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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LlTMtftlDOf, AkMftTA, MONDAY, JANUARY MOVJNC, .PICTURES ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, Commencing Wednesday Jan. 27th VAUDEVILLE LEW DIAMOND Comedian THREE PEARCE SISTERS Singers and Dancers Complete Change of Motion Pictures and Songs Prices 15c and 25c Curium PerftmuceFrM ti 10.45 District News Budgets COLEMAN .Coleman, Jan. W. T. Smart left Coleman Thursday morn- ing for Royal City where she joins her husband. Mr. Smart has been at Royal City for almost two months and has been employed on the build- ings being erected. Mr. and Mrs. Smart's many friends will regret to know that they are to be residents .of Coleman no longer, but will wish them success in their new home. 0. W. Benedict made a business trip to Taber Wednesday, returning Friday morning. Duncan Smith, of Lethbridge, is .superintending the work in connec- tion with the new addition that is being built to the Coleman Mercan- tile Co.'s store. H. C. McBirney. of Calgary, is reg, istered at the Coleman. H. G. Archibald and Leroy Camp- bell, of Fernie are Coleman visitors today. :vvas built last summer to connect the Corbin mines with the C. P. R. Yesterday (Thursday) being Chi- nese New Year the local Celestials kept the day in the usual style. Needless to say the small boys aboat the streets them every as- sistance in the lighting of fire-crack- ers. A number of Coleman young men at .the opera are giving a dance house tonight. Two passenger cars" and one bag- gage car passed through Coleman to- day -for the Eastern British Colum- bia railway and will be left off at McGillivray where that road joins the C. P. R. This railway is the short line that runs into Gorbin and Lethbridge Poultry Show: The Coleman band has been prac- tising for the last few evenings for some out of town engagements. The band has given .Coleman some splen- did advertising and deserve more encouragement. Another of those pleasant surprise parties which has been so much a feature in the residential part of the town this winter was held at the home of W. H. Haysom on Wednes- day evening. The usual "good time with games and other amusements was spent and prizes in a; contest- were won by Mrs. Stafford and Mrs. Blais. All had a good time. G. Bridgeford, brother of W.Bridge- Briclgeford, brother of Wm. Bridge- ford of the Palm, arrived in Coleman from Nebraska about a week ago. and expects to make his home here in future. Chas. Phillips with Mrs. Phillips and their two children left on Tues- day morning for Nanaimo, B. C., where they will in future reside. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips are among Coleman's oldest residents and while Coleman is sorry to lose them they convention of the municipalities. Grant Young and drew the lucky tickets for horse which John Ncal was raffling off. Mr. Ncul gave each of them ten dollars und kept tho horse. aad Mrs. Williams are leaving today for Vancouver, B. C., where they will make their future home. Mr. Williams is the chemist at tho sugar factory and was here for the run this year. J. J. Baker, M. A., of the school teaching stall, is starting classes in voice production, elocution and dra- matic expi-ession.. B. Roberts held the lucky num- ber in 'the Knitted .Raiment Co. sew- ing machine conrtest. Messrs. Handford and Askey, pho- tographers frcm Lethbridge, have op- ened 'the studio recently occupied by Mr. Abbott. will have the good wishes of all their many friends left behind. F. H. Smith, of Nelson, B. ,C., route agent for the Dominion Express Company, .is in Coleman today. Rougheadjs moving picture show held forth at the opera house Tues- day evening to a fair sized audience. The Coleman Hockey club give a I Feb. 19O9 Prize Schedules FROM F. J. HARBINSON P.O. BOX 531 LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA smoker tomorrow opera house. evening at Stock taking seems to be general with Coleman merchants at present. The Mercantile and the Co-operative have been busy at it during the past week. Though we have had the Chinook for a week it does not seem to les- sen our sleighing. It was never beC ter all through the Pass. From the latest issue of the .Cole- man Miner eminates -a pathetic lit- tle wail about the credit it lost for those news items some one was -wick- ed enough to have copied. It ia very regrettable and the perpetrator is the GOALDALE Coalctole, Jan. and Mrs. K'eilsou of Stirling are visiting at Mr. Haley's. Mr. and Mrs. Emde entertained a few of their friends last Thursday ev- ening. About twenty were present, and a delightful evening was speat in games, and after a dainty luncheon in which the hostess was assisted by Mrs. Limblad, the remainder of the evening was spent in dancing. A representative of and a photographer were out Friday to ascertain the facts about our grow- ing town for the special edition of the paper to appear in. about six weeks. Mr. C. Williams' of was town Thursday on business. Church, service was held as usual yesterday. The infant daughter of Hr. and Mrs. Xeilson was-baptized. There ia an increasing tendency to begin the service late, and those at- tending from a distance complain that the service being, prolonged dis- courages them from attending while the days are so short. George Heighes Jr., and wife left ast Friday for their home at Iron Springs. Mr. C. H. Seitters is reported to be quite ill. Color, Flavor, are the strong points of ce A: MANUFACTURED on THE Quwasw INDIA. RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's BICH, CLEAR COLOE, fresh FRAGRANCE- and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! Daily Herald Market Place to Mil tr rtflt fbct h to this csfau. If 25c iuerttoM fsr SI mssam W OOAt HINIMG Coal st Dsatatos SITUATIONS VACANT general semnt wanted. Apply Mrs. D. May, 422 Bartlett St. 3K) WORK WANTED. work, by respectable woman; washing or cleaning. Apply Box L, Herald Office.. 33-6 LAND FOR SALE MAGRATH Magrath, Jan. point to a very busy season, for the builders here next summer. A meet-! ing of the electors was held last Thursday evening in the school house and after much discussion it was de- cided that as a new school was bad- ly needed here, the trustees be given power to erect a school house. Plans will be asked from the Provincial Go- vernment for as. eight and ten room- ed school house. The cost is esti- mated at about A town hall is being talked of by the councillors. A butcher shop will shortly be erected next-to J. D. Bmg- ham Son's real estate office. Jen- sen Bros, will move their present pre- mises to the rear of their lots and erect a large three-storey brick bloclc The Bank of Montreal are said to be, building a fine new bank. A large warehouse will also- be erected shortly The Magrath Trading pp., according to rumor, will build a three storey addition to their, stored .The trustees of the Presbyterian Church j are to commence building next. week. A meeting of the ratepayers of tht Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. FOR on Couttk St., close to school, at each; 1-3 cash, bal- ance easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. 6-0 KIDNEY PISEASE COMES ON QUIETLY. Perhaps no other organs work harder than the kidneys to preserve the general health of the body and mjst people are troubled with some kind of Kidney C Jtnptaint, bat dj not suspect it. It may h iw be--n in the sy-i'.-eTi for some tirna. There m.iy have b'Mn swelling of the feet and jintles, disturbances of the urinary organs, such as brick dust deposit in ths urine, highly colored scanty or cloudy urine, bla l.ler p tins, frequeit or sapresse.-l urina- tion, burning sensation when urinating, etc. D not neglect any of thswa symptoms, for, if neglected they will lead to Bright's Dis -aae. Dropsy an-1 Dinbetes, CM ths first of any th 113 wrong Doan'a Kidney Pills ah juld b-j-takeu. They go to the seiC of trouble, strengthen the kidneys and help Ihera to filter the blood properly and flush off the impurities which cause kidney Albertb B. Clarke, Stony Creek, Ont., writet: 1 was troubled with kidney trouble for several years; my back was weak, I had irach terrible headaches, and was so restless I could not sleep at night FOU 4 weeks ago, 1 mare aged 4 years; brand S on left stiffle color, bluish grey; reward for re- tura 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 BOARDERS and board at per week, in a modern house. 526 Bartlett St. 3 Doan's they completely cured me. I now feel as well as I ever did and wonld adviso eve-yone from Kidney Disease to try them." Price 50 eta. per box, or 3 for all dealers or The T. Milb-orn Co., Limited, Toronto. Onfc. 7 Wfaea ordering specify Doan's." inhabitants. They expect to find good water at a depth of about sixty feet. Our townsite man, Mr. Olquist, has given the town a lot- on which to build a fire engine house. .Work on our new -school building has commenced and it will be fin- ished in time fpr school about May I.-..-- A petition has been extensively signed asking the postal authorities to change the mafl. contracts so as to give us mail each way once a day. -The- petition will be sent in soon and -vfre hope for favorable action on leather card and bill folder, containing papers and sum of money. Name, "J. A. stamped inside. Finder keep money and return purse to Herald Office. 37-3. ARTICLES WANTED. kinds of second-hand shoes, hats, guns, pistols, all kinds of mnsical instruments, trunks and satchels. Call at the Al- bertan Second-Hand Store, Redpath Street, next to McKenzie and Roy. Write "P.O. Box 630, Lethbridge. 35-6 worst kind of a thief. It is almost I district was held last Thursday as bad as robbing the dead. There is little difference between taking from the dead and the near dead. RAYMOND Raymond, Jan. Rivers, Mayor of Kaymond, leaves next week i'or Edmonton where he will attend a Buy where you are sure of good value and dependable quality in Lumber and Building Material Oar patrons are our best advertising medium. Ask any of our customers as to the quality and prices of the Building Supplies turned out of our yard' o Wood Fibre Plaster and Exshaw Cement always in stock THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. LTD. Lethbridfe, Dayton, City Yard-South of Ellison Milk PHONE 225 P.O. BOX 654 The Pioneer Lumber Coltd. taken ovei the business of the Enterprise Lumber Co., and solicits the patronage of all customers of the old Company, as well as the public generally. We will deal only in the highest grades of Lumber and Build- ing Material. Prompt attention to Large and Small Orders. Estimates gladly furnished. the Pioneer Lumber Go. Ltd. R. RANEY, Local Manager ing in 'the school house. It was de- cided to apply to the Provincial Go- vernment .for a Herd Law to be en- forced in. this district. Mrs. David Pryde returned from her visit to Salt Lake, Utah; last Wed- nesday. Mrs. Henderson, mother of the May or of Lethbridge, is paying a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Pryde. The first tournament of the Whist Club was held at the home of Mr. night. The first prize was won by Miss N. Witte and the booby prize by John Sindlinger. Mr. Carl Loose, our popular tailor, had the misfortune to break his leg while riding to his home last Wed- nesday noon.. He Is reported to be improving very well. COLERIDGE. Coleridge, Jan. on W. Martin's new residence, which was in- terrupted by the cold snap, was re- sumed on the 21st inst., and the foun dation has been completed. J. rider, of Medicine Hat. is the contrac- tor. Mrs. McCarrolI has returned from an extended visit to friends in braska and Missouri. T. Ginther, who has been boring wells for the C.P.R. east.of here, has returned with his machinery to Col- eridge and this week will put down a well for Mr. Paul Lecieux at hi-? new hotel. G. Johnson, who has been night op-i erator here for the past month, has Our citizens are organizing a com- pany to drill for gas in town, so that in a few months we expect to have gas in every house in this place. Enterprise is what counts in build- ing a town, and we certainly have it. Several new buildings have been commenced in the last week, and the sound of the carpenter's hammer is like sweet music after the cold spell. Mr. La Marsh has sold his inter- est in the lumber business, and will "soon ge- on his homestead. He is taking with him 300 hens and ex- pects to corner the egg market- dur- ing the corning summer. A new blacksmith shop will be opened up for business" and there is strong talk of another store being put. in by a gentleman from Dakota. A restaurant will be started soon, and we hope to have a bank before the summer is over. en- The firm of auditors which gaged by the city last year to do its work has since added to its munici- pal clients, Regina, Prince Albert, Me- dicine Hat and many other points. It took Lethbridge to set tho txomple however IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF LETH3RIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HAROLD HAYR. LATE OF LETHBRIDGE, IN THE PRO- VINCE OF ALBERT DECEASED. NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to the Order of His Honour Judge Winter made herein the 23rd day of TENDERS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES SEALED TENDERS addressed to the undersigned and endorsed, "Ten- ders for will be re- ceived at this Department up to. noon on Monday, 15th February, 1909, .for the delivery of Indian Supplies dur- ing the' fiscal year ending the 31st March, 1910, duty paid, at -various points in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Forms of tender containing full particulars may be had by applying to the undersigned, or to the Indian Commissioner at Winnipeg. The lowest or" any tender .not necessarily accepted. j. D. MCLEAN, Secretary. Department of Indian Affairs, Ottawa. inserting- this advertisement without authority of FOR African veteran scrip, cheap. Block. R. V. Gibtons, Ott 21-O 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. 30-0 FOR section of good land, 3% miles south of Burdett; an acre. The H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. 33-0 FOR African veterans' scrip; cheap. Alberta Realty Co. TO RENT. TO unfurnished rooms, suitable for light, housekeeping. Ap- ply 630 Coutts St. 36-6 TO A small stable, close in, a Office. Apply Box C-, Herald J3-0 TO on Ford St., west of Round; suitable for store or dwelling. Apply The H. Macbeth Agency. 20-0 HOUSE TO rooms. Ap- ply to Ed. Kennedy, Lethbridge lotel Barber Shop. 28-0 SfEWLY furnished room, with board, on Crabb St., third block from Red- path St. Mrs. Wm. R. Smith. 30-2 TO in- Ott 31ock steam heated, well lighted, janitor's services, etc. Apply at Ott's Barber in the xukon Territory, tiu Territories and British OolwsnOs, to tauud fee s tens el twesjtor-osM Not mow thra 1MB wil) be leased to one sjSpHotat Application lor msde to the Agtnt OK ol the diitriet in wnich the rights sp- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the Ian-' must be h] ssnHnna, or gal subdivisions ol sections, sod IB unsurreyed territory the appli- ed'for shall be staked vV- application aauat be pamed by a fee of which will be refunded if the rights applied for art not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the mine at the rate of five per too. Every of ooaf which are not being shall furnish the: district Agent of Domio- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least oaoe in oach year. The lease will include the eoal mining rights only, bat the lesee may be permitted to pnrchaae whatever available surface righta may be OOB- aidered for the working ol the mine at the rate of 110 an acre. For fall information Application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or .any Agent or Bob-Agent ol Dominion Lsndi. 1 W. W. GOBI, Deputy Minister of the Interior publication thic advertisement will not be tor. Shop. 28-0 ?0 rooms. Apply lorner Bompas and Smith St., or Box 115, City. 35-6 furnished room in North Ward, Wallwork St. 'Apply Herald Office, Box J. 37-6 ROOM requir- .cs good- large room in comfortable up to date house. Apply P. 0. Box 451 and state conveniences. 37-2 FOR SALE FOR house, on Cutbill St.; handles ik Al- berta Realty Co. FOR business lot 25 x the Department wiU not be paid. 150 situated in centre of good block in T. A. Sedg- 37-6 MAIL CONTRACT. Sealed Tenders addressed to the Postmaster-General, will be received at Ottawa until noon, on Friday, the 12th February, for the conveyance of his Majesty's Mails, on a proposed contract for four 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, 1900. ,the town of Claresholm. 1'iv, Claresholm. .ONE 5-roomed house and three 40- foot lots, in North Ward; only been removed to Bow Island, and his! 1909> that creditors and others having claims against the es- place filled by Medicine Hat. Johnstone from BOW ISLAND. Bow Island, Jan. was a meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society at- the Bow'Island House Friday after- noon. The attendance was very large, being fourteen ladies present, If people have any doubts as to the number of beautiful women at this place, just let them attend one of those meetings and they will be con- vinced. The dance at Bow Island House last evening was a grand success, there being thirty couple present. The people have clubbed together Mid are putting down a well in the centre of town for the use of all the tate of Harold Hayr, deceased, are required to send the same duly cer- tified to the Executors at the office of L. M. Johnstone. of Lethbridge, aforesaid. Solicitor for the said Ex- ecutors, on or before the 28th day of February, 1S09. togethfer with a statement 01 the securities, (if any) held by them, and that after the said 28th day of February. J9C3, the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of deceased among the parties entitled having regard .only to tho claims of which they shall then have, notice. DATED this 2oth day of January, 1909. L. M. JOHNSTONE, Solicitor for Executors. Public Notice Public notice is hereby given that the Lethbridge Electric Company, Limited, have sold their and are about to close up their af- fairs. Any person having accounts or other claims against the Company are requested to forward the same to the Company's office, in the Higin- bo'tham Block, without delay. H. MACBETH, .36-7 Secretary-Treasurer. 600; easy terms given. Dobbin. W. R. 30-0 FOR afternoon Jan, 27, small cook stove, bed and cooking utensils. In rear of Delany's on Coutts St., 1 block south of new school. Shack for rent. 37-2 WANTED TO 4 to 6 ft. plate glass eigar National cash register; must be in good condition. Address' N. M., P.O. Box 495. 36.6 HORSE WANTED sadle horse, will buy. Apply J. A. H.? c_o the O. W. Kerr Co. .37-2 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person whq-is the sole head a family, or any male over IS yean may homestead a quarter-sectioo of available Dominion land in Mani toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. xb( applicant mast, appear in person tlie Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency lor the district. Entry oy proxy, may be made at any agency oa certain .conditions, by lathe. mother, son, daughter, brother or ter of intending homeateader.- leaidenoa upon cind cu) tivation of the land, in of three years. A homesteader: live within nine miles of his stead on a farm of at least 90 acrvi solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or aiiter. In certain districtd a homesteadiit in good standing may pre-empt s quarter-section alongside his home, stead. Price per acre. Duties. reside six .months in each of sii years from date of homestead 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; eaih ot three years, cultiyate, fifty acres and erect a rtouse worth W; W; CORY. Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication ot advertisement will not be paid for." NOTICE. I, the undersigned, proprietor of the Medicine Hat Dye Works, will transfer my business to Lethbridge. OPERATIONS TO COMMENCE FEB. 1ST, 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.rOAVIS, Manager. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietow Office opposite Balmoral PHONE 03 ESTABLISHED 1864. Merchants Bank of Canada i HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits............ Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders v Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Uthbnlff Branch: CoaldftU TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Draying Dutfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for i DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal dslirered promptly. on delirery. J. S. FMLits A. L in St Gow'i ;