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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHBMIOQI, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1909. r MOVING ADVANCED 1. Hypnotist's Revenge 2. Veapolitan's Jealousy 3. Carl Hagenbeck's Circus S O N G- UUUU DJfC JWCCUICHU UUUU vjc CONTINUOUS PEUFOIIMANCE Leoni and Leoni Silver Athletes Williams and Meyer Singing and Talking Act Prices I5c and 25c Richard the Serial Story By C Brady and Edward Peple Hon. Mr. Klinvaic while in New York had held several conferences of a delicate nature, including that lunch- eon at Sherry's and other meals of a similar character elsewhere, and now deemed It expedient to be far away from the capital of Texas during the passage of the said harbor bill; there- fore he gave tbe matter absent treat- ment, so to speak, though his meek as- sociates on' the committee carried out their leader's Instructions to the let- ter. They had enjoyed no dinners In New York, but they were confident to a certain hope of at least partaking of the dessert vicariously through Mr. Kin-wait The other person interested In teleg- raphy wag tbe heavy hearted Mr. Bill Williams, himself eu route for New York. Half a day before he reached Buffalo, he-received a dispatch from his son Richard, and for a quarter of an hour he was radiantly happy; he received a second one couched in the same words, and It puzzled him. especially In tbe earnest warning to return to Tesas at once and watch his harbor scheme. At Buffalo be received a -sheaf of yellow envelopes -which re- sembled a fine poker band, in that there were four of of tbe same kind. In highly ornate language the cattle king expressed bis belief that a trick was being played on him by his ene- mies, so be left the train and sought the nearest telegraph office. His friend. Mr. Loger. failed lo state tha name of tbe hospital in which tbe son lay dying, and Mr. Bill Williams bad 'not seen in the San Antonio papers the dispatch about son. so tbe father wired all tbe in New York for information and lost three hours' time in waiting for He received a number of replies froiu j various Institutions, eigln of which dis- claimed all knowledge of the I while tbe ninth advised him that-Mr. Richard Williams of San Autonio. j Tei., was truly confined in St. Luke's hospital and that bis condition was 1 not so favorable, owing to un increase of fever. Bill Wliliams was convinced some crafty trick being hatched, but he hoped later on to settle with j the hen. Meanwhile, whatever bap- j pened, he must go to bis boy. He sent I one more telegram and then hastened Ion to New York by tbe next train, i This telegram, addressed to Mr. j Richard Williams, was received at St. i Luke's hospital, and a pretty, fresh j cheeked nurse took it to Lord Croy- I land's room. "A. telegram. Mr. Williams. Shall I open It for said the. earl, 'with tbe list- less Indifference of a. very sick man. "I dare say it Is some beascly busi- ness matter. Read It'' The girl complied, reading as fol- lows: Buffalo, N. T. Mr. Richard Wliliams, St. Luke's Hospital, New York: Cheer up, Dickie. Will be with you to- morrow morning. DAD. Lord Croyland stared at the uni- formed young lady while be fruitlessly for his monocle among the folds of bis nightshirt. he observed In languid dis- gust "Haven't got a dad, you kaow. Some silly ass Is trying to come m cropper." Tbe nobleman then turned on his pil- low and closed his eyes, while tbe fair attendant looked thoughtful, took patient's temperature and made a memorandum to the effect that his mind had begun to wander. Meanwhile matters at Irvington -were dragging along unsatisfactorily. The last rehearsal of tbe play had resulted in a spirited quarrel between Miss Imogene and her dismal fiance. Mr. Van der Awe was a champion of real- ism, even on tbe stage. He considered it the height of absurdity for a pas- sionate lover to imprint kisses upon his adored one's theatrical wig near the region of her left ear, "But good gracious stormed the indignant bird, with a dangerous snap in her big blue eyes, "don't yon have enough realism when we are alone? If you think I'm going to let you kiss me before all those people you are very much mistaken. Now, one more word and we'll leave out that part altogether, sir! No, -don't speak to me! Dou't come near me! I think you are perfectly bate.ful and ridicu- lous. How I was ever weakmlnded enough to engage myself to you at all is more than 1 can understand. So don't-tempt me.'" had become somewhat one sided, so the dismal one retreated from the field of action, crestfallen, but unconvinced on matters pertaining to realism. He was a practical young man, however, ant! decided to kiss the wig In the region of its wearer's left ear for tbe present. Richard had made several desperate attempts at a" tete-a-tete wirb Miss Harriet, but found her dis- trait and unsympathetic to his- ad- vances. She acted as though some shadow of impending trouble lay upon her mind, so tbe Texan gave up in de- spair, took a short lesson in Britisb eti- quette from tbe much subdued Bills and tben went for a solitary horseback ride. His deception couid not be kept up much longer, for troubles were gather- Ing above him like Longfellow's scar- ing vultures, and he fancied he knew one sick "and wounded bison District News CARDSTON NOTES June town iu having piles driven nlouff .Leo's creek to protect the banks in case of an- other flood. The work is -in charge of .Al.. Wolsey. Tho town council is calling1 a meet- ing for'the purpose of discussing the best methods of celebrating Domin- ion Duy and CardsLon Day (July are two iiolitiays of the year and Cards-ton always does justice to both. Miss Amy Hammer is entertaining a few of her lady friends this oven- ing. Miss Hammer is known as a genial hostess, which insures a good time to those in attendance. W. Smith, Jr., of Mountainview left for Logun, Utah, yesterday. It is rumored that he is going to be married to Miss" Clara Sloan this this month. He and his lady will re- turn to Alberta and make their home on the ranch. Prest. WoM returned from Taber yesterday where ho has been seeing to the interests of his coal mine. He said that coal would be shipped from Taber to L'ardston this week. G-. F. Lamb and family depai-ted for Utah. Mr. Lamb lived in Card- ston for the past ten years. He did well here. too. However, he has der c-ided to Lake up another line of busi- ness and will locate in Farmington, Davis county. Andy Heppler returned from Itac- looti. Ho made a deal m real estate while absent. Mrs. li-'du-ard J. Wood ami her son Glenn, are going to Utah to spend a month with relatives and friends. Sloan sold his half section to .Mr. Thorvjild ISsvby. The deal was put through by the C-ardston Realty company. Martin Woolf is building an addi- I lion to his house. At the last meeting of the board trustees the resignations of Misses Alward and Keith were received, anci it was with regret that the board accepted them. These ladies havo done excellent work in the schooi here c.nd have made many friends in this locality. RAYMOND Raymond, .June was played Tuesday evening by the San Francisco Opera Co., in the opera house. A large audience, consisting To Suffer From Headaches Makes Life Miserable. t Auction Sale on Saturday, June 5 AT 2.30 P.M. At BONNELL FUR- MAN'S" Livery Barn 5 work horses 1 black saddle pony, .S-yrs. 1 piebald saddle pony 1 set single harness, nearly new Quantity of shovels, spades wheelbarrows, etc. Other entries are invited for this sale W. L. WILSON, Phone 189 4 4 Auctioneer J of many from the neighboring towns, were present. The Young Mutual Im- provement association will give a. grand ball tomorrow- evening in the opera house. The Raymond Young People's So- c-iety will have a lawn .social tomor- row evening on the lawn. The last meeting for this year was held last evening. Mr. Faucy, of Stirling, was in Raymond today. He leaves this af- ternoon for .Lethbridge. where he will take the-train for Edmonton. Mrs. l.ewts King left this morning i'0r Utah, where she will visit jela- tives. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Curtis spent Sunday visiting friends .in Stirling. It Ukiw a parson that bad or is sub- j Jact to headichefl to the suffering i which attends them. The majority of cues art caused by COD- i itipation and dyspepsia. The dull throb- I binga, tha intense pain, in part, in another, and then over the whole bead, varying in. its severity by j the came which brings it on, purely in catea that there is something the matter with tbe stomach or bowels. To the fact that that Burdock Blood Bitters reaches every would shortly be pecked to pieces, hoof part of the system is due its success in re- and hide. And yet, no matter what hap- and permanently curing headache. It hai proven a specific for the malady ID pened, he would brazen it out to the bitter end. If he could only win the girl before the inevitable crash, then nothing else would Shortly after dinner the Goal prepa- rations were made for tbe evening's All its forma. stage bad been constructed at one end of tbe double 4- CONSTIPATION AND i H HEADACHE! 4 4 Mrs. Allison E. Brown, Sum- merfield, N.B., writes "I have been drawing room and was provided with j Constipation and Headache. handsome plush curtains designed to j f diflfereBt slide upon a wben tfaey worked "6 j properly, which was infrequent-which to no a friend "ked me when opened revealed a dainty Interior Burdock Blood Bitten.. I find I am scene. Tbe drawing room was arrang- j completely cured after taking three bottloa. ed with chairs to. accommodate the guests, who began to arrive shortly I can safely recommend it to all." When You Buy Fruit Lands Do you buy them for a. Summer Home, or do you buy them to moke you a home 12 months in the year and have au income from them? If you do, you surely will buy in the CfrESTON DISTRICT where the train runs every day in the year and located at the door the market. ran pick fruit up till twelve o'clock noon and you "have this for breakfast next to 60 hours nearer than any other point. NOW is the time to buy for land is going to advance. For Full Particulars write to Canyon City Lumber Company, Ltd. Creston, B.C. WARNER Warner, June carloads of settlers' effects have been unloaded here during the last few days. The settlers bringing these in are of the same 'desirable class for which the district is famous. The winter wheat is looking well, and promises to bo a. good crop. There are no failures to be reported from this district. Spring grain is up, and looking well. It is hoped, now that fine weather has set in, that the government will immediately start to put in a road across Verdigris Coulee, so that when the rains come, farmers to the east will be able to get to town. Mr. and Mrs. Frank l.effingwell en- tertained their numerous friends at n. dance given 4 in the hotel. A good orchestra, was in attendance, and on enjoyable time was spent by pre-> sent. Dr. Field has returned from his vacation in the east. The Alberta Pacific Elevator Co.'s elevator is going ahead rapidly and Tilt- mayor and several incnjbcrn of the City Council accompanied by tint jirchitt-ct. J. A. Mucd'-nald ;inti Sec.-j Treas. Robinson visited the now jiTe on a tour of' inspection. Any not yet or not in accordance with the specifications were arid will have to b'- nalisliictory before the council takes it the "hands of tho contractors.. The architect remarked that ho was pretty well satisfied with the upjXM1 floors. Thf Council scorned to agree wall him. Their chief 'concern, h'-w- ever, was t-hu locating the various officials in the few Tlnj mayor tfriu'rouirly to slut re office. Tho council decided tlutt thf council chamber' could also be used oy the seemed tvj be find n place for the scity assessor. The fire chief frracious- ly offered to his room with the assessor, but it dvciclod to re- serve that part the buildhiii for the lire brigade only. Another plan suggested was to hud- dle into one room the police who art' on night -duty and now using two rooms in the top siory. The consul- tation in the corridor awoke a sleep- ing policeman who remarked. "There is only room for one." It reminds oi the fable of Daily Herald Market Place you have to or .to rent plice it in this column. If you want loytbinj use this colupR- 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACANT SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATION young married lady with one small child ol 5 years, to do general housework. Apulv at Windsor Hotel. 142-d Competent young wo- man, cooking, serving, or any kind of house work by the day. Apply to Miss M. Stcdmcrti, Loth bridge P. 0. 144-G situation; ex- perienced, good Box L. C. P., c-o Herald. 144-6 good Schweitzer bread baker. 143-0 couple of experienced ditch riders. Ko others need apply. by letter giving experience to T. M. Evans, Supt. A. K. I. Co. man to do farm wurk, with his wife to do housekeeping. Ap- ply to J. B. Moore, Lethbridge P.O. 142-6 BOY deliver the Daily Herald in North Ward. Apply at Herald office. 142-0 the- middle of the month, competent general servant. Good No washing. Apply to Neale.. opp. English Church. H5-0 h'rst-claris carpenter- wanted, at once. None but-union men apply. Call ai Easton's har- person who had so many children ness shop. Round .she did not know whnt to do arid Bartletli 146-6 TO .RENT indicates that tho time1 fasi approaching when Let! i bridge will need a city hall. The chief slid down the pole but the dignified Al- dermen hesitated and preferred the stairs. The floor of the fire hall and the stalls came in for some se- vere criticism. The chi--f was au- thorized to procure a pump and get the water out of the cellar. When visiting the police department one of the alderman voluntarily e' one of the and pullod down th' folding bed at the same time, n.- marking that it would be difficul' .for a man to got out. When the vis itors reached the street they con- sidered the completion of the. cemen sidewalk and the removal of a tele- phone pole now in the way and u new sidewalk to be built breaking outfits to start to work at once. Will pay liberal price per acre. Apply to the 0. W. Kerr Co., Lethbridge. 110-0 TO unfurnished rooms, suitable for light housekeeping Ap- ply Box E. D., c-o Herald. 145-6 the entrance in tlie rear. to the police department BOW ISLAND Ludtke Waddell sold otic block and a half, townsii-e, property yester- day. E. C. Ludtke and A. Waddell putting up fine residences. The contract for the new Presbyter- ian church has btvn let to Kide Ludtke. J. S .Ross and 1. D. James of Rossland have located near the town. Both were prominent in mining circl- es. A new school is to be erected. The present building was made to acc'mi- modate twenty-four pupil? and at present there are 37 on the roll. Mr. Mofiat of Lethbridge, has taken a position with the Bow Island Trad- ing Co. Brophie and Waddell have con- tracted to paint a number of the business -and residential buildings. Bert Hands has sold his town pro- one of the prettiest features of the will probably be completed in about peny and has moved to hi.? home- three weeks' time. Seventeen carloads of machinery have been distributed from this point during the past spring. The sectiomncn are busy putting- in new ties and generally bringing the track in good shape. The storekeepers Have come to an agreement to close their stores every evening, except Saturday, at seven o'clock. This gives owners and em- ployees an opportunity to enjoy the ieiightjul summer evenings. A team from the Alberta .Pacific Elevator Co.'s gang defeated the Warner village team at -baseball, by Mangin's steal of third was We have some exception- ally fine building lots on Crabb Street For sale on good terms Particulars on request We are in a position to handle Lethbridge and residential and business property. Offices to rent in Bryan Block. Apply The Southern Al- berta Loan and Investment Co. Room 8 Bryan Block CALGARY LETHBRIDGE TEUEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Cy. Warman, the author, made a trip to Edmonton over the right of way of the G. T. P. and -report? that the steel Avill be in that city in a month and will be rushed through Edmonton to the Petnbina this sum- mer. The Bank of Montreal has just provided a permanent home for its New York branch by purchasing in Wall street. It has bought the new 11-storey building at Nos. 64 and 66 paying about to. the Fifth j. Avenue and Eighteenth Street Realty Company. This property is just west I of Pearl street, and diagonally op- posite the old customs house, now thc home of the National City Bank. The Canadian government is likely to enter into the tarifT war with the United States, should tho American tarifT prove to be inimical to Canadian interests. Feeling pre- vails that Canada can, got- along very well irrespective of what tarifT the States may choose, to build up to keep out Canadian competition. TO room in modern house, on Ash mead St. south of Jo- lice Grounds. Phone 330. 143 C TO Round St. "Apply 517, H3-G FOR 5 roomed well located in North Ward. Apply 'R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. TO room to G. Delaney. Coutts St. rent. 146-3 FO'R Small store. Ford St., beside Fire Hall. Apply 10 R. V. Gibbons. Ott Block, Phone 222. 145 0 TO sewing by the day. Apply at A. Swenriunson, Duff Addi- tion. 145-6 SITUATION girl, 16 years old wants situation as nurse girl or light housekeeping. Apply Box 623, Lethbridge. 146-2 as waitress in white restaurant or hotel iri the city. Apply Laing, c-o Win.Bell. Leth- bridge. 147-1 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR residential pro- perty, rent? ?35 per month. Price Good terms. Alberta Realty Co. 115-0 FOR new fully modern house. Apply" P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 FOR lots and small new cottage, reasonable. Apply J. H. Hooper, Hodgrnan St., Duff Addition. 144-5 FOR QUICK 7 room new facing east on Westmin- ster Road, north of London St., on good terms. Apply to T. S. His- cox on premises. 144-6 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, Tabor. Alta. 131-18 new glove on May 24th. Owner can have same at Herald Office, 139-9 brown gelciing, branded, monogram NF on left flank'" and AN on right shoulder. One bay gelding branded 5 on left jaw. Parties finding same please notify George Millar, Burdett, Alta. 144 6 camped in Sec. 29, Tp. G R. 17, west of 4th Meridian, there strayed from my camp two 'horses: One black gelding, branded 04 ,on nice unfurnished iv-M.nis on Cutbill St. Suitable for i rightshouldef, monogram VA on left light house1 keeping. Apply to P. 0. shoulder. One dark bay gelding, Box 142G, City. 147.] branded faint U on right shoulder; j has star on forehead; shod all round. TO Hoarding house. A reli- 1 A reward of each will able tenant wanted for old established for their delivery in Letubjidge or furnished boarding house. 13 bed- delivered in Stirling and parties rooms. Central location in town of j will immediately notify W. H. .Young, High River. F. N. Shepparcl, High Cowley, Alta. 146-12 River. 147-4 TO furnished room. a month. Burdett Block south of central school. gold watch and chain about four o'clock Monday in MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. St., i front of the Dallas Hotel. Owner will receive same by paying expenses. Ap- ply to P. V. Marion, at the Windsor Hotel. 144-0 147-6 FOR 60 head ol cattle, chielly heifers under 7 years. Will accept negotiable notes. Apply A. Hacker, 0. Box J301. 143-6 FOR St. Ber- nard pups. Apply Westminster Road cor. of Rachel, North Ward. Phone 92. 144-6 FOR for cash, a bug- gy nearly new and one set of'single harness. Apply first house north of hinook Club, Glyn St. 145-6 FOR of Percheron mar- es, J3'2S Ibs, and 1350 Ibs., 5 years old; a Studebaker wagon, broad guage, wide tire, and aood harness. 5625.00 complete. Apply to S.E. 1-4 S. 32 Tp. 3 Rg.x22, W. of 4th Meridian, or Box 1387, P.O. 145-17 FOR SALE OR TO Boards, shovels, picks, and iron wheel- barrows. Apply at Dufferin Hotel, corner Dufferin and Burdett St. City. 144-6 WANTED Excavations to Make Cellars to-Dig Yards to Clean- All at Lowest Prices Apply to Boi 13 Herald Office I MMM M M house, well lo- cated, good patronage. Must be sold at once. Price very reasonable. Ap- FOR team of well mated horses, weight 1400 or 1500 Ibs. each, aLso harness and wagon. Apply Ab- rani Bortash, Box 1660, or John St. No. 3.v 145-6 yoar old dark bay filly, branded SD on left shoulder. Finder please iteijurn. J. H. Hooper, Hodgeman St.. Duff Addition, and "re- ceive 7-fward. 146-1 STREET SURFACING Bids will be received, by. the. City of Lethbridge at the office of the'City Engineer, until 1 o'clock noon, June 9th, 1909, for the re-surfacing and grading pi certain streets. A certified cheque, for the sum of one hundred dollars payable to the Secretary-Treasurer of the City of Lethbridge, must accompany -each proposal as a guarantee that the suc- cessful bidder will enter' into a con- tract with the 'city. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of the City .Engineer. No bid necessarily accepted. C. M. ARNOLD, Lethbridge, Alta. June 2nd, 1909. City 'Engineer. 145-6 FOR Typewriter for sale, in good working order. Typewriters cleaned and repaired. John Barthol- mew. Lethbridee. 145-0 FOR fi'od and salt- stable. Mr. Emil i? offering his fine barn and livery si nek in the timvine town of sale. Good reasons MISCELLANEOUS WANTS FOR rack, settee, bed- room suite, and chairs for sale. Ap- ply Mrs. J. L. Stovall, opposite Chi- no'ok Club, corner Glyn and Dufferin Sts. 138-0 OXEN team of young oxen and broken. Apply i on afternoon? to R. L. Kins at the Tavlor Mill. 144-G I ESTABLISHED 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada SHEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid up Capital....................., Reserve and Undivided Profits........n..... Accou