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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1909. i I I Brook Bond Tea AND Carr's Biscuits DEMONSTRATION AT The GOOD Store All this weekt Step inside and have a cup of tea free. Special prices on this famous tea while the Demonstrator is here I I lug against Church, a debt not so large when the cost of the property is considered. Tlu- church ami parsonage, both of brick, liavo com, in round numbers, and full equipped as they should be the trustee board expect jp2 that the total .will reach To the untiring efforts of the pastor, Rev. L. Hall, this most lory result, is largely due. Me labored incessantly to establish an j institutional church in which thepliy-j; sical and moral training of the hun-j idrt-ds of young ;nKvn ofFernu-couldbe mingled with spiritual training and furnish surroundings fsom which the best citizenship should be made 'I Savoy i Roasters Save Time and Money I Si The Western Grocery Store i i FORD Fire Alberta Is NOW open for business, with a full line of Tm- ported and Domestic GROCERIES I CENT'S FURNISHINGS BOOTS AND SHOES -'Prompt delivery in all parts of the city, i i Silks and Fancy Goods! See our stock before you p.upchuse your CHRISTMAS PRESENTS LADIES' COSTUMES MADE TO ORDER. STAY OF EXECUTION IN LABOR LEADERS' CASE Washington. Nov. court 01' appeals of the District of Columbia today granted the petition of Samuel Gompens. John Mitchell and Frank Morri- son, of the American Federa- tion of Labor. In the contempt of the court case for a stay of execution of the mandate of the court sending them to Jail. The mandate is staid indefinitely pending an appeal to the su- preme court of the United Staies. al in our growing; young city. The opening services were conclud- i Ml last night when the ladies of the J church gave a dinner in the large gymnasium in the basement. Despite .the rain which poured down in torrents the b g room was filled .with people, and hundreds partook of :he good things provided. After the dinner the crowd repaired to the auditorium and listened to ad- dresses from the pastors of neighbor- ing churches. Revf R. Hughes from Cranbrook, Rev. Lee, from Hosrner, Rev. Chenowith, from Michel and Rev. Sidel of the Fernie Baptist Church making kindly remarks, 0.1.0- gistic of the efforts oi the eonttibut- ors to the building and to those who had so much to do in the m of the building. Pastry Cutters and Pans; in fact, every- thing to prepare your Christmas Dinner Hayr Bros. Daily Herald Market Place yuu have anything to sell or to rent place it in this column. If you want anything use thix column. 25c one insertion 6 for SITUATIONS VACANT first class steam'fit- ters. Apply Western Plumbing Co., P. O. Box 298. 21KS-2 for work. Apply Oliver Mfg. Co. outside 298-U V. hotel. at Dallas P.O. Box 27 Notice j THE BRITISH COLUMBIA AND j MANITOBA RAILWAY I COMPANY i To the Shareholders: t i NOTICE is hereby given that where- i las the requirements of. the Railway fl i I I i Act to incorporate the British Colum- The Famous OPEN A NEW CHURCH AT FERNIE AUTOMOBILES T. S. McKenzie, Dist. Agent Phone 274 P.O. Box 547 tretyour m Early. For a first-class -job in AND bia and Manitoba Railway Company Sihave been fully complied with, so as to permit of the organiaztion of the Company, a meeting of the share- holders of the Company will be held at the law offices of Messrs. John- stone Ritchie, adjoining the Un- ion Bank, at Lethbridge, Alberta, on Saturday, the eighteenth day of De- cember, 1909, at eleven o'clock in the class wanted immediately. Hall, Foot-Toggery. shoe repairer Apply Thos. to learn cigar' mak- ing. Apply Cigar Factory, Ford St. 297-2 SITUATIONS WANTED cook ami middle aged woman to cook for 8 to 'l men. good situation to right per- son. Apply Southern Alberta Land Co.. Ltd., Medicine Hat. Altu. 96-3 taken in done at private homes. Good work at reasonable Mra. Botham. Ave., railway track. 312-01 SITUATION young man with light team as deliveryman. Willing to do any kind of light de- livering. Call or write to Harry Clark. 414 Torrance North -Ward. PROPERTY FOR FOR corner lots Block 61. The best buy in the Alexander addition. Lots 1125.00 each. Block 4. The Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., ..'Bryan Block. Ground Floor. 298-6 FOR fine residence lots, close in. Also some lots in the business section of the city. W. If. Johnson, Johnson Block. 2S7-O general servant. Mrs. H. J. Cunningham. 272 Ford St. class boiler maker- wanted. Apply Lethbridge iron Works. Co., Ltd. 296-6 general servant. Apply 650 Bartlett St. 296-.J good general servant. Apply at A. S. Bowman's residence.. 423 Crabb St. Phone 179 or 10I-. 94-6 competent servant who will sleep at home. Apply Mrs, D. C. Mariott. C41 Round St. 294-G competent general ser- vant Mrs. A. B. Stafford, cor. Born- FOR roomed fully mod- ern house. Can give immediate pos- session. A snap for quick sale. Terms. Apply between 6 and 9 p.m. and 9 and 11 a.m. to 310 Brunton St. P. O. Box 2005. 297-6 FOK SALE OR acres Okanagan valley fruit land, two thirds planted to approved varieties of apples, pears, etc., balance cleared, ready for planting. Will trade for- Lethbridge city property or improv- ed Southern Alberta land. Apply P. O. Box 97, Lethbridge. 297-4 FO lots on Bruce 8t, at apiece. T. E. Sait-ason. S37-0 THE CITY P hone 353 DYE WORKS Sunday a Red Letter Day With Fernie Methodists for the purpose of r .Reiving the-report of'the Provisional Direct- JL> i rjllN (j ors Of the Company, organizing the Comp-any. electing directors, and tran- Ladies' or Greats' Clothes call at all other business which may properly be brought before such meet- ing. HtAJfCIS-W. ROLT, JULES F. FLEUTOT. J. B. T. CARON, EDWARD HOFFMAK, J. J. B. GOSSELIN. t v_. TMr, i For Provisional' Directors. 405 Smith St, J. IUUNU Dated Lethbridge. November 12, 1909. I I Goal Notice 5J5 j NOTICE is hereby given that ap- SHERLOCK BLOCK CRABB ST. Nominate a Candidate for the Herald Contest NOMINATION BLANK GOOD FOR 1000 VOTES ONLY ONE BLANK ACCEPTED FOR ANY ONE CANDIDTTE I nominate Address a candidate in THK LETHBRIDGE HERALD Prize Voting Contest. Signed Address. Cut out thi.s blank, send it to The Eernlf wir.h your nnrne, or the name and address of your favorite cane) date. The names of oeople making nominations will not be divi Isred if so requested. SET FIRES TO GET INSURANCE MONEY Boston. Nov. itjj made today in -A fourth arrest connection with an alleged conspiracy to defraud in- surance companies by setting fire to fur store on Summer street, Boston, after having remo Michael Rndwick into custody charged being an accessory before the fact Jo arson, i of bonds. (Special to the Herald) Fernie, Nov. was an- other red letter day in the history of Fernie. The new Methodist Church opening brought out large crowds of people to all the meetings despite the very unpleasant weather which 'pre- vailed. Rev. George Kerby, B. A., of Cal- jgary, preached the dedicatory sermon i ii-: ami 'also preached in the evening. Hr The large auditorium of the church i jjt 'was more than filled morning services and in the evening the Sun-1 j day School room which can be thrown j <0 open, was aiso well nilt-ii. S j Rev. Mr. Kerby took ior his open- I {ing theme, "I am not ashamed oi j Ij: The gospel of Jesus and de-' livered one of his characteristic dis-! i courses, holding his large audience in 'wrapt attention from the .beginning.