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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR THE LETH8RIDGE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1909. Tweed at At we offer values that have no equals in this country at this price. Exclusive the matchless tailoring that the Fit-Reform experts put into every t-Reform of two weeks to the Extra Vote offer. Any contestant cau see all their, friends and fieir friends' friends "and then some" in that length of, time. i To win In this contest isn't going to cost you any money. It is go-i ing to demand that you give it a j little time and attention. Get every-, body who is interested in you and anxious for your success to go out: and do something for you. Induce j all your intimate friends to pledge i you so many votes in addition to; their own subscription. You are go- j Ing to need the help of every friend you have. It is the ones who re-: alize this, and act accordingly, who i will win the prizes. I When you ask for a subscription to 1 ae Herald, do not lose sight of the fact that subscribers are getting full value for their money. Candidates j are doing prospective subscribers a i j real favor by placing The Herald in their homes, .and they will soon be j aware of that. You get them. The j Herald will hold them. FI garment. 104 VOTES New Renewals Dailv bv Carriers, Lethbridge. 350 1000 54.00 3000 S.OO 9000 250 700 2000 6000 MrJCELViE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbndfir- 3 months 51-00 6 months 2.00 jl year 12 years By Mail: j 3 months ..........S5 (4 months 1-00 j 6 months 1-50 !1 year vears i Weekly Herald: 16 months year I 2 years i Address all communications to The j Contest Department, The Herald, Lethbridge, Alberta. District No. 1 comprises the City i of Lethbridge. District No. 2 comprises all terri- jtory outside of Lethbridge. i The price of the Herald and the ivotes given: 3.00 6.00 .75 1.50 3.00 350 500 1000 3000 9000 500 1500 4500 250 350 700) 300 1000 j 3000 I MOVING PICTURES c ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE. A. OVERTURE: By the Eureka orchestra. B. THE TENDERFOOT: An exciting drama of days in the West. early C. THE TYRANT'S DREAM: Extremely funny. 0. CHAS. HOWItON: The Comedian. E. CONVICT'S REVENGE F. BEHIND IN THE RENT G. THE OLIVER ROMFREY MUSICAL TRIO: In their big musical act. The only steam heated theatre in the city Your Pleasure and Comfort Our Aim STAFF ROY WILSON, Electrician. V. CASEY, Stage Manager R. H. STRANG, Musical Director. A. E. MORRIS, Proprietor and Manager Constipation. THE HERALD To Candidates in Two. District No. Is the One Topic Of Conversation, No Matter Where One Goes It Is Gaining Mo- mentum With Every Passing Moment A glance at the standing of the candidates in the Herald's prize con- test, as published Saturday, shows that a number have made a gtfod start, yet there is plenty of room for others to get busy and even pass some of the leaders. A little energy is all that is required. About fifteen yearly subscriptions to The Daily Herald; ,if new, would place any can- didate on either list light. And there is candidate who could in the lime- not a single not get that many subscriptions in a day or two. There are fifteen splendid prizes. yo'ur opportunity? It is not neces-; sary to mention the towns in DiS- j trict No. 2, where the candidates are not as hhigh in the list as they should be. The business is the didates are where are votes? The votes are there also, and 1 unless "movement" is soon shown j in some localities, enterprising "for- eign" contestants will be gathering in the votes that would go to the "home" candidates for the asking. There is sufficient time for any candidate to start in NOW and win the best prize on the list. The con- j Contestants in the outside district should send in sub- scription as fast as received. In order to get credit in the Club offer for Extra Votes, all subscriptions to count in this offer must be mailed not later than the night of December 20. Nothing is gained by holding them back. Besides, it will boost your campaign immense- ly to "raise" your, score every few days. The friends whom you cannot see personally will then know you are in the con- test to win. Although the con- test man knows you are doing "your level best." he does not give any information about a candidate's progress other than appears in the paper. Please state when sending In subscriptions whether you wish the certificates votes re- turned to you. No need expect to be healthy if the bowels aits allowed to become clocked up. A free motion of the bowels daily should be the rale with even-one who aspires to perfect health. Costivenesa or constipation clogs the bowels, chokes up the natural outlet of bapure matter, and retains in the system the poisonous effete waste products of nature, causing bad blood, dyspepsia, headache, biliousness, foul humors, pim- ples, boils, blotches, piles, Burdock Blood Bitters nas built up an unrivalled reputation as a cure fcr constipation and all the diseases which arise from it. FOUR LOTS HIGH AND LEVEL >uu have to Mil or to rest place it It thin cokM. II wait aiytajaf thin cohiaa. SITUATION! VACANT once, good stenograph- er'and typewriter. Apply P. 0. Box 546. 301-6 general servant, wages per month. No washing. Box (X 8., Herald. 301-O once, good dining room maid to help upstairs. Good home in first class hotel. D. Need- ham. Apply Hotel Myrtle. Bow Is- land. 300-6 girl for general housework. Apply Mrs. W. R. Brown. 23 Argyle Ave. 300-O woodsmen. Highest going wages paid. Elk Lumber Co. F G. auperintendent, iner. B. C. 237-0 once, first class gro- cery clerk. Must be reliable and come well recommended. A. V. Lang, Frank. 299-4 to assist with house- work. Apply at the Herald. 299-O TO RENT IN ALEXANDER ADDITION FOR large furnished room with all conveniences. Also room and board for one or two gent- lemen. Apply 425 Bartlett St. 301-G TO room, suit one or two young men, two minutes from city square. Apply S09 Redpath St., op- posite Dr. Mewburn's. 301-2 ONLY i i i 4. 4. T T T T T T test has five weeks from this even- But fourteen candidates have over votes to their credit See ing to run. And there remains The Western Grocery Stare FORD Opposite Flra Lethbrldgt, Altorta Silver Spoon Tea Blue likkom Tea Freah Italian Chestavts All KiaJi of Imported CKeeic CENT'S FURNISHINGS BOOTS AND SHOES Prompt delivery in all parts of the city. LLOYD-GEORGE DID NOT WAIT Far Prenier Asqikh Ti Opei Ae P.litid Cu- London, Dec. has put the radical crown upon his own head. All traditions of English, po- litical life would have left it to Mr. j Asquith as leader to open the cam- Mr; Burns "Wood-, T cock, Nashwaak Constipation-4- Bridge, N.S., writes: Cured. "For over two years i 4- my wife was troubled ii i A A 4 f constipation. T "She tried_ several pliy- gicians, but could get no relief, but after taking three bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters she was completely cured and u to-day in good health. My -wife and 1 cannot speak too highly of Burdock Blood Bitteis." For salt by til dealen. Manufactured only by The T. Mflbua Limited, Toronto, Out. W. R. Dobbin TO rooms, fully modern. Gentlemen preferred. Apply 508 Bompas St. First house west ot new opera house. 301-5 Ukeu in clone private Good at reasonable ratei. Botham, Ave., railway tmfc. PROPERTY FOR FOR corner Iota track, Block 61. --The best buy In UM> Alexander addition. Lots 1126.00 each. Block 4. Tbe Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Bryan Block, Ground Floor. FOR ttne lots, close in. Also some businew lots In the business section of the city. W. H. Johnson, Johnson Block. 297-O FOR roomed fully mod- ern house. Can give Immediate pos- session. A snap for quick sale. Apply between ti and 9 p.m. and S and 11 a.m. to 310 Brunton St P. 0. Box 2005. 297-4 FO lots on Bruce 8t, at apiece. T. E. iVstteson. 287-0 FO.R acres 8-18. Ap- ply Box H., Herald office. FOR SALE OR shop for sale or rent. For particulars apply to H. C. Morrison, Cowley. Alta. 293-O FOR' roomed house on Lon- don Road, fully modern and strictly up-to-date. Rents for per. Must sell soon as I intend leaving the city. Address P. 0. Box 1933, city. 299-f FOAc in North Ward, 6 rooms. Close to Ry. track. Will sell completely furnished on small payment down and easy monthly payments. Apply P. O. Box 387. 299-O-x m 7f" i TO warehouse 20 i x 36 feet, situate on Round St., cen- tral. Apply Howard Case Co., Duff Adition or P. 0.. Box 104. 300-6 FOR SENT--Cottage on McKay St., North Ward.. 5 room, water and elec- tric light. Possession Apply E. U. Rylanfis. Hudson's Bay Co. 97-6 .MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR bowling alleys, com- plete, as good as new one American billiard table, one electric banjo, Apply E. W. Hume, Box S4, Calgary, Alta. 300-8 FOR Typewriter, No. 7, first class condition, Ad- dress Box 4, Herald Office. FOR hens and spring chickens. Can be seen at any time. j liquor trade told Balfour and Lans- downe their cash would be otherwise; withdrawn from the Tory party. he added with a smile, "this is news to anyone in this 'hall. It is certainly news to Balfour and' Lansdowne." the general expectation and announc- ed how the ministry meant to turn the victory at to account. Mad no such hesitation, i Reading carefully from a slip ol pa- i per he said, my part I would not remain a member of the Liberal cabinet one hour unless I knew tae cabinet had determined not to bold J office after the next general election j unless with full power, according to which would enable it to place oa the statute book a measure which ensured that the Commons in the fu- ture can carry not merely Tory bill. Qp CANADIAN NORTH- as it does now ,bot Liberal proves- j REGULATJONg sive measures in the course of a single; parliament either with or without Any person who is the head of a' family, or any male over 18 years Silks and Fancy Goods See our stock before you purchase your 1 CHRISTMAS PRESENTS LADIES' COSTUMES MADE TO OEDER. the sanction'of the Lords. (Cheers.) 4 old, may homestead a quarter-aeetion Obviously this means an attempt; Of available Dominion-land in Mani- The paign and set out the party policy in to strike the Lords but of the j toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. deliberate form at the Great Albert j stitution in regard to not merely fin- applicant must appear in person at Hall gathering nest Friday, but just I ance but alj. legislation. Only Jo- the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency !or the district. Entry by as Mr. Chamberlain, in what Lord Salisbury used to call his Jack Cade days should not bother about his tit- ular leader, Mr. Gladstone, so Lloyd- George ignored Asquith yesterday. He set his own pace, a very hot one too, out Lime-Housing Lime House and out-New Castling New Castle. He clearly means this to be a Lloyd- George election. Apparently he means to be prime minister, but as Chamberlain found in the eighties, Englishmen are apt seph: Chamberlain could give an efiec- tive Unionist answer to George's Celtic fire. Lloy4- j QQ certain conditions by father, mo- ther, son, daughter, brother or sister Lord Lansdowne's pronouncement at Plymouth last night reads in com- parison very tamely. He defined the issues very quietly as three, namely tariff reform or budget, one or tw houses, socialism or not. of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by him or I by his father, mother, sou, daughter, "Nation" which is Lloyd-George' {brother or_sister. particular .organ, today makes th, a may pre-empt home- Tat Cheng Sherlock Block Glyn Street suggestion that if the Unionists are quarter-section alongside his returned to power the Radicals would stead. Price per acre. Duties to be suspicious ot hectic orators ana ins, inctivelj refuse to pa7 taxes so reside six months in each .of v... ng the Commons sole taxing pow fis from date of hemestead en- 8 itrv (including the time required to eawrn homestead patent) and cultivate j the best judges have agreed that not more than thirty per cent of the el- ectorate at most can be moved by violent language. Many even of these thirty per cent, get nervous after few days' reflection. Lloyd-George hoped to move other- wise and keep the fire raging over forty days, for now it is especially announced that January 13th is the first possible day for elections. Speak ing in the Commons on Thursday, Mr. Asquith refrained from fulfilling er was in dispute. Papers on -each side show their ea- fifty acres extra. gerness to prove their cause has A homesteader who has exhausted palhy over the dominions and quite !M? homestead right and cannot ob- JY n I tain a pre-emption may take a pur- freely cabled the opinion of Canadian j chased homestead -m certain districts. Australian and South African jour- nals. Sir Gilbert Parker, speaking Hackney last night, warned Earl j Price per acre. Crew and Lord Advocate Ure, that they had better leave the Dominions out of their appeals for partisan sup- port. Ure recently said that tariff reform meant tne dismemberment of the Empire. He further declared him self yesterday by asking calmly in the public meeting in Wolverhampton if the cause of Lansdowne's unprecedent cd motion in the Lords was that the reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect 'a house worth W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. Ottawa, Canada. publication oi this advertisement will not be paic for. TO room, fully modern, gentlemen preferred. Apply 63S Burdett St., one block south of entral School. 288-0 TO Offices and suites of of- ices in the Sherlock Fireproof Build- ing. free. 87; Heat, elevator Apply R. E. and janitoring Sherlock, Box 283-25 TO rooms, hot and cold water. British Rooming House. New Hill Block. 294-12 lully modern house- on- Erneat St, close to Dufferin. Ap- ply to The C. B. Bowman Agency. 97-O TO in new Conserva- tory building, Ashmead SL For terms address Morgan and Harper, P. O. Box ]313, City. 299-6 TO RENT Front room. Suitable for two gentlemen. St. Furnace. TO one or two young men. two minutes from city square. Apply 809 Redpath opposite Dr. Mewburns. 301-2 TO large modern house, close to Central School. Apply L. S. Ripley, Room 8, Macdonald Block. 99-6 TO room, or can arrange to let suite of two rooms, in Sadowski Block. Apply. J. B. Kelsey, Shepard Block, evenings only, or to the Canadian Real Estate Co., Bryan Block. 303-0 Apply T. Bowtell, 1-2 the Fair Grounds. mile south of 297-6 FOR hay press, large size. Canton press. Enquire J. M. Oldham, Stafford Block. Room 2 or Herald office. F.OR beautiful Newcombe upright piano, of Toronto, in splendid condition. cash and ?25.oO every two months. A, L. Spur- rier, 305 Crabb street. 302-1 FOR marked English foz terrier pups. W. Williams 534 Crabb St 302-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS GOOD OPENING For restaurant In the town of Winnifred. For partic- ulars- apply to" the" Citizen's Lumber Co., City. 300-4 fresh milch wanted. Cox Son. 34 Argyle or .Box 80, Phone 347. let contract to drill well 7 miles from Barons. Bert C- Protzman, gen. del. Or Apply Illinois Alberta Realty Co. 297-O and gents' cast off clotning, shoes, hata, suns and musical instruments, trunks, stoves and val- ises, and second hand furniture. Apply to the Harvard Tailoring Co., Crabb St P. O. Box 2094. 297-12 steady energetic farmers want party to furnish South African scrip for us to prove. up on. Shares or for wages. Box 78, Herald. 23M. LOST AND FOUND ROOM AND and board in strictly modern house, close in. Rate a week in advance or board alone Will also rent rooms without board. 701 Bompas St. 300-6 room, or room and board. Apply to F. R. F. McKit- gold signet ring, initiala monogram, J.S.C.. Finder will to suitably rewarded If he will retain same to Rev. J. S. Chivers at rectory. rick, care Herald. 302-O TO LET Room and board, suitable for two respectable men. Must be sober. Apply Mrs. R. Adam, 1222 Fisher St. 302-6 NOTICE OF REMOVAL Ernest E. Carver, wishes to notify his many clients that after Tuesday, 7th inst, his architectural offices will be in Room 202 in the new Sherlock Building, on Glyn and Redpath Sts. Automatic Telephone No. 1241. 301-6 HIDES, PELTS, FURS I tion of officers. Wanted at 405 Smith St, J. YOUNG NOTICE There will be a meeting of Leth- bridge "Homestead No. 2273 Brother- hood of American Yeomen on Mon-