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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALBERTA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1908. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE VAUDEVILLE: ICE SISTERS Juvenile Singing and Dancing Trio .....Irish Comedian PICTURES 1008 2. Cumbersome Baby 3. Latest jhip ALL FEATURE FILMS ..'Td KatherTwo-Step Than Bill" a Western Window sion; and. indited, his delineation tlic lovable old bachelor with a 1'uil- could sc.-irci'ly luivfi bfon ini- provi'd. Miss {lings both acted well arm lu'.'Junl wvll. in the second act, she wore a pink flown which sut off Jitir dark eyes and hair ptrfvctly. Miss I'atteson louk- i-d exc'vdi'.iKly well in a dark blue taiku'L-d .suit and large bliick hut with long graceful plumule. Miss VVil- limns acted naturally and convinc- hifrly, and Miss Niirundtas, a.i the heroine. ,in her simple cotton frown, i with her hair in braids, looked the piOlliiV uf OIIK it remarked more than once that the- acting of the men hard- ly up to the standard. The play, with gentle humor, ielt a impression, and one went home feeling better for having seen it. We hope we may have the pleasure of seeing the company in another production. j tired of the things heavens where there are more splen- did sunsets than in this country of anu the song, jours, where "the bigness, the fresh- fisprf' ness, the vastness." seem to breathe in need of a dry of liberty, so that our souls expand under the beneficient influence. We sometimes grumble a bit at the wind (re the plains go rolling and dus't if our windows happen to. i face the west, hut such windows are to the Rockies' peaks, j good for sunsets. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. in spite of the high wind and muddy crossings, Mrs. K. H. Wilson had a bevy of callers at her first re- ception since her marriage, oil Tues- day afternoon lust. Mr. Wilson has taken Mr. Magrath's house for the winter, and the drawing-room was very inviting in contrast to the bleak weather out of doors. Mrs. Wilson looked exceedingly well in a hand- some dark green gown of velvet and silk, and her mother, Mrs. Duff, was in black. Mrs. Starnes, too, was in OF CANADA Serf and Un- divided Prciits Exceed Wlay Kot Save? The prudent man, in Xiicdny of j'-lenly, system- atically ]Hits l.'V H oi his income against the lime when he may need it ba'iiy. Then, with a sobsUuitmi Savings Bank Account, he docs not fear what the may bring. You cannot start a Savings Account too soon. or upward opens .in account. at highest current rsite added at regular iu'.ervais. Money may be with- drawn at auy lime. LETHBRI-DGE BRANCH: J. R- Anderson, Manager. Wben you have anything to sell or 10 rent place it iu this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 for SI SAFES SITUATIONS VACANT waitress at the Alberta Restaurant. 39-0 I cook and a housemaid. (Apply to Mrs. F. H. Mewburn. 40.G of the Wheatland lusk of the prairie speaks, irh'ere there's song to be and Today rejoice, wine of the West in it needs a voice." (Utlinou in Canada West. the sunset on Tues- Or rather Tuesday af- was about half-past glories of the western as to irresistibly draw The wind was great cloud banks were As the sky grew dark a few lines of Edith Thomas' caine from a cor- ner of the memory, and added the "last word" before the blinds were drawn and the lights turned on: "Give me. a window .opening on the west. And the full splendor of the setting sun; There let me stand and gaze, and. think no more If I be old, or poor, or all unblest; And when my sands of life are quite outrun. May my soul follow through the day's wide door." The production of "Sweet Laven- ..ith touches of mauve. Mrs. jjo rn, in a grey Empire frock and 1( p large black hat with pink roses and plumes. at the tea urn, and Tranmer, the latter being the most efficient secretary. t Mrs. K.'D. Johnson received for the first time since coining from Calgary on Friday afternoon, at her home on Redpath Street, and many callers took advantage of the bright, clear afternoon to welcome her to our citv. Mrs. B. Morton Jones able leax-e her home this week for the first time after a long siege of illness. Mrs. to leave on a trip to sky line .in purple j cier" Dv some of our own townspeo- jid which the crests of; pi0 Was. on the whole, a charming mountains showed. The performance, and those who took of the Big Chief, per- that we know best, and the lesser behind the hazy ____v...Jto'd'--abdve Jjuch a golden across the west, in ach Crimson and i j i J. lie uuiiiuixiiv i au i-iie liuuu uasit: Clouds, and above a dear j r b Qoted rvlno o c c in .wnght. and one that has stood well the test of popularity; and, in them- selves, the lines of t-he play, were such as to give pleasure to even the dullest listener. Mr. Hincks took the part of Dick Phenyl in a most delightful manner that would have done credit- to many an actor grown old in the profes- own blue, as sharp- if drawn by a knife, dark blue of the gath- few I and the splend'or faded .sky, leaving a background and grey, for the clouds The memory, the where' you are sure of good value and dependable quality in Material f patrons best advertising medium. Ask any of 'customers as 'to the quality and prices of the Building jipplies turned out of our yard Fibre Plaster'and Exshaw Cement always in stock E SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER. CO. LTD. City Yard South of Ellison Mills P.O. BOX 654 part in it deserve nothing buj, com- mendation. We do not expect Hie finished art of professionals from amateurs, and are deeply grateful when we find, as we did the other evening, sincere attempts to read a.s far as the Bright the characters portrayed. The company had the good taste was assisted by Mrs. A. B.- Stafford, Mrs. G. Maekay, Miss Macbeth and Miss Hardie. Many old friends of the bride were there to welcome her ba'ck after her extended trip abroad, and to offer all good wishes. In the evening several of Mr. Wilson's friends dropped in to tender felici- tations, and incidentally to get a bit of wedding cake to dream on. On Saturday afternoon last Mrs. W. H. Fairh'eld invited a few friends out to the Experimental Farm for afternoon tea. They were driven out and back to town again, and after the drive in the fresh air enjoyed very much the tea hour in the cosy surroundings at The Farm. Miss Meek, of St. Thomas, who has been with Mrs. C. V. Bennett for some'time, left last Saturday for Re- gina, but hopes to pay Lethbridge another visit before long, as she goes through to the coast. Miss Harrison entertained at. the Parsonage on Tuesday evening in honor of her friend Miss of Maple Creek, who has been in town for the last week. The evening was spent pleasantly in guessing games of various Kinds, and the drawing of silhouettes of th amusing. Miss Maple Creek on Wednesday morning. guests proved very Thomson left for date. AT THE EUREKA Every patron of that thea- tre last night, was fully convinced, at- UT .-ceuig one u. ever presented wanted. Must be first class. Apply at Model Ees- tau-.ant. 40-O GIRL girl for general house work. Good wages to competent girl. Call 1204 Courtland. the best programmes in the city, that Carlson. 40-6 A representative for P ,r Ar -4. Messrs. Morns and fciven s aim is Dislrict Pby The Mutual please- all who patronize this cosy j Life oi Canada. This is a splendid family theatre. opportunity for the right man. The The" Three Pearce Sisters, are, with- i Mutual is well known as the most I economically managed Canadian com- out doubt, the cleverest little purely mu_ and dance artists that ever played be- 1 tual company in Canada. Address fore a theatre goin I citv. Miss Helen Mewburn is away uu a visit to Calgarv and Edmonton. A NEW UP TO DATd CAFE The opening dinner at the Alexan- dra Cafe will be served on Monday evening next. The standard on which this cafe will be run will, to say the least, be a surprise to those who patronize it. Mr. II. Murray, the proprietor has been led to open a restaurant in the city by repeated requests from the business element. He is well quali- fied to meet the demands of any in regard to catering whether it be as to surroundings, service or menu. He has had sixteen years' experience as a restaurant man at summer resorts and other places where a varied class of customers have been catered- to. Mr. Murray has secured the services of an ex-C.P.E. chef, a man whom he had in his employ some years ago. This man satisfied him to such an ex- tent as to warrant the endeavor to procure his services_ again. This chef comes from -the Jimpire Hotel at Winnipeg. Incidentally, Mr. Murray does not come to the business centre of the city as a stranger, he having been one of its most respected citizens for the past two years. The fact that he is known will indicate the class of restaurant he will manage. The Alexandra will be equipped in the most modern style. Seventeen On Tuesday evening Mrs. E. G. people will compose the staff. The Hazell entertained at_ whist m honor main dining room will contain twelve house on the sta public in our communications to The Mutual Life; The little tot, whojH'Jrald 41-3 age, keeps the in a roar all the time she is LAND FOR SALE business warrants thu best FIRE and BURGLAR PROOF SAFE for the protection of money., books of record, and valuable papers. If you want a Safe, see us for sizes, descriptions and prices on Winnipeg arid Diebold Safes similar to those installed here re- cently, VAULT DOORS No office building is com- plete without vaultaccora- uiodation. We shall be pleased to give quotations on Vault Doors. BOYD, GOODE ff CO, Phone 344 Office 5 Bryan .llock District Winnipeg Safe Worlcs Her comedy all through ance easy. is a scream and is loudly applauded by the vast audiences that assemble at the Eureka. Another laugh provoker on the bill i Block. is Lew Diamond, rightly billed "That Funny Fellow." His parodies and jokes are side splitters, and every one enjoys a good hearty laugh should not fail to visit the Eureka to- night. Commencing next Monday night every one will have an oppor- tunitv to see "The Brownies." FOE on Couttb St., close to school, at each; 1-3 cash, bai- H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. 6-0 of Miss Tilney, who is soon to leave Lethbridge. Mrs. Hazell looked very well in white, and was assisted by Miss Bessie. Miss Tilney wore a handsome gown of alLover cream lace. There were five tables of pro- and ..the were Patented Sectional Rouses M anufactured in Vancouver, B'C., of the very best Kiln- d.ried Lumber, in latest de- slens, Prospective builders would do well to write me before deciding on a honse iS. A. Spencer AGENT and BUILDER, MACLEOD e Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots North of the Railroad and West of Westminster Rd. FROM EACH TD TUT C p? A Q V One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 mouths. Interest 6 per cent, per annum Ippt) iiberti Railway aid Irrigation Co, (Land LetiMdge, JUta. T, and Mr. Irv- won ing. JS tliur were successful in winning the booby prizes. The device for secur- ing partners for the first play was unique and quite a propos. Each person was handed a slip of paper on which was half a-sentence taken from "The Darling of The and the slips hud to be matched. This occasioned much merriment. After supper 'there was some music, i'.i which Miss Hazell, Mr. Peat, Mr. Hazell and Mr. Ely took part, to the enjoyment of all, and then some dancing. The music and floor were excellent, and not to resisted. Mr. and Mrs. Hazell are' ideal hosts, and know how to entertain so that everyone has "a perfectly fine time." tables, each of which will accommo- date four doing any crowding either. The counter affords seats for sixteen. From the main dining room an arch will be cut leading to a grill 1 room which will contain five booths. The back C0unter full length of the cafe is cabinet style with every convenience to facilitate prompt .service. At the rear of the room is a wash room for the convenience of guests. The very latest conveniences have been installed in the kitchen. An 82 gallon boiler will contain water which passed to the large double range through pipes becomes heated, passes on to the steam table, then to the zinc, then to the wash room and back to the boiler. Thus the water will be in constant circulation. In the kitchen is a .steam the. only one in the city where meats vegetables, etc., can be kept warm. The covers are drawn up by pulleys on the ceiling, slide can be drawn up, the meat carved and again plac, Jttrs W C. Simmons assisted by j ed under cover. Mr. Murray has also Miss Bennett, was the'hostess at a (installed the only broiler in the city, small tea last Wednesday afternoon. I He also has placed a short order bos There was quite a round of caieties! in the restaurant where short orders are kept ready for serving. The re- frigerator for the butter, meat, milk, last week in honor of Mrs. E. S. Mar- tin, of Medicine Hat, who was the guest of Mrs. L. M. Johnstone. j etc., is in the cellar. A four gallon Mrs. E. A.- Cunningham was the [tea urn and an eight gallon.coffee urn hostess at a small tea, at which Mrs. are of the most modern make. The W. D. L. Hardie and Miss Hardie presided at the tea table. Miss Macbeth and Miss Audrey Neale as- sisted. The rooms were bright with flowers, the tea.table looking very dainty with white roses, white or- chids and Chinese lilies were in the drawing room. Mrs. R. F. entertained at dinner and Mrs. J. R. Anderson was party and water is conveyed to the water copier by pipes where it circulates in pipes and is kept cool by the ice in the cooler, but the melted ice is not al- lowed to mix with it. There is no- thing like this in the city either. Mr. Murray is installing a motor for making ice cream. Everything on the market can be had at the Alexandra and the prices will suit everybody. Lunches can be Say! this is your last chance to see those three Pearce Sisters at the Eu. reka. You'd better hurry, hurry, and come early, early. 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 W. R. 30-0 main; each; easy terms. Dobbin. FOR section of good land, Z% miles south an acre. The Agency, P.O. Block. of Burdett; H. Macbeth 33-0 DR. C. C. CRAGG Physician and Surgeon. Phone Office 125. House 94. Office to 11 a.m., to p.m., 7 to 8 pm Miss Margaret Macpherson Fraser, A. T. C. M. First Class, Honor Graduate of Dr. Edward Fisher, Musical Director of the Toronto Conservatory of Music. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SPECIALTY in all grades prepared for the Toronto Con- servatory examinations, will receive a thorough and artistic musical edu- cation, preparing them .fully for the teaching profession, for the concert, church and platform work, as well as for the drawing room and the so- cial circle. Personal cons-ult'ation in Studio, at the residence of Mrs. Wm. Hntton, 814 Courtland St., Lethbridge, Alta. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR room house on 2 fine Iot5, 3 blks. from Union Bank, cash. Alberta Realty Co. New 5 room brick cottage with cel- lar on 64 ft. lot, cash, bal. S25 per month. Alberta Realty Co. TO RENT. NIGHT SCHOOL. Our Winter Term opened Jan. 4th. You may enter at any time. Why not spend the long evenings in making preparation for a better posi- tion? The cost is only for 12 weeks. Call for par- ticulars at the Garrbutt Business Col- lege, Stafford Block FURNISHED rent, with board, suitable for quiet men. Apply to Mrs. R. Adam, Fisher St. South of Redpath St. 42-6 TO oa Ford St.. west of Round; suitable for store or dwelling. Apply The H. Macbeth Agency. 2G-0 TO furnished room in North Ward, Wallwork St. Apply Herald Office, Box J. 37-6 WANTED TO tenant wishes to rent farm. Reasonably near Lethbridge. Inquire of the 0. W. Kerr Co. 42-3 FOR SALE. FOR ply Bowling Alley, Oliver Block. 42-6 FOR business lot 25 150 situated in centre of good block in the town of Claresholm. T, A. Sedg- ley, Claresholm. 37-6 had from lOc up. Commutation tick- ets will be issued giving the customer the hostess at a theatre supper after "The Darling of the Gei- Mrs. Mewburn had three tables at I a discount of 9 per cent. All white at which the lucky prize win- help will be employed and the cafe ners were Mrs. Buchanan and Mr. I will be open day and night. Bennett. At. Mrs. McXicol's Not to multiply words we will state that t-he. Alexandra will be one of the "bridge" the guest of honor Mrs- Martin, wsa successful in carrying off one prize and Mrs. J. R. Anderson the other. Mrs. Martin returned to Medicine Hat on Monday, The Bacheors' Ball given in Oliver's best restaurants and the coasi. between Winnipeg DOESN'T LIKE THE ARMY Hall on Wednesday was voted a thor. j Labor Man Uses Strong Language ough success, sustaining its reputa-j Speech m England London, Jan. R. Trotter, Canadian labor representative in tion of being the jolliest dance of the season. There were almost ninety people there and dancing was kept j d protested to the Labor Par. up with much enioyment till an early! hour. Supper was served at the Hub i ty's conference against the Salvation and in the crush, it was rather hard j Army's immigration operations. He to disentangle ones wraps and nib- j sajd that if any one started a com- bers from those of ones neighbors. There were- several and I heard of one fair dancer who had to go home, much to her disgust, with, out rubbers. The patronesses were Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare, Mrs. R. F. Reeve, Mrs. W. D. L. Hardie, Mrs. Geo. Rogers, Sirs. E. A. Cunningham and Mrs. J. 0. Wilson. The members of the committee who were indefatig- able in their efforts to make the dance a success were Messrs. McNal- ly, Power, Harris, Street, Ritchie and) t b t t ar_ f icate, the Salvation Army's emigra- tion policy in 1909 would obtain first prize. Every statement made by the Salvation Army crucified afresh the Carpenter of Nazerine and placed An. anais on a pedestal. There were many thousands of unemployed in[ Canada and still the Army planned to send people there. British Colonial Photographic Co, Commercial Photographers and Dealers in Photographic Supplies Rooms I and 2 Oddfellows' Block Cor. Round and Dafferin Are you having- Photographic troubles? Call and we will help you. Our technical staff is always at your service, and any question will be cheerfully an- swered ADVIOE: GRATIS Amateur Photographers are specially invited TROUBLE is not in our Vocabulary Developing, Printing and Fin- ishing done for amateurs. AH work finished inside of 3 days ONE 5-roomed house and three 40- foot lots, in North Ward; only 600; very easy terms given. Dobbin. W. K. 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. 36.0 FOU N Westminster Road, one canvass coat lined "with sheep wool. Owner can have same by calling at the store of L. G. Tuff. 42-0 On Friday evening, a heart- shaped tie pin. Finder please call at Molson's Bank. 42-3 4 weeks ago, 1 mare, aged 4 years; brand S on left stiffle; i r_ __ color, bluish grey; reward for re- turn or information as to where- abouts. A. Carlson, Windsor Hotel, Lethbridge. 13-30 J" SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of f 1 an acre. Not more than acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which. the rights, ap. plied for are situated. In surveying territory the land must be described by sections, or le- gal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must' be accom- panied by a fee oi which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents per ton.. Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect- at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, .but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information, application should be made to the Secretary- the Department of the Interior, tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agect of Dominion Lands. W.W.COBT, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be paid SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person, who is the kole head'of a family, or any male ovftr 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion lanqLin. Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or The applicant must appear in the Dominion Lands Agency Agency for the district. En.1 proxy may be made at any agi on. certain conditions; by fat mother, son, daughter, brother or ter oi intending homesteader. months" residence upon and cultivation of the land in. each of three years. A homesteader may live within, nine miles of his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by hinj or, by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister; In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his 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 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 each of three vears, cultivate fifty acres and erect a. house worth W.W.CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior.- publication, .of this advertisement will not be for. light driving horse, both hind feet white; branded Public Notice Public notice is hereby given that the Lethbridge Electric Company, arrow head on left jaw and shoulder; Limitedj have gold their Dusiness, for return to G. Alexander, I and arc to dose up Lethbridge. j NOTICE j Five dollars reward will be given for information leading to the recov- frv of one roan pony, white face and legs branded on left shoulder. James Smith. Blayney. 41-6 ESTABLISHED 1864 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- bothain Block, without delay. 36-7 H. MACBETH, Secretary-Treasurer. Baby Carriages and Go Carts You will always find a very complete assortment of the goods at this store. We take great care that in buying carriages, they be thoroughly adapted to this country. Our carriages are equipped -with the most durable costly springs on the market. Yet our prices are so reasonable that even our regular customers are surprised. THE TURPIN FURNITURE CO. Everything For the Home j Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits............ Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department LethbrtJge Branch: Coaldale Block, Redpath St. NOTIOE. 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 garments, I solicit a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed. D. DAVIS, i ANT ADS BRING RE- SOLTS. i ;