Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LITHiWIDOi, ALtlRTA, THURSDAY, MAHOH 4, ftM. 1. Blind. 2.'All For a Bird 3. FRANESCA A beautiful'colored film ''The Man in the Overalls" Prices I5c and 25ei 1. Liptnan ing and talking comedians 2. Miss Adah southern contralto; Late with the Notional Opera Co. CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE "Its Only a Cold, A Trifling Cough." Thousands have Mid this when they caught cold. Thousands have neglected to cure vhe cold. -Thousands have filled Consumptive grave through neglect. Never neglect a ccugh or It can have but one result. It the throat or lungs, or both, affected. Dr. Norway Pine Syrnp ii medicine yon peed. It strikes at the very foundation of all throat or lung complaints, relieviug or .curing Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asth- ma, .Sore preventing Pneumonia and Consumption.. If has stood the test for many yearn, and is now more generally used than It contains all the lung healing of tho. pine tree combined with Wild Cherry Bark and other pectoral remedies. Itstimulates the weakened broucliial organs, allays irri- tation and subdues inflammation, and heals the irritated" loosens the phlegm and mucous, and aids nature to MR. MAG PATH'S IDEA (Toronto Saturday .Night.) Canadian resources for Canadian development was the key-note of a speech recently made in the House of Commons by Mr. C. A. Magrath, of Medicine Hat, during the debate on the Ontario' and Michigan Power Company Bill. Without all going." merits- of the pro- posed been sent to a standing cominittee for -inyesti- -gation, it is w'drthr while; calling at- tention to the principle, enunciated by Mr. not; -ori. account of -its novelty but its' im- portance. People forget the needs of the future, they are invited _ to, give of -their present superabundance for the 'a neighboring" country.., "'This of "course, a -wise business move, so long as -the interests .of the Domin- ion which is to be are-not imperilled. But as; Mr. Magrath out, it is unwise; to send power abroad to develop another country .before we imitation of Dr. Norway Pine. Syrup. It is put up iii three., the trade marie, and pries 25 cents..'' :for our own purposes for alT times} 'jAnd it is 'not selfishness but prudence which sees to that vested interests i will to when Canadians Canadian Canadian .purposes of1 de- I5c AND Entire Change Program In their nonsensical German skit "The German Humorist" v- PON AT BADIMI With his original comedy acrcn batic dogs Jim Jam a ..Tiery oad cold and asthma. I was M bad I could not get niy breath, and' very often .thought I would choke. My husband became very much frightened, and got a bottle of Dr. Wood's Pine Syrup and it gave me almost instatit relief. 1 can recommend it to.' anyone having least kind of a cold." THE LETHBRIDGE CANDIDATES (Calvary Aibertan.) W. A. Buchanan, editor of the Letb- Herald, has been selected as Liberal candidate for the city of Lett bridge. The nomination .was a very fortunate one. Mr. Buchanan is a very popular man made good in" the south country. _He is active in cvery_ that makes for the advancement of a. city or country. Though Lethbridffe gave a in. the recent-election for Mr, Magrath, it is pretty certain STANDING ROOM AT THEJEU- '.REKA Standing room, at the Eureka is sufficient proof of the quality of the program that "is always presented at that popular theatre. When Lipman and Lewis the comedians, who" are playing at.the Eureka this week, fail to make them laugh, it is useless for anyone .else to ever try. Every patron this "has cer- tainly enjoyed a hearty laugh and many the second time. Miss Adah Heyman's sweet singing is'-alone.'worth: the. price "of admis- sion. In .connection withv this the pictures are of such excellent quality that they are a great credit to any program. Next week Manager -Mbrris prbmises to have one of the swellest programs ever offered to a theatre going public in any city for the small wv.ur LIAObLtV iiCUJl. F 1 v that it will turn the tables and of admossion. Mr. Buchanan in the legislature. .The. candidate Elected by the ilber- i f X als of Lethbridjre district was Dr. Hi- vers. Ho is mayor RaymondFand man in public affairs in tnat part of the country. HmlM a speaker ;and at very' poptilar man. Abundance Oats can be seen at the. Customs office, Early maturity and heavy- yields are obtained with this New Pictures New Songs 1st Pcpforsaiw I o'clock Scctwl ftrforfflaaw 8.30 GOOD CO.'S NEW STORE Considerable comment has been passed on the new store that the Good Co. are about to occupy .on Round St. known as-the Shepai-d Block. The entire store will be fitted up with Walker Bin Fixtures which are undoubtedly the finest grocery fixtures made in Canada., They are all finished in a light golden oak, which gives them a special: attractive appearance for an up: to date grocery store. The bins which .are used. for bulk teas, coffees spices, sugar, etc., are all strictly sanitary. They are made in such a way so as tc allow no dust or_anything undesirable to get o: Tihs firm is also putting in a re- frigerator silent salesman which the newest thing, in the refrigerator line. This will alsc be placed in the front part of the store and will be used for keeping butter, eggs, ham, bacon; lard and green vegetables nice and fresh. This firm have been do- ing business' in Lethbridge in what is known as. the Kean-Block for "a have gradually increased their busi- ness by always giving everybody fair treatment and handling only first- class goods. Such an enterprising firm as this deserves" credit and. are the class of of .business men .that we welcome to our thriving" eity. The Good -Go. have been m'ovirig into their new quarters this week and opened for business today. One Day Only our special window on Saturday HayrBros. General Hardware P.O. Herald Mirket Place to It tt to tfcil CthMC. If yM wait tor SI SITUATIONS VACANT good general servant Apply to Mrs. W. H. Robinson, 028 Bartlett St. general ser- vant, at once. Apply to Mis. Bar- ford, 419 Biirdett St; G2-0 good general servant. Apply to Mrs. Frank Colpinan, cor- ner of Dufferin and Burdett Sta. general ier- Apply Mrs. J. H! Anderson, Union Bank. 69-0 pay eagh for South African Scrip. No delay. Box 101 Herald general servant who can do plain cooking. Good wages Apply Mrs. Wm. Ott, 320 Glyn 8t. 67.6 TEAMS WANTED. John Gunn and Sons, office River Bottom. 67-6 man (baker) wish- es situation in city or district town, will work at trade or in. anv capacity Apply Box 2, Herald Office. 69-6 Servant for general house work; must be competent and steady; wages. per month to start with. Call: Mrs. C. ..R. Carlson; 1204 Court- land. 68-O SITUATION WANTED. variety. Orders sent on clubs in fettle over a year and while here two-bushel sealed'bags received from the raisers, Garten f Eureka, Atlantis Pedigree Seed Co. Orders left comedy "globe ,m ,_ 1-1 I rt -H.B T KIWIifC or the eiffht candidates now in the the Secretary the Agricultural So-'iAUo Jmck, the champion punch- in I At _ ._ _ r 1, or field is the thujd doctor. ciety will secure the club Coffer price, ier of canine world. Saturday DRESSERS Dretser, Koyal Oak Finish; top 40 int wide, bevel plate mirror 32 iD. 26 in., serpentine front, two drawers, neat brass Heyolar 00 OA- r, Royal Oak Finish, carred pediment, finest bevel plate mirror 20 m. by 24 serpentine front; three drawers, extra special. Regular 00 SIDEBOARDS One only Surface Oak-Sideboard, quarter cut grain, golden finish, heaviljr turned standards, wtil carved, .neat bevel plate mirror, ierpentme front, three drawers, spacious cnpboard neat brass Regular THE CARPET CALL If yon require Carpet for one room or for your whole house visit this store and make your selection Sttwrday evening A fitll line bought under the jnoit favorable cir- cumstahcei from Old Country awaits your inspection New Sprias Carpets. Squares, Rngs ami Hall in all colors, arid A large stock in varied floral detign or inlaid Oil splendid assortment in Turpin Furniture Ca THB HOME MAKERS WHEN You CANT SLEEP. ii a and woman toiaipg night after night sleepiest bed. Their eytifUc'iiot close in the iweet repose that comes to those whose heart and. are-right Some consti- tutional disturbance, worry or Lia debilitated and Jrritated the nerroui that it cannot be Or again, you have, a sinking aensation, you are going to die; or perhaps, you sleep feeling M though yon were about to choke or and rest leaves you for the night. If you allow these conditions to continue for a short period even, you to feel-your health declining. It is the nerves- and heart Dot acting-rightly, and they can only be set right by the tue of Milbnrn's Heart and Nerre Fills. They soon health- ful, refreshing sleep, not by deadening the nerves, but by restoring them to healthy action. Mrs. E. Hurt, St. Mary's, Out, "I can gladly recommend your Milbnru's Heart and Herve Pills as I was greatly troubled with my nerves, I was so bad I could not sleep at night without the lamp ourning, but after taking four bows of "the pills I became again." 60 cents per box; 3 boxes" for at all or The T. Milborn Ca, Limited, Toronto, Ont. HUB CAFE ROUND ST. as foreman and cook on a farm or ranch by experi- enced man and wife. Apply T. H. Dixon, JLethbridge, Alta. 67.6 LAND FOR SALE 8CEP FOR will South Scrip in contider offer. Box K. A 40 ft. loU on Id- dingtou Ave. at f 130 etch. oMh the bunch. Balance eair Alberta Kealty Co. TO LEAIE On royalty a ooa' mine in good inland location; equipped. Ap- ply W. J. Bell, Bowville. 68-6 MlftCELUMEOUS FOR WANTED TO piano; state price, terms OMh, and c.w. Herald Offloe. 5W> ?OR fine team of matched geldings, also team of small mares. Inquire Alberta Realty (Jo., City. feO B SALE singer aew- ng machine, almost new; one Bem- ngton typewriter in good order; ft arge phonograph, with about Butty records; a roll top office desk; writer tiesk, and other articles, ap for cash. Apply Gus. Neidig. Phone 292. 68-0 team ponies, brok. n. single, double and saddle. Weight (too Its. cash. Also one orse, single, double and sad- weight Ibs. cash. Apply P. 0. Box 1387, Lethbridge, or o S. W. 1-4 83-11-22. 66-fl HIGH CLASS FURNITUBE-prec- ically hew, for 6 roomed house, will e sold .cheap for cash. Box No...W. Herald Office. 'OR young Clydesdale iallioris and. Call or address f. H. Harvie, Sunny Side Stock arm, Lethbridge. 68-12 OR Orpington Cock- rels. P. H. Ashcroft, 506 Bompas general servant. by the 22nd of March, Wages Apply Mrs. O. L. Vrooman, Bompas St. 67-6 ON FRIDAYNEXT MARCH 5 at 2 P.M. SHARP Frank B, laddington first class electrical chanic. Apply at once to W. L. Mc- Kenzie Co. 67-6 once, dressmaking by the day. Experienced in all lines of ladies' clothes. Apphrto Miss J. Schmitz, City. TO RENT- TO to rent in- North Ward. St. Close in. Apply 74 Dufferin 70-6 room at" once, suitable for two young men. Le'ihbridge. Hotel. Apply 68-3 TO roomed- house just-.north of track. Apply between 4 and p. m. at 53 Argyle Ave. 61-0 DYE class job cleaning, repairing or dyeing Ladies' clothes, go to the City -Dye Works, Round Street. Opp. Herald Office "Tel. 353. H, Morris, con- "'tractor for the buildings. Will work under contract or by the day. Office Crahb St., 1st north' of A. Southard's residence. will sell by public auction on the premises as above the contents the restaurant known as the Hub Cafe and including: 50 special restaurant chairs, 'b cafe tables; 2 large kitchen large "Empire Camp" hotel range. "Magic" cook, stove, about 36 pieces 2 framed' mirrors, pictures, large coffee urn, tor, 2% dozen table clothes., 12 doz napkins, 8 window curtains, 2 large electrict fans, all floor coverings' and a large quantity of glass ware, crock ery, kitchen utensils, To be -sold in lots to suit purchas ers. cash. store or building suit able for a restaurant in busines part of town. Enquire P. O. Box 143, Lethbridge, 65-0 FOR acres and a house on Crabb Street. Apply to Y. Chow, P. 0. Box 95, Lethbridge. -68-6 OFFICE TO the PostofBce clock, per month. Steam heat ed.and electric .lighted. Apply at tb Postoffice. 65iO office 410, Round TeL m On view Thursday 10 till 6. St Western Canada I Stock Co. Ltd.! Dealers in Stocky Bonds and Mortftges FINANCIAL AGENTS FOB Austin-Manhattan Conso- lidated Mining Co., Austin, Nev: Capital Shares adyance from 60c to 65oc v Ldttridfc J. ACTW ,P.O; Box 294 Office in Chinese Store, Ford Street, beside Palace Livery Collieries Coal HUGH TAYLOR, Agent will fill' orders promptly. Weight and quality guar- anteed. A trial order solicited PHONE 287 TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Draying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for IDRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly, on delivery. J. S, Phone 70 Oflke I" ttrHttfn 4 Oow'i Store TO RENT 2 offices in the Shepard Block andard Land Co. Lid; Y. 3, SHEFARD SUPUMlMai IM AMI fvw fln iMTMct Ct. BOARDERS In a atrictly modern, house, with hot and col( -water; bath; close in. Bartlett St. Apply famished or un- furnished., by a couple without iam- ily on or before-March 17th. Address Box 180, City .6 LOST AND FOUND. buy .pony, marked with white star on forehead and brandcc left shoulder; reward of 15.00 iOT information leading to recovery. Write Jos. Pilsbury, Coaldale, Alta, 59-12 bill and a bill be- tween "the Model Bakery and Leon. Losey's home eight .miles south oi tovra. Liberal reward for return to Leon, Losey, City. 69-1 .STRAYEIM-from the Royal Collier ies, one day "gelding, branded lazy 6 on left hip and shoulder.' reward be paid for return of or information which will lead to re- covery. Apply John Ebyal Collieries Lethbridge. -68-6 PROPERTY FORr SALE FOR Three occupied by atore buildinfs, J. J. Johnston, Schweitzer Bros., and Joe. Fong. buildings must be removed -in the course 'of "a month "or For Information, inquire at Canadian Bank of Commerce. FOR New 8 room house near jhe Jake across the track, concrete 'otmdation cellar, sink and ceas pool, The best proposition in North Ward. Price with fl.JOO cash. Bal. SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATION8 Coal mining righto of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon the Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one, years at an annual rental of an acre. Not more than acrei .will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease moat be made to the Agent or the district in which the -rights ap- plied for are situated. In surveying territory the laud must be described by or le- gal subdivisions of and in territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must aeeom. panied by a fee' pt, which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents per ton, Every lessee of coal mining rights which are' not being operated shall. furnish: the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a, sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease wfll include the eoal mining rights only, the lessee 'may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rlghte may be con- sidered necessary for. the working of the mine at the -rate of flO- For full information, application should be" made Secretary the Department of 'the Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion. Lands. W.W.COBT, "Deputy Minister of the Interior Unauthoried publication oi this advertisement TvilTnot be p'aid lor. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH at- 6 per Realty Co. cent. Alberta 63-0 TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until five o'- clock p.m. Monday March the 8th or the erection of the Arcadia Build- ng in this city. Messrs. Bowman and Tohnstone, owners. The lowest or any tender .not necessarily accepted. JAMES A. MACDONALD. 69-3 Architect. WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person, who is the" sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years. old, may homestead a .quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear m person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry by >roxy may be made at any ageiuy on certain by father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sis- er of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the laud in easb f three years. "A homesteader may live within nine miles of his home- tead on a farm of at least' 80 acres olely owned and occupied by him or >y his father, mother, son, tiaufhter, >rother or sister." In certain districts a homesteader n good standing may pre-empt a uarter-section alongside hia home- tead. Price per acre. Duties. reside six months in each f six years from date of ntry (including-the time required te earn homestead patent) fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has homestead right and cannot ot- take a pur- chased homestead in certein districts. Price 13.00 per acre. Duties.- Must reside six months in each of thm years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth 1300.00. W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interior, publication- of this advertisement will not be paid for. ESTABLISHED 1864 i Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Capital Reserve and Undivided Accivu it NcrcltMs, Famm iMdMfi SMfcM Mone Order of Credit Money Bank 3t.