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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1909. Get Your Ready young man and don't let Kris Kringle beat you. We've palate-ticklers i n Holiday Confectionery j'ist so the post office's stamp "De- cember 20" appears on the envelope. 'i hat candidates in both district the opportunity to work until the last minute. The Gourlay-Angelus Piano .Many hiMuiries have been made in regard to l.he (late we expect the i Goiirlwy-Angolus piano ui reach Leth-j .J. j month ago Messrs. Gour-' i lay. 'filter stated that: 7 (they expected to ship the piano in 7 about two weeks; that 'Jiey were be-. 7 hind in their orders, but would pick j 4 I out a special instrument and include; I a line bench without extra charge, also :i roll of music. The contest de- partment Wishes to assure th" can- didates who have their eyes on the first grand are about a score of the instrument will "the goods" when it gets here. Few, if any. player-pianos equal the Gourlay-Angelus, and none excel. Strat Paper at Later Date Subscriber? mny start the Herald at any future time. To fiet the votes payments must be made before the contest closes. This rule will allow .j. i candidates to secure subscriptions j from people who wish to wait until j 7- the term of a subscription for another j T paper empires, thus avoiding paying; T for two papers at the same time. Only a Dream Last night the contest man dream- ed he saw the 'girl who won one of i the diamond rings. She was holding I ft it up to the light, and its sparkle was j A scarcely brighter than her smile. It j made a pretty picture. Who was the girl? Even in the dream she was O not recognizable, but it was one of the candidates just the same. What: kind of a smile would the winning j Gouriay-Angelus piano or trip to fornia bring to your face? i To answer this question you must j j or the Squamish River, or between the j last two Rivers, to Vancouver, British Columbia; authorizing an issue of ty. i bonds to the extent of a niile of the said lines of railway num- i bered (1) to (5) inclusive and cora- prising the said lines within what are j defined by the said Act as the "Man- S i itoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta Ex- S> j authorizing an issue of bonds SjMto the extent of a mile of i the said line of railway numbered (6) comprising the said line within what is defined by the Act as the "Bri- 'tish Columbia and also Five Months' Trial 25c. 1 Special tulf-imco so every Q Oujadian snail kcow their own women fa national Doubled in a quality iu one 3'ear. 1 23c. la-iiy, Jest writs'' 5 sacolhs' trisL" ,J TORONTO Earn IB Woiic for in your spare time getting als SM! new It's easy work, t-ii renewals SM! new It's easy w Sj fr-iod money, and cumulative results. 'Write for our salarv offer, tJlfl ti! isi j amending paragraph 11 of clause 11 of j the said Act as regards the southern terminus of the line thereby authoriz- ed. Dated at Montreal this 29th day of November, 1909. W. H. BIGGAR. Solicitor for Applicants. MADAM pian 1st, 23 years experience In dramat- ic, vaudevillejiand concert business. All the music supplied. Pupils accepted; MISS 'NORMAN, teacher of dancing, 622 Crabb St. 306-6 ing, Lethbridge, will be 're- ceived at this office until 5.00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 4, 1910, for the work mentioned. Plans, specifications and form of contract can be seen and forms .of tender obtained at this Department and on application to Mr. F. B. Rolf- son, architect, Lethbridge. Alberta. Persons tendering are notified that tenders will not be considered unless made on the printed forms supplied, and signed with their actual signatur- es, with their occupation and places 9! residence. In the case of firms, the ac- tual signature, the nature of the occu- pation and place of residence of each member of the" firm must be given. Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank, payable the Honourable, Public Works., per cent. (lOp.c-.) of the amount o: the tender, which will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract when called upon to do so, or fail to complete the work contracted for. If the tender be not accepted the cheque will be returned. The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. By order, NAPOLEON TESSIER, Secretary. Department of Public W.orks, Ottawa, December 7, 1909. Newspapers will not be paid for this advertisement if they insert it withoul authority from the Department. Second lecture Of Course W. A. R- Kerr, professor of modern languages of the University of Al- berta, delivered an interesting lecture Friday night at entral school on Louis XIV., the famous French king. BAND OR class union music. Music for all occas- ions; For particulars, phone 298. to the order of the Minister of equal to ten HIDES, PELTS, Wanted at FURS 405 Smith J. YOUNG For a first-class iob in who stands out so prominently in the j CLEANING1 AND DYEING history of Europe. This is the first) of a set of four lectures dealing with Louis XIV. and covered a resume of the history of France from the Ro- man occupation of Gaul at the time of Julius Caesar, past the settlement of the Norse in Normandy up to the 100 Year's War when in Joan of Arc's spectaclar episode, the miraculous came nearer to the real than in any other point in history: past the dis- covery and exploration of America, the Protestant Reformation and the struggles between the church and the Hugenots, to the Edict of Nantes and when ten years of peace put France on its feet under Cardinal Richeliue vho was responsible for much of the progress under Louis XIV who found he had no rivals in 'France. Then Fiance became the dominant power on the continent. "France had fixe1 boundaries on :i 1-2 sides and could fluctuate 0.1 the north east co--ifr IT was at its climax geographic t'.ly this time. Its population w is r.vice th-.it of hpuin and three I'-it o1' Lg- Its energies overflowed with r, Champlrun ;md i..i Sal'j .r.to An erica. The king of Sin.m wns fa- with a letter from France. A joi n ALL KINDS OF JAPANESE SILK WAIST PATTERNS Tai Cbons Co Sherlock Block Glyn Street roads, rivers and canals were the only of transportation. Fn K72 us were so bad that ;i dead man i! another who was riding in the ii triid was kill-.-.i by the coffin which fell on him. It took days ;.N ii'-f-t where now it in But roads ail 1 canals wore improved. The flood rivers were dyk- ed. Boats travelled in a canal across France from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic. The French flag was planted in the vigorous colonies in America and India and Paris became the capital of Europe." The speaker sat down amid applause. The chairman, Dr. Galbraith. then briefly expressed the appreci.ition and thanks of the audience to Prof. Kerr for ..this intellectual treat. Many more should take advantage of these interesting, educational lectures. Ladies' or Greats' Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 353 BEST GRADES and LOWEST PRICES South Alberta I Lumber Co. I Limited South of mills WE SELL GOOD COAL SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over IS years old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Ageacy for the district. Entry by .proxy may 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 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 cr by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a alongside his home- stead. Price S3.00 per acre. Duties reside six months in each of six years from date of hemestead en- try (including the time required t-o earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A" homesteader who has exhaust his homestead right and cannot tain a pre-emption may take chased homestead in certain Price per acre. -nat reside six months in ea three years, cultivate fifty acres erect house worth 5300.00. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. Ottawa, Canada. publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. once, one good plumb- er, also one good tinsmith. J. H. Reive, Macleod, Alta. 304-G girls for confection- ery and parlor work. Must live at home with parents, not under 17 years of age. No other need to apply. Ap- ply at Z. Rochon. Round St. 306-3 WAN girl for small fam- ily. Apply to 612 Glyn St. 06-6 coal miners wanted. Apply Royal Collieries, Ltd. 06-6 SITUATIONS ArANTEC SITUATION sober relia- ble boy desires a posiiion'in store, has had experience in hardware and sheet metal, willing to work in any store Address P. 0. Box 1957, city" i-fj two laborers, job work cellar or well digging or employment of any kind. Apply Box A. S. H., Herald 1-1 SITUATION Good Japan- ese cook wants situation. Two Japan- ese boys want work of any kind 4p- ply to Athol Takahara. care E Hev- ten's P. 0. Box 384 Lethbridge. 305-6 POSITION WANTED-Work wanted 7 .day- Box D- X Herald office. 306-6 aid office. 05-6 FOR ranches from 20 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. 303-26 FOR a bargain. A nice new six roomed house on Burdett St. south of London road. Has good cel- lar and furnace, and plumbing all done ready for the water. Price for immediate sale Terms. Ap- ply The Canadian Real Estate" Co., Room 9 Bryan Block, Phone 211. 05-i' FOR 1-4 of 36 TD. 3, Range 17, W. 4th. (Good.) Price 117.50 per acre. Terms. The Alber- ta Securities 303-6 FOR fine residence lots, close in. Also some business lots in the business section of the city. W. H. Johnson, Johnson Block. 297-O FO lots on Bruce 3t, at apiece. T. E. Patteson. 287-0 FOE 32Q acres 3-19. ply Box H., Herald office. Ap- 372-0 FOR SALE OR shop for sale or rent. For particulars apply to H. C. Morrison. Cowley Alta. 293.Q FOn. in North Ward 5 rooms. Close to Ry. track, will sell completely furnished on small payment down acd easy, monthly payments. Apply p. Q. Box 3S7. 299-O-x WANTED-Work as janitor or look- WANTED-By a well educated gentle- man (German) 29 years, a position as He passed the German Hamburg, ,B oughly familiar with counting house duties, able to take charge of books and -correspondence in the English and German language. on- able testimonials can be produced Adress P. 0. Box 1940. 3 TO RENT ROOM TO Suit one or two young men; two minutes from station Apply 109 Redpath opposite Dr Mew burn's. 1-9 FOR RENT-320 acres irrigated land well improved, close to Lethbridge' Enquire- 1208 Redpath St., LethbridgJ _____ __ 1-6 TO Furnished rooms, water and electric light. May be used for light housekeeping. 414 Smith St. f-25 TO One warm furnished room two dollars a. week single or three dol- lars double. 1220 Bompas St. M TO Two fur ished rooms. 817 Crabb St. FOR lots. 75x40 each north of London Road and west of Westminster Road, live minutes' walk from Central school. each on ftn'n terms- lots sell for WOO. Would exchange for teams of horses. Also for sale large heating stove and oak cupboard. Apnly H Froctor- 304-5 FOR leaving bndge, Rev. William Reid wishes to horse, buggy and ha? ness his book- cases etc. Anyone Ashing to buy the above should see Mr. Reid soon. 30G.b- TO for one gentleman Apply 1002 Baroness Road. 303-6 TO EENT-Offices and suites of of- fices m the Sherlock Fireproof Build- ing. Heat, elevator and jaiiitoring free. Apply R, E. Sherlock. Box 283-25 WANTED TO BUY-Any quantity of second hand furniture, stoves, etc We once. gentleman or for cleaning and pressing n Opp. Herald office. 303.5 VvANTED-To let contract to drill well 7 miles from Barons. Bert C deh Or APPly The Illinois Alberta Realty Co. 297-O and gents' cast oft cloiiiir.g, shoes, hats, guns and musical instruments, trunks, stoves and vaj- band furaiture. Apply Co, 230 Crabb St. P. Q. Box 2094. 297-12 WANTSD-Farm Land. Want one- half section or more black loam best clay subsoil, guaranteed under fa- vorable season and best cultivated conditions to yield 40 bu. wheat. With- 5 miles of elevator. Must be level Wild or cultivated. State spot cash price. Ernest Perry.. Gen. Calgary, Alta. ru furnished room in strictly'modern house, close in Apply to middle brick house 422 Coutts St. .1-6 TO tuny modern house on Ernest St., close to Dufferin. Ap- ply to The C. B. Bowman Agency. 97-0 The Famous Cadillac AUTOMOBILES T. S. McKenzie, Dist. Agent Phone 274 P.O. Bos 547 Getyour Orders in Early. SUN So Does Palace Shining Parlor Ladies' and Gents' Shoes Shincd. The only exclusive shoe shining parlor In the city. If you can't come send your shoes. Satisfaction guaran- teed. trial OLIVER BLOCK ROUND STREET Nominate a Candidate for the Herald Contest NOMINATION BLANK GOOD FOR 1000 VOTES I nominate Address M a candidate in THfi LETHBRIDGKE HERALD Prize Voting Contest. Signed Cut out this blank, send it to The HeraW with your aame, or the name and address of your favorite sandrtate. The ol people .making nominations -will not be divulged- if so requested. TO room, or can arrange to let suite of two rooms, in Sadowski Block., jfppiy j. B. Kelsev, Shepard Block, evenings only or to the Canadian Real Estate Co.. Brvan Block. TO and board, suitable for two respectable men. Must be sober. Apply Mrs. R. Adam Eisner St. g TO room, bath and fur- nace, close in. Gentlemen preferred Apply, 812 'Courtland street. 304-6 TO large furnished front room suitable for two gentlemen Hot air heated. Apply 1248 Bompas St. cast of barracks. 304-6 100MS TO or single, m U3w modern house where there are no children. Apply at Mrs. S. Helwig, Earnest St. 304.5 V, Accounts for collections We are getting the money for others Why not for you. Lethbridge Special- tJ Co., Box 2053, Pnone 439. Room 1 Shepard Block. Boarders, in a modern nouse with all conveniences. St. Iocket on Westminster Initials A. F. C. L. Finder b-v returning same to this office. 1-9 Currie's pasture 7 miles east of .Lethbridge, about Oct l one iron grey filly and one dark bav gelding, each coining two years old and branded K2 on left thigh. Ten dollars _reward for delivery to Bur- n ruraans Livery Stable, Leth- e- 305-5 lady's small brown purse containing in the Hudson's Bav store about 8 p.m. Saturday 4th Dec. 1909. Leave 1002 Baroness Road 03-6 TO roomed house with stable on Road, near Westminster school. Rental: per month. Apply L. S: Ripley. Office Macdbnald Block. 304-0 FOR hotel barber shop, with one year's cash', best stand in Alberta. Good business. Good reasons for selling. Roy Hag- gins, Box 3, Caraiangay, Alberta. 04-6 TO to rent 20 feet by 30 feet behind Hill Block. Apply E. J. Hill Co. 306-6 FOR rooms for light housekeeping next to Windsor Hotel. Also stable. Apply C. P. Kronlng. 306-6 FOR organ. cash and a month for four months will buy this beautiful instrument. Ap- ply to A. L, Spurrier, 305 Crabb St. gold watch and fob size 6. hunting case. Finder please call at 529 Bartlett street for reward Mrs. G. Schimnour. filled Waltham watch monogram. Call at Herald Office.: 304-6 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-O MONEY TO LOAN-Why 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 te 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 Land Go., Ott Block. 262-0 ;