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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Si uaiiy I THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1909. .Established Dec fnbiislied by the -1 -Priiiti-ag Co.. -ve-ciug at Aift W. A. Managing 1AR.KE CO. LADIES' STORE Q Jc, PHONE 453 ACADIA BLOCK FOR: CASH Daily, .0 Si THOUSANDS OF GIFTS, USEFUL AND APPROPRIATE ARE READY FOR YOU TO CHOOSE FROM The conscientious seeker after appropriate Christmas gifts sometimes experiences difficulty in se- curing "just the right thing" to give each person on their Xmas list. onMro If you will accept our aid, we are sure that all your Christmas problems will be solved to jour entire dispatch and economy. have prepared a list, below, which will help con- tains gift-articles of appropriate and useful character ion people c-f all ages and both sexes. Especial Attention is Invited to Our Display of Newest Designs in Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, Belts, Leather Goods, Fancy Linens, etc. In this limited space it is possible to mention only a few of the thousands of attractive new holiday goods. These may prove most acceptable suggestions that will go furthest. _ Early Choice Is Best BAILIFF'S SALE I will sell on Thursday, Deo. 23, at 1 p.m. on the premises of Wellington Percival, Sec. 17, Tp. 8, Range 20 (old Silver farm) complete outfit for extension farming, including over twenty head, of horses and all necessary machinery. For details, see posters. T. J. SIMONS BAILIFF THE HOLIDAY HANDKERCHIEFS ARE EXCEPTIONALLY FINE Of course these appear many times on your no other one article has wider popularity as gifts. Wonderful showings of Swiss and Lin- en embroidered goods; also late novelties in gen- uine hand embroidered lines. Special showing at I5c, Linen embroidered NEW COLLARS AND BELTS JUST EXPRESS 3Y 2Cc and 25c. Hand embroidered goods, very dainty 20c to 50c. goods, 45c to SI .25. Finest Swiss Goods 45c to Si .00. All the newest ideas are shown in these im- portant accessories to women's dress. You'll choose easily if' you decide to give collars or belts. Cost is very moderate too, even for the finest grades. The new Jabot collars, at 9Cc to Handsome clastic belts A big collection of spe- cial values at 35c. Dainty silk and chiffon Stocks, 45c to 35c to GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR HU'FIRIED Cbtrhging Robes Kid Gloves Ribbons Silks Dress Goods ALL FURS REDUCED From the cheapest to the most expensive grades, every muff, neck piece, fur and furlined coats at bar- gain prices. GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR HURRIED Linens Corsets Waists Kimonas Underskirts -.HAND. DRAWN LINENS AND HAND MADE 8ATTENBURG WORK A dainty gift can easily be selected from our splendid1 Christmas stock of tray cloths, side- board scarfs, centre pieces and five o'clock cov- ers. Especially good values are offered. Centre pieces 90c to Tray Cloths S1.CO to Sideboard scarfs Five o'clock covers, 75c to S3.00 to SUPERB CHRISTMAS SHOWING OF COMBS, BARETTES AND LEATHER GOODS A splendid stock that includes the latest nov-. eltres is here to select from at moderate prices. Such gifts are always useful, easily chosen and among those most appreciated. Hand bags, Fancy barettes 20c to Back combs, 25c to Side combs, 25c to GLASS WINS MOST PRIZES (Macleod Advertiser) J. Glass carried away the lion's share of the honors at the Macleod Seed Fair, held in the Massey-Harris hall last Friday. He took three first and one second, and four exhi- bits, which is well, thank you. Another feature of the fair, which was remarkable for the display of some of the finest grain ever shown in this town (and that is saying much) was the fact that Willia mPurdy, who tool-: first prize in the Alberta Red competition got 94 1-2 out- of a pos- sible 100 points. The judges said af- terward that Mr. Purdy's sample was almost perfect wheat, the best that they had ever seen i Unite To Get a I New Postoffice i (Continued from front page) This idea was opposed by some of j the members as having a tendency to take trade away from the city. _ j J. D. Higinbotham i Postmaster Kiginbothaui said that i the department opposed having sep- arate offices as it had been found un- j successful in other places. He had put in as many boxes as possible and iiad put some of the offices upstairs as well as doubling the size of the general delivery. But how to cope with me steady growth that can be expected is the problem. The street delivery would be the thing and he willing to suffer the loss of re- venue in order to give the better ser- vice. .AS soon as the telephone offices and the Singer Sewing Machine offi- ces were vacated they would be de- ________________ (voted to post office purpose: i The folioi-ving resolution was pass- BruJsels, Dec. Leopold's Majesty. The latter, however, was ob-1ed- "KU'ed by E. A. Cunningham physicians' this forenoon issued the land C. R. Carlson: the most can buy. economical that Halfateaspoonfu! of cocoa rich, the delicious you will make a cup fragrant, n flavor th..: is characteristic of Cowan's. THE COWAN CO. LIMITED, TORONTO. following "The King's condition is stationary. Temperature 97 72." His Majesty's private secretary Gof- fmet in spite of the official bulletin declared that the condition of the royal patient -was not very satisfac- tory tMs forenoon. In spite of the reports made official- ly this morning and -the assurance that the royal patient had a fair night the general feeling is pessimistic. Dr. De Pare remained at the bedside throughout the night -while two nurses .were at hand prepared to wait on His durate and insisted that his faithful valet Bajart alone should attend to .his-'wants. Dr. Gossens comes and v Resolved: That the city council and C. A. Magrath be asked to make a strong effort to get Mr. Gait's ap- goes at regular intervals and sees to proval to the erection of a post office it that the King does not waste his strength in interviews and conversa- tions Countess the King's sec- ond daughter arrived here today but it is ntmored that she will not be per- mitted to see her father because of his weakness. This evening there ap- pears to be no immediate danger of death but the King has experienced a return of an old intestinal complaint and it is feared it will go against the success of yesterday's. I Made from cream of tartar, derived solely from All the ingredients of Price's Baking Powder are printed on the label They are pure, healthful and When baking powders are peddled or demonstrated, examine their labels. You ef from building on the square and if success- ful to place the site at the disposal of the government. City Will Help Mayor-elect Adams said that the city council' would do everything it could to secure better postal facill- and relieve the present congest- ed conditions. He thought some- thing should be done before the gov- ernment census was taken and said that the council would take a police census at once as it was their inten- tion to have an annual census. A resolution or condolence to the wife and family of the late Mayor Henderson was passed on motion of -Messrs. Cunningham and Ryiands. The costumes used by the Stoddart Players tonight in 'Tom Moore" are some of the handsomest ever seen on the stage. MARKETS The price of wheat standing at' 50 cents all last week has taken a rise of one cent this morning. Flax has gone up twenty cents in the past week. Live stock and fowl are un- changed. No. 1 Northern............ 0 SI No. 2 Northern............ 080 No. 3 northern............ 0 77 No. Alberta Red......... 0 S2 No. 2 Alberta Red......... 0 79 No. 3 Alberta Red......... 0 76 per 070 025 1 0.0 Oaty Herald yum Myifctef to or real place ii If MM Mtf C4MHMO. tor SI SITUATION VACANT girl for dining room. Apply 1007 Redpath St. 2-6 work by experienc- ed janitor. Apply Janitor Whitney Block Room 1, or Phone 411. girl or wo- man ,experienced, tor boarding house. Must sleep at home. 701 Bompas St. 305-6 WAiN girl for small fam- ily. Apply to 612 Glyn St. 06-8 coal miners wanted. Apply Royal Collieries, Ltd. 06-6 SITUATIONS RANTED by young man as fireman in steam plant. 140 Herald office. Apply Box 3-6 by the day at private houses. Apply Box Y., Her- ald office. 3-6 FOR roomed house on two lots in North Ward. A bargain. W.H.Johuson, Johnson Block, Round St. 3-0 FOR on Redpath be- tween Wood and Gait. Beet buy in city lot. Terms. Apply Judson Rosebaugh the concrete man at Block or Box 1842. 12 FOR owner, lot 28 or 27 or 26 nd 1-2 of 25 or 1-2 of 25 and 14 in Block 35 on the corner of Burdett i Dufferin 9tt.. la city of Leth- bridge. Apply T. O. Johngoa, Whtt- laah, Mont. 1.5 FOR of choice land IB Townsnip 4 Raage 13. All can Bteam ploweC Will Mil on crop pty- menU with payment down. Price per acre. Apply Box M.N., ald office. FOR ruches from 20 acres aad upwards, within ten miles of New B. C., at low pricea. Write la Cook Rose Front St., New B. for particulars. 303-86 JANITOR under- stands steam heating. Room provided on premises. Aoply Box H. G. Herald office. 3-3 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. 05-6 FOR fine residence lots, close in. Also some business lots in the business section of the city. w. H. Johnson, Johnson Block. 297-0 CARD Fellow Electors: By the largest vote ever recorded for any man in this city's ulstory you have d'eclared me worthy to serve you in its council. You have, each one, had a reason for placing such confidence in me. Doubtless you expect me to live up i to. the standard you have placed be- i'ore me, so your work did not end at the polls: I will require your assist- ance often in the next two years, and feel sure you will reuaily grant it. Gratefully yours. ROBERT SAGS. 'By Appointment ti H. M. the King t99 SCOTCH WHISKY The choicest and oldest pro- curable. and Guaranteed Sni.J V.y liie best Hotels aria werf.liants everywhere. 1SSSE PAGNEULO WINE AND SPIRIT CO. Lethbridge, Alta. of tartar. You GOOD SHOWING AT MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hat, Dec. annual meeting of the Medicine Hat Agricul- tural Society was held this evening when the following officers were el- ected for the year. Hon. President, Hon. W. T. Finlay; President, James Pvac 1st James Fleming Cream Ba David Milne, Akx. Middleton, David Cargill, W. N. Adsit, H. W. Ireland, C. S. Pingle, "Dr. Hargrave, A. J. Matthews. R. E. Starks, C. Sanson, John Ellis, and Ezra Pearson. The financial statement showed the receipts at the fall exhibition to have bocn with expend- ed in improvements. The assets rep- resented by land and buildings, over and above ail liabilities, amount In his annual report Pre- sident Rae pointed out that two yeari ago, the Society was worse ofl' than nothing and congratulated the members on the showing now made. The Golden West Furniture Store LOWEST PRICE! CARD OF THANKS To the Electors of the City of Lethbridce: 1 desire to thank all those who so kindly gave me their patronage on Monday, Dec. 13, at the polls. Yours faithfully, E. A. SHARMAN. South Alberta Lumber Co. Limited South of mills PHONE 225 WE SELL GOOD COAL Barley Flax.................. Cattle on the hoof: iteers, per Ib.........0 03 Cows, per Ib.......0 02% Hogs: Live, per cwt......7.00 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Sheep: Live, per cwt.......4 50 Dressed, per cwt. 9 00 Poultry: Geese 0 .15 Turkeys 0 20 Chickens 0 12 Fowl 0 10 Ducks 0 15 Butter and Egge: Dairy butter ........0 18 Creamery butter Eggs, per dozen Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. 1 00 0 0 02% 8 00 10 00 4 65 9 50 0 16 0 22 0 15 0 12X 0 16 0 21 0 35 0 40 1 50 MAY BE POUNDED TO PIECES Port Burwell, Ont., Dec. big car ferry Ashthabula, which, went ashore early Sunday morning is in danger or becoming a total wreck. She had been resting easy until today but the dreaded southwest -wind set in and it is feared the vessel will be pounded to pieces. 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, 6 "beds 6 springs 6 mattresses 1 dresser and stand 1 sideboard 1 ex. table 1 sewing machine 1 guitar 1 child's iron crib 2 tea sets 1 clock 1 4-hoIe kitchen stove. 1 4-hoIe range, high eloset. 2 organ stools 2 oak rockers 1 rattan rocker. Kitchen chairs 1 lady's coon coat And various other articles too num- reserve. L. WILSON, Auctioneer Phone 189 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Anj person who 11 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 8ub- Ageacy for the district. Entry by proxy may be made at any agency on certain condition? by fatter, daughter, brother or sister months' residence upon and cultivation cf the lamd in each of throe years. A may live within nine of --home; stead on a farm of at 80 solely owned and occupied by him w by hig father, mother, ion, daughter, brother or sister. In certain a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt ,a quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. Must reside aix in of six yean from date of homestead en1 try (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who exhaust- his homestead right and cannot a pre-emption may take chased homestead in certain Price per acre. >f reside six months in ea, Ithiee years, cultivate fifty acres a house worth W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Ottawa, N.B. Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. 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. 0. Box, 1957, city. 2-6 W in store or other business by experienced man. Good accountant, bookkeeper. Could invest in sound business. Address W. S., c-o Rev. Wm. Reid, Lethbridge. 2-2 SITUATION cook, by middle aged lady of much experience. Apply Phone 6. 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 cook 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 D. J. Herald office. 306-6 TO RENT FOR front room at 7 Ar- gyle Ave., furnished or unfurnished. 3-6 TO furnished room. Apply 326 Coutts St. front 3-6 TO to rent in the Post office block. Available January 1st. Apply J.- D. Higinbotham. 3-6 TO fully modern house on Ernest St., close to Dufferin. Ap- ply to The C. B. Bowman Agency. 'J7-O TO shack on Hodgman St. Duff additions good size, at 312.00 month. Apply F. L. Whitney Co., Box 377, city ,TO Rooms in mo- ern house heate'd 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 FOR acres irrigated land, well close to Lethbridge. Enquire 1208 Redpath St, Lethbridge. 1-6 TO rooms, water nd electric light. May be used for light housekeeping. 414 Smith St. 1-25 TO fur ished rooms. S17 Crabb St. 1-6 TO and suites of of- fices in the Sherlock Fireproof Build- ing. Heat, elevatpr and 'janitoring free. Apply R. E. Sherlock. Box 87. 283-25 TO furnished room in strictly modern house, close in. Apply to middle brick house 422 Ceutts St. 1-6 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 TO roomed bouse with stable on Westminster Road, near Westminater school. Rental per month. Apply L. S. Rlpley. Office 8. Macdonald Block. 304-0 TO to rent 20 feet by 30 feet behind Hill Apply E.. J. Hill Co. Block. 306-6 FOR RENT-T-Two rooms for light housekeeping" next to Windsor Hotel. Also stable. Apply C. P. Kroning. MADAM plan 1st, 23 years experience In dramat- ic, vaudeville and concert business. All the latest dance music supplied. >Pupils accepted. MISS NORMAN, teacher of dancing, 822 Crabb St. 306-6 BAND OR class union music. Music for all occas- ions. particulars, phone 298. CHIMNEY orders if or chimney sweeping promptly and efficiently done by an experienced man. James Gibbons, Phone 25S. 3-6 MONEY TO and In- surance on farm and city property. The Southern Alberta Loan and In- vestment Co., Bryan Block Ground FltSor. 298-O FO lots on Bruce St, at f500 apiece. T. E. Patteson. 287-0 FOR acres S-X9. 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-O In North Ward. 6 rooms. Close to Ry. track. Will sell completely furnished on smalt payment down and easy monthly payments. Apply p. Q. "BOX 3S7. 299-O-x ROOM AND strictly moi- era house, also table board. Good ser- vice, home cooking. Mrs. M. Sale, 7t'l Bompas St. 9-6 WANTED TO quantity of second hand furniture, stoves, etc. We will buy everything in your house and pay cash. Call at Wilson's Auction Rooms, or Phone 1S9. i-g Vv let contract to drill well 1 miles from Barons. Bert C. Protzman, gen. del. Or Apply The Illinc-s Alberta Realty Co. 297-0 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. Anplr 425 Bartlett St. FOR SALE for collections. We are getting the money for others. Why not for you. Lethbridge Special- ty Co., Box 2053. Phone 439. Room 1 Shepard Block. 3.0 FOR shop, good busi- ness, good reason for selling Carman- gay, Alta. Roy Haggins, Pro. 3-6 FOR organ. cash and a month for four montjta will buy this beautiful instrument Ap- ply to A. L. Spurrier, 3C5 Crabb St. reward for the recovery of a bull pup, four months old, white all over. Had collar on with name plate but without name Strayed last Friday. Write Box 147 Lethbridge P. 0. 3.4 'brown fur mitt, uwner can have same by calling at C. A. Cooksley's Millinery store, cor- ner Crabb and Dufferin "and paying O-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, 1801. 2.0 Duke street and Tor- ranee avenue, one washing machine, 1 chair and i tio weight for horse. Finder please notify Wilson, the auc- tioneer. Phone 189. 2-0 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO pay rent when we can let you hare money enough to build your own house a't 6 per cent. We loan money on all kinds of eity. property, on terms that cannot be made by othen, we get the mooey from where it is cheap. All kinds of; farm loans ne- gotiated at 7.and 8 per cent. Be sure and when yen -wmnt money. JM. .Empire Land Co. Ott Block. 2JW-0 HIDES, PELTS, FURS Wanted at 405 Smith St, J. YOUNG For a first-class iob in CLEANING AKD DYEING Ladiei' or Gents' Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 353 The Famous AUTOMOBILES T. S. McKenzie, Dist Agent Phone 274 P.O. Box 547 Gretyour Orders in Early, ;