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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtrHBRIDQt, ALTA.. THURSDAY, MAY If, KIDNEY DISEASE COMES-ON QUIETLY. no other organs work harder than tht to preserve the gonoral health of the body and most people are troubled with some Mid of Kidnoy Complaint, but do not it It may h ivo bcvn in for some time. There miy been gwelliag of the feet and ankles, dUiurhances of the urinary organs, brick dust deposit in the urine, highly colored scanty or cloudy urine, bladder pains, frequent or urina- tion, burning sensation when urinating, etc. Do not negloct any of these symptoms News. wrong Sundial, iiay business uicct- iiijf with religious services attending was hulu at U. K Ingrain's on Wed- nesday. Steps wore taken to dclinw the boundaries 01' this circuit and the appointing 01' a minister ior the ensuing year, and to ascertain wnat dtinoniinauou in the circuit contain- ed the largest enrollment of mem- bers that a minister to represent the majority might be placed in charge. We suppose such action was brought the ellort to unite the sev- 6f unison, but as no delinite results j r MOVING (PICTURES. ADVANCED i 7 VAUDEVILLE.] 1. Dick's Sister 2. Pork Butchers Nightmare 3. Piper's Dream O N O- "IflHad a Thousand Lives To Live" CONTINUOUS PEKFOSMAKCE Marveile The Snake Man 2. Bachelor Sisters Musical Sister Team Thaten aud Crawford in a pretty little sketch K-idney Fills should be taken. They go to j be obtained at present relative the seat of trouble, strengthen the kidneys h information, it was finally help them to filter the blood properly h m Indiiusa off all the impurities which cause decided to continue Bro. Lacomb m kidney trouble. charge, as his labors here have been Miss Albertha B. Clarke, Stony Creek, -i-ji., received and the esteem in Ont, -write. troubled with kidney Kv clear. troabte for several years; my back was which he is held by the people ator- ireat, I had roch terrible headaches, and i Jy demonstrated by the subscriptions was restless I could not sleep at night j received bv the committee placed in and tried everything without any benefit. has exceeded in al- Kidney Pills, so I got four bores they I most every instance double the sum completely cured me. I now feel as well j asked for. M I ever did and would advise everyone Lytle o, of Lethbridge, and dealers or Tho T. Milbom Cu., Liinitod, and expressed their extreme gratiii-j Toronto, Oct. Whan ordering specify Doau V cation of conditions 'here for the fur- j Richard the Brazen Sena Story By C Townsend Brady and Edward Peple minion Bay celebration on July 1st. A subsequent, meeting of the appoint- ther progress of the church. Several of our citizens met at Wm. NEW SASKATCHEWAN CiTIZTNS j Conners' last week and appointed a Montreal, Que., May committee on arrangement for a Do- morning closely akin to consternation reigns in Windsor Street station, when a party of Gypsies from Flor-jed committee will be held at Sundial ence, Italy, about twenty in number, Jon Saturday, 15th inst., to deter- were taken from the Laurentic the course of entertainments put in a car bound for Saskatchewan j and select a suitable place for hold- They were the most uncivilized and i ing same. As the committee men unclean lot ever seen at the Wind-1 are widely selected, representing sor. The -women were decked in all twelve of the organized a colors dear to the hearts of the Flor- entine wanderers. The men were at- tired in a manner fearful to behold. When asked by a bystander if tlur You sombrero. kerchief at brace of gu ;iiji.i x 5 slivii ou u j iiolcs ia were anarchists, bowed. they smiled and A FREAK OF LIGHTNING Blanket Covering Two Italians at St. Catherines Was Burned St. Catherines, May the severe electrical storm which pased over this district a house on Maitland stret.. Thorold, owned by Thos. Small, and occupied by a num ber of Italian laborers, was struck by lightning. Two chimneys were destroyed; the shingles torn from the roof, and the eavetroughing torn down. Two Italians who were sleep- ing in the house at the time escaped injury, although a portion of the blanket covering them was burned. MOTHER DID NOT KNOW SON'S FATE Tony Arosha Received Letter Before Execution Asking Him to Go Home Andover, N.H., May 14. A sad in- cident has just come to light in con- nection "with the last days of Tony Arosha, one of the Italians hanged here last week for the murder of Green, the Montreal peddler. The day before the execution Tony re- ceived a letter from his mother ing to let her know as soon as he was able to leave the hospital and she would send the money -1or his immediate return to Italy, little dream ing how soon or by what means her boy would enter eternity. After the letter was "read to him the boy was almost frantic with grief. "My. he exclaimed. "I wouldn't tell her. IE would kill my mother if she knew." During his incarceration his plea and thoughts were for his mother. CAP FIGHTS THEM, TOO (Ottawa Fsee Press) If, as some of our .Conservative friends "will claim today, the shrink- age in the Liberal vote on yesterday's snap division indicates a falling off of confidence in Mr. Pugsley, will they accept the other horn of the di- lemna and agree that men like Ames and Beattie and Middleboro and Price and McCarthy and Lake, all of whom "were present before the divi- large crowd should easily be "obtain- ed and an entertaining and instruct- ove program rendered tharoughly in keeping with the nature of the 001- sion. The territory represented con- tains some good, speakers and with such, additional amusements as the committee sees best to arrange, they should be able to make it a -booming success. Let us turn out, good peo- ple, and make it a day long to- be remembered. Misses Rose and Parrot are visit- ors at A. P. Rose's this week. Little May Rose has been ill the past week. H. M. Nichols, who has been sick all winter, left for his home in Xorth Dakota this week. Sunday services at C. E. Ingrain's was largely attended last Sunday. P. Xord brought his family to his homestead this week. Mr. Hempliill who for some time h-as been ill, passed away quietly last Thursday and his neighborhood will be sorry to learn they have lost a faithful friend and neighbor. COALDALE Coaldale, Alta., May I. Burnett left todav for his home ;n Buda, Illinois. Mr. Wheeler, who owns land south of Chin, has just received a gasoline plowing outfit, but up to the present he has not been able to unload it on account of the machine agent not having yet arrived. Railway contractors are at work iour miles west of here putting in a new siding north of the track. Rev. Mr. McKenzie conducted the service here last Sunday. His dis- course was a treat for Coal Recwyck's tint. Then tiiey would have knowu you were an Englishman. Now, lefs have your story." Richard looked at him. divided be- tween seriousness and amusement "But how did you know that it was j smiled the lawyer. j "1 don't understand." "If s simple. Had a letter from your father a few days since In which he told me yon were in New York and BONI TO HUNT BIG GAME IN CANADA French Count Will Forget Troubles Chasing B. C. Bear. Vancouver, B. C., May ing the purlieus of gay Paris, the glare of the city light and the seductions of the life of the boulevardier: it is possible that the Count Boni de .Cas- tellane may visit British Columbia this summer in a search for big game and his visit may extend over a per- iod of a year. Word has been receiv- ed in the city that the scion of the noble French family arrive here some time in" July or August, and remain through until the next sum- sion, "shirked the vote" and thus be- The former husband of the daugh. came partizans of Mr. Pugsley be- cause they were out on the hill when the division -bells rang? The Alexandra Cafe Leads Them All nothing is too good for its many patrons, nothing but the most advanced equip- ment to improve the ser- vice for their comfort. With the latest improved electric Tea and Coffee Urns and five electric cool- ing fans already installed this month, and the best the market affords on our table at the lowest possible cost to all. We don't .in- tend to lag in our efforts to make The Alexandra Cafe the Mecca and pride of the people of Leth- bridge and their friends. N. H. MURRAY, ter of the Gould family has grown sick of the turmoil of the life politi- asked me to look after the tenderfoot When I saw you ride I guessed. When I beard you talk I knew, for, Dicky, boy, as an Englishman you might pass muster in Rio Janeiro, bnt an actor you'd "But the they "Not a bit, I believe. They're daz- zled, blinded by your coronet Few Americans in New York can see straight in the presence- of a lord. You're safe so far." "Don't count too much on the blind- ness of one, however." "And tiat oner' "Harriet But fire away. I'm listen- ing" j Richard thereupon recounted bis ventures, beginning with the cattle j stampede at home and his willingness to come north In the hope of finding the girl He told of bis meeting with the, real Lord Croyland and how that gentleman had coolly taken the name of Richard Williams. Then he made a clean breast of his own deception aad narrated every detail of his experi- ences, with the exception of bis bust; ness conversation with Mr. Renwyck last night 'During the recital the lawyer fairly, bubbled over with amusement, ap- plauding each experience with a series of delighted chuckles. That Richard was pulling wool over the eyes of Ja- cob Renwyck was a keen Joy to the boy." be laughed, "Ifs simply glorious! And now that you bave a friend at court it ought to work out beautifully. Don't mind if I ballyrag you a little. It will only make Jacob take your side. What Is the next fea- ture on the Richard frowned thoughtfully, rose and began to pace up and down. "Mr. he burst forth, "I haven't told you the worst part of It What makes it the more Impossible, I don't see how I can. It be- well. It would be a sort breach confidence." i "Anything serioasr Tee, very. Thafs I sleep last night have cone to such a pass that I feel I most tell Mr. Renwyck who I am ud take ny medicine like a burglar OMfffct the- act" Mr. Corrigan's face felL "I am exceedingly sorry tt hear that" He thought for a moment, then looked up with a confidential art con- tagious smile. "See here I I weuldn't bave you betray a confidence fer any- thing in the world, my bey, bat there are two ways of looking at every ques- tion. Why not engage me as your lawyer? Every me a right to counsel, amd you need not hesitate to bare yoar achiig heart Come. Dick, Til accept of Lord Croyland's excellent as a re- tainer, and we'll get right to business." Richard brightened visibly. He handed a cigar, held a 110hfr ami said: "It's whipping the deifl around the I; suppose, but HO other shine as a tumble companion that morn- Ing, and his muttered excuse about a headache seemed too feminine for credulity. When an irresistible force The drive to the station was rapid and brief. The undecided Richard did not speak after all. His host per- sisted in doing all the talking, which was mainly enlarging on that precious scheme of his. "Au said Mr. Renwyck, little man, who vividly pictured the chagrin of his brother-in-law when the comedy came to an end. loved Harriet dearly, and now aa he looked at the" handsome, manly boy before him he confessed In his heart that a match between them would pleaie him beyond expression. stepping from the trap. "That's ray Everything She Ate SEEMED A BURDEN TO CARRY. HAP STOMACH TROUBLE TOUR YEARS. When your food haa not been properly digested, your body not received the benefit it should. The exertions of the gastric juice have confined entirely to removing the unmmaticatad undigested por- tiona of food which -they properly dizest aa speedily M posiible from the body, thereby only giving the blood small per- centage of nouriahinent with which to feed the tissues. Burdock Blood Bitters regu- lates the bowels, promotes perfect digestion, makes pure blood, tones the stomach, thus restores perfect health and strength to the debilitated nystem. Mrs. D. A. Francisco, Rosebud, B.C-, "I was suffering from stomach trouble of the worst kind for about four yean. Everything I ate seemed a hurdeo to carry. I always arose in the morning cal and social and his thoughts have J with a sickening and feverish taste in my turned towards Canada. WATER SYSTEM AT PRINCE RUPERT Victoria, B. C., May pro- vincial government will install a new water system at Prince uRpert. At the present time negotiations are in progress with the G. T. P. with re- gard to the financial end of the mat- ter. The work will be undertaken jointly. mouth and was also troubled with swel- lings in my hands and feet, which ray phy- sician said was due to the disordered state oi my stomaoh. I tried everything that was purchasable, and also consulted two or three physicians, hut oonld find no relief until one of my neighbors told me of a wonderful care by Burdock Blood Bitters. I tuttd altogether ten bottles and am now perfectly cured. I wish to recommend B.B.B- to anyone who may so unfortun- ate- I was. Tor by all dealers. OUR PREMIER A BOOSTER (Calgary Albertan.) The Premier of Alberta keeps busy telling of the merits and worth oi Alberta when 'he is away from Alberta and tells of what is gfcing to be done in the province to improve its con- ditions, when he returns. That is the kind of a premier to have. Another M. Rumely traction en- gine and separator was unloaded at the yards here today. It was snij> ped on a special flat car, the pro- perty of the M. Rumely Co., of La- porte, Jnd. This engine has been purchased by Alfred Daffy and will poon begin plowing about ten milos of the city. When, this Rumely dal car is unloaded it will! to transport another Rumely it.wing engine to Taber for a firm -Hard, Wash., who will use :t in -district south of Tftlxjr. TJ'esc will twcnty- plowing engines told by this firm in Southern train. Think, over: my proposition and let me know this evening. I'll send the veterinary out to look at Hawk today. Goodby. Croylaud." Richard drove slowly back. None of the ladles was about when he arrlT- ed, so he wandered Into the billiard room. He was knocking the balls aimlessly .when he was sud- denly accosted by the one person the world whose company least de- sired, "Good morning, Lord called Mr. Michael Corrigan from the doorway. "I Just came over to look you up." Now, what did be want? Well, what- ever it was, he would find the Texan was not to be bluffed. Richard's spir- its actually rose. This was something tangible that threatened, and Richard loved to deal with the real. 'It was the abstract that Involved him in difficul- ties that be. bated. "That's very kind of you, drawled Richard, with a ring of chal- lenge in his voice which the lawyer did not fail to note with concealed amusement "Pond of "Oh, in a way, yes. I'm most too abort and fat play without the bridge, but Til r take a cue from yon with pleasure if I may." "Now, I wonder if he means any- thing by that thought Rlcb- ard as he banded him the stick. The game began briskly, but soon languished, as did the conversation, Richard making an occasional brilliant shot and missing the easy ones. Mr. Corrigan by steady, consistent play ran up a good score and between times watched his opponent out -of the cor- ners of his eyes. "I shouldn't say you were up In your usual form, Lord Croyland. Bleep (To be continued.) Cement Sidewalks We shall be pleased to figure on the cost of putting in a first- class cement walk in connection with your private residence. Call us up BOYD, GOODE CO Coaerete Works, Smith Street Phone 344 Refrigerators have a Vf f- sortment now on hand both zinc and wood linings. Inspection Invited Prices to Hayr Bros. General Hardware Phone 75 P. 0. Box 27 J LETHBRIDGE ALTA. H I I I Mi I M Ml I Daily Herald Market Place ytMi have to idl to ml place H tbii colunti. If yet wait this 25c (or SI SITUATIONS VACANT breaking outfits to start to work at once. Will pay liberal price per acre. Apply to the O. W. Kerr Co., Lethbridge. X10-0 waitresses at once at Alberta Restaurant. 115-0 general servant. Wages a week. Apply Mrs. Win. Stafford, corner Eedpath and Westminster Road. good general servant. Apply at Herald Office. 125-0 man to op- erate new well drill or to take a half interest in same. Capital furnished if necessary. Address Charles S. No- ble, Claresholru, Alta. 126-6 Royal North Mounted Police TENDERS FOR PAINTING SEALED TENDERS addressed to "Officer Commanding R.N.W.M.Police and endorsed, "Tenders for Painting" will be received by the undersigned up till noon of the 18th May, 1909. for the painting of all the buildings in the Police Barracks at Macleod, two coats, surface about square yards. Material and workmanship to ba first cUss, work be completed not later than 1st September, 1909. An accepted cheque for 5 per cent, of the amount tendered for, to ac- company each tender. The lowest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. For further information apply to the Officer Commanding E.N.W.M. Police, Macleod. (Sgd.) P. C. H. PRIMROSE, Supt., Commanding "D" Division, Macleod. No payment will be made to paper inserting this advertisement without authority. 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 er about the 21st of March "A.D. 1908, are required to send by post or delivered to William S. Rig-by, Coalville, Utah, the adminis- trator of the estate of said Robert Walker on or before the 12th 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 13th' 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. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for Administrator. to J..B. Gibbon, No. 3, Ott Blk. 127-0 to know that Max- son's Employment Agency, formerly j of Devil's Lake, North Dakota, has an agency at the Windsor Hotel. Help furnished; any time in need' of help, phone the Windsor Hotel ask for the labor agent. 127-6 j number of teams at once. Apply John Guan Sons, Riv- er Bottom. PROPERTY i-OR SALE FOR residential pro- perty, rents per montn. Price Good terms. Alberta Realty Co. 115-0 FOR new roily modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 LAND FOR SALE ACRES OF WHEAT LAND- Close to Taber, for sale, ranging iu price from up. Stewart Mat- thews Co., Ltd., E. B. Tainter, Local 1 representative, Taber, Alta. 104-27 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Hmull tent (cheap) Ad- dress H. M. Royal .Collieries, also a Chinese dish washer. 128-G young man wants to form partnership investing in some good paying business. Apply Box M. Me., Herald. 129-2 BOARDERS WANTED BOARDERS a board- ing house, bath, telephone, etc, rea- sonable terms. 425 Bartlett St. 126-6 SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-ySituation to work on farm. W. S. Lewis, Address 313 Bompas St., ethbridge, LAlberta. 129-5 LOST six year old mare, a little gray, branded monogram JD on left shoulder and on left hip, about IDS., .white spot on face, right" hind foot white. Also one colt about 2 years old, .with mother, when .last seen 'in spring 1008, between city and Raymond, colt branded c4 over on right shoulder. a head reward. Return to Joe Pisko, No. 3, Main St. 124-6 STRAYED OR May 10 from Section 20, R. 21, the following: 1 flea bitten gray gelding, 10 years old; 1 bay gelding, 8 years; 1 mare 6 years; 1 yearling bay white spot on forehead. Last three had halters on. Reward paid for information or return of the above to K. Larson, c-o Hatch .Coons. 129-2 REWARD the return of a team of drivers to Furman's Livery Barn. One bay mare, weight 850, wire scar on breast, branded 3K on flank. One bay mare, weight 850, branded U2 on flank. Return and leave at Furman's, Livery. Dike, Snow and Dike, Box 226, Lethbridge. 126-4 Tenders T. E. PATTERSON. Office. Oliver Phone 887. BOUSE AND two lots on Coutts near London Rd. Price 11500; 40 ACRES TO LEASE IN 5 OR 10 acre .tracts. 40 ACRES FOR SALE IN 5 OR 10 acre tracts. Close to Lethbridge, easy terms. 10 ACRES IN. NORTH, Good house, to lease on easy terms. DANQERFIELD Si DOOLITTLE, buy and sell Dia- mond Coal Stock and Royal Coller- ies. Write or wire, 604 Mclntyre Block, Winnipeg, Man. 129-6 CHURCHES MUST PAY MUSICIANS American Federation of Musicians a Decree at Ottawa Ottawa, May .180 of the American Federation of Musicians has taken action forbidding any of its members from henceforth playing in. any of the city churches without remuneration. It has been the cus- tom to allow union men to play free in their own churched, but it is al- leged that some have -extended their services without cost to other church- es, hence the drastic ruling of the union. It will result in the abolition of number of local church orches- tras. FOR acres atrHigh River bast wheat land in Alberta, four miles from new railroad. per acre, bar- gaia at cash, balance 5 years. Apply Box R., this paper. 25-6 FOR fine lots located close to the Grassy Lake Hotel, at Grassy Lake, for on time or for cash. Apply to W. Williams, Crabb St., City. 129-6 FOR South African Scrips I can dispose of reasonably. Apply W. Bell, c-o Windsor Hotel, Lethbridge. 129-6 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, Apply Bruce Wallace, SJE. 1-4 32-8-22 or Box 1387, Leth'bridge. 128-6 FOR boarding house busi- ness, having now twenty boarders. Apply to 416 Round St. 12S-6 DIAMOND CITY .COAL FOR Persons wanting coal may have- the same by leaving orders at Second Hand Store on Hound Street. Price per ton. Phone 261, J. S. Tay- lor, Lethbridge. _ 129-6 FOR complete lim- oges dinrier set, Also house fur- niture. Apply Mrs, Stovall, opposite Chinook Club, cor. Glyn and Dufferin St. N 129-6 TO RENT. FURNISHED 11OOM TO RENT- Modern Conveniences. 53 Argyle Ave. 123-0 TO office, RounU St. Immediate Apply Win. A. Ott. 126-0 TO room, furnished. Apply 616 Cutbill 127-6 TO rooms at once, in Whitney Block. Apply fo D. J. Whit- ney, .P. 0. Box 377. 127-6 FOR RENT ON SHORT LEASE-Six room brick'cottage on Glyn St., third door north of Chinook Glub. Apply D. H. Elton at Ives Law Office, Staf- ford Block, or second cottage east of Bartlett St., on London Road. 126-0 FOR RENT IMMEDIATELY-rOne to ten acres of- garden land south of the Fair Grounds, on Grace Street. Apply to owner, second, house north of Fair Grounds. R. J. Moffat. 128-6 or three unfurnished rooms, centrally located. Apply to P. M. Weeks, Gen. Del., City P. 0. 129-6 FURNISHED rent, in modern house. Apply 1249 Bompas Si. 124-0 f ESTABLISHED 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada JHEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid up Reserve and Undivided fecMf