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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Acadia Block Christmas shopping is under Way Fo-esK-uted are doing their Christmas shopping now -befo'-e the rush begins and when the best selections are to bo had You will greatly benefit by following their example. Make but vour list today-bring it here tomorrow-and later you'll be thankful that you acted on this suggestion. The store has become a veritable wonderland of beautiful gift things for folk of all ages. We are ready to solve each of your gift problems with rare satisfaction and economy-every department bear- ing evidence of our thorough preparation to make this the best place for you to do your holiday shop- ping. To the few acceptable as Gifts :iated and the matter of choosing is a medium figures: 5Q KIMONAS.........................51-25 to TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1 MOVING PICTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE. A. OVERTURE: By the Eureka orchestra. B. THE TENDERFOOT: An exciting drama of early days in the West. C. THE TYRANT'S DREAM: Extremely funny. D. CHAS. HOWISON: The Comedian. E. CONVICT'S REVENGE F. BEHIND IN THE RENT G. THE OLIVER ROMFREY MUSICAL TRIO: In their big musical act. Daily Herald Market Place juu hive anything to sell or to rent place it this column. H you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI as Janitor or look- ing after furnaces. Apply J. C. Chen- ery, Box 1924, City P.O. 303-6 taken in done at private homes. Good work at reasooable rates. Mrs. Botham. Torranct: Ave., beside railway track 222-Oi General servant, must be good cook, family of two. U. Burns, Box 588 Craubrook, FOR ranches from L'O acres and upwards, within ten miles of New Westminster, B. C.. at low prices. Write to Cook Ross, Front St., New Westminster, B. C., for particulars. "c The only steam heated theatre in the city Your Pleasure and Comfort Our Aim STAFF ROY WILSON, a- H- STRANG' Electrician. Musical V. CASEY. Stage Manager FOR Duff Addition, close girl. Apply H. J. Cun- }n> new wen finished four roomed cot- l.'.M-d ctrppt. 303-u tafm fiirnnoa SI SO ft. nirig'ham, 22-' Ford street. boy at cigar factory. Apply 221 Ford street. 30.3-2 once, good stenograph- er" and typewriter. Apply P. 0. Box .vfi 301-0 tage, furnace. Price 5300 will handle. Apply Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Bryan Block. Dufferin St. 298-6 Hand Made and Dantiest Christmas Hand- Wonderfully cheap for such excellent qual five o'clock covers, tidy and dresser values in neat embroidered NEW STOCKS THE SALE OF FURS CONTINUES EVERYTHING REDUCED! REMARKABLE SAVING THROUGHOUT ON ENTIRE STOCK JUST WHEN YOU ARE SUPPLYING XMAS NEEDS OF UNDERWEAR CORSETS, GLOVES AND HOSIERY quick and easy choosing. Complete linens. MORRIS, Proprietor and Manager Notice To Electors See L. P. Smith at the Lethbridge Jewelry Co., about expert eye test- ing. North Lethbridge Polling Onlv those who have made written application to the undersigned on or before the 9th day ot December, 1S09. can have their names transfer- red to the North Lethbridge Polling sub-division. general servant wages per month. No washing. Box C. S., Herald. 301-.O i once, good dining room maid to Help upstairs. Good Home in first class hotel. D. Need- ham. Apply Hotel Myrtle. Bow Is- land. FOR acres of the south alf of Section 13, Tp. 7, Range 21, W. th. Price per acre. erms. The Alberta Securities (Lim- ed.) 303-6 3Q3_2 Returning Officer. UNITED STATES ANXIOUS Want Great Britain to Rescind Order on Red Cross Stamps bearing Red Cross stamps, the Unit- ed States state department cabled to Ambassador Reid at London. The message stated that so many packas- stamps NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that an ap- plication will he made to the Legis- lative Assembly of the Province of Alberta at the next Session thereof to incorporate the applicants as a company under the name "Diamond Coal Railway Company, Limited, with such powers as will enable the company to acquire and turn to ac- count mines, minerals, mineral sub- stances, land, water, water-powers, privileges or licenses: to construct maintain, use and employ all kinds or Washington Dec an effort (buildings, erections, works, plant or to t' Britain to rescind its M.S- order forbidding the entry of mail Qther purposes; to construct, acauire.- own and operate all conven-, iences for transportation; to construct, acquire, own and operate railways, tramways or roads of any kind, and in particular to construct and operate bearing the stamps railwav from a point on the Canad- alreadv have been sent it would cause j lan Pacific Railway or one of its ntaMe inconvenience tney t amalgamate with, or to acquire the girl for general housework. Apply.Mrs. W. R. Brown. 23 Argyle Ave. -uu'u general servant. Apply Mrs. W. B. Burnett, 622 Courtland St Cor.' of Glyn and Courtland Sts. 303-b to assist with house- woVk. Apply at the-Herald. 299-0 TO RENT TO for one gentleman Apply 1002 Baroness Road. 303- were not 'delivered. "Under night. Two to- LEADING CANDIDATES IN DISTRICTS 1 AND 2 ONLY 130 VOTES APART The strife for the leadership in the contest today was very exciting. Dis- trict No. 1 .retains the lead, although a .new candidate occupies the place of POST OFFICE HERE Minister of Public Works Promises to Consider Claims Carefully When the new post offices were under consideration in the House of Commons on Friday last, C. A. Ma- grath Medicine Hat, attacked the min ister of nublic works for what he de- scribed as a lack of policy. He crit- icized him for placing public bull dm TO roomed hause on Cros street. North Ward, 1-2 block eas of Westminster school and 1-2 wes of Kindergarten. Apply Hutton tailor shop; Round street. iOo- FOR Dec 13, a steam heated modern 7-roomed housekeep- ing flat in the Victoria Mansions, Redpath street. For particulars ap- ply, to Fred. W. Downer, city. oOo-3 ANADIAN ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS Low Round Trip Ratei to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, in- j property, rights, privileges and im- munities of any other company and with such other powers as may be granted. Dated at Lethbridge, Province of Alberta, this Second day of Novem- ber, 1909. T ._, JOHNSTONE RITCHIE, Solicitors for Applicant 303-4 "OR 1-4 of 36 Tp. 3, lange 17, W. 4th. (Good.) Price 17.50 per acre. Terms. The "Alber- a Securities 303-6 'OR fine residence ots, close in. Also some business ots in the business section of the ity. W. H. Johnson. Johnson Block. 297-O FO lots on Bruce 8t, at apiece. T. E. Pattern. 287-0 FOR 8-.19. Ap- ply Box H., Herald office. 272-0 FOR SALE OR shop for sale or rent. For particulars apply to H. C. Morrison, Cowley. Alta. 293-0 FOR roomed bouse 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 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 FOR large furnished room with all conveniences. Also room and board for one or two gent- lemen. Apply 425 Bartlett St. 301-6 TO rooms, fully Gentlemen preferred. Apply 508 Bompas St. First house west.of new opera house.. -301-5 elusive, good to return within three j MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALfc FOR organ. ?10.00 cash and a month, for four months will buy this beautiful instrument. Ap- ply to A. L. Spurrier, 305 Crabb St. TO warehouse 20 x 36 feet, situate on Round St., cen- tral: Apply Howard Case Co., Duff Adition or P. O. Box 104. 300-6 :TO> room, fully modern, gentlemen preferred. Apply 633 Burdett St., one block south of Central School. building suitable for store, good location, close to the mine. Applv Box 460, Lethbridge. 302-6 FOR bowling alleys, oom- plete, as good as new one American billiard table, ?185.00; one lectric banjo, ?300.00. Apply: E. W. Hume, Box 84, Calgary, Alta. in connection Atlantic j a 'icized Mm for placing puuiu; J ICM-I, is-ucu -oi-J" There are some who seem to be of in anu villages without a re 3le8mship Business will be on wie mere are allest for such from the departments I five the opinion that it is hardly worth .or insfcancea post offices while to exert themselves for candi- d said that if the minister would for BOSt 01- dates who are at present near the nj, or any male over 18 years v o um, homestead a quarter-section ship Business will be on saie Q{ Dominion land in Mani- trom Nov. 21 and limited to five j tobaj Saskatchewan or Alberta. The months from date of issue. and suites of _of- Anv person who i-, the sole head of fices in the Sherlock Fireproof Build- 1 Heat, elevator and janitoring free. Apply K- E. Sherlock. Box 87. )0tt-om of the list, an erroneous idea. honor. The. Cranbrook contestant missed the first place by the smallest j kind of a margin. The candidate! [rom Macleod moves into second place in his district while the Taber representative, the very latest con- testant to enter the race, secures sixth place. The outside district is rapidly coming into its own. One of the latest entrants in Dis- trict No. 1 makes a gain oJ and moves from ninth to sixth place, j ig neccssacy to change All in all, the race is very even, a-ndjo{ thc situation js to thc least movement on the part ofjeood worii; u-hile the any candidate would cause a general the estimates for post of- that tnese nad been en- This is entirely dorsed Dy the post office department. There is no can he -would have no criticism inane, show in many cases Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at Standard First I .Dominion LanchAgency or vet who has a lead that can gilding for the vll-. not be overcome. The contest has Qf Que.. with a pop- learly five weeks to run, and, al- ulation were the requests of although some the contestants members of constituencies or boards seem to have a lead, it is not one of trade. hummatlng to be_ that should in any way dishearten compelled to claims of the friends of those who are not so which was in need of a fortunate No one is in any way dis- post office, and a request for one had Uanccd. There is plenty oi tune, a been j great field for operations, and all Dininsr Gaxs oa all Through Trains. conditions by father, mo- Compartment Library Observation ,_ ,berj son> daughter, brother or sister .__ 'on "Imperial Limited" and "At- lantic express." 3 Through Express Trains Daily E "TORONTO EXPRESS" disregarded. the face Before his election, he said, politi- pur in some cal snjpes had gone throughout the shakeup. This 20-or-more-dcgrees-be- j low zero weather has no effect upon j Extra Vote constituency fact, it seems that necessary to keep the contest from j getting too warm so early in thej force. 1IU yuau our efforts to those Hon Wm_ pugsley said that Letn- the Herald. There bridge had only recently taken on its tends OOUW W be induced to subscribe, oec i-oii can do with these friends' assistance, and leaves Winnipeg daily at 22 40, j ing connections at Toronco for all points East and West thereof. The "Imperial Limited" leaves Win- and cultivation of the land in each of three vears. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 acres i solely owned and occupied by him or his father, mother, son. daughter, a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. Duties The "Imoeria L mited" leaves M.eau. me imperial reside six months m each of nipeg daily at 18.1o, and the hemestead en- Express" at 3.00 daily making con- nections ;at Montreal for all points East tihereof Apply to the Nearest C...P. R. Agent for full information The Famous watch y0ur score Two to- climb. Many inquiries are made in Prizcs oa Exhibit to the club offer, and the contest man is always ready and willing to an- yQU get swcr thc most trivial appearing ques- stoje ia t clear- the candidate having the highest vote night. TORTURED BY PILES Could Not Rest! Could Not Could Not Piayl Work! How Zam-Buk Brought Relief S grand prize. There is another aia ggt eage whether jy. Almond of. the same size and tmeness in sitting Or standing. The -i- t t CT'Tl'l STt- FOUR LOTS HIGH AND LEVEL IN ALEXANDER ADDITION e same s flown> sitting or san. Mr. Wright is a connois- ailment robbed me of strength, of ap- ONLY EACH i the1 safe. on diamonds and his I i hacks every piece of jewelry ihravcs the store. And the "peach II of a solid sold watch, which is the district second one could S i wish for anything nearer or more ar- tistic. The candidate who "ets this S j watch will indeed be very lucky. aainac I AUTOMOBILES T. S. McKenzie, Dist. Agent i Phone 274 P.O. Box 547 I (JretyouT Orders in Early. HIDES, PELTS, FURS Wanted at 405 Smith St., J. YOUNG y -CCL1 O il.Ui.JO. VAtA.fc'v- try (including the time 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- j chased homestead in certain districts. Price 43.00 per acre. reside six months in aach of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect I a house worth W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. Ottawa, Canada. publication of ent tliis advertisement will not be paid P.O. Box for. TO rooms, hot and cold water. British Rooming House. New Hill Block. 294-12 TO fully modern house on close'to Dufferin. Ap- ply to The C. B. .Bowman Agency. 07-O TO in new Conserva tory building, Ashmead St. For terms address Morgan and Harper, P. O Box 3313. City. TO room. Suitable for two gentlemen. Furnace. 715 Crabl St. TO large modern house, close to Central School. Apply L. S. Riplcy Room S, Macdonald Block. 99-6 'OR Typewriter, 7, first class condition, Ad- dress Box 4, Herald Office. FOR marked English fox terrier pups. W. Williams 534 St MISCELLANEOUS WANTS once. gentleman or lady for cleaning and pressing ladies' work, steady place. City Dye Works, Opp. Herald- office. 303-6 GOOD restaurant in the town of Winnifred. For partic- ulars apply to the Citizen's Lumber Co., City. 300-4 fresh milch cows wanted. Cox Son, 34 Argyle Ave- or Box SO, Phone 347. 298-6 Vv let contract to drill well 7 miles from Barons. Bert C. Protzman, gen. del. Or Apply The Illinois Alberta Realty Co. 297-O 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. ROOM AND and 3oard in strictly modern house, close m Rate IS a week in advance or board alone ?6. Will also rent rooms without board. 701 Bompas St. oOO-b that I came to think there was no for me. but one day I found out I was wrong' "I was told that Zam-Buk cured For a first-class -job in CLEANING AKB DYEING Ladies' or Gents' Clothes call at The suit cases on exhibition at the not so "slow." And this is noxt to the smallest prize offered. Thc Turpin Furniture Company scores of which I had proved useless for so bad a case as mine was. I got a supply of Zam-Buk. and began to use It regularly. "Without going into unnecessary THE CITY Phone 353 DYE WORKS f Telephone 189 EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE WAG- ON FOR HIRE Quick Service I i SB I room, or room and board. Apply to F. R. F. McKit- rick, care Herald. and gents' cast off clotuir.g, shoes, hats, guns 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. 29S-C. LOST AND FOUND TO and board, suitable for two respectable men. Must be sober. Apply Mrs. R. Adam, Fisher St. i NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that I have bought Quong Fong's' restaurant on Ford street. It is important that all outstanding accounts Quong Fong be in by lady's small brown purse containing in the Hudson's Bay store about S p.m. Saturday; 4th Dec. 1909. Leave -1002 "Baroness Road. 03-6 entirely, and I trust my experience will be the means of leading other i I ;v trade c Turpm runner the means of leading other been so rushed with thc winter j gufi.erers to try this great herbal e that they have hot found time _ Nominate a Candidate for the Herald Contest R. Dobbin to thc Morris chairs and ladies- desks on exhibition. But there should he no apprehension on that it score. When thc Turpin Furniture S} Company sells an article, their guar- antee ROCS with it, which insures these to he fully worth the prizes quoted. AND 2 BLOCK I I If you arc suffering from bilious- ness, constipation, indigestion chron- ic headache, invest one cent in a postal card, scr.d to Charaberla r. Medicine Co.. DCS Moines, Iowa, with your name and address plainly on the back, and they will forward you a froc sample of Chamberlain's ScO- mach and Liver Tablets. Sold by all lllli. fKf Nothing need be added to inis'puuii. powerful testimony save one question you suffer like Mr. Glacier did, why "not get relief from the same source as he did? he truly -something different" to the ordinary' ointments and salves. It Is a power- ful combination of healing and sooth- ing herbal essences. No mineral, astringents or poisons; no impure! animal fats. It is a proved cure for inflamed areas (as in piles) erysipelas, ulcers, sores, abscesses, cold cracks, chapped cracks, burns, cuts, scalp sores, and all skin Injuries and dis- eases. It is most suitable balm for children's rashes. All druggists and stores at 50c box or post-free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price. NOMINATION BLANK GOOD FOR 1000 VOTES ONLY ONE BLANK ACCEPTED FOR ANY ONE CANDIDTTE I nominate Address...................................................... as a candidate in THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Prize Voting Contest. Signed people making nominations 298-6 BUSINESS CHANCES TO apartments in a down town block, clearing over all oynenses 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. 0. Box 387. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO and in- surance on farm and city property, The Southern Alberta Loan and In- vestment Co., Bryan Block Ground Floor. 298-0 gold, watch and fob. size 6, hunting case. Finder please call at 529 Bartlett street for reward. Mrs. G. Schimnour. 303-b Whipple (well borer) had the misfortune to lose his pockei book on Nov. 1st, w.hilst travelling between Sundial and the government well the corner of township 11 range 20. Will the finder pleaee tify Mr. Whipple at Sweet Valley P. LOST_A small box of jewelry, con- taining one small diamond a small garnet nng, a brooch amythest set in a cluster a string of solid gold beads with a small heart, with monogram in- scribed, attached. Finder. kindly re- turn to Herald and receive reward. i LOST_A pair of spectacles. Finder kindly leave at R. A. Wright's store and receive reward. MONEY TO pay rent when we can let you have money enough to build your own house ai 6 per cent. We loan money on all kinds of city property, on terms .thai cannot be made by others, because we get the money, from -where it w cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne- gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be and see us when you want money Phone 394. Empire Laud Co., Ott Block. 252-0 yearling calves., one white steer and 1 red heifer, one red and white heifer branded inverted v over JF on right hip. Send mforma- tion to Box 568. Lethbridge. 302-6 NOTICE OF REMOVAL Ernest E- Carver, wishes to notify his many clients that after Tuesday 7th inst., his architectural offices wi.l be in Room 202 in the new Sherlock IBuildin" on Glyn and Redpath Sts. Automatic Telephone No. 1241. SOW? ;