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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQB FOUR THE LtTHBR.PQt- WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, CLARKE The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block WE CASH o CLEARING OUT THE NEW SUITS Wonderful underpricing throughout the entire stock garments going at 75 this out We carry no hold-overs in store. Stocks are pushed during the season for which they were bought by a low price im- petus that is simply irresistible That hurrying along is under way begins to-morrow morning with the absolute clear- ance of every tailored suit in stock at an all-round price of about half their average worth. Fernie Liberals Getting Ready Keruie, Nov. larg-ly attended meet ins of Liberals was held in the Miners' Hall last night, at which Dr. King, of Cranbr >ok spoke, and resolutions of thanks to the retiring Liberal leader, J. A. for his able leadership during the past. j seven years, and wishing him a long tenure of the important -position to i which ho is soon to be called, and expressing' full confidence in the abil- ity and integrity of the new leader, John Oliver, under whose guidance the party -goes hit" the present con- test. The meeting was a, most rep- one and the. enthusiasm was spontaneous. A delegation was selected, consisting of ten to repre- sent Fernie in the convention to nominate a candidate, which was called for Thursday night in the same hall, and notices were sent it all the divisions of this district to have delegates present. The discontent among Conserva- tive? over the railway policy of'the; government grows and the enthus-j iasm of the Liberals keeps pace with j that irrowth. Special for Tuesday and Wednesday Ontario Tomatoes in baskets at 75c Ontario Apples and Quince Tokay Grapes Bananas, etc. Ask for Fleischman's Yeast" We have it Family Grocers Kedpath Street Sherlock Block Herald Market Place hive mythitif to or to rent place thi-i column. If you anything column. 25c oat insertion i for SI VACANT SITUATIONS POSITION "mau- ager. Thoroughly up to improving and managing farm from 1-2 section upwards. Married, no family. Many years experience of farming, stock raising and fruit growing. Up to date western methods oii dry or irrigated lands. Apply stating terms, accom- modation and acreage. H. J I Coal- dale, Alta.. Can, v 272-6 chambermaid wishes situation in hotel. Apply Box 12, Herald office. 6 for boarding to right party. house. Apply 274-x i WASttlNG-Waihing takea aone at private homes. Good at reasonable rates. Mrs. Bothaui oaui lorran.ce Ave., beside railway track competent servant, i Good- wages. Apply C. C. "Mar-f Round St. 274-6 UAND ?OR SALE dining room girls at L i Apply Manager Hudson's Bay- lies or Greats'Clothes call at' THE CITY Phone 353 DYE WORKS woman dish- washer. Apply Alexandra Cafe. 273-O 'V 273-6 MISCELLANEOUS REE HOMESTEADS-And desert- other shotgun shells and in some way he otner Departments, begin hit them together and one exploded, j C. A. Flexon, land locator, tearing the thumb and second finter Coutts> '272-26 tearing the off at the second and second finger joint. He was brought to the and is doing well. Stettler, ..Altai, Nov. What came arm torn out b7 discharge of a shot THAT C. P. R. CROSSING STILL UNSATISFACTORY People living across the river aie Isomjplainingj 'again of the railroad crossing at the end of the, big bridge. They say "that'the CTP. 'R. has not yet put in a proper crossing hut has merely'thrown in some dirt through a heavily loaded wagon sinks. OUR LET PER BOX. GET LEGAL ADVICE "BUILDING PERMITS The following building permits were issued this morning: 'E. M. Hill, a residence in the Duff Addition for and L. F. Mover residence "on McKillop street for M M M 500 TONS OF, ICE For sale, in carload lots, j cheap. For particulars write H- C. COOPER Medicine Hat Alta. ftttfttttttftff M M i Lethbridge, Alta... Nov. 2nd.. 1909 PJditor: Will you please give the follow- ing letter re the proposed street rail- way franchise, space in your valuable paper? I desire to state here and now that I am heartily in favor of the grant- ing. Of a franchise to some responsi- Poultry: Geese Turkeys Chickens 'owl per cwt.. Good Water Means Good Health You insure both by using the Berkefeld Filter. The Berkefeld .Fil- disease bacilli. It is scientifically constructed and, 16 known and used in every bacterio-1 franchise business and ble parties who mean business arid will' commence construction work early next year. At the same time I desire to draw attention to the fact that none of the members of our council can have had much exper- ience, in the granting of street rail- way franchises and T am pretty safe in saying that Mr. W. C. Ives knows but little more than they do in this ifspect. 1 am oi the opinion' that it would be to the best interests of the city butter if our council wouid -engage some per dozen outside legal say from Toron-l Vegetables: had con-1 Potatoes, per cw experience in handling I per Ib. street railway matters, to go into this Feed: ive the. city LETHBRIDGE MARKETS No. 1 Northern............ Q 80 No. 2 077 No. 3 Northern'...'... 0 73 No. 1 Alberta cI 79 No. 2 Alberta 0 76 No. 3 Alberta Red 073 Oats, per cwt................. Q TO Barley Cattle on the hoof: Steers, per Ib.........o 03 per .Ib. 0 02% Hogs: Live, per cwt....... 7 50 Dressed, per cwt. j 0 00 Sheep: ive, per cwt.......4 50 0 0 02% 8 00 10 00 j very being a most serious acci- i when Miles Miles Reeder had the en- i cheap. tire muscle on the accidental Young .with a party of friends was driving hi the country in a double seated buggy on a shooting expedition. The young man was sitting in -the buggy and one of his companions sitting by his side with a double barrelled shot gun between his knees. The gun holder stooped' to pick up an orange that had fallen. As he did so the gun went off and the charge passed through young '-Reeder's arm, literally tearing out the. It is sup- posed that robe caught the hammer of the gun. Reeder will live. MONEY TO' fohv pay rent when we can let you have money enough to build your own house 6 _ per cent. We loan money on all kmds of city property, on terms that All kinds 'of -farm loan's ne- gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be sure young- lady to take charge of parcel counter, personally. A, Southard's. miners for pick work. Apply Fox Simms, Coal City, Alta. lor cash. Apply. Geo F Box City P. Q.; FOE lined, imported -English, black cloth overcoat. and see us ywhen yon want- money Phone 394. Empire Land Co., Ott 252-0 LOST Round or Redp-ath streets rrse ..hatpin. Finder kindly call at Herald office. 274-Ox 4 65 0 00 DR ALEX McRAE DEAD St: John, NJ B., Nov. A. McRae died at the hospitol at two o'clock this morning after an illness of only a, few days. He was Conser- vative candidate -against 'Hon. Dr. j Pugsley in St. John city and county to the federal house last year, and one of the ablest lawyers in the province He was 44 years of age. 1 bay mare, Ibs. 5 years old, one white foot' branded O on left hip. D. Havka. Taber, .one. having general store to charge of; dry goods, and assist other'departments. Duties to' b'e'gin Dec.; 1st, '09. All applicatios must be in not later than twelfth. Nov.- Ad- stating experiennce and sal- "ary, also enclosing copies of recom- mendations. The Manager, Western. Canadian Co-Op'. Trading Co.i Xtd ..Coleman, Alta. 272-3 .class .interior wire men -Steady employment at union wages W. L. McKenzie Co., Bed .path St.- 272-6 FOR, SALE-One span five year old well broken and gentle 3..300 Ibs. Will .sell on ten moiitlis time or f0r cash. Apply T Crofts, 22-10-22-4 Lethbridge P.O" 274-6" FOR sized Good posi tion for working housekeeper. Applj Mrs. Andrew Tilley, cor. Glyn Duf ferin Sts. 272-6 .gold locket engraved F.J.B. Reward yt Telephone office. 274-2 general'servant.- Good wages. Apply Mrs. J. Alexander, 424 Glyn St. 271-6 woodsmen. going wages paid. Elk Lumber Co. __' 9 -h F. G. Watera, guperintendent, mer, B. C. HOB- Toronto, Nov. F. W. iJBrougham 10 00 2eneral f'i the Storling bank. denies th 0 15 .0 20 0 12 0 10 0 15 Butter and Eggs: 3airy butter 0 18 0 30 0 30 1 00 0 03 advice and thus protect the of the city >and residents thereof. ft is ;i fact tliat all cities have more or less trouble with private owned street railways and practicallv -all wziier watnout trouble IK and entirely does away with the'. was given them slightest risk of disease from iin th'fl orig'na) franchise. either impure water. i though ignorance some other i and in use. It is easily attached to any exist- tng water supply at slight expense, 'Say .prairie o 00 Hay, blue joint o 00 Hides: Or-v o 12 Cured o 0 16 0 22 0 15 012% 0 16 0 21 0 35 0 40 1 50 0 05 10 00 1- Winnipeg -report ?to the effect that the bank had purchased a for a branch, yt a cost of 000. iate He says the bank has no immed- intention of building SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is 'the sole head of a family, or-.any male over 18 years "M mwv howiejstear) a of available Dominion land' in Mani- Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must-appear, in person at Dominion Lands Asency or Sub- Agency for the district." Entry'" by proxy may be made at any agency respectable sirl once 289 Brunton 263-O housekeeper twSvpeople. Apply Box Her- 266-0 good general -servant Apply Mrs. Hick, cor. Crabb and Courtland. 270-0 men to-work in sugar on certain, conditions, by .father on farm of KmVht Sugar mother, _ son daughter, brother or at-Raymond. Apply at Bavmond tei of intending homesteader t Taylor cheap-- APPJy 0. or Phone. 293 for particulars: 274-6 carrier, almost new The Mar- oir w shall Co., Limited cine Hat; "Alta FOR SALE-One No. 9 famous Koot- enay range, with high closet arid hot water tank. Also three heating. Stoves all m good condition Apply to MajV B. Burnett. St. 73-6v FOR SALE-One ladies'' otter fur ll stove. Apply Bartlett St. or Phone 186. 2TO-3 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED TO office. modern mOx Correspondence with ail nterested in the formation of a class or the purpose of studying mininc. ught by. a good practical with ld_ Country and" Canadian csrtificat- s tor superintendent. Address W Hampson, Lethbridge P. -0. 74.5 Two rooms by -marri-d couple, steam heated preferred; Box workshop, pubic building or office! should have one, and no dwelling vtnis one" tween lhe sburg witnessed a fieht'be- cit" fire department and Ottawa. Nov. Court this -morning dismissed with costs the appeal for British Columbia court Laidlaw vs. Crow's Nek Pass Rail- way Company. Are You Satisfied with your milk supply'? If not, phone 347 for Fresh Milk, Cream and Butter COX SON Box SO months' residence apo> and cultivation of the land in eacJ three years. A homesteader live within nine 'miles ol nie homJ -stpad on a; farm of 30 solely owned and occupied fay bim o: by his father, mother, son. daughter brother or sister. Tu certain districts a homestead.! in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside ?tead: Price per acre. DuViee -Must reside six months in eacr six years from date of ''iitry (including the time required tr homestead patent) and 970.6 WANTED-Two firai plasterers i V ymssiererb once to work on hotel, at Carman- gay. Apply to K. P. mangay.. Alta: Simpson., Gar- 270-6 wanted by the y t h Dainty. 2 Herald office. 274-6 TO .RENT purchase second hand show cases suitable for hardware or groceries. Apply to H. S. Hall, Stir- hng- -273-6 WANTED- Thc> 'Ensign- Co., Leth- bridge, Alta., requires-representatives in every town in Alberta to sell their show magic Ian-' tern, -slides and signs. Good men can make big money in whole o- part- time. Apply Manager. 273-30 TO houses on. Courtland I street, between and West- Road, fully modern and in -269-6. making u safe. YOU do this if you use BERKEFELD FILTER Filters -ui purposes and in all iizes are_ manufactared and supplied v-ruT represeatative will call on the households of the City within the next few days with a sample filter Qisri all particulars as giemc safeguard. to this hv- You cannot afford -to be? without it Agent: T. Room 7 Oliver Block street railway company. The city of Winnipeg today has a legal fight witli the street railway cmnpany in that city. I am not. of course, for one mo- ment suggesting that there is any the granting of the present either on the part of the lawyer -engaged by the city or of >my oi. the members of the city gov- who now have, or will have financial interest in the franchise when granted. JAS. W. BOULTON. 1OO Coal Miners 271-O chased-homestead in certain Price S3.00 per acre. six months in each of cultivate fifty acres and fttr' S300.0U. W.W.COBY. Deputy Minister of the -r publi" "tdvertiseir will purchase with option of purchase or rent residence .uiuudii ciiiu. in VA excellent repair. Apply C. B. Bow-inear Central School, or lots Parti- ma n -DU- culars to Box Z., this office 269-6 man, agency, Aoadia Bids. 273-0 TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Carbon 100 sheets, from Copying Ream, from n all machines. Agents for the REMJNGTON MACHINES to Call and get terms WESTERN STATIONERY CO. I .The M. 8., of Westminster Church will hold their regular month- lly meeting at the narsonag- row afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Ladies Aid Society of Westmin- ster Church held thdr regular meet- ing this afternoon at the "home of Burgnum, Rachael St. a p- .ana Teacher of Music, at lib- town or coun- try MISS NORMAN, teacher of ballroom and stage dancing Wed- 3 to 3, Caledonian Hall or 622 Crabb street. 267.9 TO APPLY SUPERINTENDENT, No.3 LETHBMDGE. MINE The Jlherta Railway and Irrigation Co, CETHBRIDGE All accounts against G. Bradbeef Co. must be presented before Nov. 15, 1909, at the old stand, as after Oct. 31, 1909 .We will not be-respon- sible for any purchase made in "our accompanied by signed name unless order. TO frame, will ac- commodate three teams. Large' hay loft..- Apply to P. 0. Box 2084, City 273-2 TO EENT-Nicely furnished front room in fully modern, suitable for 2 lady friends or gentlemen, lerms reasonable. Apply Union Store opposite Police Barracks. 273-6 CO.-For signs; cards price tickets, enamelled let- ters banners, magic lantern slides artificial palms, vines, etc. for inter- ior aecprations. Ensign Co P 0 Box 1317, Acadia Buildine, Leth- bridge. Alta. TO storehouse on St., Apply R. E.. Sherlock, 1260 Bom pas St. FOUND TO furnished room Two little white or- pnan pigs. Owner call at Craddocfc Viner's store, Redpath St., pay ex- penses and take away. 271-6 "S, G; Bradbeer Co PONY Phone' 384; T. Fig- gins. Light draying a specialty. Storage. All orders promptly at- tended to. Orden Harness Store. taken at City GENERAL _TEAM ING Having bought out Wm. Taylor's transfer business, I am prepared to do all Kinds of cartage. Satisfaction guar- anteed. Coal delivered: G N. McLean, Glyn Phone 131. The Famop.s CADILLIIC AIJTOMOII1E H. Si McKenzie, Dist. Agent Phone 274 P.O.Uox 547 X-ret your Ordert In Early. rent in fully Brunton St. modern house. 283 269-6 FOE REN.T-Seven roomed modern cottage, thirty dollars' per month., Apply 416 Westminster Road 271-6 TO with eight rooms and four acres of land, one mile and half from town. Enquire at 320 Glyn St., or W A Ott's barber shop. 269-6 FOR bal. pe, month, 4 roomed house and lot in Duff Addition. Apply P. 0. Box 1342. 272-6 FOR lot x ]25, all fenced; water in house; also'< a large assortment of household fur- niture.. Must sell quickly.- Apply 522 Norman St., North Ward. 270-6 room. Modern Also heater for sale. Apply .308 Brun- ton'St. 269-6 r men. Good separate beds. No other roomers or boarders kept. Apply 617 Round St. 274-1 TO 'RENT-Furnished room hnglish Church: 803 Ford ,St. near 274-3 OR Lot tslock 17, St., -Duff Addition, 25 x 140, ten minutes from city: square, price Lot .10, Block 17, about 112 ft. front- age, room for two cottages, price Apply N. Mackwood at 809, Redpath 273-6 SALE-Lots in any part of the city-on monthly p.-vynwit plan. R. i I 1 I. 4 L' JJ i o. Gibbons Co., Ott Block. Phone 274-12 Herald Want Ads Bring Big Results ;