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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA.. SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1909. r MOVING I ADVANCEO VAUDEVHIIE 1. Hypnotist's Revenge 2. Veapolitan's Jealousy 3. Can Hagenbeck's Circus 'SON. wishing to obtain wish tlu' same limit: lor there will lv ;i strong demand Alberta Red Ueed this fall. The prices quoted 1 IK> 'fl I1' .....1 W> Prices 15c and 25c -M ;N. x. V N to be hud now. BUTTER AND The trade is brisk in buttor an Kirirs, per dl-zen 0 00 0 25 Dairy, per Ib 0 25 0 30 Creamery, per Ib 0 27 n per dozen 0 25 0 ,'V The vegetables art.- nearly ail im ported and took a wicker side. "Lord she mormortd softly, "I knew it you by until of year clfer." is. per i Rhubarb, per to the Ib. J 0 OG J 0 increased settlement and the backward sprint, feed is in Hay Slcnard was not a connoisseur as vs- srood demand and rather ?carc tobacco, and wondered idly j i? scarce article. And if any ouVt'e: tf Lord Crojland's favorite !T.he price would be about S24.00 btmadwas to the standard of this Ton But bv car ]ot, hom llp compliment. Mlaa Harriet i CTatJBtifd- fUats sacked are quoted at per tin Tm gUd I foond you alone, for I wamt to thank you for lb NOTICE In the matter the "Alberta Elec- tion Act." and in the matter of an Election held on the 22nd day of March. 1909, for the purpose of "elect- ing a member to represent, the Elec- toral Division of Lt-th bridge City, in tliH Legislative Assembly of Alberta. To Frederick Kenny. Esq.. Returning Officer lor the Electoral Division of Leth bridge City. As official iieent of WILLIAM CARLOS IVES. ESQ.. a Candidate at the Election above. referred to, I submit herewith a de-j In ladies' and gentlemen's wear and in web. Also table covers, handkerchiefs etc., just received FROM JAPAN Toys, porcelain ware leather goods, paper nap- kins etc. BOY WANTED-To deliver the Daily PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR residential pro- perty, rent's ?35 per montn. Price Herald in North Herald office. Ward. Apply at 142-0 Good terms. Co. Alberta Realty 115-0 WANTED-By middle of L41C 0 u month, competent general servant !boutn Good wages. No washing. Apply to '-Mrs, Neale, opp. English Church. 145-0 !________ FOR new fully modern i house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. Ita. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 I Chow Sam Co. tailed statement of Election Ex- i International Hod Carriers' an4 Builders' Laborers' Union LOCAL NO. ISO of roses toward him. "It was of you to send them. It than I can say." b? laughed. "No flower that grew la worthy of yon. That foolish, I suppose, for many mast have said I it simply. you." said softly, aad both for a "HIM Harriet." be ventured Iy. "you arc tonight" and conttn- earnestly, "I don't that not beaatlful always, but I you In black "How absurd'" she smiled. "I shall 0 06% 9 12 i 0 07 gown of soft, dull black, T to wnlcta brought out the saowy BCM ber throat and armi. In bet thick dark tnaaes a. greut tiara giow- aad rivHiiag. It seeoied, riviere of gemi about bet JMCk. while at her breast blazed a brooch. Fashioned in tba of aa eagle ouHtretched jwlvgl. a ihtmmeting of light the fyroud bird itood at an emblem of its wealth and daring, percbed tbt boaooi of a priacesi of the free. j RJcbard. in his present jalwl. Harriet teemed the moat ra- i4lmatly perfect creature yet produced I world began. At she bowed jktblad footllgbta for Mcoud to an encore a large i Waqaet American was upon the stage, aad Miss Har- jiiet bluibed ac she for tbis apposite tribute to her owa When safely behind tbe cur- she glanced at a card attached, which bore two words, "An Ameri- can." signature was vague, yet aomehow Miss Reowyck picked aooor out from myriads of gentlemen who might better have claimed Mtle. and agate she blushed as buried her face among the fragrant it a M "No. no." be protested warmly: "It Is more than that, believe I waat to carry away with me forevtr ory of you KM you looked tonight. I noat leave toon. I'm going home." "Back to she asked, a tremor In ber voice. "No. to Texas." "Wbatr Richard caught himself just in you he stam- No. 1. per Ib......0 00 No. 2. per Ib......0 00 0 04 0 03 Since January 1 it is estimated about 40 or 50 carloads of potato. have been imported into Lethbridge. Received the above statement this They have come all the way from 20th day of May, 1909. P. E. I., Mm., Sask. and from B.C. Most of the meat come? from Chi- cago or Omaha. Eggs and cheese ly come from Ontario. Gold ?t- chickens are also imported. So pen.se> incurred by and on behalf of said candidate, including bills in res-! Schedule of Wages -and Working 1 Hours to come into effect on July j 1st, 1909, until May 1st, 1910. I Attending to Bricklayers and Ma- sons, 30 cents, 32% cents and 35 cents per hour. Attending to Carpenters. 30 cents per hour. Attending to Plasterers. 37% cents and 40 cents per hour. Attending to Concrete Mixer Ma- chine, wheeling either from or 10 ma- chine, 30 cents per hour. Concreting by hand, Z1% cents per hour. peer to ht> personal expenses, to- gether with the bill.- and vouchers relating thereto. Stenographer Clerk 50.00 Printing 152.35 Hall rent 60.00 Teams, for Canvasser? 15.00 Postage 27.00 Stationr-rv. etc......... 8.00 lots and small new first-class carpenters reasonable. Apply J. H. wanted, at once. None but union menjHooPer> Hodgman St., Duff .Addition, need apply. Call at Easton's harJ 144-5 ness shop. Round St., or 418 Bartlett, 146-6 i FOR QUICK SALE-2-storey, 7 room ---------------------------------------___------------.new facing east on Westmin- ster Eoad> north of London St.. on good breaking to start to work at once. Will pay liberal price per acre. Apply to the 0. W. Kerr Co.. Lethbridge. UO-0 bright, .smart cirl for confectionery department. Apply Hudson's Bav Co. cox on premises. 144-6 FOE on Smith St., sec- ond south of Bompas St. Apply on 143-G 145-6 LOST good general servant. I---------------------------_____________..........................._ Apply; to Mrs. Sherlock, 1253 Bom- LOST-Iron grey mare, 4 years old. pas St. 148-3 weight Ibs., branded S oo left hip' white star in of forehead, AM. Competent general serv- wire cut front right foot; reward v. Apply -Mrs. Frank Colpman, c-o i for return to Gust. Gacobson Royal Duffenn Burden Sts. 148-0 i Hotel, Taber. Alta. 131-13 TO RF.WT. unfurnished K-oms, suitable for light housekeeping Ap- ply Box E. D., c-o Herald. 145-6 TO room in modern iiouse, on Ashmead St. south of Po- lice Grounds. Phone 330. 143-6 new glove on May 24th. Owner can have same at Herald Office. 139.9 brown monogram NF on AN on right ;elding. branded left flank and shoulder. One 397.35 I have the honor to be. Sir. Your obedient servant. FRANK COLPMAN. Official Agent for William C.Ives, Esq. FRED KENNY. Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Lethbridge Citv. 143-1 NOTICE there ought to be fortunes for some- body. Why import so much tli could be supplied locally? Many I farmers who could be producers ar j consumers of many things. i No doubt there is a, in grain growing but there is a good opening for any who to so into mixed forming. OR. C. C. CRAGG Physician Office to 11 a.m.. u> "jou turned Into j p.m.. 7 to 8 p m t good Anjertcin that I think of yoor country BOW as being my own. i I down for nearly a you know, and now buitMM calls back again." Once more they were for a little space. "And are yon not coming north she asked him nervously. "It said Richard the Brazen, smiling Into the wistaria Tine. "Listen, Harriet I want to ask yon something. No. It isn't a Question. It IB only a flower. I would like to take Jost one of those to a cow- boy down ID Teias. I will find him If I can. and I know it will make him happier than anything else in all the world. May I kavp rhe Phone Office 125. House 94. STREET SURFACiNG Bid? will be received by the City of Lethbridge at the office of the City Engineer, until 1 o'clock noon, June 9th. 1909, for the re-surfacing and grading pi certain streets. A certified cheque for the sum of one hundred dollars (5100) payable to the Secretary-Treasurer of the City of Lethbridge, must accompany each proposal as a guarantee that the suc- cessful bidder will enter into a con- tract with the city. Plans and specification? may be seen at the office of the City Engineer.; No bid necessarily accepted. j C. M. ARNOLD, Lethbridge. Alta. City Engineer.' June 2nd, 1909. 145-6 In the matter of the "'Alberta Elec- tion and in the matter of an Election held on the 22nd day of March, 1909, for the purpose of elect- ing a member to represent t-he Elec- toral Division of LethoVidge City, in the Legislative Assembly of Alberta. To Frederick Kenny, Esq.. Returning Officer for the Electoral Division' of Lethbridge City. As official agent of DONALD McNAB. ESQ., a Candidat-e at the Election above referred to, T submit herewith a de- tailed statement of all Election Ex- penses incurred by and on behalf of said candidate, including bills in res- pect to his personal expenses, to- gether with the bills and vouchers relating thereto. Printing.............. Hall rent 11.50 Livery 4.00 Cigar? and refreshments 31.00 Excavating and ordinary laboring. cents per hour. Hours of Working Time Shall be from 7 a.m. till 12 noon; 1 p.m. till 5 p.m. as 9 hours per day. Extra working time shall be as fol- lows: 5 p.m. till 7 and a quar- TO Apply 517, Round St. 143-6 TO room to rent. G. Delaney, Coutts St. 146-3 FOR store. Ford St., beside Fire Hall. Apply to R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block, Phone 222. 145-0 i hnvi- the honor to be, Your obedient servant, W. E. BELL, Official Agent for Donald McNab, Esq. Received the above statement this 20th day of Mav. 1909. FRED KENNY, Returning Officvr for the Electoral District of Lethbridce Citv. 148-1 ter. 7 p.m. till 10 and one- half. 10 p.m. till 7 time. For Sundays and Christmas Day Double time. Articles Article working on exca- vating and concreting shall have the privilege of working 16 hours per day as 7 a.m. till 6 p.m., 1 hour for dinner. Article of brick and mortar. Wheeling on level 30 cents. Wheeling up gra.de 32% cents per hour; carrying hod to brick layers and masons shall be 35 cents per hour and mixing mortar 35 cents per hour. Article carriers to plaster- ers 37 cents per hour; mixing for plasterers shall be 40 cents per hour. Article days shall not be farther than two weeks apart, j Article claim the jurisdic- tion of the following brajiches of our j craft: Wrecking of buildings, exca- j viition of buildings, digging of trench- es, piers and foundation holes, dig- ging lagging holes and cassion work, concrete for buildings whether founda- tions, floors or any othf-r, whether done by hand or any other process, 'tending to masons, mixing and hand-i ling all materials used by masons, except stone setters, building of scaf- When You Buy Fruit Lands Do you buy them for a Summer Home, or do you buy them to make you a home 12 months in the year and have an income from them If you do, you surely will buy in the CRESTON DISTRICT where the train runs every day in the year and located at the door of the market. can pick fruit up till twelve o'clock noon and you have this for breakfast next to 60 hours nearer than any other point. MOW is the time to buy for land is going to advance. TO house. A reli- i wanted for old established furnished boarding house. 13 bed- rooms. Central location in town of High River. F. N. Sheppard, High River. 147.4 bay gelding branded 5 on left jaw. Parties finding same please notify George Millar, Burdett, Alta. 144-6 camped in Sec. 29, Tp. 6 R. 17, west "of 4th Meridian, there strayed from my camp two horses: One black gelding, branded 04 on rightshoulder, monogram VA on left shoulder. One dark bay gelding, branded faint U on right shoulier: has star on forehead; shod all round! A reward of each will be given for their delivery in Lethbjidge or delivered in Stirling and parties will immediately notify H. Young, Cowley, Alta. 146-12 TO furnished room, a month. 638 Burdett St., Block south of central school. 147-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR. 60 head of cattle, chiefly heifers under 7 years. Will accept negotiable notes. Apply A Hacker, F. O. Box 1301. 143-6 FOR St. Ber- nard pups. Apply Westminster Road cor. of 'Rachel, North Ward. Phone 92. 144-6 FOR for cash, a bug- gy nearly new and one set o: sincle harness. Apply first house north "of Chinook Club, Glyn St. 145-6 FOR of Percheron mar- es, 1325 Ibs. and 1350 Ibs., 5 years old; a Studebaker wagon, guage, wide tire, and good harness. 5625.00 complete. Apply to S.E. 1-4 S. 32 Tp. 8 Rs. 22. W. of 4th Meridian, or Box 1387; P.O. 145-f gold watch and chain about four o'clock Monday afternoon in front of the Dallas Hotel. Owner will receive same by paying expenses. Ap- ply to P. V. Marion, at the Windsor Hotel. 144-O TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until 5 o'clock, p. m. Thursday, June 10th, for the erection of a residence for Mr. J. N. Ritchie. Plans and specifications on view at the Architect's offices in the A. Mac- donald Block, this city. The lowest or any tender -not neces- sarily accepted. 147-4 147-4 JAMES A. MACDOXALD, Architect. FOR SALE OR TO boards, shovels, picks, and iron wheel- barrows. Apply at.'Dufierin Hotel, corner Dufferin and Burdett St. City. 144-6 and raising ot old buildings, drying f plastering when bv salaman. at heat, handling of dimension j z Heraid office NOTICE In the mnirfr f. n 148-6 thi-> ?nt will not fe fOT. WANTED PARTNER WANTED Good jtfrl to help with housework on farm, eight miles from Lethbridge. to fo into fro- eery with about or 1500. Apply Road E.. north of Wortfr Ward. MM A. of If ;