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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, I' MOVING [PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1. Richard III 2. Venice 3. Amateur Theatricals S O N O- Wait Till the Rose Leaves Fall Prices I5c and 25c I Forrester and Lloyd Up-to-date exponents of refined comedy Kollins and Klifton Tbe celebrated banjo team in high-class selections and imitations BUTTE FOOL AND A LION Serial Story By C Townsend Edward Peple "My boy! My The Earl of Croylund rolled over on his back and stared at tbe sobbing ap- parition in v.-oudor struck amaze. In dropping into a doze he had.forgotten to remove his monocle, which by years of habit remained tight set in his no- ble eye. "Go he muttered feebly. be a silly Bill Williams still remained upon his-knees, his mouth wide open, into which the two tears aforementioned trickled unheeded. He was too be- wildered fully to realize bis ridiculous position all at once. That he had traveled over weary miles for the dubious pleasure of kneeling by the bedside of this glass eyed lunatic was a thought which at first refused to percolate through his stunned cere- brum. He returned the stare and an- swered, with a series of hoarse, inar- ticulate gasps: My Who the devil are The earl drew the sheet about his neck, closed bis eyes and turned on his pillow languidly. No of the great state Texas, by gad! Mr. Williams." the broke ih excitedly, "please, please be reason- able! Listen. It is some dreadful mis- similarity of oh. can't you see that we are not to blame? Calin yourself, for tbe sake- of the your own my sake! There, uow! LetV -talk it over quietly and see if we cannot straighten out the tangle." She turned to the earl. "This gentleman." she said, indicating the visitor, "has trav- eled all the way from Texas to see his .son. whom' he learored had been hurt and brought "to this hospital. Perhaps there are two Richard Williamses, ana He Twisted the Beast's Tail, and Al- most Started a Panic Among the Crowds i i j Buttc, June was almost started on East Broadway t'J- when tin? cry of "the lion's i loose" sent the assembled crowd j tt-ring in every direction, during a i stop in the circus parade. Trouble when Joe St. Joe, in facetious mood, s-eeing the lion' cagt- standing at the intersection of Broadway and Main St., walked over and "began to i tease Gollmar Brothers' lion. The I li'iu was asleep arid his tail being the bars, Si. O'-e seizin? it and began twisting it. with vigor. The j lion roared xv.ith pain as Joe continu-i ierl to The bellowing of on-j nttrod brute could hr-ard blocks Imediately, wlvn let 'the lion sprain: :it tin'1 who I in the case with him. It required j the man'? nerve and strength to j Ii.-ut tlii' brute buck. t-ne shout i "a, lion's loose.-' i Tin-.' cr'-xvil l.Toke and fled in every j Tlu> irainoT hit the Inn sev j ;eru! timi-'? with ;i piece har! 'and 1i.-ir.lly ooxveJ him." Police officers! St. umler arrest. His bond, was placed at w guaivinu-e of Frank Boucher, the Park j cl'''thiW. he-was released f> j c'.Djiear tomorrow morning on the j c'iiargr- of disturbance. i A BOON TO EVERY HOME Standard Charcoal Stove Sits on ordinary stove, it will boil broil, roust or bake. Two cents' worth of charcoal will retain heat enough to iron one hour HHYR BROS- PHONE :P.O. BOX 27 Daily Herald Market Place you have aaytbinf tci gell or to rent place it tbie column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI LOST dappled grey mare about 8 years old, branded monogram, PL on right of nock, foretop clipped, weight about Ibs. Finder please notify R. B. Lemon, Milk IJiv.er and receive reward. 159-6 SITUATIONS VACANT Granum, Alta., June 3rd. Two bay .geldings each three years old, no brands, weight S about both shod, had halters.. on. One light bay, star in forehead. little white on ncse and white hind Ifoocl. One dark bay, one white hind foo'u. Suitable reward. Notify post- master, Granurn, Alta. 154-0 waitresses Coaldale Restaurant. at the j from my place Sec. 157-6 i 31 Tp. 6, Rge. .milch oows most of them not branded; 1 branded couple o! experienced j H: loft hip; 3 branded wd on ditch riders. No other? need apply, i shoulder. Reward given for inform- Apply by letter giving experience to j ation leading to their recovery. H. 0. T. M. Evans, Supt. A. R. I. Co. i Rollag. Stirling. Alta, 157-6 HORSES LOSTStrayed from Section breaking outfits 27, Township 9, Range 22, West to start to work at once. Will pay j one .sorrel limp- 6 years old; one sor- liberal price per acre. Apply to the i rel 7 year? old, having 0. W. Kerr Co., Leth bridge. UO-0 white stripe -faces; weight team, 31.00 A proper reward will be waid fur the deliverv of them either j first class waitresses t t th'.- drilling outfit said section iie M-jdel Union at Whitney'? Stable. Loth'bridpe. 150-0; Leth bridge Collieri'-s Co.. Ltd., ------------------i Isaac Cockburn, Manager. 153-0 wanted at .Alber- ta 150-0 District News BOWVILLE. Howvilk, June G. Peter- j son'? brother of Bergen, X. D.r is here j on" a visit. Mr. Johnson thinks the TWO NEW GRETNA Weather of Tuesday very wunn, as he GREENS CREATED I had corner of P. Peterson's large Dy-Law Regarding Marriages in j MijfS Helea j. 'to take her Washington State Spokane, Wash., June i scivol for an outing at Wolf s Cou- lee on Saturday., June 19th. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Oliver were at Lucre axe LWU iviiruaiu M ujiaiuaco, cuuii a Jriy natural mistake may have arisen -Plants, for .licenses to wcl to brin said the Earl of Croyland, a light of understanding slowly piercing the fog of his intelligence. "By lore! Are you Dickie's snapped the Texan. "I am. What of The Englishman, lay back oil pil- low and laughed. It "was an American joke, but he saw through it Bravo! "0-h." he sputtered, "really, yon of the new-criminal j the'new town of .Barren's recently, in the State of Washington, ef-: Ole Femstra is" at present on a :e June 11. which requires ap- visit'to his sisters of the Little Bow. eri Sorenson "is hauling coal for with them certificates from physicians I a steam plowing outfit north of TJow- attepting t" their physical and moral! ville. fitness to marry, justices of the peace and ministers of the gospel at Coeur d'Ait-iie, Idaho, 32 miles east of Spo- kane, and Wallace, in the heart- of the lead silver mining belt in the pan- Planie Peterson is doing Crushing business for a naw merchant. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wanwick are now in the employ of our enterpris- ing merchants, Mr. P. Peterson. handle of Idaho, are vying with each j Martha Oliver will celebrate other to make their respective abodes the Gretna Green of modern times! I'm Richard Antawneo j know, 'pon my .word, it's ha Hero is a sample of the attractive mariner in which printer's ink is used in the advertising sections of city Get j by "You're a burst out the old i "Stop commanded Bill man angrily, rising to his feet i sternly and turned to the nurae In The Earl of Croyland pulled the bell i chargt. "Jcft leave us for few above the head of his bed and waited in' unruffled calm till the nurse ap- meats, will you? There; you neednt peand. He opened his eyes and point- be afraid. Nothing is going to happen, ed to his visitor j Tnis gentleman and I will talk "Er-show this odious person out I matter over, between us calmly, and __ loan" i I'll leave in ten minutes. The girl stepped forward, laid a gen- i "It's all right nurse." the earl tie hand upon the Sufferer's'forehead j and whispered soothingly: "There, there. Mr. Williams! Don't j excite yourself. This gentlepcan is Ha. your father. Don't you know him j said the eari. "T haven't a father; been dead for fifteen years or I wouldn't be an dem The nurse looked toward' Bill Wil- Hams appealiDgly. indicating by a can- tioiis gesture that be would better her fourteenth birthday on the seven- teenth inst. at the River, if the pre- sent weather ensues. The construction of the dam at Snake Valley- is now under way. J. newspapers to welcome the prospec- i j. Marshall of the company, was in the situation, but if it isn't rip- ping. All the way from Texas, eu? tive June bride and her lover: "Be married in Wallace, where no penalties, premiums or restrictions confront Cupid. Come to the Sam- uels' hotel, where a bridal apart- 1 ment is maintained. Judge L. L. Leighty.. marrying will. tie your knots with speed and dex- terity." Twelve licenses were issued-in Spo- The pulled-nurse departed, leaving kano the first dayv the code -was in the two incomprehensibles to them- ratioili and. it i5 believed that the selves, and so soon as the door had the mont'h win mabe a Bowville on Tuesday hist. He says they will be there about two months. Miss Wald is in receipt of a letter from her sister stating she is unable to visit her at present as before stated. Mrs. G. Peterson, Carl, and Aunt Nellie are now living in the house of John Johnson, north of the store. P. Bradley has just returned from Claresholm where he has been for oats, wire and posts to put more im- provements on that new fence. closed the elder of tjie lunatics in this country. leave the-patient for the but the visitor was otherwise disposed. His face hud uirnetl :i livid purple, and the flow o4" speech 'which'hud stuck in his throat now burst forthrin a.furious torreiit: "Good he roared. "Do you j think I ever had a thing like that for a son? He's not my boy. 1 tell you. What this double jointed son of a one My Dick! Look here. I'll nut the sheriff on to this asylum of yours! Oh. I know he cried, excitedly pointing a shaking finger at the astonished earl. "You, have swindled roe. It was a trick' to get me away from" Texas while some of your black hearted con- federates went for my deep water har- bor and Jacob that's it! I see it now. but I'll fix you yet V start back for God's country as soon as I find my boy. and we'll see Who's running the freebora The Earl of Croyland gave it to him. __________ wondering the while how this bndge Hotel. _________ June at S p.m., for driving 200 ft. more or less of an entry in the coal SITUATIONS WANTED j seam near the Primp House on the river bottom. Tenderers to state price per'lmeal foot for driving seam, city to provide all materials. Specifications can be seen at the tj GEO. W. 'ROBINSON, 157.3 Secretary-Treasurer. as foreman on a farm by married man, many years ex- perience. Apply Box .McA., Herald office. l 157-3 TO RRNT. FOR new cottages in North Ward, per monxh. R. V. Gibbons, Phone 222, Ott Block. 153-0 159-6 J. T. J. VALLANGE. Sanitary Inspector. FURNISHED NOTICE TENDERS will oe. received by the up to 12 o'clock noon, j undeigned modern house., .with bath. Apply 1249 Bom- pas St. 155-6 double -stalls 9 x 14. June 30th. im iul Terms, per month. Board by.month m- and plum bin- sys- rates. Farmers Feea lard ,i.X; i G. Wighton. lo5-6 stalling heating and plumbing sys- in Mack-od Public School. Plans and can be st.-eP. at th'.- office of C. B. Bowman, LeijibriJge. Lowest or anv ten-der not SEALED to the undersigned and endorsed der for Supplying Coal for the Do- minion will be received at this office P.M.. on, Thurs- day July 15, }900, for the supply of Coal for the Public Buildings thrqngh- of 0. accepted. 159-3 3365 156- E. FORSTER- 1 Secretary-Treaaurer, TQ house partly furnished Macleod. I for five months Apply to 1225 Court- land St. Io6s) ;TENDERS FOR SCHOOL BUILDING I TENDERS are invited for the erec-j of at; addition to the. Claresholm PROPERTY FOR SALE be obtained 02 application office. Persons tenderinc are notified that considered unless 1 forms supplied, eir actual signa- tures. Each be -accompanied by an accepted-cheque on a. chartered _____ bank, made payable to the order .of. FOR new fully modern Honourable the Minister of Pub- house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. lie Works, equal to ten per j South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. the amount 01 the 121-0 Star State in seauine disgust, (To Be Continued.) i Tjoriinir iestirnonr of witnesses in the j i j hearing were stolen. v ILJ j j _ f i and Elizabeth Brown went to j Plans and .specifications mav be FOR SALE 0R roonied emu When You Buy Fruit Lands Do you buy them for a Sumnier or do you buy them to make vou a home 12 months in the year arid Eave an income them? If you do, you surely will buy in the C RESIGN DISTRICT where the, train runs every day in tne year and located at the door of the market. can pick fruit up till twelve o'clock noon and you have this for b.reakfast next to 60 hours nearer, than any other point. NOW is the time to buy for land is going to advance. For Full U> Canyon City Lumber Company, ltd Creston, .seen on application-to Mr. G. Simp- Mountain View to attend the postmaster, Claresholm.. or Ro- inir of the Ladies Relief Society. (land W. Lines. Architect, Edmonton. Sealed tenders to be sent to H. W. BROWNLEE, Sec., A FiEND FOR AUCTION SALES Buying Unclaimed Pack- ages of Goods i Spokane] Wash., June I 0. Farrell, a .hotel keeper in Spokane j will become a rich man-if hi? present streak of luck continues. At an a'uc- i tibn sale a few days ago he bought n i box of clothing and kitchen utensils on a bid of In addition to than S50 worth of ..new wearing np- parel and expensive china he found a bill, neatly tucked away in a vest pocket with several cuttings from New York, Chicago, and. Boston pa- pers. There is no cle.w by which the former owner can be 'identified. Fer- rell calls himself "a regular fiend for auction sales." and clean- ed up several thousand dollars in va- rious parts of the country during the last fifteen years. While in Montreal years bought a small pack- age at an auction sale for 85 cents. contained a gold :watch -and several hundred dollars' worth of jewels. i 157-8 Claresholm. TENDERS Tenders for all works will be re-1 J-QJ? stable hav larce chicken "rfve? bottom' near new Best place in city for keeping cows', ciiickens or pigs. Price Rent per month. Easy terms. Ap- ply fl. Proctor, near the A. R. I. shops. 155-6 QR TO A seven _ ceived by the undersigned up to 5 j Doomed cottage. Apply West- p.m. Of the 18th, for alterations and erti Tinsmithing Co., next Herald of- additions to the premises of the Misses L. J. McLeay, Redpath St. The lowest, or any tender not necessarily accepted. 156-3 JAS. A. MACDONALD. Architect. NOTICE put in by ment plastering. Experienced. H. contract or day; cement walks, ce- Rnmsclen, Lethbridae P. 0. 156-6 TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by Win. Evans, secretary of, the Magfath School, until 12 oclock, .noon June 21, 1909 for the erection of an 8 room school building at Magratn, Alta. Separate tenders for plumbing and heating and ventilation. Plans and specification? may be ob- tained fr.om the Secretary, Mamrath, or from the undersigned _at bridge, Room 9, 153-25 Architect. ESTABLISHED '11854 Merchants Bank of Canada J HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital. j; Reserve and Undivided 'Profits j Acconn of Merchants, Farmers an4 Ranchers Solicited J Drafti Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department I! Branch- CoaHale Block, St. j fice. 156-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR team of horses, weight or Ibs. Well broken; one broken to single harness. Both four years old. Also waggon and harness. Apply Joe Tarco, John St. No._ 3. 155-6 FOR blacksmith business at Warner. No competition. Must, be sold quick. Apply J. A. Jochem, Warner. Alta. 159-6 FOR few hundred bushels of No. 1 Alberta Ked for seed, at "ranarv or delivered at Leth- bridce" A.pply to H. G. Hitchcock. BoWville.. Sec.' 6-13-21. 159-4 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 Duffenn tendering decline to enter into a con- tract when called' upon to do so, or fail to complete the work contracted for. If the tender be not- accepted the cheque will be returned. The Department does not bind .itself to accept the lowest or any-tender.- Bv order, NAPOLEON TESST.ER, Secretary. Department of Public Works, Ottawa, June 4, 1909. Newspapers will not be paid _for this advertisement if they insert it with- out authority from the Department. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any wno la tbe sole head ot a family, or any mala 18 yeaw old, may homestead a o! available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in pcrion at the Dominion Lartda Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. kf proxy may a> any tsr oi intending bomeiteadet. Six months' and cultivation of the land in of three years. A homeateadwr may live within nine of hit hone stead on a farm of at leut 80 solely owned and occupied by him ox Sts. by his father, mother, son. daughter, _ ______ j bother or sister. WHAT IS THE of putting j certain districts a homesteader away things that you can't use or j ia good standing may pre-empt a wear such as cast off clothing, etc. i quarter-section alongside hii I pay cash for old clothing, shoes, ,tead. Price per aew. Dutta. hats, guns, pistols, all kinds of mus- j -Must reside six months in ical instruments, trunks and satchels, i Of gjx years from date o! The Second Hand Store, Ked- j entry (including the time require) to path St. Box 630. earn kamestead patent) and i fifty acres extra. W young man, furnished A homesteader who hat room in house. Box 99.; his homestead right and cannot ot> Herald. j tain a pre-emption may urn- i chased homestead in certain dUtriftr Room and board in pri- i Frice per acre. WA_.. vate home by young man. Box 19, Herald. WANTED TO BUY-Tent or ghaw that could be easily removed. State lowest price to Herald Office. Apply j reside six monthi in 154-O flfty a house worth fSOO.OV. Deputy MiniiUr of paMiMtl Q cl thi- lot. ;