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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday, February We can sell your house or lot, quick. Lots of buyers. List with us. We will trade improved city property for land anywhere east or south of land for city property. A fine residence on two semi-business lots for only with one-half cash, balance to suit. A nice 5 room cottage on big corner lot, 10 minutes of Post Office south, for cash, balance arranged to suit. Big 10-roomed fully modern house on 3 lots worth for Will locate you on Montana homesteads. Yeiy choice land. Lethbridge Investments" Maxwell Helge rson Alberta Block LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR Fancy Box Apples Also Celery Bananas Grapes And Rhubarb We have First Class Washington POTATOES Craddock lliner Family Grocers Redpath Street Sherlock Block MISCELLANEOUS WANTS I ROOMS Alberta Gov- are holding an agricultural i school in this city beginning Feb. 8 and running two weeks. Any person who has rooms that they would rent to some of the students for that time will please notify the secretary of the Board of Trade at once. State pries and If table board can be furnished. 4G-2 of broken oxen with harness at once. J, Beard, North Ward. 45-2 REAL ESTATE housu or 1 or 2 lots, within 3-4 mile circle; have about cash, balance must be easy terms. Address Box 12. Herald. 45-6 ek NOTICE is hereby given that an ap-j replication will be made to the Legis-i Dilative Assembly of the Province of tsoivents: cl> Alberta at the next Sesion thereof' NOTICE C THE MATTER OF the estate of Charles Gater find C. H. Cowley, In- buy or rent by exper- ienced man 1-4 or 1-2 section improved land along with horses, Implements, seed, etc., on half crop payments. State Herald Want Ads Bring Results One Insertion 2 5c 6 AdvertiimenU not Exceeding 35 words, 4 Per Word Additional, Pay in advance SITUATIONS VACANT price, etc. mi. 13. C. Post office Box 15, Kelow- 45-G man for the carpet and house furnishings department. Apply Manager, Hudson's Bay Co. 46-C general servant. Ap- ply to Mrs. W. Nelland. 033 Glyn street. 4G-0 for coal and water well drilling. Meet me at the Castle Hotel from Jan. 29 to Feb. 5. Best of references. R. H. McCutch-1 general servant. Ap- eon. 41-6 yiy Mrs. Crabb, corner Glyn and Bom- StTUATIONS WANTED SITUATION farm by man and wife. German or Dutch peo- ple preferred. Apply Box F7, Herald. us farm manager or looking after dairy cows. Apply Box 1334. Lethbridge P. 0. 41-6 to dig. 100 Herald. Apply Box 42-C buy by Saturday, 50 feet north er east front on water and sewer. None but owners need reply. Box H 0 4 Herald office. 44-6 hand safe for of- lice use. State price. Address Box 1. 43-C il; company under the name "Diamond k7ter and C H Co Coal Railway Company, Limited." f Lethbridge. j m with such uowers as will enable These are a splendid buy at the present price as there is every indication of an Immediate heavy advance. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the above named Insolvents, Charles Cowley, both of the in the Province of Restaurant Proprietors, have acquire and turn to ac-jmade an assignment of their estate I have for quick sale a small block of these shares, cheerfully furnished. Phone 673. Quotations t count mines, minerals, mineral sub- i stances, land, 'water, water-pow s or licenses; ;o SECOND HAND is the good of putting away anything that you can't use or wear, such as cast-off clothing, etc.? I pay cash for old clothing, shoes, hats, guns, pistols, all kinds of musical instru- ments, trunks and Second Hand Store, Redpath Street. P.O. Box 94; -telephone 1457. 34-26 pas street. 46-0 class moulders. Ap- ply Lethbridge Iron Works. 4G-3 for store. Apply G. Beaton, cement house, Glyn street, opposite Sherlock block. 4G-G good general servant. Apply Mrs. T. McNabb, near C. P. R. roundhouse. 45-6 effects to The Trusts and Gutir-j---------------________________________ .......___ 'er- antee Company, Limited, Official As-1 List yovir property with us: For sale, Diamo'nd City school district No. signee, for the general benefit of their for rent or for a loan. W. H. Johnson, Apply giving experience, refen use and employ ail kinds of j creditors> the Provisions of the i i a, uii buildings, erections, works, plant or I o'l machinery for manufacturing, Indus-j jhe gtatutes mercantile, financial, residen- Act> bchlg chapter C of ithe Statutes of Alberta, 1907. tial or other purposes; to The creditors of the Company are acquire, own and operate all convenien- to 'uee.1 ofR- Slices for transportation; to construct, own and operate railways, Co. in the Ott Block in the of Lethbridge at the hour of _ i tram ways or roads of any kind, and !iour hl the afternoon on Thurs- particular to construct and operate thsird day ol February A. D. i _ ,----_ _ _ ?__ ._ _. Canid-i ie receiving Do You Realize What an Important Work the Kidneys Do? Do you know that every drop of vour blood goes to the kidneys hundreds of times everj- day? Do you know why? To be filtered and purified from its impurities. That is the great work kidneys have to do. Tney filter the blood. Then these impurities go to the bladder and are passed out of the body along with the urine. Do you think it possible for you to be well, unless the kidneys do this work thoroughly? It is these unfiltered causes backaches, head- aches, rheumatism, diabetes. Bright's disease, etc. They poison and interfere with the whole system. If vou have any kidney trouble Deans Kidney Pills do for you they have done for thousands of others. They cure all forms of kidney trouble, they cure them to stay cured. Mrs. Maurice Doiron, Chariot let own, P.E.I., was troubled with my kidneys for five years. They were so bad times that I could not cross the floor for the pain. I went to a doctor, but be did ma no good at all. I sent to the druggist and got five boxes of Doan't Kidney Pills, and I am glad to say that after taking them I was cured. 1 have had no trouble for nearly three yean now." .Price 50 cents per box or 3 for at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price-by Tfi'e TJ MHbum Co., Limited, Toronto, Unt. specify WOMAN ON. TRIAL railway from a point jian Pacific Railway or one of its i statement of the affairs of the said branches to or in the vicinitv of Dia- insolvents, for the appointment of in- amaigamate with, or to acquire the i Rectors and for the giving 01 direc tions with reierence to the disposal of the estate. man and wife with boy S years old, require situa- tion farm about, middle of March. Please state wages per month. Box 'i. Herald office. 45-15 Johnson block, 323 Round St. 27-0 purchase. All kinds of second hand goods. Furniture, stoves, buggies and wagons, ladies' and gents' cast off clothing, jewelry, guns and watches, musical clocks, instru- ments. Highest prices offered for raw hides orins and furs. Co., 330 New Herald office. Apply Harvard Tail- Crabb St., opposite cjualiftcd teacher fpr 1SG1. references, etc., to P. Laughton, sec.-treas., Dia- mond City, Aita. 45-0 for up-stair work and to heln in dining room, state wages Hotel "Myrtle, Bow Island. 43-G PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR lots, south west cor- ner Cutblll and London Road. Ad- dress Box 1371, city. 46-1 FOR roomed shack, 20 x and furniture. Apply to Mrs. Coutts, Wood street. 4G-G FOR live rooms, base- ment and water, lot with stable, ?500 down, balance easy. Apply James Beard, 525 McNabb street, North Ward. 4_ FOR in tots in Duff Ad- dition, four lots in block 23 at each. Terms, apply Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co.. Ltd., 41C Dufferln street, Bryan block. 45-0 FOR 9 and JO, block 18, 125 ft. frontage and two roomed shack. What offers? Cash. Box Z, Herald office. 42-12 LOST AND FOUND im- and j property, rights privileges and Cincinnati, 0., Feb. court j munities of any other company room was thronged when the trial 3Uch other powers as may be ?Hrs. Jeannette Stewart Ford" withi5ran blackmailing Charles L. Wardner, de-! faulting local treasurer of the Big uer) 1909. Four railroad, was resumed today, j The cross examination of Warrjner i was continued by Attorney Thorn-s----------------------------------------------- dyke of the counsel for the defence., Ten boys from Lord Roberts This was the fourth day on the wit- ness stand for Warriner. His state- ment on cross examination that Mrs. Ford did not know that he was short in his accounts but that she knew Every creditor cr person claiming to be entitled to rank on the estate assigned is required to deliver or send by post prepaid to the said Company. or their Solicitors at Lethbridge. Sim- jmons Shepherd, on or before the p i Eleventh day of February, 1910, par- :ticuiars Of claim, verified by affi- Solicitors for Applicant. I davit and such vouchers as the case admits of, and stating whether he holds any security for his claim or 'any part thereof, and putting a spe boys Monday night at Baptist church or between Baptist church and F. W. Downer's residence, gold brooch with diamond in centre. Reward for saleslady I FOR part of Lot 10, one who understands dry goods busi- Block 17, seventy feet frontage, Terms. New three roomed house 932 Hodgman street, on same lot, to rent, part furnished. Apply Galvin and Hat field, Ott block. 44.5 ness. Apply Box 3, Herald office. 43-G Young lady wanted for British and Colonial Photographic Co. Apply to the Manageress, rooms 102- Sherlock building. 42-G return to Herald office. 45-6 Medicine Hat local some days ago, a hunch of a dozen keys. Owner call at Herald and pay for this adv. 27-0 association of cadets in London, Eng. will visit Canada this year. They will take part in the Ontario Rifle Asso- ciation matches and will visit the prin- Saturday evening, at Ly- taat Edgar S. Cook, of Chicago, hadieipal of the Dominion. been short when he left the Big Four service, caused general surprise. It had all along been supposed that Mrs. Ford knew of Warriner's shortage, and that he had paid her money to remain silent It also has become apparent that ..arrlner does not intend to accuse Cook of blackmail. He .repeatedly de- clared that Cook has never extorted i of available Dominion land in Mani- SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is thb head of a family, or any male over 13 years old, may hnm-estead a quarter-section cified value on such security, if any, ceum or on Crabb St. between Lyce- in accordance with the said Act. And notice is further given that af- ter the said Eleventh, day of February. 1910, the said company will proceed to distribute the estate of the in solvents under the said Act having regard only to the claims of which it shall have notice at such time of distribution. Dated at Lethbridge this 29th day of January, 1910. The Trusts Guarantee Company. Limited, Official Assignee, By its Solicitors, Simmons Shepherd. um and CourUand St., lady's mink Reward if left at Herald office. 42-6 for Wesley Meth- odist Church. Apply to Geo. Whelen. Box GS7, or Phone 1115. 42-li FOR house on Crabb St. near London Rrcid, modern plumbing installed, price very easy terms Apply to Southern Alberta Lo'an and Investment Co., 416 Dufferin street, Bryan block. 43-0 good general servant Apply Mrs. H. J. Gordon, 1008 Court- land St. 41-6 class planer aian charge of middle of wages, Peter McLaren, murmore two machines, March. Appiy scaling FOR good lots on Hodge- man street; Price per pair; easy terms. Apply to Southern Alberta Loan and investment Co., 416 Duffer- in street, Bryan block. 43-0 M-0 bay mare mule; left eye out. collar marked and saddle mark on back. One buckskin stallion with white streak on forehead, one white foot, collar mark and saddle mark. Reward of S20. Write R. A. Baylor. Box city P. 0. 42-G money from him, but that he supplied him with funds for the purpose of toba. Saskatchewan or Alberta. applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Asencv or REFUTES STATEMENTS Lethbridge, Aha., Feb. 4, 1910. The Editor Lethfaridge Herald; you allow me space in your columns'to refute the statements of a letter in the columns of the La- bor Bulletin of February 1st, under keeping Ford silent, as she was! Aeency for the district Kntry equally dangerous to both of them. Proxy may be made at any -agencv I on certain cenditioas 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 oE his home- stead on a farm ol at least 30 acres solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son. daughter, brother or sister. WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, Feb. opened 1-8 higher to 1-4 lower and closed 3-S to 1-4' lower. Our markets opened a shade over yesterday's closing prices and after a show of strength slid away closing weak at the bottom. World NURSES TRAINING IMPLICATIONS for nurses in tra'n- on the staff of the Mfsericord- ia Hospital, Edmonton, will be receiv- ed up to Febrary 15th, 1910. The course consists in general, sur- srioal and obstetrical nursing For full particulars apply SISTER SUPERIOR, Misericordia Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta. night between Coal- dale' Hotel and German's store, a let- ter addressed to Chas. Marshall from Bingham, Utah. Finder please notify or leave at KBIT'S grocery. 43-G my premise? on Jan. 29. one iron grey shod gelding; no brand Apply 952 Burdett street. 44-6 LAND FOR SALE to do general work for family of two. Apply 1257 Bompas St. 42-6 TO RENT FOR furnished rooms. Johnson bjock, 323 Round street. 46-3 FOR RENT A new cottage on south and lot 50x125, N. Ward. down balance easy month- ly payments. A cash price value on long terms. Apply P.O.Box 1997. 30-ox FOit In North Ward 6 rooms. Ciose to Ry. track. Will sell completely furnished on pmaij payment down and easy n. payments. Apply P. 0. Box 3S7. 299-0-J MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE __ _ side MaeKay street, North Lethbridge, I FOR SALE-Small cooking stove, four second west of Westminster holes> in good ?9, A FOR acres west of War- ner, S miles, good house, and barn, a spring on the farm. Warner. 17-4-1S, Box 61. 36-12 shipments for Monday are estimated In cenain dhtdct5 a hon_.steader at nearing twelve million bushels. All in good standing 3iay pre-fc.iipt a the heading "Royal that Jt wag ,n ft posi. signed by "L. C. Whyte, recording j tton for of snow covering. secretary Lethbridge Trades and Chicago opened, May 109 7-8; July, other news Is mostly bearish. The quarter-section alongside his home- only ray of hope the bulls had ihe modern miller report that there deterioration in the winter wheat bor Council." 100 3-S; closed. May 109 1-4; July. Lethbridge Trades and Labor Coun-, cil desire to be put on record as hav-j Minneapolis opened. May no 1-2; inK given no instructions to have any 109 _.S; dogedf Jfay 109 -.g. such communication sent out from that body. ii is constitu- tional that the "secretary" write all j communications. reside six months in each of six .years from date of hemesteiid en- try (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extni. A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- FOR SALE This proposition will pay its way. Will rent 1-2 sectien irrigat- ed land miles from Lethbridge. 9 room house, cistern, cellar and tele- Thos. B. Molley of Winnipeg, was phone. Stable22 horses, SO acres in nominated on Tuesday as Liberal can- didate for Carillon in the cominc el- ections. Yours respectfully, H. A. Mavecty. Secretary L. T. L. C.: July 109 1-8. Winnipeg opened, February 102 3-4; iMay, 106 1-S bid; closed, Feb. 102 1-4; May. 105 1-2. closed. Feb. 36 3-4; May, 39 !5-S. tain a pre-empt' m may take a pur- 1 chased homestead in certain districts.! Price 53.00 per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultvate fifty acres and erect a house worth W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. Ottawa, Canada. publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. FOR SALE Quarter or south half of Sec. 4-10-34, West of the 4th M. This land can be bought cheap 125 acres broken; two gran- arise: all fenced; good water; 1 1-2 miles from siding; 4 miles from Monarch. 1-2 sec- tion adjoining can be bought at same price. Will pay good commission to anyone selling any part of this section. For further particulars apply H.S.VANBUREN TO 710 Bompas street. room. Apply 4G-6 TO lady only, nicely fur- nished room in private home, modern conveniences; breakfast included. Apply 53 Argyle avenue. 45-0 east. 45-Gx FOR No. 1 Century View camera, including carrying, case and outfit complete, absolutely new, excel- lent lens. Apply E. Matthews, Blair- more. Alta. FOR Kootenay range stove, three months hi use; 1 extension ta- TO room, suitable [ble almost new- APPlv "27 Crabb St. two gentlemen. SOS Ford street, near 44-G English church. 44-G fall wheat, stubble mostly irrigated, j for light housekeeping. 515 Crabb worth hay produced annually, j street. 43-0 Renter must buy for (No cash if secured by real estate) all __ JFOR Or will sublet with cue TO Furnished rooms, suitable -var's !ase- contents of ten rooms' machinery, cattle, horses and house- hold furniture. Big chance to make 50 to 100 per cent, off these brood mares, stallion and butter cows. Terms to suit. Apply S. A. Snell, Lethbridge, Alta., Box 63, or at farm' Phone 106 Rural. FOR new two room house with kitchen at Mine No. 6. Apply P n 43-G FOR section' for sale six miles from Lethbridge. Could be Irri- gated. Stock water at river. 20 per cent cheaper than unimproved adjoin- ing land. House, barns, corrals, new seeder, binder, double plow, 20 per cent. off. Box 1301, Lethbridge post office. 45_6 CALGARY, ALTA. We'd never lose you as a cus- tomer because our goods lacked value (especially these or our store service or quality -With DRESSER AND STAND- bevel plate mirror EXTENSION elm golden oak, or mission finish. bevel plate mirror ?.ny color of velour or tapestry RUGS BED any color C of velour or tapestry LINOLEUMS wool nil sizrs and designs EVERYTHING IN HOUSE FURNISHINGS LETHBRIDGE FURNITURE 4-'4 COMBINATION BOOK CASES AND DESKS with bevel plate mirrors adjustable shelves PARLOR golden oak or mission finish...... MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN-Why pay rent when we can let you have money enough to build your own house at 5 per cent. We loan money on kinds of city property, on terms that cannot be made by others, we get the money from where it cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne gotiated at 7 and 3 per cent. Be sure and see ua when you want money Phone 394. Empire Land Co., Ott Block. 252-0 MONEY TO and Insur- ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., 416 Dufferin street TO unfurnished rooms suitable for housekeeping, four doors west of Jobbing Co. Apply 312 Red- path street 43-6 TO roomed house with furnace, rent ?20. Apply 946 Burdett street, Duff Addition. 43-6 TO romed No. 422 Smith street, per month. Apply 420 Smith street 43-6 TO front room, suitable for two respectable men. Must be sober. None other need apply. 1222 Fisher St. Mrs. R. Adam, 41-6 TO furnished rooms suit- able for light housekeping. Furnace, use of piano. No children. Terms moderate. 819 Crabb St. (South.) 40-0 Xentral Iocation. Apply by letter, Box F. A., Herald office. 44-6 FOR two chair barber shop, no cash down, or to rent Apply P. 0. Box 4S, Card- 43-6 month, ston. COMPLETE ARTESIAN WELL DRILLING outfits for sale cheap on easy terms or exchange for farm lands in the west; outfits capable of going from 100 to 2000 feet; exper- ienccu men furnished or contracts taKen. For full particulars address James Peat Sons. Lethbridge, Alta., Yorkton, Sask., or Petrolea, Ont. 42-2K FOR 32 horse power Reeves engine, one "Red Tliver Special" sep- arator, one wooden tank and wagon, one set 10 bottom CocUshutt plows, breaking bottoms, one set 10 stufible bottoms. Works. Apply Iron 42-6 FOR one-chair barber outfit complete, 1 set of computing scales. TO furnished room, for one or two gentlemen. Inquire B24 Crabb street, third house below new theatre. 44-6 Bryan blocK TO offices in new Al- berta block. For terms and partic- ulars apply Southern Alberta Loan iand Investment Co. 27-0 298-0 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I not be responsible for, nor will I pay any debts contracted after this date by Harvey R. Smith, formerly known as "Harvey my adopted son, and any person trusting him will do so at their own risk DATED this 29th day of January A. D. 1910. DUNCAN SMITH. CO., Ford Street NOTICE Notice Is Hereby given that the co- partnership heretofore subsisting be- tween the undersigned and Lionel Al- bertin Whyte under the style and .Irm name of Whyte Building and Contract- in? Co., has this day been dissolved. Dnted at Lefhbrirtge this 31st day ef January, 1910. B. H. WILKINSON, H. SAUL. CHAS. LEIGH. TO rooms, all white help. Apply Ros3 Cafe, 406 Westminster Road. 34-0 WANTED TO house, containing not less than sixteen rooms. Must be close in. Must be fully mod- ern. Apply Mrs. A. E. Humphries. 193, City P. O. 37-O at Wilson's Phone 585 Auction Rooms 41-6 FOR in central part of the city. Possession can be had at once. Apply Box E. W. Herald office. 41-6 FOR 2nd hand upright fnr 4__i_ piano. Cheap for quick sale. Box Hi, Herald office. Apply 39-0 1 machine to trade for land or town lots. W. R. Dobbin, South- ard block. 33.0 FOR eight bottom engine plow. Plow is in good run- r.inft order and will be sold cheap. Box B. N. Herald. 42-fi TO furnished rooms, ap- ply 612 Courtland street, close in. 44-6 FOR hand furniture. For particulars apply to Robinson Morden, North Lethbridge. 44-6 TO hnsement. 26 x 70, GROCERY FOR one of the in business section of city, stone walls! most progressive towns on the Crow's cement floor, ceiling lined, good ven-JNest railway near Lcthbridgc; stock tilatlon. For further particulars ap-1 fresh and well assorted; about S1500; ply Box 2022 city. 44-G TO large front bedroom suitable for two gentlemen with will sell outright or will sell 1-2 in- terest; capital required to handle busi- ness. balance cnn be arranged, to quick; owner interested in farm modem conveniences: ?14 per month; [property: store nnd dwelling also couple of boarders wanted. Ap- ply 425 Bartlett street. 44-6 able rents. Lethbridge, Address Box 3, Herald, 46-4 ;