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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHSMIOOl, SATURDAY; FIMUAKY I, VAUbEVIUL-E: TO MOWNiES sMcb "THE CAPTAIN" MOVING PICTURES" 2. 1. BEN of finest films fa thriving British Columbia iferous mines. city-; owner must realize immediately. Apply T. E. A., Lethbridge Herald. 46-12 if SNOWED THISTLEDOWN Kansas Breeze Drifts the Filmy Stuff Till Trains are Stopped Oakley, Kan., Feb. the heavy windstorm of the last forty-eight hours this country suffered great loss in the destruction, of buildings and barns, windmills and fences, but the greatest damage was done, by the Bus-. sian thistledown, which blew over the prairie. Near Oberlin a touring car caught fire. last night while trying to force its way through the thistledown and occupants narrow- ly escaping. Thistle down was carried before the wind like snow and orchards were packed full. Yards arid fences were .hidden, alleys and sidewalks blocked and -instances where homes are sur, rounded by trees the: down is piled so high that only by using a pitch- fork can.the occupants clear a way. On the streets, where the -buildings made a -shelter from, the gale, the down is piled to the tops of awnings .like'immense hay .stacks which grew overnight. Trains are delayed by the down packing in the cats. AFTER THE USURERS Ottawa, Feb. Rogers of Toronto this morning swore out in- formation against sir usurers, of the capital. The' sii- are" cases of exces- sive interest on notes and one upon chattel mortgages. .The case will come WANTED TO 4 to 6 ft-, plate glass cigar case; also National cash register; must "be in good condition. Box 495. Address N. M., P.O. 36.0 FOE furniture, in- cluding .a B." range and cooking utensils. Everything almost new. jCan.be seen at any time.'Must be. sold'within a week. 36 Argyle'Ave- nue.'' MINING STOCK FOE shares in the Josephine Mining Co., property in Swift Current mining Make me an .off ex. Must sell soon. Address 0. E. Mat- son, Babb, Montana. FOE wheat; and baled hay. J- M. Reding, North' Ward. 4S-12 LAND FOH SALE, Icllr 'fcllc cotatG, CUJIWC1 mQffcgllgca. J.HC Vittoc rrijj. buwb his friends at a the .police magistrate .on Mon- aTrriWtnfT DC IS .1 -Do you not remember how you hid it when your very best friend evinc- ed .and how -you. sarried it home beneath your-- white and -after- gazing at it a very long time, though you knew the words by heart, put it away in the bottom of your ribbon It wasn't much oi a as valentines go now- adays, only two lines in zigzag print- ing on. a sheet of ruled note paper, v 'T don't care a button -For-.the other girls I know, But if you'll only smile on me, I'd ;-like'.-to .Here .the author's modesty be- "came'too great for speech, and a.'tony -bowrof helped him out.- vlt was all a long time ago, and Jyou "have --long since lost' track of your- gallant boy. lover, but sometimes in looking over bundles of old -letters, dance- programs and such .treasures, you come: "across, the stubby-haired boy's tribute, and feel again the thnll of your" first" real valentine. If you are thinking of going to the Coast for a short winter holiday, take a few minutes to consider earnestly whether pet dog or cat would not be benefitted by a change of cli- mate. If you.: come to the conclusion that- Towser jis suffering from ermm, or that Madame Fluff is finding the dry air and .high winds of the prai- rie detrimental to her hair and com- plexion, it will gratifying to know that iti Vancouver you. may have'these ailments treated. Underneath the card of a West End Vancouver hospital, there is in one of. the Vancouver papers, a delightful little advertisement of a "Dog and Cat Hospital and Home." It is made very realistic by a pic- I ture of a shaggy spaniel contentedly drinking milk from a bottle. He looks so happy and well that doubt. home on Monday evening, and as is 'usual ,in ouch" .cases, the Bachelors' report'a very jolly time. Mr. and Mrs. Williarh Oliver and Miss Gladys are spending some time at points of interest on the Arrow LakesV Miss.Addy and Miss Preston gave ,'skating'party-last Saturday even- Incorporated 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reser un d Total Assets over Head Office, Montreal SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received. Interest allowed from J J date of deposit Money Sayed it Money Earned. Why not start an account now MfMMIMMMMMMMMtOtWIMMMMM less this picture represents him as "after taking." It is a loss that his photograph "be- fore takins" not given, but per- haps the resident physician _ of the the prevention of cruelty to animals, and would not like to harrow our feelings by showing us a "poor, dis- consolate doggie. This advertisement "states that- 'pa- tients receive individual and one wonders casually if the at. tendants ever receive "individual at- tention" from the patients, when the drama of the tramp and the house- hold dog is enacted. Surgical opera- tions are performed, so that- now no fashionable, dog or cat should be taunted with having an appendix. Pets are boarded and cared for while their owners are "abroad" or in the south for the winter, and this is really a very humane dispensa- tion for it is pitiful to cat vrith a tin can appendage, and a souted outlook on life. However, this home appears to be for the favored few who are backed by wealth and society- and cats and dogs of the tin can va- riety are debarred from its comfort- able precincts. It remains for ft philanthropist to endow beds for such. Here is a suggestion for Mr. Carnegie. The advertisement ends by stating that the home is under the personal supervision of a veterinary surgeon, and that the fees are moderate. If a certain sickly-haired Persian cat who came rubbing her glossy coat against our skiiU the other after- Miss Agnes -Deans Cameron is to give an .-illustrated lecture on Mon- day evening, February 8, in Edmon- ton under the auspices of the West- ward Ho 'Chapter of the Daughters of the Empire. It to he given un- der the patronage of- His Honor, the Lieutenant Governor and Mrs. Bul- ;vea. The subject of. the lecture .is "From Wheat to and is fl- "8 .lustrated; with one hundred views, prepared, from actual photographs taken by Miss Cameron, while in the Peace River country. This lecture was "given in Winnipeg on Feb. 4, under the auspices of the Women s Canadian Club, and a pamphlet con- cerning it has this to Cam- eron covered miles, shooting rapids, traversing wildernesses, vis- iting remote frontier posts where women have never before been in fact, going so far that the spec- tacle of the midnight sun seemed quite ordinary. In taking her -long trip through 'a region so little known, Miss Cameron had no idea of per- forming the .spectacular. She went at it in a 'most methodical manner, carrying a complete outfit and a thoroujrh equipment, and the result is the "most comprehensive collection of information concerning the region where Sir John Franklin went to his death long years ago that- has ever been gotten together." If we had a Woman's Canadian Club here, we too, might have the privilege of hear- ing Miss Cameron. Even as it is, could not the matter be arranged? Miss Fraser of Pincher Creek, spent Sunday with Miss Forrest at the Nurses' Home. Mrs. Neale had five tables of "Five Hundred" on Tuesday evening 111 honor of her old friend, Mrs. Forsytn of Calgary, who is the guest- of Mrs. J. O. Wilson, at the Barracks. Mrs. George Rogers gave a ladies' Five Hundred on Thursday evening. Nine guests sat down to a most rech- erche dimier. after which play took place. Mrs. Forsyth was the guest of honor. The pretty prize was won by" Miss McDiarmid. Miss Ina McLeay and Miss Helen McKillop are spending a week with Mrs. W. H. Fairfielcl at the Expen- da. T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver Block. Phone 287. I. LOTS Wood St. in: ON 2 LOTScKILLOP ADDN., NEAE Ellison Mill, 3 LOTS ON WESTMINSTER CLOSE to school, 1 ACRE LOT CORNER OF McBETH Bailey St., mile from school, X ACRE OPPOSITE THE LAST 6 ROOMED HOUSE ON TORRANCE Ave., Cash and per month until paid for. per month. Bents for FOR on Coutts. St.. cloie to school, at each; 1-3 bal- ance easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Blocks >P FOR Two- lots on Redpath St., west of Bartlett St., at terms. The Bowman Agency. To Contractors LUMBER 1 in. Boards 2 in. Plank 3 in. Plank And other dimensions rr__ OF Per M i mm CUUtt UENCY IICNUtlI1MI (HUMS Western Canada Stock Co. Ltd. Dealers in Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages FINANCIAL AGENTS Austin-Manhattan Conso- lidated Mining Co., Austin, Nev. Capital And other large corporations Utsttife Atescy J. ACTON P.O. Box 294 Office in Chinese Store, Ford Street, beside Palace Livery Half section of first class prairie land, iiaprdved or Lethbridge district. Box H-, Herald for cash; bloct of -from two to ten. Lethbridge lots to be -held as investment. Owners only, ap- ply Box H., Herald Office. PROPERTY FOR; SALE FOE Good 6-roqm house, plas, painted and water in near school- in North ;Ward cash. Alberta Eealty Co.. FOE Three now" occupied .by store buildings, J. J. Johnston, Schweitzer Bros., .and Joe Fong. These buildings must be ..removed in the course of a month or two. For information, inquire at Canadian Blank of 'Commerce: V: FOR 6-room house, on Redpath St., .modern; 5350 cash; balance easy. Alberta Realty Co. FOU N I; crop payments It. 320 acres on I; Macleod The social functions for Friday were a tea given by Mrs. Sherlock and a young people's dance given by Mrs. McNicol. _ "The Senate" gave a dance on Fri- day evening in honor of Miss filney who leaves for the East next week. Mrs.' R. F. Reeve is entertaining at the tea hour this afternoon. We are glad to hear good reports from Sioux City, of Mrs. Nourse's father who has been seriously ill. Mrs. Nourae has been with him for several weeks, and will be home again in the course of a fortnight. Mr. and Mrs. Magrath were nests at dinners recently given Dy acres, per acre light driving horse, both hind feet white; branded H j arrow head on left jaw and shoulder; j for return to G. Alexander, 'Lethbridge. 20-P. off. This is a snap. Half Breed and African Scrip. Sonth SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining righta of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, -Alberta, the Yukon the Territories and Briiiflh twentyxmic years at an aniiuali re'htal' of th acre. Not more than be .leased to .one r i; V Application, for a lease uiuat be made to. the Agent or SubrAgent oi the district which" plied for are situated, In. surveying .territory the land must be described by lectiona, or le- gal subdivisions of and .in unsurVeyed "territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom-- panied by a fee 61 J5, whidiJwill be; refunded if the -rights applied for are, not available but not otherwise. A royalty .shall be the chantabie output of the mine at rate of rfive cents per ton; ;v Every lessee of coal mining righta which are notl-bsiiig eperated: inall 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 only, but the lessee mmjr be permitted to purchase whaterer available surf ace may be con. sidered necessary lor the working of the mine at the .rate of an acre. For -full information, application should be made to the of the Department of the. Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent.or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W.W.CpBY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. Cross, mounted on sil- ver. Reward for return- to Lyceum Theatre. 1 FRESH MILCH COWS. I For sale. 12 milch cows, some in 1 milk, the rest .due to freshen within a short-time; also one three_year-old bull, one team three-year-old gen- eral purpose geldings, one team mares, one of which is in foal to heavy horse, all gentle. The above may' be seen at the owner's place., nine miles south east of city, or'will be for sale at the .market on Saturday, Feb. 13th. j- 48-1 H. H. McCLTJRE. I fresh milk cows will be j j' at Farmers' feed yard instead of market. i The Habit of Adver- J! rising in the Herald c. in. COOK ROOM 3, JUCDONAID BLOCK LETHBRIDGE Piott290 Bespeaks Progression ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Capital.... Reserve and Undivided Profits Accounts Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Branch- CoaUftle Block, St. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS iAny person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in: Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry by proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditions, by father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sis- ter 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- stead on' a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by him or by. liis father, mother, son, brother or sister. 7-.-.-' In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt .a quarter-section alongside his hoine- stead. Price per acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six years from date of homesteikd 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 districti. Price 13.00 per acre. resido six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of Interior. publication at this advertisement will not be paid IOT. ;