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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE DAILY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1909. HILL-GROWN TEA Tea grown at an elevation of feet and upwards, where soil and climate combine to give that delightful fragrance and delicious flavor, Church Services And News Tin- Its purity and strength make it much more economical to two than other teas HYGIENIC CIGARS They combine quality, uniformity, and perfection of manufacture. They are made from the best foreign leaf procurable and cannot be equalled. Manufactured by W. R. WEBSTER and CO. SHERBROOKE, QUE The only cigar factory in the Dominion run ou kygienic principles Have a Cigar? Yes, Give Me The B. and S. Manufactured By LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA GENERAL TEAMING bought out Wm. transfer business, I am prepared to do all duds of cartage. Satisfaction guar- anteed. Coal delivered C.O.D. Geo. McLean, Glyn Phone 131. Having THE ENSIGN signs, show cards, price tickets, enamelled let- ters, magic lantern slides, artificial palms, vines, etc. for inter- ior decorations. Ensign Co., P. 0. Box .1817, Abadia Building, Leth- bridge, Alta. PONY EXPRESS-Phone 384. J. Fig- gins. Xight draying a specialty. Storage. All orders 'promptly at- tended to. taken at City Harnens Store. la 'the Southern football league o! England, 'Exeter City scored Portsmouth's 0. Church .servio-s will hi- usual tomorrow. In the morn- ing tin; Rov. T. JP. Perry will pivach on The Joys of Worship. The j Sunday School and adult Bible study j at 3 p.m. and in evening! tlx- pastor will on the Call of) Tho quarterly love feast will' take pkiiv at 10 a.m. mid the sacra- mental and recvption services will be iu-W at tin- conclusion of the evening preaching service. The A. Y. P. A. .will meet in the Parish Hall on Monday -next at 8 j o'clock. A debate is being arranged j and the following have kindly consented to take part: Mr. T. K-" Patieson, Mr. R. A. Smith, Mr. L. A. Asquith and Mr McLellahd. It is hoped that all members will be S prt.-seni. Services in Uie Baptist Church to- morrow are as follows: Morning 11 a. m., adult bible class and Sunday school at 3 p.m., evening service at 7.30 at wliich T. S McKenzfe and W Jordan will speak. Solo by Mr. McKenzie. A communication from a resident of Calgary, bearing a recent date, has been received by the, local lay leader of the Unitarian Church, of this city, the following excerpt from which will be of interest to the citi- zens of Lethbridge: "I was quite re- joiced, on looking over a late copy of A Lethbridge paper, to find that a Unitarian Church s'ervice had been your leadership in Lethbridge. This is something which I have long advocated in a quiet way. for altlio I am not a member of that church, nor any still its doc-j trine- and general sympathy with' 5 j progressive .thought come nearer to -myr way of thinking, than any otlier in this city I contemp- late building on my lot, south of the 'Fair Grounds, early next spring, and feel that the establishing of a centre of Liberal Theology adds a very at- tractive feature to Lethbridge's resi- dential attractionsv" In connection with the above it is scarcely neces- sary to add that the services are held even- Sunday evening in the K. of P. hall, and that on Sunday next the address will be delivered by Mr. Wm. Simonds on the subject of "The Part- ing of the -Way." There will be the usual discussion at the close of the address and all interested in the dis- cussion of Social problems, are in- vited to attend. The service will com- 1 MOVINQ .PICTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, Pictures 1 A Little Child Shall Lead Them 2 The Deception 3 Collection of Stamps 4 All Wool Garments Vaudeville The Ozavs Comedy Novelty Jugglers Billy Lloyd The Eccentric Comedian Fire in J. J. McCann's general store at Belleville completely gutted it. There was a large stock and the loss was heavily insured, The building was owned by the Sovereign Bank. Mrs. McCann and a young girl who slept upstairs, barely escaped. DO YOU KNOW About Central British Columbia? Largest -undeveloped, area of good land on American Continent, suitable for wheat, mixed farming and stock. Gold, silver, salt, petroleum. You Can Get Information of wonderful opportunities by writing for our free map and official data regarding land, mines, climate, etc. FORT GEORGE Coming metropolis, on line of Grand Trunk Pacific By., half way between Prince Rupert and Edmonton. Fort George is the gateway to great Buikley, Skeena. PeaceJRiver. Fraser and other fertile x-alleys, also to Carr-iboo and Yukon mining disricts. First offering of town guaranteed and insured by Government of British Columbia. Send your name and address today ii interested. Natural Resources Security Co. yi WETCHBLDG., VANCOUVER, B. C. mence at Sunday pjn. services in Westminster Church, morning service at 11 o'clock, subject The Widening Gospel; Sunday- school and bible class at 3 to which all are invited. Evening service 7.30 p.m., subject The White Stone of Eevelation. The Pastor :Eev. A. A. Lytle will preach both- morning and evening. All.are welcome. Special music has been provided for the services in Knox Church Show Cards and Prict tickets 1 The kind we make are so attractive that they draw people into your store. IF Our work has snap, originality, quality, artistic value. Prices Always Reasonable. Prepare for the Christmas trade by order- ing a stock of signs and price tickets now. Introductory Offer To get our goods bofore the merchants we make the following offer: 6 Siiow Cards, 11x14, Nothing cheap but the price. A good chance to get your Christmas -or other dis- play showcards. ENSIGN COMPANY Acadia Block T. 0. Box 1817 Lethbridge, Alta. NOTICE JO CONTRACTORS Sealed bulk tenders are invit-ed up IQ 5 o'clock p.m., November 30th, 1909, for all the necessary labor and materials to erect and complete a solid brick and stone four class room school building, for Maple Creek Pub- lic School District No. '30, Maple Creek, Sask. An accepted cheque for five per cent of the amount of the tender shall accompany each tender, made payable to Rev. Hugh. "Wilson, secretary treasurer, school board, Maple Creek, -whom all ten- ders are to be .addressed, said cheque to be forfeited if the successful ten- derers decline the contract, or refuse to enter into the agreement, when re- quested. The successful tenderer must provide, a security bond, satis- factory to the for five thous- and dollars, on signing' the contract. All cheques to ,be returned, to the ten- derers, as soon.as-the award has-been made "and contract 'signed. Work to be -commenced not later thsn Search. 1st 1910 and tib.e con- tract completed not later thari July 1st, 1910. Plans and specifications, and all THERE "will be offered for sale by public auction at an upset price to be made known at time of sale, in the town of Pincher Creek, in the Province of Alberta, on Wednesday the 24th day of November, 1909, at the hour of Twelve o'clock the following lands in the Peigan Indian Reserve No. 147, near MacLeod, Frl. Sec. 17, Sec. 19, Sec. 20, Frl. Sec. 21, Frl. N. W. 1-4 Sec. 22, Frl. Sec. 27, Sec. 28, Sec. 29, Sec. 30, Sec. 31, Sec. 32, Sec. 33, Sec. 34, Frl. Sec. 35, Tp. 7, R. 28, M.--Frl. Sec. 2, Sec. 3, Sec. 5, Sec. 6, Seo. 7. Sec. 9, Sec. 10, Sec. .15, Sec. 16; Sec. 17, Sec. 18, Seo. 19, !See. 21. Sec. 22, Sec. 28, Sec.-29, Sec! 30. Sec. Sec. 32, Sec. 33, and Sec. 34, Tp. 8. R. 28, W. 4 M. tomorrow when the new pipe organ information can be obtained from the The lands will be offered for sale will be in use for the first time. Mr.' secretary of the School Board, Maple i in Quarter or one- Creek, Sask, and at the office of the tenth cash, and the balance in nine Wrigley, the organist of Knox Church! architect in Calgary and of Calgary, will act as organist. j Alberta. An orjran recital will be given in The 'board reserves the right to re- Knox church on Mondav evening A J1-cl m 0 Rev.-R. Hugh Wilson, Sec.-Treas. large programme of instrumental num- j bers will be given .by Mr. Wrigley. j He will be assisted by Miss C. Simm, Mr. Fleming and Mr. Layton. LYCEUM THEATRE equal annual instalments, with In- terest at five per cent, on the unpaid purchase money. Accepted cheques will be taken in lieu of Cash. i- -i -o T--.- c. i i Upon, a parcel of land being knock- Maple Creek Public School ed dowilj the purchaser shall imm.e- Magpie Creek, Sask. diately deposit the sum of One Hun- dred Dollars with the Clerk of Sale, otherwise the parcel will at once be put up again. For this purpose in- tending purchasers should provide themselves with marked cheques on Chartered Banks of Canada made M. Dodd, .Architect, Calgary and Lethbridge, Alta. Open Monday Evening With Musica! Company of 15 People For a job in CLEANING AND DYEING lies' or Gents' Clothes call at AUCTION SALE OF Horses and Cattle J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer "tia.s received instructions from Mr. D. D. Steinman. to sell by Public Auction, at Stirling on Thursday, Nov. 18th., AT NELSON GRAHAM'S LIVERY AND SALE STABLE THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE STOCK: large mules 8 years old; 1 span of geld- ings, weight about 1 500 onch, 7 years old; 1 Percheron brood mare in foal to a thoroaghhre-J Percheron horse; 1 Kentucky saddle horse 3 years old; 1 large single driving mare, in foal, lady broke 6 years old; 1 fine yearling filly, sired by Fly-on, ho th a 'mark of of over fifty in 2.30 class; 3 driving horses, rising 6 years old, 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 1 gang plow; 1 stirring plow; 1 3-scction harrow; 4 sets of team harness; I cook stove, nearly new; 1 good saddle; I 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. STEINMAN, Proprietor The Brown Amusement Co. will throw open -Rhe doors of the newly constructed Lyceum theatre on Mon- day' evening presenting lor the pub- lic's approval Deloys Comedians in the "Merry Widow Jr." This is a screaming musical-oomedy and it has been a hit in every town that the De- loys have presented the same. The contains good artists such as Eddie Deloy, Miss Tolla Deloy, Miss Myrtle Deloy, Joe Kelsey, T. Fennel, AJ Beatty ad -chorus of eight j handsome chorus girls. The program will be changed every second night j and the company will reiriain for two! weeks at popular prices. The theatre on completion will be one of the safest on the -continent, and all possible. precaution has been taken, as said by a member of the Board of Fire Un- derwriters tlm morning cpi making i an inspection, stated that he conld; see no possible chance of a fire panic or any other calamity and that the' building was well built throughout, j and almost -considered it a model for other licuscs in Canada to go by. The stagt: has been entirely refitted and tlif sconic artists are very busy manu-1 facturing scenery which will give, the house about twelve complete sets.', The management seems very anxious over the- delay of the new opera chairs and are afraid that it will be neces- sary to use the ordinary chairs for T the first few nights, but do not intend. 4- to delay the opening. THE CITY Phone 353 DYE WORKS A SNA1P FOR ONE to their own order and payable at par at the point of Sale; or with bank notes 'of as large a denomination as possible. The balance of the Cash j instalments, must in every case be I paid in Cash or by marked cheque, before the close of the Sale, failing which the deposit of' One Hundred Dollars will be forfeited, and the land withdrawn from Sale. 4. j Any information regarding the JL j lands in question may be obtained j upon application to the undersigned. j The _ unauthorized insertion of this i advertisement will not be paid fo'. J. D. McLEAN, Secretary. Indian Affairs, Daily Herald Market Place >ui have to sell or (o rent place it 10 this column. If you want anythinf use this column. 25c one insertion 6 for SITUATIONS VACANT Good prospects. Herald Office. for office Apply Box work. A, G. 283-6 to dig -a cesspit, close in. For particulars, write P. 0. Box 507, city. 283-Ox room girl. Apply Steward, Leiihbridge Hotel. 282-3 carpenters Apply W, j. Morrison, Duff Addition. 232-2. once, a first class cook. Lady, preferred; At the Victoria Man- sions, 1004 Redpath St. 281-O servant, family of two. No'children. Apply Mrs. S. Helwig, 1277 Bedpath. 279-6 Nov. a good gen- eral servant. per month. Apply during evenings to Mrs. E. G. Hazell, cor. Courtlaod A Burdett Sta. 276-6 woman diah- washer. Apply- Alexandra Cafe. 273-0 woodimen.. Higheet going wages paid. Elk Lumber Co. F. G. iuperiuteadent, Hoa- mer, B. C. young man- wants furnaces or horses to look after for the -winter. Apply Box. 160, .Leth- bridge, Alta. 2786 SITUATION young lady experience in a store or work in an office. Will take a low salary. Herald Box. G. 278-6 to assist in dining room and upstairs work. Balmoral Hotel. 282-0 good general servant or housekeeper for .small family. Wages to per month. Apply in person 1218 Redpath St. Mrs. W. A. Blermer-Bassett. 282-0 SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATION Scotch, wish'position in a hotel. Man good horseman; wife chamber- Tnaid- or 'waitress. Anywhere, town or-'countrv, or on farm. Apply Box 0., Herald. 283-6 WORK job's under- taken about houses, offices or other- wise, furnaces attended by handy man. Apply K.- Bosr'2040 P. 0. 283-6 WORK -ranch or any common work by. man OR SALE FOR snap. A one-chair bar- ber outfit, including barbers chair, stand with marble slab, two bevel French plate mirrors, barber's pole, marble wash basin, bottles, -hot water tank, gas stove; etc. Apply at Wil- son's Auction Rooms. 28S-0 ______i FOR good large heating stove: Apply Manager Laundry Co. 2T8-O FOR snap. A good work horse.'Price Apply John Tay- lor 1269 Dufferin St. or MoKeown Hardware Go. 288-2 FOR ot 2 bedrooms, dining room and kitchen. Purchaser ihas option of .renting house, 6 looms, all- modern conveniences. Apply .303. Brunton St. 282-6 rent from middle of December, furnished or unfurnished shack. Address Box A., Daily Herald Office. 283-1 buy fresh young roosters, all kinds of chickens "and ducks. State price. Address A. Bonamico, Box 2072. LeQibridge, Alta. The Ensign Co., bridge, Alta., requires representatives in every Town in Alberta to sell their show cards, price tickets, magic lan- tern slides signs. Good men can make big money in whole or part time. Apply Manager. 273-30 LOST OR STRAYED Round or Redpath streets, rose hatpin. Finder kindly oall at Herald office. 374-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 1] range 20. Will the finder please no- tify Mr. Whipple at Sweet Valley P. 0- 275-0 brown mare aged 13 years, weight about 1350.. Strayed a month ago. Had very sore right shoulder. No brand. reward for return to John R. McKay, City Market. 280-5 Hill Block and Hngton Hotel, a hinged end' gate from wagon. Finder kindly return to Rex Virtue, Redpath St. 280-6 pigs came to my place Sec 5-10-11. Owner can have same by proving property paying for this and keep of pigs. W. M. Re- ber, Burdetfc, Alta. 281-4 TO furnished room; board if desired. 1206 Ford St. 233-1 TO room, modern. Also heater for sale. Apply 308 Brunton St. 280-6 4, i Department of Ottawa, 5th October, 1909. 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. B., Box 2072. Lethbridge. Alta. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS TO large front nicely furnished. Well heated by hot air, suitable for two gentlemen. No. 1248" Bom.oas St. east of barracks. 279-6 TENDERS WANTED TENDERS are invited for the plumbing and heating work and ma- terials for the new fire hall north of the track. Particulars may te obtained, from the office" of the Secretary-Treasurer. Bids must be delivered not later than noon on Saturday, Nov. 11. The lowest or any tender mil not neces- sarily bo accepted. GEO. W. ROBINSON, 277-7 Sec.Treas Notice. J, YOUNG, Dealer in Hides, has re- moved from 620 Coutts Street to 405 Smith Street. Same as above .with- 4> out reservoir I 3! T I P.O. Box 27 Phone 75 j Any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male ov.er 18 years nld, may homestead a of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The j applicant must appear in. -person at j the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- i Agency for the district. Entry by proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditions, by father, t mother, son, daughter, brother or sis- ter of intending homesteader. months' residence opot cultivation of the land in of three years. A homesteader live within nine milee oJ nia stead on a farm of at least 80 solely owned and occupied by him 01 by his father, mother, son. daughter brother or siater. In certain districts a in good standing may pre-empt i quarter-section alongside hU stead. Price 13.00 per acre. reside six in eact of six years from date ot homeeteatf entry (including the time required tc homestead patent) "fifty acres extra. A homesteader -who ethansteo homestead right and cannot ob tain a pre-emption may take a pur chased homestead in certain districts Price per acre. reside six months in each of years, cultivate fifty acres and a house worth 1300.00. W.W.COBT. Deputy Minister of the arvi publi will not for. H-I TO houses on Courtland street, between Bartlett and West- minster Road, fully modern and in excellent repair. Apply C. B. Bow- man agency, Acadia Bldg. 273-0 TO' house to rent close in, 'seven rooms and bath room. 4 minutes walk from post office. Ap- ply Box R., Herald office. 281-6 TO 15 Argyle Ave. Applv FOR Saturday, a single room in' Sadowski block across street from Herald office. a month in advance, furnishe_d; a month in advance, -unfurnished. Light, heat and bath'iree. Apply J. B. Kelsey, Shepard Block, between 7 and 8 p.m. TO. roomed house on Westminster Road. Apply Box 261 City or 1st south of Dufferiir. St. on Westminster Road. 278-6 FTTRNSHED furnished room, .suitable for two gentlemen. Terms moderate, 424 Smith St. Close in. r280-6 TO single and one dou- ble bedroom use of sitting room. Apply Westminster Niven St. 282-6 MISS VERONICA dressing, scalp treatment, manicure and facial massage. Acadia Block, Redpath St, Nov. 4 from North. Ward a black with halter and Jsicot chain, brand C and 8 hay hook. Finder will receive reward by return- ing to Thos. W. E. Mills, 223 Tor- ranee Ave., North Ward, Lethbridge P. 0. 454 282-4 MISCELLANEOUS for heavy team. En- quire 527 Bartlet St. 281-6 MONEY TO pay rent when we can let you have money enough to build your own house at 6 per cent. We loan money on all 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- gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be and see ua when you want money. Phone 394., Empire Land Co., Ott Block. 252-0 FREE desert- other departments. Duties to begin tion apply C. A. Flexon, land locator, Coutts, Alta. 272-26 FOUND Round St., purse con- taining small sum of money. Owner can get same 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'll give chattel mortgage as security pay 10 per cent, for accomm'Xiatnn and repay in monthly instalments. Ap- ply P. 0. Box 2078. 278-6 PIONEER BLACKSMITH "just opened a first-class blacksmith shop in the North Ward. They are prepared to do all kinds of blacksmithing and satisfaction is guaranteed. 283-12 PRIVATE MATERNITY Walw.ork St., North Tele- phone No. 269. SI.50. per day. Medical cases: per day. Maternity cases: per day. Each, patient is expected to pay one week in advance arid pay own spirits and medicines. Mis5 Dainty, graduate nurse, in charge. ;