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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA., FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1909 To Suffer From Headaches Makes Life Miserable. ColemanJBoard OtjTrade ANNUAL MKKTIXO AND ELEC- TION OF AST MATTERS DISCUSSED person that has hadoriieub.1 Colemun, May regular mon- Jtct to to the suffering thly meeting of the Coleman Board of Trvitle last night at the club rooms with the usual fair ami represent utive attendance. The prin- cipal feature of the mooting was the which attendi them. The majority of cues art caused by COQ- dyspepsia. The dull ihrob- e intense pain, sometimes in loinetimes in another, and then over whale head, varying in. its severity by toe which brings it on, purely indi- that there is something the matter with the stomach or bowels. To the fact that Burdock Blood Bitters reaches every fart of the system is due its success in re- fceviojj and permanently curing headache. It has proven a specific for the malady in its forms. t M M Mrs. CONSTIPATION -4- E. Brown, Sum- "i merfielti. !N.B., writes 1 been annual ejection of officers, which AMD HEADACHES event took place in a lively and busi- j ness like manner. The chair was, occupied by W. L. Ouimette, second j vice president, who has been acting j chairman since the late presiden' U. Benedict, resigned. As chairman; Mr. Ouimette has done his work so j j satisfactory the board last; I night elected him president for the j Allison j ensuing year. After the minutes oi the last meeting we're read and adopted, the first matter that came MOVING PICTURES.1 ADVANCED .VAUDEVILLE, M-ii-i l l-i l 1. Army Dogs 2. Lady Killer 3. The Bee and the Rose 4. How Mabel Found a Husband O N C3- jLue iuiiiens Won't Yon Come Over to my House ing a Wife." Hill and Ackeruian. sen- sational Comedy Acrobats. Best yet De Monde and Dinsuiore, Comedy .Novelty Sinking and Talking Act. The That.ens in "Hypnotis- up for consideration was the.- report have the commiUee who called the. troubled with and Headaches recent Board of Trade convention! tor long time. Alter trying different i lowtner. Mr. Oiiimett.' us one of doctors to no effect, a friend asked jne to thaL committee believed thut. the; try Burdock Blood Bitters. I find I am convention ha-d been a siiccvss. completely cored after rating three o, tho of getting; iacquainted with business men in the' neighboring: towns. He thought that (meeting in this way could'viiot but. Tho organisation of. I tafely reaomniend it to alL RAYMOND CHRONICLES Raymond. May E. Fraser. i result in good, who has been visitinc relatives and the Pass and Prairie Promotion T.ea- fricnds in Monroe. Utah, for the past i gue was evidence of this, month has returned to her home in} Opinions as to the general result of Raymond. j the convention were heard from a. Monday afternoon a Rag Bee was i OI- others outside of the coin- held at the home of Mrs. Thomas mittee. K. Gate thought the town Richard the Brazen Serial Story By C. Townsend Brady and Edward Peple w Now the warm weather has come attend to your garden. We have a full stock of Garden Rakes v and Hoes i Lawn Mowers and Hose Pipe The roan repeated uis experiment the. second time, but with the same result, then once more bolted on the run, this time' for the four foot fence of the i paddock. To dash his rider against a i rough oak post was a most commenda- i ble design in a horse, but the rider I was other-wise disposed. The Teian CSAPTEU TIL HILE dressing for dinner tft- cr a delightful afternoon with Harriet Reawyck, Richard toot his first lesson Call and see them j Hayr Bros. General Hardware t Phone 75 P. O. BOM 27 LETHBRIDGE ALTA. Miiiii tiiiiit HUM Daily Herald Market Place you have to ull or to rcit place it ID this column. If you want anything use this coluoja. 25c one inserUoa 4 (or TO RENT. SITUATIONS VACANT chambermaids and a timing room girl to commence work May 1 Apply Empire Hotel, Mac- leod, Alta. 109-0 and man to do farm work and wife to cook. Cecil, Lethbridge. Sallee 122-6 breaking outfits to start to work at once. Will pay liberal price per acre. Apply to the 0. W. Kerr Co., Lethbridge. 110-0 McGill University will confer the degree of LX.D. upon Dr. D. Mc- Eachern, ex-dean of faculty of Com- modem English history and geogra- Pttrative Medicine at McGill and Dr -Jamcs w Robertson, principal of The well trained Bills attempted gave his steed a loose, free rein, but i to take full charge of the toilet, bat Coll Collett, by the members of the Re- benetit bv ihe convernion. lief Society. It was lor the benefit I hoped for the building of the wagon of Grandma Collett. After the rags road to the B. C. boundary as one j were sewed a dainty lunch thc benefits. Ii would be a areat! as he neared the barrier checked him sharply and applied the spur. Hawk j quivered, crouched, then took the fence j like a soaring bird. j Outside a smooth road stretched: away till lost behind the crest of a dis- J tant bill. Up this highway the big; roan thundered as though old Tarn j Shanter cowered upon his back, with j a horde of witches streaming far out i behind. served. (gain if that alone could be accom- airs. G. Nik-son save a reception j piished. Referring to the road under yesterday afternoon in honor of Mrs. icoursc of construction on the British Larson, who leaves today for Utah j Columbia side of the pass. ilr. Gate Refreshments were served and a plea said the government of that province saut afternoon, .was spent. Those carrying out their project at an sent were Mesdames J. Salmon, E. enormous expense. He had seen Stevenson, T. Davies, J. Nilsson, j some ol- the work they had done and Court, Shields, C. Strong.. .L. Wooley, J considered that the road between J. Wall, J. -Larsen. M. -Alfred, and j Coleman and Crow's Nest could be Jensen. j completed at fully one-third of the Mr. Clarence Ostlund went to Stir- j expense per'vmile. ling last evening to attend the wedd-j Alex Morrison spoke optimistically iug of his sister Miss Hulda Ostlund; as to the good that would accrue i the thought of a doubtful compliment to Mr. Alonzo Nelson. holding the convention in Cole-1 down the wind: _ _ good seat for an Englishman, the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ost- lund. the bride's parents. Bishop Fawns performed the ceremony. Only immediate relatives were pre- upon this the new master put hJa foot down firmly. he said, "just about eighteen years ago. If I remember right nurse came to the conclusion that I was then old enough to get Into my breeches without her able assistance. The conditions remain unchanged. Sit down and talk to me about London." Gingerly availing himself of the edge i of a chair on account of this conde- Tenders The heart of Richard had been stag- j scension of inexperience, the vaiet de- ing with a conqueror's joy, and donbt-1 tailed an account of his muster's move- rnents for the past three years. On the sent. Mr. Clarence Ostlund was best splendid service. man and Miss Annie Nilson was bridesmaid. The bride was beautifully dressed in. cream silk trimming with, point silk lace. The bridegroom presented the bride with a gold watch and also a. locket set with diamonds. A purse of fifty dollars was pre- sented to Mr. J. Powelson, Monday evening to assist him while on his mission. Mr. Young, who has been in Ray- mond, -with the telephone men, left yesterday for Magrath where they will rebuild the telephone line there. Mr. A. F. McDuSee has been on the sick list JOT the past few days. Mr. Gillies returned from i For convention to be a success. It show- ed that Coleman was not the last i town on the line. He moved a vote of thanks to the committee for their less his reckless tongue might have taken up the song but for an oner- j pected check. As he landed In the; road beyond the fence he spied a. little! red fjiif d uiau who had clapped ap-; plaose with trvo plnmp white hands. It was not so much the gentleman aim- i that troubled Richard's mind, but holm this morning where he has been visiting relatives and friends. Mr. Clarence Ostlund returned this morning from Stirling. RECOMMENDED FOR THE-JOB April a spirit- Archibald Strachan, hard- A. I. Blais thought the convention j helped all along the line. We needed i railway competition. He referred to i the possibility of the Grand Trunk PaciBc building into the Pass. He j seconded the motion made by Mr. Davis. The motion was then voted j on and carried. j L. A. Manly as one of the commit- I Richard of course sat on his like a plains rider -who loathes the up and down motion, of England and the riding school. For a long time Miss Renwyck and her fatter awaited their guest's return In great anxiety until they were reliev- ed at last by the sight of him coming down the road at an easy canter, evi- dently master of the situation. "He rides well, father, doesn't "He does." the old gentleman wplled and added, something which qualified a firm opinion. Richard soon reached the paddock SEALED BIDS will be received bv the Guy of Lethbridge at the office of the City Engineer until 12 o'clock noon, May 17th, 1909 for the construc- tion of approximately square yards of cement sidewalks. A certified cheque for the sum of One thousand two hundred dollars payable to the Secretary- Treasurer of the City of Lethbridge must accompany each proposal as a guarantee that the successful bidder will within six days after the award- ing of the work enter into a contract with, the City. Satisfactory bonds will be required for the faithful tion of the contract. Plans and specifications may be seen at the ofiice of the City Engineer. No bid necessarily accepted. C. M. ARNOLD, City Engineer. Lethbridge, Alberta, May 1st, 1909. 119-13 execu- tee. said it was gratifying- to know fence, forcing his jaded mount to take that the committee had been on the! it for a second time, crossed tnc field right road. and dismounted at Miss Harriet's side, Some communications were re-ad horse regarding- the proposed improved railway mail service. One from the j acting Deputy Postmaster General 8tU1- head again, but this time in utter weariness, not mischief. His glossy coat' wag streaked with foam, nostrils inflamed and whole, the story was interesting. though distinctly unflattering at times to a member of the nobility. Outward- ly Bills was as eipressionless as a sphinx: inwardly be enjoyed his own narrative hugely. It was seldom he had so glorious an opportunity of lay- ing bare his private opinions of his whilom master. grunted Richard as he tried on one of Lord Croyland's dinner jackets. "So I am responsible for three entanglements and ,one scandal of which 1 still wear honorable scars. Drop that part of it. I'm a seeker after general information only." Bills looked disappointed, but strove to earn his salary. OD less tasteful lines. He was a shrewd man. and his knowledge of the of Richard's case led him to give valuable information. He described Hyde park. Piccadilly, the Strand and many other haunts of the fashionable set: also a jseeri at the Architect's offices in the A. Macdonald Block JAMES A. MACDONALD, 122-5 Architect. STORE TO Hill Block, Duf- feriii St. 60 feet long, neat windows. Now occupied by Wm. Head Co. Vacant June 1st. Apply E. J. Co. 122-6 FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT- Modeni Conveniences. 53 Argyle Avc 123-6 TO in writing, will be received by the un- dersigned up to the 15th May for the privilege of renting the residence, uafurnished of Mrs. J. L. Stovall, corner of Dufferin and Glyn St. Rent month. Applicants with small children not considered. C. B. Bowman, Agent. 123-6 FOR Redpath St., 4 rooms, also 7-roomeci house for sale on Smith St., second house south, of Bompas. Apply on premises to E. G. Hazell, Smith St. 124-6 STRCTLY FIRST CLASS ROOM AND two gentlemen with pri- waitresses at ouce at! ald' vate family. Terms moderate. Cent rally located. Apply Box 19. Her- 123-6 Alberta Restaurant. 115-0 i ROOMS WANTED general servant. Wages a week. Apply Mrs. Wm. Stafford, WANTED TO unfurnish- corner Road. Redpath and Westminster 116-0 ed room or 6 roomed house. Reason- ably close in. Apply L. C. Powell, Arlington Hotel. 118-6 good Coaldale Restaurant. waitresses at 118-6 LOTS FOR SALE capable and experienced saleslady for dry goods department. Must have references. "Apply Manag- er Hudson's Bay Company. 120-6 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. W -shack moved from! Smith St. to Duff addition. West-ley, at Herald Office. Phone 394. 119-6 competent general "ser- vant. Apply Mrs. Geo. B. Mackay, cor. Bompas and Bartlett Sts. FOR lot, well located, with 1-rocm shack and good barn, or will trade for good team and wagon. Call owner 1st two-storey house east of flour mills on railroad ave. 124-2 SITUATIONS WANTED MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO rOAN-On improved EXPERIENCED FRENCH CARD- farms at practically your own terms. take charge of any kind i Mortgaeef and agreements of sale of work in arborculture, horticulture! Purchased.- Municipal bonds and de- __ I Df'ntlirftS Kmniro or yard and gardening landscape. AD- j l Co" Ott ply Box X., Herald ffice. Empire Land Phone 394. 119-6 CONTRACTS WANTED-Open for 2ND will buy your contract for building with first class gang of carpenters, in a days. Ap- ply to J. E. Agar, contractor and builder. P. 0. Box 170, City. 120-6 TENDERS V NTED TENDERS will be Deceived by the undersigned until Tuesday May llth nest, at five o'clock p.m. for the erec- tion of a building for'the Union Bank of Canada at Lethbridge, Alta. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Plans and specifications may be POSITION Engineer on gasoline plowing six years experience on gas engines.' Apply to Box C. M. R., c-o Herald. 124-6" 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 vou. money on it. Empire Land I Co., Ott Block. Phone 394. 119-6 or four well broken oxen. Apply Box 27, Herald. 121-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE LOST club or two and various prominent English people likely to be meotfoned in general conversation. Richard was possessed of a retentive memory, which he now stored full of odds and ends which would help him pass muster, provided, of course, he did not run foul of the initiated, in which case he shuddered to think of the poe- wldespreadj HjS alleged sojourn in the red. while bis FOR roomed house, located, new and fully mod- ern; also six roomed house and four lots on Westminster Road. Apply S. J. McDiarmid, Box 376. 120-0 ware merchant, secured the recom-j mendation of the Liberal executive Co'mmitwiee for the position of Col- lector of Customs for this port, and is quite likely that the government will make the appointment at once, xs Collector Hamilton has leave of absence from May 1st, and in six months .thereafter is superannuated. Mr. Strachan has been a strong Lib- eral worker. said the. matter would be carefully barrel heaved to the pant of his labor- inquired into and would receive clue attentions. i H. Gate was anxious that the! meeting should take another step in the direction of securing- the wagon road to Crow's Xest. He suggested 1 that the secretary be asked to write j I to the i an !ground ed. breath. He shivered in defeat and offered no resentment of his rider's I arm about his neck in a rough caress, j "Look here, young man." aald Mr. Renwyck's greeting, "where did you I learn to ride like j "I was uncommonly keen on riding! as a boy." said Richard, falling Into requesting that j a lazy drawl, "and, besides; I stayed United States, especially his winter in Texas, accounted in a measure for occasional slips, but even with this la his favor the position was a trying one, (To Be Com inued.) For Sale atives of the board. This led to a motion by Mr. Cameron which was adopted, that a committee be ap- searchlng gaze on the speaker's face, but her father nodded gravely. he returned. "I. see. Good _ 4. UUlfU; Uv7 J. act. pointed consisting of Messrs. Manly.! those fellows on the plains. Ouimette and Parks to -draft a mem-1 oriel to Hon. W. H. Cashing- urging "Well, assented Richard. of building the road1! with a laugh- "My trainer was a gen- A CEMETERY PLOT FOR THEATRE FOLK Toronto, May Theatrical Mechanical Association (Toronto the necessity next year. The last item of business was the election of officers for the year. For president, IiEr. Cameron nom- inated W. L. Ouimette. Nomina- tions closed with this name an-d Mr. Ouimette was declared elected. tleman known colloquially as Dog at genuine 6 new return tubular boilers, 150 h. p., 125 Ibs. working pressure. 1 second hand return tub. boilers 80 h.p. 60 Ibs. working pressure.. 2 second hand return tub. boilers. 60 h.p. 60 Ibs. working pressure. 5 second hand locomotive type boil- Tender for Court- house, Lethbridge SEPARATE SEALED TENDERS, registered, and addressed to the Dep- uty Minister-' of Public Works, Ed- monton, and, indorsed "Tenders for Courthouse Lethbridge" will be re- ceived up to 12 o'clock noon, June 5th, 1909, for the supply of all plant, material, labor, and performing of all work necessary to complete the erec- tion of a Courthouse in. the City of Lethbridge, and on which separate t-enders will be received for the fol- FOR residential pro- perty, rents per monto.' Price Good terms. Alberta Realty Co. 115O FOR new fully modern house. Apply P. MeMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 FOR SALE storey six- roomed house, Crabb St., good terms. Apply at: Box H.H. 123-6 FOR. SALE OR twojstory house in Riverview. Possession at once. Apply W. H. c-o C. F. P. Conybeare's. office. 123-2 i i ILLS. TT U U> masonry, carpenter work, fh B. Tainter, Local t 1 VS1 rt f 4- n fm -K-ri -MI. representative, Taber, Alta. 104-27 lowing A. AH sheet metal work, plastering and fin- ishing. B. Plumbing. C. Heating. D. Electric wiring. Plans, specifications and contract may he seen, and forms of tender had on application to the Engineer's Office of the Department of Public Works, Edmonton; to "the branch office De- partment of Public Works, Calgary, LAND FOR SALE ACRES OF WHEAT LAND- Close to Taber, for sale, ranging in price from 112.00 up. Stewart Mat- OWNERS acres first- class level land, no stone 14 1-2 miles from town. Will sell for if equity is paid in cash. 208, Lethbridge, Alta. stone pearl ring. Reward for return to Herald office. 119-6 gray horse, branded quarter circle over heart on right shoulder, x Weight about Ibs. Has been seen around river bottom. Ten dollars reward for recovery. Ap- ply John James, southeast of the Fair Frounds. P.O. Box 95. 121-6 red milch cow, branded SB on right hip. reward for return to Alex. George, John St., No. 3. 21-6 FOUND note book with name Al- mond Longford Taylor, Lethbridge in- side cover. Owner can have same by calling and paying for ad.. 121-0 never bothered to christen him at 5 150 h.p. 125 Ibs. working pressure, j or at the office of the inspector 2 second hand Ingersoll Sergeant of Building, Lethbridge. alL Jolly sort, those-er-cow chaps. GlaS3 -A straight line air compress- ors; steam cylinders 24 in- dia.; .air cylinders in. dia.; 30 in. stroke. 'pon my There was a short silence; then Mr. Renwyck blurted out abruptly: "Well, the horse is yours, of course. You rode -Each tender must be accompanied bv an accepted cheque payable .to the Minister of Public Works, Ed- MV. Ouimette thanked the him for-a full half hour." of the board for their confidence. H at a recent meeting decided j realizec] the importnnce of _ to purchase a lore, plot in Mount and slgb. TV- rti wmch their Ko Ti posi- Richard took out his watch.- glanced at it and closed it with a snap and a Pleasant own members or any friendless act- ors who die here, may be interred, j The action came as a j result of the death of Miss Elizabeth be a mistake. It required' a man i wide acquaintance in the -dis-! It was important .that the j y attend the' "Twenty-eight be exclaim- ed in well assumed dismay. "By Jove. I've lost my "Hold on there." cried the old gentle- but laughing In spite of bis oar- meetings an-d hoped thev would all i nestness. "you cau t squirm out of it Hamson, the young cnorus girl.. whoget had been performing at a local thea- j ire." No word of the urirl'.s relatives has vet bee-i received. my you t of the community. Mr. Gate nominated L. A. i for first vice president, which honor! plr. Kanly declined. j Mr. Cameron proposed J.F. Proah' for the position. Mr. Proah declined but finally yielded to the wishes of' the board. D. J. Hill was the choice of the could have stuck on him till he drop- ped dead. Xo. Lord Croyland. I'm not a'welsher, nor do 1 shy at a margin of two minutes. No. sir. Hawk is For answer Richard made, a twitch of his thumb finger, opened the horse's mouth and pointed to a badly swollen gum. "He has a bad tooth. Mr. Renwyck. which perhaps accounts for bis ugly i meeting ;0r second vice president j temper' Fil1 !t and find-a very i J For secretary. H. A. Parks was the unanimous choice for another term. j This makes the third term Mr. Parks has served in that capacity and j judging from the many complimen- tary-things said with reference to his highly appreciates DELICIOUS CONFECTIONERY Ail our candies are of the very bost best in the sense of their being pare of natural flavor, and made fresh daily. They are manufactured with great care and skill and under perfect conditions as to cleanliness. We kave all the best varieties of Choco- lates and 'Bon-Bon s. Take home a lochon's Kandy Kitchen and Ice Cream Specialists different animal." "What has that to do with the betr demanded Mr. Renwyck obstinately. Richard fastened in his monocle aft- er a desperate struggle and smiled and instantly lost his labor, for when- ever he smiled it dropped out again. "Couldn't think of accepting a dif- ferent animal, y' know. Really, as Bills says, it wouldn't bit off with my conscience." "Croyland." said the old gentleman, thrusting out his hand. "I didn't take to you much at first But if you'll come with me to the house I'll Intro- duce you to something that I keep SiiiOuy ior LrjcDuS. Mr. Renwyck led the way with bis wife, while Miss Harriet and the guest came sauntering after him, "Lord Croyland." the young lady whispered. "T don't admire yon espe- cially because yon know how to man- age a known other men who could do "Bat whatr MI do admire 700 for knowing bow to manage father. M ay I decorate yon School Supplies with tfals jwork, the board his services. i Alex Cameron was elected treasur- and to the executive committee the names of L. A. Manly, D. A. Simpson and Alex Morrison were added. Mr. Morrison and Mr. Blais were auditors. OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING WESTERN STATIONERY CO., LTD Legal Forms 1 second hand Ingersoll .Sergeant I mon ton, to the amount of five per Class G Duplex air compressor; steam' cent, of the tender. The cheque of cylinders' 18 in. dia.; l.p. air cylinder in. dia.; h.p. 'air cylinders in. in. stroke. 1: .second hand four wheel saddle tank locomotive, 42 in. guage, cylin- ders 10 in. x 14 in.; weight 14 tons. 4 second hand Jeffrey 10-ton elec- tric mine lomomotives, guage 36 in., 75 h.p. 1 new Aldrich-Westinghouse Port- able Electric Mine pump mounted, 36 guage; capacity 100 gals.; 300 it. lift.; 10 h.p., 220 volts.D. C. Enclosed motor. 1 second hand Danville tail rope haulage plant, hoist 4 drums 88 in. 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 voltt meters. 1 second hand 80'h.p. M'cEwing high speed horizontal engine. 1 second hand 40 h.p. McEwing high speed horizontal engine. 3 second hand Lidgerwood-Jeffrey electric 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 in. square soft new. 400 Hadfield's steel raine car wheels; 18 in. dia. in. axle; bronze bushed. i 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. TURNEY, Purchasing Agent, 119-7 fernie, B. C. HERALD WANT AD3T BRING RESULTS. the successful -bidder, if any, will be retained necessary contract FOR order to dispose of the balance of our holdings in town- ship four and range thirteen, west of the fourth, we are offering three and one-half sections in the above town- ship, at only per acre. All first class land, rolling but all can be plowed. This offer will hold good till the 15th inst. For further inform- ation, apply to The Canadian Real Estate Co., Room 9, Bryan Block, MISCELLANEOUS rOR SALE. with Bond for twenty per cent, of over Eureka or tender is executed. _ j Lethbridge, Alta. Cheques of the unsuccessful -bid- j ders will be returned within three days after the execution of the con- tract. V The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or waive any defects. JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Public Works. DATED at Edmonton this fifth day of May, 19Q9. Box 387. FOR SALE 1st. An improved farm of land on the Milk River, known as the Loggin Banch, about 7 miles from Coutts 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 east of North Ward Meat Market, 75 by 134, Also 1500 Royal Col- liery shares. Apply MCKNIGHT BROS., Milk River, Alta, NOTICE The partnership heretofore carried on by J. Rodjfers and Joseph A. Young under the firm name of Rodg- ers and Young in the business of a sales stable at Lethbridge is this day mutual consent. All ac- counts due the partnership are pay- able to J. F. 'Rodgers and all liabil- ities of the partnership are assumed by the said J. F. Rodgers. DATED at Lethbridge this 8th day of April, 1909. J. F. RODGERS. JOSEPH A. YOUNG. FOR work Phone 384 or apply to 425 St. horses. Bartlett 121-6 WANTED 120 ACRES BREAKING AND outfit. One mile from New Dayton. A- Care of Mason Land Co, FOR registered Perch eron stallion, double, or geldings, of drivers, bridge, Alta. Good work, horse, single or Will trade for good mares Also two or three teams Apply Box 290, Leth- 121-0 WANTED TO BUY number of setting hens. Apply Wilson's Auction Rooms be- side A. -R. I. offices. DIAMOND COAL SHARED AND BONDS We will buy Dia. mond Coal Shares and Diamond Coal Bonds. For prices and particulars, address Mighton 'son. B. C. Cavanaugh, Nel eod-l-mo ESTABLISHES 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada OFFUE. MONTREAL Reserve and Undivided Profits............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Utkbrtifc Branch- Comldmle Block, St. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno la the sole head ol a family, or any male over 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-seetiop of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Ttte applicant must appear in person, at the Dominion Lands Agency or Agency for tfie district. proxy may be made at any agency tsr of intending; homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in eaeb of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his home stead on a farm of at least 80 solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. La certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside bis home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in eacn of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fift" scrss "A' homesteader who has exhamiid hi? homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may Uke a pur- chased homeatesd in certain districts. Price per acre. jreside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W.W.COBY. Deputy Minister of the Inter... d thii adTertiMment will not be for. ;