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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THt LfTHMiOQC OAltY OtCIMtCR g. tW> Brook Bond Tea AND Carr's Biscuits DEMONSTRATION AT I The GOOD Co.'s Store j 11 All this week. Step inside and have a cup of tea J I free. Special prices on this famous tea while the 1 Demonstrator is here j I "S FORD 8T.-Opposite Fire Hall-Uthbridge, AlberU Is NOW open for business, with a full line of Im- ported and Domestic GROCERIES 1 CENT'S FURNISHINGS BOOTS AND SHOES Prompt delivery in all parts of the city. Local Budget Monday evening while tbe south, wind was moving everything' not tied or nailed down some funny thicks happened. Not the least of all was j the experience of the "contest the man who is temporarily lo-1 cated in Lethbridge, assisting the Herald in giving away worth of valuable prizes to popular people of this vicinity. While walking down Kc-dpath Street that evening the "breeze" .took charge of his eye-glass-j cs and tossed them about six feet. In j stooping for his "specs" his hat j started north across the park, and i so far as is known is going yet. not- withstanding his frantic chase as far as the C.P.R. station.' a hat is worth trying to recover, and the contest man. was green enough to get up at daylight an-d have "a look" over the general route his hat took when taking leave without saying good-bye. He did find two hats and a remnant of an- other, but his hat has no doubt gone where all the good hats go. This lit- tle story is written with the hope that the owners of the two ;'found" hats may recover their property, which is at the Contest Department. Room 13, Ryan Block. One of these hats is a 6-J size, the other a "soft" about the same size. The owners may call and get their pro- perty and will not be asked to pay for this notice -either. Savoy Roasters Save Time and Money Pastry Cutters and Pans; in fact, every- thing to prepare your Christmas Dinner O P.O. Box 2" Phone 75 Peterboro, Ont., Review says: Aug- ust Lesowski, a homesteader near Lethbridge, killed his wife and wreck- ed his home by thawing dynamite in the is an example of how news gets twisted. The lady men- tioned above as killed is at present in Miss Dainty's Hospital. North Ward, an-d is doing fairly well. Follow the crowd tonight and will land right inside the doors the Lyceum cost you ers. that's them. Herald Market Place Mfl it real It thie II JTM wait aiytkiif this 25c iMcrttoiA ior SI Ukeii in 604 Bartlett St. 296-4 i and cultivation of the land in eacli i payment down and Apply p. easv monthly O. Box 387. 299-O-x stead on a farm of at least 80 _acres solely owned and occupied by him or JTO RENT--Newly furnished bed sit- ting rwni, steam heated and electric MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALt by 'his father, mother, son. daughter, or gentlemen. j lisrht, suitable for one or two Indies FOR Typewriter. S19 Crabb St. I No- 7- first class condition, Ad- 239-0'dreSi5 Kox 4- Herald Oiuce. 298-6 hens and spring seen at any time. 1-2 mile south of In certain districts a homesteader TCfclue Six ni Ul six rears from date of en- able for housekeeping try the required to 819 Crabb south. earn homestead patent) and cultivate fiftv extra TO store V homesteader who has exhausted Westminster Road, North Ward, fur-1 Herald office, his homestead right and cannot ob- nace heated. Rent store and basement, 2S9-0 j FOR hay press, large i size. Cantor, press. Enquire J. M. onjOlctham. Stafford Block. Rcora 2 or H97-C S tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Must each of three Price per acre. l reside six months in South Lumber years, cultivate fifty acres and erec f. house worth W. W. CORY, Dr-paty Minister of the Interior. i Ottawa, Canada. j publication of 3-'this advertisement will not be paid for. Limited t T'il TlOtl vb i, iju i i t T i' ,r Brothers who made themselves the! nd J. Whitesel, Mr. Moore, oi the talbraith famous forgerg Qf days in Leth- Coal Co.'s office staff, is again at tneir I T i Experience Counts I "Viss'rs. "and Wk. t have J5 i- al merchants, have just unloaded towards T rostrum, and yc MONEY TO and in- surance on farm and city The Southern Alberta Loan and In- only per month, or will rent FOR SALE- whole building, including store, seven j ble. _Apph living rooms and bath for pei........ month. Apply Skeith Tiller. 294-6 TO furnished bedroom with, use of sitting room and housekeeping privileges. 201 Wai work St., North Ward, near pri- vate hospital. TO rooms, hot and cold water. British Rooming House. -A steam ana carving ta- Lethbridge Hotel. 93-O team of sound horses for oivV work. Must weigh between 2.200 and Ibs. State price and age. Apply Box 447 City P. O. 293-6 FOR pure-bred York- shire boars, eight months old. Leth- bridse Farming Co., Box 333, Leth- bridge. 2S9-3 New Hill Block. 294-12 LOST AND FOUND vestment Co.. Bryan Block Floor. TO room, week- Ground Iy_ Apply 9-3. 6 to S.30 821 Crabb St gold signet ring. initials monogram. J.S.C..... Finder will be 298-O South. suitably rewarded if he will return MONEY TO Why pay when we can let you have rent TO A fully modern house on same to Rev. rectory. J. S. Chivers at the 297-S brisk that any great delay in ship- It is ments to them would result in the! j J intention of the management to con- rapid depletion of their stock. struct an- elevated car-line from the j j mouth of this tunnel to their loading- Many persons find themselves nf- j C P R track This focted with a persistent cough after considerable expendi-N attacli of influenza. As this cough _ Anvfkri llviA WALKER HOUSE on the will call for ture, but will materially increase the coal output of the company A splendid opening for some enter- jit becomes troublesome, ising and capable "ariist" is now druggists. prising TORONTO'S FAVORITE HOTEL Adjoins Union Station. Cars to all parrs pass doors. Spacious rooms, and handsomely furnish- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, it Jed. The cuisine is unsurpassed. Amer- 1 should not be allowed to run on until Mean and European plan. by all-CEO. WRIGHT MACK CARROLL Late of can be promptly cured by the use of remodelled I i 1 1 BEFORE BUYING FURNITURE COME UNO SEE Our New and Up-to-date Stock. You will appreciate our prices once you compare years in the you can, __ the benefit of this experience J. in the way T AUCTION SALES ici. .w" money Ernest St.. close to Dufferin. AP- black elastic belt. enoush to build your own house ai jply to The C. B. Bowman Agency. i owner can have same at Herald office. 6 per cent. We loan money on 297-O kinds of city property, on terms that Mod- K.J marlA Vitr nth firs i -__ cannot be made by others, becau we get the money from where it if cheap. All kinds of farm loans T! potiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be J. i and see us when yon want money X! Phone 3D4. Empire Land Ox, Oti Block. Suitable for two respectable ern. young men. Apply Bornpas St.. opposite E. Oxland, 410 Oliver's Mill. Whipple (wel- borer) tht- misfortune to his pocket which J conduct on reason- able terms, in town or coun- try. Advances made on re- ceipt of instructions to sell. The Famous L FINK E. .L Best results; prompt settle- 4. ments Tel. 261 Office Crabb St. OPPOSITE FIRE HALL STOCK FOR SALE! 2 MILK COWS 1 HEIFER CALF 2 4 YEAR OLD MARES 2 GELDINGS 5 AND 7 YRS. OLD 1 LARGE BERKSHIRE SOW 1 MOWER, 1 RAKE APPLY AT WILSON'S Auction Rooms Phone 189 Cadillac AUTOMOBILES T. S. McKenzie, Dist. Agent Phone 274 P.O. Box 547 tfetyour in Early. For a first-class "job in CLEANING AND DYEING Ladies' or Gents' Clothes call at DYE WORKS TO rooms, fully modern. Gentlemen preferred. Apply Bompas St. First house west of new opera house. TO large modern house. I hoc'k on Nov. 1st, whilst between Sundial and the government well on the corner of township 11 range 20. Will the finder please no- tify Mr. Whipple at Valley P, close to Central School, aid. Box B.. Her- TO room. House. Terms reasonable. 422 Coutts St. Modern Apply 299-1 TO in new Conserva- tory building, Ashmead St. For terms j address Morgan and Harper. P. O. Box 1313, City. -M'6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Tho Ensign Co., Leth bridge. Alta.. requires H every town in Alberta to sell ther shew price tickets, magic Ian Stern slides signs. Goc-d men car-. make bis money in whole or pan HIDES, PELTS, FURS Wanted at 405 Smith St, J. YOUNG EXPRESS and Baggage Wagon FOR HIRE QUICK SERVICE TELE- PHONE 1 E 9 time. Apply Manager. 273-30 0. 275-O About April 25 Irom Mil- ler farm 1 1-2 miles southwest of Spring Coulee one dark brown horse colt, one year old, brand monogram LH on left shoulder. Libc-ral reward iven ior information leading to bis recovery. Notify C. I.. He! wig, Milk River, Alta. 239-12 LOS'i Cark ovo.r< voivet collar, belon rli.g r'M dly leave at receive reward. Ott. i'.'ot and Between Redpath and Fair grounds, leather purse, .brown, aad elastic band. Finder will receive re- ward at Herald office. 298-2 WANTED Good fresh milch cows wanted. Cox Son, 34 Argyle Ave. or Box SO. Phone 347. 298-6 let contract to drill well 7 miles from Barons. Bert C. Protzman. gen. del. Or Apply The Illinois Alberta Realty Co. 297-O small box or jewelry, con- taining one- small diamond a small garnet ring, a j brooch amythest set in a cluster and a string of solid small heart, with scribed, attached. Finder kindly re- tnrn to Herald and receive reward. 299-6 and gents' cast off clottiir.g, shoes, hats, guns and musical instruments, trunks, stoves and val- ises, and second hand furniture. Apply to the Harvard Tailoring Co., o30 Crabb St. P. O. Box 2094. 297-12 steady energetic farmers want party to furnish South African scrip for us to prove np on. Shares or for wag-es. Box 78, Herald. 29S-6. old 'beads with a monogram F. in- BUSINESS CHANCES DENTISTS LOOK class painter and paperhanger wants work in exchange for dental work. Apply. Box C. K. Herald. -96-6 NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that I have bought Quong Fong's' resuuirant OD Ford street. It is important that all outstanding accounts against Quong Fonc be in bv December 15th. HONG FONG. ;