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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday. February 22, 1910 FIRE BRIGADE SNAPS IN HOUSES 10 room fully modern house on lots 4, 5 and G, block 2, in Riverview, 1-2 cash; balance 'arranged, Big new double brick house, 7 rooms each; wired and furnace, corner MacOuff and Glyn, 1-2 cash; balance arranged. New 5 room house. No, 90N Glyn St., modem, but no sewer, ready to connect In spring; two lots. 1-2 cash; balance arranged. New 7 room house corner Mac-Duff and fully modern; ivacly to connect in spring when sewer.goes, in, 1-2 cash; balance arranged. New S room modern house, fine throughout, barn and fence, on big lot 612 Glyn St., cash; balance arranged. 5 room house, barn and big chicken house; all on G lots, Rosedale Addition; easy terms. Will sell or trade any of above. Two modern cottages ou Brunton Si, eacli cash; balance easy. New room house on Courtlaud St., fuliv mod- ern, ?60Q.OO cash; balauce easy. New tJ room house on Hodgman St., oo cash; balance easy. Fully modem 8 room house, new, on two loLs, Lots alone worth Price Good terms, good buy. New room cottage with hall, on corner lor, close in, cash; balance arranged to suit. Good 7 room house for rent, close in Lots in any part of the city. Will trade improved city property for land jiuywhere east or south of land for property. j, m.j HAD A RUN I TODAY WE HAVE "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block. Phone 777 rent Engine Was The lire brigade had a short run last night about half past nine when a rent belonging to Frank on thei edge of the coulee behind the Steam Laundry caught fire. The alarm was turned in when the tent was in a mass of flame's already, and although the brigade arrived on the si-ot a few minutes afterwards, it was practically completely destroyed. The owner and bis partner were not in the tent at the time. The fire Is sup- posed to have caught from the stove a. may be available, for the payment of prisoners. the interest upon said bonds and cipally of the Catalonian-Rev- slow as they seem. Th'fi. bar work, parallel and high bar, has been the subject of considerable comment among those who have seen the "stunts" at the gym, and promises to be something out of the ordinary. further essential in this province 'that the interest ot j 3> olutionists. all of the said money for which principal sum :ind interest the province is pledged. shall be expended in railway construction 'and in the construction of nothing but them, and on account of the legal terms used, harder still to follow by a first class and modern railway cap-j people of average intelligence. These IN FRESJI FRUIT WE HAVE Grape Fruit Bananas' Celery Oranges Lemons Cauliflower Cabbage, etc. ASK FOR "Armour's Star" Bacon and Boiled Ham PHONE 515 Crailiiock Viner; Family Grocers Street Sherlock Block Herald Want Ads Bring Results One Insertion 25c 6 Insertions Advertiiments not Exceed ing 35 words, cent per Word Additional, Pay in advance SITUATIONS VACANT 1JOY Johnston aud Jackson, druggists. 01-3 once, good geiienU ser- vant for one month or six weeks. Ap- uly Mrs. Bruce Beagle, (350 Crabb St. 60-0 maid. Ward HoupUal. Apply North 00-2 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR lots 13 to IS) Inclusive in Blk. B., Ernest St., off London Road, 75 each. Terms. Apply J. T. Roth- well, Box 191 City or phone 389. 59-G NEW RECTOR Of St. Adopt Aggressive Policy A large number ot parishioners and friends gathered in the parish hall of St. Augustin's church last night to welcome their new rector and his wife. The first part of the was spent in an informal man r, Messrs. H. R. Cooper, R. M. WAIN i good general servant. .Mrs. Alex. .McQueen, 626 Coutts St. CO-2 KOK and 33 by 125 ft lot, one block south and one block west of Westminster school; size of house, 10x24; rents for 116.00; also shack ou back of lot, rents for ?9.00; price of all cash, bal- nce (5 and 12 mouths. Apply The Canadian ltea.1 Estate Co., rooms G and 7, 13 ryan block, Phone 1011. 58-6 boy for general work. Auulv Dr. F. H. Mewburn, Redputh St. 59-0 ?01l tj roomed cottage east of Westminster Rd., semi-modern. Basy terms. Apply Box 14, Herald.57-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR shares Liberty Paint !o. stock, worth paying sub- stantial dividend, shipping Young's Rubber "Roof Paint all over the world, to exchange as part payment en half section good wheat land, located iu the vicinity of Lethbridge, New Day- ton, or any good shipping point. Cnji give satisfactory proof of value' of stock. Address L. E. Fosdick, Liberty, general servant, ap- ply .Mrs. Blenner-Bassett, 1222 Red- path street. 5S-0 Uuioa Co., Ind. COOK capable wo- man to take charge ot cooking on a ranch south of the city. Good wages to the right party. Apply to Mrs. C. Begin, 522 Bartlett St. 51-6 experienced timber FOR buggy, new har- ness, saddle, everything complete A bargaia Apply Box 15, HeraM 01 fee. fiO-3 and saw mill men wanted at the Mountain View saw mill. Mountain View, Alta. 51-12 FOR 5x7 single drum with Winch Hoisting engines, complete with boilers, used only for erection of Bellevue and McQUUyray qualified teacher for Diamond City school district No. 1861 Apply giving experience, references etc., "to P. LaugLuon, Dia mond City, Alta. R SALE-r59 feet on ulyn Street. Price Good building site. Apply South Alberta Loau and In- vestment Co., 416 Dufferin St., Bryan BlOCK. 57.9 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- quist-Sharp Co., Alb'erta Block, up- stairs. 55-6 FOR bargain, close in, 2 shacks on 1 lot for Terras Ap" ply 937 Duff Addition. 56-tf FOR brick tor sale, on Coutts St., close in, Very terms. W'll brirg SlOO per I month. Apply Jas. Fisk. 5fi.n able beine operated at a minimum J clauses, although innocent enough on the face of them, gave machinery Maclean and E. A. ippies. Price cash. Ad- Coal class pattern maker cost of the end that the same rnav be operated on a paying basis with rea- sonable freight and passenger rales. MARK HAMBOURG ON MARCH 17 companies too much advantage. One clause also stated that the purchaser Harabourg, though not thirty; years of age has already achieved a fame which is world-wide and has "won for himself so Mgh a position among the'statutes'0! 1909. pianists that he has come to "Therefore, be it resolved that in j had to complain to the and the opinion of this House proceedings: also to the hea-d offices in Winnipeg should be immediately instituted to j within ten tiays if the machinery %vas expropriate the rights, franchises satisfactory, but he slated the powers and real and personal prop- agent could not be found in ihe rna- erlv of said railway and vest the'joritv Of and the farmer there- Isame in this province'in fore could not live up :o The terras with the provisions of Section 20 ot of the agreements, the act of incorporation of the said] The new act gives the courts the railway company, being Chapter 46 discretion of cutting any such clauses ,be proceeded with without delav by a i constantly spoken of, _r .______.__' J be called the "Napoleon of the piano" and during his recent American (tour the critics him as the formidable rival to Pader ewski. On -March 5, 1907, 3Iark Hambourg married Dorothea, daughter, of. Sir Kenneth Muir Mackenzie, clerk of the crown and permanent secretary to as "And further be it resolved that the out of the agreements the judge is satisfied they are wrong :nul form. construction of the said-railway shall! no essential part of The agio men. The act which will have the result; of nishing songs during that time. H. A. J. Macdougall, whr. occupied the chair on bchaU of the parishioners extended a welcome to Mr. and Mrs. Murrill-Wright. He spoke of the growth of the parish from which two other parishes had sprung. Rev. Murrill-Wright in responding to the welcome, stated that the wel- come he had received was most grat- fying. His policy, while among the people here would be an aggressive and progressive one. He expressed the city "OR ten ft. silent sales- men. For prices and particulars apply I commission of three members to be greatly lessening litigation over appointed by this Legislature, or in reements of sale is creating a great such other manner as this Legislature stir among machinery men... wh> are may determine and the necessary leg- 1 here from points ail over the prov.cce islation should be forthwith introduc-j lobbying members.. They will he gl- ed and passed and further resolved s ven a chance to. meet the coiuniHtte Lord Chancellor. Mrs. Hanibourg. will accompany iu'm on his Canadian "tour and will he at Lethbridge with Mr. Hambourg on 17th, the date of Ms vists. In addition to having made three tours -in Australia, he.has heen twice in South Africa, and three times in America, and 'has met with Sronderful success .wherever he jiarflbourg made his one thousandth public appearance at his London recit- al on June 18th, 190S. between- Edmon- on private and miscellaneous bills to ton and Fort McMurrav'is not 350 w-hora the hills will he referred COLD WEATHER DID NOT PREVENT miles, but only in direct line 230 miles, there' should be set aside out of the said sum of a suf- ficient sum for the purpose of con- structing said railway from Edmon- ton to Fort McMurray in a first class manner, and hy whatever route will hest.-serve-the interests of the rail- ay and present as well as possible, uture settlement and the balance of aid sum of shall he used or the construction of .railway or aihvays in whatever portion of his province the Legislature, may de- ermine. Wednesday morning. from what he had seen of it. Rev. A. M. Gordon, the pastor of Knox. Church also spoke briefly in to the new rector.. .He spoke "of -the harmony that existet among the different city churches- ant expressed a- wish for its. continuance Rev. W. Y. McMiUen, rector of thi new St. Cyprians, also spoki in a pleasing 'and witty speech Although the weather was bitterly last night the Eureka was well patronized. Miss Lillian Doone Co, in a mysterious, marvelous, mystify- ing mind reading act fairly astounded the audience. Many remarked as they passed "out, "Isn't she wonderful.' Miss Doone claims to be able to ans- "wer any question you may ask. I you have 'lost any valuables, wish to Invest in land or change location, asl -Miss Doone for advice. C. Nat Tyson, the Irish comedian also left a very favorable impressio on the audience last night. Th views of the famous Joliet prison and i its inmates, also the lecture was in- tensely interesting and any wishing to see them before being shipped back should not miss the Eureka tonight as it will be last chance. The motion (pictures of the discoverer of the North Pole, his departure on the Roosevelt and the big reception ten- dered hhn at Sydney, Nova Scotia, on return will be shown Wednesday and Thursday nights only. On Friday night the big drawing for the diamond ring takes place and the holders of coupons must foe in the thonse sthat night" Every night this week the man agement promises its patrons a rare treat. REAL ESTATE BY-T AAV UP AGAIN Aid. King and Sage Got Alter the City .Solicitor The license bylaw relating to real estate agents again came up for dis- Boyle was the only one to break the1 cusston last night at the council meet- monotony of routine business however jng. The proposed amendment of the and aiter he was through, first read- was not by any means satlsfactoT} ngs were given to several hills, am- j ong them being the following, intro- duced bv Attorncv General Cross.: Refreshments -vrere served by the la dies. of the church at the conclusio of the speaking.-- All report a mos enjoy able evening." Act to prevent priority am- ong execution creditors. act respecting punishment of ress the C. 0. Bartlett Snow Co., Coleman, Alta. 60-12 nd moulder. Works. V. J. Armstrong, Jeweller. 60-6 'OR railroad outfit, con- isting of one Western Trader, 15 lump wagons, 37 highball No. 3 wheel crapers, R.R. hand plows, utensils, etc. For mrorinatlon apply to J. J. Head lagrath, Alta. 60-3C FOR head work hor- ses, 1200 to 1500, all in good working condition. Apply West Canadian Col- ieries 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 Ave North Ward. 58-6 Apply Lethbridge Iron 52-O SITUATIONS WANTED place to work at housework by lady. 917 Hodgman St. lirst street east of Crabb, Duff Addi- n. CM MISCELLANEOUS WANTS purchase a home, close in, all modern conveniences, 5 or 6 rooms. Owners only. Apply care of P. Burns fc Co. eo-6 SITUATION farm by JaT.orth Ward will be announced later. Co.. Whitney Block, Lethbridgp Alta FOR RENT House No. 1016, London 1 now in force in Saskatchewan and the act respecting villages is one of the our municipal acts the Attorney Gen erai is introducing this session. Mr. Cross then proceeded with his remarks concornine the new act res- the sale of which he ed with the expenses of a new case owing to the fact that he had failed to carry the appeal in the case of the real estate "bylaw to a higher court. Aid. Sage said that this sort of thing was getting too frequent lately. Road. Mrs. Mrs. and Ashmead. Collectors for Duff Addition and the LET Security Co. will buy a anTd yo" basis. Low interest. Farm Security [TO room to rent, very i close, with modern conveniences. Very comfortable. Address M. Y. Herald. 59-0 60 2 (Road, 7 rooms. Rent per mo. The Alberta Securities Ltd. 59-6 [OFFICES FOR suite of was not able to complete on Friday last before adjournment. He pointed out that t-he act applies in cases at which an action at law is brought and is aimed at clauses running in the agreement form which have no bearing on main purchase or agree- ments ot sale, etc. He read clauses from several forms used by leading; machinery houses, which are embodied in agreements oi sale, in such small print and so close- HV printed that it is hard to rean: The city solicitor did'pretty much as j fail. Sold by all druggists, he pleased. Aid. Bowman stated chat be had al-l ways found Mr. Conybeare ready to Do you know that croup can. pre- vented? Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even alter the croupy cough j appears and It will prevent the at-, ___ tack It is also a. certain fftr SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- TO flat to let in tack, u is also a. certain cure for modern house, with use of Ap- croup and has never been known to LAND REGULATIONS 2 Crabb g in the Southard block. A. Southard's store. Apply 58-6 NOTICE Any person who H the bead of_________________________________ toba. Saskatchewan or Alberta. The attend to any work that had been ?JOTICE is hereby given that dog tax- must in person at brought him to do. A motion of thath es for the year 1910 are due, aid. and pmno- Box 17 Her 57-6 RENT-To iady only, nicely fur nature was childish and should be ers of dogs can have license by may at any agency nishrd room in private home, modem withdrawn. Plying at the police. station. Any dogs I on certain by father, mo- conveniences; breakfast Included Aid. King took exception to these running at large without a tag for the or sister Apply 53 Argyle avenue, remarks, stating that he had not per- year after the lst of March, 1910, formed his work satisfactorily and wiu be impounded and if not claimed that if he didn't do his work properly Wlth5n 48 be destroyed. puree containing American money; finder will receive eward by returning to Herald office. Ri-o LAND FOR SALE R acres of land 1 1-2 miles from Mountain V3ew; good house, barn, buildings and well; all fenced; produces 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, John- son Biock, 323 Round street 58-4 45-0 residence upon TO offices in new Al- "OR Breed scrip.South Af- rican Veteran Land Warrants for sale. Write or wire. York McNamara, 44 Jasper Ave. West, Edmonton, Aita. 51-26 FOR lots with 1 1-2 storey house in1 Duff Addition. A snap at Complete March 1, 10. Write they should get someone that -would. Aid. Bowman and King had quite lively little wordy conflict over the JOS. GILLESPIE, Chief of Police. [matter that promised too look f v TVT v v I I r }ins but the trouble blew over when IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA Capital Authorized' Capital PaW Up Fund the mayor called them to order and] Aid. Sage withdrew his mot'.on. and cultivation of the land In block. For terms and partic- ot three years. A homesteader maylulars apsly Southern Alberta Loan ive within nine miles of his horn a- and Investment Co. 27-0 stead on a farm of at least 30 solely owned aod occupied by him WJTO rooms, all by his father, mother, son, daughter, white help. Apply Rose Cafe, 406 brother or sister. (Westminster Road. 34-0 In certain districts a hotu'sveat ID good standing may pre-empt ITO comfortable A General Banking Business Transacted. SAYINGS BANE: DEPARTMENT Deposits of JI.OO and upwards received and interest allowed from date of deposit.; LETHBR1OGE ROUND ST. W. R. SEATLE, EA8T END WESTMINSTER Manager. ROAD AND FORD ST. WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg. Feb. opened'! 1-8 to 3-8 higher and closed uiNihang-j ?d today. American markets were closed this] being Washington's birthday. Winni- peg markets opened same as yester- day's close. There was little wheat worked for export today but trading j was very dun on the exchange. Winnipeg opened: Feb. 103; 106 1-4; closed, Feb. 103; May, 1061 1-8. Oats closed. Feb. 35 3-4 3-4. Notice to -Builders A meeting of the Leth- bridge Builders' Exchange for the purpose of electing office bearers for the ensuing year, will be held in the Caledon- ian Hal Wednesday, Feb. 23, at 8. p.m. All and supply men are invited. Box 13, Herald Office. 53-O quarter-section alongside .his stead. Price per acre. --Must reside etx nronttis in each of six from dale of homestead en- try (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extnu A homesteader -who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a may a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside six months la eacb of three years, cnltvate fifty and erect a honse worth W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication advertisement 'rill not be paid {or. sit- home- ti room steam heatwj light, and per month. Crabb street 819 55-0 STORE FOR ft. long, in Kill Block, Dufferin Street, now occu- pied by S. G. Tuff, grocers. Apply E. J. Hill 55-6 MONEY TO rent when we can let you hare money enough to build your own house at cent. We loan money on all tinds of city property, on terras cannot be made by others, we get the money from where it if cheap. All kinds of form loans ne- gotiated 7 and 8 per cent. Be sure and see us when you want money Phone 441. Empire Land Co., OU Block. Vl-0 TENDERS TENDERS are Invited for a sra addition to the Isolation Hospital; for addition to Norfh Ward Station for the City of Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of the City Tenders received by the Engineer Secretary- Treasurer not later than noon on Feb 26, 1910. The lowest or any tender MONEY TO Insur- ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Loan and Isrcstsiest Co., 416 Doffertn street. zn-o WANTED Musknit Coyote Skins In unlimited quantities, also hides of M kmds. Highest prices paid. not necessarily accepted. 61-5 J. Young 405 Smith St. ;