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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ___ LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1909. Wesley Church Audi- torium, Lethbridge A Select Vocal Recital will be given on Thursday, Nov. 25 at 8.30 p.m. by t SIGNOR GHERARD1 The distinguished tenor, assisted by Monsieur Darimond (violinist) and Mme. Jenny Saunier (piauiste) A MAD HORSE RAN UP TAIRS i DR. CREAM Horse Pulled Up Tie! Post And Chased i After Men a I to J. oi Reserved admission 75c General admission 50c Toronto, Nov. -by mad horse which came very near killing him with its fore feet, Dr. G. Stewart, a veterinary surgeon 152 Simcoe street, had the wildest time of his life last night. About 10 o'clock last night a small boy came to his office and said to him that he was wanted to see a sick horse at the Repository at Mel- !son and Simcoe streets. He v, ent, i and things happened. i "I was just getting ready to go j when a policeman came' up and said Made from pure, grape cream oi tartar Makes home baking easy. Nothing can be substituted for it in making, quickly and perfectly, delicate hot biscuit, hot-breads, muffins, cake and pastry. Insures the food against alum. Healthfal, Reliable MAKING POWOKK OO. CHICAGO called biking; powdwr art offered you at lower price, remember they are mostly made from alum. awuluc acid deleterious to health. the horse was acting very strange. Your last opportunity to see the and that he thought it had the col- j Juvenile Bostonians tonight at the ic." said Dr. Stewart to The Tele- Lyceum. MAIL CONTRACT SEALED TENDERS, addressed iothe Postmaster will be received at Ottawa until Noon on Friday, the 10th December, for he conveyance of His Majesty's Mails on a proposed contract for four years, twice per week' each way, between Cartuaugay and Rrid Hill, via Cieverville and Thigh Hill, to commence at the pleasure of the Postmaster Gen- eral. Printed notices containing further information as to condi- tions of proposed Contract may be seen and black forms of Ten- der may be obtained at the Post Offices of Carmangay, Oleverville Reid Hill and Thish Hill, and at the office of the Post Office In- pector. D. A. BRUCE, Post Office Inspector, j Post Office Inspector's Office, VOU tu sell or 10 rent place if ie Uits column. If vou want anything; use this columu. 25c one inscrtioi 6 insertions fur Si PKOPERTY FOR SALF SITUATIONS VACANT vant Mrs. pas and Crabb A competent general ser- A. B. Stafford, cor. Bom 2D2-O general servant one who will sleep at home. Good wages. Mrs. C. Gray, corner Court- land Round Sts. 291-0 carpenters wanted Apply W. J. Morrison, Duff Addition. 291-4 i'Olt Seven lots in River Hew 1-iiiest building lots iu the city, water and sewer. Good terms. two good houses on Torrance Ave North Ward. The best terms. W ii. Johnson. Rooms 5 and C, Johnsoa FOR leto for saje 75 each north .f London ltd and 5 inin. walk A Je sell And in the oeati'e cf Apply H> for lift FOR SALE-i r0om Westminster Road, bathroom. Skeith and Tilley. (new) furnace handles. at C. W. Grey's Hardware Store. Valdare tional comedy cyclists. great spectac- ular and novelty dancer. Dell Magician and expert coin manipula- tor. Pictures 1 Settlement of Workers 2 Vampires of the Coast 3 Elastic Transformer. Continuous Performance Hygienic with clean hands is a WEBSTER'S EL PRES1DENTE CIGAR Gentleman's Cigar and the choice of a Connoisseur Manufactured by W. R. Webster Co. Sherbrooke, Que. The only cigar factory in the Dominion run on hygienic- principles. The Annual Meeting of the Lethbridge Poultry and Pet Stock Association will be held on Thursday, November 25th at S p.m. at J.E.Clarke's tailor ShoD. Crabb St All interested in pure bred poul- try are requested to attend. D. J. WHITNEY. Pres. SAD DEATH AT CHERRY MINE Cherry, Nov. L. T. Hoe today visited all the survivors who were taken from the mine Saturday and reports them as convalescing but it is still considered inadvisable to give them more than the slightest food. A General Meeting of the Caledonian Society will be held in the hall To-Morrow, Thursday, Evening, at 8 p.m. A good attendance is re- quested. the victims came today as the result of the disaster. Mrs. Charles Dovan, whose son is among the missing, vis- ted the mouth of the shaft today and as had been customary, knelt down and prayed. Soon after had returned home she died, a tim. it is believed of grief. she gram this morning. j 'The horse had been found wander- j ins: around the streets and P. C. Mo j In tosh had caught the animal and had taken it. to the repository, where j he had acted all right at first. Hit It With Pole Axe "When I got there to see the ani-' 1 mal it was tied to a hitching post i and pawing its front feet in the air and made desperate efforts to get at! me. I kept away and told the others to be careful as the horse was mad. It had pbrenitis or inflammation of: the brain and the only thing to do was to kill it. "They gave me a pole axe and I was waiting for a good chance to give the animal a good tap in the right place. I could get no one to get any- where near it and so when I ilid make a swing at it the horse, which was roaring all the time, moved its head and 1 struck ,r-it in the wrong place. Had To Run For His Life "The animal went to its knees. When it got up again it made a furi- ous plunge, tore the tie post out of the ground and made for me. I ran as hard as I could with the animal right at my heels. I yelled to a young fellow who was standing near to run for his life. "Upstairs I went and the r.nimal right after me. The watchman, who had wanted to let the animal go loose on the streets when he fo ma it was mad, had got up ahead >ne and when I went to go up to the __( next story he had the door io.-ks-d j against me. I rushed with the C j fellow into a washroom and baugerl, the door. "That horse followed us 10 the door and evidently made up its mind it was going to get cs. it pexceed- ed to smash everything in sight. It 5 couldn't open the door so it tried to 5 break through. It did break a big j hole through the double flooring and gnawed posts of hard wood. Killed Animal at Last "At last it moved a little from the door and, seeing my chance, I ran out. The horse heard me and turned right round and came galloping down the stairs at full speed after me. "I got out of the place ahead of it and we the door. After pounding away for a time with its feet we opened thr door. The beast Calgary, Oct. 29th, 1909 CURED OFJONSTIPATON Mr. Andrews praises Morse's Indian Root Pills. for dressmak- ing department. Apply MJSS Church, Dressmaker, Hudson's Bay Co. 90-6 general servant. Ap- ply Mrs. G. L. Vrooiaan, curn-r p.pm- pas and Bartlett Sts. Mr. George Andrews of Halifax, N. S., writes: i many years I have been troubled 1 with chronic Constipation. This ail- ment never comes single-handed, and I have been a victim to the many 'llnesses that_ constipation brings in 'its train. Medicine after medicine I have taken in order to find relief, but one and all left me in the same hopeless condition. It seemed that nothing would expel from me the one ailment that caused so much trouble, yet at last I read about these Indian Root Pills. That was indeed a lucky day for me, for I was so impressed with the state- ments made that I determined to give them a fair trial. They have regulated my stomach and bowels. I am cured of constipation, and I claim they have no equal as medi- cine." For over half a century Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills have been curing con- stipation and clogged, inactive kidneys, with all the ailments which result froni them. They cleanse the whole system and purify the blood. Sold everywhere at 25c. a box. 2 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who i-, the sole head oi a family, or any male over IS 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 made at any agency on certain conditions by father, mo- ther, sou, daughter, brother or sister of intending homesteader. months' residence upon general servant. Apply to Mrs. Burnett, corner of Courtland and Glyu Sis. 287-6 housemaid. Apply Mrs. Jb. H. Mewburxi FOE. SALE-Thrtt good on ies bt., clow to Westminste- Pnce eaoh. balance 3 and months. Apply Canadian Eeul Estate Co.. Room Bryan Block. 311 FOE SALE-Thia proposition pay its way. Will rent gsi'l0n will c S roona house, cistern cel- lar and phone. Stable 28 horses i acres m fall wheat. Stubble turned. worth of ha o cash per secured) all ma- SIT CATION boy wants situation, preferred where lie can attend night school. Apply to Mr. Lshii, P. 0. Box J.. Raymond. Alta. 292-6 50 to mares, to of these brood butter cows Terms to suit. Apply Bor 85 HeTalxi 255-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE SITUATIONS WANTED WORK respectable young woman requires work by the day. Apply N. S. u-i Courtland St. 292-1 SITUATION man, double young entry bookkeeping, 4 -t-i. Experience Counts I have had 15 years in the rostrum, and you can get the -benefit of this experience in the way I handle AUCTION SALES SITUATION wishes situation, timekeeper, bookkeeper or storekeeper, stenography if necessavv Mimng experience. Could take branch office lumber camp, or anywhere Ap- ply Box P.O. which J conduct on reason- able terms, in town or coun- try. Advances made on re- ceipt of instructions to sell. FMM G. fflflfllNETSN i Best results; prompt merits Tel. 261 Office Crabb settle- St. and cultivation of the land in each of three years, A homesteader may I years' experience. Address F F" live within nine miles of his home- son, Windsor Hotel stead on a farm of at least SO acres solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son. daughter brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-emoi a quarter-section alongsid'e his home- stead. Price S3.00 per acre. Duties reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead en- try (including the required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres ertra. 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. Notice statio. doing fine business. Free rent, free fuel. Splendid chance for man and wife who are hustlers. For partic- saddle, new 12 bore double barrel shot gun. Cheai for cash. Geo. Ash, 6 Hospital Ter- race. WORK jobs under- taken about houses, offices, etc Fur- naces attended by handy man. want- ing work Apply K.. Box 2040 P. O. 291-6 WAlSTED-Position by stroag, well educated young man willing to do anything. Understands horses and machinery. Apply Box J.. Hsrat L 88-C WASHlNG-r-Waihing taken in o, crone at private homes. Good at reasonable rates. Mrs. Botham lorrancfe Ave., beside railway track 222-0 3 FOR wagon als, harness which is nearly new. Owner w USe for same- Apply W. Williams, Crabb SL 2M.-S FOR SALE OR EXCHANGB-Gooi team work horses and harness new .Bain wagon, new Emerson sulky new truck, disk, new haVw FOR SALE OS EXCHANGB-For team, one buggy and. harness, two mares in __ Anyone needing the services experienced nurse with best references call at 314 Redpath St. or an how and fell to its knees. Then I swung the axe again and killed it. "I don't want any more experiences like that. That horse was bound -to kill me if it had a chance. I couldn't use a revolver on it as its head was always up in the air and the best way was to try and use the axe." Owned by Mr. Hubbard The horse was owned by J.J, Hub- bard, who is engaged in excavating a cellar at Adelaide and Simcoe streets The animal was stabled at a place j on John Street, and was apparently 'all right last night. Mr. Hubbard had paid for the animal about a' week ago, and had found nothing wrong with it. He was surprised when he saw the animal dead today. DR. physi- cian. Bryan Block, Room 21. Office hours 9-12; 2-5; 7-10. 2 MILK COWS 1 HEIFER CALF 2 4 YEAR OLD MARES 2 GELDINGS 5 AND 7 YRS. OLD 1 LARGE BERKSHIRE SOW 1 MOWER, 1 RAKE APPLY AT WILSON'S Auction Rooms Phone 189 THE BRITISH COLUMBIA AND j MANITOBA RAILWAY COMPANY To the Shareholders: NOTICE is hereby given that where- as the requirements of the Railway Act to incorporate the British Colum- bia and Manitoba Railway Company have been fully complied with, so as to permit of the o_rganiaztion of the Company, a meeting' of the share- holders of the Company will be held at the law offices of "Messrs. John- stone and Ritchie, adjoining the Un- ion Bank, at Lethbridge, Alberta, on Saturday, the eighteenth day of'De- cember, 1909, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon for the purpose of receiving the report of the Provisional Direct- ors of the Company, organizing the Company., electing directors, .and tran- sacting all other business which may properly be brought before such meet- HENBI ROY, j FRANCIS W ROLT, I JULES F. FLETJTOT, J. B. T. GABON. EDWARD HOFFMAN, J- J. B. GOSSELIN, n i T Provisional Directora Lethbndge, November 12, 1909 290-6 TO RENT Respectively, also oue good saddle Apply Box 500 Herili offi- ce, or Brook's Store, N. Ward 88-4 -------------------------------------------__ roomed shack in Addition. Price FOR snap. A one-chair bar- ber outfit, including barbers chair. berel pole, stand with marble slab, two drench mirrors, barber's e marble wash basin, bottles, hot wafer tank, son's gas stove, etc. Auction Rooms. at Wil- WANTS TO furnished room. week; also two connecting unfurnish- __ ed rooms. 1220 Bompas St. 91-2 for rent, f Y17 1" TVi o -ff j. _ Contractors for Cedar Fence Posts, Telegraph Poles, Mine Props and Timbers, Railroad and Mine Ties P.O. Box 304 Fernie, B. C. Orders ProinptJy Delivered PHONE 225 I South Alberta Lumber Co. Limited Notice NOTICE is hereby given that ap- plication will be made at the next Session of the Legislative Assem- bly of the Province of Alberta, for an Act incorporating the Old Line Insurance Company, a com pany formed for effecting insur- ance against loss from fire, light- ning, accidents, and casualties, and doing all things appertaining thereto, and connected therewith Dated at Lethbridge, this 3th day of November, A.D., 1909. W. J. Walker, Applicant. FOR SALE OR Small house and good lot (large in Staffordsville. new Will sell cheap. Apply P. o. Box 1951. Odd Fellow Block, excellent position. Terms mod erate. Apply to G. B. Weller. 279-0 TO RENT-Two houses on Courtland street, between Bartlett and West minster Road, fully modern and in excellent repair. Apply C B Bow man agency, Acadia Bldg. 273-0 TO Furnished rooms for rent suitable for man and wife for light housekeeping, with ali modern con- eniences. Apply 425 Bartlett St. H. Tyhurst TO Comfortable shack 12x20. new standpipe. a month. Ap- ply H. Ford, 1214 Fisher St. 2S8-6 '0 room for young men, 3rd white house west of West- minster School, North Ward. Com- ortable and convenient quarters. 87-6 MISCELLANEOUS TO automo Oile, 32 horse power, four cylindei good as new, will exchange for citj property or farm land's. For partic mars or write, E. C. Ludtke. Bow Island, Alta. MONEY TO LOAN-Why pay rent when we can let you have money enough to build your own house 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 ie cheap. All kinds of farm loans 'ne- gotiated at 7 and 8 per oeut. Be sure and see 3M. when you want money. Empire Land Co., Ott 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 or gentlemen. Apply 819 Crabb St south. 039.0 LOST OR STRAYED LOST on STRAYED-TWO one sorrel and one bay, almost Weight_about 1800 Ibe. eaok. V. num, Warner, Alberta, 525 REWARB-For branded L. M. on left ahouldftr bay gelding branded 7 rtvwied L M Lethbndge. A- oren (well borer) the misfortune to lose his pocket book oa NOT. 1st, whilst traYeiliMf between Sundial and the government well on the corner of township 11 range 20. Will the finder please mo- dify Mr. Whipple at Sweet Valley P. FOR room house. Torrance Ave., North Ward. Ready for oc- A__I_. -n _ _ r.U. 291-5 FOR RENT-Dry storage space for limited amount of merchandise or household goods in basement of Whit- ney Block. The Whitney Block. 0. W. Kerr Co.. 291-6 TO furnished room, eight dollars a month aign rwn rooms 1220 Bompas TO furnished room suit- able for two gentlemen. Terms mod- 421 Sf., in April 25 from Mil- er 1 1-2 miles south-west of Spring Coulee one dark brown fcone colt, one year old, brand monogram -H on left shoulder. Liberal reward 'nven for information leading to his ecovery. Notify C. L. Milk River, Alta. bay mare. 6 years old. tar on forehead. Had harness on. White hind feet. Finder kindly re- turn to or notify John Olson, Diamond City. Alta., and receive reward. 92-6 FREE desert- other departments. Duties to tion apply C. A. Flexon, land Coutts, Alta. 272-38 PIONEER BLACKSMITH just opened a first-class blacksmitk shop in the North Ward. They are prepared to do all kinds blacksKsilhing and satisfaction is guaranteed. 283-12 COAL ORDERS left at the People's Drug Store, North Ward, will receive prompt, nffontion. Phono ;