Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBKiDGE, ALIA., WEDNESDAY, UtRUARY II, HIGH RIVER River, Feb. Jim Fax Concert Compare' pluyed to Rood houses Saturday and Monday nitfhts. High River people appreciate hitfh class entertainments and Messrs, Nel- son Campbell, tho managers of tliu Championship Contest Skin Diseases. opera house are to be in securing-such talont. Quite' a number of High River peo- ple arc takinc advantage of A dineaawl or skin will always the OkaiiaKon valley and are iu BUrni> w, of iho iii'i- preparations to join the excursion Mauy BuJlorintf from leaving here the 22ncl of this month, j c'.tiu avoid twisty and This is the lirst monthly excursion! low all pride in p'.'M MUI! under the management of the Hitfh'...... Ilivgr Ljtnd Co. this year. .The homestead lands sixty miles east, alonr tho Bitr Bow River are fast beintf taken up. itr. David Mc- Colman. formerly fron: North recently filed on n homestead and will locate some scrip in that district, he beiner well pleased with tho country. He says he never saw better coal iniHes than those neo.r tho Bow. They tire about twenty miles south of tin- main lino of the C.P.R. is ROUNDS Oliver's Edii Milne Gr? Between Kid Williams Ex-Champion of Montana, and Jack Clarke Champion of Philadelphia CARDSTON Cardston, Feb.: ffrand ball given by the Y. Jf. i'. 31. It. I. A. on the -12th inst. promises to be the season. Heber Harker and v.'iJ'e and tl-eir daughter Edna, spending a feu- days in Cardston vjsitincr Win: Perry returned from today. R. W. Bradshaw paid u.s a flyinc: visit today. He was here wirchasinir horses. nothing to help me. "I thought about Burdock Blood BSttera ____ and decided w> try a bottle. I cannot Mr. Best, the veterinary sunreon. ofj enough, a? I had not this district, returned to Cardston to- taken all the bottle beiore my face When tho tikm break.-! out in eruptions sores it Mr. Bnnsemer to ur- his rhnir beside her. (To Be PETITIONS FOR SEWERS, WATER MAINS, SIDEWALKS, EL EC, TRIG LIGHT EXTENSIONS. Petitions will be received by the undersigned until Monday, at 8 p.m., February the 15th, lor 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. ROBtNSON, Ti- me Alexandra Cafe Is Now Open If it tell If not, tell us. We are here to please you. For ladies and Gentlemen SHORT ORDERS at all hours Oddfellows Block H.N.MURRAY Propietor GAMBLING IN NEVADA Carsron, Nev., Feb. bill against race track gambling was in- troduced in tlij- assembly" today. WHY AM MLL? HOW TO TELL. Does every cold aScct your back, -cause a feeling of followed by disturbance cftho'kidney action. D.MJP the use of spirits, tea or bccrfecite ths kidneys Are yon easily worried and annoyed, over trifles! Axe the feet and hands cold Circulation bad -Do the fact and legs swell Is there puffinew trader the eyes Do you nave rheumatism, poor eyesight, .Is gravel or. any unnntnral action of the -kidneys If you have any of the symptoms your, kidneyi are either, weak or diseased, md.these svmptoms more trouolea to follow; Disease, Diabetes or Dropsy. Whatever you do, think .your disease is, look well to your: kjdneyi at the first sign of "anything.wrong, Give them just the aid they "reouire, in Doan'i Krdney Pills, the "Great KSdhey Medicine, and see how well arid fit you fed evenafewdoees.. 0. Wanren, Kadisaori, writflii: "I was troUoled wftliVery Beyewpawsin my X tned everythmg I could think, of: but, they did; no good. A fricmi told me about Doan's-Ridpey Pflli and after Have not been trouWed-since.'1 Price 6X) per box; or 3 boxes for at all dealers or The T. MUburn CJo Limited, Toronto. In ordering ipeoify-VDoanV British Colonial Photographic Co.; Cwmwtiil PlitiKjnpliefs lid tellers ii PlitignpWiE 1 and 2 DNfellovs'llock Cor. louil Are you oaring Photographic troubles? and we will help you. Our technical staff is always at your service, and any question will be cheerfully an- swereo ADVIOE ORATIB Amateur Photographers are specially innted TROUBLE is not in our Vocabulary Developing-, Printing: and Fin- ishing1 done for amateurs.. All work finished inside of 3 days THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER. CO. LTD. Everything In----- BUILDING MATERIALS At prices that CANNOT BE BEATEN in Southern Al- berta. Lethbridge, New Dayton, PHONE 225 City Swith of JHHxm Mats P.O. BOX 654 Market ItftatplKt Hto Ikii If ym wait toll SITUATIONS VACANT to assist with general housework at my farm near Lath, bridge. Apply T..S. McKentie, c-o The 0. W. Kerr Co., Whitney Block. 504 for general house- Apply Mrs. All. Hoselton, 518 Crabb St. 61-6 STEWARD WANTED The secretary of the Chinook Club will receive applications lor the po- sition of club steward, till Wednes- day Feb. 17th, '09. Applicant to state experience, qualifications, wag. es required and give references. Ad- dress the Secretary of the Chinook Club, P. O. Box, 672 Lethbridge. 51-6 TO RENT. TO room, modem, suitable for two gentlemen. Apply 210 Codtts St. .6 TO rooms in mod- ern house, close in. Gentlemen "pre- ferred. Apply Box JL> Herald. 49-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR piano, very easy terms. Box 1386, :or German's Shoe, store. FOR 8 good business in the Town of Raymondi 'cheap. Apply James Thompson, Raymoad. 47-6 FOR chair, 'new Terms reasonable. .Apply F, B., 615 Glynn St. .48-6 MOTION PICTURE THEATRE for sale, in thriving; British Columbia city; owner must realize immediately. Apply T. E. A., Lethbridge' Herald. 4643 WANTED TO 4 to 6 ft." plate' glass cigar case; also National cash register; must, be in good condition. Address P.O. Box 495. JWLO FOR furniture, in- cluding a "Canada B." .range and cooking utensils... Everything .almost new. Can be seen at any be a week; 36; Argyle Ave- nue. 46-6 FOR wheat and baled hay. Watd.46-12 FOR SALErrBaled for sale, first class blue joint, at L per ton: Ap- ply L. S. Ripley, office -McDonald JBlOCk. LAND SALE FOR on Coutts Btl; cloce to at bal- ance easy. fl. Macbeth Agency; P.6. Block: FOR lots a be" made to the Agent or of the district in which the rights plied for; arecsituated, v In surveying territory the land must -be described by sections, or le- gal of sections, and in unflurveyed territory the Hract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a .fee of which will be riefunded if "ttie rights appliedLfpr not available but not A royalty; shall teLpaid on tthe chantable outpat, of the, the rate Every lessee of coal mining righto which' are not being snail Eurnish. the; district Agent of Domin- ibn Lands with .a, sworn istateinent to that effect at least once m The; lease will include the ooftl mining rights only, but be permitted to available Rurface may con- sidered necessary .lor the working ol the mine at the rrnte of an For full information, applkatioo should be made to the Secrettry of tfie Department, ot thcvJnterior, OW bawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. Deputy Minister of the Interior. N.B.-rUnauthoried publication of this advertisement will not be paid SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who the sole bead of a family, or any' male over 18 yean old, may homestead a quarter-ecction of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta; The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or 8ub- Agency for the district. Entry by proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditione, by father, mother, son, daughter, brother or lis- ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land: in each of three years. A homesteader may ive within nine miles of home- stead on farm of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter; brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his borne-: stead. Price per acre. .Puties. reside six months in each of six years from date of bomestettd entry (including the. time required, to am homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who hu exhATMrtrtd his homestead rifht cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside six months in etch of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W.W.CORY; Deputy Minister of the Interior. pubUcation of this advertisement will not for. TAXATION OF CHURCHIS Halifax, Feb. meetinf -of cit. icens today decided to petition for a civic plebiscite on the question of exemption or non exempton of church and philanthropic property which is now tax free.