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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAiLY HERALDTUESDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1909. PAGE FOUR RANG m BOTH CAST IRON THE WM. BUCK. STOVE CO., itcd THOUGHT." THOUGHT" HAYR BROS., Local Agents SPLENDID SUNDAY SCHOOL CANTATA NOTICE Sealed tenders will be received un- jtil Feb. 15, 1910. for the erection of a school at Sweet Vr.llcy. Each ton- The Cantata. 1 he Crowning of -dcr mugt accompauied by a check given by Westminster jj-or ]o cent. payable to Board of Sunday school on Christmas Eve. was i Trustees. The board does 'lot bind a sulendid success, and delighted the 1 to accent the lowest or any ten- older of the audience I I I i LYCEUM TO-NIGHT SAN FRANCISCO OPERA CO. IN "THE GEISHA" well as the younger. The church was crowded and very nicely decorated by the yountf men's class. The claims jot' the different holidays of the year were very strongly presented by ad- vocates, and the solos, duets and chor- uses were exceptionally well render-1 ed. The by the large prim- j ary class was ;i surprise to the par- t onts. The pupils performed their j parts with the usual" zest and enthus- iasm, and the affair was voted one of the best in the history of the school. After the committee had decided tha. Christmas was the best holiday and Santa Clans had been crowned by one of the smallest girls, the tree Fdmonton. Dec. by-law j stripped of its burden and Santa for'c. 1J. K.'high level bridge carried Distributed his token of good dicer to by majority of der. Plans and specifications can be }seeu Jlt offlcc of tjie pi0neer Lum- >r Co., Hound street, Lethbridge. (Signed) E. G. HALEY, Sec. First Chance School Dis- trict, Sweet Valley, Alberta. 1-1-4 Daily Herald Market Place >uu anything to sell or w II anything this column. 25c one insertion 6 for SI VACANT FOR SALE FOR the owner, lot 28 or IT or 2C and 1-2 of 2'> or 1-1' pt' lib aim in Block 30 on the corner of Bur- '.fett ami Dui'forin streets, In the city of Lethbridge. Apply T. 0. Johnson, Sweet Grass. 1-0 lots. Nos. 35 and Block 0. Norman street, cash for the two. Apply C. Dawson, 1022 London Road. 13-15 for general work. Apply oiy Glyn street. FOR snap in house, Duff Addition, close in, two storys, modern plumbing, furnace, good basement. ____Price till Monday. Dec. 27, Aypiy to Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., 41G Dufferin street, Bryan block. 12-0 14-3 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS 2002. The vote was -'ITS for and 1TC against. register. YOU WORKING about three hundred who are on the Any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 13 years old, may homestead u quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lauds Agency or Sub- __ _ i L1 n ._, m r Aseacy for the district Entry by FOR VOTES 1 VII. I V1UU IV tm jther, son, daughter, of mterkSiiii to take wood fibre job. Apply D. Wilson, 720 Crabb street. 14'- WANTED AT plain wo- man cook, also night porter. Must be experienced and not afraid to work State wages. Island. Hotel Myrtle, Bow 14-6 harness maker at once. Apply, Win. H. Soice. Warner. Alta. 12-0 servant, highest wages. Apply Box 23. Herald. 14-0 Fourteen more davs of the Herald's i on the face of it. :but true neverthe- less. While you have been plugging steadilv alone; working faithfully or TOMORROW NIGHT I Oh What I Know About You. 1 i I i THURSDAY NIGHT The Time The Place and The Girl. FRIDAY NIGHT The Gay Parisienne SATURDAY (NEW YEAR'S) The Runaway Girl. BIG NEW YEAR'S MATINEE. The Toymaker. voting contest. Keep" this in mind, keep track of the number as they decrease, and don't wait until tomorrow to start getting one. two or three, or even five, subscriptions a day. the number jou think you will I need to swing the prize you are after, but begin to-day, for the much relied on day" to-morrow, never comes. Take a pencil, collect your thoughts; put down the all prospective sub- scribers, map out the territory, and i forthwith start anew, as it were, with i all the energy, vim and enthusiasm you had on "the day you thought of winning -the Gourlay-Angelus piano, the winter trip to California, the Parkdale lots or one of the splendid district prizes. There is still ample time for any live candidate to win out. Get busy possibly just doing1 enough to keep in the race, others have become the vic- sister monrh- -ipon and cultivation of land in each of three years. A .lornesteader may live within nine miles of his home- stead on a farm of at least SO acres father, mo- class experienced housekeeper to take immediate charge of bachelor household, box 112, Lethbridge. Apply P. 0. tim of that only too common malady, j cold feet, and have practically drop- ped out of the race. Take advantage of the chance, finish. Make Stay ;ood. in and see the Do not be a quitter. The last lap of the race is always or sister. In, certain districts a hon. -steader in good standing may pre-e-iipt a quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price S3.00 per acre. Duties --Must reside six months in each of helps to and fitnes of the j on the various entrants. but the real test 'comes in the driving finish, when the game qualities are brought to the front. The next few days should be de- voted to getting new subscriptions and filling one or more of those cash clubs, for which 20.000 extra votes are given: This club offer is advertised to close next Monday night, which leaves one more week before the finish of the contest. From now on it -will be a race animated largely by the desire to be ahead of some particular candidate. Increased Subscription Candidates who have taken short time subscriptions for three or six j months may secure credit for a full t year's vote by getting the I to increase the length of his subscrip- j FQR- tion to one year. The contestant will be given credit for the difference be- tween the number of votes- scheduled for a year. When a contestant ca.n increase the time of a subscription from one year to two years the same rule will fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has e his homestead right .and cannot tain a pre-emption may take chased homestead in certain Price per acre. DC" reside six months in ea years, cultivate fifty acres A house wor-th three erect capable and experienc- ed saleslady for the dry goods de- FOR is a pick-up. N. W. 1-4 Sec. 35, T. 17, R. 22, West 4th, Alberta. Good farm land. per acre, balance time. Look this up on your map. See how close the new railroad goes to it. It's a snap. J. W.- Moore, G24 N. L.. Taeorna, Wash. St., 10-6 FOR Block A, North Ward, Lots 32, 33. 34 and 35. Two le corners, corner Torrenco, Dry- Iddington. handles Apply Southern Alberta Loan and In- vestment Co., 41C Dufferin Bryan block. street, 6-0 FOR roomed house on two lots in North Ward. A bargain. W.H.Johnson, Round St. Johnson Block, 3-0 FOR ranches from 20 acres and upwards, within ten partment for 1st of January. None miles of New Westminster, B. C.. at but those having at least one year's experience need apply. Apply Man- ager Hudson's Bay store, Lethbridge. 13-6 man to sell floor oil, furniture .polish, bar polish and disinfectings. Must have good con- nection. Apply Box 134, Winnipeg. 13-3 in post office, one who understands money orders pre- ferred. Address, H. A. Driggs, P.M. Grassy Lake, Alta. 13-0 steady man, day work, a month, room and board. Write, Proprietor, Grassy Lake Hotel 12-0 pre- 8-0 W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. Ottawa, C_anada. N.B.-Unauthorized publication of WANTED-Office man, must be good this advertisement will not be paid Thp Se. wanted, Scotch, ferred. Mrs. Sage. for. MISCELLANEOUS FOP South African Vet- Gibbon Co., Ott Value Of Field Crops 01 Canadian Little Jappy-Jap-Jappy" ous "Chon China" "The Amor- j MISS VIVIAN GIBSON (District No. 1) and do the best you are capable of doing, for it is In the finish that the "is lost or won. Another thing to keep in mind exchange well bred five year old driving mare, also good buggy and harness as part pay- on Lethbridge vacant property. Address Box 1S92, City. 10-6 FOR SALE OH roomed shack, Duff addition, Blk. IS. ?500. C. --Westley, St. Price 8-0 TENDERS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES S Continued From Front Page The" Kissing j while ,you-are thinking is this: You -The Toy have a better chance now than you as the monkey on had at the start. Sounds a little bald .hat beautiful EALED TENDERS addressed to the undersigned and endorsed 'Ten- ders for Indian Supplies." will be re- of Asia." The chorus numbers are quite feature, and "The Geisha" promises to oe one of the biggest bits which the ever- st 10.76 bushels and Beans 23.67 and S36.19 against 42.45 bush-j 19.96 OPERA AT THE LYCEUM els and shels and against 132 bushels, 'dyaraatic or operatic world and Turnips and other roots .g nQne tOQ good {or tne theatre pat- L29 bushels and S73.36 against 373jrons of Lethbridge is being 34 Dusiicia iiuu. -Hsu.-, bushels and Hay 1.44 ton and the S16.11 against 1.30 tons and >i and comedians of the 10.30 cons and Sall Fl.ancisco opera Company, who Fodder corn, ceived at this: department up noon on Friday, 14th Jan- uary, 1910, for the delivery of Indian supplies during the .fiscal year end- ing the 31st March, 1911, duty paid, at various points in Manitoba, Sas- katchewan and Alberta. Forms of tender containing full par- ticulars may oe had by applying to the undersigned. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. j. D. MCLEAN, becretary. Department, of Indian Affairs, Ottawa. 46.35 and arfe fuimiing the second engage- mcat in this city during the past two against 11.27 tons and beets 8.60 tons and aRains 10-07 tons and per acre. The j crowded house was ac- value ol all field crops in Prmce Bci-jcorded them when they produced ward Island is In NovaLThe an adaption of the V" 319 300' in New Bruns-jFrench opera "La music b> in Quebec 071.-J Von Buchner. On previous occasions wick m Quebec w bgen agreeably 000. In Ontario, :ertertained by this clever company, Manitoba in Saskatchc-; bul Qne can quite nonestly say they wan We, crops in Prmce Edward Island was, surrounded the in- in Nova Scotia Teddy AVebb with assistants 000 in New Brunswick ;of more lnan ordinary and _a in Quebec in in Manitoba 000, Saskatchewan clever acting and the splen- Albcrta jdid singing of James Stevens, an act- TV, condition of the new crop of who is making his first appearance UK, uwu u a'before a local audience. His stage (presence is admirable, and his vocal efforts at once win him a warm spot Color Beaciy. JvO matter Icr.g- it has been CTr37 or faded. Promotes a a of healthy hr.ir. Stops its falling and removes j druS. Keens hair soft and glossy. Ro- fuse all substitutes. rmcs as iruch in. 51 00 as SOc. ize. JLs Kot a Sj-c. FOR bargain, one Kruger bracelet containing nine gold stenographer. Apply The Alberta Se curities. Ltd. 5-0 low prices. Write to Cook Ross. Front St., New Westminster, for particulars. B. C., 303-26 FOR lots, close In. Also lots In the business fine some business section of the city. W. H. Johnson. Johnson Block -297-O FOR ply Box H., Herald office. FOiv in North Ward 6 rooms. Close to Ry. track. Will sell completely furnished on small easy monthlj 0. Box 3S7 299-Q-x payment down and payments. Apply P. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS SITUATIONS -VANTEC partner to take half in- terest and manage a first class estab- shed business, preferrably a good alesman. Apply P. 0." Box 2057, Lethbridge. J4-G work by exper- ienced janitor. Apply Janitor Whit- ney black, room 1 or phone 411. 11-6 WORK man and a team. Apply Robt. Adam, 1222 Fisher street. 10-6 SITUATION good Japanese boys want any kind of family work, city or country. Apply to 641 Round street, George Koido. 10-6 BOARDERS and oard with all modern conveniences. Apply 425 Bartlett street. 13-6 coins. For particulars see the Leth- 1158, Calgary, SITUATION seeks engagement, hotel or restaurant, dis- tance no object. Replies P. 0. Box 9-6 bridge Jewelry Co. 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 TO RENT TO furnished rooms, 612 Courtland street. 14-6 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 FOR heating stove and pipes, road cart, lounge, double width camp bed and mattress. 431 Bartlett street. 13-6 inserting this ad-i FOR and oats for sale, vertisement without authority 01 theJDixon Matchett, phone 1456, P. O. Department will not be paid. Box S6. 13-0 2cf.ir Trfet Hay S Ontario ;S1.. Ion did production of 'The Toyraak- fall wheat this year standard as compared with 7o per______ cent, last year. In Alberta there isjin lhe uearts 0[ the patrons of the increase of over nine per cent.; theatre. an ii "The the Hair." C. Co., Kovark, N J. SO3P cures >rl :T-''ri ban' R, all f-t-in -kin wfr. 25c. rfruir i-c-s olthe For Sale By J. D. H1GINBOTHAM CO., LTD. ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. -I- i In fact, the entire company is a I well balanced one. as can be seen by ia glance over the program, which in- >HA AI eludes the names of such favorites THE LYCtUm Leiceslei% Campbell. Tuesday night theatre goers K Alexander Dale and excellent chorus. and over the area sown last year. "THE GEISHA" AT i l have a chance to see and JL Palace Shining Parlor I Y Ladies' and Gents' Shoes Shined. T The only exclusive shoe J. shining parlor in the city. If you can't come send your shoes. Satisfaction guaran- teed. trial OLIVER BLOCK ROUND STREET Nitice To Homesteaders 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. TO front room, fully modern, 638 Burdett street, :outh'. No woman need apply. 14-0 room or room and board. Box R. F., care Herald 14-x FOR roomed house with furnace and fully modern on Brunton street, also four roomed house on Crabb street. The George M. Hatch Land Co., Phone 481. 14-1 GOOD PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN EVERYBODY WANTED TO for two to six months for medical doc tor with wife and two children, age 6 and 2 years, a small furnishec house or two or three furnished rooms with kitchen privileges o board. Address stating terms to bo: T. R., Herald office. 13-' TO 615 Round street. Appl 11- having a lot in he city and wanting to sell cheap for ash, price not to exceed ad- ress P. 0. box city. 14-6 buy several good mine horses, Canada West Coal Co. Taber. Alta. 14.3 WANTED TO room, uitable for decorators and painters. Apply White Wbyte, Hotel. Lethbridge 11-6 for collections. We are getting the money for others. Why not for you. Lethbridge ty Co., Box 2053. Pnone 439. R-jom Shepard Block. LOST AND FOUND cheque on Bank of ommerce, dated Dec. 4, amount 300, payable to Lambert Taylor. Finder return to Box 86, City P. 0. 9-6 Little Bow and Reid Hill on the Nanton trail, a 6 chamber nickel plated revolver, 22 calibre. 52 reward on return to H. E. Hallwright Reid Hill, Alta. 10-6 FOR One gray team, well matched, weight about 2790 cheap, can be seen at Furman's Liv- ery barn. Apply to W. L. Wilson, auctioneer, phone 5S5. 9-6 LOST Marked cheque on Bank of Commerce, dated Dec. 4, amaunt S300. drawn on Lambert Taylor. Finder return to Box 86, City P. O. 9-6 TO furnished front room, bath and furnace, close in, 812 Courtland Street. 9-6 FOR huse, 2 lots, Bart- lett St., Blk. 60; water, light, sewer. Price Good terms, ley. L. S. Kip- 8-0 what probably can be termed the most: al comedy ever English stage. costumes. scenery an stage famous musical comedy ever P1 1 effects art al, that are required of the stae. l" ed on lhe inductions Mr. Healy and his Geisha" was originally pre: nitcd aasoci.ltes Daly's theatre. London, and markka T6nl t-g offering will be -The Gei- l the beginning of the series y lhat dainty. tuneful opera that operas and comedies. The tQ of plot, its novelty of s t ng... D 'nv ton and other operatic newness of costumes, all contubutea to it? enormous success. George bd-1 wardes the well known London man-1 ager, realized a fortune from this one j as it ran two seasons in Lon-! don. The cast contained j CLEANING stance, and the other roles will have able exponents. The musical gems Include Dear WORKS I The Famous For a first-class job in AND DYEING foyorites Marie Tempest.! Hayden" Coffin. Huntly Wright. Mand T or Gents'Clothes call Hobson and Letty Lind. It was wards brought to America where it; was given at Daly's Theatre. New, York with James T. Powers and a i b'hone -100 strong cast. Teddy Webb will appear in Powers' role, that, of Wun Hi. the Chinaman. Miss Mabel Day. a strong favorite here, will have thf role or Mimosa San. and will be hoard to ad- vantage in the numerous musical numbers which she sings. MISS TSnlaHe Young Mil have the bewitch- ing part of Molly Seymour, and the, fall to her. j "Leicester will have Lady Con- FOR 7 rooms, electric light, bath and furnace. No. 1016 London Road. The Alberta Securi- ties, Ltd. 5-0 FOR room new cottage. R. Dobbin, Southard block. 5-0 FOR Round St., 12 1-2 x 50 ground floor, with basement 24 x 75. per month, lease 1 year with privilege of years' extension. 4-0 WHNTED TO tuny modern house on Ernest St., close to DufTerin. Ap- ply to The C. B. Bowman Agency. 97-O TO shack on Hodgman St. Duff additionfi good size, at month. Apply F. L. Whitney Co. Box 377, city We are the largest advertisers of Investments in Ca: ,cean to ocean. We want representatives in every nada. Cadillac AUTOMOBILES T. S. McKenzie, Agent Phone 274 P.O. Box ?v47 (j5-et your Orders in Ea-rly. Our clientele extends from and village, atitl you can ocean to ocean, we want 0 3 j make money by acting for us. We handle nothing but sound propositions which have been thoroughly investigated -ones that will pay your iriends to invest that are easy to sell, as they indicate their worth from the tacts submitted. Bv making money for your clients, you make friends, and business friend pay. We are at present offering stock in the f'nnadiaB Central Mines. This Company owns valuable liver claims in the rich Gowganda district, also three hundred and ninety acres oil and o-as lands situated one hour from Detroit. The Company have eleven producing wells and dividends are assured. It is now se'ling at 70c per share. It will go to per share in a year. Its Board of Directors are men of the highest stand g. this yourself. Write us for our terms conditions. It will pay you to invest in x On Sunday night, lady's open 'ace gold watch with the Initials "M. H.M." engraved on back. Finder will office, Crabb St. 8-0 coin brooch, between E. H. Wilson's residence, Redpath St. and Geo. Kerr Co. store, gold coin brooch, initial L D. monogram, date Oct. 9, 1901. 2-0 Duke street and Tor- ranee avenue, one washing machine, 1 chair i tic weight for horse. Findor please notify Wilson, the auc- tioneer. Phone 1S9. 2-0 BOARD AND respect- able persons, bath and furnace heated Apply 406 Westminster Road, nearly opposite school: also store and base ment for rent. 14-6 MONEY TO LOAN TO room, or can arrange to let suite of two rooms, Sadowski Block. Apply J- B. Kelsey, Shepard Block, evenings only, or to the Canadian Real Estate Co., Bryan MONlST 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 of city property, on terms thfli cannot be made by others, we get the money from where it if cheap. All kinds of farm loans .gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be and see us when you want money Block. J03-0 ROO-i AND two respectable men. musl be sober. Apply Mrs. Robt. Adam. 1222 Fisher street. 10-6 BAN-D OR class union music. Music for all occas- ions. For particulars, phone 298- PATRIARCHE 'BLOCK, Old Ontario Bank Building, SCOTT ST., TORONTO 5K x 1 DAVE Upholsterer. Furnittire repaired and 55 Carpets and linoleum laid. Esti- iriven. Workshop 217 Red- "mates given. Workshop path street. Box. 81. MRS. K. L. sional Nurse, 710 Bompas Street. Phone Block. 394. Empire Land Co., Oti 252-n MONEY TO arid insur- ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Alberta Lean and Investment Co., 416 Dufferin street, Bryan Wock. 29S-0 MADAM Pi- anist and nt liberty for dances, etc. Miss Norman, teacher of dancing, 622 Crabb Street. 9-6 GEO. N. MoLEAN Cartage kinds dens satisfact-o'ri.lyt delivered C. 0. D. 9-7 254 Glyn St. Phone 390 ;