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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHMIDOI, .AHA., MONDAY, it, (Ml. 1. Willit Party Majitial 4 Perfect Gentleman 8 O. N Good Bye, Dixie bear, Good 'CONTIXUOUS PjEBFOBMANCE Miss Cosy Smith and, her j The their lat- est Success ''Who's Who" 1 j Seven (7) Vaudeville Stars I ELECTIOHS Perliapa'no' other Harder tTtiih the kidneys to preserve the general health ;bf the bjdyand m-wt peoplo are troubl-d ..with Dome kind of Kidney Complaint, but "Uo itu. for some _tim3V" Tiiere backache-i, swxilling of the 'foot and such as brick dast in highly colored scanty or cloudy urine, ''1 if noglected they will evoataafly lead to Oa the first sigr: i ,'the seat of kidney trouble. Albertha B. Clarke.. Stony Creek, "luras "-trouble, ray back weak, I.had such terrible h-.-adaches, and :wis so -restless11 'could not sleep.-at'--night .'aiiid tried everything; Vithoat benefit. Meantime a friend ad vised jne Doan's cured ih.v'.' T now feel as well cWT andvwould- advise 'dealers or Tha T. Milbtiro Co., Limited, ET9ronto, Onfc.' When ordering "specify I tl responsible "eipiiiisod col- ll, AM J-T V- Phiiadelphiar has boxed in ring battles and, has never been knocked hup. His natural fighting weight is 118" To "rive you "a uctt'cr idea iiis YOU_ JVIarino frflS rounds, corning out without n scratch on him giy.inf him. eight on wcigiit" as "boxed' Lauder .was 138 ringside. Cove's and .bun a butted round -.In .we.. boxing. another -Jjt 'Vw :'fe w sV1lft V -V- t- tou0i one arm RTv-irur as 1 have had Harry Lombard against him, I Ve wii'i'.be cy is in shape and you will .see no! iiir the 12 y SHOULD REMAIN BY CONGRESSMAN AT SPOKAliE, AT BAN QU ET OF L U M B E N .ing, a general revision and reduction of the itrict, of Washington, said_ in an ad 'dress at a luncheon in his honor cat Spokane Lumbermen's Club that :an. his fduty'; of 'r Jought Jfe- publication will be' refused. 'Ha' of Herald, Alta.: caU out- ;put of the country nor of the Isorth- The- business is in the .hands a-large number .independent 'dealers and. manufacturers..and. I '-do believe that1 the state ''pf-Tsusiness the last 12 -ate. renders it advisable, to r'e- 'peal' or .reduce the duty upon.'lumber i' Judge Poindexter spoke "at 'in the iatteotioji to] under" "Impose -i- In this article it would appear com- u-as jtfade'-" because in loading these .cattle were This is not the pase, but JJe- a Defined area- declared an ilnfecte'd place necessary pecnlltlmff henca pcrfecting of a.. system of national for- .class ?The 'national, to? tlie gratitujde Ibf tliis and future. generations or in behalf of forest for promoting general intelligence ASSCXJIATrON EOOTBALL. anything Agoing to be done regard iootbUll league for '''.Southern ;Alberta? Two years ago 'a Southern .Crow's !Nest: "cpnip.rising. Taber; -Vas. attempted, but did. ndtlprPve cess -.Unlegs cj.fails I believe-, that and educated ibody. of for- festers, and .system ths TJnited. States.- There Should be' schools 'of scientific .turning out .expert' and pHbvlie opinion should; be cul- tferf. favor .tive- life" work would to fee. kindly "donaited a" "cup, wass never -actually won, by: club.'': .year Lethbridge ;gopds.football, .were ______ ____ ___JTonly played Jjjopd game, ifailure of two IftttelSapl leifui Shis "season. I would "'at "price, wEicS the Crow's .Nest line 'of British vColunabjia, and line of Ijindi includinig: and "'thus leivstlre' She.E league ;beiTun: on; goodnjousiness; ;lines, with. Ifehould the Brewery A big for Bother other could- be se- I would'suggest th'at. a meet-, J of-: fpotball' enfliusiastB" be1" call.ed steps taken for -fortnatipn. ;oi fjuch a league "before the .season; is! top' blealthy rivalry: iith caution, lest in the. trusts a' 'fatal 'blow upon independent V '-I favoif'pf a general revis- ion and' reduction of the, tariff but this in... should be based upon a systematic scale extending, through a period of A 5 A jre block of land, "market garden or manding excellent view ot Calgary. an acre. Adjoin- ingland sold for Will take good Lethbridge in tfpayment.., s PWOSPECTS OF LA BOR CONJECTURED PAPER The n'unet'yl elections in the province Albertu are drawing close, andi the voice of politician is heard in tend. The old-time parties as to the "prosperous Clpns" prevttilinj; in the appears till the more tjio "outs" so far removed from the politidal only disturbing factor likely to upset political calculations if the maifest unrest of labor, and -When your food not been r digeHtwl, body has not received l.he IJtuufit iv- should. The exertions of JbMtric {UUMI entirely to fnthe political "doc cotes. Liberals, p the. fpre lock, a saw' Independent La- Paxty.' Lethbridge, (which -so has only it's "independence" oenses ..of. its and successful in gettiiig a "safe and individual? in vthff person of replace p: Sintfn'oijsi '-the offictat Xiiborat repre-sen'ttitive lit 'Calcary' the' Conservative party bdpfng: to ofTset the advantage al- rcadv gained 'by the Liberals in "wpo inff have invited the railrojid to nominate a caiididate to riin t'andem in the Con- servative team racing for political "su- prernacy iii the" city of 'Calarary'.' So, already there is a 'Liberal Labor' 'representing .Lethbridge, and a pros- pective" "Liberal Conservative L'abot" represeiitative" for' Calgary. To the average "wage worker all this should -be coiivinciiig enough; this 'po- litical intfiffulhfr has 'a' 'deep' purpose underlying it r. all; this drawing jacrpss tHe itrajlfas an? efifort turn the workers asi'de from" "the real issue cpnirontinff the class used altogether tea bottles and am now to TeconiraeW jB.B.B. to.anyone who may 10 unforturi- The.; and Cpnserya.tive par- ties are but political expressions .of "business, .interests" whose whole object is the exploitation pi Labor, upon which prqisperity has" been' biultV' keep divided .upon "side issues ''depends' their "quiet' de'termina- 't'ion 'of labor" to 'rise', put' '.of '.'ife lohir, sluinber' 'riirhtr m'ost 'feared'. That such.-j rising .of Labor .istak- iner; place" is' to "be "seen "i'ty' .the' REAL Labor represented by the SpcTalist party. of Canada; which is 'to 'the situation and; those bpr decoy the oblivion awaiting them.. In" Calgary of tlie..Spc- laiist party will.run; Ednfontpn'i'.yic- tpria, Red Deer, and are placing farmers' in', the political even 'Alacleo'd .njid Socialists are. .ipiiis.. for the cpin- Lumber po. lumBer Vard at corner, of Westminster and Baroness Roads in this city. The site is admirably located, to take side and country trade, being situated They Jiavef icomplefed? .s.iiibstalitival office excellent facilities. This by no means do'es away -yard -north- of IJie track opposite the depot where tbfey 5are still trade and they 'still retain their office on Eedpath the great jtakert jplace 3n 1 unlW and ;the advent'of outside capital, it is" that one ies is keeping abreast of the rapid This wholesale distributing centre and handling in a wholesale way a com- plete line of building supplies from the cement 'foundation- to. the roof shingles .r course of. last year .thev. opened n ''Vi Ti will' run...a as .will in .the, latteij'place-'it. was expected that'" a cprnered con- test would ensue, but to present.' appearances tfie .''Labor.' even .get the .lipinlnT the cbnglpmeratipn. ;which .put him is. to all intents, an4 PUT-; poses' "V The! wi.ll .surely 6e. contested and .the, vote" will see: cl.ass npm- to 'the. ;f ore, ji .not. .actually yic.tpnpusl' ,.the :.of ..vic- tory 'ai-e a. "f orodful' candidate to 'be..- put ;i orwaird. for a cpintainfif ion of the Liberals ;and Cp'nseryatives ba. expected.- .'The sh'rieklntrs" "o f .th'e will not "be lost luron realize, a d ahcrer in. .a. .strpn.? o f uncoJBfiproVmisine; I y orkingixen at EdinoiitoH. .and" no effort will ;spar- ed to" 'defeat 'them at all the .chicaJiery, knp.wTi ;.tp ,pol- liiciaps" will" be '..'v ig; Alberta clause .bids..: "Ci eAl A-.; surely they, with the farmers .will make sojne ppliticr- wpiider' what hais i struck1 that SAFE Mrs.-Mobrhead when the hews came. of the theatre disaster at Acapulcpl but', anxiety, was removed, cejpt of were as ..fiev "3id! pie spur line to Industrial Place, aaed: were purchased by :rrr- "The Toronto :Globc has the Lrifr p! Musical Swiss Bell who .Weslej- Church, on. .Wednesday eyenmc Fob. An entertammiftt tliat is. A 1 r stnctly up-tbrdate lin: ei-y particular, clean and' That-Is the verUict "of all who ed the- given by the sical Eckhardts .in Massey Hall. JBjr-- ery member. the: company Plan now open at tham's. Stock Co. Dealers in f Bonds and FINANCIAL AGENTS into- lidatcd Mining Co., Austin, Nev. Capital i f ShareBadvanW 60c to 65cc P.O. Box 294 in Chinese "Store, Street, Palace Livery :'--1 Everything She Ate A TO CARRY. HAD STOMACH TROUBLE roum TXAJU. thereby only 'giving the blood small of: with which to toe th9 tiaiues. Burdock Blood rkga- lates the digestion, thus perfect health and atrengtlxto i; Mrs! IX. A-'Frixiicisco. Rossland, writes: 4XF suffering from 'stomach trouble of the for .about four years. Everything 1 ale seemed a burtfen with a sickening, taste in my mouth" Jindww troubled with swel- V.VTn i Aiciau said was duo to the disordered my stomaoh. I tried everything and also consulted two pi- phynciapi, no, relief 'For wle 'by all 'dealers. A PROGRESSIVE CONCERN ROGERS-CUNNJNGHAM CO. NOW HAVE EEVEN YARDS, THREE HONESTUDEliS We have just received a carload of Prices from upwards Call and see them Hayr Bros. P.' J. Loriri a younjr' C. P. JR. switchman, was killed in the yards'at Calgausy. :fell; from ra tear -on to .the "i was He ScbtiaV ,THey have also' yards at. .'.Stifling, ...Eiymond and' 'and. ".including" three LetEjJiridge 'yardsj'niakes' 'Seven yards and the1 opera- tions' "of'the new'companies, certainly IpoTis like'mating' Lethbridge fire trade "of 'South pro. jiDerui. ....v-. There, is every that' the ,of: J.'tTbe coining year" i'wul'amply..' .justify the .'.'faith which" this, progressive firm or'der-in-Cpun- cil .has beeri passed fishing iu Clearwaiter... Lake, J...in fishermen it -..are Deplenished. The ;Eailway Com- pany-will apply to the Parliament of Canada at its next session lor Act: .the tiine within which.it may (a) the rail. authorizttd by- Chap- ter' '52 of the Statutes of 1902 to con- struct''from a near Piles Junction, thence, to-.' Shawinigan Falls and; thence to Grand Mere. (b) The railways which it was au- thorized Section 3 (g) and pf Chap- "it; to construct: line revision of the 'Cnrow's Branch" in' Tpwn- Range: .'22 .-.West .ii" a northerly and northwesterly; direction to a -point of with ;the Mac- leod branch of the Calgary and Ed- monton "Railway' at or near .-Aliler- Province, of. ;Alberta, a distance of about 85 miles, (b) A line from a point in the Pheasant Hills .Branch. of the Can- Hcfia'ii' Pacific "in Township '3Ji, 29' 'or'Sp'West'Srd, in' and sbuth; erly' "direc- tion' to 'a. .point'- in "Township 32, 22; the of--Saskatchewau., dis- tance. of. about" 65> miles 'other Con- gregation for the new fehurch, servic- es u to commence; March: 1st. Applica- tion form and list of duties may be had; on application- to B: Secretary. "T) 1 TED "a 't, 'January 16th, Notice As a change is about to be made in of Roy, -elec- is: repjiiested: thai iminedi- ,'atelyZ.-By so doing a. discount of :five -.per cent, :-fv -iSt; -Lethbridge. SO in or 20 acres, close in, 11 Standard Land Co; i Ihe HlbErta Hallway and Irriiatjon Cwnpany Is now Differing for sale the CHEA.PEST LOTS lots Hortl if ttt !mra< iri Kat of laWnta M. 1 JV C T? A CV irLiXlViO mDnthi. balance 12 ___ .Interest 6-0er cent, per annum HcraU larket ym to MM w nwtplact M to tfeto If ym wait 6 fer SI SITUATIONS VACANT housemaid want- ed. Apply Mrs. F. D. Shaw, Bartlett St. general Ap- ply to Mrs. McNicol, 1110 Bompaa St. good general servant. Apply to Mrs. Frank Colpman, cor- ner of Dufferin and Burdett Sts. 55-0 May, 1908, one brown horse, 8 old, weight nearly 000 Ibs., branded B on light fO bip. Also black mare oolt, oominf ;wo years old, narrow to face. Both had on at the time they disappeared. A reward of will be paid to the party re- turning them J. township 15, range 18, section 2, Foii Office, Tiber. 6M housework by. the day'or in the evenings. Apply Mrs. Phasey, fcethbridge P. 0. 53wO as engineer on steam good references furnish- ed. Apply-to Box C, Herald Office. 53-12 good-general servant. AppV McGuire, 629 Bound St. HORSES FOR SALE- HOKSES FOE horsei for sale at the old- Charlie ranch, Sec. 36-7-21, 9 milieg south- east of the city. tM WANTED-rGixis wanted at Chow iife company7 Apply "to" Mana- Box 1438 Calgary. 58-6 general vant. Apply Mrs. I. R. Anderson, good .plain coojt for private vfamilv. Wages Apply Box P., Herald. 61rQ FOR stpye .and yoiin'g hens. Gus.... Duff Addition. 61-6 SITUATION WANTEP. MALE STENOGRAPHER With about a year's actual'experience'arid a; fair knowledge of def sires; a once.- Address Box Office. FOR in North Ward; good ;ohick- TO Restaurant; .fully Ar- .57-0 FOUND-ln to Owntr ttn ty tt Uo COWS FOB cows lor atle. M Stirling. OM bay pony, marked wttb white star on branded 7h on left shoulder; rtwaid oi for information leadinf to recovery. Write Jos. PUsbnry, A1U. 5M3 STOLEN-On Feb. 17, a brindje ter- rier. Anyone having same. will be prosecuted. 60-2 PARTY FINDING MAIL-and fur rug near flour mills, please leaye same at Hatch A Coons office or no- tify Box 568, City. 61-1 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. WANTED TO nano; state price, terms and caah, and c.w. Herald Office. 1HM) FOR sets Counter plat-" ;orm scales; each. Apply Man- ager Hudson's Bay Co. FOR Fox typewriter; s new. Herald...: 60 ARTICLES WANTED. piano, must be in good tone. IdC. C.. Herald. SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- Coal mining, rights of the Dominion n Manitoba, Saskatchewan, the Temtpries and British Columbia, rax y 'at J an 'aiinuai rehtial J of- icre. acres 3e leased1 v Application lor a lease '-must nade ,he district: in .which y'ihe 'iights plied for ar must be deficribed by .or le- jinsuiveyscl ffie" tract appH- id for shall be T Each application must be iccom. ..paniediby atfee :of Ibe tKr applieft for; are not available but not ?otherwise. iA FOR SALE-rBaled Bay for class blue joint, at Api ply TE. jr'yiC.r': Block. house wanted; close .by..-married; couple; no Ap- ply at. Hub .Cafe.: TO modern i Apply J. Mitchell, Bbmpas Sate cents..per ..ton. g, mining, srighti awhicfr nlurnish 'the district "Agent of. Domfii- 3on Lands with' a Bworn statement y leasUojiceiin: eacli year; ._ he lease will coal :SniningAlights inay 'siirfa -majr -foe-, coju the TO :RENT4-5 rooined just north of track-1 Apply; between 4 and-! 8J p; For be made- to Ithe Dominion -Lands; LAMDi FOR, SALE FOR This- 'Jjesii'1 North Ward, LAND TOR JBecti6n; "in of shipping point i" per. "acre; good terms. on 3 ipb. FOR Warner, ..three Jots, 17, and shed; block., 8, fiye-iwire aii'd' poultrv fenceqij for cash, Lethbridge. inside residen- tial price.; 60-0 FOR SALEU-Two full lots ..on 'West side of ;A9hmead, about, half way; be- tween iCourtlAnd. St. i and London residence site in town; price' on terms. Apply Box B, .Herald Office. A ;FEW LOTS on CutbiJl- Sfc, close to, the school..and, facing east, at each; on easy terms. The H. Mac-! b'eth Agency, P.O. Block. 6. J Deputy Minister of .tjfieVslnteripr.. this advertisement wul' WEST tf REQULATI ONS ;a family, of any 'male over "18 yean jnayf .hpmestead a :g.uarter-aectwn lot. Dominion1 Mafti- itoba, Saskatchewan or AlberU. c ffie the _ Agency for the district., by on certain mothers-son, daughter, brother-or ter of intending homesteader. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR acres and house on bb Apply Chow; Box 95, City. 5M FOR SALErrSmall new house, on for sale; cliicken house on property also; price 400. will han- dle; will rent' and Tilley. 60i3 and cultivation theUimd in each of three years: live within home- V v''; A stead on a farm: of solely-owned and doccu by his fatheri'-'iiiiiotheri brother sister. iln- dJstricta in good quarter-section stead. Price per reside six -.months fc of r six years from date of homeoUad eritry (including the 'time requiied to earn homestead patent) and ctjltiYate fifty A homesteader who exhausted his homestead right and ;eaniiot ob- tain; a may1 a pur- chased homeitead In certain, dittiictr Pricfr acre. reside abr- months, in each of years, -cultivate fifty 'and erect a house worth Deputy "Minister of the Interior. ol this advertisement will not paid ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD p Capital .V. A ReMrve and Undivided ProfiU. Acctwrts if Fimm luckrs .Lettwt of Credit ;