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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta vfAOE FOUR THE LETHBft.DGf DAIL> TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1909. THE FINEST LEAVES From Ceylon Tea Plantations are contained in District News It is packed in sealed lead pack- f ets to preserve its tine flavor and aroma. 40c, 50c and OOc per pound I At all grocers. jj j WARNER _____ I Thanksgiving j exercises at the church last Monday TABER proved to foe-a groat success. Besides I Taber, Oct. farewell rt-ccp- j Me large crowd from town, there i lion in honor of Frank Johnson was j wt're several from a distance present hold in (he Taber opera house ou FYJ- tho The Y-P-A- n 'gram in the'evening was verv good. day evening, Oct. 29th.. Tnc evening was well i was spi-nt in dancing, and a program Walker Bros, are now busy drilling; i was given consisting of the following a well in the south-west part of numbers: Vocal duet, 11. Johnson ilown- for Mr- Johnson. land C. Walker recitation. Miss Mar-i Mr> 'has sold his property atta YanOrman vocal solo, I Mr" Are You Satisfied with your aiilk supply? If not, phone 347 lor Fresh Milk, Cream and Biftter COX SON Box 80 W. L Wilson the auctioneer, will buy all the furniture in your house and pay cash or sell it by public auction. If you cannot call on us, ring up Phone 189 and we will call on yon. Daily. Herald Market Place ycu have to sell or to rent place ii io this if you wani anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACANT The owner has taken possession, and GoldaJVing; speech by A. Tome; j is busy moving in. Mr. darionct duel, F. Johnson and T. A. jpcd in four car loads of stock, sna- Sun-dal male quartette, John Fran-' cninery household goods. cis, Hugh Johnson, T. Francis and C. I A m'w dra.v wil1 commence work 1 Walker, antfa farewell speech Monday. This will insure bet-i Frank Johnson. The'programme was jtcr as with the increasing by all, as was evidenced 1 amount-of it is more than one I by the encores received. Mr. John- can fian'dle alone. I son will leave on Monday for Ray- i Scarbury will commence build- i mond for a few days' visit with i a barn and a dwelling in a friends, whence he will leave for the! few l Eastern States to years on a mission. I remain in Taber for upon his return they expect to move mcnt, an-d big piles of lumber are on j ot visitors in to Utah on a farm. We have no ithe Around ready for the builders. We kane rtie week of November 15. AI Station. George W. Coffee. 'doubt of Frank's success, as he is a understand that Fred Leffingwell booth has been ar-1 Ithc contract for the carpenter work.! for at T'he the ex- i carpenters wanted SITUATIONS POSITION As farm ager. Thoroughly up to improrinj and managing farm from 1-2 section upwards. Married, no family. Many years experience of fanning, stock raising and fruit growing. Up to date western methods ou dry or irrigated lands. Apply stating terms, accom- modation and acreage. H. J. I. Coal- dale, Alta., Can. chambermaid wishes situation in hotel. Apply Box 12, Herald office. 267-6 GETTING READY FOR BIG APPLE SHOW man to wash and polish biles. Steady job to the right one. Experienced preferred. Apply :it once to the Standard Garage, Wood St- 273-0 dining room girls at, oiu-f. Apply Coaldale Restaurant. 273-6 Washing taken i aone at private homes. Good at reasonable rates. lorrance Mrs. Botham railway track: 222-Ox c, j driver for city deliv- bpokune, Wash., Nov. cry, one speaking the Slav language diat: Apply 3 miles north of Chin 273-6 youn.tr man of excellent habits, and vuus iutiu those of them miles north of Taylorville. Miss Jennie Pyper has come back Harlow and four children were burn- j present !t0 her home to sPend the with Flax ...................___ Cattle on the hoof: Steers, per 1 b. 0-03 Oows, .per Ib. 0 02% Live..'per cwt.......7 50 Dressed, per cwt.....0 00 Sheep: Live, per cwt. ......450 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Poultry: Geese................ 0 15 Turkeys............. 0 20 Chickens............ 0 12 Fowl................ o 10 Ducks............... 0 15 Butter and Eggs: Dairy butter 0 18 Creamery butter 030 Eggs, per dozen ....-030 "Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. Onions, per Ib. Eay ,prairie blue joint- 000 Hides: Dry 0 12 Cured 0 07% Rendered Tallow: Nro. 1, per Ib........0 00 No. 2. per Ib.......0 00 1 00 I ed to death- today when fire caused by [the upsetting of an oil lamp destroy- ;ed the Harlow home in the outskirts i of tie ci-ty. i Mr. Harlow and two sons were at work in a near-fay coal mine at the tim-e.'-of the- accident a spiritual treat. His powerful, yet simple, message, telling of the great riches' of God's grace; glory an-d par- pursuinK a course in don, appealed to all. Unfortunately Mr. McLaurin had to leave in the ev- ening for, Calgary, so that those who "T. P." WON'T VISIT TORONTO. on Eldridge's cattle ranch about 18 Toronto, Nov. P. O'Connor. 'M. P., the distinguished Nationalist, may not come to the meeting of the United League tonight. L. X. Mc- Brady has just returned from New- York where he saw Mr. O'Connor, and brought- a cheering message from he' Shc.-haSeen living in Cardston for the past few the latter. MILK RIVER Milk River. Nov. Carl Halm 1 00 0 03 0 00 S 00 10 00 4 65 10 00 0 16 0 22 0 15 012X 0 16 021 0 35 i 0 40 1-50 0 05 10 00 13 to U4 08% kitchen when the lanp was overturned 'Mrs. Harlow quickly carried the bovj i to the yard. He perished when she entered the house again to aid the four children who were asleep on the to- disappointment. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith observ- tel from Mrs- J. Ness and takes 'charge today, Mrs. J. Ness and farailv will "reside. second floor. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Port Colborne, Ont., Nov. steamer Keyport was unloaded at the government elevator today, with 000 bushels of wheat, consisting of two 'different gf'ades, in one hour and thirty-two minutes. Guelph, Ont., Nov. citv of Guelph gets a profit of S5.000 from its municipally owned street railway system, after paying all expenses and deducting to build a new bridge to the Agricultural college. cd this Thanksgiving Day at, their on their farm east of Mnk Rim home a small, but perfectly bright and cheerful party of guests w-as' there. At the close every' face ex- pressed the satisfaction which all j present could not fail to feel. Mr. and Mrs. Smith, are to be congratu- Mr. C. L. Greene is representing the Citizens Lumber Co. at present having recentlv relieved Mr. Chas. F transferred to Coutts. general, servant. Good wages. Apply Mrs. J. Alexander, 424 Glyn St. 271-6 -woodsmen. Highest going wages paid. Elk Lumber Co. F. GK Waters, superintendent, Hos- FOR SALE-One. ladies' otter fur one gasoline stove. Apply 604 Bartlett St. or Phone 186. 2m MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-To purchase second hand' show oases suitable for hardware or groceries. Apply to H.-S. Hall, Stir- ling. 273-6 young work horses" than price, cash. Toms ce. age, lowest Sundial Postoffi- 273-1 second hand set of The international or American .Correapon- dpnoe. School text books on civil en- gineenng. State price wanted. Box Herald. 273-1 WANTED- The Ensign Co., Leth- priGge, Alta., requires representatives ia in Alberta to sell their show cards, price tickets, magic lan- tern slides and signs. Good men can make big money in whole or part time. Apply Manager. 273-30 mer, B: C. 337-0 respectable girl. Apply 1010 Ford St. -257-) cirl at once. Ap- ply Mrs. A. B. Ripley, 289 Brunton St. 263-O WANTED-Room by married couple Apply at Herald office.. WANTED-2 "lots near-Allison Mills Apply Geo. Beaton, .Box 355, p. o. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head of a family, Or any male over 13 years may homestpad a of available Dominion land in Echo has lated on their entertaining ability. seriously ni for the past few weeks.'is All .whose journeys take them reported rapidly recovering. through the two coulees near home of Mr. J. F. Shot tier will the1 be .J. A. Ellert and son are erecting a fine 'building on Main Street and will very pleased to-know that both of j handle an line of shoes. them have been bridged over. Our! ladies and genVs furnishings. thanks are due to all who helped in j any way to do this most desirable work. It was more than unpleasant! MUCH LAND BEING TAKEN UP before, to cross these places, but now neither danger nor discomfort meed be ..experienced.. Thc first coulee was purchase or rent with option cf-purchase, residence near Central School, or lots- Parti- -WANTED-Experienoed. housekeeper culars to Box Z., this office. 269-6 for two people.. Apply Box J.; Her- ri, A aid. signs, show cards, price tickets, 'enamelled let- ters, banners, magic lantern slides, artificial palms, vines, et-c. for inter- ior decorations. En-sign Co., P 0 Box Acadia Building Leth- bridge, Alta. good- general servant. Apply Mrs. Hick; -cor. Crabb and Courtland.- 270-0 men to work in sugar factory arid-oh farm 'of Knight Sugar Co. at Raymond. Apply at Raymond office. 270-6 applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Agency for the district. Entry by proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditions, by father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sis- ter of intending homesteader. months' upoi and cultivation of the land in of three years. A homesteader live within nine miles of nia stead on a farm of at least AO solely owned and occupied by him month of October as riven out this Hamilton, Ont., Nov. Ham-j bridged by the Local Improvement I morning show 433 homestead entries ilton City Council is not yet satisfied with the power contract and decided tonight by the casting vote of the 0 04X to refcr Jt back to the Hv-dro- i Wooters. Rlcctric Commission for an amend-! Mr. Snodgrass, sr., formerly Council of the district, whilst the month, "299 .pre-emptions second one was the work of Messrs. and 4-purchased-homesteads, making J. Meyers, J. Snodgrass an-d J. j a total of 736 quarter sections taken office returns for hie father, mother, eon, daughter brother or sister. In certain districts a in good standing may pre-empt i quarter-section alongside hii stead. Price per acre. DutSw -Must reside six montfag in 0 03X up. The "land office is pretty well filled -all the time during the month ment. Brandon, Man., Nov. Uren of the C.P.R. who has hecn transferr- ed to Moose Jaw, left yesterday to take up his duties in his new office. Gooi! Water leaos M Health You insure both by using the Berkefeld Filter. Thp Br-rkefeld Fil- "ta -ggr' wr'removes all impurities from water, Superintendent McGregor, of Souris. a including cholera, typhoid and other who has been appointed to the Bran-! i Cayley, now of Oregon, is, with prospective settlers and land- friends, staying with his son, Mr. J. i seekers. Business does not see-, to Snodgrass, of Reid Hill. be falling off any this month disease bacilli It is scientifically constructed and ts Known and used in overv bacterio- logical laboratory in the world, and is universally recommended by sanitarv experts. It is simple in construction uSS. rion 0iTlce arrivwi vesterday. It is easily attached to ;my exist- ing wafer supply at slight expense, gives an ample supply Of fectly filtered water without trouble and_ entirely does away with the slightest risk of disease arisin" from impure water. Every where drinking wtcr is required, every hospital, sch'ool, ho- tel, workshop, pubic building or s should have one, and no 'dwelling house _ should be without one. Boiling your drinking writer is a laborious and inefficient plan making it safe. You do not h: do TTUS if you use BERKEFELD FILTER _ Filters -V ill purposes and in ail are manufactured and supplied Our representative will call on the households of -the" City within the NIGHT SCHOOL Thorough instruction in Commercial and Shorthand branches, Civil Service and English. For particulars phone or writ-> Geo. J. Schmidt. Pri-.oipal. Garbutt Business Coihge Phone 1315 f'.O.Box i29I fir0t class plasterers at once to work on hotel, at Carman- gay. Apply to 3L P. Car- marigay, Alta, 270-6 FOUND Two little white or- phan pigs. Owner call at 4 Viner's store, Eedpath St., pay ex- penses and take 271-J wanted by the day at the Private Hospital, North Miss Dainty. 270-O TO RENT TO well furnished bed- room .in- modern touseyprivate fam- ily; half... a. -block-eouth-of -Central, School. 623 Coutts St. LOST bay 5-years old, one white foot branded on left hip. D. Havka, Taber, Alta. MISCELLANEOUS TO houses on Courtland street, between. Bartlett and: West- desert-