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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta A., SATURDAY, MAY IS, 1909. 111 I i H l-l I i-M-M-M-M H- Refrigerators 3 i large s- sortment now on baud both zinc and wood linings. Inspection Invited WHITNEY CUTS OFF AN EDITOR'S HEAD From tho Cht'sley Enterprise, April 23, 1009 1 have the honor to inform you that his honor the Lieut.-Governor has bt't-n ploasod to remove you from office a? an Issuer of MOVING PICTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE1 Prices to I f Hayr Bros, f T i Phone 75 LETHBRIDGE General H.-mlware P. 0. Box 27 ALTA. T. E. PATTERSON. Office. Oliver Block. Phone 287. HOUSE two on C London Ed. i Any nwrriasre forms which you i may liavo on should lv re- i turned at once to the department j with a statenu-nt of account in du- plicate, when a refund will be made j to you of thvir value. I have the honor to be. Sir. 1 Your obtxlient servant. Thos. Mulvey.. Assist. Sec'y. Dear reader, do you catch the full significance of the foregoing? It means tiiat ;LS an official under governnu-nt with finolu- ranging from to per year w.- have guillotined. I'i simpler Angl '-Saxon our unworthy head rulie-.I into the basket, and it has Ikvn proclainii1'! throucriiout this Province by of the Official Ontario Gazi-tte that Win. McDonald if the unvn c-f Cliesley no longer holds a to uke the first step in making liappy. IT was in 1P04, that we were recoin- meuilKi by Dr. Stewart, who had the of ;hi> riding, to succor! 1. Life of Lincoln 2. Bobby White in Wonderland 3. Weary Waggles O when the il'inesti- ?tood to smite us when the domesti- cated got the tomahawk. And the man who takes the credit "No." seizing the opportunity wlioie truth :mu nothing it. "1 didn't." "Too muniiurw) flu- little with exas.wrnved sympathy that did not impose his victim, while he gravely chalked Liis c-ue. "American beds are hard to get used to. He received no answer and leaned across the table for a difficult shot, paused and regarded the young man thought- fully. "Lord Croyland. 1 am after a piece of information and have to believe that you can give it to me." "I shall be pleased. 1 am sure." said Richard, with admirably simulated in- dolence, although he was more keenly alive to the possibilities of a situation in his life. The little man laid his cue upon the table, dusted his hands aifa planted himself squarely in front of the pseudo nobleman. yonr the most approved branding: a heif- veranda met .ss Harriot coming from the ht-r arms full of fresh f.it roses. "Coin.? for a sbe asked. "If you wait a moment I'd like to join you." "Young person." said her uncle with mock severity, "tiero is hardly enough of Lord Croyland to go around, it seems. I've got him for half an hour, and I'm going to keep him! He took Richard's arm and led him along the gravel path. 'Is that the he whispered, slyly jerking his thumb in the direc- tiou of his niece. Richard blushed- "Oh, you young dog! Well, I can't blame you, Dick. Great girl, Isn't tion of approximately square yards of cement sidewalks. t A certified cheque for the sum of _____ One thousand two hundred dollars furnished; any time in need of SI..200) payable to the Secretary- j help, phone .the Windsor Hotel and, Treasurer of the City of Lethbridge ask for the labor agent. 127-6 j must accompany each proposal -as "a guarantee that the successful bidder will within six days after the award- 126-6 i left hip: 1 "red calf. no'visYble' I1 riid and white calf, no visible b People to know that Max- 1 black calf, no visible brand. son's Employment Agency, formerly of Devil's Lake, North Dakota, has i 131-0 an agency at- the Windsor Hotel. I_____ JOS. GILLESPIE, Chief of Police. ing of the work enter into with'the City. Satisfactory bonds will required for the faithful execu- tion of the contract. Pkuis-and specifications may be seen at the office of the City Engineer. No bid necessarily accepted. C. M. ARNOLD, City Engineer. Lethbridge. Alberta. May 1st, 1909. 119-13 Judicial Notice NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS TENDERS .will be 'received up to ..._______________________i Thursday. May 27th-for work of in- A j t stalling a sewer from engine house- n thc Old Man River at Macleod. John Gunn Sons, Eiv-. pians and specifications may be seen ____________________________________I and other information obtained ax i the office of the resident Engineer, stenographer, i Cranbrook. B. C. The company re- and bookkeeper for general brokerage j servos the right to reject any o'r ail business. Good salary to right man. tenders. Apply Box 97, City. 130-6 E. L. CHUDLEIGH, Acting Superintendent. By 22nd May. good gener- Cranbrook, May 13th, 1909. 131-3 al servant. Apply to Mrs. Courtlaud Street, next door Bennett. Player. to Mr. 131-0 They had now reached a shaded bench in. a secluded part of grounds, where they seated themselves and prepared for tbe confessionaL TO LIANCE COAL MINING. PANY, LIMITED. Pursuant to the Order made by the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart, in He doesn't g public S100 for! friends. THE OBSERVANCE OF i Pa-v either THE LAW is the question The Bulk- executioner. Radcliffe c tin is dealins with. Chief Constable hanging, job, and we have no Vickers may be the best "shift8" play- j doubt work distasteful enough er on the North Coast, and Stipen-1 to Hon. J. M. Gibson pro- diary Magistrate Manson may be able i lo be "pleased" with _ his func- 10 pray louder than any other mem- ition- AU we have to 1S that u her his church. They may both jtake; mighty little to keep him in be genial with their friends. But are j humor. they doing their -duty a? officials in j However, there is no acounting for seeing that the Liquor License Act what will tickle some people's fancy.! is enforced in Prince Rupert and 1 It made us die easier to recollect that j Skeena district? The one is paid for! even Mary, Queen of Scots, King i administering the law; the other for j Charles I. of England, and that beau-j enforcins it. Thev have no discretion tiful queen, Marie Antoinette, of j as to the laws they shall enforce. All the laws are made to be enforced, the Liquor Act among the others. .Why .-abould officials like Vickers and Man- Ir was coming, then? Well, he would admit nothing, deny everything. There was no law of business, honor or love of decapitating us is none other than to compel him to confess anything Lt.-Col. H-iii. J. M, Gibson, Lu-uten- Mr. Corrigan. ant-Govern.'.r of the Province of On- "Branding a repeated Ricb- tario. What a sicnal honor to have while be screwed in his monocle and stsred at his companion. my Michael Corrigan burst into a laugh. "Come, come, How good that monosyllable sounded after this cursed Croylaud business! Now be could understand why Bills bated to be called Woolsey, "It won't do." con- tinued Corrfgan genially, too old a bird to be caught with such salt Out with it boy! What's the meaninc of this tomfoolery It had come at last then! No con- fession would be necessary. With a sudden revulsion of feeling Richard experienced a great sense of relief. Fortune had decided for him. "Mr. Corrigan." said Richard, hold- ing out his knew when he his features became j radiant with smiles, "when you came through that door awhile ago I wished you safely in hades. Let's get out Into the sunshine. I want to make a clean breast of it for, to tell you the truth. I'm In the devil of a pickle." Mr. Corrigan laughed again and led "Ton began the fat little law- the matter of the Winding-up Act and 1 Amendments thereto, and in the mat- ter of The Reliance Coal Mining Com- pany, Limited, bearing date the 5th day of May A. D. 1909, the creditors of the above mentioned Company and all others who have claims against yer, who seemed to exude good humor from every pore, "at first I couldn't ex- actly make out what you were up to, you scamp, so I drew you out on our friend Napoleon. Ton are not well up on the history or the statuary of your country. Dicky, hoy. Brush Richard Istijthed and asked: "But you were on to me when I took ihat paddock fence, weren't you? It one of St. i ao need advice, and need it bad. Til tel! you all about it on one condition." NOTICz TO CONTRACTORS SEALED TENDERS, addressed to" the undersigned and endorsed "'Ten- TQ furnished room in der for Public School Building, private house. All modern conven- j cine Hat, Alta.." will be received un- i iences. Gentlemen preferred. P.O. ti 12 o'clock noon on Monday, May 31st. the erection of a brick and stone Public School building at Medicine Hat, according to plans and specification? to be seen at- the office to work on farm. Wni- "T- Williams, architect, Medi- W. S. Lewis, Address 313 Bompas cine Hat. An accepted cheque on a 123-0 SITUATIONS WANTED ethbridge, LAlberta. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR tiie said Company, formerly Carrying j perty. rents Co.- residential per montn. 129-5 i chartered bank payable to the order _ of the chairman of the School Board for 2 1-2 per cent, of the- amount of {tender, must acompany each tender. j The cheque will be forfeited 'if the 1 party tendering fails to enter into a contract with the Board, but will be f Alberta, are on or before the 1st j day of Juns A..D. 1909 to send by post to 1'. P. Miller, liquidator or said Cumpar.y, care of Domin- ion 'j.rusi Cjji.pany, Limited, Van- i couver. B. L'., their Christian and surnames, addresses and descrip- The lawyer nodded, puffed at .his ci- i tions, full particulars of their claims, gar and gazed up into the thick leaved and the nature amount of the tree above his bead, while Richard continued: condition on business at Taber, in the Province i Good terms. Alberta Realty conirflCT, 11 r A returned to all tenderers uprm the securities (if any) held by them, and the specified value Qf said securities, verified bv oath, and in default there- is that what I am i Of they will be peremptorily excluded Price Realty 115-0 FOR new fully modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 LAND FOR SALE France, as they bared their j necks to receive the blow. could not! boast of a lieutenant governor wield- ing the broad axe or tripping the guil- ;son be given discretion as to which lotine. How splendid we are in 'our "laws shall be enforced? Are they men [death! f more than ordinary ability? If) There must have been a mistake in the way through .the front halL On the they were they would not be holding j the order, because Hon.. J. M. Gib- down "cheap" government jobs. They son was a member of the cabinet i were sent to Prince Rupert to enforce I that appointed us, and without ask- laws of British Columbia. They: jng for an explanation he proceeds were not sent .here to be "good fel-. chec-rfully with the gruesome job. Oh! lows" with law breakers or to stand-' cruel Johnnie Gibson, how c-uld you in with big railway contracting firms. be "pleased" with such awful work? Every TV an in a community should A brave soldier like you condemning his own bottom. He should not to be ;.s a good fellow; ;or good fellows are good fel- lows the aid of either "Are You The results of modern civilization are j evidenced in an increase of nervous dis- orders. It could not be otherwise with the way we eat, drink, lose sleep, and keep up a continual round of excitement. Tlw booster.- or churches. The hir- an inoffensive civilian without even a 'drumhead trial is something un- heard of in trials of political offend- ers. It is too late for you to expres work, the the excitement, all tell regret now. Our official life has gone i nerves till they cry out in revolt. ed clt-cquers r-f a thoatr? have i out. We fi'lt like tho man who was never y.: made either an actor or-a j to be hanged and was asked i! he play more czn Man-j had anything to say. and replied: son an'1 Vickers boosters make the j "Nothing, except that this will be people Lv'ieve these tw.i officials art; j un awful lesson to doing their duty, without fear and j Though Hon. J. M. Gibson assumes without favor, in Prince Rupert. j and will not be placated till a remedy such I aa MILBURN'S j HEART AND NERVE PILLS I corae along their nerve-strengthening Dp-nnrT-mpnt; nf Works. I wits so bad that the least noise j bird! All's fair in love and Wall w.mM make me jump and ray heart would j street He isn't a lamb. I tell you. He's a ram. and n butter at that! of the Department of Public Works, Edmonton; to the branch office De- j partment of Public Works, Calgary, j or at the office of .the inspector at site of Building, Lethbridge. Each, tender must b2 accompanied by an accepted Cheque jpayable to the Immediate A. Ott, TO room, furnished. 127-6 possession. Apply Wm. 126-0 TO rooms at once, in Whitney Block. Apply to D. J. Whit- P. 0. Box 377. 127-6 ,FOR RENT SHORT Minister of Public Works, Ed- room brick cotta'ge on Glyn St., third monton, to the amount, of five per; door north of Chinook Glub. Apply cent, of the tender. The cheque of D. H. Elton at Ives Law Office, Staf- Shear him, ray boy. sbear him to the j the successful bidder, if any, -will be retained until the necessary contract neighbor. cy in supporting the C. N. R. j Rickett, and I induced her to try them and j of two million acres mav haw hast- they effected a rare. ,1 can endorse their ior anvone afflicted as I was. i enef! our omwal hut we j fftul.'ln't IK a fivi-dolbrs Gov- Price, 50 cents a box, 3 boxes for Sl-25, ernnsor.t position stand in the way of Uichard quietly, you can't! ford Block, or second cottage east of Bartlett St., on London Road. 126-0 TENDERS WANTED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned until Friday, May 21st. at five o'clock p.m. for the erection of a store and office building on Round St., Lethbridge, Alta., for W. C. Ives, Esq. The lowest or any ten- der not necessarily accepted. Plains and specifications may be seen at the Architect's offices in the Mac- donald Block. JAMES A. MACDONALD, 129-5 Architect. 4 Place Your Orders for DRAYING ....WITH, JAIL FRAME our Driving expression to our ideas on i grants of public land to Mackenzie or iviafiu. i Our last license issued was to a j who is paying his brick-'s ex- from Holland to Canada, and, ;icording to thc marriage Act wo charg j him on which there is a profit i of SI.SO or 000 per cent. But no j law can prevent us making a wedding j pre.-ent, so we gave the prospective! bridegroom back one- dollnr, j Dt'nr Col. Clark, thc next time you are in Chesloy please call at the En- i torpriso office to sec us. It will not j tho first man you have scon with j his official head off, but it may be the first to take his decapitation as a huge joke, and who has only one fault to find with you, namely that the painless operation was delayed so long. Toronto. Out. "Mr. Corrigan." said the Texan ear- mon thing to take advantage of an- other ninn wheo you can. and it may be foolish