Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 6 The Letfebridge Dally Herald, Saturday, February SNAPS IN HOUSES Two modern cottages on Brunton Street, Riverview. 1600.00 each cash, balance easy. Big 8 room house close in, cash, balance per month. New .6 room house on Courtland Street, fully modern, hig lot handles; balance easy. New" 6 room house on Hodgman St. for balance easy. Good 7 room house on Crabb handles; balance easy. Lots in any part of the city. Good 7 room house for close in. We will trade improved city property for land anywhere east or south of land for city property. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON NEW LAID EGGS IN FRESH FRUIT WE HAVE Grape Fruit Celery Oranges Lemons Cauliflower v Cabbage, etc. Alberta Block. Phone 777 IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA Capital Capital Paid Up......................-.....-........... Reserve Fund......................................... A General Banking Business Transacted. SAVINGS BANK DEPAETMENT Deposits of and upwards received and interest allowed from date of LETHBRIDGE ST. W. R. SEATLE, EAST END WESTMINSTER Manager. ROAD AND FORD ST. PRESENTATION AT HIGH SCHOOL LIT. The High School Literary Society tnet as usual yesterday afternoon for their semi-weekly meeting. Consider- able time was given to the discussion of business after which a lively little program "was rendered. The event of the meeting was the presentation of a brooch to 'Miss Mar- jorie Teraiser, who is leaving shortly for Princeton, B. C. The following address was read by Bewle Pat teson: Dear few of your most intimate friends of Standard VI t do not wish to see you go away Ray Clarence Sherlock, lands. (Signed) John I Davidson and Geo. E. Foster. All the cheques Signed on behalf of standard VL, The report, after referring to the j MIsg Beanettt Bessie Patteson, Anna abundant harvest of last year and Patteson, Grace Prouse, Ruth Thomas to high prices of produce of all kinds, Katie Brodie> Norman states that there was an increase in; LMaggtonf Arthur WALKER TORONTO'S FAVORITE rlUUOli 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 while wheat, barley, flax, cultivated The debat6t tfae gubject of grasses, potatoes and roots showed a was TesolTed tnat Rome contrlDuted more to modern civilization than crease on the whole of acres Greece( was earnestlv contested by compared with the previous year. the deDaters. The judges gave their The decrease in the area under crop j decision by a small margin in favor is attributed to the lateness of the1 AT THE THEATRES "THE FIGHTING HOPE" The production of the Fighting Hope at the Majestic last niglit -was well up to the expectations of the public. This strong story familiar to most readers of modern fiction was given an. added force and charm in the realistic setting it received at the han'ds of the Summers, Stock_Co. The absence of Will Blake in the usual role of leading man was regret- ted many. Mr. Blake has become a great favorite in his short stay here but the play with the small personelle required production was thor- oughly well staged. Tonight a comedy drama "The Bach elor's Honeymoon" will be presented in which Mr. Blake will appear. FOR sale of furniture at 642 Gtyn St. 57-4 FOR -teams of good Percheron bred work horse's and mar- es, 5 years old, weight from to Ibs. Can be ceen at D. J. Whit- ney's farm, 2 miles south of the city. Telephone 116. qualified teacher for Diamond City school district No. 1861 Apply giving experience, references etc., to P. Laughton, 6ec.-treas., DIa mond City, Alta. 45-0 class pattern maker and moulder. Apply Lethbridge Iron Works. S2-0 SITUATIONS WANTED as chambermai LOST AND FOUND STRAYED OR bay horses branded 04 on right shoulder, weight 900 and 1100 Ibs., both with hatter and rope. One horse has white face, other with white s'tar on fore- head. Both horses have hairless spots on both sides of belly; horses were raised in Little Bow. Finder will be rewarded ?10. Please notify owner by telephone 215, Macleod, or by letter or waitress in good hotel. 19, Herald Office. Apply Bo 59- 011 G roomed cottage ast of Westminster Rd., semi-modern "asy terms. Apply Box 14, Herald.57-G 'OR feet on ulyn Street rice Good building site. Apply South Alberta Loan and In- vestment Co., 416 Dufferin St., Bryan Block. 57-O FOR house to be remov- ed from present site. Snap price to inyoae who can use it. Apply South- ern Alberta Loan and Investment Co T'td., 416 Dufferin St.. Bryan Block. 57-0 FOR new house on Court- .and St., very easy terms. Ap- ply S. A. Loan and Investment Co 416 Dufferin SL 57.5 FOR lots in the North Ward, apiece, one-third cash, bal- ance monthly payments, will sell one two, or all three; a good buy. Lonn' quIsc-Sharp Co., Alberta Block, up- stairs. FOR bargain, close in 2 shacks on 1 lot for J5DO. Terms Ap- ply 937 Cutblll St., Duff Addition. FOR brick hou-os for sale Coutts St., close in, Verv c-asy terms, brir-g month. Apply Jas. Fisk P'.T 56-6 SITUATION experienced farm hand seeks engage- ment from March 1st, as foreman; capable of taking entire charge of farm; highest references. Apply Her- ald office. Box 23. 55-6 FQR lots on McBeth street, each, on most favorable terms. When lot paid for will build heuse for you if desired, w. H John- son, Johnson block, Round St 55-6 55-6 SITUATION farm by man and wife. German or Dutch peo- ple preferred. Apply Box F7, Herald. P. 0. box 143, Macleod. 58-2 I P. O. Box 261 Phoqe 1214 The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. spring, but it resulted in more sum- mer fallowing being done, and a praise worthy effort to destroy weeds. 414 Dufferin St. Lethbridge, Alta. Royal l ypewriters Filing Devices Safes, and OFFICE SPECIALTIES of the affirmative side. Something new and interesting was WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, Feb. closed 1-S to 1-4 lower today. Chicago and Minneapolis markets opened 14 to 3-S higher. Winnipeg was 1 1-8 higher than yes- terday's close. There was a weak speh just after the opening but all mar- bets strengthened and the fluctuations ia Chicago and Minneapolis being about one cent range. There was no thing in the news to warrant the bulge- but markets are so heavily oversold on the theory that prices "will have to adjust themselves sooner or later. The export demand is very slack and prices about two cents out of line with Liver- pool. Chicago opened. May 113 3-S; July 104; closed May 114, July 104 3-4. Minneapolis, May opened 113 3-S. July 113. Closed May 113 3-4, July 113 1-4. Winnipeg. Feb. opened 103, May 106 14 to 3-8; closed Feb. 103 14, May 106 1-2. Oats closed Feb. 35 34; May 37 34; July 3S 5-8. which went something the same as the old spelling matches only the dates of the Important events in. Can- aaian history were used instead of words. Owing to an accident with the press the "Observer" was not published this week but the critic was appointed as usual, and not being In a criticizing mood the meeting adjourned in per- fect harmony. SOME BILL NEXT WEEK On Monday and Tuesday nights only the Eureka will show thirty-one views of the famous Joliet Prison and its inmates." These .views have been pack Ing the theatres of Manitoba and are now working west and will be in our city for the two nights only. There is a lecture in connection with them which makes it exceedingly interest- ing. On Wednesday and Thursday nights the motion pictures of Com- mander Peary departing for the North Pole on the Roosevelt, and his big re- ception at Sydney, Nova Sc.otia, on his return will be shown. In connection Feb. 14 a purse containing sum of money and receipts. Finder please return to Herald office, or 615 Round street and receive reward. 55-6 TO RENT TO room to rent, very close, with modern conveniences. Very comfortable. Address M. Y. Herald. 59-O FOR No. 1016, London Road, 7 rooms. Rent per mo. The Alberta Securities Ltd. 59-6 corner of Round and Redpath streets, gold watch; owner can have same by proving property and paying for this adv. Chief of Police. 55-ti buy for cash one 25- foot lot in Duff Addition. Reply Box 9, Herald office. 55.6 FOR SALE-Shack 8x16. Apply Jas. Beard, 525 McNabb street, North Ward- 55-6 OFFICES FOR suite of FOR roomed modern house on London Road, lot 5, block A 100; private loan, room house Hodgman street, lots 5 and 6, fenced, furnace, wired, maple floors down stairs, Terms to suit on either; first payment Apply Box 1933, 922 Hodgman St 54-6 offices in the Southard block. A. Southard's store. Apply 58-6 gold locket, mono- gram M. G. Owner can have same at Herald office. 52-6 brown leather bill book con- taining a number of papers. Finder kindly return to Herald office and receive reward. 56-12 I We are offering for ONE WEEK ONLY A Big Discount on all Easy Cnairs and Rockers We have a large assortment to choose from and all these goods are in first class con- dition. Call and inspect our stock early and get the benefit of the finest line of these goods in the city. Our Prices are Always trie Lowest of the Lowest The Standard Furniture Co. Successors to THE WHITE FURNITURE 324 Crabb St. Opp. the Herald 3 Doors south of the Bank of Montreal THE NEW HOTEL ALEXANDRA The new Hotel Alexandra is fast nearing completion and many anxious inquiries are being made by Leth- bridge people and many outsiders as to when it will be opened. The date of opening for business will be an- nounced within a week and the hotel, with all its latest and most up-to-date equipment, now being installed, is not surpassed by any hotel of its size between Winnipeg and Vancouver. It will be a strictly European hotel with meals at all hours. It is feared that the elevator will not be in operation on the opening day as it has not arrived yet. The determination of the manage- ment to meet the requirements of the public in every department Is shown by engaging an efficient staff of twenty-five people whose names will be all given la these columns later. Some of them wil'i not arrive for a week, yet Mr. G. Estinsory, a French chef, whose reputation and skill in the culinary department need not bo questioned, having served for eight years at the Davenport in Spokane, Wash., arrived In Lethbridge yester- day morning and before nine o'clock had engaged with Mr. Murray as chef for the new Alexandra, j Don't forget to engage a room at [the tables In the new cafe, for they are going to full early and often. i The kitchen and cafe will have a feed- ing capacity of about two thousand with this Mr.- Morris has secured Lil- lian Doone Co., one of the most mervelous and mystifying mind read- ers before the public. C. Nat Tyson, the Irish comedian, in a Pit of Blarney. From the above It -will be seen that the Eureka man- agement intends to maintain the high standard performances always present ed at this playhouse. There is al- so to be remembered the big diamond ring contest which closes Friday even- ing. STOLEN OR West- minster Rd. North, 3 large horses. One ark bay or brown horse, with white n face and hind foot; brand quarter ircle above and below H on left hip nd shoulder. One sorrel horse, brand short bar from top rijht corner n left hip and white on face. Were ied together by halters and ne bay horse not so large as other wo, branded vertical UM on right houlder. Reward of ?10 for return of hree. Apply James Greip, Westmin- hree. Apply ames Greip, Westmin- meals per twenty-four hours. Hav- SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who n the aole head of a family, or any male aver 18 yeara old, may homeetead 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 Snb Agency for the district, Entry by prexy may be made at any agency on certain conditions by father, mo- ther, son, daughter, brother or sister of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land In eack of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, daughter brother or sister. In certain districts a in good standing may pre-empt home- Dntiea ing fed as many as 1212 people in the old Alexandra In twenty-four hours, there is no doubt but that H will easily i reach live above figure. t Mr. and Mrs. M array wish to thank quarter-section alongside bis Mead. Price 53.00 per acre. -Must reside six month? in each o six jcars from date of hsmestead en try (including the time required earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhauste his homestead right and cannot ob tue good people of Lethbridge and theitaln a may take a pur public at laree for their liberal nat in certain districts iiuouc ai large ior incur noerai ?3 OQ per ronage, having given them the pleas- j reside six months In each of three ure of serving the enormous number of meals in the past tweJve mom.is. ending Feb. 6th, and hope to be of still greater service to a still greater number of people In their new quarters. years, cultvate fifty acres and erec a house worth W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior Ottawa, Canada. 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 room and piano. Apply Box 17 Her- ald. 57-6 TO lady only, nicely fur- nished room in. private home, modern conveniences; breakfast included. Apply 53 Argyle avenue. 45-0 ster Road. TO offices In new Al- berta block. For terms and partic- ulars apply Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co. 27-0 TO rooms, all white help. Apply Roso Cafe, 406 Westminster Road. 34-0 56-5 and chain, nugget on hain, suitable reward. Apply Herald office. 56_6 R 9 10, block 18, Lia iL frentage and two roomed shack What offers? Cash. Box Z, Herald offlce- 45-ox FOR roomed heuse, fully "idem. Situated ou corner lot 4.onlv I Ceurband. 53 J You can easily pay for a farm !n bouthern Alberta out of the crop We have a plan that Is unique. Let us help you. Call or write Farm Secur- ity Co., Whitney Block, Lethbridge, 5S-2 Alta. WANTED TO BUY-Modern house with S to 12 rooms, close in; state lo- cation and price. Will pay spot cash. Box 20 Herald office. ss-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 acres of land at Chin broken, perfectly level and free from stone. Apply R. V. Gibbons Co., Ott Block. Phone 1191 LAND FOR SALE FOR acres of land 1 1-2 miles from Mountain "View; good house, barn, out buildings and well; all fenced; produces worth of hay every year; land well worth J40 per acre; will sell for less than half Jrice; new railroad to ran within one mile; greatest bargain ever offered in Alberta lands. W. H. Johnson, John- son Block, 323 Round street 58-4 TO comfortably fur- nished rooms in warm modern house close in. Apply at 422 Coutts street. Middle brick house. 54-6 ROOM AND per week. Table board per week. Home- made pies and cakes for bachelors. AH modern house, close to Central school. 619 Cutbill street. 54-6 TO comfortable bed sit- ting rooms; steam heated, electric light, and ?10 per month. 819 Crabb street 55-0 Breed scrip.South Af- rican Veteran Land Warrants for sale Write or wire. York McNamara, 44 Tasper Ave. West, Edmonton, Alta. 51-26 FOR lots with 1 1-2 storey house in Duff Addition. A anap at Complete March 1, 10. Write Box 11, Herald Office, STORE FOR ft. long, in Hill Block, Dufferin Street, now occu- pied by S. G. Tuff, grocers. Apply E. J. Hill 56-6 MONEY TO LOAN 56-C rooms and board for three, on or before March first. Box 11 Herald. 56.0 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., Herald. 53.0 inside lots at once Owners only answer. Herald. 53-6 not too far out R., Herald. NOTICE is hereby given that dog tax- es for the year 1930 are due. Owm- ers of dogs can have license by ap- plying at the jvjlJce station. Any dogs running at large without a tag tor the year 1910 after the 1st of March, will be impounded and if not claimed within 48 hours wiil be destroyed. publication of (Signed) Ibia advertisement will not be paid 159-8 for. JOS. GILLESPIE, MONEY TO pay rein when we can let you 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, becauf we get the money from where it cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne- gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be stm and see us when yon wnnt Phone Block. SECOXD HAND is the good of putting away anything that you can't use or wear, such as cast-oft clothing, etc.? I pay cash for old clothing, shoes, hats, gnns, pistols, all kinds of musical instru- ments, trunks and Second Hand Store, Redpath Street. P.O. Box 54; telephone 1457. 34-26 441. Empire Land Co., Ott 262-r MONEY TO and insur- ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment. Co., 416 Dufferin street. Bryan Nock 298-0 LEGION OF FRONTIERSMEN A meeting of those persons interest ed in forming a Lethbridge Command will be held in the office of T. E. Pat- MARKET 20 and 1 forty acre tract at 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 sellH? fast. Call at once as the numoer i? 'imitcd. Terms. 1-4 cash; balance three equal annual payments. The Alberta Securities Ltd. WANTED Muskrat Coyote Skins in unlimited quantities, hides of teson, Oliver Block, Lethbridge on kinds. Highest prices Chief of Police, urday evening the I9th Snst 56-4 J. Young 405 Smith St.