Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDQl, ALTA.. SATURDAY, MAY 22, ltd. WANTED Excavations to Make Cellars to Dig Yards to Clean All at Lowest Prices I Apply to Box 13 Herald Office f BIG FIRE IN MADOC Madoc, Ont., May this morning broke out in the Harper block occupied by the Mercury print- ing office and Christie, machine agent, and as a result the building and contents were destroyed. The loss is partly covered by insurance. Social and Personal (Continued from Western Window) On Friday afternoon Mrs. C. H. N. Connell held her post-nuptial recep- tion iii her new home on Dufferin street, near Westminster Road, and all afternoon a steady stream of callers invaded that end of the town. A shower caine up and for a time in threatened, but was not en- ough to injure the smart chapeaux and gowns which were much in evi-. dence. Mrs. Connell received in her wedding gown of white satin, look- ing very fair and bride-like, and was assisted by Mrs. R. F. Reeve in a handsome grey gown with 'black hat. The tea table was lovely with maid- en hair ferns and pink and white i carnations. Sirs. Neale presided at the tea urn and Mrs. Rigby dispens- i ed the ices, which were pink and white. Mrs. Arnold, in a gown of old rose and black hat, showed the guests to the tea-room where the thoughtful assistants were Miss Hardie, Miss Wilson, Miss Vrooman. Miss Mew- burn and Miss Audrey 3Seale. 09- ADVANCED 'i VAUDEVILLE.-] 1. fakey Sine 2. MiliUry Airships 3. Mystfet1 4. Madam's Troubles O N Q. Two Dirty Little Hands CONTINUOUS PEBFOBMANCE 'l. Le Noir'g Marionettes In their Second Sight Read- ing Act 2. Wagner and Gray In a Breakfast Quarrel Prices I5c and 25c Richard the Brazen Serial Story By C Townsend Brady and Edward Peple here's not a Flaw In a Pall or Tub of EDDY'S FIBRE- WARE Solid, Hardened, Lutlnx Maw, without a Hoop or Many Other Exclusive Features are Yours, too. when you Positively Persist in retting Eddy's. All Good Grocers can supply you. Almp, U Ciwfa. ftp EOIV'I MATCHES. At the sharp command the valet turned suddenly; then bis master changed his tone and continued in an even voice: "Miss Renwyck is dressing for a ride with me, and at present you can't see her. She will probably be down In twenty minutes, after which you may do as you like and be hanged to you! In the meantime I would be obliged If you would get me that small bottle pt machine oil on the closet shelf; then find me a piece of soft white rag." The valet wanted to refuse, but his servant's training, together with a cer- tain compelling something In Richard's eye, enforced obedience. He brought one of Lord Croyland's handkerchiefs from the bureau drawer and laid it with the bottle of machine oil on a table In the center of the room. Rich- ard thanked him, seated himself again and began tearing the handkerchief In- to narrow strips, while Bills stood watching faun, his human curiosity be- ginning to get the better even of his anger. f "Sif down. Cardinal." said Richard pleasantly. "You have twenty min- utes to wait so why harry? I have found that morris chair to be very comfortable indeed- You were enjoy- Ing It when I caine In. Don't let me spoil your afternoon. Try It agam." The valet, still wondering and on-. certain, took the Indicated seat, rowly watching his master while the- rTexan crossed the room, returning toe i. :Y'4 1 Good News! Will be told in this space about June 1st to people who have money to invest in Southern Alberta Keep your eye on BARNWELL THE NEW TOWN If you act on June 1st it will mean dollars to you James F. Johnston BARNWELL, ALTA. ths table with a small screwdriver and a formidable revolver. He seated him- self and began taking the weapon to pieces, oiling each part carefully and then running a greasy rag through the barrel. Bills became more and more interested In this singular and to him unfamiliar proceeding, but Richard of- fered no'explanation of his unusual oc- cupationl -After five minutes of utter silence the valet could stand the strain no longer. pardon, he asked, and the tremor In his voice Indicated his uneasiness, "but wot are yon a-dolnf of, "Cleaning my returned Rich- ard laconically. "What did you think I was said Bills and lapsed silence. Richard began to whistle. It was a merry, happy little tune, but somehow It got on the valet's nerves. His mind commenced to work and'draw Infer- ences. The gun bad a very unsympa- thetic look, which was lessened in no degree by the six enormous cartridges that the worker placed before him on the table. He wished that the Texan had not placed himself no as to com- mand the only exit from the room. Presently the nervous .Bills spoke again. The effect of the brandy was wearing off rapidly on account of his growing fear.., don't expect to 'ave Immejlt for that .'ere do you, Mr. "Don't said Richard uncon- cernedly. "I might, and then, again, I might not It Pretty little toy. Isn't Bills licked his lips and nothing. The Texan continued: "You aee, I always try to keep It In i i We carry a complete line J of I Lawn Mowers Star 12 Star 14 in. Grass Catchers each Call and see us. Our prices are sure to please. j Hayr Bros. 9 General Hardware Phone 75 P. 0. Box 27 j LETHBRIDGE ALTA. j: HIIIITIUMM iff Mm, yu 1 ywi J H aiytbiif to wll rift place It la tbif colama. If want taytbiif me this colMia. one iwsertioa f iisertioaji for SI MISCELLANEOUS energetic man of sound .commercial experience, position its business manager, bookkeeper, or po- sition of trust. Al references. Apply J. Arthur, Box 400, Pincher Creek. 135-6 SITUATIONS VACANT breaking outfits to start to work at once. Will pay liberal price per acre. Apply to the 0. W. Kerr Co., Lethbridge. 110-0 BOARDERS and board in a modern house with hot and coldwater, bath, telephone, etc. Apply 425 Bartlett St. 135-6 buy single driving horse, also second hand buggie and harness. Address J. T. S., care Her-! aid. ___________________ 136-6 WANTED-jOne or two well furnish- ed rooms in a fully modern house, by a married couple, without family. Apply Box X., Herald. 136-2 waitresses ai ouce at near Lethbridgfor Alberta Restaurant, 115-0! about 12 head of young cattle and colts. Good water. State terms by month. Palmer, Box i 568, Leth- 137-3 good servant. Apply at Herald Office. 125-0 classes of cooking. Wages per month. Apply H. E. Carlson, Bow Island Hotel, Bow Island, Alta. 133-6 bridge. LAND FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE QUICK class pastry cook and third meat cook at once. Apply Alexandra Cafe. TENDERS WANTED Bids will be asked up to 5 o'clock, May 26th, for the following trades, plumbing, heating, roofing and met- al work, plastering, painting and glaz- ing, on Canadian Bank of Commerce building, Lethbridge. Plans and spe- cifications can be seen at No. 5 sam- ple room, Lethbridge Hotel, or by applying to W. H. Cawston. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. 136-3 worfcrln tell when you've got to whip it Oat and get down, to real enjoyable work. Why, you really wouldn't believe it Bills, but I haven't shot a man since I -left whole he added despondently, shook bis head and then began dripping, oil In the pli- tol's lock. "I the valet by way of filling in the gap of another pause. "I suppose that down you live, dcrln' of people, Mr. Williams, laughed Richard. a mail or two? A if s all over.' Of course they die hud sometimes, but that's their affair." The irresponsible penon took up his whistling once more, while the mus- cle of his carelessly held: fan seemed j to point persistently at the pit st valet's stomach; In which, by the way, j there was growing a qneerly respon- i sive feeling. "Beg pardon, sir, it Isn't loaded, Is "Not smiled Richard. "I'll at- tend to that later. Besides, I wouldn't hurt you, my boy; no, not 'or i cash down." f The-suffl was not a large one, yet the i particular amount seemed to grate upon the servant's sensitiveness. He 1 cast a longing glance toward the door, but the Texan was already filling the j chambers of Ms revolver, so" Bills per- il 'force sat still and watched him, experi- encing a separate and distinct spasm ajs each cartridge nestled into its cribr Richard 'laughed softly, as at some pleasurable memory. i. "By the way, Friend Woolsey, I don't know why I think of it just now, j but a mighty funny thing happened down in Texas a couple of years ago. j I had a contract witlr.a i about ypur size and age .as I remember him, with a. charming disregard for keeping promises similar to yours. He I broke his contract." j In the awkward pause -which follow- l ed the surviving partner.in the deal drew a fine bead on the tassel of the window (furtain and smiled. "Where is he now. Richard sbrugsed his shoulders. "DId-did you kill him. feebly j began the unfortunate Bills again, feel- Ing a sudden and unaccountable draft blowing on his spine. "Well, no." said Richard dreamily, "I didn't That's the funny part of it portions of him that didn't count" I "Count, x o "Yes. parts that are not vital, you as ears and fingers and kneecaps and things like that. Why, you'.wouldn't believe it Bills, i but you can chip away at a man for half a day. If you're only.'careful. You see, I bad plenty of leisuVe time on my i as much aft I have now I there wasn't any hurry and rush j about It That was a rifle. I had a hatful of cartridges and extra gun j to use when the other got too hot for quick firing. A double acting revolver is better for household use." Once Richard paused to laugh, twirling bis gun around'-'airily In his quick fingers In retrospective joy. "Oh, I he cried." "You just ought to have beard that fellow when I began to'ipick off his knuckle bones. Knuckle bones, you know, seem to be very" sensitive to sudden shock, and In raw particuiOT Instance I had no (To 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 Jthe 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 v The Alexandra Cafe the Mecca and pride of the people of Leth- bridge and their friends. N. H. MURRAY, Prep. servant. Apply Mrs. Geo. Taylor, .650 Bartlett. 134-8 experienced waitress. Wages per .week and board. Chow Sam Co. i3f-6 stenographer desir es position. Apply Box McM., Her aid. 136-6 boy wanttd. Apply Western 136-0 boss to lease 4 coal mine. Good coal and good trade. Ap- ply to Box G. R., c-o Herald. 136-6 or stout boy to at- tend to horse night and jnorning. Apply Dr. Galbraith, Kedpath St. 37-5 TO RENT. TO office. Bound St. Immediate Apply Wm. A, Ott. 126-0 TO room to rent. Joe Mitchell, 1246, Bompas. 131-6 ROOM AND FIRST CLASS for two gentlemen, terms moderate. street, first house -fromBar- 131-6 I TO roomed cottage to rent on Torrance Avenue. Apply to owner, Bedpath St. 131-6 135 acres stubble, 65 acres prairie and forty acres winter wheat. Price per acre. per acre cash, balance one half crop payments. We will ac- cept Lethbridge residential lots in. place of the cash payment. Ap- ply to The Canadian 'Real Estate Co., Room 3, Bryan Block, or Box 387, Lethbridge, Alta. 137-6 TO summer months, fur nised cottage. Apply Dr. Campbell Maodonald Block. 133-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR residential pro perty, rent? per irionth. Price Good terms., Alberta Realty Co. 115-0 FOE new fully modern house. Apply P. McMurphyi Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 FOR roomed house, in North Ward. Price half cash. Easy terms- for balance. Apply to Box J. R. D., c-o Herald. 135-6 The Weber Realty Co. Agents for the famous Reeves Plow- ing Engine Investigate Before Bnyiig FOE SALE OR TO 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. I. 135-6 Baled Hay FOR. SALE AT East End Feed Stable W. H. Nogar PROP. MISCELLANEOUS rOR SALE? FOB horse power gaso- line' engine. Apply John Mven, 630 Crabb St. 132-6 FOB furniture, the Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia, 10 vol.; Chambers' Encyclopoedia, 5 vol. Mrs. Stovall, opposite Chinook Club. cor. Glyn and Dufferin. 136-0 FOE 16 ft. x 27 ft. ad 6 it wall. Good as ew. Applv to Box Al care Herald. 137-6 LOST grey mare, 4 years old, weight Ibs., branded S on left hip, white star in centre of forehead, wire cm front right foot; reward for return to Gust. Gacobson, Boyal Hotel, Taber, Alta. 131-18 Bound St. on Friday af- ternoon between the Hudson Bay store and the Dallas Hotel, a small black purse containing Finder will please leave at this office. Be- ward. 137-1 brown horse, clipped this spring, weight 1100 pounds, very gentle. Supposed to have gone south. Beward for return to Salee Cecil, 10 miles south of Lethbridge. 136-4 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 m the mat- ter of The Reliance Coal Mining Com- pany, 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 the Province of Alberta, are before the 1st day of June A.D. '1909'to' send by post pre-paid to E. P. liquidator of the said Company, care of Domin- ion Trust Company, Limited, Van- 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 'and in -default there- of they will be'peremptorily excluded from the benefits ,of. the .said Act and. 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 claims of to him pursuant to this notice, and. Jet all parties ttfen attend. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS TENDERS will be received up to Thursday, 27th May, 1909, at- noon for the erection of a printing .office for the Lethbridge Herald. All tenders to> oe accompanied by an acepted cheque to the value of 5 per cent, of tender, which will be returned to unsuccessful contractors. Plans and specifications -can be seen at the office of the undersigned in the Bryan Block, Lethbridge. 137-4 -'Ernest E. Carver. TENDERS WANTED SEALTD TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned up till noon, on Mayfly 1909, for the removal of the Dominion Immigration Hall in_ this city from its present north, of the C. P. R. 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 whom tenders should be addressed: A marked cheque for 5''per cent, of tender must accompany each of- fer. :.O The lowest or any tender not .ne- cessarily accepted. _ A. E. HUMPHRIES, 132-6 Immigration''Agent. 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, hoiseand cattle stables and corrals. 2nd. Parcel of land in city, situate directly east- of North Ward Meat Market, 75 by. .Also 1500 Royal Col- iery shares. Apply MCKNIGHT BROS., MilkHiver, "NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE is hereby given that I have impounded in the West" P 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. GILLE3PIE, 131-0 Chief of Police. ESTABLISHED 1854 Merchants Bank of OF.FUE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital Reserve and Undivided Profits Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department tethbnife Branch- CoaMaU Block, St. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person woo is the sole head ol a family, or any male over 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or> Sub- Agency for the district. bf proxy ma? be made at any agenoy months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in of three years. A homesteader may live nine miles of his home stead on a farm .of at least 80 tcrw solely owned and occupied bjr him 01 by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt s quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in eacn of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted hi? 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 of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a bouse worth W.W.COET. Deputy Minister of the Inter. publication this advertiseovnt will not for.