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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHBRIOOt, ALYA.. WEDNESDAY, MAY M, IfM. Lots facing east, on Westminster Rd., for GOOD ADVICE TO THIS CITY Now Is the Time To Make Lethbridge Beautiful The Teterboro. Oat., Examiner a recent issue says The Lethbridge Herald knows good thing -when it see? or reads E MOVING PICTURES. 39- ADVANCED i VAUDEVILLE.] 1. Barbarian-1000 ft. beautifully band colored film 2. The GUB License 3. Fata! Likeness o N especial- Friday afternoon. The children3? par-1 ents were invited and a good pro- i gramme rendered. The children in summer, what a paradise it might have been made if the right j steps couhi have been adopted from the If it had been pos- were each dressed to represent s'-ni' province or county. Each proviuc. faave prescrvcd vhe beautiful came with its products and was Hnes Qf tfae river banks frOm duced to Miss Alberta. Then neccssarv inroffds of commercial- tries came .bringing their products. lhev' had.been Mr. Curtis, principal of the Raymond j somethini, as thev are above and be_ school gave the opening address. I IQW -pm.th brM j J. J. Cameron and Mr. H. S. Allen M also made a few remarks on Empire hank especiallv on the matter of the betterment of our streets imitate the strenuosity of i their sister Suffragettes across the water. Lethbrkige has its chance now. It has all the elements and promise of future greatness. At present it is in the mad stress of the strife for get- ting on in material things, getting rich and growing big. if not beau- tiful. If it neglects its chances now it will look back with regret as we in Peterborough now note and mourn our lost opportunities. If the Little t Mr j AT -p could have and Mrs. Knight. to who have been touring 'Europe, are expected back this week. Mr. Knight Jf Qur forefathers Boxr river and its sister stream of looked forward far en- abdominal .appellation are as con- reserved fifty. Or. sixty ivenient to the nascent city of the [eet Qn each sjde Qf tfae creek> that foothilis as they seem to-6; on the ripples its romantically win-ding way fe bringing about fifty head of horses through the city if up6n thig re_ with him. serve, they had even fifty years ago. Raymond, May bridge out j OI- on eacb sMe OI- the sugar factory was washed the stream following the curves of away Saturday morning. It is fce- ing repaired today. The school is closed at Magrath owing to a scarlet fever epidemic. its sinuosities avenue would what a magnificent have existed now if There were no there Sunday. church services held One death is report- ed -due to scarlet fever and there are others sick with it. There was no Empire Day celebra- tion in Raymond yesterday. Owing the banks had been ribbed by dams into a successive series of t pools and creamy cascades if drives had been built on each side and continu- ed, from, say. Jackson Park where the drive now crosses at the swim- ming pool, southward along the wes- tern banks of the stream bordering map. Lethbridge should get a prompt and firm grip on the forelock of oc- casion. Let Letbbridge lay aside for a few minutes its metropolis-making strenuosity and dip into the future. Let rt seize upon one or more water- washed site or sites for a park or parks let it lay out a system of drives let it plant long-lived trees and when it has notched as many years of history as Peterborough.- it But they can't help it. If more work is put on them than they can stand it is not to be wondered that they get out of order. Backache is gimply a warning from kidneys and should be attended to im- mediately so as to avoid years of terrible .offering from kidney troubles. Doan's Kidney Pills -will cure you in the sama way aa they have cored ol othan. Mrs. 0. Warren-JRadis- lon> Sask., writes "I was troubled with very severe pains in my back "l t for years. I tried every- thing I could think of bat they did no good. A friend tolc me iboat Doan'i Kidney Pills and afte taking two boxes, I have not been troublec since.'' Price 50 cents boz, or 3 for all dealers or ouuled direct on receipt o price by T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. When ordering ipecify Dom'a." PAINS IK BACK. We carry a complete line of Lawn Mowers Star 12 in.k Star 14 in. Grass Catchers each Call and see us. 'Our prices are sure to please. Daily Herald 'Market Place have to Mil or to reit place It this column. If you want inytbiif uie tfaii 25c one insertion t insertions for SI Situation as housekeeper by middle aged lady just out from bngland. Box M. W., c-o Herald. SITUATIONS VACANT breaking outfits to start to work at once. hberal price per acre. Apply to the U. Kerr Co., Lethbridge. UO-0 waitresses at once at Aibertu Restaurant. 115-0 fey energetic jpian of sound commercial experience, position us business manager, bookkeeper, or po- sition of trust., Al references. Aoply J. Arthur, Box 400, Pihcher Creek 135-6 BOARDERS WANTED-Room and board .in a modern house with hot and coldwater, bath, etc Apply 425 Bartlett St. WANTED-To buy single driving horse, also second hand buggie and harness. Address J. T. S., care Her- ald- 136-6 servant. Mrs. Geu. Taylor, C50 Bartlett. Apply 134-6 Hayr Bros. General Hardware Phone 75 P. 0. Box 27 LETHBRIDGE ALTA. near Lethbridg for about 12 head of young, .cattle and colts. Good water. terms by month. Palmer, Box 566 Leih- bridge. 137.3 I experienced waitress., j Wages per week and board.'KOOM 'business Chow Sam Co. 135.5 i man wants furnished room, close in. modern.. P. 0. Box 247. 139-2 stenographer desir- es position. Apply Box McM., Her- ald. 135.6 boy wanttd. Apply Western Stationery "Co. 136-0 water fountain and complete outfit including goods for immediate business. Almost a bargain. Box- H., P.O. 13S-0 FOE SWINBURNE LEFT FORTUNE London. May Charles Swinburne, -the i.oet, left an estate -alued at 121.410. His will beqtreathea everything to ins friend, Theodore Watts-Dunton, vho is made sole executor. i boss to lease a coal jmiiie. Good coal and good trade. Ap-; j ply to G. R c-c Herald 136-6 uo weu ar nounced. month. of iliss Bessie A FINE ENTERTAINMENT Aeompanied by beautiiui and ap propriate organ music, the motion pictures of the life of Christ at the Eureka certainly were a grand pro duction. The coloring is a work of highest art, and ihe tale told is verv realistic. The managers are putting on a special matinee Thursdav re- will have become an occidental type peating the "Passion Play." The of Mount for sttua- j acrobatic trio is fine, their work being tion. the joy of the whole West. We I great feats of skill, and not all corn- congratulate The Herald upon the J edy work. A funny Dutchman makes disposition it shows to make Leth- j the crowds latjgh at his comical stunts bridge beautiful as well as bustling j Mr. Thaten, of the popular "Tha- a city of real homes, not a mere com- i ten recently purchased a hali mercial caravanseray in which the interest in the -Eureka. Mr. and Mrs. aesthetic is swallowed up in the econ- j Thaten are two of the best actors -in omic. Looking ahead and pre-empt-1 vaudeville sketch work that have ever ing the future are not inconsistent! appeared in Lethbndge, their suc- with the exciting strife of money j cess here being unequalled by any grubbing. Some day Leth-bri-dge will so to speak, have "made its and will want to take its oti-um cum dignitate. It should plant its vine and fig-tree now. Don't Miss It! other vaudeville team here in the long run of popularity at the Eureka. Since purchasing an interest in the business they have appeared but a few'-'times. Many people are heard jto ask why they are not bill, it being learned that they have num- I erous acts they have never yet put on here. Mr. Thaten's connection I with the Eureka makes doubly assur- its sucess as he is a man of wide j experience in the show business. Three Minutes Each WILL DALY of Butte, Mont. FRIDAY NIGHT, MAY 28, 10 Ringside Reserves Admission Daly won from Sealer four years and a strong fight is in sight KID eCALER of Spokane j CARDSTON NOTES Cardston, May Sloan, of Salt Lake City, returned to Utah today after spending ten days in Kim- ball with his uncle, .H. R- Sloan. Zine Peterson went to Stirling to spend a week with her parents- and friends at that point. Fred Burton, Ida Archibald and Ina Wqolf went to Raymond to attend the dance on the night of the 24th. Vira Reeder is visiting friends in. Raymond. Mr. D. S. Beach was elected a del- egate to attend the annual Board of Fh REDSHAWE- has started busi- ness for himself as lawn maker and I dresser? also dresser of trees and vines- One lawn done by an ex- perienced man is better than 10 done_ by inexperienced men. Let j TO room. couple of experienced .________ ditch riders. No others need apply, j SNAP FOR QUICK SALE OF. EX- Apply by letter giving .experience to j acres of choice land 7. M. Evans. Supt. A. R. I. Co. i stubble, 65 RF.N7. choice land Raymond. 135 acres acres prairie and forty ------i acres winter wheat. Price per I acre. S6.00 -per acre cash, balance ------j one half crop payments. We will ac- Geoicpt Lethbridge residential lota in f- v i -i. UA -M-IOlICLI S, Uvlil IJcw T f A.V J.JO. me help you to have some good Delaney's, Coutts St., south of Cen- ptace of the casb- payment. Ap- lawns in Lethbridge, something that tral School 133.9 to The- Canadian Real Estate Co 9, Bryan Block, or Box 337' Lethbridge, Alta. you will be proud of. Done by me at reasonable prices. Drop a "post card to my address. A. R. Red- shawe, Lethbridge, Alta. 138-1 TO rooms in mod-___________________ ern house, Apply 1276 Redpath St SALE-South. African 137-6 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY'TO loan money on first.and second and city property. gotiated. Agreements of sale bought. Empire Land Co., Ott Block. Phone 394. 123-6 TO and Mrs. Freed, Seed's board, stone J 1 ...-.CGtji 3 OUUU.C. WULOatC id mortgages on farm Courtland new stand pipe Building loans ne- west door. 133.6 Apply cottage- pipe, 138-6 veteran land grant., 320 acres to highest offer. Apply at once to H. H. Fitzsimmons; NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE is hereby given that I have impounded in the West Prund near the Isolated Hospital, the follow animals on the 12th day of May. j909: 1 red muley cow, indistinct brxni on left hip; 1 red calf, no visible brand.; 1 red and white call, no visible brand: 1 black calf, no visible brand. T TO June 1st, front room, suitable for two gentlemen, in mod- ern house. Ladies need not apply. Apply 1249, Bompas St. 139-0 FURNISHED ROOM south of Crabb St., 3rd house from Chinaman's sar- den. Apply 1 to 3 or 6 to 8. 139-6 131-0 JOS. GILLESPTE, Chief of Police. FOIJ residential pro- perty, rente per month. Price Good terms. Alberta Realty Co. 115.0 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 laving claims against the estate of Robert Walker, late of Coalville in he State of TJtah, Farmer, deceased, ;rho died on or about the Slat, of! FOR roomed FURNISHED rent, cen- tral, all modern conveniences. Apply to 710 Bompas St. 139.1 Box 441, Lethbridge. 139-3 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR new folly modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 house, in March A.D. 1908, are required to send North Ward. Price half cash. )y post or delivered te William S. ligby, Utah, the adminis- ,rator of the estate of said Robert Walker on or before the 12th day of Easy terms for balance. Box J. R. D., c-o Herald. Applv to 135-6 une A. D.; 1909 their claims, ad- Iresses, full particulars of their claims, and the nature of the secur- ty (if any) held by them, and that fter the said 12th day of June A.D. 909 the said administrator will pro- eed to distribute the assets f the said deceased among FOR SALE OR TO cot- he parties entitled thereto, j ta.ages in Du2 Addition. Apply to having regard, only to the claims of [Western Tins mi thing Co., next'Her- FOR 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 EL. Proctor, near A. R. I. shops. 135-6 Judicial Notice TO THE CREDITORS OF THE RE- LIANCE COAL MINING, COM- PANY, LIMITED. Pursuant to the Order made bv the Honourable Mr. Justice Stuart, in the matter of the Windiug-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 carrvicg 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, 3. e., 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 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 creditors submitted to him pursuant to this notice, and Jet all parties then attend. which notice has been received, and j aid Office. that the said administrator will not be liable for the assets so distributed of. any part thereof to any person of j whose" claims -he shall not then have j" had notice. i DATED the 7th day of May A.D. 138-6 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS TENDERS will be received up to Thursday. 27th May, 1909, at noon for the erection of a printine office for the Lethbridge Herald. All tenders to be accompanied by an acepted cheque to the value of ______5 per cent, of tender, which will be 16 ft. x 27 ft. ad i to unsuccessful contractors. Good as ew. Apply to! and specifications can be MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE, 1909. Bos Al care Herald. C. F. P. Solicitor for CONYBEARE, Administrator. 137-6 FOR SALE Trade Council to be held at Sask ]st An improved farm of land on VS. Seats Now On Sale toon next month. Edward Jesson is erecting a hous near the home of Ernest Duce. The Kerr Company have ten Ian buyers in today." The boxing contest between Clark and Reed did not come off. Reed fai ed to appear much to the dismay o the local sports. Mary Earkei; is spending a fe days at Bow Island. Walter Brown and wife returns from High Eiver today ivhere they have been visiting their daughter Mrs. Short. The train was two hours behmc the schedule time today. The trou We was a hot box on one of the wheels of the locomotive. Mr. Kevin, of the A. R. I. Co came out in his special car today. The Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company are building sheds prepara- tory to putting in a large stock of finishing lumber. SINGING. Miss UrjraJa Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shake- speare, will receive pupils in singing and voice production. Also engage- ments' for Ballad Concerts, At the Lethbridge Conservatory ot Muaie. Ml85 nurse, will open a private maternity hos- pital on Wallwork St.. near the El- lison Mills on July 1, 1909. Phone 269. H. A DEMPSEY A.T.C.M.- Bachelor of Mwic (Trin 'Univ.) Teacher of piano, organ and theory, principal of the piano dept., Leth- bndge Conservatory of Music. Pu- prepared for all examinations. For addreu Con- of UTU.C, or residence, cor Md Bavtlrtt 8t. Phone 844. the Milk River, known as the FOR year old filly, brok- en to harness. Apply Samuel Jones, Sr., North Ward. 138-6 seen at the office of the undersigned in the Bryan Block, Lethbridgc.. 137-4 Ernest E. Carver. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Tenders are for the erec- POR per 100. Strawberry tion of a Solid Brick Business Block plants that will "grow big berries, j B. C., for The Trites-Wood Loggin Ranch, about 7 miles from I measuring seven inches in circumfer- j to be sealed and en- Coutts and 8. miles from .Milkjence. Apply to D. J. Whitney. P. 0. dorsed and must reach-the Architects River, having comfortable dwel- ling house, Horse and cattle stables and corrals. 2nd. Parcel of land I 377. Lethbridge. 139-6 LOST fbf, ?7a IS att h a North Ward Meat Market,