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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LlTHirtlDOI, ALTA., MONDAY, MAY 10, IMI. Eczema, Salt Rheum. or Salt Ruoum, as it is often ealled, is one of the moat agonizing of skin dtwasaa. It manifests itself in little round blisters, which contain an extremely irri- tating fluid. These break and a crust or is formed, Tin burning, itching and smart- Ing, especially at night or when the part is txpoeed to any strong heat, are unbearable. The pn-aminoitt success which Burdock Blood Bitten has met with in permanently curing a disease of such severity is due to iu wonderful blood cleansing and purify- ing properties. No other remedy has done, or can do, ao much for those who are almost driven to distraction with the terrible torture, as our thousand! of signed testimonials caa testify to. Mrs. John O'Connor, Burlington, N.S., years I suffered with Salt Rheum. I tried a dozen different medi cines, but most of them only made it worse. I was advised to try Burdock Blood Bit- ters. 1 got a bottle and before I had taken half a dozen doses I could see a change 1 continued use and now 1 am completely cured. J cannot say too much for your wonderful medicine. For sale by all druggists and dealers. RAYMOND Raymond, May is here again. The snow which fell last week is fast disappearing. Mr. Stevenson, of Salt Lake City, is making preparations to -build in Raymond. He will move up here as soon as he has finished his house. Miss Lexie Rodeback has accepted a position in King Bros., dry poods department. Miss Leah Davies. who has been, visiting with sister. Mrs. "E. Wynder, of Cardston. has returned to Raymond The musicale which was to be giv- en last Thursday at the of Mrs. Amos, but owing to the storm was will be held May 6. The musicale is being by the Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyter- ian church. The Latter Day Saints services wore held in the opera house yester- day, as the meeting house is beinjr repaired- The Farmers' Co-operative, store, of which Mr. Brewerton is the man- ager, will be opened in Skouson's old store, in about a week. Mr. Kimball has accepted a posi- tion as book-keeper in the Raymond mercantile store. A dance will be given tonight in the opera house ,for Mr. John Powel- son, who is soon to leave on a mis- sion to the northern States. Miss Mary Boyson, who has spent the past week at her home in Stir- ling, returned yesterday. Clarence Ostlund returned this morning from Stirling, where he spent the past week. R. A.- Gillies is visiting relatives in Claresholm. A grand -ball will be given in the opera house, Friday, May 7, under the auspices of the Stake Young Men's Mutual Improvement Associa- tion, of the L.D.S. church. A grand match on roller skates will he .one of the events of the evening. Refresh- ments will be served free. Admis- sion one dollar bere yesterday and may take up superintending of the installation of the system should the by-law pass successfully. A branch of the Fish and Game Protective Association in be- ing started here. Travis Bagley, game warden, is interesting himself in the movement today obtained K large number of members. Thia an association which is very much needed. No one can study the sta- tistics showing how America has been swept clear of game and bad rivers emptied without having considerable anxiety for Canada. Numbers of "sportsmen" go out Irorn here and all over to -shoot ducks and bang away all over the place, wounding and killing drakes, ducks and young indiscriminately, thinking it fine fun. Others do not seem satisfied unless they have'taken 50 to 100 fish out of a creek of all sizes. A party said to the writer the other day, Well, I do not know much about Sport, but I know that trout are pretty good eating and I always get as many as- I can." He seemed to think that the idea of sport in the way of discrimination in taking fish or shooting game was some fad. There is no fad about it, and it will be well if the new game association to something to make fishers and shooters more merciful. A well known rancher, not long de- ceased, made himself unpopular with some in preventing indiscriminate fishing on the creek at his place, but he was only doing what was right in the way of prevention of waste and slaughter. The new elevator opposite Third avenue will be erected by the Great West Grain Co., of Brandon. Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD TORONTO Capital Authoriitd Capital Paid Up Rwt O. R. W ILK IE President. HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice.Pres. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Farmers and Private invited. SAVINGS Specia attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of and upwards received and inter- eat allowed at current rate from date of deposit. Uthbridgc Branch, W. R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Bound St., beside Bentley's Store. Richard the Brazen Serial Story By f Townsend Brady and Edward Peple CLAREHOLM Claresholm, Hay keeps fairly fine but cool. The farmers have been busy the last few days. Seeding is well on to completion Mayor Frost is absent on a short holiday to the east. He will .return .in about ten days. P. Turner Bone, of Calgary, was Fig Pills for Fagged People Are the great upbuilding medi- cine of the age. New interest in life after you've taken a box or two. 25 cents a box or five boxes for a dollar. For sale by Alberta Drug Co. MILK RIVER Milk River, May Muller's car of settlers' effects arrived and kept several of the boys busj' help- ing him to unload. The river has fallen to very nearly normal again. The flowers are blooming again around Milk River. The Pioneer Lumber Co. manager is a busy man these days. keeps Mr. Remington's teams busy unload- ing lumber in good shape, of which several car loads have arrived. Mr. McKay has the lumber on the ground and a staff of carpenters are working on his new store, which will be 50x30. We wish every success to Mr. McKay. Oscar Fitzmaurice has sand and stone on the ground for. his new re- sklence, which he intends erecting in the near future. The traffic, bridge over the river is badly needed. Only a few days ago we recorded the death of one old- tirner-r-. This is not the time to talk but to get busy. Unless we have that bridge we shall be having more death lists, .which has a detrimental effect on new settlers. The Citizens 'Lumber Co. 'manager managed to hook a fish the other night. We congratulate him on his fishing capabilities and hope for still further results. Nobody knows whe-. ther the fish was dead or alive when it was caught. Mrs. Satterlee arrived last week, also Mrs. Helms and several more of the ladies. Let 'em all come, the more the merrier. Three new settlers are rafting lum- ber down the going as far as three, range 7. Their enterprise and pluck is worthy ot note and reminds us of old times. May their venture be a success to the utmost. heard that he worked in marble. though 1 may be v.-rony." "But what t don't ex- claimed Mr. Reuwyck, woy you Englishmen ever put up a statue of Napoleon at all. Seems to me that hating him as you did It was rather a curious thing to do." "Not at said Richard desperate- ly; "prisoner, St and all that sort of mag- nanimous." Uncle Michael did not seem convinc- ed and was about to ask more ques- tions when Mr. Renwyck turned upon him sharply. "Michael, you are doing this for the take of argument I don't believe you know anything about it, and, Xvhat Is more, I think Lord Croyland is hu moring you for the sake of politeness I'll prove it" He turned to Richard boy, I ought to have warned you In advance. My brother-in-law Is a crotchety old lawyer who has never got over his bad habits. Tell hon is there a statue of Napo- leon Bonaparte In Hyde park smiled Richard, greatly reliey- at this tarn, "there is not" "Who is It, said Richard, with tri- nmplinut carelessness, although he real ly did not know whejtber there was a statue or not But then neither did any one else at the table, although All but Miss Chittendon had visited England, some of them many times. The. company laughed at Mr. Corri- gan's discomfiture, while the victim himself seemed to enjoy it with the keenest zest That dangerous incident was closed. The dinner was finished at last and Mr. Corrigan, pleading an appoint- Bent, departed, greatly to Richard's re- lief. The rest of the evening was In company with the ladies, for the young man's efforts to single out one In particular were Invariably frus- trated by the other three. It was not nearly 11 that he had a short half kour with her alone, but hi this he was repaid for, all his tribulations. Miss Harriet was dressed In an exquisite fale blue gown, modestly revealing a neck and shoulders which to Richard were the most beautiful in all the Garbutt Business College Stafford Block, Lethbridge Day and Night School, I n d i vidual instruction Book-keeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Lessons in English. Geo. J. Schmidt, Principal Etow Island ALBERTA Choice Business and Resi e> dential Lots This towngite is iltuated 64 miles east of the city of Leth- bridge, on the Orowi Nest PAM Division of the C. F. R. and hai the celebrated "OldGlory" (M well adjoining the town- site. There ia a good supply of coal and water. No invest- ment on earth like earth itself. Buy now as prices are advancing daily. Prices of lots range from 196.00 to 1260.00, according to location. Special prices for blocks. Terms are one-third cash and the balance payable in six and twelve with interest at six per cent, per annum. For full particulars call or write to LUDTKE WADDELL Bow Island, Alta. "CAN I GET If Your Trouble comes from UM Kidneys, or from Kidney In the Blood, YES! And if you been ailing time don't low your courage. It ttkoa some constitution! longer than But Doan'i Kidney Pilla will gradually drain the poiaona oat of your system; the jrain In your back will atop; the sediment, in the will ceaae; there will no rheumatic psins; yon wUl feel freer and brighter, and when the last of the poiaona hare gone you will be" well. There is no way of getting kidney poiaona out of nyiteun except through the kidneys, and no medicine ao iu taking them oat M Doan's Kid- ney Fills. Mr. W. Parkins, Sooth Mattland, N.3., writea: "I it my duty to let you know of the great core I hara obtained by using .Doan's Kidney Pills. For aix months I oould not obtain a good night's rest, had to gat np foot or fire times to urinate, and the urine wat thick and ved. I commenced using Doan'a Kidney PflJj and in a Terr short time I was right atfd fit again. I am very thankful to hare found so speedy a Price 60 cents per box, 3 boxes lor at all dealers or mailed direot by The T. Milbvm Oo., limited, Toronto, Ont la ordering apacify "Doaat'a." i j world. They sat on the front veranda. i overlooking the river, she in n low i -wicker chair and he on the steps at i her feet Behind clusters of wistaria blooms, while beyond in the I darkness the first of the fireflies twin- kled like To them came the nighttime aceuts and the murmur of the wind across the mighty Hudson em its journey to the sea, Miss Harriet told him of her trip to Texas and of the gallant cowboy who had aarad her life, while Richard lis- tened wltb a bounding heart Belonged to claim a hero's place, to confess his deception and tell her the bare truth. And yet be paused. To confess would involve disclosing the reason o his deceit, aud he dare not risk the chance of losing Tier yet She young, romantic. The vary daring of a lover's bold design might appeal to her but, on the other hand, it was bette to wait till he bad won her heart than to ruin all by foolish precipitance. "And what sort of chap was this cow1 he asked her presently. she answered, with enthusiasm. was tall and stralgh and strong. Why. he lifted me as though I had been a child and set me down as tenderly as my own mother might have done. It all came so sud deuly and I was so bewildered that scarcely even thanked him. I know he thinks me perfectly horrid, and I would give anything on earth if could only tell him that not" "And you saw all that In five min- he asked eagerly. "In five she exclaimed, surprised. "How do you know how long It was 7' perfectly natural infer- he stammered, hunting for cov- er desperately. "Well, it was a short she sighed. "And yet you did not learn his Hiss Harriet shook her bead. "No. We came away at once, and I had no chance. You see, I only saw him for a Is, after he put me he was in such a hurry to catch his cows." Richard smiled into, the wistaria Tine and silent for a time. 'I he. began presently, the young fellow was of the or- dinary type of cowboy we see so fre- quently Interrupted Miss Harriet, with a dedslTcneas that pleased him to the quick; "he was nothing of the sort Of course he was roughly dressed, as they all are, but a gentleman is a gen- tleman eren in a flannel shirt, and 'chaps' don't they call them? Do you know, Lord Croylaud, he reminds me In many ways of you. she added hastily, "I don't mean that quite different You see, he Now the wurm weather has come attend to your garden. We have a full stock of Garden Rakes and Hoes Lawn Mowers I and Hose Pipe Call and see them I Hayr Bros. General Hardware Phone 75 P. 0. Box 27 J LETHBRIDGE ALTA. H-l 11 I I I I I I Daily Herald Market Place you have atythiif to or to rest place it it this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI TO RCNT. STOKE TO RENT-in Hill Block, feriri St. CO feet long, neat windows. Now occupied by Wni. Head Co, Vacant June 1st. Apply 33. J. Hill it Co. SITUATIONS VACANT and wife, man to do farm work and wife to cook. Sallee Cecil, Lethbridge. 122-6 breaking outfits to start to work at once. Will pay liberal price per acre. Apply to the 0. W. Kerr Co., Lethbridge. UO-0 waitresses at once at Alberta Resiaurant. 115-0 general servant. Wages a week. Apply Mrs. Wm. Stafford, corner Eoad. Kedpath and Westminster 116-0 competent general ser- vant. Apply Mrs. Geo. B. Mackay, cor. Bompas and Bartlett Sts. 124-6 Royal North West Mounted Police m good smart boys to j work at tinning and plumbing trade. The Hick Hardware 125-3 TENDERS FOR PAINTING SEALED TENDERS addressed to good general servant. Apply at Herald Oflice. 125-0 man to op- SSL n e undersigned np till noon of the 13th j _ the .SITUATIONS WANTED at Macleod, two coats, surface1 abour square yards. POSITION Engineer Material and workmanship to gasoline plor.-ing years first class, work t'-> be completed not experience on gas engines. Apply to Box C. M. R., c-o Herald! 124-6 observed the pseudo earl, with a heavy sigh. "Miss Ren- wyck, I, too, would love to become an American you teach me ir she laughed. "Tea, I will, If you promise to follow Instructions im- plicitly. be answered. "I'm ready for my lesion. How will you be- She thought for a moment, then coked down upon him impishly. "First I think I should like to de- stroy -your monocle a cro- quet mallet" Richard screwed it into his eye with renewed rigor and stared up at her hrougb It with an excellent simu- lacrum of a wondering English Incom- prehension, stammering out with de- ilfhtful vagueness: ye mean while I k, Hiss Renwyckr (To be continued.) later than 1st September, 1909. An accepted" cheque for 5 per cent. of the -amount tendered for, to ac- j company each tender. j____________________________________ The lowest or a'ny tender not ne-JFOR SALE--Choice residential pro- cessanly accepted. i-serisv .rents per moniii. PROPERTY FOR SALE the Officer. Commanding Police, Macleod. (Sgd.) P. C. H. PRIMROSE, Supt.. Commanding "D" Division, Macleod. FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT- Modern Conveniences. 53 Argyle Ave. 123-0 TO in writing, will be received by the un- dersigned up to the 15tl) May for the privilege of renting the residence, unfurnished 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 Redpkth St., 4 rooms, also 7-roomed house for sale on Smith St., second house south oj Bompas. Apply on premises to E. G Hazell, Smith St. 134-6 STRCTLY FIRST CLASS. ROOM AND two gentlemen with pri- vate family. Centrally located. Terms moderate. Apply Box 19, Her- ald. 123-6 FURNISHED ROOMS-To rent, in modern house. Apply to Box H. c-o Herald. and board in pri- vate house not more than six blocks from Post Office. Apply to H. J. Da- vis, Box 672, City. -125-1 TO furnished suitable for two "friends St. room, Apply 623 126-1 LOST black spring overcoat, on Macleod trail between traffic bridge and the road to government' quaran- tine- Finder please return to Her- ald office. i TPAP FOR n j -A new rally modern No payment will be to paper house- Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. inserting this advertisement without South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. authoritv. TENDERS NTED FOR SALE storey six- roomed Crabb St., good terras. TENDERS will be Deceived by the Apply at Box H.H undersigned until Tuesday May llth next, at five o'clock p.m. for the erec- tion of a building for the Union Bant of Canada at Lethbridge, Alta. The 123-6 LAND FOR SALE 50.000 ACRES OF WHEAT LAND- six year old mare, a little gray, branded monogram JD on left shoulder and on left hip, about bs., -white spot on face, right hind foot white. Also one colt .about 2 years old, with mother, when last seen in spring 1908, between city and right shoulder. a head reward-. Return to Joe Pisfco, No. 3, Main -St. 124-6 quarter circls over horse, branded heart on right shoulder. 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 lowest or any tender not necessarily Close to Taber, for sale" ranging in price from up. Stewart Mat accepted. ____ Plans and specifications may be j thews Co., Ltd., E." B. Tainter, Loca seen at. the Architect's offices in the representative, Taber, Alta. 104-2 A. Macdonald Block 122-5 JAMES A. MACDONALD, j OWNERS acres first clas, level land, no stone 14 1-2 miles from Architect. LOTS FOR SALE FOR lot, well located, with 1-room shack and good barn, or will trade for good team and wagon. town. Will sell for if equity is paid in cash. Address Box 203, Lethbridge, 122-6 FOR order to dispose o the balance of our holdings in town ship four and range thirteen, of flour mills on railroad ave. Call two-storey house east .the fourth, we are offering three a'nc a IT 124-2 j one-half sections in the above town _____j ship; at- only par acre. Al first class land, rolling but all car be plowed. This offer will hold gooc SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shake- speare, will receive pupils in singing und voice production. Also engage- ments for Ballad Concerts, At Homes the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. Auction Sale By W. L. WILSON Auctioneer Having received instruc- tions from C. J. Tronsou situated one and one half miles north of Rocky Coulee Post Office, I will sell his farm stock, Im- plements and Household Furniture. Wednesday, May 12 at p.m.. sharp Terms: All sums of and under, casb, over that amount, approved joint notes payable Nov. 1st, 1909, with 8 interest- till the 15th inst. For further inform ation, apply to The Canadian Rea Estate Co., Room 9, Bryan Bloct over Eur-ika Theatre, or Box 387 Lethbridge, Alta. 123-6 FOR acres at High River bsst wheat land in Alberta, four miles from, new railroad. per acre, bar- gain at cash, balance 5 years. Apply Box R.. this paper. 25-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOE work horses. Phone 384 or apply to 425 -Bartlett St. 121-6 FOR registered Percheron stallion. Good work horse, single or double. Will trade for good' mares or geldings. Also two or three teams of drivers. Apply Box 290, Leth- bridse, Alta. 121-6 FOR Rhubarb Apply Win. Ott, 320 Glyn St. roots. DIAMOND COAL SHARES AND BONDS will buy Dia- mond Coal Shares and Diamond Coal Bonds. For prices and particulars, address Mighton Cavanaugh, Nel- son, B. C. eod-l-mo WANTED TQ-BUY number of- s'etting hens. Apply Wilson's Auction Rooms ba- side A. R. I. offices. 123-6 A NEW THOMAS ORGAN FOR A Car of Rockers, Dressers and Assorted Furniture Just placed in S'ock IKe White Furniture Co. PhoiM 396 Slrttt WANTED 120 ACRES BREAKING AND DISCI Horse outfit. One mile from New Dayton. A. Care of Mason Land Co. MONEY TO LOAN or four well broken oxen. Apply Box 27, Herald. 121-6 "the return of-Va. team of drivers to Furman's Livery- Barn. One bay mare, weight 850, wire scar on breast, flank. .One bay mare, 'weight-. 850, branded U2 on flank! Return and leave at Furman's ,VDike, Ssow and Dike, Box 226, Lethbridge. 126-4 Tenders SEALED BIDS will' be received by the City of Lethbridge at the'office of the City Engineer until 12 o'clock- noon, May 17tn, 1909 lor 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 Seeretary- Treasurer. .of the City of. Xethbriclge must accompany''weach 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 execu- tion of. the. contract. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of the City Engineer. No .bid necessarily accepted. C. M. ABtfOLD', City Engineer. Lethbridge, Alberta, May- 1909. 119-13 FOR SALE 1st. An improved farm of land on the Milk River, known as the Loggin Ranch, about 7 miles from Courts and 8 miles from Milk River, having comfortable dw.el- itig house, horse and caltJe stablee and corrals. 2nd. Parcel of land n city, situate directly east; :of North Ward Meat Market, 75 ;by 134, Also 1500 Royal Opl- iery shares. Apply MCKNIGHT BROS., -Milk River, Alta, ROOMS WANTED rooms, furnished or unfurnished. 'Win. Dunn. 125-2 BOARDERS WANTED BOARDERS a board- ing house-, b..tli, telephone, etc, rea- sonable terms, 425 Bartlett St. 126-6 FOUND note book with name Al- mond Langford Taylor, Lethbridge in- side cover. Owner can. have same by calling and paying for ad. 121-0 ESTABLISHED 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada SHEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits............. Accou