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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Ltthbrldgt, Albfftt, Timday, March 23, 1309. Knowledge Is Power! Find the dealer who handles "Progress Brand the Progress Brand" label firmly in, you have the knowledge of where and what to buy, that is a "power to save dollars and bring lasting satisfaction. Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE, dl McGUIRR A MAN WITH EMPLOY- ERS The President is the grandest of American institutions, writes Georee Fitch. There is never more than one -of him at a time, and sometimes only a fraction. In all have been only been, twenty-six, countintr Cleveland as two executives. "The Presidential chair has just been -enlarged and specially reinforced for the twenty-seventh, who was seated in it this week. Any boy who is born in America, -and does not go Democratic may be- -come President. Only one in ten mil- lion have turned the trick, but the fact that the office is free to all -and that most of the men who have filled it did not average more than, -only one pair of trousers apiece in youth, has spread a romantic glory about it that time has nott Every President is fitted I with a halo by the admiring people -and his historians. While it is.true, possibly, that, in a very few cases halo came down over the neck .and shoulders of the wearer, as a -washtub would have done, the fact solemn and imposing, the twenty-six Presidents of the United States stretch across of history like rail1 road water tanks across a flat and. arid plain. The President is the most extensively hired man in the Re public. He has eighty-six million, employers, who help pay his wages, feel a proprietory interest in him. whenever they are in Washington. COCKROACH IN BREAD Te Charge That Is Laid Against Har- ris Ruben, Baker Calgary, March Ruben, a baker living in the rear of 90 Queen street west, will appear in the PoliceCourt tomorrow in charge of having deleterious matter in a loaf of rye bread which he baked. A man complained to the Medical Health Office that he found a cock- roach in the loafj JANE CABLE Story Ctorge Barr McCutcheon Mrs. Harbin played cards, drank highballs, flirted with the younger offi- cers, got talked about witb pleasing emphasis and as happy as any subordinate could be. They had not even thought of such a thing as di- vorce, and the whole army wondered and expressed disgust The army's appetite for scandal :s surpassed only by its bravery In war. It Is even hinted that the latter Is welcomed as a loophole for the former. War brings peace, The arrival of tho Harbins and n staff of gay fresh from the banks of the nut lif> into the reeliist-s Tlv- n-r'iDPiii IYSIS to remain at l'ri-si I'm- weeks before sailing. Oae of the lieu- tenants 'was a Chicago boy and an ac- quaintance of Graydon Bansemer. It was from him that Jane learned that her sweetheart was a soldier in the service, doubtless novr in Luzon. A. week before the sailing of Colonel Harbin's transport Jane suddenly an- nounced that she had but one desire on earth, and that was to go to Ma- nila with her aunt. She did not pre- sent her plea with the usual claim that she wanted to be of service to her country. She was not asking to go out as a heroine of the ordinary type. Instead she simply announced that she wanted to go as a temporary member of Colonel Harbin's family, to endure their hardships and to enjoy their en- the WAS IN BED FOR THREE MONTHS. PEOPLE SAID SHE HAD CONSUMPTION. Reid bow Bin. T. 6. Bock, Bracebridge, WM cured (and her little use of Dr. Norway Pine She writes: .Englishmen need apply. Box M., er Bros., and Joe' Fong, are offered Herald- 85-1 for sale. Must be removed on April BOOKKEEPER WANTED First- class bookkeeper and collector. Ap- ply, stating qualifications and salary to Box X Y Z, Herald. S4-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR equipment, two complete steam plowing outfits anc all kinds of farm equipment. Address Carmangay Farm Co., Carmangay P. 0., Alta. Sec. 31, Tp. 13, R. 23, W 4. 72.24 FOR A transfer business with one of the best connections in Leth bridge, to be sold at once, consisting of eight teams, wagons, etc. New barn standing on three lots, ia the centre of the city. For further par ticulars apply bridge. P.O. a tendency to boast of which he bad sprang.- of her disadvantages In life: the con- FOR Bos 27, Leth 83-0 trast betwtvn their respective Mons, "all tended to emphasize the izoor of fate, and she often found bersetfc wondering how this sprig of true aris- tocracy would conduct himself If discovered that after all, she was only a foundling. It was Lieutenant Bray who madt found, after considerable trouble, that quered in the eternal battle of lova I G-raydon Bansemer's company was in After all. no matter how the end j the north, subject to tie requirements attained, she was a creature of life, of Young, chief of scouts, brought into the world to'love and to Irksome were the lazy summer be loved. She put the past behind her months for Jane. She. toed of the at and began to build a new tentions of men; she sickened with NEIW E. J. Newton will open up a complete, line of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Silverware and everything i that should be found in an up-to-date Jewelry Store. Look through our stock. Everything new and up-to- date. You will be surprised at our complete line. Brim- full of exclusive and fresh designs. One look through our stock will convince you that we can satisfy your de- mands. future In which the adoration of Gray- "don Bansemer was the foundation. The hope that makes all human aver- ages was at the work of reconstruc- tion; youth was the builder. The months of destruction had not left a hopeless ruin as the heritage of dead impulses. The world grew brighter as .the ship forged westward. Each day sent wanner blood into her veins and a deeper light into her eyes. The new life was not -inspired by the longing to- be his wife, but to see him again and to comfort him. She would be na man's wife. At last one hot, soft morning in early July the great transport slipped past Corregidor and turned its nose across Manila bay. past Cavlte, to- ward the anchorage which ended long voyage. The city of Manila lay stretched out before the new American capital. The troops were marched off to quar- ters, and the Harbins, with Jane Ca- ble, repaired at once to the Orlente, where they were to live prior to tak- ing a house in Ennita of San Miguel, The campaign was not being pushed vigorously at this time. It was tbe rainy season. Desultory fighting was going on between the troops and the insurgents. There were numerous scouting and exploring expeditions into the. enemy's country; A weak elapsed before Jane could find the opportunity to make inquiries concerning the whereabouts of Gray- don Bansemer. Her thoughts had been of nothing else; her eagerness had been tempered by tbe diffidence of the overzealous. She and pretty Ethel Harbin had made life endurable for the gay young officers xvho came over j on the ship. The pretty wives of cer- tain captains and lieutenants bad small scope for their blandishments at close range. Flirtations were hard to manage in space so smalL The. two girls were therefore in a state of siege most of the time. The abiect follow- ing fell away perceptibly when the broader field of action on shore gave their married sisters a chance to ma- neuver with some degree of security. A faithful few remained in train, how- ever. Ethel Harbin, like the ingenue in the play, had each finger clumsily I but tightly wrapped with'a breathing uniform of blue. .It must be admitted in shame, however, that she changed tbe bandages often and without con- science or ceremony. j Jane's admirers were In love with i her. She was not tbe sort to Inspire longing and anxiety. Day after day she prayed that the troops In north might be relieved. She watched for the order that would call for their return from the wet lands above. Sick- ness wastprevalent among the fighting corps; the wet season ;had undermined the health of many.'] Constant came down to .Manila j-of the minor en- gagements, and she looked at every rejrort for news of GJraydon, Colonel Harbin occasionally-had private ad- vices .of, Graydon's bravery; more than once and glowed with pnde. Down in her tired, anxious heart she was wondering If It were possible for her to go to the front in any capacity. At last with October came the wan- Ing of the rainy season. .November brought active fighting- A general movement of the troops was directed new .buggy and harness for -sale, cheap. Apply Box 354, City. 80-6 FOR bronze gobbler and i hens, 2 white Holland gobblers, Bar red Rock and White Rock pullets Laidlaw, Pincher Station. 82-6 FOR strong democrat, car.- ry a ton. Also double disc stubble plough., Both Cheap for cash. Herald. in good condition Apply Box F., c.-o 81-C FOR Mare, 3 years, Weiffht about 900 Ibs." cash. Ap- ply Box F., c.-o- Herald office. 81-6 cases, .silent sales man, counter, drug scales wanted for drug store; state price. Box K, Her- ald. 83-6 FOR barber business for sale, in the town of Taber, Alta.; ovnerlmust go on homestead. J. T. Hodgins, Box 122. 33-6 FOR shares in Leth- bridge Woollen Mills, paid up for sale for cash, W. T. .Watson, O.--------' FOR moving picture ma- chine, new and up to date, with all the outfit. I have two thousand feet of films. Good Bargain. Apply, tc the Coleridge 'Hotel, Alta. 85-6 cases, silent sales- agalnst Aguinaldo. In his prime as a men, counter, drug scales, wanted for leader.he controlled the and his j drug store; state price. Box K, Her- capture was imperative. Lawton 64-6 Young began operations on the right, McArthur on the center, with Whea- ton pushing forward on the extreme left The insurgents fell back from' Tariac. There were many big fights at San Jacinto and other places now fai mous in FOR teams heavy work horses, aged 4 or 5 years, wefsht 1 200 to Ibs. Apply D.' J." Whit- ney, Ideal Farm, 2 1-2 miles south of Lethbridge. 34-6 general servant who can room at home. Apply Mrs. Be- vir.e, Eedpath St., Alberta Houae. ___________ tt-4 GOOD GENERAL servant wanted. Apply Mrs. J. W. Bawden, ceornjr Glyn and Courtland Sts.' 82-6 1st. Submit offer in writing Can. Bank of Commerce. to FOR new houae oa Westminster Road, near new stand pipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation and cellar. cash. Balance easy. Alberta Realty Co. 4 NICE LOTS facing east in Block 122 for each on terms Ap- ply Box C., Herald Office. 79 Q blacksmith, special- ly wanted for work on plows. Ap- ply to Coaldale Blacksmith Shop. Coaldale. 82-6 for general house work; must be competent and steady; wages per month to start with Call Mrs. C. R. Carlson, 1204 Court- land. 68-0 dining room girls at the Coaldale Restaurant. 80-6 man and steno- grapher of good habits. Apply Her- ald, Box S 2.0 WANTED Women dishwashers good wages to right party. Alex andra Cafe, corner Round and Duf- ferin Streets. 82-0 on farm near city, for general housework; good wages for suitable person. Apply P. 0. Box 14. 81-6 waitress at 416 Round St- 85-3 young girl to assist with lieht housework. Apply 408 Bartlett St. 85-3 for .'housfeeleaning. Wanted at once. Apply at Dallas Ho- tel. 85-0 SITUATION WANTED. once, dressmaking 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 department. Write, stating salary, etc., to P. F., P. 0. Box 322, Lethbridge, Alta. 80-6 young experience business situation in grocerv store, or any other position; thor- ough, business training and ot afraid of work. Please apply "Ma- cjo Herald. 82-3 FOR lots and small house on Bartlett St.; water in house, sewer on street; cash. Apply to Own- er, J. Rundle, Box 700 or Phone 234. 30-6 FOR SALE CHEAP-A new three- room House and two lots, in. North Ward. For particulars apply to Robertson, Box 566, City. FOR Four ibts and 'five-room- ed house, 190 feet of street front Round Street; cash, balance ujv to four years. Apply to Owner 15, Lethbridge. FOR acres and'house on Crabb St. Apply to Y. Chow, P. 0. Box 95, Lethbridge. FOR SALE BY TENDER Half interest in section ot fine land 2X miles south of: Taber pur. chased at per acre last fall Bids to be in by March 25. Balance of payments spread over five years W. WILLIAMS 76-12 Crabb St. TO RENT. ROOM TO for two respectable young men. Apply to Mrs. Robert Adam, Fisher St., south of Redpath. TO room in mod- ern house, on Argyle Avenue wilt or without board, married couple ferred. Apply Box 272, City. 84-2 TO roomed house juat north of track. Apply between 4 and 8 p. m. at 53 Argyle Ave. store or bmlding guit- abie .for a restaurant ia buaineM part of town: Enquire P. 0. Box 143. Lethbridge. 35.0 WANTED TO 8 or 9-roomed house, on or before May 1; centrallr located- might purchaw: if suitable. Apply P. 0. Box 488, YOUNG MAN wants work on farm. Apply to Box P. Herald Office. NELSON TO FIGHT BR1TT Nel-j son will fight Billy Britt-in. Austral-: time next fall, according to SOUTH AFRICAN Scrip for sale immediate delivery. P.O. Box 237. _ FOR South Afri- an announ7emenTbv a bargain. .Apply to :L. the Australian -fight promoter. It b- Kipley, _ office Macdonald Block, will probably occur at Sydney._________________________ 84-6 INVESTORS WANTED few investors, large or small, to join some prominent Win- for a nice ight team of horses, with rig; good Irivers, or will deliver goods for an? of stores by. the month at reasonable price. Anyone wanting an outfit of this kind will pleas send their name to P.O. Box 322. 82-8 City. 82.6 TO small new House, ner: Agnew and Westminster; per month. Apply Box 5 He aid. TO One small new house Ag- new St., east, of Westminster, rent per month. Applv to Box 5 Herald Office. 85.0 BOOKKEEPER First-class man. wanted to handle set of books and make collections. Apply, stating qualifications and salary, Box X Y Z, Herald. 83-0 position as assistant book keeper by young lad. Good ref- erences. Apply Post Office Box 356. 85-0 young man with best references, position as engineer ou The finest fabric is not too delicate to be jsafely washed with Sunlight Soap. When other soaps have injured your linens and faded the coloured things, re- member the word Sun- light. nipeg business men in re-arranging a a steam plowing outfit. Apply- E. large manufacturing concern so asjDupoht, Lethbridge P.O. 84-6 j to provide for an increasing trade, "__________ j For information and booklet, i Canada General Investment Corpor- j ation, Ltd., Dept. E., Grain Exchange Bldg., Winnipeg, Man. BOARDERS WANTED BOARDERS a strictly modern house, with hot and cold water, bath, etc.; close in. lett St. 425 Bart- 84-6 LOST AND FOUND. TENDERS TEN DJb'SS will be received by the undersigned not later than noon 29th March, 1909, for the erection of a cheque for on Bank of re-inforced concrete building in Leth- Commerce payable to W. Barnard, bridge for ,R. E. Esq. countersigned Lethbridge Woollen Plans, etc., can be obtained at the oi- Mills'. Finder kindly fices of W. M. Dodd, Architect, Leth-1 Commerce, bridge and Calgary. Tenders must be accompanied by Alexandra Cafe and a certified cheque for 5 per cent, of Arlincrton Hotel, diamond set locket BOARD AND; and rooms provided at 621 Eound St. Bea- sonable terms. Apply at residence. TO 1st, for six months, fumised house. 'Ap- ply W. A. Hamilton, 10 Argyle Ave 3S4 and board for young men at 210 Coutts St. 85-2 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any. person" wnp is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 yean old, may a quarter-section of available Dominion land in 'Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or -Alberta. applicant must appear in person vt the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for' the district. EntT by .he value. No tiiiidcr cepted. will necessarily be ae- on watch fob. Finder will be liber- ally rewarded by returning to Herald ERNEST E. CARVER. Mgr. TENDERS Office. 81-6 C.P.R. station and M. Hendrick's residence, lady's gold SEALED TENDERS will be receiv-j watch. Finclcr will be rewarded "for od. by the undersigned up to one o'- return to Herald Office. 82-6 I clock, p.m., on April 10th for the) i whole of the' work required in the erec} link, reward for return to tion of a fireproof hospital for the Herald office. 85-1 trustees of the Gait Hospital. I-------------------------------------.______ Tenders must be accompanied by j NOTICE an accepted cheque for five per cent. Xotice is hereby given that anv of the amount of the same. one Keeping fowls in 'the City of _. t i------ jji 1-llCr The lowest or any tender not neces- Lethbridge must have them secnre- j saniy accepted. .riy accepted. ]y enclosed on own premises I a Plans and specifications may be j by the. 1st of April. 1909. The at-1. proxy may be made at any agency tor 'of intending homesteader. Six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. .A homesteader may live within nine mjles of hia home j stead on a farm of -at least 80 acres solely owned arid occupied by him or by his mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In "certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside .his home-' stead. Price per acre. -Must reside six months in eaco 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 exhausted1 hi? homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a, par- chased homestead in certaia districts. Price per acre. Must reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and .erect house worth 1300.00. J GERMAN'S OLD STAND Good paint is an investment. Poor paint merely an expense. Successful painting depends upon using a paint appropriate for the surface it is meant to cover and protect. Ask your dealer for SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS AND VARNISHES C. B. BOWMAN, Secretary Board of Management i of Gait Hospital, Lethbridge, Lethbridge, March 15, 1909. DOG TAXES :j Notice is hereby given that, any <3og found running at large the! after the 1st ofi a tag for the j year will be impounded, and! dealt with according to the By, law (No. License for dogs can be hail at the office of chief of police. (Sgd.) JOSEPH GILLESPIE. 32.6 Chief of Police. ESTABLISHED 1864 in ____ THE HICK HARDWARE CO., SOLE AGENis FOR LETHRRIDGE. CONTRACT ING-W. H. 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. Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits___..., Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbnige Branch- Coaldale Block, Rcdpath St. ;