders' Hardware con- i firms our claim that we have the right GOODS at the right price. Let us figure with you i: Hayr Bras, i General Hardware ALTA. HIM T it Minimum Daily Herald Market yen have to Mil w to reot it i.'i Ills -Hi. if you wan; ase this cohnu. 25c latertlos for SITUATIONS VACANT chambermaids and a dining room girl to commence work May 1. Apply Empire Hotel, Mac- leod, Alta. WANTED-First class waitress, at once. Apply Model Union Restau- rant- 110-0 breaking outfits start to work at once. Will pay scici' io The 0, W. Kerr Co., Lethbridge: 110-0 wanted lor orderly at Gait Hospital 'Apply between 10 and 11 Thursday morning. 114.3 and wagons for city work. Apply to City Engineer. 114-3 voidable. Justice White stated that a marriage that is valid in the coun- try in which it is performed, is va- lid here. He adds that the plaintiff created the conditions from which he now seeks to escape and was aid-, ed by. the defendant and that he must leave them as he found them. Costs 7 are assessed to Donohue. girl to do light Apply Mrs. Fred Hick, cor. Courtland and Crabb. 115-3 wanted at Albe.M Kestaurant. 115-O girl to do general housework. Apply A. J. Elanchette, 18 Smith St. .SITUATIONS WANTED attend to few gar- dens in spare time. William Smith, Herald Office. 109-12 MUST EMPLOY UNION MEN Fort Smith, Ark., April Burland issued'an ordes of court {WANTED-Work two three days here yesterday that is probably with a week. Apply Mrs. Jaycock, Leth- out precedent. In appointing E. A. bridge-Postoffice; 108-12 Young, receiver the Hiawatha receiver Coal Ark., he ordered that the employ none but union men in. the mine or engineering department. At J at Coaldale, ficate wishes- employment 3rd class certi- running traction or stationary engine. Ad- Henderson. Lethbridge 11-6 We Supply All Kinds of Help Phone 197 P.O.Box 67 Lethbridge Employment Bureau Cor, Round and Dufferin Streets LOST cameo pin within one block from-new Central School. ..Find- er return same to Herald 'office and get reward. 1Q4.Q east of the Fair Grounds, on Sunday night, one- gray- Vmi-co miarter circn crftccent, Reward of for recovery. Chong Jim, Box 431, Lethbridge P. 0. 115-6 -Tuesday evening between tfte residence of Supt. Wilsoa- and Knos Church, a plain gold bracelet. Keward for return to the Herald of- fice. 116-2 LAND FOR SALE ACRES. OF WHEAT LAND- Close to Taber, for sale, ranging in price from up. Stewart thews Co., Ltd., representative, Taber, AJta. 104-27 FOR Three million acres land on. easy terms'. Small cash payment and half crop payment for balance. We are general agents at Lethbridge tor the Canadian Pacific Irrigation Colonization Co., and can furnish you with full particulars regarding their tract in the lamous Bow River Val- ley reservation. Apply to "Can- adian Real Estate Co., Office Room 9, Bryan Block, over AltaV.. or Box 387, the Eureka Lethbridge, 111-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE _ _ a- banquet of the Arkansas state fed- 'POSITION WANTED-Expert male eratioh of labor here some, months .stenographer and book-keeper, now book-keepe, ago, Judge Burland stated that for position; 2 1-2 vears exper- would never grant an injunction ag- ainst a labor union in corporation. favor of a bridge, Havfv W' The Prix- Batille was run at St. !loud, France today, and was won by Henry Duryea's "Rose Noble." It is semi-officially announced that he G. T. R. will have steel laid into Sdmonton not- later than June 20th. The Trade acting on. this in- imation banquet date. are contemplating a ia Edmonton about big that LETHBRIDGE EMPLOYMENT OF- located at Windsor Hotel, Lethbridge, Alta..-Farm help, car- penters, stone masons and labor for all, classes of work furnished free, and prompt service. Phone or write, Maxon, proprietor. 115-6 PROPERTY FOR lots with louse (5 rooms, good sta- ble; price cash, balance easy Co. Apply Alberta Realty 84.0 FOR house, eleven Tooms fully modern. Ready May ply Thos. Judson, .Box 170. .Ap- 99-0 FOR seven-roomed modern'house, centrally located..Good terms. Apply 41 Argyle Ave. 114-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. new rubber- tired runabout buggy. Apply P. p.. Box 35. 04-0 Electric Restorer for Lost Manhood Restores every nerve body to ts prepw-tension, restores vim "and vitality. Premature decay and 'all exual weaknesses averted at once, 'hosphonal will make you a new man. Price a box, or two for 5.00. Mailed to .any .address on re- eipt of price. The Scdbell Drug Co-., t. Catherines, -Ont. FOUND lady's hand bag. Owner an. have same by-' Herald ffice and paying for this 112-0 Auction Sale t n. Saturday. May 15, at the eleven-o'clock in the-mGrning he ioilowing, lands will be ..sold by ublic .ouction, subject to an upse rice .of per acre: The Southerly 120 acres of the ortheast quarter and the northerly iryt acres of the southeast quar T of- Section .25, Township Range 26, Fourth Meridian.: Such sale, to take-placi in the Court Hquse IN THE TOWN OF MACLEOD, ALBERTA. FOR head oxen, 6 years old, well broken' and quiet, harness for four oxen; all- Would trade, for horses. Will'sell one black mare" also. to 8. 32, Tp. 8, R. 22, or Box. 1387, Lethbridge. ,1126 FOR bats, pure strain Amreican Banner. High germinat- ing test. Also good clean; seed--oats. Pawson Coaldale, Telephpne 712, Lethbridge exchange. li3-4 FOR driving-team .and harness, also good delivery or denidr crat team, 1100 Ibs. eachJ L. A. Felger, c-p Mason Land Co. 114-3 FOR buggy and Apply W. 115-6 The Priyate Dining Rooms at the JILEXIIIIInA are now open, and are well patronized by the public Union Most up to date RosUu- rant in the city. Lunches from 10c, up. Meals from 25c. ap H. MURRAY Pup, ONTARIO MARRIAGE VALID That in the Irnporta'rit Ruling of a Buffalo Judge Buffalo, N. Y.; April ques t-ion of whether a marriage solemn- ized in .Canada can be annulled in New York State was decided by Jus- tice White, in special term of Su- preme Court today, when he handed down his decision in 'the case of Frank J. Donohue, hi which he dis- rawsed the plaintiff's case to annul the marriage which was performed in 'Ridgeway, Ont., on August 8th last. Both people were residents of Buffalo, and neither is yet 18 years of age. Justice White holds .that so long as the license was issued in good faith and the marriage perform ed it is indissoluable in Ontario be- cause the couple have lived as man and wife since that time. In argu- ing the case, the attorney for the de- fendant stated that the laws of On- tario ghould govern that Justice White's opinion upholds this conten tion, stating the laws of JTew York state upon the question of annulling marriages gave no effect. If the mar- riage had been performed in this state the contract would have been This land will be sold subject to the at the time of sale of the value of improvements thereon, con- sisting ,of 90 acres breaking, value 1360, 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- Lands, or from the undersigned. V .Any whether having pre- viously ..held; or at the present time holding entry for a Homestead, Pre- emption, of Homestead, is eligible to purchase. TERMS One-third of purchase price at time pf sale and the balance in five 'equal annual installments, with 5 per cent, interest per annum from date of sale. If cheques are tendered in payment they must be marked by the Bank on which they are drawn. j. w. MARTIN; Inspector Dominion Land Medicine Hat, Alta. 112-20 FOR heavy draft East- ern bred horses, young and well broken, weight 1600 and 1450 Ibs. Also one standard bred pacing horse and a phaetoa. W. 6 east of Bartlett on Argyle Ave. 116-6 FOR new eight' house -light; largeV cellar, and furnace, ,oa immediate possession, Central- two minufes- walk Central Apply to owner-on the 630 Coutts Street :or Box 0, Lethbridge- Postoffice. 115-6 FOR residential pro- rents per- month. .Price Good terms. Alberta Realty Co. 115-0 Notice To the Brothers of the Independent Order of _ Oddfellows" in" Alberta; and to the Public in NOTICE IS HEREBY that the Independent Order, of Oddfellows is not 'in affiliation with, the chester Unity 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 I. 0. O. F; 7 Attest: J.W.MITCHELL, Grand Master. Grand Secretary, fcfalgary, TjLlta. 112-6 Apr. 2I> .1909. TO RENT- WANTED TO rooms sui able for light house-keeping. Re; sonably close ;in. Apply J. J. Cor Dallas Hotel.' 115- FOR acres choice irrigatec garden rland near fairgrounds. Fo terms apply at once to Sfceith Til ley, Round Street. TO roomed cottage on London Road east of Taylor's green house., Apply K. Leek on premises v 114-6 ROOM AND two young men at 210 Coutts St. and board for trav elling man wife. Reasonably close in. Wanted by April 26, if possible. Apply J. J. Conway, c-o Dallas Hotel.- 111-6 young room and soard in private house. Apply T. E., c-o Herald office. 112-0 Furnished room for young entleman. ethbridge. Apply to P. O. Box 332, 115-6 TO furnished room and six roomed house by Mav 1st. Gco. W. Weigand, 424 Smith 114-6 WANTED who will share post office box with J. H. White. Lethbridge. 111-6 We have just unloaded 2 cars EXSHAW CEMENT And a CAT of BUILDING PAPER Gall or write for. prices THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER. CO. LTD. LvtfibrMfn, Iftw Dayton, Mftffratlt City Yard of KIKioii Hilh PHONE 225 P.O. BOX 654 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH: ,WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno is the sole head ol a family, or any male over' 18 yeare old, may hotuestead a quartftr-sectioo of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. fey proxy may be made at any ifenoy ur of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of stead on a farm of at least 80 solely owned xand occupied "by him or by his father; mother, son, daughter. brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader n good standing may a quarter-section alongside his stead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in of six'years from date of homretead utry fiucludmg the time required to --am and cultivatt arty acres extra. A homesteader who has homestead right and cannoV ob- tain a .pre-emption may take .pur- chased homestead in, ceiiain diiiricU. Price 13.00 per acre. reside six months in three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a hrtuse; worth 1300.00. V W.W.CORY: Deputy Minister of the Interior, publication ...ol ibis advertisement not paid JAMES RICHARDS Machine etc. Near Steam Laundry Box 432 Automobiles, Gaioline JEngineg, P-looght and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of every descriptioo Satisfaction guaranteed ;