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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LlTHtftlDOt, ALllftTA, FRIDAY, JANUARY ft, UN. MOVING ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, VAUDE1VILI THRffi PEARCE SISTERS LEW DIAMOND _ MOVING i. ueippe Circuit 1908 2. Cumbersome Baby 3. Latest Style Airship ALL FEATURE' FILMS SoNG "I'd Rather Two-Step Than Waltz, Bill" COMPLETE CHANGE OF VAUDEVILLE TO-NIGHT To Be Dyspeptic Is To Be 'Miserable. Dyspepsia ia the prevailing civilized life. It is largely due to groti errors in diet, over-eating, too free indul- gence in stimulants and over-taxing Ktomaoh with indigestible food, eating too rapidly without chewing the food suffici- ently, indulging in hot biscuits, pastry, pickles, confectionery, etc. Constipation, headache, heartburn, sour stomach, distress after eating, belching of v.-incl, faintness, sud fulboas and riun of the stomach are a few of the many distressing symptoms of the poor, weary dvspeptic. Burdock Blood Bitters regn- htes the stomach, stimulates the secretion of the saliva and gastric juice tc facilitate digestion, removes acidity, purifies -the blood, and tones up the system to full health and vigor, and thereby cures dys- pepsia and all its tributary diseases. Mr. Amos Sawler, Gold River, N.S., was greatly troubled with dyspepsia, and after trying several doctors to no effect, I commenced taking Burdock Blood Bitters and I think it is the best medicine tliere is for that complaint." For Sale all Druggists and Deatan. AN OUTBURST FROM THE HAT (Medicine Hat Times.) Lethbridge is- a great booster and ns such it deserves a lot of credit. But in its anxiety to boom Leth- bridge it sometimes gives impres- sions that are misleading, to put it mildly. Of late a number of dailies have published a despatch sent out from Lethbridge that a greater flow of gas had been struck at Bow Island than any of the Medicine Hat wells give. Naturally the headings read, "Gas at Lethbridge." The fact is that Bow Island is only 25 miles from Medicine Hat and was always sup- posed to be within the gas area. Lethbridge is 70 miles from Bow Is- land and can scarcely claim gas at that distance, especially when that pushing little city has tried for gas twice and failed tc get it. And speaking about gas, the same city is making much of Mr. Grace's figures that gas MIGHT be found at Lethbridge at' a depth of 3700 feet, prpviding that the slope remains re. gular for 100 miles. This is only pos- as it is possible that it is much steeper or takes a big turn Proceeding Of the Legislature Edmonton, Jan. the same Unit- that Leader Haultain of the Saskatchewan Opposition was stand- ing manfully up to endorse and sup- port the policy of his government the matter of guaranteeing the bonds of railway conin2Jiis2 to se- cure Saskatchewan twelve hundred miles of branch lines. Leader Robert- son of the Alberta Opposition was declaring in the House at Edmonton that if the Government proposed to guarantee bonds of the rail-way com. panies. then he would stand like Horatio at the bridge, guarding the honor of the Province. Of course it is statesmanlike to havt- a policy and it is glorious to be a hero at a bridge, hut Leader Robertson will have" neither a poli- cy nor heroism when the thing is over. Mr. McKenny of St. Albert, gavt; in anecdote form the predica- ment in which the distinguished leader would find himself at the close. "When they were building the Un- ion said Mr. McKenney, 'the line crossed a reservation of a tribe of Indians. The Indian Chief took the matter up with the Govern- ment at Washington and with the building railways for Albertu, if every- one is for it, who should bo against it? Mr. McKi.-mic, of Maclcod, was speaking to the motion to reply to the speech from the Throne.. In the course- of his remarks he called atten- tion to the fact that while LeaderJ Haultain of Saskatchewan support, ed the Government in the effort to secure railways, Leader Robertson of Alberta declared his intention to op- pose the Government to the death. "What reason did he give for sup- porting the asked Mr Robertson. "Oh, said McKenzie, "there has been so much twaddle talk about our being deprived of our lands that I dont' intend to answer." "Mr. Haultain in supporting hii Government's motion, observed tha1 if the Province owned its own lands it could build its own roads, but that since it did not own them the method of the government was wise and time- ly. The Opposition in Alberta, may well follow the lead of their Sas- katchewan brethren in this regard. Bocauso we have not our lands is no just reason why we should get along for the next fifty years without roads. The guaranteeing of the bonds of roads, if such should prove to be the Government's place, can hardly sibly over cost us a red cent. That the roads will pay, if at all wisely placed, is a foregone conclusion. Neither will the action impair OUT borrowing power, for the very rea- on that the lines built will pay, and instead of costing us, wfll result in the increase of Provincial wealth many tens of millions. Leader Robertson of the Opposition got tangled in the Law the other day at Edmonton, There have been: pass- ed altogether by the first Parliament something like a, hundred and eighty pills. Nothing was said of a hun_ I dred and seventy-nine of these by the leader of the Opposition in Ms review of the bad legislation enacted, but the other one, the Employer's Com- pensation Act, he picked out for the "horrible example." Although he ad- mitted this to be a good law and railway company them not to cross his land. gUJli tUIU WALJJ. 1'U.C t.v m, o. gwu. JO.VT aJULU to try to induce knowledged that the Attorney Gen- But the road was built and the trains were running over it. The Indian Chief :iad profited by the sale of beef cattle to the contractors and one day while out looking at some fat steers with one oi the butchers an old cow made a run at them. The butcher had with him an umbrella, and as the cow- charged he spread the umbrella and the cow took fright and ran away. ''Keep wise, Indian Chief, said the old Indian to himself, and off he went to a trading place and bought an umbrella. He took it out on the track and waited till he saw the Over- land Limited "Your blood be on your own he cried, and as the engine ran down upon him he raised the umbrella. They picked him up for about four miles along the track, a dismembered example .of the fallacy of trying to stop an express train. While the speaker hoped the Opposition .Lead- era! did a good thing when ha intro- duced it, yet it was deserving of the censure of the great Censor. "A man" working on a building may fall and break a he cried, "and yet un- less he falls thirty feet he cannot re- cover damages." Now I submit that this is ridiculous. What does it mat- ter whether he falls three feet or three hundred so long as he is "You're wrong torney General. interrupted te At- "There is no such clause in the Act. You are thinking of the provision that has to do3" with an employees injury while working in the cellar of a thirty-foot build- Wear "Ft ogress Brand" Clothing brand that is sold the unconditional guarantee cf satisfaction or back. Sold Guaranteed by McKELVIE. McGUIRfc Daily Herald Market Place When you bavt to tell to rcit [dice It id tklg colina. If yoa wiat aaytktaf this 25e one iucrtioi 6 iasertraag for SITUATIONS VACANT waitress at the Alberta Restaurant. 39-0 cook and a housemaid- Apply to Mrs. F. H. Mewburn. 40-6 All farmvn in grain frowiaf not 'foil io attend PrsvtioUl -Eked Fair at Calgary, oh ifebrnarr 4th and 5th. Public will held on wanted. bo first class. tauvant. Must February, 4th, pa Friday morn- ing, February 5th, at which topics relative to grain growing will be die. cussed. The has bean successful in securing the aenricea of H. Bolley of North Da- kota Agricultural Collefe at; Farjzo. who will deliver af these meetings. Prolesaor -BoHey is a not- ed agriculturalist of long standing, and a special effort should be made to hear him. Addresses will also be given by Geo. Harcourt, deputy rnin- Apply at Model Res- hster of agriculture; W. F. Stevens, 40 [live stock commissioner; Arch. Mitch- ell, of Indian Head, and other prom- GIRL girl for general house work. Good wages to competent girl. Call 12W Courtland. Mrs. G. R. Carlson. 40-6 District News Budgets. TABER last evening. About forty guests Taber, Jan. work .of present and the evening .was cavating for the new block just west [pleasantly spent, of the Taber hotel has begun.. The! Andrew Walton left yesterday for block will have a frontage of eev- Taber -for his ranch. enty.-five feet and will have three up, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bennett are to date stories. Burn's anniversary was fittingly down from their ranch for a few days. celebrated here on Monday evening i The Raymond Young People's So. at 8.30 o'clock when about seventy-five ciety held their weekly meeting last couples sat down to dinner provided j evening. A large number were pres- by the Union Hotel in Cousin's hall.; ent. The subject India .was discus- Mr. Alex Brimrose, president of the' sed. Mr. Hayse gave a very interest- Burns Club, delivered the ing paper on Mission Work in In. to a Haggi." After the programme dia. Preparations are being made for consisting of songs, readings, the Valentine Social to be held Feb. dancing was indulged in at length. 127 The Loomis orchestra furnished thej_ Mr. Jas. Turner has received a call music interspersed with selections. to go on a mission to the Nc ijy the pipers' band. w Mr. W.S. Russell arrived days ago to take charge of the lurri- yard of the Pioneer Lumber Co., who have lately acquired the stock WANTED A representative for Lethbridge District by The Mutual Life of Canada. This is a splendid opportunity for the right man. The Mutual is well known as the most economically managed Canadian com- pany, and is the only purely mu- tual company in Canada. Address communications to The Mutual Life, Herald Office. 41-3 LAND FOR SALE FOR on Coutts St.. close to school, at each; 1-3 cash, bal- ance easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. 6-O 5 LOTS in Block A, Wallwork Ad-; on water main; only very easy terms given. W.-K. Dobbin. 30-6 2 LOTS, with two good new ghacks, in Block A, Wallwork Ad.; OR water main; each; easy terms, W. K- Dobbin. States. He is making arrangements a few to ieave- by the first o{ April N ANTON and good will of the Enterprise Lum. Nanton, Alia., Jan! A fire broke ber Co. here. out yesterday forenoon in the res- The Fax Concert at the opera house. taurant owned by Tom Sing, ast night, was a grand success. The- It appears that paper upstairs evening was not very pleasant but caught on fire from the stove pipe, a Jarge number turned out and en-' Tom Sing being out of town, the alarm was given by the Chinaman who was in charge. Owing to the- oyed a rare treat. It is seldom that Taber has an opportunity to hear a company or such high class enter- ,amers. Mr. G. R. Powell, wife and family, of Little Current, Ontario, arrived on Saturday, the 23rd inst. and are topping at the Union Hotel. Mr. has purchased the property if B. K. Bullock and will take pos- ession as soon, as his furniture ar. "Well, maybe I'm returned j rives. Mr. Bullock is moving into the leader, "but I know there's some-1! his new house at Coal City. upward, or does'nt slope at all, or er's dismemberment wouldn't be so re- changes its grade or does one of the: voltingly physical, yet nevertheless thousand things it can do. And on; he had. his lesson. In the matter of the same reasoning the gas should be'! at the surface when you get about The Tragenian at the Lyceum 40 miles east. But it isn't. night. thing in the Act about thirty Whereupon the House opened its mouth and laughed and the Leader proceeded to tell.how, if we had our own school land and could sell it at per acre and put the amount at interest at 3 per cent., our annual in- come would be a remark indicating that the value of the school lands of Alberta is about four hundred million dollars. 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 pur 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. Lethbridffo, New Dayton, City South of Ellison Mills PHONE 225 P-0. BOX 654 A RECORD AT COLEMAN (Special to the Herald.) Coleman, Jan. Internation- E W AR D -REWARD The Arrow Lake Orchards will pay the sum of to any person proving the fol- lowing statements uutrue: Kootenay Fruit Lands have produced orer worth of Fruit to the acre. The Arrow Lake Disrrict, within 20 miles of Bur- ton City, North or South, dees not require irrigation in the driest season known. The climate of the Arrow Lake District is more favorable for Fruit any other part of B. C. The shipping facilities are good. The market is good, and the area of Fruit Lands in B.C. is so limited, compared with the market, that there is no danger of over production- lie lake Orchanls, lettibridge, llberta, Canada M. FREEMAN, General Agent Reference....... .Union Bank of Canada, Lethbridge previous records yesterday in load- ing cars. It loaded tons on 46 cars. The day before it. loaded 49 cars but the tonnage was smaller. Big Special Matinee at the Eureka tomorrow, afternoon at 2.30. Bring your children to see the clever little Pearce Sisters. R. P. Wallace left on Monday for business. Mrs. Wal- lace is visiting friends in Macleod- E. P. Miller who has been con- nected with the Reliance Coal Com- pany for the past two years, left to- day for Vancouver, where he has ac- cepted a position with the Dominion Trust Co. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Miller will learn with re- great of their departure. G. W. Quibell is in Edmonton at- tending the provincial meet-ing, of the Municipalities. R. A. Van Orman made a business trip to Edmonton--this week. RAYMOND Raymond, Jan. John Wall, Arthur Dahl, Clarence Allred, Thomas O'Brien and Ivan Davies, leave today for Taber where they will do mission work. A surprise party was given Mr. and Mrs. Jas. T-uraer at their home Patented Sectional Houses M anufactured in Vancouver, B 'C., of the very best 'Eiln- d.ried Lumber, in latest de- Prospective builders would do weir to write me before deciding on a house S. A. Spencer AGENT BUILDER, MACLEOD clever work on the part of Nanton fire brigade -they scon got the fire under their control and extinguished it before a great deal of damage had been done. On Tuesday evening the members of the Presbyterian church held their annual business meeting in St. An- drewfs Hall. The first hour was in the partaking of a sumptu- ous xepast which the ladies of the congregation, had prepared. The business meeting opened with an .in- teresting address from the Rev. Mr. Lesley, of on Mission work in South America. Reports were read, then the election of officers took place for the ensuing year. The concert. which .was given in St. Andrew's Hall last evening by Miss Duthie, the famous Scotch Sing- er, who came here under the auspices of the Nanton Lacrosse team, was a decided success. Miss Duthie's singing was unexcelled and her cos- tumes were oi ait excellent type. CARDSTON Jan. Yancy has purchased a lot near William Wolsey, and is having his house moved onto the lot today. The Ladies' Belief Society of Card- ston Ward held a party at the home of James Quinton yesterday. The lad- ies took a lunch and surprised the Quintons, arriving at-ten o'clock in the morning. The day was spent in visiting, telling stories of the old days, speech making and feasting. Mr. Quinton is one of the old-timers here and commands the respect of the whole community. Ernest Quinton sold his farm today- price He expects to make a new home across the St. Marys river east of Cardston. Sidney Tanner had. the misfortune to break his left arm Monday. The fracture is near the wrist. As a result he is on the retired list for section of good land, ZX miles south an acre. The Agency, P.O. Block. of Burdett; H. Macbeth 32-O PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR room house on 2 fine lots, 3 blks. from .Union Bank, 5600 cash. Alberta Realty Co. ent men.. Arrangements have .been made with the railway companies- whereby con- vention rates will apply to all at- tending the Fair. In order to get ad- vantage of the rates, the visitor must purchase a single first-class ticket from bis station to Calgary and pro- cure a standard certificate from the. ticket agent. This certificate must be presented to the .Secretary of the Pair irx order to procure, the reduc- ed return ticket. Visitors travelling over, two lines :of- railway will have to procure a ticket-and certificate from., each railway. SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Goal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, .the North.-Weat Territories "and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual xental of an acre. Not more than acres will be leased to' one -SE New 5 room' brick cottage with cel- lar on 64 ft. lot, cash, baL per month. Alberta Realty Co. 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 furnished room in North Ward, Wallwork -St. "Apply Herald Office, Box J. 37-6 TO comfortable, modern rooms, 1243 Borapas St. 39-3 FOR SALE FOR business lot 25 i: 150 situated in centre of good block in. the town of Claresholm.. T. A. ley. Glaresh-olm. 37-6 ONE 5-rooraed house and three 40- foot, lots, in North Ward; only 600; very easy terms given. W. R. Application for 'lease must be made to the Agent or SutnAgent of the district which; rights ap. plied.: .In sxrrveyingv territory the land must be sections, .or le- gal .subdivisions r 61 sections, and in unsuryeyed" territory, the tract appli- ed for shall :Each application must beV accom- panied ;by a which will be refunded if: the rights. for are not available- but not otherwise. A royalty shaUr-. be the mer- chajitable output of -the mine at the rate of five cents .per ton. "Every lessee of coal rights not being operated' shall furnish- the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with to that effect at least once m each year. The lease will, include the coal mining rights only, ;bufetiie. lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface" rights may be con- sidered jaecessary. for" the working of the mine at the rate of an acre. For .full infoisas.iiqn, application should be niade_ to trie Secretary of the Department of "the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent of 'Dominion Lands; W.W.COEY, Deputy' Minister 'of the Interior. Unauthoried publication of this advertisement will not "be paid for, SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- Dobbin. 30-0 WANTED TO 4 to 6 ft. plate glass cigar case; also National cash register; must be in good condition. Address N. M., P.O. Box 495. 36-O FOR express, horse, waggon and business, at a bargain. Apply Edw. Bectell, McKeown Hardware. Co. 40-0 FO U N The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET lots North of tde blind and West of Westminster m. EACH One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. TERMS EASY Interest 6 per cent, per annum ft. llti President H. S. Allen, of Raymond, met with an accident here yesterday. While inspecting the work for the new mill he stepped on a loose board and fell. While falling he threw out his left arm to save himself. The weight of his body threw the elbow out of place. He soon managed to draw the joint to its place again. Dr. Stacpoole was summoned and band- aged the injured member. Mrs. James May went to the Gait Hospital Tuesday. An operation will be performed on her today. A large tumoroas growth has developed on her spine. One light bay fille five years old; one sorrel gelding, white" mane and tail, four years old. Both branded on right shoulder. reward for formation as to whereabouts. Fowler, High River, Alta. M. R. 39-3 4 weeks ago, 1 mare, aged 4 years; brand S on left stiffie; color, bluish grey; -55 reward for. re- turn or information as to where- abouts. A. Carlson, Windsor Hotel, Lethbridge. 18-30 REGULATIONS Any is the sole head of a any male ".over 18 years old, may rtoniestead -a quarter-section of -available land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta.: The applicants must appear: in. person at the Dominion. Lands i- -Agency or Sub- Agency; .for -.-the district. Entry by proxy may be made at any' agency ;on certain -by mother, son, daughter, brother or sis- ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of '-three. .-years. "-A-: homesteader may live stead on a i arm of at. least 80 acres solely. owned and; occupied by him or by his father, -mother, son, daughter, brother "or -sister.'. In certain, districts a liomesteader in good Standing may pre-empt a Quarter-section alongside lu's home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. reside six -months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including -the time required to earn home-stead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra: A" homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and Sorrel, light driving horse, both hind feet white; branded arrow head on left jaw and shoulder; for return to G. Alexander, Lethbridge. 20-0 NOTICE Five dollars reward will be given for information leading to the recoy- cry of one roan pony, white face and legs branded on left shoulder. James Smith. Blayney. 41-6 ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve-and Undivided Profits........... Accounts of Merchants, formers and Ranchers Solicited Draft! Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department LethbMte Branch; Coaldale Block, St. tain a take a "pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. Must reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W.W.CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. N.B. TJnauthoTiec! publication of thi? advertisement will not be jpaid for. Public Notice Public notice is hereby-, given that the Lethbridge Electric Company, Limited, have sold their business; and aro about to close up their af- fairs. Any person having accounts or other claims against the Company are requested to forward the to the Company's office, in --the bothara Block, without delay'. H. MACBETH, 36-7 Secretary-Treasurer. NOTICE. I, the undersigned, proprietor of the Medicine Hat Dye Workt, will transfer my business to Lethbridge. OPERATIONS TO COMMENCE FEB. 1ST, IMI. Being an experienced man of many years' standing ill the dyeing and evening ol and gentlemen's garments, I solicit a trial. Satisfaction guifanteed. D. DAVIS, ;