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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRtPOE DA tY HERALD FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1909. Investments in C.P.R. Townsites bring Big Returns ; Lots are now offered for sale in th.e townsite of 19 miles East of Leth-^ bridge en tho C. P. R. CHIN 19 miles East of Leth-bridge on tlie C. P. R. owned jointly by the C.P.R. and the A.R & I. Go. ^ For prices, terms, blue prints and all information call on the Sole Agents | The GEORGE M. MTGH UNO COMPIUIY J OLIVER BLOCK -j- -: -:- LETHBRIDGE, ALTA TO-NIGHT LYCEUM Jeanne Russell Co. in I "When We Were 21" Matinee 2.30 To-morrow I "MIS. TEMPLE'S TELEGRAM" Saturday Niglit "THE THIEF" 2 Prices 25c : 50c : 75c SUNLIGHT SOAP TRAVELLER AND L(VERY MAN HAD A MIX-UP Saskatoon, Jan, 5.-P. L. Taylor, b Winnipeg travelling man, was brought to the city trom Warman Junction last night much the worse for a mix-up with a liveryman at the latter place. He now lies in bed at a local hotel badly used up, but it ia expected, will recover in a few days. Taylor -it appears, ordered a rig from the livery- man at Warman yesterday to drive some distance in the country, to be ready at a certain hour. On the liveryman appearing, the drummer found it impossible to keep his engagement at hte time stated and told the former, whereupon the liveryman, who was intoxicated, proceeded to mix It up, with the result that the traveller received a few cuts which he will carry a while. 5an:icht Soap eannot apoil your dottaes. Tliera are oo lalurkMM chemicals in San-Ujibt Soap to Mta holis la even the most delicate fkbric $5,000 are oftar-d to anyoM IliMlat adulteration In Sunlight Soap. ,. Lifebuoy So*p it (Ulightfully r�-frething for bath or toiUt. For wash, ing undarclothing it it unequalltd. CITY AND DISTRICT The government electrical metre inspector will arrive here some time this month to best and seal all the meters in the city. R. A. Biddic, of Claresholm, formerly of the Bank of Commerce stafl of this city, is spending afew days hero among friends. The Carmangaf train is making a good start for a mixed train for it carries a first class vestibulcd passenger coach. There was only one drunk in the city cells this morning. He was gathered in from the C.P.R. station in an incapable condition. CONTEST IS NOW TWO MORE WORKING DAYS After next Monday evening "all bots are off." Everyone will be saying, "I told you so," and "Of course I knew he or she would win," etc. Right here the Contest Manager wants to go on record as ihc oix'iy person in town who does not Knew who is going to win. Two more working days (after today) will soon be aver, and before you realize it the time will be counted by hours and minutes instead of days. If you have neglected makina your first calls on anyone whom; you consider a possible subscriber, vou had better make it a point to see him at once, as you will find that you will have some difficulty in seeing your prospects the last few davs. Candidates, the Play is Over' In the next two working days vou will be able to determine ju.st "who's who and why." You will got support from many unexpected sources and fail in many places whore you had. a r-jght-lA csptict-it; � amno doubt had counted upon it with absolute confidence. But never mind ; just stop to figure that every candidate is experiencing the sam^ discouraging feature, and dig in to the iioxt fellow. You can't allow anything to dis-coutaKC you. You arc headed into the stretch and a pause or stumble means that you will figure as an "also ran" on the final night. MltCiLLANIOUB FOR lALt FOR SALE-Singer Sewing machine, new, also chest of machinists tools of all kinds; for sale cheap. Apply Box F. X., Herald office. 21-6 FOR SALLOne delivery horse, 1,000 pounds, absolutely gentle and reliable and one Persons Motor Cycle (4 horse power) in good running condition, almost new. nox X., Herald. 20-6 FOR SALF^20 .shares United Wire-ess Telegraph slock, (35 share. Beg ular price $40. Box 327, Lethbridge. 20-O -5 lots oiie block Westmin-et.er.Road-North-Wisidf lots, close in. Also M^ine bustaess lots in the business section of Use city. W. H. Johnson, Joiinson Bloefc VOU 8ALB-House in North ^ird 6 rooms. Close to Ry. track. Will sell completely furnished on small payment down and essy mipqthly paymsnta. Apply P. O. Box Wl. -19-6 TO RENT TO RENT-Large furnished room, suitable for two ladies, close in. Apply box W X, Herald office. 21-2 RENT-Store qn M'^estmlaster Road near Union Bank of Canada. Rent $20.00 per month. Apply to Jas. W. Boulton, 523 Crabb St. Phone 1206. 20-O FOR SALE OR RKNT-8 roomed , shack. Duff addltloia, ..B.l>r..�lS..�...�TEfc�E l$5tW.'^t3r"vve8tliey. Wood St 8-0 Scrip for sale, veteran. S�Ule�4o� file Monday at Lethbridge. Apply Dr. Donaldson, Lethbridge Hotel, Saturday. 22-2 MISCELLANCOUt WAN-TI PLOUGHING AND SEEDING-Advertiser will have land to work. Particulars from Box 20 Herald office. 22-6 TO RENT-Furnished front room, fully modern, 638 Burdett street, south. No woman need apply. 14-0 FOR RENT-6 room new cottage. W. R. Dobbki, Southard block. 6-0 FOR LEASE-Store, Round St., 12 1-2 X 50 grouna floor, with basement 24 x 75. $125 per month, lease 1 year with privilege of 3 years' extension. 4-0 TO RENT-A fully modern house en Ernest St., close to Dufferin. Apply to The C. B. Bowman Agency. 07-O TO RENT-New shack on Hodgman St. Duff additlonfl good size, at $12.00 month. Apply F. L. Whitney & Co., Box 377, city . TO RENT-A Ave roomed cottage, fully modern. Apply to Rex Virtue, 1232 Redpath street. Phone 749. 17-6 TO BENT-Large warm furnished room. Apply 638 Coutts St. 17-0 TO LET-Two rooms in fully modern house. Apply 137 James St., North Ward, one block east of New Fire Hall. 18-6 FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, hot and cold water. Apply J. Cantln, Hill block, 20-12 TO LET-Furnlsned rooms. 615 Round St. 20-6 TO RENT-Three comfortably furnished rooms in strictly modern house Gentlemen only need anply. Apply at middle briek house, 422 Coutts street. 21-6 Ti LET-Comfortable furnished heated rooms to rent. Apply 819 Crabb St. 22-0 For a firBt-ciasB }ob in CLEANING AND DYEING Ladiias' or Gents' Oloibes call at THE CITV DYE WORKS WANTED-Farm wanted for rent with or without option to purchase. Box 19 Herald office. 22^6 V..�NTEI>-Accounts for collections. We are getting the money for others. Why not for you. Lethbridge Specialty Co., Box 2053, Phone 439, R�om 1 Shepard Block, WANTED-Man for position. Salary and commission. Good promotion. Apply room 115 Sherlock Block. 18-G WANTED-To buy Improved farm with crop near town. Give very care? ful description, price and terms first letter. Box 85, Coleta, 111. 18.5 LOST AND FOUND LOST-On Sunday night, lady's open face gold watch with the initisls "M, H.M," engraved on back. Finder will receive reward by leaving at Herald office, Crabb St. 8-0 FOUND-Latch key. Owner call at Herald and pay expense of this ad.l8-0 LOST-On Thursday morning In the. Irrigation Hall, a t'ur lined glove. Kindly return to H. Close at Palace Livery. 21-2 LOST-A bunch of keys bn the square Finder return to Box 54 or Rev. T. P. Perry, Redpath street. 17-0 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN-Why pay rent when we can let you have money enough to build your own house at 6 per cent. We loan money on all kinds of city proptity, on terms that oannot be made by others, l>eoanrtr we get the money from nhere it ie. cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne--gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be sure and see us when yon want money. Phone 394. Empire Land Co., Ott Block. 868-0 MO.N'Sy TO LOAN-Loans and tnsur: ance on farm and city pr*porty. Apply the Southern Alberta Loan Kn