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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta frft I1111 l-t-ll M M ii MOVING J LptCTURES.1 ADVANCED 'I 1. Only Thoughtfulness 2. Eviction 3. Wifldow Demonstration 4. Life's Reality O N Gratitude Leoni and Leoni Silver, Athletes Williams and Meyer Singing and Talking Act Prices I6c and 25c i We have a full line of Screen Doors ii At prices to suit everybody Ptaii Dwrs 1.50 Screen. Windows 30c ul 40c Richard the Brazen Serial Story By C Townsend Brady and Edward Peple I must go to.-beti .-it once. It- i make out that Lord Croyland. Seems as'If I'd met what could be the The millionaire paced tlie floor of his library for a quarter of aa hour, then wst his burglar alarms and went to bed.. Richard was equally uneasy. He looked at the little pile of Croyland mail that had: accumulated, including several telegrams... which of course he bad not opened, and decided to take It to the first thing tomor- row. .It was criminal for him to have neglected it friend as well. And .there were other things he would do on. the morrow. i CHAPTER .XV; IB following day was an event- ful one for the various mem- bers of the, Renwyck house- Renwyck went ear- lier than usual'to.', the-city spite i of a somewhat uneasy conscience I worked ceaselessly to the furtherance of his harbor scheme. His- triggers i were and he only waited now .for i the trap to spring and catch Bill WH- i liams in Its'Tall and incidentally..' the Peace .and. Good -Will Realty company. Mr. Michael Cor- jrigan was .a'lso .quite during ;tbe i day, .though his was a i pleasant one: :At; least he seemed: to derive intense amusement from the re- j celpt of a, number of..lengthy telegrams from various points. I Richard; too, bad occasion to "use the wires, but In a' different manuer. Im- mediately after breakfast he made his excuses to tbe ladies and i.took a train for New-York. "At the teiegrapJj-office _ "he sent out the follovring dispatch: Mr. WJUlanv_J. "Williams: Wfms, with tbe message that Mr. Peter Wilson bad called and would again within a day or two.. Then, bar Ing nothing else to keep bun the city, after a stoo at a-flower returned to Irvin'gton. In the meantime the final rehearsal of "The Man and the Bird" was material- ly Interfered with by an] upheaval" of conflicting emotions on the part of Miss Imogene Chittendon.- By morning post -that young lady received a letter, which she read Jhrough sev- eral times, then ran to her room, flung herself upon the bed and expressed; .emotion In tears and hysterics- In passing through ;the ball, caught tiie sound or weepinj and went in to comfort her. She found Miss Imogene'ln a truly pitiable and the better part of an hour elapsed before intelligent: explanation of the trouble could be obtained. Mist Chittendon told her story In dis- jointed sentences, so interspersed with sobs and gasps that to quote her In de- tail would be an utter impossibility The thread of the ran Several" months previous to open Ing of this narrative Miss had been a pupil in a-: fashionabl young ladies', school in Mprrlstowa, N: Jl Like many of her-mates, had carried on Innocent flirtations be- neath the-very-noses-of certain statel; gray r headed wardens of propriety .harmlessly enough. -In her last an most violent affaire du'coeur, however .she suddenly found cause bitterly t regret her'rashness. Mr. Roderick :MorristowD object of Miss Imogene' transient lien tenant-In 'the: United States army ou Also a full line of Lawn Mowers tvnd Hose Pipe i Hayr Brosrii General Hardware P.O. Box 27 LETHBRIDCE ALTA. IMPERIAL _BANK_ OF CANADA Proceedinft of the Thirty-fourth Annuil General Mettiof of the Shareholders, held the Banking House of the Institution, in Toronto, on Wednesday. 26th May, 1909 The Thirty-fourth Annual General Meeting of the Imperial Bank of Can- ada was held jn pursuance of the terms of the Charter at the Banking Souse of the Institution, 26th May, .1909. THE REPORT The Directors have pleasure in submitting to., the Shareholders their Thirty-fourth Annual Report and Balance Sheet of the affairs of the hank as on 30th April, 1909, together with the result of the operations of the bank for the-year ended on- that clay. The net profits of the year (after making lull provision- for all bard .and doubtful debts, for interest on unmatured bills under discount, for ,tht usual contributions to the Pension Guarantee Funds, for the payment ox all Provincial and other taxes and for all preliminary expenses incurred in connection with the opening of new braches amounted to which The tandra Cafe Leads Them All nothing is too good for its magy patrons, nothing but the most advanced equip- ment to improve the ser- vice for their comfort. With the latest improved fleetrlc Tea and Coffee Uros and five electric cool- ing fans already installed, this mouth, and the. best .the marked affords on our table at the lowest possible- cost to all. We don't in- tend to lag in our efforts to make The Alexandra Cafe'the Mecca of the people of bridge "and their friends. N. II MURRAY, Prop (b) (c) has been applied; as follows_: (a) Dividenck.havs been paid at the rate of 1.1 per cent per. annum, amounting to Bank Premises and Furniture Account, has been credited with............7......... Profit and Loss Account has been increased by The premium amounting to received on ihe balance of th '.qi new -Capital Stock has been credited to Rest Account, whicl now amounts to Branches'of the Bank have been opened during the year in the.Provino of Ontario, at Bathurst and Du'pont at the Catherines; also at Cochraue. Elk Lake and Gowganda in'the Cobalt district la the Province, of Alberta at .Lethbridge. In the Pro.vkice of British Co lurnbia at Eamloops and Michel. Arrangements have been completed, for the opening of branches in On tario at the corner of Queen street and Palmerston Toronto; an at Palgrave. -In the Province of Quebec in John Town o Quebec In Saskatchewan -at Wilkie and Moose Jaw. Ii Alberta' ut Edmonton West In British Columbia at Fernif New Michel and at Fairvicnv-Vanc..uver, and Hastings.strec The sub-branch in Bank street. Ottawa, has been closed. The Head Office and cf'the Bank have all been carefully m wected during 'the yt-ar, and your Directors have- again much pleasure bearin- testimony to the ezril, faithfulness arid .efficiency of tne staff. D. R. W1L.KIK, President. Daily Herald Mi Place have erienced, good references. Box L. P., c-o Herald. 144-6 couple of experienced ditch riders. No others seed .apply. Apply by letter giving experience to T. M. Evans, Supt. A. R. I. Co. man to do farm work, with his wife to do housekeeping. Ap- ply -to J. B. Moore, Lethbridge P.O. 142-6 FOR residential pro- perty, per month.- Price S2400 Good terms. Alberta Realty :0. 115-0 BOY deliver the Daily Herald in North Ward. Apply at Herald office. 142-0 FOR new fully modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. Soutb Alta. .Lumber Co., Phone-225- 121-0 PAINTERS to'jtf. Shaw at E. W. Downer's new resi- dence. ..1432 the middle of the month, .competent general servant. Good: wages. No washing. Apply to uVIrs.'Neale, opp. English .Church. 145-0 TO RENT. TO rooms in mod- ern house. Apply. 1276 Redpath .Si. 138-G 34TH ANNUAL STATEMENT, 30TH APRIL, Profit and Loss Account 1909. Dividends Nos.72, 73. 74 and 75, paid .quarter- -year: ended' 30th Aprfl; -1909, 11 per cent.per 52 Transferred to Reserve Account, Written -off Bank Pre- mises and .Furniture Account Oi Balance of Account "carried' forward 26 IT WlUmJUA J. Mistake. Am all right and unburt. of absence, spending a furloug turn-to Austin at once and watcliJiarbor at qnietJittIe Jersey tdWD. Be'rwas RICHARD WIIX1AMS.. Oj'a-romantlc disposition and appeared Tbe young man.made a number or verT dashing blade, bewilderingly copies of Uie telegram and bad them looking to a pentup schoolgirl IB. sent to vnrioiis jouction poWts along 1 sill ptissiWe York, in the hope that bis might 'be whatsoever i train he might be a passenger and re- ceive one of them. And .in order to make assuranee doubly sure he gave j orders'that the telegrams -were to; be I repeated regarSless of-expense Ithe sendee had been reached. Richard Ibad a perfect right to say that he waa well and unhurt, and In consideration jof-Mr. Renwyck's method :of doing I business he persuaded himself that he- was also right in adding his noncom- 'mittal By this he hoped to put "the, cattle ting on his which case he trusted to his father'! Bhrewdness to circumvent the enemy. This duly Richard called at. St Lake's hospital 'and was much distressed to learn that-tdrd Croyland was not doing well at all. .He bad de- -veloped a high fever, and in his pres- ent condition could receive no visitors. Richard therefore could: only leave the earl's mail, securely done up-in a pack- ajre addressed TG Mr. Richard wil- spite of a certain physical defect The lieutenant was possessed of many oth- er known .and un- ;tnbwn to Miss imoge'neV among which, -according to the.--yonng -lady's :pwu statement "he could make love-just beautifully in the moonlight .over a garden wall that was -Just covered In TENDERS SEALED "For Mounted Police Provisions and. Light .Supplies, Provinces of, Alberta and ami .addressed to the win-L be received up to noon on 15thj. Printed forms of: tender -containing -the articles and quantity reg.uir.ed, may. be -had on ,-ap- at Po- ontowaraUy Or not ne- j Xilti U VI. C speech j accepted. said wail one sprins night; about-10 j Each'tender must be accompanied o'clock, -and the 'touchinjf- love. by an accept-ed Canadian bank.cheque then In progress came to an abrupt, npt I or draft; for an" .amount equal to .five caused' M ;by tile pulMg of Roderick ladder from under him by the .Villain" In the: night who had along ,per tbtSl valued of. the articles tendered, for, which Swill be forfeited if declines -to enter uitp-J'a. Contract" when called upon do" or if .he. fails to complete, the service ..contracted, for. If gard.en wall at the Instigation be; not accepted the cheque protagonist of the drama, the princt {'returned. v pal of the school, .who, splendidly NO payiaeut will be niade ed bv her mtelllgence department had j papers inserting this advertisement ruthlessly Interrupted- course of obtameXl'. cKhiU. VVJH.XI.CJ, (To Be Comptroller R.'N-.W; M. Police. Ottawa, May 17J-1909. 144-2 When You Buy Do you buy them for a vSummer Home, or do you buy them to make you a Home 12 months in the year and have an income from them? If yoirdo, you siircly will buy in the CRE8TON DISTRICT where the train funs every day in the year and .located at the door of the market. TH I can fruit up till twelve o'clock noon and you have this f6r breakfast next "to 60 hours nearer than any other point. NOW is the time to "Buy for land is going to advance. J For Foil writt to Canyon City lumber Company, Ltd. Creston, B.C. 29 Reserve Account Balance at credit of account 30th-: April, ]908, brought forward fi2- Prbfits for the' twelve months ended 30th April, 1909, after" deducting charges of management and in- terest due depositors, and after ;making full provision for all bad and doubtful debts and for rebate on bills under discount 17 Premium, received new Capital Stock 50 TO June 1st, front suitable for two gentlemen, in mod- ern house. Ladies need not apply ly 1249, Bompas St. 139-0 29 Balance .at Credit of Account, 30th April, 190S '50 Premium 'received on' new- Capital Stock 50 ._ 00 Liabilities Notes -of the Bank '-in' circulation........... Deposits not bearing interest 82 _ 'i j _ j _ i_- Deposits (including interest Deposits vby. other Banks 'rn Canada accrued to date 19 01 82 Total: liabilities to the public.......... Capitel stock (paid up) 00 Eeserve Dividend No. -75 1st May, for three" months, 11 per cent, per annum Eebate. on Bslance of Profit: and 'Loss Account carried forward 00 85.934. 11 37 20 Assets Gold and Silver. Ooin Dominion. Goveriiment Notes 82 82 Deposit with Dominion Government for security of note .circulation 195..203 52 Notes of and" Cheques on other Banks Loans to other-'Banks in Canada secured; including bills, re- 48 Balance due Banks in Canada Balance due in the TJnitecTKingdom Balance due from Agents in Foreign Countries 6( ;115J758 53 38 09 Dominion and Government Securities Loans to Governments.........----- Canadian Secmities and British or Foreign or Co- than Ganadian... 50 Eailway and Debentures ;ahd-Stocks V- 16 Call and Short Loans on Stocks and Bonds in Canada 71 25 Other Current LoansT Discounts and Advances Overdue Debts (loss provided for) 95 Eeal Estate (other than Bank 26..4S5 38 irortgages on Real Estate sold by the Bank................... 91 Bank and Office Furniture. at Head Office aiid Branches'...... Other not under foregoing heads FTJRNISHED-SOOM south ot Crabb St., 3rd house from Chinaman's gar- den, a month. Apply 1 to 3 or 6 to 8. 139-6 FQH room-house, with 11 large garden. Torrajice Ave. AY.- Dobbin. 140-0 FOR" clos; in, Nortl Ward. W. R. Dobbin. 140-0 TO .furnished room. -617 Glyn St. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR lot, Coutts and Courtland, with house. Price-reason- able. Apply to O. E. Braeger, P. O. Lethbridge, or on propertj'. 140-6 FOR lots and .small new. reasonable. Apply J. ,H. Hooper, Hodgrrian St., Duit Addition. 144-5' FOR QUICK 7 room new faeins east on Westmin- "north..of London on temis. Apply to T. S. His- cox" on premises 144 6 FOR acre N. Ward for sale or'will trade for lots, in Duff or centre city. Apply Box S. 143-2 MONEY TO LOAN those wishing to borrow on farm- lands or city property.' The Canadian Real Estate 9, Bryan Block. 40 6 LOST grey mare, 4 years old, weight, Ibs., branded S on'left hip, white star in centre of forehead, wire cut front right foot; reward for return to Gust. Gacobson, Royal Hotel, Taber. Alta. 13M8 iron 141-6 TO front room .in private house. Apply at 638 Coutts St. from 1 to 3 and 6 to 8.' .141-6 TO room in modern house, off Ashmead St. .south of PO- new glove, on May 24th. Owner can have same at Herald. Office. 139-9 black mare weight Ibs. brand I bay mare lice Grounds. Phone 380. weight 950 Ibs, branded TP- on left- TO Round St. Apply 517, 143-6 143 6 shoulder. 1 .bay mare, 3 white Tegs, V. on left eye. 1 bay yearling colt, Rooms and barn. 20' Ar- gyle. Avenue. 143-1 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE; per ICKX Strawberry plants that'...willj grow "big ferries, mea suriag seven inches in circumfer- ence. Apply to D. J. Whitney, P. 0, Letbbridge....... 139-6 FOR go.od livery business: in. promises be one of the best to-wns in" Southern. Alberta. It in- cludes barn, figs and .horses and can be purchased for only and cash.-will handle it. Present. owner can give good. reasons; for selling.. Ap- ply to The Real Estate Co. :Room Block, or Box 387, Lethbridgfe, :Alta. .140-6 FOR ,and har- nes, one mare four years old weigh- ing Ibs.; other mare, five years old Waggon and harness practically- new; Will sell for On time, Tearri alone Alex Tomackei, Box 552, Lethbridge. .141-6 FOR 60 head of cattle, chiefly heifers under 7 years. Will accept negotiable notes. Apply A. Hacker, F. O. Box 1301; 14'3-6 FOR St. Ber- nard pups. Apply Westminster Road cor; of 144-6 20 K: Asstl General Manager. W. MOFFAT Chief Inspector D. General Manager. Lethbridge Branch W. SBATLB, Manager Bloek, Store______ Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Capital Paid Up D. B. WILKIE President. HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice.Pres. of Ootporationi. Merchants, Fanners and Private invited. SAVINGS attention is gwen to Sayings Bank Deposits of and upwards received- eat allowed at conent rate tromjate Branch, W. R. SEATLE, Manager. Block, Round 8t., beside Store. FOR HERE OE FOR team of good work Will .hire to responsible parties.or will sell. Ap- ply, to Phone 115. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS FOR water fountain and complete outfit including ..goods for immediate business. Almost a bargain. Box H., P.O. new 138-0 FOR rack, settee, bed- room suite, and chairs for sale: Ap- ply Mrs. J. L. Stovall, opposite Chi- nook Club, coruer Glyn and Dufterla Sts. 1384) OXEN -team, of young oxen and well broken. Apply on afternoons to. R. L. King' at_ the Taylor Mill. acres broken on Soc. 15-7-20. Mark McMahon, Coaldale Hotel. Lethbridge. H4-2 cut on neck. Mares had" halters -on and colt had a "halter with nails in. Eeward mond. Jos. Alakavish, Ray- 141-6 brown gelding, branded monogram NF on left and AN on v right One bay gelding branded 5 on left jaw.- Parties finding same please notify George Millar, Burdett, Alta. gold Thatch arid chain ahoutr four o'clock Monday -afternoon iu front of the Dallas Hotel. Owner win receive paying "expenses. Apr ply to P V. Marion, at- the Windsor Hotel. Sunday-morning between Catholic Church and Furman's Livery a blue cloth overcoat, with velvet col- lar. reward for return to-Herald office. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno la the sole head ol a family, or any male over J8 yean old, may homestead a quarter-aectidii of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or The applicant must appear in'pewon at Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for -the dUtrict. EntTT lif proxy: may be made at any agenay tar of intending Duties.'r-iSix residence upon and cultivation of tbe land in of three years. A homesteader may live within nine. miles of bit home stead ou a of at least -80 acrei solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, aon, daughter, brother .or- sister. In certain districts a in_ good standing may prp.empt a quarter-section alongside hii stead. Price 13.00 per acre. -Must reside six monthi in of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to- earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. homesteader who has exhauctdd hi? homestead right and cannot tain a pre-emption may a .pur- chased homestead in certain Price 13.00 jper acre. reside six months in each of years, cultivate fifty acres an4 a house, worth: lor. Deputy Minister' of X' f UnauthoTied -n c- ftdvertiseir rnt will ESTABLISHED 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada JHEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits......., Accou-rs tf Merctwntft, Farmers fcacfcm Drafts Money Orders ol Qredit Savings Bank Braneb Block, St MMtMitl if itt ;