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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Daily Herald, Thursday, February 24, SNAPS IN HOUSES '10 room fully modern bouse on lots 4; 5 and 6, blocfc 2, in RivervJew, f 1-2 cash; balance arranged. -.Big new double brick house, 7 rooms each; and furnace, corner MacDuff and Glyn, 1-2 cash; balance arranged. New 5 room house, No. 909 Glyn St., modern, but uo sewer, ready to connect In spring; two lots. 1-2 cash; balance arranged. New 7 room house corner MacDuff and Crabb Sts., fully modern; ready to connect in spring when sewer goes in, 1-2 cash; balance arranged. j 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 oa 5 lots, Rosedale Addition; easy terms. Will sell or trade any of above. Two modern cottages on Brunton SI, 1000.00 each cash; balance easy. 1 New 6 room house on Courtland St., fully mod- ern, cash; balance easy. New iJ room house on Hodgman cash; balance easy. Fully modern S room house, new, on two lots, Lots alone worth Price Good terms, good buy. New 5 room cottage with hall, on big corner Jot, close in, cash; balance arranged to suit. Good 7 room house for rent, close in. Lots In any part of the city. Y.'ill trade improved city property for land anywhere east or south of land for city property. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON 4. Imported Ar Fancy Cheese Roquefort Swift Limburger German Br. Ingersoil Canada Cr. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE OR four cylinder, 24 horse power, air ooled. four passenger, practically lew. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 62-6 Alberta Block. Phone 777 CARR'S CHRISTIE'S BISCUITS A SPECIALTY HERE We hive the bett and finest line of fancy groceries to be had and our prices are.right. Phone 515. Mock Diner Family Grocers Keilpmth Street Sherlock Block ''OR barber business }n growing town; will sell cheap; owner Address Box 2, Warner, Alt.' FOR shares Liberty Paint o. stock, worth paying sub- stantial dividend, shipping Young's Rubber Roof Paint all over the world, o exchange as part payment on half section good wheat land, located in the vicinity of Lethbridge, New Day- ton, or any good shipping point. Can give satisfactory proof of value of stock. Address L. E. Fosdick, Liberty, Union Co., ind. (50-6 FOR 5x7 single drum with Winch Hoisting engines, complete with boilers, used only for erection of Bellevue and McGilIlvray Creek Coal Tipples. Price e.'idi, cash. Ad- dress the C. 0. Bartlett Snow Co.. Coleman, Alta. 60-12 FOR ten ft. silent sales men. For prices and particulars appb W. J. Armstrong, Jeweller. tiO-r FOR railroad outfit, con sisting of one Western Grader, 15 dump wagons, 37 highball No. 3 whee scrapers, R.R. hand plows, utensils, etc r Information apply to J. J. Ueac Magrath, Alta. -f TO RENT FOK BUSINESS PURPOSES la The MAJESTIC THEATRE BUILDING LARGE 'BASEMENT and lighted. Suitable for print shop, storage room, etc. front. Rent. 850.00 per month. lighted; furnished or unfurnished. Lyceum Theatre Building STORE be altered to.suit tenants. BROWN AMUSEMENT CO. Arcade Round Street wanted some time ago and should be in a position to go on. These re- marks were greeted with approval j from some of the members and all of the public, who were growing impa- tient. However, the sergeant-at- arms ckame forward and Boyle rising said that he was not asking for the postponemeafc for himself but for the members generally and that if as the ,waj.a tendencv! WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, Feb. opened 0-8 lower and closed 1-4 to 3-8 higher. Markeits opened weak, a shade under yesterday's close, declined 1-4, and rhen strengthened up, closing about one cent lower. There were some crop damage .reports again today wJiIdh caused some buying. Trade dull 'wfth fair cash demand but nothing doing for export. Market like scalping affairs with down- Premier stated that the government 1 was willing that the members should see all the papers they should be will- ing to allow the matter to stand over. Bennett also took a hand al- though he said he was not there in the nature of a participant but- more of an interested spectator. He thought, however, it would conduce to conciseness of the debate if the matter was held over. Then com- nrcucod a Tclitsble i between Bennett and Cross which, was only terminated by the speaker setting the date of the motion for Friday. This finished the only chance of excitement -and many of the ci'osvri filed out. Chicago opened, May 113 1-4; July 105 3-4; closed, May 112 7-8; July, 105 1-4. Minneapolis opened. May 112 34; July 112 1-2; closed, May 114 3-8; July us. Winnipeg opened, Feb. 103 1-4; May 105 closed, Feb. 103 1-2; May 105 3-4. bats closed, Feb. 35 1-2; May 37 1-2. "NiOBE" WAS FUNNY FOR head work hor ses. 1200 to 1500, all in pood working condition. Apply West Canadian Col Herald Want Ads Bring Results One Insertion 25c 6 Ad vertiiments not Exceeding 35 words, cent per Word Additional, Pay in advance SITUATIONS VACANT servunit. Apply .Mrs. Burnett, 622 Countlaud St. 03-0 servant for fam- ily of three. Apifly Mrs. C. C, -Mc- Gregor, 313 tftreet. 03-4 stenographer, able to do n little- accounting. Apply, staring salary, Herald ofllce Box 21. G3-G PROPERTY FOR SALE FOK new six roomed house 'With pantry !and room and on. Kiverview, within five blocks of Post Office. -wdll han- dle. Aipiply T. G. S., 'Box 42U, City. competent accountant and bookkeeper with banking exper- ience preferred, must come highly re- commended and able to give bonds to the amount of Address, staring salary required, recommenda- tions, etc., to the Grassy Lake Se- curity Co., Grassy Lake, Alta. 'J2-G FOR lurge 2 story house seven rooms with parttry and bath- room', Road, waiter ilald on, 00 'feet frontage and fenced; handle this proposition. T. G. Box 42U, city, (J BOY Johnston and lieries .Ltd., Blairmore. druggists. 61-3 FOR heavy marea and one three year old stallion broken to once, good general ser- vant for one month or six weeks. Ap- work. mares in foal. Terms given toiPb' Mrs. Bruce Beagle, 650 Crabb St. right party. Apply 330 Torrance Ave. North Ward. 5S-6 FOR SALE OR and restaurant combined, eleven rooms and good location for the right man. For terms apply E. E. Cokely, Coaldale. 55-12 00-6 boy for general work. Apply Dr. F. H. Men-burn, Redpath St. 59-0 FOK corner lots in fourth block east of Westminster on London Hoad, each, terms. The Alberta Secuiities Limited! G2-6 FOR room coltag3 close in, ?1200; cash ?400, balance ?25 per month; greatest bargain ever offered rents for ?25 per month. W. H. John- son, Johnson block, 323 Round street. FOR seven room house on Westminster near Courtland, good terms. The Alberta Securities Limited. 62-ft. general servant, ap- Btenner-Hassett, 1222 mreec. Red- 58-0 COMPLETE ARTESIAN WELL DRILLING outfits for cheap on easy terms or exchange for farm lands in the west; outfits capable of going from 100 to 2000 feet; eiper- ienced men furnished or contracts taKen. For full particulars address James Peat Sons. Lethbridee. AVL-u. qualified teacher for Diamond City school district No. 1861. Apply giving experience, references, etc., to P. Laughton, Dia- mond City, Alta. 45-0 FOR lota near corner ot Westminster and London Road, ?400 each, term-s. curlties The Se- 62-6 FOR 7 lots 13 to 19 inclusive in Blk, each. St., off London Terms. Apply j, T. -r ANXIOUS MEMBERS WERE DISAPPOINTED (Continued from front BENNETT BANGS DESK Bennett replied that he was glad the attorney-general took .this view but he was sorely afraid something uad happened. "I would not be so discourteous as to question the state- ment of 'the he thundered, banging his desk, "but all the correspondence that took place between the government officials and the Alberta, and Great Waterways Railway Company is not on that ta- ble now and I am afraid it is not nefe." His last sentence apparently meant that 'it was not in Edmoutoa but he declined to say what the doc- uments were or whether he meant they were destroyed when questioned after the session had closed. In the meantime the did not ap- say all the docu- Mr. Gushing also pear worried and ments are down, says that all documents he is aware of are down. Mr. Cross immediately took exception to Bennett's remarks and stated that as far as he was con- cerned he had absolute confidence ia the deputy attorney-general and he had informed him that all the corres- pondence in connection with the Al- tbey? were again disappointed. He said that on Monday last he had re-j quested some papers before making the statement that he had permission 1 to make. These papers were now brought down but he wanted every- member to have a chance of examin-' ing them before making any announce ment. He would also like to have the opportunity oi making his state- ment before the member from Stur- geon moved his resolution for the pro vince to take over the road as a go- vernment concern and suggested that Boyle postpone his resolution or de- fer it until all members had the op- portunity of looking over the papers just brought down. WANTED TO PROCEED Boyle expressed willingness to this course but Rutherford said that ke was quite willing that the debate of the resolution should be proceeded with at once. The government was ready now and Boyle had claim- ing that they were holding off the de- bate purposely. They were anxious' to have the matter cleared up as quickly as possible like to have it taken up at once. The speak- er was appealed, to but the orders hi the day had not reached the point where the motion should be taken up he laid it over till that time would be reached and routine business was gone on with. However, it was only a respite of a few minutes before the RESOLUTIONS PASSED BY MINERS CONVENTION (Continued from front bert and Great Waterways was down. 'Rutherford said that there might be a few letters in connection with the road in the public -works department. They were letters he had himself written to t-he ex-minister ana he was quite willing that they be brought down. Boyle enquired it the file of the deputy-treasurer was down and was informed by the E'remier that ev- erything in connection with the road t-hat had been in the executive offices now on the table. ANOTHER DISAPPOINTMENT Mr. Gushing then rose and .thinking he was about to make his statement everyone craned forward. However, WALKER HOUSE TORONTO'S FAVORITE HOTEL Adjoins Union Station. Cars to ail 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 speaker called for "motion." TO POSTPONE MOTION Boyle at once arose and following the lead set by Mr. Gushing said that considering the circumstances witk respect to the documents just brought down and tlie fact that tlic members should have an opportunity of seeing them before being called on to dis- cuss the resolution he would ask' that it be deferred until they had been given this opportunity. Rutherford rcplien that as far as the govern- ment were concerned he would again reiterate that statement that all docit ments oi any kind would be brought down. Hf also desirous of ev- ery member being given full opportun- ity of examining all the documents, hut lie was also desirous that the matter should be settled as early as possible- anti therefore asked that it be taken up at once. Mr. Cross also stated that the matter should more especially as thr: documents m question had nothing to do with 1ho motion but were brought down at request of Mr. dishing. Hoyle him- self had seen all thr documents he A resolution condemning the action ot die district officers in overruling the decision of the scaile committee in the agreement signed at Macleod laat summer was referred to. the griev- ance committee. The following recommendations were embodied in a. resolution to be sent to the members of tthe Aibetraa and British Columbia legislatures aov in session.' TThat a dhange be made in ;the min- ing acts of the -provinces preventing the employment of incompetentt men as miners, as a safeguard to the lives of miners. The government should ap- point a board of examiners consisting of an experienced practical miner and two others wiio should meet once a mo itch and iiold examinations for ap- plicamts for positions. Each miner w.ho secured employment should get a certificate of competency from this board and in no case was an appli- cant to be deemed competent unless he appeared personally before this board and answered the questions pin to him In a manner satisfactory to fChe board. That, no person should be allowed to employ a miner who was wBChout a certificate of compet- nlght at the Majestic theatre to wit- ness Miss Belle Stevenson and the Summers Stock Co. play "Niobe" were surely gratified with the lability displayed in the production of tlris laughing comedy. Belle Stevenson never looked and acted to ibejbter ad- vuniiage and William .Blake was not behind (the star of the company in his clever and pleasing gtyle. The play was funny and .pleasing indeed. 'ionight the play of [plays, wlhere company is concerned, is to be put on again, "The 'Lion and fche Mouse." It is a strong ibill and com- one finest of acting. 'OR milch cow. Apply H. Aitken, 2nd house east of English emetery, or Box 575, Lethbridge, Alta. 52-Ox GOLDWJN SMITH GETTING WORSE Toronto. Feb. Smith's condition is causing anxiety Ito his relatives and friends. .It nuras stated today Chat the veneratrte '-writer iliad passed a bad night and that his con- dition "was worse than yesterday. While it is often Impossible to pre vent an accident, it is never impossible (to be is not beyond an> one's purse. Invest 25 cents in a bot tie of Chamberlain's Liniment and you are prepared for sprains, bruises and like injuries. Sold by all druggists. ui vctiuica, class pattern 42-26 LAND FOR SALE "OR Breed scrip.South Af- rican Veteran Land Warrants for sale. Write or wire. York McNamara, 44 Jasper Ave. West, Edmonton, Alta. 51-26 ?OR lots with 1 1-2 storey house in Duff Addition. A snap at Complete March 1, 10. Box 11, Herald Office. Write 53-0 NOTICE is hereby given that dog tax- es 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 for the year 1910 after the 1st of March, 1910 will be impounded and if not claimed within 48 hours will be destroved. (Signed) JOS. GILLESPIE, 59-8 Chief of Police. SITUATION farm by man and wife. German or Dutch peo- )le preferred. Apply Box F7, Herald. COLLECTORS FOR THE GALT HOSPITAL The following ladies of the Gait Hospital Aid will begin March, 1st to collect: Mrs. Smith and all streets running north and south to hospital. Mrs. and Bompas APPLICATIONS 'Will be received by the undersigned unfal Che seventh day of March. 1910. for 'the position of City Electrician for the City of Lethbridge, Alberta, aft a salary of per annum. -will comprise reading of elec trie light meters, inspection of wir- ing in buildings. Please send copies of credentials. GEO. W. ROBINSON, Secretory-Treasurer Mrs. and Dufferin ency. j streets. That mine operators should be com-j Mrs. J. J. pelled to see that a plan .of the mine! Miss Helen and be posted in some conspicuous ptexe where Che miners might be aible er month, on William street, near iedpath. Apply Southern Alberta oan and Investment Co. Ltd., 416 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS or three furnished' rooms suitable for light housekeeping for two. Address Box 63, Herald cf- tice- 62-6 WANTED TO once one half breed script. Apply Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Ltd., 416 Dufferin street, Bryan block. 62-0 Dufferin street, Bryan block. 62-0 TO RENT-Large front furnished room suitable for two gentlemen or mar- ried' couple. Apply 1248 Bompas St, east of the barracks. fl-6 r'OR of March two small houses close in; water, light, sewer, rent per month. Apply Dr. Rusk, 520 Round street. 61-S TO down stairs front bedroom to rent In fully modern house 60S Bartlett street 61-6 ROOMS TO new modern house, no children, double or single. 316 Ernest street. 61-45 TO to rent in modern house, suitable for two gentlemen. Close In. Apply between 9 and 12 a.m at 524 Smith St. 66-6 purchase a home, close in; all modern conveniences, f> or 6 rooms. Owners only. Apply G. care of P. Burns Co. gO-6 WANTED TO house with 8 to 12 rooms, close in; state lo- cation and price. Will pay spot cash Box 20 Herald office. sg-g rooms and board for three, on or before March firs' 11 Herald. 56-0 modern house, must be new Owners only need answer. R.. Herald. 53-0 FOR residence, XI272 Redpath St, recently decorated and put in good repair, beautiful grounds. Favorable lease to desirable tenant. J. D. Higinbotham. 60-6 TO furnished room in modern house; half block south of Cen- tral school. 623 Coutts. 60-0-x Some inside lots at once Owners only answer. R., Herald. 53-0 Acreage not too far R., Herald. ou. MARKET Two 20 and 1 forty acre tract at per acre; ten f aJ per acre'- lands, cultivated, 6 miles 1-2 mile frem C tracts are senMs once as the numner Terms. 1-4 cash; balance iih annual Parents. Alberta Securities Ltd. i- United. LOST AND POUND TO room to rent, very close, with modern conveniences. Very comfortable. Address M. Y. Herald. FOR No. 1016, London Road, 7 rooms. Rent per mo The Alberta Securities Ltd. 59-g nomesteaaer. IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA I Capital Authorized ....................................S10.000.COO Capital Paid Up........................................ Reserve Fund......................................... A General Banking Business Trans-act oil. SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposit? of and upwards received and interest allowed from date of deposit. LETHBRJDGE ST. W. R SEATLE EAST END WESTMINSTER Manager' ROAD AND FORD ST. I TENDERS are ror a small TV M I addition to the Isolation Hospital; also The Musical Highlanders at the for addition to North Ward P.ollce ceum Friday and Saturday Station for the City of Lethbridge. Nights. and specifications may be seen ______ of the City Engineer. Ienders Deceived by the Secretarv- An pxcMlom. high class Scotch con-; 1 reasiirer not later than noon on Feb. i-frt and the 'rne lowest or any tender tilar Lyceum attract be tne not 61-5 ular Lycoui at the Lyceum noxt Friday jand Saturday nights. It is said that ct> I the Scotch Highlanders have been; pulling big all through the country. 3 J-2 miles south of Pincher Creek acres at S2l per A. cash. Log house, frame enca? i-ri. u.- ed- two Cables, barn out- jThe Burt Imsen Dramatic Company buildings and fences in good To Open at the Majestic Next Mondoy Parisian i Jt; Princess" w'ril ignt at the Maj-i estic, and this promises to be an rolient production. The Imsen Co. travel in their own private car, and j a good week's entertainment is Pincher Creak order. 400 acres clear, and un- der cultivation; balance good hay r..... obliged to sell acc't sickness. George W. Gill Alta., months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his homft- stead on a farm of at least SO acres soJoly owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son. daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a in good standing niay pre-empt a quarter-section alongside hi? home- stead. Price per acre. Dutios Must reside six months in each of six .Tears from date of hemestoad en- try (including the time required to enin homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a may take a pur- OFFICES FOR suite of ortlces in the Southard block. Apply A. Southard's store. TO lady only, nicely fur- nished room in private home, modern conveniences; breakfast Included. Apply 53 Argyle avenue. 45.0 brown leather bill book con- taining a number of papers. Finder kindly return to Herald office and receive reward. 56-12 purse containing American money; finder will receive reward by returning to Herald office. of notes to the value of 5M.OO. Finder please return Comts street or Herald office. Suit- able reward given. MONfEY TO LOAN TO offices in new Al- berta block. For terms and partic- "lars apply Southern Alberta and Investment Co. i MONEY TO LOAN-Why pay rani when we can let you have money enough to build year own house at cent. We loan money on all TO >e ioan on all 27-0 i3 on terms that "'u I cannot be made by others becaurf [we get th? money from where it roomed close in. per month. R. V. Gib- 34-01 and see us when you want -------jPnone 441. Empire Land Co., Ott house. chased homestead in certain districts i Price per acre. bons Co., Phone 1101. MONEY TO LOAN-Loans and insur- I FOR roomed semi-modern and Property. Ap- reside six months in each of three house. 1U09 Dufrerin street. years, cultivate fifty acres and erect i month. R. V. Gibbons a house worth i block. Phone HOI. nor and Co Ott I Lnvestment Co- m Dufferin street. Bryan WocK 298-0 W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. FARM SECURITY CO. will buy you' Ottawa, Canada. publication of WANTED tlv> farm you want You pay for it! Muskmt CoVOte Skills out of the crop. Low interest unlimited quantities, also hid" of terms, rarm Security Co.,