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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THI TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1909. For making Quickly and perfect delicious condiments is by Saw CONTEST STIRS UP GREAT INTEREST IN LETHBRIDGE AND VICINITY Herald Contest Open To Everybody contest; gold watch. Morris chair, ladies' desk i Experience Counts 1 have had 15 years in the rostrum, and you can get the benefit of this experience in the way I handle AUCTION SALES which i conduct on reason- i The Herald's (is attracting attention on all sides. suit case, and umbrella. For the A most encouraging degree- of inter--grand Gourlay-Angelus j est is shown alreadv by many who piano, California winter trip and lots are sending in inquiries and noniiua-] in in each dis- tions. The announcement en the) triet compete. This plan is fair to J, I names of the candidates will be made jail- If you aim that isly j in due time. Candidates have j the kijid of "aim" to miss !T i sent in their names should call at I the grand prizes, there are six fine! i Contest Headquarters and get a re- i district prizes to fall back on. j j coipt book and supplies iu order to In the matter of sxettme; votes, you j be fullv equipped to take up thc con- are not limited to your own district, j j 'test work in earnest. Nominations or, in fact, to any territory whatev-i j will bo received for some time, butitjw. A subscription is welcome from I is a good plan to have your name in Jan- part of Canada, and you ?re onh" limited bv the extent of the field you able try. coipt terms, in town or coun- Advances made on re- of instructions to sell. 1. Best results; prompt settie- ments Tel. 261 Office Crabb St. Notice. YOUNG, Dealer in Hides, has re- the first published in on the It is not 405 Daily Herald Market you have anything to sdl or to rent place it iv this column. (f you want anything use this column. 25c insertion 6 insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACANT FOR SALE-Two lots on Westminster Road. Block 95, lots 1 and 2. Price for the two. Apply John Tu- dor. Taiinen Plidise store No. 3. 80-6 FOR in any part of the 'city on monthly payment plan. R. V Gibbons Co., Ott Block. Phone 22-- 274-ia rOL roomed house ou lorraiici' Avenue, North Wurd piy 11G Turnmcc- Avc. FOR SALK-S 10.00 per acre, improved farm.- WANTED A youn Apply th bridge mail for rooms. for men's furn- ishings department. Must be ex- perienced. Apply to Manager. A. iMucxJonald Co.- 280-0 wanteu. Apply East Boinpus or Hill Block, -R-xlp St. W. R. Virtue-. tine soil, good water, easy terms. Fine homesteads near (Ger- man Near town In- formation, six cent stamps Rev H Arndt. Walsh, Alta. 279- FOB SALE-320 acres 8-19. Ap- ply Box H., Herald office. 272-0 Smith Street. can cover in getting Are You Satisfied with your milk supply? If not, phone 347 for Fresh Milk, Cream and Butter COX SON Box 80 For a first-class job in CLEANING AND DYEING lies' or Gents1 Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 353 T 5 Manager States His Side of Mr. Collier, the Manager oi the Western Stationery Company was seen today in regard to the strike of the employees of that firm. Mr. Col- lier stated that the foreman, Moodie. had never been discharged, but had told him last week that he was go- ing to quit at once. Mr. Collier had told him to go ahead and had given him-a week's pay when he did so. The present foreman had not been hired u it til four days after Mr. Moo- die had. left nor were any arrange- j ments made to secure a foreman till that time. The foreman claims to hold a working card trom the union at Edmonton, but has been refused n. permit to work in the Western Sta- tionery Company, Mr. Collier stat- ed" that the union had compelled him to engage non union men. He was i in a position to obtain all the help j necessarv for'running at once and in-; 1 tended to do so. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS i BABY WILL LIKE Oar Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil if you wish to give it. An agreeable pre- paration of this well- kno if a remedy containing 50 per cent pare oil. and. 50c. at the ___ j People's Drug Store NORTH WARD. W. P. J. ALEXANDER, Prescription Expert Druggist Optician Phone 445 Night Bel! N. called for and delivered to any part of the citv. cround floor, as it were. necessary to wait until the publica- j subscriptions to The Herald. tion of the names of the candidates j j! to commence to solicit newspaper T j ballots and subscriptions. As soon 4- i as your nomination is sent to thc xo learn dipping. Steady work for Apply, at Rocihon's factory.' Crabb St. paid-in-advance I Taunton, Mass., Nov. or" Frank L. Hill, the herb doctoi. servant, proposition will 280-3 }VajV Wil1 rent l'2 ir- rigated land 2 1-2 miles from Leth. bridge; 9 room house, cistern cel- lar and phone. Stable 22 horses 3U candy ?cres ,in fal1 wheat. Stubble mostly 280-2 turned- S1'500 of hay produc- phocola a. willin Scope of Contest In order to equalize competition the districts, and the contestants in Contest Department and you are pro compcte jperly enrolled, you may commence to solicit support. Get every nevrspa- per ballot you can, every one counts five votes if properly signed, before the expiry date printed upon it. Votes are given with the pav- rnent of subscript-ions, and these vot- ing certificates will be the greater factor in deciding jthe winners of prizes. The District Plan Each district is assured six splen- did prizes, namely, diamond ring. themselves for the district prizes. District No. 1 includes the City of Lethbridge. District No. 2 includes all the ter- ritory outside of the City of Leth- bridge within the circulation zone of The Herald. For further information call on. write, telephone or wire the Contest Department, room 13, Bryan Block! the Heri was indicted for manslaughter in! causing the'death of Amelia St. -feon of Woonsocket today, and willnlrew his of not guilty, making it It is supposed that Hie dismembered body found in R. L, a month ago was that- of lie St. Jean girl. New York, Nov. Mc- Dowell, of Baltimore, long prominent- ly known as a judge of horse racing; on. the metropolitan tracks, died to- day the Waldorf Astoria of heart failure. U family No children. Apply Mrs. S. 1277 Redpath. 279-6 Nov. 20th, a good gen- eral servant. Wages per month. Apply during evenings to 'Mrs. E. G. Hazeil, cor. Courtland Burdett Sts. 276-6 housework. servant for general Apply 612 Glyn St. 276 -6 woman dish- washer.. Apply Alexandra Cafe. 273-0' TENDERS WANTED TENDERS will be received by the aid Lethbridge, Alta. HOLD UP NEAR EDMONTON Nov. in the city persistently associate Sir Arthur Codley, who yesterday was given a peerage with the presidency of Grand Trunk Railwav. Kingsville, Oat., Nov. Dr. ward Allwortk died here. Ed- NOTICE is hereby given that ap- plication will be made at the next Session of the Legislative Asseru- No. I Northern............ 030 No. :2 077 No. 3 Northern...... 074 No. 1 Alberta Red......... 0 79 2 Alberta Red 0 76 No. 3 Alberta Red........- 0 73 Oata, pet 070 Barley 025 Flax 1 00 Cattle on the hoot-. Steers, per Ib.........0 03 Cows, per Ib.......0 03% Live, per cwt.......7 50 Dressed, per cwt.....0 00 Sheep: Live, pt-r cwt.......450 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Poultry: Geese 0 15 Turkey.-: 0 20 Chickens 0 12 Fowl 0 10 0 15 Butler and Egge: Dairy butter 0 13 Edmonton, Alta., Nov. 9....A dar- jing hold-up is reported from St. Al- bert Road on Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Local police and the R.N. W.M.P. are both working up thc case but up to the. present have been, un- 1 able to gain any trace of the robbers. The victim was a named John bly of tHe Province of Alberta, for Milas. who was walking from citv to an Act incorporating the" Old-j f town on the Sturgeon. When about j Line Insurance Company, a com-' Thursday the llth inst. for pinking a shait feet. Specifications and all particulars can be had on application to T. E. 278-4 Lettobridge. NOTICE Dissolution of Partnership NOTICE is hereby given that the j partnership heretofore existing' be- j tween Lambert 'Morrison, contract- ors, has been dissolved. From this daw, I shall not be responsible for woodsmen.' Highest going wages paid. Elk Lumber Co. F. G. superintendent, mer, B. C. 837-0 housekeeper for two. people. Apply Box J., Her- ald. 266-0 must __rf cash if secured) all ma- .vfaiti8' horses and honse- tn Big cbance to oO to 100 per cent, of these brood mares, stallion and butter cowe Terms to suit. Apply Box 85 Herald' ce' 255-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR one solid oak'l6- foot bar outfit with large bevel plate back bar, wood board and brass foot rail, also one solid oak 16-foot office counter, one 2 drawer National Cash Register and one 1 draw National Cash Register. Apply to F. W. Dow- ner, Lethbridge, Alta. .277.4 FOR and drug business, in growing Alberta town, no opposition. Average monbh- ADDlv i 7 Practice fiffv' PnTOfif rf0in-store hundred fifty. Doctor leaving for Europe will dispose of this free if purchaser tak- es stock and fixtures at invoice pric- es. Five--hundred cash will handle Box L., Herald. 277-6 good Apply Mrs. Hick, Courtland. general servant. cor. Crabb and 270-0 any debts contracted bert in the name of Signed: 277-6 by Mr. Lam- the firm. wanted by the day at the Private Hospital, North Ward. Miss Dainty. 270-0 FOR wagon and sin- gle set of harness, nearly new (not j heavy enough for the owner.) for the lot. W. Williams, Crabb St young man wants W. MORRISON. Uurnaces or horses to look after for MISCELLANEOUS seven miles out he noticed a man iu working man's clothes and. a slouch pany formed for effecting insur- T hat approaching him. He paid little Iance against loss from fire, ligbt- attention until the man sot close uo m'ng. accidents, and casualties, jto him and suddenly thrust a revolv-1 and doing all things to let 5000 yds. lathing in Raymond school. Apply Shannon Bros. Raymond, Alta. 277-6 BUILDING you have the lots and want to build a home we can J. i er under his nose, requesting him to thereto, and connected therewith loan you the money, i deliver over all his cash and v_ I Herald office. W, J. Walker, Applicant. j other departments. Duties to begin make himself useful. Apply 316 Glyn j tion apply C. A. Flexon, land locator, i Coutts, Alta. 272-26 Apply Box 57. as may be necessary. possessions or he would blow the top J J j-----------------------------__ off his head. The who. was i Dated at Lethbridge, this 3th day) FREE badly frightened, and taken complete- j of November. A.D.. 1909. j 1-r by surprise, at once complied, pass j iing over his money, amounting to The hold-up man made a de-'j "man-cl for his watch but the negro did not carry one. After stowing the j money away in his pocket the desper- j 5 ado backed away towards the railway.; i track, "meanwhile keeping thc revolver at his victim. The last seen i j of him was when he was walking al- 1 ;ho winter. bridge, Alta. Apply Box 160, Leth- 2786 SITUATION young -lady desires experience in a store or' work in an office. Will take a low salary. Herald Box G. 27B-GI 276-6 FOR and light demo- crat wagon, broken in for and saddle, cheap. Apply 709 Crabb St. 275-6 FOR good large heatin stove. Apply Manager Laundry Co. Leth'bridge 278-0 carpenter. Apply bridge Hotel. Leth- 278-3 SITUATIONS WANTED by young raa.n. desert-1 Handy with. horses, or willing to MISCELLANEOUS WANTS and board, must be inexpensive. For young lad Share room if necessary. Reply stating price. Apply Box 83, Herald Office. 280-1 St. 280-1 ons The C.N.R. towards Edmonton. Creamery batter 0 30 per dozen ____ 0 30 Vegetable? Potatoes, per cwt. 1 00 Onions, per Ib 0 03 0 03X 0 02% 8 00 10 00 4 65 10 00 0 16 0 2-2 0 15 012% 0 16 0 21 0 35 0 40 5.00 Same as above with- out reservoir Great Slaughter In taken ia done at private homes. Good wort at reasonable rates. Mrs. Both am railwav track 222-05 fO RENT MONEY TO pay rent j when we ,can let you have money I Torrance Ave., beside i enough to build your own house at j J6 per cent. We loan money on all j kinds of city property, on terms that j i cannot be made by others, because j i we get the money from Where it is i cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne- j i gotiated at'7 and 8 per cent. "Bs- surej i and see us when von want money, i Brunton St. i Phone 394. Empire Land Co.. Block. 252-0 clothin Lad it-s and shoes., hats, gents cast- off guns, pistols and musical instruments, trunks and valises and second hand furniture. Apply t.> the Harvard Tailoring Co ..330 Crabb St.. P. O. Sox 2034. 230-1-2 WANTED-LiVht delivery wa-on, for grocery business. Apply R E. jfe.w- ton, 1265 Dyfferin St. TO modern.! Apply Alta. 280-G buy. fresh .eggs, youns- roosters, all kinds of chick-ns and ducks. State, price. Address Box 2072. Lethbridge. 279-6 HONEY merchant with TO In C Block, excellent, position, erate. Applv to G. B. Welier. -279-0 Toronto. Out., Nov. At last night's session of tne Federation in centre- of Box 2072, P.O. Box 27 Phone 75 w S: piv P 0. Box 207S. Labor Dr. W. H. Thoman, Director or [Mails on a proposed contract for! --______________ the Museum of Safety and Sanita-1 four years. twice per week each tion. New York, was the. principal J wayi between Carmangay and! speaker. He stated that in United Reid Hill, via Cleverville and I States workers were annually j Thigh Hill, to commence at the! incapacitated.or killed. Their wage] pleasure of the Postmaster Gen-' earning capacity estimated at low eral Printed containing average of per head means loss father Information as to condi- j-jtc- the country of each j tioas of proposed Contract- mav year. Engineers, he said; considered j seen and forms of Ten- that at least half of that number was j der may be obtained at the Post unnecessary slaughter. In Germany; Offices of Carman gay. Cleverville those overtaken by accident had bene-j ftejd Hill and Thiffh Hill, and at fit of corapensatiorf, automatically so; the office of the Post Office In- to speak as a right and were not com- j pector. polled to go to law. The address was j DA BRUCE Post Office Inspector. 10 per cent, -for accommodation! Letabridge, Alta. repay in monthly instalments. Ap-1 WANTED TO wishes to buy two or more lots centrally locat- ed. Gush for right price. Box F. Herald. 976-6 WANTED TO 'modern large front room, furnished. Well heated by hot air, suitable for two gentlemen. i-T 1248 Bompas St. fast of barracks. 279-6 house, clost- in. aid office. Apply Box Q., Her- 274-Ox illustrated by lantern views -display- ing some of safety devices and ampli-j post Office Inspectors Office, ances which had been adopted for prc- j Calgary, Oct. 29th. 1909 serration of lives and limbs in factor- ies an-d workshops. SALE 1 50! 0 05! jf> The Famous C10111 T. S. McKenzie, Dist. Agent Phone 274 P.O. Box 547 j Iret }rour Orders in Early. THE ENSIGN For signs, show cards, price tickets, enatuelled let- tors, banners, magic lantern slides. ;ulifici'al palms, vines, etc. for inter- ior decorations. Ensign Co., P. 0. Box 1817, Acadia- Building, Alia. the Dominion Lands-Agency or Sub- Block, between 7 and S p.m. Agency for the district. ''by proxy may be made at any agency TO 10 roomed house on certain conditions, by Westminster Road. Apply Box bv Thursday, j to 12 o'clock noon Saturday Nbvem- 20th, 1909, for supplying of plant, j labor and performing all work ne- c-'ssary to erect the brick masonry of the Provincial Jail Building PONY EXPRESS-Phone 334. J. Fig- gins. Light draying a specialty. Storage. All orders promptly at- tended to. Orders taken at City Harness Store. GENERAL TEAMING Having bought out Wm. Taylor's 'transfer business, I am prepared to do all kinds of cartage. Satisfaction guar- anteed. Coal delivered C.O.D. Geo. N.; McLean, Glyn St.. Phone 131. AT NELSON GRAHAM'S LIVERY AND SALE STABLE 'THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE STOCK: spun large mules S years old; 1 spin of gc-ld- ivij.'.-. about each, 7 years old; 1 .Percheron brood mare in foal to a thoroughbred Percheron horse: 1 Kentucky saddle horsi- ;j years old; 1 large single driving mare, in broke C years old; 1 fiiit> yearlinjr filly, sired by. Fly-on, he tH a mark of ti.OS .and sire, of over fifty in 2.80 class; S driving 'horses, rising 6 yonrs old, well broke; 4 horses 3 years old. good milch cows, supposed to be in calf. new wagon; 1 spring wngon: 1 braking cart; 1 new disc drill; l gang plow; 1 stirring plow; 1 3-scction hVrrow; sets of team harness; 1 cook stove, nearly new; .1 gootl i lui-ge, tongs and hammers; 1 anvil; carpenters tools. And a number of other articles too numerous to mention. All will be sold without reserve proprietor has rented his farm. sums of -twenty-rlw dollars, cash; ovor amount 12 months credit oil furnishing approved joint notes with 8 per cent, interest from date of SALE COMMENCES AT ONE O'CLOCK J. A, SMITH, Auctioneer. D. D. STElNMAN, Proprietor Specification and lorrn of contract may be seen jind form of Tender had on application -at the office of In- spector of Court H-''use Building, Lv-thbridge or of thc branch office of the Department of Public Works, Calgary. Each tender must be accompanied by.-an accepted cheque payable to the .Minister of Public Works to the amount of The successful bidder, if any, will _ _ bt- required to enter into a contract j and provide a surety bond or a mark- ed cheque for the sum of The cheques of the unsuccessful i bidders will bo returned within three cj> j days after execution of thc con- I tract. 2> 8 The right is to reject any all bids, or waive any defects. JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Public Worfes. Dated at Edmonton this Fourth of November, 1909. mother, son, daughter, brother or sis- ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upoi and: cultivation of the-land in eacl- of. three years. A homesteader raA} live within nine miles o! Tiis hornt stead on a farm of at least 60 acre? solely owned and occupied by him o; by his father, brother or sister. In certain districts s homestes.der in good standing may pre-empt i quarter-section alongside "his stead. Price 53.00 per acre. Outie? reside six months in eacr of six years from date of entry (including the tiine required tno'-. publi. ov advertiseicsnt will not onk lor. Citv or 1st south of Dufferir, St. bridgft. 275-6 WANTED TO small fur- nished house. Married couple with no children. Apply Box 46. Herald. 277-6 'OS) from Calgary, horse 5 years, light sorrel, white face, some white feet, branded algebraic fraction 2 over 7 on left hip. 510 reward. C. B. Munro, Calgary. 277-30 the person who picked u, a. black pocket book at the Sfcacey Lumber Cb.'s yard, will return, a suitable reward will be paid. 277-6 Round or Redpath streets. rose hatpin. Finder kindly Herald office. call at 274-Ox on Westminster Road. 273-6 FUIRN3HED furnished room, 'suitable for twt> gentlemen. Tmns moderate, 424 Smith St. Close in. 280-6 FOUND On Monday, a lady's silver watch. Owner can have it by prov- ing property and paying for this ad- vertisement by applying at Principal's office, central school. 276-6 Round St., pursi? con- taining small sum of rnoney. can get same by proving property, paying expenses" and applying at the Police office. 279-0 Toronto, Nov. Mining Brok- erage firm of R. L. 'Cowan and Co. assigned to-day to J. P. Langlcy, No 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 11 range 20. Will the finder please no- tify" Mr. Whipple at Swe-et Valley P. 0." 275-0 brown mare aged 13 years, weight about 1350. Strayed a month ago. Had very sore right shoulder. No brand. S10 reward for return to John R. McKay. City Market. 230-5 Hill Block and Ar- lington Hotel, a 'hinged end gate from wagon. Finder kindly return to Rex Virtue. Redpath St. 2SO-6! TENDERS, WANTED TENDERS are 'invited for the] plumbing and -heating work and rna-j terials -frr thc new fire hall north off Pcrticulars may be obtained from the office of the Secretary-Treasurer. Bids must be delivered not later than noon on Saturday, Nov. 11. lowest or any tender will riot neces- sarily be accepted. statement of assets nvid liabilities has been issued. GEO. W. ROBINSON. ;