Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR Bulk Tea Loses Flavor It not only loses flavor but it takes on new ones, such as kerosene, molasses, coffee, soap, etc., to say .nothing of its- exposure to sun. dust, dirt and air. To overcome this s sot nly senled lead n bulk BLUE BOOK IS LAID ON THE TABLE Deals ings Of the Imperial Conference PUT IT UP TO MANITOBA Sir Wilfrid Laurier's Intim- ation About 'Extension Of Boundaries has taken "to improve trade relations; Germany and if it is intended to assist the representatives of the! German-Canadian Economical Asso- eiation now touring Canada. j Dr. Roche was told by Sir Wilfrid j Laurier that it was not the huen-j tion oi the government lo introduce; a bill for the extension of the boun- i daries of Manitoba until the resolu-! year and another for pounds per year and asked what could be uouu for the money. For the latter amount the admir- alty suggested four cruisers of the improved Bristol class and one crui- ser of the Boadiceu class and six de- stroyers of the improved river class. The Boadieeii and destroyers to be placed on the Atlantic and the Bris- tol divided between the Atlantic ami Pacific. The cost of maintaiuance at _________ I Canadian rates, including interest and sinking fund would be With Proceed- i per year and the number oi men re- j quired I For pound.-? per year one i Bristol, the Boadkva and two clesiroy- vrs would be omitted, two Bristols being placed on the Pacific and one of die destroyers on the Atlantic. This i fleet would require men. i Pending the completion -of the j i s'ljips itiie .admiralty is walling to i Out., Nov. L. Broiit'ur today laid on the table lint? book containing dclibora- H of the Imperial Defence Confer- t.- in London last- to able naval tie-! The; Do.uinion beinj lion regarding thereto passed by ami Newfoundland House on July 30, 1908, was accept- j aplvea lf) COJllii1Ue existing condi- cd bv the provincial government of Lfollrf Manitoba. Mr. Templeman's resolu-j tion regarding an amendment to the! Inland "Revenue Act was passed in so that the -training oi a navy per- sonnel might be begun, officers and men being provided from the royal reserve volunteers. The ad- fonuation was un- j Would also lend officers for -his portion of j etc. Canadian ca- dets -would also be received at- Os- borne and Dart-mouth. It was also recommended that stocks equal to the accommodation of any size of should be placed on the Atlan- eparate meetimrs then took place the represen- Banking Service The Bank of Toronto, its ample and widely- extended banking facilities, its experience of. more than of banking inCanada and its well-known financial strength, is able to give its many customers an unex- celled banking service. Your Account at. this Bank, whether large or small will receive careful attention Interest paid on Savings Deposits Capital Rest BANK OP TORONTO INCORPORATED 1855 Lethbridge Branch: T. W. McEACHERN, Mgr. you have anything to sell or to rent place it iu this column. If you anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACANT -house-maid. F. H. JMewbum Apply Mrs. 287-0 competent general ser- vant. Apply Mrs. Gco. 13. Mac-Kay, PROPERTY FOR SALE FQ lots on Bruce St, at apiece. T. K. Patteson. 287-0 FOR jrood lots on Char- les St.. close to Westminster Road. Price ouch. One-third cash, balance 3 and 0 mon-ths. Apply The Canadian Real Estate Co., Room 9 Bryan Block, Phone 211. 87-6 FOR lots on Westminster Road. Block 95, lots 1 and 2. Price for the two. Apply John Tu- dor, Taimen Flidi.se store No. 3. 80-6 508 Westminster Road'. FOR acre? 6-19. 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 Letb- ______________________________bridge; 9 room house, cistern, eel- for pri- phone- Stable horses- 60 vatx- family'' Must be respectable. Apply Eox'M. P., Herald Office. 286-G to. assist at house- work at The Alberta House, 1007, Redputh. 2SG-2 j SALESMAN young man j as City Salesman and collector, one with some experience in machine business preferred. Apply to Singer Sewins Machine Co., Ford St., next Post office. 2SG-2 committee the whole and a bill founded thereon road a first time. LEMIEUX IS DELAYED BY MR. BUXTON o-al. Ottawa, Out.. Nov. House again sat, only two hours today. The brief sitting however not devoid of interest. Mr. F. D. Monk brought up two important resolutions reward- ing prop'ortional representation and segregation an-d classification of con- victs which the government -accepted Sir Wilfrid Laurier accepted the motion for a select committee to in- vcsttgate the different systems. The member for Jacques Cartier has long! turn to Ottawa as quickly been an advocate of a method where- but owing to the absence oi 3 by a judicious classification and seg-'uey Buxton, British Postmaster Gren- regation of convicts at penal institu; j eral, matters are somewhat delayed. lions and reformatories could be __------------------- hroudit about and Hon. A B. Ayles-; EXCURSIONS worth agreed with his resolution that; ui_u ow. the Wardens and Chaplains of the six i For the accommodation of Dominion 'Penitentiaries should be j who arc- visimig the "Old brought together and report on the and" sailing irom St. John, subieCt adiaii Pacific Railway will soaru a That'the passing of the training j tourist car from Calgary at 24.40k on ships of the U. S. to the Great.Lakes No. 96 of November This is! car will run "through to St. John to tative of Canada, Australia and New tic. Pacific and'St. Lawrence. 1 Zealand when general statements _ I v.vre, agreed TO in each cast-, the umej available making it impossible to j settle upon all details and these j .still remain to be decided. An ad-1 miraltv strength fnr 1 port on tube railways RAI WAYS FOR CITY OF TORONTO Toronto, Nov. W. Moves, sPecial enSmeer appointed to re- reatest, output ot a given expeiuhture could be secured; bv the maintenance of a single navy London, Nov. 17-Lord Strathcona and Hon. Rodolpne Lemkux occupied prominent places at the table in to-jwjtll tjie concommittant unity of dav's luncheon to the King of tnr'nir.fr and command. j j j however, that j the establishment Q[ and 'surface to cost Mr. Lemieux is anxious to can. i Sv-d-! It was recognized position of some ions rendered this difficult and cordingly the conference addressed j itself to determining the form in which the governments might first participate in the burden of imperial d'if once 'WitQi due resard to ships 't through the St. Lawrence Canal now the subject of diplomatic action was shown by a reply given, by Sir "-Wilfrid Laurier to Mr. Edwards of Frontenac. The Premier refuses on that-ground to bring down orders in council and correspondence in the from March 30th last year to the present time. The tide of petitions against gamb- in; tracks continues to flow strong and arc pouring in from all 'parts of the country. "-Mr. J. E. Armstrong, for years the .opponent of the G-erman surtax wants .-to know what action the government connect with the "Empress "of Bri- tain" on December 3rd and "Gram- pian" on December 4th. For -reservations apply to any C. P. R. Agent, or C. Lemax, Ticket Agent, Calgary. PRIVATE MATERNITY Walwork St., North Ward. Tele- phone No. 269. 51.50 per day. Medical cases: per day. Maternity cases: per day. Each patient is- expected to pay one week in advance and pay for own spirits and medicines. Miss Dainty, graduate nurse, in charge. t T I t AUCTION SALE At the LABOR HALL on SATURDAY NEXT, NOV. 20. At 2.30 Prompt FRANK G. WADDINGTON Instructed by Mr. Eade will sell by Public Auction, and without reserve, a uantity of useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Etc. Including a DOHERTY PIANOFORTE in Mahogany case, recently n.-w and "in splendid order; OAK DRESSERS and STANDS, BEDS, SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES, DINING and other CHAIRS, OC- CASIONAL TABLE, KITCHEN TABLES, HEATERS, LINOLE- UMS, and the usual kitchen sundries. Crockery, etc., also a nearly 'REMINGTON TYPEWRITER1 Uuest model. Phone 261 Auctioneer's Office, Crabb St. I i AUCTION SALE Bompas Street, on Rear of 410 SATURDAY, at 2 o'clock S. 0. E. WHIST DRIVE Sixteen tables were set for wUist iat the Oddfellows' Hall last night 'when the Sons of England held their second drive of: the season. At the lend of the twenty-fourth hand Miss Harrison, of North Ward, was adjudg eel the winner of the first ladies' prize .with Miss Eaton a close second. The 3lilicui and geographical conditions. ntlgmen were won by j In the opinion of the and-the} ich Dominion Desiring to create a zeg %rent to Mrs Fleet_, M aim at a distinct fleet Mf_ Fleetwood, jr. Dur-i unit- 'ung the interval refreshments were The admiralty further recommend-' served by the Daughters and Maids of ed that such a fleet unit should be! -c- composted of one armored cruiser oft Mares and Greldings, all ages and weights, and all sood stock W. R. Virtue Lethhridge, Alta. the Indomitable class, three unarm- ored cruisers of tihe Bristol class, six destrovers and three AT THE LYCEUM "The Merry Widow, was s drawin? card last night. typical Jew and keeps his audience in an uproar. The songs are all new a The with the necessary auxiliaries, such DeiOys have wound their way into as depot and store .ships. Such a the hearts of the Lethbridge'theatre fleet would require officers and g0ers by their up to the minute act- men and would cost for the ships i Eddie knows when and how to pounds, with the cost of main- j spring' his jokes, Joe Kelsey is the tainance at British rates, pounds per annum. There would, it is pointed out, be j and just what the public are looking The Mayor of ,nd it is a bill which It is entirely new. regard to ship building, armaments J The songs are the latest New York j and warlike stores on the one hand productions, ?he costumes are the and training and discipline in peace j most, costly used in the repertoire of and war on the other, there should be 1 this popular company, one common standard for all the Miss Myrtle Deloy will sing some A number of new Chor- on the stage. For Sale Improved irrigated farm ad- joining the town of Coal-" under cultivation; good house, sta- ble, granary, etc. Full water right. cash, balance to suit purchaser. For price and full particulars see. H. A. SUGGITT COALDALE CITY room girl. Apply Steward, Lethbridge Hotel. .286-3 good competent boy between 15 and 18 years of age to learn jewelry business. Apply to K. A. Wright, 'the Jeweller. 285-4 Good prospects. Herald Office. for office Apply Box worki A. G. to dig a cesspit, close-in. For particulars, write P. 0. Box 507, city. 283-Ox in fall wheat. Stubble mostly turned. worth of hay produc- ed annually. Renter must buy for (No...cash if secured) all ma- chinery, cattle, horses and' house- hold furniture. Big chance to 50 to 100 per cent, of these brood mares, stallion and cows. Terms to suit. Apply Bos 35 Herald. Office 255-0 .MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR salesmen show case's. Good as new. Apply -to A. M. Drug Store. 236-4 FOR house, North Ward, 6 per month' Ap- ply-P. 0. Box 1997. 285-6 FOR roomed shack, in Duff Addition. Price 0: Westley, FOR good young work hors- es, can be seen at'J. R. Perry's, 3rd door east of Windsor Hotel. 84-6 carpenters wanted. Apply W. J. Morrison, further charges not included in this j for. Tonight is sure to please. estimate. The Indomitable cruiser should be the first to be 'built. In a first class cook. Lady, preferred. At the Victoria Man- sions, 1004 Redpath St. 281-0 Good' finish- ers wanted. Apply W. Watts, con- tractor. Alberta Block. 286-3' woodsmen. Highest going wages paid. Elk Lumber Co. F G. Waters, superintendent, Hoa- rner, B. C. 237-0 FOR -beating stoves.-Ap- ply to Major W. B. Burnett, 622 Court- land Street. 284-0 FOR SALE A 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 1 tank, gas stove, etc. Apply at Wil- son's Auction Rooms. 282-0 FOR A snap. A good work horse. Price Apply John Tay- lor 1269 Dufferin St. or' McKeown to assist in: dining room and upstairs work. Balmoral Hotel. 282-0 SITUATIONS WANTED by strong, -well educated youth, -willing to do any- thine, understands Box 25-- Herald. 287-1 as housekeeper, considerable experience. Apply Harry B. Owen, City-P. 0. 282-6 SITUATION Couple, fleets. Only in time of war would i new songs. local navy come under the gen- us girls will be seen -ral direction of' the admiralty.0 (Judging from press reports "The the Dominion Lands Agency or; Sub- Canada's suggestions were that'iMavor oi Tokio" is one oi the fun- while a fleet unit- on the Pacific as might be desirable, it was i impossible for the present. Canada's I proposed two schemes to the admiral-! Scotch, wish position in a. hotel. Man Kood horseman; wife chamber- SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH-j maid "or waitress. Anywhere, town oirr-Mi ATioMc I or country, or on farm. Apply Box WEST LAND REGULATIONS 283-6 -Vny person who is the sole head of a familv, or anv male over 13 years WORK WANTED-Odd jobs under- taken about houses, ofaces or other-, old, may homestead a quarter-section furnaces attended by handy j Hardware Co. 283-2 FOR SALE Furniture of 2 bedrooms, dining room .and kitchen. Purchaser has option of house, 6 rooms, all modern conveniences. Apply 303 Brunton St. 282-6 FOE SALE OE .six roomed house on Burdett. street, im- mediate possession. Enquire The Canadian Real Estate- Co., Room 9, Bryan Block. Phone 211. 287-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS FOR honey in the comb. Price 25c a'lb. Apply D. 'Whitney, Box 377, City P. 0." S6-6 thoroughbred male pig. Weight about 100 or 120 Ib.s. Either Berkshire or Red Dorkes. Apply John. MeCann, Box 595. 286-6 Sewing by the day. Apply Miss Wisbee, P. 0. Box 502. Leth- 286-6 of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at Agency for the district. Entry by sv mav be made at any agency pverv put on the boards, proxy may De maae any on certam conditions by lather, mo- PORTSMOUTH WON London. Nov. ty the first one calling, for the expen- between Portsmouth and Mill- diture of 400.000 pounds sterling per in favor of the former bv 2 to 0. i Frank G. Waddington HIDES, PELTS, FURS Wanted at 405 Smith St., J. YOUNG The .Famous CftDILLIC T. S. McKenzie, Dist. Agent Phone 274 P.O. Box 547 tfetyour Orders in Early. I i 1 Is Instructed by R. F. Petrie to Sell by Public Auction as ibove, a TEAM OF DARK BAY GELDINGS weighing Ibs. Good workers and perfectly soiind- Other horses may be included in the sale. Send particulars to THE AUCTIONEER, Crabb Street. Tekphone 261 At BONNELL FURMAN'S Livery Barn on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20th, at 3 p.m., by For a first-class "job in CLEANING AND DYEING lies' or Gents: Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 353 j Experience Counts 4- I have had 15 years in the -f- rostrum, and you can get 7" the benefit of this experience 7J T in the way I handle J 1 AUCTION SALES JL which I conduct on reason- A able terms, in town or coun- f try. Advances made on re- f T ceipt of instructions to sell. T 1 FSWK ISDOINGTON I X Best prompt settle- JL ments f 4- Tel. 261 Office Crabb St. 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 miles of his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 _aeres solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. Duties reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead en- try (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A" homesteader who has exhausted his 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 -three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house .worth W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. Ottawa, Canada. publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. man. Apply K., Box 2040 P. 0. 283-6 WORK ranch or any common work by man and wife. Ad- dress "W. H. Puckett, Spring Coulee, owning typewriter, to write a few letters daily, after bus- iness hours. P. 0. Box 1S39. Alberta. taken in done at private homes. Good work at reasonable rates. Mrs. Botbarn Torrancfc Ave., beside railway 'track off 2S3-6 and gents clothing, shoes, hats, guns, and musical instruments, tm valises, and second hand Apply to the Harvard Tailoring Co., 330 Crabb St., P. 0. Box 2094. 285-11 W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer Having received instructions from F. D. Shaw, Esq., Coll PnKHe Aurvion t-he- One Team Grey Mares, well matched, weight about 2400 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 The lerta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market 175 oo EACH Situated North of Track The Alberta Railway and irrigation Co, LETHBRIDQE. GENERAL TEAMING Having bought out Wm. Taylor's transfer business, I am prepared to do all tinds of cartage. Satisfaction guar- anteed. Coal delivered C.O.D. Geo. N. McLean, Glyn St., Phone 131. THE ENSIGN signs, show cards, price tickets, enamelled let- ters, banners, magic lantern slides, artificial palms, vines, etc. for inter- ior decorations. Ensign Co., P. 0. Bex 1817, Acadia Building, Leth- Alta, TO RENT TO furnished-rooms.wirih The Ensign Co., Leth- bridge, requires representatives in every town in Alberta to sell their show, cards, price tickets, magic lan- tern slides ?nd signs. Good men caa closets in new house, each suitable make big money in whole or part for one or two. Well heated. 712 Cutbill St.; near Model Bakery. S7-6 TO modern. Apply between London Ed. and Gourtland St. 235-6 TO newly furnished rooms, by day, week or month, ail modern conveniences. Terms rea- sonable. Apply Alexandra Cafe. 285-6 time. Apply Manager. LOST OR STRAYED LOST OR geldings, one .sorrel and one bay, almost white. Weight about. 1600 Ibs. each. V. Ven- Warner, Alberta. 287-6 TO roomed house, fitted with' electric light and water. On Walwork St., Xorth Ward. Apply A. Frayne, St. 254-6 sorrel mare, branded L. M. on left shoulder and bay gelding branded 7 reversed L on left hip. A. A. Johnston, Lethbridge, 287-6 ______________________________ and white pinto ipony. halter and blanket on. Tnfor- TO ancFjjiites of leading to its recovery will fices in the Sherlock Fireproof Build- oe paid for. Box P.. Herald "or H. insr. Heat, elevator and janitoring free. Applv R. E. Sherlock, Box 87. 233-25 TO in Odd Fellows Block, excellent position. Terms mod- erate. Apply to G. B. Weller. 279-0 TO houses, on- Courtland street, "between Bartlett and West- minster Road, fully modern and in excellent repair. Apply C. B. Bow- man Acadia Bldg. 273-0 FOR Saturday.. a. single room in Sadowski block across street office. a month in advance, furnished; a month in advance, unfurnished. Light, heat and bath'free. Apply J. B. Kelsey, Shepard Block, between 7 and 8 p.m. PIONEER BLACKSMITH TO single and one dbu- just opened a first-class blacksmith shop in the North "Ward. _ They are prepared to do all kinds blacksmiihing and satisfaction guaranteed. of is 233-12 BUBS mm 5c a pound paid for clean cotton rags at the Herald Office. ble bedroom with use oi sitting room. Apply Westminster. Niven St. 282-6 TO rooms. Apply 308 Ford St. near English church. 86-6 TO cottage. Apply Box 0. K., Herald Office. 2S6-3 TO shack and good siz- ed stable.- -Close iny. Apply C. P. Kroning, next door to'Windsor hotel. 286-6 TO accommodation for three.'horses, Apply South- ern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Brvan Blk. 285-6 TO large 'front room, nicely furnished Well heated by hot air, suitable for two gentlemen. No. 1248'Bompas St. east of barracks. 87-6 C.'Mockiord, North -Ward. 284-6 Round or Redpath. streets, rose hatpin.-. Finder kindly-call at Herald office. 274-Os 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 Sweet Valley P. 0. 275-0 MISCELLANEOUS MONEY TO pay rent >rlicn TTC let you have money enough to build your own house at 6 per cent. We loan money on all- kinds city property; on terms that cannot be made by others, because we get-the. money from whereat w cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne-: gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be sure and see us when you Phone 394. Empire Land Block Ott OKO.A FREE desert- ot.hfir departments. Duties to beffin tion apply C. A. Flexon, land locator, Goutts, Alta. 272-28 TO automo- bile, 32 horse power, four cylinder, good as new, will exchange for city property or farm lands. For partic- ulars call or write, E. C. Ludtke, Bow Island, Alta. 87-6 MISS VERONICA dressing, scalp manicure and facial massage. Acadia Block, Redpath St.