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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ;f ti To- Night Mr. Richard H incks and his Company will appear in Pinero's great play Dandy Dick at the LYCEUM THEATRE i i and i To-morrow Night 41 -ep Afternoon Matinee Sweet Lavender Jj Will be produced by the same cast of characters as f when the play was presented last January Evening Prices 50c. and 25c. Matinee Prices 50c. and 25c. 1. Peulty af His One 1. Weilker ttaif es Swth't 3. Ckirlie Piiili 4. Reebiiif O N The Tacait Ckair 1. Dancing Dutch D un bar and Josephine Turner singers, yodlers and dancers 2. The ..Thtten Duo in a high class comedy, The Man who Looks Like Me 3. Little Teddy Songs and Dances LOCAL NEWS In the estate of Rebecca Angelina O'Brien. late KuyuKml in the. Prpvin.ce of Alberta, widow, letters of administration were granted by His Honor Judge Winter to James A. O'Brien, of Raymond. E. F. Hull, of Sheldon, N. M- A. Baldwin, ox' Fargo, N. D-; 2tf. B. Hannurn, of Sheldon, X. D-; August TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Goldfieklv Nevada, has offered the fight between Johnson and. Jeffries to take place duringi the- mininff congress there. Thbs. Harrison, a Toronto street railway, conductor, was given six months in Central Prison for steal- ing lares and tickets. Because the British Government had complained, to the I I Buttke H. F. Kruger and Daniel Government that there Canadian were too Opperman froic Chaffee, N. B., arriv- many deportations without cause, ed Wednesday night in the storm jsix English families were to be under the chaperonage of Mr. Lath- Ideported from Picton have been al- rop of the 0- W- 'JKerr Co. Their lowed to remain. One of these fam- language last, night was warm but however, be deported later they are quite pleased with. Sunny. imii 11 mi i ii i ii Oar increased sales in Builders' Hanfware cou- firms our claim that we I; have tHe right GOODS at i the right price. Let us figure with you General Hardware" LETHBRIDGE ALTA. ill 1 1 1 1 1 i n-n 1 1 H i i lit KeraU Market yetj eavt NW It reel II is this If yet wtiii IMC tilt 25e tor SI 8 ITU AT I QMS VACANT chambermaids and a dining room girl to commence work May 1. Apply Empire Hotel, Mae- leod, class at once. Apply Model Union Restau- rant. 110.o breaking- outfits to start to TrorJk, at once. Will pay liberal price per acre. Apply :to the 0. W. Kerr Co., Xethbridge. 110-0 waitresses at once at Alberta Restaurant. 115-0 general servant. Ap- ply. -Mrs. E. J. Hill. cor. Crabb and Dufferin. We Supply All Kindt of Help Phone 197 ;go 67 UthbrUje Empitymt Bureau Cor, Round and Dufferin Streets FORSALE Fine driving team and harness, also good delivery or democrat team, weight llOQIba. each V Care of Mason Land Co. TO REKT. general servant. Wages a week.- Apply Mrs. Wm. Stafford, _ _ ..2 ITT__J.__ J. _ corner Road. Redpath and 1 Southern Albcrta- GevlrJes. of Winnipeg, the boot Jirrd shoe buyer for the Hudson's Bay Co., was in the city .yesterday. Hugh Scott has lettuce and radish grown this spring and large enough Seats oil Sale at Lyceum Box Office Come and encourage locaf talent t I to eat this week. How is this Sunny Southern Alberta for Coal is in great day morning a carrying a scuttle demand. Yester- citizen was seen in one hand and a hatchet in the other. At one NEVER ATTACKS HORSES Ottawa, April J. GK Ruth- erford, veterinary djrectoj general for Canada, says in regard to the reported1 outbreak of foot and mouth disease among horses at London, Ont., that this disease never attacks horses but it is confined to cattle, ofi the blocks understand I they have begun to burn boxes. that Thomas McGillen, a Grand Trunk Pacific construction foreman, near Chipinan, N.B., was stabbed through the lungs and in the arm. He had given an order to an Italian, who attacked him. A report has been competed by Mr. the city comptrol- lers' department, showing that for six months of the present fiscal year Montreal must pay out in interest charges the sum of A message received in Toronto an- nounced the assassination of six sheep horses and swine. A number of i at London been suffer- i On May lst. pareats may as well mg from what'is know.n as "mud up their mtods'that the by.law or scratched hoofs, and this wju be< strictlv enforced and is responsible for the report. The children "off the streets. .authorities at 'Prince Albert ____ as this is likely J written to Chief Gillespie for a copy of the by-law. circulation of the, report is regretted by the department to do Canada harm. packing American lady missionaries at Had- jin, including Hose Lambert, a sister -n, M of a young woman attending the The curfew by-law win be ____ S.tab-le training-school on College St. W. S.' Elliott, travelling freight of the eastern division, will be appointed district freight agent 01 the C. P. R., with headquarters at North Bay. Developments in New Ontario necessitates the appoint- ment. Rev. Geo. JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Box 432 Near Steam Lanudiy Automobiles, G-asoline Engines, Steam Ploughs and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed Westmins 116- ter -O- WANTED TO rooms suit- able for light f house-keeping. Rea- sonably clow in. J. J. .Con- woman for gen- eral housework. Address Box 662, .Lethbridge P. 0. 117-6 good live salesman, ex- perienced in sewing machine busi- ness. Good salary. Apply Singer Sewing Machine Co., Ford St., next Post Office. 117.3 SITUATIONS WANTED attend to few gar- dens" in spare time. William Smith, p-o Herald Office. 109-12 two or three days a week. Apply Mrs. Jaycock, Leth- bridge Postoffice. 108-12 c-o Dallas Hotel." 116-0 TO roomed cottage on London Road east of Taylor's green- house. Apply K. Leek on premises, r ROOM AND two young men at 21Q Coutts St. 114-6 ROOMS WANTED young man, room board in private house. Apply T. E., c-o Herald office. 112-0 room for young gentleman. Apply to P. 0. Box 332, Lethbridge. 116-fl LOST POSITION WANTED-Expert stenographer and book-keeper _male Co. We are now showing a full range of New Season's goods. We are Sole Agents in the West for the Edwin C. Sloe of JSfew York and the "SiKKid" Shoe for ladies. Also the Empress brand. The above comprise the finest makes of ladies' shoes, arid are manufactured choicest selections of Black and Brown Vici Kid, Patent Colt, Tan Calf and Velour Calf Skins. They are made on the newest, daintiest and best-fitting modelsJ S. Pidgeon, of Torpuco has accepted the chair of (practical theology in the Westmin- ster-Hall Theological College at -Vancouver. TheVchair is endowed oy y Capt. J. J. Lo- IN For nifeii we have the best value shoes in the West, and our at is worn all over the Dominion, arid is certainly unequalled in value. It is made in Vici Kid, Box Calf, Velour Calf, Pat Colt and Tan Calf leathers, with Rock Oak leather soles which defy the water Now U the day and now is the hour to wear Rubbers. We carry a full range of RUBBER CITY BOOTS for Men, Women and Children, Also Rubbers of every tion. We alto cater well for Working Shees, from per ptir upwards Hudson's Bay Co. WAS HIGHLY ESTEEMED TORONTO The Toronto Globe says After a somewhat protracted illness of tuber- John Jones died at Lethbridge, Alberta, yesterday, wbi- .ther he .had gone several months ago in, the .hope that -climate there j would restore hiin to health- Mr. J.Jqnes, who was a jueaiber of the pogTaphical Union, was for a long number 'of years connected with .The Mail and1 Einpire staff.. Deceased was acknowledged to be one of the fastest linotype operators in Canada. He ;was a man of good address and up- right character and was higEly es- teemed- among his wide circle of Jriehds and He leaves widow and several children Piano Tuning w. H. FIELD Factory Expert 18 NOW IN THE CITY and will remain for a short time. Leave orders at Armstrong's Jewellery ftort jppen for position; 2 1-2 years cxper- ence. Have good dress L. J. Fross, bridge, Aha. references. Ad- Gen. Del., Leth- 115-8 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 POSITION RANTED First-class male stenographer open for position May iqth; Six -yearg experience. Can furnish good references! Apply Box A., c-o Herald office. 117-6 OTTAWA WANTS IT Ottawa, April joint, confer- ence held at the Dominion Method- ist church last night practically de- cided that local churches should in- vite the Methodist general confer- ence to meet "here next year. PROPERTY FOR SALE east of the Fair Grounds, on Sunday night, one gray horse, branded quarter circle cretctnt. Reward of 15.00 for recovery. Chong Jhn, Box 431, Lethbridge P. .0. 115-6 TENDERS TENDERS will be received by the uadqrsigned lor the superstructure of the extension to the Bryan Block; at noon 1st May, 1909. An accepted cheque 5 per of tender to be enclosed; which will- be returned to unsuccessful con- and specifications can be tained" frprn" the .office" of the archi-. tect in the Bryan 'Block! 117-3 -'ERNEST MILK RIVER NEWS Milk River, Winona Farni and Development Co., who are located several miles east of town.' ve started breaking with a thirty horse. Power engine and a twelve- plow, breaker. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beck, a daughter. Twb young homesteaders -arziveiL at the-homes of Jibe StlcWe'and Jake "Caspari. WKo says this coun- try is not being settled iip fast Mi-. Smith, government coal mine inspector, of was down last week to settle the trouble between pborri? and Blinkow over mining rights" and homestead rights to cer- -tain pieces of land. 'he coal miners' strike doesn't seern to affect this locality for our little local mine supplies the demand in this vicinity, and more. too. Locke.and Heffner, made a busi- ness 'trip to Kevin, Montana, last .Thursday: .-The river is very high these days. The many settlers located on the other side who have to come into town find it very difficult crossing, it is hoped that the bridge'will be put in as soon as possible, for there's always a risk of human life ,t.o cross as it is now. ;Geo. Mockintune, nephew of F. Mi- chaelis, of whom was reported last week as convalescing, took a relapse, and, although everything was done that loving hands could do, of h.is recovery were given up, and his parents were notified. When his mo- ther arrived at Lethbridge she met with the sad news that her boy lad died the day before, on April 18th. Mrs. Mockintune had Addison Son, undertakers, of Lethbridge. j embalm the body and had 1C shipped 'back to the old home in Gtencoe, Minn., from which place the funeral takes place. August Micbaclis returned to Min- nesota with his sister, Mrs. Mockin- tune. Scarborry Hunt, Warner, sold a section and a of land on Ktpp Coulee to an incoming set- tler from North Dakota. j! 4 4 I I j The Model Restaurant Appeals to everybody by Excellent Menu ought to patronage of all Union Men :.-Ai it it run on strictly union principles Roomf in connection PROPERTY 4 lots with house (5 rooms, good sta- ble; price balance easy. Apply Co. cash, Realty FOE house, eleven fully Beady May 1st; tAp- ply Thoa. Judjon. Box 170. 90-0 seven-roomed .semi- modern house, centrally located. Good Apply 41 Argyle Are, 114-6 new eight roomed house with light, water, large cellar; and furnace, on easy terms, .with .immediate possession. Central- ly located, two minutes walk from Central School. Apply to owner on the premises, 630 Coutte Street or Box 0, Lethbridge Postoffice. 115-8 NOTICE POSTPONEMENT OF SALE Iristaructions have been received from the Department of the-Interior at Ottawa, to postpone indefinitely the sale advertised to .take place at'. Macleod, May 15th, 1909, of jiheiSo'utherly 120 of the North-East quarter, and-the Northerly -40 acres of the ..-South-East 25, Township Range 26, West 4th Meridiani vt j, W' Inspector Dominion 117-2 Medicine" FOR. residential pro- perty, rents 135 per month. Price Good terms. Realty Go. 115-6 LAND FOR SALE The m PROPRIETOR ACRES OF WHEAT Clpae to Taber, for lale, ranging ic price feom up. Stewart thews Co., Ltd., E. B. Tainter, Local repreaentative. Taber, Alta. 104-27 The Private Dining Roomi' at-4he are now open, and are well patroni zed by the public Union All White Most op to date Rwttau- rant in the city. Luiiches from lOc. up Meals from 25c. op N. H. MURRAY FOR African Scrip. Ap- ply to Liidtke A Waddell, Bow Is- land. HTlfl NOTICE J partnership heretofore carried F. Rodgers and Joseph A. Young under "the firm name of Bodg- ers and Young in the business of a sales stable at Lethbridge is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All counts due the are pay- able to.J. F. iBodgers and all-rliahil- ities of the Msurugd by the said J. F. DATED at Lethbridge this 8th day of April, 1909: y J. v .i: JOSEPH A. YOUNG, r 3 M ISCtULANEOUf FOR SALE. FOR, buggy and harness. Apply W. R. Virtue. 115-6 heavy draft East- ern bred and we'll broken, weight .1600 and 1450 .Ibs. Also one standard bred pacing horse and a phaeton. W. Walker, 6 eastvOf Bartlett on Argyle Ave. 116-6 FOR IMMEDIATE. of 4 roomed shack close to Post Office. Tenancy at option of purchaser, including rent till June 1st. Reply at once to Herald Office, Box V. 117-2 prices given for ranch eggs, dairy bat-v-r and chick- ens. J. Scott, Lethbridge Meat Mar- ket, Hill Blk., Crabb St. Phone 405: lir-6 hand cash register. Apply John Scott, c-o Windsor Hotel. 117-6 ESTABLISHED 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada JHBAD Paid up Capital........................... Reserve and, Undivided Acctvrrs of Mercluats, Firmtra and Ranchers Mkiltd Dnfti Money of Credit Saviogt Bank UtUbMie Bftfttk CoftMak Stock, St. SYNOP1IS OF CANADIAN MCWTN. WEST LAND REGULATIONi Any person woo the bead 61 a family, or any male 18 old, may homeatead'a of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Tkt applicant must appear ia at toe Dominion Lands Acency or 0uk- Agency for If proxy may .be made at. aoy Afeaty Ur of intendinf and ciiltiva tion of land in of three years. A may lire within nine milea of his atead on a farm of at least 80 solely owned and occupied by kiaf or by his father, mother, aon, daufhter, brother or titter. In certain diatricta a in good standing may preempt a quarter-section alongside hia ttead. f 3.00 per Datiea, -Must reside ia of six years from date of homwttad entry (including the tima rtqoirad earn patent) and fifty acres extra. A homesteader who baa homestead right and eannot tain a pTe-emption may take a chased homestead in certain Price IJ.OO per acre- Beside six months in tkrat years, cultirate fifty, an4 a bouse worth S900.00. Deputy Minlstar of iBttriw. MiMiatUon this adTsrtisement wiH 'not be for. OFFICE SUPPLIES FEINTING WCTBW STATHMEir CO.. LTI Legal Forroi School ;