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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHiftlDQE, ALTA., THURSDAY, MARCH M. Odd Sections to Opened for tttadinf, April I. Public notice is hereby given thai on and alter the first day of April, 1909, all the lands set out in the list hereunder will be opened for home- Btead entry to the first eligible ap- plicant at th3 Office of the Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion. Lands for the district in which such lands are situ- ated. With respect to any of the lands mentioned lying within the pre-emp- tion tract, applications may also be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent, and such" applications will be subject to the provisions of the Dominion Lands Act regarding priority and those of the existing regulations regarding procedure for determining claims to pre-emptions of homesteaders living in the vicinity of the pre-emption tract. Copies of the pre-emption reg- ulations may be obtained oh applica- tio-n to the local Agent.' For any further information appli- cation should be made to the local Agent of Dominion Lands, or to the undersigned. Winnipeg Agency. Sec. Tp. Ege. N. X of N. X-33 r. C. PATTERSON. Ofttw, Oliver Block. Phone SB7. ORDER YOUR Coal from Phone 287. Best and ___ cleanest on the .market.. Prompt delivery- at your home, and weight guaranteed. DELAY IN BUYING CITY PRO- perty means higher .prices tomorrow. Buy today. Any locality on easy terms! QARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE Stafford Block Teaches the touch system of typewriting. 25 stu- ients were enrolled during the first month this school held its sessions here. Ex- pert instruction in. busi- ness subjects and short- hand. Both evening aud day sessions. Call or write or particulars to Gee. J. Schmidt. Prin, FARM LANDS. WILL SELL ON crop payment plan or spread over a term of years at G per cent. DO NOT TAKE ANY CHANCES OF being burned out. Now is the time to insure yaur house and furniture. Lowest board rates. YOU WANT A HEINTZMAN PIANO. The best is none too good for. you. Buy a Heintzman and-you will be satisfied. Easy terms or disceunt for cash. Orders and correspondence so- licited. Phone No. 287. 20 13 Mer. E. 1st M L. iM and 8..25 L. Si 4, 5 and 6 ...-19 18 .7 N. X.........96 8 N.W. X 9 38 L. S. 3-4 and S. X of L. S. 5-6 ...27 7 8 N. W. X ......21 4 11 S, W. X .....5 5 11 N. X of N.W. X ........1 3 4 s. x of s. x of L. S. 1 4 7 W. 1st M N. E. X --19 25 8 N. E. X.....'-'35 13 4 yt'.-'E. X.....-'23 30 29A S. E. X ---25 S8 29 S. W. X......25 28 29 Dauphin Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge. Mer. All N. E. X Q All N. W. X Frac. E. N. W. N.W. X 7 ---33 13 .-.21 ---15 X -.35 ...33 1 21 14 W. 1st M. 23 16 Og 21 24 21 24 17 ;25 27 29A 21 29 28 28 Yorkton Agency. Sec. Tp.Bge. Mer: X 1 30' 33 X .-.13 30 33 ...25 26 33 ..25 26 33 ...23 27 3 W. 2nd M. ...33 .34 41 3 35 5 N- X X 5 35 5 N.. W. X 7 35 5 Frac. N.W. 32 9 N.-E. -.25 32 1 Humboldt Agency. Sec. Tp.Ege. Mer. S. E. -.3 39 13 W. 2ndM. All i.....5 Frac. W. X --13 3 Frac. E. Frac. E. N. W. X S: Wl X L. S. 14 N. W. X All 39 25 41 30 41 32 37 32 13 16 24 26 26 27 27 28 E. X 9 ...25 N.'X 3 W: X west -Of :.c river -33 35'" 23 S. X Eetevan Agency. Sec. Tp.Kge. Mer, W..X S.E. 6 17 W. 2nd M. -.25 6 17 Prince Albert .Agency. See. Tp.Ege. Mer. S. W, --1 44 13 W. 2nd M. N. E. -.31 All..... ..35 1C AU 3 47 16 N 'W --23 44 22 .19 .21 .23 ,.31 N. X" S.W. Frac.: S. X X Frac.- S: X All All AIL. S..-W. X s; N. x s. w. x N; S. .X .35 ..25 .27 ..31 s. N, :X Frac. E. X IX Jl. s "E y' S. w. x- N. W. X- N. E, r N. E. 1 ..9 -48 7 46 ...33 46 3.X-35, 46 47 .-25 47 ...35 47 ,48 43 -'46' 45 ...23 :X N. .-.25 ;.35 5 ..27 ;33 1 ..17 22 22 -22- .22 22 22 S3, 25-, 25 25 25.-. 25 26' 26 26 26 26 26 26 28 23 3 23 A Great Chance for Investment We have secured control of five acres of choice Vancou- ver property, only- one block from electric railway. Guar- anteed to be free from heavy timber or stumps- We are selliiig this for a short time in one-quarter acre lots at One Kundred Dollars p.er.lot. ..._...: Terms easy. Get in on it now. Apply, to The Canadian Real Estate and Mjostat Co. OFFICE-BRYAN BLOCK Above the Eureka Theatre, .or P.O. BOX 387 Lethbridge, Photographic Co, Commercial Photographers end Dealers in Piioisgraptiic Supplies Rooms 1 and. 2 Oddfellows' Block Cor. Hound ana IMferhi JANE CABLE Story George Birr McCutehton The Bed Cross society held forth at Malolos. roacljiug jfradually Into countiy north. Sick and wounded uiea came Into the hospitals daily and la larger numbers tuna one would uavo supposed. The villages, or barrios, all along the line of .-idvauce saw their convents turned into hospitals. As fast as possible the nurses were hurried up to .them. Men nud women in this noble sen-ice did heroic, faithful work both for the white And the brown men who weut From the field hospitals the men were taken to the convents and treated until they were able to be moved to Manila. Further north fled Aguinalclo and Are you having Photographic troubles? Gall and we will help you. Our technical staff is always at your service, and any question will be cheerfully an-'. swered ADVICE Amateur Photographers are specially invifed TROUBLE is not in our Vocabulary _Developing, Printing and Fin- ishing done for amateurs. All work finished inside of 3 days Felt and Gravel We: will first class outfit and experienced roof- ers prepared to 'lay this Permanent Roofing on good buildings spring. Let :us tallc over cost you. this BoydJoode Ho, 5, Bryan Block ELECTIRICITY 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'" Hedpatn St. Lethbridge i: Ring Up TQ8 I .When you want BRAYING Done promptly "and. satisfactorily.- 4 V 4 4 M the Filipinos. Wheaton was ordered to cut off bis retreat; Young was killed; Cunningham took charge of the scouts who scoured the country. Parties of ten to fifteen picked men fell out in advance of the main body, seeking to develop the enemy and his defenses. These brave fellows attracted the hid- den- fire of ambush, exposed them- to all the treacheries of war- fare and afterward were mustered out with a kind word from the department They were the men who tested the ter- ritory. It .was with one of these scouting parties that Graydon Ban- semer ventured far into the- enemy's in November. Place Tour Orders for 40 3 40 3 39-4 39 6 AO 6 W. 3rd M. 41 42 N.XofS.W. Eegina Agency. Mer. s. x .v AU N. E. X >r; E. x Ev'Xof E. All TX.-K. X-'- t. N; .-2T i X- 3 ..13 -.35 21 8 21 26 21' 25: 23 26 2? 26 32 2 W. 2nd M. 27 86- 38 'Ft. 8. X W. X N. W. X AU..... N. W. X 8.---E. X Mdosejaw A.gericy. Sec. Tp.Bge. ..31 17 ..23 23 ..27 32 ..25 s -.'7 9 9 !.'as' S. -E. Frac. N.E. N.VE. X -1 x --is X 1 S. W. X N. E. X S. E. X N. X N. E. X N! W'P y x X W. X 8. W. X K.'TE. X ..21 ..23 ..87 -.27 ..33 ..35 ..'5 18 14 14 14 14 29 13 16 13 13 13 18 6 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 2 7 9 10 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 27 28 11 17 24 29 "1- 3 W. 3rd M. 7 11 .S3-10 9 11 ,.17 11 11 ..S3 11 ..17 11 -11 t t M Battleford Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge. Mer. ,17 ,35 15 W. 3rd M; .17 35 17 .21 38 18 .23 37 12 ,25 42 25 Lethbridge- Agency. -Sec.'Tp.Ege. Jfer. r. X oi L. S. 2 and-7, and S. ..35 8 22 W. 4th M. ,.25 15 20 15 20 ..31 8 26 W.Xof W 9 22 E. X -.27 10 3 W. 5th M. -S. X. --15 12 3 N.. X -.27 12 3 3 "W. X N.. E. X S. W. X S. E. X S. E. L. IJAS. FRltME A-; Satisfactiou .Guaraateed PHONE 289 :.27: 12 Calgary Agency. Sec. Tp.Ege. W. X x r. S. W. X 8.E. S. W. X All Mer. W. -ith M. W. 5th M. S. W. X S.-.W. X N. E. X. N..E. X N. W. X S. E. N. E. L. S. L S. W. s. x N. W. N. E. All. All Edmonton 'Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge. Mer. .MS 50 6 W. 5th M. 69 59 8 4th M. 59 59 59 59 X 11-12 E. 13 14.. 5 X' 5 3 X ..31 X -.17 .15 .13 ,15 .23 .25 .25 59 9 8 8' 8 8 -8 8 12 59 58 58 57 13 23 26 3 13 Red "Deer Agency. Sec. Jpr Rge. Mer. -.7 35 9 35 25 35 W. 4th M. Brandon Agency. Sec. Tp. Rge. Mer. W. X of S. W. X ...19 2 39 W. IstM. By order. P. G, KEYES. SecreUry. of the Interior, dtUwt, February 16th, 1909. 70-6 Gret our on Corrugated Iron "Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before, buying eltewhere just placed a carlond of the well-known Metal Shingle and Co.'s goods in stock mm mwmm mm O ffice and Factory Car. mil md mm 1TIEETS Telephone 153 Yrt- Plmwl95 The Habit of Adver- tising in the Herald Bespeaks Mother Cave Her Child Away. Had Given up all Hope or Living. Heart Trouble Cured by Mllbura's Heart and Nerre Pills. Mrs. Andrew Savoy, N.B., year 1905 I WM Ukcn and did not think I could'live any leng; h of time. My -trouble trot with my heart and people told me that nothing could bo d'.ne for a case like mine. I cousultcd tho very best but they could do me no good. For seven I could hardly CTOHS the Boor. I 'had no pain, but was no weak nobody in the world can believe bow I felt. 1 Jud given up all hopes of living had given my little girl to my aiater- in-law. .One day friend to me, and calling me by name, said, Lizzie, if I you I would try a dose of Milburn's Heart and Xerve Pills as they are good for heart trouble.' My husband got me box, but for two days I was not feeling "any better, but on the fourth day my husband said, I believe thoso pills are doing you good.' I was able to "say, I feel a good-deal better this morning.' He said, 'Well, I will get you another box right away.' I took two boxes and three doses out of tho third one, and I waa perfectly well and have not been sick since then. "I will never be "without them in my home for God knows if it Bad not been for Mil- burn's Heart and Nerve Pills, I would not have been alive now." Price 50 cents per box, 3 for 11.25, at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milbnrn Co., Limited, Toronto, Out. CHAPTER XXII. REGORIO DEL PILAR, the picturesque Filipino leader, about whom sor much has been written in praise by the war cor- respondents, was leading his men back into tie danger fields, inviting the "American pursuers into' "-every trap wnich his crafty bruin could devise. Captain Grbce, with a company of in- fantry, was following him closely and doggedly Into the fastnesses far to the north! Village, after village was dev- astated by. the white troops, always a few hoursVfifter .tlic wily Pilar hnd evacuatedL laughed ;n tbeir deceptive sleeves At the Americans and misdirected them with impunity. In eight cases "out of ten the amigo wore arms underrieath, bis garment of friend- ship and slew in -the dark wiieuever opportunity arose. Graydon Bausctner was one of. tliis doughty; com- pany -which blazod the way into the hills. Close came the bigger and stronger' forces, .with guns a nd horse, and the .hospital corps. It waa hunt -of deatli-for Aguinaldo and after, day break one morning a slim, black figure crept out f rooi among the trees, and gave: the counter- sign to the challenging sentry. He Tvas soon on Ms way to the captain's headquarters bearing .news of Impor- tance. .The brown skinned scout had traveled all night over- a hazardous route, and he was more than welcome. He brought news -that Pilar's men were on! to the the north, well Intrenched and prepared "to fall upon the Americans when they .advanced bHndly into the trap laid for them. The newspaper men pricked up their :-ears and at once looked to a box off1 carrier pigeons wbich formed 'a most Important part of their pilgrimage, A fight was at naiad, doubtless aa impor- tant meeting of the clashing The whole army was waiting for Intel- IJgence of waiting with ilttte less anxiety than that which' attached Itself to the pursuit of Aguinaldo. Captain Groce ordered Sergeant Gan- nett with a picked reconnoiter They scurried "off In advance of ttw iMtractions the elusive enemy open up tlic secret of his posjtion. Supposedly Tilar was ten miles off amoug the rocky foothills wbich guarded the: pass through the osoiintaias. As usual, Bansemer was one of ttie scouts. He snatched ills ratiocs with tbe others and went forth eagerly to court tbe danger and .excitement that was prom- ised. For days they had bad no fight- ing worthy tbe uarne. Amigos every- where, villages peopled only by wom- en and children, treacherous peaceful- ness side." This had been their occasional rifle shot from the rice fields, a crackle of guns far ahead, a prisoner or two who had not been quick enough in trans- forming himself from combatant to friend, that was all. Now there seem- ed to he real fighting ahead. Pilar was known to have many men soldiers all of them. Tbe native scout gave close and accurate direc- tions as to his position. It remained for Cornell's men to draw him out if possible. Captain Groce and the re- mainder of his eager company did not i march" until'" ibnjr after seoats were on their precarious way. "Two hours after the party of eleven" left the village a Mauser bullet from a clump of trees far to the right cut through tbe hat of one of the. scouts who was some distance in advance of his fellows. As he saw the scout stoop to pick up his bat Rogers turned to the man nearest him and remarked: "They'll get .him sure as shootin' some dny if he hikes along in .that fool way." 'v---v It was no new .experience for the scouts to. find the quarry gone when they reached the place where they ex- pected to. find.rhim. Pilaus own scouts had found that the ambnseade was destined to fail of its purpose, and the wily leader drew back: intqr the more accessible country. The..scouting party did not. come in sight of the little "brown soldiers. Sefore noon they were far up in the hills, everywhere met by the physical assurance that the enemy, was not far ahead of thera. Behind them came Captain Groee and his men and the two correspondents. Ainigos along the mountain road gave not worth having. A deserted village showed signs of the passnge, and. finally there was proof ahead tiiat Tilar.had. stop- ped to-give battle. He hnd "reached his vantage ground. Connell and his men-drew back and waited. Nightfall came and with it .the spiteful crack of the Mauser ;rifie. A trooper toppied over with a great hole in. his head. pickets1'Could" see HkeL cats iu the nigh L The. native scout reported the big villnge of.: Con- was not f.-ir were making ..their this nitber importaat" stronghold. get a" scrap that is'a "scrap. exultiugly. ..fellows arc going to put up .a 6ght at. last. bees up .yonder. We'vp got to. full: -back on the com- pany, If-.we-'dpa't, they-11 chew before the little get to us." Tod'well did. tbe men know the belli- cose teinperameiif of :the big Ir'ishmau to'th'mk-of grnmbiing at a .com- was with a certain reluc- .tani-e which invaria-bly accompanies.a men retired .to meet the advancing company. Yunng B.-msemer in khaki uni- form was uot the dehon- naire man.of the drawing room. Serv- ice, though 'short, had been hard; and grueling. His face vvns even hand- somor with its rugged lines and set feataros. He V.TIS tbinner UIK! brown- er; his eyes, were <'Iwirer, and a darker j liis hair..-st'ciued Jhic-kcr aad j fnircT thuu !iis fcniv more i oret-t and sinewy ..Thf wistful look in .1 eyes SfL-med in for j afiion; bis ever to be on ;hV .move Ills of his 'w-eiikiiuss Ilr h the. lean. active uBarini: flu- arid the rostli-ss diirir.g of aniiiDil. F A Transfer Business J with one of the best connections in Lethbridge, to be gold y at once, consisting of f Eight Teams, Wagons, etc. NEW BARN standing on .three lots, .in the centre of the city. For further particulars apply THE Fashion Cafe IS NOW OPEN Everything new, clean and up-to-date. White waitresu- es. Excellent menu, Short orders at all hours QUONG SANG Proprietor Ford Street, beside Post Office Block Everything in season served tastily at The Male Restaurant Coaldale Block P.O. BOX 27 1 LETHBRIDGE GET W.L THE AUCTIONEER For Your Next Sale They tmy the Intnmt i .Is a good place to go for ft good meal. 1' .Open Day ana Night Short Orden at all Houn Oliver Block Phone 228 Imported Silks In Ladies' and Gentle- men's Wear and in Web at Chow Sam's OUR PRICES Defy tompeuuon Have you seen our assort- ment of CHINESE AND JAPANESE WARE Chow Sam Co. A. L. Wholesale Liquor Merchant PkoneSO When looking for your, spring supply for anything in the We would be glad to have you call and inspect pur stock We know we can give you complete satisfaction in both quality and price of goods. If ycm require a stove, our steel range THE SURPRISE at combines quality with low prices This is a modern and serviceable stove: Anticipating a heavy demand for BUPERS' HARDWARE we stocked a complete line. Let us show you our stock. If you are a carpenter, we can supply you with anything you require in CARPENTERS' TOOLS We hear many kind words re- garding our complete supply of Tinware, Graniteware and Kitchen Helps We would like to show you some of our labor-saving articles in this line. All our BATHROOM FIXTURES are of the best quality, durable, and of attractive design, Let us show you that the old-tttablished firm knows how to look after your ia hardware and aave you money D A V W. OKAY LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA J ;