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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LITHtRlDUC LAliV MtftAkD. TUESDAY, AUQUIT 14, EVERYBODY who buys Groceries is hereby informed that Parson's Grocery V located .one block north of Westminster School in the NORTH WARD Is open for business carrying a complete and high, class stock. Tlie following' list will.give some idea of our prices. Our aim is to handle only goods th-at will give Perfect Satisfaction sold at attractive prices for cash. Our delivery service we will endeavor to have as near perfect as possible. the driver "calls tell him your needs. 1 5, the failure' of most missions these people. J k The speaker recounted many .tbucb- instances of experiences among his in their new" home in this coun- try and praised the efUcient help gi- ven him in his work'-by- tho Women's Home Missionary Society, Tbe Galician he felt will in a short time become good ci- tizens of Canaila if their education and 'religious welfare is properly look Sugar 20 Ib. Flour, 981b. sack 60 Table Salt, 3 3-lb. sacks for ....25c Toilel Soap, 1 box. 7 cakes for..35c Hams, per, Ib.................19C "JJac-on, per Coffee, ground, 3 Ibs. for Coffee, whole. 3 Ibs. Coffee, 1 Ib. tin for.............403 Plinipkixi, 2 tins Strawberries, 2 tins for.........35C Milk, 2 tins for ................25C Cream, 2 tins fof ..............25C Tomatoes, 2 tins for............25c Salmon, 2 tins for .............25c Pickles, 1 gal. pail for.........75c Apples, 1 gal tin for.............40C Vinegar, qt. bottle for..........20c per pkg. Malta Vita, 2 pkgs for......... Blueberries 2 tins for ...._...... Bird Food. 2_pkgs., for......... Aybr's Jam. 5 Ib. pail for Black Jack Stove Polisli, per tin Bee Hive Syrup, 5 Ib. tins for Tomato Catsup. 2 tins for Corn Plakes, per pkg......... Evap, Apples. 2.1-2 Ib. for...... Seeded Raisins, 3 pkgs. for___ Butter, dairy Butter, creamery. Prunes, 2 1-2 Ibs. 2 bottles for Marmalade. 2 l-Ib. glasses Plums 2 tins for Tellv Powder- 3 for............ 15C .25C .25c .25c 50c 103 35C .25c 15C .25C .25C .25C .300 .25c 45c 45c 25C 25C Our high-class stock cari't fail to interest yoii V 'Call, Inspect it, and Get Acqiaainted MACLEOD MAN DSSAPPEARS J. J. Nelson Starts for Toronto Vanishes on the Way but Greek Pastor At Knox Church sThe Bev. Mr. SaitzefT. the supcriB- endent of missions of the iodepen- He gave a most interesting and in- j red and fifty thousand' Gaiicians. The Macleod, Aug. Toronto Pa- pers have much space rooeatly, to accounts 01 the mysterious disap- pearance of J. 3. .Nelson, who start- ed for that Macleod on July 10th apparently reached Winnipeg, where he executed a small commission, and then vanished as completely as though the earth had opened swallowed him up. His baggage, consisting of a black valise containing clothing and toilet articles, reached Toronto, and was delivered at "the house where Mrs. Nei fOn was awaiting her husband's com- ing but held no clue to his where- abouts.- Xelson, who is known in Mao- leod, came here on Fob. 25th last from Orangeville, X. J. He said thac he intended to take iip lar.d and set- tle but di-d not do so, remaining on Ihe farm of J. Reid. He was in- and sober, worked with a will and had some money saved. Tie was not a although he occasionally indulged in a glass. He made many friends here. In July he decided to go "East and i join his wife in Toronto, leaving on jthe 10th as stated. Mrs. Reid asked him to filj. a pre- scription for her at 'Eaton's, Winni- peg which he apparently did, as the medicine was duly received. After that he "stepped entirely out of human knowledge. Mrs.. Nelson was staying 721 Eu did ave.. Toronto, and when the va- i Use arrived, checked througih from Winnipeg. on a passenger ticket, ex- press paid to the address given, she j expected him ito follow it immediate- j ly. When he did not-come she plar-i ed the matter in the hands of the po- I lice -but the enquiries were j fruitless. Nelson's last letter from j Macleod was received, July 4th. In I it he made no -mention of a forth- coming journey east, -.and the arrival of the valise wa.s a. complete surprise to his wife. Nelson is a man of 45- He was born in Ireland but has lived in Qn- t Creek Church of Canada ad- 'the congregation, of KJnox I jreebyterian Church Sunday evening: m the subject Jof the of- j he Gaiicians in the North West. Mr. saitzcff is an eloquent speaker al- hough not perfect 'in tije use of the English structive account of the Roumenian people In their native land -anijin this country. Their condition home, he stated, was one of able ignorance. Of the million and a half people 'in the pjroyince, of Galicia two million., ninoc.liuiKliied were unable to "read or write. These largely among.'tine new-comers in'Ga- Of the hardest nada aJKi 'was one i things to contend against in" "the j cess ever since work of preaching "tbe gospeljjto tfiem.' Church'. settlement .in Alberta is mostly in the the neiffhTJdrnooaf ofEri' monton- The 'Greek Church he ex- plained; differed considerably from the Protestant usages, still 'using the old Judean calendar established by Pope Gregory about 300 A.D. thus making them pne day behind us every century Mission work- was first commenced among them by Dr. Robertson has been conducted with great and suc- by the Presbyterian It was about fifteen years ago when they started to emigrate to .Canada and there are at present in the, three prairie provinces one" huncl- The Galician people can only be reached through, their- own languages at present, a language which is very- difficult to learn. This accounted for GOIIT <-snooTir? SURE THING! Be sure and see us.before purchasing your" outfi't. f PONT BE MISLED We can '.give you the Goods at bottom cash prices. Hiyr Bros. Phone 75 Box 27 Daily Herald Market Place to w tu real pUce thiit If you WMI Aiylkiif MM; this 25c for SI SITUATIONS VACANT ior Laundry work. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 184-0 will be re- ceived by the undersigned in writ- ing from young ladies desirous of i acting as pupil assistants to the Kin- j dergarten Director Lethbridge schools. t No salary attached, must be able to use piano. G. 13. Bowman Secre- 188-0 j servant" want- ed at once. Good wages. Apply Mrs. G. L. Vrooman, corner Bornpas and Bartlett Sis. 210-0 T. E. PATTESON Office, Oliver Block. Phone 887. TWO OF the best Re- sidential Lots in Lethbridge on Glyri Street, close, in, each, on easy terms wanted. Must be able to cook. "Wages a month. Apply 314 Cutbill St.; 1st house off Eedpath. 210-10 laborers at, once for general work. Smith Bros. Wilson, builders and contractors, Lethbridge. 210-6 about six weeks, a girl 'to help with housework. Good wages to-right girl. Apply by mail. S. H. D., Diamond City. 210-6 SITtJATlOJr V threshing outfit; by engineer, water-haulers, V ers, spike pitchers. Want work with good firm. Apply S. A. Aaby, bridge. "v WORK work wanted by the day. Annie Halas, at W. J., Duff Addition, 2 blocks this aide Fair Grounds. 214-1 on ranch-or as manager tor laborer. Apply, it ouce Box 19" Herald 215-11 PROPERTY FOR SALE. SHACK FOK SALE OR Addition. Write C. Westley, Herald' Office. 212-x FOR Remington, type-'" writer with tabulator, at a bargain.. Apply Citizens Lumber yard. 187-0 v FOJR must be from, property. Apply Geo. W. Whel- en, Lethbridge Woollen'Co. 199-0' FOR SALE new roomed fully modern house on Goutts" near new Central School. Apply, P. MacMurphy, JMgr. South Alberta .tunr; ber Co., Phone 225. -200-0 gifl ior light house- Apply Mrs. E. J. Hill, 410 Crabb St. v 212-0 light housework. Apply Mrs. James A. McDonald, 1255 Dufferin St. 212-O NOTICE k Lethbridge, Aug. 21. 1909. Owing to the continuous advance of flour, "the local bakers have decided to advance the price of bread on and after the 25tb of August. The trade receive sixteen loaves and eigh- teen loaves, retail and wholesale res- pectively for -6 R. W. SCOTT, J. TOMPKINS, SCHWEITZER BROS j _1_____..____________________I aged .lady as housekeeper, mine boarding house. Apply Box 21 Herald officer 214-2 first class bakfgr at iCiy Bakery. 214-0 on new house, northeast of Stacey Lumber Co. North 214-2 CHILDREN'S FANCY DRESS HOS- PITAL BALL Class forming.. Small entrance fee. Instruction in Old World, gavottes, Merry Widow Waltz, two-step, grand march. Miss Norman, Howard House, Crabb St. 211-6 WANTED-JDwo dining' room girls. Balmoral Hotel. 215-0 experienced clothing salesman. Apply Box 37, Herald 215-6 To RKHT- 10 rooms, suitable 'for two gentlemen. Apply 424 Smith St., close in. 210-6 tario and the States lor several years distantly related to Mrs. Reid by Jcarriage. I Some of iiis friends 'in the course of the search for him came to Macleod. and after getting: all the information they could went on to- Calgary. SUDDEN DEATH OF MEMBER OF TRANSCONTINENTL COM. London, Aug. word wsa re- ceived nere today of the sudden death, at Ogenquit, Me., -where he was spending a holiday, of JRobt. Reid, a member of the National Transcontin- ental Railway Commission, was due to apoplexy.. Death Stettler Lots this week only 15 each Would Toil like to Own This Beautiful Rome THIS OPPORTUNITY IS YOU GRASP IT? These Lots Are in the City of Within 3 Minutes Walk of Centre of City Stewler is a town of population. Ii will have 4 railroads. Il is surrounded with as fine quality of farming land as ihere is in Canada. Men of judgment are predicting that it will have a population of people within 5 years. You have been'used to payinjr upwnrds of for lots in some new townsite far away or a sub-division several miles away from the -niain district of a city, but here is an opportunity to buy a good nigh and dry lot -within a stone's throw of the heart of an establshed one with railroads, banks' and fine business blocks. -Will the Opportunity Ever Come Again to You? Can You Afford To Let It Pass? No! Then act now. as these lots arc only on the market for 6 days. How many men do you know who have become independent Through investing in lots and then leaving them lie for a few years' This was done in wholly -unimproved cities. Think how much greavr is the opportunity in Stettk-r and hoTv ?oon it may to you. Buy from 1 to 10 of Tots for yourself and one for each member of your family. Opportunity comes to each man but It is now knocking door. It is for you to decide, and the man who succeeds is the man who acts, so do it now. "Whether you buy or not call and see our plan, and get fuU .particulars. Office Open Every 'Night Telephone us and one of our representatives will take pleasure in calling at your residence with full particulars. Freeman, Macleod Graham, Phone, write or wire us the lumber of lots you wish reserved SEALED TENDERS addressed to the undersigned and marked on the envelope "Tenders for will be received up to 12 o'clock noon on the' 1st day of October next, for a license for grazing on that portion of the Blackfoot Indian Reserve south of Bow river, in the Province of Al- s The terms and conditions govern- ing- this license will be furnished by j the Secretary of the Department of Indian Affairs, Ottawa, or by J. H. Gooderham, Indian-Agent at Gleich- en. .on" application. The highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. The unauthorized insertion of this advertisement will not tbe paid for. Each tender shall be accompanied by a copy of the terms and conditions above mentioned and by a marked cheque for which will be re- turned to the unsuccessful tenderers. J. D, McLEAN, Secretary, Department of Indian Affairs. Ottawa, August '9, 1909. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any perflou wno la tbe sole head oi a. family, or any male over 18 yeati old, may homestead a qutxter-iectiop oi available Dominion land in Mani- toba. Saskatchewan or Alberta. Tbt applicant must appear in erion a: TO office in Ott Block. Immediate possession. W. Ott. 197-6 FURNISHED let, in new modern house. Terms moderate. Ap- ply 'Mrs., Jones third house from Round on south side of Bronton St. 199-0 ROOMS TO (and wash ing. a month. Apply Mrs. C. M. Holland, at the end of C.P.R. Bridge. 202-Ox. TO room in mod- ern house, close in. Suitable for two gentlemen.. Apply 1st house on Cut- bill' St. off Baroness Road opposite Tennis Court. 206-0 ROOMS, TO or un- furnished in a fully modern house, including hot and cold water, bath, telephone, etc. Call at once 426 'Bart- lett St.v 212-0 FOR on Brunton St. owned by Mr. Grace, third house, from Apply at office of C. F, P. Conybeare, K. C. 211-6 TO in' North Ward, close in. Apply corner-of Dufferiri and Burdett Sts. 214-2 TO comfortaible furnished ;room, suitable for two young ladies. 1002 Baroness Road, 1st house past tennis court. FOR modern rooms with bath, hall, situated on, south side of, Bruntpns St., 4th house west of entrance Ho Athletic Grounds. Price- _V will handle. Apply Owner, and save commission, -Ed. Lethbridge Hotel Barber Shopl 14-6 x: MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR buggy' and ness. Pony is 8 years old. "A good x driver horse. Will cheap as" owner isT leaving Alberta: Appjy Mjr. J. "-Xty bridge, Alberta. v n. FOR Clydesdale Vtallion, gentle., weight about- 1750. Will trade ?t< mares, .etc. Write- QeV.'.i' A. Davis, Sea. Warner. 210-13 FOR 5 room' house" "SndV two lots in North Ward, 'fior cost'of house. Small ''cash' Balance good terms. Party V city ,and ,must sell. W. H. Jloom 5, Bryan Block- FOR Democrat separator scales i2-churns three milk' cows, each. A. St. (Crows-Neat v 't FOR-SALE-rParlor suite, sewing machine, rugs, 2 1 calf, chicken and ducks. C. Coaldale, -Alta. 215-1 CANARIES WANTED. Xy t1- canaryr bkds, rich, .Round .LOST LOST OR, A halter and 100 d Jfeet chain taken from a cow belont-' J v- ing to J. HI Wallace. Finder ng please return to J. dett St. i 196-0" Tuesday night between Duff addition and Dr. Galbraith'e house gold 17 jewel, Elgin" movement. Double chain and'lock- et attached. Reward of given ior returriHo Herald office. 211-0 nickle plated 38 "-calibre Smith Wesson revolver, kinder please leave at City Police Office and receive reward. I 214-2 bay horses, aged 6 years', weight 1400 Ibs. Both had white faces.- One branded inverted 'V over E on right side of'neck. Brand not vis- ible on other but if, any it waa a "flying One had Roman noae. Reward for return to Albert Klopsh, North Ward, Lethbridge'. 14-fl LOST OR STRAYED room? suit- for married couple, also room Agency for the distriot. Ent'T by proxy may be made At any agency months' upon and cultivation of the land in eael) of three years. A homesteader ma; live within nine miles of home stead on a farm of at least 80 acret j a olely owned and occupied by him 01 by his father, mother, son. daughter. brother or sieter- I In certain a in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his home Staad. Price per acre. Duties -Must reside six months in eacu of six years from daie of homestead entry (including the time required tc earn homestead patent) nfty acres extra. v_ 1 A homesteader who hae TO able s Office or on Premises, fourth occupied house of Henderson V Crabb St. 15-6 TO roomed house on Ford St. Apply Eugene Heytens, at Belgium Restaurant. 215-6 TO store, cement building on Glyh St., opposite Sherlock stores. Altered to suit. Apply Turpin Fur- niture Co. 214-6 BOARD AND ROOM and room in quiet private home by younc man. Box 225; Herald. 209-Ox WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND homestead right and cannot ob- FOIl can sell your land .u tain a pre-emption may take a pui prices thal Ciiu'i be beat. We can chased homestead m certain adl you C0od land from up to Price per acre. seside six months in each of thret years, cultivate fifty acres a house wo-th W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of the Inter publication thi" will not W o for. vou S00< an up to QQ pgr in any quantity from One quarter up to as much as 150 sec- tions in one block. Terms, one-tenth of the purchase price in cash and the balance in nine equal annual instal- ments with interest at 6 per cent, on the unpaid balance. The Empire Land Co., upstairs in Ott Block..P.O. Box 60. Phone 394. 191-0 ESTABLISHED [1854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid up Capital... Reserve and-Undivided Pro6ts.............. i Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Z Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Sayings Bank 'Department i I Lcthbnigc Branch Block, Redpath St. One dark red cow wit.h wKite atrip on back, branded H D 3 on side. Cow was -dehorned and had a wide strap and rope attached. Last seen six miles south of city. Reward. Re- turn or notify J. Reding North Ward city. April 1st from our camp three miles "west of Lethbridge, three geldings. One dark bay weigh- ing about 1450 Ibs., branded P left shoulder, left hind ankle large, One light bay branded P left shoulder, weighing about 1450 Ibs. One light bay weighing about 1500 Ibs., slick, foundered on, front feet, somewhat lame, foretop and mane tinder col- lar shorn. All in good condition. Thirty dollars reward for informa- tion that will lead to their recovery of the three, or for any one of them. Notify Janse Bros., Camrose. Alta. 200-30 return of four mares branded LM on left shoulder, and seven geldings branded 7L teft hip, Notify A. A. Johnston. Lethbridge, Alta. 209-0 See. 32-11-21, early in June, one dark sorrel geldinc about ten years old, rangy huilt. large hock -joints, no brand, weight about 1200 Ibs. Finder will be re- warded by retxirning to or address- ing L. C. Barrett; Barrhill, Alta. 15-12 TENDERS Will receive tenders up till Aug. 31st for digging a hole 4x5 feet 275 feet deep to coal. Timbered with 2 inch cedar plank, with ladder spiked on. West side Section S-10-22 W. 4. ALEX McWlLLlAM 208-12 Regina, Box NOTICE Those naving accounts tgainst "the Lethbridge and District Agricultural, Society- are requested to have the same presented to the undersigned on or before August 36, as 'the society is desirous of paying all outstanding accounts as aoon! as possible. _2'_ W. B. BURNETT, 2106 Secretary-Treasurer. ;