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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALBIftTA, THUHIDAY, JANUARY 7, Ittl. Tom Marks To- night THEATRE Tom Marks To- Night Theatre Phone, 319 Manager's 320 STRICTUY UNION THEATRE The Tom Marks Co. in TKe Red Cross Nurse Admission 25c, 35c and SUNDAY PRAY! FOK EVERYBODY. Masquerade Ball MONARCH ------------ON- Friday Eve., Jan. 8th '09 Good nrusiej first-class sup- per. Admission to both dance and supper Jadies free. FLATHEAD COUNTY COUPLE HAVE THE HABIT. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Julian are-Mar- ried for the Thfrd Also Weds. Divorced for five years. Peter Jul- ian and Marie Julian, of Kalispell, Mont., suddenly took a notion, to get married again today, while here to witness the marriage of their 16 year old daughter, Christina Julian, to Marion Zoccillo, says a despatch from Sand Point, Idaho. The man is 60 years of age and "the woman is Mrs. Julian refused to re-marry her 'former husband until he' -had signed a paper deeding her 40 acres of land. Julian consented, an-3 Judge Bandelin drew up the deed, after which he married the couple. It seems that Mrs. Julian was dis-' with the decree of the court as" division of property, and she refused to enter icio another marriage until the matter was ad- justed. The Peter Julian and Marie Julian "referred, to above are weir known in this .county, they having been- resi- dents of the LaSalle neighborhood for years, says the Kahspell Journal. In 1903 they got a divorce, but were later re-married. Again in 1905-they were separated by the court, and the despatch above gives the account of the third tying of the two. The girl, who is reported to have been married at Sand-Point, is said- to be less than 16 years old at the present time. Some six weeks ago Mrs. Julian appeared at the court house to get a; license., for the mar- riage of her daughter. She gave the age of the girl then as 15, and con- sequently was refused a license by Deputy Eognlien. She went away, but returned the next day, and stat- ed that the girl's age -was 16. In the meantime Mr. Eognlien had look- ed up the record of the previous di- vorces, where the ages of the child- ren were given, and the order of the j court appointing a guardian for the girl, and as near as he late her age was less than 15, soothe second application was refused. The woman then tried to get a license from Mr. Lang, but failed. From the above report she met with better success in Idaho. Aikt In in Doubtful Conctrninf Otrteln ciciiiit and "The peculiar of "Billy" Sunday, the noted evangelist, ,who may be to Great are shown in the following characteris- tic prayer, recently delivered in Spo- kane, where he is now holding mcet-j v "Jesus, help me. I'm doing my best. I feel awful weak, but I'm glad of it, for you will help me the more. Lord, bless the mayor. I don't know whether he's a Christian, but he ought to be. Bless the City Council; I want to thank them for allowing us to build this tabernacle and for many "official courtesies and don't forget the chief of police and the captains and the sergeants and the cops on their-beats, and the fire laddies; bless them, Lord, too. They'll slide down the brass pole and hook 'er up and hit 'er off for a fire, and they work just as hard to save from 'the flames the hovel of the poor as to rescue biggest business block "Bless the Masons and all the lodges' now there's the Elks that bunch gets on the right track they'H give the devil the best run for his money he ever had. If I was down and out.-; and needed the glad hand and a handout, the first thing I'd do would be to climb the Color, Flavor, Fragrance points of QjARwn ra Aw txumv PURE AsMAM'JFACTWOWTHE GARDENS IN IMOU. RAM LAL 3 PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAB COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet IT IS PURE! Dally Herati Market to Mil tr rrat piece It la tUf cikuu." If yoi wait aaytkaaf MM tals 25c iatertlou for SI SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-A at once. N. T. Macleod and Co. 12-D twenty-five experienced miners. Apply Koyal Collieries Office, Eoyal City, Alta. 20-6 SYNOPSIS Of COAL ULATIPNI young'girl to do light housework. Apply Mrs. J. "W. Baw- den, corner Glyn and Courtland Sts. 22-6 Rain Lai's Tea is Sold onfy in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. stairs of the Elks' lodge room. No frosty mitt there. "Bless -all the churches the Christian don't know, Lord, but I guess you'd better try it. And the Universalists m-m-m-m, I'm not so sure. And.the I don't know Lord, bless the newspaper bunch and we ask for Thy mercy on stricken, bleeding Italy Lord, save the saloonkeeper, but damn the saloon. I love the saloon- keeper and the barkeep, "but Lord, you know, I hate their business. "Clean up this old town, they tell me the theatres here run in spite of the law. If they do they all ought to be in the calaboose. Help us to clean up Spokane. i CORNER LOTS Three of the best corner 1 lots in the city. Price with terms I-L S. RIPLEY .TELEPHONE 294 Offices NacdonaldBlock WILFRID DE GREAT" TO RUN AT CHICAGO. Guelph, Jan. Meadows, Guelph's noted five mile runner, who on account oi a bad break at Que- bec last summer was suspended by the C.A.A.T7., was today given the opportunity to win fame, at the Chi- cago Marathon on January 16th- Mea- dows was the first Canadian- to fin- ish at the London Marathon. Snap has Made Business Hum at J To make it still more active before Stocktaking Prices have been reduced on leading lines, look atthe Special Bargains for this Week 1 Lady'3 Fur Line_d Coat, size 36, black broadcloth, sable -oqllar. muskrat lining, regular now I Man's Russian Calf Overcoat, regular BOW for quick 1 Man's Corduroy Overcoat, fur lined, regular 1 Alan's Duck Qvercpat, fur lined, regular now goirig See the Red Tickets for Prices RESUUT OF SAUE1 ONLY 7 LADIES' COATS TO SELL 1 size 36. now. 36, 38, 34, 2d.OO 16.50 12.50 12.00 9.50 15.75 12.25 9.50 9.25 7.50 ONLY SWISSES' COATS TO 3ELL years, 1.14 2 odd sizes 950, now........ 12.00, DOW....... 1200, now........ 5.00. now........ 7.25 8.45 8.45 3.50 SPECIAL 4 packets Jelly Powder for Upton's J am 65 i r 1 Oysterst in bulk l_v ONg WEEK J. BROWN CO, LTD, We'n Queen Victoria call her peup's For mak' some jubilee, She sen' for men from all. de Dat mean her eolorue. But mos' of all she sen' dis word, To dis. Canadian shore, "If Wilfrid Laurier will riot come, I not be glad no Den bad fellow, Lif, w'at you call, de hat, say: "Ma Eeine, you mus' not fiet, "Bom little tjing like dat. "To Loalres, on de day in June You tole me, I will come, And show you w'at is like de French- Canadian, gentihommel" Den-.Wilfrid sail across-, de .sea, An' Queen Victori met, An' w'en she's see 'him, ah! she is Jus, tickle half to deaf! An' w'en he's kneel, as etiquette Demand, for be correc', She tak' a sword into de han' An hit him on de neck. she do, she smile on him, she sav: "Rise up, knight, I Sir Wilfrid Den Wilfrid kiss de Eoyal han' An' back off on de door, An' bow, as only Frenchman can, smile'an' bow some more. Nex' -day it ees a glorious, sight, _At half-pas" frwelf. o'-clock, For see ride ,on state An.' in chapeau dc coque! Lords Solsby, Roberts, Cecil An' Chamberlain, an' dose, Were, wa't you eall, "not in Sir Wilfrid was de boss! Oui, certainement, excep' de Queen Herself, dat glorious day, De greates' man on Is Wilfrid Laurier! Sir Wilfrid cross de Channel, den, For visit la patrie, An" mak' fine spiches, two or free, In de city of Paree. An' shak1 de_han' an' drink de vin Wit' de Presiden', An show him w'at de kin' of man Dis eo'ntrie represen'. An' w'en Sir Wilfrid's voice dey hear An' hees fine shape dey see, De men of France was hall De ladies hall epris! Den Monsieur Faure, he rise an' say: "Sir Wilfrid Laurier, In de Le-gi-on d' Ji'onneur you are An' to Sir Wilfrid, front denr hall, He mak' some fine address, An' den, de ribbon wit' star He pin upon hees b.reas'. En bref, our -Wilfrid capture Trance, He's capture Anglan.' tool I t'ink he will annex uein To, ycniR late A. M. Rose. COMPLAINT ABOUT POSTOFFICE. Editor of The Herald: paper has the reputa- tion of boosting this city to "the limit. So far so good- wouldn't it be as well to turn "your attention for a while to one of the evils of this cityF The -evil "I want to call your attention to is the way the general delivery wicket for newspapers and parcels is attended to. Now, -why, oh why, does the particular official re- sponsible place behind that wicket a bo> who is either utterly incompe- tent or else- top incorrigibly lazy to -attend-to the needs of the public? .A person will come to the wicket and give hisjnarae and ask for his papers, and the boy in_ charge will say "No- without even casting a glance towards the box. in which the papers .lay., This proceeding naturally calls forth a remonstrance from the man whereupon, he is prompt- ly told to "Shut and all'this, mind you, when the boxes are cram- med full to the limit! This is not an isolated instance, but occurs daily, and I heard many complaints from complete strangers of the same thing. You can verify the thing yourself if you. care to go to the wick- et between 12 and 2 o'clock, and take SITUATION WANTED. wanted by steady man; good habits; can give good reJ erences. Jas. P. Lyon, .Lethbridg P.O. "17-0 i by competen stenographer. Apply'Box C, Her aid. 18-5 SALE OF IMPOUNDED ANIMAL. Notice is hereby given that I wil sell by public auction at "the City Pound, near the Isolation Hospital nuiry hour of S P.JXV, one.red and white cow, left horn turned down, branded on right ribs what appears to be J J, JOSEPH GILLESPIE, 17-0 Chief of Police. -NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that I h'ave purchased the Cosmopolitan Hotel from A. and will take posses- sion on Monday, Jan.'4th. 16-6 QTJONG LEE CO. PONY EXPRESS. If you wish your trunks, or baggage delivered quickly, ring up Ed. Bechtel, Phone No. 302. Of- fice in McKeowri Hardware Co. 4-26 notice. I have no kick coming against the letter delivery wicket; the -employees there do their work ef- fectually and but. the news- paper wicket is the and evil that ought to be T' BROAD AND and Estimates free. Repairs -and tions at the shortest notice. work a specialty. 19-96 Lethbridfe, Alta, Yours B. Jan. 5, 1909. POSITIVELY NO MORE FOR SALE after -January 30th, 1909.- Ifechaco Valley, B.C. wheat, fruit and dairy land. Get your order in now. We reserve acres for your ore-selec- tion, give you until 60 days after trains are running through to re- select.- OUR UNCULTIVATED LAND we sell for per acre, 13.50 per acre cash, balance 9 yearly payments. When the Grand Trunk Pacific RJR. is completed next fall, land will be selling for 1100 per acre. The coming most popular summer retort in North America. Climate seldom below lero. No winds. Fruit, fish and game in abundance. No sand or rich soil. Timber and coal near by. Buy now at low price, and sell to the other fellow for high price. An investment of cash for 40 acres will make you within two years or for 160 acres will'make you We are cultivating 000 acres "for ourselves. You don't have to live on this land to own it. Send 25 cents for beautiful pictures, map and particulars, f. .B. .Snell, Rooms I and 2, Bryan Block, over Eureka Theatre. Entrance Duflerin St., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. TERRITORIES _ ELECTION ORDINANCE Province of Alberta. PUBLIC NOTICE1 is hereby given that his- Honor the Lieutenant-Gov- ernor has been pleased, under the authority of the Alberta'Act and the Territories" Election Ordinance, to direct the issue of a "writ'of election, bearing the date the twenty-ninth day of December, 1908, to the person here- after to be named, commanding him to cauae'election to be made, accord- ing to law, of- a member to serve in the Legislative Assenibly of the Pro- .vince of Alberta, for the electoral dis- trict in which he is appointed return- and" that- in order to comply with the requirements of the aforesaid Tnrit of election, the pres- ence :of the electors of'such electoral disMci-3S JS LAND FOR SALE FOE on Coutts St.7 close tctfschool, at each; 1-3 cash, bal- ance easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. 6-O HAVE BTYER Irom 5 to 10 sections en bloc. and Noble; Claresholm. particulars to Milnes 18-6 rifbta of IIM MtnitoX; the Yukon Territory, Uu Territories tod eBritu for i'term bt. years at annual rental of acre. -Not more icwi will be J eased to one applicant. Application for mutt be made to the Agent'or Sub-Afeot oi the district in the rights ap- plied for are situated.: In surveyed territory tbe Un' must be described by or gal subdivisions oi sections, and unsurreyed territory the tract ed lor shall be staked Each application must be accom- panied by a fee oi ?5, which will refunded if the rights applied lor are not available but not otherwise, v 1' royalty shall be .paid on. the mer- chantable output of toe "mine at rate of five cents per too. Every of coal mining righti FOE SALE on crop sev- eral farms'in the famous Claresholm district. Address' aiilnes and Noble, Claresbolm. 18-6 FOB SALE-rSoutb- African -veteran scrip, cheap. Block. R. V. Gibbons, "tOtt 21-O TO RENT. -or-" a -partly iurnished house; close in. Apply Box 8, Herald Office. 15-0 TO House on Ford St., near he Brewery, contaniing five rooms) Apply Geo. Firth, Brewery. 18-0 which operated shall furuish district Agent of DomiiK ion Lands with a sworn statement to- that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include tbe "coal mining rights only, buvthV lesee inaj be permitted to purchase whatever available surface 'rights may "con- sidered necessary for- the the mine. at the. rate of acre.- -For -lull information application ehSuld .be made to the Secretary ot- the Department cj the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any' Agent or Bub-Agent oi Dominion Lands. r Wr'W.'COBY. Deputy Minister of tbe I publication 01 this advertisement will not be paid J tor TO house, near 'Cen- tral school. Apply to Fiske, Coutts St., next door -to Eindergar- ,en school. "7 21-1 OFFICE NO: 3, in Macdonald Blockr .pply to Manager A: Macdonald and o. 20-6 '0 on Ford .St., west of Eoond; suitable for store 'or welling. Apply Macbeth Agency. ,20-0 'OK house; rnod- rn; water, sewer, electric light; bath nd furnished with a range; rental 35 per month. Apply L. S. Eipley, ffice 8, Macdonald Block. _ 20-0 ARTICLES, FOR SALE. OE Whaley t Eoyce best make slide trombone, new condition. 20, down, balance installments. Address Box X. Herald Office. 97-0 All kinds of Laundry work. Parcels called for and deliver- Sam Sing Lang Cor. Smith and Redpath at the place named below, as the place in" district where nomination is to "fee made, on the eighth day of the month of January, 1909; from'eleven of the clock in the forenoon until twelve oi the clock at noon, "standard for the 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 one candidate remains in nomination in the electoral district, the poll will be opened and held on the nineteenth day of the month of 1909, from the hour of nine of the clock in the forenoon until five 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 Vincent Gibbons, returning officer for the elec- toral district of Lethbridge, nomina- tions to be made at Hall, Lethbridge, Alta. 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 iJOth day of December, 1908. PEFvATE SALE of household effects, commencing Monday, Jan. 4th, in- cluding 'mission and golden oak- fur- niture, range, cooking utensils, etc. May be seen during day or in even- ing. F. Jr McKeown, DuSerin St., south side, second house east of Bart- lett. 13-6 FOE oak dining exten- sion table, cost for and five dining room chairs at each; the lot for a snap. Apply Mgr- Hud- son's Bay Co. 19-6 FOE. -light driving harness, Apply Mgr. Hudson's Bay Co. 19-0 FOU N Lyceum and corner of Bartlett and Eedpath 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 OP left stiffle; reward for return or information as to whereabouts. A. Carlson, Wind- sor Hotel, Lethbridge. 18-30 10-16 light driving horse, both hind feet white; branded arrow head on left "jaw and shoulder; for return to G. Alexander. Lethbridge. 20-0 light driving horse, both, hind feet white; branded arrow head on left jaw and shoulder; for return to G. Alexander, Lethbridge. 20-0 SCAVENGING: Anyone desiring scavenging done-or closets cleaned, apply at Police Sta- tion. 99-26 .ESTABLISHED 1864 I! Merchants Bank of Canada 3EAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbridge Branch: CoaKUle St. pANADIAN NORTH ,WEST Any person- who as head a a any male over 18 ,-laV toba, Saskatchewan; or Alberta, ,1'he applicant, must-appear .the. Dominion Lands Agency or Sub "Apehc-y for thej'_d_istrict. proxy may be made at agency pa certain conditions, lathe. mother, daugnter, brother .or ter of intending homesteader. months'-residence- upon cultivation of the land in of three years. A" homesteader may live within of his horn's- stead on a farm of at least- 80 asas 'solely owned and occupied by-him W by "his father, mother, 'son, 'daughter. brother or sister. f I, In certain districts'a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per_acre. Duties. reside, six months, each of six years homestead entry (including the time required to earn' homestead: patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra who has exhausted tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres'and erect a house worth W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior- 'publication ol this advertisement will for. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG- BKOS.Proprietors Office opposite'Balmoral PHONE: TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Draying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders DRAYING 1 promptly satisfactorily. Coal daiive'red promptly. Cabh on delivery. J. S. PhilKps A. L Phone 70 Office in Nelvon ft Gow't ;