Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDGE HEKALD SPECIAL PUBLICITY NUMBER From a Western Window was HER POCKET. (His View.) a dainty, tiny thing, With curly hair and dreamy eyes, I watched her furtively, and wished That I could draw as dear a prize. When, suddenly, she seemed alarmed, Began to act a trifle queer, Poke anxiously around her waist And in her gloves to wildly peer. I looked at her in true alarm, Alas! that all my scattered wits Could not recall a thing to do For pretty maidens having fits! I watched her grab each arm in turn, And pinch it firmly every place, Until I saw a tiny lump Appear amid the filmy lace. j She. clutched it. Were it made of gold She could not wear a look more pleased. A two by She then, at last, she sneezed! York Herald. No day is well spent, that is spent without a still This bit of wisdom caught my eye the other day and haunted my brain, till at last I had to admit its presence, and give it some consideration. So now I pass it on. We all realize that there is a profound truth hidden in this modest little, remark, but prefer not to apply it personally. For it is a fact that" many of us live such busy days from early dawn to dewy eve, dayd filled with multitudinous du- in importance, but all clamoring for attention, that some- times, to our shame be it saiu. ihere is no "still moment" till we lay. our tired heads down at night. And even then there ing thought weary brain the events of the day are work and pleasure are planned. for the great clock of humanity." And so when Lent comes there is a quiet lime, when we may seek to get in tune with the universe, and find cur own little place in it. One does not to go into the seclusion of a nunnery to do this, as many people supposed in bye-gone ages. The strong soul is he who in the midst of duties keeps a tranquil mind. It's hard sometimes to keep this mental poise, but it is a habit well worth cultivating, and stands one in g-'od stead on Blue Mondays, when "everything goes from the time when the children's rubbers re- fuse to be found in time for school till the evening hour1, when unex- pected company arrives for dinner and it's a "scrap dinner." It takes stores of saved-up calm to get through such days, und this ireful ccmiiicui ty may be packed away in those half hours of quiet which I hope we'll all resolve to cultivate henceforth. At Christmas time many letters from the big cities of the East bore on the envelope flap gay red square stamps which were rather puzzling. One said Merry Christmas from a sanatorium for consumptives in Ham- ilton, and I made haste to open this I' MOVING I-RICTURES ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1 Poor Officer 2. Nervous Twitching 3. Rip Van Winkle 8 O N Q- "When You Love Her and She Loves Yo'1" CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE Miss Cosy Smith and her Original Louisiana Picks (o People) The their lat- est success "Wanted a Prop- erty Man" (7) Vaudeville Stars and is worth sixty cents. Five worth three dollars. This, is t "TaG Day. a bit of gentle comes to us "in the end the sift ofi-rra.ft 01} tue D1S- good-natured public which is received and helped along with hearty commendation. fo old-fashioned schools there was Wc Vender how long it will be often a rule that every cirl had to' "'-'fore this "truly sanitary" stamp spend a certain pan of the day alone, j Caches the West, and what organi- getting acquainted with her own i 2Jltinn will be the first to use it. thoughts, and cultivating repose. That' a safeguard against nervous pros. 1 There is an amusing little Bridge ana sne near. ly fainted. The club broke up, for getting even, the refreshments in the general excitement. That night ,as Mrs. Powler falter ingly 'told her husband all about it he burst out laughing, and said "Never mind, I'm about twenty thou- sand to the good in a land deal with La Poulet today, and traded in your old gas wagon, which Mrs. La Pou- let will never use. So you are even." We are told that the Bridge. Club never met again. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Last Wednesday afternoon Mrs. W. J. Armstrong received for the first time since her marriage, in her pret- ty home on Kedpath Street, and a stream of callers, many of whom had known the bride for years, and had watched her grow up, called to wish her all prosperity and joy in her new i home. The rooms looked very cosy land inviting, and the bride was a picture of girlisli grace in her wed- ding gown of white embroidered chif- fon, made in Empire effect. With her Mrs. O'Hagan received in a very handsome gown of champagne with touches of pale blue and yellow. Little Merle O'Hagan, the younger sister of the bride, made a pretty lit- tle picture in her white silk frock, as she opened the door for the visitors. The tea table was done in pink and tration, and if we all could take half an hour a 'day for rest and quiet it might make a difference in the world_'s. Not for nought was it said "In quietness shall be story in this month's Canada West, which is not without points of inter- est. It ha-s one very grave fault, however, and that is that it puts bad ideas into our heads and raises ambi- your and there are few of i tions which can never be realized, us who have not realized that the j After reading the little yarn, each but those hushed times h'ave seen ourselves. truest moments of our existerice-jour one of us will live in hope of getting real life are, not the bustling ones, on some red letter afternoon a hand when we such as is the climax of the story, J even as cribbage players dream about j "a twenty-nine" and often dream" t for a lifetime. i The heroines of the so it is a g< Lent.' As Henry Dyk! JJyke "The mere marking of times and T whon r-'-.caused the trouble, were Mrs. La Pou- yt aud Mrs. Powler. The tatter's j automobile went far in elevating her _ _ Oi t j. il_______ __ _ e AI_ _ Y Ji__ the common. life over the individual sons when men agrto stop wor is and wholesome white, centred with carnations chiffon prettily draped. Mrs. and W. the position -of the Leader of So- It reminds a man to. set his own little. now and then, by LOVERS o: Candy will find' the best and purest here. We make all our own CANDIES and can guarantee the ingredients to, be perfectly good and fresh. Our efforts to please grow with our busi- ness. Try our candied Fruits, Mixed Candies, Bonbons, etc. of awful Tangahoula." Mrs. La Poulet, smarting under the sting of the Pow- :ler red devil, heard of bridge as a ;of high society, promptly utilized and won. The bridge in- faction spread rapidly, a club was organized, and as it. seemed most un- becbmiing for Tangahoula to place itself in the same class as "those rural communities where they play- ed euchre at parties and served iced tea with soda it was. decid- ed to play for a nominal sum per point. At the first .club play they tnade this sum five cents. On this eventful afternoon Mrs. La H. Morris presided at the tea urn, and Mrs. Downer cut the ices. Mrs. E. B. Hill, in white point d'esprit over pink, and Miss Agnes O'Hagan, in the dainty pink gown that she wore _ as bridesmaid at -her sister's wedding, assisted in serving, the many dainties to the guests. Mrs. O'Hagan is to be congratulated that she is to, have her'daughter so near her, as it is only a step from the new home to the parental roof. Mrs. Conybeare gave a small Bridge last Saturday afternoon, at which Mrs. J. J. Johnston was the lucky prize winner. This little prize wag especially apropos, as it was a tiny jug covered with cards, so dear to the heart of the fair "Bridgeite." The social ball for this week was DON'T KNOW HEART AFFECTED. More People than Aware of It Have Heart Disease, Our; of one, people would surprised it num- ber of persons walking about suffering Iron htsHrt disease." This startling statement wu nude by r doctor at recent inquest. I should no; like to say that heart disease is M commor. as this would imply." said the expert. "but I am sure that the number of persons going about with weak hearts must be very large." Hundreds of people go about their daily work on the Terge of death, and do not know it. It is only when the shock comes that kills them that the unsuspected ness of the heart is made "Bub undoubtedly heart weakness, not ia more prevalent I should thiok that the stress of living, and rush of modern business life, have a lot to do -with heart trouble." There is no dsubt but that this is correct, and wo would strongly advise apy one suffering in any way from heart trouble to a course ot Mil burn's and s. Price 50 cts. per box or 3 boxes for it Jiil .doalers or will be mailed direct on receipt ot price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. PLUTTCftrKO Of MCAltT. Mrs. G. M. White. Williamstown, N.B., rites "I was troubled with weak spells and luii erlng the heart. I was so bad I could lie down in bed. I procured a box of 'ri Heart and Nerve Pilla and they d me so much I got another box and it nutde a final cure. I cannot speak too highly of them. I think they are worth gold." General Hardware Daily Herald Market Place Vr you to Mil reii it ii ifcix equine. If yw want MytUm DW COlMM. 25c one iisertkM f toxrtiou for SI PROPERTY FOR SALE SITUATIONS VACANT general ser- vant, at once. Apply to Mrs. Bar- ford, 41S Bardett St. 62-0 good general servant. Apply to Mrg. Frank Colpman, cor- ner of Dufferin and Burdett Sts. 65-0 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. general ger- 'ant. Apply Mrs. JT. R. Anderson, tJnion Bank. 59-0 good plain cook for private family. Wages Box P., Herald. Apply 61-O Good general servant. Two in family. Apply Mrs. C. M. Arnold, Bartlett Dufferin Sts. WANTED-Good general servant who can do plain cooking. Good wages. Apply 32 Glyn St. 66-6 FOB ttora buildinp, now occupied by J. Johnjton, Schwoitzer Bros., and Foot. Thepe buildings must be removed MI the coarse o( a month or two. For inquire at Bank of Commerce. FOB 8 room house the lake across the track, concrete foundation cellar, and ceis pool. The best proposition in North Ward. Price -with cash. Bal. .n years at 6 per cent. Alberta Realty Co. 83-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. WANTED rTO nano; state price, terms and oagh, and c.w. Herald Office. 55-0 FOR stove and young hene. Addition. Gus. Weuterdale, Duff 61-6 FOR fine team of matched geldings, also team of small mares. nquire Alberta Realty Co., City. 63-O FOR SALE singer sew- ng machine, almost new; one Rem- ngton typewriter in good order; a arge phonograph, with about sisty ecords; a roll top office desk; type- vriter desk, and other articles. Jheap for cash: Apply Gus. Neidig. ''hone 292. 66-O 'OR team .ponies, brolu en single, double and saddle. Weight Ibs. cash. Also one Wanted hoar per day, morning or evening. Address Bartholiinew, Lethbridge Herald. orojcen single, double and, saddle, weight Ibs. cash. Apply P. O. Box 1387, Lethbridge; or to S. W. 1-4 3341-22. 664 SITUATION WANTED Position as foreman on farm. Married, competent to Half section of first class prairie land, improved or otherwise, fii at. riff.- Tln-r- IT TTanld set rolling when Mrs. on Monday F. Colpman afternoon, was "at Poulet and her best against Mrs. Powler friend played and her best friend. The score was almost even at the end of the second game of the 'hird. rubberj and then Mrs. Powler herself a "no-trump hand, the 'lighest cards in spades and clubs, the hree highest and two low hand good for five odd tricks. Of course she "made it noimtr rumps, and was_ready to expire of of home" to her many friends, and throngs of visitors .crowded the spa- cious rooms and enjoyed "tea and for an hour or so. Mrs. Colpman looked very well in a cream gown, and was assisted in welcom- ing her many guests by Miss Colp- man, also in cream. The two small daughters Of the house attracted many admiring and were very dainty indeed in little' white frocks and blue sashes. The tea table was a symphony in pink, with its centre of nodding pink carnations surround- ed by billowy masses of pink chif- fon. Little individual vases, each holding one carnation, added to the artistic effect. Tea and coffee were served by Mrs. E. N. Higinbotham and Mrs. W. Robinson presided over the jellies and ices, which were pink and white. Mrs. E. SharmaTi, Miss Hardie and Miss MacBeth help. his tea one of the pleasantest of the eason. Mrs. J. B. Murray returned on Tuesday from an extended trip in Ontario and Manitoba. Mrs. "W. A. Hamilton is enjoying a visit from her mother, whose stay helped to shorten the tedious time spent in quarantine. The Euchre given by Mrs. J. R. Anderson on Tuesday night was in the nature of a bringing to a close the gaieties of the season, which h'as not been lacking in merry dis- sipations. Nine tables were set out in the large rooms, which never seem to be crowded, and the play at times was very exciting, and Mr. McMullen Mrs. Chivers were the prize of February, 1909. M. BARFORD. ed to serve the good things, and Mrs. I Mrs. 'S. Jones, Ivy Cottage, North winners, and Mrs. Vrooman carried og the honors in the lone hand con- test. The dance given by "The Senate" on Tuesday night in Oliver's Hall was a huge success, and great praise is due the. committee and energetic secretary. On every hand remarks were heard as to the presence of such a large number of young married people, many of them comparatively new to our city, and very welcome in our social doings. Dancing began at nine, and was .brought to a close before midnight, when a dainty sup- _, per was served at the Alexandra Cafe i ls nas Deen another banner '.f [week at the Eureka, that popular family theatre, where a good pro- gram was presented every night and imemusely enjoyed by the vast au- diences. Tonight will, be all the theatregoers last opportunity -to see those clever Louisiana Pickaninnies in their buck 'and wing dances and sweet singing. Also the Barrets Will pay cash for South African Scrip. JSo delay. Box 101 Herald of Regenerated Abundance Oats can be seen at the Customs office. Early maturity and heavy yields are 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. full charge. Several years' exper-1 Office ience. References from Ontario and L Dakota. Apply G. McAllister, mond City. Dia- 62-6 young lady with good references and considerable experi- ence, position in a store or office. Ap- ply Box T., Herald. 63-6 two ladies, positions as cook and -waitress. Applv at once to Box N., Herald. 65-1 OFFICE TO the Postoffice block, per month. Steam heat- ed and electric lighted. Apply at the Postoffice. 65.O TO RENT- TO Restaurant; fully equipped. Apply Wm. Porten Ar- lington Hotel. 57.0 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that I hav. been made "Assignee and Trustee o certain assets and funds to be paic equably and pro rata to the credit- ors of Fred Rooney of the city of Leth bridge for debts contracted in con nection with the Arlington hotel bus- iness carried on by him in Lethbridge and that all persona having accounts against the said Fred Rooney in.. con nection with the said business are required to send me before the 15th day of March, 1909, a statement o: :-heir account with particulars of the security, if any, held by them veri- fied by oath or statutory -declaration. Dated at Lethbridge this 20th day ANOTHER BANNER WEEK MISS A. class dress maker. Dress making done" at home or by the day. Apply Wallwork St., North Ward. 64-6 LADIES, ATTENTION I when Mrs. Poulet, who jT T 1 -I 1 IT )J llie said, I double you Ruction's Kandy Kitchen Lvcrytlung in season served tastily i! The Coaldale Restaurant ;Mrs. Powler doubled .again, as did her. opponent, and though the ladies at the ,other tables said it was "scan- doubles. Superstition here crept in, and Mrs. La; Poulet refused to have ...__________________________J anything to do with thirteen, and led i out the k'ing of hearts. Mrs. Pow- j ier's partner threw down a. hand with I absolutely nothing in it, and the high on Mrs. Powler's face vanished i when she realized that her opponent 'had a wonderful suit of'hearts, and the lead in -her hands. Mrs. La Pou- 1st had, in fact, eleven in- j eluding; all the high ones. Poor Mrs. Powler! Are you not sorry for her? First. Mrs. La Poulet had supersed- ed the automobile by bridge, and' i now she had added insult to injury I by. beating her at that. j But while these sad thoughts surg- t1 Jed through Mrs. Powler's mind, one industrious accountant suddenly an- nounced, "Each trick counts twelve. Coaldale Block from Ward' children's orders clothes and ladies' the hall and mingled with the gay nnjfl_OOT v blouses and underwear, on tLc- short- chat and laughter, helping to make est notice. Bos 302, City. 46-24 THE NEW ALEXANDRA CAFE The most popular Cafe in Alberta judging by the people's liberal patronage and their .appreciation good things to eat. FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Prices within the reach of all. Lunches from lOe up. All Union Anglo-American help. Twenty people on the staff We are compelled to increase our accommodation by adding a Grill Room. We will also add three new wallers. Give us a call when in Lethbridge. N. H. MURRAY, Proprietor V Cast Chance To secure some of the enormous bargains that we are offering at our Monster Removal Sale We expect to start moving about March 1st. But remember, we will be doing business all the time we are moving. An extra staff on to help to do the Moving Our new store on Round St., when completed, will be the most up-to-data store of its kind between Winnipeg and Vancouver. This is no joke. We can back up our statements. THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERRS Phone 98 Prompt Delivery their screamingly funny sketch. "Wanted a Property. Man." Com- mencing Monday night Messrs. Mor- ris; and Niven: have another rare treat for their patrons. Miss Adah Btey- man, the Southern Contralto, late with the National Opera Co., will be first on the bill, and any one who enjoys, good singing should not fail to hear Miss Heyman Monday night. Another strong feature on the 'pro- gram for Monday night will "be Ley- man and Lewis, two of the best and! funniest, comedians on the- stage. This, with an entire change of mov- ing pictures, 'the best and highest priced in the city, promises to roake the program for the Eureka next week one- of the strongest and the best. TO roomed house just north of track. Apply between 4 and 8 p. m. at 53 Argyle Ave. 61-0 HOUSE WANTED Small house wanted to rent. Apply Box G., Her- Office. 64.3 store or building suit- able for a restaurant in business part of town. Enquire P. 0. Box cash, block of from two to ten Lethbridge lots to be held as investment: Owners only, ap- ply Box H., Herald Office. 143. Lethbridge. SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining righte of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-Wait Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of an acre. Not more than. acres 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 righto ap- plied for are situated. In surveying territory the laud must be described by sections, 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 lee of which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not, A royalty shall be paid on the HOUSE April 1st, 5 Apply Box K., or 6 roomed house, c-o Herald. ROOM room by young gentleman. Box G., "Her aid. 65-0 LOST AND FOUND. bay pony, marked with white star on forehead and branded 7h on left shoulder; reward of 15.00 tor information leading to recovery. Write Jos. Pilsbury, Coaldale, Alta. 65-0. chantable output of the mine at' the 'rate-of five cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining which are not being operated 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 leoaee may be permitted to 'purchase whatever available surface righto may he con- sidered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of an acre. For full" information, application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Bob-Agent of February 24th a certified cheque on the Bank of Montreal for Reward of for recov- ejy. Carroll. Doyle, Taber, Alta. 64-6 Dominion Lands. Deputy Minister of the Unauthoried publication, ot this advertisement will not be paid the person who took a arge topaz ring irom in the Hill return same to Model Restaurant. 65-2 strayed pig. Owner can lave same by defraying expenses. P. 0. Box 435. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wko is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years ARTICLES WANTED WANTED TO 4 80 acres of irrigated land in pieces of or 20 acres, close in, a bargain. Standard Land Co. Ltd CAPTTAL, fa 198 SURPLUS, fire hmct Ct. Western Canada Stock Co. Ltd. Dealers in Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages FINANCIAL AGENTS FOE Austin-Manhattan Conso- lidated Mining Co.. Austin. Nev. Capital Shares advance from 60c to 65cc Lethbrirfge Agency J. ACTON P.O. Box 294 Office in Chinese Store. Ford Street, beside Palace Livery to 6 ft. plate glass cigar case; also National cash register; must be in good condition. Address N. M., P.O. Box 495. 36.0 66-3 old, may homestead a quarter-section 'of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or-Alberta. The applicant must appear m person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry fcy LAND FOH SALE Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Trantfer Co. LONG Office opposite Balmoral RHONE ea on Ashmead. near Lon. don St., 1-3 cash, balance 3 and 6 months. Alberta Realty Co. FOR full lots on west side of Ashmead, about half way be- tween .Cburtland St. and London'Ed.; no better lying residence site in town; price each, on terms. Box B, A FEW LOTS on Cutbill St., elogA the school and facing east, at proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditions, by father, mother, son, daughter, brother or su- ter of months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his home-- stead -on a farm of' at least 80 acret solely owned and occupied by hium or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a in standing may pre-empt a- quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. reside' six months in each of six years from daie of homestead each, on easy terms. The H. Mac- Apply entry (including the time required n homestead patent) and :ty acres extra.. A homesteader who has exhausted beth Agency, P.O. Block. 6-0 FOR lots and a two storey barn 48 x 16 feet. Irrigated 6 months of the year. Apply Box 483, Lethbridge. gi-g SCRP FOR will sell South African Scrip for Midit consider offer. Box K. Herald, 66-6 his, homestead jight. and cannot ob-' tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain Price per acre. reside sis months in each of three jrears, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W.W-GORY. v Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication bl this advertisement will not be paid for. ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.___... Accounts tf Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders of Credit Savings Bank Department Branch CoaUale Block, St.