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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LfTHSfUDOt, AUTA., WIDNftOAY, IT, MOVINO ADVANCED VAUDtVILLE 1. Spiritualistic Seance 2. Barge Daughter 3 Legend of the Ghosts 1000 ft. of colored film ''Little Dolly Driftwood" CONTINUOUS PEKFOKMANCU 1 1. J.Uv, t tin .....xvo. Kler and equilibrist 2. The Mysterious Franlz Caesar Magic 3. The Wonderful Cowles acrobats Seven (7) Vaudeville Stars 9! tJMir This time; ah old fashioned biii ad- vertlaed. young people are mak- ins ample preparations for a good showing of old fashioned dresws and suits. HuBurb. Kjuutcbell and Cotton of Brandon are here in the interests of tho H. L. 1'atimorc Nurseries. Mr. Knotchell was ut one time n minister. Both men are pleased with thu devel- I of Southern Alberta. D. Balcovski, the Winnipeg cuttto coaler, is purchasing stock today. On tho 20ih instr a convention of the Liberal party of the Cardston cJis trice, will be held. Delegates from 1 the various Dolling divisions will be in attendance. purpose of the assembly is to provide for a district executive. News Of the District STIRLING Stirling, Alta., Feb. dance was held in the hall last evening un- der the auspices of the Relief Society of the Latter Day Saints. A crowd was in attendance in spite of the cold night. Messrs. Townsend. Martin, Walkins were in LethbridRe last eveninR. Mr. W. S. Odeen. president of the Board of Trade, was attending the banquet held by the Lethbridpe Board of Trade. He has not returned yet. Mr. Jos. C. Christenson has beejx much surprised by a visit from his brother. P. P. Christenson. He has not seen him for nine years; Mr.' Christison is thinking of moving his family here and start in the mercan- tile business. We would be all pleas- ed to have him with us. We are expecting to have a switch board installed in Stirling: in the near future, possibly IJ.Y .April 1st. There are over thirty subscribers. The Pioneer Lumber Company are at present preparing to put ir. a lumber yard at this point. This means a ereat deal of building this summer and much reduction in prices j of lumber. It has formerly bran-all in the hands of" the .Rogers-Cunning- ham Lumber Co. Several r.cw members have been in- stalled into the Stirling Band It is to be hoped that they will be able to compete in any band contests that may happen this season. The school will be holding their nual concert on Sunday evening at( the (meeting house. The teachers are forth every effort to moke it a grand success. A large house is expected. COALDALE Sugjfitt has been ill with la grippe for the post week, but is improving now. Mr. and Mrs. W. Depew. a cirl, Feb. 15th. Mrs. Bepew' is very proud of her daughter, being the first Canadian in. the family. Service was .held here yesterday. Mr. Lytle gave tin address McDonald TO unfurnished ,ro.oms. 25 Argyle.-Ave. Pione 124. 57-0 LAND FOR SALE FOR on Coutts St., close to school, at each; 1-3 bal- ance easy. fl.: Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block.-. >o FOR North Ward lots, cash, balance per month. This is the best: buy in -Realty Co. SOUTH AFRICAN Veteran' Scrip for sale, located or nnlocated. Apply R; R; Gropley; Room 26, Hill Block, or -Box 603; Lethbridge, Alta. 5WJ LAND :FOR section; 300 acres -in winter half .mole of shipping point; per acre; good terms. Alberta Realty Co. on Asnmead, near Xon. don 1-3 cash, balance 3 and 6 months. Alberta Realty 'Co. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALErvrThree store buHdingB, now occupied .by J- J. Johnston, and Joe Fong. buildings be removed in the course of a month or two. Tor information, inquire at Canadian Bank of FOR acres and house on Crabb St. Apply Team Chow, Box 95, City. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR shares in Leth- bridge Woollen Mills Co., paid up, sell for cash. W. T- Watson, Box 393, Hosmer, B.C. 55-6 FOR carriage for sale, in-first-class order. Apply 526 Bart- lett St. 57-1 L OAOlkANOt, Application Uf WHtlte WANTED TO piano; state price, terms and cash, and c.w. Herald Office. 55-0! Application has bjr Charles C. Pagnuelo-and Thopaf 4 LeClair, doing business style or firm of the 0. 0. Wine and SpWt, Company. lor a wholesale liquor jrMpset the premises situate on the easterly forty feet throughout of 9; 10 and 11, in Block 7, LethbridfC Alberta. f- This application, wUl: fee by the Board of License Cominissioiit ere at a meeting to, held it bridge Ou Wednesday; !f thf day cf March, 1906, at 3 o'clock Dated at Edmonton this dajr of February, 1909. 'f 1, B. WOOOt, 7 57-1 Deputy SYNOPSIS OF COAL ULATION1 mining.right) of the Dominion in Manitoba, the Yukon Territory, the Territories and British Columbia, may be leased- years at an annual rental of an acre. Not more than acres will be leased to one vApplicatiour lor a lease Ottut .be made to thet ;-Ag6nt. or oJ the district-'in ;Trhieh 'the rigbits api plied for are situated. In territory tbj' land" must be described by or kfc gal subdivisions of sections, and ill unsurveyed territory tract appli- ed for shall be "staked out'. -Each application mint be accom- panied by tf fee-of which Trill bf refunded if .the rights applied for are noli-- available royalty- shall be paid -mer- chantable output of ;the Conine alette rate of five' cents per ton. lessee of coal mining which are' ahall: furnish the Agent of Domin- ion Landsv with statement tp. that effectVat onee forMcfe yearl Che lease will include -the coat- ning rights lessee may bePpermitted purchase whatever- available surface rights may be sifered necessary for the working of, the mine at the Tate f 10 an acre. lull information, e application- should be made to the Secretary' of the Department of the taVa, or any Agent or Sab-Agent of Dominion? Lands. -j; W.W.OORY; Deputy Minister of the Interior publication of this advertisement will 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 homestead- a -quartewwotlon of available Dominion, land iin Mani- toba, .Saskatchewan -or'Alberta. The applicant-must appear ?in -personrat the Dominion Lands Agency or- Sub- Agency for the district. Entry ij proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditiong, by father, ioni: orv ter of intending homesteader. upon and cultivation of the'land inraach of5 three, years. live within nine stead on a farm of at least 80 aerer solely owned_.an4 .occupied-bi, bJn or. byrhis or siater. L j in certain districts a in-; good standing mar pra-enjlt a{ quarter-section alongside stead. Price per acre. Dutias. Must reside six months years from datt-ot eritry (including the time- to, earn homestead patent) and cultivate L fifty acres-extra. 'A homesteader who has exhausted homestead right and cannot tain i; pre-emption, may take a chased homestead in certain districts. Price acre. reside MX; months in. each or fifty acres and a house "worth: V v Deputy Minister of-the Interior.> publication ol. this advertisement will not be for. REMEMBER In whatever business or work are tion. For _ your clothespin first efasT shape.- Dye Works, Bound St. Tel. 363 43-O LADIES, ATTCNTIOJi Mrs. 8. Jones, Ivy Cottage, North Ward, is how ready "to" for children's clothes and ladies' blouses and .underwear, on the shorV; est notice, Boa 302, City. 4tfi FROHMAN AND WIFE PART. New York, Feb. Froh- man, manager of the Lyceum-.Thea- tre; who announced .yeaterday that he and his wife, Margaret Ulingtpn, the actress, had agreed to separation preliminary to a divorce, expressed the hope to his friends when told that his wife might become the bride of Edward J. Bowes, a real estate man of San Francisco, that she would be -very happy. J They say the I Uberta Restayrairt i Is a good place to go for a good meal. Open Day and Night Shoi t Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phoro 228 for a figure on the material for that new building yon an contemplating building this Spring. THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER. i, PHONE 225 Cky YaH tt PO. BOX 'J b ;