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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge DaUy Herald, Monday, February SNAPS IN HOUSES Two modern cottages on Bruuton Street, Biverview, each cash, balance easy. Big 8 room house close in, cash, balance per montli. New 6 room house on Courtland Street, fully modern, big lot handles; balance easy. New 6 room house on Hodgmaii St. for cash balance easy. Grood 7 room house on Crabb handles; balance Lots in any part of the city. Good 7 room honse for rent, close in. We will trade improved city property for land anywhere east or south of Lethbridge or land for city property. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON TODAY WE HAVE :t NEW LAID EGGS Alberta Block. Phone 777 wT vT v TV TvTwTsJTvTvTv T IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA Capital Capital Paid Reserve Fund o A General Banking Business Transacted. -fj SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits ot and upwards received and interest allowed from date of deposit LETHBRJDGE ST. W. R. SEATLE, ft Vp EAST END WESTMINSTER Manager. ROAD AND FORD ST. CHEAP CULTIVATION P. 0. Box 261 Phone 1214 The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. 414 Dufferin'St. Lethbridge, Alta.. Royal Filing Devices Safes, and OFFICE SPECIALTIES j: Furniture, Trunks, j etc., taken to any part of the city. J. FIGGINS PHONE 652 LOCAL CURLERS WIN AT MACLEOD A rink, of local curlers journeyed to Macleod on Saturday afternoon for a- friendly match with the curlers of that town. The players all report a pleasant trip and good games, having nothing but praise for the hospitality accorded them.' Their only regret is >_at not having a flbk in Lethoridge they are unable to ifiye the Macleod curlers a return, mfcfcn and it Je, the intention that by Another season a suitable building will be erected here "to afford opportunity for indulgence in me king of winter sports. Below is the score of games played on Saturday: Afternoon Game P. kortright, N, Macleod, J. Davis, M. Freeman. R. G. Matthews, D. Duff, A. Van Somerin, S. J. Shepherd, Skip........9 Skip........11 Evening Game Dr. A. Kennedy, M. Freeman, Capt. Bryan, D. Duff, D. Douglas, S. J. A. Young, X. Macleod, Skip 7 Skip 11 AN INDUCEMENT To Buy and Settle on Alberta Lands A. Maxwell Returns F, A. Maxwell of the Lethbridge In- vestment Co. has returned to the city from a trip to the coast. When away he visited Spokane, the Paulouse County. Walla Walla, Portland, Ta coma, Olympia, Seattle, Victoria and Vancouver, returning by way of the Arrow Lakes. He combined business with pleasure and has returned much Invigorated and ready for the stren uous rush of business which has al ready struck Lethoridge. When away he. tried to investisat the.farming and fruit propositions of the different places .visited as much as the season of the year would al- low. found also that the values at all these extremely 'high, and so many people in these points are looking forward to a visit to Sunny Southern Alberta in order to purchase land where so much en- ergy would not need to be .spent in preparation of the land for a crop. They could not understand how a man 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 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR shares Liberty' Pa I tit Co. stock, worth paying sub- tautial dividend, shipping Young's lubber Roof Paint all over the world, o exchange as part payment on half section good wheat land, located in he vicinity of Lethbridge, Now Day- on, or any good shipping point. CIHI jive satisfactory proof of value' of stock. Address L. E. Fosdlck, Liberty, Union Co., Ind. CO-ti t Mock Viner i: Family Grocers I Redpath Street Sherlock Block FOR buggy, new har- ness, saddle, everything complete A bargain Apply Box 15, Hera'd Of :ce. fifi-3 FOR 5x7 single drum with Winch Hoisting engines, complete with boilers, used only for erection of Bellevue and McGniivray Creek Coal Tipples. Pi'ice c.ish. Ad- dross the C. 0. Bartlett Snow Co., Coleman, Alta. 60-12 FOR ten ft. 'silent sales men. For prices, and particulars apply W. J. Armstrong, Jeweller. 60-6 FOR railroad outfit, con sistiug of one Western Trader, 15 dump wagons, 37 highball No. 3 whee ecrapers, R.R. hand plows, utensils, etc For information apply to J. J. lleac Magratb, Alta. .60-20 LET YOUR CROP PAY FOR YOUR Security Co. will buy a 'arm and sell to you on crop payment basis. Low interest. Farm Security Co.. Whitney Block, Lethbridge, Alta. 60-2 GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA FOR head -work hor ses, 1200 to 1500, all in good working condition. Apply West Canadian Co! 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 Avc North Ward. 58-1 FOR ten ft. silent sales men for present particulars apply W Armstrong, jeweller. 57- FOR brood sows, due farrow about April. Apply Lethbridgi Farming Co., P. 0. Box 333, or 51 Crabb St. 56- NOTICE is hereby given that an examination will be held by Nathaniel Marshall, Lethbridge, a duly appoint- ed Inspector of Steam Boilers for the Province of Alberta, at Lethbridge, Feb. 25 and 26, A. R. I. reading rooms. Frank, March 4 and 5, hotel. Pincher Creek, March 8, Arlington Hotel...... Macleod, March 10, Town Hall. Granum, March 12, Royal Hotel. Claresholm, March 14, Wilton Ho- tel. Sfcaveley, March 16, hotel. Raymond, March 21, Town Hall. Cardston, March 23, Hotel. Warner, March 29. hotel. Taber, March 31, Union Hotel. Grassy Lake, April 2, Hotel, at 9J o'clock a.m., for the purpose of giv- ing engineers and apprentices an op- portunity of qualifying for certificates under the provisions of the Steam Boilers Act, 1906. Application Forms may be obtained FOR SALE OR an restaurant combined, eleven room and basement; good location for th right man. For terms apply E. E Cokely, Coaldale. 55-1 FOR chair, oak rock er, wicker rocker, dresser and stam folding writing desk, one parlor ru all new furniture. Must b sold at once. Apply 711 London Road. 55-6 Herald Want Results One Insertion 25c 6 AdvertiunentB not Exceeding 35 words, cent per Word Additional, Pay in advance SITUATIONS VACANT once, good general ser- ant for one month or six weeks. Ap- >ly Mrs. Bruce Beagle, 650 Crabb St. 60-6 maid. Ward Hospital. Apply North GO-2 VVAis good general servant. Mrs. Alex. McQueen, 626 Coutts St. 60-2 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR lots 13 to 19 inclusive in Blk. B., Ernest St., off London Road, 1375 each. Terms. Apply J. T. Roth- well, Box 191 City or phone 389. 59-C to address envelopes. Inquire at Room 2. Bryan Block after FOR and 33 by 125 ft. lot, one block south and oae block west of Westminster size of house, Itixitt; rants for 116.00; alio shack on back of lot, rents for price of all catfb, bal- ance 6 and 12 .months. Apply The Canadian Real Estate Co., rooms 6 and 1, Bryan block, Phone 1011. 5g-6 9 a.m. 60-0 cook. Apply at once. Chef's Cafe. 59-2 boy for general work. Apply Dr. F. H. Mewburn, Redpath St. 59-0 10 finishing carpenters at the- Raymond sohool at once. Apply Sharman Bros. Cassidy, Raymond, Alta. 5S-3 general servant, ap- ply Mrs. Blenner-Hassett, 1222 Red- path street. 58-0 COOK capable wo- man to take charge of cooking on a ranch south of the city. Good wages to .the right party. Apply to Mrs. C. Begin, 522 Bartlett St. 57-6 experienced timber and saw mill men wanted at the Mountain View saw mill. Mountain View, Alta. k 51-12 n FOR 6 roomed cottage east of Westminster Rd., serai-modern. Easy terms. Apply Box 14, HeraId.57-6 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., -116 Dufferin St., Bryan Block. 57-O FOR new house on Court- land St., very easy terms. Ap- ply S. A. Loan and Investment Co 416 Dufferin St. 57-0 FOR lots in the North Ward, J150-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 scairs. 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, 55-6 class pattern maker and moulder. Works. cultivation at the price of or per acre because they were accustom- ed to paying per acre for land wmch cost ?100 an" acre more to clear and put In cultivation. At Olympia Mr. Maxwell spoke to a man who would willingly let the co-tract to any one who would clean 1000 acres and .put it under cultiva- tion Tor 5100'per acre. DISTRICT COURT Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG-BROS.Proprietora Office next Arcade Phone 1163 Joseph Chamberlain, the British statesman, who is in feeble health, ar- rived set Cannes, France, yesterday. WANTED Muskrat Coyote Skins District court win oe nem tomorrow, v_e following cases being on the docket: Hudson's Bay Co. vs Keffer; John- stone. Ritchie; W. C. Ives. .Nesbitt vs Gunn; R. A. Smith; Ritchie. Kane vs C. P. R.; R. A. Smith; R. B. Bennett to the above-named inspector, and and must be properly filled out, wit- nessed, and declared to before a. Com- missioner or Justice of the Peace, be- fore an examination. can be granted. JOHN STOCKS, Deputy aiinlster. Department of Public Works, Edmon- ton, 25, 1910. COMPLETE ARTESLA.N 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- ienceu men furnished or contracts tanen. full particulars address James Peat Sons, Lethbridge, Alta., Yorkton, Sask., or Petrolea, Ont. 42-26 FOR sailch cow. Apply H. Aitken, 2nd house east of English Cemetery, or Box 575, Lethbridge, Alta. 52-Ox There will be a bonspiel at Macleod Plunkett Savage vs Dyer; Sim- on Wednesday and Thursday of this Shepherd; In person. week 'in which several of the Pass Gergiey vs Weligti; Simmons and towp.-s will participate, and .it is the Shepherd; Conybeare Church, intention of the enthusiasts of this Union Bank vs Buck; Johnstone ci.y.to enter a team for the events. Ritchie; In person. Tne victories at Macleod on Saturday with no practice at all on the part or the Lethbridge curlers shows that this city has the material for a curl- ing-rink that ought to make good any- where. It is to be hoped that steps NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that an application will be made to the Legis- lative Assembly of the Province of Alberta at the next scssien thereof, NOTICE is hereby given that dog tax- os for the' year 1910 are due. Own- ers of dogs can have license by ap- plying at the police station. Any dogs running at large without a tag ror the year 1910 after the 1st of March, 1910, will be impounded and if not claimed within 48 hours will be destroyed. (Signed) JOS. GILLESPIB, 59-8 Chief of Police. FOR sale of furniture at 642 Glyn SL 57-1 nnallfiort fftr 1 V Diamond City school district No. 1861. Apply giving experience, references, tc., to P. Laughton, sec.-treas., Dia- mond City, Alta. 45-0 shacks on 1 lot for ?500. Terms Ap- ply 937 Cutbili St., fluff Addition. 56-6 FOR Two brick for sale OR Coutts St., close in, Very easy terms. WU1 brirg p.-r month. Apply Jas. Fisk. SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATION experienced farm hand seeks engage- ment from. March 1st, as capable of taking entire foreman; charge of farm; highest references. Apply Her- ald' office, Box 23. 55-6 oa-rgam, close in. 2 FOR 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. TO RENT TO shacks furnished, ?5 and per month. Close in. Apply Galvin Hatfield, 1 Ott Block, hound St. 60-1 FOR teams' ot good Percheron bred work horses 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. 59-6 TO to rent in modern house, suitable for two gentlemen. ;iose in. Apply between 9 and 12 a.m. at 524 Smith St. v 60-6 LAND FOR SALE FOR acres of land 1 1-2 miles from Mountain View; good house, barn, out buildings and well; all fenced; produces ?1000 worth of >hay every year; land well worth per acre; will sell for less than half price; new railroad to run within one mile; greatest bargain ever offered in Alberta lands. W. H. Johnson, Joim- on Block, 323 Round street 58-4 RATEPAYERS will soon be taken to provide a curling j rink here when the "roarin" game" may take its place with sports of the city. the other an act incsrporate a cempany under the name of the "Alberta and Bow Island Railway with power, to con- struct and operate the following lines of railway: Niagara Falls, Orrt., Feb. An im- From a at or near Coutts in portant extension to the Niagara St 1 Township one, Ranges Fifteen and Catharines and Toronto Radial Rail- j Sixteen' thencet in a northeasterly dl- rection to a ooiat at or near Bow Is- way will be -built this spring when a land in Township Eleven, Range Thtr- line will be constructed from Port teen, West of the Fourth Principal pETITIONS for sewer, water, side- walk, electric light or other Local Improvements will be received by the undersigned until Friday the 1st day of April 1910, 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. W. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. OR Breed scrip.South Af- ican Veteran Land Warrants for sale. Write or wire. York McNamara, 44 asper Ave. West, Edmonton, Alta. 51-26 'OR lots with 1 1-2 storey louse in Duff Addition. A snap at Complete March 1, 10. Write Box II, Herald Office. 53-0 ID unlimited quantities, also hides of {Colborne to Fort Erie and Brideebure: Meridian, thence in a northeasterly .IT 1. j O .1 ._______r_j. m______t_i_ Tru M all kinds. prices paid. j connecting this city with J, Young 405 Smith St. j Beach. Crystal M M M M H M M 4 4 0 ur Drewmaster ys To Us: "You need not hesitate to recommend Alberta's Pride as one of the very best beers on the market today. "I have been brewing beer for twenty years now and never before have I turned out a product with which I was so well satisfied as I am with Lethbridge beer. "With such remarkably fine water as this brewery uses, with solaly owned and occupied by him or by hi3 father, mother, son, daughter brother or sister. In certain districts a hoiu'steade pre-empt a I Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. PHONE NO. W4.V- f M f f M..M M M H t M M M M H H M M tricity, and to sell and distribute elec- tric power, and with the other neces- sary or usual rights, powers and priv- ileges. Dated at Edmonton in the Province of Alberta, this Eighth day of Febru- ary, 1910. SHORT, BIGGAR, COWAN COLLTSSON, 'OR quarter of ;hln 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 gold by Do- minion government last July for ?81 an acre; quarter to north 552; price for my quarter Soil, etc., Iden-i tical with other quarters. Rare oppor- tunity. Write Government Experi- mental Farm for opinion of south-east quarter section 30-9-184 or anybody fn Lethbridge district Apply Box 9 Lethbridge Herald. TO room, with fur- nace heat, per week single occu- pant, double occupant. 1220 Bom- pas St 60-2 FOR W. 14 8-11-21 six miles From Diamond City and S. W. 14 27-12- 22 six miles Irom new station. In re- ply state terms and crops you desire to put on land. Herbert Irwin, Gales burg, 111.., U. S. A. 60-2 FOR residence, 1272 Redpath St, recently decorated and put in good repair, beautiful grounds. Favorable lease to desirable tenant J. D. Higinbotham. 60-6 buy for cash one 25- foot lot'iu Duff Addition. 9, Herald office. Reply Box 55-6 FOR 8x16. Apply Jas Beard, 525 McNabb street, North Ward. 55_6 WANTED--TO purchase close In, all .modern conveniences, 5 or 6 rooms. Owners only. Apply G care of. P. Burns Co. 60-6 WANTED TO house with 8 to 12 rooms, close in; state lo- cation acd price. Will pay spot cash. Box 20 Herald office. 53-6 acres of land at Chin, broken, perfectly level and free from stone. Apply R. V. Gibbons Co., Ott Block. Phone 1191. 56-6 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. Herald. Apply Box S 54-0 TO furnished room in. modern house; half block south of Cen- tral school. 623 Coutts. 60-O-x TO room to rent, very close, with modern conveniences. Very comfortable. Address M. Y. Herald. 59-0 FOR No. 1016, London Road, 1 rooms. Rent 135.00 per mo. The Alberta Securities Ltd. 59-6 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. R., Herald. 53-O not too far out. R., Herald. 53.0 MARKET 20 and 1 forty acre tract at per acre: ten OFFICES FOR suite offices in tke Southard block.. Apply A. Southard's store. 5S-6 to FOR Quarter section best land in the world in Sunny Southern Alberta, near l raise from 25 to 60 bushels wheat acre; perfectly level, free from 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- 9-18. Write Government Experimental Farro, Lethbridge, or any body In Leth bridge district as to quality, of soil Box 9, Lethbridge Her- TO fiat to let in modem house, with use of stove. Ap- ply 727 Crabb St., or Phone 1432. 57-6 TO and board in private heme 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. 53 Argyle avenue. 45-0 east of Lethbridge; 1-2 mile from C. P. R. siding; the tracts are selling fast. Call at once as the numoer limited. Terms, 1-4 cash; balance three equal annual payments. Trie Alberta Securities Ltd. to-0 LOST AND FOUND 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 offices In new Al- berta block. For terms and partic- ulars apply Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co. 27-0 in good standing Timy pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. Dutic --Must reside six months in each o six from date of herneatead on try (including the time required t and see us when yon want Phone 44L Empire Land BlocTi. TO rooms, all white help. Apply Rose Cafe, 406 Westminster Road. 34-0 TO furnished rcom In warm modern house, two blocks east of Central school, a good home to the right party. Apply 605 Aslimead straet. 50-0 TO Two comfortable bed sit- ting rooms; steam heated, -'electric light, and 510 per Crabb street month. 819 55-4 corner of Round and Redpath streets, gold watch; OWTVT can have same by proving property and paying for this adv. Chief of Police. 55-tJ 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. Co., Ott 252- f STORE FOR ft long, in Hill Block, Dufferin Street, now occu- pied by S. G. Tuff, grocers'. Apply MONEY TO LOAN-Loans and Insur- ance on farm and city property. Ap- Sollcltors for {OT. publication ofjPJv the Southern Alberta Loan and this advertisement will not be paid Investment Co., 416 Dufferin street. E. J. HSU 5G-6 I Bryan blocK 298-0 MADAM pian- ist. Teacher of pianoforte and voice culture. MISS NORMAN teacher of dancing, ballroom and stage. 622 Crabb St 60-6 STOLEN OR West- minster Rd. North, 3 large horses. Ono dark bay or brown horse, with white on 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 corner on left hip and white on face. Were tied together by baiters 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 James Greip, Westmin- three. Apply ames Greip, ster Road. Westmin- 56-5 and chain, nugget on chain, suitable reward. Apply Herald office. 56-e ;