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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta I. PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, IM9. The Modern Method of Buying TcaiA WEEP DOINGS AT BUSY TABER Is to be sure of highsst quality and value by insisting on getting Taber, Nov. Monday night. Nov. 15th, the L-D-S. choir of fifty JR. A. Van R. A. Van Ornian...................... 25.90 I Report of Works aud Property com- miUee Councillor Beck reported re- necessity of painting the town hall and fitting up the council chamber, i also the laying of some additional sidewalk. The report was adopted i the Works and Property coninm- tee was authorized to go on with the Opera House, Owing to and discussionf nolice of wave which has struck this section introduce ft fay_ I the last few days, an unusually lllIM.'- gnnfne -i franchise provided for it-ensures complete satisfaction. BJack, Mixed or Natural j crowd did not attend, but considering j be everything the support given by the length of the fran- Creen in sealed lead packets in bulk jpeople Taber> it was good. and the rates to on by local i entire concert was put d adjourned.. i? Experience Counts I have had 15 years rostrum, and you can gt-t the benefit of this experience in the way I -handle AUCTION SALES which 1 conduct on reason- able terms, in town or coun- try. Advances made on re- ceipt of instructions to sell. G, WlODn Best results; prompt settle- ments Tel. 261 Office Crabb St. Sunday afternoon of Mrs. Elizabeth Combs, of NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC The public arc hereby notified that S. J. Galama, who runs a Grocery and Lumber Yard on the N..B' i Sec. 15 T. 22 R. 23 is at present in the city registered at the Coaldale Hotel, room 16. He has no in ten- tion of leaving the country, but will again leave for his home in about five days. vocal solo, "The Tideless Shore, John Francis; quartette, J- Haynes, R. Ibey, A. Tottie, and M. S. J. GALAMA v Coal QUALITY Orders Promptly Delivered PHONE 225 South Alberta Lumber Co. Limited AT THE LYCEUM LAST NIGHT The performance of "Dr. Dippee" as presented at the Lyceum last night by Messrs. Deloy and Cohn, proprie- tors of the Delor Comedians, was by far the best bill since the opening of their engagement. In spite of the fact that the weather was anything but agreeable a fair and appreciative audience gathered at the theatre and judging from the amount of applause they were thoroughly satisfied with the performance. The musical num- bers were all good, but special men- tion must be made of the "jockey" chorus, which was perhaps the best of all. The costumes in this bill are very handsome. Eddie Deloy is as good a black-faced comedian as he is recitation, JV] ing vocal solo, "Good-Bye, Sweet by Miss Goldie Wing cornet duett, Carl Loornis and R. Ibey i comic quartette. "The Fortune Tell- b sell. 3V lection by the choir vocal solo, "Making Eyes At by Miss Jen- nie Miller original reading, by Miss Orman quartette, and Song." by- Combs was born in Wetshire, Eng- in 1843, hence she was sixty failure is report- ed a The funeral service was held on "their j homestead near Grassy Lake, and the remains were laid to rest in the local cemetery. Much sympathy is felt by .the community to the strick- en familv who are left motherless. CHURCH NOTICES BUGS mm 5c a pound paid for clean cotton rags at the Herald Office. Daily Herald Market Place juo have anything to sell or to rent place it in this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for Si SITUATIONS VACANT to assist at house- work at The Alberta House, 1007, Kedpurh. 280-1 Good general scrv-iiu. Ap- pty Mrs. G. L. Vrooinan, corner and Bartlett Sts. ii88-0 immediately at John- ston's drug store. general servant. Apply to Mrs. Burnett, corner of Courtland and Glyn Sts. 287-6 carpenters wanted at once. Apply Hotson Redpath St. Leader, 319 238-3 i HiHma Van _ FoSter GetS After PIC Wing "Friendship. Love and Song." by .MISCELLANEOUS 1U31C1 UMO I Miss Goldie Wing, Mrs. Westminster Sunday School MONEY TO pay __________________-----------------------i Charles Walker and R. Ibey vocal j hold its first annual rally day tomor-j we you have (Continued from Front Page.) solo, "Loch by Mrs. D. j row afternoon at three o'clock, rent money housemaid. F. H. .Mewbuni Apply Mrs. 287-0 competent, general ser- vant. Apply Mrs. Geo. B. MacKay, 50S Westminster Road. 2S7-6 mother's help for pri- vate family Must be respectable. Apply Box M. P., Herald Office. 286-6 to, enough to build your own_ house at WANTED_Man agemeirt lookin towards -he leas- Miller; clarionet solo, "The Wayside i which parents and young people are by T. A. Sundal vocal du-ijnvited. A life saving rally day ex- intr of branch lines connecting Migs Mnler and Miss Ra- L.rCjsc be carried out in connec- the Intercolonial. i chel Russel recitation, Miss Bessie t jon with which brief addresses will i Holman selection by the choir. The be given by 0. D. Austin, Dr. Cour- These lines will only be leased on i pr0grammc was enjoyed by all, .which tice, F. S. Filmer, Mr. Collier, C. S. favorable report of the board and a ,vag evidenced by the repeated" en- i Farrow, Slark, and D. H. El- ee-rtiftcate of the diief engineer corcs vvhich were received. After the t0n. 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 is .cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne- gotiated at 7 and S per cent. Be sure and see us when you "want money. Phone 394. Empire Land Co., Ott Block. 252-0 the branch being in good working j concert a dance was given, and music Rev. Wm. Reid will conduct the ser- j PIONEER BLACKSMITH. Have order. No lease will be operative un- i ,vas furnished by the Sundal Orches- vices at the Baptist Church tomor- J til ratified by Parliament. The choir and the Taber city i row at n a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Mor- Mr. Graham also introduced, a bill! band will so to Grassy Lake on Sat-1 ning subject, "The Secret'of "amend the Intercolonial, and the j urday, Nov. 20th, and Rive, a concert j evening subject, "A Thorn in the Prince Edward Railway Employees' provident fund. It will reduce the in the meeting house there. ;Flesh." free. Everybody Mr. Henry Gibb, of Raymond, spent j welcome- limit during which Intercolonial j a few days in town visiting friends i The last in the series of addresses servants must have been in the em- j and looking after his farm near Pur- j on Social Problems, which have been ploy of the road before they are en- i pie Springs. i under discussion at the Unitarian Mr. John Haynes went to Grassy church will be delivered on Sunday Lake on Monday to secure the meet- j evening next in the .K. of P. Hall, to superannuation or .to enpv rf-iflJts of the. provident fund. Mr Grah-i added this fi'-n found necessity by leason done employees re- cently dropped from the in a short time of their eligibility for superannuation or provident fund benefits. The bill read foe first time. The following resolution -was passed and a bill founded thereon in- troduced by Mr. Fisher and read the rst time: "That it is expedient to pass an act to prevent the introduc- tion or spreading of insects, pests and diseases destructive to vegetation providing for the granting of com- pensation for matter destroyed for this purpose, the appointment of in- spectors for the enforcement of the act and penalties for its contraven- tion. ing house for the Saturday concert the Local Lay Leader, Mr. Geo. to be given by the L.D.S. choir and j Broadley, the subject, of which will I rtf PVll-vm just opened a first-class blacksmith shop in the North Ward. They are, prepared to do all kinds of blacksmithing and satisfaction is guaranteed. 233-12 dig a cesspit, close in. For particulars, write P. 0. Box 507, city. 283-Ox PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR lota for sale 75 x 40 each, north of London "Rd and west of Westminster. 5 inin. walk fi'om Contra! school., each on easy tvnas. The adjoining lots sell for And ure in the centre Iil: ler farm 1 1-2 miles southwest of Spring Coulee one dark brown hone colt, one year old, brand monogram LH on left shoulder. Liberal "iven ior. information leading to tion apply C. A. Flexon, land locator, recovery. Notify C. L. Helwig, Milk Coutts, Alta. 372-S6 River, Alta. 289-IZ ;