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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHBRIDOE, AtTA., THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1909. COLEMAN NOTES Do you know the difference between working and having the work done lor you Sunlight Soap actually makes the dirt drop, you time and injures neither hands nor clothes. That is just the difference be t w ee n Sunlight Soap and ordinary soaps. Follow Directions Lever Brothers, Toronto, .will send you free a cake of their famous PI a n't ol toilet soap, if this Diaper. J. Halifax Hall, who associat- ed with construction work on the Crow's Xest road, died in Edmon- ton. 4 4> 4- The Menu at Tte JUterta Restaurant is as extensive as any in the city. Open day and night. Everything- in season. Coleman, Alta., May news that Rw. H. R. Grant, of Fernio, has been appointed us the third member of the board of arbitration to deal with the strike situation is being re- ceived with general satisfaction. Mr. Grant lias many friends and admir- ers in Colemun and district and it is hoped by and all that the pres- ent state of standstill and stagna- tion will be speedily brought to a close. The Coleinan local of the U. M..VV. of A. is this week giving out orders for groceries and other supplies for tHe miners and their families. Many miners have left town. Others are putting in their time by riding and other amusements. A number uf interesting games of foot- ball have been pulled off lately. One on Saturday was played between Cole- man and Bellevue, resulting in a victorj- for Coleinan. The score was Another game was got up today j between two local teams. j Notwithstanding strike conditions. i tilings going ahead in Coleinan very hopefully. Many new dwellings are in course of erection. Quite n .number oi additions are being 'made to business blocks and an air of con- fidence and hope seems to prevail everywhere, especially among busi-1 ness men. This is due in no small j measure to the prospect of the new j mine, the property of the McGillivray Creek Coal and Coke Co. being opened up in the coming summer and au- tumn. W. H. Oliver returned a few days ago from his homestead near Edmon- ton and will occupy his old position j as night operator at the C. P. R. depot. 1 MOVING PICTURES.1 ADVANCEtt- VAUDEVILLE 1. Held for Ransom 2. Blind's Dog 3. Effect of a Shave I. Le Noir's Marionettes In their Second Sight Read- ing Act Any Old Time At Ail CONTINUOUS PEKPOKMA.VCE 2. Wagner and Gray Iu a Breakfast Quarrel Prices I5c- and 25c Refrigerators We have a large as- sortment now on hand both zinc and wood linings. Inspection Invited I Prices I to Daily Herald Market Place you have anything to sell or to rent place it in this column. If you anytbifljf use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI MISCELLANEOUS WANTS kinds of old clothe, shoes, hats, guns, pistols p.nd satch- els and all kinds of second-hand fur coats. Call at the Alberta Second Hand Store, Kedpsith street, next to McKenzie Co. Write Box 630. 130-6 SITUATIONS VACANT young man, furnished room in private house. Apply Box j 247, City. 135.3 T' ______L ._______uTiLm_____ energetic man ol sound i commercial experience, position as i business manager, bookkeeper, or po- jsitioa of trust. Al references. Apply JJ. Arthur, Box 400, Pincher Creek. 135-6 WANTED-Tweuiy breaking outfits to start to work at once. Will pay O w to the! BOARDERS and 0. Kerr Co., Lethbridge. UO-O j board in a modern house wTth hob ;and bath, telephone, etc. waitresses at once at i APPI.V 425 Bartlett St. 135-6 Alberta ttestaurant. 115-0 Story By C Townsend Brady and Edward Peple ly imprudent retuai... Miss Imogene "Oh. I of half an hour ago. Then he flung ari away his cigar and turned to his com- j panion. "Look he said. "I'm going to help you out In this matter, but I'll have to do it in my own way. I have a brilliant idea as a starter. .lust lis- ten and don't interrupt me. They're going to have a play next Friday night called 'The Man and the I by ji swift a mo_ ment: then MN-s spoke: "You uou'r ovwentbu- siastic at the -wt. Lord Croyland. Dou't yon thick iiu- part would suit The Texan considered her words thoughtfully, fumbled for his monocle, got it into position affer another gym I Hayr Bros. General Hardware Phone To T. 0. Box 27 LETHBRIDGE ALTA. good general servant. Apply at Herald Office. 125-0 NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT' NOTICE is hereby given I have impounded in the West Piund near the Hospital, the followi beg 'Bird.' I'm the man, j. nastic exercise with bis left eye and and iliss Imogeoe is tbe bird. You sighed elaborately. see. the rough idea is this: I'm engas- i "The he stated, with a slow I n _ Competent stenographer animals. on the 12th day of May. J009: red muley cow, indistinct bnn-i on WANTED-By 22nd May, good gener- i al sen-ant. Apply to .Mrs. Couriland Street, next door to Mr Bennett. 131_Q 131-0 JOS. GILLE3PTE, Chief of Police. LOST once, a first grev mare, 4 years old, class; Ibs., branded "s on left ,-------f v I J.V.J..J Ui wliite cook one well up in all! hip, white star in centre of forehead, classes oi cooking. Wages per! wire cut front right foot; rf-vrard nicmtn. Apply H. E. Carlson, Bow! for return to Gust.-Gacobson, Royal Isiand Hotel, Bow Island, Alta. 133-6! Hotel. Taber, Alta. 14" 131-18 An Italian laborer, name unknown, j ed to Miss Renwyck. but am in j drawl, "is ivas seriously injured at Crows Nest with Huojsehe .to the point ot it-but-sh delightful as 1 understand! 4> was -i the ph'.v. of course So far on Monday. The injured man -.was employed in a rock quarry and fell off an embankment some thiriv ply feet landing on his back. He was brought to on Monday and is being at- tended by Dr. West wood. is jii rbe room with liis in language which Is simply beautiful.. making other demonstrations that are Appeals to everybody-by its Excellent Menu and to claim the patronage of all Union Men As it is run on strictly union principles Rooms in connection SETTLERS' RECORD J. B. Fowler from Helena, Mont., i came in over the A. R. I. with a settler's effects and will locate in the Lethbridge district. D. Burns, from Conrad, Mont., has dieuce. Of course I'd rather set my heart on doing this role; but by Jove. Tin going to chuck the thing and let you do cried Mr. Van der Awe, benefactor's baud. district. I John Can tin PROPRIETO R Did you ever see what the Menu Card at The Fashion Cafe says? Did you ever see how the waitresses and cooks carry out the instruc- tions on the Menu Card Try it! The iHexeiiilra 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 Ooffee 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 efforts to make The Alexandra Cafe the Mecca and pride of the people of Leth- bridge and their friends. clutching at his "Oh." 1 "Wait." said Richard. "1 navea't fixrisbed yet. A young man of your T ol- histrionic talent ought falrlv to amved at Lethbndge with a car of j glitter iQ a part it will give you a chance to do the de- voted to your ladylove. Just as you are in the middle of it Miss Harriet sails in and denounces you. Oh, it's a bully little play, especially the de- nuDCiation.! But you don't mind that on account of your great and glorious love for the bird. Miss Harriet's re- marks just roll off you like water from a j duck's, .back. Touching little scene! Hanged If I can see how I can give It up, He pansed, slgbed, then turned impulsively: "Shucks! I don't want to appear mean. The part is For half a --minute perhaps Mr. Van der Awe gazed In silence at his gen- erous friend, beaming- with gratitude. "Lord he murmured shall I be perfectly candid, Miss The ladies in ?i breath assured him that that was just what they wished, so be continued, straggling with em- barrassment: "I've never gone in for that sort of once and confess with regret that I caused a fiasco. I'm stupid at such things really, you know, abominable.. It is rather duty of a guest to comply with tht wishes of his hostess, and I feel it in- cumbent upon COP to make a trial of the .role, even if the outcome holds mt up to open ridicule. We appear a bit eccentric to "am fully aware, but nevertheless It hurts at times He paused and looked at his plate in deep confusion. Miss Harriet blushed furiously. She had wounded her fUMt unwittingly and ?yas sincerely sorry. Lord Croyland, she thought, was act- very nobly In thus sacrificing In ladies' and gentlemen's wear and in web. Also table covers, handkerchiefs etc., just received FROM JAPAN Toys, porcelain ware leather goods, paper nap- kins etc. Chow Sam Co. first class waitresses. LOST OR grip coutaia- Apply to Mc-del Union. Restaurant, j ing clothes and also U. S. naturaliza- Duiierin St. ouce, good general ser- vant. Apply to Mrs. A. B. Eipley, Courtland St. 2nd door west of Round. 133-0 133-3 {tion papers. Finder please return papers to Alex. Wagner, Hetan, S.D. 135-2 class pastry cook and third meat cook at once. Apply Alexandra Cafe. 133.6 servant. Mrs. Geo. Taylor, 650 Bartlett. Apply 134-6 Judicial Notice TO RENT. TO office, Round St. Immediate possessian. A. Ott. Apply Wm. 126-0 I J j or three unfurnished rooms, centrally located. Apply to (P. M. Weeks, Gen. Del., City P. 0. sake of her foolish and she ought to have consulted him first of all. She made up her mind at once and turned to him impulsively. x "Lord she said. "1 beg j, yon to believe me when 1 say thut I i Krwea never thought for an instant of hold- ing you up to ridicule- Won't you for- give me? It was splendid of you to i agree, won't have tbe 4? WHALES AT WAR Montreal, Que.7 May ers arriving on the Allan Liner Pre- torian, this morning from Glasgow tell a tale of witnessing a mortal com- bat between two monster whales off the Newfoundland coast. One was killed and the other fol- vessel for several miles. TO -room to rent. Joe Mitchell, 1246, Bompas. 131-6 ROOM AND FIRST CLASS for two gentlemen, terms moderate. Cutbiil street, first house from Bar- oaess. TO roomed cottage to rent on Torranee Avenue. Apply to owner, Redpath St. TO THE CREDITORS OF THE -RE- LIANCE COAL MINING, COM- PANY, LIMITED. Pursuant to the Order made by the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart, in j the matter of the Winding-up Act and j 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 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 129-6 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 held by them, and the specified value of said securities, verified by oath, and in default there- of they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefits of the-said Act-aad. 131-S i N. H. MURRAY, Prop. play at "But, my dear Miss Rich- j brokenly at last "you're a good fellow! "I should feel frightful- I'll try to do the part justice. don't know how to thank you." "I'm sure you will. Don't mention said Richard, with the wan smile of a complete martyr. "Let's play a game of billiards." CHAPTER XII. K RICHARD, much to his cb'agrln of vlew- ly cut up if you abandoned it on my account Do go on with it Perhaps I shan't be so jolly bad after all. All four ladies immediately took np the cudgels against litm until his polite protests grew weaker and weaker, finally subsiding in a suggestion that relieved the situation from every point TKe "Weber Realty Co. City of Lethbridge THE REGULAR WEEKLY Auction Sale OF HORSES, CATTLE, V, IMPLEMENTS, etc., will be held at the City Market Corrals on SATURDAY NEXT AT 2.30 Entries Received by the Undersigned up to Time of Sale F. G. Waddington MARKET MASTER and disgust did not see Miss Harriet until the four ladleg and the two gentlemen sat down'to luncheon. To one thing he bad made up his mind would follow Mr. Corrigan's advice and brazen It out putting his faith In lack, but helping luck along with assurance. From the opposite side of the table the fair Imogene cast lan- guishing glances in bis direction, whila on his left tbe ancient Miss Schermer- ly grew positively sprightly and cov- j ered him with a Catling gun of per- plexing questions. She wanted au- thentic Information regarding -barons, earls and noble dukes. all ,of whlck j Richard gave ready but quaint an- i that might have caused the English aristocracy to rise In one vast furious mass and lynch him j without formalities of trial or benefit I of clergy. i "How different it Is from what read ID said Mrs. Renwyck. j "I'm afraid our American authors are ill informed. Really, they ought to i travel more.' "Why cot have Mr. Van der Awe do the he asked, with a beaming smile directed at that young gentle- man. "You'd do it splendidly, old chap, and I shall be uncommonly obliged to you." Amid a chorus of approval the young lover accepted blushingly, while Rich- ard not only freed himself of a hate- ful task, but became a hero and a genius in the eyes of the entire party. As they passed out of tbe dining room Cornelius plucked Richard's sleeve and whispered: "See here; I thought you said you couldn't returned the Texan, with a sly wink. "That was what you Amer- i leans call bluff, but if you let on I'll wring your neck." Tbe Earl of Crpyiand pro tern, pro- ceeded to his rooms with the object oi arraying himself a certain riding suit in the wardrobe of the Earl of Croyland, in actu, which would have made a cow puncher snort with dis- dain, but which Richard in his pres- ent state of mind rather longsd for. J Agents for the famous Reeves Plow-1 I ing Engine Investigate Before Baying to 623, Crabb St. Wmding-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 10 o'clock in the forenoon hear the report of the liquidator upon the let. Apply claims of creditors submitted to him TO summer months, fur- nised cottage. Apply Dr. Campbell, Macdonald Block. 133-6 135-1 PROPERTY FOR SALE pursuant to this and let all parties then., attend. FOR residential pro-, rents per monto. Price Good terms. Alberta Realty Co. 115.0 FOE. new fully modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co, Phone 225. 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, E. track to lots 19-22, 121-0 Baled Hay FOE roomed house, in Jtforth Ward. Price half cash. Easy terms for balance. Apply to Box J. E. D., c-o-Herald. 135-6 FOE SALE OR TO EENT-Seven roomed house, stable, hayshed, large chicken house, at the river bottom, near the railroad bridge. The best place in the city for keeping chickens or cows. Apply H. Proctor, near A. R. I. shops. 135-6 LAND FOR SALE 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 "They travel enough, but I fancy Certainly he had no fault to find either they do not get into the best society with his Prototype's taste or tailor. FOR SALE AT East End Feed Stable its erection the necessary repairs and excavations.' Specifications and particulars may- be obtained from the undersigned to whom tenders should. be addressed. A marked cheque for 5 per cent, of tender must accompany each, of- fer. The lowest or any tender not. ne- cessarily accepted. A. E. HpMPHKIES, 132-6 Immigration Agent. FOR SALE 1st. An improved farm of land on the Milk River, known as -the Loggia 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 FOR SALE-Two South African Iin city< situate directly east of.. 0 Scrips I can dispose of reasonably. Apply W. J. Bell, c-o Windsor Lethbridge. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. suggested Miss Schermerly. "I shall prepare a paper upon that very subject the Woman's Liter- i i ary league. Would you have any .ob- i 9 j Section. Lord Croyland. if I quoted (Vl A N Y you as an "Not In tbe least" said Richard gal- lantly. "In fact my dear Miss Scher- j merly, I should be so." He smiled on himself at the thought of the real Lord Croyland should that (To Be Continued.) DON'T KNOW HEART AFFECTED. More People than Aware of It Have Hsart Disease. "If examinations were made of ever-. W. H, Nogar PROP. o 0 O i DIAMOND CITY COAL FOR 8ALE- j Persons wanting coal may have the same by or-ders at Second Q Hand Store on Round Street. Price t j per ton. Phone 261, J. S. Tay- 0 i lor, Lethbridge. 129-6 North Ward Meat Market, 75 by 134, Also 1500 Royal Col-. liery shares. Apply; MCKNIGHT BROS.. Milk River, Alta. NOTICE Glyn and Dufferin. 120-6 Application will be made on be- line engine. haif of the Alberta Midland Raihvav Crabb St. S OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno is tbe sole hesd ol a family, or any male over IS yeara Apply John Niven. 630-old, may homestead a quarter-section 132-6 i of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The FOR horse power gaso- bring my notebook into the library this afternoon." the ancient one stated, and. with a smile to Rich- ard. "Could you help me then, do you "I should be most said with an answering smile, "bjt I fear I'm engaged to Miss Ren- wyck this afternoon for quite 'a long horseback ride. At another time I shall be charmed. I assure you." Miss Harriet started. She was.un- aware of any such engagement, but somehow the idea did not displease her. She smiled and offered to release j Lord Croylnnd. but that gentleman would not of ft. "By the said Miss Harriet In i order to change the subject, "Imogene x of people go about their dailv en the rerge of death, and do not know it. It is only when the shock cornea I and Canadian Northern, compjiny to the Board of j FO dozen laying he.ns. Ap- {Applicant rrmsf appear in person at Commissioners for Canada j ply aftr-r 6 to 2nd phack" east of jljie Dominion Lands Agency or Sufc-- Board's office at Ottawa on {Dainty's. Norman St.. North Ward, i Agency for the district. EntT ly at twelve o'clock 135-1 j proxy may be made at any agency cndation to the of intending homesteader. Council for the j DIAMOND COAL SHARES AND I months'residenceiupon zreement nmaljiamat- BONDS will bn" Dia !and cultivation of the land in each t ,ann !mond and Diamond Coal three A homesteader may at Toronto May oth, 1909. Bonds. For prices and particulars within nine miles of his home GERRARD RUEL. address Mighton Cavanaugh, Nel- i on Solicitor. I son, B. C. Ii prevalent orwadavs. ihatthe of, the j yi-iir and rush of modem business life, j i.ave ;i iot fo ilo with heart trouble." i There is no d lubl bnt that this is correct, would strongly advise one way from heart, trouble U of Milwrn'e Heart and ESTABLISHED 1854 ot prico by The T. Milburn Co imited, Toronto, Out. part in our little play. It is awfully i good of you to help us out." i at all." answered Richard, with I FLUTTERING or THE HEART, pronounced sadness. "It is a pleas- j G. M. wniiamstcwn. 'N.B., i ure to serve you in nnv way." wruet: "I troubled wit.h tveakepellH and Mr Van der In tf '-he I was so bad I could air. van uer in uixinderstracK j iterfoxvn in bed. I procured a box of amazement stared blankly across the Heart and Nerve Pills ther table while half fnrk ?clpcd J another box and laoie, wune uau r.usta roric has modo a final cnre. J cannot too Clatterlug upon his plate. __ i highly of them. ItMnktlwr worth tbMr j weight in gold." Merchants Bank of Canada 3HEAD OFFICE. MOM'BEAL Paid-up Capital..................... Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Account of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited .Drafts Money Orders' Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department LethbrHge Branch CoaMale Block, Redpath St. a farm of at least 80 acres eOCj.j.ni0 solely owned and occupied by him or _______: by his father, mother, son, daughter, I In certain a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside bis home stead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must, reside sis months in eacn of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to jearn homestead cultivate fifty acres extra. i A homesteader who has eihausted hi5 homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a par- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. .reside six months in each ol three years, cultivate fifty acres and etect a house worth W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of the Inter. publicatioa d this advertisement not be n-iiti (Of. ;