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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE L.ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALDMONDAY, DECEMBER 27, _1009_ PAGE FOUR I I I o i 1 1 8 ew estions for an Act further amending Of Presents That Are Sure to be Appreciated Morris Rockers Davenports Buffets Slipper Cases At prices to suit everybody. Don't wait.until the last minute and choo sc your prints haphazard. Come and see our suggestions. We guarantee our packing when we ship. Morris Chairs Couches Chiffoniers China Cabinets Jardiniere Stands Notice NOTICE IS HEREliY GIVEN that the Grand Trunk Pacific Branch Lin- es Company will apply to the Parlia- j ment of Canada, at its present session, the Act incorporating the company, chapter 99 of the Statutes of lyOG, as amended by chapter SG of the Statutes of 1909, by authorizing tn ecoustruction of the authorising the construction of the (1) From a point on the Western Divis- ion of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway- between the east limit of Range 12 i and the west limit oc Rang 17, west of the third meridian, tnence m a south- i westerly and westerly direction to a point in the vicinity of Calgary, or to a point on the line which' the Company is authorized under paragraph 14 of clause 11 of said chapter 39, to con- struct to Calgary: (2) From a point on the proposed ;line mentioned in paragraph (1) be- tween the east limit of Range 20 and west limit of Range 28, west of the 3rd meridian, thence in an easterly and Notice NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that application will be made to the Parlia- at 1 Lethbridge Furniture Company West of Post Office thereof, for an Act incorporating a Company under the name of THE SASKATCHEWAN CENTRAL RAIL- WAY COMPANY, with power to con- struct and operate a line of railway from in Township 41, Range 3. West of the 2nd Meridian, in the of Saskatchewan; thesce in a westerly direction to Battleford; thence in a northwesterly direction to 3mokey Lake, in the- Province of Al- berta; thence southwesterly to Ed- monton; with the follswing among other branch a point on the main line in Township 42, Range 25, West of the 2nd Meridian; thence Saskatoon to a point on the southerly boundary of the Province between Ranges 10 and 21: and frem a point the said branch line in Trwnshig IS, Range 14, west of the 3rd Meridian; thence westerly to a point on the Saskatche- wan River, in the Province of Alber- ta; thence south-westerly to Leth- bridge, with power to enter into agree- ments with other companies and other Herald Market Place V> aea >ou have auything to ur l-.i If anything this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI VACANT southeasterly direction to Regina or j uguaj anci incidental powers. to a point ia the vicinity thereof: (3) From a. point on the proposed line mentioned in paragraph (2) be- SMITH JOHNSTON, Ottawa. Solicitors for the Applicants. capable and experienc- ed saleslady for the dry goods de- partment for 1st of January. None but those having at least one year's experience need apply. Apply Man- ager Hudson's Bay store, Lethbridge. 13-6 SALE _ lots, Nos. 3D and 30 Block Norman street, ?160 cash for the two. Apply C. Dawson, 1022 London Road. 13-0 FOR snap in house, Duff Addition, close in, two storys, modern plumbing, furnace, good basement. Price till Monday, Dec. 27, Apply to Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., 41G Dufferin street, Bryan block. 12-0 FOR is a pick-up. N. W. 1-1 Sec. 35, T. 17, R. 22, West 4th, Alberta. Good farm land. per acre, cash, balance time. Look this up on your map. See how close jthe new railroad goes to it. It's a snap. J. W. Moore, 624 N. L. St., Tacorna, Wash. 10-6 servant, apply, Mrs. Geo. Ten-ill, G4S Bartlett St. 13-6 man to sell floor FOR Block A, North Ward, Lots 32, 33, 34 and 35. Two le corners, corner Torrenco, Dry- and Iddington. handles this Apply Southern Alberta Loan and In- vestment Co., 416 Dufferin Bryan block. street, 6-0 oil. furniture polish, bar polish disinfectings. Must have good con- FOR roomed house on nection. Apply Box 134, Winnipeg the 4th or Decker, W.H.Johnson, Round St. the second meridian, to Moose Jaw, or to a point in the vicinity thereof; (4) From a point on the Western Jivision of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway between Artland and Wain- j thence in an easterly and southeasterly direction to a point on the line which the Company is author- ed L. came out on a tour of inspec- ized paragraph 13 of clause 11 tion this week, good shape. He found things mjef said chapter 99, to be constructed j to Battleford (5) Fr.mReg4na, or a point in the vi- SPRING COULEE cinity thereof, thence in a sputhwester- SYNOPSiS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS in post office, one who uuderscynds money orders pre- ferred. Address, H. A. Driggs, P.M. Grassy Lake, Alta. 13-0 two lots in North Ward. A bargain. Johnson Block, 3-0 harness maker at. once. Apply, Wm. H. Soice, Warner. Alta. 12-0 FOR the owner, lot 28 or 27 or 2G nd 1-2 of 25 or 1-2 of 25 and 24 iii Block 30 on the corner of Burdett and Dufferin Sts., in the city of Leth- T. O. Sprins Coulee, Dec. Zres- ly or to a point Any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 13 years steady man, day work. a month, room and board. Write. Proprietor, Grassy Lake Hotel 12-0 'irT tho vir-inirv of Leth- iold, may homestead a quarter-section wanted, Scotch pre- m the MCimt> 01 innA Mani. ,-____, o byicrian Church was- opened Sunday j bridge on the line Rev. Whiteman, B.A., of Cardston. Kinder paragrap of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The isaid chapter 99, authorized to con-i applicant must appear m person a. preached the dedication sermon. His gn.uct frQm Calgary to the southern Dominion Lands or buo- lext was ''Love thy neighbor as thy-1 boundary of the province of Alberta Agency for tbe district. Entry by self" Mr FmbrcV sang "Rock of at or near Coutts. {proxy m-ay be made dt any agency '.wcs i (6) From a point on the main line of on certain ;v father, mo- !the Western Division between Moose I son, ciaugutfj, Owing to the stormy weather nianyiLake and Tete James cache, thence j 01 intending were prevented irom attending the! through the drainage of the Clearwa-! monttir -nt-e 'ipon Sprin- Coulee. is about one hundred. The pulpit to the extent of a of the said lines of railway num- j brother or sister. solely ov.-ned and occupied by "him or by his mother, son, daughter, not vet been put in but will be in the bered to inclusive and coin- In certain districts a h-on. near future. t'erred. Mrs. Sage. S-0 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. BOYS or four boys wanted at The Herald office to work a couple of hours after pay. FOR fine residence I lots, close in. Also some business lots in the "business section of tbe city. W. H. Johnson, Johnson Block. 297-0 rc-ap, must be good stenographer. Apply The Alberta Se- curities. Ltd. 5-0 SITUATIONS -WANTED work by exper- ienced janitor. Apply Janitor Whit- ney blfc-ck. room 1 or phone 411. 11-G prising the said lines within what are in good standing may pre-eaipt a YVQRK man and a _ j defined bv the said Act as the "Man- j quarter-section alongside "his home- enough money has ocen raised am- nn ar-rp Duties 3106 LADIES' PRINCESS DRESS Paris Pattern No. 3106 All Seams Allowed A lovely soft shade of gray satin cloth was" employed in the develop- ment of this charming design. The' broad collar was trimmed with jet banoing: jet buttons also were used 2624 BOYS' RUSSIAN SUIT Paris Pattern No. 2024 All Seams Allowed A slight variation of the usual style of Russian blouse is here shown. The tunic is made with a "Gibson" tuck at the front and back, stitched from shoulder to hem, and the in the side-front closing and on the j length sleeves are plaited into cutt sleeves, which were edged with a tiny gray net ruching. The pattern pro- depth or finished with stitched wrist- bands. The full knickerbockers are longs I the people here to entirely co- i ver the expense of the church. Scr- i vices are held every Sunday morning at eleven o'clock. I Last evening' a social was held in the church and a good audience present. A good programme, which consisted of recitations, solos and duets was rendered. After the pro- gramme refreshments were served by the Ladies Aid Society. A crowd from Magrath was present and to-ok part in the programme. Miss' Creighton leaves Thursday for High River where she has accepted a position as school teacher of the nri- vides for two styles in sleeves, three- j gathered about the knees by elastic, quarter length or long coat sleeves, run through the hem-casmgs. and a The cut out neck may be fill- stitched belt of the material gives the ed in by a chemisttee of net or all- popular long-waisted effect. The re- over lace If desired. The pattern is movable shield is embroidered in self- in 7 sizes 32 to 44 inches bust mea- colored silk, and a bias trimming band sure. For 36-inch bust the dress will of Scotch plaid gives a pretty and require 111-4 yards of material 24 stylish effect. If desired, the wrist- inches wide, 10 yards 27 inches wide, j bands may be of a similar plaid. The itoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta Ex-j stead. Price 33.00 per acre. Duties j Fisaer street authorizing an issue of bonds j--Must reside six month? in each of to the extent of a mile of} six years from date of homestead en- the said line of railway numbered (6) j try (including the time required to and comprising the said line within i ea'rn homestead patent) and cultivate what is defined by the Act as the "Bri- fifty acres extra. team. Apply Robt. Adam, 1222 10-6 tish Columbia and also amending paragraph 11 of clause 11 of the said Act as regards the southern terminus of the line ther by authoriz- ed. Dated at Montreal this 29th day of November, 1909. W. H. BIGGAR, Solicitor for Applicants. marv class. Mr. and' Mrs. C. H. Kelly left yes- terday for'Mrs. Kelly's home in Ne- braska, where they will spend Christ- mas. A Literary Society has been organ- ized in Spring Coulee. It is to meet every other Friday. The first meet- ing was held Friday evening in the house. The most important For a first-class job in CLEANING AND DYEING Ladies' or Grants' Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 353 A" homesteader who has exhaust- his homestead right and cannot tain a pre-emption may take chased homestead m certain Price 00 pet acre. DP; reside sis months in ea. three years, cultivate fifty acres --tad erect a house worth W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior, Canada. publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. HIDES, PELTS, FURS Wanted at 405 Smith St., J. YOUNG wide with 21-4 yards of banding andj41-S yards of material 27 inches wide, j event of the evening was a debate.! 13-S yards "of narrow edging. Width 3 yards 3G inches wide, or 2 yards 54 The sllbjcct "Resolved, that Art nfWer edee in medium-size about. is more beautiful than nature." Price of pattern. 10 cents. The negative won by three points. Both sides put in good arguments and Mountainvie- paid Cardston a pleasant evening was spent. Mr. of lower edge in medium-size 41-4 yards. Price of pattern, 10 cents. District News crly of a short visit this week. W. C. Ivcs, barrister, was in Card- ston on business last Wednesday. Messrs. Joseph Marsdcn, John Tay- lor and James E. Neilson are taking this in splendid week. The cattle are Cardston Cardston. Dec. has a few cases of scarlet fever at present. lio head caUie to win: Most of the eases are very light. A' daughter of P. P. Thomas and a child of Mr. Deane Low arc the only two severe cases and both of these cases arc improving. But the Board of Health thought it proper to close the. schools to prevent the disease from spreading No public Sathcrings have I i j T5iii- if ic been neiQ. sumed that the malady TV ill be stamp ed out in the next two weeks. Harry Dunn and children and Mrs. j Jium-s _____ West and Miss Cowcill of Mountain- j turned from a business trip to Cran-l view are going to Magrath today to! brook today. j I spend the holidays with friends and Misses Marv Tlydc and Mattie Lay-j T cock, of Raymond, are spending the: 7 E. Kelly is the president of the society and Mr. Andrews is secretary and treasurer. Miss Rhodes Ash ton left Monday for her home in Burdett. Mrs. Walters and daughter. Miss Ha zcl Walters, are spending a week in Lethbridge. Cadillac AUTOMOBILES T. S. McKenzie, Dist Agent BAN-D OR class union music. M-usic for all occas- ions. For particulars, phone 2S8. FO lots on Bruce St, at apiece. T. E. Patteson. 237-0 FOR acres ap- ply Box H., Herald ofiice. 273-0 FOiL in North Ward 6 rooms. Close to Ry. track. Will sell completely furnished on smalJ payment down and easy monthly payments. Apply P. 0. Box 387. 299-Q-3 MESCELLANEOUS WANTS SITUATION good Japanese boys want any kind of family work, city or country. Apply to 641 Round street, George Koido. 10-6 SITUATION seeks engagement, hotel or dis- tance no object. Replies P. 0. 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. B. A., Herald office. Apply Box 8-6 TO RENT MADAM 'NORMAN-ProfessIonal Pi- WANTED anist and Teacher, at liberty for dances, etc. Miss Norman, teacher of dancing, 622 Crabb Street. 9-6 DAVE Upholsterer, Furniture repaired and recovered. Carpets and linoleum laid. Esti- mates given. Workshop 217 Red- path street. Box. SI. GEO. N. Mc-LEAN Genera! Cartage kinde jf teaming done satisfactorily. Coal lelivered C. 0. D. 254 Glyn St. Phone 390 P.O. Bex Orders In Early. MRS. K. L. sional Nurse. 710 Bompas Street. 9-7 for two to six months for medical doc- tor with wife and two children, ages 6 and 2 years, a small furnished house or two or three furnished rooms with kitchen privileges or board. Address stating terms to box T. R., Herald office. 13-3 FOR roomed house with furnace and fully modern, on Brunton street, also four rtfomed house on Crabb street. The George M. Hatch Land Co., phone 481. 13-1 TO 615 Round street. rooms. Apply 11-6 TO furnished front room. and furnace, close in, 812 Court-land Street. 9-6 shape and ought to bring food prices. Mr Charles Zer.ip Ml for Logan. A Ladies Aid Society was Utah todav, having been summoned; od Friday. The iaa.u-s meet at to the bedside of his father who is home of Mrs. H. E. Kelley. vcrv ill. Mr. Zcnip will return irJ Mr. McCauley has struck water on S-> I section 19, south of Spring Coulee, i jf' Mrs' Simeon Matkin of Magrath i where he has been working. "He eot came to Cardston today to spend the trater after going one hundred and iholidavs. twenty feet. FOR huse, 2 lots, Bart- St. Elk. CC; water, light, sewer. Price Good terms. L. S. Rip- lev. S-0 FOR rooms for light and shack, next to Windsor hotel. Also stable. Apply C P. Kroning. -Q-( TO room, SOS Ford St., near English Church. SUN So Does relatives there. H. S. Allen of Raymond is here in the interests of her mercantile and milling interests. holidays with Mrs. R. W. Pilling. R. W. Reetk-r, Esq., returned from Lethnridgr- today. W. R. Clarke, of Lethbridge, form-! Mr. Low, roadmaster of the A. R. Pelace S'niniiH} Parlor Ladies' and Gents' Shoes Shined. The only exclusive shoe .L shining parlor in the city. If 4- you can't come send your shoesv Satisfaction guaran- -r teed. T A trial solicited T OLIVER BLOCK ROUND STREET 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, with all rigs. Bow Island is situated only 12 miles from this land so there- fore is the most convenient point to drive from. FOR Round St., 12 1-2 d floor, with 24 75. per month, lease 1 year with privilege of 3 years' extension. Applj Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. S-C GOOD PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN EVERYBODY FOR 7 rooms, electric light, bath and furnace. No. 101 London Road. The Alberta Securi ties. Ltd. 5 FOR room new cottage W. R. Dobbin. Southard block. 5- 75 LIVERY, FEED SALE STABLE o XV X V BOW ISLAND FOR Round St., 12 1-: x 50 grounC floor, with basement 24 75. per month, lease 1 year wit privilege of 3 years' extension. 4- TO nmy modern house o Ernest St.. close to Dufferin. Ap ply to The C. B. Bowman Agency. 07-C CARDERS and oard with all modern conveniences. 425 Bartlett street. 13-6 VANTED TO room, uitable for decorators and painters. Ipply White Whyte, Lethbridge Hotel. 11-6 for collections. Ve are getting tbe money for others. Vhy not for you. Lethbridge Special- y Co.. Box 2053, Pnone 439. Rsom Shepard Block. LOST AND FOUND cheque on Bank of ommerce, dated Dec. -4, amount payable to Lambert Taylor. Finder return to Box 83. City P. O. 9-6 Little Bow and Reid Hill on the Nanton trail, a 6 chamber nickel plated revolver, S2 calibre. reward on return to H. E. Hallwright Reid Hill, Alta. 10-6 FOR gray team, well matched, weight about 2790 Ibs.. cheap, can be seen at Furman's Liv- Wilson, 9-6 ery barn. Apply to W. L. auctioneer, phone 585. cheque on Commerce, dated Dec. 4, Bank of amount drawn on Lambert Taylor. Finder return to Box SG, City O. 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 coin brooch, between E. H. Wilson's residence, Redpath St. and Geo. Kerr Co. store, gold coin brooch, iiitial I. D. monogram, date Oct. 9, 1901. 2-0 Duke street and Tor- ranee avenue, one washing machine, 1 chair and I weight for horse. Finder please notify Wilson, the auc- tioneer. Phone 1S9. 2-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALf FOR South African Vet- eran scrip. R. V. Gibbon Co.. Ott block. Phone 1191. 12-0 exchange well bred five year old driving mare, also good buggy and harness as part pay- ment on Lethbridge vacant property. Address Box 1S92, City. 10-6 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. O. Box 252. S-6 To take your meals at. the on- ly aii-roxnul Restaur- ant in Leth- bridge THE ALEXANDRA CAFE ASK FOR OUR FRESH SPRING CHICKEN And Eggs, also Vegetables and Home Grown Suckling Pigs and Pork from onr farm. Ltf is for you. Also Fresh Oysters in season, any style to suit your taste, We Are Here to Please You at Any Cost N. H. MURRAY, Prop. NTBD FOR SALE OR roomed shack. Duff addition, Blk. IS. Price C. YTesUey, Wood St. S-0 "We are the largest advertisers of investments in Canada. Our clientele extends from ocean to ocean. We want representatives in every town and village, and you can make money by acting for us. We handle nothing but sound propositions which have been thoroughly investigated that will pay your friends to invest that are easy to sell, as they radicate their worth from the facts submitted. By making money for your clients, yon make friends, and business friend pay. We are at present offering stock in the Canadian Central Mines. This Company owns valuable Ilvftr claims in the rich Gowganda district, also three hundred and ninety acres oil and gas lands situated, one hour from Detroit. The Coiapany have eleven producing wells and dividends are assured. It is now selling at 70c per share. It will go to per share in a year. Its Board of Director-s are men of the. highest stand g TO shack on Hodgraan St. Duft good size, at Apply F. L. Whitney Co., Box 377, city TO room, or can I arrange to let suite of two rooms, in iSadowski Block. Apply J. B. Kelsey, Shepard Block, evenings only, or to the Canadian Real Estate Co., Bryan this yenrself. Write us for our terms 'i PATRIARCHE CO., It will pay you to invest in conditions. Stock Dealers and Investment Brokers j PAT-RIARCHE BLOCK, Old Ontario Bank Building, SCOTT ST., TORONTO i Block. 303-0 R00..1 AND for two respectable men, must be sober. Apply Mrs. Robt. Adam, 1222 Fisher street. 10-6 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO pay rent when we can let yon have money enough to build houae at 6 per cent. We loan money on all kinds of city property, on t-erms that cannot be made by others, becaiwf we get the money from where it if cheap. All kinds of farm loana ne- gotiated at 7 aud 8 per cent. Be sure and when you want money. Phone 394. Empire Land Co., Ott 3S3-0 FOR bargain, one Kruger bracelet containing nine gold coins. For particulars see the Leth- bridge Jewelry Co. for collections. We are getting the for others. "Why not for you. Lethbridge Special- ty Co., Box 2053. Phone 439. Room 1 Shepard Block. 3-0 FOR organ. cash and S10.00 a month for four months will buy this beautiful in-strument. Ap- ply to A. L. Spurrier. 305 Crabb St. FOR heating stove and pipes, road cart, lounge, double width camp bed and mattress. 431 Bartlett street. 13-S FOR and oats for sale. Dixon Matchett, phone 1456, P. 0. Box 86. 13-0 MONEY TO and insur- ance on farm and city proporty. Ap- ply the Southern Alberta and Investment Co., 4lC Dufferin street. Bryan Mock. ;