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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ilTHtniDOl, ALTA., TUESDAY, MARCH M, I Ml. 1. Her First Bike Hide 2. King Scatterbrains 3. The Gambler 4. Odd Pair of Limbs SON 'SOMEBODY5' PricM ISc 25c. CUM TURNER. Sim in1 Dacciif THE RAFFERTY'S a bif Irish CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE Had Trouble and Shortness of Breath For Six Years. Was and Thin-Only Weighed Pounds Now Weighs One Hundred and Thirteen. .and Brown Leghorn cockerels. The pullets from this cross will be black they will be good laying birds, quid growers, and good all rouuc fowl. I think the best cross, how- ever, that I have ever seen was in our pen when in the Cki Country. This was a cross between White Brahma hens and Silver Penciled Hamburg cockerels. Any breed or cross of poultry must, oi course, be kept clean, dry and warm in the win- ter time. They need good grain, not fed as it is a waste'to feed frozen feed to poultry. With proper care, there is good money in .poultry raising- When you find your heart the least bit out of rhythm, your nervta unhinged, your breath short, don't wait until you are pro- strated on a bed of sickness. Take Mil- burn's Heart and Nerve Pills. They'll put you in such condition you'll never know you have a heart, make your nerves strong and your -whole being thrill with new life. Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills cured Mrs. K. E. Bright, Burnley, Ont. She writes: "I was greatly troubled, for six Tears, with my Bieart and shortness of treath. I not walk eighty rods with- out resting four or five times in that short distance. I got so weak and thin I only weighed seventy-three pounds. I decided at last to take some of Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills, and after taking eight boxes I gained in strength and .weight, and now weigh one hundred and thirteen pounds, the most I ever weighed in my life. I feel well and can work as well as over I did, and can heartilv thank Milburn's Heart aud Nerve Pills' for it all." Price .50 cents per box or 3 for fl.25 at all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt-of-price'by The T. Milburn Ca, please the people of our ciiy in thea. RESULT UNCHANGED By Count of Disputed Ballots in Mac- leod Macleod, March is estimated that the putcoaie of the. investigation into the tendered ballots made, re- 'sulted in favor of Mr. McNeill and against Mr. Genge. The ballots were not counted, and the results will not be known for. a certainty until April 1, when a full recount will be made by the returning officer. The vote will be close. In done TO THE- of the v" utmost PUBLIC fact that I in the past to Limited, Toronto, Onfc SOME POULTRY POINTERS 'By Thomas James, Cochrane, Alber- ta I have been among poultry all my life, and- as many people find it diffi- cult to provide vegetable food in win- ter, I will give them my experience. foo'd is a good thing for winter feeding and if you grow "Swedes, save ther small ones, place them in .boxes, place a-, little'soil-be- tween them and set in a warm, moist place where no frost will reach .them. They ;will grow here and you can get xa-large amount .of food in that way. I have used this method with suc- cess. For egg production, as well as the .table-birds, I find that-the first cross suits me. A good Across, producing- a good hardy bird is secured by using White Brahma hens- and Plymouth. Bock cockerels. I have this year killed birds of this cross weighing 5X {pounds at four months old. A cross that -produces excellent. layers is also secured by using Plymouth Rock hens tricals and. endeavored to obtain nothing but companies of high stand- ing reputations throughout the U.S. and Canada, I intend making another step toward placing every production at the Lyceum theatre within- the reach of everybody from a financial view; point. Therefore commencing tonight all 756 seats are. reduced-to 50c anJ seats heretofore selling at 50c will..be reduced to 35c with gener- al admission at 25c and these prices .will give you a performance. consist- ing of the biggest successes on the American continent, and will also in- clude two vaudeville acts and mov- ing pictures between acts and willba a stronger bill than produced .in our larger lower, prices.- Trust, ing' to.a continuance of your liberal I am and remain, ,'your obedient servant, FEDEKICK W; BROWN, Manager'Lyceum Theatre. IMPORTANT ENGAGEMENT Minaftr Brtndow Secured Roberts in House of Bondage." Brando w of the Edmonton Opera Housie unaounces that after ne- gotiations covering ti period of sonut months he has been enabled to se- cure Miss Florence Roberts, the fam- ous American actreBs, for an appear- ance ia this city on Tuesday, April 20th and on. a later date at Edmon- ton. This will be the first tour of Miss Roberts through the .Western Canadian territory, with the excob- tion of Vancouver and Victoria, where she has been an annual -ami highly acclaimed visitor. jVliss Rob- erts is immensely popular in all the large- cities of the United States, but, it is in the States of the Pacific slope that she has attained her greatest vogue. In San, Francisco, Los An- geles, Portland, and Seattle her en- gagements each year are positive ov- ations, with financial results not ex- celled by any other artist. Miss Ro- bert's is a native of California and Of English, extraction 3n Edmonton Miss Roberts will ao- in. the leading role of "The House of in which she lias scored one her greatest successes The play is of English authorshio iKl deals with the divorce question >vhich has for so tnany ysars cropped up periodically to -worry the Solon? of Parliament. It espouses the cause the wife, pleading the injustice which an unhappily married wo- man with a faithless consort, s obliged to suffer in comparison with her husband, wno can obtain le- freedom for one cause, while sb must prove aji added one. Miss Roberts is supported by a rery strong company and John Curt., her manager, has given her what is declared as one of the finest scenic productions on tour. The companv carries everything, even to the small- est detail of stage investiture, to make the picture; as well as the act- ed performance, complete in alJ de- Manager Brandow is to congratulated on securing Miss Rob- erts and the result should, be so hao- >y in a pecuniary sense that more at tractions of such calibre can be se- ured for this circuit. Manager JBran low invites correspondence as to the letails of the engagement. DR. WOOD'S NORWAY PINE SYRUP RAIN WORKERS BEAT ALBETA MAN But Were Caught and sceuted Will Be Pro- The Jeanne Russell Co. "IN One of the best bills ever presented Big specialties between the acts, including Moving Pictures of the highest type No'waits between iacts and 75c w At FurmanV Livery ON SATURDAY, APRIL 3rd AT 2.30 SHARP BY 1 Roan Mare, 7 years old, supposed to be in foal, 2 teams, age 8 and 9 years, to drive single or double, 1 set harness, 1 vet light double harness, 1 set dray stock saddles, 1 ladies' side saddle, 1 Chat- Tiam Incubator ad Brooder, forks, ahoveli, hay knife scales, 1 hay rack, 1 oil heater, 1 White Sewing Ma- chine jjuew] Other entries are invited for this sale. A full list will appear in Friday's Herald. Full particulars can had at my Auction Room next to the Irrigation Hall W. L Wikon Auctionwr 189 Minot, N. D., March. mem. ers of what the Soo officials believe o be a gang of organized train workr rs were arrested this morning by., two city police. They their names as Harry Dempsey and C. H. The complaint was i'sued y Hugh Savage.from Albena. Can- da. Savage claims that the 'two nen started matching... dollurs with lim under the pretence that it would e merely for, fun, but when t'fcw.luJ ecured of his mpney, refused o return it. After the'men were ar- ested the, money, was "turned '.over y them to. but "t--o iat..- to ave The Spo Ti'_ials re taking an active part the trial they have already spent- a large um. of money to. stop the; c working oi. >elieve.has heen going on. ALBERTA TEMPERANCE AND MORAL fiEFORW LEAGUE The third -convention of -the Alberta Temperance and Moral Reform league :in .the city of Wetaskiwiu on Wednesday and Thursday last, March the '17th and 18th. -.'Notwithstan.lihg the; absorbing interest of the provin- cial election campaign, .delegates v.cre present .iron; almost every part, of yur province and most interesting sessions were held.' -'The-; president, Mr. J; IJl' of Red Deer, >v r the sessions of .the. convention with marked ability, thus: contributing largely', to the- success .of the. gather- ing. On nomination of the secretary, Rev. Geo. G. Webber, of Okptoks, the Rev. WJ G. Deer and Mr. S. Fortune of Red: Williams of Gard- ston were, appointed assistant" -sec- retaries. The Year's Work The review of the year's work as shown in the report read by the sec- retary showed that the past year has been one of development and gress both in the niatier of ation and in the, general- effectiveness of the .league's work. Special. empha- sis has been placed upon the. matter of .law; enforcement and not without success The field secretary's opera- iions received cordial .endorsatiou by the convention and., the report of ;the: treasurer, Mr. J. :W; of Hat, was most- gratify- ing .one'l' and the condition of .-the: league-, was to be most satisfactory. The g nt-ra.5'' policy, of the league, as- adopted in former convention was endorsed, f Ar- ticular emphasis being placed upon 'the importance of the efforts to cure the adoption- of a ict J_T series" of text books- on Hygieae morals, especially dealing -vith fects of the use of alcohol and naro: cotics on the human '.systjjn. One most important advance movement ia the -decision monthly, as the official organ of the league. Jhis paper will: be by. Mr. A. Fullerton' of Edmonton who will have associated wi- u him sociate J. R. Ucv. Geo. G. Webber, Rev. W. W. For- tune and Rev. C. H. Hxiestis. -An advisory committee was alan appoint- ed consisting, of Bev. Dr. Rev. F. W. and Mr. W.W. Chbwn, all of Edmonton It is ex- pected the .-first issue of th-i j r will appear -early in May Officers Elected The following officers" were elected Mr. W. G. Hunt, Cal. gVice Rev. Dr; McQueen, Mr" J D. Blayney, of Edmonton; Mr. G W. Smith, -Red Deer; .Mrs.C.C. Craig, Olds; Mr. G, A. Barker, Gran-- um; Mrs. James McKinney, of Clar- esh'olm, representing, the W.C.T.U., Mr T J. Davidson of Markemlle, representing the I.O.G.T. Rev. A. D Macdonald of Lamont, representing the S 0. T.; and Rev. Archdeacon Gray of Edmonton, representing the V T1 S Rev Geo. G. Webber of Okotoks. Mr J. W. Brotherton, pi Medicine Hat. ReV. W.G.W. Fortune will also continue to serve the league the capacity of Field Secretary. Much" regret was expressed ai, ihe loss of Mr. J. R. Cowell who has served tbe league most efficiently during tbe past year and who is ie- moTing to the Okanagan Valley in Bnt-jch 'Oohimbia on account o! his health. The" resolution of apprecia- tion of his services was er.dorswl west heartily by the convention. Is without mm IqaiU for OOUQH8, GOLDS, BRONCHITIS all THROAT and LUNGS. All the mcttt Mrioua of the throat, the lungi and the bronchial are in Uie beginning bat or coughs. Too much strew cannot be laid on this fact, and neglect to cure the cold very, often causes of Buflmng and in the end JomrtS "Coatumption." Dr. Wood's Nor- way Pine- Syrup combines all the lung heal- ing of the Norway pine tree with other absorbent, expectorant and soothing aedicules of worth, and is abso- lutely harmless, prompt and wife. Mr. J. L. Purdy, Millrale, "I have been troubled with a hard, dry coggh for long time, especial- ly at night, Jbub after having used Dr. Nprwiy for a few weeks, I find my ooogh has lefc me. To any person, an did, I can say that this remedy it well worth a trial.. I would nob be without ib ia the house." So great has been the success of thai remedy, it is only natural that numerous persona have tried to imitate it. Don't be humbugged into taking anything but "Dr. Put up in yellow wrapper; three pine' trees the trade mark; price 25 w for on a can of Paint? Simply beetut 'iMMmc point that IB unbeatable for withsiahduig the peculiar Western cfcnate. tfce Wise Me.tfffie West look for on every Can of Paint rlRST of all, the oil [_j selected for Psintisadutincdysujv ericr quality of jxire Mani- toba Unseed. acknowl- edged that the "life" cf the paint 'depends on die- en the quality oi the oil Therefore, the greater toughnew and elasticity of the oil we use give extraor- dinary "longer V !TH Aa oil we riioroufUy '_ inoorportttd pure White Lmt mA pun of Zioc in the einel vroportkva produce remarkiile lor dauily, wxl cowing if will withitrad the ericlunjt cold of 40 Mow ted lU 100 I the phenomenal dur- ability of Paint that has mode it the choice of "The Wise Men of the West." includ- ing the big railroad and elevator coinponies.forprc- aerving wood and iron. Show that you are a wise man, too, by painting. your house and barn with HAYR BROS. General Hardware Sole Agents Lethbridge Alta. JEANNE RUSSELL "STOCK Put On the Missouri' Lyceum COMPANY at the Brown of the Lyceum, since he has been In tlie iheatrical business in. Lethbridge has discovered that the most popular style of en- tertainment is a good stock company. He, therefor, is going to put on for the summer season what is known as a .permanent stock.-company, which consists of a large number of actors high merit, .the aim- being to please Lethbridge theatre-goers. Such a company as this has made a remarkable at the "Winni- peg-" theatre in Winnipeg, having become extremely popular with, the theatre goers of 'that' place. But, to attempt the same, here is a heavy un- dertaking -as ...'Lethbridge will prob- ably be "the .-smallest city n America supporting one.: Mr. Browp, however, felt that the w4riAed it, eo he got this" company to come here. repertoire of plays will be the most popular. New York successes, having big runs in the States and Canada, and there will be a change of bill tfrice and three times a week. High class specialties and moving pictures will be put on between acts and there will be no waits. The" play last night, "In _Mis- seen by. the writer in a toge city in .the States and it is not exaggerating to say that the produc- tion. last night in .Mr. Brown's thea- tre was.: fully the -.equal of the other in pleasing, the; 400- audience instead of the: house. Bay F. Brandon, as Jim Kadburn, sheriff of ..Pike .-County, is excellent. His manner" and "general .ap- pearance are decidedly impressive. Joe ,Kelcey appearing as Joe non, Missburian and carried his part to perfection, also making a hit in his specialty srng-- ingl Kay- Walling as Travels ..made., a villain-, and is to "be :a popular member of this troupe. Miss Jane Dorsey brought down the house in her droll part-.l'of r Lizbeth Vernon and she, with.; Dave. (Geo. Daily Herald Market Place you have tuythiig to sell or to rent place it IB this colnam. If you want anytbiif 'use this column. 25c one ioeertioa t insertiois for SI VACANT man and steno grapher of good' habits. Apply Her- ald, d '82-O WAITED -Women dishwashers goovj to-right party. Alex corner-Round and ;Duf- ferin Streets, 82-0 for'housecleaning. Wanted at once. -Apply-at'Dallas'Ho- tel. '85-0 PROPERTY FOR SAkE PEOPEBTY FOR lots with house (5 rooms, sta- ble; price J409.00 cash, balance easy. Apply Alberta Realty Co.' 84.0 FOR new house on Westminster Road, near new gtand pipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation .and cellar. cash. Balance easy. Alberta' Realty Co. ON SALE FOR A FEW DAYS ONLV room house. AE modern conveniences. One of tbe best con structed -houses in the 'city. Witu two large lots. Price moderate. Wi''l be, ready about, ih middle'of Apply on Argyle near Westminster Road or P. 0. Box 170, Lethbridge, Alta. 38-O FOR.- 'Hotel, furnish- ed. Good business, only hotel in Magrath. Call or write Rich, Magrath. 89-6 good reliable, steady man, to take position as bank porter. FOR acres, house and Apply Herald. 87-0 stable, on Crabb St. Apply Box 95. Telephone 114.' T. P. O. Chow. 91-6 general servant. None other need apply. Good wages. Apply to Mrs. E. U. Rylands, 601 Bartlett St., or to Hudson's Bay Store 87-0 class. Model Restaurant. waitress at 87-0 dining room ?irlo at once. Chow Sam Co. S-Q Class' Waitress. 'Ab- ply Alexandra Cafe. 88-0 2 WAITRESES WANTED-Apply to Box 7, Herald Office. 90-6 dining room girl. Apply 'Balmoral Hotel. 90-0 and office assistant. Herald Office. stenographer. Box 0., 90-0 good general servant. Apply Mrs. W. C. Simmons, '322 Ash- mead St. 91-0 general ser- vant. Apply- to Vrooman, cor. Bompas and Bartlett Sts. 91-O FOR roomed house, centrally inew and fully mod- ern; also six roomed house and four lots, on Westminster Road. .Apply S. J. "91-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR :SALE--Barber chair, .almost reclining, -air cushion. Will" sen cheap. Address Herald. 91-6 SECOND-HAND STORE--What'is the good of away things that you can't use or wear, such as cast off clothing, etc. I pay cash for old clothing, shoes, hats, gnns, r pistols, all kinds of -musical. iattruments, and satchels, call bertan Second-Hand Store, Redpath" Si next: to McEenzie Co. Write Box 63, city... 87-6 FOR young milk vcow and calf, cheap. .Apply ;Jas. Shnm, Wallwork St., .North1 Ward. .91-6 do.light work... Apply to Mrs.: W. B. Burnett, brick house, corner Glyn. and .Court- land streets. FOR mercantile -bus- iness and postoffice at a point' 'that house- ..become -one: of Southern Alberta's best towns.. :0n Lethbridge Calgary branch.. .Apply J. K. War. hock, Blayney. 92-12 92.O ing all the time they -were-'.on Mrs. Wm..Yule as- Kate. Vernon was good and kept her part well up in many trying situations. May, the clever, child per- former, appeared in a very entertain- ing between-act specialty. She is a prettv girl, a good singer- and dancer, and-.will'prove a very, popular mem- ber of the troupe. .good show.. Go and see it. Prices" 50c7 35c and 25c. STRAYED STRAYED OR night, March 27th, from Hatch Coons' stables; foot of Gljn St., one one bay-gelding, both branded 5H on left hip.: long tails and manes, had halters on. Any in- formation regarding above will be rewarded; by Hatch .Coons, .Leth- bridge: 92-2 outside work. Apply Box P.Q., Herald office. 92-0 SITUATIONS WANTED once, the-day. Experienced .in aH lines of ladies' clothes. Apply to Miss J. Schniitz, City. FOR almost new-incubat- or and -any one wishing to exchange a drake, apply 320 Glyn St. '92.6 LANDS FOR SALE position as book keeper by young lad. Good ref- erences.. -Apply-.Post- Qffice Box 356. FOR section, JtwV miles "south :of Taber. Twelve dollars per 'hundred 'dollars 'down an cash or -horses. Balance 'in. five j years.. Apply to owner, John Hog- assistant lund, corner of London Rd. and -Ash- mead Lethbridge.- 89-6 85-O FOR acres 2 1-2 miles from Raymond, 40 acres winter wheat; 120 POSITION WANTED Compel _ men'want position as engineer and jrie: Can for cash, steersman on steam plough. Apply; and the balance on half -crop pay- Box L Herald 87-6 nients Tvith interest "at :8: per cent. For further information, apply to the Canadian Real-Estate and Adjustment Co., .sole owners. Office room 9. Bryan Block over .the Eureka theatre or Box :387, Lethbridge, Alta. WANTED-rBr middle aged lady, po- sition as housekeeper or dressmaker. Apply Box 9, Herald Office. .90-6 TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed ;by .the undersigned up to one o'- clock, p.m., on April 10th for the whole of the work required in the arec tion of 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 the offices of Moasrs. Ofiler, riammoad Nanton. Lloyd Mewiurn. Calvary, or C; BT Bowman. liethbridtre. c. 3. BOWMAN; Secretary Board of Manageicent of Gait Hospital, .Lethbridge, 'Alta. March 15, 1909. Attract Attention Like a Band of Music That's what our show :ind price tickets do. If you have attractive show cards and price tickets the pub- lis will stop to read wbat you have to say. j.1 your goods are right they will work wonders for" you.- If you want more business get our SHOW CARDS .AND PRICE TICKETS. They are modern.in style and make up. Order your Easter Show Cards now. TheNkholkSigiiCo. Redpath St., Uthbridgt, and at Winnipeg as engineer on -breaking outfit. Have had four years experience. Have license for 500 horse power in Alberta and'- am. a machinist by trade. Direct-Box F., Herald Office. 91-6 FOR 5-10 Block 4, Duff ;addition. inclusive, in They lie nice, MRS. KATIEi PALIN .has removed to her new residence at the corner of the baseball park. Parties wishing her services for waiting on table or any kind of work, except washing will please drop a card in. the postoffice or call at her home. 92-10 TO RENT. WANTED TO small house Apply Box 12, Herald. 87-6 TO room for two gentlemen. Apply G. Ogston, P. 0. Box .575 or at house near Fair Grounds. 90-6 quiet single room fpr use in the day time, by respectable young man. Address J. A. Pettinan, P. O. Box 677. 90-6 TO room- nicely furnish- ed! suitable for two respectable men. Apply to Mrs. Kobert Adam, St., south of Bedpath St. face north main, pntXondon Road. Price cash each, bal! on very easy terms at 6 per cent. Apply Box D., Herald pmceY: 91-6 LbST 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. Barrow, North Ward, Leth- bridge. 89-6 TENDERS SEALED will be ed by the underiifned until ft 6'ckik p.m. Wedncwiay, April 7tb tor erection of building at, 1ft- grath, Alta., for the Bank of Mont. real. Plans and may be oeen at the oflicei in the Maodonald Block at Lethbridfe, Alta., and at the Manager's office, Bank of Montreal, at Magrativ. The lowest or any tender not neceasarily accepted. JAMES A. 91-4 Architect. Notice is hereby given the partnership heretofore -.-listing bn tweex J. Wutig Yett and Mah Tai at Grassy .Lake, Alberta has been dis- solved, J. Wang1 Yett having bought out the interests of Mah.Tai fAU out- standing accounts should ed at oace to J. Wung Yett, Graesv Lake Albena.. S8-28 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 calves, no, visible brand. 1 red -and white bull calf. JOS. GZLLESPIB, 90-0 Chief of Police. PUBLIC NOTICE Odd Sections to be opened home ste'admg April CORRECTING IJST Public Notice is hereby given that the following parcels of land were in- advertently included in the Notice "ol the 16th. of February, odd- numbered sections to be opened for homesteading on and after the 1st of April next, the said parcels not: now being at the disposal of 'the Depart- .7- .Winnipeg Agency i Sec, Tp. Rge, .Mer. L. S. 3-4 S. oi L. S. 5-6 27 7 BJEMstJil. E. X 23-30-29A, W. 1st. E. 25-28-29 W, 1st. M- and S. W. .X 25-28-29 W. 1st M-, wrongly included in Winnipeg Agency, trans- ferred to Dauphin Agency.) All N. E. X S. E. X S W. X Dauphin Agency_ Sec. Tp. FOR sow good-.breed, Apply'Bailey'St., North Ward. 91-3 L. S. fc.'-E. S. W. S. E. Pt. S E ,.E.V K. S E. S. W. 21 ....i... 23 30 29A. -.25 38 28 29 Sec. Tp. Ege. Mer: 23 27 3W. 2ndM. Estevan: Agency -Sec. Tp. Rge. Mer. i 13 Prince Albert Agency Sec. Tp. i l 44 13W; 2nd M. Moosejaw Agency': Sec. Tp. Bfifr- Mer. iLethbridge Agency: 25- "isj. Calgary ;S Edmonton Agency. Mer. 5-58 23W. 4th M. Battleford Sec. Kge. Mer. 21 18W- 3rd M. By Border, P. G: KETE8, Department of the Interior; Ottawa, March 6th, 1909: SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wiio is the sole head- of a family, or any inale over 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion .land in Mani- toba, oaskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear.. perion at the Dominion- Lands Sub- Agency fpr the district sorrel horse, branded in- verted V over R on left shoulder. SRR diagonally on left hip. Reward for recovery. R. Mdodie, P. 0. Box 486. 22-3 91-3 Saturday afternoon, be- tween Round St. and Crabb St., an envelope containing a large sum of money. Finder will be liberally re- warded by returning same to Herald Office. 91-6 a small house, about six rooms, close in. 0. Box 135. Apply P. 91-2 of intending homesteader. SIT months' residence -upou: and cultivation ot ;the La 'embb of three years. A homesteader triay live within, nine -miles of bis home stead on a farm of. at. least -icret solely owned and occupied. :by himvyt by his father, mother, son, dwughter, brother or. sister. In certam .districts a hotuesteadeT in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside fhi I home- stead; v-P-rice -Must reside .six of six. years from date of homwtead entry (inclriding the time ;required; ;to earn homestead patent) and fifty A homestieaider fright "and ciniiot tain -a jpitifcieroptibn miiy chased' homestead in: certain diitncU. Price; 13.00 Vcre: Duties.- mpnths ..in each of three years, cultivate fiityvacris .and- erect a house 'worth 1300.00. v v -W.W.COBT.I.V Deputy Minister of the Interior. Unauthoried publication pi this advertisement will not be paid for. H. Morris, con- tractor for the moving Will work under contract or by the day. Office Crabb St., 1st -S A. Southard's residence. 91-6 I ROOMS to the overlcrowded condition of all the city hotels, the. Board of Trade, in or- der to help supply accommodation for visitors to the city, wish to get in any person 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 Vho will send transients to occupy 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 BOARDERS WANTED BOARDERS WANTED-in a strictly modern house, with hot and cold water, bath, etc., close in. Apply Barflett Bl, ESTABLISHED Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Accou (5 of Merchants, and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Sayings Bank Department Brftiich Block, Redpath St. ;