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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHIRIOOC, AUTA., WEDNESDAY, MAY I, INI. To Be Dyspeptic le To Be 'Miserable. M. k tlM Mtkdy ol Ufa. It hurgtly to greai errors in diet, onr-Mting, too indot- in itivnkats and over-taxing with indigestible food, eating too rapidly without chewing food indulging in hot bitouiU, pwtry, aoafMtioiMry, oto, CoiMtipation, hMrtbun, sow after Mting, belching of wind, faintnew, and fullness and ditUn- tion of the atomach are a few of many diitreasing of poor, weary dyapeptio. Burdock Blood Bitters regu- the stomach, secretion of saliva, and gastric juice to facilitatt digestion, acidity, porifiea blood, and up aystem to full health and vigor, and thereby dys- pepsia and all its tributary dinnuMi Mr. Amos Sawler, Gold Rimr, N.8., L..'.was greatly troubled' with P.'S HAVE FUN AT THE CAPITAL Staid Old Dr. Barr Looking for Fair Sharpe (By a Stuff Correspondent'of, the To ronto Star.) Ottawa, Apri 23. Politicians urc just schoolboys grown up. The other evening: a bunch of Conservatives made the night hid- eous at their headquarters by what purported to. be singing, and a staid western member of years and tion did the Mounted Police drill on the table. And now 'tis the.Liberal members who have transgressed, and their victim was Dr. Barr of Dufferin Dr. Barr has been getting elected to Legislatures and things ever since 1875, during which period he.has stea dily acquired a gravity of, demeanor and a disdain for all that is gay and flighty and kittenish. For all these years the dye of Toryism has been sinking into hici deeper and deeper, until now he is tattooed right through and aftor trying several with it. He-always manages to get to-no I commenced taking Burdock Blood Bitten, and I think it is the best medicine there ii for that complaint." For at all Drnggiiti and Ptakn. TH-18 PRISONER GOT GAY Eegina, May Mounted Po- lice have arrested E. J. Atkinson, a homesteader near Moose Jaw on charge of theft and believe in. doing so they have secured the man who is responsible for' a aeries of depre- dations in this and the Moose Jaw district during the winter. It is said that Atkinson's crimes included the stealing horses, wheat and other smaller items. When arrested he was very violent and threatened sui- 'cide. He broke away a pair of handcuffs and chewed a. straight jack- et of service. GOING TO ENGLAND Chicago, response to an official request, Morris and Com- pany, the Chicago packers, will' send their champion six-horse team of Clydesdales to the Royal Agricultur- al Show in London this July." The Morris team won the championship of the world at the. International Live Stock Exposition in Chicago last De- cember and the six which make up the team have between them 121 ribbons. Two of the horses are elected with a margin of something over a thousand votes, Dufferin being a riding of 'hopelessly Conservative principles, which the doctor has dil- igently fostered, and fanned for over a quarter. of a century. Some of the more frivolous young members from the west got tired of the. budget debate; perhaps they we're afraid that Dr. Barr would take part in it. ,So they, wrote a lady's name on a card and sent it to Dufferin's representative by page. Time .was when th- Hon. Richard Harcourt bade! defiance to :Allan Studholrne in the Ontario Legislature by "having a huge iinabridged dictionary laid: on his desk during -one of. the Hamiltonian's impassioned addresses. The learned volume did not.fizz on the lady's card acted on Dr. Barr as magically'as one_of his own far-fam- ed prescriptions. "Who so swift as he to the assistance of beauty' in dis- tress? -Wherefore, for the next quarter of an hour the M. P. from Dufferin was r MOVING PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE.] 1. Trip Thrwjb Russia 2. Two Madels 3. Dark Towi Fire BrifUc 4. New Hired Giri O N your first mort- gage or loan you money on it. We will huy your agreement of sale or loan you money 011 it. Empire Land Co., Ott Block. Phone 394. WANTED TO BUY DIAMOND COAL SHAKES AND BONDS. will lay Dia- mond Coal Shares and Diamond Coal Bonds. For prices and .address Mighton ft Cavanaugh, Kel- son, B. C. eod-l-mo CONTRACTS for contract for" 'building with- first class gang of Itv days. Ap- ply to .J. E. Agar, contractor and builder. P. 0. Box 170, City. 120-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE or four well broken Apply Box 27, Herald.- 131-6 LOST stone psarl odng. Beward for return to Herald office. 119-6 "How mucb Is this delicate organ of "Twenty-five pounds a month, sir, bonus as you were good enough to mention, sir." The valet had the whip band of him. and no one -knew ,It better tbau the arch conspirator; therefore-he hasten- ed to clinch the burgnro Before tSie terms thereof should rise. "AH he agreed. "HI on I engage you for month, that's and a like sum. If you serve mo faithfully, at end Of IL" other Lord Croyland, square you with him all right Ton know who I panwtf cod fixed his keen gray eye upon the man, adding, M bit square chin grew more no monkey bines! I have a jsort of bonus Cor thit too. Jnst please remember that can bit a half dollar at seventy-flva I won't trifled with. I, too, bare cou- Bills, bat it has Its limitations. Now, then, what do you good, m' said witfc CHAPTER VX luncheon Richard was present- ed to Mrs; Reuwyck. nee Cor- rigan, a ktoOly disposed mid- dle aged woman of ample pro- portions, whose money had enabled her to marry above her and who bad since been desperately endeavoring to live up to the- of her position. To her a lord was a lord, indeed, and at first she was Tatber-Inclined to stand to awe of the.Earl of Croyland's title, but before luncheon was over she had lost ber nervousness and was begin- ning to feel toward him as though be were a real American. Miss Harriet Renwyck was charming, sitting oppo- site Richard, who, having crossed his first bridge with flying colors, grew more confident though- careful not to overact bis role. Thanks to the In- struction of the exemplary Bills, lie was steering a safe course among tbe forks too. The Texan discussed Amer- ica with his host who admitted can- didly that Richard's views were broader than those of any Englishman he had ever known. Concerning the present policy of Great Britain Mr. Renwyck found his guest strangely reticent The conversation then turned upon various topics, social and per- sonal, ending to horseflesh, which with Mr. Renwyck wag a passion. "Lord be said, "I'm really worried as to what to do with a bom of mine called Hawk. He is demoral- izing my whole stable." "Ana wnat is the. trouble with Richard nsked. exclaimed hli boat "A. magnificent animal, but a very devil. I beg your pardon, Mm. Ren- wyck, but It's: true. Why, sir, there Isn't a man on my place who dares to his leg acroM his beck." "Ever try an asked the guest forgetting bis part to blf Inter- tat in tbe hone. (To Be Continued.) .motor. 1 second hand Danville .tail -rope haulage plant, hoist 4 drums dia.; double engines, cylinders 20 in x 36 in. 1 second-hand Danville endless rope haulage plant, hoist 2. drums 60 in. dia.; double engines, cylinders 10 in. x'18 in. 2 second hand Crocker Wheeler D. C. generators ,125" v. 200 amp. 25 k.w. 1 second hand marble, switch board complete with ammeters meters; 1 second hand 80 h.p. McEwing high speed horizontal engine. 1 second hand 40 h.p. McEwing high speed horizontal engine. 3 second hand Lidgerwood-Jeffrey slectric hoists, 220 v. direct current, 75 h.p. feet second hand 1 in. wire haulage rope, 6 strands, 7 wires plough steel, in good condition. 10 tons %X in. square soft new. 400 Hadfield's steel mine car wheels; 18 in. dia. in. axle; bronze bushed. -All machinery .in good condition and will pass closest inspection. Im- .mediate shipment. For full particu- lars and prices wire or write. THE CROW'S NEST PASS COAL CO., LIMITED, J. B. TUENEY, Purchasing Agent, 119-7 Fernie, B. C. FOE residential pro- rents per month; Price Good terms. Alberta Realty Co. iis-0 FOR roumed house, centrally located, new and fully mod- ern; also six roomed" house :and four lots on Westminster Road. Apply gray horse, branded quarter circle over on right- shoulder. about Ibe, Has been seen around Driver bottom: Ten dollars jeward' for recovery. Ap- plv John James, southeast Fairgrounds. P.O. Box 95. of tbe 121-6 S> J. McDiarmid, Box 376. 120-0 FOR new fully modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 LAND FOR SALE ACRES OF WHEAT Close to Taber, for ranging in price from up. Mat- thews Co., Ltd., E. Tainter, Local red milch cow, branded S3 on right hip. reward for return to Alex. George, John St., No. 3. FOUND note book with name Al- mond Langford .Taylor, Lethbridge in- side cover. Owner, can have same-Taj calling and paying for ad. representative, Taber, Alta. 104-27 FOR African Scrip. Ap- ply, to Ludtke Waddell, Bow Is- land. 117-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. prices given for ranch eggs, dairy .and- chick- ens. J. Scott, ,Meat Mar- et, Hill Blk., Crabb St. Phone 405. FOR SALE 1st. An improved farm of land pa the Milk Hiver, known as "the Lpggin Ranch, about 7 miles from Courts and 8 miles from Milk River, having comfortable dwel- ling house, horse and cattle stables and corrals. 2nd. Parcel of land in city, situate directly of North'Ward MeatMarketv 75 by 134, Also 1500 Royal.Col- liery-shaTes. Apply MeKNIGrHT BROS., hand cash register; John Scott; c-o Windsor Hotel. 117-6 FOR Sewing Machine, almost new. all. Apply Mrs. J. L. .Sto- OR work horsee. hone 384 or apply to 425 Bartlett 3t. 121-6 FOR registered Percheron tallion. Good work horse, single or ouble. Will trade for good mares r geldings. Also two or three teams f drivers. Apply Box 290, Leth- ridge, Alta. 121-0 SYNOPSIS OF: WEST LAN Any person wfil AD I AN NORTH LATIONI ihe sole bead ol Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up Rest D. R. WILKIE President. HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Fanners and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention ia given to Sayinga Bank Accounts. Deposits of and upwards received and inter- i1 est allowed at current rate from date of deposit. Branch, W. R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Round St., beside fientley's Store. a .family, or any male over 18 yeaia old, may homestead a of available Dominion, land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion-Lands Agencf or Bub- Agency for the district. Kntr If proxy may be made at> any tfeaoy Ur of intending homesteader. months' and cultivation of the land in of three years. A home0tea4er may live within nine miles of his stead on a farm of at leaat 80 solely owned and occupied by him: of by his father, mother, son, oragbtat, brother or sieter. Tn certain districts a hooMsteMlw in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his stead. Price per OnllM. -Must reside six; months in of sii years from date oi entry (including the time earn homestead patent) and fifty acres extra. A homeateader who baa hi? homestead right and MBnot tain a pie.emption may a chased homeiitead in Price 13.00 per acre. DitCM. reside six months in ol cultivate fifty and eftei a bouse worth .tt. Deputy Miniiter of later... BaMtWlitft c' this adferti.ement wot W fot. ;