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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta IfTMMlMI, ALTA., MONDAY, MAftOH V, 1. Her First Bike Hide 2. Kiug 3. The Gambler 4. Odd Pair of Limbs o N 'SOMEBODY" I5c and 25c. TflERAFFERTY'SJi i kf Irish Coiitiy CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE In Gnetuand the new Grayt. of Good Taste will appreciate the elegance of our new Double Breasted Sack Suits. The styles are absolutely correct and rendered doubly attractive by the Fancy English Worsteds we have used. SPORTS To Suffer From Headaches Makes Life Miserable. It Ukaa a. pMvon that has had or ia tub- tohaadicaea to tuflforing which them. majority of OUM an by con- and dyspepsia. Tho dull throb- binga, intaoM pain, sometimea in part, sonfttimw in another, and then over the city employ. Last year he ap- the bead, varying in its by the oaBM which brings it on, purely indi- that there is something matter CAPPY. SMART WILL _ KEFEKEU NO MORE Calgary, March Smart, the greatest referee of them all in the clean break game, has decided to give up refereeiug the bouts.' This will be bad news, and a bad blow to the game in Calgary. As every person knows Mr. Smart occupies an important position In proached the mayor and aldermen ami suggested that perhaps it would bo better for him to cut out the ref- ereeing business. He. said it mitrht. not be just the thing for an official o'f city :ii.nri certain persons nvsrht object to it. But the members of the council last year whom he con- sulted would not interfere, and tokl with tbe stomach or bowels. To fact that Burdock Blood Bitters reaches every part of the system is .due its success in re- lieyimc permanently curing headache. It proven a specific for tho malady in all its forma. him to go ahead and referee because A A A A A A he had a good influence over the '-4- sport. So he proceeded. r Yesterday he made the suggestion to the commissioners. The com- missioners of the same opinion as he was, though they had not in- tended to interfere, but only their opinion when he asked That being the case. Mr. Smart ivill not referee the bout on Mo-nda.v r.ight next. This is unfortunate. His presence as referee kept -the sport clean. In addition to knowing -the game, he would stand no monkey business of any kind. a.nd none was ever attemnt ed. He knew just how to Hold the AMD 4- f Mrs. Allison E. BrcAnij Sum- merfield, N.B., writes 'I have been tronbled with Constipation and Headaches for a long-time. After trying different doctowtono effect, asked me to try Bttrdock Blood Bitters. I find I am completely cured after taking three bottlaa. I mn aafely it to all." for can of beeiuse paint that' unbeatable (or withctsniing the peculiar Wcffom climate. The Wise Met rf At Look for on every Can of Paint 1RST of ill oil elected fcr Paint distinctly erior quality of pure Mani- of the point depends on the sa dw quality o( the 'oil Therefore, tke greater body toughnoM and elasticity of the oil we use give Ptint extraor- dinary U ITH inttK-poriltd punt White Oxide of Ziac in the exact ptvwuxw to produce m pMBt Pimarkibic (or Jtfliily. wd covering captcity. A MwlM t tkit T'S the phenomenal Air- ability of Utterly hetf of 100 the choice ofTKeWito inf the big rabowl rind elevator wood and von. Show that you are a wite man, too, by painting your house and barn with HAYR BROS. General Hardware Sole Agents Lethbridge Alti, both sides and a stiff game is expect j ed. The municipal team, won by a} score of 7 to 6 lasl year, when 5.000 Daily Herald Market Place have to sell or to rest place it ii this colani. If you wait use tbis 25c ox iBsertioa 6 iosertiois for McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridie. MILK RIVER The-'little son of Mrs. ii died last .Saturday night, and was Milk River, March snow- Monday. This is -the secoiui storm Thursday stopped field work child Mrs. Jorgenspn has lost since couple of days she came to Milk Our -heart-. Milk River is beginning; to felt exteudedto the: be. juuijv xvivtri is LU iiitvu ,1. AT -i different aspect. Another livery bam j 'a'a lamilv several other! 'Miss Anna-Tomfohr returned Thurs day..from-Minnesota where she was] called on account of the 'death of weeK April to decidi mother. Her father; J. H. Tomfohr. j baseball championship of 1909. has been put up buildings' are in progress of beioc built. Mrs. Obom is having, a .house and. barn built on his pre-emption. Hft and will spend mil -move into them as soon as thev with--his- sons, .Henrv are completed. and George. Mr. Oscar Fitzmaurjce had a car- Henry Ellert. of Glencoe, Minneso- load of horses shipped up from came, back 'last: week- after game, and when it looked Hke witnessed the The min- house he shut down on it at- ister.s- were favorites from the time ance. Probably he did' more thaniMavpr-Moore threw first ball in- any person else-to keep the boxing j field untilCouncilman John vithin bounds, and as long as he was p. Gray, a graduate of the rounil- -eferec the public knew that it was -ball days, lifted -over the leajrue all right. A-number of boxing enthusiasts are i waiting upon the'com- missioners and pointing out these facts and suggesting that they chancre their decision. SITUATIONS VACANT Box S 82.0 ground fence arid scored a homa runj WANTED Women dishwashers 17 VL AT thus closing the game. CALGARY WILL HAVE THE WHITE SOX Calgary, March uniform.! of Calgary Club -will be-the same as that of tho famous Chicago White ARXST TO COME TO CANADA Boston, March Arnst. "of -New Zealand, the world's cham- pion professional sculler, is to the.United States next May in ths hope; completing arrangements for a race for the championship with Dur Duman> the Canadian professional pants, blue shirts with sculter. white stocldngs and belt. I In a letter to a friend in this citv A-letter read from Charlie written .fronr Aukland, K.Z., Arnat Crist who reported that he was that he .will leave Akaroa. in-r Kood progress towards cettine a1 7-A immediately after Easter Mxmdav team, although he had not signed UD come States anyone yet, but would wait a iev. on nis way: to England where he wDl days till' be could get ifline on more" handicau good plavers jja July. and.-where he will meet El-- Letters were also received: Barir; an. English sculler for Barnstead, tie 1907 Calbary s title, some time 3n Sen- er, and BiU Reeves, another old-Cal-jtember; gary player, asking lor jobs. Several' other letters were-also received. PREA CHEHS TO PLAY CITY; North last Tuesday. They arrived in his old home :aiwi 1 with his old friends. Dr. William J. pastor Pilgrim Consrregatibnai Church, preparing to challenge on behalf of the Spokane Ministerial Association to the city council of "Spokane. to meet on the any. day the April to decide tlie E.' V. Lambert, president of the Ci-tv Council, who captained the munid- pjil. team- in 1S08, s'ays -he wiU jrive bis men the first try-out -in ten days; but he -does -not believe -he .can iret .them in shape until: about tbe middle Maj'-. There are several former college ;and professional players on lis letter, states that at i present tie is engaged in coaching I Fo.arwell, a promising .New Zealander i a: match race on Easter Monday, and" that inimediately after that race-he will, start on his long of journey, Purnan has is offered to row: for a side, and bass agreed to-allow Arnst lor expenses: He believes his race with Durnan will: bid. at Toronto. 'but savs personally Jie would; be in favor L of stenographer good wages to right party. Alex aiidra Cafe, corner Round and "Duf ferin Streets.. gg-O for housecleaning. Wanted at once. Apply-at Dallas Ho- tel. '85-0 good reliable, steady man, to take position as bank porter. Apply- Herald. .87-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE PROPERTY FOR lots with house (5 rooms, good sta- price cash, balance easy. Apply Alberta Realty Co-. 84.0 FOR new house on Westminster Road, near new stand pipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation and cellar. cash. Balance easy. Alberta Realty-Co. ON SALE FOR A FEW DAYS ONLf room house. All modern conveniences. One of the best con structed. houses in the city. Wit1-, twio large lots. Price moderate. Wi'l be] ready to be occupied about rli- middle of; April. Apply .on. premises, Argyle Ave., near Westminster Road or'P. 0. Box 170, Lethbridge, Alta. 88-0 FOR Hotel, furnish- ed. Good only hotel in Magrath. Call or- write Alvia 0. Rich, Magrath. 8Sr6 general seryant. None other need apply. Good wages. Apply to Mrs. Rylands, 601 Bartlett St., or .to -Hudson's Bay Store 87-0 class waitress: Model Restaurant. dining room once. Chow Sam Co. Class Waitress. Ab- ply Alexandra Cafe. 8S-P 2 WAITRESES to Box 7, Herald Office. dining loom girl. Apply Balmoral Hotel. 90_0 selecting: the course that would yield, the largest revenue, 'Of course, I should much prefer to row, home.water.' Amst adds, 'but I can practicaljle, tmtl I have sufficient con- fidence in- my own ability to meet both and. Barry over courses in own countries, with which they are perfectly and.-office Apply Herald, Office. 90-0 .good general servant. Apply G.' Simmons, -322 Ash- mead St. FOR. SALEr-Two acres, house and stable, on Crabb St. Apply P. Q. Box 95. Telephone- 114. Y, Chow; 91-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR two complete steam plowing outfits and all- kinds-of farm equipment; Address Carmangay Farm Co.'; .Caxmangay PI Aita: -Sec. 31, Tp. 13, R. 23, W. 4- 72-24 FOR 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, in tb'e centre, of the .city. For further p'arV ticulars apply P.O. Box 27, Leth- bridge. 83-0 SECOND-HAND is; the food away things that you can't, use or -wear, such as cast off clothing- etc. I pay cash, 'for old clothing, shoes, hats, guns; pwt9l8, 'all kinds of musical iiartruments, trunks, and satchels, call'at The Al- "bertan.' Second-Hand Store, JRedpath ttr o n- SEALED TENDERS will ed by the undersigned until 9 o'ftok p.m. Wednesday, April 7th bv erection of a- bank building ti grain, for the Bank ol real. Plans and may tar teen at the areiUtect'jj in the Maodonatf Block at Lethbridge, A1U., and at tbe Ifanaaert Bank of Montreal, at Magrath. The lowest or any tender.not necessarily accepted. JAMES A. MACDONALD, 9M v irehitoit. TENDERS TEN DEES will be received by the undersigned, not later than noon 49th March, 1909, for the erection of a re-inforced concrete building in bridge for R. E. Sherlock; Kaa. Flans, etc., can be obtained at fices of W. M. Dodd; Architect bridge and Calgary. Tenders must be accompanied by a certified cheque for 6 per cent, of the value. No tender will necessarily be ac- cepted. ERNEST E. CARVER, Mgr, NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore vxistirig tweei J. Wung Yett and Mah Tai at Grassy Lake, Alberta has oeen die-' solved; J. Wang Yett having bought out the interests of Mah Tai All out- standing ace >unts should be forward, ed at once to J. Wung Yttt, Graesv Lake Alberta.- PUBLIC NOTICE St.' next to McKenzie Co: Box Write 8T-6' Spring Announcement. 1909 this store has stood for qaality at the lowest prices consistent .with quality, but nothing so cheap as to That this policy has steadily been holding its own against :tbe counterclaim cheapness only- the wbriderful devel- opnient of this store has made abundantly manifest. Walk in and inspect our new spring wliich in- clude direct importations from London, New York and Ghicago, arid you find quality and worth go with-every article and every fabric. We have many Mnes cannot be duplicated this vicinity, prices are reasonable SOME OF THE LINES JUST PLACED IN STOCK HOUSE Carpet squares; new-designs jeoioo.- Nairn's Scotch linoleums. Cork-carpet plain.and figured Lace curtains. Table-covers. Brass extension rods. Window shades. racks. Towels and towelling. Sheets and pillow cases. Table linens. Table cloths and ..napkins. Pillows; quilts. Flannelette blankets from 90c LetHbridge blankets. Comforters. Etc. DRY GOODS English calicos. English: sheetings. Dress goods. Costume patterns. Muslins.- Foulards. Popleries. .India Pongees, Mnen .bordure. Cretonnes." Art "sateens. Flannelettes. Apron -gingharps. Dress. ginghanis. FOR 20th Century Clothing. Cluett shirts and collars. W.G. K. shirts and collars Tooke shirts and collars, Florsheim shoes. Hawes hats. Panama hats. Stetson hats. Caps of air kinds. English shirts. Pajama suits. .Sets of vest buttons ia cases. Belts, braces and ties. Plain and fancy half-hose. Cash's poplin ties. Pirn's poplin ties. Light underwear. LADIES' WEAR DEPT. P; D. Corsets, al] styles and sizes. Coits and skirts. Underskirts. Minerva whitewear. Minerva blouses. Fownes gloves. Ribbons. Frillings and ruchings. Plain, and fancy hosiery. Hair rolls, pads and nets. Haii curlers and wavers. Aprons-and Coveralls.- Cotton underwear. Umbrellas, sunshades. Linen handkerchiefs. Belts, combs, etc. V Our grocery stock is the largest and best in the district. We can supply you in wholesale quantities at loirest inarkft consistent with the quality we always maintain. Two of our specials are Bam Lai Tea and Mecca Coffee, which have not yet been beaten either for: quality or value. boot; and shoe dept.. contains best Canadian and American makes for ladies, gentlemen and children and rubbers of all kinds and we repeat "our prices are boots for engineers and contractors. A complete line of Boeckh's brooms, and brushes. We have in transit 4 cars containing general hardware, granite and tinware, nails, barb wire, woven wire-fencing, etc., etc. If interested call and get our figures. Orders and enquiries by mail or phone, receive prompt and careful attention, If you are.not already a customer, we shall be pleased to add you to the list which has been steadily growing.since the business was established in 1885. Limited AJberU M. BARFOtD, Dirtctor 'generar ser- vant. Apply to Mrs. Vrooman. cor. -Bompas and Bartlett Sts. 91-0 SITUATIONS WANTED once, dressmaking by the day. Experienced in all lines of ladies' clothes, "Apply :io Miss Mv J. Schmltz, City. WANTED-rA position as assistant book keeper by young lad; Good ref- erences. Apply Post Office Box 356. POSITION Competent men want position as engineer and steersman" on steam- plough.; Apply Box L., i; WANTEDr-By middle aged lady, po- sition as housekeeper or .dre Apply Box 9, Herald Office. RENT- WANTED TO small house Apply Box 12, Herald. 8716 TO room for two gentlemen. Apply G. Ogston, P. 0. Box 575 or at house near Fair i Grounds. 90-6 FOR yomig milk cow and cheap: Apply Jas. Simm, WaUwork St., North Ward. 91-6 FOR sow pigs, good breed. Apply Bailey St., 91-3 LANDS FOR SALE FOE section, two milea south of Taber. Twelve dollars per acre- Twelve-hundred dollars down v in easli: in five years. Apply to John Hog- lund, corner of London Rd. and Ash- mead Sts., Lethbridge. 89-6 FQR: acres miles from Raymond; 40 acres -winter wheat; 190 acres :in stubble, balance good prai- rie. Gin be had; for cish, and: the balance on half crop pay- ments with interest At 8 per cent. For further information, apply to the Canadian Real Estate and Adjustment Co., sole. owners.; Office room 9 Bryan Block ;0ver the Eureka theatre or Box 387; Lethbridge, Alta. 91-6 FOR inclusive in Block 4, Duff addition. They lie nice, face north on water main, on London tRoad. Price cash each, j bal. on very easy, terms at 6 per cent. Apply Box D., Herald Office. quiet single room for use in the day by respectable young man. Address J. A. Pettman, P. 0. Box 677. 90r6 TO; room nicely furnish- ed suitable for two -respectable men. Apply to Mrs. Robert AdamV Fisher south of RedpathVSt.- LOST brown gelding, four years old, branded R4 on right side and MU on left shoulder. Strayed .from near Diamond City. Reward for re. turn to J. Ward-, Leth- bridge. sorrel horse, branded in- verted V over R on ,left shoulder. SRR diagonally on left hip. Reward for recovery. R. Mobdie, P. O. Box 486. 22-3 91-3 Saturday afternoon, be- tween Round St. and 'Crabb an envelope cpjataining a large sum of money. Finder will be liberally re- warded returning same to Herald umce. 91-6 BOARDERS WANTED Attract Like a Band of Music That's what our .shovr cards and price tickets do. Jf you have attractive show and price tickets Us will stop to read what you to say. if your, goods are right they will work; wonders for you. U you want more business get our SHOW CARDS AND PRICE TICKETS. They are in style and make up. .Order your Easter Show Cards 1 now.' ThcNicholIsSignCo. 3M Redpath St., Lethbridge, and at Calgary Winnipeg Odd Sections to be opened for steading April COERECTING LIST Public Notice is hereby given, that tbe following parcels, of-land were in- advertently included in the Notice of the 16th of February, 1909, ol odd- numbered sections to, be opened for homeeteading on and after the of Ipril next, the said parcels not now being at the disposal1 of the Depart- Winnipeg Agency Sec. Tp. Kf e. Mer. S. 3-4 S. X ot L. S. 5r6...... 37 7 8.ElftM. E. X 23-30-29A. W. M. S. E. X W. 1st. M. and W. X 25-28-59 W. 1st M., wrongly ncluded in Winnipeg Agency, erred to Dauphin Agency.) Dauphin Agency Sec. Tp, Rge. Mer. All 21 21 34W. IstM. V. E. X......... 23 30 29A. E. X 25 28 29 W. X 25 28 29 YorMou Agencjr Sec.' Tp. Ute. Her. S.........i 25 2T 3 W. 2nd M- Estevan Agency Sec. Tp. Rge. Mer, fc E. X 13 ff 17W, ItadM, Prince Albert Agency Sec. Tp: Jftge. Mer. S. W. X 1 44 13W, 3ndM. S E. X 5 45 3 Hoosejaw Agency Sec. Tp. Rge. Mer- Pt. S X 31 17 2W. 3rd M. Lethbridge Agency Sec. Tp. Rge. Her. N E. X 25 IS 30W. 4th M, K. X 31 8 26 Calgary Agency Sec. Tp. Rge, Mer. 5 E. X 9 SO M. Edmonton Agency Sec.-Tp. Rge. Mer. W. X 5 58 29W. 4th M. Battleford Agency Sec. Tp. Rge. Mer. fi. W. X 21 38 18W. 3rd M. By order, P. G. KETES, Secretary. Department of the Interior, Ottawa, March 6th, 1909. 814 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno is the sole head ol a family, or any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a quarter-wfltiop of available Dominion land-in Uani- tbba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The .applicant must appear in person at ithe Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district.' Entry by proxy may be made at "any afenfif tar of intending homesteader. months' qpoo and cultivation of the land in ead> of three years; A hornesieadtr .may live within, nine miles of hia home stead on 4 farm of at least 80 aorss solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homegtoadttr in good standing may prc.empt a quarter-section-alongside hie j stead. Price per acre. Datiea, -Must reside six months in of six years from date of horoeataad entry the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A -homesteader who has .exhausted hip homestead right and. cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may Uke a pur- chased homestead in certain dittriota. Price per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth 1300.00. WW.COHY. Deputy Minister of the publication- of- Uiis Advertisement will not paM for. BOARDERS strictly, modern house, with hot and cold i water, bath, .etc., close in. Apply 425, Bartlett St. 8WH NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT Notice is hereby given that I have impounded in the city pound near Isolation Hospital, on March 24th, the following animals: 1 red heifer .calf, no visible brand. 2 red and white heifer visible brand. 1 red .and white bull calf. JOS. OILLESPIE, 90-0 Chief of Police. H. Morris, con- tractor for the moving of buildings. Will work under contract or by the day. Office Crabb St., 1st north ol A. Southard's ESTABLIPHFD 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital..................... Resen-eand Undivided f: Drafts Money Orders Leiton of Credit Baringi Bank CoaWtU Sf, ;