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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR T.ME LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1909. The Washer Bros. The Boxing Midgets The Funniest Act in Vaudeville The Gladstone Sisters Harmony Singers ami Dancers Featuring their oriinal Acrobatic Dance Pictures 1 Tile Grandfather 2 Lady Barbers 3 Hobo's Dream Continuous Performance Splendid Show At Eurefea This Week was UUj act of thfc appenn-fl la.4 night.'and made a To Ratepayers; of the City In offering myself mayor of this city for the year 1910, .1 think you should bt' aware of the municipal pro- gram which I think should be foliow- t-d as far as possible. the ecmfimuH.1 extension of uur water, sewage and lighting sys- tem throughout the city as rapidly ;is finances will permit. f The continuation of our improve- ments in the way of street grading and sidewalks and the pavement of oiiy streets commencing where traffic is greatest. Tiie immediate adoption of mea- sure? that will meet as far as possible I tin- dust nuisance. j 1 believe thai we can get more i value for our money than at -present i by li a vine a closer and more business i like supervision- over its expenditure 1 and 1 think this can be accomplished 1 by a lA'iiimission of three, who should be 'appointed by, and responsible to Itu- most pe has ov.-r been put on at- the Kureku, Boxing i your council. I ;ini not, prepared to j advise the abolition of the council! and the placing of opxenditure in main n a a o of of- ControL but These UiiiiinuUVe would "COPYRIGHT The Connoisseur i ti'iit knows the taste of good., purejui i beer puts Alberta's Pride in favorable j worth the trouble of going; even without- their boxing- suuili ,h.--y might bt- taken for a pair on small bovs, but certain cvi-! missal at any time by the council, of a rtcVnt ionsoriul opera-1 certainly beiiev, in municipal .r.vnersmp. uut there i< -no eaten relieve iho I council of much detail effect -a g( strict and economical control over j expenditure, the whole subjec: f to tl-.e approval of the council: the j a commissioner? beiiij; subject to oL'fther contrast to any of the imported beers on 'the market. It has the true flavor of the malt and bops that makes it a soother as well as an invigorator. When you want a delicious -and re- freshing beverage in your home order f -Lethbridge beer. The Lethbridge Brewing Malting Company, Ltd, on tlu- street on the way to the thea-; ire. .is not mistaken, the. use i of suioki'less tobacco) precludes the! small boy kKsa. really .urowr.-ups, with the up left out. The bo.xinir was the. real-thing, a regular slugjrinir match at times, occasion- very lartrv amouTit of money must be this city in the next! teu years for the extension of our J present' municipal works, for street I paving, for a system of storm sewers, for a city hall, matters of the first j importance and tJiat are absolutely With regard to tin1 Street Railway allv a loul, and once one: hit the other Franchise. I, if elected mayor, will a "sound wlWk in the back of of the electors as bv the vote on December -BIG- INCREASE- IN THESE CROPS -a-d after tlu- gong rang. It- is the fastest-, -most novel act seen Eureka tliis season. "in Ott nva. Nov. The census gives out a sta'X'rnrnt on root, and'fodder crops ol Canada for month of Yicirl of buxhi-ls. ircrsasf of 22.- vcar turnips report at_Jfl7.721.000 bushels, an increase of bush-! els over last year nay rind clover j croTi is 427.000 ions more ihni! 1.908.! crop being tons. j Fodder com shows a decrease ot i tons, the crop 'being 000 tons. j Average condition of potatoes in Dominion is 93.48 per cent.; of tur- pre. 6. If you wish to grant a street rail- way franchise, I believe the agree- ment submitted is as good a one as .can be secured. If you wish the city .one bisters need no intro-1 to withhold the franchise -and at a Lethbridge as they won'later period undertake-the street rsii- here at a i a-s :l municipally owned vnter- prise, it in" your power to say so the day of voting, and I shall y out your wishes. conclusk'71 I only sny that J. snail the same c.Li'e jition to yotij- business in tlie implied to inv For down and a month These easy terms can b met by almost anyone wishing a home. The iiext tiou is the desirability of the property and the price. The description follows, and the price will depend on whether the house is sold FURNISHED OR UNFURN- buyer wishes to buy a home all ready for housekeeping, the owner will furnish completely, at only, a slight increase in pay- ments. Another considera- tion i? the LOCATI ON property if located oh Ave., North a block from the railroad track. There is sidewalk all the way to the door of the house from the centre of the city. The S1ZI OF THE lo-t is 46 ft. 3 in. by 125 ft. which for ample lawn space with u .large garden plot- at the rear. It f.ices to the east, has a Ifnie zi south and north sides. THE house is well laid out. having a large hull entrance, fi which, is a sitting room, the hall run- ning through-to the dining roinrn, and a large.: kitchen at the rear. Upstairs .is a hall, and two large, bed- rooms, with clothes closets for one. A LARGE VERANDAH is being which will extend across the front and _the whole length -of the south of the bouse. FOR PARTICULARS as to date available for occupancy, etc.. apply by letter, to P.O. Box 1987, -or at G to 7 p.m. to owner. J. .5. KELSEY Shepard Block over Good CD. MARKETS The price of wheat standing at 80 cents all last week has taken a rise of one cent this morning. Flax has jrone up twenty cents in the past week. Live stock and fowl are un- changed. Mo. 1 Northern............ 0 81 Xu. '2 Northern............ 0 78 No. 3 Northern............ 0 75 No. 1 Alberta Red......... 0 80 No. 2 Alberta Red 0 77 No. 3 Alberta Red 0 74 Oats, per cwt................. 0 70 Barley...................... C 25 Flax 1 20 Cattle on the hoot; Steers, per "lb.........003 0 Cows, per lb. 0 0 02% Hogs: Live, per cwt.......7 50 8 00 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 10 00 Sheep: Live. cwt.......450 465 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 10 00 Poultry: Seese''................ 0 15. 0 16 Turkeys............. 0 20 0 22 Chickens............ 0 12 0 15 Fowl 0 10 Ducks............... 0 15 0 16 Butter and Eggs: Dairy butter 0 18 0 21 Creamery butter 0 30 0 35 Sees, per dozen ....030 0 40 j j Potatoes, per -cwt. 1 00 1 50 Onions, per lb.....0 03 0 05 have anything to fell or rent ptace it 10 this column. If waul aoythiux use this column. one insertion 6 insertions for PROPERTY FOK SALF FOR lots on Westminster I toad. Block lots 1 and 2. Price 1.500 for the two. Apply John Tu- dor, Tainii.-n" Flidise store No. o. 80-6 SITUATIONS VACANT good competent boy between 15 and 18 years of ag-e to Iparii jewelry business Apply to R. A. Wright, the Jeweller. 285-4 class salesman for men's furnishings. Apply L.-Keel, Oliver Block, Round St. 234-3 eood; general sen-ant at once. Mrs.xRT A. Wright, 1249, Duf- ferin St. 284-0 for office work. FOR in any part of the city on monthly payment plan. R. V. Gibbons Ott Block. Phone 222. 274-12 FOK acres 8-19. Ap- ply Box H., Herald office. 272-0 FOE 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 produe ed annually. Renter must buy for (No cash if secured) all ma- ctiinery, horses house- hold furniture. Big chance to 50 to 100 per cent, of these brood mares, stallion and butter cowe Terms to suit. Apply Box 85 Herald. Office. 255-0 .MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE j Good prospects. Apply Box A. G. FOR .house, North i KVr--il.'i Office 283-6 j Ward. (5 rooms, per month. Ap- ply IV 0. Box 1997. 285-6 0 12X j to dig a cesspit, For particulars, write O. Box 507, city. 233-Ox carpenters wanted. FOR roomed shack, in Duff Addition. Price G. Westley, FOR 100 spryig chick- Aaply W. J. Morrison.. Duff Addition. ens Apply Wilson's Auction Rooms. 284-2 FOR good, young work hors- i i iiWU. IHUS- once, a first class cook. t f R Peng's e. i -T CO, tl-lt tt Lf O J.X. -L CUV C, OIU. east of Windsor. Hotel. T 84-6 Lady sions, 1004 Redpath BOWVILLz Bowville, Nov. Bradley was in Lethbridge Thursdav and Fri- day. B. White soon be resting himself by a good fire at home. It is almost too cold to drive stage. Simm, Stevens, and brother George are again to be seen at Bowville. Mr. S. A. Wyman is -again seen about. (I The Literary last week was if noorlv attended, the too cold. woman dish- washer. Apply Alexandra Cafe. very being FOR heating stoves. Ap- o Major W. B. Burnett, 622 Court- _________ Street. 284-0 WANTED-150 FQR SALE_A snap. A One-dhair bar- going wages paid. Elk oo. ber including barbers chair. V JHOS" I iner, B. C. "French plate mirrors, barber's pole, marble wash basin, bottles, hot water tank, gas stove, etc. 'Apply at Wil- to assist dining room and upstairs work. Hotel. Balmor-al j son's Auction Rooms. 282-01 282-0 SITUATIONS WANTED. j FOR good large heating stove. Apply Manager LetWbricige jL-atiridry Co. WEDDED !N QUEBEC of B. Hodges; "OLD COUNTRY" For the accommodation of as housekeeper. FOR snap. A good work considerable experience.. Apply Mrs j horse. Price 5S5.00. Apply John Tay- Harry B. Owen, City P. 0. 2S2-G j ior i269 Dufferin St.'or" McKeown Hardware Co. 28S-2 j _ i Scotch, wish position in a re. visiting the Old Country, j hovseinan; wi 1 F0? of 2 bedrooms, chamber- j room arid'' kitchen. Pur-chaser n.n-.i sailing from St. John, the or '.vailivss., -own i option of renting house. 6 rooms, 'Railway will start a or country, or on farm. Apply Box j modern eoiivpiiiJnces. Apply 303 Vrc from 2S3-G prnnton St. HCR5H SziZURE I Dav three ing tonight. I Morns called the "fwenty-Cne Animals and Carload of laments Didn't, Pay Duty Deported, Goods Conftscatad icino -Hat, Nov. from fire are added to by a {the latter part of last, week the local nips and other roots 91.6-1 per possibility of fire from heating Counted Police were on the qui vive of hay and clover 88.68 per cent., and jparatus. deserve perhaps more notice' of fodder corn 00.OS per cent. Total value of the four crops than ar, other times. "AI." pointed j 1 uut the extra large double exits at to m-nke a seizure concerning which they were by They as against both and rear, the electric wir-jwero given the numbers of two cars in'-r in conduit, the fireproof lining which had been loaded with jtrniri No. 06 of November 29th. This The wi'ihiius took place in Quebec ['car will run through to St.. John to i T on Tuesday of last week of Mr. A.B. with, the "Empress of H-cdgos, Medicine Lodge, and- Miss December 3rd and Helen. Middlcron Ilanekel. ot Liver-1 on December 4th. pool, England. For apply to i Miss Hanckel, who has been a guest at tin1 residence of Mr. George I Calvary. McDonald, Head Lake, for MISCELLANEOUS WANTS ,ny G. P. i ranch _cr any R. A cent, or C. Lernax.. Ticket last year. Portato rot did mhch harm in Maritime provinces in conse- I of of heavy rains, but in Ontario picture machine gallery, which fanu iinplernent.s. to it absolutely impos- and Quebec the vicld and with -its sometimes attending pnnic. etc.. at wlio had Banner- past year or so., left for England in September and on her return to Can- j ada last week was accompanied as far as Quebec by Rev. Dean Hodges and i Mrs. Hodges, parents of the groom. J The Bishop of Quebec Dcrformed marriage ceremony and the bride and groom arrived in Medicine Hat on Monday evening en route to the for- mer's ranch south of the Hills. TENDERS Spring Coulee, j and gents cast off 2S3-6 i shoes, huts, guns, pistols and musical instruments, trunks and "valises, and scconrl hrmd fpmi'vn'p. Apply to tfce Harvard Tailoring Co., 330 Crabb St., P. 0. Box 2094. 235-11 c. _ r. er soeks ment Alberta and B. C. Brick Masonry on i First class 'reie'r-enoes. Apply En- j Th" the Provincial J ail gineer, Langdeii, Ahv 231-6 ''a Near Leth- Building bridge, Alta. taken in aone at private homes' Good wnrl- at reasonable rates. Mrs. Both am Ave., beside railway track addressed to the Deputy .Minister of j Public NVorkts, Edmonton, and en- j dorsad "Tenders ior the Brick Mas-} onry -on the Provincial'Jail.-Building b-nn-ht' Caljrarv. Alta., Nov. W.! near Lethbridge" will be received up' U-.UIL_.J1U, i i 1 _ _T_ _ C1 rt rt Al 222-0 j TO BANQUET MR. GUSHING TO RENT them over from North and was v.-, iiitcd line -for obtaining undt-r false pretences. It seem- to obtain trace ol the 12 noon Saturday Noyem- Co., Leth- bridge, Alta., requires representatives in every town in Alberta to sell their .show tickets, magic lan- tern slides ?nd signs. Good men can make big money "in whole or -part time. Apply Manager.- 273-30 LOST OR STRAYED _______" '________ j and white pinto pony, halter and blanket on. Tnfor- TO -oom. modern, i mation leading to its recovery IS Will b Apply Ali-xandra Cafe. 235-5! 1 I 52 i o I J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer hns received instructions from Mr. D. D. Steinman, "to sell by Public Auction, at Stirling on Thursday, Nov. 18th.f AT NELSON GRAHAM'S LIVERY AND SALE STABLE TEE; FOLLOWING VALUABLE "STOCK: span of large mules 8 years old; 1 span-of geld- ings, weight about each, 7 years old; 1 Pereheron brood mare in foal to a thoroughbred Pereheron horse; 1 Kentucky saddle horse 3 years old; 1 large single driving mare, in broke 6-years' old; 1 line yearling filly, sired by Fly-on, he th a mark of 2.08 and sire 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 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 us the proprietor has rented his farm. sums of twenty-five dollars, cash; over that amount 12 months credit on furnishing approved joint notes with 3 per cent, interest from date of sale. SALE COMMENCES AT ONE O'CLOCK J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. D. D. STEINMAN, Proprietor in pl.-'tin -clothes, went out to to si-e what he could find i JJ2J tlicri-.1 At midnight'u freight came i alojig as ho was in the yards -and he I spotted the cars and got into con- 1U i versation with the men in charge. On ascertaining that one Joe Daly was with the crowd he telephoned into I the Hat ior a couple of plain clothes men and on their arrival placed Daly under arrest and sent him in to the The Famous in if RiiToyni ililt HOiyluo T. S. MuCenzie, Dist. Agent may be seen and. form of'Tender had modern convenience-. Terms Herald office. application at the office 'of In- sonablc. i spector of the Court H-ouse Building, j --------------_----------------------- LM-hbridgc or of the branch" office I TO roomed hous- j -if the Department of Public Works, -.vitli electric light- and j Calgary. 274-Ox Whipple (well borer) fitted had the misfortune to lose his pocket Wujwork St., North. Ward. Each tender must be accompanied i A. "Frayne, Duke St. by an accepted cheque payable to j________________'______ the Minister of Public Works to the; Apply 234-6 Phone 274 P.O Box 547 G-etyour Orders in Early. For a first-class job in g barracks. There was no. sign of the! CLEANING" AND DYEING- amount of The successful bidder, if any, will be required to enter Into a contract and provide a surety bond or a mark- ed cheque for the sum of The cheques of the bidders will be returned within three TO and suites of of- fices in the Sherlock Fireproof Build- ing. Heat, elevator and janitoring Apply R. E. Sherlock, Box -2R3-25 days after the execution of the con- Also heater for sale. Apply TO room, modern. AUCTION SALE At BONNELL FURMAN'S Livery .Barn on NOVEMBER 20th, at 3 p.m., by I SATURDAY, x WILSON, Auctioneer received Instructions from F. D. Shaw, Esq., Collector I of "Customs, 1 will Sell by Public Auction the following, p One Team Grey Mares, well matched, weight about 2400 Ibs.. other Daly and the prisoner denied all knowledge of him, stating that he Imu no brother by the name of Jack. Corp. Ashe, however, jumped a freight and .went over to Seven Persons where he w-as shown a man who was waiting for. stocK at the station. Identifica- tion as not difficult as Daly is a giant, standing something over six foot seven. Advancing a wonderfully ef- fective argument Ashe. persuaded him to hold up his hands and after search- ing him and rinding no weapon took him into custody and brought him into the city. Sheriff Ericksori and Deputy Sher- iff C. B. Hughes, of Pierce County, tforth Dakota; J. E. McCartv a lawyer of York, North Dakota, and John Morrow, a lawyer of Boissevain, Manitoba, are all in the city. The two latter are -representing the States Attorney of North Dakota. On being brought before Insp. Park- er on Monday, Daly decided to fight extradition and was held until the necessary papers arrive. The charge against him ;irises, it. is alleged, through the oy him of sev- eral 'thousand dollars' worth of mer- chandise of various kinds in Pierce County, North Dakota, and the re- moval of them to Canada. Mr. D. G. White is acting for the defence. This morning there were additional developments when Immigration Of- tract. Brunton St. 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. Horses TOP Sale J Mares and Geldings, all ages and weights, and all good stock W. R. Virtue Lethhridge, Alta. lies' or (rents1 Clothes call at} The right is reserved to reject any! or all bids, or waive any defects. i JQ. in Odd FHE CITY DYE WORKS 30S 2SO-6 _ ,_ Deputy Minister, of Public Works. erate, Apply to Dated at Edmonton this Day of November, 1909. Fourth book on Nov. 1st, whilst travelling between Sundial government well on the corner of township 11 range 20. Will the finder please no- tify Mr. Whipple at Sweet Valley P. 0. 275-0 Hill Block and Ar- lington Hotel, a hinged end gate from wagon. Finder kindlv return to Rex Virtue, Redpath St." 280-6 NOT. 4 from Nortk Ward a black gelding, with halter and jsicot chain, brandedX C and wine glass JU ytoces.m uact bottom uowards hay -hook. Tinder Block, excellent position. Terms mod- 1 wm receive reward by. return- A C2, TXTii'n.aT' rm m The above team is under seizure and will be sold to defray duty charges. This team is now on view at the above Livery Bam TERMS CASH, W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer Phone 189 ficer Humphries, of Lethbridge, ar- rived in the city and on information supplied him in reference to Daly's previous .record, he ordered the pris- oner's deportation to North Dakota. The Customs Department has seized 21 horses-and the car of implements aa no duty was paid on them on en- tering Canada. Joe Daly, who was the first of the be wrested, has been given his liberty. A cultivation; good house, sta- A homesteader who has exhausted For Sale Improved irrigated farm ad- joining the town of Coal- {jaig jgQ all SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 .years old, may homestead" a 'quarter-section of. available Dominion land-in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or "Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency .or Sub- Agency for the district.- Entry by proxy may be niade any on certain conditions by father, mo- ther, son, daughter, brother or sister of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation ;of the -land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine n'tiies of his home- stead on a farm of at- least 80 acres solely owned and him or his father, mother; son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing -may .pre-empt a quarter-s-ection alongside his home- T. stead. Price per acre. Duties reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead en- try (including the time required to natentl and cultivate ble, granary, etc. Full water right. cash, balance to suit purchaser. For price and full particulars -see, R A. SUGGITT COALDALE CITY M M i fifty acres extra. his 'homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. Duties Must reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect A, house worth W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. Ottawa, .Canada. Unauthorized publication of this v advertisement will not be paid for. TO houses on Courtland between Barrett and West- minster Road, fully modern and in excellent repair. Apply C. B. Bow- man agency, Acadia Bldg. 273-0 j I ing to Thos. ranee Avei, North Ward, Lethbridge P. 0. 454 282-4 MISCELLANEOUS 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 FOR Saturday, a single room in Sadowski block across street from Herald office. a month in advance, furnished; month in advance, unfurnished. Light, heat and bath free. Apply J. "B. Kelsey, Shepard Block, between 7 'and 8 p.m. FURNSHED furnished suitable for two gentlemen. Terms moderate, 424 Smith St. Ciose in. 280-6 TO single and dou- ble1 bedroom witlh use of sitting room. Apply Westminster Niven St. 282-6 TO rooms. Apply 808 Ford St. near English church. S4-2 TO and board for or two young men, 524 Smith Street. 84-2 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 by others, because we get the. money from where" it is cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne- gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be sure and see. us when you want money. Phone 394. Empire Land Co., Ott Block. 252-0 FREE desert- other departments. Duties to begin tion apply C. A. locator, Coutts, Alta. 272-26 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 MISS VERONICA dressing, scalp treatment, manicure and facial massage. Acadia Block, Redpath St. PRIVATE MATERNITY Walwork St., North Waid. Tele- phonie'. No. 269. day. Medical cases: per day. Maternity cases: per day. Each, patient is expected to pay one week in advance and pay lor own spirits and medicines. Miss Dainty, graduate nune, in NOTICE A meeting of the directors of the Poultry association will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 17, at S o'clock in Clark's Tailor Store in Co.-Op. build- ing. All are requested to attend. D. J. WHITNEY, 284-3 President. PELTS, FURS Wanted at 405 Smith St., J. YOUNG THE ENSIGN signs, cards, price tickets, eaaitaelled let- ters, magic lantern slides, artificial palms, vines, etc. for inter- ior Ensign Co., P. 0. Eos 1817 Building, Leth- bridge. A ;