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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1909. TOUCHED UP THE 00 PUII nnty III 07 VCIDC Li UllUmtn Id ICAnO OiJawa, Dec. the public n n 1 n 4- in Tom Murray, of Richibuclo, N. B., manager of Kent Northern railway, said that in May, 1908, he bought a sawdust wharf at Richibucto from Mrs. Charles Dickey, of Canaan, announce the birth of a daughter, their twenty second child in twenty-seven years. Mrs. Dickey was married when years of age and Mr. Dickey only a few years her senior. Of the twenty-two children, not one has ever suffered from a serious illness. is and strength and personified. The parents are there_ have no weak, puirr, peevish children. The health of the child depends much on the health of the parents. Thus, there is the necessity of expectant mothers especially paying great Richard O'Leary for and iiiNo-j attention to their general healih During these trying titles, a "Fruit- a-tives" tablet before uicils and at bedtime will regulate the bowels and kidneys, keep the stomach sweet, sharpen th i stone ion Bank, at Lethuridge, Alberta, or. I Saturday, the eighteenth day of De- cember, 1009, at eleven o'clock in the j forenoon for the purpose of receiving 6 j the report of the Provisional Dircci- ors of the Company, organising the IT: Company, electing directors, and trans- H" ?.eting other business which may pro S perly be brought before such meet-. 3 i ing. -By carpenter'apply to H. C. .Morrison. by young man is fireraau in steam plant. Apply Box .40 Herald office. 3-C AN1TOR who under- stands sttam heating. Room provided on premises. Apply Box H. G. Herald office. 3-3 Capital and Rest Exceed Thai Snvisgs Aecosal which you have meant to open could not be started at a better time than right now, while you have plenty of money corning: in. The habit of at ouce depositing in the Union Bank of Canada the cash you receive, and drawing it out only as you need it, will keep your money absolutely safe, help you to save more c.f it, and will increase your balance by the addition of Compound Interest. Your account is respectfully solicited. Main Office cor. Round Redpath Sts -J- R- ANDERSON Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling F. Schirnnowski. Acting Manager. Grassy W. Bailiie, Manager. Mr. Buchanan continued for an hour I to address the nine or ten Councillors out of twenty-one who remained in j their seats. There was no quorum and no one was in the chair. His re- j marks were directed principally to the audience in the spectators' seats, j When he concluded his address the j Council resumed its business. All the! speakers claimed they had been most' j unfairly treated in not being notified I of the investigation, and of the charg- cs to be made against them. WE SELL GOOD COAL HAVE ANOTHER CONFERENCE Toronto. Dec. Lomer Gouin, premier of Quebec; Hon. L. A. TasCh- ereau, minister of- public works and i Doctor Finnic, M.P.P., Montreal, were j tendered a luncheon at the Parlia- ment buildings today by Sir James Whitney and colleagues in Ontario, cabinet.' At the last inter-provincial conference held at Ottawa the pre- miers of Ontario and Quebec were in- structed to call the next meeting. Mr. Gouin said this morning that another j C0nference next summer had been talk rK AH nf and it was possible that iie Leave Your Orders fpr COAL and DRAYING at THE HEAD OFFICE. B. E. WALKER, President ALEXANDER LAIKD, General ESTABLISHED 1887 Paid-up Capital, Eeserve Branches thrcushcut Canada, and in the United States and England BA N P8 n w a-u 04. Bb'a B iJ s- ar ISSUED AT TMn FOLLOWING and under........................ 3 Ox'er S5 and not exceeding SlO. 6 cents' SlO J30 10 cents S30 15 cents .....These Orders are payable at par at every office of a Chartered Bank in (except in ihe Yukon) and at the principal hanking- points in the L'niu-J Suites. The) are negotiable at to the sterling in Great Britain and Ireland. They form an excellent methoci of remitting1 small sums of money tad a.t smalt cost, and may be obtained without delay. IS Timk Redmsnil Has Playedl Into the Hands Of the 1 The Golden West i Enemy 1! ed of and it was possible and Premier Whitney might discuss the matter. London, Dec. Irish situa- Branch C G. K. Nourse, Manager UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with ttu- B' ST FIXTURES IN ALDERTA And -ool. hriiflu and pleasant Tohaecos in Best Cigars atid Barber Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Block tion is developing with exciting: raD- idity. The pronouncement of nation- al directors of the United Irish league in the vote for the government is of little for it will only affect- votes which have to Lib- erals in previous contests. What Redmond has really done is to put a powerful weapon into-' the hands of his bitter opponents within t-ho Nationalist party, who hold that he has given away the citadel with- out securing guarantees what Asjquith re-ally means. They are using with" marked effect Redmond's own previous declaration that Home Rule stands no chance at! _t_ all if prior plans in the Liberal pro- j' J. gram is given to contested j J j and long d'rawn out constitutional j J. conflict over the House of Lords, and j f PUC-VI questions as the Welsh 'disestab-; J. lishm-cnt. Even if Radicals are r turned those two questions must oc- T cupv the two first session of parlia- ment, leaving Ireland's merest crumbs from the Liberal feast. Redmond's hope is that Asquith will be returned with so small a majority as to leave the balance of the power in the hands A[ eightv Nationalists, in which case, tlvev could compel Asqiivt.h to risK his political life to place Home Rule before the Lords' question. Furniture Store J. H. Garrett The greatest danger from influenza is of its resulting in pneumonia. This can be obviated by using Chamber- lain's Cough Remedy, as it not only cures influenza, but counteracts any tendency of the 'disease towards pneumonia. Sold by all druggists. Spent on a Brownie Cam- era will mate your or girl liappy this in fact all the year round We have them up to also Folding Kodaks at all prices. Btiy a Kodak or a Brownie at the i People's Drug Store f W. P. J. ALEXANDER, T Prescription Expert T U Phone 445 Night Bell The peculiar properties of Cnam- V-avo not of of pneumonia. Sold by all dnisr- srists. MHNTBD We are the largest advertisers of Invsstments in Canada. Our clientele extends from ocean to ocean. Wo want represantativaa in every city, town and village, and you can make money by acting for us.. We hniiclle nothing hut sound propositio is ivlnch have been thoroughly investigated that will pay your friends to invest that ars easy to sell, as they indicate their from the facts submitted. By.making money for your clients, you make friends, and business friend pay. We are at present offering stock in the Central Mines. This Company owns valuable silver" claims in the rich Gowganda district, also three hundred and ninety acres oil and -situated one hour from Det -oit. The Company have eleven producing WlVand dividends are assxired. It is now se :ng at 70c per-share. It will go to per share in a year. Its Board of Directors are men of the highest standing. It will pay you to invest in this yoxirself. PATRIARCHE us for our terras and conditions. Stock Dealers and Investment BLOCK, Old Ontario Bunk Building, SCOTT ST.. TORONTO CO., SHORT NOTICE AUCTION SALE OF Household Furniture, etc. At 113 Glyn St., Next Door tcV 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-bole kitchen stove. 1 4-hole range, high closet. 2 organ stools 2 oak rockers 1 rattan rockor. Kitchen .chairs 1 lady's coon coat And various other articles too- num- erous to mention. reserve. W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer Phone 189 Christmas Flowers. Holly, Hotly Wreaths, Moss Wreaths, Moss Wreathing, Christmas Trees, Immortelle Wreaths, Roses, Orchids, Carnations, Lily of the Valley, Paper Whites and Romans, And all kinds of Christmas Plants at SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head of R family, or any male over IS years old, may homestead a quarter-seetior of available Dominion land in Mani Saskatchewan or Alberta. Tht Applicant must appear in person -ai the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for tlie district. Entry bj proxy" may be nr-Kie at any -igencj on certain conditions by father, mo ther, son, 'daughter, or of intending homesteauer. months' residence upor ;md cultivation of the land in i of three years. A homesteader maj I live within nine niiles -of his horn isti-sid on a farm of at least acres ilk 4-1 by the at rivate houses. Apply Box Y., Her- jcl office. 3-6 SITUATION A sober reli- able young man desires a position in tore, has had experience in hard vare and sheet metal, willing to work n any cure. Address P. 'CX Box, a.y57, city. v 2-6 SITUATION cook, by middle aged lady of much experience. Apply Phone 6. 2-S ITUATION sober relia- le boy desires a position in store, has lad experience in hardware and sheet metal, willing to work in any store. Address P. 0. Box 1957, city. 1-6 POSITION WANTED Work" granted by the day. Box D. J. Herald office. 306-6 TO RENT TO furnished room, suit- able for light housekeeping, also room suitable for one or two gentlemen. Terms moderate. House warm. 424 Smith St. close in. 4-G l''O.t in North Ward rooms. Close to Ry. trac.c. u'ih seJl eoLuyjeieiy furnished on snuil! payment down and easy uionthb payments. Apply P. O. Box rvtiSCELLANEOUS WANTS ROOM AND strictly mod erii house, also table board. Good ser- vice, home cooking. Mrs. M. Sale, 701 Bompaa St. 2-6 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 189. 1-6 let Contract to drill well 7 miles from Barons. Bert C. Protzraan.. gen. del. Or Apply T.he Uiinc.s JLlberta Realty Co. 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-fi FOR Round St., 12 1-2 x 50 ground floor, with basement 24 x 75. per month, lease 1 year with privilege of 3 "years' extension. 4-C FOR front room at 7 Ar- yle Ave.f furnished or unfurnished. 3-G TO furnished front room. Apply 326 Coutts St. ;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'Asrencyl TO shack en. Hodgmar St. Duff additionfl good size, at month. Apply F. L. Whitney Co., Box 377, city TO Rooms in mo- em house heated with furnace. Ap- ply 55 Argrle Avenue. 2-6 TO Suitable for four horses, carriage-house attached and store room for hay and feed. Apply 1007 Redpath street 2-6 FOR acres irrigated land, well improved, close to Lethoridge. Enauire 120S Redpath St., Lethbridge. 1-6 TO RENT- Crabb St. -Two fur ished roMns. 817 1-6 TO and suites of of- fices in the Sherlock Fireproof Build- ing. Heat, elevator land janitorinp free. Apply R. E. Sherlock. Box 37. 233-25 TO furnished room in strictly modern house, close in. Apply to middle brick house 422 Ceutts St. 1-6 TO room, or can to let suite of two rooms, in i Block. Apply J. B. Kelsey. Shepard Block, evenings only, or to rhe Canadian Real Estate Co., Bryan Block. 1- 303-0 TO momed house with stable xon Westminster Road, near Westminster school. Rontal ner montlu Apply L. S. Ripley. Office S. Macdonald Block. owned and occupied by him o by his father, mother, daughter brother or sister. In ctTtain districts a in good standing may pre-empt a Apply "E. .T. Hill Co. quarter-section, alongside his home- st.-a-i. Prieft per acre. Dntjo? f> i Must reside six months in each of I six jvars from u.itf uf en- O try "the time required to j earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A honifsteader who has exhaust 304-0 Geo. Taylor's THE FLORIST 6M Kartlttt St. F. O. Ion J_______ his homostead right and cannot a pre-emption msty take chased homestead in certain j Price J3.00 per acre. TV i roside six months in en three j yoftrs, cultivate fifty acres erect house worth W. W. COKY, Deputy MinisKr of the Interior. publication thii adirertwement will not bt tor. 'of TO to rent 20 feet by 30 feot behind Hill Block. FOR rooms for light housekeeping next to Windsor Hotel. Also stable. Apply C. P. Kroning. 306-fi MADAM plan ist. 2S yenrs experience in dramat- ic, vaudeville and concert business All the latest dance music supplied. Pupils accepted. MISS NORMAN, teacher of dancing, Crabb St 306-6 BAND OR clas? union mnslc. Music for all ocean- For phone 2M. CHIMNEY orde for chimney iweeping promptly ftfflciently dor.e hy an mm. Jamet Pnone 25S. S-fl FOR S yeaus old, weigh- ing about 900 Ibs. and broken to sad- dle and single or double harness. Will sell cheap for cash. It can be seen any time at 317, Torrance Ave, North Ward. 4-1 FOR 23 inch horn, and 38 records. Price S30 cash. Apply T. A. Viner, Bailey St., North Lethbridge. 4-1 for collections. We are getting the mon-y tor others. Why not for you. Lethbridge Special- ty Co., Bos 2053. Phone 439. Room 1 Shepard Block. 3-0 FOR shop, good busi- ness, good reason for selling" Carman- gay, Alta. Roy Haggiris, Pro. 3-G FOR organ. and. 510.00 a month 'tor-four will buy this beautiful instrument. Ap- ply to A.. L, Spurrier, 3C5 Crabb St. LOST AND FOUND 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 F. 0. 3.4 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, laOl. -2-0 Duke street and Tor- rar.ce avenue, cne washing machine. 1 chair anc1 I weight-for horse. Finder please notify Wilson, the auc- tioneer. Phone 189. 2-0 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO pay r.-rn when we can let you enough to build your own HI 6 per cent. We money on all kindi of city property, on te'rm? that cannot 'be made by others, we get the money from where it ir cheap. All kinds of farm loans gotiated at 7 and S per cent. and see us when vou want monev 'Phone 394. Empire Land Block. Ou 252-0 MONEY TO and in- surance on farm and city property. The Southern Alberta Loan and In- vestment Co., -Bryan Block Ground Floor. 298-O HIDES, PELTS, FURS Wanted at 405 Smith St, J. YOUNG For a first-clasa job in CLEANING AND DYEING Ladies' or Gents' Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS 353 The Famous AUTOMOBILES T. S. McKcfieie, Agent 274 P.O Box 547 in Early ;