Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LtfribtKlOGt, AUTA.. SATURDAY, MAY I, 1909. II To-Night at the I LYCEUM THEATRE Jf By local peeple COMEDY DRAMA IN THREE ACTS I Sweet Lavender 1. Penalty of His Crime 2. Weather Changes at Smith's 3. Charlie Paints 4. Reckoning S O The Vacant Chair 1. Dancing Dutrh Duubar tmtl ]Miss Josephine Turner singers, yodlers and dancers 2. The Thaton Dxio in ft class comply, The Man who Looks Me'' 3. Little Teddy Songs and Dances Mill Mil MlllillllMl Builder? land Contractors i in Ore just what she will do as yet, but in the International Con-! all probability will not remain many servatory. of Music here in years in this part of Alberta- j interests 01 this well known firm. Edward Hodges, the horse dealer ;Mn Scott states that the company front Magrath, was in town for a recently gotten out a course of. short time Saturday. He reports study for bands. Mr. Scott is advis- everythmg as flourishing in his town'imj }rr. Xewton to try this course' and thinks there is no place like "the witn lhe band here, Vet Mr. New- i Garden City." is not convinced as to the merit Mr. Wilson and wife (nee Miss Rob- of the course. "You see. dear ooy. it is this way: Tm here In New York on most delicate affair In the interests of a foreign gov- ernment, and I can't afford to be writ- ten up in the newspapers as having been knocked out in an accident. Real- ly, you know, it might lead to Interna- tional complications and all that sort of thing. By Jove, you can't began his friend, when the Englishman checked him with his un- hand- "It Is simply oat of the question, old chap. I'd have a lot of fellows after me, and all that. Tour newspaper chaps are such silly asses they'd get my business out of me and ruin ev- erything. And, then, another there'll be trouble about that motor and possibly a lawsuit by that Idiot of a farmer. 1 couldn't have that you know. It would be most annoying- beastly "Oh. I said Richard, with In- finite scorn In bis tone; "it will be far easier for you to lie snug petted and coddled by good looking nurses, I'm saddled with tribu- lation and a Jive wire." "Infinitely." agreed the Earl Croy- land. with beaming good "You can see that yourself." l "No. I can't" said Richard, "and. what's more, I "You arc a private citizen and can do what you please, you know. I'm a pnbllc person and cawn't" "I -won't do It, 1 sayl" persisted.the other stubbornly. "Oh, yes. you will, old chap." the Englishman asserted with Infectious aMurance. "I'd do the same for you, and it won't be long either. By the way, I won't be able to go to the Henwycks at Iryington tomorrow." Richard brightened visibly. The. proposition afforded some points of advantage after all. "You see." the earl went on, "I'll be laid up here for perhaps two weeks. and I don't want our ambassador to know It My right aria Is out of com- mission, and I cawn't write my ei- cusea to Mr. Renwyck. I want you to see him' personally and explain the matter to him' quietly. Ask him If he'll be good enough to hold my luggage un- til I can get out of this place and send for it. My man will arrive there with my boies tomorrow from Washington. Now. won't you do this for me. old fellowT "Well. yes. I suppose so. so long as I urn in for it" said Richard, striving to conceal his joy. "Anything The ear) nodded. "I'd be glad if you would dismiss my osn as soon as he arrives. Bills Is his name. Woolsey Bills." "Yes. I rernemLwr him now. Lord, what a said Richard, who bad the m.-in ar Antonio with C'royland for a dny or so before v lordship started for the.ranch, sending !iis man back to New "Yes. isn't it? So suggestive, you know, to have him always cially on the first of the month, you know." "Is that why you are going to flre he's a lazy begfnir." returned the earl. languidly suppressing a yawn, "and a thief, too. by Jove! The last time It was four pound sis and toy jeweled cigar cutter. Meutiou'It to understand. You might say also that I have a letter from his friend Mr. Drake of Scotland Yard." For half an hour lonjjer Richard re- mained with the earl discussing the de- tails of the explanation to Mr. Ren- wyck and some other matters which he could attend to for Lord Croyland, he arose to take his leave, prom- ising to run up to Irviugton the next morning. "Oh. I say. Wilson." the earl called after him as he reached the door, the nurse having just entered with a warn- ing that ilr. Williams must be left alone forthwith, "you won't forget about that beastly machine, will "Certainly not." returned the buoyant Richard and Immediately became ob- livious to machines" and er- erything else on earth erceptthe mem- ory of a warm, limp form that bad nes- OUT increased sales Builders' Hardware con- firms our clftim that we i I have the right GOODS at the right price. Let us figure with you Hayr Bros, ji General Hardware LETHBRIDGE ALTA. HiM-MI UUHIIIIifli! JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Box 432 Near Steam Laundry Automobiles, Gasoline Engines, Steam Ploughs and Threshing Outfits G eneral Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed Piano Tuning w. H. FIELD Factory Expert IS NOW IN THE CITY and -wrjll remain for a short time. Leave orders at Armstrong's Jewellery Store Daily Herald Market hive to sell or to reit place it ia this columi. If you want anytUaf we ibis coliMa. 25c one iucrtloo inscrtioas fur SI SITUATIONS VACANT chambermaids and a unang room girl to commence work itlay 1. Apply Empire Hotel, Mac- leod, Alta. 109_o South African Scrip AND. Half Breed Scrip For Sale APPLY TO TbeVIIIJioisfliTiylorllcliinlsCg. Brokers Ednoitoi, Jiti. TO RENT. class waitress, at once. Apply Model Union Restau- rant. IIO_Q' WANTED-Twenty breaking outfits to start to work at once. Will pay liberal price per acre. Apply to the 0. W. Kerr Co.. Lethbridge. 110-0 -waitresses at once at Alberta Restaurant. 115-0 WANTED TO rooms suit- able for light house-keeping. Rea- sonably close in. Apply J. J. Con- way, c-o Dallas Hotel. 115-6 TO roomed cottage on London Road east of Taylor's green- house. Apply K. Leek on premises. 114-6 ROOM AND two young men at 210 Coutis St. 114-6 ply Mrs. E. J. Dufferin. general servant. Ap- [ill, cor. Crabb and 116-0 ROOMS TO modern house Apply Geo. McNabb, last house west end of Bompas St. 119.3 general servant. Wages a week. Apply Mrs. Wm. Stafford, comer Redpath and Westminster Road. H6-0 woman for gen- eral housework. Address Box 662, Lethbridge P. 0. 117-6 good live salesman, ex- perienced in sewing machine busi- ness. Good salary. Apply Singer Sewing Machine Co., Ford St., next Post Office. 117-3 good Coaldale Restaurant. waitresses at 118-6 SITUATIONS WANTED attend to few gar- dens in spare time. William Smith, c-o Herald Office. 109-12 young man, room and board in private house. Apply T. E., c-o Herald 'office. H2-0 room for young gentleman. Apply to P. .O. Box 332, Lethbridge. 115-6 WANTED TO unfurnish- ed room or 6 roomed house. Reason-' ably close in. Apply L. C. Powell Arlington Hote.l. 118-G LOST stone pearl ring. Reward for return to Herald office. 119-6 east of the Fair Grounds, on Sunday night; one gray horse, branded quarter circle crescent. Reward of for recovery. Chong WANTED-Work two or three days Jim' Bo1 Lethbridge P. 0. 115-6 a week. Apply Mrs. bridge Postoffice., Jaycock, Leth- 108-12 POSITION stenographer and book-keeper male MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO improved open for position; 2 1-2 years exper- at practically your ience. Have good references. Ad- and agreements of dress L. J. Fross, Gen. Del., Leth- bridge, Alta. 115-6 tied in bis arms aud a head of wind blown liair that cuddled against his shoulder whilf be rode'11 mid that mass of cattle on tbnT fnroff Texan prnlrle. On the following morulug Mr. Ricb- ard Willijiius, dressed In bis best and with a soul of Impe ;iud forebod- (To He Continued.) Farmer's Public Auction Sale A Public Auction Sale of- Farm Im- plements will be held an Wednesday. Vlay 5, 1909, at the Crismon Farm) Spring Coulee at 2 p.m. This sale was postponed from Wednesday last owing to the storm. At this auction sale there will be offered 'the follow- ing: 3 Massey-Harris Binders. 1 Frost and Wood. Binder. 2 Cockshutt Breaking Plows. 2 Disc Plows. 2 Mowers. '1 Massey-Harris Disc Drill. 1 Press Drill. 1 Chopping Machine. Blacksmith's outfit an- drill, taps, dies and other tools. A Grind Stone. 3 Buck Rakes. 1 Hay Derrick. 3 Hay Racks. 2 Wagons 1 Wagon 1 Spring Wagon. 1 Buggy. 6 Sets Chain Harness. 1 Set Light Harness. There is also a. large quantity of old implements that will be sold as scrap iron. Satisfactory terms will be giv- en to responsible bidders. Sale com- mences promptly at 2 p.m. FRANK WADDINGTON, Public Auctioneer. LETHBRIDGE EMPLOYMENT OF- located at Windsor Hotel, Lethbridge, Alta. Farm help, car- penters, stone masons and labor for all classes of work furnished free, and prompt service. Phone or write, 3 Maxon, proprietor. H5-6 POSITION WANTED First-class male stenographer open for position May 10th. Six years experience. Can farms at practically your own terms. sale purchased. Municipal bonds de- bentures negotiated. Empire Land Co., Ott Block, Phone 394. 119-6 2ND will buy your second mortgage or loan you money on it. We will buy your first mort- gage or loan you. money on it. .We will buy your agreement of sale or loan you money on it. Empire Land Co., Ott Block. Phone 394. furnish .good references. A., c-o Herald office. Apply Box 117-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE PROPERTY FOR lots with house (5 rooma, good sta- ble; price cash, balance easy. Apply Alberta Realty Co. 84.0 FOR seven-roomed semi- modern house, centrally located. Good terms. Apply- 41 Argyle Ave. 114-6 FOR new eight roomed house with bath, light, water, large cellar and furnace, on easy teims, with immediate possession. Central- ly located, two minutes walk from Central SchooL Apply to owner on the premises, 630 Coutts Street or Box 0, Lethbridge Postoffice. 115-6 K. L. Gale, Esq., Evangelist Rev. J. W. Hatch THE KING'S BUSINESS UNION EVANGELISTIC MISSION Led by Herbert L. Gale, Esq. of Boston, Evangelist, and Rev. J. W. Hatch, Soloist Opening Will Be Held Wednesday Evening, May 5th, in Wesley Church Meetings every afternoon and evening Come Yourself and Invite your Friends Public Meeting A Public Meeting of the citizens of Lethbridge will be held in Oliver's Hall on Monday evening May 3rd at 3 p.nr. for the purpose of receiving a large and influential delegation from Manitoba, arriving by special train who are desirous of" lading before the citizens of Lethbridge their plans for the proposed Canadian Exr position and Selkirk Centennial to be held in Winning in the year 1912, with a view to interesting Lethbridge in the Exposition and obtaining their co-operation in the arrangements. C.B.BOWMAN, Acting Mayor. .C.G.K.NOTJRSE, Prea.Bd. of Tr. Lethbridge, May 3 1909. OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING WESTERN STATIONERY CO., LTD Legal Forme School Supplies FOR residential pro- perty, rents per month. Price Good terms. Alberta Realty Co. 115-0 LAND FOR SALE ACRES OF WHEAT Close to Taber, for sale, ranging in price from up. Stewart Mat- thews Co., Ltd., E. B. Tainter, Local representative, Taber, Alta. 104-27 FOR African Scrip. Ap- ply to Ludtke Waddeil, Bow Is- land. 117-6 LOTS FOR SALE TENDERS TENDERS will De received by the for the superstructure of the extension to the Bryan.Block, at noon 1st May, 1909. An accepted cheque for 5 per cent, of tender to be enclosed, which will be returned to unsuccessful con- tractors. Plans and specifications can be ob- tained from the office of the archi- tect in the Bryan Block. 117-3 v ERNEST E.CARVER. TENDERS excavating cellar 24 x 18 x concrete foun- dation for cottage 48 x-28 x 2 ft. 10 in. thick. 39 yards more or less concrete work, excavation material to be cart- ed away. Apply not later than May 5th. Thos. Wardman, Box 180, .City. On lot 18 block 158. 118-2 TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned five o'- clock, p.m. Friday May 7th for the erection of a store and office build- ing for Messrs. (E. J. Hill Co. Plans and specifications on view at the Architect's office in the A. Mac- donald Block, this city. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accept- ed. JAMES A. MACDONALD, 118-4 Architect. FOR SALE AT A tak- en at once, a few lots in Block 7, one block from Agricultural Ground. This is certainly worth 'investigating. For particulars call, or Phone Em- pire Land Co., Ott Block. Phone 394. 119-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR buggy and harness. Apply W. R. Virtue. 115-6 FOR heavy draft East- ern bred young- and well broken, weight 1600 and 1450 Ibs. Also one standard bred pacing horse and a phaeton. W. Walked, 6 east oi Bartlett on Argyle Ave. 116-6 prices given for ranch eggs, dairy and chick- ens. J, Scott, Lethbridge .Meat Mar- ket, Hill Blk., Crabb St. Phone 405. nr-6 hand cash register. Apply John Scott, c-o Windsor Hotel. 117-6 ESTABLISHED 1854 i Merchants Bank of Canada 3HBAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided AccMitt ff NmkMU, Ftracrs nA litckrs Stlkftd Drmfta Money Letters of Credit Baring! Bank Department St. fcity Scales for Sale TENDERS will De received by the undersigned until the 30th day of April, for the purchase of the City scales situated on Baroness Road. Price must include all Purchaser to lift scales and fill .in space occupied by same. Any tender not necessarily accepted. G. W. EOBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno is lhe sole head ol a family, ors any male over 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Land? Agency or Agency for the district. proxy may be made at- any agency fer of intending homesteader. Duties months' residence and cultivation of the. land in earn of three years. A homesteader miy live within nine miles of his hone stead on a farm of at leaat 80 aorta solely owned and occupied by hint or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or slater. In certain districts a homesteader iu good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section akmgside his home Price 13.00 per acre. Duties, -Must reside six months in of six years from date of entry (including the time required to earn homesteaa patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhauttosl hl> homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a chased homestead in certain distrifU. Price per acre. reside six months in each of years, cultivate fifty an4 tract a house worth W.W.OOBY. Deputy MiniiUr of the lateriM. MMiealiM a4 this advertinount will not W paid lor.