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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1909. f MOVINIG ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, 1. Lord Featbertop 2. Naughty Little Princess 3. Two Broken HearJs S O sick i ilist but is iiiiu-h impi'OMxt at i1 Julius tuition is uvatmg his h.uiseM 'to a coat of paint, litf says he doi'Mi't what grots it. just so it is javeu. Barrow has south of tin- riv.-r 10 oivruto an cninru' for an easn-ni who shipped in u s.toam oiuiit. II. Handy aiid Orva! Wtidde have to Miu'U-od 10 work oil a hreak prairie for Xeal N'eal- But tvait I must see that the letters are here. Imogene. look over them j Mr. and .Mrs. M. were as quickly as you can. I .am afraid to j oaliinii on Mr. and Mrs. X. Dar- turn on the lighi, but perhaps ilr. rcuv yest-et-day Fitzgeorge will be kind enough to lend I homesteader's in this vicin- us his lantern." chuckled the cook tor susrar fac- will immediately notify H Cow ley, Alta. 146-fi boardi-ig house at Raymond. Ap-1 STT? VYF.-n t -i Ply F. H. Bum, Raymond. 15riG ?e three Ridings: One dark bay, wcish- wanted ui Alberta i abou: 1450 Ibs. branded P left j Restaurant. 15Q-0 j shoulder, left- hind ankle large; IJicht bay branded P left shoulder to take charge oi two! about one lipht planers in saw mill. Must be fir-r 1500 Ibj.. slick, class sober and hold c-.'od i ,ldore" oa front ieet-- somewhat referencps. State me-t ailtl under col- ply to Peter McLaren, Blairmore All in gco_d condition. Alta. 150-6 I ut'UaK reward for infoniia- thai will lead to their recovery of the three, or for any one of strong, energetic boy. I them. Notify Janse Bros.. 'Box S38. about 16 years old. Apply Lethbridpe Lethbridge. 149.5 Laundrv. 150-0 Palpitation of the Heart. wit" Wo horse branded mono- Igram WJ on left hip, left hind foot Lo. chuckled the visitor quietly, "you've got your nerve -with you, all right! I'm sorry I didn't meet you before." Again he laughed noise- on thv.-ir land this fall. and ('has. are at home onee more, after in nearly a lessiy, produced his bullseye and threw iyear on the bridge. One of the first danger signals that an- nounce something wroDg with the heart ;s the irregular beat or vioknt throb. Often there is only a flattering sensation, or an "all gone" sinking feeling; or a blaze of light on the pile> of letters I Dominion Day will be celebrated at mav ft most violenc with flush. which he laid upon the table. 'Look jvhe homc. 01- Wlll ronnors. A large icg; of the skia and of the arteries. The person may experience a smothering sensation, gasp for breath quite i and feel as though about to die. In such IM nicely un- j cases the action of Milburn's Heart and 'em over. Imo-ene. my he con, ,.rowd ,rom ;his IoCalhy u.jn tinned, with unbUisUing familiarity. "That's every one you ever wrote me." "With a thrill of pleasure the Tesau caught this last remark. The letters, then, were not Harriet's, after all, and .swell the number. l.ittle Hum sick but i.s -ottini: der tho skilful treatment of Dr. Wood- j Pills in quieting the heart, restoring its normal beat and imparting tone to the cock. A. has his pre-emption all i nerve centres, is, beyond all question, mar- untler cultivation and acres of it into (lax. one hun-dred j vcllous. They give such prompt relief that no one need suffer- i Veterinary Xoice was calling on his N'orth Dakota friends in rhis vicinity Sunday. CANADIANS ON THE RIGHT SIDE (Ottawa Free Press) Tw.-i AUCTION SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS Coiuniorcial photograph- ai Prillfor PUBLIC NOTIC1- is hereby sivpn that a series of Auction Sales (Jf School Lands in the Province of Al- bertn, will be held as follows name- ly MacJeod, Tuesday. June 29t' 1909 HI 10 o'clock., A.M. 'j Pincher Creek. Friday. Julv onci 1909, at 10 o'clock. A. M. Lethbridge. Tuesday, July 6th 1809 at 10 o'clock. A.M. The lands will be offered in quar- ter-sections subject to a certain np- set price in each case, and will b amateurs. branded e on right side of J5-? 5 foretop clipped, weight about j 1.300 Ibs. Finder please notify K. B. Lemon, Milk River and receive re- ward. 149-6 Cinnv Sam's. SITUATIONS WANTED Sewing or general house- i the C. P. R. shops work by the day. Lethbridge WHY WORRY over your bookkeeping you can get an expert to do it Apply Box 653. and, a roll 148-6 i aniountms to and con- ,sisting of five "bills. A reward of will be offered, for its return to without regard u> persons who at reasonable cost. Business strictly confidential. Second hand Yost for low figure. All mak- ihose who have been given notice typewriters repaired. Lethbridge may be in illegal occupation of the same, but such persons, as well as sale' n the termination of their leases view of these sales, will be allowed a Mr, Sylvester Smith, Hampton, N.B., period of thirty days after the sale, was troubled with palpitation or a.iter tlle termination of the lease. as the case may be, within which to remove any improvements they may have on. the land. Commercial Institute, 2 Oddfellows Block. 149-G i his hip before be remembered the ab- I surdity of fashionable clothes. Clear- tue pile and looked up timidly. I ly there was some one In the room I who had no business there. Yet to I whom was be talking? If a member of the household, why this secrecy? must investigate, of course. But i first be had better arm himself, as be j did sot know -who or bow many he migbt have to deal with. His mind once made up, tbe Texan removed slippers, crept loftly up the stairs to his room, then down again, pausing once more outside the billiard room, but this time listening deliberately. "Mr. a woman's was ifciyinsr, "2ir Is exhaust- she, brave girl, uad dared to face this scoundrel 'iu order to shield a friend. He could iving the fellow as he stood. But no. That would alarm the house and unilo which this splen- did woman had striven to hide. He could wait, and if the fellow offered no affront he would let him go rather than mortify Miss Renwyct by his own appearance ou the scene. When the man was safely gone the Teian could then slip quietly to his room. guard outside the door. 01 Montreal and Robert Carrurhers Price, 50 cents per box, or 3 boxes for PS of rlie Railway or oE the public i his fine barn and liverv stock in the Imosrene opened each letter to said to have each at all dealers or mailed direct on higrhway. town of T ake for sale make certain that ir was there, counted ?150jooo.fron1 the Paiten wheat receipt of price by The T. Milburn The sales will only convey ;he sur-i Good reasons far sellTne.' deal: and the farmers of the West j Limited, Toronto, Out. Iace "Shts aild. wil1 subject to the j 1 -usual reservations in favor of the' Crown. The terms of payment will be one- tenth in cash at the time of the sale. this office. was troubled with palpitation of the heart and tried doctor's but they only gave me temporary relief. J heard of your Heart; and Nerve Pills and bought two boxes and before I had used them I was completely cured and would recommend them to all similarly affected." When any parcel offered is crossed by a Railway or by a public highway MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. JFOR clas milch cow for sale. Apply Rollins Wilkes, Real Estate Office, Shepard Block. 149-6 the Felge farm On Sec. 20, Tp. 7, E. 21, one bay mare, weight about bs." or 14 years old, rough built: when last seen was shod and nai lnltr-r on. Also one black wc-k'ht abuut Ibs. age 12 (years old, rough built, wirh blemish hind foot shod and had baiter "u. Will pay a reward of SlS.l-O f r tht return of the descri'v-'d team. M. Lockie, 0. Box 251, Lethbridge.. rhe sale of such parcel shall be sub-j are not all here." she faltered. wrote fourteen, and here are only twelve.'7 "That's all I said the burglar shortly. "You never wrote but twelve." "But I protested the trembling ImoKene. "You know I did. I mtan Mr. Fitzgeorge. Oh, Harriet won't you make him give me the other "Yes. r will." said Harriet firmly. "Mr. FItzgeorge. we have acted In good faith toward you anil expect at least a fair return. You demanded I bavf The money here In my have benefited individually, so that j i some gofxl ome out cf the' I "squeeze of tlie shorts." j NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED TEOTEES vri.l t receiv- and the balance in nine equal an- instalmems with interest at time to tune remaining unpaid. FOR used Remington typewriter. No. 6, cheap. Calf at Room 11, Stafford Block. 151-6 FOR SALE One good working horse, 1 set double harness nearly new, i Woodstock wagon nearly new. 1 seed drill, new Cockshutt 14 in. 12 in. 18 ___ Jt.JM except in cases where aresT'of j c'iscs- Cockshutt make. Apply to MISS H. A. DEMPSEY Bachelor of Music (Trin of a irame residence lor MJ Teacher of piano, organ and kirkham. principal of tbe piano dept., Leth-j Plans and specifications may. be j the land sold does not exceed "fortv iw- Wray, No. 11, Westminster "Road, bridge Conservatory of Music. Pu- seen at the Architect's offices in'the j acres, in which case the terms of MJetween and fair grounds. pils prepared for all examinations. A. Macdonald Block. i payment shall be one-fifth in cash For terms address Lethbridge Con- j The low.est or any tender not ne- and the balance in four equal annual' I------------------------------------------------------- ratei WANTS Phone 244. r j j TTX AT, Alta. 151-6 FOUND watch and chain about four o'clock Monday afternoon in front of the Dallas Hotel. Owner will receive same by paying expenses. Ap- ply to P. .V. Marion, at the Windsor Hotel. 144-O the circus, an umbrella, with the initials C.J.E. on the handle. Owner can have same by calling at Herald Office and paying for this ad. 151-0 151-t When You Buy Fruit Lands Do you 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 CRE9TON DISTRICT where the train runs every day in the year and located at the door of the market. can pick fruit up till ttpelve 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 FuO Particulars write to Canyon City Lumber Company, Ltd. Creston, B.C. Architect. OR WILL NOT FOR SALE-Hall rack, settee, bed- _________ Bt ACCEPTED IJ, PAYMENT room suite, and chairs for sale. ATJ- TENDERS Upon a parcel of land being knock- room suite, and chairs for sale. Ap- ply Mrs. J. L. Stovall, opposite Chi- pair of gold spectacles. Owner can have same by paying for ad. Apply E. W. Kineston, tailor. 152-3 TAKEN June 7, one bay horse, weighing about Ibs. and branded bar Cl and one smaller bay mare in bad condition with distem- Tenders will be received by the un f T vi i AWO.A u u w v 0.1 AJ j.Lt; jli_ II V, 4. C e.d xJowai the purchaser shall "im- nook Club, corner Glyn and Dufferin I per, _branded bar over U, about hye j mediately deposit the sum of One I Sis. 138-0 S1X olcl; Matched except in 1 Hundred Dollars with the Clerk of I -_____________________________ _ 'size- Wi11 be kePt one month aijd dersijmed up n, Monday the 14th inst. j for the removal of fire hall situated on the City Market Yards. GEO. W. ROBINSON. I Sale, otherwise tbe parcel will at once put up again. For this purpose the temporary j intending purchasers should provide Smith Street, to "i themselves with marked cheques "on cheques [chartered Banks of Canada, made to WANTED TO second hand buffgy. State price and where can be "seen to A. M., Box 512, City. 147-0 then sold for expenses. Morn's Ved- der, Bow Alta. Tp. 9-U, Sec. 10. 152-6 WANTED TO to ten acres 152-3 Secretary-Treasurer. -------1---- TT -Ti.i-l JL J-tJLS J. AJ JL. J- A T 1_ UV CLVA. OWln..-lT !r PayaWe, at, close in. What have you .got to sell. __. 4. __..._. ___.., Q-vg prjce particulars to P. at the point or with bank notes of as large a denomination as (possible. The balance of the cash in- I stalment must in every cuse be paid j before the close of the sale, failing j which deposit of One Hundred j Dollars will be forfeited and the land I withdrawn from sale. NOTICE is hereby 'given that the j Cheques will not be token in pax-- assessment roll of the City for the ment .marked by.the CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Assessment Roll year 1909, has been prepared and is now open for inspection at my office in the Fire Hall No, 1, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on every judicial day ex- Bank on which tihey are drawn. Lists of the lands to be sold may be had on application to MR. W. M. INGRAM, Inspector of School Lands. cept Saturday, on that day'from ji Winnipeg; the Agent of Dominion 10 a.m. to mid-day, and that any j Panels. Lethbridge-: or "The Secre- rate-payer who desires to object to j tar-vV Department of Interior, Ottawa, the assessment of himself or of any other person must within twenty days after the date of this notice lodge his complaint in writing at my office. Dated -this 7th day of June. 1909. GEO. W. ROBINSON. 149-3 Secretary-Treasurer. By order. p KEYES NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Tenders are requested for the erec- Department of the Interior, May. 1909. 152-3 LAND FOR SALE FQR sections and a half tion of a 12 room brick school build-1 of smooth prairie land, all plowable ing at Raymond. Alta., for the Ray-i with steam plow; close lo water; soil mond School District No. 700. is a good rich loam; will.sell all or Tenders for plunbing, heating and any of it suit purchaser. Located ventilating not included. to "ood market snd railway. A. Q. 66x 322. 143-6 FOR shares Saskatche- wan-Alberta Collieries, Limited. Ap- ply by letter to Box C., Herald. 149-0 WHAT IS THE GOOD-of putting away things that you can't use cr wear such as cast off clothing, etc. I pay cash for old clothing. hats, guns, pistols, all kinds of mus- ical instruments, trunks and satchels. The Alberta Second Hand Store. Red- path St. Sox 630. 150-26 Twenty or thirty good youns hens. G. W. Cecil, Lethbridge. Alta. 152-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR new fully modern house. Apply' P. McMurphy, Mgr. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person woo 13 the sole head ol a family, or any male over 13 yean old, may homestead a quartar-secticp of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Tbe applicant must appear in perion at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. kf proty may be made at any ter .of intending homesteader. monthi' residence upon and cultivation of the land in eath of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of hie home stead on a farm of at leaat 80 acres solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. i brother or sister. 12] Q i In certain district! a j in good standing may pre-empt TT quarter-section alongside hii home- FOR on Smith St.., sec-1 stead.- Price per acre. Duties. ond south of Bompas St. premises. Alta. 147-6 All tenders arc to be sealed and [bargain at the price and terms asked, endorsed and mist reach the sec-i Call or write for particulars. The retary before noon June the 19th, 1909. j E. Hunter Realty Co., Lethbridec, The lowest or any tender net neces- sarily accepted. A certified cheque or a bond of must accompany each tender, which will be returned to unsuccess- ful bidder. Plkns and specifications' may be obtained from F. B. Rolfson, architect, Lethbridge or the Secretary at Ray- mond. Alta. Address GEO. W. GREEN, 143-10 A rent 5 to acres of choice garden land, partly in fruit, double gated and securely fenced, at half price if taken at, once. Apply to owner, second house north of Fair rounds, R. J. Moffat. Apply on j -jfust reside six months in 148-6 j Of gix years from date of homealead i---------------------------------------------------i entry (including the time required to FOR QUICK 7 homestead patent) and cultivate new house, facing east on Westmin- i fifty acres extra. ster Road .north of London St.. j A homesteader who has exhausted OA good terms. Apply to T. S. His- i his horaeatead right and cannot ofe- cox "on premises. 151 -6 j tain a pre-emption may take a i chased homestead in certain districU. 149-6 HERALD Sec. Raymond, AUn. RESULTS. WANT ADS. BRING FOR property I Price per aery. consisting four lots and house on Beside in ol corner of Dufferin and Bartlett Sts. cultivate fifty and ettet For terms apply to 1203 Dufferin St. or P. 0. Box 214. 150-6 SHACK FOR 12 x 22. Apply Max Vottei. North Ward, Nor- man St. East of G. C. Dainty. 152-3 a houae worth Deputy Minister of the Inter ublioatVo c thh vlii not ht. for. ;