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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHMIOOf. ALMRTA, THURSDAY, JANUARY I Ml- MOVING PICTURES -ADVANCED i VAUDEVILLE.] VAUDEVILLE: Juvenile Slotiof ud Ducing Trii Irish THREE PEARCE SISTERS LEV DIAMOND MOVINQ 1. A Nobleman's Rights 2. Man Wantol 3. Love and the Bicycle 4. Winter Day in Switzerland 5. Athletic American Girl the Wild Wood Where the Blue Bells Grow1 Mother Cave Her Child Away. Had Given up all Hope of Living. Heart Trouble was Cured by Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills. Mrs. Andrew Savoy, N.B., the year 1905 I was token and did not think I could live any length of time. My trouble was with my heart and people told mo that nothing could be for a case like mine. I consulted the very best doctors but they could do me no gcKXJ. For seven weeks 1 could hardly cross the floor. I had no pain, but was so weak nobody in the world can believe how J felt. I had given up all hopes of living and had givea my little girl to my sister- in-law. One day a friend came to see me, tnd calling me by name, said, Lizzie, if I were you I would try a dose of Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills as they are good for heart trouble.' My husband got me a box, but for two days I was not feeling any better, but on the fourth my huaband said I believe those pills are doing you good.' I was able to say, Yes, I feel a good deal better this morning.' He said, Well, I will get yon another box right away.'' I Stock two boxes and three doses out of the third one, and I was perfectly well and have not been sick since then. "I will never be without them in my home for God knows if it had not been for Mil- burn's Heart and Nerve Pills, I would not have been'alive now." Price 50 cents per box, 3 boxes for fl.25, at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, THE TALK IS FOR PROFESSIONAL BALL JAS. FLEMING OF MEDICINE HAT SCOUTING4 AROUNu That the highly scientific game o K ,x n -n baseba11 Wl11 n professionally in Alberta this year seems very pro bable. A league taking in cities as far east as Winnipeg and as far west as Cal-1 gary is not generally accepted as prac ticable by those who" have nad exper- ience in running professional sporting aggregations of this kind. The places are too wide apart and make the jumps too expensive in railroad fare, and this is no small item in base- ball club expenditure. It cost the professional teams of 1907 CLOSE DURING NIGHT Vacouver, B. C., Jan. lio- tel proprietors of Nanaimo have is- sued notice of the voluntary closing of hotel bars from one to six a.m. They give the reason that a man should go home at one o'clock if he is to be fit for work the next- day. EVER The Eureka has in the past had some good acts, but never an act that pleased the theatre-goers more than 'The Three Pearce Sisters This act alone is worth the price of the show. The youngest of the trio, a little girl of not more than six summers, is one of the best child comedians on the vaudeville stage, and she is well supported by her two older sisters (though the older sisters may not like it stated in this Lew Diamond, Irish Comedian is first-class. His songs, jokes, etc., are above the average and were received with much applause. Motion pictures were a feature last night. Mgr, Morris says he is on the best and most expensive circuit a.nd the pictures were well up to their reputation. The illustrated song was one of the best yet put on. The singing was ex- cellent. in the neighborhood of apiece for railroad fares. In, Lethbridge there is a strong feeling among the fans for the old league of 1907 again, this city, Medicine Hat. Calgary and Edmonton. With the experience of years ago a much better start is possible. Each of the four cities mentioned know just where they are at on the question. It has been suggested that instead of sending the teams on ex- pensive training trips it would an- swer quite as well to have the play- ers report at .their respective places and work out there previous to the opening of the league. Jas. Fleming, well known baseball enthusiast of Medicine Hat, has been on a scouting tour, by the way of feeling out The pleasure of the pro- moters of the game in some of the other towns. It is understood that he visited Edmonton and Calgary and his propositions were favorably receiv ed in regard to reforming the league of" 1907. If Mr. Fleming wishes any further, encouragement he can get it EACH COUNTY GETS ITS SHARE MONTANA HEARS ABOUT WATER- WAYS TREATY AS IT AFFECTS MILK AND ST. MARYS RIVERS Fulls, Jan. Tribune says: The inost definite statement that has been received iu Montana in regard to the treaty recently negotiat. SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Office In the world A.O. 1710 BI-CCMENA1V 1910 HOME OFFICE t LONDON. ENGLAND C. B. BOWMAN, LETHBRIDGE, AGENT. sum sufficient to conserve to the United the waters of the St. Mary's Jakes and river, came duly to hand. It would be practically impos- COLEMAN Coltunan, Jan. J. Lewis, who has been in the hospital for sev- eral weeks with a broken log, wai sible to get through such a special ap- permitted to leave on Saturday and d between TTd PrOPdali0n ls about by the aid oi a ccl bttuten Canada and the United of the short session, and in view of pair of crutchcs. Mr. hopes to States, relative tox the waters of the St. Marys and Milk Kivers, is contain- ed in a letter received yesterday by Secretary W. A. Remington, of the Great Falls Board of Commerce, from Senator Jos. M. Dixon, to the effect that the to governments have each agreed to take one-naif of the waters of the two rivers. A Tribune Washington dispatch stated that the terms of the treaty, which had not been made public, satisfactory to the Montana congres- sional delegation and to the reelama- iou service. Another dispatch pub- lished in a state paper said that the -reaty provided that the Canadian government should be entitled to only such waters as found their source in Janada, and that the United States should have the waters that, found their source in this country. Natural- y it was hoped this was the basis on which tne treaty was framed, but rom Senator Dixon's letter, it ap- pears otherwise. Senator Dixon's letter follows: Washington, Jan. 21, 1909. My Dear have your of re- cent date enclosing copy ol the_reso- utions of the Great Falls board of jommerce, urging the appropriation 3f a sum of money to conserve the raters of the St. Mary's river. You have probably seen in the VIontana papers before this the news hat a long.delayed treaty between Canada and the United States has at ast been negotiated and was trns- mitted to the senate for ratification ome days ago. The treaty will un- oubtedly be ratified soon and, as nder its provisions, the two gov- rnments have agreed to each take ne-half of the waters of the St. lary's and Milk Rivers, this will set. .e the controversy and upon ratificaj on of the treaty, the reclamation ervice will at once proceed with the fact that a treaty between the United States and the Canadian gov- ernments has been agreed to, subject to action of the Senate thereon, such discussion of the subject as would be occasioned by the introduction of this bill would be unwise at "this time. The treaty is now pending before the Senate committee on foreign re- lations of which committee I am a member, and the clause relating to the use of the waters of the St. Mary's lake and river, as well as the- use of the channel of the Milk river tc con- duct the same is in iny charge. While the terms of the treaty -cannot be made public belore the same has been ratified by the Senate, I can assure you that the rights' of the United States in these waters are properly safeguarded by the treaty provisions. As scon as the treaty has been ra- tified, which will be before the close of this session of Congress, the re. clamation will at once take up the St. Mary's and Milk River projects in earnest and push the same to com- pletion. Very truly CARTER. A third letter from Congressman Pray says that the recent settlement of the controversy, "ought to lead to a favorable solution of the problem that has been under consideration for a number of years." Thecommunica- tion from Congressman Pray follows: Washington, Jan. 16, 1909. Mr. W. A. Remington, Secretary, Great Falls Board of Comerce, Great Falls, Montana, Dear letter of the 12th last.., with a copy of the resolutions concerning St. Mary's lake and river las just been received. The same shall have my careful consideration. You have no doubt read in the press dispatches of the recent settlement of the St. Marys controversy between 1 get to work soon again, i D. L. McPhee ol Hoyal City spent Sunday in Coieman. 3Ir. JlcPhee re- ports business flourishing with the Royal City Mercantile Co. D. Evans of Pincher Creek WM a Coieman visitor on Tuesday. The Coieman hockey team play a Dally Herald Market Place Wbci yM havt aiythiag MM at npgt place it tils cdWM. If JTM wut aiythtaf we feiertteM far SI SITUATIONS VACANT waitress at the Alberta Restaurant. 39.0 cook and a housemaid Apply to Mrs. F. H. Mewburn. for housework, morn- ings only. Address Box 0., Herald Office. 39-! SERVANT general servant wanted. One who can do plain cooking. No washing. Apply f WV.UAUJQ. TT league game tomgiit with the CulHll 1st door off Eedpath. obstruction of the Milk River irriga- .he United States and Canada. The on project. Yours ever I. DIXON. Mr. W. A. Remington, Secretary Falls Board of Commerce, Great alls, Montana. in. Lethbridge. The glad hand is ex- A letter from Senator Carter states tended to any person with a reason- able proposition for the revival of professional baseball in Several influential men have agreed to give it substantial support. WERE FOUND GUILTY Toronto, Jan. Mare, Fred Allen and Michael Stack, were found guilty in the criminal sessions of keeping a common betting house at Dufferin Park races, during one of the trotting meetings. The pris- oners were bailed. that the terms cannot be macl pub- lic at present, but the senior senator assures Secretary Remington that the rights of the United States are pro- perly safeguarded by the treaty pro. visions. Senator Carter's letter fol- lows: Washington, D.C., Jan. 18, 1909. Mr. W. A .Remington, Secretary, Great Falls, Montana. My Dear Sir: Yours of the 1th inst., forwarding resolution passed by the board of commerce of Great Falls recommend- ing that a bill be introduced in Con- gress, making- appropriation for a j disposition of this matter ought to lead to a favorable solution of the problem that has-been under consid- eration for a number of years. The treaty has not yet been ratified but I am assured by the state department that .the details are favorable to our side and the very best that could be obtained under the circumstances. I am advised that the main facts have already been sent out through the press. Very truly N: PRAY. WHERE UNREST EXISTS Toronto, Jan. to in- formation received by the foreign mission board of the Presbyterian church, unrest in India is almost en- tirely confined to the uneducated and ignorant classes. team on the rink at Movie, B.C. The team left on this morning's west- bound train and ere returning1 it expected that a, game will be played with Ferine at the Forme rink on Friday night. The Coieman aggrega- tion are exceptionally strong and should make a creditable showing for their tour. The line-up: goal, H. Grady; point, A. J. White; Lewis; centre, W. Bawlf; rover, J. Sim; right wing, Alex. Grisack; left wing, B. K. Stitt. R. H. Evans and A. 3IcKcnzie went as extra men. D. J. Mclntyre, representing- the man aging, committee, also accompanied the team. John Solus went to Fernie Monday night on business. Rev. Father De Wilde was in Michel on Monday. Robt. Holmes of-Burton. City and formerly of Coieman, is spending a few days in town. Mr. Holmes brings glowing .reports of the Kooienay as a fruit farming country. D. F. Hughes, general merchant of Crow's Nest, transacted business in Coieman on Tuesday. C. P. Willimott has been indisposed for the past few days with a "grip" and a severe cold. Quite a number of Coleman's busi- ness men are engaged in putting up a supply of ice. A. J. .Jones of Lethbridge visited Coieman on Tuesday. J. B. Miller of Pincher Creek was in town on Tuesday. Chas. Longfaurst of Nelson and H. W. Sharpe of Spokane are registered at the Colemaa. Alex, McKinnon returned on Mon- day from Glace Bay, N. S.t where he spent the past three months. See the clever little tots, sing and dance at the Eureka. w Buy where you are sure of good value and dependable quality in Lumber and Building Material 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 Wood Fibre Plaster and Exshaw Cement always in stock THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. LTD. Lethbridfffi, New Dayton. City Yard South of Ellison Mills PHONE 225 BOX CHANGE OF BILL AT THE LYCEUM TONIGHT For" the position of Clerk In the Ac- counting Department of the City of WANTED TO 39-2 LAND FOR SALE FOE on Coutts St., close to school, at eact; 1-3 cash, bal- ance easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. 5 LOTS in Block A, Wallwork Ad.; on water main; only very easy terms given. W. K. Dobbin. 30-O 2 LOTS, with two good new shacks, in Block A, Wallwork Ad.; on water main; each; easy terms. W. E. Dobbin. 30-0 FOE section, of good laud, 3% miles south of Burdett; an acre. The :H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. 32-0 TO RENT. TO unfurnished. rooms, suitable for light housekeeping. Ap- ply 630 Coutts St. 36-6 TO on Ford St., west of Round; suitable for store or dwelling. Apply" The H. Macbeth Agency. 20-O TO rooms.. Apply corner Bompas and Smith St., or Box 615, City. 35-6 TO furnished room in North Ward, Wallwork St. Apply Herald Office, Box J. 37-6 TO comfortable, modern rooms, 1343 BompaS St. 39-3 FOR SALE FOE business lot 25 3: 150 situated in centre of good block in the town of Claresholm. T. A. Sedg- ley, Claresholm. 37-6 ONE 5-roomed house and three 40- foot lots, in North Ward; only 600; very easy terms given. Dobbin. W; E. 30-0 Of OOAt MINIM OUtflOttf rigbto ot Ikmialoa ID Alfcwto ttw Tvkott Tttritoiy, Mevth-Wtt TemtoriM aa4 Irittoh Oohunto, BUI lot of twenty-one MI annual rental of 11 K acre- wort ihtfi MiO aorta will be leaatd to appliMat Application for a oratt be made to the or gab-Agent o< the district in which the righto ap- plied tor are irtuated. In territory tbe lio-' must be deaeribed by aeettann, or gal aubdmiiona of eeoticna, and In uniurveyed territory the tract appli ed for thall be Each application onut adoom by fee of which will refunded if the applied for arc not available but not otherwise, i royalty ahall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the ujine at ate five per ton. Every of coal mining righU which are not being operated ahali the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. leaae will laclu-le the eoai mining rights only, bill the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatevei available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of j 10 an acre. For full information application hould be made to the Secretary the Department cf the Interior, Ot tawa; or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lands, _ W. W. GOBY. Deputy Minister of the Intotioi publication 01 thir advertisement will not be Lethbridge, will be received by the undersigned until Monday, the 1st February. Apply in own handwriting, Enclosing testimonials and stating salary required. GEO. W. ROBINSON, 38-3 Sec.-Trea surer. to 6 ft. plate glass cigar case; also National cash register; must be jin good condition. Address N. M., P.O. Box 495. 38.0 FOU N light bay fille ,fiye years old; one sorrel j gelding, white mane and tail, four years old. Both branded Public Notice Public- notice is hereby given that the Lethbridge Electric Company, Limited, have sold their business, and are about to close up their af- fairs. Any person having accounts or other claims against the Company are rrquested to forward the same to the Company's office, in the Higin- bof.ham Block, without delay. H. MACBETH, 36-7 Secretary-Treasurer. CO ion right shoulder. reward for in- REWARD -100- REWARD -jj_00 The Arrow Lake Orchards will pay the sum of to any person proving the fol- lowing statements untrue: Kooteiiay Fruit Lands have produced over worth of Fruit to the acre. The Arrow Lake Disrrict. within 20 miles of Bur- .ton City, North or South, does not require irrigation in the driest season known. The climate of the Arrow Lake District is more favorable for Fruit Growing -generally speaking- than any other part of B. C. The shipping facilities are good. The is good, and the o Fruit Lands m B.C. is so limited compared the market, that there is no danger of over production. Tte Irm like Orchards, lethbrMge, Mberti, M. FREEMAN, General Agent Reference Union Bank of Canada, Lethbridge The vaudeville program changes to- night at the Lyceum Theatre. Har- ry Rickrode the aerial contortionist will introduce some new stunts. Pete Dunsworth and Marion Valder will introduce a new sketch which is said to be decidedly funny. Messrs. Daly Ross, the German Jokers, will in- troduce something new in Dutch comedy. All on the bill are strong and very entertaining. Next the handcuff queon will bo at the Lyceum and will give the police department of Leth- bridge a chance to put the darbies on her. She will introduce the death- defying miik.can mystery, the trunk mystery and also get out of a straight- jacket and insane muff. She will in- troduce something new every .night and no doubt as to her entertaining and pleasing Lethbridge audiences. The week of February 8th, the Geo. Summer's Stock Company will be at the Lyceum and we know that George always delivers tne goods. issue of the telephone directory is now being compiled, intending sub- scribers or those contemplating changes in business are asked to ad- vise telephone number 134 so that they may be included in the list. By order Local Manager of Govern- ment Telephone System. 38-2 formation as to whereabouts. Foivler, High River, Alta. M. R. 4 weeks ago, 1 mare, aged 4 years; brand S on left stiffle; color, bluish grey; reward for turn or information to where- abouts. A. Curlson, Windsor Hotel, Lethbridge. 18-30 J- light driving horse, both hind feet white; branded arrow head on left jaw and shoulder; for return to G. Alexander, Lethbridge. 30-0 NOTICE. I, the undersigned, proprietor of the Medicine Hat Dye Works, will transfer my business to Lethbridge. OPERATIONS TO COMMENCE FEB. 1ST, 1909. Being ah 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. small Morocco-bound Meth- odist hymn book, between the corner of Westminster and Dufferin St., on Sunday night, Jan. 17th. Owner's name inscribed. Kindlv leave at the Herald Office. 40-1 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR room house on 2 fine lots, 3 blks. from Union Bank, SGOO cash. Alberta Realty Co. New 5 room brick cottage'with cel- lar on 64 ft. lot, cash, bal. per month. Alberta Realty Co. ARTICLES WANTED. kinds of second-hand clothing, shoes, hats, guns, all kinds of musical trunks and satchels. Call the Al- beftan Seeond-Hand Store, Redpath Street, next to McKenzie and Roy. Write P.O. Box 630, Lethbridge. 35-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head a family, or any male over 18 td, may homestead a quarter-sectioo of available Dominion land in Mam oba, Saskatchewan or Alberta, applicant muat appear in person the Dominion Lauds Agency or Sub Apeucy for. the district, v Entry oj proxy may be made at any 03 certain conditions, by fathe. mother, son, daughter, brotner or er of intending homesteader. residence upoc