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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1909. PAGE FIVE 1. Mephisto's Son 2. Cleaner b1. Miss Hold's Puppets O N O- Littln Sailor BOYS" 1. NaDull ,-iwl Bull the clever sketch twini '2. Ford and Ford in a musie- ;d irmst ful child violinist on the See tkis Mark! BOYCOTT OF AMERICAN GOODS Japanese Making Strange Enforce- ment of Pure Food Law Victoria, B. _C.f March a boycott of American goods under the guise of enforcement of a "pure food law" has been started against Ameri- can foods in Japan is the statement of a weakly newspaper published at Yokahama according to mail advic- received here. The "For some unexplained reason exc'ep-' tional action has been taken under the "pure food law." Japanese of- ficials backed by police oflicers havo boon calling upon foreign and native j grocers and confiscating their stocks] of certain brands of goods. Strange to say ;he goods confiscated have been American goods only and the' j officials did not even look at the Bri-1 tish. German and French that were i strongly in evidence. Another fea- IULV of these strange proceedings was i that, nearly all the articles confiscat- j ed bore tin.- stamp of the American board and each package was! printwi with all the names of the-I ingrain-its contained. The loss to; dealer.? is a serious one. j look lor on an of Paint? Simply because .means point that is unbeatable for withstanding the peculiar Western climate. lit ut gift aitttan TTieWiseMcnoftlicWcstLookfor on every Can of Paint of -all. the oil for F'sintisadistincdy sup- erior quality of pure Mani- tobaLinseed. edged that the "life" of the paint'depends on the en the quality of the oil. Therefore, she greater body- toughness and elasticity cf the oil we use give Paint extraor- dinary Jy 1TH ire incorporated pure While Lead tad pure Oxide of Zinc in the exact proportions to produce a ptinl remarkable (or Jcnsily. opaqueness and covering capacity. A pwnl so thoroughly clastic thai it wOl withstood the eraclunj cold o( 40 below and the blistering beat of 100 degreei. TS the phenomenal dur- ability of Paint mat has madeit the choice of "The Wise Men of the includ- ing the big railroad and [elevator companies, for pre- serving wood and iron. Show that you ere a wise man. too, by painting your house and barn with PROPERTY FOR SALE PROPERTY FOR SALE-3 lots with house (5 rooms, good sta- ble; price f400.00 cash, balance easy. Apply Alberta Realty Co- 84.0 LOST One brown gelding, four yean old, branded R4 on right side and MU on left shoulder. Diamond City. Strayed from new Reward flO for re- turn to J. Barrow, North Ward, Leth- briclgr. HAYR BROS. General Hardware Sole Agents Lethbric'ge Alta. new house on APP, irATinMs Road, near runv stand APPLIyATIQNS pipe, C rooms, brick founda'iou and Jli be received by the undergign- cellar. cash "Balance I ed until Monday, the 5th day easy. Alberta Really Co. j 1909 for the joint office of Fire Chirf ______________.......... ________ land Building Inspector for the Cilgr POT? CM T v rr of Lethbridge at a salary of or T acres ;ind hou8e Per raonth- Please state oraoo bt. Apply to Y. Chow, P 0 (and send references. Box 05, Lethbridge. 85-G ON SALE FOR A FEW PAYS OJfLV UQUSC. G. W. ROBESTSOK. Secretary-Treasurer. TENDERS by aoi .later than noon 29th Ctaof t stnicted jn city two lots. Price m'-derate Wi" 109- fo'r the erection of a be ready i.o be occupied abon't -1, middle of April. Apply on premise Argyle Ave., uear Westminster Roa or 0. Box 170, It's the Trade Mark and the plain price mark sewn on the breast pocket of every genuine Semi-ready Coat. So many dealers try to decenre we want those who seek us to find that Trade Mark is our sign. We can finish you a suit in an hour fit it to your exact size tailor it to your your ideas, impressions and yoor and the suit will save you and gain you money and satisfaction. jNO POLICEMEN !N ACTIVE MILITIA j New Military Order Exempts Them i from Service Ottawa, March to militia orders, no policeman may i I hereafter join the active militia. mi mm Bnais mm No Wonder They .Cure Has Now Been Found .ft is a strange thinjj about eczema. After wasting money on _ ex-nipt from military service! dosing the stomaoh or smearing Miss M. TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv-: ed by the undersigned up to one. o'- j clock, p.m., on April 10th for the i u-hole of the work required in the erec tion 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. Department of the Interior, Ottawa, March 81-4 Hammond Dumb silence hold the cursed lanri And man aod horse were eaual' position as brutes; i book keeper by young lad. Good ref- Calsrary. or C, B. Bowman. assistant But lo! last night the mallard band j erenc0lS- Came whistling, sweet as southern flutes. Apply Post Office Box 356. 85-0 C. B. BOWMAN, Secretary Board of Management of Gait Rospital, Alta. The rolling prairie's all a-steam: i The gladdened cattle hillward drift; In bluest skies the white clouds; dream, i And POSITION WANTED Competent men want position as engineer and steersman on steam plough. Apply Box L., Herald. i Lethbridge, March 15, 1909. BOARDERS WANTED BOARDERS a strictly Office. 90-6! The healthiest peoples of TO RENT. the world drink the most of it. j Winter's keen smart and wearv ririft. The sodden brown of last year's j grass, tire gone like sjnoke, for far and; wide i BOARD AND ROOMS-Board acd i The" range is greening as we pass, i room.s, provided at 621 Sound St. Rea- But it is good advice to say, "Don't drink the wrong Some beer causes biliousness. Alberta's Pride does not. Alberta's Pride beer is both good and good for you.j Nine people in ten would be better for drinking it. CUEEI> m Alberta's Pride is a home beer, because of its ab- [solute purity. It is aged for months, then filtered, then iterilized. There are no after effects. sonable terms. Apply at residence. 85-G The pinto strikes fresh gopher mines ______ _ Upon the Chinook's -fragrant And we forget, in spring's sweet sitms BOARD Room and board for We evcf knew the winter's wrath, .vor'n? men at '210 Coutts St. two i 85-6 i ONE BAY WANTED TO RENT-A small house i i i Apply Box 32, Herald. 87.6 i j TO room for two ipo'ritlemen. Apply O. Ggston, P. 0. j Box 575 or at house near. Fair Grounds. go.g Iberta's Pride Ask the Brewery Bottling CMUHD Beer is sometimes substituted Alberta's Pride To aroid beiif iiposed ipoi, see tie The Beer that made Lethbridge Famous M'un.ron's Cold Remedy Relieves the hiiad, throat nnd 'uiigs almost imraodinte- !y. Checks Fevers, stops Dischnrges oZ the nose, takes away aclios nnd pains caused by colds. It cures Grip nnd ob- stinate Coogbs and prevents Pneumonia. Price 23c. Have you stiff or swollen Joints, no mut- ter horr chronic? Ask yonr druggist Munyon's Mhcumatism Kemedy and see how quickly you will onred. If you have any kidney or blidder tron> Me set Munyon'3 Kidney Remedy. Mnnyon's VltalUer makes weak and restores lout j WANTED TO RENT-A small house j or cottage. Apply C. L: B., Tele- phone office. 89-2 j---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- i ROOMS to the I over-crowded condition of all the city j hotels, the Board of Trade, in of- t c3er to help supply accommodation for visitors to the city, wish to get j in communication with any person I who has one or more rooms that they would let for the night or by the week. The list of rooms available will be given to the hotels who will send transients to occupy them. An- swer in writing, stating exact loca- tion of room and price required by the day or week. J. W. McNicol. Secy. Board of Trade. 89eod GAR5UTT BUSINESS COLLEGE Stafford Block Teaches the touch system of 25 stu- dents were enrolled during the first month this school held its sessions here. Ex- pert instruction in busi- ness subjects (ind short- hand. Both evening and day sessions. Call or or particulars to Gee. J. Schmidt. Prin. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any _ person who Is the sole head'ol a family, or any male over 18 yean of-Messrs. Osier, old. may homestead a quarter-sectioD i, Winnipeg, Lloyd of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. applicant must appear in: person st the Dominion Lands Agency- or Sub- Management Agency for the" district.', by. Lethbridge, may be made .ati any agenoy ter of .intending homesteader.' months' residence upon and cultivation of, the land in each I of three years. "A homesteader -may live within nine of. his home- stead on a farm of at least solely owned and occupied by. him or by.his father, mother, >on, daughter, brother or sister. t In certain districts a homesteader, in good standing may pre-empt j quarter-section alongside his home- stead.' Price per acre. Duties, -Must reside six months in. eacft I of sis years from date of homestead i entry (including the time required to jearn homestead patent) and cultivate' j fifty acres extra; A homesteader who has exhausted iii? homestead right and cannot ob- 1 tain a pre-emption may take a-, pur- I chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. Beside six months in each of i years, cultivate fifty acres and .erect I a house worth i W.W.CORY. j Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication oi this advertisement not be paid for. ESTABLISHED 1864 WANTED-A quiet single room for use in the day time, by respectable young man. Address J. A. Pettman, 0 Box 677. 90-6 I-IEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits........ Accousfs of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department LethbrHge Branch Block, St. ;