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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridgc Daily Herald, Monday, February We will trade improved city property for land .anywhere east or south'of land for city property. '-A-nice4 roomed cottage on big lot in North Ward near the mills for cash, balance to suit: Good 5 room 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 6 room house on Hodgman St. for balance 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 HF1GERSON Alberta Block. Phone 777 I LEAVE YOUK ORDER FOR Fancy Box Apples Also Celery Bananas Grapes And Rhubarb T We have First 4 Class Washington t f POTATOES t I Steam Brick Yard f i and McBeth street, North Ward, a velvet bag containing a sum of money. Apply Herald ofllce. 60-6 LOST AND FOUND afternoon Feb. Gth 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 -1 utt Block. 49-0 Do You Know About the Big Profits IN GOOD FARMING IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA? Of course you do. DO YOU WISH TO HAVE A PART in this AJberta's greatest business. Yes, certainly. There are many who both realize the profits, and wish to share in them, but who cannot themselves engage actively In farming. AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY is now here to get an interest in a farm In the best district of the country. This farm is managed and supervised by experts and is a sure money niaker. A limited amount of the stock is now-offered for sale here. I I; AT THE THEATRES The South Alberta Farming Company I 1 F.J.CUMMING, Agent. WHITNEY BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE WITCHING HOUR "The Witching Hour" was the pro- duction presented by the Stock company at the Opera House last night and proved the best produc- tion put on the boards by the company during their engagement here. is also the first time this play has been produced before an Edmonton audi- ence and was much appreciated by the large audience present. The play is of a type distinctly dif ferent from the usual line presented here. It deals with that phase of human life designated by some as the sixth sense, by others mental telepathy or personal magnetism or the influ- ence of one ence of one person's mind over an- other. The lines of the play are strong, the dialogue well balance and the plot well laid and carried oat by the Craddock Viner I Family Grocers Redpath Street Sherlock Block gold locket, mono- gram M. G. Owner can have same at Herald office. C. Y. C. belt buckle. Kindly return to Miss Vrooman. 52-0 brown leather bill book con- taining a number of papers. Finder kindly return to Herald office and receive reward. 54-G amount of money on Ford street. Apply 1008 London Road. 54-1 Herald Want Ads Bring Results One Insertion 25c 6 Insertion! Advertitments not Exceeding 35 words, i; cent per Word Additional, Pay in advance SITUATIONS VACANT room girls at the Castle Hotel. 54-2 LAND FOR SALE FOR Breed serip.South Af- rican Veteran Lund Warrants for sale. Write or wire. York 44 Jasper Ave. West, Kdsuouton, AHa. baker, apply City Bak- erv. G4-3 apply at once. Chef's Cafe. 5-1-3 Trouble Reported In Alberta Cabinet FOR twenty and forty acre tracts, choice irrigated land, cul- tivated, 6 miles east of Lethbridge; 1-2 uiilo from siding on C. V. Ry. Price per acre. 1-4 cash; 3 equal annual (Continued from front page) payments. Ltd. The Alberta Securities 51-0 FOR 2 lots with 1 1-2 storey house in Duff Addition. A snap Complete March 1, 10. Write Box 11. Herald Office. 53-0 pursuant to section 2, of said chap- ter 16. (d) Plans, profiles and books ft re- ference if any with respect to the con- struction of said railway, filed LI the office of the president of the Execu- tive Council or in any department ol the government or with any osficer thereof. (e) Location plan, if any, showing the location of said raihvay, filed in the office of the president of the Ex- ecutive Council or in'any department of the government or with any-officer thereof. FOR lots and 9 ft. on CutbiJl near London Road for 1-3 cash, balance 3 and 6 months for quick sale. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 53-C house Yv'iiru hospital. maid at North PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR owner 3 good level lots in block 128, price each; terms one-third cash, balance 4 and 8 months, interest 8 per cent. Reply box' 1059, city. 54-6 servant family of two, highest wages. Mrs. J. H. Cheney, 122L Bompas street. 54-0 FOR roomed modern house on London Road, lot 5, block A, 100; private loan. Also seven room house Hcdgman lots 5 and 6, fenced, furnace, wired, maple floors down stairs, Terms to suit on either; first payment SIrl- i Box 1933, 922 Hodgman St. 54-U room maid wanted. State wages. Hotel .Myrtle, Bow Is- land. 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 Bompas St. 49-0 FOR quarter of Chin on main line Canadian Pacific 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 an acre; quarter to north price for my quarter ?50. Soil, etc., iden- tical with other quarters. Rare oppor- qualified teacher for Diamond City school district No. 1S61. Apply giving experience, refereaccs, etc., to P. Laughton, sec.-treas., Dia- mond City, Alta. 45-0 general servant, the highest wages paid. Apply Mrs. Geo Alexander, 424 Glyn street. 50-6 FOR lots near corner of Lon- on and Westminster Road. Price :ach. 1-3 cash, balance 3 and 6 mouths Hie Alberta Securities, Ltd. 49-6 R choice business lots on Burdett St. near Redpath, with lane at side and rear. Fine chance to dou >le money in six months, berta Securities, Ltd. The Al- 49-6 FOR real snap, 4 room new cottage, North Ward, on 31 fwt lot, price will kandle 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 otlice. 45-ox class pattern maker and moulder. Apply Lethbridge Iron Works. 52-0 tunity. Write Government Expert- _ 'mental Farm for opinion of south-east Mr. Boyle also gave notice that on quarter seclion or anybody In IMPERIAL BAATK OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO CAPITAL AUTHORIZED CAPITAL PAID UP RESERVE FUND D. R. WILKIE, Pres. HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice-Pres. Accounts of corporaiiORS, municipalities, merchants, farmers jnd private individuals invited. SAVINGS Special attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of ?1.00 and upwards received and interest allowed from date of deposit LETH BRIDGE .BRANCH t W. R. SEATLE, Begin Block, Berkley's Store. SUB-BRANCH OPENED Corner Ford and Wettminrter Road Oppoiite the Flour in a finished manner. The in- terest of the audience is held at all j times and at no time does the play drag or interest wane. The scene is laid in Kentucky and tue story is taken, from the incidents following the murder of Governor Goe- bei. The above production will be pre- sented at the Majestic Theatre by the Summers Stock Co., Monday, Feb: ruary 4. GEO. TAYLOR I Florwt GREENHOUSES--650, Bartlett Phow 675 STORE-405, Fwi Street, PW.e 561 P. O. Box 1353 Freshg Cut Flowers and Plants for All Occasions Free Delivery to all parts of tlie city i GEO. BEATON EXPERT PICTURE FRAMER AM Work Guaranteed Prices Reasonable Cement House Glyn St., Lethbridge Orders Promptly Executed ANOTHER TREAT Commencing tonight at the Eureka the patrons will receive one of the best treats the theatre goers of our city have had for some time. Man- ager Moorris has added another big addition to his orchestra and from now on promises his' patrons some of 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. WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, Feb. ca- bles opened 1-8 to 3-8 lower. The mar- kets on this side opened at .about Fri- day's close but strengthened and de- veioped right from the start. Shorts coveYed freely and bid the market up in their efforts to get the -wheat. World's shipments were less than last week, being There j were many crop reports of damage Ito Kansas -wheat which held the bulls. The close was strong at the the best music ever heard in this city. Mr. Leach, the director, has played in the best bands in the United States, and is one of the best music ians .that has ever been in our city Other strong features on this week's bill is Mr. Frank Whitman, one o Chicago's greatest comedians; Dolli ver und Rodgers, the pretty singing and dancing girls; a feature reel en- titled "The Outlaw." The manage- ment also wishes to call the atten- tion of his patrons to another big dia- mond ring contest which begins to- night. A. chance with every 25c and 35c ticket. Tuesday he will ask the governm-nt the following question: is the subscribed capital of the Alberta and Great Railway Company? is the paid up capital of ;he said company? what bank or banks, if ary, s the paid-up capital was the-paid up capital of said company at the time its l.'mds ;vere guaranteed pursuant to Chapter 16 of the statutes of 1909? what bank or banks, if any, was the paid-up capital deposited at the time the. bonds of said company are the directors ol said company? the coun- cil appointed any engineer, as con- templated by Section 5 of Chaoter 16, oE the statutes of 1909? If so. whom, and when was such appointnent Lethbridge district. Apply Box 9, Lethbridge Herald. SITUATIONS WANTED 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 SITUATION steady, re- liable young lady desires position as clerk in store cr officfi. Has a kiuiv- FOR acres, 40 miles east of Lethbridge, near railroad; good land, in good settlement. ?14.00 per acre if taken at once. Terms. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 49-6 made? was the price paid for the bonds oi said railway company? was the purchaser of such bonds? ine Sun Agency 411 Ford St. P. O. Box 96 Lethbridge, Alta. OPENING OF LYCEUM IN VAUDEVILLE The Lyceum Theatre has a varied and attractive bill for the vaudeville opening to-night. Besides the two long reels of splendid pictures and the illustrated song there are two vaude- ville Roberts Duo in a pretty comedy sketch called the "Doll Maker' and Miss Annie Merril, the song bird op.j Cfucago opened, May 111 1-S; July 02 1-4; closed, May 112 1-2; July 103 J-8. Minneapolis opened, May 111 3-S; ijust from the best vaudeville houses, uly, 111 1-S; closed, May, 112 7-8; JIr_ Brown looks forward to this The Roberts Duo is a team of people FOR Quarter 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 scrub, stones, etc., adjoins townslte section of Chin, price an acre; quarter adjoining sold last July by Dominion government for an as acre; splendid opportunity. Description, s.iuth east quarter section 9-18. Write Government Experimental ?arm, Lethbridge, or any body in Leth bridge district as to quality ol toil, etc. Applv Box 9, Lethbridge or snortnanu auu typing. Appiy ierald Box 5. 49-6 On farm by man and wife. German or Dutch people preferred. Apply Box F7, Herald. Sewing by the day or at; lome. S15 Redpath, opposite Doctor Mewburn's. 50-6 _ RENT To lady only, nicely furnished room in private home, modern conveniences; breakfast included. Apply 53 Argyle arenue. 45-0 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO Why rent when we can let you hsre money enough to build your own house at 6 per cent. We loan on al kinds of city property, on terms that cannot be made by others, oceans we get the money .from where it cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be suit-e and see us when you want monev Phone 394. Empire Land Co., Ott Block. Double offices in new Alberta block. For tenus and particulars apply Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co. 27-0 Furnished rooms, all white belp. Apply Rose Cafe, 406 Westminster Road. 34-0 RENT 5 ro6med house with good barn 12 x 16 in North Ward near Railway track. Apply Wylie, 521 Bailie St. next to Kindergarten school. 43-6 MONEY TO Loans and Iisur ejance on farm and city property. FOR home, 9 rooras [carriage house, stable and garage close in. Price Reasonable terms. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 49-6 FOR nine roomed house, four rooms upstairs; five down; mod- ern in every respect; big halls and pantry. Hot air furnace. Close in. j cash and assume J1.200 building loan. A snap. Apply Lonnquist: Sharp.Co., Alberta Blk. upstairs. 52-6 FOR roomed house, fully modern. Situated on corner lot. Apply 504 Courtland. 53-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR grocery in: Duft Addition, good business opening. P. 0. Box 1933. 54-6 [FOR Blickehs- derfer, in first class condition, for Apply J. D. Hlginbotham Co. 54-3 room in growing town on Carmangay branch. Grant Moir, Barons, Alta. Apply 51-6 monev deposited and what %ite cfjply the Southern Alberta Loan and j TO furnished room nterest is being paid on it by such! Investment Co.. 416 Dufferin street'- banks? was the total amount realized on the sale of such bonds? SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who i< the ooie head of family, or any male over 13 yenrs old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Maiii- Bryan WocK 298-0 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 city from its present site, north ef the C. P. R. tracks, to lots 19-22, block 11, plan 723-D, and the 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 accoxipany each offer. in warm modern house, two blocks east of Central school, a good home to right party. Apply 606 Ashmead street.. 50-0 FOR shares Diamond Coal, immediate sale at 75c. Box 89, Macleod, Alta. Apply 49-O COMPLETE ARTESIAN WELL DRILLING outfits far sale cheap on easy terms cr exchange for farm FOR furnished rooms, lands in the west; outfits capable of also barn for rent, ?4.50. Sew- -t going from 100 to 2000 feet; exper- 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. 51-6 toha. Saskatchewan or Alberta. The! ihe lowest or any tender not neces- applicant must appear in person at sarily accepted. opened, Feb. 102 5-S; May act vaudeville patrons. 105 5-S; closed, Feb. 103; May, sketch, "The Doll tells Oats closed, Feb. M 7-S, 35 7-S; May, Wilbur Allison, son of Rev. J. Al- lison of Charlotte, N. C., was found dead in a cave in Fairmont Park with his head on a chloroformed pillow. He had suicided. WANTED -i.M ia kins a pretty story of an old-fashioned doll maker, has fashioned a wonderful automatic doll and a pretty little girl who is continually tormenting him. She in her cute, childish way, after ex- nansting every tease she can think of, diguises herself in the doll's clothes i and tho old man thinks he has gone crazy when he sees his doll do antics i that he cannot understand. After tiring her "Dutchy" as she 'calls smldeiy changes her tac- and thc finish of the act Ia ft sur. iinlimited quantities, also hides of prise to the audience as a rest- kinds. Highest prices paid. i diversion from the usual run of J. Young paid 405 Smith St. o if I 1 I I POOL ROOM FOR SALE In growing town on the Carman gay Brand) Good Class Fixtures Write or see vaudeville acts. Miss Merril ha? beautiful voice and will be heard in several numbers selected from her ex- tensive repertoire. She conies from the east and stops here for the one and only weelc she had at liberty before go- ing to the coast. .The prices of admission are 25 cents to any seat in the house and there will be a full orchestra. the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district Entry bv may be made at any agenry on certain cenditlons 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 SO acres solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a hon. -steader in pood standing may pre-taipt a quarter-section alongside his home- str-aJ. Price per acre. Duties --Must, reside six months in each of six jear; from date of hemestead en- try patent) and cultivate fifty acrfts extra. A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a may take a pur- chased horns-stead in certain districts. Price ?3.00 per acre, reside six months ia 50-6. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Immigration Agent NOTICE On and after the first of April, 1910, the members of Carpenters Union Lo- cal will work an eight hour day, commencing at eight o'clock to five o'clock, with one hour oft at noon. Overtime, one and half up to twelve o'clock at night, and from to eight a.m., double time; legal holidays double time; the regular rate per hour, WANTED TO RENT OR 25 acres suitable for poultry and truck farming within six miles of Lethbridge. State location, price and terms. Box icnceu men furnished or contracts tasen. For fall particulars address James Peat Sons, Lethbridge, Yorkton, Sask., or Petrolea, Ont. 42-26 FvyR Decker Piano, in first class condition. Apply at rear entrance, 815 Redpath street, opposite Dr. Mewburn. 50-6 22, Herald office. 52-6 FOR roomed house on Williams St. ?S.OO per month. R. V. Gibbons Co. Ott Block. Phone 1191. 52-3 FOR milch cow. Apply H. Aitken, 2rfd house east ef English Cemetery, or 130x5575, Lethbridge, Alta. 52-Ox TO room cottage, 1205 Lyn- don and light. I25.PO a month. Immediate possession. Ap- ply at house. 52-C MISCELLANEOUS WANTS in first class boarding house, 2 blocks from, post office, prices moderate. Herald. Apply Box S 54-0 FOR furnished front about 20 x 50 ft rooms, suitable for one or two gentle- suitable for storing fsirniture, in the fifty cents. R. W. RONALD, Secretary, Box 1456, City. NOTICE the" time "required "to MATTER OF THE ESTATE oatnnrt and cultivate OF JANE RITCHIE, DECEASED: men. per week or per vicinity of the Post office. Apply Leth- month. Apply 614 Round St. bridSe Furniture Co., Ford St. 31-6 TO RENT-FUrnished room, suitable WANTED TO EXCHANGE-Party fnr nr txvo tranfiomor, ?no wishes to one large range for one or two gentlemen. Brunton St. Appl pRRSONS hav1 against the Estate of Jane Ritchie, de- eased, of Lethiiridge in thc Provicnco of Alberta, wifo of James MaekSe Ritchie, are hereby notified that pur- TO roomed fully modern claims cc-ttase on Bmnton Street. -Rent ?32 The George M. Hatch Land Co. 53-2 range and furniture for horse ahont Ibs. weight. Apply Box 2057 P. 0. .51-6 SECOND HAND is the good of putting away anything ,TO REXT-Three comfortaDJv -fur- i tlwt nfclicd rooms in warm modern house I- Must to an order made by His Honor close in. Apply at 422 Coutts street. ay cash 1 TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS EH Van Allan, chairman of Burling ton Beach Commission died suddrnlv Grant M Jin hod this morning. j m'tnent manufacturer He was a pro- for years hut 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. or Barons, Alta. [sold out his business several years Sago. j Jacob Henry, an aged Indian, frozen to death near Peterborough. Henry SUbcnackcr, aged 82, and wife, aged 82, committed suicide at Cincinatti. 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, Burdeit, Bow Island, WInnifred and Severn 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- don aid block, corner Round and Red- path streets, Lethbridge, Alta. The lowest or any tender not nee-1 essarllv accepted. JAS. A. MACDONAUX Architect An school. 619 Cutbill street. Tmlge Winter, and dated the 21-st day j Middle brick house. of January-, 1910, they are required lie such claims with the Executor, Allan Mackie Ritchie, at Lethbridge, or with his undersigned Solicitors, with letnils of thc said claim and a state- ment of the securities held therefor, h any, on or beiore the 26th day of February, 1910. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that after the said 26th day of Febru- ary, the Executor of the said estate will proceed to distribute the assets according to law, having regard only to such claims as shall be filed at such time. sjiifi! Pistols, all kinds of musical jmrnts. trunks and OATED this 24th day of January, 1910. IVES BALL, Lethbridge, Alberta. Solicitors for the Executor. (Sgd.) Roland Winter, Henry Taylor of Kipling, Sask.. committed suicide by drinking carbo' lie acid. HOOM AN-D BOARD-10.00 per "SS 1 able board per week. Home-1 made pies and cakes for c-oso to TO furnished room fur- nace heated, two dollars single or i. Johnson block, 323 Round" St 27-0 three double a week. Apply 12201 Herald Bompas street. modem house, must be new Owners only need answer. R.. 54-1 RATEPAYERS for sewer, water, side- walk, electric light or other Local Improvements will be received by the undersigned until Friday the 1st day of April IftlO, for the construction of any of the above public works for the year 1910, on or after this date the Council will not consider any petition in the estimates for the current year. GEO. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. inside lots at once. Owners only answer. R., Herald. 53-Ci too far out. R., Herald. 53-0 NOTICE J. moved his shoe repairing business to the corner of Redpath and Glyn streets, and is prepared to do work to the satisfac- Son of those who will give him a call. 43-12 ;