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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHSBIOQC. MONDAY, MARCH I, ItM. MOVING .PICTURES ADVANCED I VAUDEVILLE., 1. Great Jewel Robbery 2. Drunkards Will Drink 3. Lighthouse Keepers a o N "When They're Bringing In the Com" Prices I5c and 2Sc! 1. The Musical Master Musicians 2. A-tlantis and Novelty Globe -Tiigglere 1 __________ .or, 3. Jack Champion Bag Puncher of tho Canine World News Of the District Fit-Reform Spring Overcoats There's nothing in Canada with which to compare these Overcoats. No Merchant Tailor can dupli- cate them in style, workmanship, -or WINNIFRED 1, MaJjch man Mr. P. J. DeMarco has donated one lot in Block 2, just east of the Corner Grocery Stora, to the Key. McLaren of Medicine Hat. Kev. ATc- Laren intends to start building a church within a couple of weeks. We feel proud to think we have prospects of o church and school house so soon. V, Our new hotel proprietor, Mr. Hick- more, expects to start building this week! Winiiifred will then be able to accommodate all the hungry and wea- ry travellers. ;Mr. Stewart-has just completed his house'. and. bam on his homestead 12 miles south of here and "is now readv for Everything She Ate SEKMID A TO OAftNY, HAD STOMACH TROUBLE TXAES. Cray and Black Cheviot OveicoaU to The name "Fit-Reform" in a garment means the truest economy, just >s it means the 16 McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridge. -JUST LISTEN TO THISI Commencing tonight one of the r and estj programs- ever, presented in. .ethbridge on at'the Eureka., f. it. is-.good music you-.enjoy, The 'lusicai Pearsons will vhand it out a abundance They carry a great lany. instruments, :and are masters f Another, very strong iature will 'be.--Atlantis and in heir comedy and novelty globe jug- which is scream from start finish. Still another feature, is the chanipion. bag puncher of ne canine world. He is the hand- Dmest bull terripr ii America, and is xceedingly clever. In.connection, with this, there 'are vo Ihllrff.eels of .ueautifullv colored' one entitled; "The Great Jewel which is sensational in. the rtreme- The- other, "The Lighthouse ''Drunkards will Drink" re extraordinary fine" pictures. WHAT'S WRONG WITK THE HAT (Medicine Hat Times.) Medicine. Hat has, earned this.: Claresholm" Medicine Hat Capers fine .pic- tures of .big-clay works to .be estab- lished there. The Hat papers at one time published equally picturei of the canneries that not JJ The Hat papers published "fine pic- tures" of the. at one time. Lethbridge city is now big enough .to; get a city member in the Legisla- ture. Some things make you think about some'things. to iro to Mr. Hardy is hauling lumber his house; south of Whitla. Mr. A. Bissett, engineer for the C. F.R, pumping plant here has been called to Seven Persons to run their pump there. A -and crowd of dancers gathered, at Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Larson's.- residence one mile south ,of here Jast Wednesday evening. The midnight-, lunch was something long to' be remembered bv the bachelors who "-were there. Fifteen, different of cake besides the sandwiches and coffee. .The' music was by the Whitla and Winnifred strinj? bands. .Louis McLean was floor manager. A large crowd of young people tended- the dance at and Mrs-; Rodeback's eight miles north of here last Friday evening. The 'affair WAS a very pleasant one and everyone enjoyed the -sleigh ride Liberals Alexandra, T. B_ Moore. Calgary, W.'-H. Cushirig, Dr. Eg- bert: s George P. Smith. Claresholm, -M. Mackenzie. Cochrane, C: W. Fisher. Didffbury, J.; E. Stauffer. Edmonton. C'.. Cross, John Mc- Dougall. Gleicheir, E. H.. Riliey. High River, L. M. Roberts. Iimiefail, J. A. Simpson. Lac St. Ann, Gunn. Lethbridge, W. VA. Buchanan. Lethbridge District, Dr. Rivers. 'Macleod, Colin Genge. Medicine W. T. Finlay. Wanton, J. Clendenjoing. Okotoks, M. McHardy. Olds, Duncan Marshall. Sturgeon, J. R. VegreviUe, J. B.-Holden. Victoria; Frank Walker. Wetaskiwin, Charles Olien. Conservatives Alexandra, J. R; Lowery. Calgary, R. B. Bennet, Dr. Blow. Cochrane, Dr. Brett, W. Garrow_ Edmonton, A. F .Ewing. Gleiehen, J. F." Shouldics. Lethhridge, W. 'C. Ives. Medicine Hat, J. Sissons. Nanton, A. J. Robertson. McDonald, Rocky Lyon. Vermilion, A--R.'Aldridge. Independent Calgary, M. O'Brien, Geo. Howell. Milk Cream Butter -Eggs ALL EEESH AND.PUBE Delivered Daily Our Cleatilinees and Purity Cox Son Km 347 P.O.B.I80 Ike ywi hive to sstf .nil place Hit ttis If >5e inertiMft flsr SI MISCELLANEOUS FOft IAUE. FOB SALE CHBAP-Oiw ing machine, almost new; OSi rogton typewriter in good ozdtr; a with about sixty records; fancy horn bhslr and two large rocking chairs; typewriter desk, and other articles. Cheap lor cash. Apply Gus. Keidig, Ml SITUATIONS VACANT WANTfiD-Teocher for, Huntsville School No. 1514, duties to commence 1st of .April. Applications will be re- ceived till Marcn 15th. State class ol certificate and wages: required. Ad- dress Thos. -JH. Wyman, Sec.-Treas. Iron, Springs, Alia. 71.9 FOR double wagon, ly new with double box. Will eell cheap, i'irst hoeae ecst of Chamber Bros. Dairy, North Ward. H. Byer. HIGH CLASS FURNITUBE-prac- tically new, for 6 roomed house, will be sold cheap lor cash. Bos No. V. Herald Office. Competent general ford, 419 .Burdett St. aer- to Mrs. Bar- 82-0 good general; .servant. Apply-; to Mrs. Frsnk -Colpman. cor- ner of and Burdett Sts. FOR young Clydesdale stallions and fillies. W. H. Harvie, Sunny Side 'Stock Farm, Lethbridge. 08-U genera} ser- vant. Apply Mrs. J. B.Anderson, Union 69-0 man (baker) wish- s situation in city or district town, will trade or in any capacity Apply Box 2i Herald Office. -69-6 for general house work; must be competent and steady- wages per month to start with. CaU Mrs. -C. R. Carlson, 1204 Court- land. 68-0 girl to do light housework. Jas. Rose, cor. Dufferia and Bartlett. 70-0 FOR Orpington Cock- erels. P. H.: Ashcroft, 506 Bompat St.' FOR second hand piano in good condition. Price bar- gain. Apply T. M., Box 454, Leth. bridge: FOR equipment; two complete steam plowing outfits and all kinds of farm equipment. Address Carmangay Farm Co., P, O., Alta. Sec. 31, Tp! 13, B. 23; HOTEL FOR Baxter Ho- tel and. furnishings at Magrath for sale. Fine business, good terms. Al- vin 0. Rich, Agt., Magrath. 72-6 LAND FOR SALE girl wanted at Chow Sam' 71-0 and chamber- maid wanted at Cosmopolitan Ho'tel. A 40 ft. lots on Id- dmgton Ave. at each, handles the bunch. Balance easy. Alberta Realty Co. will sweep RaymontI and Stirling The yote in both places will be prac- tically, unanimous. Premier Rutherford speaks tonight at Pincher Creek. One of the hottest battles urthe pro. vince; will be at Red Deer.; between John T., Moore and; Ex-Mayor Mich- ener, an. Independent Conservative. let contract Cor break- ing -and seeding of 'at least 200 acres on Sec. 30-11-21. D. J. Agt. Albion Ridge. SITUATION WANTED. foreman and cook on a- farm or ranch by experi- enced man and wife. Apply T. Dixon, Lethbridge, Alta. 67-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR QUICK 5 room cot- tage close in .for will handle. The H. Macbeth Agency, P. O. Block. 72-0 STORES FOR stores now occupied, by J. J. Johnston, Schweitz- er Bros., and- Joe Fong, offered thprne was present and ten new mem- bers were added to the lodge. Mr. H. Craven -will "present the five- act drama entitled "KjitK.cfcer's Child.' Didsbury; C. Hiebert. Lethbridge, D. MeNab. Rocky-Mountain, J. A. McDonald. J for Mnslr he -removed on. April Strathcona, Rice Sneppard Submit "writing to Can, Bank" of Commerce. A. Brarnley Moore, of Lloydminster, in Alexandra.. is a substantial" busi- ness man.' -He is an" Englishman -and a -member of the, Barr Colony. Louis M. Roberts, the Liberal can- didate in High River, is af young niau and very popular. He is "a. real es- tate agent though he was attorney across-the line before coming to Can- general servant by the- 22nd, of March. Wages- Apply Mrs. G. L. Vrooman, Bompas St. 67-6 WANTED-r-At once, dressmaking' by the day. Experienced in all of ladies' clothes. Apply to Miss M. J. Schmitz, City. POSITION -manager -of i large farm, size from 2 to 6 sec- have had 12 years' experience in dry farming, and have been in Alberta for 3 years; would like "3to commence April 1. W, S. -Anderson, Lind, Washington. 73-2 The Mis-Fit flriven the The Golden West Realty Co. _ >J. i A city growing .at the rate that Lethbridge is today market for every description of produce. Lethbndge has a city market where the demand is weekly week. For garden produce, the far greater than the supply at present. 3STo :better proppsitiiomcan man: offer .with a small capital tian the following -SNAP- I nave exclnsive agency for 20 acreB, 1 "mile from Fair Grounds.- To be sold in one-acre blocks at each, cash down per month 8 per Wanted 3 Scrips, wiil pay For Quick Sales list your Property with us Telephone 261 4 10 Round Street D. KING, Manager Box dies Relief nty of The Latter Saints Church vtas well attended, many towns beiiijf present. Mrs. Kimball of Magrath is visit- ing Mrs, C. D, Fox. Mr. R, P. Wallace, of Taber. is in town visiting relatives. of Magrath, is j Clendenning, Liberal candi- in Nanton, ought to be able to place the dethroned leader, A. J. Rob ertson on the shelf; In Camrose it is reported that Geo. P. Smith, the editor of the Camrose Canadian, and the Liberal nominee, may Tae opposed by Dr. McEachern, who will run Independent Con- _of Wetaskiwia, will as liberal A itf K nirfit f 52 Wf mght at the home of The following officers .were elected: Captain, -Charles vice-Captain 5ucceed A' S- i in the Wetaskiwin con- lasthtituency. There is a probability Amos .Jthat. Rev. J. G. Anderson, who ran as Jan Independent in the Strathcona con stitueney, again be in the field __ agUlU UC iil Vllt! A. Amos; secretary-treasurer, Jfr. independent Conservative. vv. Hayse. A match StirUnsr Duncau Marshall, who is -a candi- was arranged to take place rMs af- date in the new-constituency of Olds, ternoon at 4 j will be opposed by G-eo. McDonald. Mr. McDonald will run as an inde- BOW ISLAND Pendent Bow Island, March Citizens a Methodist Lumber Co. have cara-of lumber the Conservative -candi- on the track here, just arrived: There ate ia A Methodist -lo- is such demand for lumber for buiklincr this season that the com- pany can hardly get it in fast enough -Mr. L. Stengel from Stavely bought three residence lots and he intends to' build a fine residence at once. A pet-son from Lethbridge has bought iuraished rooms, for light housekeeping., Apply Box O, Herald. 734 of Regenerated Abundance Oats con be seen at the Customs office. Early maturity and heavy .yields are obtained with this variety. Orders -sent on clubs in two-bushel sealed bags as'originally received from the raisers, Garton Pedigree Seed Co. Orders left with the Secretary of the. Agricultural So- ciety will secure- the club offer price. FOR- house and two' lots, on Courtland. St., just north of new "stand pipe; half cash, bll- ance in 3 and' 6 months. Apply to C. J. Taylor, at the house. 73-2 TO RENT- FCHl -acres and a House on" Crabb Street. Apply to P: 0. Box 95, Lethbridge. Y. Chow, 68-6 TO Shaclt to rent in Ward. Close in. Applv 74 Dufferin St. SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATION8 Coal mining of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, the Yukon Territory, the Uorth-WMt Territories and British Columbia, be leased for -a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of an acre. Not more than acres. will be leased to one applicant, Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the plied for are situated. In aurveyiiur territory the -land must be described by sections, or gal .of sections, and in unsurveysd territory- the tract appli- ed ior shall be staked out. r Each- application must be accom. panied by a fee of f 5, which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty, shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the mine at tie rate five TO 5 roomed house just north of track. Apply between 4 and 8 p. m. at 53 Argyle Ave. 61-0 A store or building suit- able a restaurant in business part of town. Enquire P. 0. Box 143', Lethbridge. 65-0 OFFICE TO the Postoffice block, per month. Steam heat- ed and electric lighted. Apply at 'the two business lots build right- away. and is- going to It is stated tra- rood authority that a gentleman 'rom St. Paul is Doming to. build a twenty-five roomed" hotel, which is needed to-accommodate the large niun in the Lac St. Anne district. Evident ly the preachers in the north haven't enough religious work to occupy their 'attention.- Two conventions are to be held in south today. Pincher Creek Liberals are almost certain to select- as their candi- date'and-he will be a winner. In Cardston pick ed until the convention gets down to- 'business.'.'- There-is about the liveliest contest in the province in that dia- Tenders for DRIVING ENTRY TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to March the 10th :for driving 200 feet' more or rless. of ah entry in'the coal seam near the Pump House, river bottom. Tenderers to state, price per foot for driving seam, city to provide tim- ber, mils, etc. Specificatio'iis can be seen at the CiU Office. Postoffice. 65.0 BOARDERS a strictly modern house, with hot and cold water; bath; close in. Apply 425 Bartlett'St. 684 which 'are not being operated furnish. the district Agent of Domin- ion, Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least- once in each year. The lease will include -'the coal mining rights only, lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may" be oon. sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of an acre. full information, application should, be made to the .Secretary of the.. Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any" Agent or Sob-Agent of Dominion Lands. Minister of the Interior. N.B. Unauthoried publication oi this advertisement wifr not be paid for. furnished or nn furnished, by a couple without fam ily on or before March 17th. Addres D. F. Box 180, City. 69-t 3er of people arriving on nearly every j trick for ,the Liberal nomination. tram- 1 It is safe to say that Dr. Rivers Tenders for Lumber TO house 8 rooms, strictly modern. well sit uated. Rent reasonable to satisfac tory family. Apply Box R., Herald1 7M POR have two new 5 room cottages- for April Isl and two cot- tages vacant now: All reasonable Alberta Realty Co. TO nice .comfortable two- room house with attic, William St. south of London Road. Box 3, Herald Office. Rent LOST AND FOUND. TO WELL DIGGERS, CONTRACTORS, etc. TO RENT 2 offices in the Shepard Block Standard Land Co. Ltd Y. S. SHtPARD CAWTAl, i We in Stock- Well Casing, 3 inch to 8 inch Iron Pipe Wire Rope Oils, Pipe and Steam Fittings Dynamite, Caps and Fuse TENDERS, will be received by the Secretary-Treasurer up to March the 10th, 1909, for the furnishing of ap. proximately feet B. .M: of Side- walk material. For information, ap- ply, to City Engineer, cesaarily accepted. No tender ne- 70-eod-3 Get Oar Phone I7i WESTERN CANADA AGENCY GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an .examination will be held by N. Marshall, a duly appointed Inspector of Steam Blilers ior the Province of Alberta Lethbridge, March 13th Mtl, A. R. A Reading Room. Macleod, March 22nd. -Raymond, March 30th. Cardston, April 2nd. tMedicine Hat, April 8th. Granum, March 83rd. Magrath, March Slat. Taber, April Ith. at o'clock a.m. for the purpow of fivinf engineerb and apprentices opportunity of qualifying for Certi- ficates under the provisions of the Steam BbilersAct, 1909. Application for examination should be made to the above named Inspec- tor or to JOHN STOCKS, Department of Public Works, Edmon- ton. Alts. the Royal Collier- ies, one day. gelding, branded lazy 6 on left hip and shoulder! reward will be paid for return of game or information which will lead to covery. Apply John Royal Collieries, Lethbridge. 8 LOST TWO bay, branded four-leaf-clover, on left shoul- der; WH on left hip, laiy F on right hip.; One between a bay and buck- skin, branded Ibur-Jeaf-clover on left shoulder. Reward Alex-IT. Harbinaon, Taber. Alta., Box 274- 71-3 telescope satchel between Windsor Hotel and elevators. Reward; for return to Windsor Hotel. T2-1 brooch set with ame- thysts and small pearls, probably be- tween Baptist Church and Argyle Ave. Reward for return to Mrs. W.A.'Ham- ilton, JO Argyle Ave. 73-2 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH. WCST 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 The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry by proxy may be .made at any agency on certain' conditions, by father, mother, son, daughter, brother or-sis- ter of intending homesteader. months' resldenoe upon and, cultivation of the land in. each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his stead on a farm of at least sO acres solely owned and occupied -by him .or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts s homesteader n good standing may pre-empt s quarter-section alongside his stead, -price per aero. Duties. reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead ntry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted .t homestead right and cannot ob- tain pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain, districts. "Vice per acre. eside six months in each; of three ears, cultivate fifty acres and erect a honse worth W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of .'the Interior. publication ot his advertisement will not be paid ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided ProfiU........, Accoui j Mtrckiirts, Fimwrs id Imdiers StHcM Drafts Money Orders Letters cf Credit Savings Bank Depurtmitot Dranek CoaMalt Block, St. f tf ;