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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta MOVING .PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1. The French Spy 2. The American Fleet Friico 3 Battle of Flowers o N "Miss Kiilarney" Prices I6c and 26c, 1. Prof. Wallace trained Cockatoos and his 2. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wells in their successful play "The man who wore the 3. The Musical Pearsons in a musical dutch comedy. WHEN You CANT SLEEP. There ia many t man And woman towing night after night upon a sleepless bed. Their eyes do not close in the sweet and? refreshing repose that cornea to those whose heart and nerves are right. Some 'consti- tutional disturbance, worry or disease has so debilitated and irritated the nervous system, that it cannot be quieted. Or again, you a sinking sensation, __. a feeling you are going to die: or perhaps, you wake in your sleep feeling as though you were about to choke or smother, and rest leaves you for the night If you allow conditions to continue for a short period even, you will begin to feel your health declining. It ia the nerves and heart not acting rightly, and they can only be set right by the use of Mflburn's Heart and Nerve Pills. They soon induce health- ful, refreshing sleep, not by deadening tho nerves, but by restoring them to healthy action. E- Nutt, St. Mary's, Ont., "I can gladly recommend your Milburn's Heart and Nerve-Pills as I greatly troubled with my nerves. I was so bad I could not sleep ac night without the Limp ouming, but after taking four boxes of the pills I became all right again." Price, 50 cents per box; 3 boxes for f I-25j at all dealers or ThtrT. Milbarn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont BLAIRMORE Blairmore, March has been struck on: the AV'est Canadian dijfffings; south cf Blairmore. ...Al. McKay has'been in hard luck lately in the way of accidents. Last Sunday he had iiis arm and shoulder badly bruised at the Belleyue where he is working. Two days lat- er he had his head badly cut by a fall of rock from the roof. He is now off work nufslnar his wounds. Mr. -and Robinson are both dovzn with la srippe. Mr. Robfnson is quite lo-w. Harrv Orr is in charge of the 43. shops during Mr. Robinson's illness. La gripiie is Rome around just now Several town people are, "suffering its attacks. Mr. Robert Vincent's vouneest boy. is suffering from an attack of influenza: the wife of H. E. Lyon. a .dauirhter. the wife, of Joseph Emer- son. a son. TAXATION OF THE MAIN LINES Premier Rutherford Discusses Railways Ponoka, March town hall crowded last night, to listen to Premier Rutherford, who paid a spe- cial visit to Ponoka to support the candidature of Dr. Campbell. Unfor- tunately, the latter gentleman _was unable to be present, beine engaged in a complete tour ,of the constituency, but the meeting was a splendid suc- cess, and served as a happy augury for a bi- Liberal victory on.the 22nd. C. H. Mamiinjf was chairman, and speeches were made by several local gentlemen. There were also several musical selections. The Premier was eiven a flattering- reception and when he opened his speech by sayitt that he had known Dr. Campbell for fl good many years and that they could. a ot do better than send him to the Legislature, he was cheered to the echo. Some Conservative speakers newspapers had claimed, said 'the Pre mier, that owing to the presence of only two Conservative members in the House last session, g great many of the questions were not properly dis- cussed. .Throughout the past three and a half years, however, it had been' the endeavor of the government to carry on the business, of the gov- ernment even, more carefully than if there had been a strong opposition. The audience cheered loudly when the Premier announced that there had. been acclamations in nine constituen- cies. "Besides said the Pre- mier, "there are ten constituencies where there is opposition from only I .....___.________ indcpeiident- candidates, and I havej letters from most of these gentlemen' exemption is not" of tbe same charac- statingx.that. they are supporters of as exemption of the. C.P.R. the'government." j main imes. These lines-.are not ex- The Premier, referred to the efforts j t from taxes. in districts, of the government in obtaining better i terms from resulting in municipalities, or local morovement greatly increased subsidies; and also! districts: "Xo exemptions are given to the fact--that the tjovernment had [outside of the provincial government _ J.L I 4- f. tf Wi not1. AVftm'O-t'.-lHtr XolQir LATEST ARRIVALS AT THE- J, BROWN CO, LTD. FRILLINGS Blue, Pink, Ecru, CreauKind White ALLOVER LACES Black.''White. Gream. Grej Maltese Laces and Insertions Oriental Lace, etc. White Mersileen White Dimities India Linen, etc. Men's Serge Suits Men's Tweed Suits Boy's Tweed Suits Men's and Boys'Pants King of the Road Overalls Men's fine tan Oxford Shoes Men's black and tan BaJs Boy's Shoes a Full Line Children's Complete Assortment GROCERIES This Department is Always Kept Up to Al Standard J. BROWN CO. LTD. Take a look at our windows and see the Bargains We have to offer you at 2 5 C. To start on Saturday, March 20th HayrBros. General Hardware Phone 75 P.O. Box 27 Daily Herald Market Place ff yow have to idl or to reit fitce it this If you wait aaytiivf use thtfl 25c true'. D. M. Boss, of Monarch, this mor i- ing called the attention of the Her- all to what he termed a. "false and malicious report" -to i-he effect that the townsite at .Monarch was to shifted. Mr. .Ross says he has contract the C.P.lC which anyone CUT: see. and. which guaran- tees that the station will be erected- on the section on 'which the town- site at Monarch -j.s on t. Co more should be convince any: who may be skeptical. LOST AND FOUND. Alexandra Cafe and Arlington Hotel, diamond set locket on watch fob. Finder will be liber- ally rewarded by returning to-Herald Office. 81-8 INVESTORS WANTED AN EXCELLENT CHANCE to com- bine perfect security for your money with large profits.. The expansion of a big Winnipeg Industrial House of- fers the opportunity. Write for full vestment Corporation. Ltd., Dept. E., Grain Exchange Bldg., Winnipeg, Man. Tenders TENDERS will be received by tfce un- dersigned on Monday, 22nd March, 1909, at noon, for a Brick Store Building; to be erected on Crabb St.. Lethbridfie, for A. Barnsley, ESQ. The lowest or any tender not nec- accepted. ERNEST E. CARVER, -Use. for AY. M. Dodd, Architect, Bry- an Block, Lethbridge. 81-3 TENDERS TENDERS will be received by.the undersigned not .later than noon 29th Iy09, for the erection of a concrete buildiiig in Leth- briuge for ,-B. E... Sherlock, Esq.. Plans, etc., can be'obtained at the 01- rices of -W. M. Dodd, Architect, Letif- bridge and Calgary. Tenders must be accompanied by a certified cheque for 5 per cent, oj the value. No tender will necessarily. be ac- cepted. -.ERNEST E. CAEVER, Mgr. living at home, for general house-work; must be goo'i cook; wages a week. Address Box L, Herald. 82-3 general servant who can room at home. Apply Mrs. De- vine, Redpath St., Alberta House. 32-4 GOOD GENERAL sen-ant wanted. Apply Mrs. J. W. Bawden, Glyh and Courtland Sts. 82_6 special- ly wanted for work on plows.. Ap- ply to Coaldale Blacksmith Shop. Goaldale. S2-6 for general house work; must be competeat and steady; wages per month to start with. Call'Mrs. C. R. Carlson, land. 68-0 GOOD OPENING for first class sten- ographer. Apply promptly Box B., Herald stating experience. 80-3 dining room girls at the Coaldale. Restaurant. 80-6 general servant. Ap- ply Mrs. G.: L.. Vrooman. 80-3 man and steno- grapher of good habits. Apply Her- ald, Box- S 82-0 WANTED Women dish-washers good wages to right party. Alex aridra Cafe, corner Round and Dut- ferin Streets'. 82-0 servant, on farm near city, for general .housework; good wages for suitable person. Apply P. O. Box 14. 81-6 once, one expert shoe repairer. The Foot Toggery. 81-2 SITUATION WANTED. TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- eu by the unciersigned up to one o'- clock, p.m., on -April 10th for the whole of the work reouired iatheerec aon ,oi a fireproof hospital for the trustees of the .Gait Hospital. Tenders must be accompanied by an accepted cheque for five per cent, of the amount of the-same. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. .Plans and specifications may be seen at the offices of. Messrs. Osier, Hammond Nantou, Winnipeg, Lloyd MewJburn, Calvary, or C. B. Bowman, JLethbridge. G; B. BOWMAN, Secretary' :Board of Management of Gait KospitaV Lethbridge, Alta. 15, Iy09. FOR SALE BY TENDER Half interest in section bi fine land '2% miles south of Taber. pur- chased "'per acre fall. Bids to be in by March. 25. Balance of payments spread years. WILLIAMS, 76-12 Crabb St. NOTICE: Notice is hereby .given thai, any one 'keeping 'fowls in the City of Letb.briijge must' liave them ly enclosed on their own premises by the 1st of: April 1909. The at- tention of those keeping fowls is di- rected to By-law 4, See. 84. JOSEPH GILLESPIE, 82-6 Chief of Police. PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE is -hereby given to tbe Voters of the Electoral Divi- sion of Lethbridge City, that Donald McNabb, of t-he City of Lethbridge, ia the Province of AJ-berta, miner, candidate at the election to be held ozi the 22nd day of ;Mareh, 1909, of a to the said Elec- toral..Division, of 'Lethbridge City, in tbe Legislative Assembly has appointed D. R. Bell, of the said City of Lethbridge, carpenter, his of. licial agent. Given uziuer my hand at Leth- bridg.- this 17th clay March. 1909. FRED KENNY. Returning Officer. DOG TAXES Notice is hereby given any dog found running at lanre in the City of Lethbridge after the 1st of 'April, 1909. without a tag for the year 1909, will be impounded, and dealt with according to llw. Dog By. law (No. License for dogs can be had at the office of the chief of police. (8ed.) JOSEPH G.TLLESPIE. 82-6 Chief of Police. REWARD One black mare with bay horse colt at side. One buckskin mare with the end of one ear clipped off with buckskin "horse celt at side. One bay pony mare branded lazy five on left hip and blotch brand on left shoulder. All five of these, mares and colts are branded A on left shoulder. I will pay per head for these horses delivered at Naismith's farm miles east of Lethbridge. A. J. STRONG, 80-tf Lethbridge. PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE is'hereby given to the Voters of the Electoral Divi- sion of Lethbridge City, that Carlos Iws, of the City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta, barrister, candidate at the election to bo held on the 22nd day of March.. 1909, of a mem bur to represent the said Elec- toral Division of Lcthbridge City, in tin- Legislative Assembly of Alberta, has appointed- Frank Cplpman, of the said City of Lethbridge, mana- ger, his official agent. Given under my hand at Leth- bridge this 17th day of March, 1909. FRED KENNY, Returning Officer. PUBl 1C NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby Riven to the Voters of the Electoral Divi- sion of Lethbridge City, that William As bury Buchanan, of the City of Lci.hbridge, in the Province of Al- berta, publisher, a candidate at tho election to be held on 22nd day of March, 1909, of a member to repre- sent the said Electoral Division of Lethhridge City, in the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, has appointed Cecil Claude Cragg, of the said City of Lethbridge. physician, his official agent. Given under my hand at Lethbridge this 17th day of March. 1909." FRED KENNY, Returning Officer. once, dressmaMng by the day. Experienced in all lines of ladies' clothes. Apply to Miss M. .J. Schmitz, City. by experienced grocer, Canadian, have also ..had 6 years crockery, experience. Capable of managing Write, stating P.. F., P. 0. .Box 322, Lethbridge, Alta. .80-6 general servant wanted.' Must be competent. Apply to Mrs. A. B. Stafford, corner Bom- pas and Crabb Sts. 80-0 young' experienc i'l business man, situation in grocerv or any -other position; thor- ough business training and- aiiaid. of work.: Please- apply "Ma- cfo Herald. 82-3- A GOOD for 1860.00 each. Apply-ifce H. Mac- beth Agency, Poatoffice-blodc, 79-0 STORES FOR stores how occupied by J. J. Johnston, Schweitz- or Bros., and Joe Fong, for gale. Must be removed on April 1st. Submit offer in, writing to Can. Bank of Commerce. FOR new bouse on Westminster Roa.d; near new V stand pipe, 6 brick foundation and cellar. ?500' cash. 'Balance :asy. Alberta Realty Co. 4 NICE LOTS, 'lacing east in Block 122 for" each on terms.. Ap- ply Box C., Herald Office. 79-Q x-C iois .aii oi.; wuiv-r iu Uuubei', sJcvt'cr 011 street; casii. Apply to Ow.u- j. jtiox 7UO or rnoue i'Oii SALE new three- ryoin noiiae ana iwu Jt'or puriicuiars appiv to Jas. j.-tobertsoa, Jbox City. 7-rooru house, on Lt close in, un TWO lots, 'casn; balance ar- ileaiiy Uo. ir'OK on lots 10 and 11, Block 33, corner Bedpath and u-iya streets. Purchaser must remove auildings by the 10th of April. Pos- session given Baiter, the" 1st. Submit E. NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT Impounded on the 15th inst. in East' Found, one black mare, on .-left hip; 3 or 4 years on neck. JOS. GILLE3P1E, 82-6 Chief of. Police. TO RENT- TO roomed house .just-north of track. Apply between 4. and S p. ID.-at'53 Argyie Ave. '61-0 store or building- suit- able for a restaurant in. business part of town. "Enquire P.O.., Box 143. Lethbridge. 65-0 TO, BENT-Oa- Turner "SC- North. Ward, one six-roomed house; ,also{ stable and chicken' housee; rent for per month. Apply Box 165; Lethbridge Post Office. 79.6 WANTED; TO '.or 9-roomed. on or before -May .ocaied and modern; might purchase if suitable. Apply P. 0. Box v; :82.6 the' 1st, furnishcJ j house, about 7 rooms, and e'cping rooms .for young couple; must be central. "Adolres-i Room 24, Dallas Hotel. 82-1 TO. -LEI---One small new ner. AgneV and 'Westminster; ?8.00 per month. Apply Box He.- aid. POSITION- WANTED-A good maa. Dane, one year in Canada, waQ-s as or fireman. .it stei'in. plow, in Southern Alberta; can start now: or later" Reply--t-o F. .-H., Office. "82-2. young man .with small capital- 'and experience, buncn of sheep work on shares, "or would take.herding privilege o; running a; few sheep- .in- the .her L -Frank P.O., YOUNG- MAN wants work' on farm to- Box P, Herald Office. 82-6 a .German -vvquiau, gen- eral housework or work in a hotel. Apply Mrs. Molnar, No. 3 Church Street. '83-1 WA i or a'.- nice light team or horses, with' drivers, or. will deliver goods for of the s'-ores-by the month at rt.-asonable Anyone -wanting an. outfit of pleas'.-' send their name to P.O. Box 322.. 82-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR equipment, two complete steam plowing outfits and all kinds of farm equipment. Address Carmangay Farm Co., Carmangay P. 0., Alta. Sec. 31, Tp. 13, R. 23, W. 4. 72-24 FOR fine team of matched weldings, also .team Of small 'mares. Inquire Alberta Realty Co., City. 63-0 FOR Chatham incubator, 1 brooder, :aknost new; also one White sewing machine, cost almost new. Apply Box 10. Herald Office. 79-6 FOR new buggy and harness for sale, cheap. Apply Box 354, City. 80-6 FOR bronze gobbler and 3 hens. 2 white Holland gobblers, Bar- red Rock and White Rock pullets. La ill law, Pincher Station. 82-6 FOR SALK--A strong democrat, car- ry a ton. Also double disc stubble ugh. Both in .sood 'condition. Cheap for cash. Apply Box H-jrald. 81-6 FOR Mare, 3 years, ieht ,nbout 900 Ibs. cash. Ap- ply TJox F., c.-o- Herald office. 8I-G close in. and" quiet, by young gentleman -who: will, average three days per Tveek in.-' the city. Apply, to L. B..- City. 81-2 ROOM man wants- ziicely furnished bedroom, in modern house, close in. Apply Bor. J. :0., Herald Office. -81-2 LAND FOR SALE FOR the crop payment plain 440 acres of choice land within twcVand a half miles of Raymond. Partly fenced. 160 acres of-winter, wheat on sununerfaUow breaking and- discing. 120 acres stubble, balance clear .choice prairie'. We only Tecraire a small cash payment on this, a snap for ;some one. Apply to the "Canad-" ian Real Estate Adjustment Co., Rppm Nine, Bryan Block, or Bo'r-387, Lethbridge, Alberta. 77-6 SOUTH AFRICAN Scrip for sale immediate delivery. Box.-237. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTHr WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno is the sole head :ol a family, or any male over 18 .years old, may homestead a- quarter-section of available "Dominion land in-Mani-. )a> Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person "at the Dominion or Sub- Agency for the district. Ent-'y by proxyrniay Tje made at any agency Jr of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land -in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine .miles of his home tead on a farm of at least-80 :acres solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, brother or. sister. In certajn districts a homesteader in good standing may preempt a Quarter-section atongside his- home- stead. Pnce per acre. -Must reside six months i of six years from date of entry the tune required to earn homestead patent) cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted hi? homestead right and cannot cb- tain a pre-emption may take a pur-- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. eside sis months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and.-, erect a bouse worth W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interior; publication pi this advertisement will not be paid ESTABLISHED Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD MONTREAL Paid-up Capital Reserve and Undivided Profits Accotrs of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Let Mm Branch Coaldale Block, St. ;