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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHMlMt, ALTA., THUftfDAY, FlBAUAftY IMt. 1 The Sailor'i DOK 2. Ntw York 3. Miller and Son 4 -IriuIiFondOf ttiTlio -e o N a- "Clover CONTIGUOUS Mits Cosy Smith and her Original Louisiana Picks (5 People) their lat- success uWanted a Prop- erty Man" Seven (7) Vaudeville Stars NOTE THE SHADOW on the note that it does no shadow our Chocolates. Such proof that our HIGH-GRADE CONFECTIONERY can stand criticism. Purest sugars, truest flavorings and always fresh as a baby's smile. Superb Chocolates, Bon-Bons, Taffies, etc. Tru ours .to- day. Ruction's Handy Kitchen Vadnais' Confession Related In Court (Continued from Front Page.) marks were found from the bouse, to upstairs over the driving shed, and at the Creek between the Vadnais place and Mr. Crawford's place where went -after he was shot. moonlight night It was a bright with snow on the ground and country surrounding was such that a dow was 5 .feet from the Around out- skle. Two shots were Tired irom the outside through that window inside of 'week, before''the visit of the witness. He could find no marks of other shots having been fired. The next, witness was the night nurse at the hospital. ivuew Ri- chard Vadnais for about two weeks before his death. When first saw. him he was perfectly rational. But. .during .the last week of his life, at times he was quite delirious. In answer to Sir. Nolan, witness said, "At times be was asleep, and a.tr times whsn.. quiet." She .was-no he made his will. He Became irrational as he got weaker. On tha night of the 17th he pushed the nurse out of the room and piled., the chairs against the door. On the 18th she was off duty and on the I9tk she was on day duty. He was very quiet .but objected to. the dressing. INTERESTING EVIDENCE D. Fulton of Lethbridge, was the next-witness. He knew Vadnais for eighteen years and knew him before he came to; the country. Vadnais used to have a row with his wife once in "a "while but at other times they .were very. good, friends. He-saw Vadnais in bed at the Hos- pital soon after he first came. As witness came .close to the bed, Vad- nais opened the .coat of the witness and pulled'out a pencil. He drew two brands on the lazy candlestick and horizontal. Then he tapped .the pen- cil twice on the table. Witness said these were Vadnais' own brands. Witness said to Vadnais, "Who shot By using the table beside his bed Vadnais made signs that there were three; at the ;table and that he was eating. Vadnais then shook the News Of the District CLEVER VI LLE Clovervjlie, Feb.. The tvtle at hall wus a grand suc- cetitt, Somo pretty and some very grotesque costumes were worn. The prize was awarded to Mr. Bailey and Miss Nutt, who wore dressed very iieat and pretty in cowboy and cow- air! costumes. Some others 'worthy of note were Mr. Christenson. as Un clo Sam, Master Ralph Hardisty am sailor suits anc Miss Ella Williams and Mrs. Bond school ffirls. JUr. Fred Fleming had a horse cut in the wire very seriously during the table. 'and clapped that two :his hands twice shots were fired. He then! made -signs to show that he person would vhave, difficulty m got on horse and to show that his eetting away without oeing seen. I went awav_ Witness saw Vadnais at Dr. Stac- saw poole's office on Feb. 1st. He had known Vadnais. since 1891 and judged that he (his mental condition) was all right on Feb. "1st, but wounded man would not be in full mental con- dition. He asked Vadnais, shot He pointed to.. Mrs. nais Avho; was present. He showed Vadnais an Eaton "catalogue- and ask- 'ed, were you shot He pointed .to- a picture -of a rifle, but showed ;by touching the picture with his finger that it was a short ;riQe. A picture of -revolver "was on the same Witness-, aslved. Vadnais "Who was' By signs Vad- nais made witness understand that his bpy _and his wife, were at the table -and that Vadnfcis was eating his supper the time the first shot was. :fired., The hole m the -win- Under the circumstances the witness thoUrht the mental condition of. Vad- .nais was good. Witness asked "'him, "Who shot you? Your Vad- nais grunted nodded. The Prosecutor saggested that Mrs. Vadnais be also' asked to Vive evidence" but her counsel, P. J. Nolan, objected as she is now under arrest for; murder. and the case was SQ serious that he. could not advise her to dp so. She could not be compell- ed: to give 'evidence against her will and- she did- not thorbu-hly under- stand -The inquest adjourned to meet at 8 p.m. Thursday night in the sitting. room of the Lethbrictee Hotel to evidence of the boy Vadnais who is expected on the Cardston. evening train from Ed. Ulrich started towards Sun dial by way of Bowviile oh February 12th with his medicine wagon. Mr. Ulrich has a fine outfit 'and hopes to do a -good busings with the Watkins medicines, whichhe is handlinK. A younp- man made use of his time while staying over night at the Ther- ault's mine to enter the store of Mr. G A. Marks, at that place, and approp- riate merchandise to the value ol about thirty dollars. He was over- taken, about five miles Clever- ville and taken to Stavely be handed over to the B.N.W.M.P. He gayff his name as Wheeler from the vlcinitv" of" Claresholm. Dances were given at 'the homes of R- Smith-end Mr. Shady during the past week. r The 'auction at Mr. was largely attended and everything brought a eood price. Our school teacher, Mr. D. W. Pat- terson had a serious accident happen to him on Thursday, Feb. 18. His horse slipped and fell near the school house as he was starting home. Mr. Patterson cut his lips very seriously on the dinner pail. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ulrich entertain- ed a few friends at dancing and cards on Friday evening, Feb. 19. Every- one reported- an enjoyable evening as they always do when Mr. and Mrs. Ulrich entertain. There were dances at Mr. Shady 's and at Mr. s- on Feb. 19; CRAN8ROOK. Cranbrook> Feb.. masquer- ade ball was attended by a large and enthusiastic number and they all seem ed to have a good time. On Monday evening the Salvation Army PUVO n Boston Baked Bean so- cial. There was attendance and a very enjoyable evening was spent, Tuesday evening and Philatbea classes of the Baptist church were a-t home lo their friends. Rev. R. Hughes went to Wasa. on Monday to give the people a service. The meeting was held in the, school house and was welL attended. The services were much: appreciated as such meetings are very-" seldom held there as they have no regular minis- ter.' The preparations for the coming evangelistic campaign are in full swing the different committees were formed on Wednesday last and have -Vim their worfcl' Mr. Brown, who recently lost both arms-in a: railroad accident, has gone to Boston. Mass.; to make some ar- rangements about replacing the miss- ing members; He WAS a general fav- orite among.the' boys and all wish that his highest expectations may be realized in the replacement. Sarvice and family have re- turned from their trip back after having spent three months in visiting friends. i Mother Cave Her Child Away. Bad Otrtn ttp all Hope of Living. Btart Trouble was Curt d by Mllburu's Htan and Nerra Pills. Andrew N.B., "In the your 1905 I wu tick and did not think I could any My trouble wu with my told me that nothing could ba rl'ina ''for ..case like mine. I consulted very best'iioctort but they could do no good. For seven weeks 1 could hardly the floor. I had uo 'pain, but WM ib weak nobody in world can believe how I felt. I had given up all of living tod had given my little girl to mysiiter- in-law, One day friend came to tee me, and Mliiing by Mid, Ljcrie, if I wen you I would try a dote of Milburn's "Heart and Nerve as tbey good for heart trouble.' My husband got me a box, but for two- days T WOB not feeling any bettert but on fourth day my husband said, 'I believe, those are doing you good.' I was able to any, I feel a good, deal better morn ing.' He aaid, 'Well, I will get you... auotber box right away.' I took two boxes and three do eg out of the third one, aud-I perfectly well and have-not been sick ainca then. I win never be withou t them in my home for God knows if it had not been for Mil- burn's Heart and Nerve. Pitts, I would not have been alive now." Price 50 per box, 3 boxes for tl.25, at all or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co.. LinuUd, Toronto, Oat Cardston, Feb. following men from Magrath were in town to- day: George Coleman, Cyrus Coleinan W. H. Gibb, and Joseph Dudley. Thsy are ,g.oing to the Cochrane Ranch with .the view of purchasing there if the land suits them. At the last meeting of the Town Council, James P, -Low was appoint- ed1 town constable. A good deal of discussion, was engaged in relative to the. fire limits. It is Thought that a class. "B" limit .will soon ;-e estab-. iished: Perry is able to be around ag- ain after spending two weeks in the Hospital. Hark A. Coombs bus the stock of Saddlery Com- pany. McCormick .and Rsifty, who owned the Cardston Saddlery Com- fouiid. that it Avas an unprofit- able business at present thu large stores-carry, a: line of leather goods. They made Mr. Coombs an. ffer to take over, ihe .business, which he ac- cepted. B. Cure -vi.11 reinain, he having accepted a situation M. A. Blacksall, of Magrath, has ac- cepted with the iJrm of liam .'lace. mmm We have just received a carload of Prices from upwards Hayr Bros. Phone 75 P.O. Box 27 DOUBLE WEDDING AT PINCHER Pincher Creek, Feb. quiet yet interesting event took place to- nigbt in the residence of the Misses Bull, in the- form of a double wed- di-ig when. Miss Agnes Bull and Mr. R. MeKerrieheiv of the firm of Cook McKerricher, and Miss Mar- garet Bull a'nd Mr. Walter Jack- son of Jackson Bros. Hardware mer- chants were married; The .ceremony was performed by -the Rev. Atchison. The happy couples left on the east train .for their hoji'ey moon trip.- Choose your FURNITURE as you would choose your WIFE. Remember you have to LIVE with it. Let THE HOMEMAKER8 help you to make your choice of new Home Furnishings. Our stock is the largest in the city and our new goods direct from the best factories where skilled workmen have succeeded in combining artistic designs with common sense usefulness. A craving for the simplest effects has invaded the fashion world, not only in the department of ladies'-dress but in that of the entire home furnishings, and our cabinet quick to apprehend the tastes and requirements of the public, have turned out some handsome articles of faruiture, designed in plain styles, withal, their delicately chiselled corners and exquisitely rounded pillars appeal at once to the sense of beauty and rest. Each design is marked not only by originality but individuality, a most desirable asset in the furnishing of a room. LADIES Spring in here. Housecleaningwill soon be over. That corner in your Dining Room just needs a handsome Buffet Your heart has Jong'been set ;on one. Your pretty China is hidden behind wooden doors. Listen! Friday and Saturday! 1 only combination China Cabinet and Buffet, guaranteed oak, goldem finish, bevel plate mirror Regular for 1 only combination China Cabinet and Buffet, quartered oak, highly polished Good Value for 1 only combination China Cabinet and Sideboard, golden oak, 4 shelves, with bevelled glass front, drawers and cupboard compartment, with square bevel mirror abore. for 1 only Buffet, golden oak, simple design, plain bevel mirror, swell drawers, with ample compartments below. Regular Yours for Turpin Furniture Co. PINCHER CREEK Pincher Creek, Feb. funer- al of who was killed on -the C.P.R.' between IV- nie and: Hosmer, B.C., was held on Monday morning. Services in the Roman Catholic Church. A large at- tendance showed .the esteem in which Mr. Smith was held. Pincher Creek, Feb. 21st, to Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Simpson, a daughter. Mr.- and .Mrs. euterjtained a "number at whist and dancing on Monday night. The fire; brigade; wasL called out this morning ..about 7-30. The chimney of Mr.. White's: house caught.but was .'any' damage was done.: The. Irishmen; of Pincher Creek in- tend "holding a banquet on the 17th of March. being made for a biff time. The Pincher Creek flour mill is work time to supply 'the! -increas- ing: "demand for the of the West" flour. Tuesday, the 23rd instv, at Pincher Creek, to Mr. and: Mrs; W. C. Stancer, a. son. RETAO. CLERKS enthusiastic and MEET meeting of the Retail Clerks' Union was held Tuesday evening, when installation. of new officers took pla'ce as follows A. M. Bitchie, pres- ident; Miss A. Kiven first .vice pres- ident; and- Miss E.. N. 2nd viec president. to reorganization. Messrs. Duncan and Kelsey, of the Trades Council, were invited to-attend and made; a few remarks and suggestions to help put the. union on a good sound'. working basis. -A.committee was appointed view, the managers of the stores -of 'the city regarding store and B. Kelsey was requested to assist: MASONIC INSTALLATION E; Comp. G, H. Hogbin, oi Cal- gary, was present in the city Tuesday fright for the purpose of installing the newly elected officers of Shekinah Chapter No. 158, of Eoyal. Arch Ma- sons. A fine gathering of: members was present- to witness and take part in the ceremonies. The following are are the officers for the ensuing year i LP.Z. E. Comp. B. Zv Ex. Comp. Dawson May. H. Ex. Comp. A. G. Messer. J. Ex. Comp. A. C. Kemmis. S. E. Gomp. GPO. F. Pritchard. U'reas: Comp. H. "VVhitmore.' S. N. Comp. C. C. Raven. P. S. Comp. Geo. Whelen. S. S. Comp. J. L. H. prince. -J. S. Comp. C. H. N. Connell. M. 4V. Gomp. W. Haynes. M. 3V. .Comp. G. St. C. Moore. M, 2V. Comp. J. F. Glaysher. M. IV. Comp. F. J'. McKeown. Janitor A. G. Needham. Advantage'-was the gath- ering to present to E. Comp. B. Mor- ton JbneSj the retiring Ruler of the Chapter, a beautiful Past principal's jewel. The design, is executed with great skill and is handsomely set with rubies and pearls. After, the ceremonies refreshments were served and an instructive and enjoyable hour spent in the infonn- ENGAGES AN ASSISTANT Mr. J. E. McGregor, principal of the Lsthbridge School of .Shorthand and Typewriting wishes to announce that he is taking as an assistant in his work at the Mr. Herbert w: Powell of Hull, England. This- gentleman holds a first-class certi- ficate 'for Public School work and he also a thoroughly" qualified teach- er of Shorthand-and Bookkeeping, having-beeji educated at one of the most up to date business colleges in Hull, England. He will cp-operate Mr. McGregor to make his es- tablishment C'Tie of the most up to date institutions for business .train- ing in Alberta.. There will be .six tj-pewriters installed, and a thorough- ly equipped night school be. run. A book keeping class for business men .will be instituted covering all its different branches. These- classes will commence on March 1st and all information will: be given on appli- cation by letter to P. 0. -Box 350, or in.' person by applying .at. 'Mi." Me Gregors office No. 3 and in the Odd- fellows Block. The longest period it has -taken Mr. McGregor to get pupils through their shorthand course has been 3 "months he has already received." applica- tions for stenographers from business men. McGregor has taken in. 'this assistant so as-to enable him. to give :th'e. best ttiition possible ;.to. intencL m ir tt rrat ftoct M ta tbU cdMM. If wut ibis 25c ooe FOU JALI SITUATIONS VACANT general ser- vant, at once. Apply to Mrs. Bar- ford, 419 Burdett St. 62-0 housemaid want- td. Apply Mrs. F; D. Shaw, Bartlett St. 6G-G good general servant. Apply to Mrs. Frank Colpman, coi- ner of Dufferin and Burdett Sts. 55-0 housework .by the day.or in the evenings. Apply Mrs. Phasey, Lethbridge P..O. 53.0 WANTED-Girls Sam's Cafe. wanted at Chow 57.0 general ser- vant. Apply .Mrs. J.. K.; Anderson, Union Bank; 59.0 good plain cook for private Wages: Apply Box P., Herald. 61-O FOB -stove and young hens. Gus. -Westerdale, Duff Addition. 61-6 caretaker by Knox Con- gregation for the new church, servic- es tor commence March 1st. Applica- tion .form .atfd list of duties 'may be- had on application to E. Tj.. :Rylands, ou don St., .1100.00; 1-3 OMii, bcUiMc ami monilu. Bctltj FOB full loU on side of Ashmeid, about way be- tween CourtUnd St. London Bd.; no better lying residence fife in town; price each, on Apply Box B, Herald Office. W-O A LOTS Cutbill St., oloM to the sphool and facing aaat, at each, on termfl. Mac- beth Agency, P.O. Block. H) FOE loti and a two storey barn 48 x 16 feet. Irrigated months of the year. Apply Box 48S, Lethbridge. Notice As a change is about to be made in the firm of McKenzie and Koy, elet- tricians, it is requested that all out- standing accounts be settled immedi- ately. By so doing a discount of five per cent, will be allowed. McKENZIE AND ROY, Redpath St. Lethbridge. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that I have been made Assignee and Trustee of Chairman B. of M. certain assets and funds to be quably and pro rata to the credit- ors of, Fred Rooney of the city of Leth- sridge for delits contracted in con-.. nection with the Arlington hotel bus- ness carried on in Lethbridge and that all persona having accounts against the said Fred; Kooney in con- nection with, the said .business are general-' servant.- Two -in'.family. Apply "JVlrs. C. MI Dufferin Sts. 64-6 SITUATION WANTED. to_ send..nie-before :the, 15th day of 1909, a', statement 'of their account with particulars of the security, if any, held by them-veri- fied by -path or statutory declaration. at Lethbridge this 20th day of February, 19091 M. BABFOED L MALE STENOGEAPHEE With about a year's actual, experience and a fair knowledge de- sires a position "at -bnceT Address Box Herald Office. 65-6 as foreman, on ;arm. Married, competent to take full charge. Several years' exper- .ence. .Eeferences from Ontario and G; McAllister, Dia- mond City, 62-6 Stop Right Here and wait 27th. .We till Saturday have received Next, Feb. instructions from a large house in Calgary; to-sell by public auction the Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Kitchen Chairs, Dining Epom Chairs, Edck- ing Barroom Tables, <3ouch; Kitchen Cabinet, Dressdr and St'ands, Mirrors, Camp Stoves, Steel Stoves, -and Ranges, etc. These goods are' I will sell the-above furniture, at my Auction Eooin, comer of -Ford and. Glyn near :Irrigation Hall, oh Saturday, Feb. 27th, at 1.30 p.m. W.L, Wilscn, Auctioneer Phone 189 have strictly eggs on hand. 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 of wiring in buildings, and sanitary in- spection... Please send copies of credentials, and state salary. Population, G. W. ROBlNSON, Secretary-Treasurer. Teacher Wanted For primary work, Lethbridge Public Schools.. Salary month- ly, duties to commence April 6th, 1909, Applications to be considered March 5th. Aply to C. B. Bowman, Secretary, Lethbridge, Alta. discussion interest of matters of Masonic Everything in tea ton served tastily at Til tatMrnt Coaldak Block of Regenerated Abundance Oats can be seen at the Customs office. Early maturity and heavy yields art obtained with this variety. Orders sent. on clubs in two-bushel sealed bags as originally received from the raisers, Garton Pedigree Seed Co. Orders left with the Secretary of the Agricultural So- ciety will secure the club offer price. Coal. Ice and PRAYING Wtsttrn Transfer Co. j LONG BROS.Proprietori Office opposite Balmoral HHON E ea roung lady; .-with gcod refereaices and considerable -espsri- ence, position in a-store or office. Ap- ply Box T., .Herald. 63-6 TO RENT- TO on Coutts 3. month. Apply G. Delanev, Coutts St. TO .furnished rooms- in- modern house in, good.location. Ap- ply Coutts. St. 64-6 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal noimng rights.of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories .and_Bntish .Columbia. -inaiL- be "leased for a years at an annual rental of an acre. Not more than acrea "will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must' be made to the Agent or.Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights ap. plied for are situated. In surveying territory the land must be described by sections, or le- gal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyBji territory the tract appli- ed: for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom, panied by a fee pt :which will be Tefunded if the righti applied for are not available but not otherwise. A- royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of- at the TO fully) rate of five" cents per ton. eauipped.. Apply Wm. Porten Ar- lington: Hotel. 57-0. FOR Hay for sale, first class blue, joint, at per .ton. Ap- ply L. S. Ripley, office 8, McDonald Block. 7 house wanted, close in, by married couple; no family. Ap- ply. ;at Hub: Cafe, 56-0 TO room, modern. Apply J. Mitchell, 1346 East Bpmpas 60-6 TO roomed house just north of Apply -between 4 and 8 p. m. at 53 Argyle Aye... 61-O HOUSE rent, south of Box Herald office. 64-2 LOST AND FOUND. the Eureka, a fur throw. Owner can have same by calling at the Eureka. 68-0 bay pony, marked with white star on forehead and branded 7h on left shoulder; reward.of for information. leading to recovery. Write Jos. Pilsbury, Cpaldale, Alta. Every lessee of coal mining which are not being operated shall. furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease- will include -the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to puichaae whatever available surface nghta may be oon. sidered -necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of an. acre. For full information; application should be made to the Seereetty of the Department of the Interior, taw a, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ot Jpominion Lands: T 1 Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication ot this advertisement will not be paid for. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE, WANTED TO BUY-Second-hand piano; estate price, terms and and c.w. Herald Office. .55-0 FOR sets counter plat- form scales; each. 'Apply Man- ager Hudson's Bay Co. 59-6 FOR fine team of matched geldings, also of ..small mares. Inquire Alberta Realty Co., City. 63-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR store buildings, now occupied by J. J. Johnston, Schweitzer .Bros., and .Joe .'Fon'g. buildings must be removed in the course, of a month or two. For information, inquire at Canadian Bank of Commerce. FC-R 8 room house iiear the lake across the track, "concrete foundation cellar, sink and cess pool. The best proposition in North Ward. Price with fl.JOO cash. Bal. in years at 6 per cent. Alberta Realty Co. 63-O SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head oj a family, or any Tnale ever 18 old, may 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 by father, mother, son, daughter, brother lis- ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A .homesteader may live within nine miles of his stead on' a 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 nome- stead. Price per acre. Duties. reside ;six months in" etoh of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time reqiiiired .to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. v A homesteader who has exbaoctedt his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside 'six months- in each of tblM years, cultivate nity acres and erect a house worth W.W.COKY. Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not be paid for. 80 acres of irrigated land in pieces of or 20 clote in, a bargain. Standard Land Co. .Ltd. CAPITAL, SWms, 198 Attftt Pb fanmctCi. ;