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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LlTMBftlDOI, ALTA.. MONDAY, MAY 17, BUNUBHT CANADA WHEAT LANDS ATTRACT- ING SIOUX CITY CAPITAL HOUSE CLEANING Instead of being a tOBOtu drudgery a pleasure when Sunlight helps you. Remember Sunlight all the work, at half the cost and In half the time of other Soaps. Follow directions Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you free a cake of their famous Plan'tol toilet soap, if you mention this paper. NEWS FROM TP. 12 R. J8 Hursh has decided to locate in one of the best townships in Al- berta, 12-1S. James McBrain passod through our burg yesterday enroute from his homestead. J. Williamson was transacting busi. ness at Taber the iirst of the week. M. L. Kxandria has gone to Ma- grath and might be absent for some time. i Ira Rice drove up to the Parks' horse ranch Monday and purchased a fine pair of black drivers. John Kensel was exploring a couple of "townships north of us Friday and Saturday. i C. Y. Myers was calling oa some of his friends in this vicinity today. Mr. Lockhart, who is located near.' the C. Y. ranch was visiting his brother Monday. E. 0. Knight and H. Hehman -'rove to see the high buildings and get an apportun- ity to pay half a dollar to ride on the ferry. Miss Annie Wolf is spending a few days under the parental roof before returning to town. John Hemple came over to gaze on a good country Sunday and re- turned home the same day. i Mrs. E. O. Wright and Mrs. L. M. Grove were calling on Mrs. James Taylor I Mr. Fobert, left Wednesday for his borne at Max Bass, N. D. Barney Keifer is busy putting in a crop on L. S. Whip's farm. We see by the Moose Jaw Herald that Hon. A. M. Carliie, one of N'orth Dakota's most noted men, has located at Moose Jaw. The farmers in this locality are wearing a smile that reminds us of a watermelon with a slice cut out of it, all on account of the splendid crop prospects, which is enough to make a man congratulate himself for living io Alberta and it is safe to venture the assertion if the future can be judged by the present time, with the surplus of moisture, we are bound to have a bumper crop. (Sioux City, Iowa, Journal, May 9.) The Southern Alberta Land arid Development company, a Sioux City enterprise, whose board of directars is composed of D. S. Lewis, pres- deat; N. A. McFaul, vice-president; S. Grady, treasurer and secretary: W. C. McNeil and F. W. Phiiiips. during the past year has purchased outright acres of wheat lands in Southern Alberta, twelve miles across the boundary line and some forty-two miles south of Lethbridge. The emigration into this district by way of North Portal, on the Soo lino, during the one month of March. 1909, was 726 cars of sot- tiers effects and it is estimated that fully as many settlers from the Unit- ed States went over the Great Nor- thern, the Burlington and the North- ern Pacific lines, and while no offic- ial statistics for the month of April have yet been published, it is known that the number of settlers is con- piderably larger than that -of the pre- vious month. Bruce Walker, com- missioner of at Winnipeg, estimates the wealth of the United States settlers who have come into Western Canada at The part of the movement at this time i? to the Southern Alberta wheat district, and this is not surprising when it is known that the govern- ment statistics show the wheat yields to run ,from 40 to 60 bushels to the acre and a rainfall remarkably even j and abundant for the successful rais- ing of small grain of every kind and also an attractive climate. An at- tractive feature, also, is the cheap which underlies most of the land In places where it crops out at the surface this coal can be had free for 1 MOVING PICTURES. ADVANCED milllilliillHIIIH 1. Blie BM 2. Prince's Idea 3. His First Cigar s o Suce Yon Call Me Dearie CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE 1. Le Noir't With complete stage settings 2. Wagner and Gray In a Japanese Novelty Act, entitled, u Won at Last" Prictt I5c and 25c Richard the Brazen Sena Story By C Townsend Brady and Edward Peple eraiors We have a large as- sortment DOW on hand both zinc and wood linings. Inspection Invited teJI you, sir. I hauling his machinery and household goods "from Lethbridge, where he sbippc-d to on account of getting1 across the river by avoiding to pay toll at the ferry. The Weaver boys are" contemplating1 fencing their in the near future. Irish. Torn has moved out from Taber and is ..erecting a bouse on his homestead.. Jack Hill passed through here on Tuesday enroute for his homestead, northwest of here. X.- H. Handy is putting in i months.on his homestead. The recent moisture is making the fields look green. the digging. A goodly proportion of this emigra- tion into Canada is from Iowa, Mih- Nebraska, asd South Daka- ta as well as from states farther east. Jn the vfcinity Sioux City towns such as Pierson, Kingsley, Hawar- den, Orange City, Sioux Center and ethers are contributing their full pro- portion both of settlers and of capital i fjr incvestmeat. In connection with its land business the Sioux City De- I velopm'eht Company is opening this season a wheat ranch at a cost of The general man-: ager of the company, F. W. Phillips formerly of McNeil, 'Neb., reports that the traction plvws, under the able guidance of H. N. McAdow. who will be well remembered here, are working from ten to fifteen hours per day, converting virgin prairie into productive wheat fields in what will be known as the ranch, christened after the home state of its owners, and where the latcnstring will be out to all throsa who hail from the Hawkeye or neighboring states. Due to the large development work being carried on by the com- pany, a 'goodly number of Iccal in- vestors are purchasing land in and around the company's holdings in order to realize the advance accruing to the land as a result of the com- pany's development work. Among others could be mentioned T. S. and J. P. Martin, who purchased ac- Carl Smith, of Bantrv, D., is m t m-u T> m res; T. A. Thompson, R. C. A. Flour- :f. could never lujk :ss tin- face. To mij it th-n money or dad or .-ujythii'g i-Ixc. I be a poor EiijjUsliinsn :i mighty bad actor, but I forget that I'm still a gentleman." Richard looked his companion squarely in the eye and turned on his heeL He was about to stride angrily away when he felt two short, plump arms clasped tightly around his waist and heard a laughing voice murmer in his ear: "Oh, Dicky, Dicky, what a bully little minister you have spoiled! Sit down, young man. and let me tell- you one thing soberly." He half dragged. half pushed Richard to a seat upon the bench and stood above him. resting two plump hands upon his shoulders. The laughter now was gone, and in its place came a wondrous tenderness. "My be said, "I'd rather nave you as yon stood just now than as the owner of all deep water har- bors that were ever dredged. You came 'here to win Harriet and you're going to get her if I have to sit on Jacob Renwyck while you run off with the girl on a la Lochln- yar! God bless you, boy! I love you for what you said, and now Fm going to tell you something; else." Once more the merriment twinkled Jn the little gimlet eyes whose owner held his sides and shook from shoe to collar button. Richard waited patient- Ij for "Uncle Michael to speak, bat that gentleman sat puffing his cigar and ap- parently studying the momentous ques- tion In all its lights and bearings. he said abruptly, "you hare got yourself Into a nice mess, haven't "For various reasoas In me first place, what good will it do? Would you then be In a position to tell your father? No; you see that clearly for yourself. You will be invited to leave Irvington and will accept the invita- tion promptly. Thus endeth the first lesson, Miss Harriet Renwyck being the principal subject matter. Mr. Ja- cob EeirwTck will then institute pro- against one Bill Williams Prices to Bros, i General Hardware t Phone 75' P. 0. Box 27 LETHBRIDCE ALTA. Daily Herald Market Place Mythtag to idl w real place II ii this cobna. If you wait aiythitf this colttwu 25 c OM iucrUoi f for SI PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE-Choioe residential pro" perty, rents per month. Price Good terms. Alberta Realty Co- 115-6 FOR new lully modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS SITUATIONS VACANT breaking outfits to start to work at once, will pay liberal price jper acre. Apply to the O. -W. Kerr Co., Lethbridge. UO-0 waitresses at once at Alberta Restaurant. 115-O small tent (cheap) Ad- dress H. M. Royal'.Collieries, also a Chinese dish washer. 128-6 WANTED-Ali kinds of old clothes shoes, hats, guns, pistols and satch- els and all kinds of second-hand fur coats. Call at the Alberta Second Hand Store, Redpath street, next to McKenzie Co. Write Box 630. 130-6 good general servant. Apply at Herald Office. 125-0 to know that Max- son's Employment Agency, formerly of Devil's Lake, North Dakota, has an agency at the Windsor Hotel. EEelp furnished; any time in need- of )elp, phone the Windsor Hotel and ask for the labor agent. 127-6 LOST the Lethbridge Hotel and the Athletic Grounds a gold lock- et engraved C. M. L. Finder will be rewarded by returning the same to Wright's Je.welry Store 131-1 number of teams at once. Apply John Gunn Sons, Riv- er Bottom. noy and H- G. general ag nt of the C., St. P., M. and 0. FATHER OF MRS. B. JONES DEAD STORM IN IOWA Kansas City, Mo., May cloud- burst occurred Jast night at- Huxley, Iowa. Large hailstones covered the ground six inches deep. Country roads are buried under water for mil- es around the Chicago Northwest- ern right of :way south of Kelly. 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 cent8 a box or five boxes for a dollar. For sale by Alberta Drug Co. (Toronto Telegram, May 11.) George Frederick Hagarty, former y lieutenant in His Majesty's 01 th Regiment, died this morning his residence, 21 Walmer road, [the age of 61 years. Death resulte after an illness of some ten weeks Deceased was born in Toronto an was a son of the late Sir John Haj arty, an Irishman. When connecte; with the British regulars the late Mr Hagarty was stationed at one tim the West Indies, then in England, anc later in different places where the re giment was sent, For many year be had lived a retired life. He i survived by a widow, one son and three daughters. The son is Dudley Hagarty, and the daughters are Mrs B, Morton Jones and the Misses Hag who live at home. RATTLESNAKE IN MAIL BAG South Norwalk, Conn., May When John C. Greenwood, postman, put his hand in his mailbag yester- day, he brought it out again in hurry, for, coiled up in the bottom, was a three foot rattlesnake, alive and in good working order. Green- wood killed the reptile, which wa found to have ten rattles. A Nicely Furnished Home Has a great influence on the people who live in it. Let us show what it will cost to fill your requirements as it should be filled We have just received a Hg asaortnmit of imported Linoleums and Oilcloths TCWhite Furniture Co. Crabk Street you? Ifs up to yon to do something8 original. Any ideas on the said Richard; "I'm going to Mr. Beuwyck this evening arid make a clean breast of It Tf s the only thing I can do." Mr. Corrigan whistled softly. "After which brilliant move I dare aay you will apply for board In .the state Insane asylum." "Any place will do for me after admitted-the unfortunate ad- Tentcrer. "You would find its Inmates congen- ial after you followed that course, I am sure, but if T were ID your place rd do nothing of the kind." "TOvtr -nnt-V WHY AM I ILL? HOW TO TELL. Does every cold afifect your' back, and causa! a feeling of chilliness, followed by disturbance of the kidney action. Does the use of spirits, tea or beer excite the kidneys? Aro you easily worried and annoyed over trifles? Are the'feet and hands cold? Circuktion bad? Dothejeet -and legs swell? Is there puffincsa under tho'eyes? Do yon have rheumatism, poor eyesight, headaches and backaches? 'Tj or any unnatural action of the I If you have any of the above symptoms your kidneys are either weak or and these symptoms are warnings of more troubles to follow; Disease, Diabetes or Dropsy. Whatever you do, whatever you. think your disease is, look well to your kidneys at the first sign of anything wrong, Give them just the aid they require in Doan's Kidney Pills, the Great, Quaker Kidney Medicine, and see how well and fit yon after even a few doses. Mrs. O. Warren, Badissoo, Sank., writet: I was troubled with very severe pains in my back for years. I tried everything I could think of but they did me no good. A friend told ne about Doan's Kidney Fills and after taking two boxes, I have not been troubled since." Price 50 cents per box, or 3 boxes for at all dealers or The T. Jkfflban Co Limited, Toronto. In ordering specify "Doan'a." -toot, by George! My vision Is a shade Imperfect owing to creeping age, but I think I see Harriet over yonder un- der the'trees. I, as your counsel, di- rect you to go and talk to her.71 This last piece of advice was too good to "be neglected, and Richard, dis- missing his cares, followed it forth- with, I obtaining Information by fraud In. flw person, of his son." "But, my dear cried Dick, with I aeme asperity, "I had no such inten- tim, I assure you. The information It was forced on me." exclaimed the old knowingly. "That's just the delicate polat I'm speaking legally. Of course yeu're innocent Ton know it, and I beltere it, but how about a Jury of your peers? To put it bluntly, yea bare taken the name of a wounded and helpless man withotit "his knowl- edge or consent You have bribed big Bad point Dick-very bad. Then creep Into a confiding oW gentleman's house and worm away the secrets of his Inmost heart The al- leged pursuit of the girl is merely a blind to cover your deep laid, crafty, nefarious designs, "Hold on, for vehement ly protested appalled at the revelation of his perfidy by the law- yer's merciless logic, which was about as hard to bear as tf it had been a truthful indictment "Don't put It that way! You make me feel like ait actual criminal. Next I'll be stealing ihelr cut glass and silver hairbrushes." "I am merely looking at it from a legal point of said the little man solemnly. "To confess to Jacob now la the very worst policy imaginable." "Then what am I to demanded tie young man savagely. "Brazen It advised his counsel, Striving to suppress the dancing hu- mor hi his eyes. "But for the Lord's lake, Dicky, boy, do brush up on Eng- lish history." "And what of Mr. Corrigan began to chuckle and to rub his hands violently. "I'm he said, with great conviction, "that Bill will have to play tbla'tand alone. You can't help him, young man, and you've got to trust to luck. If your father finds out about the deal he may pull down Jacob's lad- der; If I'm almost as sorry for Bin as I am for his Richard drew his brows together in a troubled frown, "And Is that all the advice you can give he a-ked, hoping against hope. said the kttte man; "there Is one more suggestion, and a sound one. Judicial Notice TO THE CREDITORS OF THE RE- LIANCE COAL MINING, COM- PANY, LIMITED. Pursuant to the Order.made by the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart, in stenographer, and bookkeeper for general brokerage business. Good salary to right man. Apply Box 97, City. 130-6 22nd May, good gener- al sen-ant. Apply to Courtland Street, next Mrs. Player, door to Mr. 131-0 133-2 the matter of the Winding-up Act and j Bennett. Amendments thereto, and in the mat-- ter of The Reliance Coal Mining Com- WANTED-An experienced waitress paoj, Lmmed, bearing date the 5th for ice cream parlor. Applv at The day of May A. D. 1909, tne creditors Good Co.'s Store iaa.9 of the above mentioned Company and I all others who have claims against' the said Company, formerly carrying on business at Taber, in the Province of Alberta, are on or before the 1st i day of June A.D. 1909 to send by post j pre-paid to E. P. Miller, liquidator} of the said Company, care of Domin- ion Trust Company, Limited, Van- couver, B. C., their Christian class cake and Union Bakery, North 132-2 SITUATIONS WANTED NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE is hereby given that I have impounded in the West Pmud near the Isolated Hospital, the follow animals on the 12th day of May. 3909: 1 red muley cow, indistinct brini on left hip; 1 red calf, no visible brand; 1 red and white calf, no visible 1 black calf, no visible brand JOS. GILLESPIE-, 131-0 Chief of Police. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS TENDERS will be received up to Thursday, May 27th for work of in- stalling ,a sewer from engine house to the Old Man River at Macleod. Plans and specifications may be seen and other information obtained at the office of the resident Engineer, Cranbrook, B. C. The company re- serves the right to reject any or all tenders. E. L. CHUDLEIGH, Acting Superintendent. Cranbrook, May 13th, 1909. 131-3 to work on farm. W. S. Lewis, Address 313 Bompas St., tions, full particulars of their claims'; i ethbridge' 129-5 31st, 1909, fur toe erection of a-brick and the nature and amount of the and stone_Public School building at NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED TENDERS, addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Ten- der for Public School Building, Medi- cine Hat, will be received un- ti 12 o'clock noon on Monday, May securities (if any) held by and LAND-EOF? SALE the specified value of said securities, verified by oath, and in default there- FOR SALE-Two fine lots iocateo. The presiding Judge in Chambers at the Court House in the City of the 22nd for cash. Apply to'w." Williams, Crabb St., City. 129-6 Calgary will on Tuesday __ __ day of June A. D. 1909 at" the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon hear the report of the liquidator upon the claims of creditors submitted to him pursuant to this notice, and let all parties then attend. TENDERS WANTED SBALTD TENDERS will bs receiv- ed by the undersigned up till noon on May 31, 1909, for the removal of the Dominion Immigration Hall in thi FOR South African Scrips I can dispose of reasonably Apply W. J. Bell, c-o Windsor Hotel, Lethbridge. 129-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. present site north of the C. .P. E. .track to lots. 19-22, block 11, Plan 723-D, and its 'erection thereon together with the necessary repairs and excavations. Specifications and particulars may be obtained from the undersigned to tenders should be .addressed. A ..'marked .-cheque for 5 per cent. of tender must aceompanv each of- fer. The lowest or any tender not ne- Cessariiv' accepted. A. E. HTJMPHEIES, 132-6 .Immigratrm Agent. FOR head oxen, weight 1500 Ibs., 4 sets harness, 1 black mare, weight 900 in foal, brok- en single, double and saddle, Apply Bruce Wallace, S.E. 1-4 32-8-22 or Box 1387, Lettibridge. 128-6 Medicine Hat, according to plans and specifications to be seen at the office of Wm. T. Williams, architect, Medi- cine Hat. An accepted cheque on a chartered bank payable to the order of the chairman of the School Board for 2 1-2 per cent, of tbe amount of must acompany each tender. The cheque will be forfeited if the party tendering fails to enter into a contract with the Board, but will be returned to all tenderers upon the letting of conract or in case of non- acceptance of any tender. The success- ful tenderer must be prepared to fur- nish bonds of a satisfactory character to the Board to insure the proper completion of the work. The lowest or any tender not necessarily .accepted. W. J. BROTHERTON, Chairman, Medicine Hat School District No. 76. May 12th, 1909. 131-2 FOR boarding house busi- ness, haying now twenty boarders. Apply to 416 Round St. 128-6 DIAMOND CITY .COAL FOR Persons wanting coal may -have the same by leaving orders at Ha-nd Store on Round Street. Price per ton' Phone 261, J. S. Tay- lor, Lethbridge. 1296 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. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Architect's offices in the Mac-, doriald Block. JAMES A. MACDONALD, 129-5. Architect. FOR complete lim- oges dinner set, Also house fur- niture. Apply Mrs. Stovall, opposite Chinook Club, cor. Glyn and Dufferin St. 129-6 W CHAPTER X. HEN the young Texan had Kot out of earshot Mr. Cor- rigan leaned back and laugh- ed tfl] his plump sides could itand the strain no more. Rarely had tie passed so amusing and delightful n half hour. He lived the lonely'life of a wealthy old bachelor, arid the com- edy Kiid come-to him In the shape of godawtfd. He liked what be had seen of oiau Immensely, and he was prepared to like him more for hit father's sake, but he determined to make hlsa suffer as. much as possible payment for bis reckless assurance. Besides, he bad another end In view, the success of which depended largely upon the SOD of hig oid friend Bill Wll- lams. feature of the game WM a Joy to his merry heart and In ortUr (To be continued.) 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 CoacttU Smith Street Phone 844 NEEDS PROTECTION (Olds Gazette) Dr. Mclntyre, M.P., of Strathcona, made a very decided low tariff speech in the Commons in reply to Wm. Thorbnrn, M. P. of Almonte. Mr Thorburn is a woollen manufacturer and naturally is anxious to have the duty increased upon woollen goods. A few days after this debate Dr. 'Mc- Intyre received a letter from a work- man in. the town of Almonte, which is very fair evidence of the dire necr es'sity of greater protection to aid the languishing-manufacturers in Cana- da. The letter reads as follows: "Almonte, April 15th. "Mr. years ago Mr. Wm. Thorburn was working in the factory at one dollar a day. Thirty years ago he started making flannels. He is now worth a quarter of a million dollars. "He needs more protection, don't he, poor Bill." FOR furniture. Mrs. Stovall. Opposite Chinook Club, cor. Glyp and Dufferin. 129-6 FOE horse, power gaso- line engine. Apply John Niven, 630 Crabb St. 132-6 NQTICT TCT CONTRACTORS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until Thursday May 20th aiext at five o'clock p.m. for the erection of a brick residence on Coutts street, Lethbridge, for Mr. John Brodie. The lowest'or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. Plans and specifications may be seen- at the Architect's offices in the A. -MacdohH Block. JAMES A. MACDONALD, 131-4 Architect. TO RENT. TO office, Round St. Immediate possession.. Apply Wm. ott; 126-0 TO room, furnished. Apply 616 127-6 TO rooms at once, in Whitney Block. Apply to D. J. Whit- ney, P. 0. Box 377. 127-6 FOR RENT ON SHORT NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED TENDERS will, be receiv- ed by the undersigned until Thursday 20th. next at five o'clock p.m. for the erection of A band :stand build- ing. .The lowest or ,.9-ny -tender ne- cessarily accepted. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Architect's offices in the A. Macdonald Block. JAMES A. MACDONALD, 131-4 Architect. FOR SALE 1st. An improved farm of land on the Milk River, known as the Loggin Ranch, 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 i v-n. OJO.VXV-L -XT a preemption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain Price per acre. reside six months in each of tfertt years, cultivate fifty acres ani erect houte worth W.W.QOBY. Deputy Minister of the N.B.-Unaothoried this adTertiseoHat will not be for. ;