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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALYA.. FRIDAY, JUNE II, 1901. MOVING .PICTURES.1 ADVANCED j VAUDEVILLE. 1 ftloney Mad 2. Disasteraas Flirtation 3. Across tie Viadnct 4. life For a Life S O N 'NeaA the Old Cherry Tree Sweet Mane Mark and Laura Davit In a Very Pretty Sketch Stevens and Washburn Those Two Dancers CONTISUOUS PERFORMANCE 'FEMALE HOOLIGANS" WHY AM I ILL? HOW TO.TELL Indian Palmist Princess j-Miian i-ii'.i eihi. i> '.iiK-aK-tl. aiid has! i: e s; i; y of soien t i fie; Consult her on all- ui: whether; or heart affairs.: be convinced. Shei Kcorn 20.! the! Mr. John Bums to the Suffragettes Reply From Miss Christabel .Pankhurst "Female hooligans" was Mr. John description of some suffra- gettes wily interrupted him while he was performing the opening ceremony at.the Infirmary. Carshal- ton. He spoke of them as "those vulgar Miss Ohristabel Pankhurst replied to Mr. Burns at a mooting held in Hyde Park the next aftoniot-u. She said women of their union went to a meeting e-n Saturday in order to remind Mr. John Burns that wi-mon wanted to vote. The only reply to that was that thev must be thrown out. which she (Miss Pankhurs) thought ought to get him three months in Holl'Avay. because they knew it was inciting to violence. She thought it was far worse TO tell people toj thr-nv out of meetings than pjoes every cold affect your back, and j j; tell to rush the, I cause a fwlicg of chilliness, followed by i Commons. Mr. John Burn? j disturbance of the kidney aciion. llu-ir woim-ii "female hooli-1 Dws the use of spirits, or excite i the kidncvs? Are you easily worried and guns. That Denied .0 IKI likt annoyed "over trifles? Are the feet and j rebuking sin. because they must nev- j hands cold? Circulation bad? Do fees (T fortvt that Mr. John Burn? had j and legs swell? Is there paffinew under the eves' Do vou have rkeunuuism, poor i llli j eyesight, headaches and backaches? I most- militant suflragette. and he hau j tfieiv gravel or any unnatural action of j jn prison, like the women had. the kidneys? j On] ju> If you have any of the above symptoms i R k vour kidneys are either or diseased, wi-ictl a' a" KIt j ind svmptoins are warnings of more vulgar thins to do. j serious troubles to follow Bright's Disease, j or Dropsy. j j Whatever you do, whatever you think your disease is, look well to your kidneys it the first sign of anything wrong, Give chem iusc the aid thev require in Doan's Pills, the Great Quaker Kidney M'l-iiicine, and see how well and tit you feel vt'ter even a few closes. Mrs. 0. Warren, Ridisson.Sask., writes: 441 troubled with very severe in mv ba'.-k for years. I tried even-thing I could think oi but they did me no good. A friend told me about Dean's Kidney Pills and" after taking two boxes, I have not been troubled since.'' Price 50 cents per box, or 3 boxes for at all denlers or The T. Milbum Co' Limited, Toronto. la ordering specify Doau'i." Lethbridge Laundry Company New Company New Management Methods Ereetiujr uew building We are here to stay We guarantee satisfaction All details carefully looked after We respectfully solicit your patronage P.O. Bos 477 Terms strictly cash Phone 145 0. S, FARROW, Manager North Ward Drug Will make its bow the Public iu a few days with a complete line of DRUGS and H. McCROSTIE, Phm. B. HALF A MILLION s AT THE FUNIRAL ['a.ris. .Jane years has I' New HJli Block, known as British House. Hours: i'spct-tacle 10 a m. to 9 p.m.. of for several l s witnessed such a j H> and magnificence j SASKATCHEWAN BUYS OUT ANOTHER .a. June lias purchased thr Istai'.e--- lines and l'-eal ex- equipment and franchises with at Moose price lias r been made public but ii is undf'rsiood from a public view point the bargain i? good. The department oi railway? and telephon- es takes ever the lines at midnight on tin- last- day oi the present month 'as was seen today at the funeral of j __ j H. A. from the Chun-h. J j of the .Mr. Chuuchard was j (the proprietor of the Magasin? Du j i Louvre, the well known store near j i the Palais lloval. an-d June 4. I j leaving a vast fortune. Since the (ieaih of the merchant price his var- j ious legacies and his funeral have j been almost the sole topic of con- versation in the French capital- The church was besieged and it is esti- mated that considerably more than halt a ir.illion people crowded the streets along which the funeral pro- cession was to take its way. While the good taste of M. Chauchard's friends brought aisout the suppression of the gorgeous Louis XV cavalcade that was planned by the deceased. i i- the obsequies were carriwl in a The property includes 24c lines oi l i truiv roval scale. long- uistance wires and lour ex- ,r T r> i TJ- I Starting- from his residence in the changes, Moose Jaw, Rouleau, burn and and 31 toll sta-1 tiont. This virtually Greatest a gov- ernment monopoly r-f telephones. You'll be Glad You Did After You Have Tried FIG PILLS the fruit kidney and liver pill. They purify the blood, bring back thefa d, ing colour to yonr cheeks and make you feel better all oven. 25 cents a box, at Alberta Drug Ca. been laying in state, the imposing procession escorted by ar'squadron of cuirassiers and several battalions of infantry, literally forced its way through the streets to the Ma-deliene. The hearse, which was drawn by six black horses. in the trap- pings of moumingl preceded by three funeral cars banked high with the rarest of flowers an-d 3.000 employes of the Louvre store. The group of mourners behind the hearse consisted chiefly of beneficiaries urrder the will of M. Chauchard and his servants. A single carriage with close drawn i blinds occupied by Mad-ammo Boursin. who had been a close friend of the dead man for something like thirty years. You can buy the best imported CIGARS AND TOBACCOS And enjoy a smoke, and at the same time enjoy a game of BILLIARDS OR POOL UPTON'S POOL ROOM Basement Oliver Block Daily Herald Market Place aiythiif to or to place it it this column. If you wait use tali coluva. 25c one insertioi 6 for SI TO SITUATIONS VACANT good Schweitzer Bros. bread baker. 143-0 couple of experienced ditch riders. No others need apply. Apply by letter giving experience to T. M. Evans, Supt. A. R. I. Co. FOR store. Ford St., bwide Fire Hall. Apply to R. V. Gibbons. Ott Block, Phone 822. 145-0 N1CE FRONT for two respectable men. Apply to Mrs. Robt. Adam. Fisher St.' 150-6 TO room suitable for two. gentlemen 1246 Bompas Si. 151-G OFFICE TO or un- furnished office to rent in Shepard Block. Apply by letter tu J. ,B. Kel- sey, P.' 0. 448, or on Saturday afternoon., between 2 and 5 o'clock on the premises. 151-3 TO furnished rooms in modern house. Apply 1276, Red- patli St. 152-13 breaking outfits to start to work at once. Will pay liberal price per acre. Apply to the 0. W. Kerr Co.. Lethbridge. UO-0 general serv- ant. Apply Mrs. Frank Colprnari, c-o Dufferin Burdett Sts. 148-0 first class waitresses wanted at once, the Model Union Restaurant. 150-0 cook fur sugar fac- j tory boarding house at Raymond. Ap- j ply F. H. Bunn, Raymond. 150-6! FOR new cottages in North Ward, per month. R. V. 'Gibbons, Phone 222. Ott 153-0 TO new cottages, one in North Ward one just east of West- minsU-r Road and south of London. Apply L. S. Ripley. office 8. Macdon- ald Blk._________' 153-3 ROOM AND a modern huusf with all conveniences. Apply 425 Bart let t St. 153-6 LOST wanted at Alberta I Restaurant. 150-0 j to take charge o: two planers in saw mill. Must" be first j class expedienced sober and hold State wages expected." Ap-i ply- to Peter McLaren. Blairmore.- Alta. 150-6I strong, energetic boy. i (about 16 years old; Apply Lethbridge; j 150-0 i i with knowledge of Wcixlhall Davidson a stenographer.! book keeping, j Co. 152-2 j photograph- i ing. Also developing and printing for i aWH i amateurs. Applf Ed. Elsea. 4.15 Bur-! i dftt St. 152 G I Secretary "of State to Tour West i Ottawa. Hon. Charles Mur- i phy. secretary of state, will niakc a juit) through ihf .Canadian West uur- ing tht- summer, and will sjx-ak a number of places. waitresses wanted at i Ch-nv Sam's. 152-0 AUCTION SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS! NOTICE JUIK- 1909. i PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given j that a series of Auction Sales of School Lands in the Provincc-of Al- Mr. "Jean Caniin irives public no-jjv.__ name- tice to any giving credit 10 Mar- Cantin that Jean Cantin will iv it be responsible for ;ITIV credit giv- en to her or any oue of the children without hi r _ Macleod. Tuesday. June 29tl. 1909.. SITUATIONS WANTED or general house- j work by the day. Lethbridge. Apply Box. 653. j 143-6 WHY WORRY over your bookkeeping when you can get an expert to at. reasonable cost. Business strictly I confidential. Second hand Yost sale, nearly new., low figure. All mak- 10 o'clock, A.M. TENDERS es typewriters repaired. Lethbridge n i -n-i T i Goniniermal Institute. 2 Oddfellows Creek. Friday, Ju v 2nd 140 R Jean Cantm.153-2 1909, at 10 o'clock, A. M. Lethbridge, Tuesday, July 6th 1909 at 10 o'clock. A.M. experienced young servant or SEALED TENDERS will be rtctiv- i ed by Win. Evans, secretary of the j Magrath School, until 12 oclcck. noon i June 20, 1009 for the erection f an lady position as general ie maid. Apply Bus K. G., Her- office. 153-3 i camped in Sec. 29, Tp. 6 R. 17, west of 4th Meridian, there strayed from my cainp tivo horses: One black gelding, branded 04 on right-shoulder, monogram VA on lefr shoulder. One dark bay gelding, branded faint U on'right shoulder; lias star on forehead; shod all round. A reward of S 15.00 each will be given for their delivery ui Lethbridge or delivered in Stirling and parties will immediately notify W. H. Younc. Cowley, Alta. 146-12 April 1st from our c.nup three miles west of Lethbridge three geldings: One dark'bav, weigh- ing about 1450 Ibs. branded P k-f: shoulder, left hind ankle large; one light bay branded P left shoulder weighing about 1450 Ibs; one licht bay weighing about .1500 Ibs., slick, foundered on front feet, somewhat lame, foretop and inane under col- lar shorn. All in good condition. Thirty dollars reward for inforniu- ation that will lead to their recovery of the three, or for any one of them. Notify Janse Bros., Box 63S. Lethbridge. 149-0 horse branded mono- gram WJ on left hip, left hind foot white, and small white 'spot on face. Bay mare branded quarter circle over heart oil right shoulder an-d U over ever quarter circle over heart, on right hip. Left hind foot white, and small on face. Both wijjh halters. Apply to Georsre Firth, Leth- bridge P. O. 149-6 dappled grey mare about S years old, branded e on right side of neck, foretop clipped, weight about Ibs. Finder please notify R. B. Lemon, Milk River and receive re- ward. 149-6 will be offered in quar- subject to a certain" up- set price in each case, and will be i sold without regard to persons who j be in illegal occupation of the as housekeeper, school building -at 'iiagrath, i same, but such persons, as well us I or companion help, can do sewing. MRS. ALBERT GOULD JENNINGS Here is shown one of New: York's fashion leaders in a simple but ex- quisitfly fitted princess creation .of white polkadotted black satin foul- ard, the yoke and uidersleeves being of white Mechlin lace. A striking feature is the Iqng front panel of the same material, but with much Iar2er dot than that of the Whitney Block. j as the case may be. within "to F. B. KOLFSON, i remove any improvements they may 153-25 Architect, have on the land. When any parcel offered i? eroded by a Railway or by a public highway the sale of such- parcel shall be sub- resen-ation of whatever NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned'until five 0'-i fct, to v be required for the purpos- clock, p.m., June 16th, for the firec- Railway or of the public tion of a frame residence for Mrs. Elirkham. Plans and specifications may The studied simplicity of this dress is emphasized by the three-quarter length sleeves, and the elaborate hat of tulle, trimmed in} the back with a very large white her- on algret. A large white veil with black dots seen at the Architect's offices in the A. Maedonald Block. The lowest or any tender not "ne- cessarily accepted. JAMES A. MAGDONALD, The sales will only convey the sur- be face rights and will be subject to th .usual 'reservations Crown. in favor of the 151-4 Architect. TENDERS Tender? will be received by the un- with this costume in the clersigned up to Monday the 14th inst. fashionable black and white. 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 CRESTON DISTRICT where the train runs 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 thap any other point. NOW is the time for land is going to advance. For FuH Particulars write to Canyon City lumber Company, Ltd, Creston, B.C. removal of the te.mpo'raty fire hall situated on Smith Streek to the City Market Yards. GEO. W. ROBINSON, 152-3 Secretary-Treasurer. Thp terms of payment will be one- tenth in cash at. the time of the >ale and the balance in nine equal an- nual instalments with interest at the rate 01 five per cent, per, annum-en the balance of the purchase money. from time to time remaining unpaid except in cases where the area of the land sold does not exceed fortv ac'res, in which case the terms' of those who have been -riven notice of i Box W., Herald office. beparate tenders for plumbing and the termination of their in- -________________ heating and ventilation may be ob- i view of these sales, will be allowed a t-ained from the secretary, Magrath, j period of thinv days after the sale or undersigned, Lethbridge, Room or after the termination of the 153-6 MISCELLANEOUS SALE. FOE clas milch cow for sale. Apply Rollins Wilkes, Real Estate Office, Shepard Block. 149-6 FOR used Remington typewriter, No. 6, cheap. Room 11, Stafford Block. Call at 151-6 FOR good 1 set double harness nearly new, 1 Woodstock wagon nearly new, 1 seed drill, new Cockshatt 14 12 in. 18 in. discs, Gockshutt make. Apply to W. Wray, So. 11, Westminster-Road, between" standpipe and fair grounds. 152-2 FOR' Oliver typewriter for sale, almost new. A bargain. In- quire" C. C. Swanson. with Empire Land Co. Ott Block. 394. 153-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS payment shall in FOR Hall rack, settee, bed- balance in fo'ur annual room suifce' and chairs for sale' interest the rate SCRIP OR WARRANTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED IN PAYMENT Upon a. parcel 'of land being knock- ed down the purchaser shall :in> Tenders are requested for the erec- mediately deposit the sum of One tion of a 12 room brick school build- the ing at Raymond, Alta., for the Rav- j ?ale' otherwise the parcel will at once NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS per cent, per annum. ing a aymon, a., or e av- a once mond School District No. 700. -I Pe UP For this purpose Tenders for plumbing, heating and jntending purchasers should provide ntilating not included themselves with marked cheques." on All tenders are to be sealed, and Banks of Canada, made to' their o.wn order and payable at par endorsed and must reach the sec- retary before noon June the 19th, 1909. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. A certified cheque or a bond of at the point of sale: or .with bank notes of as large a denomination as possible. The balance of the cash in- stalment must in every .case be paid _____ ____ ____ M vi must" accompany esTch" tender! before the close of the saler- failing which will be returned to i whicn tne deposit of One Hundred fu3 bidder. I Dollars will be. forfeited and the land Plans and specifications may be withdrawn from sale. obtained from F. B. JRolfson, architect, Cheques will not be taken in pay: Lethbridge or the Secretary at Ray- mond, Alta. Address 148-10 GEO. W. GREEN, Sec. Raymond, Alta. LAND FOR SALE A rent .5 to 8 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 rounds, R. J. Moffat. north of P'air 149-6 ment tmless marked accepted by the Bank on which they are drawn. Lists of the lands-'to be sold may be had on application to MR. W. M. INGRAM, Inspector of School Lands. Winnipeg; the Agent of Dominion Lands, Lethbridge; or "The Secre- Department of Interior, Ottawa. By order, P. G. KEYES. Secretary, Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 27th May, 1909. 152-3 ESTABLISHED 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OPFUE, MONTREAL Paid-up J I Reserve and Undivided Profits............. of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited i I Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department I Uthbnifc Branch ComMalc Block, IMpath St. ply Mrs. J. L. Stovall, opposite Chi- noblr Club, corner Glyn and Dufferin Sts. 138-0 WANTED TO to ten acres close in. What have you got'to sell. Give price and full particulars to P. 148-6 FOR shares Saskatche- wan-Alberta Collieries, Limited. Ap- ply-.'by letter to Box C.. Herald. 149-O WHAT IS THE putting away- things that you can't use ci' wear, such as cast off clothing, etc. I pay cash for old clothing, shoes, guns, pistols, all kinds of mus- ical instruments, trunks and satchels. The Alberta Second Hand Store, Bed- path St. Box 630. 150-26 or thirty good vounc hens. G. W. Cecil, Lethbridge, 152-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOE new fully modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 FOR on Smith St., sec- ond south of Bompas St. Apply on premises. 143-6 the Felge farm on Sec. 20, Tp. 7, R. 21, one, liaht bay mare, weight about bs. ag; J2 or 14 years old, rough built: last seen was shod and wi lvilt.-f on. Also one black jreldin-r, vvtijrht 1.400 Ibs. age ab 12 CT 14 years old, rough built, with blemish hind foot, shod and had halter c-u. Will pay a reward of i r ti.t return oi the descnV'd M. Lockie, P. 0. Box 251, Lethbridge, Alta. 151-6' FOUND watch and chain about four o'clock Monday afternoon in front of the Dallas Hotel. 6wner will receive same by paying expenses. Ap- ply to P. V. Marion, at the Windsor Hotel. 144-0 the 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-O pair of gold spectacles. Owner can have same by paying for ad. Apply E. W. Kingston, tailor. 152-3 TAKEN June 7, one bay horse, about Ibs. and branded bar Cl and one smaller bay mare in bad condition with distem- per, branded bar over U, about five or six years old. Matched except in size. .Will be .kept one month and then sold for expenses. Morris Ved- der, Bow Island, Alta. Tp. 9-11, Sec-. 10 152-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS FOK QUICK 7 room new house, facing east on Westmin- j ster Road ,north of London St., "'ood terms. to T. ,-S. His- cox on premises. 151-6 FOR valuable property consisting of four lots and house on corner of Dufferin and Bartlett Sts. For terms apply to Dufferin St. or P. O. Box 214. 150-6 SHACK FOR 12 x 22. Apply Max Vogel. North Ward, Nor- man St. East of G. C. Dainty. 152-3 SHACK FOR of Chas. Stapleton, p.t C. P, R. shops or at shack between woollen mill and C. P. R. shop. 153-1 j Any person wno is tbe sole bead ol a family, or any male over 18 yeaw old, may homestead a quarter-sectioo of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or The applicant must appear in perion at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. proxy may be made at any agency ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in eatb of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of home stead on a farm ol at leaet 80 solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, eon, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in eaefl 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 13.00 per acre. xeside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of tbc. Inter publioatV-n o! thr advertiser nt will not be for. ;