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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR HOW CONTEST IS GOIN ON HERALD, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1909. "H T or Get Your Ready youn uu hive eayttuux to or to rent place it to nd 1-2 of or 1-2 of 25 and 24 in Block on the corner of Uuruett and Dufft'dn Sta., in the city of Leth- bridge. Apply T. 0. Johnson, Whit- hish, Mont. 1-0 KOlt ucree of choice land in Township 4 Range 13. All can be steam plowed. Will sell on crop pay- ments with cash payment down. Price per acre. Apply Box M.N., Her- ald office. work by experienc- ed janitor. Apply Janitor Whitney Block Room 1, or Phone 411. 1-C girl for light house work. Apply to Mrs. J. Ashcroft, 504 Bompas St. 305-6 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 girl for up- stairs work. Apply Balmoral hotel. 30-5-O 'girl or wo- man .experienced, for boarding house. Must sleep at home. 701 Bornpas St. 305-6 j contract can be seen and forms ol" 0 Lieut. Robert Warburton. gave ample i tender obtained at this Department evidence of his ability to take a lead- I d on applicafcion to Mr. p. B. Rolf- ing part in a production of this kind I architect> Lethbridge, Alberta, to the best advantage and Miss Leah j Persons tendering are notified that Stoddard is a 'delightful and charm- j tenders will not be considered unless actress. As. Miss Betty Annes- j made on the printed forms supplied, she won the admiration of the i and signed with Q f es, with their occupation and places of A audience with her distinctly refined jresideilCe. in the case of firms, the ac- i A characteristic feature of the p2 show was the specialties provided be- tween the acts. J. E. Quinn, with a pleasing baritone, was encored sev- eral times in his illustrated song O 3 -ctions, and the Archer Garlow team pation and place of residence of each member of the firm must be given. Each tender must be accompanied offer of the contest. Candidates who ..that is in it. hope to win a prize should secure inore than one club before December 20. The candidate who is working for a suit case or umbrella now will raw a blank from the judges on the of comedy instrumentalists took the Louse by storm. Tonight "Charley's Aunt" will be presented; one of the great comedies of the age. The Stoddart j layers have all the appearances of jbeine able to produce this laughing of the best j arce with all the original humor accepted cheque on a chartered bank, payable to the order of the Honourable, "the Minister of Public Works, equal to ten per cent. (lOp.c.) of the amount of the tender, which will be 'forfeited if j 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 Works, Ottawa, December 1, 1909. Newspapers will not be paid for this advertisement if they insert it without authority from the Department AN UPROAR AT THE EUREKA The real thing in the line anx-ared at the Eureka lasi night a vaudeville study in black and called Dale and Carreg looked at the expect They sing, they ast night for the reason that they house_ aimed too low on the prize tree. crack jokes, they cl _ _ _ Go after the big prizes, and if you j things in different ways, but all are Kandy CHAPS, COLD AND ROUGH RED SKi.M 1 Zam-Buk will give you re- lief. It works while you sleep. Ap- ply it to ths sore places just before retiring c.n.1 by morning it will have done its healing work. Cold cracks are highly dangerous as well as painful. The air is full of germs, and cold cracks simply invite them to invade the system. Once having gained a lodgment they may then produce inflammation, gather- ings, or even blood poisoning. Be- sides there is all the pain. Zam-Buk is highly antiseptic. Kills the dis- ease germs, stops the pain, and heels. Fifty cents per box. all stores and Druggists, or post-free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, upon receipt of price. Nothing "just as good." although imi- tation is the sincerest form of flat- tery. fail, there are taken short to console you. many smaller prizes andthe audience just caught Get several "clubs" time subscriptions for three or six :A club to the Daily Herald from one months may secure credit for a full subscriber, five years, if new, gives a. year's vote by getting the subscriber of votes. to increase the length of his subscrip- j tion to one year. The contestant will be given credit for the diGcrence between the number of votes issued the spirit of the occasion and laughed and applauded until there was a real uproar. SeveraT encores apparently did not satisfy the crowd, and this comical team left the stage as the curtain went down, under protest by loader applause than ever. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS person who is the 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 the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry by proxy may be made at any agency oti certain conditions by father, mo- ther, son, daughter, brother or sister Harris and Beauregarde, in a rural of intending homesteader. T-, TC- THE BATTLE IS ON on the short time subscription and the full number of votes scheduled for a year. When a contestant can increase the time of a subscription from one year A to two or more years, the same ruin will apply. For example, if you have'iianded in !A the daily, earlier in the contest and A received votes for it, by getting: the subscriber to add another six months, thereby making a full year. you will get votes for t-he sec- ond six months, making votes for the full year, the same as though A brought in at one time. i A HAVE YOU GOT A CLUB ll you you are losing, the WANTED people to know that wo sell the hest quality of GROCERIES fusli or Credit Yes, and it is on good and strong. Since the voting be- gan in the Herald's great prize contest, no con- tcstant has been able to hold the lead more than, a single day. It is drawing on re- serves pretty strongly to part with or to head the procession, but ap- parently many of the candi- dates are willing to "deliver" the precious pink voting certi- ficates'.to show their friends that they are a factor in this contest. Saturday District No. 2 carried the banner, but today the city forges ahead. Mr. Subscriber, are you doing your part? If not, join the procession and help the one you wish to be declared a win- U> on January 10, 1910. i comedy sketch, "The Jountxy I are typical New England Yankees and j their sketch is out of the ordinary and very funny, w'th -some clever acting jby both parties. The stage settings are z. feature, representing a country i store, postofnce etc. In the pictures this week are some 1 good films, one being an interesting j and somewhat thrilling drama "A Bur- glar's another "Stolen Jew- els" while a comic is put on in "In- fernal Machine." Don't fail to see the display of con- fectionery at the Hudson's Bay Stores. -f I- The WES If you are suffering from bilious- iness. constipation, indigestion, chron- ic headache, invest one cent in a postal card, send to Chamberlain i Medicine Co., Moines, Iowa, with iyour name and address plainly on tho back, and they will forward you a sample of Chamberlain's Sto- i mach a.nd Liver Sold by all I Druggists. l-'otxl street, opposit Prompt dvlivory in all Hall the ci SHORT NOTICE AUCTION SALE OF Household Furniture, etc. At 113 Glyn St., Next Door to W. L. Wilson's Auction Rooms On THURSDAY, DEC. 16th, 1909 at 2 p.m. I will sell the following goods by public auction, beds t> springs t> mattresses 1 dresser and stand i sideboard 1 ex. table 1 sewing1 machine 1 guitar T child's iron crib 2 tea sets 1-clock 1 4-hole kitchen stove. 1 4-hole range, higlj closet1.-'' 2 organ stools 2 oak rockers 1 rattan rocker. Kitchen chairs 1 lady's coon coat And various other articles too num- erous to mention. South Alberta 1 Lumber Co. i 1 i .1 i R i LADiES' WAISTS Any Style SILK AND NET PIANO COVERS AND JAPANESE BILK ROBES KINDS OF JAPANESE SILK WAIST PATTERNS W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer Phone 189 A complete holiday stock at the Hudson's Bay Co.'t confection- ery department. Limited South of mills PHONE 225 WE SELL GOOD GOAL 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 SO _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 his home- stead. Price S3.00 per acre. Duties reside six months in each of six years from date of hernestead en- try (including the time required to 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 homest-ead in certain Price per acre. Dv reside six months in ea. three years, cultivate fifty acres --.Ad erect a house worth 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. EL Reive, Macleod, Alta. 304-6 WAN girl for small fam- ily. Apply to 612 Glyn St. 06-6 coal miners wanted. Apply Royal Collieries, Ltd. 06-6 SITUATIONS CANTED SITUATION sober reli- able young man desires a position in store, has had experience in hard- ware and sheet metal; willing to work in any store. Address P. O. Box, 1957, city. 2-6 W SALE OR hop for sale or rent. For particulars apply to H. C. Morrison, Cowley. Alta. 293-O in store or other business by experienced man. Good accountant, bookkeeper. Could invest in sound business. Address -W. S., c-o Rev. Win. Reid, Lethbridgo. 2-2 kind of housework wanted by a respectable woman. Ap- ply Mrs. F., Herald office. 2-1 SITUATION cook, by middle aged lady of much" experience. Apply Phone 6. 2-6 ROOM AND strictly mod- :rn house, also table board. Good ser- ice, home cooking. Mrs. M. Sale, 01 Bompas St. 2-6 SITUATION sober relia- ble boy desires a position in store, has had experience in hardware and sheet metal, willing to work in any store. Address P. 0. Box'1957, city. 1-6 SITUATION Japan- ese cool; wants situation. Two Japan- ese boys want work of any kind. Ap- ply to Athol Takahara, care E. Hey- ten's P. 0. Box 3S4 Lethbridge. 305-6 POSITION wanted by the day. Box B. J'. Herald office. 306-6 a well educated gentle- man (German) 29 years, a position as He passed the German Business College, Hamburg, is thor- oughly familiar with counting house duties, able to take charge of books and correspondence in the English and German language. Unexception- able testimonials can be produced. Adi-ess P. 0. Box 1940. 307-3 405 Smith St, J. YOUNG TO RENT TO fully modern house on Ernest St. close to Dufferin. Ap- ply to The C. B. Bowman .Agency. 07-O TO shack on St. Duff additions good size, at S12.00 month. Apply F. L. Whitney Co., Box 377. city TO Rooms in mo- dern house heated with furnace. Ap- ply 55 Argyle Avenue. 2-6 TO suitable for four horses, carriage-house attached and store room for hay and feed. Apply 1007 Redpath street. 2-6 ROOM TO one or two voung men: two minutes from station. Apply 809 Redpath opposite Dr. Mew- burn's. i-: FOR acres irrigated land, well- improved, close to Lethbridge. Enquire 1208 Redpath St, Lethbridge. 1-6 TO rooms, water and electric light May be used for light housekeeping. 414 Smith St. 1-25 For a first-class iob in TO fur ished rooms. 817 Crabb St. 1-5 CLEANING AND DYEING TO and suites of of- fices in the Sherlock Fireproof Build- ing. Heat, elevator and janitoring free. Apply R. E. Sherlock. Box 87. 283-25 Ladies' or Gents' Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 353 The Famous Cadillac JTO furnished room in I strictly modern house, close in. Applj to middle brick house 422 St 1-6 T. S. McKenzie, Dist. Agent Phone 274 P.O. Box 547 {jretyour Orders in Early. 'What would be more welcome than an N' Edison Phonograph "We li.-xve a large assortment of machines and records. Call and sec them. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Company Phone No. 32. 412 Bound St, 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 TO room, bath and fur nace. close in. Gentlemen preferred Apply S12 Courtland street. 304-6 TO large furnished fron room suitable for two gentlemen. Ho air heated. Apply 1248 Bompas St east of barracks. .304-6 T0; roomed house with stable orv Westminster Road, iiiear Westminster school. Rental fper month. Apply L. S. Ripley. Offic S. Macdonald Block. 304-( FOR hotel barbe shop, with one year's lease, cash best stand in Alberta. Good business Good reasons for selling, Roy Hag gins, Box 3, Caraiangay, Alberta. 04-6 TO to rent 2 feet by 30 feet behind Hill Block Apply E. J. Hill Co. 306-6 'OR a bargain. A nice ew house on Burdett St. outh of London fdad, Has good ar and furnace, and plumbing all one ready'for the water. Price for minediate sale Terms. Ap- ly The Canadian Real Estate O.. loom 9 Bryan Block, Phone 211. 'OR flfle' residence ots, close in. Also some1 business ots in the business eectiori of the ity. W. H. Johnson. Johnson Block. 297-O '0 lots on Bruce St. at piece. T. E. Patteson. 287-0 :OJR Acres S-J9. :Ap- ly Box H., Herald office. 273-0 In North Ward. rooms. Close to Ry. track. Will ell completely furnished on smalJ tayment down and easy monthly payments. Apply P. 0. Box 387. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED TO quantity of second hand furniture, stoves, etc..We will buy everything in your house and )ay cash. Call at Wilson's Auction Rooms, or Phone 189. 1-6 Vv let contract to drill well 7 miles from Barons. Bert C. Protzman, gen. del. Or Apply The llinc-s Alberta Realty Co. 297-O Land. Want one- half section or more black loam best clay subsoil, guaranteed under fa- orable season and best cultivated conditions to yield 40 bu. wheat. With- n 5 miles of elevator. Must be level. Wild or cultivated. State spot cash price. Ernest Perry, Gen. Delivery, lalgary, Alta. 304-6 for collections. We are getting the money for others. Why not for you. Lethbridge Special- ty Co.. Box 2053, Pnone 439. Room 1 Shepard Block. in a modern house with all conveniences. Apply 425 Bartlett St. .307-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR organ. cash and ?10.00 a month for four months will buy this beautiful instrument Ap- ply to A. L. Spurrier, 3C5 Crabb St. LOST AND FOUND Sunday morning between station and Crabb St, brooch with small chain and nugget attached; re- ward if returned to 646 Crabb St. or Phone 310. 2-j. coin brooch, between E. H. Wilson's residence, Redpath-. St. and Geo. Kerr Co. store, gold coin brooch, initial I. D, monogram, date Oct. 9, 1901. 2-0 brown overcoat on the Macleod trail between Lethbridge and western end of the Level Bridge. Finder kindly address P. O. Box 2034, reward. 2-1 Duke street and Tor- ranee avenue, one washing machine, 1 chair anc i ti'.; -weight for horse. Binder please notify Wilson, the auc- tioneer. Phone 189. 2-0 locket on Westminster Road. Initials A. F. C. L. Finder will be rewarded by returning same to this office. 1-2 Currie's pasture, 7 miles east of Lethbridge, about Oct. 1 one iron grey filly and one dark bay gelding, each coming two years old and branded K2 on left thigh. Ten dollars reward for delivery to Bnr- nell Furman's Livery Stable, Leth- bridge. 305-5 filled Waltham watch. 17 jewels, 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. 29S-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 o'ticity property, on-terms'that cannot be made! by others, because we get the money from where it is cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne- .gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be sure and see us when you want money. Phone 394. Empire Land Co., Ott Block. 252-O MADAM plan ist, 23 years experience in dramat- ic, vaudeville and concert business. All the latest dance music supplied. Pupils accepted. MISS NORMAN, teacher of dancing, 622 Crabb St. 306-6 FOR rooms for Ugh housekeeping next to Windsor Hotel BAND OR cla.RR Also stable. Apply C. P. Kroning. union music. Music for all occae- 306-6 ions. For particulars, phone 298. ;