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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALMftTA, tATUHDAY, MNUAftY II, I Ml District VAUDEVILLE TW SyaUmf Bros. Scuatitul tody Acrobats Lnffa The FIMMS Safer awl Plia Trw Girl 1. Colonel's Bicycle 2. Student's Revenge 3. Beating the Landlord 4. Cupboard 5. Boxing Matches in England Dreams Never Told" Prices I5t and Me batuMis PerftrBaicr Fran 7.30 to 10.45 RAYMOND Raymond, S. Allen has returned from Salt .Luke where he has been attending tho meeting in regard to the church school. Mrs. Watt from Utah, is staying with her daughter Mrs. -O'Brien. The K. Y. P. S. held their first meeting for the new year on Wednes- day, January 13. A. good many were present. Hr.-Revell was elected by ballot for president. All other officers remained the same as were last year. Arrangements were mode for the Literary mueting to be held and that an invitation would bo sent to the Magrath young people to come over. A sneak thief paid a to Card's livery barn on Wednesday evening and robbed the two boys who sleep In the barn, but in their hurry -dropped one' just out- The contents amounted" to besides some the money taken from side the livery bara. of the others .pockets about seven dollars, tickets. School resumed ternooii. A carpeater yesterday af- was. working on the schoolhouse where damaged yesterday. next Wednesday evening. It was or-' man at tho There will be a night fire- schoolhouse hereafter, so ranged that the first social was to be the school will not be so cold in the Valentine box social held Feb. mornings as heretofore. Don't Overlook This Monday Evening, Jan. 18 10 P.M. AFTER REGULAR PERFORMANCE A FIRST-CLASS, CLEAN EXHIBITION For the litjtit-WeiglitCliBnipionstiip of Canada EDDIE MARINO Light-Weight Champion of Canada Who Won from Billy Lander, vs. KID HOWELL OF SEATTLE Who Fought a Draw with Billy Lander 15 ROUN SEVERAL FIRST-CLASS PRELIMINARIES At the LYCEUM Side, TenRowt Back, COLIMAN Colecoan, Jan. Coleman and Debating Club wag reorganized on Tuesday night last. This society did splcadid work laat winter and an effort was made some weeks ago to get a like organization started again bat the attendance so small at the meeting called in, the interests of the club that the .idea was abandoned for the time. Ija ad- dition to {giving an entcrtfiinmeixt once a week the club provides a sup- ply of reaving, matter for the club rooms which are on adjunct of the Church, The officers el- ected are: Hon. President, A. C. Flum nierfelt; president, John Nathon; vice Edward Matthews; secy.- treas., Alex. McLean. To complete the. executive committee the ntmes o Rev. T. M. 3Iurray, Wm. Clm-k, J D. S. Bairott and.. Chas: Ouimette were added to the above. The open ing meeting is set for Tuesday even ing, Jan. 26. Coleman Mercantile Co. are preparing to againj make extensive al terations to their store building ant to enlarge it. Excavation work was begun this week for the addition to the basement and part of .the lumber is on the ground for the second storj that will be added to the back, part of the building. This being in the line of expansion it is only in keep- ing with the continuous growth, that is going on Li. Coleman. The Coleman Miner this week sees fit to take a flmg at one of its friends who has been copying its news items and sending them to out of town pa- pers. For the sake of holding up .the good name of the Herald, Mr. Editor, your correspondent must plead not guilty, though it cannot but be no- ticed that the'Miner has a couth. way of dealing with, its friendg. It will be apparent to all who Tcnow, tnat this is risky business for the Miner as it cannot well afford to lose any of those whom it holds near and dear. The Coleman Hockey Club will hold another smoker on Saturday evaning, Jan. 23rd, at the Opera House; A good programme is being prepared. Jim Burrows and Walter Johnstone of Pennsylvania are advertising twelve round boxing contest to be held in the Opera House on January 19th., The Tom Marks Company are in Coleman this -week and have the Op- era-House engaged for Thursday, Fri- day and Saturday nights. Last night's performance, has generally jeen pronounced good. The Company are getting a good hearing. Geo. Bremner of Edmonton, spent a few days in Coleman this -week. E. Culver of real estate fame, is in town today hustling business. Today being the monthly pay day the town is unusually busy. The pay- this month is large again and- though there is plenty of money in circula- tion, the town is quiet and orderly. There has been a coal oil famine in town for the last few days. The Chinook has come at last. 'In a few days we will forget all about the cold, weather. JV F. Povah left tonight for Fernie. PINCHER CREEK Pincner Creek, Jan. Ethel McRea, who has Ijeen visiting her sister here. Mrs. Thos. Scott, for two or three weeks, has to her home in Macleod. Mr. Jos. McLaurin returned to Moyie on Sxmday last after spending a few days in town the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harper. The Knights of Pythias will .hold a public installation of officers .on Mon- day evening next in Hinton's Hall. It is expected that Grand Chancellor Conybeare, of rLethbridge, will be pre- sent to conduct .the installation. The ceremonies will start at S.30 p. m. The brethren are asked to meet in the Castle Hall at 8.11S. Mountsin.Mills, on the 9th to Mr. and Mrs, Alex. McKin- non, a girl. the Dry Fork, on the 12th inst., to and Mrs. Arthur Sraith, a son- Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the of (UAMinCttAlSOUlTU sMuunownoN (UlDBISMiNDU. RAM LALS PURE TLA It's HIGH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT ______ Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. Herri. Hariri WhM yw tt Ml IT real It to wail tMt t IfMrttoaf for f I SITUATIONS VACANT girl to help cook and do general housework on farm, south of New Dayton; good home and steady employment. Apply Room 8, .Stafford Block. 28-6 general servant only two in. family. Apply to Mrs. .McNicol, 1110 Bornpas St., between 1 and 3 p.m., or 6 to 8 p.m. 29-S St. AugustinYHall JAN. 18 AIM! Three Follownm Evwiags GRAND AMATEUR PRODUCTION OF' "Bronchitis'' Is generally UM molt of a oold caused by to and inclement wwtW, is a very inflammatory aflvo- tion of the bronchial tabes. The Symptoms tightness across the chest, sharp pains and a difficulty in breathing, and a secretion of thick phlegm, 'it first white, bat later of a greenish or yellowish color. Meffleetad Bronchltif is of f it is always kept in the BOMB." Ti is put up in a yellow wrapper, thrts trees the trade mark, the price 35 eta. De and MOSfl The Geishas Book by 0. F. P. Cony- beare. Esq. Music by RPV. J. S. Chivers Beautiful Scenery Magnificent Costumes OAST The Brick Presi- .Mr. E. A. Allen Aio, the Nurse .Mr, D. May -Lieut. Ratline, E.N. Mr, G-. E. Fleming Crojack, the Boatswain Mr H.K Cooper The Teddy Bear Mr. G. W.'Robinson Murasaki. Mrsv G. Rogers O'Hara San. Miss Bawden Uneyun. .Mrs. S. Jackson KiKu Miss Elaine Conybeare Asagao Mrs, C. F. P. Conybeare Myogia San, Mrs Southard Supported by strong rus of 20 members Curtain Rises Sharp at 8.30 Popular Prices-SBC, J5c Booking Drug Store AUCTION SALE Frank G, Waddington instructed by a Calgary firm, will sell by Public at his rooms, 410 ROUND ST., a large assortment of including Skirts, Gloves, Laces, Bibbons, Dress Material, La- dies' and Hose, etc., etc. Sale Tuesday Next at 2.30 And Each Afternoon Until Cleared A GRAND OPPORTUNITY FOR THE LADIES. Phone 261. CARDSTON A petition has been "circnhttud and sent to the town council asking that the east, side of our Main St. be cut out -of..the fire limits so that imple- ment houses and others who require large building-s will not have to build of brick or stone. It is said that the petition will be granted. It is said that the pool halls have closed down temporarily -while the proprietors contest the legality or the high licenses placed upon pool tal les by our "new town council. Sleighing is excellent; and the "bobs" are coming into town from all directions. The chinook of the past few days ho-s piled up the snow, in drifts that make our country roads much better for sleigh runners than for wheels, and how pleas-tnt to cur ears are the jingle .or tlie Our lady school teachers were at home to their friends Saturday aftop- noon under the hospitable roof of Mrs. C. E. Snow, HIHI rr-uoy of our together with the infcnoers of tho school board availed thei.uw.-lvfcs of pleasure of mating and getting with iho new tea- chers. Cardston is sadly in need of a pub- lic library and free reading room. The towns fills up with ranchers and their families in the winter season and while the younger children attend the "public school the young men and their fathers, who are the hardest kind of workers all summer, yet lack the happy faculty of providing them- selves with something to do durirg the winter months. LIQUOR LICENSE ORDINANCE. Application for New Hotel License. has been made by Charles Hansen, for a new hotel li- cense in the Empire Hotel, a three-storey brick building, to be erected according lo plans and speci- fications filed, on lots 12, 13 and 14, Block 5, Lethbriclge, Alberta; This application will be considered by the Board of License Commission- ers a.t a meeting to be held -at Leth- bridge' on Tuesday, the 16th day .of 1909., at 3 o'clock p.m. Dated this 14th day of January, 1909. "S.'.fi. WOODS, 29-1 Deputy Attorney-General. SITUATION WANTED, wanted by steady man; good habits; can give good ref- erences. Jas. P. Lyon, Lethbridge F.G. 17-O LAND FOR SALE FOR on Coutti St., close to school, at each; 1-S cash, bal- ance easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. 6-0 Of OOAL ULATIONt FOE African, veteran scrip, cheap. R. V. Gibbons, Qtt Block. 21-0 FOR acres and house, on Crabb St.; price half cash, balance easy. Apply Y. Chow, or phone 114. 25-6 FOR fifty (50) and fifty- one Block 3, North Ward, at each, cash. Apply Box G, cjo Herald. 2 TO RENT. TO comfortable .fur- nished bedroom. Apply 422. Glyn. St. ".24-6 TO offices, in Ott Block- Apply at Ott's Barber Shop. .28-0 .TO small stable, close in, a -month. Apply Box C, Herald Office. 23-Q TO RENT-Building on" Ford St., west of Bound; suitable for. store or dwelling- Apply The H. Macbeth Agency. 20-0 TO rooms jor two respect- able men: Apply 1408 "Ford. St.' 20-0 HOUSE TO rooms. Ap- ply to Ed.- Kennedy, Hotel Barber Shop. 28-0 TO three-roomed cottage, on Ford Street, near the brewery. Ap- ply Gustav Muiller, Brewery. 28-6 Notice NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, the ROYAL COLLIERIES, LIMITED will make application to the Legis- lative Assembly :ol the Province" of Alberta at the regular session thereof for an act authorizing them to construct and operate a railway of standard guage from a point on the Crow's Nest Branch of the Canadian Pacific Kail-way. '2123 feet West of Lethbridge Junction to a point on the South West Quarter of Section 32 in Township 9, Range 21, .W. 4th M. and to acquire' by purchase, lease or otherwise: the spur line now under construction between the said points together with all powers incidental to the construction, operation and ac- quisition of Railway as necessary; DATED-at Lethbridge this 30th day of November, A. D., 1908. ROYAL COLLIERIES, LIMITED. J. B. WILKIE, Secretary. ARTICLES FOR SALE. FOR Whaley Royce -best make slide trombone, new condition. down, balance installments. Address Box X, Herald Office. 97-0 r% bti of the Yukon and Biitith iCr Mm of yetrs u> tnnual natol of 91 ftcrtu than SJMO will be .leased to one applioani Applioatiou for a leaac mwt be to the Af or o( the diitrici to which the ap- plied for Ifi.. lurveyed territory the lau must be fleacribed .by aeetiow. or gal of tectioni, and u> uneurveyed the tract appU ed for shall be staked Each applioatibn must be adcooj panied by a fee of which win refunded the rishta applied fot art not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the inine at 'ate of five centt per too. Every of coal raiiuitf rifhu which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at'leaat oace in each yeai. The lease will jnclode the miniBg rights only, but the leiee may be permitted to purchase whatevei available surface rights may be con- aidered for the working of the mine at the rate of f 10 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior. Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent oi Dominion Landi. W. W. COBY, Deputy Minister of Interior Unauthorised publication 01 this tor. adTertisemeut will not be SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS FO U N Y Any person who is the sole head i a family, or any male over 18 years may homestead a qcarter-scction of available Dominion: laud in Mani toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. applicant must appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Bub Agency for the district. 'Entry Dy proxy may be made at any on certain conditions, by fathe. mother, son, daugnter, biother or sii rer of intending homesteader. months' resfdenoe upon cultivation of the land in esch of three years. A homesteader inay e within'nine miles-of his hotn-s- stead on a farm of at least 80 aena solely owned and occupied- bjr Mm or by his father, brother or sister. son, daughter. 4 weeks ago, 1 mare, aged 4 years; brand S on left stiffle; color, bluish grey; reward for re- turn or information as to abouts. A. Carlson, Windsor .Hotel; Lethbridge. 18-30 light driving 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 Gr. Alexander, Lethbridge. 20-0 OFF FOR OTTAWA. Winnipeg. Jan. the western members who left for Ottawa tonight to attend their sessional du- ties were Alex. Haggart, M.P. for Winnipeg; Glen Campbell, M.P. for Dauphin; W. D. Staples. M.P. for MacdonaM; and John Herron. M.P. for Mncleod. Tenders Sealed tenders will be re- ceived by the undersigned up to 8 (eight) o'clock p.m.j on the ISth (eighteenth) day of January, 1909, for the privi- lege OL selling and delivering water in the North Ward and all parts of the city outside of the water raain system, the same -to be supplied by wagons, subject to the super- vision of the Council. GEO. W. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. 25-4 gauntlet; between South- ard's store and Whitney's livery. Reward given for recovery. Finder kindly, leave at Herald. 26-6 Jan. 5th, one pearl neck- lace with heart locket, diamond in centre; also bunch of keys and small alligator purse. Finder will receive reward for return to Herald 6f- .fice. 28-6 PONY EXPRESS. If you wish your parcels, trunks, or baggage delivered quickly, ring up Ed. Bechtel, Phone No. 302. Of- fice in McKeown Hardware Co. 4-26 Don't the Auto Girl at the Lyceum. You will know all about her tonight. ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Capital..................... Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Branch: Coaldaie Block, St. In certain homesteader in good standing may _ pre-empt quarter-section alongside hi> home- stead. Price 13.00 per acre. Ihitiei. reside" six -juonttw In each of six. years from date of entry (including time required to ears homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra A homesteader who exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in-certain districts. Price 13-00 per acre.- reside six months in of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W, W. CORY, Deputy of the., Minister of the Interior. publication ot this advertisement will not be paid for. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LOK0 BRpS.Proprietdrs Office opposite Balmoral TOTHEPUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Draying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders lor promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. on delivery. !Phone70 ;