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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Ai. I A.. THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1909. Y MOVINO IPfCTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE.. 1. Romance 01 the Alps 2. Dear Old Grandma 3. Nature Fakir i S O N MVi- chine. wheeling either from or to ma- chine, 30 cent? per hour. Co'.ioivtiiig by hand, cent.-> per hour. Excavating and ordinary laboring, cents per hour. Oaf Herald Market Place you have anything to sell or to rent place it in this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one Insertion 6 insertions for SITUATIONS WANTED .SITUATION WANTIKD-By younw inurried ludy with crip' small of 5 years, to do general housework. Apply at Windsor Hotel. 142-G i Competent, young wo- cooking, serving, or "any kind o! work by the day. Apply to Miss M. Stedman, Lethbridge P. 0. 144-G Wants situation; ex- perienced, good references. Box L. C. P.. c-o Herald. VACANT good Schweitzer Bros. broud bakej. 143-0 Plain sewing by the day. Apply at A. SwtMiimn.soa, 'Duff Addi- tion, 145-0 Shall be from 7 a.m. till 12 noon: 1 p.m. till 5 p.m. 9 hours per day. Extra working time shall be as fol- low? 5 p.m. till 7 and n quar- ter. 7 p.m. till 10 and one- half. 10 p.m. till 7 time. For Sundays and Christmas Day, Double time. Articles Article working on exca- vating and concreting shall have the privilege of working 10 hours per day as 7 'a.m.-till G p.m.. 1 hour for dinner. of brick and Wheeling on level 30 cents, per couple of experienced SITUATION girl. ditch riders. No others need apply.'1" "iJ Apply by letter giving experience to T. M. Evans, Supt. A. R. I. Co. a neneve you win GO a verm wrong thing in seeing Mr. Fitzgeorg? in the middle of the night, but of course I taTe no to interfere against your wishes. I am older than you, and I tell you candidly I don't lite it How much money have you with "Fifty dollars, aud I'll gire him jew- enough to make up the balance." "Thtt won't be necessary. I'll lend yon whatever you need, and if you still Insist upon seeing the mac I will go j town with you." In an instant more two very Pttle arms were twiaed about Kenwyck's neck and a sobby voice pouring delirious thanks into her wrs. When the fear of creeping down a fight of dark stairs alone was eased the thought of companionship the sentimental young lady began to view toe affair in an entirely different light It would be an adventure which ap- pealed to her strongly. There would fee no earthly danger, she argued, as could be a protection to the other, i while if the worst came to the worst their screams would quickly summon The more Miss Imojrene thought of it i the more excited she became, declaring 1 naily that she would gladly pay I somebody else had earned for j fcer. by the for the fun of 1 the She felt now that she had j exaggerated the possibility of danger. u the wretched, disgraceful man was I after money only and would go away i instantly he had received iL "Tou see." she explained, "he shows I his intentions are not bad by his very tetter. If he had asked me to meet kirn outside in the dark somewhere 1 j shouldn't have dared, but coming here into the library, where we can call for assistance, shows that he means no I "But suppose be should not come f suggested Miss Harriet. he will." the other continued, j. you aud 1 will stand ia the; door on the opposite side of the room, the moment we see two men In- ttaad of one. why. then, dear, well f just begin, to scream or something like that, and then' we can say we heard a noise and came down. Oh, Harriet, precious, do go and find a piece of white Miss Renwyck wns not convinced- i She did not lack courage for a woman, jjjor had she any actual fear of this I man. who was ciear'r an ordinary pet- 2y blackmailer who tried to make profit lout of an innocent schoolgirl's foolish correspondence. She could not imagine Liny other motive for his coming, inas- much as the library window would be opened by an inmate of the house and closed and locked again immediately after his departure. Yes, clearly it was blackmail, and if Imogene had her let- ters returned intact perhaps it was the aasiest solution after all. "Wnat sort of a looking person is she asked, with a smile. "Now. please do not call him begged .Miss Imogene. "It makes me lof a plot that satisfied all Concerned ers 37 cents per hour; mixing assemble there. !wa.> hatched, the girl declared. The [four of them were to go to Dakota where Mr. and Mrs. Thurber would secure a divorce. Thurber and Miss I Webster would then go to Tennessee where Thurbf-r said The accused said thai he sometimes took the Webster children driving, his wife btfing with them. At no time I gro- cery busine.s, with about or Apply Westminster Head E.. north of Rachel, North Ward. Herald office. 142-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE WANTED-By the middle of the washing. Applv to i Co Ala Mrs. Neale, opp. English Church. 145-0 first-class ness shop.. Round St.. or 418 Bartlett. j 146-3 j j FOR SALE A new fully modern carpenters j house. Apply P. McMurphy Her ne 121-0. WANTED-Good plv Mrs. Fred Roon-418 FOE lots and small new servant Vr> cottaSe> reasonable. Apply J. H. iisiRartiait" i Hodgman St., Duff Addition. 144-5 Bartlett! 146-6 or gentleman ticket i FOR QUICK 7 room seller for large tent show. Must furn- i new facing east on Westmin- ish cash bond of B. Apply W. E. ster Road, north of London St.. on terms. Apply to T. S. His- cox on premises. 144-6 breaking outfits i to start to work at once. Will pay liberal price per acre. Apply to the: 0. W. Kerr Co.. Lethbridge. UO-0 LOST TO RENT. TO grey mare, 4 years, old, weight Ibs., branded "s on left hip, white star in centre of forehead, wire cut front right foot; reward from buildings, choring, underpinning and raising of old buildings, drying of plastering when done by salaman- der heat, handling of dimension stones. Any contractor not schedule will be sent receiving one upon ap- He explained that relations betvesn! Mr. Thurber denied that Bosshard -n- acting as his asent in talcing the his lamily and the j Wy. He" declared he had very familiar during the -winter or j never j_ove to MJSS Webster and j never induced her to leave home. plication 10 the Hod Carriers' Con- ciliation and Arbitration Committee. C. OLIVER, Pres. J. HOLTON. secy. bright, smart girl fur confectionery department. Apply Mgr. Hudson's Bay Co. 145 6 HEART AFFECTED. More People than Aware of It Have Heart Disease. "If examinations vrere made of one, would be rammed ar the nuro ber of wahnng about roffericg fron heart disease." This startling statement was made by at a recem He went to Davidson on the day the Websters went, but it was STREET SURFACING Bids will be received by the City of Lethbridge at the office uf .the City FOE suitable for light housekeeping. Ap-1 ply Box E. D., c-o Herald. 145-6 Alta. 131-18 TO Nicely furnished 617 Glyn St. front Hi-6 j new glove on i May 24th. Owner can have same at TO front room in private house. Apply at 638 Coutts St. from 1 to 3 and 6 to 8. 141-6 Herald Office. 139-9 TO rooni in modern house, on Ashmead St. south of Po- lice Grounds. Phone 380." 143.6 TO RENT- Round St. -Warehouse. Apply 517 black mare in foal, weight Ibs. brand I bay mare weight 950 Ibs, branded TP on left shoulder. 1 bay -mare, 3. white legs. V. on left eye. 1 bay yearling colt, cut on neck. Mares had halters on and colt had a halter with nails in. Engineer, until 1 o'clock noon. June 9th, 1909, for the re-surfacing and i '-i I grading of certain streets. jtake mother and daughter there. e A cheque for-the sum of j They had been subpoenaed to give one hundred dollars payable to 5 Txomed cottage, 143-6 Reward mond. Jos. Alakavish, Ray- 141-6 well located in North Ward. E. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. [the Secretary-Treasurer of the City of Lethbridge, "must accompany each FURNISHED 5-ROOM HOUSE. FOR North Ward on Torrance Apply j 145.3 brown gelding, branded _____ i monogram NF on. left flank and AN o.n right shoulder. One P o Box P. 0. Box proposal as a guarantee that the sue- TO again. Now, come on, like to say that heart disease as common evidence at a trial. It was not until a couple of days j after that he learned a warrant bad j "wiTf into a con-1 TO furnished or un- been issued. He gave himself up. tract with the city. j furnished, a beautiful parlor. Also a Sisterly Liking I Plans .'and' spe'cifications may be large bedroom, three Good To NT. Grayson he explained th'at! he had a '''sisterly liking3 for Miss j Q_ M. ARNOLD. bay gelding branded 5 on left jaw. Parties finding same please George Burdett, Alta. notify 144-6 precious, and let's tie the string on the M thia would said the_ expert. Webster. He denied that there was Lethbridge, Alta. City Engineer. 'but 1 ara sure that the n-mber of persons; j about with weak hearts mast be very utllt'r lov' CHAPTER XVI. PON this eventful Friday, which might justly be termed "black" by the various persons con- nected with this narrative, two more gentlemen mentioned herein u existing between them I June 2nd, 1909. but admitted 'having kissed the girl. 1-Hundreds of people go about their daily did not think then- was anything ork oa the rerge of death, and yet do not year old dark bay filly, branded SJ on left shoulder. Finder. location. Also a stable. Apply Brun- j please return to J. H. Hooper, ton St., Siverview, opposite "gate of Hodgeman St., Duff Addition, and re- Athletic Grounds. 144-6 145-6 FQ'R store. Ford St., reive reward. 146-1 camped in Sec. 29, Tp. kiiow it. It is only when the shock .comes j that kills them that the unsuspected weak- j of the heart is made But undoubtedly heart weakness, i jt is more prevalent nowadays. I' wrong in this. A letter signed by No. 404" (Mr. Thurber) was read bv Mr. Grayson, I beside Fire Hall Apply to B: V. g i 17west "f 4th-Meridian, there Gibbons.. Ott. Block. PJwne 222. 14o-0 j st.rayed from my camp two fiorses: One black gelding, branded 04 on A. T. j i I riehtshonlder, monogram VA on left Application wdl be made on be- MISCELLANEOUS rOR SALE. One dark bay geidinc. half o: the .Alberta faint U on right shouldei-; NOTICE and Canadian Northern had occasion to use the telegraph lines sjlouid'think that the stress of vigorously. Wwir mgjj Of modern business life, The first was the Hon. ilr. Frank have a lot to do with heart trouble." Kinwait, member of the upper house! There is no dsubt but that this is correct, of the Texas legislatiirt.' and chairman ami we would strongly advise one of the state Improvement committee j wtferins? in any way from heart trouble thereof. Contrary to Mr. or Milburns Heart and Aerva positive statement, the distinguished I cu. per box or 3 boxes legislator had not gone back to Aus- at dealers or will be mailed direct on tin- Instead he had quietly stopped receipt ot price by The T. Milburn Co., over in Washington, held close com- j Limited, Toronto, OntI munlcation with severaJ .migbrj' offi- cials, then wired frantically to his most trusted lieutenant, the vice chair- man of the state improvement commit- tee at Austin, in a cipher code. These communications were imperative or- Wcbstcr ;vnd was a j Railway company to the Board 01 interesting communication. It j Railway Commissioners for Canada FOR xvaggon ,and har- has on forehead; shod all round. nes. one mare four years old weigh- A reward of each will be given for their delivery in Lethbjridge or in Stirling and parties immediately notify W. H. Young. 146-12 kisses in 111 'Miss Webster. Re-j sanction of an-agreement amalgamat-. the said: j in, said j "Now the kiu dares not to run: ,-r.V, -n-rr-r-T away for they will be after her and j if y.'ir can f.tkt- he-re away things will 1 141-6 ALE-About 60 liead or cattle, chiefly heifers under 7 years. Will FLUTTCR1NQ OF THE HEART. Mrs. G. M. White. N.B., I troubled with weak spells and uiierine i't the heart. I was North Ward- Fhnne can held my claim just the same. it. 2QO who left the city! go. ders concerning the passage of a cer- tain deep water bill. ucivjt-u me to much I got another box and it, made a final cure. I cannot speak too i we locate ni-r. say, at highly of them. I think they are worth their j gold." then 144-6 When You Buy Fruit Lands Do vou buy them for a Summer Home, or do you buy them to make you a home 12 months in the year and have an income from, them? If you do. you surely will-buy in the CRESTOH DI8TJRICT where the train run.s every day in the year and located at the door of the market. can pick fruit up till twelve o'clock noon and you have this for breakfast next to 60 hours nearer than any other point, HOW is the time to buy for land is going to advance. For Full Particulars write to Canyon City Lumber Company, Ltd. Creston, B.C. j when 403 gets her visit', out she will j return to where 402 is and there you j land I will make our headquarters! I and we will happy -once more.! Now I cannot furnii--h any money and you know why, but I can buy your camera or loan it to you so as to j and .it will all come out j i in the wash, see! Well. I .will close i and look van to be prepared to! take 402 when you come.' Xlmrber explained.tliat Fern Web- ster "originated the nftrsiber method of designating one another. The going away referred to in the letter was simply a holiday ,inp. Mr. Grayson asked if he Adopted i any other'method of making love .Miss Witness denied that he adopted any met.hod of making j love. Kissing did not indicate love, I he said. "Purely platonic was the? sarcastic comment of the coun- sel for the crown. to take up land in the "Western prov- jinces. The prospective settlers were WANTED (rood girl to help with housework "om farm, eight miles from Lethbridge. See Care of Mason Land Co. FOR for cash, a bus- gy nearly new and one ?t--t qi single harness. Apply first house north of Chinook Club, Glyn St. 145-6 PUBLIC NOTICE Toronto, June Court of Ap- peals today refused to grant stated case on behalf of Maurice Ryan, sen- tenced to be hanged at North Bay for the murder of his brother Patrick. Excavations to Make Cellars to Dig Yards to Clean AH at Lowest Prices t Apply 10 Box 13 Herald Office FOR SALE-Team of Percheron mar- A Sitting of the Court 1325 Ibs and 1350 Ibs., 5 years old: j will be held at VV ARJS k.K on a'Studebaker wagon, broad guage, j TliIESDAT, JUNE Sth. corn- wide tire, and 2ood harness. S625.00 complete. Apply to S.E. 1-4 S. 32 Tp. B 22, W. of 4th Meridian, or Box 1387; P.O. 145-tf FOR SALE OR TO EENT-Mixing boards, shovels, picks, and iron wheel- barrows. Apply at Dufferin Hotel, corner Dufferin and Burdett St. City. 144-6 meitfcing at 10 a.m. S.B. WOODS. Deputy Attorney-General i Dated at Edmonton 31st May, 190S? FOR upright -model cement block machine, fine assort- ment of face plate and pallets in cv.hiriDCIC PAMAHIAM NDBTK splendid condition. Price for quick sale. Golden West Real Estate. a family, or any male over 18 yeara T. i- v n i oW, may homestead a quarter-aectiOD FOR house lo- Qf Dominion land in Mani- cated, good patronage. Must oe sold j toba_ or Alberta. The at once. Price very reasonable. Ap- j applicant must appear in person at ply Box Z., Herald office. the Dominioa Lands Agency or 8ub- Agency for the district. FOE team of well mated horses, weight 1400 or 1500 Ibs. each, ftlso harness and wagon. Apply Ab- ram Bortash, Box 1660, or John St. 145-6 FOft Typewriter for sale, in'.good working order. Typewriters ESTABLISHED 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada I iHEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Reserve and Undivided Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Moifey Orders of Credit Savings Bank Department i; Bnfteb- CoaHftle Block, St. cleaned and repaired, mew, Lethbridge. proxy may be made at any agency tar of 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 oa a farm of at least 80 solely owned and occupied by him 07 John Barthol- i by his father, mother', son, daughter, 145-0 brother or sieter. i la certain districts a homesteadei FOR Four show windows 6 x j {n g00d standing may pre-empt s 8. second hand. Apply Max Vogal. quarter-section alongside Ma home- North Ward, Norman St., cast stead. Price per acre. Duties. Dainty. 146-1 j -Must reside six months iu eacn of six years from date of homestead FOR Furniture. Apply to j entry (including the time required to corner of Crnbb and Dufferin St-s. 46-1 jearn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted MISCELLANEOUS-' WANTS jhis homestead right and cannot ok- i tain a pre-emption may take a put- FOR Hall rack, settee, bed- chased homestead in certain districts. room suite, and chairs for sale. Ap- Price per acre. Mas4. ply Mrs. J. L. Stovall, opposite Chi- j reside six months in each of three nook Club, corner Glyn and Dufferin years, cultivate fifty acres and erect Sts. 138-Oi a honse worth ____ j W.W.COBY. OXEN Want team of Deputy Minister of the Inter young oxen and well broken. Apply; Unauthoried on afternoons Taylor Mill. to E. L. King at the'thn ?nt will nnt by 144-6 i IOT. ;