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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, 'WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1909 r MOVING L ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, THE their eoiu- c'ciy sketch "'When the Cir- cus Conies to Town." THE t WASHER Boxinjr Midgets. Funniest act in vaudeville. GLADSTONE mony singers and dancers. Featuring their own origin- acrobatic -dance. i Pictures 1 Duke De Guise 2 French Training Ship 3 Chivalrous Beggar Continuous Performance YOUR FRIENDS ARE LOOKING FOR YOU Palpitation of the Heart. Notice WHERE ARE RUSSELL.SHIRLEY NUPTIALS 5c a pound paid for clean cotton rags at the Herald Office. Knox Church was the scene of a i pretty wedding at half past seven last wrong with the heart the irregular or violent throb. Oiten there is only, a'fluttering sensation, or aa "all gone" sinking feeling; or, again, T there may be a most violent beating, with VJU flushings of the skin, and visable puisa- j tions of the arteries. There may also be experienced a Tl_ I Ar ft i iv sensation, gasping for breath, I ihp I Kf III I anrlmafoc In Kfl' and feeling as though about to die. 1IIC LIMU1 10 DC in all such .cases the action of Milbura's Heart and Nerve Pills in quieting the Tfl-mfl'ITflW kearfc restoring it to its normal beat, 1U 111U11UTV jSt all question marvellous, as our thousands of testimonials -will show. j Watch for the first published list. I evening when Sid Russell, foreman of! wm vour name be th Ulie citv waterworks department I T, c.. ]1 >ou are thinking 01 catering the macnr-d to Miss Hannah Shirle'- ot: 1If ,T He-raid-, prize contest it will [this citv, bv Rev. A. M. Gordon. The }w> I, j j be-greatly to vour advantage to have i bride was prettily dressed ma cream; ;t cashmere empire dress. The brides-1 I maid. Miss Lizzie Shirley, the bride's' I sister, was dressed in pale blue silk. JThe was assisted bv E. 0. _ a iv watcl.-iag and wait- ing for ihis list. Wiion they, sec it they will not delay Ions; before pick- jing out the candidate to whom they SCHOOL INSPECTOR RESIGNS Lindsay, Ont., Nov. Stickley. Alter the ceremony a're-j jeeption was held at Mrs. Harrison's. give their JRiverview, where about sixty guests j j sat -down to partake of the wedding i That to enter this contest you need repast. The presents were very num-jnbt be a subscriber to The Herald. Mrs. Martha Mason, Marlbank, Ont., a few lines to let you know what Miibum's Heart and Nerve Pills have done for me. I have been troubled with "weakness and palpitation of the heart, would have severe choking spells and could scarcely lie down at all. 1 tried many remedies "but got none to answer my case like your pills did. I can recommend them highly to all with heart or nerve trouble." Price, 50 cents per box, or 3 boxes for at all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Out. the OLD COUNTRY" EXCURSIONS For the of those nation of James H. Knight rroru the Uvhich the happy CQUpJe are held bjr i owh ,dist.riet :jn securin position, of school, inspector ot Last, their manv jriends. Among them was Thaf Victoria has filled for Morris chair :frora j. H. Fleeuvood hat W 1S in; That you ace not confined to are visiting Jhe ty-nine years is announced owing to his ill health. He is 78 years of age. He was dean -of the school inspectors of the province. whose assistant Mr. Russell is. a' carving set from the city BCOIIH you any ou-tlav of monev. subscriptions j from'St. John, the Can- to costjadian Pacific Railway will start a tourist car from Calgary at 24.40k on usseu is a' office staff there are fifteen Prizes, rang-'train Xo. 96 of November 29th. This .and a dinner set and a purse iromj 'the men under Mr. Russell. j in value from down. That the. Contest Department is ev- I connect jcr at your "service., ivith i help. i pian car will run through to St. John to with the "Empress of Bri- Hudson's 1 I i spector of the Court House Building, gineer, Langdon, Alta. Lfrthbridge or of the branch office of the Department of Public Works, Calgary. Washing taken n Each tender must be accompanied aone at iprivate Good .worfc by an accepted cheque payable to at reasonable rates. Mrs Botbaa: class references. Applv En- tern slides make big money 281-6 time. A-pply Manager. men can or part 273-30 LOST OR STRAYED Address a Candida the Minister of Public Works to the I Torrancfc1 Av amount of The s'ucc-f'ssrul bidder, if any. will be required to enter into a contract and provide a surety bond or a mark- ed cheque for the sum of The cheques of the unsuccessful beside railway track j and white pinto 222-Oi Pony., halter and blanket on. Tnfor- mation leading to its recovery will De paid for. Box P.. Herald "or H. C. Ward. 334.6 TO RENT THE LKTHBRTDGE HERALD Prize Votins TO h W1-tlUn 636 st- Between modern. London 2S5-6 0" Round rr The risht is reserved to reject any r all bids, or waive any defects. JOHN STOCKS.. Deputy Minister of Public Works. D.-iIrd at Edmonton this Fourth of November, 1909. TO D..MV.V imnisned Whipple borer) by uav.. week or month, the to :rviouern conveniences. Terras on Nov. '1st soluble. Apply Cafe. 2S5-G i between Sundial and the jwell on the corner of iO_ roomed nous-, ntted; range 20. th> no- -vita electric ueht and .water. On j tify ifr. at v-n'-- o Dufe. St. ,1 r t p- -f- i S t NOPSIS CF GANADfAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS FiPST CHAND SECOND GSAN: THIRD GRAND Theso orizes Got-TtEv-Angelus Piaver Winter Tour or 25-foct lots Parkdale. T be competed for by candidates in both districts. 4- W-'SCELLANECL' St. Piano. S200 cash. 35-o 5Gc 75c and DIST.RiCT PRIZES__ District No. ring; ssr.tet! morris one ladies' writ Fellows ins rnou- 270-0 to select that 13 tne time New Dress. Wi did -assortment to choose from 3 goid wotch; one leather desk, one silk umbrella. District No. rir.g; one gold watch; one leather 20 morris; one ladies' writing desk, one siik umbrella. D JLJ.C3. V a I'n nil shades. Per yard ......90c o i of intending months' upon i c3 cultivation of the land in tjLch 4 i of three years. A homesteader may p. live within nine nuies of his home-! i stead on a farm of. at least 80 acres j FOR Saturday, 273-0 Phono i Block. Kinds ot you aionoy. Co.. Ou 252-0 1 A AWjjis LiilUU V iL OJ-iiUm solely ownea ana occupied by him or! room in Sadowski block "across strer-t by ms lather, mother, son, daughter, j from Herald office. a, month in! brother .or sister. j advance, furnished; ?12'a'month in i advance, unfurnished. Light, heat EE desert- departments. Duties to begin .apply C. A. Flexon, 'land locator, snide! .Alta. 272-26 FURMAN'S Livery Barn on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20th, at 3 In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pro-cmpt a quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. Duties reside six months in each of f homestead en- p.m., by i and bath free. Apply J. B. Kelsey, Shepard Block, between 7 and p.m. TO single and one dou-j ble bedroom with use of sitting room, f Broadcloth and Venetian Cloth L: WILSON, Auctioneer fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- .In all shades. Per yard Hudson's Bay Coy. TO rooms. Apply SOS Ford St. near English church. 86-6 J Having received instructions from F. D. Shaw, Esq., Collector f of Customs, I will Sell by Public following, vis.: One Team Grey Mares, well I