Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, UAMH i, im. To Suffer From Headaches Makes Life Miserable. It Ukw PMVOD tfet had or tulv to hauUchw to the which atUodi thm, majority of cwet by con- and dyipepcit. dull tluob- bingi, UM intflDM (win, loinetiiiutli in cue in and. then 'the whole head, varying in iti severity by the OAOM which it on, purely indi- that there the matter "with the or bowels. To the fact thai Burdock Blood .Bitters roaches every part of the system is due its success in re- permanently curing headache. It haa proven a" specific for the malady in all forms. V COlflTXFATION AJfD HEADACHES 4- Allison E. Brown, Sum- morfleld, N.B., writes: "I h v been troubled with Constipation and for long time. After trying different doctors to DO effect, a friend asked me to try Burdock Blood Bitters. I find I am completely cured after taking three bottlM. I cufl wfely recommend it to day uitfhL to ujjpoiut wuue, Tins con- volition will probably hold about Uie Oth of March. Siaus arc wanting that the present cumpuiuti will bo carried out by the Liberal party with a precise and careful or- Kunixution in ui'tJcr the Liberal caiulklutc will be returned with u good majority. There will bu np slackness at all and the fact that the majority of the electors come from across the line will be carefully kept in view m placing: the issues before them. The town council meeting last nijrht was very interesting on account of 'the fact that the new water -scheme came up. The proposed springs across Willow Creek have been exam- ined .during the week by the water committee and thivhich.tne commit- tee of the hall should :u'.o'.v to be charged. On the r.nd some who pay several dollars a week for etitertainnient kick when asked to pay 50c. admis- sion .to an agricultural or day of sports. Anyway thect? are far too many shows on the-road and if they continue to increase as they have been "oine on 'there will two shows running in our tr-wn each nignt. The water waggon provided a diver- sion this morning- by the horses which pulled it bolting and- running, a mile south and west of the town before they could be stopped. Much relief was :caused to the spectators when thei- viewed the waggon silhouetted on the sky line slow down. L. H. Ugland. bailiff, bought a mo- tor ;car yesterday, probably with a view "of pursuine. Parties bent oa for the local House. The names of.'-.H: L. Laundiy, W. A. Griesbach and Ewipg are men- tioned. first class lob cleaning., repairing or "dyeing Ladies' or Gents' clothes, go Dye Works, Hound Street. Herald Office. Tel. 353. 67-0 Coutts, M. P. also supported The. ap-1 Leihbridtre Camp 'No. .13589. Meets in the Oddfellows Hall -every second and -fourth'1 -Wednesday of. the peal. JOB FOR LAWYER March- T.. Smith, city solicitor, has been appointed Tegislrar of Land Titles for the" IHs- trict' of" Saskatoon. TO CREDITORS jS7otice :is hereby given that I have been made Assignee and Trustee of certain assets and funds to- be paid eauably; and pro rata to the credit- ors of :Fred Kooney. of the -city of Leth- "bridge 'for debts contracted' in con- nection with 'the Dowsett. AT THE EDREKA Commencing tonight at another excellent program will -be presented. lipman and ing and talking Southerners, two of the best comedians ever in Leth- bridgej will be .one of-the strong fea- tures. Miss Adah Heyman, southern contralto, late with the National Opera Company, will be another, And; any one who enjoys1" good singing j should naot miss this rare treat. The pictures are all colored' film and are a credit to any program, j Don't forget the name "Eureka." Aj dandy new program and all new peo-j pie. i'c month. Visitingx-neighbora will al- carried on by him in Lethbridge ways receive a heartv welcome. that all' personaMiaving; accounts cillor, G. W. W: A. against the said Pred Eooney in con- nection ;-with the .said business are required to send me before the 15th day of March, 1909, a statement of their account with, particulars of the security, if any, held by them veri- fied by statutory declaration: Dated at "Lethoridge this 20th-day j p j[ Everything in season served tastily H.of. February, 1909, at J! The Coaldale Restaurant ii Coaldale Block M. BARFORD. MiSS A. class dress maker. Dress making done at home or by the day. Apply Wallworfc St., North Ward. 64-6 UMTONIGHT The Count de Monte Crislo Dramatization of Alexander Dumas' Wdrld Renowned Story LADIES, ATTENTIOM Mrs, S. Jones, Ivy Cottage, North Ward, is now ready to take Borders for children's clothes and ladies' blouses and underwear, on-the short- est notice. Boa City.- 46-24 first class, electrical chanic. Apply at once to W. L'. .Mc- 67-6 TO RENT. TO -Restaurant; .fully equipped. Apply Wm. Porterv -Ar- lington HoteL 57.0 TO roomed house just north of track. "Apply between 4 and m. at 53 Argyle Ave. 61-0 store ot building suit- able for ,a. jestaiirant ia' business parr of town.'" Enquire P. 0. Box 143. Letixbridge. 65-0 ROOM xoom by youngTgentleman. Her aid. 65-0 LOST AND FOUND. bay pony, marked with 'white star' on; forehead; :braiided 7h on left shoulder; of for information leading to recovery. Write Jos. Pflsburv, Coaldale, Altp.. 59-12 j RACE MEETING AT CRANffROOK The directors of the Cra'nbrook Park, Limited, held a large meeting this week and decided upon a race i meeting this spring, to be held May 24-25. The officials have o_pened cor- respondence with the leading 'Tiorse- men of Western.' Canada "and the Tvorthwestern States and anticipate one of the most successful meetings -ever helcb-in this section of the coun- tiy. Attractive purses will be put -up and the horsemen of this vicinity feel confident that there will be a large attendance. February 24th a certified, ch eque: on the Bank of: .Montreal for of ?20.00 for ery. Doyle, Taber, Alta. 64-6 strayed pig. Owner can have same by P. x 435. 66-3 -ooal mining rights of Ihe Dominion Saskatchewan, Alberta, the." Yukon tiie North-West Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental '.of an acre. Not; more. than acres leased to one. applicant. Appli cation for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent' -of the district in which -the rights ap-> plied for are situated. In surveying territory the" -land must be described "by sections, or le- gal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveysd territ9ry the tract appli- ed for shall: be staked .put. Each application must be accom- panied by a tee of which be. refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. 7 royalty shall he paid on the mer- chantable output of the mine rate of five cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining1 rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent' of JJominr ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in, each year. The lease will the coal' mining righfs but lessee may be permitted rto purchase whatever available "surrice rights ntay-be con-x sidered necessary for the workjtog of the mine at the rate of an. acre. For full information, application, should be made to the Secretary the Department _o? "the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent "bl" Dominion ..Lands; W.W.CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication. ol this advertisement will not be paid for; 3 OF-CANAD4AN WEST LAND REGULATIONS iny person who 12 the sole head of a family, or any -male over 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-section STOLEN" OR tiff dnjf, white and tan. Owner's name on cjllar. Parties detaining him at- prosecuted. 67-2 of available Dominion land jn. Mam- mas- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta'. The ier.-' this notice .'will Citv'.Dve Works. All Special Scenery and Electrical Effects TICKETS ON SALE At the Box Office PRICES 75c, 50c and 25c Western Canada Stock Co. ltd. Dealers in Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages ROBOTS' FOR' J11SO- lidated Mining Co., Austin, Nev.: Capital Shares advance from 60c to 65cc- Ldttridie Ajeacy'- J. ACTON P.O. Box 294 Office in- Chinese' Store, Iford Street, beside Palace Livery Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BBOS.Proprietore Office opposite Balmoral PHOtsic ARTICLES WAITED WAITED TO ED T- Second-hand applicant must_ appear ia persoa at the Dominion Agency for Ihe' district. Entry-fay" proxy may be made at any -agency on certain conditions, by father, mother son, daughter, brother or ter of intending months' residence upon and ...cultivation. of in' ea'ch to-'.6-'ft.-'plate glass cigar case; also of three yearsl A, homesteader may in" :Uve within "nine miles of his good condition. M., P.O. Box 495. 36.0 LAND FOR SALE stead on a farm of at least acres _ solely owned and occupied by hun or by Jus father, mother, scox, daughter, brother or -sister, In certain districts a homesteader >n good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his home- on Ashmead, near Lon. stead. Price per acre. Duties. 1-3 cash, balance 3 and 6 months. Alberta Realty Co. -Must-reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required ta FOR "foil lots -on west earn hoTiestead patent) and cultivate side of Ashmead, about half way be- .acres extra. twe'en. Courtland St. and London .Kd.; no better lying residence' site intciwni price each, on terms. Box "B, Herald Office. Apply 60-0 A FEW LOTS on Cut-bill St., close .to and facing east, at each, on. easy terms. The H. Mac- beth Agency, P.O. Block. 6-0 SOEP FOR will .sell South African-Scrip for -Might consider offer. Box K. Herald. 66-6 A homesteader has exhausted his homestead right and carmot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pux- chaseef homestead in certain districts. .Price per acre. !reside six, months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a -house worth W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interior. ,pt this advertisemeut will not be paid for. ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paict-np Capital......................-.... Reserve and Undivided Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit 'Savings Bank Department Lethhhige Brtnch- Coaldale Block, Redpath St.