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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Small Storm Aroa^ In House (Continu�d from Front Pag�.) tlie meantime Mr. Pateraon was heckled by Mr. Borden as to the minister's declaration that postage stamps were a ta.t but railway tickets were not. In the Inlerciiunge of repartee Mr. Paterson lost his temper and when Major Ciirrle rose to repent his question at the close ot his argument, the minister told hlni to sit down. Then the speaker broke without Mr. Paterson's consent, he declared, no questions could be asked or interruptions made. Major Currle proceeded to point out that he was only asking the questions upon the permission of the minister when the speaker remarked: "If the gentleman proceeds in his course I will have to name liim." Mr. Foster: "Ah," he remarked, "this is the first time we have heard anything about naming a member." Mr. Paterson then remarked: "When I find the leader ot the opposition taking part in these Interruptions then It is the dignity of the house I am concerned about." Mr. Borden: "I rise to a point of order. I do not think the minister has any right to allude to me In that manner. I asked him three or four questions I understood with his consent. If he declined to permit these questions he should say so. I certainly understood that I had his consent In asking them." The minister then withdrew at once the expres-' slon he had used, the mere fact that he was unable to make good his point should riot cause him to lose his temper." Mr. Paterson then withdrew his expression. WillR s can A. L 305 Crabb Street Who bave just received a sbipment including- Victor Gramophones, Victor Records and Victor Needles Some very fine Violins and Violin Furnishings In fact, a complete line of Musical Merchandise Nordheimer Pianos Chicken ing Pianos Steinway Pianos Haines Bros. Pianos Call ut our store and bear Caruso. Mejba. or any of the great artists of the age A. L EE k CO. 305 Crabb Street ft-* 3 Tlie miierta Don't Forget To take your meals at the only all-round white Restaurant in Leth-bridge THE ALEXANDRA CAFE ASK FOR OUR FRESH Si�RING CHICKEN And Egf^s, also Vef^'etablea and Home (>-rown Suckling Pi^'s anil I'ork from our fiinn. It is for yon. Also Fresh Oyirters in wason, any style to suit your taste. We Are Here to Please You at Any Cost N. H. MURRAY, Prop. Ashmead St. 42i feet by 140 feet $600.00 each Terms J. I. EtKIN & CB. 807 CKAHB STREET (Opp. Bank of Montreal) Phone 11S3 Herald One Iflisertion 21^ Want 6 Insertions $1.00 Advertisments not Ads Exceeding 35 words, i cent per Dring Word Additional, Results Pay in advance k9 SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-Generai servant, good plain coolt. Apply 803 Coarrlctid St. 31-6 1-M"I"I 'M' I .l-lMl..i.ii..i..l..i..H.^.4HH- MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE WANTED-Lady roomer, student or other who would spend evenings at home. Object, company. To desirable party, the undersigned will give most liberal rights and teriiis. Mrs. J. A. Bradley, 971 Ashmead St., Dufi: Addition. P. O. Box 1915. 32-5 FOu_____.iS-Restaurant apply London Supper Bar. 32-6 FOR SALS-^The contests oJ a nine romed house auitable (or a rooming Church. Apply to W. L. Wilson, auctioneer. 32-6 HORSE OWNERS ATTENTION-We hare plenty of cat straw that makes line leed. Why pay �16 a ton for hay when you can get good straw at $4.00 per load. L. Blosey. 32-1 FOR SALE-1 set 4 vols, encyclopoed-la of engineering, new. Price flO. Concert size guitar, sweet tone, Inlaid keys. Apply P. O. Box 104, City. 32-6 A SNAP-126.00 new full dress coat and vest, size 38 only 115.00. Call soon 4s this is certainly a bargain and won't last long. Rygg & Leneltcli, tailors, next Good Co. Phone 1421. 31-0 FOR S.\LE-Good Restaurant business valued at $600; will sell for $300 cash. Apply Box 39, Magratli, Alta. 28-6 FOR SALE-A gent's coon coat, cost ?(;3. owner going to coast. Apply, Halliday, 313 Bompas stree.t after 5 p.m. any day. 28-6 FOR SALE-20 shares United Wire-ess Telegraph stock, ?3o share. Reg ular price J40. Box 327, Lethbrldge. 2G-0 FOR SALE-Hay and oats for sale. Dixon & Matchett, phone 1456, P. O. Box 86. 13-0 FOR SALE-Good second hand piano. Price ?175, or offer, easy terms arranged. Apply Room 18 Bryan block. 25-0 COMPLETE ARTESIAN WELL DRILLING outfits for sale cheap on easy terms, or exchange for farm lands in the west; outfits capable of going from 100 to 2,000 feet; experienced men furnished or contracts taken. For full particulars address James Peat & Sons, Lethbrldge, Alia., Yorkton, Sask., or Petrolea, Ont, 2S-C Come West now-Government land in the Nechaco Valley, B. C, can bo ob-^ , tained and purchased through the I select and stake this laud tor the nominal sum of 75c per acre. Write now to N. S. A., Box 191, Vancouver, B. C. 27-0 FOR SALIO-1-16 interest in the bull's Head Mining Claim, Swiit Current district Montana for $,50n.on. AVrite Chas. E. Matson. Spring Coulee. 30-3 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH-WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who js the sole head o! a fauiiiy, or any male over 18 years old, may honj.'-.stead a quarter-geetion of avnilabk; Doriiiiuon land in Manitoba, SasUatchewau or Alberta. Thf flpplicaiit must appear in person at Uie Dominioii Lands Agency or Siib-Aceucy for the rlistrict Entry hv proxy may be made at any agenev on certain conditions by father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister ot intending homesteader. Duties-Six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his- liome-stead on a farm of at le.ist 80 acree soli'ly ovvntd and occupied by him or by Ills father, uioUier, stjij, daughter, brother or sister. la curtain districts a lioiu steader in frood .standiiif,' may pro-e-Mpt a quarter-.soctioii alongaido hi.s liome-sti'ad. Price .liS.OO i)er acre. Duties - ,Mu.st re.siiie six mouths in eaoli of six years from date of ln-imeRtead entry (including the time required to oiirii liome.stead pati-rit) and cultivate fifty acres ^^rii. A Ji'oniesteacW' who fins exhausted his liomestead rlorht and cannot obtain a i)i'o-enij)lioii may talte a inii-chased lionic.stoad in certain districts, I'l-io," ?:!.00 \)'}V acre. Duties-.Must i-oside six months In each of three yeai's. oiiltvalc; lifty acres and erect a lionso worth ?;!00,00. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. Ottawa, Canada. 1 N.n.-TTnnnthorized puMiculion of fi,:.. I i 1,.. (,.,5 ! WANTED-Teacher wanted for small school. Lady preferred. Duties to commence at once. Apply stating qualifications and salary required to William J. Baker, Gladstone Valley School, Mountain Mill, Alberta. 31-2 WANTED-For February 5th, a lady office assistant to do billing. Must also be able to do shorthand and typewriting. Practical experience prefer red. Apply personally to Manager, Hudson's Bay Co. ' 31-6 WANTED-Young man to drive city delivery rig. Must have knowledge of horses. Good references. Reply in own hand-writing. Write Box B.T., Herald office. 30-O WANTED-Position by first class cook. Apply Alberta Restaurant. 27-6 WAN! ED-First class plane' man chfirge of two machines, crmrai,nv.e middle of March. Appiv statipg wagei. Peter McLaren, Blirmore i>40 WANTED-General servant. Good plain cook., Ap.PJy.. -Coi!E.tlm'9...at. " 30-6 TO RENT TO RENT-Special private rooming house, respectable class roomers kept in strictly modern house, two furnished rsosis to let. Apply at middle bi lek house, 422 Coutts street. 32-1 WANTED TO RENT-Furnished house. Apply Box 446, Lethbrldge.31-6 TO RENT-Furnished room, suitable for two gentlemen. Apply between hours of 10 and 12 a.m., 526 Round St. 31-6 FOR riSNT-Three rooins. Apply 1010 Ford St. 31-6 WANTED TO RENT-Small house or shack with two or three rooms. Apply Box X., Herald. 30-6 TO RENT-Double ofBces in new Alberta block. For terms and particulars apply Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co. 27-0 TO RENT-Furnished rooms. Apply 315 Brunton St., Rivervlew. lO RENT-A fully modern house on lOinest St., close to Dufterln. Ap-'  to The C. B. Bowman Agency. 97-0 TO RENT-New shack on Hodgman St. Duff additionfl good size, at 112.00 month. Anniy F. L. Whitney ft Co., Box 377ii city TO RENT-Large warm furnished room. Apply 638 Coutts St. 17-0 FOK RENT-Furnished rooms, hot and cold water. Apply J. Cantln, Hill block. 20-12 FO.H RENT-House of five rooms, furnace, water and light. J23.00 per month, new house.i W. H. Johnson, .Johnson block. 27-0 TO RENT-Furnished rooms for gen- SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-Situation at work of any kind. Five years' experience in buying grain. One year in railway office. Apply J. F. Brady, Windsor Hotel. 32-2 WANTED-Position as housekeeper or as cook in a hotel or restaurant by experienced young man In that lln6. Good references. Write to Foissier, Coleridge, AKfa. 31-6 WANTED-Young man not afraid of work wants inside or outside employment in city at once, experienced with horses. Apply Box A. L, Herald Office. ' I 28-6 WANTEDPositlon in hotel or restaurant by first class cook with best references. Apply Alberta Restaurant. 27-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE-One 10 acre, one 20 acre and one 40 acre tract, choice irrigated land, 6 miles east of Lethbrldge. Price 975.00 per acre. |15.00 per acre cash, balance 5 equal annual payments with interest at 6 pep ceHtt. Apply P. O. Box 97, Lethbrldge. 41-6 FOR.. .S&LE'rr^J.SO.� �r.r!a .ftf. .Ian4,5,. 1 �?. miles north west of Magrath. |30 per acre. 80 acres in first crop. Apply Box 39. Magrath, Alta. 31-S FOR SALE-House and lot 50x125, N. Ward. $50 down balance easy monthly payments. A cash price value on long terms. Apply P.O.Box XWl,. ?W-ox FOR SALE-1400 acre ranch, all fenced, fair buildings, about half can be cultivated, plenty running water, 16 miles from railway and town; price $7.50 per acre, good terms. Oalvin-Hatfield Co., Room 1, Ott block, Lethbrldge,, Alta., Phone 1425. 29-6 FOR SALE-Or exchange for city property, bay horse, seven years old, weight about 1050 lbs., good worker, souud and genttai; also single harness and spring wagon. Inquire Galvin-Hatfleld Co., Room 1 Ott Block. Phone 1425. ' ^9-6 FOR SALE-Two good buys in River-view, lot and half each, easy terms. Apply Southern Alberta Land and Investment Co., 416 Dufferin street, Bryan block. 25-0 FOR SALE-5 lots one block Westminster Road North Ward for $1,300. $500 cash, bal. 6 and 12 months. The Alberta Securities Ltd. FOR SALE-This proposiUon will pay its way. Will rent 1-2 sectUn irrigated land 2% miles from Lethbrldge, 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 $6,600.00. (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 brooa mares, stallion and butter cows. Terms to suit. Apply S. A. Snell, Lethbrldge, Alta., Box 63, or at farm, PhofflfelOe Rural. 17-0 FOR SALE-By the owner, lot 28 or 27 or 26 and 1-2 of 26 or 1-2 ef 25 and 24 in Block 35 on the corner ot Bur-dett and Dufferin streets, in the ctty of Lethbrldge. Apply T. O. Johnson, Sweet Grass, Montana. 1-0 TO RENT-Four roomed house, 523 McNabb street, water and basement. Apply Galvln and Hatfield or F. C. Seabi-ook, Hudson Bay Co. 28-G TOr'"SM13^fio�i8rin~"iSlonrnvar^^^^^^ 6 rooms. Close to Ry. track. Will sell completely furnished on pmBli payment down and easy n. .-ithlj payments. Apply P. O. Box 387 299-0-� TO RENT-Unfurnished rooms. Apply Union Grocery Store, opp. Police Bai--racks. 29-G TO -RENT-3 liirnished rooms with bath. Apply V. Rodgers, Dakota Pool room, Kean Block. 29-6 TO RENT-Room and board suitable for two respectable men. Apply Mrs. R. Adam, 1222 Fisher street. 29-6 TO LET-A tiack warehouse. Apply Conybeare, Church and McArtuur. FOR KENT-Part of suite in Sherlock Block. Nice light office. Address P. O. Box 2084. 31-2 TO LET-Furnished rooms, 615 Round St. 31-2 LOST AND FOUND FOUND-Two. bay mares, star in face of each, one branded circle N on left hip, the other branded W on the left slioulder. Apply Albert Johnson, New Dayton. 2S-G , LOST-A bunch of keys on the square I Finder return to Box 54 or Rev. T. P. ' Perry, Rcdpath street. 17-0 FOUND-On Medicine Hat local some davs ago, a bunch of a dozen, keys. Owner call at Herald and pay for this adv. 27-0 LOST-Ladies' gold station and laundry. Ilei-ald Otnce. wateli between Reward at The 27-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS ...1.NTED-Sewing by the day, at once. Apply Mrs. M. Thornton, general delivery, city postofhce. 32-1 List your property with us: For sale, for rent or for a loan. W.H. Johnson, Johnson block, 323 Round St. 27-0 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN-Why pay rem when we can let you have monoy enough to build your own house ai 6 per cent. We loan money on all kinds of city property, on terms thai cannot be made by others, beoau;