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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta UITMBRIDOI, ALTA.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1909. Richard 111. 2. Venice 3. Amateur Theatricals O O> Wait Till the Rose leaves Fall Prices I5c and 25c and Lloyd Up-to-date expoueuts of refined comedy Kollins and Kiifton The celebrated banjovteam in high-class selections and imitations LARGE BEQUEST TO EMPLOYEES To Suffer From Headaches Makes Life Miserable. _. ___ GERMANS ANXIOUS FOR CANADIAN TRADE I Pans, June 14.--The will of thy i late H, A. Chauchard, proprietor of The Du Louvre. leaves his collection of paintings, bronzes, mar- bles, etc.. Comprising some of the j most ceUbrattid works of the romau- :ttc school of 1830, to the National Louvre The collection i.s 'valued at To tlie employ- ees of the Louvre store M. Chauehard He gives to the poor of Paris, and makes also numerous bequests to various philan- 1 Hi Topic and charitable institutions. big individual legacies are i to Geo. Leygues. tlie lawyer j and man of, and {fie members 'of his family, and to Gas- ton Calmettc, proprietor of Tin- Trying to Remove People to Buy Canadian Goods ADMITTED TO MINISTRY It a parson has had or is sub- feet to headaches to describe the suffering whieh attends thorn. Too iiiajority of cases caused by con- stipation and dyspepsia. The dull throb- bingi, the intense pain, sometimes in part, in another, and then over -whole head, varying iu its severity l.iy this cause -which brings it on, puix-iy mdi- oaiies that is something the, matter with the stomach or bowels. To the fact that Burdock Blood Bitters roadies every part of the system is due its success in re- lieving and permanently curing headache. It proven a specific for tho malady iu all ita forms. Mrs. Allison 2" OOK8TIPATION E. Brown, Sum- I' t merSdd' N'B-' i writes I M M -M-- have beeD Of Presbyterian Church After Warm Debate on Heresy Paris, Juno in Jour- nal des Debals. Robert Duelasbleau, _____ CHinsulor of foreign corn-; York. June the sjvs results of tariff war be- Rev. Archibald Black, a young Kdin-1 burg theological graduate declares j not believe the altbib lie aeoe hhts that he does not believe the biblical accounts of Adam and Eve, tlu; vir- tween Canada and Germany which is likely to be aggravated by recent Franco-Canadian conventions, Ger- man-Canadian Association has ace vd- cu o> u Standard Charcoal Stove Sits on. ordinary stove. It will-boil, broil, roast or bake Two cents' worth of charcoal will retain heat enougl: to iron one hour HHYR BROS- BOX 27 Oaily. Herald Market Place VYV.M! you hive to sell or to rent II iff this cot If yoty v an t anything use column. :iK' insertion 6 insf-ti >ns for SI SITUATIONS VACANT good bread Bros. baker. 143-0 L08T Granuxn, Aha., June 3rd. Two bay geldings each three years old, no brands, weight about both shod, "had halters on. One light bay, star in forehead, little white on nose and white bind food. Ofte dark buy, one white hind foot. Suitable reward. Notify post- master, Granum, Alta. 154-0 LOST-On Public Square, lady's lock- et and chain, initialed. L.G. Finder please leave, at Herald office. 157-1 FOUND birth resurrection, he was irifrJy been funned in rliti with admitted to the pulpit by the i t, 4, -New York PresbvU-rian.s after a warm object of securing aoontion 01 the Canadian surtax in return for exten- debatp on heresy. His case was re- cently held up and taken under ad- siou of continental tariff to Canadian vi.seme.nt, products, thus counteracting the dis- j Among the questions fired at tlu Do it Now! Don't put it ofT-ujitil your house is full of flies anil mosquitos, but get a SCREEN DOOR at once. Some peo- ple can't make up their mind until the last minute, to do a thing, effects of preferential treat- young theological student during the Don't be in their class. It shows a merit accorded British goods. The German government Ducasbleau is also considering the best means ol Canadian and Gemun To tins the Canadian government T T T have Constipation aud Headaches for a long time. After trying different doctors to no effect, a friend asked me to jg apparently disposed. The try Burdock Blood Bitters. I find I am association has decided to send completely cured after taking three J.Q Canada a deputation of 1 can iafely recommend it to all." SLAVONIA TOTAL LOSS examinatioi) today were follow- ing Do you believe the of Adam and Eve as related to the Bible Nol in its literal sense. T accept markets more accessible one to it as a figure, he replied. And. do you not believe they fell from eating the apple? No. Do you believe in the Virgin birth of Christ? T believe that Christ is divine, but Dative business nu-n. Meanwhile the association is organizing public Iet> iuivs and publishing pamphlets ex- telling the excellence of Canadian pro- I do not accept the story of the virgin birth. lack of energy. Telephone or call at once and us send you out any door you pick from tlie list. Screen Doors No. 2 Quartered Oak finish, plain No. Quartered Oak finish, brand and fancy 2.00 No. 3i, Quartered Oak finish, -brand 1.80 No. 6, Quartered Oak finish, brand and. very fancy 2.00 Liverpool, June The Captain of ducts ami immense resources of Ga- llic Cunard line steamer Slavonia, nad.i, pointing out the advantage of which was wrecked last week on FInr- the country as a field for German im- es Island in the Abores telegraphs tluit migration. This propoganda is being it is impossible to salve The vessel carried out in the hope that Canada What is your as to the res-hsro. Gi, Quartered Oak finish, surrecuonr i heavy, brand, and very fancy and that she will be a t-tal loss will display gratitude toxvards a na- iretlu-r with all the baggage Oi the lion which shows a preference saloon passengers that was in tlie produce of the Dominion other countries. I do not believe in the fl-rh I blood resurrection of Christ. The Rev. Dr. Wylie of tlie Scotch church, the Rev. Dr. Richards of the Brick church and the Rev. Dr. Duf- t ,0 ij fie.ld of the old Frcot supported Mr. Black's theological position before Presbviory. Short Notice of Auction Sale at 1227, Bouipas Street, on THURSDAY NEXT AT 2.50 PROMPT Frank G. Waddington Instructed by the owner, will sell by Public Auction as above a quantity of useful Household Furniture Including Dressere and Stands, handsome Sideboard solid oak Dining Chairs, eitending Dining Table. M i..earlj new Pianoforte, Parlor Tables, Hall Stand, Kitohen Cupboard. Beds. Springs and Mattresses. Cooking Range, Kitchen Utensils, etc. ___ On View of Sale AUCTION-EEE'S OFFICE, 410 Ronnd Street Telephone 261 AT THE LYCEUM No. Quartered Oak finish, heavy panelled and carved No. 7, Oak finish, heavy, panelled and carved Screen Windows j No. size 32x14 inches j No. 3J, size 32x18 inches JS7o. 4-i, size 40x22 inches 2.50 2.75 3.00 30c COAL LUMP COAL S6.QO a ton 'delivered or a ton at mine STEAM PlouGH COAL Toe a ton at mine All Coal sold C. O.D AcUress postcard to Dupen Co. ROYAL CITY TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD-For j return of light drivers vy Firman'sliv ery born, one bay mare, weight 850, wire scar on breast, branded" 3K on C. W, GRAY Lethbridge, AH a. received TUe feature act at the Lyceum this week is probably the "Buckley Dog Circus." but the -Dale Siste.Ts and the ventriloquist act are not far b-j- ,hind, as they are both coiisi'lc rubly above the average in t.heir respective lines. The Lovellos ventriloquist work with the figures of the old general and the tiny comedian, is full of. fun, displaying well tlie skill of the per- former. The mysterious negress fig-, ure is rather a sensation, in her brief PliOiie 06 portion of the act. Tlie Dale Sisters have exceftdinly ela costumes and their dancing in the swift graceful movements of butterfly, skirt, serpentine, and other j Herd Entrained and forms of this stage art' is decidedly dazzling, the effect brdng heightened by the use of the colored lights. The. "dog circus" is all the expres- sion implies. There are clown dogs, "horse" acrobat dogs, "Merry 35C j thigh. One bay mare, weight 850, j branded U2 on thigh. Dike, Snow and Dike, Box 226, Lethbridge. 157-6 i TENDERS FOR DRIVING ENTRY TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to Monday the 21st. uf June at 8 p.m., for driving 200 ft. more or less of an entry in the coal seam near the Pump House on the river bottom. Tenderers to state price per lineal Ar -i i i i iv oi.rn.vr ijtjcc; ijfl lint: I Mail orders shipped, same day as; for driving seam, city to provid Widow" dogs, bnby .dogs wheeled in carriages by mamma dogs. A number of the trick? are very rare, and never before, seen here. A fea- ture of this act that is deeyledly pleas- ing is the apparent affection of the diJFFALO HANDLED WITHOUT Shipped in Threa Days vfith- out Trouble materials. Specifications can be seen at the Ciiy Office. GEO. W. ROBINSON, 157-3 Sf-crctary-Trea su rer. Lainont, Juno savoy about hou'tlling buflalo and giving tueiu the at ,Uie right time and place, j the gang- 01 local iaea who ha.vo been in moving the buu'alo at have got all the ALoutaaa cents, TENDERS Tender? will bft received by riie un- derriigrirtl ujj to 5 prrn. of the 18th. for ivsidfiici- on Wesnuinster Rd., for Mrs. Kirkham. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. JAS. A. MACDONALD, 15G-3 Arch it e .Lhiiiont halt of which, had been, spent. TENDERS couple of experienced clitch riders, No other? need apply. Apply by letter giving experience to J. M. Evaus. Supt. A. R. i I. Co. breaking outfits to start to work at once. Will pay liberal price Apply to the 0. W. Kerr UO-0 first class waitresses wanted at once, af, the Model Union Restaurant.- 150-0 wanted at Alberta Restaurant. 150-0 photograph- ing. Also developing and for amateurs. Apply Ed. Elsva. 418 "'Bur- den St. 152-G wanted at Alber- ta Restaurant. ]50-0 male stenograph- er wanted at once.. Box 0.. Herald Office. 154.0 energetic canvasser for life and accident insurance. Good pro- position for right party. Apply Room 1. Ott Block, between 9 and "lO a.'m. 153-0 housemaid and a cook. Apply Mrs. F. H. Mewburn. 155-G energetic canvasser'for life and accident insurance. Good proposition for right party. Apply between 9 and 10 a.m. at Room I. Ott Block. 155-0 blacksmith at Can- 'acla West Mine, Tuber. 155-1 tlie day, IJ1.25 :i day, with board and room.' Apply 127G RedpaiiiSt. 155-G servant, city, light hoiisew-'rk. Apply Bex 2, Her- ald office. 155-3 women for upstair work. Also experienced waitress. Ap- ply Mrs. Packard, Arlingt-.n 157-3 the circus, au umbrella, with the initials C.J.'E. on the handle. Owner can have saiiie by calling at Herald Oflice and paying for this ad. 151-0 TAKEN June 1, one bay horse., weighing about Ibs. and branded bar Cl aud one smaller bay mare in bad condition with distem- per, branded bar over U, about five or six years old. Matched size. Will be kept one month and then sold for expenses. Morris Ved- der, Bow Island, Alta. Tp. 9-11, Sec. 152-G- MISCELLANEOUS WANTS FOR rack, settee, bed- room suite, and chairs for sale. Ap- ply Mrs. J. L. Stovall, opposite Chi- nook Club, corner Glyn and Dufferia Sts. 138-0 WHAT IS THE GOOD-of putting awny things that you can't use a such as cast off clothing, etc. I pay cash old clothing, shoes, hats, guns, pistols, all kinds of mus- ical instruments, trunks and satchels. The Alberta Second Hand Store, Red- path St. Box 630. 150-2G or thirty good young hens. G. W. Cecil, Lethbridge, Alta. 152-6- young man, furnished room in private ho-use. Apply Box 99, Herald. 154-0 and board in pri- vate homo by young man. Apply Box 19, Herald. 154-6 as book-kepcr by experienced y.'Uiiir man. Apply Box L., Herald office." 157-G CTRL housework. About sixteen or seventeen. Apply Miss Nicholson, Riverview. 157-3 SITUATIONS WANTED outfit to break a quar- ter section near Eight Mile Lake. Level, free from stone, water on jrround, coal five miles distant. Will pay W. A. Hamilton. 156-2 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Tenders are requested for the erec- tion of a 12 room brick school build- ing at Raymond, Alta., for the Ray- mond School District No. 700. Tenders for plumbing, heating and ventilating not included. All tenders are to be sealed and endorsed and must reach the sec- retary before noon June the 19th, 1909.' The lowest or any tender not neces-' j sarily -accepted. _ i A certified cheque or -a bond of must accompany each tender, which will be returned- to unsuccess- j ful bidder. j Plans and specifications may be, j obtained from F. B. Rolf son, architect, i Lethbridge or the Secretary at Bay-. i mond. Alia. Address GEO. W. GREEN, 143-10 Sec. Raymond, Alta.. as housekeeper, or companion help, can do sewing. Box W., Herald office." 153-G TO RENT. NICE FRONT liable for iwo respectable men. Applv to. Mrs. Robt. Adam. Fisher St. .150-6 TO furnished rooms in modern house. Apply 127G, Red- path St. 152-6 FOR new cottages iu Ward, per month. R. V. Gibbous, Phone 222, Ott Block. 153-0 ROOM AND a modern with all conveniences. Apply -525 Bartlett St. 153-6 Within three duys wel trained their master.. budaio have all been rushed iato who has them under such excellent and liustl.xi wiiiv-nilly from control. layout to Uie park at Wainwright. j 156-3 The pictures, are of a varied char- has betjn nO screedliUr, acter and are very entertaining. (for residenoe on Dnfferin St. and big herd of j Westminster Road for Mr. J. N. Riteh- or any tender neees- JAS. A. MACDONALD, Architect. S -about it; no undue execra- TENDERS FOR SCHOOL BU ILDI NG The tier and poweriui language. ui-n went at the work ia'a business- 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 au income from them? If you do, you surely will buy in the CRE8TON DISTRICT where the train runs every day in the year and door of the market. can pick fruit up till twelve o'clock noon and you hare 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. are invited for the. erec- nn addiiioi! to the C'iaresiuilm like way and performed a feat in School to be sent or before 12 iumcHing- bulialo which made those noon. Saturday the 2Gth inst. who have seen, buffalo handled in (Montana, by the brick-skinned, leath- er-lunged "greasers" look on in won- derment. It is said that it took. 17 days to lead these same buffalo to bring them to the Lament park, Ironi the corrall in Montana, whero they were rounded up. The AlKerta lads began loading on. Wednesday morning and the last car left La- mont this mornings The dangerous work of tying the animals inside the cars was done by .J. C. Bremner, of Clover Bar, and Jas. Saxaner, of Good Hope, under the direction of Superintendent Ellis, of tho Wainwright park. F. A. Walker, M.P.P., came up from Fort Saskatchewan last night and was seen at the Alberta hotel this morning. He says that Ed. Simmons, superintendent of the park at Lament, and his men, -deserve the greatest credit for the manner :n which they handled the buffalo. "J. sa.wU.he men go into the corrall on horseback and ride around the an- rhe lowest or any ttMi-.l.'r n--t 'siirily accepted. A 5 per cent. cheque to be delivered the sen- der. Plans ;md specific-arum.-: may be Seen on application to Mr. G. Simp- sou, postmaster.. Clfiresholm. cr land W. Lines. Architect. Kdmonron. Se.-iled tenders be. sent to H. W. BROWNLKK. 157-3 Olan.-rjliolm. TENDERS by TKXDKRS will be received Celebr.iiion Committee for ment booth privileges on ihe. square on Dominion Day, two booths. Ten- ders must be in by Tune to A. L. JOHNSTON. Sec.. 156-3 320. Cit.v. TENDERS Tenders for 'all works will be re- ceived by the undersigned up to n p.m. of the 18th, for alterations and additions to the premises of the Misses J. McLeay. Rod path St. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. JAS. A. MACDOXALD. 156-3 Architect. Iran I.s as if they were so many j put in bv said Mr. Walker. "Mr. Douglas, who colitract or day; cement walks, Mofl- had stxjn the buflalo loaded in tana wait overtaken with consterna- tion when ho saw how familiar the Lament were with the beasts. TTo thought they would be gored to dfat.h, but they weren't." Mr. Walker ihinks it, will be a month before the shipment of buflalo is ma-ili1 from Montana to the Wain- wright park. "By he says, "the rowi.oys are having a hard time rounding them up. N7egotia- tions tiin.v yet. be entered into with rnent plasterinjr. H. Ramsden. l.r-thbridtre I'. O. I5G-6 TENDERS the Lnmont boys to them to go I bridge, Uomn SF.ALKD TENDERS will bo ed by Win. Kvans, Secretary of the AFapmth School, unfil 12 oclock. June 21. for the erection of nn 8 room school building at Mnjrrath. Alta. Separate tenders for plunibinc: and heating and ventilation. Plans and specifications may b-' b- taini'd frorn the Secretary. Ma-.'raf.d. or from tlit- undersigned FURNISKED modern house, with bath. Apply 1249 Bom- pas St. 155-6 TO rooms. Apply Mrs. L. Philips, S20 Crabb St. 54-6 FOR double stalls 9 x H. Terms, per month. Board by month at lowest rates. Farmer? Feed Yard. G. Wi-rlih-.Ji. 155-6 TO two-roomed shack on Torrance ave... close in. Imme- diate possession. Apply P.. O. Box 1365 1S6-0 TO h-.u.-c partly furnished .or five month? Apply to 122fi Court- land Pt. 156-6 TO room to rent in modern house. Apply 1st. house west of-Ball Kruntnn Si.. River- view. 157-1 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR Oliver typewriter for salr-. altm-st nr-w. A In- quire C. C. Swanson. with Empire Land Co. Oil Rlock. Phone 394. 153-6 FOR team of horses, weight 1...150 or 1.400 Ibs. Well broken: one broken to single harness. four years old. Also and harness. Applv Joe Tarco. St. No. 3. 155-6 NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT On 10th June impounded in City Pound, near Isnlntr-d Hospital, one black filly, 2 years old. branded in- verted V over Y rrionogram on left hip. Josephh Gillespie. Pound Keep- er. 1M-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE SEALED the undersigned and endorsed der for Supplying Coal for the minion Uuiliiings." will be received, at this office until 4.30 P.M. on Thurs- day. July 15, 1909, for the supply ot Coal fur the Public Buildings out the Dominion. Combined specification and form of. tender can be obtained on lit this, office. Persons tendering are notified that tenders will not be considered -unless., made on the printed forms and signed with their actual signa-. tures. -x-: Each tender must be accompanied-; bv an accepted cheque, on a chartered; bank, made payable to the order the Honourable the Minister of Pub- lic Works, equal to tea per cent (10---: pc) of the amount of the which will be forfeited if the .person- tendering decline to enter into a con-> tract when upon to do so, or fail to complete the work for. If the tender be not accepted the.; cheque will be returned. _ The Department does-not bind to accept the lowest or any tender. v By order. NAPOLEON TESSIER, Secretary. Department of'Public Works, Ottawa, June 4. 1903. Newspapers will not be paid for this' if they insert it with-: out authority from the Department. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS FOR new fully modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 121-0 FOR SALE OR roomed house, stable, hay shed. chicken house on river bottom near new bridge, B'-.-l place in city for keeping cows, chickens or pigs. Price ,'Nint per numlh. EHSV terms, Ap- j.i.- H. Proctur. near the A. R. J. 155-6 ass to Montana aiong." in h'irrv work Whit- F. ek. FOR OR TO seven r omed fottasre. Apply West- iem Tinsi-.iUiinsr next Herald of- fiee. 156-6 Any person; wlio is the sole head ot a family, or any male over 18 yean old, may Tiomestead a quarter-aectiop of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Tht applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or 8ub> Agency for "the KnlTT fcf proxy may be made at any agency tar of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in eMb of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of hU hove stead on a farm ol at least 80 solely owned and occupied by him of by his father, mother, son. daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homeateatfci in good standing may quarter-section alongside hit home- stead. Price per acre. Dutta. -Must reside six months in eaeft of six years from date of homeateai entry (including the time required U> earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take chased homestead in certain dUtritU. Price per acre. reside six months in each ol years, cultivate fifty acres and a house worth W.W.COKY, Deputy Minister of Inter r adverti.serr r fcr. ;