Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
UTHiHtCQt, ALMflTA, WKDNftDAY, JANUARY tt, I Ml. 'iCTUkLS. .ADVANCED j VAUDEVILLE.] Tfce u4 Piu. Girl 1. Late For Lunch 2. Perjuries B. Three Chatterboxes 4." Afinei and Forge at Degarville 5. Making Love to the Coalman's Wife Song-----.... the Orioles Are Nesting Once Again" Prices I5c and 25c Ctatinuous Perfermice Froi 7.30 tt 10.4S NEWS OF THE DISTRICT COAL CITY Coal City, Jan. recent cold spell has given the business oi' this thriving' town an impetus which it is calculated will give the machine min- ed coal easy access to both eastern and-western markets. All the mines are running along busily and they find that team hauling is a proposi- tion'that will have to be replaced by a spur track to with the in- creased output. The Rock Springs Co. have nearly completed the erection of boilers and air compressor and it will not be long before the toot of the whistle is .heard there. The palatial residence of B. K. Bul- lock is finished except for decoration inside. The smith shop started by John Mehew (late blacksmith of Raymond) is oPen for work and advantage is taken of it. to keep" the many teams and coal wagons in working order. }Ir. experience in the .sugar town should be a boon to this dis- trict and we wish him success-in his enterprise. The Trading Co. is progressing pro- portionately, as is proved by them for dance being; held oti Wednesday even- ing, when the managers, Messrs. Roy Bullock and Geo. Lomas, extend a hearty invitation to all. On. the 25th there is to groat re- the Scots''and all i: ierested in the ersiiiy "Burns." It, is to a grand supper in the h. tt-l and ihvn a In !i e causing in r.he concert will be hell dance hall followed hy true style. A strong committee have the affair in hand and according to the way that ticket? are going, it promises to be ,a great success. CARDSTON Cardston, Jan. John Wool! M.P.P., went to Edmonton today, where he will sit in the Legislature. He has done excellent work for Sou- thern Alberta and is one of the lead- ing members of the law making body of the province. The Massfty Harris collector, Mr. Gibson, was a passenger to Calgary yesterday. While in Cardston he bag done good work for his companj-. It is rumored that a house will be es- tablished here hy the Massey-Harris firm. Old Gentleman Gregson is very ill. having to doxible their building more space. The hotel has not yet received its. He is 82 years old and is one of-the license although it was granted of this part of Alberta, the commissioners some weeks ago. j D. Balcovski, Esq., the Winnipeg Additional., improvements are being cattle dealer, is in Cardston arrang- done to .i-t all the time. ing for another large shipment of cat-, There now a dance hall with a j tie in ,the near future. The cold McXican Cowb took floor to equal all rivals for the young: ther did not injure the cattle to any people to trip- the light fantastic and appreciable extent, much.use .is made of it. There is a' Messrs. A. J. Jones and Frank Whitiiwv oM.ethbridge registered ut the Gaboon. I Messrs. William Russell and Frank Workman, of Winnipeg, are at the Gaboon. The real estate market is very brisk for this season of the year. A few arc plo are selling considerable land am- ong1 themselves. A great deal of interest is being -manifest in the seed fair and poultry moeting. The farmers are doing all they can to mnke this meeting a big success. Yesterday the Cardston Agricultural Society purchased a piece of land from Mr. Cleveland. It is the inten- tion of the Society to erect some buildings on the land during the com- ing summer. So far as can bo learned the winter wheat is yet unharmed. Several farmers have carefully examined.thcir fields and say that the crop is in good condition. The Waterton Oil, Land and Power Co. are negotiating a sale to a iMge firm of capitalists in Minneapolis. The President and Secretary met th-3 Mfti- heapolis representatives in Butte last week. If present prospects are car- ried out the sole will be effected with- in sixty days. Mr. Gibson, collector for the Mas- sey Harris, is hustling around in the interests of. his company. i Robert Tbey, of Taber, an old timer here, and mi visitor, is here for a short time. j of Women Mr. Martin and wife are at the Ca- told Misery Every Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong.points of RAM PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. A WOMAH'S BACK WAS NOT MADE TO ACHE. boon. 31 rs. Martin was formerly a teacher at Mountainview and was a most proficient instructor. Mr. A. A. Caldwell and wife return- ed from Utah this week. The Messrs. John and James Had- field came in on yesterday's train from the south. The character ball, given by the Ward Choir, was a grant success. The costumes came from Lethbridge. The young and middle-aged people: had taken an interest in the matter to make it pleasant for all. Addie Robinson, "its "Eedj Wing" took first prize for ladies, and Mrs. Faith Young, representing a Spanish Dancing Girl, took second j prize. The gentlemen who captured rizes were Douglas Olan as "Prince first and Fred Best as "A Suffer Un- Day With Acnin? Backs That Really Have No Business To Ache. Under ordinary conditions it ought to be and -ready to bear the burdens, of life. It is hard to do housework with an ach- Lrig bajk. Backaches coma from sick kidney and what a lot of troubie sick kidneys cause, But they can't help it. If more work is put them than .thoy can etand it is not to b j wondered that they get out of order. Brvokoche is simply a warning ffoai the kidneys a ad should .be attended to im- mediately so a? to avoid years of terrible suffering kidney troubles. Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you in the iame way as they have cured thousands of others, Mrs. 0. Warrea, Rfidis- i 8ETEEE .son> Sask., writes: "I JAINS Of was troubled with very severe pains in my back STIRLING AND DISTRICT City Property, Business Sites, Farm Lands, and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE WID INSURANCE R.A.Davis Stirling Herald Market Whn ytm place H la tUi cdui. If yta till- 25c SI VACANT EXPERIENCED stenographer., want- ed, at once. Apply F. E. Mason Land Co., Room 2, Stafford Block.32-1 girl to help cook and do general housework on south of JNew Daytoa; good home and steady employment. Apply Koom. 2, Stafford Block. 28-4 waitress at the Coal- dale Restaurant, Coaldale Sleek. 30-6 WORK WANTED. work, by respectable woman; washing or cleaning. Apply Box L, Herald Office. 33-6 LAND FOR SALE FOE on Coutts, St., close to school, at each; 1-3 cash, bal- ance easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. FOK African- veteran scrip, cheap. R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 21-0 D. McNABB'S FUTURE BACX, The Mftkinf of Good Clothes Experience ia the great essential. To choose the fabrics, to buy in the right market, to design a garment that will keep its shape, to obtain a perfect titand a fashionable finish, requires experience RAYMOND Raymond, Jan. Kirnball, of Magrath spent Sunday here, with his daughter Mrs. C, D. Fox. Miss McRae of Magrath spent Sat- urday and Sunday ia Raymond with friends. Mrs. B. F. Stringem, of Taber, is in Raymond on business. We are to have roller skating soon, j The skating rink will be opened Wed-; nesday. i Ledger.) Donald McJTab was elected by ac- ior years. I.tried every- iclamation in Lethbridse for the Pro- tnmjj I could think of bat they did me no good. A friend told me about Doati's Kidney Pills and -after taking two boxes, I have not been troubled since." Price 50 crnts per box, or 3 for all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milbura Co., Toronto, Ont. When ordering specify Doaa'a." Lethtaridge, was a business visitor in town today. R. L-. Blake is spending a few days a Lethbridge. H. Cook of Indiana has let the con- CLOTHING is made by the leading firm of Canadian clothiers who have.over half a century of the best work to their credit. DON'T BUY YOU GET-A SOVEREIGN. W. E. SANFORD HAMILTON, ONT. MANUFACTURING CO. Limited MAA' The. Chinook is still blowing for a large house and barn east C. Mahon has the work in will commence at an early for Magrath where they will make their future home. the snow and ice is nearly all ffone i- i of 'town. the street. i Mr. and Mrs. Watt' TeaviT WnroSrcowihaa4 and NEW DAYTON. New Dayton, Jan. clel, of Bo-ttineau, N. D., is visiting J. T. McKay. Mr. Hatch of Hatch and Coons, Mr. Stork again. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. are the proud parents. It's vincial House. We congratulate Mr. on his appointment, as he is the first Labor man to be elected in that riding. Mc- Nab has the chance of his life to make good, and if he does so he will remain in the House. We sincerely trust that the title of M.P.P. will not be a burden to Don- ald's labor-policy, but. that he will rise to be a unit in the forward progress of the great movement to which he belongs. Smith The Mysterious Fontinelle goes a severe test, at the Eureka to- night. MAIL CONTRACT. Tenders addressed to the FOE fifty (50) and" fifty- one Block 3, North Ward, at each, cash. Apply Box G, cjo Herald. 5 LOTS in Block A, Wallwoik Ad.; on water main; only very easy terms given. W. R.: Dobbin. 2 LOTS, with two good new shacks, in Block A, Wall work Ad.; on water main; each; easy terms. W.'E. Dobbin. 30-0 1 COKNEK LOT, with good shack-or store building, in Block A, Wall- work Ad.; on. water main; easy terms. W. R, Dobbin. 30--O FOR section of-good land, 3% miles south of Burdett; an acre. The Hi; Macbeth P.O. Block. 32-Q TO :HENTv TO small stable, close in, a month. Apply -'Box C; Herald Office.- 23-O IVNOPf or OOAL MIMINO Goal in )UnitcJr' albstfc toe Yukon Territory, Tamiories Itattfd tar -tsiw at aft aa0MV Mfttol Of II acftt, mow that 1MQ will be leased to applicant Application lor a be to tor Afeni or ol district in wbkb ihf rlffcU ajr plied tor are sitaatad. In surveyed territory UM Ian'' must be described by or gal subdivisions of Motions, and to uniurveyed territory the tract applt ed lor shall staked application ittnat be pamed by a tea of whien will be refunded if the applied for arc not available but not otherwiw. A shall .be paid oa the mer- ihantable output of the mine at the rate of fire eentt per too. Every .of coal mining .righte which are not being operated- iball furnish the dutrict Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a iworu to that eflect-at leut onee in each year. The leaae will hieloje the eoal mining only, but. the may be to purchaie whateTct available surface may be 000- the working o! he. mine at the. rate, of f 10. aa acre. For full information Application hould be made to the Beexetaiy ol the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or o< dominion Landa. W- W; Deputy Minister of the Iritorioi Unauthorised publication 01 hie advertisement- will not be pail TO on Ford St., west of Round; suitable-for store or dwelling. Apply The H; Macbeth Agency. 20-0 HOUSE rooms. Ap- ply.; to Ed.' Lethbridge Hotel Barber 28-O ijTY) RENT-A three-roomed cottage, at Ottawa until Friday, IM_ ceum Mr. W. L. STEWART Presents THE STODDART STOCK COMPANY The Best Dramatic and Vaudeville Company Playing Canada Producing Plays of the Better Kind OPENING PLAY TONIGHT THE CHRISTIAN Beautiful Vaudeville Costumes Special Scenery Advanced Vaudeville Between Acts TOMORROW NIGHT THE Prices--! 1, ?5c, 50c and 25c Seats in H Sile it tit [jaa ki Bftict 12tli February, for .the conveyance of Majesty's Mails, on a proposed under- contract ;for four years, 26 and 12 times per week, each way, between Lethbridge and Railway .Station, from .the 1st April next, Printed notices containing further information as to conditions of pro- posed contract may. be seen and blank forms of tender may be obtained at the-post office of Lethbridge and-at the office of the Post Office Inspector. D. A. BRUCE, Post Office Inspector. Post Office Inspector's Office, Calgary. Jan. 1st, 1909. on Ford brewery. Ap- ply" Gustav Brewery. iYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who ia the sole head t family, or any male over 18 years Id. homestead a quarter-Mctiou f available Dominion land in Mani toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta, i'hi applicant must appear ic person M the Dominion Landa Afency or Sub Ajency for tue- district. Eotrj DJ proxy may ;be made at anj 03 certain conditions, by fathe, mother, son, daughter, brother or ter of intending homesteader, Sii monthi' reaidence upoo NEWLY furnished room, with, board, ou'Crabb St., third block from Bed- path...St.. Mrs.., 30-: TO iu Ott Block steam Cheated, well lighted, janitor's services, etc. Apply- at Ott's Barber Shop. 28PO NOTICE. the undersigned, proprietor of the Medicine Hat Dye will transfer my business to Lethbridge. OPERATIONS TO COMMENCE. FEB. 1ST, 1909. Being an experienced man of many years' standing in the dyeing and of ladies' and gentlemen's garments, I solicit a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed. D. DAVIS, Manager. FOR SALE. TO in ..central, location; room for four horses. Bru- chet, Lethbridge. 31-412-2 FOU N N-ASTRAY LOST-r-About 4 weeks, ago, 1 mare, aged. 4 color, bluish grey; for re- turn or information as to abouts. A. Carlson, Windsor ?Hotel, Lethbridge light driving horse, both hind feet white; branded arrow head on left jaw and shoulder; for return to G. Alexander, Lethbridge. 30-0 ONE 5-roomed house three 40- foot lots, in .North Ward; only 600: very easy terms given. W. R. Dobbin. 30-0 FOR 7-roomecl house, xvith water, light and bath, situated on Redpath St. east, cash and each year. Also almost new 5-roometl house, with water; sewer in street but not connected; situated on two Jots; half block new Central School, cash, balance monthly payments. Alberta Realty Co., Coaldale Block. 32-2 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 Of- fice. 28-6 Jan. 16. one red and: white cow, with rope on her horns; brand- ed left ribs and 50 on .right ribs; suitable reward for return: or any information leading; to the same. Apply J. 1246- Bompas Si. east. .32-3 BOARD GOOD BOARD and rooms, at Cosmo- politan Hotel, a week; restaurant ia connection; fruits, candy, etc. Quong, Lee and Co. ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants lank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Rasters SoHcM Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department LcthbMfe Branch: CoaUaU Block, St.