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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TMS LL'THBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1909. a Sensa tional comedy cyclists. Pictures 1 Charlotte Cerday 2 His First Girl 3 Tile Belated Meal FSorine The great specta ular and novelt dancer. Deli The Magician and expert coin manipula- tor. Continuous Performance i i i I New Songs, New Costumes, Newp Music, Moving Pictures, and Illustrated Songs between the acts "i To-morrow Night Juvenile Bostonians j IN P 'BERTA'S BILLION'" Babe Mason as Berta Tickets Now on Sale t t MR. BUSINESS MAN. Do you wish to dispose of your businese? Or do you require more help to carry it on? In either case we can help you. By our big branch system we can get you a good purchaser or supply you with high grade competent help. Prompt service, careful selection. Property your farm lands with us. Call and see us and we will show you why. Block The Canadian Real Estate Co. PYRIGHT Pleasant and Palatable our beverages are the drink par ex- cellence. Strictly pure and highest grade, the quality never varies. "There HJO but none better. Cool- ing, refreshing., wholesome and agree- able. Our sarsaparilla, ginger ale, lemon soda, etc., have gained a :epu- tation accorded to none others. Bot- tled in absolute' cleanliness. Purity ifuaranteed. The Lethhridge Brewing and Malting Comoany, Ltd. BENEFIT CONCERT A. well attended and enjoyable con- cert was held in the Trades Hall on Saturday evening the aus- pices of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and .Joiners. Amongst those who took part were Bert Vin- er, an oW favorite, who was warmly received and enthusiastically encored. Mr. Gibson sang a couple of songs which were well rendered and equally i well received. Edpar Brenner ren-1 dered a couple of comic songs and was loudly encored. A number of Scottish songs were given by Miss Scott and Mrs. Patter- son, and as there were quite a num- ber of people1 present from "the land o: cakes and it goes with- out saying that they were enthusias- tically encored, as well as the Bag- pipe Band, which rendered two selec- tions and ;were loudly encored on each occasion. The literary part of the programme was undertaken by Miss Scott, who recited "My First Bawbee" in a pleasing and dramatic style, and a recitation by Mr. G-eo. Broadley en- titled "King John and the Abbot of Canterbury." The musical part of the programme consisted of a pianoforte selection by Mrs. G. Needham, violin solo, with piano accompaniment by Mr. Jno. A. Campbell, and Mrs. Patterson, and Mr. Meldrum, who very acceptably presided at the piano, and as a wind- up to a very pleasant time Mr. Har- rington danced "The Highland -Fling" all of which was highly applauded. The concert was given in aid of a sick member of the union, who will as a result of the affair, receive a nice little wad of money from the proceeds. which is inclined to be of a spectacu- lar nature, breezy and bright. Theatre goers will be treated to something the like of which they have not had the privilege of seeing for some Reno, the ma- gician. Dell Reno is a master in his tricks are new and at coin manipulat- ing he is an expert. He will un- doubtedly prove interesting and mys- tifying. Pictures at the Eureka are always good. A BILLIARD CHALLENGE I hereby challenge any resident in Lethbridge (Abbott preferred) to a game of billiards for a certain stake. Game to be 500 up spot-barred and to be played at the Arcade. ERNEST BOSWORTH. AT THE EUREKA THIS WEEK Last week's show at the Eufeka was a great crowd drawer, but judg- ing from the programme, the artists slated to appear this week will .equal ry hoid tneir own with those of last week. Valdare and Varno, a team of re- nowned cyclists not only get away with funny and clever stunts but they iiave a number of hair-rais- ing sensational feats to their credit. "Florine" is a novelty dancer, who win appear all next week. Her pretty costume gives charm to act OHIO HAVE A CHIMNEY SWEEP A licensed chimney sweep is the next provision the council is to make for the public safety. At the council meeting last Saturday evening, Chief Kilkenny asked the council to take the necessary steps to permit of such a position. Aid. Hatch said the ap- pointment of another official would incur extra expense, but the chief ex- plained that there would be no cost to the city. The sweep would make good money and it would be a good thing for the city, as a sweep os much needed, especially in the busi- ness blocks and the apartment blocks. He nad been inspecting the chimneys and found them full of soot. The owners did not know that they had ever been cleaned. This was a great danger as the great majority of fires start from the soot in the chimneys catching fire. He explained further that n 'thoroughly broken, weight ibout and 700 also one good saddle. Apply Box 500 Herill offi- ce, or Brook's Store, N. Ward. 88-4 FOR fcouae, North Ward, 6 rooms, per month. Ap- ply P. 0. Box 1997. 23541 FOR roomed shack, Addition. Price C. Westley, FOR heating, stoves. Ap- ply to.Major W. B. Burnett, 622 Court- land Street. 284rO FOR snap. A one-chair bar- ber outfit, including barbers chair, stand with marble slab, two berel French plate mirrors, barber's pole, marble wash basin, hot water tank, gas stove, etc. Appiy at Wil- son's Auction Rooms. 288-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS for rent, something warm and comfortable. Must be fully modern and in residential part of city. Preferably close in. The Lethbridge Land and Coal Co., Box 428, City. 290-O rent a 2 or 3 roomed shack, for middle of December, fur- nished or unfurnished. Write Box 33. Herald office. 290-6 FOR honey in comb. Price 25c a Ib. Apply D. J. Whitney, Boz 377, City P. O." 86-% by the day. Apply Miss Wisbee, P. 0. Box 502. Leth- bridge. and gents off clothing, shoes, hats, guns, and_ musical instruments, tm I valises, and second hand furnitiuc. Apply to the I Co., 330 Crabb P. 0- Box 2094. 28S-11 The Ensign Co., Leth- bridge, Alta., requires Tepresentatirea in in sell their show cards, price tickets, magic'lan- tern slides signs. Good men caa make big money in whole or time. Apply Manager. 275-3i LOST OR STRAYED TO shack and good siz- ed stable. Close in. Apply G. P. Kroninsr, next door to Windsor hotel. 2S6-6 LOST OR geldings, one sorrel and one bay. almost white. Weight about 1600 Ibs. each. V. Ven- num, Warner, Alberta. Barrhill and Carmangay, via Black Spring Ridge and Bowville, to com-._____________________________ __ mence at the pleasure of the Post- j TQ EENTmStable aocommodation for master General. Printed notices containing further information as to conditions of pro- posed Contract may be seen and blank forms of Tender may be obtained at une Post Offices of Barrhill, Black Spring Ridge, Bowville and Carman- gay, and at the office of the Post Office Inspector. D. A. BRUCE, Post Office Inspector- Post Office Inspector's Office, Calgary, Oct. 29, 1909. three horses, central. Apply South- 'ern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Bryan 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. S7-6 TO shack 12x20. Near new standpipe. a month. Ap- ply H. Ford, 1214 Fisher St. 2S8-6 sorrel mare, branded L. H. on left shoulder and bay gelding branded 7 reversed L on left'hip. Write A. A. Johnston. Lethbridge. 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 TO room for young men, 3rd white house west of West- minster School, North Ward. Com- j fortable and convenient quarters. 87-6 Mail Contract SEALED TENDERS addressed to the Postmaster General, will be re- ceived at Ottawa until noon, on Fri- day the 10th of December, for the con- veyance of His Majestys Hails, on a proposed Contract for four years, Barons and Bowvilks via Barrhill, to commence at the pleasur-e of the Postmaster General. Printed notices containing further information .as to :conditions of pro- posed Con tract; may'be-soen and blank forms of Tender may be obtained at the Post Offices of Barons (Bkyney) Bowville and Barrhill, and at the office of the Post Office Inspector. D. A. BRUCE, Post Office Inspector. Post Office Inspector's Office, Calgarv, Oct. 29, ,1909. TO rooms in modern house. Apply 1245 Bompas St. 289-6 TO furnished bed sit- ting room, steam heated and electric light, suitable for one or two ladies of gentlemen. Apply 819 Crabb St. south. 289-0 TO 1st. S roomed house, fully modfiTn, with Bom- pas" and Glyn. Apply to The George M. Hatch Co.. Oliver Block. 239-2 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 COAL ORDERS left at the People's Drug Store, North Ward, will receive prompt attention. Phone 445. 290-6 April 25 from Mil- ler farm 1 1-2 miles southwest of Spring- Coulee one dark brown horse colt, one year old, brand monogram LH on left shoulder. Liberal reward given for information leading to his recovery. Notify C. L. Helwig-. Milk River, Alta. 289-12 MISCELLANEOUS TO automo bile, 32 horse power, four cylinder good as new, will exchange for city property or farm land's. For partic ulars call or write, E. C. Ludtke, Bow Island, Alta. 87-6 FREE desert- other departments. Duties to begin tinn fl.nnlv 0 A THpYrnri. locator. 272-28 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 u cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne- gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be sore and see us when you want money. Phone 394. Empire Land Co., Ott Block. 25SK) ;