Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LITMIftlDOI, ALTA., WEDNCiDAY, MAY II, Was TravbM With Wsak lack For Wlttaft Mn. Awe, Black t, H.B., writes; yean I was tombled wfcl weak baek. OftantiMM I Uin in for days, befog able to tvra My- self, and I also bin a gnat miflWtr while trying to perform my duties. I doctors attending with- out tried pluttn, bat cothing wcmed to do HM may good. I was about to gira up in despair when my hnvbaad indaoed-jM to try Dam's Kidney and alter ating two boxes I am now well and able to do my work. I am posi- tive DOM'S Kidney art all that you cJiim for them, and I would advice all kidney to give them a fair trial." Doan'c Kidney t purely table medicine, realizing quick, perraaaeat relief, without any after ill A medicine that will absolutely enre Back- ache and all of Kidney and Bladder Diaeue. A. medicine that the so that they are enabwd to extract the poisonous uric acid from the blood and pre- vent the chief caaae of Price 50 per box, or 3 for at all dealers or The T. MHbom Co., limited, Toronto, Oat In ordering speeiff numerous friends in this town, to take up duties at the Lethbridge branch. His successor is Mr. Sharpe of Calgary. Our town band is getting rather sluck.- Sinco the last dance we have hoard it not. "Buck up, ye dis- ciples of Sousa." J. Cougill leaves tomorrow for a visit' to Iowa. He expects to be away about a month. The cues ami table, however, will' not be idle as the pool room will be in charge of a Lethbridge uian during his absence. E. Bade, of the Crown Lumber Co. fcd.. is busy figuring on and draw- j ng plans for two elevators. J. Birk, late of Fernie, B. C., ar- rived on Thursday and has commenc- ed to build a fine residence on Prm- ess street. F. Greive will have the balance of his stock here this week. Early next week we expect to have one of the most up-to-date drug stores in Al- berta in order. Parker Smith has fixed the lumber yard fence good and tight this time. George Begg reports things look- ing good to him in Monarch, in fact work looks too good. MOVING PlCTURES. ADVANCED i 1. Held far Ransom 2. BltfsDog 3. EfedtfaSbre O N Aiy Old Tine At All CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE 1. Le Noir's With complete settings 2. Wagner and Gray In a Japanese Novelty Act, Won at Last" Prices I5e and 25c Richard the Brazen Him II liil ii Refrigerators News Of the District RAYMOND Raymond, May ground is CARDSTON NOTES Cardston, May Herring, the Massey-Harris Company is in town looking up the business for his company. John W. Woolf M.P.P. came to Gardston on today's train. He will remain for a few days and then go to Edmonton When asked as to con- ditions in Utah he said: "The sea- son is late there as well as here. Most of the early fruit is killed by frosts. People are doing in Utah than are people in Alberta." Frank Fairbanks, formerly of Ray- mond, but recently of Salt Lake City is looking after his interests at the i Cochrane ranch. He quite admires the fine opportunities which are of- fered here to thrifty people. Abe Caldwell, an old resident of Mountain View died yesterday. Par- alysis was the immediate cause of death. He has a large family of grown up children living in the vi- cinity. He is a relation of the Mr. D. H. Caldwell who first made a settlement at .Caldwell. The funeral will be held Sunday. A party was held in honor of Messrs. Nile Brown' and William Cooper last night in -the assembly hall. These two. young men leave next week to fill missions in the east- ern part of the United 'States. Edward Cahoon, who has been per- forming missionary work for the Latter Day Saints in Missouri for the last two and a half years, returned to Cardaton today. He has enjoyed his labors but is pleased to be home once more. ;Hiram Broadbem, a returned mis- sionary from Samoa, is home again. He has spent a very-profitable time in those far off islands and returns home in. good health-and spirits. Elder Bonne, oi Aetna, is home again from a mission to Denmark. He looks well and reports every- thing as prospering in Denmark, but thinks there is ho place just as Southern Alberta. still covered with about a foot of snow, which is very wet. The roads are very muddy. There will be no school in the low- er rooms of the public school for a few days because no coal can be ob- tained. The Jeanne Eussell Co. did not go to Cardston yesterday as intended. They will play in .Baymond again tonight. The proceeds will be for the benefit of the Taylor Academy, which' is to be built in Kaymond. Messrs. Clawson and1 TVells, who were up to Baymond for conference, from Salt Lake City are visiting a few days in Cardston before leaving for the States. Mr. Elvin Johnson will return to Monroe, Utah, tomorrow after spend- ing- the past six months with tives here. Almost all who were in Raymond for conference Saturday and Sunday have returned to their homes. There are about a hundred Japs in. Baymond working for the Knight Sugar Co. There has 'been some talk .among the members of the Presbyterian church of having ser- vice for the Japs out near the sugar factory. ory By C Townsend Brady and Edward Peple MONARCH Monarch, May cage at the Canadian Bank of Commerce has a new tenant. C. Johnston left his perch with the good wishes of his MILK RIVER ITEMS Milk River, May up cur winter underwear may yet last till the arrival of summer. Mr. Marshall, of MohaJl, N. D.. was a guest several days of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fitzmaurice. A. T. Nelson has put the finishing touches to the new house which he j erected for his son .Albert and fam- ily, and thinks .of returning to Plain- view, this-week. Mr. McKay's net? store building is going up fast and we understand it is to be dedicated by a grand ball, to which, .all the country round is invited to lelp trip "the light fan- The "boys are contemplating organ- Denunciation at tbt> present speaking was rather :i sore subject with him and coming from the lips of the girl he worshiped in a one act play in which he was some one else was more than flesh and blood conld stand. It bad too definite a relation to bis present cir- cumstances to be comfortable. On the whole, he decided to get out of that play if he could. He did not want Harriet denouncing him. even In fun. She might have to do It In earnest later, and he did not wish her to have the advantage of a previous rehearsal. He was getting sensitive, he realized, .but he wanted to see her atone, to talk with her. as a kind of relief from the i troubles that were gathering around him in uncomfortable, sticky coils, Bat at every turn his innocent purpose was frustrated, and he found himself i In the clutches of some one else, an in- quisltor like Michael Corrigan. a chat- terbox like Miss Cbittendon. j He was not so occupied with his j thoughts, however, as to forget a plains- man's training, and during the latter j half hour of his wild Cower hunt be t was conscious of a upon his tralL He had turned at some remark of his companion and had chanced to see a j figure that dodged swiftly behind a bowlder some fifty yards away. He ,1 had paid no special heed to the oe- I carrence. But when It was repeated j twice he became convinced that some I one was watching be could not Imagine- As they neared Resfcnore Richard wheeled suddenly and spied the.figure crouching along a boxwood j hedge. It seemed a very strange af- j fair, and he determined to get to the bottom of It So, excusing himself on the steps of the veranda, he made a circuit of the house, cut across the rose garden and vaulted a fence Into the road. The hedge ended at this point, and, to the vast surprise of two gentlemen, Richard came land- Ing on the bead of Mr. Cornelius Van deT Awe. 0 CHAPTER XL" H, If B you; ir Mild aid, the first to recover from wtonlshmeiit "Do you know, 1 almost fancied It was one with on V _. Mr. Van der Awe.flushed, drew hlm- izmg u baseball team on Milk wlf op and annfl We -hppe they will succeed in iormiug 'a nme and find time to prac- tice and get in a position to play a few .games thij summer. Lots of fencing is being done as carloads of posits been out this spring and fifteen car- of lumber recently arrived here. Our enterprising lumbermen .are do- ing a, rushing business in line and seem to be about as busy as the .rest of us. The Dominion Land Office began b'usineHB operations last Friday with Oscar as mana'ger. A Nicely: Furnistted Home Has a influeaice on the people who live in it. Let rastihowym what it will cost to fill your lie.v requirement as it should be Med jwst Mg aMartRMaC of Linoleums and Oilcloths Furjuture Co. CrsM Street .dramatic pose, he answered without the first vestige of humor; "I was not after the poultry-f To be perfectly frank, I was after you." This was another one! Was body lying In wait for him thia% morn- Ing? Could he have speech with all the world but her? "1 admire coolly remarked Richard In return, "and I rejoice in the fact that your desire Is gratified. How may i serve "Lord said the dramatic young gentleman; "there Is a matter which must be settled, between us here and now. Upon it depends my future happiness.'' "All responded the Texan cheerily. "Shall it be rifles, pistola, lari- ats, bpwie knives or arbltrationF Once more Mr. Yan der Awe flushed. had a faint idea that the English nobleman was laughing at him, a'nplnt on which extreme youth Is sometimes oversensitive. "I think it can settled by arbitra- he answered coldly. "Will you kindly follow roe to some ISM public The two young gentlemen walked up tbe road fora short distance; stopping at the brow of a hill which overlooked the rtrar. It struck Richard that this being continually led away from the boose) of his ladylove for secret con- ferences was growing rather monot- onous. This was the fourth time In two days, and each excursion seamed to involve UUu .more deeply in quagmire of trouble. They sat dowt cndsr a tree and for a time remained "Booker asked Richard, holding oat his cigar case, "Thank yon, said the young man sadly. "I hare no heart for pleas- ure Just at present If you don't mind, well get down to business.'' The Texan lit bis cigar and express- ed a willingness to open with the enemy, while the enemy col- lected his thoughts and dug boles It tbe ground with a short sharp stick. "Lord be .began at last, "to this country openness and square- ness are' the first principles. I've heard that gentlemen have the same Ideas in England. Is this RichaM bowed. "Vwy well, I'm going to ask yot a plain, blunt question, without any In- tention of offense, and I want yon to give me a straight., 'plain answer. Which one jure yon-.afterY" '_, Richard's cigar nearly, dropped Crou between his ttetb. while be gated at his questioner to extreme nstonteh- "Which one of wbatr asked when recovered himself. said Mr. Van der Awe, I didn't pat It clearly." TW Texan tried ksrd to conceal his aad siaccssdxl "Ah. I set-." lie one are you .-ifterV" "Miss Imoyvue." fouiVssi-d tin- VOHHJ; man without rest'n-e. "ami if you don't object to my coufideiKv, Lord Croy- land, I love her :is no uinn ever loved a girl before. hang it, I it's He fell into n thought- ful pause, then looked up again. "Now, j I think I've been perfectly candid with j you, and I want you to be quite frank with me. If ifs Miss Chittendon we j can decide what to do later." i "My dear said Richard, j "you can't Imagine how I appreciate your openness and squareness.. It [.throws new light upon your glorious i American, people. Allow me to give you a cigar and be equally unreserved. While I admit without hesitation that Miss Imogene Chittendon is a most charming and utterly desirable young lady, I beg to assure you, sir, that never for a single fraction of a second have I entertained the least idea your own phrase, of going- after her. Is that "Entirely said Mr. Van der Awe, holding out his hand with the nearest j approach to happiness be had yet I shown. "I'm glad to know you in your true, real light You are not a bit like other Englishmen I have met Fact la, you don't even talk like one." bowed Richard, prudently screwing In his monocle. The eyeglass always made him feel like an idiot; but on the other hand, it gave a dash of local color to his appearance with- out which he would have been lost.. "Is there anything else in which. I can serve you, old "Yes, Lord Croyland, there is. You have very kindly stated to me that you hare no intention of making a bid for Imogene. That's very square of you, and I appreciate it But would you mind telling.her Richard laughed a long, free, bubbly laugh that came echoing back in mer- ry mockery "at this most ingenious proposition. he said, "that's rather a dif- ficult thing to do, Isn't It? Strikes me as "JTot at protested Mr. -Van. der Awe. "Imogene Is a oh, the blindness of would understand you perfectly. You he explained, "she's young. Her mind, I confess frankly, is immature. She's- apt to dazzled, I mightvsay, by foreign titles aud brass buttons and things of that description. It's a wo- man's natural instinct, yon know, 'and I Jtiave no logical right to blame her. You see, I have reasoned'It all out and am speaking from a standpoint of'su- perior age and experience. Now, you can't flnd with that line of- thought, "Not a answered RichaM gravely simply Gd ThVlorer proceeded earnestly. "As Iwogene'4 futare husband tt'ls my- duty to surroond the child with, every possible safeguard, and for that reason I should like her present Jfcncy for you disillusionized. She refused to let.me go to pick wild flowers this morning and chose yon, merely, I suppose, because you are an earl That's why I followed yon.. Now, I'm not thing that I would not do for yon cheerfully, and so I ask you again if yon would mind dropping a rather broad bint to Imogene that a union with, yon Is out of the question.'- Ton might explain that you are .unworthy of .her, or something like that-, I don't, care bow yon fix it just sojt's fixed. What do >J Richard thought for a little space, especially of bis harmless tilt "decided- We have a large as- sortment now on hand both zinc and wood linings. Inspection Invited i; Prices to jj Hayr General Hardware Phone 75 'P.O. Box 27 I LETH8R1DCE ALTA. I mi i in mi i mi, Herald Market Place have agylfclaf to Mil or (o rest pita it this If you want soytalsi ue tali 29c oie iuertioi f (or SI WANTED breaking outfits vo start to work at once. Will pay liberal price per acre. Apply to the 0. W. Kerr Co., Uo o waitresses at once at Alberta Restaurant. 115-0 good general servant. Apply at Herald Office. 125-0 stenographer, and bookkeeper for general brpkerage business. Good salary to right man Apply Box 97, City. 130-6 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 the matter of the Winding-up Act and 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 the" said Company, formerly carrying on business at Taber, in the Province of Alberta, are on or before the 1st day of June A.D. 1909 to send by post pre-paid to E. P. Miller, liquidator of the said Company, care of Domin- ion Trust Company, Limited, Van- couver, B. C., their Christian and surnames, addresses and descrip- tions, full particulars of their claims, and the- nature and amount of the securities (if any) held by them, and the specified.-value of said-.securities, verified by oath, and in default there- of they will be peremptorily excluded 22nd May, good gener- al servant. Apply to Mrs. Courtiand next door to Mi- Bennett. i_ SITUATION ancl very reliable Itody cook. Cull at A. Swennuinsou's residence. Duff Addition. 1344 NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE la hereby given that I have impounded in the Weat Pmnd near the Isolated .Hospital, the follow at animals on the 12th day ot May J909- 1 red inuley 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, !31-0 Chief of Police. LOST grey mare, 4 years old weight 1..100 branded S on left hip, white star in centre of forehead, wire cut front right foot; reward for return to Gust. Gacobson, Royal Hotel, Taber, Alta. 131-18 ..smart boys to work at tinning and plumbing trade. Hick Hardware Co. 132-3 class hotel waitress at once. Application to be made to the Steward, Lethbridge Hotel. -132-3 once, a first class, white cook one well up in al classes of cooking. Wages per month. Apply H. E. Carlson, Bow Island Hotel, Bow Island, Alta. 133-6 first class waitresses. ply to Model Union Restaurant, Dufierm St. 133.3 once, good general ser- vant. Apply to Mrs. A. B. Ripley, Courtiand St. 2nd door west of Round. 133-0 class pastry cook laud third meat cook at once. Apply i Alexandra Cafe. 133-6 LAND FOR SALE FOR fine lots located to the Grassy Lake Hotel, at from the benefits of the said Act and -Grassy Lake, for on time Winding-up Order. The presiding Judge in Chambers at the Court. House in the, City of Calgary'.-will on Tuesday the 22nd 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. CONTRACTOR WE DIG CELLARS 1 for cash. Apply to W. Williams, Crabb St., City. 129-6 FOR South African Scrips I can dispose of reasonablv. Apply W. J. Bell, -c-o Windsor Hotel, Lethbridge. 129-6 NOTICT TO CONTRACTORS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until Thursday May 20th jnext at five o'clock p.m.1 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. Macdonld Block. K- JAMES A. MACDONALD, Architect. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until. Thursday May. 20th next ai five o'clock p.m. for the erection of a band stand build- The lowest or, any tender not 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. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. DIAMOND CITY COAL FOR Persons-wanting coal: may have, the same .by leaving .orders at Second Hand Store, on Round 'Street. "Price per ton. Phone 261, J. S. Bay- lor, Lethbridge. 129-6 f CLEAN YARDS And do any .kind (rround Work. of U Apply to Boi 13 Herald Dice FOR furniture. Mrs. Stovall. Opposite Chinook Club, cor G-lyn 129-6 FOR horse power gaso- line engine. Apply John Niven, 630 Crabb St. 133-6 DIAMOND COAL SHARES AND .BONDS will buy Dia- mond Coal Shares and Diamond Goal Bonds. For prices and particulars, address Mighton Cavanangh, Nel- son, B. C. eod-l-mo TO RENT. TKe Weber I -Realty Co. I v Agents for the famous Reeves Plow- ing Engine .TO- office. Round "St. Immediate possession. Apply -Wm A. Ott. 126-0 -WAN TED--Two or three unfurnished rooms, centrally located. Apply to P. M. Weeks, Gen. Del., City P. 0. 129-6 TENDERS WANTED SEALTD TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned up till noon on May 31, 1909, for .the removal, of the .Dominion Immigration Hall in this city from its present site north of the C. P. R. track to lots 19-22, 11, Plan 723-D; and its erection ;hereon together with the necessary repairs and excavations. Specifications and particulars may 36 obtained from the undersigned to whom tenders should be addressed. A marked cheque for 5 per cent, of tender must accompany each of- "er. The lowest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. A. E. HUMPHRIES, 32-6 Immigration Agent. 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 are .required to .send by post or'delivered IQ William S. Rigby; Goalville, Utaih, the adminis- trator of the -estate of 'said'" Robert Walker .on or before the 12th day of June. A." Du. 1909 their claims, ad- dresses, full "particulars -.of their claims, and the nature of the secur- ity (if oy and that after- -12th day of June. 1909 the said administrator will pro- ceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having only to vthe. claims of which notice has: been 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 .AID. 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for-Administrator. TO -room Joe Mitchell, 1346, Bompas. to rent. JROOM AND FIRST CLASS for two gentlemen, terms moderate. -Cutbill street first-house from Bar- 131-6 TO roomed cottage to Bcfiire To Be Dyspeptic To Be -Miserable. lifk 1m U i. kfplj too ertr-toxiaf Indiftliibk food, rapidly without obtwiag fao4 inddfiof ta ket binoriti, aoaiwtioiMry, fto, dbtrm mOtf, falk tioo of itoBftdi of diitnciinf rfinpioau of BanJock Blood btood, Mp. topw vp tk> ud mil Itrtrnlj nra Mr. "I to BO OoU WM fnOlj ylif U.S., Baled Hay TOR SALE AT East End Feed Stable W. H. Nogar PROIV rent on Torrance Avenue. owner, Apply to 131-6 TO summer months, fur- nised cottage. Apply Dr. Carnpbgjl, Macdonald Block. 133-6 PROPERTY J-OR SALE FOR residential 'pro- perty, rents per montiu Price Good terms. Alberta Realty Co. 116-O FOR SALE 1st. An improved farm of land on the Milk River, as the Loggin Ranch, about 7 miles Coutts and 8 Milk River, having comfortable _dwelr ling house, horse and cattle stables and corrals. 2nd. Parcel ot land in city, situate directly east of North Ward Meat Market, 134, Also 1500 Royal Col- liery shares. Apply MCKNIGHT BROS., Milk River, Alta, FOR new fully: modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta: Lumber CoV Phone 225. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS shoes, hats, old clothes, is, pfstols and aatch. ,els and all kinds of aecond-naiid fur coata. CaU at the Second Hand Store, Redpath street, next to; McKenzie Co.' Write Box 630. 130-6 room, by young located. Address-Box C., Herald.'" 133-2 young gentleman, fur- nished room in private home. 133-2 AN N'OrtJ N C E M E N T The North Ward Store Will make its bow the Public in a few a DRUGS awl STATI0KEitTr J. H, McCROCTlE; Phm. B. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head ol a family, or any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person a4 the Dominion tanas Agency or Bub- Agency for the district. by proxy may be made at any ageney br of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of tbe land in each of three years, A homesteader may life' within nine miles" of his home stead tfn a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by him ot by mother, son, dattghtei, brother or sister. In certain districts a homeateadei in good standing may pro.empt s- quartcr-sectlon alongside iu'i home- Price per acle. Duties. -Must reside six months in eaon of: six years -from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn boooestcaa patent) and eolttTate fifty acres extra. .A homesteader who has exhawWd homestead light and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a- par- chased homestead in certain diitriets. Price 13.00 per acre, reside .six months in esch of three years, cultivate fifty 'acres snd erect a hotue worth 1900.00. W.W.OOBt, Deputy Miniiter of the Inter pablieation this .win not be lot.