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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PAttK IfOUIt THE LETHBRIDGE DA LY HERALD SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1910. I'M l'l'M"hH-'hlll nun l-l I 1 I..H..l..r..i..i.,i..i.,n,.t..i..;..iM I ; i .int.,!.,!, t,.i,i t..l..M..H-.H..l..H"M-W-j; Investments in CP.R. Townsites bring Big Returns | Lots are now offered for sale n the | townsite of 19 milM East of Lath-bridge Ml thfl C. P. R. CHIN 19 miles East of Lath' bridge en the C. P. R. owned jointly A.R. & I. Co. by the CP.R and the | ^ For prices, terms, blue prints and all information call on the Sole Agents ^ The GEORGE M. HATCH LAND COMPANY OLIVER BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA 1 HAVE. Let the judges be the first to find out. A Rrcat many people think they can pick the winners. Many candi-dat'Cs feel sure of winning. Many of both classes will bo surprised when the final count is made. A contest Is like an election. It is never over until the last minute.and so one can tell anrthing about who will win until the count is made by the judges and they have announced the names ot the winners. Once mo�e, at the risk of appearing tiresome, the contest manager wants to impress upon the minds of all concerned that all ballots MUST be in the ballot box at the contest department when the clock strikes te�Jfon-day evening. TELEGRAPHIC Acsterday was declaration day at LunenberR and J. D. Sperry was an- uouueed jis haviiia: hwi elcctod mera-JFOn SALE-Hart Parr gasoUne- plow MiSCEUI-ANEOklS FOR BALt FOR SALE-Kitchen furniture and utensils, canned fruit and pickles. Apply 111 Cutblll street. 23-2 FOR SALE-Singer Sewing machine, new, also chest of machinists tools of all kinds; for sale cheap. Apply Box P. X., Herald office. 21-6 FOR SALtsiOne delivery horse, 1,000 pounds, abssiutely gentle and reliable and one Persons Metor Cycle (4 horse power) in good running condition, almost new. Box X., Herald. 20-6 FOR SALE-20 shares United Wire-ess Telegraph stock, |35 share. Reg ular price |40. Bos 327, Letbbridge. 20-O 5,00n,00(i over last year. The record for the month was |8,099.000N nearly double that of last year and the heaviest of any month in the city. 1 Shepard Block. 3-0 FOR SALE-Crown organ. $10.00 cash and 110.00 a month for four months will buy this beautiful Instrument. Apply to A. L Spurrier, 305 Crabb St. FOR SALE-Hay and oats for sale. Dixon & Matcheit, phone 1456, P. O. Box 86. J 3-0 WANTED-Dining Apply at Coaldale room girl at once. Restaurant. 21-6 WANTED-Girl about 16-help with light house work. Take baby out. Apply mornings or after G p.m. 520 Bart-lett St. 20-6 WANTED-Master mechanic to take charge of steam, compressed air and electric plant around collieries. Apply stating salary and references to West Canadian Collieries, Ltd., Blalrmore, Alta. J.J.G WANTED-Male teacher, 2nd class certificate. Apply Monarch School Board No. 2046, Monarch, Alta. 19-6 WANTED-General servant. Apply .Irs. R. A. Wright 1249 Dufferin St. 19-0 WANTED - Dining room girls, at the Castle Hotel. 22-6 Notice Of Assignment TN THE MATTER OP WILLIAM LIONEL CURRIE, of the City of Lethbridge, in the province of Alberta, butcher, insolvent. NOTICE Is hereby given that Wil liaih LldnerCurrle of the City of Leth bridge in the Province of Alberta, carrying on business as a butcher at the said City of Letbbridge, has made an Assignment to me under the Act respecting Assignments and Preferences by insolvent persons, of all his estate credits and effects, for the general benefit of his creditors. A meeting of his creditors will be held at the office ef Messrs Johnstone and Ritchie in the City of Lethbridge on Wednesday the 12th day of January 1910 at ten 'oclock in the forenoon to receive a statement of affairs to ap point inspectors and fix their remuneration, and for the ordering of the estate generally. Creditors are requested to file their claims with the assignee, with the proofs and particulars thereof requlr ed by the said Act on or before the day of such meeting. AND notice Is further given- that after the 12th day of January 1910, the assignee will proceed to distribute the assets of the debtor amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which notice shall then have been given and that he will not be liable for the assets or NEXT WEEK LYCEUM The Big Marks Bros. Attractions Opening Monday Night in '2 NIGHTS IN ROME' Big Specialties Between Acts any part thereof so distributed to any ___________ ___ The judges are'^^''**"' �'' persons of whose claim he men of system and ability, and wiul"*"*" ^^^'^ "^"^i^ w "M^m handle the nuestion in' an accurate' ' aU an- Prices :  25c : 50c : 75c and businesslike manner, and in liklifaood the final result will be nounccd before 12 o'clock. "How many votes is it going to take to win the first grand pri�?" is a qi>estion that has been asked by a good many people within the past few days. "No one can tell," has been the contest man's answer to all. And that is the plain truth. It will be impossible for anyone to more than guess the probable high vote with the system adopted lor closing the big event. Every candidate is privileged to place all their collections for subscrip McNICOL, Assignee. 21-2 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH.-WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the nole bead of a family, or any male over IS years old, may homestead a quarter-seetion uf available Dominion land in Manitoba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency for the district. Entry by proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditioas by father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister �f intending homesteader. Duties-Six months' residence upon and eultivatien of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles ol his homestead on a farm of at least 80 acrec solely owned and occupied bf him or by his father, mother, loo, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a bon. -steadef in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his homestead. Price 13.00 per acre. Duties --Must reside six months in each ot six years from date of hamestead entry (including the time required te earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted hJs homestead right and cannot obtain a pre-emption may take a purchased homestead in certain districts. Price $3.00 per acre. Duties-Must reside six months in each of three years, cultvate fifty acres and erect a house worth 1300,00. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Inter/or. Ottawa, Canada. SITUATIONS ^ANTEC WANTED-Experienced book-keeper and stenographer wants position In city office. Apply Box 1812, City.22-6 WANTED-Position as stationary en gineer. Can install, operate or repair boilers and engines. Best references. Power plant or hoist engines preferred. Apply L. L. care Herald. 22-6 FOR SALE-A good half section of land 9 miles east of Stirling for sale on crop puyainnt wlUi .a., aiivall ciirM payment down. Apply to P. J. Weber 210 Round street. 23-6 FOR SALE-10 lola, |95 each. |iu down, 110 per month. Harris Street, North Ward. 2 lots (corner) IllS.dO each, >15 down, balance |10 per month. Railway Ave. North Ward. The Alb&-ta Securities Ltd. 21-6 FOR SALE-lo acre:: ehok-e Irdgated land,_6 miles from Lethbridge. J36.00 per acre. $4.50 per acre cash. Balance very easy. The Alberta Securities Ltd. 21-6 FOR SALE-5 lots one block Westminster Road North Ward for |1,300. $500 cash, bal. 6 and 12 months. The Alberta Securities Ltd. FbR SALE- S. 1-2 of 3-9-14 (good) $13 per acre, $2,100 cash, balance 9 payments. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 21-6 FOR SALE-This proposition will pay its way. Will rent 1-2 section Irrigated land 2% miles from Lethbridge, 9 room house, cistern, cellar and telephone. Stable22 horses, 80 acres in fall wheat, stubble mostly irrigated, $1,500 worth hay produced annually. Renter must buy for $5,500.00. (No cash If secured by real estate) all machinery, cattle, horses and household furniture. Big chance to make 50 to 100 per cent, off these brood mares, stallion and butter cows. Terms to suit. Apply S. A. Snell, Lethbridge, Alta., Box 63, or at farm. Phone loe Rural. 17-0 vv.rt. pttr mozjtli-......A�jply to Jas. W. Boulton, 523 Crabb St. Phone 1206. 20-O FOR SALE-Several fine residence lots, close In. Also some business lots in the business section of the city. W. H. Johnson. Jobnson Block 297-0 FOiv SAL�-House in North Ward 6 rooms. Close to Ry. track. Will sell completely furnished on small payment down and easy monthl; payments. Apply P. O. Box 387. 29�-0-a N.B.-Unauthorised thii� advertisement wil for. publication of not be paid 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 property, on terms that cannot be made by others, beesui*' we get the money from where it is cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne. gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be but* and see ua when you want money. Phone 394. Empire Land Co.. Ott Block. ass-o MONEY TO LOAN-Leans and Insur- ____ _ ance on farm and city property. Ap- tions in a scaled envelope, ^lon, .iW^I,l,ZJr^^^^^^ the votes held in reserve, and in this way keep even the contest department in the dark regarding your real strength. This is absolutely fair to all. Be sure that you have enough. There is no telling how many your opponent may have. How Many Will You' Need How many votes do you think vou will need? Figure it out, and then go get them. That's the way to win. Get all you can and bring them to the Contest Department before ten o'clock Monday evening and place them in the ballot box. DON'T TELL ANYONE HOW MUCH YOU Bryan bJocK 298-0 TENDERS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES gEALED TENDERS addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tenders for In'dian Supplies," will be received at this department up to noon on Friday, 14th January, 1910. for the delivery of Indian supplies during the fiscal year ending the 31st March, 1911, duty paid, at various points in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Forms of tender containing full particulars may oe had by applying to the undersigned. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. J. D. McLEAN, becretary, Department of Indian Affairs. Ottawa. N.B.-Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority oi the Department will not be paid. TO RENT-Furnished front room, fuUy modern, 638 Burdett street, south. No woman need apply: 14-0 FOR RENT-6 room new cottage. W. R. Dobbin, Southard block. 5-0 FOR LEASE-Store, Round St.. 12 1-2 X 60 ground 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 on Ernest St., close to Dufferin. Apply to The C. B. Bowman Agency. 37-0 TO RENT-New shack on Hodgman St. Duff additlone good size, at $12.00 month. Apply P. L. Whitney ft Co., Box 377, city . TO RENT-Liarge warm furnished room. Apply 638 Coutts St. 17-0 Scrip for sale, veteran. Settler to file Monday at Lethbridge. Apply Dr. Donaldson, Lethbridge Hotel. Saturday. 22-2 MISCELLANtOUS WANTS WANTED TO RENT-A piano for two or three months. Apply F. S. F., Herald. 23-04 PLOUGHING AND SEEDING-Advertiser will have land to work. Particulars from Box 20 Herald office. 22-6 WANTED-Farm wanted for rent with or without option to purchase. Box 19 Herald office. 22-6 V. ..NTED-Accounts for eollectlous. We are getting the money for others. Why not for you. Lethbridge Specialty Co., Box 2053, Pnone 4S9. Rsom Shepard Block. TO LET-Two rooms in fully modern house. Apply 137 .Tames St., North Ward, one block east of New Fire Hall. 18-6 FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, hot and cold water. Apply J. Cantin, Hill block. 20-12 ^yWW\Af'-A^J^X-nA/^Aj^Ay^A/NA/NA.^A.^*.>^^ ''^'^A^^A^^^^>ir-^^M^X^^'^X'^ir',^i'\L^i,'^k''^A-^V''^L^' THE FRANK WADDINGTON CO. Aiictioneci'8 iuid Beal Estate Ag-eiits OFFICE iN-jn.yjj, BLOCK-���'^ ' AUCTION' SALES-Speclal attention given to auction sales and satisfactory results are guaranteed. 15 years' experience. CASH ADVANCED-To any amount on receipt of definite Instructions to sell. SNAPS JN REAL ESTATE will be our special feature. -IT WILL PAY YOU TO WATCH THIS SPACE- TO LET-Furnished rooms. 615 Round St. 20-6 TO RENT-Three comfortably furnished rooms in strictly modern house Gentlemen only need apply. Apply at middle brick house, 422 -Coutts street, v 21-fi WANTED-Man for position. SaJarv and commission. Good promotion Apply room 115 Sherlock Block. 18-6 LOST AND FOUND l0st--On Sunday night, lady's open ^'tli 'he Initials "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 Tvj LET-Comfortable furnished heated rooms to rent. Apply 819 Crabb St. 22-0 LOST-A bunch of keys on the square Finder return to Box 54 or Rev. T. P. Perry, Redpath street. 17-0 For a first-clasB iob iii CLEANING AND DYEING Ladies' or Gents' Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS F'boneT92 LOST-Gold signet ring bearing initials G. M. D, flnnder rewarded on returning to Union Bank. 23-3 PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER AND ACCOUNTANT WM. HUGQETT-(Late Instructor of Calgary Busless ColjAJge) : Quick and accurate work guaranteed. Accountancy work In all its branches. Office, Board of Trade Building (on square). Tlione 1012. Box 2071. 22-24 'Mr 'ceiit.. and at foiir    � ) . n-9 ;