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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Daily Herald, Friday, 1016 We will trade improved city property for land anywhere east or south of land for city property. Two modern cottages on Bnuiton 'Street, Riverview, each cash, balance easy. Big18 room house close in, cash, balance per H'.oMli. Two 5 roomed houses in Duff Addition for cash, balance per month. New 6 room house on Hodgman St. for balance easy. Lots in any part of the city. Good 7 room house for rent, close in. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON TODAY WE HAVE NEW LAID EGGS Alberta Block. Phone 777 WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, Feb. opened 5-8 to 3-4 lower and closed 3-S to 1-2 lower. Wheat markets opened 1-S to 1-4 lower in Chicago and Minneapolis, and advanced 3-4 to one cent, then weakened on heavy selling by big long interests and closed around the bot- tom prices. There were some crop damage reports but they did not have much effect. News is mostly of a bear- ish character and will probably see some declines. Chicago opened, May 113 7.5; July, 104 1-2; closed, May 113; July, 103 7-S. Minneapolis opened, May 113 3-8; July 113; closed, May July 112 5-8. WALKER HOUSE TORONTO'S FAVORITE HOTEL Adjoins Union Station. Cars to all parts pass doors. Spacious rooms, remodelled and handsomely furnish- ed. The cuisine is unsurpassed. Amer- ican and European plan. GEO. WRIGHT MACK CARROLL Late of AT THE THEATRES Winnipeg opened, Feb. 103; May, 106 3-S; closed, Feb. 102 3-4; May 106 1-S. Oats closed, Feb. 35 -3-4; May, 37 7-S. Special Prices Friday Saturday Roast Pork 15c Shoulder Roast Beef 10c Skoulder Roast Mutton 13c Strictly New Laid Eggs per doz. 45c Lard 31k pail 60c Lard, 51k pail 95c Creamery Butter, 21k 75c "THE MIDDLEMAN" AT THE MAJESTIC An old play ever new, because of its great human interest is "The Mid- dleman" which was presented at the Majestic last evening by the Sum- mers Stock Company. The dramatic talent of the company merited a much larger audience than was present at last night's production. j Doubtless It will receive better recog- nition from Lethbridge theatre goers before the end of che week. The Middleman is an exacting play S and it was carried through with great- est zest by the company. Shading was not, however, lost through energy and the dramatic situations in which the piece abounds, were all well sus- tained. The versatile Wm. Blake is not one of those tragedians who tread the boards to give vent to furious and hollow declaration. As Cyrus Blenk- ran, the aged potter, an entirely differ- ent role from any he has yet enacted here, he displayed great discrimina- tion, and gave so strong and real a portrayal of the self-sacrlflcing invent- or, absorbed in his work, wronged for a life time, and finally triumphant as to entirely win the sympathy of Mn audience. Belle Stevenson In the part of Mary Blenkran, eldest daughter of the potter, Interprets the difficult role with great power and' grace. Miss Stevenson's deep' rich voice is admir- ably suited to the part "she plays and Is used .-with great effeciivenese, es- pecially' in the scene in the second j act where she takes leave of her be- i loved father's house with the deter- ruination never to return. The subordinate parts In the play are well taken. Special attention might he made of Mabel Summers as Nancy Blenkran; Bert Decks as Jee- sie Fegg, and Ed. La Renz as Joseph Chandler. "The Fighting Hope" tonight Is a modern American drama In three acts, a drama that has met with an almost unparalleled success. Miss Belle Stevenson will be seen in the part or Anna Granger, a part which affords her ample scope to show her ability as an actress of the highest standing. LOST AND POUND IN FRESH FRUIT WE HAVE Grape Fruit Bananas Celery Oranges Lemons Cauliflower Cabbage, etc. ASK FOR "Armour's Star" Bacon and Boiled Ham PHONE 515 1 r i PnariHnpl li Uinpr r> i uiuuuubn u IIIIGI STRAYED OR bay horses 'branded 04 on right shoulder, weight 900 and 1100 Ibs., both with halter and rope. One 'horse has white face, other with wliite star ou fore- head. Both horses have hairless spots on both sides of belly; horses were raised iii Little Bow. Finder will be rewarded ?10. Please notify, owner by telephone 215, Macleod, or by letter P. 0. box 143, Maclood. 68-2 Family Grocers Kedpath Street Sherlock Block Feb. 14 a purse containing sum of money and receipts. Finder please return to Herald office, or C15 Round street and receive reward. 55-G corner of Round and Redpath streets, gold watch; owner can have same by proving property and paying for this adv. Chief of Police. 55-G Insertion Insertions Advertitmentt cent per Word in gold locket, mono- gram M. G. Owner can have same at Herald office. 52-0 brown leather bill book con- taining a number of papers. Finder kindly return to Herald office and receive reward. 54-6 SITUATIONS VACANT Mulshing carpeaters at the Raymond school at once. Apply Sharman Bros. Cassidy, Raymond, Alta. 58-3 W ANTED Good general servant, ap- ply .Mrs. Bleimer-Hassett, 1222 Red- NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that ap- plication .will be made to the Legis- lative Assembly of the Province of Alberta, at the next session thereof for an Act to amend Chapter 2S of the Statutes of 190S, being an Act incorporating the Bow River Collier- ies Railway company, extending the time for beginning coastructioa of the STOLEN OR West- 0 minster Rd. North, 3 large horses, One 'ojdark bay or brown horse, with white o-ion face and hind foot; brand quarter circle above and below H on left hip and shoulder. One sorrel horse, brand V short bar from top right corner on left hip and white on face. Were tied together by halters and reins. Also one bay horse not so large as other two, branded vertical UM on right shoulder. Reward of for return of three. Apply Jaiues_ Greip, Westmin- Westmin- [three. Apply ames Greip, ster Road. 56-5 and chain, nugget on chain, suitable reward. Apply Herald office. 56-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS You can easily pay for a farm In lou can easily pay l said railway, and extending the line Souaiern Alberta crop. We of the proposed railway from the have a plan that is unique. Let us present southern terminus to the j help you. Call or write Farm Secur- street. COOK capable wo- man to take charge of cooking on a ranch south of -the city. Good wages to the right party. Apply to Airs. C. Begin, 522 Dartlett St. 57-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR and 33 by 125 ft. lot, one block south and one block west of Westminster, school; size of house, 10x24; rents for also shack oil back of lot, rents for price of all ?1GOO.OO; cash, bal- ance and 12 mouths. Apply The Canadian Real Estate Co., rooms C and 7, Bryan block, Phone 1011. 58-6 FOR G roomed cottage east of Westminster Rd., semi-modern. Easy terms. Apply Box 14, Herald.57-6 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 qualified teacher for Diamond City school district No. 1861. Apply giving experience, references, etc., to P. Laughton, sec.-treas., Dia- mond City, Alta. 45-0 class pattern maker and moulder. Apply Lethbridge Iron Works. 52-0 town of Taber in the Province of Alberta, and thence south from the said town of Taber to a point on the International Boundary line, at or near Coutts in the .Province of Al- berta. Dated at Lethbridge this 20th day of December, A. D., 1909. SIMMONS SHEPHERD 8t Solicitors for Applicants. !ity Co., Whitney Block, i Alta. Lethbridge, 53-2 BUILD CANADIAN SHIPS IN GREAT BRITAIN London, Feb. special cor- respondent of the Glasgow Herald says building Canadian warships in Great Britain while preparing yards In Can- ada would be wise and forethoughtful policy and hopes it is not too late to prevent extravagant plans which are wound to arise in some measure in waste and failure. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is tht aole head of a. family, or any male over 18 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 Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. -Entry hV may be made at any agency 0% certain, conditions by father, mo- ther, ,son, 'da'ughter' brother or sister of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in eacfa of. three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of hia' home- etead on a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by ,him or by .his.father, 'mother, daughter, brother or sister. la certain a hoa. io 'good standing quarter-section "'alongside his itead. Price per acre. -Duties reside six months in each of six .years from date of hsmestead 'en- try (including the 'time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra., A homesteader who nas exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price 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. WANTED TO house with 8 to 12 rooms, close in; state lo- cation and price. Will pay spot cash. Box 20 Herald office. 58-6 WANTED TO owner, 2 lots close in, will pay all cash. 'Ad- dresstJ. D. Me. P. 0. Box 481, Leth- bridge. 57-2 acres of land at Chin, broken, perfectly level and free from stone. Apply R. V. Gibbons Co., Ott Block. Phone 1191. 56-C rooms and board for three, on or before March first. Box 56-0 11 Herald. in first class boarding house, 2 blocks from post office, prices moderate. Apply Box 8 Herald. 54-0 List your property with us: For sale, for rent or for a loan. W. H. Johnson, Johnson block, 323 Round St. 27-0 modern house, must be new Owners only need answer. R.. 53-0 SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATION experienced farm hand seeks engage- ment from March 1st, as FOR feet on ulyn Street. Price Good building site. Apply South Alberta Loan and In- vestment Co., 416 Dufferiu St., Bryan Block. 57-0 FOR house to be remov- ed from present site. Snap price to anyone who can use it. Apply South- ern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Ltd., 41G Dufferiu St., Bryan Block. 57-0 FOR new house on Court- land SL, very easy terms. Ap- ply S. A. Loan and Investment Co Dufferiu St. FOR lots ia tne North Ward, apiece, one-third cash, bal- ance monthly payments, will sell one, two, or all three; a good buy. Lonn- quist-Sharp Co.. Alberta Block, up- stairs. _ ment from March 1st, as foreman; capable of taking entire charge of FOR bargain, .close in, i.__f________ nlre 1 farm; highest references. Apply. Her- ald office, Box 23. 55-6 SITUATION farm by man and wife. German or Dutch peo- ple preferred. Apply Box F7F Herald. TO RENT OFFICES FOR suite of offices in the Southard block. Apply" A. Southard's store. 58-6 TO flat to let in modern house, with use of stove. Ap- ply 727 Crabb St., or Phone 1432. 57-6 TO and board in private, home for 3 respectable men; bath! shacks on 1 lot for Terms Ap: ply 937 Cutbill St., Duff Addition. 56-6 FOR houses for sale, on Coutts St., close in, Very easy terms. W'll brirg month. Apply Jus. Fisk. 56-6 FOR lots on McBeth street, each, on most favorable terms. When lot paid for will build house for you If desired. W. H. John- son, Johnson block, Round St. 55-6 55-6 buy for'cash one 25-- foot lot in Duff Addition. 9, Herald office. Reply Box 55-6 Hume lui o rebiJticiaoie men; oatn l room and piano. Apply Box 17 Her- FOR 8x16. Apply Jas ald Beard. 525 aid. 57-6 TO lady only, nicely fur- nished room in private home, modern conveniences; breakfast included. Apply 53 Argyle avenue. 45-0 inside lots at once. Owners only answer. R., Herald. 53-0 not too far .out R., Herald. 53-0 LOTS ON McBeth Street The Best Residence Lots on Nortk Side Within Two Blocks of New School per Lot Most favorable terms. Will build for you when lot is paid for, if desired JoKn son oc ound Street 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 MARKET 20 and 1 forty acre tract at ?75 per acre; ten acre tracts at per acre; choice irrigated lands, cultivated, 6 miles east of Lethbridge; 1-2 mile from C. P. R. siding; the tracts are selti-ig fast. at once as the numner I? limited. Terms, 1-4 cash; balance three equal annual payments. Tne Alberta Securities Ltd. 55-0 LAND FOR SALE FOR acres of land 1 1-2 Prince Rupert will be incorporated j miles from Mountain View; good under the municipal clauses act with, house, barn, out buildings and well; several specific features added provid-ia11 fenced; produces worth of ing for local conditions. The private everv VMr' lam1 bill is now being printed, x f MALA wiivi i u.U >V ILiilll UHB Isaac Riley was nominated yester- mile; greatest bargain ever offered in day as the Conservative candidate for Alberta lands. W. H. Johnson, John- Mr. Chamberlain walked with marked difficulty, being assisted by his son, Jos. Austen and Lord Morpet. IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA !l Authorized Capita! Paid Up___ Reserve Fund ____ A General banking Business Transacted. SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT tale TO comfortable bed sit- ting rooms; steam heated, electric light, ?8 and ?10 per month. 819 Crabb street 55-0 STORE FOR 60 ft. long, in Hill Block, Dufferin Street, nocv occu- pied by S. G. Tuff, grocers. Apply E. J. Hill LO. 56-6 FOR room house, 1209 Duf- ferin St., ?30 per month. R. V Gib- bons Co., Ott Block. Phone 1191 56-3 FOR roomed house on A.r- gyle Ave. 530.00 per month. R y Gib- bons Co., Ott Block. Phone 119] 56-3 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN-Why pay rent when we can let you have moncj enough to build your own house ai 6 per cent. We loan money on kinds G, city property, on terms that cannot be made hy others, becaarf we get the money from where it cheap. All kinds of farm loana MISCELLANEOUS FOR -SALE FOR head -work hor- ses, 1200 to 1500, all in good working condition. Apply West Canadian Col- lieries Ltd., Blairmore. 58-6 FOR -heavy mares and one three year old stallion broken to work, mares in foal. Terms given to right party. Apply 330 Torrance Ave. North Ward. 55.5 FOR ten ft. silent sales- men for present particulars apply W. Armstrong, jeweller. 57-6 FOR brood sows, due to farrow about April. Apply Lethbridge Farming Co., P. 0. Box 333, or 519 Crabb St. 56-6 FOR SALE OR and restaurant combined, eleven rooms and basement; good location for the right man. For terms apply E. -E Cokely, Coaldale. 55.12 FOR chair, oak rock- er, wicker rocker, dresser and stand, folding writing desk, one parlor rug, mangle; all new furniture. Must be sold at once. Apply 711 London Road. 55-6 FOR Cockshutt engine gang plow, 10 furrow, has only plow- ed 500 acres; will sell cheap, cash or terms given. G. C. McDonald, New Dayton, Alta. 55.5 grocery In Duff Addition, good business opening. P. O. Box 1D33. 64-6 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- o w itree f gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be sm> Mencea men furnished or contracts f- -r arwi see us when you want 01....... Phone 441. Block. Empire Land Co., Ott 252-0 MONEY TO and insur- ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Alberta and Investment Co., 416 Dnfferin street, Bryan WocK 298-0 teKcn. For full particulars address James Peat Sons, Lethbridge. AUa., Yorkton, Sask., or Petrolea, Ont 42-26 FOR milch cow. Apply H. Aitken, 2nd house east of English Cemetery, or Box 575, Lethbridge, Alta. 52-Ox LEGiON OF FRONTIERSMEN jFOK Dairy, 233 A meeting of those persons interest-'acres land. 30 fcead milch cows, 5 eil in forming a Lethbridge Commami'llpad horses. 10 head young stock. 12 will be held in the office of T. E. Pat-1 norsc Power gasoline engine, chop- teson, Oliver Rlockr Lethbridcft nn mower, rake, plow and nil from date of deposit. anowed rr: LETHBRIDGE ROUND ST. VV R SEATLE EAST END CORNER WESTMINSTER Manaoer' ROAD AND FORD ST. 9 urday evening the 13th instT 56-4 NOTICE A MEETING of the employers of la- bor in t.lie building and allied tradoc; will be held in Messrs. Smith Wil- son's office on Friday night, Febrnarv 18th at 8 p.m. Object to form Build'-! ers' Association. Signed: WM. WATTS dairy requirements. Only dairy in town. Address L. Ln- combe, Alta. 55-6 FOR sale of furniture at 642 Glyn St. 57-4 WANTED Muskrat Coyote Skins IP VnlilHitPfJ 'ilcn TiiHrto nf quantities, also hides of 57-2 all kinds. Highest prices paid. J. Young 405 Smith St ;