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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHSRIDGK, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, IIM. fro. acting Dressers we have created an entirely new style in 3 button Sack Suits. Not only are lapels, pockets and cuffs different from former are, also. We went abroad for the Tweeds and got the best in England, Scotland and If REFORM, LETHBRIDQE POSTOFFICE Offies Hours: Lobby Opsn Daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.. Sundays from ft to II a.m. Mails for despatch are closed at this j .offices follows: all points East, Canada, United j etc.. at 9.45 p.m. i For all Western States, Crow, B. C. and North Alberta, at 9.45 p.m. For Cardston, Majjrath, Raymond, Stirling etc., ut 7.45 A.m. Daily ex. cept Sundays. i For Milk River, New Dayton, Warner and Coutts at 7.45 p.m., Monday, Wednesday arid Friday. 'For Great Falls. Montana ar.d South J at 7.45 Monday, Wednesday and Friday. For Optic, Barrhill, Bowville, Black- Spring Ridge at 6.30 a.m.. Tuesday and Friday. For Diamond City, Iron Springs and Sundial at 1.00 p.m. Fridays. For Prairie View, at H a.m., Tuesday and Saturday. Mails arriving at this Office are due as follows: From Eastern Canada, United States, etc., at 3.45 a.m. "daily. From Western British Colum- bia and North at 1.35 a.m. daily except Sunday. From Magrath, Raymond and Stirling at 6 p.m. daily. From Milk Biver, New Dayton, War- ner find Coatts, at 12 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. From Great Falls, Montana and South at 12 p.m. 'Tuesday, Thursday and 'Saturday. From Optic, Barrhill, Black Spring Ridge at 4.30 p.m., Monday and Thursday, From Diamond City, Iron Springs and Sundial at il a.m. Friday. From Prairie View at 10 a.m. Tues- day and Saturday. From Macleod and Calgary, 4.30 p.m. .daily. P. street letter boxes are cleared daily between 7 aud 8 p.m. E. N. HIGINBOTHAM, '-Deputy Postmaster. Mar. 13, 190S. DATE SET FOR MAINS TRIAL .Flushing, N. Y., March Garrison today set April 29 for the trial of Peter C. charged with the murder of Wm. Annis at the Bay- side Yacht Club, on Aug. 5th last. It will- ;be held here where Thornton J., a brother was recently acquitted of coraplicitrj7 in the killing of An-- njs..... D McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbricfce, CLAREHOL.M 'Wannamaker called for three cheers Claresholni, March ilr- Garrow, which were heartily shall's oration given last night was undoubtedly, n vote maker. Iron Springs, March Iron Sprinffs Quadrille Club arave fl dance and: supper-.in the school house .Wed- nesday, March 10th. A large crowd attended and all had able time. This is a very enjoy- the first dance held in the Iron Springs .school and we .hope there be; many more. We are very "glad .to hear that Mrs. LETHBRIDGE RANGERS FOOT. BALL CLUB, The Lethbridge Rangers held a suc- cessful on Monday night and organized a. Club for this season. Several clubs, including Pineher .Joseph." -Hunt rds: from her stroke. Av meeting was held here this after- noon in the, interests of Pred Gar- row, the i Gonservatiye AJ-; ter ai short speech from Jlr. Garrbw the -platform was- taken D. Inps. of Calgary, who spoke on the nublic domain. What he was setting at w-as to understand be cause., at; the end he advised all those present to 'take their stand above the! strivings and quibbling's of party iticg, presumably independents. At the close the chairman, Mr. Creek, .Macleod, Taber, .Grassy Lake and Cardston intend to form a league jso some good "games should result.. The'.following officers :_were. 'elected: President, Wm. Hendarson. Vice -Presidents, J." E. Anderson, Rev! J. S. Chivers, C. J. Eckstorm, las. Ashcroft. Treasurer, R.. G.-Farris. Secretary, A. J., Jones. Committee, E. Fairbrother, W. Hoi-: berton, H." -Cameron, E. Chiswick, J- Laurie. The.first match of the season will be played on Good Friday with Eng- land; .vs...-Scotland. It'isi also likely that "the Calgary Caledonians will be seen, here this: UTHERB IVERS AILWAYS To the Electors of the Constituency of Lethbridge: appeal to you with confidence as a straight supporter of the Rutherford Liberal Government of the Province of Alberta for your votes and influence on the 22nd day of March, 1909. I was duly nominated by. a representative Convention of accredited Liberal delegates from of the District at the City of Lethbridge, on the 2nd Day of March, and I have received the enthusiastic endorsement of. the south, east and west of the Lethbridge District.- In casting your vote on the 22nd day of March, you will either approve ot the Railway policy of the Rutherford Govern- ment by: .voting for me, or you will turn down this policy by voting against me. You have no difficulty in making choice. The Rutherford Government has guaranteed' 4he bonds of, the Grand Trunk ;Pacific Railway and the Canadian Northern Railway to Lethbridge and south the.-district' to :the .boundary, and if you elect me you-endorse, this policy and. the Government, and have the assurance'of .these lines in your district within three years. In supporting me yo-a will-also endorae the splendid policy of the Rutherford Government in the matter-: of Education, Taxa- tion of Railway Lands, Taxation, of Railway-Companies, promo- agricultural interests, and the policy, for the upbuilding of the farming', industry, arid' the: securing'." of markets and transportation as a .practical farmer, I: appeal to you to vote for and bring your neighbor to the poll on the 22ad day of March, "1909'. r: -.Tours fespectfully, J.H. RIVERS, Liberal Candidate for the Lethbridge District.- 1 GOD SAVE THE KING A complete Home- steaders outfit for Includes Stove, Cook- ing Utensils and Tools HayrBros. General Hardware Pfcone 75 P.O. Box 27 Daily Herald Market Place w have It idl er it reit (ritct it IbU COllBI. If you went use tMi 25c O t ioMrtiou for SI SITUATIONS VACANT Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHONE TO THE PUBLIC J We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Draying outfit, arid are prepared to execute all orders for DRAY1KG promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. Cati-on delivery, 4 for general house work; must be competent and steady; wages per month to start with Call Mrs. C. R. Carlson, 1204 Court- land. 6S-X) general servant. 'Ap- ply Mrs. J. J. Johnston, cor. Giyn and Bompas Sts. 79-Q GOOD OPENING for first class sten- ographer. Apply promptly Box B., Herald stating experience. 80-3. LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE-On the crop plan of choice two and .half miles of Partly fenced. 160 acrei of winter wheat on auminerfallow breakinc 130 acres stubble, clear choice prairie. We only require a small carjh payment on this, a inu> for some one. Apply to Canad- ian Real Estate 4 Adjustment Room Nine, Bryan Block, or Box 387, Lethbridge, Alberta. INVESTORS WANTED few. investors, large or small, .to join some promiuent Win- nipeg business men in re-arranging a arge manufacturing concern, so as o provide for trade. Tor information andT booklet, addresa Canada General Investment Corpor- ation, Ltd., Dept. Grain Exchange Bldg., Winnipeg, Man. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. dining room girls at the Coaldale Restaurant.. 80-6 general servant. Ap ply Mrs. G. L. Vrooman. 80- S ITU AT I ON WANTED. once, dressmaking b the .day. Experienced in all lines of ladies' clothes.. Apply to Miss Ji J. Schmitz, City. by grocer, Canadian, have also had years crockery experience. .Capable o maCnagihg department.'. Write, stating salary, etc., to P..P., P. 0.: Box 322 Lethbridge, Alta. '80- general servan van ted. Must be competent. Apply o Mrs.-A. B. Stafford, corner Bom" pas and Crabb Sts. 80-0 TO RENT- TO roomed house just north track. Apply, between 4 and. 8 p n. at 53 Argyle Ave. 61-0 store or building suit- ,ble .for a restaurant in business lart Enquire P. 0. Box 65-0 0 Turner. St., North 'ard; one six-roomed ..house; also table and chicken housee; rent for 12.50 per month. Apply Box.f165, -ethbridge Post: Office. 79.6 '0 new comfortable two- oom house with attic, William' Si, outh of oLndbn Road. Rent. Bosr Herald PROPERTY, FOR SALE I the Electors of I Vate for A GOOD 21-28, Block 122, for i each. .Apply the Mac- beth Agency, Postoffice 'block. 79-0 STORES FOR .stores now occupied oy J% J. Johnston, Schweitz- er Bros., and Joe -Fong, for sale. Must be removed on April 1st. Submit offer in writing to Can. .Bank..of .Commerce. new house on Westminster Road, near new stand pipe, 6 rooms, brick .foundation and .cellar. cash.-- -Balance easy. Alberta Realty Co. FOR acres nouse on Crabb Street. Apply to Y. Chow, P. 75-6 4 NICE LOTS facing east in Block 122 for, each on._terms. Ap- ply .Box Herald Office- 79-0 FOR room house on, 2'fine lots in business section of city, 400. -Lots alone worth the price. Al- beita Realty Go. FOR lots'and small house on Bartlett St.; water in house, sewer on cash. Apply to Own- er, J. Rundle, Box 700 or JPhone 238. FOR SALE ainger ng machine, almost, new; one ington typewriter in good order; a large phonograph, witu about sixty records; fancy horn chair and two large rucking chairs; typewriter and other articles. Cheap for cash. Apply Gus. Neidig, Phone 292. 66-0 FOR equipment, two complete steam plowing outfits and all kinds of farm Carmangay Farm Co., Carmangay P. 0., Aita. Sec. 31, Tp. 13, B. 2S, W. 4. FOR fine team; of matched geldings, also team of small mares, inquire Alberta Realty Co., City. 63-O FOR Chatham 1 brooder, ahnpst .new; also one: White sewing machine, cost almost newi Apply Box 79-6 PIANO FOR new a bargain; cash and monthly instalments to right person. Address Box-Jtf, Herald. 79r3: FOR new buggy and .harness "for sale, cheap. Apply Box 354, City. 80-6 TENDERS will be received by the undersigned 'not; later than noon 29tb_ .March, 1909, for the erection of a re-inforced ;concrete.building in Leth- bridge for R. EL.: Sherlock, Esq. ?lans, etc.., can be obtained at the .bf- ice's of W: M. Dodd, Architect, Leth- mdge-and Calgary. Tenders must be accompanied: a certified cheque for- 5 per cent.': Of he value. No tender will necessarily be ac- cepted. ERNEST E. CARVER, Mgr. Public Notice AN AUCTION SALE :ot horses, etc. ill be held on Saturday afternoon at 3.30 at he city market avited and may be made to the un- lersigned at any time up to hour ale. -All entries received by Friday morning next will'be published in he Herald "issue" of that day: -FRANK WADDINGTON> Master. REWARD One black mare with bay horse colt side: One buckskin; mare with end of one ear clipped off with uckskin horse colt "at side. One bay pny mare branded lazy, five on left ip and blotch brand'on left shoulder. 11 five of these mares and colts are randed VI on left sh'oulder. I will pay head ior these horses elivered at Naismithjs, farm 4% miles ast oi JLethbridge. _, A. 7. STEONG, 80-tf LOST AND FOUND.. "watch. Owner can have same by calling at the police and paying for this ay. 75-6 22 IP I fountain pen. Left in Saturday, March 13. Finder kindly leave at Herald office. 80-2 FOR SALE BY TENDER Half interest in section ot fine land" .miles :sputh of Taber .pur- chased at per acre last fall. Bids to by March. 25. Balance of payments spread over five years. W. WILLIAMS, 76-12 Crabb St NOTICE TO ARCHITECTS. Notice .is hereby given "that Clares- holm No. 764 of Claresholra, contemplates "the erection of au. addition to their present school build- ing a ian apprbxiin.ate cost of and require architects' plans and ser- vices for the same, .including? sys- tem of heating and ventilation. Plans may be submitted on or before the 20th day of April, 1909 to the secre- tary. H. W, Brownlee, Glaresholm, Alta. 793 APPLICATIONS Will be received by the undersign- ed until Monday, the 5th day of April, 1909 for the joint office of Fire Chief and Building Inspector, for the City of Lethbridge ,at: a salary of per month. Please state qualifications and send references. G. W. BOBINSON. Secretary-Treasurer. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head pi a family, or any male over 18 yeaia old, may homestead a quarter-aectlon of Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. proxy- may be made at any agency tjr of intending homesteader. Six month's' residency upon and cultivation of the land in'eaeb of three years. A 'homesteader maj live within nine "miles of his home stead on a farm of at least 80 acrea 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 i quarterrsection. alongside his -home- stead. Price per acre." Dutfei. -Must reside -six months in ot-six years from date of homester entry the time required .to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty.: acres eixtra, A homesteader who has eithauwtedl hi? homestead right and cwmot taiu a pre-emption may take pur- chased honiestead in districts. Price 13.00" per acre. Must reside six months in each of. three years, cultivate: "fifty acres and erect a house worth 1500.00. Deputy Minister of the Interior, Unauthpried publicmtion oi this advertisement will not be' paid- for. J" "-v I in North Ward or group of loti irom. 5 to 50, will buy outright. Give location and BoJT 99, Herald. Bection of land. 3 from depot, til per acfe Standard Land Co. Ltd. Y. S, SHCPARD CAHTAL, mtW, ih ;