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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRJDGE DA.LY HIRALD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1909 I i i i i 9 I I 1 I I I J I 1 1 I I o 1 1 1 1 I 1 A New Stock of WILTON BRUSSELS SQUARES, in Newest Shades and Patterns arrived, and we nave elude them in our Big i and the just decided to in- Sale now on WILTON SQUARES .50. Sale price -9 x 12 feet. Regular .00 WILTON 9 x 10 feet 6 inches. Eegular For WILTON SQUARE Eegular 135.00. I 1 I I I i x 10 feet 6 indies. BRUSSELS x 10 feet 6 inches. Eegular For A big assortment of Wool Gar- pets and Mats at a discount of 20 per cent. off. Ladies'Dress Skirts! Including all the Latest Styles Voile, Panama Venetian Cloths SALVATION ARMY CHRISTMAS TREE On Tuesday night at the Salvation Army Barracks there was held the annual Christinas entertainment for the Sunday School. J. TuQ acU-d as chairman. The room was comfortab- ly filled with a gathering of children! and the older friends who enjoyed the evening's programme of recitations and songs. A heavily laden Christmas tree stood at the rear of the platform anti on either side of it sat rows of the happy children dressed in white. The Sunday School has an enrollment ot about seventy children and is super- intended by Junior Sergeant Major] Mrs. Slark, Captain Adams and Lieu- j tenant Stride also took great in-' j terest in the entertainment and no i doubt deserve credit for its success. The Army Band also helped much especially in supplying the music for the fancy girls dressed in white and carrying evergreen boughs. Mrs. Ro-J j saine deserves credit for training the' children in the various fancy evolu-j jtions. The song, "Jingle by j the little tots was also well rendered, j While the programme was in pro-' gress' telegrams from Santa Glaus j kept coming; in by special messenger, j As Santa journeyed from his new j i home at the South Pole towards Leth j bridge via Crow's Nest, bringing Mrs. Santa Clans with him he was careful 'not to lose one pjesent in this long j journey. The children lined up on the plat- j form and satis a song, "Hurrah, Hur- irah, Santa Glaus is Coming." As they were singing sure enough Santa and his wife appeared and in due time distributed the presents from the tree The Sunday School Santa'to provide a present for -each child and besides many parents and friends sup- plemented these with extras. The proceeds of the entertainment j' go to paying the expenses of the pre- sents and the extension ,of the Sun- day School work. During his speech Santa Claus explained that he had 'to move his home to the South Pole owing to having too many visitors at the North Pole. A FULL DKESS Will "Be Held on the 111 This Citv on Friday Skatino- till 12 o'clock. Don't miss this. Daily Herald Market Place yoti to or to If Anything this column. 25c one iottirtioB for SI the owner, lot 28 or 7 or and 1-2 of 25 or 1-2 of 25 and 4 in Block 35 on the corner of Bur- dett and Diifferln streets, in the city f Lethbridge. Apply T. 0. Johnscn, Sweet Grass. 1-0 SITUATIONS VACANT lady tailor. Apply Box B. D., Herald office. 15-6 book-keeper and collector, must be a good writer and well recommended. Apply to-Manag- er, the Bent ley Co., Ltd. 15-0 for general house- work. Apply 519 Glyn street. 14-3 to take wood fibre job.' Apply D. Wilson, 720 Crabb street. I4'2 WANTED AT plain man cook, also night porter. Must be experienced and not afraid to work You should be there for more reasons than one in Regular Sale price Eeo-ular Eegular Sale price Sale price Eegular Sale price 'THE GEISHA' AVASGOOD The San Francisco Opera Company made a favorable impression last night at the Lyceum producing the famous musical comedy, "The G-ei- sha." The scene of the play taking; place Japan allows novelty of stage setting and coupled with the quaint costumes, characteristic of the people of the Orient, contributed much- towards its success. Teddy Webb in the .role of the Chinaman. Wun Hi, kept the audience in laughter continually with his funny sayings in broken English. His comical actions were' mirth-provoking in the extreme. HYGIENIC CIGARS MADE WITH CLEAN HANDS With a clear conscience, a square meal and an EL PRESIDENTE CIGAR any man can be a Prince. Smoke up. W. R; WEBSTER GO. SHERBROOKE, QUE. The only cigar factory hi the Dominion run on Hy- gienic principles. Cecil Hotel 1282 Ford Street, near Flour Mills Rates per day. I Board and room 5 per week. Meal tickets 6 TIM BEDAED, Proprietor 'NOTICE Sealed tenders will be received i [til Feb. 15, for the erection of, a school at Sweet Valley. Each ten- der must be accompanied by a check for 10 per cent payable to Board of Trustees. The board does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any der. Plans and specifications seen at the office of the Pioneer Lum- ber. Co., Round street, Lethbridge. (Signed) E. G. HALEY, Sec. First Chance School Dis- trict, Sweet Valley, Alberta 14-4 MISCELLANEOUS FOR South African Vet- eran scrip. R. V. Gibbon Co., Ott Fancy Goods J We have a large assortment of Fancy Goods on hand, which are especiallv suitable for New Year's Gifts, Birth- day and Wedding Presents to clear at a discount of 25 per cent, oil Boot and Shoe In James Stevens the San Francisco j block. Opera Company have a singer of rare ability. His full, powerful and rich baritone voice was well appreciated by the audience who saw fit to ap- plaud him with great vigor. Mabel Day was enthusiastically received up- on her entrance in encore to "A G-eisha Life." Miss Bay has a voice of wonderful range and clearness. And a charinins little actress is Eulalie Young, taking the part of Molly Sca- more; she makes a decided hit. She is- -charming, cute and clever. Alexander "Dale possesses a fine ten- or voice and as Nak-emine, Sergeant of the Governor's Guide, be proved himself a capable actor. The musical numbers were all -well received and the company showed verv good talent in general. A fair crowed in atteodance. Tonight, "0 What I Know About You" will be presented. Phone 1191. 12-0 State wages, sland. Hotel Myrtle, Bow 14-6 harness maker at once. Apply, Wm. H. Soice, Warner. Vita. 12-6 servant, highest vages. "Apply Box 23, Herald. 14-0 class experienced housekeeper to take immediate charge of bachelor household. Apply p. 0. >ox 112, Lethbridge. 1 capable and experienc- ed saleslady for the dry goods de- partment for 1st o? 'January. None 3ut those having at least; xjneyyearns experience need apply. Apply Man ager Hudson's Bay man to sell flopr oil, furniture polish, bar polish disinfectings. Must have good con nection. Apply Box Winnipeg in -post office; one who .understands -money orders pre- ferred. Address. H. A. Driggs, P.M Grassy Lake, Alta. l3-( wanted, Scotch f erred. Mrs.-Sage. k pre 8-0 man, must be good stenographer.' Apply The-. Alberta Se curl Ltd. 5-1 SITUATIONS WANTED FOR HALf 'OR snap in house, Duff V.dtlition. close in, two storeys, mod- rn plumbing, furnace, good basement rice till Jan. 1, Apply to southern Alberta Loan and Invest- uent Co., 41G Dufferin street, Bryan lack. 12-0 lots, Nos. 35 and Block G, Norman street, ?160 CitKh or the two. Apply C. Dawson, 1022 London Road. 13-C OR snap in house, A.ddir'on, close in, two storys, modern )lumbing, furnace, good "basement. rice till Monday, Dec. 27, Apply to Southern Alberta Loan and nvestment Co., 416. Dufferin street, block. 12-0 OR Here is a pick-up. N. 1-4 Sec. 35, T. 17, R. 22, West 4th, Alberta. Good farm land. per xcre, cash, balance time. Look this up on your map. See the new railroad goes to it. It's a snap. J. W. Moore, 624 N. L. Tacoma, Wash. St., io-6 FOR .Block A, North Ward, Lots 32, 33, 34 and 35. Two le corners, corner Torrence, Dry- T.nd Iddington. handles Apply Southern Alberta Loan and In- vestment Co., .416 Dufferin street, Bryan block. 6-0 FOR, roomed house on two lots in North Ward. A bargain. W.H.Johnson, Johnson Block, Round J.Q FOR SALE-r-Seyeral ranches froiD 20 acres and upwards, ten miles of1 New Westminster, B. C., at prices. Write: Ross. Front St., New Westminster, B. C-. for particulars. FOR lots, close Ha. Alitf roine Abuslaess lots- sectloa y._ W. Block FOR acrei ply Box H.." Herald office. in North 6 rooms. Close to Ry. track. ?yvill sell completely furnished on smalJ payment down' 'and easy monthlj payments. Appiy P. o. Box 387 299-0-i FOR SALE OR roomed shack, Duff addition, Elk, 18 C. Westley, Weod St S-6 as teacher, book keeper, stenographer or cashier in Well good refer- must be close in ences. Apply Box A. B.- C., Herald office. 15.g WANTS or two building lots must be close in. Don't waste time unless price is' TighU Box 1923, City. 15_2 work by exper- ienced janitor. Apply Janitor Whit- ney bleck, room 1 or phone 411. 11-6 ROOM AND for wo gentlemen in private, "modern louse, terms moderate. Apply Union T man and a Apply Robt. Adam, '1222 Fisher-' street............. 10-6 Any. person who. is the sole-head of a family, or any male over 13 years may: homestead a quarter-section" of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The appliean-t must appear in person at OR organ. casb j the Dominion "Lands Agency or 8ub- and a month for four months buy this beautiful instrument. Ap- ply to A. L. ..Spurrier. 305 Crabb St. for collections. We are getting the money for others. Why not for you. Lethbridge Special- y Co., Box 2053. Phone 439. Room Shepard Block. 3-0 FOR heating stove ana Qf pipes, road cart, lounge, double width ap bed and mattress. 431 Bartlett Duties-Six month, street is-fiiand cultivation of FOR and oats for sale. Dixon Matchett, phone 1456, P. O. Box 86. 13-0 MRS. K. L. sional Nurse, 710 Bompas Street. 9-7 BANO OR class union music. MHisic for all occas- ions. For particulars, phone 298. DAVE Upholsterer, Furniture repaired and recorcred. Carpets and linoleum laid. Esti- mates given. Workshop 217 Red- pain street Box. 81. Special partment Offer to the Ladies The Edwin Burt Shoes arc being sold at a discount of 10 per cent, off regular prices. Men's Fit-well Shoes, per pair Rubbers. Overshoes. Moccasins and Moc- casin Slippers in great variety. Special re- ductions in house slippers. Call and inspect, our stock. For a first-class -job in CLEANING AND DYEING Ladies'or Gents'Clothes call at THE CITY Phone 792 DYE WORKS SUN So Does Palace Shining Parlor i? Ladies' and Gents' Shoes Shined. The only exclusive shoe shining parlor in the city. If you can't ccme send your shoes. Satisfaction guaran- teed. trial OLIVER BLOCK ROUND STREET Express and Baggage Wagon for Hire Prompt Service Phone 585 'OR bargain, one Cruger bracelet containing nine gold oins. For partieulars see the Leth-' ridge Jewelry Co. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS' iliUATION good ap_anese boys want any kind of family vork, city or. country. Apply to 641 Round street, George Koido. 10-6 ,the district. Entry by :be made at any agency conditiorjf- r father, mo- ther, sen, daughter, v jr or sister TENDERS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES QSALSD TENDERS'addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Ten- ders for Indian will be re- ceived at this department up to 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 be had by applying to the undersigned. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. j. D. MCLEAN, becretary. Department of Indian Affairs, Ottawa. inserting this ad- vertisement without authority ot the Department will not be paid. 'ipon land in each of three -years. A .lomesteader may live within nine miles of his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 acres solaly owned and occupied by him or by bis father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a hon. >steader in good standing may pre-fcoipt a quarter-section alongside bis home- stead. Price per acre. Duties --Must reside six months in each of six years from date of bsmestead en- try (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate extra, A homesteader who has exhaust his and cannot tain a pre-emption may take chased homestead m certain Priee per acre. reside six months in ea tbree years, cultivate fifty acres -lad erect a house worth W. W. Deputy Minister of the Interior Ottawa, Canada. publication pi this advertisement -Kill not be paid for. Kenora Dec. Rideout present mayor, was re-elected by ac- clamation today. Mice To Intending Homesteaders We will be pleased to drive any person looking for laud 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 12 miles from this land so there- fore is the most convenient point to drive from. GOOD PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN EVERYBODY Bratton L'YEP.Y, FEED SALE STABLE BOW ISLAND I 1 1 TO '0 furnished rooms, 612 iourtland street. 14-6 front room, ully- jrnodern, 63S Burdett street south. No woman need apply., 14-0 room or room and board. Box R. F., care Herald. 14-x WANTED TO 'or two to six months for medical doc- tor with wife and two children, ages i and 2 years, a louse or two or small three furnished furnished ooms with kitchen privileges or >oard. Address stating terms to box T. R.. Herald office, 13-3 TO rooms. Apply 615 Round street. 11-6 FOR 7 rooms, elective light, btffc. and furnace. No. 1016 London Road. The Alberta Securi- ties, Ltd. 5-0 FOR Dobbin', Grocery, opposite Police Barracks. 15-6 partner to take half in- :erest and manage a first class estab- lished business, preferrably a good salesman. Apply P. o. Box Lethbridge. having a lot in the city and wanting to sell cheap for cash, price "not to exceed ad- dress 0. box 1972, city. 14-6 buy several good mine horses. Canada West Coal Co Taber, Alta. 14.3 BOARDERS and board with all modern conveniences Apply 425 Bartlett street 13-6 WANTED TO room, suitable for decorators, and painters Apply White Whyte, Lethbridge Hotel. s_ iv for collections. We are getting the money for others. Why act for you. Lethbridge Special- ty. Co.. Box 2053, Pnone 439. 1 Shepard Block. BOARD AND respect- able persons, -bath and furnace heated Apply 406 Westminster Road, nearly opposite school; also store and :base- ment for rent. 14.5 Southard block. 5-0 FOR Round St. 12 1-2 ground floor, with basement 24 x 75. per month, lease 1 year with privilege of 3 years' extension. Round street, parcel containing silk scarf and tie pin. Owner can hare same by at Herald and paying for adv. 15-0 one solid gold watch with name James Pierce on inner 410 case. Finder return to 1208 Bompas [street and receive reward. 15-6 TO funy modern house on Ernest St., close to Dufferin. Ap- ply to The C. B. Bowman Agency. 97-O TO shack on Hodgman St Duff additions good size, at month. Apply F. L. Whitney Co., Box city 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 Block. 303-0 ROO..I AND for two respectable men, must be sober. .Apply Mrs. Robt Adam, 1222 Fisher street: 10-6 TO double front room. Furnished, fully modern, men prefer- red. 308 Brunton street. 15-6 TO rooms at 1010 Ford street Mrs. J. White. 15-1 TO nicely furnished bed- water heating-and bath. Apply 519 Glyn street 15-6 TO house on Red- path street, six rooms. Apply South- ern Alberta Loan and Investment Co. 15-6 QEO. N. MoLEAN kinds of teAtoing done satisfactorily. "telivered C. 0. D. 254 Glyn St. Phone 390 Little Bow and Hill on the Nanton trail, a S chamber nickel plated revolver, 32 calibre. reward on return to H. E. Hallwright Reid Hill. Alta. 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 Sr_ s-0 coin brooch, between E. H. Wilson's residence, Redpath St and Geo. Kerr Co. store, gold cein brooch, initial 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 189. 2-0 MONEY LOAN MONET TO pay rent when we can let YOU have money 6 per cent. We loan money on all kinds of city property, on tenwa that eannot by others, we get th% money from where it in cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne- gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be sure and'-see us when you want money. iPhone 394. Empire Land Co., Ott Block. 253-0 MONEY TO and insur- ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., 416 Dufterin street. ;