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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4: The Lcttibritlge Daily Herald, Tuesday, 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 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 bouse on 3 lots worth for Good new 7 room house on Hodgman street. 8500.00 will handle. Balance easy. cottage on big lot in No till Ward near mills, will handle. Balance easy. 3 residence lots on Courtland street, each; 1-3 cash; bal- ance 3 and 6 months. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block MISCELLANEOUS WANTS I Phone 777 o 5 !u11 men have hearts- Mr- Ryder rp j to not have, and to further the I IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO CAPITAL AUTHORIZED CAPITAL PAID UP RESERVE FUND D. R. W1LKIE, Pres. HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice-Pres. Accounts of corporations, municipalities, merchants, farmers jnd private individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of and upwards received ami interest allowed from date of deposit. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: R. SEATLE, Block, Beside Berkley's Store. SUB-BRANCH OPENED Corner Ford and Westminster the Flour Mills LEAVE YOUK ORDER FOR Fancy Box Apples Also Celery Bananas Grapes And Rhubarb We have First Class Washington POTATOES by Feb. 15 for two Tifioutlemeu; two bods preferred; in modern bouse. Centrally located. State price. P. 0. Box i51. -ID-G store to rout hi business part of Lethbridge. Will buy fixtures or goods if desirable or buy a. half in- terest, iu good business. Apply P. E. P. 0. Box 175. 49-2 Craddock Family Grocers Red path Street Sherlock Block purchase small shack 'urnished or otherwise. Please state lowest price to Batchelor, Herald of- fice. 49-1 and general agents to represent us in your own territory. Our goods are now being shown for the first time in Western Canada. ?25 to ?50 a week easily made. Partic ulars and catalogue sent upon applica tion. Universal View Co., Winnipeg Man. Insertion 25c 6 Advertismenttnot Exceeding 35 words, J cent per Word Additional, Pay in advance SITUATIONS VACANT young girl to do light housework. Apply Mrs. J. L. WANTED TO teams of oxen, well broke. State price and weight. Address Adain Link, Grassy Lake, Alta. 48-15 near A. H. 1. Hound House. FOR room, Courtlaud. tOPERTY FOR SALE i FOR lots 42 1-2 ft. frontage each. Mhmead street, near London Roatl.frice ?G25.00 each. cash 4SM leiiehJUanco terms, days ply. The REAL ESTATE Small J house or 1 or 2 lots, within 3-4 mile woman to assist with [general house work from 8 to 12. Ap- Mnfioriii JH.n Snap for a few A near oi' Lori- ,.uu3C u, i wuuin iniici circle; have about cash, balance! WANTED-Uirl to do general must be easy terms, Herald. Address Box 12, 45.5 THE CANADIAN BANK OF .COMMERCE will occupy the NEW PREMISES One block south of present office On Monday, February 14th ends of his business he does not stop at stealing the honor of a grand old judge. Up to recent years the pre dominant note of American business has been 'business for business sake.' Business method justified its own ends, or rather the end justified the means, in the mind o! the man in charge. The muck-rakers got busy, and Mr. Klein wrote "The Lion and the Mouse." The play, more than all the muck-rakers, has softened the harsh note of American business. It has awakened the business conscience to the realization of the fact that business crimes for profit's sake are echically wrong. But the play is no sermon, no editorial. It is a struggle of giants for right and wrong and the result, is most gratifying. The com- pany is strong and the acts are real- istically staged. The play is well wortn the uatrcnage of all people. buy or rent by exper- ienced man 1-4 or 2.-2 section improved land along with seed, etc., on half crop payments. State work for family of two. Apply 1257 Boinpas St. 4D-0 about 1C, to help with house work and take baby out. Apply .Mrs. Weller, 51iO Bartlett St. 48-0 I OF CANADA ESTABLISHED 1S6S Total Assets Oct. 30, 19O9 Over TlieWay to Carry Money in absolute safety, when you go on that trip this winter, is in the form of Letters of Credit issued by this Bank. Besides being equivalent to so much money, always avail- able to you, and to you only, in any part of the civilized world, they are letters of introduction to thousands of banks and bankers. Ask our Local Manager about these Letters of it may save you loss and inconvenience. Money transmitted by Bank Money Order, Draft or Telegraph or Cable Transfer. Main Office cor. R9und Redpath Sts I J. R. ANDERSON Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward 1 Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. Baillie, Manager. WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, Feb. opened 1-2 higher and at 1.30 p.m. were un- changed to i-S lower than yesterday [and closed 1-S to 3-S higher. Liver- i pool failed to respond to the strength Ion this side yesterday and resulted 1 in a opening in American rnar kets, but the opening prices were the lowest of the day as markets strength- ened up on short coverings and the small increase of in the world visibles. Minneapolis Hay sold up to 111 1-2, 2 1-4 cents over the low price of yes- terday, but weakened off towards the close Winnipeg did not show off the mar- kets to the full extent' of the ad- vance. Think wheat is a sale on all rallies like that of today. Markets were heavily oversold and shorts run to cover of the quick up turn. Chicago opened. May 109 1-2; July 100 1-2; closed, May 110 5-8; July 101 1-4. Minneapolis opened, May 109 7-8; July 109 1-2; closed, May 111; July 111) 5-S. Winnipeg opened, Feb. 102 May 105 3-4; closed, Feb. 103; May It. 1-8. Oats closed, Feb. 36; Ma> 3S 1-4. Had Given Up All Hope of Trouble Cured by Mil- barn'! Heart and Pills. Mrs. Andrew Savoy, G rattan's, K.B., the year taken lick and did not think I could live any length of time. My trouble was with my heart and people told me that nothing could be done for a case vlike mine. 1 consulted the very doctors, but they could do me no good. For seven 1 could hardly cross floor. I had no pain, but was so weak nobody in the world can believe how I felt. I had given up all hopes of living and had given my littM girl to my One day a friend came to me, calling me by name, Lizzie, if I you L would try a dose of Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills as they are good for heart trouble.' My husband got. me a box, but for two days I not feeling any better, but on the fourth day my husband said, 11 those are doing you good.' I was able to say, 'Yes, I feel a good deal better this He said, 'Well, I will get you another box right away.' I took two boxes and three doses out of tha third one, and I perfectly well and have not been sick since then. "I will never be without them in my home for God knows if it had not been for Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills, I -would not have been alive now." Price, 50 cents per box, 3 boxes for at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by Tin T. Milburn Co., limited, Toronto. Oes price, etc. na, B. C. Post office Box 15, Kelow- 45-6 50 buy by Saturday, ifeet north east front ou water nnd sewer. None but owners need reply. Box H 0 4 Herald office. 44-6 HAND is of putting away anything SECOND the good 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 List your property with us: For sale, for rent or for a loan. W. H. Johnson, Johnson block, 323 Round St. 27-C 3 choice business lots Bull St. near Redpach, with at and reur. Fino chance to dou bUur money in six months. The Al- be' Securities, Ltd. 4g.G subscription agent Three lots and iu Lethbridge to handle well known ri v.iviv publication on big commission. street; one acre lot I street; two lots and build. easily be worked in spare time. Write j riving references to R. H. C., care of Macpherson Co., Union Bank Bldg.4, Winnipeg. 48-3 good general servant. Apply Mrs. Major Burnett, 622 Court- land, corner of Glyn. 47-6 r Shlre 6 Ethel Kirk. Nellie K. and an horses; single and double bar- and buggy; one cow autos. Apply wm. A. Ott, Round 48-6 once, first class horse feet on Iddington shoer. Annlv WMsnn nnd Stafford, f ar street. Thlo shoer. Smith Apply street an, man for the carpet andjjn block house furnishings department. Apply' Manager, Hudson's Bay Co. street, 47-0 purchase. All kinds of second hand goods. Furniture, stoves, buggies and wagons, ladies' and gents' cast off clothing, watches, clocks, jewelry, guns and musical instru- ments. Highest prices offered for raw hides and furs. Apply Harvard Tail- oring Co., 330 Crabb St., opposite New Herald office. 42-12 Good general servant A ply to Mrs. W. W. Neiland, 533 Glyr street. LOST AND FOUND afternoon Feb. 6th be- tween Courtland and Glyn streets and St. Patrick's church, child's ne'ck chain and locket. Monogram engraved. Re- ward. 703, Courtland St., or Room 4 utt Block. 49-6 1-4; Three children were buraed to death in a fire that destroyed an isolated Farm house at Lake Edward, a smal hamlet in New Brunswick, at mid nignt. THE LION AND THE MOUSE j parts in recent dramatic literature. "The Lion and the the cele- j "The Lion and the Mouse" is the brated play by the great American masterpiece of the play master. It author, Charies Klein, will be present- is not only tremendously strong in ed at the Lyceum tonight by the its scenes, especially at the close of Summers Stock Company. Miss Belle j the third, when Shirley Rossmore Stevenson will Interpret the role of struggles with the -Octopus for the Shirley Rossmore, the girl who dis- life and honor of her father, but the covers the human side of the great i whole of the piece has served a great tmst manipulator. Mr. Blake will' purpose in the way of acquainting appear in the character of Mr. John j the people of this continent with the Bunket Ryder, one of the strongest great manipulators of finance. For REMOVAL NOTICE The J. Brown Co. and the Lethbridge I Land Coal Co. have removed their offices from the Brown Building on Crabb Street to Rooms 1 and 2 Bank of Commerce MM MHMM MU o you Know that croup can b prevented? Give Chamberlain's Cougl Remedy as soon as the.child become hoarse or even after the croupy coug appears and It will prevent the a tack. It is also a certain cure fo croup and has never been known t fail. Sold by all druggists. LOST Large red pocket book on Mon- day containing money and papers. Re Two year old daughter oi Henry Jhearer of Delhi fell into a pail of loiling water and died a couple ot ;ours later oi injuries. ward 15.00. Return to owner. R. Hand, Windsor Hotel. general servant. A 4HIy41s6 cos: 416 Dufferln street, Bryan block! Mrs. Cragg, corner Glyn and Bon- 47-0 street. A good general Wood street. Apply Mrs. T. McNabb, near C. P. roundhouse. 43R 46JI sALE-Two roomed shack ?0 x and- Apply to Mrs 46-6 five rooms, base- _ nt nfl ase- Duly qualified teacher fvn; balance easy. Apply ity school district No. 1ST McNabb street. Mm-nT W Diamond City_________________ _ App'ly giving experience, refercnir1 (1- etc., to P. Laughton, sec.-treas., mond City, Alta. SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATION liable young lady desires positiou'Jocj. clerk in store or office. Has a .7 ledge of shorthand and typing. I Herald Box G. parcel of laundry, cuffs and collars. Owner can have same by calling at Herald and paying for this 4S-0 ZAM-BUK AT THE RINK A box of Zam-Buk in your pocket at the rink, or when tobogganing, sleighing, etc., is the best form of in- surance policy.: The pain and smart- ng of a cut, a bruise or a sprain dis- appears with the prompt application of this famous healer. Not only does Zam-Buk give relief, but it insures you against such serious after-effects as blood-poisoning, festering and inflam- mation. Zam-Buk is so highly antiseptic that disease germs are actually des- troyed as soon as they come in con- tact with it. It contains no rancid animal fats, no mineral coloring mat- party that stole the weight and strap from-the front of Addison's undertaking parlors on Fri- day last will please return the same. 48-6 Feb. 3rd a purse con- i taining sum of money and some pa- pers. Owner can have same by call- ing at 416 Burden street and paying for this adv. 48-3 furnished. Apply Jatfleld, Ott block. Gal van and 44-0 SITUATION lady would like position as good lots on Wnrf er for a well to do farmer. street; Price per ei v Box Cranbrook, B. C. ;erms- Apply to Southern A'lhPKn and Investment Co., 416 Duffer SITUATION faf street; Bryan block. man and wife. German or Dutc" pie preferred. Apply Box F7, 43-0 T u- ana Iot 50xl2o, N RSisn 9vsf3eo contrary, is made essences. Hockey ter, but, on the from pare herbal players will find Zam-Bnk particularly useful. Zam-Buk is also a sure cure for cold-sores, chaps, etc. Misss Molly Maloney, of Scotch Hill, Margaree, Cape Breton, N. S.t says: "I was very much troubled with chapped hands and cold-sores, and thought I would try Zam-Buk. It soothed the pain, and in a very short time my hnnds were quite smooth ana completely cured." All druggists and stores, 50 cents box, or post free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price. my premises on Jan. 29, one iron grey shod gelding; brand Apply 952 Burdett street. 44-6 TO -LOAN FO R S roomed ho MONEY TO pay rem when we can let you have monej enough to build your own house at 6 per cent. We loan money on all kinds of city property, on terms thai cannot be made by others, becauar 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 us when yon want money Phone 394. Empire Land Block. Co., Ott 252-0 LAND FOR SALE DEAYING Call up Phones: HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE I; Ripley Bros. FOR acres of irrigated land two miles from Stirling. Price ?22 per acre. Terms to suit G. H. Farrow, P. 0. Bos 477. 47-6 A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY Half interest in a well established up-to-date and highly respected Real Estate firm, on the line between MacLeod and Calgary, for at once. Owner is leaving for a position in the tropics and must sell. Small cash payment needed. Write, Box 23, Herald SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who the aoie he-ad of a family, or any male over 13 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 Apency or Sub Agency for the district. Entry h prexy may be made at any agency on certain cenditioHs 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 30 acres aolaly owned and occupied by him or by hia father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a hoo-'Steader in pooci standinp may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his home- Price S3.00 por acre. Duties --Must reside eix months in each of six "ears from of hemestead en- try (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted hls homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-empt' >n may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. FOR section for sale six miles from Lethbridge. Could be Irri- gated. Stock water at river. 20 per cheaper than unimproved adjoin ing land. House, barns, corrals, new seeder, binder, double plow, 20 per cent. off. Box 1301, Lethbridge pos olfice. 45-6 Price per acre, reside six months in each of three FOR SALE Quarter or south half of Sec. 4-10-24, 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 ixny part of this section. For further particulars apply H. S. VAN BUREN CALGARY. ALTA. ot, close in, ?800, cash, arae as rent. W. H. Johns son block, 323 Round Box 387. 299-Q-, land in good' settlement TO Furnished rooms acre if taken es TM" es. Ltd. ern house; can be had doubj Alberta Securitie Auntie ;le. Apply 316 Ernest sire good per Terms. The 49-6 FOR of suite ock block. Address P. 0. TO roomed and cellar, per month' Nab street. Apply F. C. Hudson's Bay stores. terms. The Albert? Reasonable lt- Securities, Ltd MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR new side MacKay street, North second west of Westminsi" and electric light. Rent E. U. Rylands, Hudson's shares on at 7oc SO, alacleod, Alta. gj safe Diamond Apply TO 710 Bompas street TO lady only" nishcd room in private hn conveniences; breakfast- Apply 53 Argyle avenue.'0 TO rle two gentlemen. SOS English church. TO for one or two 5-4 Crabb street, new theatre. new. Apply 727 Crabb St" 44-6 TO bcrta block. For terrc" ulars apply Southern and Investment Co. 7-0 TO Store in class opening for boot" lands one of the best COMPLETE DRILLING outfits terms WELL Road- For Hall, Westminster in the west going from 10 TO white help. Apply I Westminster Road. all '406 54-0 men For capable of exper- address Ont. 42-26 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. Wilson Stafford, blacksmiths an- nounce their removal from Ford St. to the shop formerly occupied by the late Mr. Keycs, Smith Street, and they will be pleased to see all old friends as well as new and hope by strict attention to business and prices to have a share of their patronage. Thanking them for past favors, we TO in business section s cement floor, ceiling, n" tilation. For ply Box 2032 city. TO suitable for two gf modem also couple of b ply 425 Bartlett remain Yours truly, WILSON STAFFORD. FOR rf good bam 12x16 Railway track. Ap SL next to TO furnished in mode Crabb St or Phoi 49-6 -.....o reason- Address Box 3. Herald 46-4 and on farm and city property. 11" Southern Alberta Loan Ply Investment Co., 416 Duffer Bryan WocK in and street. 298-0 ;