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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta -.0 A.. SATURDAY, JUNE 12, MOVING PICTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE. 1. Money Mad 2. Disisieroos Flirtation 3..Across the Viaduct 4. life For a Life o 'Neaih the Old Cherry Tree" Sweet Mane Mark and Laura Davis In a Very Pretty Sketch Stevens and Washburn Those Dancers CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE MR. TEMPLEMAN GOING WEST Ottawa. June William Templeman, minister of inland rev- enue and of will leave in :i few for the West, ami will not return until September. During his absence he will visit Seattle ex- hibition, will go to his constituency in (Vmox-Atlin. and will afterwards proeeei! City, at ihe invi- tation the Board of Trade of that; citv. He f.'.nv be yble U- time tiis' i ji'urney north so as tv travel wiM Karl Urvy and party, who will leave! for. the far north immediately upon the Governor-General's return from i in July. j Lethbridge Laundry Company New Company New Management New Methods Erecting new building Vfe are here to stay We guarantee satisfaction All details carefully looked after We respectfully solicit your patronage P.O. Box 477 Terms strictly cash Phone 145 0. S. FARROW, Manager iANOTHER ONE AT THE Croylaud." he asked, "did you j'room, mopped iiis and bunted for that window his brandy flask. It seemed to bim I Onimeiiciiii: Monday msrht. June j 'To be sure." lied Richard suavely, that he wanted a good stiff drink as jthe 14th. the management of the Eu-j he screwed In liis ever readv j be -wanted uotbing else in all thejreka have another fine prosrnuii to! world. He failed to find bis flask la the public. its accustomed place aud surmised ac- i am! Ravi earateJy that if he found i monocle, thanking God that he had no! laid it aside. Somehow tbe ttiius seem- ed to give him confidence now. It was soDiethinir to dins to, "No harm, 1 "Well.. returned Mr. Renwyck ilowly, "only I doti'r understand why ft didn't raise a hullabaloo. I'm posi- Bills he might strike its trail. The valet's sleeping room was ueit his own. so without ceremony the master pushed open the door, admitting a flood of light He did not find his flask, nor did he find his servant either, for the Lloyd. up tn exp.'nent.- oi re- tim-t! comply will Iv a stronir head- j lim-s. Kini: Rollins and Malvl j Klifton. America. "s premier high and popular and original imitation-. Mr. i room was deserted, and the bed had i? the' "righial Rollins of not been occupied. observed the Texan thought- fully. "Bre'r Fox has changed mas- ters for the second time. Humpb! A little awkward to me. I mean." On Restmore a heavy silence fell which was broken, as before, by that antique clock and its soft 'chime as it struck another quarter hour. Then two dim, ghostly figures crept slowly up the stairs and entered Miss Harriet P.enwyek's room. In a little while they were safely tucked in bed and lay whispering in each other's arms. :aml the celebrated banjo team. Tin- picttm-s. will b" bt-autifully col- i un-u fihi! and the program all through! will high class and refined. It is; the intention o: Messrs. and Thaien to make the Eureka a F-ini- ily Theam-. am! nothing will be! sh.'iiw that can hurt the in st re-; lined taste. Special mention should be made of the pree.uitkm they; have taken in regards t-- the safety I of the public. Large tin- bft-M in.-tnlled un.i tlu- lam' lined with and >tt.v ANNO U N C B M N The North! Ward Drugstore few days with a comulete Hue of DRUGS and STATIONERY. J. H. McCROSTIE, Phm. B. Manager Daily Herald Market Place you hive f to sell or to rent place it iir this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 for SI PROPERTY FOR SALE FOE SALE-A house. Apply South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 new fully modern P. IvIcMurphy, Mgr. FOR QUICK 7 room new house, facing east on Westmin- ster Road ,north of London St.. Jon good terms. Apply to T. S. His- cox on premises. 151-8 SITUATIONS VACANT FOR valuable property consisting four lots and house on corner of Dufferin and Bartlett Sts. For terms apply to 1203 Dufferin St. or P. 0. Box 214. 150-6 Schweitzer Br good bread baker.! couple of experienced I ditch riders. No others need apply. j Apply by letter giving experience to T. M. Evans, Supt. A. E. Co. 143.Q SHACK FOR 12 x 22. ____i Applv Max Vosel. North Ward, Nor- man St. East oi G. C. Dainty. 152-3 breaking outfits LAND FOR SALE A rent 5 to 8 acres of choice garden land, partly in fruit, to start to work "at once pa'v j douole and securely fenced, at j liberal price per acre -Uiplv to the half Price if taken at once- Apply to 0. W. Kerr Co.. Lethbridge UO-0 second house north Fair rounds, R. J. Moffat. of Fair 149-6 general serv-} ant. Apply Mrs. Frank Colpman, c-o i Dufferin Burdett Sts. 148-0! LOST p ,t th M "Oh, Harriet, darling" breathed Miss -makipn. perfectly safe. A: Imogene. "wasn't he-er-just splendid ,sas lvetl pm. :iin j place half! when he told slsat bouncer? I don't be- lieve he's an Englishman at all." the other laughed. "Of course he's an Englishman. Now try to go to sleep." It would be discourteous in the ex- treme to state that a lady had been guilty of another but at in'J: it a comfortable and cosy :to pas? a pleasant !u-ur and :a-iv evening. CHURCHES WILL VOTE 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 at __________ UPTON'S POOL ROOM Basement Oliver Block roront.i, June this-moriiinc's i i any rate Miss Harriet clasped a drowsy of the Cohcresratinnai Union of i camped in Sec. 29, Tp. G R. 17, west of 4th Meridian, there strayed from my camp two horses: _______________________________ Pne bJack gelding, branded 04 on rightshoulder, monogram VA on left cook for sugar fac-! shoulder. One dark bay gelding, tury boarding house at Raymond. Ap-j branded faint U on right shoulder: ply F. H. Buna, Raymond. 150-G! star on forehead; shod all round. reward of each will be given i tn their delivery in Lethbridge or delivered in Stirling and parties iurbtduiant. loO-O j will immediately notify W. H. Young. Cowley, Alta. 146-12 to take charce of two! planers in saw mill. Musf be first L__, ...__ i class expedienced sober and hold srood April Isr. from our tate wages expected camP Inilt's of LeUibridse Peter McLaren. Blairii'ore 'three geldings: One dark bay, weigh- 150-G about IDS- branded P left left large; one jjOV i light bay branded P left shoulder I ptv to Alta. i strong, energetic i about iti years old." Apply'Lethbridge s weighing about 1450 Ibs; one light 150-0! about 1500 lbs.. slick, j foundered on front feet. x somewhat i lame, fovetop and mane under col- photograph-! jar Shorn. All in pood condition. ing. Also developing and printing reward for informs- amateurs. Apply i-.d. Llst-a.-41S Bur- j ation" that win_ to their recovery (tt'u "T- the three, or tor any one oi wanted at Alber- i Lethbridge L Restaurant. 150-0 Itherri. Notify Janse Bros., Box 633. 149-6 little figure to her breast, thought of Texas and smiled into the darkness happily. "Lord he asked, "did you open that window yourself T" J tive I set the burglar alarm, j He took a step toward the wall. "By George! It's turned j Now, Richard knew nothing what- j ever about the burglar alarm and be- i to feel Icy beads of perspiration i gathering on his brow, the more so as I Mr. Renwyck was gazing at him In 113 i fae cljmbed Into disguised and increasing suspicion, j "Oh, he "I turned t the lever before I raised, the sash. "te- By Miss Renwyck explained it to me yes- terday. Jolly little contrivance, Tpon my word, I should like immensely to have the system installed at Croy- land Park." The bogus earl looked innocent to the point of childishness, aad the mys- tified host was forced to accept the inadequate explanation of the Without comment he the -window, set tbe alarm once off the lights and silently, to say jrimly, led way upstairs, meekly followed by the Texan, glad to hAYe eacmpcd further inquisition. I'm awfully sorry to have caused you all this Richard apolo- gised again as they reached the upper landing. "I'm no end of a nuisance, really." "Don't mention It, I beg an- financier, with forced coar- tgsy. "I hope yoa will sleep DOW. Good night" Then the two parted and entered taelr rooms. mattered Mr, Renwyck be palled the sheet about his chin. "A peculiar lot these Englishmen. But I dare say I appear just as peculiar to them. He acted so strangely, too. about that check the other night. One hundred thousand dollars' Humph! I wonder if he lias a hundred thousand dollars. I begin to doubt it exceedingly." Meanwhile the Texaa reached hl- HAPTER XIX. T 7 o'clock tbe next morning Mi. Renwyck had a telephone call 'churchi--? and that Canada the question church union wa? at length. Rev. Hugh! Pedley, Montreal, presented a n-p- rt of the committee recommendiiur T'UMT the question be referred to individual be horse branded mono- male .-stenograph- j grarri on left hip, left hind foe; ..van ted at once. Box 0., Herald j white, and small white spot on face. Office 154-0 Bay mare branded quarter circle over i heart on right shoulder and U over over quarter circle over heart, rizhi hip. Left Kind foot white, SITUATIONS WANTED from his partner in New York. It was of such a serious ua- as to cause him to dress hurried- ly and leave without waiting for his breakfast, though Mrs. Renwyck lowed him to tte front veranda, ging him to for a cup of Iiavea't he snapped le waiting trap. "Go Wait a mia- he eiclaimed. -with frown of- annoyance, "I forgot about t'Tose He fumbled in his pocketbook. produced a memorandum and handed it to his wife. "Julia." he said hurriedly, "this is the combination of the safe. Telephone to Michael, will you. and ask him to come ever before he leaves for town? Gel to unlock the safe and bring the diamonds with Mm to my office I'll pat them In- the safety deposit vault time to explain any more. My train is due in three minutes. Goodby. Now, let Molly have her head." In a moment the trap had -whirled through the open gates, and Mrs. Ren- wyck, marveling at what could takt her lord away so suddenly, turned and allowed a vote whether art favor of the union as >et' f-'-rth C'.'irmmttv of by I SKA LED to the undersisrr.eil and endorse.! "Tes.- AUCTION SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS Ssjjpiyine. Coal for the Do- i PUBLIC NOTICE herebv -iven T-t7iiii1ii'tTj na re-fniViiii ifethodist. minion. will be received Thflf _, I Mitt I. WHY WOEEY over your Appy whcn you can get an expert to do it i bridge c. (J. on and Both with Applv to George Firth, Leth- 149-6 small white spot on face i hvtPH-m -n-l ch-irch-. at.this office until 4.30 P.M. on Thurs- OI Auc ryck C.fii.r5g.inonal c.iarch of Scnool Lands in the ada, beg-; es ana if not what amendment tney, BuildinS5 through- j berta. will be held i coffee. would suggest. Churche? are asked i Domlniun. !iv.__ at reasonable cost. Business strictly confidential. Second hand Yost o! Auction Sales of i sale, nearly new, low figure. All mak- he Province of Al- as name- to report by 1910. dappled grey mare ab-'-ut. S years old, branded e on right side of DISCOVERY OF GOLD Cumbined and form of j ,r _ tender can be obtained on application luesday, June 29tL, 1909. at this office. i at 10 o'clock, A.M. ladv es typewriters repaired. Lethbridge neck, ioretop clipped, weight about Commercial Institute. .2 Oddfellows j i 390 Finder please notify -R. B. Block. 149-6 Milk River and receive re- ---------------------------------------------------iwa-d. experienced Persons tendering are notified that Pincher Winnipeg. June bi2 disc'ivt-ry i tenders will n.-it be considered unless j 1909. at 10 ted forms supplied, j their, ac f trold 45 miles east of Fort Francis j at Glenorehy on the line of tin- C. i r" N. R. is reported here. The samples! Each tender must Creek, Friday. July 2nd, o'clock. A, M. July 6th, 1909, lady position as general servant or the Felge farm on house maid. Apply Box K. G., Her-igec. 20, Tp. 7, R. 21.. one light bay aid office. 153-31 mare, weight about bs. ag.' 12 Posiuon housekeeper, 153-3 j mare, weight about bs. ag.' 12 or H years old, rough built; last seen- was shod and no-1 offered in quar- or companion help can do sewing, a eh.-irterecl i subject to a certain up- i Box. W., Herald office. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. .Uso one black 2 lbs age wi-ijrht 12 Or 14 NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT On 10th June impounded in j. oiiiiciy vi w ndt vi ii i black filly.. 2 years old. branded in- fail to complete the work contracted j after tne sale- verted V over Y monogram on left i years old, rousrh built, with blemish i hind foot shod aud had hr.her uu, (Will pay a reward MI f f tut (return of the FOR clas milch cow for Lpckie, P. 0. Box -251. L nip. er. Josephh Gillespie, Pound 154-O NOTICE June 9, 1909. Mr. Jeau Cantin sives public no- If the tender be not accepted the termination of the lease. cheque will be returned. I as the case may be, within which to typewriter wrat into tbe hous.. where one y Mar- telepioaed her sage to her brother Michael. Breakfast was late that morning-, wo at least the inmates of the boose showed unmistakable signs of loss of sleep. "How lovely P' exclaimed Miss Har- riet as glanced through a delicately tinted note, then turned to Richard. "Such a dear friend of coming out this morning to stay over Sunday. I know yoa will be charmed to meet uer." "Delighted. Fm drawled Rico- ardiadolently. credit civ- i en to her or anj" one of the children The Department does not bind itself jfemove any improvements they may j nave the land. j When any parcel offered is eroded a Railway or by a public highway such Par9el shall be sub- to accept the lowest or'any tender. By order, NAPOLEON TESSIER, Secretary, oi Public Works, Ottawa, June 4, 1909. Newspapn-s not be paid for .this j highway. sale. Apply Rollins Wilkes, Estate Office, Shepard Block. 151-6 149-6 Granuiu. Alta., FOR used Remington i June 3rd. Two bay geldings each typewriter. No. 6, cheap. Call at j three years old, no brands, weight Hoom 11, Stafford Block. FOR Oliver typewriter !itTle' for sale, almost- new. A bargain. In- 151-6 about both shod, had halters on. One light bay, star in forehead, nose and white hind reservation of whatever Lana Co- ired One dark bay, one white quire-C. C. Swanson. with' Empire Suitable reward. Notify post- Ott Block. Phone 394. 153-6 I master, Grairam, Alta. es of the Railway of of the public FOR feed and sale stable. Mr. Emil Wattum is offering FOUND -j yifCL VI ti AO vnthout h.s order. Jean Cantm.I53-2 with- The sales will only convey the sur-1 his fine bara and liverV stock in the lace rights and will be subject to the ihrivinc town of Grassv Lake for sale. I usual, reservations in favor of the Good reasons for sellins. 1 out authority from the Department. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS j SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- j ed by the undersigned until five o'-i. clock, p.m.. June 16th, for the erec- TENDEftS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- i Crown. The terms of payment will be one- lenth m cash at the time of the sale and the balance in nine equal an- _ Magrath School, until 12 oclock, noon nual instalments with interest at the Plans and specifications may be j 21. for the. erection of an rate of five, .per cent, per annumvon seen at the Architect's offices, in the 3 room school building at Magrath, (the balance of the purchase money tion of a frame residence Mrs. ed by Vim. Evans, of the Kirkham. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS 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 A. Macdonald Block. The lowest or any tender not ne- j accepted. Alta. from time to time remaining unpaid" Separate tenders for plumbing and. except in cases where the area (To Be 'Continued.] heatine ventilation. iPlans and specifications may. be ob, the land sold does not acres, in which case th of fnrtv I FOR SALE-Hall rack, settee, bed- FOUND-A pair of gold spectacle, room suite, and chairs for sale. Ap- Owner can nave same, by paying tor ply Mrs. J. L. Stovall, opposite Chi- ad. Apply nook Club, corner Glyn and "Dufferin Sts. E. W. Kingston, tailor. 152-3 shares Saskatche- 151-4 JAMES A. MACDONALD, jtaimad from the .Secretary, Magrath, j payment shall be" one-fifth in cash IT" ct. i or from the undersigned at Leth- j and the balance in iour Architect 1153-25 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 CRE8TON 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 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. T.I i '-i annual Whitney l instalments with interest at the rate F. B. tof five per cent, per annum..... Architect, j SCRIP OR WARRANTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED IN PAYMENT Upon a parcel of land being knock- down the purchaser shall 'im- Tendefs will be received by the_ un- j mediately deposit the sum of One dersigned up to Monday the 14th inst. Hundred Dollars with the Clerk of for the removal of the temporary Sale, otherwise the parcel will at once fire hall situated on Smith Street, to; be put up asain. For this M Herald' TENDERS i the City Market Yards. GEO. W. ROBINSON, put up again. For this purpose intending purchasers should provide themselves, with marked cheque? on Secretary-Treasurer, chartered Banks of Canada, made to __________________ their own order anci payable at, par at-the point of sale: or with bank notes of -as large a denomination as Tenders are requested for the erec- j possible. The balance of the cash in- NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS tion of a 12 room brick school build- j stalment must in every case be paid j ing at Raymond, Alta.', for the before the close of the sale, failine :nond School District No. 700. i which the deposit of One Hundred Tenders for plumbing, heating and Dollars will be forfeited and the land ventilating not included. 'withdrawn from sale. Ain are t0 be Cheques will not be taken in pay- endorsed and must reach the sec- I retary before noon June the 19th, 1909. The lowei-t or any tender net neces- I sarily accepted. i A certified cheque or a bond of i must accompany each tender, j which will be returned" to unsuccess- I ful bidder. i Plans and specifications may be obtained from F. B. "Rolfson. architect. Lethbridge or the Secretary at Ray- I raond, Alta. Address GEO. W. GREEN, 1143-10 Sec. Raymond, Alta. ment unless marked accepted by the Bank on which they are 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. KETES, Secretary. Department of the Interior, WHAT IS THE putting away things that you can't use. cr wear such as cast off clothing, etc. I .pay cash-, for old clothing, shoes, pistols, air kinds of mus- icaT instruments, trunks and satchels. 'The Alberta Second Hand Store, Red- path St. Box 630, 150-26 Twenty or thirty TAKEN June 7, one bay horse, weighing about lbs. and branded bar Cl smaller bay mare in bad condition with distem- per, branded bar over 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 young hens. G. W. Cecil, Lethbridge, the circus, a baby's go- cart. Owner1 can have same by ap- plying at the Lethbridge Steam Brick- n-nr! njivintr for this advertise- 154-1 and paying' for thi Alfa." 152-6 young man, furnished room in private Apply 99. Herald. 154-0 and board in pri- home by yonns man. Box Iff, Herald. Apply 154-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS TO RENT. FOR store, 4'ord St., beside Fire Hall. Apply to R. V. Gibbons, Phone 222. 145-0 NICE FRONT for two respectable men. Apply to Mrs. Robt. Adam. Fisher St. 150-6 Ottawa, 27th May, 1909. 152-3 ESTABLISHED 11854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid up Reserve aud Undivided Profits.............. 4-.267.400 Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders of Credit Bank Department I Brmch Block, St. Any person wno is tn-e sole head ot a family, or any male over 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-aectiop of available Dominion land in toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district, fcy proxy may be made at any agency ler 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 on a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by him or TO furnished his father, mother, son, daughter, in moclern house. Apply 1276. Red- i brother or sister, path Si. 152-6 j In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt FOB new cottages in quarter-section alongside his Jhome- room suitable for two gentlemen 12-56 Bom pas St. 151-6 Gibbons, Phone 222, Ott 5 Xj v stead. Price per acre. Duties. n i -Must reside six months in eacc six years from date o! homestead entry (including, the time required to TO new one homestead patent) and cultivate 1 N-..rtti War.l and one just east of Wvst- ;fifty acreg extra. minster Road and south London. homesteader who has exhausted Apply L. S. Ripley, office S, Macdnn-; hjp homestead right and cannot ob- ald Blk______________________153-3 i tain a pre-emption may take a pvr T !chased homestead in certain ROOM AND a modern per acre. Datees.-Mast house with all conveniences. Apply i teVfde 'six months in each of three 425 Bartlett St. 153-6 j years, cultivate fifty acres and! erect house worth TO room in modern j W.W.OORY. house, bath, electric light and tele- Deput? Minister of tbn Inter... phone. Apply to Mrs. L. Philips. 520 i B -n Crabb St. 154-6 wlfl I tar. j ;