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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THfc LCTHSR.DGfc- DAILY Five Cups Jor One Cent Is certainly an economical beverage, yet this is all that costs. One pound will make 220 Tf> A costs. Unc pouna win mains A of the purest and most delicious FATAL EXPLOSION AT WILMINGTON ___ I Wilmington, Del., Nov. aj deafening report and a shock that caused UK- whole city and much of.'. the surrounding country to tremble j a press mill and u grinding mill at; tlu- powder works of the Dupant west" of Wilbgton, exploded killinir thivo workmen1 injuring i _M..veral others. Both the mills j in which the explosion ..centred, were wrecked and oth-.-r buildings belong- iiiiT to the company and several i'.veilings in the ne-ighborhood wer Are You Satisfied with your milk supply? If iiot, phone 347 for Fresh Milk, Cream and Batter COX SON Box SO WORTH PRIZES AWAIT BUSY Po you know the difference between working: and having the work dtmd for you Sunlight Soap actually makes the dirt drop you and injures neither hands nor clothes. That is j u s t the difference be t e e Sunlight Soap and ordinary soaps. Follow Directions l-Mim-M Ii-1 I T T f I Experience Counts I I have had 15 years in the rostrum, and you can get f the benefit of this experience in the way 1 handle T AUCTION SALES f T which 1 conduct on reason- able terms, in town or coun- try. Advances made on re- ceipt of instructions to sell. FRANK o. Best results; prompt settle- ments Tel. 261 Office Crabb St. WORKERS j Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re- I freshing for bath or toilet. For wash- i ing underclothing it is unequalled, j i Cleansei" and purifies. i i whose hands the former champions j i BABY WILL LIKE Our Emulsion of Cod Oil if you wish'to. An agreeable pre- .paration of this well- kno.vo remedy containing 50 per cent pure oil. and oOc. at the met with a decisive defeat. Great; interest is manifested in the games j by old-time players and beginners. A runaway occurred last Saturday, j the horse colliding with and ijreakingj j the gate at the police reserve. The officers'elected for the Cana-i uian Bible .Society branch establish- ed here are'- J. H. Sehoheld, pres.; Fairthorn and Thos.. Mordfen. vicc( [presidents; Robert Henderson, secre-j tary-treasurer; and an executive com- j Thomas White, P. Passmore. plenty of room for you Yearly subscriptum. i W. A. Ross, and Thos. Hinton. reat prize con-1 Write Contest Department TVT i- vnn m and! Methodist' Church here was held Mon-i i test. Now ihat the contest is. -jusoi ii you in tniu. i starting, place yourself among- the! are thinking of entering and .wish 'cheerful workers. There are lots of further information before Sending- in ,h. Get Into the Game and Capture One Of Them Ther the The quarterly board meeting of the! lethodist' Church here was held Mo day evening and was well attended. Rev. Thos. Taylor of Fishburn sion is to conduct the services at the i For Sale A SNAP A One-chair Barber Out- fit, including barbers 'chair, stand with marble slab, tvro bevel French plate glass mirrors, bar- ber's pole, marble wash basin, bottles hot water tank, gas stove, etc. Apply a r WILSON'S Auction Rooms Daily Herald Market Place j tin hive anything to sell or to reit place it it thitt column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions (or Si FOR lots on Wes.tminster Koad. .Block. 95, lots 1 and 2. Price for the two. Apply John Tu- dor, Taiiuen Flidise store No. 3. 80-6 FOR in any part of the city on monthly payment plan. R. V. Gibbon? Co., Ott Block, Phone 222. 07440 SITUATIONS VACANT a first class cook. Lady preferred. At tin; Victoria Man- IGtM iledpath St. 281-0 A young man for rooms. Apply lAjthbri'dge Hotel. 280-3 Salesman for furn- ishings department. Must be ex- perienced. Apply to Manager. A. Macdonakl Co. 280-0 c thn- ner .w f inactive and inert and, hen find return ma 1. it is late. Break the haoit of: Spec.a! Contest Department f I hesitating by entering the Herald's j The Herald Contest Department in I I People's Drug Store I NORTH WARD. W: P. J. ALEXANDER, prescription Expert Druggist ot Optician Phone 445 Night Bell called for and delivered to any part of thf-icity: t. contest today, and make the first the Bryan Block, entrance at .420 Duf- the Gourla'y- ferin street (just around- the corner pastor will conduct services at Twin But-te and Fishburn on that day. j 4- The Ladies' Aid of the Pincher City j J Methodist Church will give an enter-1 i tainment of a literary and social des-1 For Sale cription on the 2'4th inst. Mrs. A. C. Kemmis and daughter] For a first-claw iob in 'support may be lost. DYEING I lies'or Gents1 Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 358- Montreal, OV-.. I0.-President Xohn- _ of the board of trade, and Mayor of 'Halifax, waited upon Sir Thomas president, and D. McNicoll. vice-president of the C P R today to urge of" the -C, P- R- from St. John to Halifax The deputation was very -favorablv received. Sir Thomas Shaughnessy promised to, get a report from engineers on proposed new, line. Another conference will then be held. LETHBRiDGE MARKETS No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. I Alberta Red No. 2 Alberta Red No. 3 Alberta Red per cwt Barley F rax Cattle on the hoot Steers, per Ib. per Ib. Live, per cwt Dressed, per cwt.' Sheep Live, cwt. Dressed, per cwt. Poultry Geese .Turkeys Chickens Fowl Duck- But-tvr and Eggs: Dairy butter Creamery butter per dozen 0 03 0 02X 7 50 0 00 ...4 50 o oo 0 15 0 20 0 12 0 10 0 15 0 SO 0 77 0 74 0 79 0 76 0 73 070 0 25 1 00 0 03X step toward winning Player Piano. Free Winter i from the Herald Building) is now. Trip to California (the'land of roses) We will gladly welcome {rQm ft the two lots in Parkdale or one of wno. :eel they wish to enter the Macleod the' splendid district prizes. test, or who merely wish to j F S0n left. for Ms Your Friends Will Help You j make-mqumrf to the method on j .Q .Do not forget'any of your friends. the-.contest w conducted. The For hg had There are plenty of them, and there headquarters will be .pen from 9 to feeen is a chance that you may forget some j daily, excepting an hour for Mrs_ Ottawa return'ed to of them until it is too late. It is send a -request over 'and -a. rep- and-when a fresh name occurs to you resentative. will call at your residence jot it down, so that no prospective j or Place of business. Enter the .contest You axe not confined to your own. A ballott box is Conveniently placed district" in receiving subscriptions, jin the Contest Department to receive Any place where caji get sub-1 ballots and nominations, scriptions is your field of effort. Many! For tne Purposes of the contest and of your, friends -are 'already taking The Herald, and will save their news- paper ballots for you, and renew their subscription in order that you. may in order to equalize competition the territory has been divided into tvro districts, and the 'Contestants in each district will compete among them- selves for the district prizes. Dr. Connor iateMs joining, a bunch of medicos at Calvary on a shootine; trip shortly. T. Lebel and family arrived home on Saturday from Cacounan; where they have- 'been staying 'during the winter. brought with. Improved irrigated farm ad- joining the town of Coal- under good house, sta- ble, granary, .etc. Full water fight. balance to suit .purchaser. For price and full particulars -see. H. A. SUGGITT COALDALE CITY MISCELLANEOUS get- the free votes. The Herald i> so well 'and favorably known in Lefch-j District No. 1 comprises all the ter- bridjre and for over a hundred miles! within the city of Lethbridge, north, south, east and west that there is no question about a' 'wide- awake candidate being able to se- him three "'horses, which he is willing to 'dispose of. It is his intention to erect a" substan- tial hoiise on the'.iill overlooking the town, and will betrin operations on! the same as quicklyyas possible. quire 527 BartletvSt A lodge of the .Royal Templars of' FOR. old respectively. Wish to ex- change for team of. oxen. Apply J. C. Jensen, Sweet or S. 4; T. 16, R. 20. r .281-1 heavy team.'En- 281-6 wanted. Apply East Bom pas or Hill "Block, Rodpath St. W. R. Virtue. 280-3 to learn chocolate dipping. Steady work for a willing .party. Apply at Eocihon's candy factorv. Crabb St. 280-2 servant, family of two. No ..children. Apply Mrs. S. Plelwig, 1277'Kedpath. 279-6 Nov. 20th, a good gen- eral servant. Wages ?20 per month. Apply during'evenings to 'Mrs. E. G-. Hazell, cor. Courtland Burdett Sts. 276-6 servant for general housework. Apply 612 Glyn St. 276 -6 woman dish- washer. Apply Alexandra Cafe. 273-0 woodsmen. Highest" going wages paid. Elk F. G.: Waters, superintendent, Hbs- mer, B. C. 237-0 FOR per aero, improved farms, fine soil, good wy.tor, oasy terms. Fine noar. (Ger- 111 an Near town In- formation, .six cent stumps. Rev. H. Anidt, Walsh. Alta. 279-3 FOR' SALE-320 acres 3-19. 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 L-th- bridge; 9 room. house, cistern, cel- lar and phone. Stable 22 horsed. 80 acres in fall wheat. Stubble mostly turned. worth of hay produc- ed annually. Renter must" buy for (No cash if secured) all ta'a- chinery, cattle, horsee and house- hold furniture. Big chance to make 50 to 100 per. cent, of these brood mares, stallion and butter cows. Terms to suit. Apply Box 85 Herald. Office 055.0 MISCELLANEOUS SALE. FOR silent salesmen for sale, one oak and one mahogany. Ask for Mr. Berwig, at Castle Hotel. 331-2 FOR practice and drug business, in growing Alberta town, no- 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 will handle. Box L., Herald. 27T.-6 FOR wagon and sis- of new (not housekeeper for two people. Apply Box J., :Her- ald. 266-0 young' man wants furnaces, or horses to look after; for winter. -Apply Box Eeth- bridge.. Alta. ..2786 SITUATION. young lady desires experience in a- store or work in an office.- Will take a low salary. Herald Box G. 278-6 SITUATIONS WANTED 'SITUATION class power house engineer seeks employ- ment Alberta and B. C. papers. class ApplV En- gineer., Langdon, Alta, 281-6 taken in 01 done at private homes. Good work at reasonable Mrs. Bothftm. Torrance Aye., beaide railway track .TO RENT XO room, modern. Also heater for sale. Apply 308 Brunton St. 280-8 District No. 2 comprises all the Temperance "has been organized in to let 5000 yds. 'town and good sue- lathing in Raymond Apply cure manv new subscribers for the i territory outride the city of Leth- bridge within the circulation zone of The Herald. cess in of securing additions Shannon Bros. Cassidy, Raymond _ Alta. 277-6 to their muster roll. mere asking. We arc sure that they' Candidates in districts com- the names of the respective BUILDING you have the will thank you for it when they get'Pete for >rand Prizes. i.SHprt Councillor. Rev. J. F. Hunt-; l.-.-U anr. want. tr> hnilrl s'linrhp WP c-an TO in Odd Fellows Block, excellent, position. Terms mod- erate." Apply to G. B. Weller. 279-0 TO 60x25 in centre of city on side track. A. Box. 2072, Lethbridge, "Alta. Williams, Crabb St. 376-i FOR good large ..'heating Apply Manager Letrrbridge Laundry Co. 278-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS 'gents cast off clothing, shoes, hats, guns, pistols and musical, -instruments; trunks and valises and second furniture. Apply to the Harvard Tailoring Co. 330 Crabb St., P. 0, Box 2094. 280-1-3 eggs, young roosters, all kinds of chickens ind ducks. -State price. Address A Bonamico, Box 2072, Leifcbridge Alta. 279-6 WANTED TO .BUY-Party wishes -to buy two or more lots centrally locat- ed. Cash for 'right price. Bos F. Herald. WANTED TO modem house, close in. Apply Box Q., Her- ald office. 274-Oi The Ensign Co., Leik- bridge, Alta., -requires repreaentatiTei in every town in Alberta to sell their show cards, price, tickets, magic lan- tern slides- tnd signs. Good men eas make big money in whole or part time. Apply Manager..; 273-30 WANTED. TO small fur- nished house. Married couple with no children. Apply Box Herald. 277-6 LOST OR STRAYED i-) be regular readers, for they will! learn what' the paper is and how j much pleasure and information they j derive from it. Call on your friends and ask them; to save the ballots for you., and ask them to renew their subscription in Councillor. Rev. J. F. Hunt-; lets and want to build a home we can i Vice .Councillor, Mrs. Wilmer Me-; loan you the money. Apply Bdx__57, iKerricker; Past Councillor, p. Herald office. 276'61 air, suitable, for two gentlemen.' No. j Jackson; Chaplain, C. Hewetson: 1248 Bompas St. east" of barracks. cording Secretary, W. N. Marshall; FREE 'desert- Pincher Creek Budget s7c7etarv-treaSi7rer, D. McCain; Her-j cther departments. Duties to begin Pincher Creek. Nov. anni-l ld H Roberts Deputy HeraW, Mrs.! c- A- Flexon, land locator, versarr of the King's birthday was W. G Guard- j i Coutts, Alta. 279-6 272-26 TO roomed cottage.. per month in-advance. Water. Apply your favor, each pavment of a subscription a certain number oi i. I irom anv other dav or the week. votf.s are issued, according to the recognized here by no display of flags to distinguish Heustis, Torrance avenue, 277-6 ian C. W. Woods; Sentinel, George' j North Ward. the event ;Grecn Mr Brotherton of Medicine! MONEY TO pay Hat, installed the officers.. The meet I nave mone-v TO RENT-Two room, for light house- the person who picked up a black pocket book at the Stacey Lumber Co.'s yard, will return, a suitable reward will be paid. 277-6 Round or Redpath. streets, rose hatpin. Finder kindly call at Herald office. 274-Ox t; VClii JLViO J' V iiCfcVt ILU.VJJltJf mee j enough to build your own house at w- TJ ir i ti- i---------, _ _ tit-.J.i (-VJ LJUJ.1U, V LLL il tlU Utt term of the subscription and whe-j arc out for the are hcld in the L 0. 0. F. hall 6 0 16 subscription j i f R .riontns subscription (renewal) 700; 6 months' subscription i Yearly subscription j Yt-arly subscription e montlis' -subscription (renewal) 300 i 0 upp towards suiting Wright, H. i At the same time it d and Mr. j not give scope to the individual-'mer- were the recognized cocks oi. cither Ray Brandon or Miss c at the game, and nothing I Russell from the fact that there is might have happened to ruffle the fca- I sufficient vivacity or emotion thcrs -these gentlemen had from cithor in the roles they scratch team not been got together', h.avc. to assume.. They played their parts well, just the same, and This was the first production of that; and see us when you want money, piav here and if we vare to judge bv! ghone 39-J. Empire Land Co. Ott -f i Block. 2o2-0 the appreciation oi the audience n_____________________________________ their j i does Whipple (well the misfortune to lose his pocket book 'on Nov. 1st, whilst travelling keeping. Apply C. P. Kroning. first between Sundial and the government house cast of Windsor Hotel. 277-6 well on the corner of township 11 range 20. Will the finder please no- TO or workshop, tify Mr. Whipple at Sweet Valley P. 20x36 stable 12x20, 3 single stalls j 0. 275-0 and harness room, good hay loft, lo- cated in centre of city. Will rent to- gether or separate. Apply 0. Box 104 or 804 corner Charles Hodjrman St. Duff Addition. 276-6 TO houses on Court-land street, between Bartlett and ".West- minster Road, fully modern and in excellent repair. Apply C. raan agency, Acadia Bldg. 273-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Yearly subscription (renewal ..1.000 iTO house to rent j close in. seven rooms and bath roijm. 41 minutes walk from post, office. Ap- Any person wno is the soie head of ply Box E office. 261-6 W. Lannour, and R. Switxcr, es, per cwt. Onions, per Ib. to put" considerable spirit into j a family, or any male over 13 years! w (jut. tui (old. mav hornestftao a i portrayal of their parts as Heath jof avaifablo Dominion land in j Desmond, an Cousin Kate, j toba, Saskatchewan'or Alberta. Thej15 It was an-1 applicant'must appear in person at: Apply 281-3 i a novelist, respectively. toward the i I play that Jeanne Russell "changed its headquarters from The Famous CIBIIUC T. S. iViuCenzie, Dist ;ij i monton to Lethbridge, and in future M i- iaav visit-, Pincher Creek and other it i towns' along the line at intervals oE They play "Sun- of the' Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry by any agency certain conditions, by father, Jgjfour or six weeks. i day" here tonight. Phone 274 P.O.Box 547 (jl-et your Orders, in Early. THE ENSIGN signs, show cards, price tickets, enamelled_ let- ters, banners, lantern slides, artificial palms, vines, etc: for inter- ior decorations. Ensign Co., P. 0. Box 1817, Acadia Building, Leth- bridge, Alta. O __________________________ PONY 384. J. Fig-1 gins. Light draying a specialty, j All orders tended to. Orders taken at Harnees Store. GENERAL TEAMING Having bought out Wm. Taylor's transfer business, I am prepared to do all Rinds of cartage. Satisfaction guar- anteed. Coal delivered C.O.D. Geo, N. McLean, Glyn St., Phone 131. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer received .nstmctions from Mr, D. D. Steinman. to sell by Public Auction, at Stirling on Thursday, Nov. 18th., NELSON GRAHAM'S LIVERY AND SALE STABLE TrtE FOLLOWING VALUABLE STOCK: span of large mules 8 years old; 1 span of geld- ings, weight about each. 7 years old; 1 Percheron brood mare in foal to a thoroughbred Percheron horse; 1 Kentucky saddle horse 3 years old; 1 large single driving foal, lady broke 6 years old; 1 fine yearling filly, sired by Fly-on, he th a mark of 2.03 and sire of over fifty in 2.30 ctoss; 3 driving horses, rising 6 years oldx well broke; 4 horses 3 years old. good milch cows, supposed to be in calf. new wagon; 1 spring wagon; 1 braking cart; 1 new disc drill; .1 gang plow; 1 stirring plow; 1 3-section harrow; 4 sets of team harness; 1 cook stove, nearly new; 1 good saddle; 1 forge, tongs and hammers; 1 anvil; carpenter's tools. And a number of other articles too numerous to mention. All will be sold without reserve as the proprietor has rented 'his farm. sums of twenty-five dollars, cash; over that amount 12 months credit on furnishing approved joint notes with 8 per cent, interest from date of sale. SALE COMMENCES AT ONE O'CLOCK J; A. SMITH, Auctioneer. D. D. STEIN MAN, Proprietor The engagement is- announced oi Helen, only daughter of the late Al- ijcxandcr Lawrence, M.P.P., and Mrs. I Lawrence, Donald- street, to .William H. Upton, formerly of Toronto, now oLPincher Creek, The- 'mar- riage will take place in January. mother, son, daughter, brother or sis- ter" of intending homesteader. months and cultivation of the of three years. A homesteader live within nine miles oJ nis home FOR Saturday, a single room in Sadowski block across street from Herald office. a month in advance, furnished; ?12 a month in advance, unfurnished. Light, heat bath free. Apply J. Kelsey, npoi j Sheparci. -Block, between 7 and S p.m. le land in eact TO 10 roomed 'house r.n Westminster Road. Apply Box -lames Tlamslcy was fatally crushed at the Greenwood smelter at G-reen- M.wood, B.C. I1 H IUI OO.JA Mares and G-eldings, all ages and weights, and all good stock W. R. Virtue Lethhridge, Alta. for At Chatham, Ont., Mrs. John Rum- ble was committed for trial today on a charge of blowing her husband's house with dvnamitc on October 23. on Westminster Road. 278-6 FTJjRNSHED; furnished room, suitable: for two, .gentlemen. Terms moderate, 424 Smith St. Close in. V; stead on a farm 'of at least 30 acres joQt City-or 1st south of Dufferin St. solely owned and occupied by- him ot _ by his 'father, mother, son. daughter brother- or sister. In certain districts a in good standing may pre-empt qharter-sectioc e.x.T.rside his etead. Price per acre. reside six mon.hs in of six years from date of homestead entry (including the- time required tc earn homestead patent) and fifty acres extra. A homesteader who eThaustec homestead right and cannot ob tain a pre-emption take i chased homestead in certain die Price per acre. DufceB.- six months in each pi years, cultivate fifty acres and a worth Deputy MinisteT 'ol the i publi- Monday, a 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 j brown mare' aged 13 years, weight about 1350. Strayed a month ago. Had very sore right shoulder. j No brand. xeturn to John R. McKay, City Market. 230-5 i Hill Block and Ar- j lington Hotel, a hinged end gate from wagon. Finder kindly return I :o Rex Virtue. Redpath St. 230-6 j pigs came to my I place Sec 5-10-11. .Owner can have same by proving, property paying for I this ad, and keep of pigs. W. M. Re- I ber, Burdett, Alta. 231-4 I TENDEBS WANTED TENDERS are invited for the S plumbing and heating work and rnn.- terials for the fire hall north of j fhc track. I Particulars may be obtained from the office of the Secretary-Treasurer. Bids must be delivered not- later than noon on II. The lowest or any tender will not neces- sarily be accepted. GEO- W. ROBINSON, 277-7 Sec.Treas. Dissolution of Partnership -NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing be- tween Lambert -Morrison, contract- ors, has been dissolved. From this date, I shall not be responsible for any debts contracted by Mr. Lam- bert-in the name of the firm. Signed: 277-6- W. MORRISON. Bound St., purse con- of money. Owner -can get--sanve by proving property, paying expenses and applying at the .City Police-office. 279-0 MONEY merchant with good business' and stock of de- sires a temporary loan of W-.l give chattel mortgage as security psiy 10 per cent, for ac-coTnirir-dainn and repay in montihly instalments. Ap- ply P. 0. Box 2073. 278-6 Notice. J. YOUNG, Dealer in Hides, has re- moved from 620 Coutts Street to 4P6 Smith Street. TENDERS WANTED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to eight pun. cf Thursday the llth inet. for smkins a shaft 6x6 feet. Specifications and all_ particulars can be :h'ad on application to T. E. PATTESON, 273-4 Lethbridge. ;