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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta -ALTA., MONDAY. PtMUAftY i. We have just unloaded a Car- load of Assorted Lines of Furniture TbeGoofem Tie Prlcn ire The White Furniture Co. Phone 356 Crabb Street NEWS OF THE DISTRICT RAYMOND Raymond, Feb. delegates who were sent in regard to having the G.T.P. go tJturougu Kaymond, return- ed, yesterday, Tney did not go to Edmonton, as first reported, but to Calnary, where they interviewed the Cabinet. They report that a very fa- vorable- impression was made on the jjovemment. Onu oi the horses taken by the boys who leit town last Weonesday night has returned.. HIGH RIVER High Biver, Feb. town ol Hijiu xtwer, turned'down tnree nower ram pryvosiuons touay: we want a nuii ana tne want the loca- tion, -wnen the rigat one comes but ito peoyie are sai-isued that .tuey wiU have a' mia herei witnln a year tnat win compare iavoraoiy wita the other .inaustries and, business, houses of- High Kiver. -ina vvaiiace-Inipiement Co., success- ors to jeuueson, will be pre-r ..pared foe-.busuujs.-J m a lew tiays, their warehouses on .bast -Kaiiway btreet" wiu oe nlled. to tne root wita International ruacmnery. Mr. K. A. is weii jcnown oy every oha in the district and. the town as well as the lariners are pleased to have a man of his standing representing an BBtaDiished line of farm necesisities, as the international oiarvester Company's. High Jiiverites wishtne new nrm Bachelors an annual- ev- looked forward, to as one of the leading events of the year, took place last evening. The Opera House was beautifxilly decorated., for -tbe occasion of the. ball and the wave of the numerr ous (towns of the ladies and thw ;sweet strains of music ren- dered by the Calgary Orchestra was very charniinjf to the spectators "if in the balconies. of last year's bachelors were there but had lost the buttotu How about next year? Come on girls. The hardware and furniture firm of Henlip, Kelly and Young has been dis solved. Mr. HesHp. retires from the busmess and KeUy and Younjt contin- ue in the iinea. The dissolution sale commences Monday, the 8th and bargain seekers will have the oppor- tunity of securinff furniture" and. hard- ware from this excellent stock at .rock- bottom prices for, "'the next three weeks. Editor Clark is sojoitrning in B. C. these days but'the High Biver Times came out on time ast.uBual. The .Oxford Hotel changed hands. Messrs, S. C. Smith and John the new proprietors, took possession the first of the month. Mr. Austin Francis of Winnipeg has operied up a new store in one of iha Stores of the Lane and Emer- son, block. The fixtures are up-to- date and equal to any in the largo cities. That is the class of goods River wants. CLEVERVIULE CJeverville. Feb. surprise narties were held this last week, one at Matt Roberts' and the other at Dan TJlrick's. A pleasant time was reported at both places. Dances were held at the following places since the last Cleverville jtems appeared: Mr. Williams, Hall, Jan. Mr. Will Harper's Feb. .2, Mr: Fred Wise, Feb" 4 Exceptionally fine weather let everyone out r.nd a fine tiwe was reported all around. A cemetery association ;s J cr- for "the purpose, of startrng a cemetery on the northeast quarter of section 21-14-24. It seems as if-Cle- verville people would want this nearer home than nine miles away. A: poster has been put up .in the post office giving notice for tenders for the Harmony school house, to be erected on S-E. sec. 33-15-22 W4. A baseball meeting was held Sat- urday, Jan, 30, in the Harvard school house for the purpose of elect- ing officers and organizing a baseball team. The following officers were elected: President; Ed. Zimm; vice- president, J. Standen; secretary-treafl- urer, W. Patterson; manaeer, Harper; Gus Wise.. The pros- ffood for a fast team for. the comimr After the ball meeting was adjourn ed about twenty of the men re- mained'to determine the advisability Of-- erecting a hall in A committee was make'out bills for a one-storey building-, 26 by 60.feet and for a two-storey buiidintr 26 by 50 feet and "get' bids from lumber yards in Stavely. and .Claresholm to be presented er-meetinar to be held in the school on a-later-date. Harper returned from. iWathington by way" of' Granum.where he week or ten days" visi CLARESHOLM UBERAL5 ORGAN. j (Special Herald) Feb.-. iastic. held7 last night to form. Liberal Club with a view of organizing for the forth- coming provincial After- several interesting speeches as .to or. ganizatioh- a coiainittee was appoint- officials of the. Club, andithe- nominations ;being 'put.before the-meeting-were-almokt unanimously Adopted. The; -appointed: ._ -iHoni.: Presidents, McKenzie; M, L. A. and: C. -team; Corresponding- Watt; -1st city) J. Walsh and- Moftat; 2nd "Vice., Pres., E. W. Frost (Organization) Committee, ;W> Narty and 8; Lv 3rd. Vice-r Holmes, GommrtE.''. 8: Mun- ro .and Moffat; Vice' F. P. Tesky, CommM and G. James.p 6th J. H; Holden. and-; J. -North i ;6ta C% Miller, ;Coinm.; Langmuir and Gum 1NVUTIOATIOM MMAHDID Ontario tlctnM Toronto, Oataria ernnioat recently forwarded io Hon. A. B. minister of justice, a statement of Provincial Li- cense Officer John Aycamt, making serioun chargeB againit Mr. E. B. Fralick, junior judge for the county of and gKkinc for an in- vestigation of his conduct. If charges are sustained tho provincial authorities may ask the impeachment of the judge by .Parliament. The charges .arise out of the conviction of Mr. Wm. Gelding and John Quinn at Madoc on January 28 for selling li- quors to miners, when both men. were convicted and fined and costs each by Mr. R. K. Casement, -J.P. On the same day, according to the statement of Mr. Ayeargt, who. con- ducted the liquor .prosecutiona an question. Judge Fralick was presid- ing at the Division court... About nine o'clock in the evening, .Mr..vAyiamrst> states, he was in the public sitting room of the St. Lawrence, Hall, Hotei; when the judge came in, talking in a loud tone of voice, and expressed his disapproval of prosecutions under the License Act. The officer he. tried to get away from him, but the' judge was very persistent. 'He was very much under the influence of li- quor at the time.' Mr. Ayerst's state- ment alleges, and declared that afl county judge the appeals would come before him, and -he 'would upset the convictions.' Notices of appeal in both cases. have been filed, and, according to the li- cense, they are taken out before Judge; Fralick, contrary to grounds for the appeal are set forth. QUtETLY. no otWorgum work UUM kidMfi to kwlth of bodr ana m jefe MapU tnwbUd with kind of Kidney CprapUiiit, but lo vufftoi it It nuy boon ip far n.iy of ftni and maklM, diHarUnoM of uri-iwy orgwM, M kriok ia the uriwi, ighlr floiowd MMty or cloivly ur'uw, frwquaot or uriiu- ioo, baratng iHQMtioa.wbea urinttiog, vDo not oogleot tymptoiit, ror if neglwcwd thoy will Wd to DiMUt, Dbbetwt. On flot fcnytb nj wrung fbaald They' so to straugthtMi kidneys kolpUmni to filter fcho blood propwdy flash off >U UM whiok.cauae kidner HIM B. Clarke, Stony i troublttl with kidney trouble for Mvenl my back WM weak, I lud iwch. terrible headtchet, and WM I oooldnot without any benefit. JM to try Kidney Pilli, I got four they me. I now feel M well M 1 ervdjHl sad would everyone from Kidney to try i Price 60 cU.- per box, or 3 for all or T. Milbarn Co., Lubited, Toronto, Oat. Wbto ordering specify SOUTH AFRICAN VETERANS- REUNION Arrangements have been made to hold a reunion of the South African Veterans ia on March 1st. The committee have left nothing un- done to .make this -a and it promises to be one of the most, BUG cessful functions of this "nature ever held in Canada. Thev Canadian Co. have- granted a special 'convention rate of one fare if one hundred attend arid the committee, are assured of fully that number. Only those r who have attended meetings of this kind, are aware of the pleasure afforded the meeting of many of their-old comrades and renewing old times. As this is prdbably the last time that many will be able to attend ft re- union, owing to the great number ing advantage- the land-'warrantt cow in their possession, an extra" at- tendance aasured. A. ftrand aupper will be .served in the City Hall, to. which, the popular Canadian officers and public men in the West are as is cush tomary at meetings of nature; all veterans are asked tp wear their medals acd- be hi uniform. As it is a- difficult task to make com- plete: veteran a v who preeent are asked toccor- with the of the Association at HlooBomin, from whom any information may be had. _ date with your have: a goodjtime, with the i H U NGARI AN PARTRI DOES R. A. Darker, president of the Al- berta -Fish -and Game' Protective iAs- sociatipn, gaye the informa- tion before! the Agricultural Commit- tee of .the Xegialative Assembly ;Ust 'fWe recommend more game guard- said Mr. Darker, "and also that a license fee of be imposed on all.wishing .game.-with .the exception of fafmers and ihoae living north of -the fiftieth recommendation 4s the discontinuance of gueet liceiiBesr The .'season for" cJbonug all water fowl should open on ;ihu same- date, preferablyj.'Septem- The.-reason for that fifty cent.'.'bf the ducks in the are The principal undertaking of. the association.' as r both Mr. Darker and Mr. Green is the intrb. duction into this province of Hungar- ian pattridges to .place of the and prai- rie chickens: These birds are not as large as grouse, but they are: mow prolific, axe swifter: of .movement, anc will stand any- amount iof cold. As, an fanners the injurious ihsectfl they will be most valuable. Last April i fifteen brace of birds were; introduced arid in the fall of last year forty; more .were introduc- ed. The experiment has proved very successful in every way.: The association -willi ask ment f or ti to carry on the work. from the gpvemineTit carries "with it a pledge of the association to-contribute a similar amount.: Arequeat- will als( be made the birds .be under strict 1912. At H. SUMMIIM M- DwrW Mtrum Ate TO CARRY, MAD. -STOMACH FOUB rWhea yomr food been pfopJtl your bady not the i of th. nitric iuioe .enwwly to Amoving andigMted por- offood which rtwnby only giving a per- of MWtfhmwit with which to feed D. A. FraadMO, ffMlaad, B.C., write.: "I mfleriBf frow etoeiach tnmbto the kind for about four ytaie. KTorything I wwaei a borfen to oatry. I aww in tbe wonting wita a sickening -fowiiih taele m andwM aJto troubled With in my hande and whieh phy- wid WM due to the disordered eUto I tried ir1 botgUd JW ooe of woederfal Cara by Batdoek Bkwd BitUw, I altogether tea and .wrlMtly wred. J wfah to to anyone whe muf W molortun lOAYTQN .5; Another Murder in Ohio City Dayton, Ohio, Feb. murder mystery been added to the long litt which already .shames city. Late today the body of a young woman was dragged out of a cistern in ihe Tear of a vacant house. Her body was identified by her as that of Lixrie i'ulhart, 18 years of age of Ohio. A post mortem examination completed about midnight. Cotnoer Swisher said, '.'On .account of the..state of the body it is-impossible to aay whether the girl was criminally as- suited or not. Neither can it be determined as to how long the body was in the water. It is likely there was no assault at all but we cannot say how she was killed; -There is a possibility the girl, was not dead when she was put into thif- .sack and cast into the cistern. Other physicians will examine the stomach and; the body, later. VOTES FOR WOMEN Victoria, Feb. bill proposing to give women -in British Columbia tbe right to vote at the next provin. cial- elections has been introduced, in- to the Legislature by Socialist Haw- thornthwaite, of Nanaimo, who; op- posed Ralph Smith at the Federal election. Notice GEORGE BAUt MeCUTCMEON. by Dodd. -Company. "I thoujfut .I'd stuj) in and pick up the governor ride home in-my suUJ lie, to the door. is one of-the firnt out caaie from (he-thta of the old clerk. GruydoD laughed. -charfw a ulckel balf. dime.- Going down, bad rung for the elevator and was waiting in front of the grating. A look containing a curious com- pound of affectionate reproach certain ,-.senile...grutlncation at being made the boy's conde- scending tmUlery crossed Droom's coun- tenance. Without, however, answering and :carefully doted the.-dpor, tried it vigorously; and joined .Bimsemerj at With Drpom; wordit were unnecessary when actions could speak for themselyes. in; Wells street Mr went oa Graydon. thorpnghT ly at mau-whom despised ntages ftoia childhood up ._ Cs.-.- good, Cor r-it W Drooiii shortly "Tisa't Xlichlgnn Herald Market dace tertat place It to IMS MieM, jm wait aarthtof lh for II VACANT WANTED AT or four smart girls, age 16 to 20 years. .Leth- bridge Woollen Co. 48Wi general servant. ..ip- plyCMrsi. cor. Glynn and TO RENT- TO room 011 Bound St., suitable for lady or gentleman. S. 444. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOE seal and Persian Lamb fur. Apply Box N., Herald office, 494 FOR SALET-Square piano, very easy terms. Box 1386, or German's Shoe store. The Canadian Pacific Riailway Com- pany to the Parliament of.Canada at its next session, for i .the time -within" which it may. (a) the rail- way which it was authorized by Chap- ter 62 of the. Statutes, of 1902 to conr s'truct at or near Piles Junction, thence to-. Shawinigan Falls- and thence to Grand Mere. (b) The railways which it was au- thorized to" construct by Section 3 (g) and of Chap- ter 74 of the Statutes of 1907. it to construct: (a) A Ene on of the' Pass ;Branch, uj. Town- ship; 52.-West 4th, in a: northerly and northwesterly directioa; to "a -point of junction' with 'the Mac- leo'd branch of the. Calgary and'Ed- .or-near Alderr' ther.Proviuce of Alberta, a 86 -miles. (b) A line from a-point in{ the of the...Can-: adiin' .Pacific, Railway, in; Towoiship M.Weat an ,ans easterly vand .southerly-direc- tion to a-point in-Township 32, 33 or, 34, Range 20, 21 or 22 West 3rd in the of Saskatchewan, a dis- tance 65 miles: And for other purposes. WALTER R. BAKER, v.: DATED at-Montreal, January. 16thi :1909. FOR good business in the Town of .cheap. Apply James Raym ond.. 47r6 FOR; chair, new F? B., 5l5 Glynn St. 48-6 MOTIpN PICTURE THEATRE for i sale> in j thriving British" Columbia city r owner must realize inimediately. T. E; "Lethbridge WANTED TO to 6 It. plate glass-cigar also National; cash be good Box 495. 3S.O FOR furniture, in- cluding a; "Canada Vrange and -cooking Everything "almost new. Can be seen: at any time! "Must be-sold within a week. 38 Argyle Ave- 'There TCHX a gtnrHcd, hi the or JJncojit: Park but s U's just swell .nuvor ro be." i -uotbiujf axiti'twr It got cubampd ;of itielt .when Uncrossed the "They cmli ft Fif iiueerea Drppm, It avenue.s Is Baosemer surprteed-, to pride Eublic Notice IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE riplSTRICT OF LETHBRIDQE N-THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HAROLD LATE OFr IK- THE PRO- VINCE OF NOTICE is hereby ;given -pursuant to the Order of -His Honour ;i: Judge herein the 23rd day of. January, 1909, that all creditors and, yhaying claims; against the es- tatel of-JSarold: deceased, are- requured tpjsend ihe same duly cer- tified to the Executors at the office of Li Lethbridge, aforesaid, Solicitor: for the -said Er- itpraj on; or before tiie 28th day ;'Fehruary, 4909, itogetJier with- ;a. statement of -thewsecurities, (if any) and that after the said 28th day of 1906; the said JExecutors will proceed to distribute assets :pf deceased among, i entitled -thereto, having regard only to the claims of which they shalLthen.have notice. DATED this 25th day of January, 1909. L. M. JQHNSTONE, Solicitor f or; -Executors. ooiy one, GniydoD.y tLe old cleck quite- warmly; -own Fifth had uo idea you cared Wiuuct tftr swapper Miy: ob thf other, tfenulndy surjirtoed. .Broadway heaven to Wld Drooro, some of 'the rasp jcont voice-: "Gpodby, I ihfa Mid when they reached rtdewalk little later; .voting mat. guom fijuir? it sloiichwj1 Ui the wmldnrkuess. George, rbr old chnp Is muttered lir. didn't tblnkJt.was in broom had a. tnllllnerj ehop In street- ...T-hore .was iiedcooni n t i he. linch roni rliiril .vf, tin- Jtili li but .'except that it contained a bed, Iwaahstand, mlnror. two Btwlfht and Uroouj went out for bte Saturday night The "living queer In more than one. tn one coruer on a of draw- ttood bis oil stove, while In the op- poilte corner big Iron heater miide Firewood WM plied behind the winter -Droom lanenttef that ooe not dtocrtmliMte between tterMOOiui IQ Chicsfo. The cbett of 4nwen. coouioed hto itock of pro- vtoloM, fan cooklof. iad wedlcloe small MM no for STOCK FOR shares-in the Josephine Mining property in Swift. Current V .mining me an offeii Must -sell -Address E. r'Ma> ,-Montana. '44.6 FOR wheat and baled J.-M. -Reding -North 46-12 UAND 'FOR SALE FOR on Coutth St....close tp atu eachirW cwh, bal- ance .easy, H-.- Macbeth Agency, P-0- FOR lots on Redpath St.; west of .Bartlett St., 'at" reach; The" Agency. FOR; SALE FOR house; plas: painted and fenced-; in houses v near: tschooli- inxiNprth-iWard ;cash. -Realty Co. Buildings, now-.-..-. joccupied ,by f J. Johnstpnj and beijcemoved -in the.' IwO; Jh'formaticiii afe .Canadian iBank ofiCbrmnerce. oii ;Redpath St., cashi Jbalance: easy.. Realty driving -horse, both feet arrowy head-'dn left jaw andjfihoulder JorV return" to Gr.j: Alexander Lethbridge. To Contractors: 2in. PUnk 3 in. PUnk 6x6, 8x8 I And other For Quick Sale KBTHI UUDI IEENl I Stock Co. Ltd. Dealers in Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages FINANCIAL MIM lidated Miniog Capital And other large corpofations V J. ACTON P.O. Box 294 t Office in Chinese Ford; SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining, rights ofc .Dominion in Manitoba, the Yukon the North-Wait Territories and British Columbia, mmy be leased for a term of; twenty-one years at an annual of an acre. Not .more: will be leased to' appBcfint. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or SubrAf ent of the district in which -rights ap- plied for are Jn surveyihg ;the land must be described sections, or to- gal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed tract appli- ed ;for shall :be staked out. be accom- panied byj 'A'vi ee iot will refunded, if not; A. shall be on" ehantable output of rate bt. five; cents- per tpn.7; r r v Every inininf operated shall furnish ttie ion Lands with a ttatwnent to that effect at least: The lease will include tiie mining rights only, but thejesiee may be avaUable surface rights may be opn. sidered the iwi For full formation, application should made to itheVSecretiry of the of the. Interior, XH- tawav; or ;any, Age Dominion Lauds.. Deputy Minister of Interior. TTnauthpried pubUcation .of this-: advertisement will not be paid :for. PETITIONS FOR> SEWERS, WATER MAINS, SIDEWALKS, ELEC. TRIG 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. GEO. W. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. LENDERS FQBJNDIAN SUPPLIES TENDERS ..addressed to the undersigned and, endorsed, "Ten- ders for will be re ceived at this Department up to; noon i on Monday, 15th .February, 1909, for Indian .Supplies, dur- -ing the fiscal year pending the..31st duty various -points in Manitoba; and Alberta. of: tender containing full particulars may be had by applying ,to the undersigned, or- to the Indian Cpraraissioner at -.Winnipeg. -The -lowest or any tender not necessarily i J, D: McLEAN, j Secretary! Department of-Indian ..Affairs, ..-Ottawa. -inserting this advertisement .without authority, of the Department .will not be paid. 49-3 The of in the Herald Progression .ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid up Reserve and Undivided Accounts of Merchants, Fimers and RMCfcers Solicited DnfU Money, Orders Ijettew of Credit Bank IfepArtmflnt Lethbrilfe Brmnek; CoakUU Wcwrk, St. SYNOPSIS OF CANAp I AM NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head ol a family, or any male over 18 yewt old, may homestead a quarter-aecUon of available Dominion land in toba, Saskatchewan or applicant must "appear in {tenon at the Dominion Lands Agehcy_ or Bttln Agency for the district. Entry by proxy may be made any agency on certain by father, mother, son, daughter, brother or lis- ter of intending homesteader. Six montht' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader mty live within nine; miles of his home- stead on a farm of at. least solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, brother or sifter, In certain district! a in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his home-: stead. Price per acre. reside six, monthi of six years from dite of entry (including the lime required to earn homestead peteni) fifty acres; extrs. A homesteader who hai exhaoetad hiav homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur-' chased, homealead in; oertaia Price per acre; reside six montht ift each of three years, cultivate acrei and, a house worth W.W.OOET, Deputy Minister of the Interior. puWloatkft el this advertisement will not to paid lot. ;