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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALMKTA, Fill DAY, JANUARY IMC. MOVING .hCTURtS. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE UNION MEN AND A UNION HOUSE VAUDEVILLE w WwJfdiilDectMs 1. New Military Airships 2. Electrocuted 3. On the (Jrais 4. Amateur Sportsman 5. Inquest Of Health Little Red School House" Pficca 15c and 25c UrtniMt Perfenuice 7.30 to 10.45 News Of the District COLERIDGE. Coleridge, Jan. A. J. Ro- bichaud, contractor, left yesterday for Lethhridge. where he has a contract that will occupy him for a month or six weeks. The Cecil Restaurant is closed for a few days. Two mouths ago the pro prietor, Mr. John McCarroll, leased the business for a .term of one year Yesterday morning one of the regular boarders came around to the owner's residence to inquire why breakfast was not being served. Upon invest! gatiorx Mr. McCatroll found his build- ing empty, but not swept and gar- nished. During the night the occu- pants had folded their tents and had silently stolen away. Up to the time of writing their whereabouts have not been ascertained. ilr. C. Totten, C.p.R. agent, ports a new arrival at Coleridge Ca- tion, but does not say by what train. We extend congratulations. Mr. N. T. McLeod. of Lethbridge, was in town yesterday On business of the Coleridge Syndicate. A number of Dakota farmers arriv- ed on yesterday's Spokane train. It is their intention to secure land in this vicinity. The annual school meeting of this district was held on Saturday, the 16th inst. The reports showed the business of the school to be in a sat- isfactory condition. Mr. Francis Wright was reclected trustee and sec- retary-treasurer and Sir. Peter Wise, chairman of the Board. CARDSTON Cardston, Jan. incoming train today brought the following Cardstonians back from Utah. Mr. and Mrs. A. Cazier, Mr. and Mrs. E. Ockey, and Miss Blanche Folsom. Our genial Uncle Tom Woolford, one of Cardston's most successful farmers came in on today's train. He has been, talking at the seed fairs. Andrew Spence and family are up from Spring Coulee on a visit to Cardston and Leavitt. The weather is perfect today, 38 above zero in the shade, and it feels like spring. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hardy of Stir- ling recently married in Salt Lake City, are spending part of their hon- eymoon with relatives and friends in the Cajpdston district. The ice men are beginning to put up the coming season's supply. The butchers and the bakers have a house- to fill and W- 0. Lee and sons will put up -.more than usual for the gen- eral public. A good house greeted llr. Mose Johnson and our home dramatic com- pany lost night in their secood play for the season. "The Gold King." Most of the parts were in very cap- able hands and it went off very satis- factorily. Lethbridge Poultry Show: Feb. 4 19O9 I Prize Schedules PROM F. J. HARBINSON P.O. BOX 531 LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA a large uud enthusiastic at the Awseiubly Hall, Jan. 19. characters were welJ sustained by the of the troupe. RAYMOND Raymond, Jan. 21 and Fraser who have been working ou their new copper mine near Card- ston nre in Raymond, getting sup- plies. Toe R. V. F. S. held tbeir weekly meeting last evening it being liter- ary evening: The subject dioeuMed was Dr. Drummond, the Canadian poet. A good programme was renr dered. TABER Taber, Jan. D. Shiell's new store on Front St.' is Hearing com- pletion. He has just received a car of hardware which he i'.. reloading and in future will condu.t a general hardware business in addition to his plumbing business. Owing to the constant increase of pupils at the central school it has been found necessary to open another room. Sliss Ethel Muuro has been engaged as'teacher. The funeral took place yesterday at the Taber cemetery of Harold Lar- ayne, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bullock. The following officers of Taber Lodge No. 25 I. 0. O. F. were in- stalled on. Thursday evening, the 21st inst. by Bro. firown Pipes, of Leth- bridge. N.G., Bro. S. Brvinef V.G-., Bro. T. Bullock; Secretary, Bro. H. P. Munro; treasurer, Bro. TJ..F. Stah-j ley; W., Bro. J. R. 3funro; C.r Broc W. E. Walker; R.S.N.G., Bro. J. Truswell; L.S.N.G., Bro. H. A. Brown; R.S.V.G., Bro. W. H. Lang; L. S. V. G., Bro. C. C. Millar; Bro. F. R. Davies; I.G., G. Sparks; O.G., Bro. J. Pierson; Chap., A. P. j Veale. On Thursday, the 21st inst., Mr. Case of Lethbridge, opened the safe of the Co., which was in the fire. The books and papers were found to be in good order. Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of RAM LAL3 PURE TEA It's HIGH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet IT IS PURE! Dally Herald Market Place WhM you have siytbisf to lc rcit slice It to thU COlHSU. If you wMt siythisf this cobuM. 25e OM lucrtios i issertiois for SI SITUATIONS VACANT waitress at the Coal dale Bestaurant. Coaldale Block. 30-6 general wanted. Apply Mrs. D. May, 422 Bartlett St. general ser vant. Apply to Mrs. W. C. Simmons 322 Ashmead St. 35.0 Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only m Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. CARDSTON Cardston, Jan. Board of Trade held its annual meeting on January 19. The reports for the past year were read and approved. The following gentlemen, were elected as officers for the ensuing year. Pre- sident, D. S. Beach; vice-president, R. H. Baird; secretary, D. E. Harris Jr.; treasurer, F. G. Wood; executive committee, Martin Woojf, Walter 3rown. and Van Brown. A number of new names were ac- as members. Everything ooks good to the Board and 'they vilj assist our progressive town in ill financial matters. The following passengers came in roin Utah today. Adelbert Cazier nnu wife, Alfred McCune, Henry Far- mer, Charles Railerry, Charles Ockey. While they each had a pleasant time in the south, yet they are pleased to be home again. A party of Cardston's young peo- ple went to Raymond to attend a se- lect dancing party today.. Among oth- ers were Hisses Lily Buce, Alta Stod- dard', Agnes May, Lila Brown and Jona Woolf. Charles Zemp and family are visit- ing friends at Raymond. Me. H. K. Wynder is shingling his new residence. When completed this will be one ci the finest appearing houses in town. The stone is from tho quarry here and was cut by Mr. Wynder. "The Gold King" was presented to It's a man's duty to dress well Also, it's his duty to dress well economically. Logically, its his duty to wear 'Progress Brand" Clothing Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE McGUIRE GRANUM Granum, Jan. has a long distance telephone station here but it is that the gov- ernment will soon, establish a local exchange system. It is badly needed and should pay from the start. a recent game of hockey the neighboring team from Clatesholm, suffered defeat at the hands of our local boys. Dr. Anderson is building a fine resi- dence on Bachelor Street. Messrs. Nichols, Cummiags, Richard Herring, Cochlin, and Allison are also preparing to build. Several carpenters are busy at out- side work during this mild weather. Several of our prominent citizens are away taking advantage of the Banff hot springs. reliable thermometer. During the late cold spell the tem- perature varied from ten to twenty degrees at different places in the town. reliable coal dealer who will handle coal during cold wea- ther. more churches imd people to "attend them. (We have only ,our churches now.) We hear that Taber has an supply of dogs. We would be much obliged if they would supply bur needs. According to our tax collect-" or's report, there is only one dog in Granum. Last night the local Woodmen of America had a very 'successful ball in the town hall. The hall was taste- fully decorated by the Woodmen of Granum. The Masons are about to organize a lodge here. A district Sunday, school convention was held here- last week on Thursday and Friday.- hotel license. Fiutler re- turn. R. W. M. P, Author- ities please return to Granum. At the Young People's meeting to- night, Rev. A. D. Patterson will give a talk on Burns. A few days since, a valuable Irish equine, belonging to a protriimmt tizen, observing an oat on the further j side of the railway was injured by a passenger train vi'Jle twking steps to procure the much ker- nel. THEATRE Strictly Union Theatre THE GREAT MYSTERIOUS CHRISTOPHER NOTICE TO THEATREGOERS. Tonight the performance at the Eureka will begin at 7.30 sharp. All wishing a good seat must come early, as the Mysterious Fontinelle makes the first exposure of this high-class act, and by all probabilities the house will be packed to the doors, as every, one is desirous of ascertaining whe- ther it be a mechanical figure, a human being, or what it is. Mana- ger Morris has also secured the clever De Comas, sensational European acro- bats, late from the Eingling circus, for tonight and Saturday night, with a big special matinee on Saturday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. This will be one of the best bills ever presented in our city. WORK WANTED. work, by respectable woman; washing or cleaning. Apply Box L, Herald: Office. 33-6 FOR on Coutts St., close to school, at each; 1-3 cash, bal- ance easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. .6-0 FOR African veteran scrip, cheap. E. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 21-0 5 LOTS in Block A, Wallwork 'Ad.; on water main; only very easy terms given. W. R. Dobbin. 30-0 2 LOTS, with two good new shacks, in Block A, Wallwork Ad.; on water main; each; easy terms. W. R. Dobbin. DUNSWORTH and VALDER Refined Irish Sketch Artists WEDDING AT RAYMOND. (Special to The Herald.) Eaymond, Jan. evening Miss Lucia Scovel was united in matrimony to Mr. William Zemp, at her home. Bishop Anderson perform-, ed the ceremony. The bride looked beautiful, dressed in white lawn. About sixty guests were present. Those out nf town that were present were Mr. and Mrs. Zemp, of Card- ston, brother and sister-inJaw of the bridegroom. Many useful and beau- tiful gifts were presented to.the new- ly married couple. A dainty lunch was served, and as the guests de- parted they were given a "piece of the wedding cake. MARION BLAKE The Lady with the Voice CHIGO KASUGO The Japanese Wonder PRIZE DANCE AT RAYMOND. Raymond, Jan. grand prize dance given- last night was a great success. Many from Cardston and Stirling attended. A very interest- ing and amusing event was the cake walk given by Miss Eva 'Heal and Master Ellis Smith. The first prize for the best dancers were given to Miss Stella Van Wagoner and Mr. Spencer, the latter from .Cardston. The second prize was awarded to Miss Mae Hage and Mr. Fred Anderson. There were many good dancers pres-. ent, but the judges, Messrs.- Henry Smith, William .Lamb, Washington Brimhall, Mark Cannon and Mrs. Mabel Powelson, after careful- con- sideration, chose on those named. The O'Brien Orchestra was in attend- ance, and good music was rendered. The hall was almost too crowded for everyone to enjoy themselves. j 1 CORNEE LOT, with good shack or store building, in Block A, Wall- work Ad.; en Crater main; easy terms. W. Dobbin. 30-0 FOE section of good land, 3X miles south of Burdett; an acre. The H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. 32-0 TO RENT. TO small stable, close in, a month. Apply Box C, Herald Office. 23-0 TO on Ford St., west qf Round; .suitable for store or dwelling. Apply The H. Macbeth Agency. 20-O HOUSE TO rooms. Ap- ply to Ed. Kennedy, .Lethbridge Hotel Barber Shop. 28-0 iYNOPflt COAL ULATIPNt Coal tifbtt of tte in the Yukon Territory, tin Territoriei and Britiib auj be for a term of twenty-out years at an annual rental of f 1 acre. Not more than ZJUO acres will be leased to one applicant. Application lor a lease bt made to the Agent or Sub-Agent oi the district in which the rifhti ap- plied for are situated. ID surveyed territory the Ian-' must be described by or gal of flections, and in uneurveyed territory the tract appli- fid for shall be staked Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwige. royalty be paid .on the mer- chantable output of the' inine at tb.t of five cents per ton. Every of coal miaing which are not being operated shall Euruish tbe district Agent of Domia- ioo Leads with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the. coal mining rights only, but thelesee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- lidered necessary for the working oi he mine at the rate of an Acre. For fail information application hould be made to the Secretary oi he Department oi the. Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent oi 'ominioo Lands. W. W. GOBY, Deputy Minister of tbe Interior publication oi thi? advertisement will not be patf tor. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS NEWLY furnished room, with board, on Crab.b St., third block from Bed- path St. Mrs. Wm. E. Smith. 30-2 TO in ptt Block steam heated, well lighted, janitor's services, etc. Apply at Ott's Barber Shop. ,28-0 FOR SALE ONE 5-roomed house and three 40- foot lots, in North Ward; only very easy terms given. W, R. Dobbin. so-O FOU N 6 Big Features in Of Drv Goods for Ten Pays Only Everything to be sold regardless of cost, consisting of Goati, Shirt Waists Gloves, Corsets, im- broidery, Lace. Ribbons, Veilings, Chiffon, Dress Goods, Children's Dresie., Hose, etc. For Hats at half price. PLACE OF SALfc- NewBlocK Opposite Lyceum Round Street cor- Dufferin MILK RIVER. Milk River, Jan. G. Locki'. who has' been visiting at the Sattorluc home, has returned to North Dakota, having received a telegram informing him of the serious illness of his wife. Mr. Montie Locke also went back with hia father. Mrs. Oscar Fitzmaurice returned the first of the week from her trip to North Dakota, where she'has been. visiting relatives and friends. She reports it having been very cold there, and is glad to get back to Sunny Alberta. Mr. Hefner, from Sheldon, North Dakota, arrived at Milk Hiver Tues- day. He intends to locate here for the future. Mr. W. A. Satterlee and H. H. Tom- fohr drovn out to the Signer ranch and to Ponduray on Wednesday. They are buying horseP. Mr. F. Michailis. who bought the Brooks threshing outfit, has removed the same to his farm, some six miles of town._ Mr. Frank A. Smith came down on the- train from Warner Tuesday to re- sumo work on the Merriam house, which he is building. Ferdinand Seel ton made a business trip to Lethbridge Tuesday, return- ing on Thursday's train. Two cars with emigrant effects into Milk River'today. Moving Pictures Excellent Accommodations MAIL CONTRACT. Sealed Tenders addressed to the Postmaster-General, will be received at Ottawa until noon, on the 12th February, for the conveyance of his Majesty's Mails, on a proposed contract for four years. 26 and 12 times per weelc, each way, 'between Lethbridge and Railway Station, from the 1st April next! Printed notices containing further information as to conditions of pro- posed contract inay be seen and blank forms 'of tender may be obtained at the post office of Lethbridge and ai the office of the Post Office Inspector. D. Ar BETJCE, Post Office Inspector. Post Office Inspector's Office, Calgary, Jan. 1st, 1909. Good Music PRICES 15 Cents and 25 Cents BIG MATINEE TOMORROW AFTERNOON 3 O'CLOCK NOTICE. I, the undersigned, proprietor of the Medicine Hat Dye Works, 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 gsrments, I solicit a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed. D. DAVIS, Manager. 4 weeks ago, 1 mare, aged 4 years; brand S on stiifler color, bluish grey; reward for re- turn or information as to where- abouts. A. Carlson, Windsor Hotel, Lethbridge. 18-30 light" driving horse, both hind feet white; branded arrow head on left jaw and shoulder; for return to G. Alexander, Lethbridge. -20-0 BOARD GOOD BOARD and rooms; at Cosmo- politan Hotel, ?6 a week; restaurant in connection; fruits, candy, etc. Quong, Co. 30-6 BOARDERS and board at per week, in a modern house. 526 Bartlett" St. 34-6 ARTICLES WANTED. kinds of second-hand clothing, shoes, hats, guns, pistols, all kinds of musical instruments, ranks and satchels. Call at the Al- >erian Secondhand Store, Redpath Street, next to McKenzie and Roy. Write P.O. Box 630, Lethbridge; Any person who 13 the sole head a family, or any "male over 18 years Id, may homestead a- quarter-sectiofl oi available Dominion land in Mani- toba. Saskatchewan or Alberta. xb< applicant must appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the. district Entry Dy proxy may be .made at any agenor on certain conditions, by fathe. motiier, aon, brother or ter of intending- homesteader. months' residence upon ind cultivation rofTthe land .in each of three years. A homesteader may -livt within nine miles of his siead on a farm; of at least 80 solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, aon, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price 13-00 per'acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six years from' date "of homeatetd entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra A homesteader who-has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a, pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside six months in oi three cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W. W. GOBY, Deputy of-the Minister of the Interior. publication oi this advertisement will not be paid for. PLANS WANTED. Plans for 4-rfcomed- Public School, with basement suitable for the addi- tion of 4'more rooms. State ap- proximate cost. To received not later than Feb- ruary 2nd, 1909. R. HUGH WILSON, Sec.-Treas. School Board, 34-6 Box 24, Maple Creek. ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Bfftftch: Coaldftle Block. Rcdpmth St. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHON E TO THE PUBLIC J We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Draying outfit, and are prepared to execute all ordeiu for DRAYING promptly