Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Saturday, February We will trade improved city property for land anywhere east or south of land for city property. A nice 4 roomed cottage on big lot in North Ward near the mills for cash, balance to suit. Good 5 rpom cottage on four lots in North Ward for cash, balance to suit. Two 5'roomed houses in Duff Addition for cash, balance per month. New G room house, on Hodgman St. for cash- balance easy. -Lots 24, 25, 26 in Block 128 for cash, balance 6 and 12 months. Lots 49, 50, 51, 52 in Block 128 for cash, balance 3 and 6 months. Good 7 room house for rent, close in. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON AT THE THEATRES LYCEUM TONIGHT Laughter will be the order at the MISCELLANEOUS WANTS about 20 x 50 ft. suitable for storing furniture, iu the vicinity of the Post office. Apply Leth- bridge Furniture Co., Ford St. 51-6 Lyceum theatre tonight when the Summers Stock Co, presents "Brown's in Town." This comedy is construct- ANTED TO Party wishes to exchange one large range and furniture for horse about Ibs. by Feb. J5 for two jontlemen; two beds preferred; in modern house-. Ceatntiiy located. State price. P. 0. Box 49-6 ed solely for laughter, and it certain- weight. Apply Box 2057 P. 0. ly fulfills Its .mission. There isn't one dull moment from beginning to end; every minute there is a fresh outburst burst of merriment. The play is full or complications, each one funnier than the last and they all come about in the most natural way. Dick Pres- ton and Letty Leonourd are married !on the quiet, and are living in the country under the assumed name of Brown, as his father threatens to dis- inherit him if he should marry before CM! Alberta Block. Phone 777 32 I S IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO CAPITAL AUTHORIZED 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 ?1.00 and upwards received anil interest 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 Harry Simm Sent For Trial (Costlnuxi From Front Page) for Simms during the last six weeks he is 25.'' One morning they are sur- prised by the arrival of one of Letty's friends, a Miss Suzanne Dacre, and a Httle later Arthur Howard drops in. Then Freda Von Hallenback, and last, but not least, Dick's father ar- rives> with all these elements, the complications come fast and furious. For a good evening's enjoyment "Brown's in Town" WANTED TO teams of oxen, well broke. State price and weight. Address Adam Link, Grassy Lake, Alta, 48-6 SECOND HAND is the good of putting away anything that you can't use or wear, such as cast-off clothing, etc.? 1 pay cash for old clothing, pistols, all kinds ments, trunks and shoes, hats, guns, of musical instru- Herald Want Ads Bring Results One Insertion 25c 6 Ad vertitmenU not Exceeding 35 cent per Word Pay in advance SITUATIONS VACANT room maid.wanted. State wages, and. Second Hand Store, Redpath P.O. Box 94; telephone 1457. Street. 34-26 List your property with us: For sale, for rent or for a loan. W, H. Johnson, Johnson block, 323 Round St. 27-0 FAREWELL PERFORMANCE MISS JEANNE RUSSELL Jeanne Russeil and her excellent company, who have been delighting Lethbridge playgoers for the past week at the Griffith Theatre will give their farewell performance tonight and will -To purchase. All kinds of cannot be beaten- second hand goods. Furniture, stoves, Don t forget at the Lyceum tonight, buggies and wagons, ladies' and gents 'cast off clothing, jewelry, guns and watches, clocks, 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 building a house. horses in olfer something entirely new "The Heart of Kentucky" a play abounding police corral are the same I saw at Simms' on the morning of Jan. 25 or 26th. When I drove up I saw the accused come along with a bunch of I heard Simms call the larg- horses. est one with good comedy, a heart touching love story, and filled with sensations from start to finish. It is said to be one of the best offerings of the corn- Joe. I bad bought some A Few of our Specials horses from Simoxci and had paid so much down but had not got posses- sion of the horses. The men were two days breaking the horses." Wit- ness identified the photograph of the prisoner at Browning as that of one of the men he had seen at Simms' place. One night there were eleven people there. Once after the police took the horses away, the witness talked with Simms, who remarked, "I guess I have lost a bunch of mon- ey. I don't care so much if I can 1 Sunkist Oranges, very large and juicy, per dozen___T.................40c and 50c Lemons, per Apples, 4 Ibs for......................25c Strawberries, Easpberries and Peaches, per can 20c Plums and Blueberries, 2 cans for......25c Sweet Corn, 2 cans for.................25e cans-for i. Pork and Beans 3 cans for ............25c Jams'; 5 Ib. pails..................... .75c Pure Eastern Maple Syrup, Imp. Gal. Eggs, fresh, per doz...................35c Try our special coffee; guaranteed to please or money refunded. Lb.............30c Our special tea, per Ib.................35c In connection with our Grocery Department we have a first During the past week Miss Russell and her company Iiave given amuse- ment lovers some genuine dramatic treats, enough to firmly establish them amongst us as the leaders in their line. They go from here to Cal- gary for an engagement of four week? returning to the Griffith on March 14 for two consecutive weeks at which time they promise some 01 the bigr- modern house, must be new .Owners only need answer. R., Herald. 53-0 inside lots at once. Owners only answer. R., Herald. 53-C. not too R., Herald. far out. 53-O LOST AND FOUND Steam Brick Yard and McBeth street, North Ward, a black velvet bsg containing a sum of money. Apply Herald office. 50-6 roan pony, blaze face, brand inverted S on right thigh. Stony Indian brand. Finder notify P. Burns Hotel Myrtle, Bow Is- 51-6 experienced timber and saw mill men wanted at the Mountain View saw mill. Mountain View, Alta. 51-12 to do general house- work for family of two. Apply 1257 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE-.-5 lots near corner of Lon- on and Westminster Road. Price each. 1-3 cash, balance 3 and C months The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 49-G FOR choice business lots on Burdett St. near Redpath, with lane at side and rear. Fine chance to dou hie your money in six months. The Al- berta Securities, Ltd. 49.0 Boinpas St. 49-0 qualified teacher for Diamond City school district No. 1861. Apply giving experience, refereaces, etc., to P. Laughtonr Bec.-treas., Dia- mond City, Alta. 45-0 general servant, the highest wages paid. Apply Mrs. Geo. Alexander, 424 Glyn street. 50-6 to do washing on Tuesdays. Apply Mrs. S. B. Mitchell, 113 Cutbill St. 52-2 class pattern maker and-moulder. Apply Lethbridge Iron Works. 52-0 and women, good pay. copying and checking advertising ma- terial at home, spars time; no canvas- sing; send stamp. Simplex Mfg. Co. London, Ont. 53-1 and Co. 50-6 only keep out of jail." not present when the Witness was horses were taken .away, nor when Simms was arrested. One of the men rode a sorrel horse and the other rode a grey. After the witness left Simms' place be saw Simms and the maa called Joe at Milk River. They ran out of the barn as the train pulled out for Lethbridge. "One evening Simms came into the house and asked me not to go home for he had got a note irom a suppos- ed horse-thief across the line who was a bitter enemy. Simms said, 'I am going- oYer.-to rsee him He can't steal any more horses than I can.' When cross questioned witness stat- ed that he was not sure whether they got on the train at Milk Riv'er or not. The conversation with Simms wis about three weeks ago. Witness not know whether he had been dining with a horse thief or an hon- est man. Albert G-oss, a stockman from Browning, identified the horses which gest productions of the stag.? including and Co. ioethe's immortal "Thf> Two "These Are My r< sequel to "The Squaw "Tho Man from and many others. No doubt a capacity house will greet this talented company tonight to bid farewell and wishing them a speedy return. grey horse, branded 5 H on left hip. SITUATIONS WANTED FOR lots and brick, cottage on Round street; one acre lot on Crabb street; two lots and build- ings on Glyu street; three lots Bom- pas street; imported Shire stallion 6 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. 48-6 FOR real snap, 4 room new cottage, North Ward, on 31 lot, price ?250 will handle this. Apply S. A. Loan and Investment Co. Ltd., 416 Dufferin street, Bryan block. 47-0 FOR 9 and 10, block 18, 125 ft frontage and two roomed shack. What offers? Cash. Box Z, Herald office. 45HDX SITUATION steady, re- liable young lady desires position as clerk in store or office. Has a knov FOR good lots on Hodge- man street; Price per pair; easy terms. Apply to 'Seuthern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., 416 Duffer- in street, Bryan block. 43-0 Finder notify P. Burns 50-G class MBAT MARKET Let us supply you with fresh or cooked meats, fish, lard, etc. Al- ways on hand. HAY AND GRAIN; FLOUR AND FEED at lowest prices. t These are only a few of the good things we have. Satis- faction guaranteed or money refunded at I I i BEST BROWN ?5 1112 Gourtlaud St. DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE December. Richard Sandeville, overseer of the Indian Reserve at 'Browning, identi- fied some of the horses. In January of this year he had seen two' bunches cfhorses with blotched brands at Browning, Mont. They had been brought in by the police because they were stolen. When cross questioned A few minutes delay in treating some cases of croup, even the length of time It takes to go for a doctor often proves ..dangerous. The safest way is to keep Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house, and at the first Indication of croup give the child a dose. Pleasant take and always cUresT" druggists: afternoon Feb. 6th be- tween Courtland and Glyn streets and St. Patrick's church, child's neck chain and locket. Monogram engraved. Re- ward. 703 Courtland St., or Room 4 utt Block. 49-6 1ITUATION farm by man and wife. German, or Dutch peo- ple preferred. 'Apply Box F7, Herald. gold locket, mono- gram M. G. Owner can have same at Herald office. 52-0 C. Y. C. belt buckle. Kindly return to Miss Vrooman. 52-O NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that an application wiH be made to the Legis- lative Assembly of the Province of Alberta at the thereof, beginning at'Edmonton': on the 10th day of February, 1910, for an act to incorporate a company under the name of the "Alberta and Bow Island Railway with power to con- struct and operate the following lines of railway: From a point at or near Coutts in Township one, Ranges Fifteen and Sixteen, thence in a northeasterly di- rection to a point at or near Bow Is- land in Township Eleven, Range Thir- teen. West of the Fourth Principal Meridian, thence in a northeasterly direction to a point in Township Fif- teen, Range Ten, West of the said Fourth Principal Meridian. From a point at or near Bow Island in Township Eleven, Range Thirteen, thence in a northwesterly direction to 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 Urf 4. i- J J.T- i. T j- i. I "ui "in caiciij LU he stated that no Indian has an un- the City of Calgary, with a branch line Public Auction! At 10 o'clock at the PUBLIC MARKET PLACE IN THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ABOUT 43 HEAD OF HORSES Consisting of 20 head of mares and geldings, ranging in weight from to Ibs. each, and all broken 1 Registered Pure Bred CLYDE STALLION "McHatton's No. 175S2. 4 years old 1 Pure bd. Grade PEECHERON STALLION 25 Head of FILLIES AND GELDINGS Coming 1, 2 and 3 years old, alt halter broken TERMS: CREDIT TILL NOV. 1ST, 1010 Will Be Granted on Bankable Paper with Approved Security recorded brand. Wolf Tail, an Indian from Montana, claimed twelve of the horses in the police corral by the partly obliterat- ed W T. When he looked over his Worses last month-he found the colts but the mothers were gone. Inspector West had fixed bail at hut it was not forth coming. When the prosecution closed its case the accused reserved his lie- fence and Inspector West committed him for trial at the nest competent jurisdiction. court of from said line of railway between Townships Twelve and Fourteen, Ranges Seventeen and Eighteen, thence in a westerly direction to a point in Township Twelve, Range Twenty-nine, all west of the said Fourth Principal Meridian in the Pro- vince of Alberta. From a point on said line of rail- way between Townships Seven and Eight, Ranges Fourteen and Fifteen, to the City of Lethbridge, in the said Province. From a point on said line of Rail- way between Townships Twelve and WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, Feb. closed 1-S to 3-8 lower today. All American markets were closed, this being Lin- coln's birthday. There was small trade on the Winnipeg markets and fluctuations were within a narrow range. May opened same as yester- day's close, 105 5-8, sold up to 105 7-S and closed 105 3-4. Oats closed, Feb. 35 1-4; May 37 7-S. If troubled with indigestion, consti- pation, no appetite or feel bilious, give Cnamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets a trial and you will be pleased w.th the result. These tablets in- vigorate the stomach and liver and strengthen the digestion. Sold by all druggists. MONEY TO LOAN Fourteen, Eighteen, Ranges Seventeen and to the said City of Leth- bridge, thence in a southwesterly di- rection to a point in Township One, Ranges Twenty-four and Twenty-six, all being West of the said Fourth Principal Meridian in the said Prov- ince of Alberta. With power to acquire, construct and operate steam boats and ferries In connection with the said railway and to acquire, maintain, operate and dis- pose of plants operated by water or other power for the production of elec- tricity, and to sell and distribute elec- tric power, and with the other neces- sary or usuai rights, powers and priv- ileges. Dated at Edmonton in the Province of Alberta, this Eighth day of Febru- NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the District Court of the Dittrict of Lethbridge TN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ,WILLIAM HENDERSON, late of the City of Lethbridge, in the Pro- vince of Alberta, hotel proprietor, de- ceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having any claims or de- mands against the late William Hen- derson, who died on or about the 13th day of December A. D. 1909., at the City of Lethbridge aforesaid, are re- quired on or before the 28th day of February A. D. 1910, to send by "post prepaid to FREDERICK W. DOWNER and CHARLES B. BOWMAN, bcth of the City of Lethbridge, aforesaid. Cap- italists, the executors of the estate of the said William Henderson, deceas ed, or to deliver to the undersigned so licitors for the said executors their names and addresses, full particulars of their claims in writing and a state ment of their accounts and the nature ot the securities, if any, held by them and such statement shall be verified by Statutory Declaration of the claim ant or his agent. AND TAKE NOTICE that alter the 2Sth day of February A. D. 1910, the said Frederick W. Downer and Charles B. Bowman will proceed to distribute the assets of tne said deceased am the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which they shall then have had notice, anc that the said Frederick W. Downer and Charles B. Bowman will not be liable for the said assets, or any par thereof, to any person of -whose'claim they shall not then have received m tice. DATED at Lethbridge, in the Pro vince of Alberta, this 21st day of Jan uary, A. D. 1910. CHARLES B. BOWMAN and FREDERICK W. DOWNER, Executors of the Estate of William Henderson, deceased. SIMMONS SHEPHERD, Solicitors for the said Executors APPROVED: (Sgd.) ROLAND WINTER, J. D. C. edge 01 shorthand a.ud typing lerald Box 5. Apply FOR acres, 40 miles east of Lethbridge, near railroad; good land, in good settlement. per 49-G j acre if taken at once. ____ Alberta Securities, Ltd. Terms. The 49-6 by the day or at terms, loine. 815 Redpath, opposite Doctor Mewburn's. 50-6 TO RENT TO furnished rooms, close in, hot water heating. Apply 519 Glyn street. FOR home, 9 roonis standing in beautiful grounds. Also carriage house, stable and garage close in. Price Reasonable The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 49-G FOR nine roomed house, four rooms upstairs; five down; mod- ern in every respect; big halls and pantry. Hot air furnace. Close in. cash and assume building LJLMJ 4g_6jloan. A snap. Apply Lonnquist- Sharp Co., Alberta Blk. upstairs. 52-6 FOR roomed house, and) lot, close In, cash, balance I modfern same as rent W. H. Johnson, John- son block, 323 Round street 48-6 TO lady only, nicely fur- 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. Situated on corner lot. Apply 504 53.9 FOR room In growing town on Carmangay branch.-- Apply Grant Moir, Barons, Alta. 51-6 FOR shares Diamond 27-01 Coal, immediate sale at 75c. iBox 89, Macleod, Alta. Apply 49-0 TO rooms, all white help. Apply Rose Cafe, 406 Westminster Road. 34-0 FOR roomed house with COMPLETE ARTESIAN WELL DRILLING outfits for sale cheap on easy terms or exchange for farm lands in the west; ovuflts capable of going from 100 to 2000 feet; exper- ienced good barn 12 x 16 in North Ward near taKen. Railway track. Apply Wylie, 521 Bailie St. next to Kindergarten school. 49-6 men For TO furnished or un- furnished in modern house. Apply 72? furnished or contracts full particulars address James Peat Sons, Lethbridge, Alta., Yorkton, Sask., or Petrolea, Ont. 42-26 Lrabb St or Pnone 1432. 49-6 TO furnished room in warm modern house, two blocks east of Central school, a good home to the right party. Apply 606 Ashmead street 50-0 FOR furnished rooms, 510; also barn for rent, Sew- ing wanted. Apply 515 London Road. 50-6 TO large furnished rooms, suitable for two gentlemen; also one for light housekeeping. Warm. Rent moderate. 424 Smith St close in. 51-G FOR roomed house. North Ward, near school, per month. R. V. Gibbons Oo., Ott Block. Phone 1191. 51-3 ary, 1910. SHORT. BIGGAR, COWAN COLLISSON, TENDERS WANTED Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned up till six o'clock on Feb. 16, 1910, for the removal of the Dominion Immigration Hall in this its present site, north of Solicitors for Applicants. c- P-_R- tracks, to lots 19-22, block' plan 723-D, and the erection there-1 WANTED TO RENT OR 25 acres suitable for poultry and truck farming within six miles of Lethbridge. State location, price and terms. Box 22, Herald office. 52-6 ROOM AND for two young men at 313 Bruce St FwR Decker Piano, in first class condition. Apply at rear entrance, 815 Redpath street, opposite Dr. Mewburn. 50.5 FOR milch cow. Apply H. Aitken, 2nd house east of English Cemetery, or Box 575, Lethbridge, Alta. LAND FOR SALE FOR Breed scrip.South Af- rican Veteran Land Warrants for sale. Write or wire. York McNamara, 44 Jasper Ave. West, Edmonton, Alta. 51-26 FOR twenty and forty acre tracts, choice irrigated land, cul- tivated, 6 miles east of Lethbridge; 1-2 mile from siding on C. P. Ry. Price per acre. payments. Ltd. 1-4 cash; 3 equal annual The Alberta Securities. 51-O FOR lots with 1 1-2 storey house in Duff Addition. A snap at Complete March 1, 10. Write Box 11, Herald Office. 53-0 FOR roomed house on Williams St. per month. R. V Gibbons Co. Ott Block. Phone 1191! 52-3 KOR lots and 9 ft. on Cutbill near London Road for 1-3 cash, balance 3 and 6 months for quick sale. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 53-6 TO room cottage, 1205 Lon- don Road. Water and light. a month. Immediate possession. Ap- ply at house. 52-6 J. V. LUTZ- NOTICE -Has moved his shoe repairing business to of Redpath and Glyn streets, and Is prepared to do work to the satisfac- W. L. Wilson Of .Lethbridge, Auctioneer. Phone 585 MONEY TO Why pay rent when we cnn let yon have money enough to build your own house at 6 per cent. We loan money on kinds of city property, on terms that cannot be made by nthers. we get the money from where it ia cheap. All kinds of farm loans rif at 7 and 3 per cent. Be anrf see tis when you wani monev 394. Empire Land Oti 252-fi ami Phone Block. MONEY TO and insur- ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Alberta Ix1" Investment Co., 416 Diifferin street. Bryan WocK 298-0 tion call. of those who will give 43-12 llie erection furnished front on ,Kh the repair, month. Apply 614 Round St. and excavations. Specifications and particulars may be obtained from the undersigned, to whom tenders should be addressed. FOR Chin quarter of on main line Canadian Pacific per TO room, suitable A marked cheque for five per cent Ior one or Scntiemen. Apply 30S or tender must accompany each nton 3t' lowest or any tender not neces-! Railway, Trains to British Columbia, Spokane and Seattle pass through 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 ?S1 jan acre; quarter to north price i for my quarter Soil, etc., iden- J tical with other quarters. Rare oppor- 'tunity. Write Government Experi- mental Farm for opinion of south-east quarter section' 30-9-18-4 or anybody in j Lethbridge district Apply Box 9, 50-6. TENDERS WANTED 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, Bow Island, WInnifred and Seven Persons, for the Western Farm- er and Milling Co. Ltd. Plans and specifications on view at the office of Mr. Jas. A. Mardonald, Architect, Mac- April 1910, for the construction of any donald block, corner Round and Red-i of the above public works for the y< sarily accepted. roomed fv.Hy modorn [Lethbridge Herald. A. E. HUMPHRIES, [cottage on Brunton Street Rent j_________________ Immigration Agent'The George M. Hatch Land Co. RATEPAYERS pETITIONS for sower, water, sido- wialk. electric light or other Local Improvements will he received by iho undersigned until Friday the 1st day of NOTICE On and after the first of April, 1910, -21 FOR section best 'wheat land in the world in Sunny Southern Alberta, near Lethbridge; will raise from 25 to 60 bushels wheat to acre; perfectly level, free from path streets. Lethbridge. Alta. The lowest or any tender not nec- and essarily accepted. JAS. A. MACDON'ALD, Architect 1910, on or after this date the Council will not consider any petition in the estimates for the current year. GEO. ROmNSOX. Secretary-Treasurer. the members of Carpenters Union scrub, stones, etc.. adjoins townsite cal 1681, will work an eight hour of Cbin, price an acre; commencing at eight o'clock to five j quarter adjoining sold last July by oclock, with one hour off at government for an and half up to twelve-an acre; splendid opportunity. Des- o'clock at night and from twelve to cription. south east quarter section 31- eight a.m.; double time; legal holidays; 9-18. Write Government Experimental double time; the regular rate per Farm. Lethbridge. or any body in Leth fifty cents. bridge district as to quality Of soil, K. W. RONALD, j etc. Apply Box 9, Lethbridge Her- Secretiry, Box 1456, City. aid.