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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE UETMBRIDQI DAILY HIHALO. 8ATUBDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1909. Tfie Modern Method of Buying Tea is to be surt of highest quality and value by insisting on getting for it ensures complete satisfaction. Black, Mixed or Natural Green in sealed load packets in bulk IN NORTH LETHBRIDGE CLOSE IN ONE WEEK Candidates For the Herald Prize Contest Must Have Names In By Next Saturday -Opens To-day COME AND VISIT ASTON' V J5> Ja a JL w NEW GROCERY, FLOUR and FEED STORE IN THE ADAM'S BLOCK WESTMINSTER RD. The Prices are right and all the stock fresh from the -Factory Give us a and place your Christmas order. We can save you Money. Orders delivered to any part of the City Tf you want to furnish your honse 'to SAVE MONEY buy from Golden West Furniture Co. the cheapest store in town. Round Street Opposite Herald Office INCREASE IN CUSTOMS RECEIPTS The total customs receipts for the month of November as giv- en out this morning aggregate over Last year's total for the month is or about half of this year's amount. The receipts continue to nearly double the figures for last year during the past few months. The peculiar properties of Cham- berlaln's Cough Remedy have been thoroughly tested dupng epidemics of influenza, and when it was taken in time we have not heard of a single case of pneumonia. Sold by all drug- ctfsts. Troubled Every Winter With Severe Colds. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup Cured Her, Mrs. W. J. Hammond, Hamilton, Ont., writes: "I beg to say that I have used Dr. Wood's Norway Fine Syrup for my No nominations will be accepted in thc Herald's prize contest after next Saturday. The names published c week from today will contain the complete line-up. There will never be a better time to enter the contest A determined, persistent effort Is all that is rerfuired to win a prize. There is more to it thai! that, too. Hero's an excellent opportunity to learn, be- yond question, just who your rea' friends are. You can weed them out by going into this contest, and, later on, will not be banking on the sup- port which you not receive in larger aiTairs of life- Enter the contest while the nomin- ations are open. Have your friends help you win the Gourlay-Anjxelus pianoi a free winter trip to Califor- nia, two fine building lots .or one of the splendid district prizes. The time is here. Now it is up you [to get out and be THERE. Today's Standing While the certificate vote is lighter today than on Thursday, there is ag- ain an upset in leadership in both I districts.' District No. i still holds the high vote of the contest, but candidates in the outside district arc gaining ground quite rapidly. The grading of the candidates shows plain ly the relative standing of each, out fifteen new yearly subscriptions would place any of the candidates of the list-among the leaders. Don't Hold Back Subscriptions To get the benefit of the.Club offer it is "not necessary to send in the five yearly subscriptions for the daily at one time. Do not hold back a single subscription, as you will gain .nothing by so doing. Candidates J Iwill get the benefit of every subscrip- i tion received at the contest depart- jment from the beginning of the con- test until the close or the Dec. 120. All that is) necessary is that ithe added subscriptions (including i each 3 and 0 months-to..the Daily and iali six months subscrip- tions to the Weekly) amount to five [years. If a'candidate gets two years for. the Daily from one subscriber it will count, two in the five year club. It is not'necessary to vote the reg- ular certificates to get the benefit o the Extra Vote offer. The 1.0.000 and Clubs will, not be issue until after November 20.. HALF THE TOIL of household work is taken away when Sunlight Soap is brought into the home. For thoroughly cleansing floors, metal-work, walls and woodwork, Sunlight is the most'economical both In time and money. Your Christmas Kodak Daily Herald Market Place yiM live to fell or to rcit place It if this culumi. If you want anything uie this column. 25c ooe insertion 6 for Si ITU AT IONS WANTED taken in of done at private homes. Good work a; reasonable Bothwu. Torrnuoe Ave., beside railway traei- 222-O1 PKOPERTY FOR SALf FOR Box City. Address T. Clemis 300-2 SITUATIONS VACANT At once, good stenograph- er and typewriter. Apply P. O. box "f People's Drug Store CLARKE WON The fifteen-round boxing bout at the Eureka last night between Jack Clarke and Kid Pidgcon was award- rd to the former ou points. The fight was purely a boxing, exhibition; the usual gruelling :ind distasteful tactics being entirely absent. Ref- eree- All Hoselton's decision was a sad disappointment to Pidgcon and his followers who at least expected a draw. Clarke, however forced the fighting all through and because of his ability to lead, hit and get away, he earned the decision. Pidgeon showed up to the best ad- vantage in. the first of the fight. He all over his man in the opening round, scoring a nine-count knock- down. He had somewhat the advan- tage of the second round also. In the third arid all succeeding rounds Clarke kept coming strong and both contestants fought equally to the end with the exception of Clark being ever ready to -do the leading and scor ing a number of kidney punches with- out a return. There was a decided lack of methodical hitting on both sides, many punches going wild. Ther were too shifty and careful to get in the road of any heavily loaded deli- veries. The two displayed considerable skill and much science: Clarke was in good condition and worked fast. Pid- geon is a clean cut fighter with a good punch and evidently knows the game' "thoroughly. His style .was goo-d but unvaried. He made a good impression with the fans. Both.men paired up well and seemed about equal in weight. V A very fair crowd witnessed the fight. NORTH WARD, f W. P. J. Prescription Expert Druggist Phone 445 Night Beil Good general .vases per mouth. No iox 0. tx, 1-ieruId. servant, wusiiiny. once, good dining maid to help upstairs. Good in rirst class hotel. D. Need- Apply Hotel Myrtle, Bow 1s- 300-G j i aouie laud. j ousework.. The Grand Trunk Railway for the period ending Nov. 30 incras- ed compared with last THE WALKER TORONTOS HOUSE A'djoins Union Station. Cars to all parts pass doors. Spacious remodelled and handsomely furnish-; ed. The cuisine is unsurpassed. Amer- j ican and European plan. i winter with bronchitis and very severe colds. At night she would keep us all awake -with her coughing until I tried your Svrup, which gave her instant relief. After the first bottle was finished I got more, and always kept a bottle in her room at night. Dr. Wood's Nor- j wav Pine Syrup is certainly a -svonderlu! thing in a case like the above mentioned and no one can praise it too highly. I have taken every opportunity to recom- i mend it to all my friends and There is nothing to equal" Dr. Wood's'' i for the cure of Coughs, Colds. Bsanchitis, i Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness. Sore Throat, i Pain or Tightness in the Chest, and all i Throat and Lung Troubles. 1 It prevents Pneumonia and Consurap- tion. Put up in a yellow wrapper; three i pine trees the trade mark; price 25 cents. Manufnctured only by The T. District No. 1 comprises the Citj of Lethbridge. District No. '2 tory outside of The price "of votes given: comprises all tcrri Lethbridge. The Herald and 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 girl for general ,_________ Apply Mrs. W. R. Brown, AVP ii; I -io fa l It; fw r1OR corner lots spur track. Block 01. The best buy in the Alexander addition. Lots each. Block 4. The Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Bryan aiock. Ground Floor. 298-6 FOR fine residence lots, close in. Also some business iors in the business section o? the c-ity. W. 11. Johnson, Johnson Block. FOR roomed i ally, mod- ern house. Can give immediate pos- session. A snap for quick sale. Terms. Apply between U and 9 p.m. and 9 and 11 tt.ni. to 310 Brunton St. P. O. Box 2005. H97-6 VAN "class boiler maker wauled. Apply Lethbridge iron i Co., Ltd. -DM general servant Apply USU Baitleti Sc. woodsmen. Highest i going wages paid. Elk Lumber Go. F. (j. VS tttera, sapL-xmtendent, Hos- uier, B. C. ouce, tirst class gro- cery clerk. Must be reliable and come -.veil recommended. A. V. Lang, Frank." to assist with house- work. Apply at the Herald. TO RENT FOR large furnished room with all conveniences. Also room and board for one or two gent- lemen. Apply 425 Battlett St. 301-6 FO lots on Bruce St, at apiece. T. E. Patte-son. 237-0 FOU 320 acres ply Box H., Herald offic 8-19. FOR SALE OR shop for sale or rent. For particulars apply to H. C. Morrison, Alta. Cowiey. FOR roomed house on Lon- don Road, fully modern and strictly up-to-tTate. Rents for per. Must sell soon as I intend leaving the city. Address P. O. Box 1933, city. 299-6 in North Ward, rooms. Close to Ry. track. Will sell completely furnished on small payment down and easy rnonthly payrnents. Apply P. O. Box 387. 299-O-x CHURCH SERVICES The minister will -preach as usual morning and evening in Knox Church tomorrow. Men'-j Bible Class will be held immediately after the morn- ing service. The Presbyterian Mission services a The North Ward will be held as usual at 7.30 in the Bailey Street school. Sunday School and Bible Class will be held at eleven in the The Services in Westminster Church will be conducted by Mrs. (Rev.) T. P. Perry. In the evening the choir will render the service of song entitl- ed "In His Steps." Mr. W. Jordan will open .the. service and Miss Clapp will- be the rentier. The Sunday School and Bible Class meets at 3.00 p.m. All are invited. The ladies of Westminster Church will hold a bazaar and sale of home- made cooking in the church on the af- ternoon and evening of Dec. 10th. TO room, suit one or two young men, two minutes from city square. Apply 809- Redpath St., op- posite Dr. Mewburn's. MISCELLANEOUS FOR FOR bowling alleys, oom- plete, as good as new one American billiard table, 5185.00: one electric banjo, Apply E. W. Hume, Box S4, Calgary, Alta. 300-6 TO rooms, fully modern. Gentlemen preferred. Apply 508 Bompas St. First house new opera house. 301-5 TO RENT Convenient warehouse 20 x 36 feet, situate on Round St., cen- tral. Apply Howard Case Co., Duff Adition or -P. -Q. Box 104. 300-6 ROOM AND- Room board in stricly modern house, men every evening from 7.30 to 10.30 p.m. on and alter Monday, Dec. 6th. Membership fee, to join, after- wards, 50 cents a Fred Simm, President; E. Stafford, Sec. the i VOTES New Renewals Daily by Carriers. Lethbridge months months 2.00 1 year ?4.00 Vears S.OU By Mail: months 4 months 1-00 months 1-50 year 3.00 years Weekly Herald: months .75 year 1.50 years 3.00 Address all .communications to The Contest Department. The Herald. Lethbridge. Alberta. 1 y 350 1000 3000 0000 350 500 1000 3000 0000 500 1500 4500 250 700 2000 (1000 250 350 700 2000 300 1000 3000 TH E WAY OF TO-DAY System and a perfect organization gives the Semi-ready Tailoring a tremendous advantage over the old methods of retail tailors. If you are suffering from oinous n T> j iness "constipation, indigestion, chron tj Better stitching, edging, ana stsy- ing is put into Semi-ready Clothes by Expert men tailonj. Cleverness agility, and ability are developed by a division of workers-each contributing his singta part in the making of a Suits and Overcoats at are just as well "designed and tailored as the higher-priced garments at and The difference is in the worth of the fabrics- and close in. Rate a week in advance or board alone Will also rent rooms without board. 701 Bompas St. 300-6 FOR KENT Cottage on McKay St., North Ward. 5 room, water and elec- tric-light Possession Dec. 10. Apply E. U. Rylands. Hudson's Bay Co. 97-6 room, fully modern, gentlemen preferred. Apply 638 Burdett St., one block south of Central School. 2S8-0 The Young Men's Room at Wesmm- TQ EENT_Offices and suitee of 6f- ster Church will be open to all young j ficeg -m tae Sherlock Fireproof Build- ing. Heat, elevator and janitoring Apply R. E. Sherlock. Box 87. 283r25 TO rooms, hot and cold water. British Rooming House. New Hill Block. 294-12 5c headache, invest one cent in a postal card, send to Chamberlain Medicine Co.. Des Moines. Iowa, with your name and address plainly on the "back, and they will forward you a free sample of Chamberlain's Sto- mach and Liver Tablets. Sold by all The greatest danger from influenza is of its resulting in pneumonia. This can be obviated by using Chamber- lain's Cough Remedy, as it not only cures influenza, but counteracts any tendency of the disease towards pneumonia. Sold by all druggists. FOR Typewriter, No. 7, first class condition, Ad- dress Box 4, Herald Office. FOR hens and spring chickens. Can be seen at any time. Apply T. Bowtell. 1-2 mile south of the Fair Grounds. 297-6 FOR hay press, large size. Canton press. Enquire J. M. Oldham, Stafford .Block. Room 2 or Herald office. 297-0 FOR purebred York- shire boars, eight months old. Leth- bridge Farming Co., Box 333, Leth- bridge- 299-3 LOST AND FOUND gold signet ring, initials monogram, J.S.C.. Finder will be suitably rewarded if he will return same to Rev. J. S. Chivers at the rectory. borer) TO fully modern house on Ernest St, close to Dufferin. Ap- ply to The C. B. Bowman 97-O TO large modern house, close to Central School.. Box B., Her- ald. 299-6 TO in new Conserva- tory building. Ashmead St" For terms address "Morgan and Harper, P. 0. JBox 3313, City. 299-6 TO one or two young men, two minutes from city square. Apply 809 Redpath St.. opposite Dr. Mewburns: 301-2 Sugestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson By Rev. D. Linscott for the International Nerwspa-per Bible Study Club December 12, 1909 Paul's Last Tim. I When men do not believe in the i supernatural, that is, God, prayer, 1m- merit, and will it be the same case with all the faithful? morality, rewards and punishments j after death, etc.. give your reason for ward which i your belief whether it is, or not. alter death? ,rhat wilt be the nature of the re- awaits the Christian af- Golden to TOO to live is .your oenei wiieuier n. is, ui nut. Christ, and to die is gain. Phil jresulf of some moral defect in their j Verses it a sign of Verses a minister in mess or why thority gives instructions to a rie- j weak- when a voted minister under him. concerning jsuccess> in any .caiiing. for the work to which he is wiu Watch, suffer, work, wrds more or less effectual i Vorso are the chances of a man who nd demon- or are his words more or less effectual i su..ue hig faitMulness? _ ,1 n j Verse is the more desir- iabie time, ,the day of one's birth or day of one's death. by if be calls God to witness? why not? What precisely did Paul mean "Preach Mie What, if any, reason is there to be- Hei-e--that preaching or its equiva- lent can never be "out of Why is the duty to preach and prac- tice truth, honesty, love and theypre- sence of God never out of season? Why is every man under obliga- tion to be always on the qui vivo to promote the temporal and eternal interests of his fellows? Verses is the minimum of Christian -faith necessary for "sound doctrine" arid salvation? (This question must be answered in writ- ing ;by members of the club.) Whr- is -it that burglars, counter- feiters, gamblers, liars, drinkers and other bad men, and women, often per- suade themselves that they are right? the How dk! Paul at -this time know that the day of his departure was at hand? Verse can you say for or against the theory, that the better, the man the he thinks of himself? State your views as to whether Paul was guilty' of boasting here, or whether it was an honest statement that he had "fought a good and that he had "kept the Ts God hard to please, or is it pos- sible for an ordinary, honest Christ- ian to please God in all things, and to have the consciousness that he is so pleasing him? Verse the crown of right- eousness that Paul was going to re- ceive, a gift of grace, or a reward for Christian craves human company and friendship? What is the moral quality of a man who forsakes his friends when he is in trouble? Are friendships rare, or plentiful, which remain steadfast, and true alike in prosperity and adversity, through evil and good report, and how do you characterize such a, friendship? ,a Verso which will a mor- al right thinker put his emphasis, on things for the body, ,mind or spirit and why? Taking Paxil's "cloak" to represent things for the body, his "books" thc mind, his "parchments" the please say what proportion _ thought and energy is spent, by the average community, upon these things respectively? Verses there any reason to believe that Jesus would have prayed that a bad man may be reward ed according to his works? Lesson for Sunday, December 19, Savings Deposits THE BANK OF TORONTO receives savings deposits of SI.00 and upwards, and adds interest to all iilSIlCSS H- Safe Convenient Profitable ASSETS Lethbridge -Branch; T. W. McEACHERK. Mgr. Incorporated 1855 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND Any person wh-o sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at I the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry by proxy rnay be made at any agency on certain conditions by father, mo- ther, son, daughter, brother or sister of intending homesteader. months' residence upon_______ ________ and cultivation of the land in each j fresb of three years. A homesteader may1 TO room. Suitable for two gentlemen. Furnace. 715 Crabb St. 2M-6 MISCELLANEOUS 'WANTS GOOD restaurant in .the town of Winnifred. For partic- ulars apply to the Citizen's Lumber Co.. City. 300-4 milch cows live within nine miles of his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside hia home- stead. Price per acre. Duties reside six months in each of- six years from date of homestead en- try (including the tim-e required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A" homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect i a house worth j W. W. CORY, i Deputy Minister of the Interior. Ottawa, Canada. publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. I WANTED COAL AREAS Or Properties, Also Oil Lands Address DR. J. H. T. BLUE 12 Waldorf Apartments Grosvener Ave., Wcitmount Montreal. Cox Son, 34 Argyle Ave. or Box SO, Phone 347. 298-6 let contract to drill well 7 miles from Barons. Bert C. Protzrnan, gen. del. Or Apply The Illinois Alberta Realty Co. 2JJ7-O and gents' cast off clothing, shoes, hats, guns and musical instruments, trunks, stoves and -val- ises, and second hand furniture. Apply Whipple (well had the misfortune to lose his pocket book on Nov. 1st, whilst travelling between Sundial and the government well on the corner of township 11 range 20. Will the finder pleaee no- tify Mr. Whipple at Sweet Valley P. 0. 275-0 small box of jewelry, con- taining one small diamond a small garnet ring, a brooch amythest set in a cluster and a string of solid gold beads with a, small heart, with monogram F. in-' scribed, attached. Finder kindly re- turn to Herald and receive, reward. 299-S BUSINESS CHANCES DENTISTS LOOK class painter and paperhanger wants work' in exchange for dental work. Apply Box C. K. Herald. 296-6 TO apartments in a down town .block, clearing over all expenses from to monthly. Will make good proposition for any- one who will buy furniture and live in block. Apply The Canadian Real Estate Co.. Bryan Block P O Box 387. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO Loan and in- surance on farm and city property. The Southern Alberta Loan and In- vestment Co., Bryan Block Floor. Ground 298-O MONEY TO pay rent when we can let you have money enough to build your own house at 6 per cent. We loan money on all kinds of city property, on terms that cannot be made by others, because we get the money from where it w cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne- second nand furniture. Appiy -----r "-1 Harvard Tailoring Co., ioO ana 8 per cent. Be to the Crabb St P. O. Box 2094. 297-12 steady energetic farmers want party to furnish South African scrip for us to prove up on. Box 78. Eeraltl. 298-6. NOTICE OF REMOVAL Ernest E. Carver, wishes to notify his many clients that after Tuesday. 7th his architectural offices will be in- Room 202 in the new Sherlock Building, on Glyn a.nd Redpath Sts. Automatic Telephone No. 1241. 301-6 NOTICE There be a meeting of Leth- bridge Homestead No. 2273 Brother- hood of American Yeomen on Mon- day December 6th for elec- tion of--offl'ce'rs; soi-2 NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that I have bought Quong Pong's' restaurant on outstanding accounts against Quong Pong be in by December 15th. HONG FONG. 398-6 wu w w. and see us when yon want money. Phone 394. Block. Empire Land Ott 252-0 HIDES, PELTS, FURS Wanted at 405 Smith St, J. The Famous Cadillac AUTOMOBILES T. S. McKende, Dist. Phone 274 P.O. Box til For a first-claw -job in CLEANING AND Ladies' or Gents' Clothes call a; THE CITY Phone 353 DYE WORK5 ;