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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQE FOUR THt LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, MOVING .PICTURES.' ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE Yaldare 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 Edison Phonographs Are sold at one price ail over Canada. We pay the freight. Why send away and pay extra We have a big tment of tnach- nes and records NO W Tte Letiibrle Sporting Goods Company Churches already have buildings and the Anglicans are erecting a fine frame edifice. The Methodist and Pres byterian churches are about forty feet apart on the same street and on ad- joining lots. Of course they are good neighbors and occasionally may sing the same hymn at the same time. When they unite one building can be used as a school room. An Example of Soil Packing Near Cowley there is a field of iall wheat, around which the steam trac- tion engine nas travelled. Where wheels had packed the ground the wheat carne up and covered the ground by the time the wheat was just beginning to show in the other portions of the field. The new steel bridge across the middle fork of the Old Man River on the road leading to the Porcupine Hills, will be a great help to Co-vlcy and a convenience to the settlers. The Cowley district is suitable for mixed farming. !Ji-ing not far from the industrial eentie--. of I the Crow's Nest Pass there Ml 'year be an increasing demand for poultry, dairy and promts. Hay too will find a ieaU- maiket, while the grain belt, of Ko-itbecn Al- berta extends ev2n beyond AMERICANS NICARAGUA Nov. cable- today says-'that With half the labor, and at half the cost of other Sunlight does the whole washing In half the lime. yet without injuring the most delicate fabric. Use it the Sunlight way. Follow the directions. J Experience Counts jj I have had 15 years in tihe rostrum, and you can get the benefit of this experience .1 in the way I handle AUCTION SALES 1 winch I conduct on reason- able terms, in town or coun- try. Advances made on re- ceipt of instructions to sell. F8IHK G. WHGTQII Best results; prompt settle- ments Tel. 261 Office Crabb St. I X Lif. buoy Soap delightfully re- freshing for bath Or toilet, for wash- ing underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses purifies. CHINESE CHARGED WITH MANY MURDERS War Among Chinese In San Francisco Orleans, American 7 Farthest West S Harris, of Columbus. Ohio, commercial traveller been touvins; Central Araeri- Americans and other ca. declared that .re in jail at Managua Town In Alberta _ _ I placed in Nicaragua bavins been ar- rested on orders from Zelaya. i Eve'T American In business in Mc- who refused to contribute to j aragua, "the war fund levied, by Zelaya t arrested and thrown into prison. Mr. (From the Herald's Travelling Cor- The enrollment is now about forty-..H v .-_ n.Ai >-r) T c- 4 few of the Americans It is a long stretch from the east- ern boundary of Alberta to the foot- hills of the- Rockies, just west of Cowley. 'Tis only a few years since this part of Western Canada was coa- .sidered fit only for pasture but now there are scores of towns and thou- sands'of granaries and each year there is an increasing demand for more elevators in Cowley has the distinction of being the most western town in Southern Alberta to have an elevator of the Alberta Pacific Elevator Co. But Cowley has more than an ele vator. There are two hotels, foufi general stores, one hardware and fur niture store, -a branch of the Union fire in Standards I to v.. thelr v out of y. -payiig the price demanded Cowley is an incorporated village j b'ut a" DUraber are still held incom- with the following council: H. D. Me- niunicatio. Harris says "Js C. Motriso, A. H. tor Knight, with A. H.' Gunn as secreta- New sidewalks have trolled by Zel- He "was" himself subjected-to ry-treasurer. New have insuits at Corinto and left been laid. ithe place on the first available. steam- Gravity Waterworks ier. A company of outside capitalists own the waterworks at Cowley. The ICOLLEGE BOYS FORM water is obtained from a spring on hill about a mile from town. It is HIGHLAND CORPS Kingston. Nov. TJnlver- AihPrta first class water and is used for do- students are now considering Southern Alberto. land cors t the D e as vell as flooding formation of a Highland corps to be estinguisWng fire. distinctly a Queen' s unit. But as yet there has been no fire to test it. At one time this fall within two ZAM-BUK CURED HER BABY Mothers will find the fpllowini miles of Cowley three threshers were t statement of more than passing In- while another within a three-mile the town. In the Cowley dis- was busy terest, showing, as it does, how Zam- Buk ends the sMn diseases of child- even when ordinary remedies radius of Bank, a butcner shop, a good black-Urict six threshers have been busy smith shop and four implement agen-' cies. For some time there was consid- season. Besides in one corner Toronto, says: of the district there is about bushels not threshed yet. Sixteen ren, have completely failed. Mrs. C. W. Bower bank, of 126 Denlson Avenue, "Not long ago my baby's face broke out in an eruption. The spots would crack and be very irritating a strong pos-'ibinders were sold this year at sore At other times they itched sibility that the railway would be' ley. I fearfully, and caused the child to -moved away from the present site of Cowley- But some time ago it was definitely decided that the railway scratch "and rub, thus making the A t, sores verv inflamed and painful. I Each settler has a few good horses :d Qf ointments ,and salv. and there seems to he an increase in es 2 GELDINGS 5 AND 7 YRS. O 1 LARGE BERKSHIRE SOW 1 MOWER, 1 RAKE APPLY AT -WILSON'S Auction Rooms Phone 189 Coal GOOD QUALITY Orders Promptly Delivered i- PHONE 225 5c a pound paid for clean cotton rags at the Herald Office. _. llflCE to eell or to rent place H this column. if you Hr'ani anything usc column. 25 c one insertion 6 for SI to run amuse- ment parlor, entirely, .one wltk to Ueply Box N., HeraM office. SITUATIONS VACANT competent general ser- vant. Mrs. .A. B. Stafford, cor. Bom- pas and Crabb. 292-0 Good general servant, one who will sleep at home. Good wages. Mrs. C. W. Gray, corner Court- land Round StB. 291-0 carpenters wanted Apply W. J. Morrison, Duff Addition. 291-4 at C. W. Grey's Hardware Store. 291-0 for ing department. Apply Miss Church, Dressmaker, Hudson's Bay Co. 90-G general servant. Ap- ply Mrs. G: L. Vrooman, corner Bum- pa's and Bartlett'Sta. 288-0 A liottsemaid. F. H. Alewbum Apply Mrs. 237-0 SITUATION boy wants situation, preferred.-where be can attend night school. Apply to Mr. Lshii, P. O. Box Alta; 292-6 'first class Apply Lethbridge Hotel. carpenter. 293-3 waiter chain- berniaid. Apnly Cosmopolitan'hotel. 293-2 SITUATtONS SITUATION 'young man, double entry bookkeeping, 4 years' experience. Address F. E. Dix- son. Windsor Hotel. 292-6 FORMER FOOTBALL PLAYER SUICIDES Ottawa, Nov. Course, aged 22 years, and at one time-mem- ber of Ottawa College football team, shot himself in-the right temple this morning and died immediately. He was a former pupil 'of the Royal Mili- tary College at JKingston. MISCELLANEOUS FREE deeertr other departments. Duties to begin tion apply C. A. Flexon, land locator. Coutts, Alta. 272-26 COAL ORDERS left at the People's Drug Store, North Ward, will receive prompt attention. Phone'445. 290-6 to be without it. Fortier. J. B. .Morrow is the teach-jit is not Ions since the ranrher er. The frame school is count his thousand cattle on yon-1 remedy. mile from it is probable der hill. i n. V.-K-C. that in the near futae a new two-j Three _ roomed school will be built in town. The Methodist and Presbyterian "Not only for skin diseases, but for and bruises, it is a fine The other day I burned my (hand badly. An application of Zam- Buk seemed to take the-fire out of it at once, and it soon healed. In AUCTION SALR I At 701BOMPAS ST on TUESDAY, NOV. 30, at ONE O'CLOCK the course of my experience I, have tried pretty nearly all the salves and ointments obtainable, but there is nothing -to come near Zarn-Buk. Zam-Buk is Nature's own healing balm, being composed of pure herbal escences. It is a sure cure for pim- ples and eruptions, eczema, ring- worm, ulcers, cuts, burns, bruises, j poisoned sores, chronic wounds, bad i leg. piles, festering sores, and all jskin injuries and diseases. Druggists land Stores everywhere sell at -50c a ibox. or post free for. price from Zam- !Buk Co., Toronto; 3 boxes 51.25. You Instructed by Mr. J. J. Johnston, will premises as above the superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS Including solid oak dressers and stands, brass mounted beds, springs and mattresses, bedroom carpets and rugs, oak and rattan rockers, -...orris chairs, set ot: oak. cane 'seated dining chairs, extending dining table, solid oak buffet, solid oak side table, :i electroliers, upholstered lounge, pictures and prints, curtains, a "Stewart" cooking range. crockery, glassware and the usual kitchen sundries, etc., etc. GOODS ON VIEW MONDAY 10 to 4. The Auctioneer respectfully requests a prompt attendance. TELEPHONE 261. AUCTIONEER'S OFFiCE. v> Parquharson BoisjoU Contractors for Cedar Fence Telegraph Mine Propi and Timbers, Railroad and Mine Ties P O. Box 304 Fernie, B. C. Ring Up 108 When yon DRAYiNG Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN B R O DI E I a lamilv, or anv male over IS years old, may homestead a quarter-section i of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The I 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, son, daughter, brother or sister of intending homesteader. Duties Six 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 new gtaa-dpjpe. a month. .A p- and musical instruments, Place Your Orders for ...WITH..., Satisfaction G-uaranteed PHONE 289 solely owned and, occupied. by him or by his father, mother, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section his home- stead. Price per Duties reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead en- try (including the required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate acres extra" 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 io each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect house worth W. W. CORY, Deputy H Minister of the Interior, Ottawa. Canada, publication of this advertisement -will not be paid for. ply H. Ford, 1214 Fisher St. TO rooms in modern house. Apply 1245 Bompas St. 289-6 23S-6 i valises, and second hand I Apply to the Harvard Tailoring Co., 330 Crabb St., P. 0. Box 2094. 285-11 TO furnished bed sit- ting room, ateam heated and electric light, suitable for one or two ladies or gentlemen. Apply 819 Crabb St. south. 239-0 FOR room house, Torrance Ave., North Ward, Ready for oc- cupancy- Dec. 1. Apply Box 1997.P.O. I'" 291-5 FOR storage space for limited- amount of merchandise or household goods in Abasement of Whit- ney Block. The..O. W. Kerr. Co., r--- 291-6 TO furnished able for two gentlemen. Terms mod- erate, 424 Smith St. close in. 292-6 TO furnished bed sit- light, suitable for one or two ladies or gentlemen. Also two rooms suit- able for light housekeeping. Apply 819 Crabb St south., 2S9-0 TO unfurnished rooms. Ap- ply 837 Crabb St. 293-fi PIONEER BLACKSMITH opened a first-class blacksmith shop in the North Ward. They axe prepared to do all kinds of blacksmith ing guAranteed. and satisfaction is 283-1J5 The Ensign Co., Leth- bridge, Alta., requires representatives in every town in Alberta to sell their show cards, price tickets, magic lan- tern slides signs. Good men can make big money in whole or part time. Apply Manager. 273-30 purchase a six roomed modern house "within one half mile from Central School, not over with cash payment of balance withm one year. Box L., Herald. 93-1 LOST OR STRAYED Whipple (well borer) had the' misfortune to 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-O April 25 from Mil- 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 .reward given for information leading to Ms recovery. Notify G. L. Hclwjg, Milk River, Alta. 239-12 bay" mare. 6 years old. Star on forehead. Had harness on. White hind feet Finder kindly re- turn -to or'.ooLify John Olson, Diamond City, Alta., and receive reward. 92-6 ;