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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, IMT DUCOVEftY. Feb; 3.-TV Slid- imnomces 0.11 im- portant sti'fl discovery. The i Jonas- and Clover, of Shef- field, is UIAV. placing on -the- market, u sted with from three t-i seven i times the cutting .powvr of existing' hitrh spwl steel'. be hardened in u ''water, oil or blast. L- You CAN'T SLEEP Oliver Arnot, There is many a and woman towin night upon a slwpless do'not doso iu sweet atu terial with the cutting edge of the tool nt a bright 'rod "low. According to John professor of v________ University, it is un absolute 'depar- right. Some consti ture to have obtained i worry or disease ha i'd steel which will work for a con- tho .nervoua siderablv tiny? on the hardest ma quieted. Or aginn, you a sinking sensation a ftwlhiL' you arc to die; or perhaps i you wake in your sWp feeling as thouel i you were about to ciioko or smother, am j rest leaves you for the night. If you allow INTO DENSEST AFRKJA I theae coalitions to coauuuu for a abort New-York, Feb. 2.-F Von GhtH-1! Tr wirU to feel um (.11 heaith declining. It is t.ho nerves anc heart not acting rightly, uuu they can dnlj vlw set right- hv of ililbum's Hear and Nerve They soon induce health" ful, refreshing sleep, not bv deadening tht nerves, .but by restoring them-to healthy -action. Mrs. St. 'Mary's, Ont., I can gladly recommend your MilburxT Heart and Nervo Pilis OB I was greatly troubled with my nerves. I was so bad J :ould not sleep at night without tho lamp -----Hg, but after taking four boxes of the chief engineer of the Gairo-Cttpp noiv in -charge of the. operations which within a few years will form the connecting. link batwetm North and South Africa, is j in the United States to make a study j of the railway systems of this coun- try. He stated that it will ba possi- ble then for the traveller to journey from Berlin or Paris to Capetown in, T r I ten or eleven days, through the i est countries of the world. CURLERS WIN AGAIN. Glasgow, Feb. Canadia-i j curlers .scored another today, j defeating twelve rink? from Stirling-' I Price, 50 cents per box; 3 boxes for I at all dealers or The T. MilbumCa. j Limited, Toronto, Ont. TABER. Tabor, Feb. Howard, shire and. North Forth-and Endriek 'i has been-m charge of one of provinces. The Canadians had a total "f 211 at the end of the contest and the Scotching 155. MISS BELLE STEVENSON, with the Summers Stock Co. Thei Thief, who the rooms of the Central School since last August has resigned and is returning to her home iu Carman, 31 tin., where she has accepted a position on the teaching staff. Miss G. Beard has "been engaged to fill the vacancy in the school here. A. rather serious-runaway occurred on street tonight. The horses on, the dray belonging- to. J. T. Con- nor took fright and starred to run. The driver was thrown off and the horses ran up .Main Street at full speed. 1'hcy ran into a coal wagon CONVICT SUICIDES. (standing in front of Campbell and "The Fighting "Col- New B.C., Feb. 2. Anderson's store aid overturned it, JIM JUST WHISTLED. j Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. j Jas.. J. Jeffries was shown a message j from Seattle to the effect that a .bank in that city guaranteed 'for (twenty rounds between him and John- son, he whistled .softly for a moment or two, jimrlfcd his keys and said: ''Tell them I will consider it." lege "The Lion and the open a week's engagement at the "A Texas "Caught Lyceum Theatre Monday, Feb. 8, in in the "Paid in "The "David to -be followed -by Tigers and many others to such plays as "Sweet "The choose from. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shake- speare, will receive pupils in singing situ voice production. Also engage- ments for Ballad Concerts, At Homes, the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. NEWFOUNDLAND'S TROUBLES. St; John, N.B., Feb. final agreement has not: yet been reached between Great Britain and the Unit- ed -States. The Colonial .Cabinet was in session tonight considering the de- velopments at Washington. Attor- ney -General Kent, who returned-from Washington, has forwarded an im- to- de_ ARREST 200 NEGROES. Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. thari 200 negroes have been arrested night in an effort by the' police partment to render the Herron Hill residence section of the city safe. In the last few weeks numerous attacks have been made by negroes upon young women and girls, each of which has been .reported, but offenders invariably escaped. the Roberto Berditti, Italian convict, serv- breaking it up badly. The dray ing., a two years' sentence, committed suicide this morning by hanging him- broken off, and one of the horses bad- STATION FINED. r Judgment in New Court. Fredericton, N.B.. Jan. Magistrate Marsh delivered judgment this "morning in the cast- of R. Z. Walker. I.C.R. station agent, charged with violation. of the Scott Act, re- cording a conviction against the de. I fendant. Proceedings taken un- der an amendment to the C. T. Act, prohibiting the shipment of liquor into Scott Act counties. His Honor held that the Intercolonial Railway, although owned by the Government, had acted in the capacity of a com- mon carrier, and was therefore liable. It was not necessary, he said, for the prosecution to prove that the liquor was for personal The fact that Walker did not know the packages contained liquor, his Honor held, was no defence. He fined the defendant and costs. Counsel for Walker gave notice of appeal. His Honor said that he would make no order at present for the destruction of the thirteen barrels of liquor seized at the I.C.R. station shortly before Christmas. Herald Market Place tt rett it ta tkb'eolMM. U yM MM tab 25c 4 SJ To Contractors i SITUATIONS VACANT wanted. Must be first class. Apply at Model Res- taurant. 40_o general servant Ap- ply Mrs. Cragg, cor. Glynn and Bompas Sts. AUSTRALIA TALKS DEFENCE Melbourne, Feb. Fish- er, Foundation day lun- ;heon said. the question of defence ,vas whether people were prepared to pay or.ilot. He was hopeless about naval .defence without an Australian nayy in'co-operation with" the imper- al fleet. He entirely favored compul- sory training. Ex-Premier Deakin hoped a ile course could be steered between etting apart a portion of people only or national defence and crushing he. country under a huge expense. experienced women dishwashers. Good wages and steady to right persons. Apply Alex. andra. Cafe, Corner Dufferin Round St. and 43-O TO RENT- 1 in. Boards 2 in. Plank 3 in. Plank 6x6, 8x8 And other dimensions For Quick Sale t Per M j FURNISHED rent, with board, suitable for quiet men. to Mrs. R. Adam, Fisher St. South of Redpath St. 42-6 TO room on .Round St., for lady or gentleman. W. Tuckwell, Box 444. 44-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. man CXMDI MICBOIILD BLOCK LETMGE BUCKLEY GETS GOOD PRICE. Great Falls, Feb. H. Buck. y, of the Sweet Grass country, who as been in the city during the past ew days, recently disposed of his MOTION PICTURE THEATRE for sale, m thriving British Columbia city; owner must realize immediately. Apply T. E. A., Lethbridge Herald, 45-12 WANTED TO 4 to 6 ft. plate glass cigar case; also National cash register; must be in good condition. Address N. M., .P.O. Box 495. 3fi_O FOR furniture, in- and the-tongue. .fYVr___, j VyiUViftTla ast season's clip on the Boston mar- I a J5." range at a great advance in price over hat- offered by the Montana- Wool and i: Western Canada I Stock Co. ltd. self with a belt to a water pipe jn cell. CANADIANS AGAIN. Glasgow, Feb. Canadian curlers today defeated, at Crossmy- loff, the Upper Strahern and Scot- land Central players. The score was 180-to'149. 'DAVID HARUM.' ly cut. into the wire fence at Hill and Sons, where they were stopped. The workmen at the bridge, about forty or'.fifty In number, were given, a. very pleasant time last evening atj the home of the .foreman, Mr. P. W. 'Simons. Bishop and Mrs. Van Or- man and: about thirty young ladies were invited. over to spend the even- ing. Dancing was the order of the Mr. Buckley stated that he was offered 15% cents for his clip last July, and he dispos- ed of the entire clip recently for cents. After the interest and freight charges had -been paid he netted cents on. his wool. The wonderful success of the novel evening and all thoroughly enjoyed portant. despatch ;The G'oyernonerii to Premier Bond, win not public statement during the negotia- tions. AT THE EUREKA. I.aughT laugh, was all' you could do at the Eureka last night. The Brownies in their screamingly "David Harum" induced Wm. H. Crane, one of America's most talent- ed comedians, to have the story dra- matized as a vehicle for his starring tour. This version of the now fam- j idgo Hotel opened on Monday, and story will be presented at, the j reports business brisk for the first Lyceum Theatre Monday week. Feb. 8th, by Geo. H. Summers and Mr. T. Perrault, of G-leichen, will themselves. COLERIDGE. new Coler- A NEW DISCOVERY. New York, Feb. to funny sketch. "The Captain" Kept the i his clever company. Those who begin the erection- of a new livery. house in a roar. The smartest little dog ever seen on the stage also figur- ed in. this very funny act. The pic- tures were, without a doubt, some of read the book will naturally have a bani here in the near future. desire to see "David Plarum" in the The most general topic of conversa- flesh. This desire be satisfied by tion here at present is the earthquake visiting the theatre on Monday next, "which .is billed to come-'off at Medi- FELL DOWN HOLD. St. John, Feb. Saunders was killed by falling down the hold of the Black Diamond liner Cacoivna today. He had been drinking. the "best ever seen in the city. andJJHV. Summers has made a special stu- cine Hat on the llth jnst. A gener- prove to be a big drawing card to that popular theatre. The perfor- mance closed with Little Luella and OlTye in their song and dance which has won for them a wide reputation. Spring Bush Commenced Making room for New Goods THE: CD, LTD. Will clear all ends of stock in DRESS GOODS, PRINTS and FLANNELETTES CAPS MEN'S SUITS SHIRTS A large stock of BOOTS AND SHOES Opened this Week J. BROWN CO. LTD. :'tiunes. ;treat. dy of the character, and plays him ul exodus from "the was "to .the manor bornV' The born lucky" is expected on the tenth, ing- compartj- is all that could .be.wish and Coleridge preparing to accom- ed_jFor, andk :will been- mpdate refugees. hanced with..speciart scenery7 and cos- We "are pleased, to sec Mr. Bob Mc- -will be Clelland among us again. A little more than a month ago he was se- be- hy tlie explosion of an. oil lamp and has since; been confined '.in the hospitiil. at the Hat. Though ......ATTENTION! he still bears the marks of" the acci- .Mrs. S; Jones, Ivy Cottage, North will.1ie no permanent dis- now ready to- take orders aguremerit. for children's clothes and ladies' Mar Yeo, a bought lots blouses and underwear, on the.short- ia town today and 'in est notice. Box 302, City. two. wwks will open a class :vaudeville features the acts. the American today, Charles Ludlow, of Keensburg, N.J., says he has dis. covered a process whereby 'copper can be refined, temperecj 'and made useful as a cutting tool. Mr. Lud- low became interested in copper when the trolley. _ road first, went, through Keensburg, "foe- '-lour years he. has experimented with-th metal. One New York, concern- -has already offered .for. the dis covery. Negotiations have been opened with the copper trades for the sale of the patent, which has been applied for. IMPERIAL GENERAL STAFF. London, Feb. Hoard, of Australia., speaking at the Canada Club, said better understanding and better- results would follow the in- auguration, of an Imperial general staff. The efforts of Great Britain in connection with the territorial force would be watched with great sympa- thy in Australia, where citizens had accepted., the responsibility; of the country's defence. be sold within a week. 36 Argyle Ave- 45-6 MINING STOCK FOR 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 FOR wheat and blled hay. J. M. Reding, North Ward. 46-12 LAND FOR SALE FOR on St.. close to school, at each; 1-3 cash, bal- ance .easy. H. Macbeth Agency. P.O. Block. :6-0 DISGUISED AS A PRIEST. Cleveland, O., Feb. A. Pqr- they. wanted by the Federal authori- ties upon the charge', of operating a fake matrimonial agency, was found upon the streets here today disguis- ed "as a Catholic priest. He was taken into' custody. He will be held on the charge of using the United States mails to defraud. FOR SALE-TWO lots" St., west of Bartlett St., at each terms. The C; B. Bowman Agency. Dealers in Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages FINANCIAL AGENTS FOR Austin-Manhattan Conso- lidated Mining Co., Austin, NTev. Capital And other large corporations. UtkbrMge Agwqr- 1 ACTON P. CX Box 294' Office in Chinese Ford Street, beside Palace PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR room house on 2 fin 3 Union Bank, cash. Co. New 5 room :briek cottage with eel lar'on 64 ft. lot, cash, bal per month. Alberta.Realty Co. FOR store buildings. occupied by J. J. Johnston, Schweitzer Bros., and Joe Fpng. These buildings must .be removed' in ;he course of a month or two. For iiformation, at Canadian Bank of Commerce. FOR 6-room house, plas. :ered, painted and fenced; water in louse: near school in North Ward cash. Alberta.Realty Co. 'OR 6-room house, OB Redpath St., modern; :ash; balance easy. Alberta Realtv FOU 1640 acres, per acre, part crop payments 320 acres on Macleod Cut off. This is a snap. Hfilf.Brtwl and South African Scrip. C. W. COOK 4 ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK i ETUDpinrc LEiiiuluinit Pkite290 4 weeks ago, 1 mare, aged 4 years; brand S on left stiffle; color, srrey; reward for re- turn" or information as to where- abouts. A. Carlson, Windsor Hotel, Lethbridge. 18-30 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS y Coal mining, rights of .the Dominion Saskatchewan. Alberta, _ i Territories and British be leased for a term of years at an annual rental of an acre. Not more thaa; acres will be leased to one applicanti: Application for a lease must' be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the- district in. .the- rights ap. plied f or -rafer-. I In .surveying temtory> land must be described by.; secjionsi'; or le- gal subdivisions-, of arid in unsurveyed territory: the tract- appli- ed or .shall be staked': out. Each application must be panied by a fee pt wiich %ill be refunded if the rights applied 'for ire not available -'but not- otherwiS'eV A royalty shall be paid chantable output 'mine the 'ate of five cents per toaT Everyv lessee coal mininjf righta i-hich are not being shall urnish the district; Agerit; of pomirt- 011 Lands with a sworn statement to hat effect at least -ojace The lease will coal mining rights only, ;but the -lessee." may. >e permitted to purchase whatever yailable surface may be, oon- idered necessary fqf --the he mine at the rate of an acre; For full "applicatioa Iiould be maHe to the" -Secretary of he Department of the Tjiterior, Ot- awa, or any Agent or of- ominion Lands. Deputy Minister, of. ithWlnterior. TJnauthoried pubiication. of his advertisement '.will not he paid or.. STRAYED-Sorrel, light driving both hind feet white; branded ar ow ho.ad on left jaw and shoulder: for return to G. Alexander. Lethbridge. 20-0 NOTICE Five- dollars reward will be given Cor information leading to the recov of one roan pony, white logs -branded on left shoulder. Smith. Blayney. 41-6 BIG PRICE FOR COINS. London, Fub. sale of a firu- collection of Greek coins formed by the late F. S. Benson, o{ Brook- lyn, N.Y.. commenced at Sotheby's today. Some notable prices were SprcimcnS Of am nil silver coins briniring from -5250 to GEO. H. SUMMERS, ,thr greatest of all American'rural with tlk> Summers Stock Co. They comedies in three acts, "David open a week's engagement at Ihe'Harimi" Change of play and vnu- Lyceum Theatre _Monday, Feb. 8, in.deyille each evening. ESTABLISH en Merchants Bank of Canada 3EAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid -up Capital..................... Reserve and Undivided Profits........... 4-.267.400 Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Uihbnlge Branch Block, St. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head'of v a family, or any male over 18 years" L old, may homestead a quarterrsectionv of available Dominion 'land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan'or Alberta. The applicant must appear in" person the Dominion Lands Agency or- Sub- Agency for .the district.. Entry- by proxy may be .-made at any agency on certain conditions, by father, son, or sis- tcr 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 home-' solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or .x In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt quartor-section alongside his Home- stead. Price per acre; Duties. reside six months in 'each of six years'from date 61 homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate ifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted iis homestead right and cannot ob- '.ain a pre-emption may take a pur- sliased homestead in certain districts- Price per acre. reside six each- pf" three cultivate fifty acres and erect house worth Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of -his advertisement will not be ;