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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8. Quebec Heater Don't Forget, for One Week, Bargain! in Quebec Heatera, with fireproof brick. No. 5, reg. Sale Price No. 4, reg. Sale Price, He. 3, reg. Sale Price, Pot. reg. 30c., Sale Price 2Oc- Pot. reg. 35o., Sale Price 25c. 5-quart Pot, reg. 50c.. Sale Price 35c. High Backed Hookers, reg. Sale- Price 82.05. Dining Room ;hairs, reg. 31.75. Sale- Price COME AND SEE US The Golden West Furniture Co. OPPOSITE HERALD OFFICE 5. 0. E. Wins From Taber 4 :t j Emulsion Of Cod Liver Oil This is a. common house- hold remedy at this time of y-ear but when getting your supply you may as well the "best. We have it. A 50 per cent, palatable, creamy emulsion of Purest Cod Liv- er Oil at 50e and per bottle at the MB. HERMAN DYING OF STONE IN_THE_BLADDER Gin Pills passed 513 James St., Hamilton. Saturday's game of football be- tween the Taber team and the S. 0. i E. was one of the best exhibitions, of iball played here during the season. The play was fast from start to fm- isii and although the game went to I the S. 0. E. it is safe to say that j theTabi-r players wei'e easily their equals. The score was one to nothing, j land considering that the only goal f 'was on a penalty kick speaks well ifoc the defense of both teams. Thej i S. 0. K. team may feel proud of a j victory np. such an evenly matched j contest. J i At the beginning of the play the S. j i 0. E. led oft" with the appearance of J the advantage holding the ball wellj to their opponents' goal and, I1 getting a corner kick almost at thei outset oi the same. The Taber de- j fense however proved too strong, j Their forward line appeared rather' weak as .they missed several shots the" ball going high most the time. The S. 0. E. crowded them, hard for a while getting a penalty kick ab- i out fifteen minutes after the com- Malaga Grapes i and Fresh Fruit Saturday A new line of Olives and Experience i have had 15 years in tttie rostrum, and you. can get T the 'benefit of this experience j. in the way I handle AUCTION SALES J Pickles i just in stock Use Fleischman's Yeast" We sell it which i conduct qn reason- able terms, in town or coun- try. Advances on re- ceipt of instructions to sell. t nm G. WIDDINGTON 2 have to sell or rent place it it thie column. If wmt nythiif use this colnan. one insertion 6 for SI Best results; prompt settle- ments 261 Office Crabb St. Craddock Family Grocers Kedpath Street Sherlock Block TENDERS WANTED Tl TENDERS will be received by 1 ...idersisriied -up to eight p.m. 1 Tlmrsday the Uth 'inst. for sinking 1 Rvf! faiJl. SITUATIONS VACANT SITUATIONS taken in done at private homes. Good work at reasonable rates. Mrs. Bothain, Torrance Ave., beaicie railway track. PROPERTY f-OR SALt FOR 7, Block 17, Hodg- man St., Duff Addition, 25 x 140, ten minutes from city square, 'price Lot 10, Block 17, about 112 ft. age, room for two cottages, price Apply N. Mackwood at 809, Redpath St. 273-6 person to take FOR SALfi-LotsJu any part of .the charge of boarding house at .a mine city on monthly payment plan. R. V. Gibbons Co., Ott Block. with a. force of 60 to 80 men. Free buildings, water and fuel. toi" required to purchase ings now in boarding house. Apply I FOR roomed house Lethbridge Land aiid.Coal Co., Crabb Torrance Avenue, North Ward. Phone 274-12 street, Lethbridge, or Box 428. 277-2 CARPENTERS W. Watts, Alberta Block, or Imperial Oil Co., east of Ellison Mill. 277-3 shaft feet. I pecifications and _ ail particulars Nov. 20th, a good gen- can be had c.n application servant. Wages per month. 278-4 T. E, PATTESOJf, Apply during evenings to 'Mrs. E. G. Letliib ridge. People's Drug Store i i j NORTH WARD. W. P. J. ALEXANDER, Prescription Expert Druggist Optician -Phone 445 Night Bell for and delivered to any part of the city. rf mencement of the same. Karris took 'Four years ago I was taken down ki k d scoml au easy goal, with what the doctors called Inflamma- i don. of the pains in th- i Things looked promising tor a leu back and loins, great pain and difficulty j more jn the next few minutes, the in urinating. The pain was greatest in J niavers having evidently lost the region of thebladder, and the attacks, j v-irt-ine- the which became more frequent, amounted their heads for a time, kicking ttie 1 pretty hard 'by the repeated rushes of j track. TENDERS WANTED TENDERS are invited for the plumbing and heating work and jna- I terials for the new fire hall north of Are You Satisfied witli your milk supply If not, phone 347 for Fresh Milk, Cream and Butter floor. Doctors could do nothing to help nie. My wife read in the paper about Gin Pills and sent for a box. From the very first I felt that Gin Pills were doing me good. The pain was relieved at once, and the attacks were less frequent. In six weeks the Stone in the Bladder came away and the pain stopped entirely. I have had no return of the trouble and have not lost a day's work on account of it. I cannot express myself strong enough when I speak oL what Gin Pills have done for me. When YVUlUJi t j VIA IWVS.LJ.J to unbearable agony, and I became so bali wiidly and keeping it out of pla> j knocking it up that I could not walk across the contimiauv. Holberton got the ball i .._ j between the posts with a swiit snot, from centre, but was declared oflside. The ball stuck in the Taber goal for a few minutes the S. 0. E.'s getting two 'corners' in succession. But the Taber players picked up wonderfully in -the short time left be- fore half time and got a couple of good shots in their opponents' goal .which .were saved by Somners good work there; They got in a good rush clLLi IiO.11 L LIJ j to do a fun day's work, I feel I should j up the field but went down on tne the Taber players. The S. 0. E.'si Particulars may be obtained from however got in another shot on office of the ,n j -j Bids must be delivered 'not later Taber goal but were declared offside nQon on Thursday Nov n The again. Taber made a brilliant rush lowest or any tender will not neces- down the'field, shooting straight in j sarily be accepted, ion goal. Somners stopped the ball! GEO. W. ROBINSON, T Sec.Treas. speak and tell other sufferers of my ex- perience and of the wonderful merits of JOHN HERMAN. Gin Pills." shooting again., the ball gome over the nets as before just as half time was called. TENDERS over the net a corner kick. There was lose hard kicking in front of the goal for a time till theS.O-E.'s again got the 'ball up the field andj succeeded in getting another penalty. The Taber players resented the .ref- eree's .decision, Shearer leaving .his goal an'd refusing to play if the kick were allowed. Tabrum" however! SEALED TENDERS registered and For Brick Masonry on the Provincial Jail Building Near. Leth- bridge, Alta. E'azell, cor. Courtland Burdett 276-6 servant for general housework. Apply 612 Glyn St. competent ply 116 Torrauce Ave. on Ap- 275-6 LAND ?OR SALE FOR acres 8-19. Ap- ply Box H., Herald office. 272-0 FOR proposition will pay its way. Will rent 1-2 section ir rigated land 2 1-2 miles from Leth- bridge; 9 room house, cistern, cel- lar and phone. Stable 22 horses. 80 acres in fall wheat. Stubble mostly turned. worth of hay produc- ed annually. Renter must" buy for (No cash if secured) all ma- cbiinery, cattle, horses and' bouse- -----r------ .servant, hold furniture. Big chance to make Good wages. Apply Mrs. D. C. Mar- j 59 to 100 per cent, of these brood riott, 641 Round St. 274-6 mares, stallion and cows. Terms to suit. Apply Box 85 Herald. dining room girls at once. Apply Coaldale Restaurant. 273-6 Office. 255-0 WANTED FOR section rollkig land, some stone, good soil, fenced, some Good well driller, imme- breaking, shack, thirteen miles from diately. Apply 3 miles north of Chin Station. George W. Coffee. 273-6 experienced sales lady for the notions and pattern counter. Applv Manager Hudson's Bay Co. 273-6 stuck to his decision, but Bob Chis- who took the kick, rather than addressed to the Deputy Minister? of see any ill feeling, purposely kicked j Qiiry on the pr0vincial Jail Building near Lethbridge" will be received "up the ball to one side of the goal. It was after this play that the Ta- to 12 o'clock noon Saturday oSTovem- ,toys to business in You dcn't have to buy Gin Pills to test 1 In the second half the S. 0. E.'s COX SON Box 80 LETHBRIDGE MARKETS No. 1 Northern 0 80 2 Northern............ 0 77 No. 3 Northern 74 No. 1'.Alberta Bed......... 79 -No. 2 Alberta Red...... No. 3 Alberta Eed 0 73 Oats, per cwt.....-........... 070 Barley...................... 25 them Simply write The National Dru Chemical Co. Dept AD Toronto, and a free sample will be sent you by return mail. When you have used the sample and feel that at last you have found the remedy that will do you buy Gin Pills at your a box, 6 for S2.50. Remember, please, that Gin Pflls are sold on a positive guarantee of a cure or your money, back. And this guarantee is backed by the largest wholesale drug house in Canada, who will take your unsupported word if you your money refunded. Ride On G.T.P. .....-To-Ft William Cattle on the hoot: Steers, per Ib.........0 03 0 03X Cows, per Ib.......002% 0 02% Live, per cwt. ......7 50 S 00 Dressed, per cwt.....0 00 10 00 Sheep: Live, per cwt.......450 465 Dressed, per cwt. 000 10 00 j Poultry: Geese 0 15 0 16 Turkeys............. 0 20 0 22 Chickens 0 12 0 15 Fowl 0 10 0 12X Ducks 0 15 0 16 Butter and Eggs: Dairy butter ........0 18 0 21 Creamery butter 0 30 6 35 Eggs, per dozen 0 30 0 40 Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. 1 00 1 50 i Onions, per Ib.....0 03 0 051 Feed: j Say ,prairie 0 00 10 00 Hay, blue joint ......0 00 13 SO Winnipeg, Man., Nov. first official train over the Grand Trunk j Pacific between Winnipeg, and Fort William left here yesterday morning; with a dist nguished party including Hon. Frank Oliver, Minister of the Interior; E. J. Chamberlain, General Manager G.T.P.; G. J. Bury, general 1 00 j manager C.P.R.; C. A. Young, Chair- man Trans-Continental Railway Corn- led off with the advantage again but they did not keep it long an-d before the time was up they were crowded mission; John Aird, ma'nager of the Bank of Commerce, and J. D. Mac- Arthur, Contractor of Lake Superior Section. Although the road is onlv partly ballasted, a wheat train will run over the road tomorrow from here to the head of the ,akes. London, Nov. Board of Trade held an inquiry to-day iuio the loss of the Allan line steamer Laurentian, off Cape Race and decid- ec that Captain Imric was at fault in having altered the vessel's course landward and continued at full speed I in a fog. .-The Captain's certificate j was ordered suspended for thrc j months. For a first-class job in CLEANING AND DYEING lies' or Gents' Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 353 earnest, .and. the call of time' was -the only thing that saved the situation. It required the utmost skill of the S. O. E. defense to keep the ball from between the posts for the few minutes left. Both sides deserve much credit for a good clean fast game of -ball, follows: The line up was as Shearer; backs, H, Walker and Stevenson; half -back's, "C. Walker, Cummins and McKay; for- wards, J. Brooks, Goodwin, Carney Parkinson and Boothman. S. 0. backs, Wells and Farris; half-backs, Bass, Chiswick and Firth; forwards, Smith Faunch, Holberton. Barber and Jovce. cessary to...- erect the brick masopry walls "of the Provincial 'Jail Building near Ivethbridge. Specification and form of contract may be seen and form of Tender had on application at the office of spector of the Court House Building, Lethbridge or of the branch office of the Department, of Public Works, accompanied Calgary. Each tender must be EASTERN FOOTBALL Queens 9: 'Varsity 21. M-cGill 15: Ottawa College 2. Hamilton Tigers 30: Ottawa 5. Toronto Argos 22: Montreal 4, by An accepted .cheque the -Minister of Public Works to the amount of The successful if-any, -will be required to enf-er into a contract and provide a surety bond or a mark- ed cheque for the sum of The cheques of the unsuccessful bidders will be returned within three d-ays after the execution of. the con- tract. "The', 'is" reserved "to '-'i or all bids, or waive any defects. JOHN. Deputy Minister of Public- Works: Dated at Edmonton this. Day of November, 1909. NOTICE woman .'dish- washer. Apply Alexandra Cafe. 273-0 once, young lady -to oL parcel counter.. Apply personally-. A. Southard's Lethbridge. 273-6 railroad town north of Le'thbridge'. Terms reasonable. K., Herald. Owner, c-o Box 2783 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Good posi- tion for working housekeeper. Apply Mrs. Andrew Tilley, ,cor. Glyn- -Duf- ferin Sts. woodsmen. Highest going wages paid. Elk lumber Oo. F. G. -Waters, superintendent, mer, B. C. 237-0 respectable girl; Apply 1010 Ford Sty FOR one solid oak 16- foot bar outfit1 with large bevel plate board and brass foot also 'One1 solid oak 16-foot office counter, one 2 drawer National Cash Register and one 1 draw National Cash Register., Apply, .to ,.F..W. Dow- uer, Lethbridge, 277-4 FOR -practice and drug business., in growing Alberta town, ho opposition. Average month- ly .receipts from practice three -hun- dred, profits from store hundred and fifty. Doctor leaving for Europe will dispose of this free if purchaser tak- es stock -and fixtures at invoice pric- es. Five hundred cash handle. Box L., Herald. 277-6 FOR wagon and sin- gle set of harness, nearly new (hot heavy enough for the owner.) I for the lot. girl at once. Ap- ply Mrs. A. B. Ripley, 289 Brunton St" 263O housekeeper for two people. Apply Box J-, Her- -ald'.' 266-O good general 'servant. Ap.ply Mrs. Hick, cor. Crabb and "CourtiancL wanted by the day at the Private Hospital, -North Ward. Miss Dainty. 270-0 I 1 Ht 1 Same above with- out reservoir T Dissolution of Partnership NOTICE is hereby given that the The Attorney General's Department j partnership heretofore existing be- tween Lambert Morrison., contract- ors, has dissolved. From thi> date, I shall not be responsible for any debts contracted by Mr. Lam- beri. in. the name 'of the firm. young man wants i furnaces or horses to look after for the winter. Apply Box .160, Leth- I bridge, Alta. 2786 of Ontario has sent a letter to the British Government in reference to the extraordinary confession of Ed- ward Bedfort, that he is the Kinrade murderer. The letter points out the discrepancies of his statement suggests that he be examined as to his sanity. once., coat, bodice and skirt-'finishers. Also apprentices. Mis- tress Driscoll, 425 Bartlett" St. 278-1 W. Williams, Crabb St. 276-6 FOR span five year old geldings, well broken and gentle, weight Ibs. Will .sell on ten months time or for cash. Apply T. W. Crofts, 22-10-22-4 Lethbridge P.O. 274-6 FOR sized Taylor safe, for sale cheap. Apply P. O.j Box 643 or Phone 293 for particulars. 274-6 FOR once, one Lamson three point cash carrier, almost new, in first class condition. The Mar- shall Hardware Co., Limited, Medi- cine Hat, Alta. 274-6 FOR No. 9 famous Koot- enay range with high closet and .hot water tank. Also three heating stoves, all in good condition. Apply to Major W. B. Burnett, 622 Courtland St. 73-6 SITUATION young lady j desires experience in a store or work' in an office. Will takp a- low salary. 'W. MORRISON. Herald Box G. 278-6 MISCELLANEOUS to let 5000 yds. lathing in Raymond school. Apply Shannon Bros. Cassidy, Raymond, FOR and light, demo- crat wagon, broken in for harness and saddle, cheap. Apply 709 Crabb St. ______________ N 275-6 carpenter.' Apply Leth-1 bridge Hotel. 278-3 FOR good large 'heating stove. Apply Manager Letirbridge Laundrv Co. 278-0 Alta. 277-6 t T J. T I T 2 P.O. Box 27 j Hayr Bros. of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta... The applicant must appear in person at tha' Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry by t T JL Phone 75 J, T WASHING Washing your car in the cold weather is very import- ant. We have a competent man in charge o? this depart- ment. I The Standard Garage Co. Phone 343. Wood St. i Carbon box, 100 sheets, from .------...S3 Copying Ream, from all Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES to Call and get terms WtSTERN STATIONERY CO. 10O Coal Miners Herald office. 276-6 BUILDING you have the j lots and want to build a home we can SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH-j ioan you ihe money. Apply Box 57, WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head-of a family, or any male over 18 years toav hoi-nestead a quartar-flectior TO RENT TO unfurnished' rooms. Apply 52S Bartlett St. 277-3 TO roomed cottage. per month in advance. Water. Apply L. A. Heustis, Torrance North Ward. avenue. 277-6 FREE desert-j other departments. Duties to begin TO RENT-Two room, for light house- '.keeping. Apply C; P. Kroning, first tion apply C. A. Flexon, land locator h t f Windsor Hotel. 277-6 Coutts, Alta. 272-26 MONEY TO pay rent when we can let you have money proxy may be made at any .agency enough to build..vour own house at on certain conditions, by father, e mother, son, daughter, brother or sis- ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upoi and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader live within nine miles of "tus home stead on a farm of at 30 acrti solely owned and occupied by him oi by his father, mother, son, daughter brother or sister. In certain districts a in good standing may quarter-section alongside his stead. Price per acre. Duties -Must reside six months in eacc of six years from date of entry (including Ae time required tc homestead patent) aad fifty acres extra. kinds of city property, on terms that cannot be. made by others, because we get the. money from where it ie cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne-j TO furnished rooms. Comfortable. Apply Box 1.000, Her- ald office. 277-2 TO furnished house fully nvodeni. Apply J. A. Young, cor. Smith and Bompas. 277-6 gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be sure and see us when yon want money. Phone 394. Empire Land Co., Block. 252-0 TO or workshop, 20x36 and stable 12x20, 3 single stalls and harness room, good hay loft, lo- cated in centre of city. Will rent to- gether or separate. P- 0. FOR in half section 'north of Diamond fenc- ed, some breaking, small building., for smalkr place near Lethbridge, or citv rental property. Box "K., Herald. 278-2 Box 104 or 804 corner diaries FOR- stylish, sad- dler and 'gentle carriage horse, weight close thousand pounds. Price with saddle, blankets, 'bridle, etc. cash. J. A. Harris, c-o The 0. W. Kerr Company, Whitney Block 273-2 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED TO wishes to buy two or more lots centrally locat- ed. Cash for right price Herald. Box'F.. 276-6 WANTED TO modern house, close in. Apply Box Q., ald office. '274-Ox with all interested in the formation of a class for the purpose of studying mining.] Taught by a good with] Old Country and Canadian es for superintendent. Address VW.; Harr.pson, Lethbridge P. 0. 74-6 rooms by marriec Hodgman St., Duff Addition. 276-6 couple, steam-heated preferred. 'BoJ 2 Herald office. '274-1 TO houses on Courtland j street, between Bartlett and West-' minster Road, fully modern and in excellent repair. Apply C. B. Bow- APPLY TO SUPERINTENDENT, No. 3 LETHBRJDGE. MINE The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. LETHBRIDGE. A homestead right and cannot ob tain a pre-emption may take par chased homestead in certain districts Price per acre. reside six months in each oJ years, cultivate fifty acres and a house worth 1300.00. t W.W.OOBY. Deputy Minister ihfc Jr... publi- thi-i Hdvertisement will not for coocl business ana STOCK oi .po.uw uc-1 i sires a temporary loan of W'll j, i irive chattel mortgage as security pay 10 per cent, for accomm-danon and repay in monthly instalments. Ap- nly P. Box 2078. 278-6 Mares and Geldings, all ages and weights, and all good stock W. R. Virtue Lethhridge, Alta. sEY WANTED-A merchant with man agency, Acadia Bldg, 273-0 linff. s and stock of ae- j T0 furnished front room in fully modern house, suitable for 2 lady "Mends or gentlemen. Terms reasonable. Apply Union Store purchase second show cases suitable for hardware groceries. Apply to H. S. Hall, Stir LOST 'OS) from Calgary, horse 5 years, licht sorrel, face, some white feeC branded algebraic fraction Z over 7 on left hip. reward. C. B. Munro, Calgary. 277-30 FOR Saturday, a single room in Sadowski block across street from Herald office. a month in advance, furnished; a month in advance, -unfurnished. Light, heat and bath free. Apply J. B. Kelsoy, Shepard Block., between 7 and S p.m. the person who picked up a black pocket book at the Stacey Lumber Co.'s yard, will ro suitable reward will be paid. Round or Redpath streets, rose hatpin. Finder kindly call -at Herald office. 274-Ox Whipple (well borer) had the misfortune to lose his pocket book on Nov. 1st, whilst travelling between Sundial and the government well on the corner of township II range 20. Will the finder please no- tify Mr. Whipple at Sweet Valley P. 0 275-0' opposite Police Barracks. 273-6 TO 10 roomed house on Westminster Road. Apply .Box 261 City or 1st south of Dufferin St. 011 Westminster Road. 278-6 TO in one of in the Alberta Block, J. Ro- TO for 2 men. Good separate beds. No other roomers or boarder? kept. Apply 617 Round St. furnished room in modern house. Suitable for two'gen- tlemen. Apply Box 49, Herald office. 273-2 The Ensign Co., Lett bridge, Alta., requires representative in every town in Alberta te sell thel show cards, price tickets, magic lar tern slides und signs. Good men make big money in whole or time. Apply Manager. by the day. A] ply Miss Wisbee P. 0. Box 502, Let" bridge. WANTED TO small- nished house. Married