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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Highest-Class Program in the City YBUR, The In Her Death Defying Milk Can Mystery Trunk Straight Jacket Escape Wear the brand that is sold with the unconditional guarantee of satisfaction.; or money back. and Guaranteed McRELVIE ihls osiMM. It wut ssytUflf tMf 25e tor f I SITUATIONS VACANT cook and a housemaid. Apply to Mrs. F. H. Mewburn. 40.6 wanted. Must be first class. Apply at Model Res- taurant. 40-O GIRL girl for general house work. Good wages to competent girl. Call 1204 Courtland. Mrs. C, R. Carlson. 40-6 good man on good com- mission for outside work. Apply Crystallography Co., Ott Block, Leth- bridge. 44-1 at the Ly Engrmous Police Lyceum'-last evening and Demonstration ceum Attracts Crowd Both the city and Mounted were at th securely shackled. the handcuff queen, with 5 pairs'of hand irons-and two pairs "of leg irons "anc! in less than five "minutvs'every pair was .handed out to the The performance of this attractive and" remarkable young ludy has cer- tainly got the public guessing. After the. handcuff-demonstration, a solid milk can is-introduced for the inspec- tion of the public, and then filled with water into which Ybur gets and submerges herself. The top of the can :.is; then, securely locked with six padlocks in .-the presence of witnesses and in a few Ybur makes her little bow to the audience with milk, can still securely locked.. This wonderful feat is remarkable and-also decidedly dangerous as .should any- thing happen-that .the locks did not work properly, Ybur..would meet her death ahnosi instantly by drowning, as nearly was the case in Edmonton it took. her eight minutes to get put oi the can. Shi? will be at the Lyceum all week and present something new and mys- terious every night. Jack Lawton and Miss -Estelle Thornton, in their very clever little "Flirtation" kept the audience agoing all the time. Es- telle's Voice id very pleasing, while Jack who has been laid up for several hns an "excellent baritone To" WANTED A representative for Lt'thbridge District by The Mutual Life of Canada. This is a splendid opportunity for the right, man: The Mutual is well known as the most economically managed Canadian com- pany, and is the only purely mu- tual company in Canada. Address communications to The Mutual Life, Herald Office. Ap- ply Mrs. C-ragg. cor." Glynn and Bompas Sts. 44-0 experienced women dishwashers- Good wages and steady work to right persons. Apply Alex- andra Cafe, Corner Dufferin and Round St. 43-0 SALE The -province -wante 'settlers for set- tlers build the province. The country homeland' the coun- try school make.possible the C'-llege, school, and -iniversity, and the citv with its eomiierce tmd mari- j himself although he hopes to speedily afactunng -industries, T The grain grower uust' and wiU, [recover -and. be himself again. Last own the stock 'them call mention, least by any means, comes Johnny Ducrow, FOR Couttb St.. close to school, at each; 1-3 cash, bal- Miice c.sivy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. fr-O FOR section of good land, 3X mile's Burdett; an acre. The Q. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. 32-6 Ybur business warrants the best FIRE and BURGLAR PROOF SAFE for the protection of money, books of record, and valuable papers. If you want a Safe, see us for sizes, descriptions: and prices on Winnipeg and Diebold Safes similar to those installed here re- cently. VAULT DOORS No office building is com- plete without vault accom- modation. We shall be pleased to give quotations on Vault Doors. BOYD, GOODE ff CO, JfficelilryiillMk District Representatives Winsupeg Safe Works FOU N Friday a heart- shaped tie pin. Finder please call at Molson's Bank. 4 weeks ago, 1 mare, aged 4 brand on left stiffle; color, hluish grey; reward for turn or information as to -where- abouts. A: Carlson, Windsor Hotel. Lethbridge- 18-30 light driving horse, both hind feet white; branded arrow head on left jaw and shoulder; for return to G- Alexander, Lethbridge. >-0; -NOTICE Five dollars reward will be given ior information leading to the recov- ery of one roan pony, white' face and. legs branded on left shoulder. James Smith., Blayney. rent, with board, suitable for quiet men. Apply to Mrs. E.- Adam, Fisher St. South of Kedpath St. TO oa Ford St., west oi Round; .suitable for store or dwelling. Apply The H. Macbeth Agency. 30-O for protection. fe ELLV. WALTER. LAWTON (Si THORNTON In that Pretty Little Skrtch-FURTATION CHARACTER IMPERSONATOR Moving Picture! ADMISSION New Illustrated WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION .appears a very well-conceived and timely bit of legislation. There (Edmonton Saturday-News.) may be some details in which it will The 'Alberta Government amendment is advisable to be criticised on account of the! and the government has shown a-dis- coropensation act. The labor unions i position to take all representations in Lethbridge claim that the meas-.j made to it into close consideration, urc does not go far enough. and" the j but it has shown no intention of employers in Edmonton that it goes j abandoning the general principle of too far. all but extremists it i the act. f ateiM Sectional louses M anufactured in Vancouver, B G., of the very best Kiln- d.ried Lumber, in latest de- Proapective builders would do well to write me before deciding on a nouse S. A. Spencer AWT ad WilHtl, MACLEOD TREAT ALL ALIENS ALIKE President: Roosevelt's Advice to Cali- v fornui Sacramento, Cal.. Feb. nor; Gillet made public last night the text of a letter received yesterday from President :Rodsevelt with regard to anti-Japanese legislation now pend- ing in the Colifomia legislature. President Roosevelt- quotes a let- ter of Former Secretary of State Root to Governor Gillet and from a-mem- orandum, pointing out that Mr.- Root no objection to a law which treated all aliens alike, but to avoid conflict with the constitution such statutes should contain an ex, pressed provision excepting, from' ite operations any, rights secured by treaty between the United States and foreign nations. Mr. Roosevelt says that this view has his coidijal en- dorsement. TWO CHALL3NG-ES 31, 1909. Editor Herald: Dear wish fei issue a chal- Leonard-; 3IcHenzie to meet me in a wrestling- Money is what talks and if Mr. ItcKenzie wishes to meet me, I will coVst any amount he wishes to put up frcm 100.00 up. JV IF.-'Ellison'.. Burdett. 29, 1909. Lethbridge Herald Sporting 'Editor: Dear insert the follow- your sporting cdlurnn Kid Hoagland is anxiotis to sign up -with Kid HowHl, tbs. at 3 o'clock or 137 Ibs. ringside. Will split the purse; 75 ari 25 or box- winner take all. If Howell wishes to can communicate Burdettv Alta. cccpt same, Tie at with You s truly, iid Hoaglandl BE WAR Jan. 31 .-j-Despite the threatening aspocl of the relations between Turkey !and BvJgaria, diplo- matic circles in Europestn capitalis ate still that there wiU be n6 TAKE CURE Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. ty Indians will leave the Keely Institute today to i return to their reservation in South Dakota. After the white man's whiskey, they took the white nan's cure. HARD TIMES IN ASIA MINOR Constantinople, Jan. are now reaching Constantinople -of widespread distress owing to the fail- ure of last year's crops in many dis- tricts of Asia Minor.: Everything at tonight. Get irt In every department of FurAiskifkft we are endeavoring to assemble the most complete stock this district has known. We are specializing in goods. In .no department have we devoted greater care in selection than in floor-coverings. This includes linoleums, carpet-squares and rugs, and stair carpets. Our range in these lines will be a surprise for you. As we import all these direct and handle them in the most economical manner, our customers are assured closest possible prices. The squares are displayed in a very ingenius manner and a few minutes will enable yon to in inspect our entire stock. The Turpin Furniture Co. Are Home Makers the clever impersonator, who kept the au- dience in roars with his the audience and local people. Mr. Brown is to be congratulated on the S WAITED .TO. BENT--Grood tenant wishes to rent farm. Reasonably near Lethbridge. Inquire of the 0, W, Kerr Go. acre. Not more than acres will Tease "must TO rooms, with light and" suitable for light housekeeping- Apply to 630 Coutts St. 43-6 class of his performance and play- ?11 a iny acts in Lethbridge that play all TQ EENT_5 roomed house the large houses in -the States, speaks well for the advancement of Leth- bridge in DAVID HARUM Mr. Geo. H. Summers and his com- pany open a -week's engagement at j Lyceum. Theatre, on .Monday E. Dobbin. Big garden. Apply W. 43-0 TO room on Eound St., suitable for lady or gentleman. S. W. T-uckwell, Box 444. 44-O TO unfurnished .rooms. Apply P- O. Box 410, City. 43-1 WANTED TO waat to rent :i small building or part of a building for _a Must" be February 8th, on which" ocVl close in. P. Barns Co., Ltd. 43-2 evening, casion they present the great Amer- ican "David Harum." This production was presented in. the. Ly- ric Theatre, Calgary, by Sum- mers Stock Co. for four performances and it -re'ceived the. greatest praise possible by both press and public. Mr. Summers as David Harurn. the banker-; and .horse dealer is seen in one of- his strongest roles and the rest, of the., company are all cast to the very best advantage. For the balance of the .week Mr. Summers will "select his plays from the following repertoire; "College "Paid in Full." "The Fight- ing "The "Sweet Clo- "The Wolf-" "A Texas High class vaudeville, will be in- troduced between acts. The extra special being The 3 Hylands, in. a musical comedy sketch, "A Brass Band Finish.' NIGHT SCHOOL. Our Winter Term opened Jan. 4th. You may enter at any time. Why not spend the long evenings in making preparation for a better posi- tion? The cost is only S15 for 12 weeks. Call for par- ticulars at the Garrbutt Business Col- lege. Stafford Block FOR SALE- FOE. business lot 25 x 150 situated in centre of good block in the town of Claresholm. T, A. Sedg- ley, Clareshokn. 37-6 ONE groomed house and three 40- foot lots, in North Ward; only 600; very easy terms given. .W. E. 30-O WANTED TO 4 to 6 ft. plate glass cigar case; also National cash register; must be in good condition. Address .N. M., P-0. Box 495. 36.0 MINING STOCK FOE shares in the Josephine Mining Co., property in Swift.; Current .mining district. Montana., Make me an offer. Must sell soon. Address C. E. Mat- son, Babb, Montana. 44-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE room House on 2 fine lots, 3 blks. from-Union Bank, cash. Alberta Eealty Co. New 5 room brick cottage with cel- lar on 64 ft. lot, cash, bal. per month. Alberta Realty Co. FOE now occupied by Schweitzer Bros., store buildings, J. J. Johnston, and Joe Fong. These buildings must be removed in the course of a month or two. For information, inquire Bank of Commerce. at Canadian ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Accents of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Sayings Bank Department Uthbriift BrftAcb' CoftUftU Block, IU4patk St. SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of an ___ the district in which, the fights ap- plied for are situated! In surveying territory the land must be described by sections, or le- sal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed -territory; the tract appli- ed: for shall be staked .out. application must be accom, fee pt "which will be refunded if the -Tights for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the mine at the .rate of five cents per ton., Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion-Lands. with a 'sworn statement .-to that effect at least once in each year. The .lease will include the coal mining rights but the' lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface, rights may be con- sidered necessary the working' of the mine at the rate of 110 an acre. For full information, application should be made to the Secretary the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent, of Dominion Lands. w.w.cqsY, Deputy Minister of the. TTnauthoried publication, this advertisement will not be paid for. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is sole head of a family, or any male over Ii8 years old, may homestead a of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. -The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or :8ub- Agency for the district. TSntry by proxy may be made at any agency oii certain conditions, by father, mother, sis- ter of intending'hcmesteader. residence upon and cultivation" of the land in each of three .years. A homesteader may live vwftuiii nine miles of: his homer stead; on a farm of at-least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. _'; In certain districts a homesteader m good standing may pre-empt a home- Duties. reside six months in each 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.COBY; Deputy Minister ol the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be peid for.- quarter-section alongside his stead. Price per" acre. The Habit of tiaing in the HmJd Bespeaks Progreeiiloii ;