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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1909. Among the lines we have just re- ceived in our Car of fresh Groceries New Figs, fancy stock, per Ib Snow Apples, 4 Ibs. for No. 1 Northern Spies, 4 Ibs. for Fancy Malaga Grapes, per Ib. 20c 25c 25c 20c ;NEW PEELS AND RAISINS I JOHN R. CRAIG SELLS OUT Well-Kflown Old Timer Will Go East To Reside- Claresholffl News The "Cambra" {or Comfort... At 2 f or 25c. yon CM buy this skape In Elk Brand Darned DAKOTA." loe A New Assortment of China and Crockery We Sell Fleischman's Yeast Iff. A. McKillop Co. 4- Phone 461 (Special to the Herald) Claresholm, Nov. plans formed for the building of a skatinff rink having been found a little bit ambitions another meeting was held with a view of finding out what couid be done meantime to provide for BiG CROWDS skating wants of the community see-] ing that a complete seating rink was! not practical at the present time. Tae Eureka has been drawing stand Eventually it was decided to form J ing-room-only crowds all week, and a hockey club and the following pffi- mjght they do so. The Glad- cials were appointed. President, "W. sis.ters are in themselves worth A. Cornwall; Vice-President, D. B. i more lQan the price of admission. Vanhorn; Sec.-Treas., W. Brownlee; j Thejr are probably the most versatile Executive, Eric Moffatt, J. E. Ar- j of the'ir kind who have dell, and E. W. Frost. Manager of j been here In their pretty duet, "The the rink, Joe Griffiths. It was Qf the tney prove them- solved to make the membership fee of i seives singers of no mean ability, and the hockey club which included j in .tihejr acrODIat.ic feats they are won- a share in the club while ordinary j den-ullv ciever. These two young skating membership is to be A girls dressed and looked fink 60 by 120 is to be flooded onjrefined aud impo'sing in their inter- the ground lately occupied as Wm. j COLEMAN NOTES Coleraan, Nov. W. Mac- Mormc, with his wife and three chil- dren, have arrived at Coleman from Deloraine, Man. He will have charge of the Anglican congregation here. The water was turned off for a cou- ple of hours today owing to a break in the pipes which was soon repaired. The pipe must have got scared after the waterworks discussion at last night's ratepayers' meeting. and Sons' lumber yard while j The mi.dget Washer Bros, go along ___ _____! outside a 12 foot skating alley is to j wajr to make the Eureka a grand suc- I be formed. Thus there will be some j sliccess t.nis week. They are enter- Contractor 0. N. Ross will soon opportunity for recreation this win-! tainins in extreme in their funnv gin work on the blasting of the new j ter. roadway beside Slavtown .and Coleman. TWO FRIENDS RESCUED The Kidney and Bladder Remedy It will soon be time for the munici- pal election and as there are about j four vacancies in the council it is! lime that; the electors were bestirring themselves in the way of selecting i candidates. W. P. Teskey, a former i member of the Council, is a very Seats now' on sale at the "Arcade" igible candidate as he possesses good j every day .fop The Boston- ians next Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, November 23 and 24, boxing stunt: The pictures are exceptionally good this week too. The special circus scene act last was an additional head-liner tn performance. Get Some New Shoes At this season of the year, is most important tliat you should be well shod. Don't wait till you feel your feet getting wet or cold, or you will have trouble. We have provided a full line of shoes suitable for win- ter wear. Gall around and let us show you our stock. Royal Shoe Co FOR STERLSNG VALUE Crabb St. Op. Bank Montral THREE DROWNED AT PORT ARTHUR Port Arthur, Texas, Nov. men were drowned here yesterday a skiff capsized with a party of four while rowing across the can- al .basin. Their names are: John Marshall, Legarde Abner Bumius and Peter -Kamsen. The men came here from New Orleans. The bodies have not yet been recovered. The fourth man was rescued. which he can never repay. He suffered for years with. Bladder Trouble, and I Experience Counts 4- I have had 15 years in the rostrum, and you can get the benefit of this experience T in the way I handle i I which I conduct on reason- able terms, in town or coun- try. Advances made on re- ceipt of instructions to sell. t FRANK G. WKDDINGTDN Best results; prompt settle- ments Tel. 261 Office Crabb St. Mr. Bauer sent for a free sample of Gm The first dose did liiai so much to take them treatment completely cured nirn. _ In high glee be called on bis friend, Mr Simpson, to tell the'latter about his recovery and what a -wonderful remedy Gin Pills proved to be. Mr. that time, was suffering intensely with his Kidneys. Gin Pills were promptly recommended and the grat- j ifying result that both these good fnends are well and happy men today. Gin Pills are a special remedy ior three special Bladder and Urinary Troubles. For these, Gin Pills are sold with an absolute guarantee of prompt relief or money refunded, 5Uc. a box, 6 for Write National Drug Chemical Co. Dept AD Toronto, for free sample. business acumen and has experience in j the matter, coupled with considerable: I ciiergv. Another Avho would make a j good councillor is F. W. Priest, who I has the advantage of considerable j practical experience in the matter of I waterworks and mechanics gencrallv j which is a much felt want on the; council. Kenneth Ferguson, store-! is a young man of great abil-; and at the Lyceum Box Offics every even- ing after 7 p.nx SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS GOVERNMENT WILL TRY ity who might with advantage be added to the council. The water system has been out of order this week owing to the town TO SAVE FUEL SUPPLY Loss by Railroads Heavv Any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-section Daily Herald Market Place yon hive inythiof to tell or to rent place it it thin column. If you want inythinf use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACANT general servant. Ap- ply Mrs. G. L. Vrooiuan, corner Itom- pas and Bartlett Sts. 288-0 immediately at John- ston's drug store. general servant. Apply to Mrs. Burnett, corner of Courtland and Glyn Sts. 287-6 carpenters wanted at onc-e. Apply Eoteon Leader, 319 Redpath St. 238-3 Apply Mrs. F. H. .Mewburn 287-0 competent general ser- vant. Apply Mrs. Geo. B. Mac-Kay, 508 Westminster Road'. mother's help for pri- vate family Must be respectable. Apply Box M. P., Herald Office. 2S6-6 room girl. Steward, Lethbridge Hotel. Apply 286-3 good competent boy between 15 and 18 years of age to learn jewelry business Apply to R. A. Wright, the Jeweller. 235-4 Good prospects. Herald Office. for office work. Apply Box A. G. 283-6 to dig a cesspit, close in. For particulars, write P. 0. Box 507, city. 2S3-Ox carpenters wanted. Apply W. J. Morrison, Duff Addition. 282-2. I once, a first class cook. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR lots for sale 75 x 40 oach, north of London Ijtd and west of Westminster. 5 JUIUK walk from Central -school. each on -iasy terms. The adjoining lots sell for And are in the centre (f the city. Apply H. Proctor. FOR room house (new) near Westminster Road, with furnace and bathroom. cash handles See us. Skt'ith and Tilley. -288-6 FOR Warner, part N. 1-2 32-4-18 containing 212 acres Price Terms, ?2.00 per acre cash. Balance easy at 6 per cent.' interest. Reply Box 122, Lethbridge, Alta 88-1 FO lots on Bruce St, at 1500 apiece. T. E. Pattern. 287-0 FOR good lots on Char- les St., ,close to Westminster Road Price each. One-third cash balance. 3 and 6 months. Apply The Canadian Real Estate Co., Room 9 Bryan Block, Phone 211 87-6 FOR acres 8-19. Ap- ply Box H., Herald office. J72-6 FOR proposition will pay its way. Will rent 1-2 section ir- ngated land 2 1-2 miles from Letb- bndge; 9.roop house, cistern, cel- lar and phone. Stable 22 horsea 80 acres in fall wheat. Stubble mostly turned. worth of hay produc- ed annually. Renter must buy tot (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 butter cowe Terms to suit. Apply Box 85 Herald. Office- 355.0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR BALE FOR SALE OR one heavy team, one buggy and light team, harness, two mares m foa1 thoroughly broken, weight iuout JliO and 700 respectively, also one good saddle. Apply Box 500 HeraU. offi- ce, or Brook's Store, N. Ward 88-6 Washington, Nov. In view of i j i rapidly diminishing fuel supply of well becoming dogged. It will not! _ be in proper order till cleaned out. j the Unitcd States the great railway conditions 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 acres AUCTION At the LABOR HALL on SATURDAY At 2.30 Promot SALE NEXT, NOV. 20. FRANK G. WADDINGTON Instructed by Mr. Eado will sell by Public Auction, and without reserve-, u uantity of useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Etc. Including a DOHERTY PIANOFORTE in Mahogany recently IK-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 tne usual kitchen sundries, Crockery, etc., also a nearly new REMINGTON TYPEWRITER' la-test model. Phone 261 Auctioneer's Office, Crabb St. another well which gave''svstems of tne country are to be urg- solely owned and occupied by him or ed adopt measures for economy of bv llis father, mother, son, daughter, on private and it has been jfue1' thus assisting in the great work or conserving the natural resources of the nation. This announcement was a sood s went out ot gear quite a hard job getting water. Mr. Bone, the engineer ot the wa- ter-works, yesterday inspected and tested two miles of piping on the made by the joint committee on con- servation, the national clearing, house water-svstcm and considered the for state conservation commissions. same satisfactory. The water tower will be shortlv erected contiguous the electric light plant house. rhe Jf a by Ralph chairman of the conserva- tl0 committee ot the international 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 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- ors beine installed and the light' government forester, and Dr. J. A. j chased homestead in certain districts. nn TM_ i Holmes, expert in charge of the tech- Price per acre. Will SOOn be turned On. 1 hlS Will j rpsirip in PAfh nf fhrpp Tinlno-ir- nf riru-il nc-icf dm- reblCU: SIX III Oi Wiiec make a lot of difference in the town! ot the Geologist Sur cultivate fifty acres and erect which has been most gloomv Thls was lormed k house worth i to estimate the best methods by -yv W CORY Pe.ttv larcenv has been rather too n plant arrived last week and the boil- railwav association, G-ifford Pinchot, Deputy Minister of the Interior. common of late and G. J. Braren had Ottawa, Canada. stolen from outside i road being burned improperly publication of a Srifi ovcrcoa his store the other day. John R. Craig has sold his ranch consisting of a section to Wm. Mao i kinnon of Buffalo at the price of 300. Mr. Craig intends to leave for the east soon and will live there for 1lie future. and m various smaller said advertisement will not be paid Mr. Emerson, fully fifteen per cent of the total fuel cost, and; in some instances as hign as thirty j or forty per cent. Economy can be effected in the fuel supply if proper attention be given by the railway managements. for. MISCELLANEOUS of available Dominion land in Mani-jLady preferred. At the Victoria Man- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The St. 2S1-0 applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Ag-ency for the district. Entry by proxy may be made at any agency FOR house, North 'VVard, 6 rooms, per month. Ap- ply P. 0. Box 1997. 235-6 Good finish- ers wanted. Apply W. Watts, con- tractor. Alberta Block. 236-3 to assist in dininj room and upstairs work. Hotel. Balmoral 232-0 SITUATIONS WANTED by strong, well educated young willing to do any tiling. Understands horses and machinery. Apply Box J., 88-C SITUATION Scotch, wish in a hotel. Man good horseman; wife chamber- maid or waitress. Anywhere, town or country, or on farm. Apply Box 0., Herald. 233-6 WOKE jobs under- taken about houses, offices or other- wise, also furnaces attended by handy man. Apply K, Box 2040 P. 0. 283-6 WORK ranch or any common work by man and wife. Ad- dress W. H. Puckett, Sprint Coulee, Alberta. 283-6 FOE salesmen show cases. Good as new. A. M. Dowsley, Johnston's Drug Store. 286-4 FOR roomed shack, in Duff Addition. Price C. Westley, FOR good young work hors- es, can be seen at J. R. Perry's 3rd door east of Windsor Hotel. 84-6 FOR heatinsr stoves. Ap- ply to Major W. B. Burnett, 622 Court- land Street. 234-0 FOR snap. A one-chair bax- 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. 282-0 FOR snap. A good -work horse. Price Apply John Tay- lor 1269 Dufferin McKeown Hardware Co. 2S8-2 FOR SALE OR six roomed house on Burdett street, im- mediate possession. Enquire The Canadian Real Estate Co., Room 9, Bryan Block. Phone 211. 2S7-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS taken in Gone at-private homes. Good work at- reasonable, rates. Mrs. Botharn Torrancfc Ave., beside railway track 222-Os TO RENT MONEY TO pay rent when we can let you have money enough to build your own house at i Coleraan Did Not Hurry Decision j 6 per cent. We loa-n money on all "Among the methods for saving I kinds of citv on terms that .cannot be made by others, because coal may be mentioned consistent and we get the money Jhom it Jfi individual instruction of firemen as cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne- AUCTION SALE i Bompas Street, cm OXLAND'S COR- SAL. Rear of 410 SATURDAY, at 2 o'clock (Continued from Front Page.) The new roadway between Coleman and Slav town will cost more than i J5 i the taxes coming in m several years. j A new ward school will be a matter j soon0 to be considered as the school al population is increasing. The curfew pi I bell is advisable but the village coun- j such a thing as spending money to i make more. rh If Coleman is incorporated then new OI industries can be induced to locate here. There arc opportunities for making brick and fire brick while ?5S pulp wood is abundant. There is a j bright future ahead for a large town ___________________________________________. i in the Crow's Nest Vallcv. I i Others spoKe but no.new argu men is were brought out. As the hour was late and many wished for further consideration of the question, the meeting adjourned to meet in the j same place next Wednesday at 8 p.m. To the writer Mr. Ross of Fernie stated that he merely spoke against incorporation so as to put the men on their iMettle and so stir up debate. He admitted that there were many arguments in favor of incorporation. 1 Frank G. s> _LJU-.._.JIHUJUU--- t X Is Instructed by R. F. Petrie to Sell by Public Auction as pr ibove. a I TEAM OF DARK BAY GELDINGS weighing 2.800 Ibs. Good workers and perfectly sound- 1 Other horses may be included in the sale. Send particulars to THE AUCTIONEER. Crabb Street. Telephone 26! I I At BONNELL FURMAN'S AUCTION SALE I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER Livery Barn 20th, at 3 p.m., on by W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer f Having received instructions from F. D. Shaw, Esq., Collector 3? of C'Jbtoms, 1 will Beii by Public Auction the following, vie. One Team Grey Mares, well I matched, weight about 2400 Ibs. The above, team is under seizure and will be sold to defray duty charges; This team is now on view at the above Livery Barn. TERMS CASH. W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer Phone 189 Wilson the auctioneer, is having a