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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta i w. LCTH0HIOOI, AlaWtTA, WtDNMDAY, PggRUARY 3. I I I Daintiness and New Styles Uthbvitigfi.'s Best Sale oi''Swiss .Embroideries and Insertions, imported direct from Switzer- land, now invites your inspection. Highest in quality, most careful in making, greatest in variety, widest in price range. MEN'S SUITS Fabrics chosen with an eye to individuality of pattern as well as durability. Value Value Value 15.50 Sale Price 11.50 13.75 HUDSON'S BAY CO. GUMtGC 1ARK McCUTCHCON. "Bcvirly tie. Copyright. by DodU. Mead .CRITICISES NEWSPAPERS Dr. Abbott Refers to Attacks on Per. sona! Character of Public Men Boston, Mass., Feb. criticism of newspapers which as- i cume the liberty of assailing personal' character by Dr. Lyman F. Abbott, i AT THE EUREKA. Last night the Eureka, .was again p.icked to its utmost capacity with an appreciative -audience. The pro- gram was excellent in.every respect. The two little tots, Luella and Olive, kepi the house in.a scream.of laugh. iter all the time! they were on the Little Olive and her comical is. sure to .cure the worst case blues. The Brownies, in their ItjaiilUtCi U_Y JLJI.. I OI DIUCB. .LUC ZJ-JW fitxta, of New'York, distinguished the big SUCcess, "The .Scarecrow's nual banquet of the.Amherst College j which, has just enough alumni oi Boston and vicinity hald -tragedy to make hew tonight. ..Rev, Dr. Abbott laid j-t a very: high-class sketch, is" well special emphasis on what he termed j Rented by these-clever artists, and) tho tendency oi the American press were loudly-.applauded. Thej to proper freedom of speech, j pictures-are'-the'-- best- that have Quoting Senator Tillman as saying jever been seen in the city, and to-i TELEGRAPHIC. BRIEFS. as that a suit now pending against1 a j ,ljgllt. tlrtre -wilT be an entire change.; -New York paper, was the "beginning of t her -suppression oi free speech in Dr. Abbott said, "If I walk down the street .with my. hands in .my pockets it is no one's business. If I walk, down the street and put my hands in someone els'es pocket :he has a -riehl to kick. The liberty of the -Winnipeg. City. Council Monday no different from any other passed a bylaw to provide for an is. kind; u-man may'write what .be half, a .million pounds s about himself but when he ..liug'iu bonds on fee-London market-, down another man's character; the money-to-be -used tor-Joed, im-, is.no tlian.an assassin." he NOT WORK FOR POLICE -rprovements and civic power and light j plants. j A bill has been introduced in Cal-i Posting Houses iforuia legislature prohibiting all pu. gilistic contests and making "the pun- j Placards and Fumigating for '.violation- imprisonment.: >s Infectious pis- 'Department the. ease Exists Knt; Ellas Drooin was worth bis weight .in gold to Jntucs Bansemer from that day forth. employer's vole Jii'.n IE life was to get rich and tbHvhy to achieve power. His ambi- tion laudable If one accepts tbe crcwl of morals, but bis methods were not so praiseworthy. After a year or two of-starvation struggles to get on witli the legitimate be packed up Bcrnpies and laid them rarily, ho said. Ue resorted to sharp pRii-iire. kuavery and all'Ibe forms-of hlacloL-aii. It was not .long be- his liegns to swell. His business thrived. He was so clev- er that not one of his sbudy proceed- ings reacted. Ir is safe to venture that 90 por cent of rlie pfople who were biikfil through his prom- ised In the beat of virtuous. wrath to expose biui, bm he had learned to in -security. He knew tluir ex- posu.v for-UiJD meant humiliatiou for tbo instigator, snd he'continued to rest easy while he worked hard. "You're getting rich this sort of observed Drooin cue day after tlif lawyer' doepd fl "but xvliat are you goiug to do when the iwif Ifemsriiier. on perceiving that the of her enjrajred In his exasper: atinj; haliit of. rubbing- his hands-to- gether, did uot answer, hut merely tfa'.indeivd onL "Will yoa stop thatT' si fai-jt suggestion of the possibility of a transition of .the--hands- 'to'claws :is Droon: abrnprly'desisted; but smilingly. on; "Som'p the utber the bettor of you. ;ind you'll have noth- ing ro fall on Von'vc Jiur on'Kiijtbty'Bliiu fonndntlons bu't a sign of support if wors' toraes to the worst." be "It's a large world. said employer easily. "And small also, according io another saying." supplemented.-Dixwrn. "When a man's down, everybody kicks him. I'm afraid you conld not survive "the Drooin grinned so diabolically M again tbe rubbing :of bis bands that the otber turned away, with an oath, and closed tbe door-to tlifr In- sideoffice. Banseroer was alone and where Broom's eyes conld not see him, but something told him that the grin hung-outside the door for many urin- ates, as if waiting for a cbance to.pop Banscmer wag a good looking man-of the coiner mold-the klnd.of mau that merits a second look In passing, and the second look is not always In his faror. He was thlrty-fire of-age; brit looked older. His face was hard and deeply marked with the lines of In- tensity. The biack eyes were fascinat- ing in their brilliancy, but there was a In their depths. .Tbe nose and mouth were clean cut and pitiless In their very symmetry. iy JUymond, Altu., Feb. 2. At the meeting held yesterday after- noon Mr. Ray Knight uiid Dr. Riv- ers were elected delegates to go to Edmonton to MHJ about getting tho Grand Trunk Pacific railroad to go through Raymond. They will leave this afternoon. Mr. C. IX Fox has bought the house and lot in Raymond, belonging to Mr. B. Kelly of Spring Coulee. Mr. L. B.-Townsend, of the Wells Land and Cattle Co., was in town todajr. Mr. of the Massey Harris Co., is in Raymond. Mr. J. Jones, of of Mon- treal spent Sunday in Lethbfidge. Mr. W. D. Hollingsworth speut Sun- day in Lethbridge. Misses and Ethel Stone "left for Cardston this morning. Mr. Melvin Harris who has been in the hospital at Great Falls, Mont., is expected home tonight. He has been operated on for appendicitis. Miss Grace Mahen who has been in Lethbridge for some time, is back in Raymond again. Mr. Fred Burton, of Cardston, was in Raymond over Sunday. Miss Mary Borson spent Sunday at her home in Stirling. Mr. H. S. Allen has returned from Cardston where he has been on bus- iness. Putt Notice PETITIONS FOR SEWERS, WATER MAINS, SIDEWALKS, EL EC. THIC LIGHT EXTENSIONS. Petitions will be received by the undersigned until Monday, at 8 p.m., February the 15th, for the construc- tion of the above public works .for the year 1909. On and after this date no petitions will be considered in the present estimates. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. J. Smith. Take Notice, 'Hereafter citizens who are .able cL) _------.. liftve, to bear the- esrpense of having hospi-j thc-ii--houses placarded and- fumigated in case of "infections disease. The .Claude ifcCready, of Kegina, to procure a criminal -operation on a 'young; -was released from custody at i yesterday and an application if or ex-! STIRLING Stirling, Feb. announcement of the marriage of Miss Ida, third daughter of Mrs. E. Stafford to take place at the latters's residence on Ar- gyle St. Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock. The happy man is Mr. Len- ard Christianson, of Raymond. The .many friends of Mr. W. Fawns will regret to hear of his present ill- ness. It ,is to be hoped that Mr. Fawns will soon be around again. Town lots in Raymond have made a big jump in value ..the last few days The Alberta division of the G.T.P. railway is expected- -to pass down j -itreet. and Mrs. Jas, Costly have re- turned from an extended visit to Id- aho, IJ'tah, and other southern points. A 'new company which, has been formed with Mr. Townsend at its head has begun building operations this week. They expect to have one of the largest and buildings in Sou- thern Alberta. Land' seekers are busy these warm days. Mr. Nels. Nelson reports a larpe business doing in the land buy- ing, especially by the real farmers. :M. W. Odgen has returned to his home from attending a trustees' con- vention at Strathcona. 'Miss Mattie Clark, was a visitor to her home over Sunday. A- dance was held in the hall last evening. A large-crowd was present. Many of the-young-people are con- templating joining in the contest for the ;best-dancing, which is being held in Raymond this: week. The temperature went up as high as 52 .degrees above this afternoon. Mr. S. Winters has gone to Leth- bridgc for a few days. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TAX SALE In the matter of Lots 2-7, Plan Leth- bridpe 155B, and of Lots 68 and 69, Plan Lethbridge 157B, .to Alexander that-an application will be made by the City ol Leth- bridge. under the provisions of the Ordinance respecting the confirmation of sales of lands for taxes, to a pre- siding Judge in Chambers at the Court House at Calgary, Alberta, on the ]5th day of March, 1909, at 11 a.m.; for an-order .confirming the sale of your undivided half- interest in the above lots-to Richard Burton Deane. And further take notice, that il you do not attend thereon, either person- ally or by counsel, such order will be ma'de absence as to the said judge mav seem meet. Dated at Lethbridge this 23rd day of January, A.D. 1909. CONYBEARE AND JONES, Solicitors for the said Applicant. .The. above notice is "hereby approv- eded. Signed Justice. A. L. Sift on. Chief President Roosevelt" has refused t legacy left him by Benjamin Hadler a recluse in Massachusetts. Herald Market Place fravt to Mtt to rot it te ctfcNM. If 25e MC t iascrtiou for SI SITUATIONS VACANT wanted. Must be iirst class. Apply at Model Bet- tauvain. 40-O general servant. Ap- ply Mrs. Cragg, cor. Glynn and Bompas Sts. 44-O Three experienced women dishwashers. Good wages -and .steady, work io right, .persons. Apply Alex- andra Cafe, Corner Dnfferin Round St. and 43-O LAND SALE FOR on CoutU-St., close to school, at each; L-3 ance easy. H. Macbeth Agency. P.O. Block. frO FOR lots on Redpath St., west of Bartlett St., at. terms. The C, B: Bowman Agency. TO RENT- FURNISHED ROOMfr-to rent, with board, suitable for quiet'men.. Apply to Mrs. R. Adam, Fisher S't. of Redpath St. 42-6 TO on Ford St.. west of Roiind; suitable for store or dwelling. Apply' The H. Macbeth Agency. 2Q-O queen of handcuff TO rooms, with light queens, gives you something every night this week at the ceum. council passed 'a resolution .asking the health officer to -suggest means by .which the city police can be 'f.-'eed irom duties in. connection the. health dopailment.. When is done the above be" -enroreed.- by a--Ter. quest .01 the 'police.; Some of the aldermen thought the' _ duty of ought j tradition to was refused. TUT (Calgary Albertan) Donald itcNaD, rtahor for i done by the medical '.come, under his. jurisdiction, ;made, a record by getting j ice: "to "the. av.cost: the "great danger oi infection spfken of. ion that a to do this work. ordinary expenses for coal .i feir path, but he beneath the yoke His pride Buffered because1 he was unable to with more of the iuxuries- of llffc: In his iehlsh way he loved her. FaJJare to advtuce inade him sarly mud ill tem- -despltfrier effort! to i the shadows around their home. When the baby boy was born to them-and she suffered more and more from the unkludness of privation James Bansemer, by. nature an off restraint and plunged Into the traffic that soon made him in- famously successful. She died, how- ever, before the taint of his duplicity touched her. and he, even In fAir thnukful ;ihat f.hp'. never was to much-more than twice that Highest Glass Program in the City new Ly- 43-6 TO room on-Round St., suitable for lady or gentleman. S. Tuckwell, Box 444. 44-0 Tho American.-line, S.. S. St. Louis, which lost the two lower sections of her rudder in the.heavy seas twelve hundred miles from Sandy Hook, reached New York abrlnt- 24 hours be- hind schedule time. 1 r To Contractors i; 1 in. Boards 2 in. Plank 3 in. Plank 6x6, 8x8 And other dimensions For Quick Sale Per M WESTERN MCDOHU BLDCi L J.----j-ivu n iuti vater, suitable for light housekeeping, pply-, to-..630 Goutta-- St. WANTED TO small ware- house, cloie in. Apply J, H., Heralc Office. 4 FOR SALE MOTION PICTURE? THEATRE fo sale, in thriving British. Columhia city; owner must realize immediately Applv T. E. A.. L'ethbridge Herald ;45-l2 FOR business lot :25 i 150. situated in centre of good block in the town of Claresholm. T. A. Sedg ley. Claresholm... ;37-6 WANTED TO to. 6 glass .cigar JSTatirrrral cash good 'condUion.- Address- P-0 Box 495. V 36- Your PtOOF SATC tor .the protection and yon wint a for. dMcriptionf. and S' ncei-on ieboH to those initallM re- cently. of No office building com? plete without pleased to give on Vault BOYD, GOODE V Winnipeg the MAIL Sealed. Tenders? to Postmaster-General, will be at Ottawa until noon.: on Tridaj, the 12th February, for -ttfe of his Majesty's a contract for'-four years, 96 IS times per- week j eaojl way, .ethbridgc Printed notices-r information as to conditions of pro- posed contract may be seen and-bUnk [orms of tender be obtained at ;he post office of LtStKbridgt and at ihe office D. A. BBTJ6E. Post .Office Inspector's Calgary, Jan. SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING: REO- UUATION8 Coal mining rights of the Disunion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, Territories and may be leased for a term of "twenty-one years at an annual of -11 an acre. Not more than 3.680 acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for nu 'in FOB in- cluding "a Canada "range .and cooking .-utensils.- Everything almost new. Can be seen at- any. time. Must be sold within a week. 36 Argyle Ave- MINING STOCK FOE shares in the Josephine Tpo., property in Swift Current: jnining Montana. Make me an offer. Must sell'soon. Address Mat- son, -Babb, Montana. i lied for are situated. Jn surveying, -'territory the land must be described by leetionr, or M- subdivisions' and in insurveyed territory, the tract1 appli- d for shall ,bevstaked out. Each Application accom- anied ft, -which "wfll be efunded if the tights applied for are not available -but' O6t otherwise. A oyalty shall patd the mer- hantable output of the mine at ate of five cents per ton, Every lessee of coal mining rights are not being operated PROPERTY FOR SAUE YBUR, In Her Death Defymg Milk Can Mystery Trunk Mystery Straight Jacket Escape LAWTON (BL THORNTON In Ultlt SktUb-FLIRTATION JOHNNY THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER. CO. LTD. Everything In---- At prices that CANNOT berta. Lethbridgu, New PHONE 225 BEATEN City South of Ellison Mills BOX 654 CHARACTER IMPERSONATOR High-Claw Movinc Pkturw ADMISSION New Sonfa 15c and 25c R -REWARD The Arrow Lake Orchards will pay the sum of to any person proving the fol- lowing statements untrue: Kobtenay Fruit Lands have produced ever worth of Fruit to tbe acre. The Arrow Lake Disrrict, within 20 miles of-.Bur- ton City, NortlTor South, does not require irrigation m the driest season known. The climate of the Arrow Lake District is more favorable for Fruit any other part of B, C. Thejihipping facilities are good. The market is good, and the urea of Fruit Lands m B.C. is so limited, compared with the market, that there is no danger of oyer production. Tke MMrb, letkkrUie, Ukrta, M. FREEMAN, General Agent Reference.........Union Bank of Canada, Lethbridge FOR room house-on lots, 3 blks. from-Union-Bank, cash. Alberta Realty. Co. New 5 room brick cottage Uir on 64 ft: lot; cash, baL per month.'.'- Co; -iirnish the 'doktrict' Agent of Dornln- on'Lands with: 'sworn to hat effect at least each yev. The lease will include -the eoal jaining Tights buV'the leMee may be permitted to whatever Available idered necessary for the working of he mine at the' rate rot anTacre. For' fullJ information, apollcation hould' be -made io of he Department -of