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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDOE, ALTA., TUESDAY, MAY II. I 4 4 C C.W. Gray when you need 4 Paint He Sells E L P H A N T Liquid Paint It wears longest and covers more space to the gallon. He has been selling this Paint for years, and has never had a complaint This store has just unloaded a car of Shelf Hardware and Kitchen Utensils which, as usual, have been marked at prices that in- duce the buyer G, W. Gray The oldest etUklithed hardware in the eity CANADA AT SEATTLE Building and Installation of Exhibit Completed This Month Seattle, May final ship- ments for the Canadian Government exhibit of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific. Exposition have been received, and by the middle of May Hie building ai'.ci installation of exhibits will be completed. The work of grading and planting the lawns is done, and the entire place will present a beautiful appearance on the opening the first- of May. The location ol the Canadian build ing is excellent, and overlooks the entire grounds and the waters of Lakes Washington and Union. It is near the Music Temple and across the street the handsome building of the Japanese government is situated. The Stadium is some two hundred yards to the'south, and is near the Forestry building and the natural amphitheatre. The building of the Grand Trunk line is placed near by and both are surrounded by inform- al In assembling th.' exhibits oi Can- ada, the principle resources of the country are exploited comprehensive- ly and" elaborately. Agriculture, hor- jt'iculture, minerals, fishing, manuiac- j t-uring and wild are displayed lavishly, and the entire collection is one of exceptional interest and value. The exhibit is general in scope, and every section of the great land north of the United States has con- tributed from its resources. The ex- hibit of mines and minerals is par- j ticularly exhaustive, and the agri- i cultural and horticultural products j present a surprising variety of speci- I mens. In the arrangement of display, Ca nada ranks among the very finest of j the entire exposition. The exhibit is iso placed that it shows to the best j possible advantage, and the elaborate collection makes a notable 'showing. I June 10 has been named as Domin- ion of Canada Day, and on this date the grounds will bs in the hands oi Canadian visitors. The programme has been specially arranged for the occasion, and will be made one of the greatest possible interest to Domin- ion guests. plCTURES. ADVANCED j VAUDEVILLE. 1. Dick's Sister 2. Pork Butchers Nigtonare 3. Piper's Dreaw O N Q "If I Hid a Thousand Life" CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE L Marvelle The Snake Man 2. Bachelor Sisters Musical Sister Team Prices I5c and 25c Richard the Brazen Sena Story By C Townsend Brady and Edward Peple CONSOLATION ULTRA Dear girls wiih whom my feet have trod, Our happy childhood's school Glad witness to your constant zeal And love that's now grown The love that binds us ail in one The wholesome love of man The eager striving oi us all To win one if we can. The love of hopes that lie in dust When we have passed our prime And ever points with beckoning hand To joys in future time. 0 come out west ye lonely ones, For bachelor hearts await The train that brings fair maidens Who too have lingered late. l This grand expanse is dotted o'er With shacks just built for two And one poor soul lives lonely there Who, yearning, waits for you. The bachelor eats his lonely meal In silence and despair And cross the rough board table looks For one who should be there. In vain he fries his pork and beans And serves his porridge cold And munches at his hard baked loaf All covered oe'r with mould. The birds they come and sing to him The pigs they come and squeal The coyote howls upon the plain To catch a sight of veal. The gopher slyly seeks the door The badger burrows near And each "and all regret the cause That brought the- bachelor here. 0 rise my sisters one and all. There's work for you to do Come banish all those idle tears And find your mission true. For two are better far than one For counsel or for fight And hard and irksome duties When cheered by love grow light. The cat will guard the gopher From 'off your garden plot The cow will moo your praises So be "Johnny on the spot." The early bird doth get the worm Hhen quickly come and choose A shack on these- broad acres You should not dare refuse. For life is short and hopes ebb low. And ueartr-throbs measure time So come and join the Western band Before you pass your prime. Cipriano Castro, the deposed presi- dent of Venezuela, has been con- demned by the courts to pay six years' rental and heavy damages for the arbitrary occupation of the Mir- aflores Palace in Caracas. This building is the property ol Senora Joaquim Crespo. widow of former woinau so Is almost us "How are yon Iata- gorda City and Gulf Railroad and Im- provement company, just as I repre- sent the Longmatt Development and Construction company. He Isn't a friend of mlne-at least no longer-and, by George, I've got Mm! And, uore, I'm going to squeeze him till bis body Is as dry state of Texas! I think you told me that you knew bis The old man's name is Bill Wil- liams." n Richard's brain was In a whirl. Tbe Houston. Matagorda City and Gulf Railroad and improvement company was bis father's pet, tbe darling offals heart He had worked over it slaved over it and owned the controlling inter- estln which he had enor- (To be continued.) TENDERS BIDS will be asked for the ter work and material on new Bank of Commerce Building up to 6 o'- clock- on Wednesday evening May 12th. Lowest or any tender .not ne- cessarily accepted. Plans and speci- fications can be seen at small _ office in front of site or an opplication to W. H. Cawston. Contracts for Other trades will be. called for later. "126-3 Administrator's Notice to Creditors NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to the Order of His Honour Judge Winter made the 7th day of May A. D. 1909 that all creditors and others having claims against the estate of Robert Walker, late of Coalville in the State of Utah, Farmer, deceased, who died on or- about the 21st of March A.D. 1908, are required to send delivered to "William S. Rieby, Coalville, adminis- trator of the estate of said Robert Walker on or, before the ifcth day of June A.' D. 1909 their claims, ad- dresses, full particulars of their claims, and the nature of the secur- ity (if any) held by them, and that after the said 12th day of June A.D. 1909 the said administrator will pro- ceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard, only to the claims of which notice has been received, and that the said administrator will not be liable for the assets so distributed or any part thereof to any person of whose" claims he shall not then have had notice. DATED the 7th day of May A.D. 1909 C. F. P. CONYBEAKE, Solicitor for Administrator. ACRES OF WHEAT LAND- Close to Taber, for sale, ranging in price from up, Stewart thews Co., Ltd., E. 1 )Tainter, Local representatiye, .Tabery-Alta- We shall be pleased to figure on the cost of putting in a first- class cement walk in connection with yov-r private residence. Call GOODE GO CoacreU Works, Smith Street Phone 344 LAND FOR SALE FOE- 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 111.00 per acre. All. first class rolling but all can be plowed. T.his offer will hold good: till the 15th inst. For further inform- ation, apply to The Canadian .Real Estate Co., Room 9, Bryan Block, over Eureka Theatre, or Box 387, Lethbridge, Alta. SEALED BIDS will be received by he: City of Lethbridge at the of the City Engineer until 12 noon, May 17th, 1909 for the tion of approximately yards of--cement A certified .cheque for the. sow-of One thousand two hundred dollars payable to the Secretary- rreasurer of the City, of Letbbndge must accompany each proposal :w a guarantee that successful bidder will within six days after the aitard- mg of the work enter Into a contract with the City. Satisfactory bonds Trill be reauired for the faithful execu- ion of the contract.: Plans and specifications may be seen-at.the-office of the City Engineer, bid necessarily accepted. C. M- AKNOLB, City Engineer. FOE acres at High River best wheat land in Alberta, four miles from new railroad; per acre, bar- gain at f cash, balance 5 years. Apply Box R., this paper. 25-6 WANTED TO BUY number of setting hens. Apply Wilson's Auction be- side A. R. I- offices. 123-6 to five acres within five miles of city near .good water. Spot cash, or 'will exchange for city lots. Address P. 0. Box 1365 127-2 Piano for the summer. Private family. c-o Herald. TO CONTRACTORS BULK TENDERS are invited for the erection and completion of a brick addition- to the Macleod School. Tenders are; to the Secre- tary School Board on or before noon Tuesday the 25th instant acompanied by a 5 per cent, marked cheque which will be returned to the unsuccessful" contractors. -The lowest or any tender will not necessarily- be accepted. Plans and specifications may be seen at the offices of the Secretary, Town Hall, Macleod; F. W. Lowes; Calgary; bridge. and C. B. Leth- Address Box C. H. 127-2 BOARDERS WANTED BOARDERS a board- ing house, bath, telephone, etc, rea sonable terms. 425 Bartlett St. 136-6 FOUND note book with name Al- mond Langford Taylor, Lethbridge in- side cover. Owner can have same by calling and paying for ad. 121-O MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR head oxen, weight 1500 Ibs., 4 sets harness, 1 black mare, weight 900 Ibs., in foal, brok- en single, double and saddle, Bruce Wallace, 8.E. 1-4 32-8-22 or Box 1387, Letirbridge. FOR A 'Boarding house Busi- ness, having Apply to 416 Round St. hoardera 128-6 I1 l r i1 i r r i> i D W ILK IE Preset. HOM.ROtliRTJAFFRAYV4ce.Pree. Accosts, of Ftrmeri and ll l> l> l> ll Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorited "MJMS Capital Paid Up Private Individuals tAVINOS DEPARTMEWT-apecia attention w to Bank IMpodtf ol and upwards and ett allowed at enrwnt from Man Tenders Lethbridge, Alberta, May 1st, 1909. W-13 1st. An of land on the Milk River, known as. .the Loggin Ranch, about 7 miles fronr 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, 8YNOP8IS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS: Any peraoD wno is the head ol a family, or any over old, may homestead a of available Dominion land in MsM- toha, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The ftpplicaat appear in pewonj_at the Dominion Agency Agency lor the district, larj proxy may be made at any ler of intending homesteader. Dutiei.-Bix months' and cultivation ol the land in of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his hone. stead on a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied fty him oi by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or In certain districts a in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his hosne ttead. Price 13.00 per acts. -Hust reside six months in of six years from date ol homestead entry (including the time earn homestead patent) and cultlvaU fifty acres extra. homesteader who has exhausted homestead right and cannot A hU Uin a pre-emption may teks t. <1 mMnflM. Price IJ-00 per acre. reside six months in years, cultiTtte fifty a house worth 1300.00. W.W.001T. Deputy MiaUter ol tot Inter N B puWicatloa ihfs advertiiement will not be p lor. ;