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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALMftTA, tUElOAY, JANUARY fAOt FIVE MOVING PICTURES. G9- ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE Bennett Sisters Will Ward Singing and Dancing Specialties Black Face Comedian 1. Madame's Fancies 2. Literary Lion of the Hour 3. The Wood Choppers Daughter 4 The Charmed Umbrealla Dora" Prices I5c and 25c Coitiwwis Perfornaace Startiif at 7.30 Raymond 'Kaymond, Jan, heaviest snow of tho season fell yesterday af- ternoon and evening. About. a foot of gnow' covers the ground. The "ther- mometer registered thirty .below zero this: momiixg'. School opened this morning after a week and a half vacation. There are three new teachers. Miss Monroe ar- rived Saturday from Calgary, and reside at the Manse. The Ray- Frank Frank, Jan. young men of Frank a Citizen's Ball on the 31st Dec. at Frank, ..which.-was a bril- liant affair. People from Colomun Maple Leaf, Passhurg, Hillcrest, Bella vue and Lille were present. About seventy-five couples assembled at the upper rooms of the opera house where a most enjoyable dance was exper- ienced" The supper was provided by the Imperial Hotel. Amongst those Mi'.-L. 0. to uis section 11-21. He is tibo Jiaul lumber from Letfcbridge for -it. Mr. Barrett is one of tho old North. Da- Icota farmers who believe in Southern Alberta soil uud climate. He several quarter sections of land in tiw vicinity of Barrhill. {Mr. Ohfirloy Goode went to Clares- holm the Jasc day of the old year. Perhaps Charley has something new I to .'look after m Claresholm. f The postmaster report.s that pieces "of mail matter were posted in Barrhill during the month, of Decem- ber. 890 pieces of mail matter have posted since the twice a week postal -service commenced, on the first of November. This is- pretty good farmer's post office. The Barr- hill people believe, in good mail ser.- vice and our present mail carrier is a good man. The Literary is to have its meet- ing at Barrhill postoffice next -Wed- Color, Flavor, Fragrance are tho strong points of GUARANTEED Atsoiuray PURE IN INDIA. mond Young People's Society will present were Mrs. A. V. Lang, Mrs. hold a business meeting Wednesday at! J- H- Farmer, Mrs. (Dr.) O'J-Iftgon, seven- thirty p. m. at the Presbyter- ian Church. jMiss Davis, the presi- dent of the society has left Raymond and another president must be elect- All members are, requested to be present and new vine's will be welcom- .Johnson of Taber has taken Miss Calder's room at school. She arrived Saturday and is- staying with Mrs O'Brien. Mr. Ivan Davies returned Saturday from" the mountains. ANOTHER SENSATION AT THE EUREKA. Although the train didn't arrive until after 8 o'clock last evening, the clever little Bennett Sisters, song and dance artists, and Billie Ward, the clever black face comedian, succeed- ed in Claying one performance at the Eureka last night, and everyone went home satisfied that the manager of this popular theatre intends keep- ing up the good reputation this play- house lias already These clever little girls art- well worth" the price of 'admission and the theatregoers of this city should ;not fail" to see them, as they are only here for one week. "Winnie, who is but a little tot, is the cleverest little buck and wing dancer that ever visited our city, and possesses a great many medals for her clever footwork. Billy "Ward, who is an old time minstrel, is also very clever on. his feet, and his parody on "Yes, She is a fide snlitter. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Province of Alberta. Hrs. G. Dougall, airs. C. Plummer Hill of Hillcrest, Mr. G. E. C. Mar- tin, Mr. J. H. Farmer, Or. O'Hagan, Mr. H. Murphy, Mr. C. P. Hill, Mr. G. E. C. Martin, Mr. Wiuteside and many-others. The success of the ball .was due to the lady patronesses, Mrs j-Alberta, wichin the purview of" "The Extracts from the Rules Belating to Private' Bills. 52. All applications .tor Private Bills, properly -the subject' of legisla- tion by the Legislative Of A. V. Lang.-Mrs. J. H. Farmer, Mrs. G. H. Maieolmson. The music was by. the Bellevue Orchestra. Mrs. A. V. Lang a very en- joyable party this afternoon, Mrs. C. P. Hill and Miss Coleman captur- ing the pretty prizes. Mrs. (Dr.) G. H. Malcolmson, left with her family for Kingston, Ont., on -Monday. for visit. Barrhill Barrhili, Alta., Jan. new year, has appeared. 31ay it be iiappj and a lucky year for all. It made its approach, sunny and mild as can be expected. -The lucky man to get the contract on house building was one 3Ir. Pearson, from Iron Springs., He is already hauling lumber to the place so xve will soon be pleased to see the building go up. It will im- prove the look of the country. Another larp-e building is soon to be erected." Tt is a. big barn which KI- MERCHANTS BANK. In another column appears a re- port of the annual, meeting of the Merchants' Bank of Canada and tiie financial statement oi that well' known and substantial institution. During 1908; which was, as we all know, a year of stringency, the bank was enabled to report nearly 000 in profits from the year's busi- ness. This is a splendid record, and speaks well of the efficient and care- ful manner the bank has been con- ducted. 'The bank is in aa excep- tionally good condition, and merits the-'high position it holds among the financial concerns of this country. The local under the manage- ment of E. W. ifeMullen, is nourish- ing, and though only established here a short time a splendid business is reported. Good night. music at the Eureka every Do not forget that our Removal Sale )Is still going ,on, every- thing selling at low prices On Thursday and day will be our 'two Special Bargain Days Watch OUT ad. on Wednes- day every and get some of the bargains we have.to offer. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Prompt Delivery. WHOLESALE "OR RETAIL Phone 98. A NEW STORE CARRYING Groceries, Chinese and Jap- anese Fancy Goods, Chinese FireCrackers, Preserved Gin- ger, Chinese New Year's Candy HONG LEE CO, Opposite Palace Livery Fonl Street JIM JACK, Manager British Korth America Act, whether.' for -the erection of a bridge, making: of a railroad, tramway, ,turnpike or" telephone line, the construction 'or improvement of "a harbor, canal, lock, dam, slide, or other like work; the granting of a. right of ferry; the-incorporation of tajiy particular trade- or 'calling, -or of any "joint stock company; or oth- erwise for granting to any individual or individuals any--exclusive or pe- culiar rights or privileges whatever, or for doing- any matter or thing, .which in-its operation-would affect the rights or property of -other- par- ties, or relate to any particular-class of the "community; or for making aa amendment of a like nature 'to any former .Act; v shall require a notice, clearly and distinctly specifying the- nature and object of the application and where; the application refers to any. proposed work, indicating gener- ally location of the and signed by or on behalf of the appli- cants suck notice to be published, two months, between the close of the next preceding Session and the- time of the consideration of the issues of'The Alber- ta Gazette and of one other newspa- per published -in -English and. within two weeks-from the-first appearance of such- notice ia the Alber- ta Gazette' two- copies ot" the said paper, published in English; and two--weeks-from the-first ap- pearance of .such notice-in the Alber- 'ta. Gazette two-copies-of -the said Bill, with a receipt from the Provin- Treasurer for the sum of one hundred the said Bill does not exceed ten pages and. ten dollars additional for each page over that number, and fpr the purp.oses of this Rule 450 words shall be held to constitute a page and also in the RAM LALS PURE TEA It's RICH. CLEAR COLOR, fresii FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOB it hosts of friends. Are YOU" one yet? !T IS PURE! Market Place you rest .it tklt If yon wilt tUf 25e O f iaierttou for SI Of OOAL MINING RIO _, JJLATIONf SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-A stenographer, at onoe. :N. T. Macleod and Co. 1M) Keho School No. 1558, a teacher holding second-class certi- ficate; male preferred; services to commence" after Jan. 1909. Ap- plicants please state salary for year. C. J. Hunt, Sec.-Treas., Keho P.O. 18-3 Ram Lai's Tea is Sold onJy in Lethbridge by THE BENTLJCY CO. LTD. twenty-five experienced miners, Apply Eoyal Office, Koyal City, Alta. 20-6 SITUATION WANTED. BROAD AND WATTS, Builders -.and Contractors. Estimates- free. Repairs asitf .altera- Stair REAL ESTATE tions at .the shortest notice. work -a specialty. 19-26 Lethbridge, Alta. SINGING. Miss .Ursula pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shake- speare, will'receive pupils in. singing and voice production. Also engage- men cs for Ballad Concerts, At Homes, etc. For further, information address of Music. .TERRITORIES ELECTION ORDINANCE Province of Alberta. PUBLIC -NOTICE is- hereby given that his. Honor -the Lieutenant-Gov- ernor has been pleased, the authority of the Alberta Act and 'the Territories Election Ordinance, to T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver Block. Phone., 287. LOTS' Wood- St. in: ON clone 2 LOTS.McKILLOP ADpN., Ellison 3 LOTS ON WESTMIN8TEK CLOSE -to 1 ACEE LOT CORNER OF McBETH Bailey St., mile -from school, 1750.. wanted by steady "man; good-b.abits; can-give good ref- erences." Jas. JP. Lyon, Lethbridge E.G.- competent .stenographer. ApplV Box C, Her- ald. 7 18-5 LAND FOR..SALE FOR Lots on Coutts St., close to school, at each'; 1-3 bal- ance easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. "Block. ft-O Goal tifhtt of uxe Donunkw; in the" Yukon Territory British" ColuniDu, mtf for term at 40 auuuftl rental of ft acre. Not more thto 8.580 >il) leaned to one applicant. Application icr a miut made to the or ot in' which "the rifhU ap- toy ,.ate In lewitory the Ian-' ruuat by 01 gal of dectiona, and in unsmreyed territory the tract appli ed for shall be ataked out. Each application inuat be acoom- panied by fee pi J6. which will, refoaded if the rif hU applied lor arc not -available but not otherwise. A royalty anall be paid on the mer- chantable, output ol the mine at tht, of; five centa per ton. Every or coal inining rifhu which -are being operated f the 'district Domin- ion Lands with wore statement to that effect at lewt oace in each year. The -will include 'the eoal mining rights only, buv.tbe letee may be permitted to purchase whatevec available surface .may be con- sidered working ol HAVE BUYER from 5 to 10 sections en "bloc. Write to Milnes and; Noble, ClareshoLmv -v' V, j vlS-6 ACRE OPPOSITE THE LAST 6 ROOMED HOUSE ON TORRANCE Ave., ,Casb per month- until paid for. Rents for per month. TENDERS. Sealed -tenders will be -received by the undersigned until 5 ofclock p.m., Jan. -6th, at his offices, direct the issue of a writ- of election, 4 and 5, A. Macdonald Block, bearing the-twenty-ninth day of December, 1908, to -the person here- after to be named, commanding him to cause election to be raJide., accord- ing to iaw, of a member to serve in" the Legislative Assembly of -the- Pro- vince of Alberta, for the electoral dis- trict in which he is appointed return- ing officer, and that in .order- to comply with-the requirements, of-the sfoiesaid writ of ence of the electors of-such, electoral district is required at the -below as the' place in ,the electoral district where nomination is to he made, oa the eighth day otthe month of January, 1909, from eleven of the clock in" the-forenoon.--until twelve of the clock at noon, "standard for purpose of nominating a per- son to represent them, in the-Legisla- tive Assembly of the -Province of Alberta; and that in case more than lor the excavating Tequired to be done for. Street. The lowest or tender not necessarily accepted. JAMES "A.- MACDONALD, -18-3 Architect. case of-a bill incorporating a com-1 one candidate remains in.-.nomination pany, a receipt from the Registrar of "Joint Companies for such sum as would be payable by the, ap- plicant or applicants for the incor- poration of a company with a similar capitalization to Ihe capitalization of company sought to be incorporat- edi by such bill, shall be placed by the applicant in the hands of the. Clerk of-the House, whose duty it shall bfl to get the said bill- printed forthwith Copies of the newspapers containing the-first and last insertion of such notice shall be sent by parties serting such notice to the Clerk of the House, to be filed amongst the records of the. Committee on Stand- ing Orders, TABLE OF FEES TO BE PAID TO THE BEGISTHAB -OF -JOINT STOCK COMPANIES UN> JDER RULE 52. (See Cap. 20, 1901.) For a company whose nominal capital does not exceed 000 Tor a company whcse nominal capital exceeds the above fee of -with the fol- lowing additional .foes regulat- ed according to amount of' no- minal is to For every of nominal cap ital or part- of after the first up to For every of nominal capital or part of after the first up-to 000 or every 'of nominal capital or part of after the first J. B. COWELL, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly., in the .electoral be-opened and held on the nineteenth day, of the, month of -January, 1909, from the hour of nine of the clock in the- forenoon until of the clock in the afternoon, in each polling divi- sion of such electoral district as may be set apart by the returning officer under the provisions of the said Ordinance. The above mentioned writ of elec- tion is directed to Richard Gibbons, returning officer elec- toral district of Lethbridge; nomina- tions to be made at Oliver's Hall, Lethbridge, Alta. 1 Of which all persons are hereby-re- quired to take notice and govern themselves accordingly. Sgd. M. J. MACLEOD, Clerk Executive Council. Dated at the Executive Council Chamber, Edmonton, this 29th day of December, .1908. SALE OF IMPOUNDED ANIMAL. Notice, is hereby given ,that Lwill .public auction afc the City Pound, near the Isolation Hospital, January 4th, at Jhe- hour of 2 p.rn., one red and cow, left horn turned s.downjfbranded onY right Tibs what appears, to .be J J. JOSEPH. GLLLESEIE, 17-0 Chief of Police. FOR SALE-jTw.0 lots, Si, three blocks-from Union 000, half balance in six months. Apply to, Herald. 15-6 "JFOB SALE on crop, payments, sev- eral farms nuthe famcus Claresholm "district. Address Milnes and Noble, Glaresholm. 18-6 the mine at the Vj.te of an acre. For foil information Application ohould be made to the Secretary ot the ot the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Afent of oii Landi. r" w. 'w. COBT. Deputy Miuiiter of the Intfcrioi i.B. Dnsathoriied piib 01 thii, advertisement will not be nor. TO RENT. or a partly furnished house; Apply Box S, Herald Office. ,15-0 TO on Pord St., near the Brewery, containing five rooms." Apply Geo. .Firth, Brewery. 1S-0 ARTICLES FOR SALE. FpR Royce best make slide trombone, new condition- down, balance 'installments. Address Box X, Herald Office. If you wish your .pare? trunks, or, baggage 0 delivered ring up Ed. Bechtel, No. ,302., fice in, McKeown Hardware Co. Of- 4-26 NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that I have purchased the Cosmopolitan Hotel irorn-A. Neidig, and will take posses- sion on-Monday, Jan.- 4th. 16-6 "QTJONG LEE CO. SCAVENGING. .desiring scavenging done or closets Police Sta- tion. 99-26 Notice NOTICE is hereby given that the City-of Lethbridge will apply to the Legislative -Assembly, for the Province of Alberta, at the next Session there- of, for an amendment to? iti-v.Charter, ratifying a certain By-Law recently passed, providing for a grant in aid cf the construction of the new build- ing for the Gait Hospital, and for such other .variations and amend- ments ;to said Charter as may then be .deemed' advisable, 24.th day of December, Conybeare -Tones, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. Dated this A. D. 1908. Itd4w. HRTlSTie PICTURES A splendid lot were marlteu off this morning, among them BOBIC of Remhigton'i, other artists. The framing -is particularlv attractive and so are the pricei. These goods will move quickly. As a birthday present or wedding gift, a good "picture is always appreciated. At this siore you will find everything for the home.- To deal here means that you will be talitfied The Turpin Furniture Co. are Home Makers PQSITIVELY NO____ 30th, 1909. Nechaco Valley, B.C. wheat, fruit and dairy larid, Get. your order 'We reserve acres for your re-selec- tion -give you until 60 days after trains are running through _ to De- select. OUR UNCULTIVATED LAND we sell for per acre, per acre cash, balance 9 yearly payments. When the Grand Trunk Pacific R'R. is completed nest fall, land will -be selling for per acre. The coming most popular summer resort in North America; -Climate seldom: below zero. No winds. Fruit, fish and game in .abundance. No sand or-stone; rich soil. Timber and coal near by. Buy at low price, and ,sell to' the other fellow for, An investment acres make you within two years ,-ror: for 160 acres will make you We are cultivating 000 acres for ourselves. You don't have to live on this Jand tofown_it. Send 25 cents for beautiful pictures, map and particulars. I. .B. .Snell, Rooms I and 2, Bryan -.Block, over Eureka Theatre. Entrance St., JFOK. buffalo robe, six feet square, with good lining, for sale cheap. Apply J. C. JBrown, Mc- .Cormick Agency, City. 15-6 PRIVATE SALE of Household- effects, ..commencing Monday, Jan. in- cluding, mission and golden oak fur- niture, range, cooking utensils, j during, day-or in even- ing. F. -J. McKeown, Dufferra St. south side, second house -east of Bart- lelt. 18-6 SYNOPS1S OF CANADIAN NORTH -WEST LAND REGULATIONS. Any person who ia the aole.heAd I a family, or any male over 18 may homestead .a, available Dominion laud -in. Mini- toba, Saskatchewan or applicant must appear in ihex- Dominion Agency for the district. proxy may be made pa certain' conditlona, by father inother, son, daughter, brother or intending -.homesteader Siimonthg! residenoe. of land Ja> FOE- One oak dining exten sion table, cost for and fivi "dining xoom chairs at each; the lot for a snap. Apply Mgr. Hud son's Bay. Co. 19-6 -set. light double driving liarness, Apply Mgr. Hudson's-Bay Co. 19-6 FOU N Lyceum _and corner of Bartlett and Redpath on Thursday night a pearl brooch .with diamond set in the centre; reward for. re- turn to Herald'Office. 18-6 4 weeks ago, 1 mare, aged 4 years; brand S on left stiffle; reward for return or information as to whereabouts. A. Carlson, Wind- sor Hotel Lethbridge. 18-30 10-16 light driving horse, both Kind feet white; branded on ]pft jaw and shoulder; for return to G. Alexander Leth- bridge. 20-0 In replying it- ads in this column kindly follow instruc- tion stated in the ad. The Herald cannot give any addi- tional information regarding the matter or th.e advertiser. ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital Reserve and Undivided Profits Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and, Ranchers Solicited Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Uthb ridge Branch: Block, RedpHh St. of -A homeateadar llvt within- nine miles oi.bii ho in a- J V, stead en a farm of at Jeaat BQraetvs solely owned arid occupied by him-or by -his father, mother, brother, orjsister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section along3ide "nw Home- stead. Price J3.00 per acre. Dutias. reside six- in eieb of .six years from date oL homeiteaJ entry (including the time required, to earn homestead, patent) and'.cultivate fifty acres ,1 A homesteader who haa exhausted his homestead, right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption ''may7 take a pur- chased homestead Price per acre. reside six in Must of .three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth f 300.00. W. W. Deputy of the Minister of the -.Interior. N.B. Unauthorized publication ol not be paid this advertisement for. i; Coal, Ice and I PRAYING I Western Transfer Co. LONGrBROS.Proprietors o Office opposite Balmoral. PHONE ea TO THE FU5UC We have bought out. the Star Transfer Co. outfit, and are prepared to' execute all orders for f D RAYING i promptly