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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta UYHiftlOai, AfTA., TUItOAY, FIMUAKY I, IM9; "Are You Tht of modern civilisation evidwMMl in of orders. It could not otherwiw with the we drink, low Bleep. And kwp up continual round of excitement. Tbe work, the wesvj, excitement, tell upon the till they cry out in revolt, md will not be pLtottodtill t newly Mich MILBURN'S HEART AND NERVE PILLS coma Along with their nerve-strengthening knd energizing ud reatore thew to their normal condition. Wm. Levj, Out., I bad for several been troubled with nervousness, like many others, spent lots of monej on medicine that did me no gwvl. I- WAS to bod that the leut nota would matto mo jump And my heart would thump so you could hear it plainly and I oo Id not lie on my loft tide at night. I a few testimonials of and de- cided to try Heart and Nerre PLllS t-O 2IW "rSit completely cured me And it only took sii boxea to do it. I have neighbor, Etckett, and I induced her to try them and they effected a cure. I can endorse their use for anyone afflicted I WAI." Price, SO a box, 3 boxes for f 1.25, at all dealers or mailed direct 911 receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto. Ont. SUNDIAL Sundial, Janl post week has been a lively one for Sundial and vicinity. On Tuesday a farmers' meet ing was held in Tp. 15, R. 18, to or- ganize for the election of members to take up the further petitioninc: for a railroad, and also; to circulate a peti- tion for a herd law and take the pre- liminary steps for organizing into dis- tricts under the Local Improvement Act. Another meeting for the same purpose was held on Wednesday at Mr. Geo. Beamish's in Tp. 15, R. 19, and n joint meeting of the several committeemen from the above-mention ;ed districts together" with the. com- mittees of the Lone Star and Sundial districts was held at .Mr. David Mat- thews'-on Friday. These meetings were all largely attended and enthus- iasm, seldom surpassed by any in old and thickly settled countries, was ma- nifest. The districts as now organiz- ed comprise fifteen, townships 'and number some fourteen hundred farm- ers-, and we feel bound to say that nowhere in Alberta could a. more pub- lic spirited; broad minded class of citizens be found. They are a heal- thy mixture of English and Scotch. Canadians, Germans, Nowegians and Yankees, and we are! glad to seethe true Yankee-spirit fast becoming the true Canadian spirit. That little spark called patriotic pride is fast RAPID The Garbutt 'Business Col- lege, Stafford Block, already -.has an equipment of 6 type- writers, and will add more -as required. The number oi .students is also large anc continually" growing..- Both evening; and day sessions are held regularly. For information apply al the College Rooms, or write Geo. J- Prin. aUumu with that which the ruivrv 01 this country. In a cUmr- niirhttxl juunner they recognize mier broad policy in lending hand tow -extending rail- way to the further north that the flood of immigration to this coun- try may not suffer au impetus, but also feel that the same atten- tion is dtfe them which has been wonted to other territories less pro- ductive atid have taken up this worjc in full confidence of their lubors lose duly rewarded. We their caueo is just, a number or them are from sixty to eiffhty milos from aur- ket, which ..Is almost a distance, and not only have uiey a vast and fertile country the buildiasr of a ndlroud. but from present" indications, un unlimited sup- ply of coal along the Big How Hivec. These veins we learn are jr. live, to eitrht feet', in" depth, and could be pro- fitably worked by any company once railroad facilities were afforded. We regret to lean! that Mr. 0. P. Grimsrud. one of our Rutrb.v. N.D.. citizens, has been, the loser.... of five! hundred dollars by the defunct Na- tional Bank there. Better bring your FJt swonm qtuNir tihit 11. H a doa: to drive cat- tle from the dooryurtl how soon that dog> frothing-. at- -the mouth, uud with cramps in his stotn- money with you to Canada, where safer and saner nankins: laws vou. Geo. Lund is on a business trip to Clareshohn this week. Some of our Mr. A. AI. Gi'uce mid Mr. Anderson, .with two other-men of the Southern Alberta Land Co., came through in an automobile, uud stopped at Sundial last week. They were on their way to 'Mr. Granger's ranch on the..Sas-t katchcwan. Mr. Charlie Blake, Circle ranch, stopped- Suutliai, Saturday. He: was up ta turn some moro cattle out of the Circle field. Mr. Harr leaves for Leth-: bridee this week to consult, a doctM wait MS tklft t imdtoii tor tl i Hardwood THE 1HREE HYLANDS With Stock Company, a- the Lyceum. Having received instructions froroythe owner, I will offer for sate by JPublic at iny .'-i--. -..V Sale Room, 410 Round Street On Wednday Dent the 11th inst AT 8 O'CLOCK IN THE EVENING IN THE CITY OF PORT ARTHUR These lots are absolutely guaranteed by the owner to be from 175 to 300 feet above lake level: to be within 2 miles of the docks-, high and dry; beautifully troed and registered in Land Titles Office; Port Arthur, under the Real Pro- perty Act, as Plan M; 25. Thu twin citios of Port Arthur and Fort William have a combined popu- ktion of the combined population of the American lake cities is over four millions. ;T Canada is today developing as fast as America did a few years ago. Port Arthur is and must develop with the West. III Canidab Property so Cheap as In Portlrthur Hwtiere in Ciiiada will see sod) a Rise in Values The completion of the Georgian Bay. Canal will cause an unprecedented boom iuvaluee. Now is the time to buy. Every enquiry welcomed and fuller particulars furnished upon application to the Auctioneer 410 ROUND STREET TELEPHONE 26 CITY 15 ROUNDS Oliver's Hall Friday Between Ex-Champion of Montana, and Jack Clarke Champion of Philadelphia THE MILMARS Leadjng Acrob'ats at the Eureka. LADIES, ATTENTION 1 Mra. S. Jones, Ivy Cottage, North Ward, is now ready to take orders for children's clothes and ladies1 blouses and underwear, on the short- est notice.- Box 302, City. 46-24 BABY JUNE At the Eureka Wholesale Liquor Mercfcwtt CkiieSO P.O. The Model Restaurant Appealt to everybody by its and ought to claim the patronage of all Union Men As it is run on strictly union principles. Rooms in Connection John Cdatin mopiurroR The Habit of Adver- tising in the Hwmld Bespeaks) PmogretuJon Place Your Orders for ....WITH.... Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE289 SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED AT or four smart girls, age 16 to 20 years. Loth- bridge Woollen Co. ..48-3 BOY Western Station, ery Co. fiO-3 to assist with general housework at my farm near ,Leth_ bridge.-. Arm'v T. S. The "6. Whitaey Block "56-6 TO RENT- TO room on Bound St., suitable for lady or gentleman, S. W, Tuckweli, Box 444. 44-0 TO room, modern, suitable for two gentlemen. Apply 210 Codtts St. 50-o TO rooms in mod- ern house, close in.' Gentlemen pre- ferred. Apply Box A., Heralds-49-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR seal and Persian Lamb fur. Apply Box EL, Herald office. 49-1 FOR SAEE-Square piano, very easy terms. Box 1386, or German's Shoe store. 4 FOR good business in the Town' of Raymond, cheap. Apply James Thompson, Raymond. -47-fl FOR chair, new Terms reasonable, Apply F. B., 515 Glynn St. 48-6 MOTION PICTURE THEATRE for sale, in thriving British-Columbia citv; owner must' realise immediately. Apply T. E. Lethbridge Herald -'46-12 WANTED. TO 4 to 6 ft. plate glass cigar cash register; must be in good condition. Address N. M., P.O. Box 495- 36-6 FOR" furniture., in- cluding a "Canada B." .ranger; and cooking utensils. Everything almost new. Can be seen at any time. .ICust be sold within a week. 36 Argyle. Ave- nue. FOR wheat and baled hay. J, North FOR Hay for first class blue joint, at per ton. Ap. S. 8, McDonald Bloekv LAND'FOR SALE FOR on St., to school; at 1400 each; 1-3 ance easy. H. Macbeth Agency. P.O. Block. 6-0 FOR lots on Redpath St-T west ol Bartlett St., at 1700 each; terms. The C. B. Bowman Agency. 4610 section'of first class prairie land, .improved or otherwise, Lethbridge district. Box H-, Herald Office. block of fiora two to ten Lethbridge lots to be held as investment. Owners only, ap. ply Bor H., Herald Office. FOR lots on Red- path St. East, Alberta Realty Co. PROPERTY FOR SALE .FOR store buildings, i.n.ow occupied by J. J. Johnston, '.Schweitzer Bros., and -Joe Fong. .These buildings must, be removed in (the course of a month, or two. information, inquire at. Canadian: JBank of Commerce. FOR acres and house on Crabb St. Apply Yearn Chow, Box 95, City. 50-6 TENDERS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES SEALED TENDERS addressed to the undersigned and endorsed, "Ten- ders for Indian will be re- ceived at this Department up to noon on Monday, 15th February, for the delivery of Indian Supplies dur- ing the fiscal year ending the 31st March, 1910, duty paid, at various points in .Saskatchewan and Alberta. :J Forms of tender containing full particulars may be had' by applying to .tye undersigned, or to the Indian Commissioner at 'Winnipeg., The lowest or any tender hot necessarily accepted. j. D. Secretary. Department of Indian Affairs, Ottawa. .inserting acjvertisement without authority of the will not be paid. 49-3 FOR fine business lots with fine brick house and barn. Price 000. 'Alberta Realty Co. FOU Y light driving horse, both hind feet white; branded arrow head on left-jaw and shoulder; for return to G. 'Alexander, Lethbridge. Collie dog, black and white, little tan on Answers to "Laddie." Suitable reward is of- fered. Person keeping will be prose- cuted. Advise Box 33 P. 0. or Box M., Herald: 5ff.6 pair of fur gauntlets. ward by returaing to Inspector West, R. N. W. M. P. barracks. 50M8 ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Capital..................... Reserve and Undivided Accooats of FtrsMri aid Rucims StlioM Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Block, St. for Telephone 344 for a Sample 25c Delivered BOYD, GOODE V CO, 344 i; Stock Co. Ltd. Dealers in Bonds and Mortgages FINANCIAL AGENTS FOB Austin-Manhattan Conso- lidated Mining Go-.', Austin, Nev. Capital And other large corporations P.O. Box 294 -Office in Chinese Store, SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS N Goal mining of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, ihe Yukon Temtory, the Norti-WaBt Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years, at an annual rental of tn acre. Not more than meres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must made to the Agent or SulxAfent of the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. In. 'surveying-- territory the land must be described lections, or le- gal subdivisions 'of sections, and in unsorveyed 'territory 'the tract appli- ed for" shall be staked out. Each application must -be accom- panied by a fee. of which will refunded if the rights applied for are not available'bat not otherwise, A 'royalty shall be paid on the chantable output of the-mint at the rate of five cents per -ton. Every lessee of coal mining which are not being operated' shall furnish ihe district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the mining rights' may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface may be con- sidered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of f 10 an acre. Fcr full information, application should be made to the Secretary, of the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W.W.COBY, Deputy Minister of the Inferior. publication of this advertisement -Trill not be paid for. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head- of a family, or .any male, over 18 years old, may a qaarter-eection 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 Jmay be made at any agency on: certain by mother, son, daughter, brother or sis- ter of intending homesteader. Six 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 his father, mother, brother or sister. In certain' districts horoesttader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside hit home- stead. Price per acre, reside six months in of six years from date of hoiiiesUad entry- (including the time Tequired to earn homesteaoV patent) -and cultivate fifty acres extra. v A homesteader who has exbaxMtod his homestead right and oannot ob- tain a pre-emption mry take a pw- cbased homestead in certain districtf. Price 13.00 per acre. Must reside six months- in each of years, cultivate fifty icrtf and a house worth W.W.OpliY, Deputy Minister of the InUrior: this advertissAaat wil for. nol psjd ;