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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR THE LETHBRIDGE DA.LY HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1909. Wisking All a Happy and Pros- perous New Year, and thanking the public for their liberal patronage since our store was opene TENDER PRICES FROM IN THE HILL BLOCK On and after January 1st, 1910, we are adopting a cash system in our business. By doing so we can give better satisfaction to our patrons, and quote below a few of our many prices, which will con- vince you that you can ssve money by trading for cash at our store. SO A. R -Sc Our '2 i'or ...45c o Western Queen, reg. 25e pkg. Our price 2 for 45c Castile Lavierge. reg. 0 i'or 25c. Our price 7 for 25c Taylor's Toilet. 3 in box. reg. 25c box. Our 2Qc per box Baker's Grade Toilet, reg. 35c box. Our price .30c per box CTYi 1-? R P 20 lb- sacks reg. Our pr. toL'UAii, ii. 4 Ibs. for 25c 1G Iba for S A F Windsor 3 lb. bags. Reg. 3 for 25c Our price 4 for 25c _ Red x -U per boule _ _ 2Qc PFPKT FS _ Rod x Sour 20 oz- 2 for 45c A Gallons, reg. 90c. Our price 35c Sweet, gallonr, reg. 51.00. Our price .90c B4IviVG POWDER Magic> 12 oz- per tin V A M Coledyke 16 oz. reg. 30 at 20c Coledyke 6 oz. reg. lye. Our price I0c Coledyke, 3 lb. tins, reg. 75c. Our price 60c BAKER'S CHOCOLATE Regular 30c per cake. Our price ..25c _ Imperial Maple, l-2s, reg. 75c. Our price ____ 70c A AV U A I Ford Street West" of Post Office CO Who is R. E. Acton (Continued from Front Page.) MONEY T0 LOAN To We take this opportunity to thank all our customers for their past favors and solicit your patronage during the coining year, as- suring you of our best efforts to please avid, satisfy you with first class goods and prompt and high grade AYork. Special orders for jewelry manufacturing a specialty. Eves tested. The prisoner has been a-: a business man in a large way ami he been entertained during his .stay in the city at the commercial club arid at the home of at least one bus- iness man in the south end. Yesterday he visited three large wholesale houses and spent several hours looking over goods which v he said he wished to purchase for a store was opening in Lethbridge, Alber- ta. To one firm he gave a cheque for in part payment for goods pur- chased. He also presented to the same firm a cheque for which he asked them to cash but this re- quest was politely refused, He then went tp, another wholesale office, sha- dowed by detectives and represented that he wished to buy worth Alberta, at the next session thereof of goods. He looked over a con-L j m. no for an Act to amend Chapter 28 or siderable stock and arranged to go back an-d complete his selection to- day. He then asked the manager of Bee Hive, 5 lb. tins. Our price WALNUTS, Regular 50c per lb. Our price 40c Barbados, Galls. Reg. Our price 90c BLUE RIBBON Reg. 50c Our price 40c JAM Pure Empress Brand. 5 lb. pails, reg. 85c. Our price 75c 30 per cent, discount on all boxes chocolates. A nice assortment of biscuits and confectionery going at a greatly reduced price. Keep your eye peeled for this space every Friday for our Saturday "Specials." A trial order will convince you of a great saving on your bill. S. G. TUFF New .574 Hill Block, Dufferiu St. DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE Herald Want Ads Bring Results One Insertion 25c 6 Advertisments not Exceeding 35 words, cent per Word Additional, Pay in advance SITUATIONS VACANT one who is a typewriter and has a fair know- je of stenography preferred. Ap- ledi Ply Box A, Herald office. 17-6 Pert TV rUR FOR proposition will pay its way. Will rent 1-2 section irrigat- ed land '2% miles from Lethbridge, 9 room house, cistern, cellar and tele- phone. Stablc22 horses, SO acres in lady tailor, fall wheat, stubble mostly irrigated, Apply Box B. D., Herald office. 15-GI worth hay produced annually. Renter must buy for (No book-keeper and collector, must be a good writer and well recommended. Apply to Manag- er, the Bentley Co., Ltd. 15-0 WANTED AT plain wo- man cook, also night porter. Must be experienced and not afraid to work State wages. Hotel Myrtle, Bow island. 14-6 harness maker at- MONEY TO pay rem when we can let you have money enough to build your own house at 6 per cent. We loan money on al! kinds of city property, on terms that cannot be made by others, because we get the money from where it is cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne- gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be sui> aruj see us when you want money Phone 394. Empire Land Co.. Oti Block, 252-0 NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that ap- plication will be made to the Legis- lative Assembly of the Province of NOTICE the Statutes of 1908, being an Act incorporating the Bow River Collier- the company to accommodate him by i ies Railway company, extending the cashing a cheque -for and at this j time for beginning construction of the point the detective appeared and put him under arrest. The prisoner appears to be an Eng- lishman and is said to be a doctor of medicine, Asked by the Herald if -he had any knowledge of the affair, C. G-. K. Nourse, manager of the Bank of Com- merce here, sai-d tba-L yesterday he got a letter from a Winnipeg firm asking about ;'E. who claimed to own three sections of land n-ear Monarch. Mr. Nourse said that he knew of no such man and referred them to the Monarch branch. MISCELLANEOUS FOR iALi FOR South African Vet- eran scrip. R. V. Gibbon Co., Ott block. Phone 1191. 12-0 Manufacturers Ketailers Glyii St. Sherlock Block i TRAINED NURSE open for engage- ment. Apply Mrs. John A. Silver, Baroness Road, near Iron Works. 17-28 MRS. K. L. sional Nurse, 710 Bornpas street, 17-17 MONEY TO and insur- ance on rarrri and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., 416 Dufferin street, For a tirsb-clasa job in CLEANING DYEING Ladies' or Gents' Clothes call a1 THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 792 Dr. the post has moved his office from office to the new Alberta FOR bargain, one Kruger bracelet containing nine gold coins. For particulars see the Leth- bridge Jewelry Co. for collections. We are getting the money for others. Why not for jou. Lethbridge Special ty Co., Box 2053. Phone 439. Room 1 Shepard Block. 3-C FOR organ. cash and 510.00 a month for four months will buy this beautiful instrument. Ap- ply to A. L Spurrier. 305 Crabb St. said railway, and extending the line of the proposed railway from the present southern terminus to the town of Taber in the Province of Alberta, and thence south from the said town of Taber to a point on the International .Boundary line, at or near Coutts in the Province of Al- berta. Dated at Lethbridge this 20th day of December, A. D., 1909. SIMMONS SHEPHERD St Solicitors for Applicants. FOR heating stove and pipes, road cart, lounge, double width camp bed and mattress. 431 Bartlett street. 13.5 FOR and oats for sale. Dixon Matchett, phone 1456, P. 0. Bryan Wock. 20S-0' Block. FOR Empire State cam- era with finishing outfit: will sell cheap. R. Hodgkins. Lethbridge. Alta. 17.3 i WE THANK YOU for your liberal patronage during 1909 and WE WISH EVERYBODY TO INTENDING HOMESTEADERS On Jan. 10, 1910, there are a great many townships of land to be opened for settle- ment, in the Chin Coulee dis- trict, south of Grassy Lake. Anyone desiring to be lo- cated on any part of this dis- trict can get. full accommoda- tion at The Grassy Lake Liv- ery. With, tins last year's experience in driving land seekers, we know the country thoroughly and can guarantee satisfac- tion as homestead locat- ers. We have made arrange- ments in the country to accommodate land seekers j., HW VHJOAAt t'V night. A stage line will run between Grassy Lake and Chin Coulee on Monday and Thursday of each week. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Lethbridge will apply to the Legislative Assembly of tho Province of Alberta at the next Session there- of for an Act ratifying and confirm- ing certain money by-laws passed by the City of Lethbridge, being By-Laws numbered 53, 61, 62 and 69 and for such amendments to the Charter of the City as will enable the City to vary its form of government, either by the adoption of a Board of Control or of Commissioners, and defining their powers and the manner of their elec- tion and any other amendments to said Charter as may be deemed ad- visable. CONTBEARE, CHURCH McARTHUR, Solicitors for the Applicants. NOTICE Sealed tenders will be received un- til Feb. 15, 1910, 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 te accept the lowest any ten- der. Plans and specifications can be 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 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over IS years old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district Entry by proxy may be made .at any agency i on certain conditions by father, 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 oc-cupied by him or by his father, mother, son, iaughter, brother or sister. j In Certain districts a hon, -steader 3> j in good standing may pre-eaipt a j quarter-section alongside his home- 'stead. Price S3.00 per acre. Duties _.--Must reside six months in each of I six years from date of homestead en- try (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. once. Alta. Apply, Wm. H. Soice, Warner. 12-6 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 in post office, who understands money orders pre- ferred. Address, H. A. Driggs, P.M. Grassy Lake, Alta. 13-0 wanted, Scotch ferred. Mrs. Sage. pre- 8-0 WANTED in grocery, cap- able of taking full charge, understand book-keeping and general store, good references. Apply Box B. F., Herald office. 17-2 as teacher, book- keeper, stenographer or cashier in Alberta. Well qualified, good refer- ences. Apply Box A. B. C., Herald office. 15-6 work by exper- janitor. Apply Janitor Whit- ney block, room 1 or phone 411. 11-6 TO RENT TO furnished rooms, 612 Court land street. 14-6 TO front room, fully modern. 63S Burdett street, south. No woman need apply. 14-0 FOR W. R. Dobbin, room new cottage. 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 3 years' extension. 4-0 cash if secured by real estate) afe-' machinery, cattle, horses and house] hold furniture. Big chance to make 50 to 100 per cent, off these brood'' mares, stallion and butter cows.1. Terms to suit. Anoly S. A. Snell, Lethbridge, Alta.. Box 63, or at farm, Phone 10G Rural. 17-0 FOR a bargain; puts you in'possession, and per month pays the balance on a new 6- roomed up-to-date house, south of the Central school. The house is two- storey, has good cellar and furnace, all plumbing done ready for the wa- ter which will be in, in the spring. Do not let this chance slip, but see us today. The Canadian Real Estate Co., rooms 6 and 7, Bryan Phone 1011. block, 16-6 FOR snap in house, Duff Addition, close in, two storeys, mod- ern plumbing, furnace, good basement Price till Jan. 1, Southern Alberta ment Co., 416 Dufferin street, Bryan block. 12-0 Apply to Loan and Invest- FOR the owner, lot 28 or 27 or and 1-2 of 25 or 1-2 of 25 and 24 in Block 35 on the corner of Bur- dett and Dufferin streets, in the city of Lethbridge. Apply T. 0. Johnson, Sweet Grass. 1-0 lots, Nos. 35 and 36 Block 6, Norman street, cash for the two. Apply C. Dawson, 1022 London Road. 13-6 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., 416 Dufferin street, Bryan block. J2-0 FOIt Block A, North Ward, Lots 32, 33, 34 and 35. Two le corners, corner Torrence, Dry- in d Iddington. handles Apply- Southern Alberta Loan and In- vestment Co., 416 Dufferin street, Bryan block. g_o FOR roomed house on two lots in North Ward. A bargain. W.H.Johnson, Johnson Block, Round St. 3.0 TO fully modern house on Ernest St. close to Dufferin. Ap- ply to The C. B. Bowman Agency. D7-Q TO shack on Hodgman St. Duff additions good size, at month. Apply F. L. Whitney Co., Box 377, city TO room, or can arrange to let suite of two rooms, tn Sadowski Block. Appl-y J. B. Kelsey. Shepard Block, evenings only, or to the Canadian R-eal Estate Co., Bryan Block. 303-0 TO double front room. Furnished, fully modern, men prefer- red. 308 Brunton street. 15-6 TO nicely furnished bed- rooms, hot water heating and bath. Apply 519 Glyn street. 15-6 TO house on Red- path street, six rooms. Apply South- ern Alberta Loan and Co. 15-6 O Price per acre, reside six months in each of three A Happy And Prosperous 1910 Gallagher Sons Grassy Lake, Alta. years, cultvate fifty acres and a house worth erect W. CORY, i Deputy Minister of the Interior. Ottawa, Canada. publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. Nitice To Intending 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 rooms in warm modern house, near Central School. Apply 606 Ashmead street. 16-6 POR 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. FOR fine residence iots, close in. Also some business lots in the business section of the city. W. H, Johnson. Johnson Block l'97-O FOlt In North Ward 6 rooms. Close to Ry. track. Will sell completely furnished on small easy monthlj 0. Box 3S7 299-0-31 payment down and payments. Apply P. FOR SALE OR roomed shack, Duff addition, Blk. IS. Price C. Westley, Wood St. 8-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS for a client, one to three lots for residential purposes.. Will pay spct cash. Auuiy Canadian! Real Estate Co.. Rooms 7, Bryan Block, Phone 1011. is-ff digging. RrtV r> r Apply tor- FOR modern 7 roomed 7 roomed house on Argyle avenue. The George M. Hatch Land Co., Oli- ver block. 1G-2 TO room house with light and water on Wallwork street, North Ward, per month. Ap- ply R. Burgess, 415 Ashmead street. 17-2 replyins 1923. City. is right. Bos 15-2 ROOM AND for two gentlemen in private, modern house, terms moderate. Apply Union Grocery, opposite Police Barracks. 15-6 TO five roomed cottage, fully modern. Applv to Rex preferrably a 1232 Redpath street Phone 749, Apply P' Bo3: Lethbridge. 17-6 TO warm furnished room. Apply 638 Coutts St. 17-0 LOST AND FOUND f I 1 i ('T> 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 one solid gold watch with name James Pierce on inner case. Finder return to 120S Bompas street and receive reward. 15-6 partner to take half in- terest and manage a first class estab- good 2057, 14-6 GOOD PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN EVERYBODY Beattie Bratton LIVERY, FEED A SALE STABLE BOW ISLAND office, Crabb St. S-0 coin brooch, between E. H. Wilson's residence, Redpath St brooch, initial I. D. monogram, Oct. d, 1901. having a lot in. the city and wanting to sell cheap for cash, price not to exceed ad- dress O. box 1972, city. 14-6 buy several good mine horses. Canada West Coal Co. Taber, Alta, 14.3 BOARDERS-- board with all modern conveniences. Apply 425 Bartlett street. 13-6 WANTED TO room, suitable for decorators and 'painters. Apply White Whyte. Lethbridge Hotel. 11-6 one solid gold watch with nanfe James Pierce on inner case. 'Finder return to 120S Bompas street and receive reward. 16-6 for collections. Why for you. Lethbridge Special- ty Co., Box 2053, Pnone -139. R-.OTO 1 Shepard Block. bunch of keys on the square Finder return to Box 54 or Rev. T. P. Perry, Redpath street. 17-0 brown gauntlet. Call at Herald office and pay tor adv. 17-3 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 BANHD OR class union music, Music for all occas- ions. For particulars, phoce 298. ;