Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE UETHBBIDOE DAILY HERALPWEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1909 100 Per Gent Discount Or Three thirds off Every Dollar WAS GOING SOME! WE KNEW THE MAN-HE IS BROKE NOW We are not going broke, but we are going to give you unheard of bargains, beginning to-day; Dec. and ending when the goods end; that won't be long. All of d other best makes of and New Cords All Souvenir Goods IN Leather, Glass and Wood In short, most of our immense stock will be cleared out at C That ds, you get one Jdollar's worth for seventy-five cents. We always feel just like that as Christmas approaches, and you always get the best out of our weakness. This will be the great, big time of your life' if you seize the op- portunity of seeing BRITISH CAMPAIGN WAXING WARM Scores Of Leading Men in the Fight --Lloyd-George Compelled To Speak i London, Dec. is natur-; ally the greatest disappointment oaj the Conservative side at the renewal j 'of Bailout's indisposition and the ab-j sence of the leader will be the great-j est possible handicap if it is pro- longed. The Christmas lull is thus' i doubly welcome to Unionists as af- Ifordins them opportunity to recover.! COWA MAPLE The most delicious of chocolate confections. They stand alone in their smoothness, richness and unique flavor. Insist on having Name and design patented and registered. THE COWAN CO. LIMITED. TORONTO. GEORGE EMMETT ARRESTED ON TWO CHARGES Winnipeg, Dec. Emmett, the man concerned in the shooting af- fair at 146 Rupert St. last week was WARR1NER PLEADS GUILTY John 'Barns also found himself un-jarrestwl by an officer of the city po_ able to speak in his constituency last; lice when he night. A big fire occurred near his ready to leave the ?en-eral hospital ycsterda? afternoon. residence and with his indomitable en- j NQ warrant thus' has' been issued PJ Cincinnati, Dec. L. War- ringer, the deposed local treasurer of the Big Foux Ry. pleaded guilty to the charge of embezzlement and was sentenced in the common police court today to serve six years in the Ohio Penitentiary. ergy the president of the local the charge laid against the pri, meat board save the greatest assist-, .g. nQt specified- Warrant. will anee and subsequently arrived at sworn in this mornins. before Em- meeting with scorched clothes, batter-1 mett appears in the police court ani ed hat, and an arm in a sling. Asi it .g probable that he will be several fatalities had takou place at ed with attemptcd murder and at_ the conflagration the meeting adjourn- I sujci.de ed. 11________ __________________ The Liberal campaign has received! a fillip in the shape of a rift of j Notice that Fong 000 to Winston Churchill by the Dun- Long has purchased the entire inter- dee jute manufacturers for the t Phone 131 OR class union music. M-usic for all occas- ions. For particulars, phone 238. dared with his customary cheerful-; ness, "we scent victory." Sir Edward Grey, at Simderland, j MADAM Pi- jreplied to severely personal attacks! j by the Duke of Northumberland and! ['also declared the Lords would be' j the only permanent opposition to the I Liberal party. F. E. Smith speaking to a Salford audience emphasized the danger of the German .challenge of the Empire's na- val supremacy. Keir Hardie at Glasgow referred to the fact that the Lords today give j judgment- on the question whether j trades unions possess the right to j levy for salaries for labor M- P-'sj and said if the government were ad- i 4- verse, the party had everything in order for carrying on its financial at least two years. Bercsford at Pembroke, reiterated JT his determination to speak out unless, things naval were put right. The rX public nad been misled by the admir-; alty press bureau which had done j T away with the good- Feeling an-d com- radeship of the navy. Lloyd-George had a remarkably en- thusiastic reception while moving throusb. the streets of Newport. A crowd of several thousands compelled him to. make a speech. Both sides ure conducting a cam- paign of the utmost vigor in every work at least two years. Mr. Haldane is also on the list. pi Rosfberry writes to the Times ask-! ing for definite declarations of policy On the nuestion of reform of the Lords from both sides. He says: j "I can finfl n-o pledge in Balfoxnr's manifesto that his warty will .take- to rf-ffsnri thr- Lords vet tin- VPS somr Ko rivm. thoroughly rind r tiro kali !r Wp msy see. the come into jij nffiw1 rnorp the fatal Ci error of Annnrtn-nlv pass. anist and Teacher, at liberty for dances, etc; Miss teacher of dancing. 622 Crabb Street 9-6 DAVE Upholsterer, Furniture repaired and recovered. Carpets and mates given. linolev.m laid. Bsti- Workshop 217 Red- path street. Box. 51. MRS. K. L. G LASS POO sional Nurse, 710 Bompas Street. 9-7 SUN So Does thn Palace Shifting Parlor Ladies' and Gents' Shoes Shined. The ;only exclusive shoe shining parlor ;in the city. If you can't, crime send your shoes.. 'Satisfaction guaran- teed. trial OLIVER BLOCK ROUND STREET H-H-I-H- SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male aver 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry by proxy nmy be made at any agency on eeruin conditions by fatiher, 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 or by his father, mother, eon, daughter, brother or sister. Ju 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 bamestead 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 homestead m cer-tain Price per acre. DP' reside six months in ea. three years, cultivate fifty acres -nid erect a house wor-th W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. Ottawa, Canada. publication of this advertisement will not be paid tor. v Daily Herald Market Place jvu have to tell or l-l w If .anything this colunm. 25c one insertion 6 for SITUATIONS VACANT wanted, Scotch pre- ferred. Mrs. Sage. 8-0 once, cook and dish- washer. Apply proprietor Grassy Lake Hotel. 8-6 BOYS 0r four boys wanted at The Herald office to work a couple of hours after sckool. pay. TEACHER Milk Riv- er school, duties commencing Jan. 3. Salary per annum. Apply, Sec- rotary' of Schaol Board, Milk Hirer P. O-, Alta. 6-6 man, must be good stenographer. Apply The Alberta Se- curities. Ltd. 5-0 SITUATIONS WORK man and a team. .Apply Robt. Adam, 1222 Fisher street. 10-6 SITUATION good Japanese boys want any kind of family or country. Apply to 641 Round street, George Koido. 10-6 SITUATION seeks engagement, hotel or restaurant, dis- tance no object. Replies P., O. Box 1158, Calgary, Alta, 9-6 wanted. La- dies' and children's suits or dresses. Mrs. J. Harris, 201 Walwork St., North Ward. 8-6 engineer, holds certificate wants position. Apply Box B. A., Herald Office. g-G TO RENT For a first-class job in CLEANING AND DYEING Ladies' or Gents' Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 353 i Local Budget We will be pleased to drive any person looking for land among the homestead land (14 townships) to be open January 10, 1910. We send competent drivers-who know this country, rigs. Bow'Island is only 12 miles from this land so there- fore is the most 'convenient point to drive from. GOOD ATTENTION GIVEN EVERYBODY o I Mayor-elect Geo H. Rudd of Ray- mond, was in the city yesterday. The closin.e; exercises in the West- minster School will he to-norroxv afternoon at two o'clock. The kin- dergarten exercises will be held' this afternoon. Don't fail to see little Tobie at the Eureka tonight. The bailift sale of stock and men-is advertised to take place at the Percival barn, south -past .of city to-- morrow (Thursday) has been postpon' ed until further notice. Frogs! should say S3 nt the Eureka. The bailiff sale of stock and imple- ments advertised to take place at the Percival bain, south -east of city to- morrow (Thursday) has been postpon j ctl until further notice. f i ?5 j ar From now till .January 7th is the Christmas vacation for the court of-; Q fict's. The offices of the Sheriff and' Ihc Clerks an-d the the the the the th the clerks of the Supreme and Dis- LIVERY, FEED SALE STABLE BOW ISLAND S I f I I I ROO..J. for two respectable men, must be sober. Apply Mrs. Robt Adam, 1222 Fisher street. 10-6 FOR room, 519 Glyn street, opposite Caledonian hall. 9-3 TO furnished front room, bath and furnace, close in, 812 Courtland Street 9-6 IALE FOIl is a pick-up. N. 1-4 Sec. 35, T. 17, R. 22, West 4th, Alberta. Good farm land. per acre, cash, balance time. Look tliis up on your map. See how close the new railroad goes to it. It's a snap. J. W. Moore, G24 N. L. St Tacoma, Wash. io.Jj 320 ACRES good fine laying better in township, adjoining lands held at io A .ay 117 Grundview, Iowa. 9-2 FOR Block A, North Ward, Lots 32, 33. 34 and 35. Two le corners, corner Torronce, Dry- -md Iddington. handles this Apply Southern Alberta Loan and In- vestment Co., 41G Dufferin street, Bryan block. a.o VCR account of removal I offer for sale the south half of Sec. 27, Tp. 5, R. 16, west of 4th, at per acre on the most reasonable terms. Address Mrs. C. A. Simmons, general delivery, Lethbridge, or call corner of Ernest and Redpath. 5-6 FOR twenty-five roomed frame hotel in a good thriving town on C. P. Ry., paying 50 per cent, on in- vestment, well furnished and appoint- ed. 100 ft. frontage on main street with bar. For further particulars ap- ply to The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co., Ltd., Business Exchange, Leth- bridge, Alta. Phone 122. 4.7 FOR roomed house on two lots in North Ward. A bargain W.H.Johnsoa, Johnson Block' Round gt. 3 (J FOR the owner, lot 28 or 27 or 26 nd 1-2 of 25 or 1-2 of 25 and 24 m Block 35 on the corner of Burdett and Dufferin Sts., in t-he city of Leth- oridge. Apply T. O. Johnson, Whit- lash, Mont. FOR ranches from acres and upwards, within ten SUles of New Westminster B C ai low prices. Write to Coak Ross St., New Westminster B 'C for particulars. FOR fine residence lots, close in. Also ssme business lots in the business section of city. w. H. Johnson. Johnson Block 297-O FO lots on Bruco St, at apiece. T. E. tatteson. 2S7-C FOR ply Box H., Herald office nj- 272-t; F0it In North Ward 6 rooms. Close to Ry. track. Win sell completely furnished on small payment down and easy monthlj payments. Apply P. o. Box 299-Q-x FOR Bart- lett St., Bik. 60; water, light, sewer. Price Good terms! L. S, rtip- Icy. 8-0 FOR rooms for light housekeeping, and shack, next to Windsor hotel. Also stable. Apply C. P. Kroning, ;S-6 TO room, 808 Ford St., near English Church. 8-6 FOR Round St., 12 1-2 x 50 ground floor, with basement 24 x 75. ?125 per month, lease 1 year with privilege of 3 years' extension. Apply Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. S-0 TO roomed house to rent Water and electric light. Apply F. E. Mason Land Co. 8-4 FOR 7 rooms, electric light bath and furnace. No. 1016 London Road. The Alberta Securi- ties, Ltd. 5-0 TO single room In 308 Brunton fully modern hcuse. street. 5-6 FOR room new cottage. W. R. Dobbin, Southard block. 5-0 TO large well furnished room suitable fer one or two persons. Apply north west corner of Glyn St and London Road. 5-6 FOR Round St, 12 1-2 50 ground1 floor, with basement 24 x 75. per month, lease 1 year with privilege of 3 years' extension, 4-0 SHORT NOTICE December 24 AT 1.SO P.M. SHARP Iciioneer Court will close at ono p.m. to-! morrow. j i Amnrijr gtirsts recently have.' i T. S. At his very own headquarters hrnv thHr Mrs.; rnri their nephew John nf Mr. .ind Having received instructors from J. Thomas, Diamond Citv I will sell Hie at my auction rooms, corner Glyn and Ford Streets. 1 mare, 5 years old, in foal, weight about 1200 1 Tar.ro, 9 years'old, in foal, weight, about 1500 1 spring colt 1 cow 1 plow 1 Sett disc 1 cream separator ,1 mower 1 Democrat 1 set.single harness, N shovels, rakes, etc. J hf-3.vy 1 set heavy doable harness t HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 1 kitchen stove 1 heater 1 washing machine 3 beds S mattresses 1 case 3 springs And a great many other ar- ticles too numerous to men- 'OD. The .r.tovo s enience of s nre tcing Koveci to tils city for the coif- TERMS POSITJVE-LY- NO TO furry modern house on Ernest St., close to Dufferin. Ap- ply to The C. B. Bowman ARency. 97-O TO shack on Hodgmar. St. Duff additions good size, at 512.00 month. Apply F. L. Whitney "Co.. Box 377, city TO robin, or can arrange to let suite of two rooms. In Sadowskl Block. Apply J. B. Shepard Block, evenings only, or to the Canadian fteal Estate Ca., Bryan Block. 303-0 TO Sis roomed Meuse stable on "Westmln liter Road, with near Westminster Roota4 per month. Apply L. 8. Rtpiay, Office 8, Block. 3G4-C exchange veil bred five ye.-ir old driving mnre. also let contract to drill well 7 miles from Barons. Bert C. Protzman, del. Or Apply The Illinois Alberta Realty Co. 297-0 for collections. We are getting the money for others. for" you. Lethbridge Special- ty Co., Box 2053, Pnone 439. 1 Shepard Block. LOST AND FOUND Little Bow and Reid Hill on the Nan ton trail, a 6 chamber nickel plated revolver, 32 calibre. reward on return to H. E. Hallwright Reid Hill, Alta. IQ.Q FOR gray team, well matched, weight" about 2780 cheap, can be seen at Furman's Liv- ery-barn. Apply to W. L. Wilson, auctioneer, phone 585. 9.5 cheque on Bank of Commerce, dated Dec. 4, amount drawn on -Lambert Taylor. Finder return to Box 86, City P. 0. 9-6 Sunday night, lady's open face gold watch with the initials "M. H.M." engraved on back. Finder will receive reward by leaving at Herald office. Crabb St. s-0 Redpath, Coutts or Ford St., lady's gold belt buckle. Kindly re- turn to 810 Ford St. Reward. S-3 coin brooch, between E. H; Wilson's residence, Redpath St. and Geo. Ken- Co. store, gold coin Vrooch. initial I. monogram, date Oct. 9, 1901. 2-0 Duke street and Tor- ranee avenue, one washing machine. 1 chair i tit; weight for horse. Finder pleasa notify Wilson, the auc- tioneer. Phone 189. 2-0 MONEY LOAN MOJfEY TO Why pay when we can let you havp money enough to build your own at 5 per We loan on kinds of city property, on term? thai catrrwt be by get the from where it cheap. Block. All of farm loans at 7 end 8 cent. Be sort- you want money KJ4. Empire Co., O'tt MONEY TO LOAN stirsnce on farn> nv and in- good buggy and harness as part pny- The Sonhorn ment on Lethhridge vacant property, vest-mem Co.. Bryan Block Address Box 1S92, City. 1C-G Floor. Loan rjry i.oan znt] FOR Buick auto, model 10, carefully handled and in first class condition. Price For partic- ulars call at 1310 London Road or drop card in P. 0. Box 352. 8-6 FOR SALE OR shack. Duff addition, Bik. IS. Pric? So 00. C. Westley. St. S-O MONEY TO nr.'I i ance on farm and city ply the Southern T.oa's Investment Co., Bryan Wock. FOR Special on Bine j-o For rurtlfulari tei tii Jewelry WANTED for are the Why rot for rw. ty I Shepard P.loak. SALE- bny HIDES. PELTP, FURS Cmkfc 405 Smith St, J. YOUNG The Famen5 Cadillac AUTOMOBILES T. S. McKenzie, IXst. 54 "i JO-KT Ordert in Emry.