Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, MOVING PICTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1. Goldstein's Luck 2. Burglar and Old Maid 3. SAMSOIS7 A beautiful colored film. O N farmer, de- West Goal Co., Tabe r Mac- Intosh said todav that he' would !irarcu wnen tbe coimcjl finished its of j for the contest busing to a ceased. Notice is hereby sons having any claim or demands general blacksmith Apply Can- Taber Alta. T8.1 and Johnson iven that all per- j servant. Wages aim or demands! No washing or ironing. Ap- the eventful periods in the history of Olai Fogderud, who ply Mrs. J. Lee Johnston, 314 Cut- i them in the face and the fact that place in England, France, or Austra- j every of the sixteen mo''or clubs i Ha. but preferred England. He saidj- the ABOUT DAD'S By the Lord Mayor's Son I tried t'., strengthen all winter, the i his sole purpose in coming here was have surely spent several! to see Jeffries and try to induce him sleepless nigHts. Chicago appears to he the favorite club ia the National, leagae while Cleveland is picked by! the to land the American! league huntinsr. I Dominion. In April Col. Mac- i ajea on or about the 3rd day oi May, left for the southwestern at Lethbridge, in the Province and during that period the governor j are on or before and staff moved up to Battleford.'lhe bill St. 78-2 It looks as if this little city, fast ing a big one, over which my t.-rcal parent is the presiding gen- s. is going to mark out the path- has not yet received word from Billy Hamilton at Medicine lla.t. The Calgary baseball fans have about come to the conclu- "o taKt ori Joiuisnn. His offer of a S50.000 purse stood he declared. am satisfied that Jeffries can be trained, and brought into fit condi- tion for the said Macintosh. "For him_to enter the ring with John son, without being in the nink of con- dition, however, would be extremely foolish, for Johnson is a wonderful fighter. Thc-re is no man who can where the seat of government remain- j ed for a few years, when it was re- moved to He-ina. tee nresent capital citv of Saskatchewan. nt day of April, 1909, to send by to the Trusts and Guar- SITUATION WANTED. Limited, at. Calgary, the estate of the said Olai sion that ho has decided to turn down rieat Johnson without being in the their offer as manager. addresses, of their claims, in statement of the nature of writ- This opinion i best condition and whether he can be, fact that at all. now remains to be press despatch from- Hamilton is strengthened by the iv for other cities to the kingdom i the of oflicers "Manager municipal ownership. I do not ppose there is another burg in this lole blooming country that has a al mine ail of its own. Yet if things right under the direction 'of the r's mine Hugh ott, Lethbridge will have that dis. iction. The city ought to get after power rights of the river d then. with the gas well in pros- ct, it will have the whole cheese, iere will not be any corporation d-up game .when any-one -wants wer, light, heat, water or anything ;e in those lines. It can never own own townsite but that is the only ng it cannot have as a municipal terprise. W hen the city gets that blicity man that it is going to get ne of these wise days, he will have sorts of inducements to offer the 11 who have ambitions to supply nianufacturcd needs of the great nadian est. We will be it and rre will be no other its in it with )ad aud his council are showing faith in the future development the city and are petting ready handle it. Every person wanting do anything in the city will have to it right for Dad's Council is hir- ougli inspectors to keep track of ry move from building a house to g the measles. Most of these pectors will more than pay their by charging the people for doing William A meeting ofj 'THOMPSON TO MEET POTTS the baseball supporters will be held in Canary, March report Elks' Hall this afternoon at 2.30 Maurice 'Thompson to look over the situation. In all probability the club will ask Charlie Crist to get a team together. The club could go much further and fare much worse by making a selection. They would be sure of getting the best that Charlie Crist ran do aod a good square, honest deal. It is rather an odd fact that both the pennant winning clubs of 1908 are offered an opportunity to estab- lish a world's record. Should the Chicago Cubs win the National League flair for the fourth successive time they will accomplish a feat nev- er before aonaled in the present or- ganization. "Three time winners" is the best record so far. in the Amer- ican league no club has won. the pen- nant more than twice in row. De- troit has two flags to its ctedit, and the Tigers will be play- ing for an. added staKe the same as the world champions Cubs. Even though the majority of the clubs in the National have strenErtli- ened it is almost a forgone conclusion would not meet Potts on March 29 is most emphati- cally denied by his manager, Lauder. ed that Maurice would be here on March 29, ready to step into the ring in the pink of .condition- He expect- ed his man here any yesterday received a day and only letter from Thompson statine that he would ar- rive in Calgary Friday or Saturday. W. W. Stewart sent Thompson his ticket last Monday and from the re- ports of the C.P.H. Thompson has lifted his ticket which shows that he is well and intends coming. RACING- KILLED IN TWO STATES Little Bock, March House late today killed'the racing bill which provided for racine at Hot Springs under the direction of a commission. Austin, Tex., March Campbell today signed ths ing bill. the city orders of the privates them to do. in the small ly of applicants for the various in- ctorships are issuing their com- ints because the city got 'its in- ctors from outside the city. There not appear to have been any erence of opinion among Dad's ncillors as to the choice of the they had a erood and that the pennant will. Chicasro or New York, will be a formidable either go to] The Giants aggregation. much stronger than last season, and lafrt- year. 'When BOWLING The world's record for five-men teams was lately broken in. Pittsburg by' the Lipman team, of Chicago. Their score was 35 points hi er than the record score made- by the Bonds, of Columbus, Ohio, at Cincin atricals. for there "were some talent in that remote corner. One of the plays I nrodnced wa, a pitied Estranged, and She- j statement shall be verified by statu- nff St. John and his wife. The declaration of the claimant or and quite a success, j his agent. actors in that drama j And take notice, that- after the 1st j day of April, 1909, the said the Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, will proceed to distribute the 'assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having re- gard only to the claims of which it shall then have had notice, and that the said the Trusts and Guarant-ee Company, Limited, will not be liable for the said assets or any part there- of to any person of whose claim, it shall not then have received notice. Dated at Lethbridge this 26th day of February, 1909. The Trusts and Guarantet Company Limited, A. G. ROSS, Manager. Sgd. W. C. SIMMONS, Solicitor for the said Company. have long since gone to the unknown. Earlv m the eighties the old place tliat" cost many thousands of dollars was destroyed completely by fire and all that's Ifeft is the memory'of plea- sant associations. Milk Cream Butter Eggs ALL FRESH AND PURE Delivered Our Cleanliness and Purity Cox Son noit347 P.O. Box 80 TENDERS TENDERS will be received by the undersigned not later than noon 29th March, 1909, for the erection of a re-iniorced concrete building in Leth- bridge for R. E. Sherlock, Esq. Plans, etc., can be obtained at the of- fices of W. M. Dodd, Architect, Leth- bridge and Calgary. Tenders must be accompanied by a certified cheque for 5 per cent, of" the value. No tender will necessarily be ac- cepted. ERNEST E. CARVER, Mgr. the day. of ladies' clothes. Apply J. Schmjtz, City. n aH lines j to Miss M. I orders for all kinds of. help. Help furnished free. In ordering help state employer's name, where located, kind of work, ;ind wages per day or per month. Call or send order by mail.1 A. Max- son, Lethbridge Employment Agency, El. Morris, con- tractor for the moving of buildings. "Will work under contract or by the day. Office Crabb St., 1st north of A.- Southard's residence. Lethbridge, Alta. Office Post Office. opposite TO RENT. TO modern house, centrally located, to rent. Immediate possession. Apply H. Macbeth Ag- ency: 78_0 was seen are the logical players to stop the Lipman team had "a chance Cubs. Pittsburg and Philadelphia Ito break the record, interest in the may cut n dash while St. Louis Cin-i-ame was Each time the are'balt was sent flying down, the hiehly polished alley every person cot to his feet and intently awaited the moment when contact with the pins was set. chmati, Boston, and Brooklyn very uncertain. The first came of ball at night by electric light in the history of sport A .spare brought out cheers and a strike caused vociferous applause. will be played in Cincinnati at League, A few moments before the game was Sunday. April 11. The con ended it was apparent, the world's they did. It may be that they! ik it is a.'good way to increase'the j population. i DRAMATIC EVENT Theodore Lorch Company at the j and the Chicago Clubs. A game will be played in the afternoon, ami." because there will be enough players lect two teams, been arranged. A system of I National j cheering a ad yelling, the enthusiastic American League, spectators rushed into the inclosure of the alley to honor the team. Mess- T.ipman, Ward. .Semones. Bartbo on both teams to se- the evening game has lighting the park for Lyceum Next Week j the night match has been invented by Cahill, and the new departure in baseball circles will be witnessed ?me of the .greatest dramatic sue- [jay several of the big league magnates. ;es of the continent will be. given! The''names will decide whether or not >he Lyceum next week On Mon-j che idea is ffiasible, and if successful night, "The Lieutenant and the it m be that it wjll be 1JSed throu h -boy which has made such big i out u j iti wh in the U. S. will be presented i win objection. Wednesday night.. Dr. Jekyl and; J _____ Hyde." The latter we all know; oiwr- critics agree that Mr. Lorch can-i int. HINU be beat in his portrayal of the! J, Jeffries has finally come ous masterpiece. "Dr. Jekyl -and f out with an announcement to the ef- rs. and. Wolf overwhelmed with con- gratulations. With difficulty they succeeded' in getting away from the many admirers to' their dressing rooms. j j Everything in season served tastily at The Coaldale Restaurant Coaldale Block Jimmy Potts writes from Calsrary. saying that he'would like to box any local man in Lethbridge. Alberta Restaurant H FIRST SESSION OF NORTHWEST COUNCIL Dad says, you can't get enough of a good thing. My mother says, there's nothing better than Mooney's Perfection Cream Sodas Keep your pantry shelves stocked with are a 1 ways fresh and crisp. Winnipeg, Vwtcouwtr. Thirty-Two Years Since the First Leg- islature Met. More than three dccudus have been added in the bier time book, during the present 'mouth, since the lirst meet injr of the first teffislature for the Northwest Territories took place, ab- out 28 miles north of Kamsack, at t.he old Swan River post.of the mount ed police, overlooking the valley where the Snake Creek joins the Swan. This known as the North- west council. It was presided over by the jrrand man of the west. Hon. .Laird, then lieutenant- eovernor of the Northwest Territories The members of that historic body were Col. TJichardson, stipendiary ma-_ gistrate: 'Matthew Kyan. stipendiary j magistrate, and Col. -James F. Mac-j leod, commissioner of mounted police.! The present Heutenant-eovernor of' Saskatchewan was also present at that meetine- The council met in a. room in the house occupied by thej lieutenant-tovemor staff. Colonel Macleod made a lone: iour- rvey to be present. Truvcilimr from Fort Macleod down to Benton. Mont., then alontr t.he Missouri River route j that led to Bismarck, then by stacej lo Grand Forks and Winnipeg, thenj alone old mail route to where j Gladstone now is. At this point he j and his estimable wife, who accom- panied him from Winnipeg, were met Wm. Favel in chaive of three dog trains, who brouorht them in to Swan River barracks safelv in eipht days. It was bright .morning when the three dor trains came trotting with their distinguished tra filling the air with the sound of .iing- linr holla, the drivers jogging along behind, brinein-r long journey to a close. The travellers were a little xfoathcr beaten, but were royally rc- They say the Is a good place to go for a good meal. Open Day and Night Sho) t Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 ELECXRICin The Modern Servant An electric motor will run your washer or sewing machine. Electric irons do beautiful work. And private telephones in your house save many steps. For sale by W. L. McKenzie Co. Electricians Redpath St. Lethbridge NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the matter of the estate of Andrew McGuffie, late of the village of 8t Mary's, in the Province of Alberta, laborer, deceased. Notice is .hereby given that all per- sons having any claim, or demands against the late" Andrew McGuffie, who died on or about the 26th day August, 1908, at St. Mary's, in the Province of Alberta, are required to send by post prepaid 'to The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, at Calgary, in the Province of Alberta, administrators of the estate of the said Andrew McGuffie, or to deliver to the undersigned advocate for the said company, their names and ad- dresses and full particulars of their claims in writing, and a statement of their accounts and the nature of the securities, if any, held by them, and such statement shall be verified by statutory declaration of the claimant agent. And take -notice, that after the 1st day of April, 1909, the said The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the per- sons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which they shall then have had notice, and that the said The Trusts and Guarantee Company., Limited, will not be liable for the said assets or any part thereof to any person of whose claim it shall not then have received notice. Dated at Lethbridge this 26th day of February, 1909. The and Guarantee Company, Limited. A. G. ROSS, Manager. Sgd. W. C. SIMMONS, Advocate for The Trusts and Guar- antee Company, Limited. TO large well furnished rooms, in a new modern house, suit- able for two gentlemen, or a couple without family. Enquire 'the Herald Office. 73-6 TO roomed house just north of track. Apply between 4 and 8 p. m. .at 53 Argyle Ave. 61-0 store or building guit- able for a restaurant in busineas part of town. Enquire P; 0. Box 143, Letbbridge. .65-0 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining rights of the Dominion .in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory; the North-Weit Territories-, and British: Columbia; be leased for a term of twenty-one years annual, rental of fl acre. Not more than will be leased tc one.applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of district in which the ap- plied for are situated. In must surveying territory the be described by icctioni, land or le- TO new comfortable two- room house with .attic, William St. south of London Koad. Rent Box 3, Herald Office. TO rooms, in North Ward, straight west of school; terms reasonable. Apply to A. H. Sibbald, North Ward. 73-6 TO nicely furnished sleep- ing room, modern. 512 Round St. 74-6' tarnished' rooms, for light housekeeping. Apply Box Herald. 0, 73-6 ROOM man wants a good room. Close in. Box 96 Hei- aid. 7fi-l FOR house and two ots on Courtland St., just north of new stand pipe; half cash, bal- ance in 3 and 6 months. Apply to J. Taylor, at the House. 73-6 gal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveysd territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. V Each application must be panied by a fee of i5, which will liw lefunded if the righti applied for pie not. available but. riot otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the chantablfi output of the mine at the rate of five cents per Every lessee of coal mining righti 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 The lease will jnclude the only, but'.'the; leuee JHAJ be permitted to purchase available surface nghta may be con- sidered necessary for the. workiof of the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information, application should- be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. Deputy Minister of the Interior, publication of this advertisement -will not be paid for...' STORES FOR stores now occupied by J. J. Johnston, Schweitz- er Bros., and Joe Fong, are offered or sale. Must be removed on April st. Submit offer in writing to Can. Bank of Commerce. LAND FOR SALE A farm containing three hundred and nfty-five acres, more or less, sit- uated on Belly River five miles west of Lethbridge. Twenty-five acres broken, six acres in fall wheat, four i roomed house, sheds, etc. All 'fenced. cash or per acre, down, balance in three annual in- stalments with interest at eight per cent. Also horses, cattle, poultry and implements. Reason for selling, owner has to move on to homestead and pre-emption. Full information may be had from M. Freeman, Room 3, Whitney Block, Lethbridge. 76-3 iojil Collieries Coal HUGH TAYLOR, Agent will fill orders promptly. Weight and quality guar- anteed. A trial order solicited PHONE 287 FOR the crop payment plan 440 acres of choice land within two and -i half miles of Raymond. Partly fenced. IfiO of winter wheat on summeriallow breaking and discing. 120 acres stubble, balance clear choice prairie. We only require a small cash payment on this, a snap for some one. Apply to the Canad- ian Real Estate Adjustment Room Bryan Block, or Box 387, Lethbridge, Alberta. 77-6 FOR SALE BY TENDER Half interest in section of fine land 2X miles south of Tabor pur- chased at S16 per acre last fall. Bids to be in by March 25. Balance of payments spread over five years. W. WILLIAMS, 76-12 Crabb St. SKATING Cleveland, O., March JJaptie, of North Dakota, the world'" ice skatinsr champion, tonitfht surren- dered the quarter mile honors to Mor rig Wood of New York, in his open- ing series of professional ikatinz rac- es here tonijjht. OR new house on Westminster Road, near new stand .pipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation and cellar. cash, easy. Alberta Realty Co. Balance FOR acres and a house on Crabb Street. Apply to Y. Chow, P. O. Box 95, Lethbridge. 75-6 FOR room house on lots 400. fine in business section of city. Lots alone worth the price. Al- berta Realty Co. LOST AND FOUND. silver watch. Owner can have same by calling at the police station, and paying for this ad. 75-6 LOTS WANTED lots, X mile from Central School; none but owners ap- ply Box X, cjo Herald. 73-6 BOARDERS WANTED BOARDERS a strictly modern house, with hot and cold water; both; close in. Apply 425 Bartlett St. 74.6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sab- 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. Duties.y-Six months' residence upon and cultivation of the laud in each of three years. A homesteader may live withiri nine miles of his home- stead, oil a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pro.empt a quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted hi? homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside six months in each of years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication pi this advertisement will not be paid for. ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada 3EAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Accents of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbnice Branch CoaMtle Block, lUdpath St.