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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 The..Liethbridge Dally Herald, Wednesday, February 1010. TA trade citv property for land anywhere- east or south of la: d lor city property. A nice 4 room cottage on big lot in iS'orth Ward, near the mills for cash; balanceto suit. A uico 5 room cottage on big corner lot, 10 iniuutos of Post Offiuo south for cash, bnlauc to suit. Big 8 room two story house 5 blocks of square. 8700 will handle. Balance per month. Fine residence lots in Duff Addition, up. 1-3 cash, balance 3 and 6 months. Three good residence lots on London lload, each. 1-3 cash; balance 3 and 6 months. Good 5 room cottage on 4 lots' in North Ward, cash; balance to suit. Will locate you on Montana homesteads. Very choice land. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON I I I I I i i I fr I I MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Alberta Block Phone 777 LEAVE YOUK ORDER FOR Fancy Box Apples Also Celery Bananas Grapes And Rhubarb We have First Class Washington POTATOES j Craddock Viner; Family Grocers Redpath Street Sherlock Block I of oxeu wanted, must! T i be broken to work; also puir horses, weight 1400 or 1500 Ibs. Apply Stow- art McLeary, Little Wiggaii, Leth- bridge. 50-2 by Feb. 15 for two gentlemen; two beds preferred; in 4- i modern house. Centrally located. State price. P. 0. Box ial. 4D-G IMPERIAL BANK OP CANADA HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO CAPITAL CAPITAL PAID UP.................................... RESERVE FUND D. R. WILKIE, 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 51.00 and upwards received ami mteresr allowed, from date of deposit. LETHBRIDGE: BRANCH: W. R. SEATLE, Block, Beside Bentley's Store. SUB-BRANCH OPENED Corner Ford and Westminster the Flour Mills store to rent in business part of Lethbridge, Will buy fixtures or goods if desirable or buy a half in- terest iu good business. Apply P. E. C. P. 0. box 175. 49-2 purchase small shuck furnished or otherwise. Please state lowest Batchelor, Herald of- lice. 49-1 and general agents to represent us in your own territory. Our goods art now being shown tor the first time in Western Canada. ?25 to a week easily made. Partic- ulars and catalogue sent upon applica- tion. Universal View Co., Winnipeg, Man. 49-2 WANTED TO teams of oxen, well broke. State price and weight. Address Adani Link, Grassy insertion Insertions Advertisments cent per Word in SITUATIONS VACANT young girl to do light housework. Apply Mrs. J. L. Davis, aear A. R. I. Round House. 4D-1 to do general house- work for family of two. Apply 1257 Bompas St. 43-0 Lake, Alta. 4S-G AT THE THEATRES BUMPER AT "THE LION AND THE MOUSE" Another bumper crowd greeted the Summers Stock Company last night j a: the Lyceum in presenting Charles Klein's famous political melodrama, i "The Lion and the Mouse." i This is a play of the present day working of capital and its influence politically. The story of "The Lion and the Mouse" is told in vivid and REAL ESTATE house or 1 '_or 2 iots, within 3-4 mile circle; have about cash, balance must be easy terms. Address Box 12, Herald. 45.0 subscription agent in Lethbridge to handle well known publication on big commission. Can easily be worked in spare time. Write giving references to R. H. C., care of Macpherson Co., Union Bank Bldg., Winnipeg. 48-3 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH. WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is thfc of a family, or any male over 18 years old, may honwatead a quarter-section buy or :ent by exper- j ienced man 1-4 or 1-2 section improved [land alons with implements, seed, etc.. on half crop payments. State etc. Post office Box 15, Kelow- na, B. C. 45-G SECOND HAND is the good of putting away anything i t I v- jj w fc, o. n tlii j IU1U.K or available- Dominion land m Mam- that you can't use or wear, such a! -Vbelta- The, cast-off clothing, etc.? I pay cash -i for old clothing, hats, guns, pistols, all kinds of musical instru- ments, trunks and Second Hand Store, Redpath Street. P.O. Box 94; telephone 1457. 34-26 applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry hv proxy may be made at any agency out fault in a stron ner. Miss Belle Stevenson, taking the O THE SUN TYPEWRITER Visible Writing Heavy Manifolding Perfect Work Extreme Speed We are also Agents for the Victor Safe and Lock Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio. Get our prices on safes and save money. SHE WASJURPRISED When Dr. Morse's Indian Roo: Pilis Cured her Chronic Liver Complaint realistic style and -was produced with- f on certain conditions by father, mo- an d capable" man- thei> son- daughter, brother or sister of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land In eacfc of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles oi his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, part of Shirley Rossmore, lent herself to the task of interpreting one of the main characters of the play with ex- cellent skill. Miss Stevenson is an actress who compels admiration with of order. Mrs. R, Smith, of Winnipeg, Man., an interesting story of relief from alino" intolerable sufferings: "I can hardly tell yon how great my sufferings have been. Chronic liver com- plaint accompanied by biliousness were a experienced the sickening effect: of these ailments. I longed for some medi- cine that should permanently drive them away. Hearing of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, I thought they were worthy of a trial My surprise was indeed great. From the very first I experienced relief. Continuing with them I found my troub- _ les were slowly but surely leaving rnc, and before long I once more knew what it was to be free from the harassing ef- fects of the ailments that had long sick- ened and weakened me. So great is my faith in Dr. Morse1! Indian Pills that I shall neTcr en any account be without Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills cure Bowel and Kidney as well as Liver troub- les, and keep you healthy. 25c a box at your dealer's. 14 EMANUELLA TONIGHT i For the third time on any stage In I Canada, Emanuella will be presented by the Jeanne Russell company at i the Griffith theatre tonight. The play is from the pen of Helen Ripley of Boston, Mass., who for several sea- In certain districts a horn -steader Jewelry, guns aud in good standing may a quarter-section alongside his home-, stead. Price per acre. Duties --Must reside aix months in each of 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-empt4in may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. purchase. All kinds of second hand goods. Furniture, stoves, I buggies and wagons, ladies' aud gents' j watches, clocks, musical instru- Surveyor, Whitney block. on Crabb street; two lots and build- ings on Glyn street; three lots Bom- pas street; imported Shjre stallion G years old; Ethel Kirk, Nellie K. and other horses; single and double har- ness and buggy; one cow and two Ford autos. Apply Wm. A. Ott, Round Street. 43-6 FOR feet on Iddington avenue, near Dryden street. This is a good buy at with easy terms. Apply Southern Alberta Loan and In- vestment Co., 416 Dufferin street, Bryan block. 47.0 50-1 tcast off clothing, sons has been one of the highest paid reside six months in each of three ANOTHER UNIONIST contributors to Everybody's and Scrib- ner's magazines. After seeing the ability and studying the personality Miss Russell, Miss Ripley -wrote the comedy "Emanuella" especially for Miss Russell and its first production was given under the personal direc- tion of Mr. Chas. Frohman in New York. It was given its first Canadian production in Edmonton last summer, where it made a tremendous hit and j run for one solid week to capacity s business. It is an exceptionally clever I comedy and is probably the best offer- ing of the Jeanne Russell company. It gives great opportunity for scenic ELECTED AT ABERDEEN. jeffects for vhlcn the company are al- Glasgow, Feb. Henry Craik, j famous. j former Unionist member of parliament i for Aberdeen tmiversty, was re-elected yesterday over Mr. Pollock, Unionist Free Trader, by a vote of to 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. ments. Highest prices offered for raw hides and furs. Apply Harvard Tail- oring Co., 330 Crabb St., opposite New Herald office. LOST AND FOUND Steam Brick Yard and McBeth street, North Ward, a black velvet bag containing a sum of money. Apply Herald office. 50-6 SITUATION steady, re- liable young lady desires position as clerk in store nr office. Has a ledge of shorthand and typing. Apply Herald Box 5. 49-6 FOR real snap, 4 room new cottage. North Ward, on 31 foot lot, price ?250 will handle this. Apply S. A. Loan and Investment Co. Ltd., 416 Dufferin street, Bryan block. 47-0 FOR roomed shack, 20 x and furniture. Apply to Mrs. Coutts, "Wood street. 46-6 FOR five rooms, base- ment and water, lot with stable, down, balance easv. SITUATION farm by man and wife. German or Dutch peo- ple preferred. Apply Box F7, Herald. Beard, 525 Ward. McNabb Apply street, James North 45-6 by the day or at home. 815 Redpath, opposite Doctor Mewb urn's. 50-6 FOR 9 and 10, block IS. 125 ft: frontage and two roomed shack. What offers? Cash, office. Box Z, Herald 45-ox roan pony, blaze face, brand inverted S on right thigh. Stony Indian brand. Finder notify P. Burns I TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN NIOBE TONIGHT In selecting the three-act farce com- for presentation at-the j Lyceum tonight, the Summers Stock I company do so with the conviction that it is one of the best comedies on MONEY TO Why 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 thai cannot be made by others, we get the money from 'where it cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be sure and see us when you waat money Phone 394. Empire Land Co., Ott Block. 253-0 Golden West Realty Go, Phon'e 623 City Agents NELSON APPOINTMENTS Victoria, Feb. P. Roe, of Victoria, has been appointed regis- trar of land titles for the Kootenay district, the appointment to date from Feb. 15. He succeeds the late H. J. Jorand of N7elson. John T. Black of Nelson has been appointed chief constable for the West Kootenay police district, from Feb. 1. WINNIPEG MARKETS Feb. 9 -Cables opened th7 -_____ higher and closed lower. The wheat abounding in tne most screamingly markets opened weak under yester- fuany situations and surprises. Tjn. days close, being influenced by the j likfi most farces> there fa a strong weakness in Liverpool. The midday plot woven throughout the entire lay> market showed to lower. Prices on this side held fairly stea- all day, closing a fraction under the opening. Winnipeg was weak today, closing K. Ai ISiJJ. Ui-ICi 4 U-lUa XJi. XI -I lower Lhan the opening. The gen- bes and d into ft hands cral opinion among gram men is that Florentine in the The story deals 'with the animation of Niobe, wife of Amphion, king of The- bes, who had been turned to stone more than years ago. The stat- ue was taken from the ruins of The- our markets will have to line as we are now two to cents higher than cable bids. Foreign countries are selling wheat freely at lower prices and as long as this continues the exports from this side will be small. The news contin- ues bearish and world's shipments will again be large this week. Chicago opened, May L10J; July closed May 110 J; July JOl. Minneapolis opened May JuJv 110J; closed, May July Winnipeg opened Feb. 1021, May 106; closed, Feb. May 103J.. Oats closed Feb. 35J; May year 1775, and in 1S25 was purchased by Lord Clemins to be later purchased by Jef- ferson Tompkins, who for safe keep- MONEY TO LOAN Leans and insur- ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., 416 Dufferin street. Bryan WocK 298-0 and Co. 50-6 TO furnished close in, hot water heating. grey horse, branded 5 H I 519 Glyn street. on left hip. and Co. Finder notify P. Burns 50-6 rooms, Apply 4S-6 FOR good lots on Hodge- jman street; Price ?9iO per pair; easy j terms. Apply to Seuthern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., 416 Duffer- in street, Bryan block. 43.0 afternoon Feb. 6th be- tween Courtland and Glyn streets and St Patrick's church, child's neck chain and locket Monogramsengraved. Re- ward. 703 Courtland St, or Room 4 utt Block. 49.6 Large red pocket book on Mon- day containing money and papers. Re- ward 55.00. Return to owner. R. Hand, Windsor Hotel. 49-2 FOR roomed house, and lot, close in, ?800, ?200 cash, balance same as rent. W. H. Johnson, John- son block, 323 Round street. 4S-6 TO rooms In mod- ern house; can be had double or sin- gle. Apply 316 Ernest street 48-3 FOR and lot 50x125, N. Ward. ?50 down balance easy month- ly payments. A cash price value on long terms. Apply P.O.Box 1997. 30-ox FOR acres, 40 miles east of Lethbridge, near railroad; good land, in good settlement per acre if taken at once. Terms. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 49.5 FOR of suite in Sher- lock block. Address P. 0. box 2034. 47-6 parcel of laundry, cuffs and collars. Owner can have same by calling at Herald and paying for this adv. 48-0 TO roomed house, water and cellar. S10 per month; 523 Mc- Nab street. Apply F. C. Hudson's Bay stores. Seabrook, 47-6 FjOR new cottage on south Pa? 2He second west of Westminster. NOTICE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE is hereby given that the City of Lethbridge will apply to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Alberta, at the next sittings tbereof, for an Act, extending the .Boundaries of the said City, by adding thereto, the North Halves of Section twenty- nine (29) and thirty (30) and that portion of Section thirty-three (33) ly- ing to the South and West of the Westerly Boundary of the right-of-way of the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company's railway as now located through said Section, all in Town- ing has It deposited with the presl- ship eight and the East Half of uent of the insurance company. Dunn, the prewdent, was having his house wired. The workmen at the end of the day left a coil of live wire at the feet of the statue and when the cur- rent was turned on at night it passes through the statue, restoring respira- tion and circulation. Then the fun I starts with a rush. The untangling of the mystery Is worth while seeing. This play must not be confused with _________________________________________________ any Play such as The Sultan's Daugh- I Ivvv! t I I I !ter or any of tnose; this one is in a A class by itself, and is different in ev- 4- cry respect, but the animation. Don't Frederick W. Brown. Manager ALL THIS WEEK MISS JEANNE RUSSELL AND THE JEANNE RUSSELL CO. ASSISTED RY THE BALMOEAL CONCERT CO. I forget at the Lyceum tonight POLICE COURT T Two drunk and disorderly cases were dealt with at the police court T this morning, fines of ?3 and and the Northwest Quarter of Section six in Township nine and Range Twenty-one (21) West or the Fourth initial Meridian; and that portion of the Northeast Quarter of Section Twenty-five 25) Wuich lies to the east of Belly River, in Township eight (8) Range Twenty-two (22) West of the Fourth initial Meridian. DATED this Twenty-first Day of January, A.-D. 1910. Conybeare, Church McArthur, Solicitors for Applicant. Addison's undertaking parlors on Fri- day last will please return the same. 48-6 Feb. 3rd a purse con- taining sum of money and some pa- pers. Owner can have same by call- FOR home, 9 rooms standing in .beautiful grounds. Also carriage house, stable and garage close in. Price Reasonable terms. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 49-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR shares Diamond Coal, immediate sale at 75c. Box 89, Macleod, Alta. aud electric light Rent 515. Apply E. U. Bay Co. 46-61 FOR SALE_20 shareg 49-6 TO 710 Bompas street. room. Apply 46-6 ess Telegraph stock. share. Reg- ular price Box 327, Lethbridge. 20-0 ing at 416 Burdett street and paying T0 lady only, nicely fur- T Tn i-o fo a TYI ot-n for this adv. 48-3 LAND FOR SALE FOR acres of irrigated land two miles from Stirling. Price ?22 per acre. Terms to suit G. H. Farrow, P. 0. Box 477. 47-6 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, bams, corrals, new seeder, binder, double plow, 20 per cent. off. Box 1301, Lethbridge post office. 45.5 nished room in private home, modern conveniences; breakfast included. Apply 53 Argyle avenue. 45-0 TO offices in new Al- berta block. For terms and partic- ulars apply Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co. 27-0 TO in North Ward, first class 'opening fcr boot and shoe man, one of the best stands on Westminster Road. For particulars apply Kennedy Hall, Westminster Road. 47-6 TO rooms, all white help. Apply Rose Cafe. 40.6 Westminster Road. 34-0 FOR roomed house with good barn 12 x 16 in North Ward near Railway track. Apply Wylie, 521 Bailie St next to Kindergarten school. 49-6 TONIGHT especially for Miss Russell by Ripley, of Boston, Mass. TOMORROW NIGHT "MRS. TEMPLE'S TELEGRAM. Helena 4" j; FRIDAY NIGHT J. "THE SQUAW MANV Popular Boxes H-H i: H-H-M i: I-K-X-H-I i i: i'S-M T T r T T T JL t costs being imposed. A man was up also for soliciting advertising In the city without a H- cense. He was fined the costs t or the court and made to take out a license for in order to carry on tue soliciting. COAL Sett Lump on the market. 14.25 per ton Nut coal, deHverftd. Address postcard to Now Barnes Mine, Roya! Viev. F. WADDINGTON Phone 2SI City Agent. FOR quarter of Chin on main line Canadian Pacific Railway, Trains to British Columbia, Spokane and Seattle pass througb property giving you townsite both sides of track; surrounded by acres best wheat lands in the world, all perfectly level, free from scrub, stones, etc; quarter next sold by Do- minion government last July for an acre; quarter to north ?52; price IFOR room, 8K for my quarter Soil, etc., iden-jCourtland. 40-3 tical with other quarters. Rare oppor- tunity. Write Government Expert-j TO in business section TO furnished or un- furnished in modern house. Apply 727 Crabb St or Phone 1432. 49-6 FOR No. 1 Century View camera, including carrying case and outfit complete, absolutely new, excel- lent lens. Apply E. Matthews, Blair- more, Alta. 45-6 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- icnceu tanen. men furnished or contracts For full particulars address James Peat Sons, Lethbridge, Alta.. Yorkton, Sask., or Petrolea, Ont. 42-26 FOR good laying hens, price ?1.00 each. Apply D. J. Whit- neg, Box 377, Lethbridge. 50-3 Decker Piano, .in first class condition. Apply at rear entrance, 815 Redpath street, opposite Dr. Mewburn. 50-6 TENDERS WANTED [FORTNIGHTLY PAY j BILL WAS KILLED i Ottawa, Feb. Commons rail- jway committee this morning killed pre- J, i amble of Martin bill to amend the rail- 'way act which had for its object fore- j, 'ing railway companies to pay employes y instead of monthly. i G. N. McLean i General Teaming V Phone 1089 Coal must be paid for on delivery mental Farm for opinion of south-east quarter section 30-9-1S-4 or anybody In Lethbridge district Lethbridge Herald. Apply Box 9, of city. Apply P. O. Box 2043, Leth- bridge. Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until Thursday, 17th February, at 5 o'clock p.m. for Ele- vator Buildings to be erected at Chin, Burdett. Bow Island, Winnifred and Seven Persons, for the Western Farm- TO furnished room I in warm modern house, two blocks 50-2 ;0r ami Milling Co. Ltd. Plans and specifications on view at the office of Mr. .las. A. Mardonald, Architect Mac- donald block, corner Round and Red- FOR section best i east of Central school, a good home to i path streets. Lethbridge, Alta. wheat land in the world in Sunny i the richt party. Anply 606 Ashmead The lowest or any tender not nee- Southern Alberta, near Lethbridge; will raise from 25 to 60 bushels'wheat to acre; perfectly level, free from street scrub, stones, etc., adjoins townsite section of Chin, price an acre; quarter adjoining sold last July by Dominion government for an an acre; splendid opportunity. Des- cription, south east quarter section 31-i 9-18. Write Government Experimental Farm. Lethbridge, or any body 5n Leth bridge district as to quality of soil, etc. Apply Box 9, Lethbridge Her- ald. FOR furnished room's, 510: also barn for rent Sew- 50-0 ossarily accepted. JAS. A. MACDONALD, Architect ing wanted. Apply 515 London Road. 50-6 TENDERS WANTED HARD ON THE MEMBERS AND SENATORS Ottawa, Feb. city council to- day by a decisive vote mnde a tial vote in the decrease of number of licenses cutting off nine hotels and six wine shops. 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 goort commission to anyone selling any part of this section. For further particulars apply II. 8. VAN BUREN CALGARY. ALTA. j Sealed tenders will be received by itho undcrsijrned up till six o'clock on Feb. 16, 1910, for the removal of the Dominion Immigration Hall In this city from its present site, north of the C. P. R. tracks, to lots 10-22, block 11. plan 723-D, and tho erection there- on together with the necessary repairs and excavations. Specifications and particulars may be obtained from the undersigned, to whom tenders should be addressed. A marked cheque for five per cent, of tender must accompany each offer, i he lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. A. E. HUMPHRIES, 50-6. Immigration Agent ;