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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1909. MOVING .PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1. Old Sleith 2. Fake Dianad Swindler 3. Venetian Trafedy O "Pal of Mine'" Prices I5c and 25c The Celebrated Gladstone Children Singing and Acrobatic Dancers Nelson The Man with the Bounc- ing Hats. Comedy Novelty Juggler 'LUCIA Dl LAMMERMOOR" Richard the Serial Story By C Townsend Brady and Edward Peple here n moment ago. T will send for him." ''I shall be obliged. I'm sure. I regret to disturb you under the circum- stances, but it's really most Important you know, "Not at all." said Mr. Kenwyck cour- teously. "James." he called to the but- ler, "send some one to Lord Croyland this curd." "Yes. sir." answered James. "I think I see him on the lawn. sir. He's corn- Ins now." Richard, having: spied Miss Sempton coming up the path, Tiad promptly moved out upon the lawn in order to postpone the inevitable discovery as long as possible. ..He saw her Harriet and Imogene up the stairs; then he turned once more toward the house. At the steps he was stopped by a farmer, the hard featured official and the fussy little mechanical indi- vidual who seemed to have joined forces on 1he way. "That's one of 'em loudly de- clared the rustic, pointing a grimy fin- ger at Richard. "I recognize him, offi- cer. He was there all.right" "What's demand- ed Mr. Reawyck. hastening out at the1 sound of the. excited voice: "It's all 'right, lir, said the fussy little man, touching his cap. "I think we caa settle It without any trouble whatever. Is this Lord Croy- "Yes, it answered the puzzled master of Restmore. "Wh'at is all this fuss about? It is very annoyiug to have you people coming here at this time. What do you want? Be brief." "My said the man, "is Par- Parker of the Layton Motor rented; one of oar machines a week ago and never brought'It We learned in- cidentally that he smashed it up and failed to report the accident We in- quired for him at his hotel, but he bad Splendid Performance of Grand Opera at the Lyceum The penoriKunce Donizetti's gruat opera, "Lucia di Luuiinermoor'1 by tho Boston (JruiKi Opera, company in the Lyceum theatre lust' evening, will easily take rank as the unt'st production ever given in Lothbhrhigc. The members of tlu- company aroused their audience to a pitch of enthus- iasm which, at times, be and 'if the production hail consisted 01 nothing, but the beautiful st-xtotte in the thine! uct those who attended would still'have felt simply repaid. The umlienci- last night was not us Uirgf it should have been, hut it is cxpvrle-d that tonight .there will _ be as u house as the excellent j play deserves. Ortamly. the fen- j denny of PonixeLti's musie last even-! iriir more than justified the claims niiide for ii. I 'Miue. I-ViitK'itii, as Lucia, had an j opportunity both for vocal display j un exhibition of her histrioric j an. and she rose to it in a manner j that was eminently satisfying. Her I voice was in perfect condition, and j was heard to the greatest advantage both in her duets with the tenor ami ported promptly by r.bc officer employ- j baritone parts and in her and lengthy solo in the fourth act. She sang with a verve and feeling that were not short of delightful, while her technique showed the re- sults of careful study. Fran- cini has a future. Signer Gherardi won hiun.-ls in the act, which belonged entirely to him, ami in which he sartj; bettor than in the early parts of the even- ing. Signer C'antori's fine voice showed to advantage in the part, of Sir Henry Ashton. Cora H- painstaking artist with a most pleasing tone. The other characters were excellently lilk-d and the chorus work was strong and we.ll balanced. Th Oil Stoves 1 Burner 2 Burners 3 Burners 90c We Have The Stock HHYR PHONE :P.O. BOX 27 ed. J gave ruy address and heard nothing further from the owners of the automobile nor from this worthy farmer whose wagon and dog were both butted into kingdom come." Rich- ard turned to Mr. Parker "At what hotel did you Inquire for "Hotel Astor, sir, the address on our books." smiled the Texan. "That ac- counts for It. I had changed my ad- dress to the St Regis. Meet me ttwre on Monday morning at 11. both of you. The matter will be adjusted to your entire satisfaction." said Mr. Kenwyck Impa- tiently to the farmer and Mr. Parker. "Does that satisfy you.-" "No, it protested the rustic one. "He's a slick one. I kin tell ye. He didn't give no sich name as Croy- lan' w'en he run me down. I disre- member wot it was, but it warn't No, sir; that man's tryin' to squirm It" "Get off my shouted Mr. Ren- wyck furiously, these successive con- tretemps proving too much for his un- stable equilibrium, vis my bouse to be overrun by imbecile ia the state of New Tort? Take him away, "Mr. Parker, before I forget myself and j have him ejected j Mr. Parker looked doubtful, the farm- er was obdurate, the officer handed Richard a paper, while Uncle Michael looked on, rubbing his plump- white bands and chuckline softly. At this 8ir Rodney ffickwlch hap- pened to spy a monocle in the of a g-eDtleman outside. At the same time he caught the name of CroylandV He rose from his seat in the drawing room He had been greatly troubled over the fact that Lord .Cropland's plans .for pur- chasing submarines for Japan had been disclosed to the authorities at MAYOR DEALS WITH FINANCES OF CITY Addresses An Open Letter To Ratepayer Refers To Salary Problem letter u> the ratepayer to the official play marks the opening of the grand opera in Lethbrklge and a crowded house to- night will be the city's best endorse- ment of such high standard operas. The play was an unqualified success which doubtless will lie repeated in Faust this evening. BY MISTAKE Washington, at the Instance of the left without giving an address. We Russian ambassador, and unleis tho bad a great deal of trouble In locating were dropped forthwith the damaged motor, but found'It Vat complications .were certain to follow, last at New Rochelle. And .we have had more trouble in iocatiag him'here too. I have a heavy bill against his lordship." But here the farmer broke In angrily: "Yes, an'-he broke up my waggtn an' kilt my dawg. I'll have the law on him. Here, be cried, turning to got to come, along with as back to New York! 'My lawyer says you've got to pay damages. This man has a summons fer you. That's him, constable. Take him lb." Mr. Renwyck turned to the Texan with a look of refined astonishment he began, bat Richard smiled brazenly and checked farther speech. he said, must to you for; this unfortunate I did have an automo- bile accident, It true, bat I paid to haVe tibe daaaffed machine towed to the ocareat carafe and thought, of Oat would Fpr this very reason he had made a flying trip to New York In an endeavor to save his friend from serious blun- ders. He had not been able, as he said, to get a reply to three telegrams and five letters and was the more anx- ious to learn the reason of this inex- plicable silence. He was a little near- sighted, but he was sure he recognized his friend among the group upon the a thousand dollars i Porch. "Why, be exclaimed, "how are "How d'ye returned Richard audaciously, taking the outstretched hand and shaking It cordially: "By Jove, old chap, I'm glad to see Sir Rodney stared at this strange young man before him. gasped and lock oacxwtrd then he jerked his hand from the other's, graap and turned to Mrv Renwyck. soul." he splattered. this C'arberry. ilan., June H Stewart. wife of a fanner living -about two miles 'West of town, took a' dose of gopher poison by mistake ami- died. Auction Sale On WEDNESDAY Next, JUNE 23rd, at the Residence of the late B. Morton Jones, Dufferm Street, at 2.30 (To Be Continued.) Frank G. Waddingion Instructed by C. F. P. Conybeare, will sell by Public Auction as Reo Light Touring Automobile May be viewed on application to the -.Auctioneer. 410 ROUND STREET 281 When You Buy Fruit lands Why not buy them where there is the most money to be' made off them If you do, Crestoa District is the place. Our land is just as not need irrigation, climate can't be beat, and we are from 24 to 60 hours nearer the market. Isn't that evidence enough that Creston District is the place to buy fruit lauds We have acres in one tract and we are sub-dividing it into ten-acre blocks, and our price is per acre, one- fifth down, one, two, three and four years for the balance, with interest at The runs through this land. Canyon City Lumber Company, ltd. Creston, B.C. Mayur Henderson has addressed the followin c-i the City of through the Herald: "Having noticed a list of salaries supposed to be paid' more money for the purpose" of laying sewers thVwaS mams this year, I do wam the ratepayers "to be misled by the state meat winch appeared in your columns, and wish to explain as concisely a possible how sewers and water are laid and who pays for same." The money i.s by debenture on the credit of. the city at larse payable in 30 years at 6 per cent, per annum and- the whole cost is borne bx the property abutting such sewer. The money is raised by debenture on the credit at large, payable in 30 0" 40 -the whole cost w borne by the city, and the property abutting p-ys an annual charge of 5' cents per foot frontage. Iu this connection both the .above improvements will have to be submitted to the ratepayers for their approval. position to supply years. Eeferring back to the tabl The Works and Property c.-ipital from funds which struction of "cement walks, plank When the iiexv power plant is installed we will be in a water, light and power for a considerable number of oi Committee has expended in wages raised for the purpose, and street "radii walks, boulevardiu Fire and Light Committee The Fire and Light Committe is maintained by direct taxation, the benefit arising to the people is better security for property, and indirect sav- ing to more than the amount of the cost to the Department in reduced h> surance rates. A reduction of 10 cents per has already been made and with the installation of the new equipment ordered another reduction from 10 i? 15 cents per hundred dollars will follow.' Approximately today there is between 2 1-2 to 3 millions oi Fire In- surance. Electric Light, Water Works- Public utilities are not a direct tax the users paying the cost of run- ning same and interest on investment. Health and Sanitary The Health and Sanitary Inspection Department is borne by the rate payers by direct taxation. License and Police The License and Police Dept. is also borne by direct taxation but self sustaining from the credit this Department-receives from Licenses, fines and other sources. Markets and It has been arranged to conduct the market on a different basis com- mencing 1st July making it self sustaining by using part the building as a warehouse for material and also a. portion of same as a workshop for use of the Electric Light Dept. This will not interfere with its use as a market place. The Central School accommodation will also be closed. All of the above arrangements were decided upon at a meeting held 7th" June 1909. The increased growth of the city has made necessary the creation of new departments and added clerical force to the existing departments in the Daily Herald Market have to sell or to reit place it it this column. If you want anythiif me this column. 25 c ooe insertion 4 ittertioM for SI SITUATIONS VACANT waitresses Coaldale Restaurant. at the 157-6 breaking outfits to start, to work at Will vpay liberal price per acre. Apply to the j 0. Kerr Co., Lethhridge. 110-0 first class waitresses I wanted at once, at the Model Union j Restaurant. male stenograph-! er wanted at once. Box 0., Herald] Office. '154.0 j COAL LUMP COAL a ton delivered or a ton at mine STEAM COAL Toe a ton at mine All Coal sold C. 0. D Address postcard to Dupen Co. ROYAL CITY LOST as book-keper by I------------- experienced younjr man. Apply Box! L., Herald office." 157-6 j____________________________ once, a first class bar- i STRAYED-From Granum, Alta., her. No other need'apply y geldings each a week, 60 over 36 old, no brands, weight all communications M 'iM Stee'fe j both shod, had halters Pincher Creek, Alta ieo-6 I 3sht bay' 3tar in forehead. white on nose and white hind T? v ui i food. One dark bay, one white hind light house-1 foot. Suitable Apply 3d Smith St. T J. P. TT Hall, 109 160-6 reward. I master, Granum, Alta. Notify post- 154-0 A few more sheep shearers Siding. Will com- M. Simpsen, Coal- wanted at Chin mence June 25. dale.. Aha. 161-4 TO RENT FOE new cottages in North Ward, per month. K. V. Gibbons, Phone 222, Ott Block.. 153-0 from my place Sec. 31 Tp. 6, Rge. milch cows most of them not branded; 1 branded H; on left hip; 3 branded wd on shoulder. Reward given for inform- ation leading to their recovery. H. 0. Rollag, Stirling, Alta. '157-6' TO two-roomed shack on Torrance ave... close in. Imme- diate 1365 possession.- Apply -P. O. Box 156-0 FURNISHED OFFICE-FOR In Shepard per month. Unfurnished Apply J. B. Kelsey Shepard Block, opposite Lyceum. 60-6 TO race new unfurnish- ed front rooms. Apply to H. R. Bry- ant, corner Cutbill and London Rd. 159-6 minute from Smith St. -One Apply- -109 160-6 TO and room in a strictly modern house; bath, etc.. at 425 Bartlett St. 161-G FOR Bartlett Street, Detween Dufferin and Bompas, ?er month, immediate occupancy, roomed alL modern house, readV August 1st, per month. 10 roomed house, all modern, seven Bedrooms, Coutts St., per month. Apply Skeith Tilley, Odd- TWENTY DOLLARS return of light drivers to Furrnan's liv ery barn, one bay mare, weight 850, wire scar on breast, branded 3K on thigh. One bay mare, weight 850, branded U2 on thigh. Dike, Snow and Dike, Box 226. Lethbndge. 157-6 NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT On 10th June impounded in City Pound, near Isolated Hospital, -tone black filly, 2 years old, in- verted V over Y monogram on Jleft hip. er. Josephh Gillespie, .Pound Keep- 154-0 TENDERS FOR SCHOOL BUILDING .an addition to 'the Ciareshqlm School to be sent in on or before 12 o'clock, noon, Saturday "the 26th inst. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. A" 5 per cent, marked cheque to be delivered with .'ten- der. Plans and specifications m'a'V be fellows Block. Phone 197. 161-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR new fully modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 "OR building 25 x 60 with cellar) in progressive Alberta own where general store is badly needed. Price cash, bal- ance to suit customer, at 8 per cent, Address B. A. R. Miller, P.O. Box 91, city. 160-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WHAT IS THE GOOD-HDf putting away things that you can't use cr wear such as cast off clothing, etc. pay cash for old clothing, ehoes, tats, .guns, pistols, all kinds of mus- oal instruments., trunks and satchels, he Alberta, Second Hand Store, Scd- wth St. Box 630. t 150-26 seen on .application to. Mr. ,G. Simp- son, postmaster, Claresholm, or Ro- land W. Lines, Architect, Edmonton. Sealed tenders to be sent to H. W. BROWNLEE, 'Sec., 157-8 Claresholm, TENDERS TENDERS will be received by the Celebration Committee for refresh- ment booth privileges on the square on. Dominion Day, two "booths. Ten- ders must be in by June tJ6th to A. L. JOHNSTON, 162-1 Box 320, City. TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by Wm. Evans, secretary of the Magrath School, until 12 noon June 21, 1909 for the erection 8 room school building at Magrath, Alta. Separate tenders for plumbing and heating and ventilation. Plans and specifications may :be ob- tained from the Secretary, Magrath. or from the undersigned at Lethr bridge. Room 9, Whitney Block. F. B. BOLFSON, 153-25 .ATchitect. Notice young man, furnished oom in private house. Apply Box 99, Herald- 154-O and board in pri- vate home by young man. Apply Box 19, Herald. 154-O WANTED TO Tent or that could be easily removed. management, of the city's affairs to' an increase oi the city pay roll of per month made up per list. lowest price Itt is the spirit of the age for cities to own their public utilities; tojjOffice. create these it is necessary for the cities to borrow money; the mayor and city council acting the agents of the people in creating and managing these utilities. 'Direct Tax. YVaterw'ks Light Capital shack State Herald 158-6 Waterworks......... Fire and Light Works and Property- Electric Health L'. and Police....... Marked and Finance.......'.. Store? 2637.44 1234.60 61S.02 3370.93 335.75 3015.93 193.00 11960.72 4747.32 3780.94 6740.95 9369.20 7242.15 1241.52 "19.60 434.30 396.25 150.00 4215.74 7633.40 17521.27 1695.83 2423.43 5940.15 1909 1908 7213.40 2519.56 5214.92 11581.12 Recapitulation Direct Taxation 7213.40 Watenvork 2519.36 5214.92 Capital 11531.12 ?26.525.3u iricroascu expeiiuilurv. List of New Appointments and Increases New Appointments: Kire Chief Storekeeper Sanitary Inspector 4 at- S720 Per Annum 2000.00 1500.00 1020.00 720.00 1320.00 900.00 600.00 2330.00 The. average increase in payroll on direct taxation after deducting- from licenses, etc. per month receipts is 10940.00 rooms for light house- keeping. Write to P. 0. Box 1292. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR A few hundred bushels of No. 1 Alberta Red for seed, at cranary or delivered at Leth- bridge. Apply to H. G. Hitchcock, Bowville, Sec. 6-13-21. 159-4 FOR Livery, feed and sale stable. Mr. Erail Wattum is offering his fine barn and livery stock in the thriving town of Grassy Lake for sale. Good reasons for selling. IF YOU WANT A LAWN See A. Rochon.. Crabb street, the Page lawn wire fence man. 160-26 FOR eight year old horse, broken to harness and saddle.- Also a buggy almost new and a set of single harness. Also one team work horses, weight about Ibs. Apply W A. Moore, cor. Westminster Road and Ford St. 159-6 CITY OF LETHBRIDGE HEALTH DEPARTMENT Persons .depositing ashes, tin cans or refuse of any description in any :placc Bother than, the City Nuisance :Ground will be prosecuted. No carcases of descriptioni. shall be hauled away without first notify- ing the undersigned, when full in- structions will be given as to the manner of disposing of same.- Persons having privies requiring to' to be cleansed are also requested to notify the undersigned who will ar- range for the work to be done with dispatch. DATED this 18th day of June 1909. J. T. J. VALLANC5E, 159-6 Sanitary Inspector. Sooy.-Treas Solicitor Accountant 700.00 700.00 200.00 320.00 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno la tbe ot a family, or any male orer 18 old, may homestead a quarter-iecttop of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or applicant must appear in the Dominion Lands ot Sub- Agency for the district. kf proxy may be made at anf afeaty ter of intending homesteader. months' residcnM upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of home stead on n farm of at leaat 80 solely owned and occupied by him or FOR hen and goblpr, I by father, mother, son, dawghlet. and three chicks, also a few good lay-, Bother or sister. r- ing hons for sale. Apply J. Simm. i certajn districts a homeateadeT North Ward, after 6 p.m. 161-2 -a 8tanding may pre.empt a i quarter-section alongside his homo- FOR QUICK SALE-One "Kootenay j Price per acre. Duties. kitchen range. Apply Mrs. Hewitt, j _jjust reside six months in eaefi Dufferin St. Brick cottage near gix years {rom Oj minstor Road. .162-1 jentry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and eultiTaW fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhaueied his homestead right and cannot oK tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain disineta. FOR Hart Parr Encinf, with nagncfo run three weeks, COCK! res- sons f'H- S2.5W.OO. Also a plow. Address A. B.C.. c-o Herald. 162'6 rV .salary is ?d direct to capital acct. 1720.00 NOTICE Price per acre. reside six months in Must each ot DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP iiiil- -Notice i.< hereby givt-n that the bouse worth 162-1 for. ;