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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHiKIDQI, ALTA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY II, MOVING PICTURES. ADVANCtU 7 VAUDEVILLE, 1. Spiritualistic Seance 2. Barge Daughter 3 Legend of the Ghosts 1000-ft. of colored film "Little Dolly Driftwood" CONTINUOUS PBBFOEMANCE 1. The Van Cello-Foot jug- gler and equilibrist 2. The Mysterious Frantz Magic :i The Wonderful Cowles acrobats Seven (7) Vaudeville Stars District News Budgets RAYMOND. phone music. History of the Card- Feb. iT.-Miases Ada and ston. Flood by President Wood. Blanch Collett entertained a number j z. J. Jacobs. of friends lust evening in honor of I Speech by Uncle _ their cousins, Mr. and Miss Collett, of On the 20th the Dra matic Ciub will present toe Wages sup- juiu iv- refresh- Ported by Prof. Moses -Vimam Bucc met with p. pain- Tuber. spent in citing, after which inents were served. Those were Misses Kate Dessa accident today- son Ada Matson. Vilda. Matson, I-larj Amoving the ashes from the stoxe. riet Collett. Mrs. Clarence O'Brien; the poker, with which she was l.t- Messrs Alvin O'Brien. Clarence the ash-pan, slipped Brien, .T: H. Kevin, Horace Yenney. her nght ey, Jhe w oVoang people were) Or.' StacPjoIe wa, calW and dreged out sleich ridinff last niffht. As they the injured eye. Ihe Dr. thinks that Broadway the .bobsUhesUrht wiH not be ujgured ran against the curbing and thrown, from the sleigh. Al- thouc-h none were seriously injured, many were hurt. CARDSTON Cardston. Feb. The Ward Re- union held last evening .was 0 decided success. tasteful i The Assembly decorated for Hall was the social. inittcc. At 8.30 cave a selection: arch -John Woolf. the officers of the different auxiliar organizations, were the reception corn- o'clock the choir Prayer by Patri- Another anthem from the choir followed. S. M. Woolf gave few incidents in the early his- tory of Cardston. Instrumental se- lection by the Mandolin Clerb. Quar- f.Ctte-'lda Archibald, Etta Dowdle, Mil ton Woolf. Frank Layne. The other parts of the programme ff A CLEVER STUNT Put on By the Cowles at the Eureka This Week. Messrs. Beach and Neilson returned from- the Conservative Convention at Red Deer today. They express thera- felves as well'pleased with thw trip and delic'hted with the hospitality of the-people of Red Deer. D. E. Harris. Jr.. resident manager of the H. S. Allen Co., has tfone to Winnipeg on business trip. He will lie absent for ten days. The old spring just south of the Ca- hoon Hotel is giving; the Town Coun- cil more grief. Some time aeo a deep cil more grief. Some time aeo a aeep rtf Donald Frill drain was dug to carry off the water held on the bod> of Donald Frm of the sprine. But it appears that' Coroner PinWney at Bellexue ..esu.r house, i.'VfuUiiii? Kinx; Edward's ami Sir Wilfrid Laurii-r's, arid othei's, nmk injf the interior of the; school very attractive. Dances wen; hold aL Air. It. H. Smith's and .Mr. L. Stcncels on the Littlo Dow duriiKr the past wi-ok. In spite of thi- cold weather, lurtfe crowds and ii-ooil times arc, reported Mr. John DouRall arrived clurinir the Past week from Lvthbridtfc. where he has boon working for tho lafrl months. We understand Air. Gundec Mai-son has boueht the buildincr now occupied by tho nhoto gallery mid will start a butcher shop -in the spring. l-'or a rojrressivo inland Clevcrville can't be boat. Our post office han- dles as much as any three of the ofiic- irs anywhere in this vicinity. We have two o-tncral stores which carry very large stocks. including dry croceries, hardware, and almost any- thing: that is- asked for, inclurtimr har- ness -'id .saddlery. We have n very .good blacksmith where one may. p-et anv kind of blacksmithin.tr done. We have a phot call cry where one mav tret the most up-to-date work done and there is also a, line of drugs carried in connection. Our barber shop is open every Friday .and Satur- day. Church services are held in the school house every Sunday afternoon at 2-30. There are two residences in thisvil where anyone wishing to stav over nio-ht mav enjoy true western hospitality and in the course of a few weeks we may a large two storey hall, plans of which have been. made and it is virtually decided to put it up in the near future. Our school house is one of the bese and most attractive in the country. having a well equipped library for which I understand an entertainment is to be given in. the near future. Within radius of three miles of Cle- verviHe there will be in the. neighbor- hood of five thousand acres in crop this 1900. Frank, FRANK. Feb. inquest was the water1 is frozen in the drain and is flooding a part of Dairies Street. The frost mokes digging very difficult at this season of the year and yet tho Council are desirous of keeping the town in -ood shape. The quarterly conference of the Al- berta Stake convenes Saturday next. and Van Brown is able to be out again. For several days he has been in bed with the "grip." A. few of the young men opened a gymnasium in the Card Block. John F. Parrish returned home to- day from the Red Dacr Contention to which he was one of the representa- tives from this part. He introduced the resolution regarding prohibition. seconded D. S. Beach. The reso- lution was not put into the plank as introduced but they were successful in having a prohibition plank put in the nlatforrn. day. The verdict was that during tem- porary despondence he killed himself by shooting. -He had written to his brother stating that he was prer pared to meet his God and had been reading the Bible, which was open on the table in the shack. .Two spotters with ficti.cious names came to Frank on the 15th visited the fast.houses near Blairmore The resuly was that seven mistresses and inmates were summoned to the Frank Police Barracks for selling liquor without a license. Each were fined and costs by Justice Mc- Lean. It is reported that the houses at Coleman were also fined for the same reason. BLAYNEY. Blayney. Feb. Lyon is in rethbridpe" with a bad case of blood poisoning in his foot, caused by runn- CLEVERVILLE inc rusty nail in his heel. He.suf- CJeverville. Feb. 17.-Mr. Patten of, fered ereat pain for a days, Iowa, was in.: Cleverville during- the but under the care Mmvburn. last week, finishing up the securing of candidates for the Woodmen of the World, which we understand Mr. Simons had not Mr. Hans Hue ..made a trip to Cal- is able to be around again with the aid of a crutch. A few of the neighbors sprung a surprise on the family of Wm. Fowlie nans oxuu last Saturday evening. Everybody during the past week on bust-! had a splendid the r. _ Harx-inrr and sineriiMr. Music -The- school board have installed some very fine .pictures'in the school ening in was furnished by the and Walter Hatfield. and singing. Music Paulson boys John Fowlie A GOOD TIME TO BUY FURNITURE By no meaas the least important feature of our WEEKLY SALE is the showing of that particular type of Furniture, associated with tlie homes' of culture and refinement. There no greater mistake than to suppose because the policy THE HOMEMAKERS is Teased upon low margins of pro- fit and big turn-over that the importance of the higher grade goods is lost sight of. A large proportion of the stock in our Furniture Department con- sists of articles of sterling worth and beauty. The.most improved conceptions of DESIGN, the efforts of the most highly skilled CABINET MAKERS and the markings of the finest woods find expression .in the display which comes under the heading of HIGH GLASS FURNITURE- For FRIDAY and SATURDAY _ We Offer Rugs Reversible Smyrna, Oriental designs, colors bright or neutral, fine weave, short nap, heavy quality, tuitable for halls, arches, arches or bedsides for Wiltons in dark tones or bright well-woved, good value, size 60 in. x 30 in. for Pa.rlor Suites, 1 only 3-piece Suite i 1 ouly 4-piece Suite Mahogany Dressing Tables STRICTLY ALL NEW GOODS for for for Turpin Furniture Co. THE HOME MAKERS WHEI You CANT SLEEP. There is many man and womnn night after upon a bed. Their eyes do not close in tho B-.vcot and refreshing repose that coincs to whose heart acd nerves are right. Some consti- tutional diNturlance, worry or disease has uo dsbiliuted and irritated the nervoui that it cannot bo quieted. .Or ngtiin, you have, a sinking sensation, feclii.'g you are going to die; or perhaps, you wako .in your sloc-p feeling as though you were about to ciiolce or and rest leavea you for the night. If allow these conditions to couiinuo .for a even, you will begin to fetl your health declining. It is thu heart not acting rightly, and they can only beset right by the use of Miluurh's Heart and Nerve PilL. Tliey iijfluce health- ful, refreshing sleep, not by deadcniiig the ntrves, but by restoring them to healthy action. Mrs. E. Nuct, St. Mary's, Ont., "I can gladlv rccunmend your Milbuni's Heart and Nerve Fills as 1 was greatly troubled with my nerves. I was so bod-1 could not sleep at night without lamp but after taking four boxes of the pills I became all right again." Price, 50 cents per box; 3 boxes for at all dealers or The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont Contractors We have just unloaded 3 sane some good old Scotch songs that made everybody laujjh. Walter Hatfield played several cood pieces on the guitar. Mr. Wm. Fowlie, Sr., and his daughter-in-law. Mrs. Wm. Fowlie, Jr.. delighted the crowd by thuir dancing the Highling Fling. After n, nice, little supper, furnished by the ladies of the party, everybody went home voting Mr. Fowlie and fa- mily right "rood entertainers. Mr. Blaine" had the misfortune to lose a fine colt by being- cut on a wire fence." WESTMINSTER GUILD. A most comprehensive address on the origin and work of the Laymen's Missionarv Movement, was' given by the Rev. of the Baptist Church, at the Guild on Monday evening. Taking as his text, "The marching orders of the Church of "Go ye therefore and teach all nations and lo, I am cars Hardware and Nails Get our prices Sure to interest you Hayr Bros. Phone 75 P.0.8n27 Jrvinfr expressed appreciation, of Mr. Reid's address, and showed how the Laymen's Movement was not confin- ed" to foreign missions alone, but also embraced those of the home field, as 'we, for convenience., are wont to term them, though no line can be drawn, as there are no foreign missions and there are no Home mis- sions, but it. is the same old Gospel preached to mankind everywhere- Mr. Irving- brought his remarks to a close with Kipling's lines: "For there is neither east nor Nor ever the twain shall etc. Rev. Mr. Whiteman, of Cardston, added on and quoted sta- tistics showing the great growth the interest in missions in the City of Toronto alone, in one year, as shown'by the. tripled increase in the missionary offerings, the Baptist congregations donating and the Presbyterian last year. Only onethird of the world's popula- tion is Avithin reach of the Gospel. What are we doing to help the other two-thirds? is a personal question for each of us to answer. After Mr. Reid's solo, "I'm Far Frae Mv which touched the hearts of- all, Mr. Gordon closed with prayer. Daily Herald Market Place have idl or tt pUce it If wMt uytktaf HU this 25c lor SITUATIONS VACANT general servant. Ap- ply to Mrs. .McKicol, 1110 Bompas St. 58-4J good general servant. Apply to Mrs, Frank Colpman, cor- uer of Dufierin Burdett Sts. 55-O housework by the uay ,or in the evenings. Apply Mrs. Lethbridge P. 0. 53-0 YOUNG LADY and Colonial Photographic Co. .Eooms 1 and 2, Oddfellow Block. 544 as engineer on steam plow; good references furnish- ed. Apply to Box C, Herald Office. 53-12 wanted, close in, by married couple; no family. .Ap- ply at Hub Cafe. general ser- vant, at once. Apply to Mrs. Bar- ford, 419 Burdett St. 56-3 good general servant. Apply Mrs. V. W. McGuire, 529 Bound St. 56-6 Sam's 'Cafe. wanted, at Chow 57-0 for Leth- bridge district for a first-class life insurance company. Apply to Mana- ger, Box 1438 Calgary- 58-6. TO RENT- TO Restaurant; fully equipped. Apply Win. Porten Ar- lington Hotel. 57-0 MARRY OR PAY. Sofia. Feb. Bulgarian Sc- braoje has voted to tax bachelors over 30 years of age yearly. .The proceeds will be devoted to educa- tion. Bio Auction Sale with you alway, even until the end of the" Mr. Reid showed how Christianity, from its humble origin at Antioch, finally gained a. foothold in Rome, and thence to all the then known world, of'which Eome was the centre. Following this line of thought Mr. Reid briefly narrated the origin and growth" of the Laymen's Missionary Movement irom a haystack prayer meeting held by five earnest young men 'to pray for the advance of for- eign, missions, to the world-wide the present day, sup- ported by the most practical men of the At1-a-business men's banquet in New York; the subject of foreign mis- sions was under discussion, and it w'as acknowledged unanimously that as individuals they were not''doing their duty in the promoting of.: this camse. As a result The'. Laymen's Movement (not an organization) -was started, and several of the leading business men of the'.United States were appointed to visit the foreign fields of India, Africa and China, and to report- on the situations in these places from a business man's. stand- point. "These men wont at their own ex- pense. ..leaving their own work to others for the" time being, and their several, reports of the value of send- ing the Gospel to the foreign na- tions-created a deeper interest in missions generally 'throughout the, business world. And this interest! has' spread and deepened, until day we have a movement consisting of "many of the most clear-j 23 Irbn Beds, 57 Mattresses, 49 far-seeing men of the: con- j Springs, 3 Kitchen Ranges, 6 Oak of their time, talents Heaters, 150 Cups and Saucers, 300 and means to stir up a sense of. re- J plates, 200 Side Dishes.. 200 Spoons, sponsibility in the matter mis- {130 Knives and ForKs, 50 Lamps, sions in every individual. Each' onejcnajrSi .tables, linoleum, jugs, sugar of .us has a personal work to do in j bowls, table oilcloth, pots, pans, ''the teaching of all and if <'ties; and a great many- other we" neglect that work it.must remain: numerous to mention. -undone. ian After the singing, of hymn 458 Mr..-; TERMS CASH. PHONE MOTION PICTURE THEATRE for sale, in thriving British Columbia city; owner must realize immediately. Apply T. E. Lethbridge Herald. 45-12 W.L. WILSON, Auctioneer will hold the largest auction sale of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CROCK- ERY AND KITCHEN UTENSILS (contents of the large boarding house at Royal ever held in Lethbridge, at the Comer Glyn and Ford Sts. next Irrigation Hall, on SATURDAY, FEB. 20 AT 1.30 P.M. SO ocrcs of irrigated land in pieces of 5, 10 or 20 acres, close in, a bargain. Standard Land Co. Ltd. i; CAPITAL, SURPLUS, Wiuipeg Fire Insiraice Co, The Ha Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET lot! Nortii of tke lillroaJ ail Wot ofWotiniiittrM. FROM EACH TJ ACV One-third cash, one-third G months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum Mb, WANTED' TO 4 to 6 ft. plate glass cigar case; also .National cash register; must be in good condition. Address N. M-, P-0, Box 495. 36-0 FOR wheat and baled hay. 0. M. Keding, North Ward. 46-12 FOR Hay for sale, first class blue joint, at per ton. Ap- ply L. S. Kipley, office 8, McDonald Block. l unfurnished rooms. 25 Argyle Ave. Ph-one 124. 57rO LAND FOR SALE T. E. PATTMON. Offiot, Oliver Blodt. OM 2 LOTS McKILLOP ADDN., NKAB Ellison Mill, 3 LOTS ON WESTMINSTER CLOil to school, 1 ACRE LOT CORNER OK McBETH Bailey St., mile from 1750. ACRE OPPOSITE THE LAST 6 ROOMED HOUSE ON TOBRANCE Avei, Cash 9260 per month until paid for. Rente lor per month. SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining rights .of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Territories and British- Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at ac annual, rental .of an acre. Not more than acres will be leased to one applicant. for a lease must be made to the Agent or oi ft district in which the rignta ap. plied for -are situated.. In surveying territory the land must be described by or le- gal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveysd territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied, by a fee of .which will be refunded if the righ'ta applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty -shall be paid -on .the. mer- chantable output of the mine at the rate of five.cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining which are not being operated anall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with ,.a sworn, statement'tp that effect at least? once in year. 'The lease will include the-.- coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may sidered necessary for the working 61- the mine at the rate of an acre-. .for full, information, applteation should' be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W.W.CORY, Deputy Minister of the publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. FOR on Cuutts, St.. close to school, at each; 1-3 ance easy.- H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. FOR North Ward'lots, cash, balance per month. This is the" best buy in North Ward. Realty Co. SOUTH AFRICAN Veteran. Scrip for sale, located or unlpcated. Apply R. :R; Room 26, HiU 'Block, or Box 603, Lethbridge, Alta. 55-6 LAND F.OR SALE-T-Improyed section; 380 acres in winter., wheat; half mile of shipping point; per acre; good terms. Alberta. Realty Co.: on Ashmead, hear ton. don St., 1-3 cash, .balance -3 :and G months. Alberta Realty Co.. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR store buildings, now occupied by J. J. Johnston, Schweitzer' Bros., and Joe Fong. Xhepe buildings must be removed in the course of a month or two; For information, inquire at Canadian Bank of Commerce. FOR acres and house, on Crabb St. Apply Yearn Chow, Box 95, City. 55-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18'yean majr 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 iather, mother, son, daughter, brother or lis- ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon arid cultivation of the'land iu each of three years. A homesteader may. live within nine miles of" home- stead on a of at least 80 solelv 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 .home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. reside six. months in- each years from date of homestead entry (including the time required-to reafn hoiileateSu cultivate fifty acres- extra. -A homesteader who has eihaueted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside six months in each "three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interior, publication, ol this advertisement will not be "paid for. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. shares in Leth- bridge Woollen Mills Co., paid up, will sell for cash. W. T- Watson, Box 393, Hosmer, B.C. 55-6 WANTED TO piano; state price, terms and cash; and c.w. Herald Office. 55-0 LOST AND FOUND. Eureka, a fur throw. Owner can have same by calling at the Eureka. 58-0 May, 1903, one brown horse, 8 years old. weight nearly 000 Ibs.. branded B on right side 60 hip. Also black mare colt, coming two years old, narrow white stripe in face. Both had halters on at the tiine they disappeared. A reward of will be paid to the party re- turning them to N. J. Christen sen, township 15, range 18, section 2.. Post Office. Taber. 58-6 Will be received by the undersigned until Monday, the 8th of-March, for the position of Inspector for the City of Lethbridge, Alberta. Duties will comprise reading of electric light meters, inspection wiring in buildings, and sanitary in- spection. Please send copies 'of credentials, and state salary. Population, G. W. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. The Habit