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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LfTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, I Valdare tional comedy cyclists. great spectac- ular and novelty dancer. Dell Magician and expert coin manipula- ifs, tor. Pictures 1 Mircille's Sincere Love 2 Instantaneous Nerve Powder 3 HOH' Kids Got Even 4 Hypnotic Subject these books. No candidates should expect their friends to do all the j voting. No doubt a number of fan- who are making ;iORic pro- i gross via the "friends' aid r.Mjtc" j could make a whirlwind .jatupaign if i they would take the command of tlicir forces and show by their j that they arc willing to do '.heir p.trt Come out in the open. oi'e w barred from being too popular. i The price of The Herald and the votes given: i District No. 1 comprizes the City of Lethbridge. i District No. 2 comprizes all terri- tory outside of Lethbridge. j VOTES New Renewals Experience Counts I have had 15 years in the rostrum, and you can gft the benefit of this experience in the way 1 handle I AUCTION SALES J i JL JL 7 [Daily by Carriers, Lethbridge JL T i I i McPherson's -Lightning Hitch" hockey shoes for men per pair. Beys' hcskey shoes, from per pair, Ladies' hockey shoes from per pair. Felt Shoes, Overshoes, Rubber and City Boots of every description. A full range of seasonable wear. 3 months 6 months 2.00 1 year 4.00 2 years S.OO By Mail: 3 months -85 ,-1 months 1-00 X 6 months 1-50 year 3.00 2 years Weekly Herald: G months 1 year I 2 vears 8.00 350 1000 3000 9000 350 500 1000 3000 9000 600 1500 250 700 2000 6000! No trouble with .Sunlight Soap. Ju'st follow the directions on the wrapper and Sunlight does the rest. Costs never injures hands or clothes. which I conduct on reason- J, able terms, in town or coun- try. Advances re- ceipt of insiructions to sell. T fUNI G. WDDOINGTQN I Best results; .prompt settle- JL ments Office Crabb St. 4- Tel. 261 4-K-H-i- Daily Herald Market Place anything to sell or to rent place it in this column. li you waut anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACAN" SITUATIONS Af ANTED SITUATION young entry bookkeeping, 4 yo.-n-s- experience. Address F.'b. Dix- sou. Windsor Hotel. -91M) good general servant. Apply ai A. S. Bowman's residence, SITUATION wishes situation, timekeeper, bookkeeper of storekeeper, stenography if necessary. Mining experience. Could take branch oiiice lumber camp, or anywhere. Ap- ply Box P.O. WORK jobs under- taken about houses, oftices, etc. Fur- naces attended by handy man, want- jing work. Apply K.. Box 2040 P. 0. 423 Crabb St. Phone 179 or 197. 94-6 I I Life buoy Soap is delightfully rc- freshing for bath or toilet. For wash- i ing underclothing it is unequalled. j Cleanses and purifies. 700 FREE CANDY TMORROW 20001 _______ f _. 6000 i Lyceum to Give Each Youngster a j I Bag of Candy Tomorrow After- 300 i noon at the Matinee 1000 I A sweet tooth matinee with a new play will be put on at the Lyceum unlay afternoon at 2.30 when the I Strength Of Parties Shown i children will be permitted to indulge -I in candy at the expense of the man- _ !j (Continued From Front Page) The stock Co. supporting Miss T Verna Felton, is to open next Monday Tt night in David Balasco's great play, T i Dominion had no control er the 4-1 highways or what was done on high- Thg nexfc twQ weeks promises to i ways and the government might, wake iie one ot- of the season in morning to find that the le-1 the theatrical world with the Allen STOCK FOR SALE! 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 general serv- ant, Scotch preferably. Apply pri- vate hospital, North Ward. 294-0 competent servant who will sleep at home. Apply Mrs. D. C. Mariott. 641 Round St. 294-G taken in or done at private homes. Good work at reasonable rates. Mrs. Botham. Torrance Ave., beeide railway track needing the serriees of experienced nurse with best of r-terences call at 314 lledpaih St. 290-6 competent general ser- vant. Mrs. A. B. Stafford, cor. Bom- pas and Crabb. 292-0 I general servant, one who will sleep at home. Good I wages. Mrs. C. W. Gray, corner Court- Ih laud Round Sts. 291-O at C. W. Grey's H Hardware Store. 291-0 for dressmak- SITUATION young man with light team as deliveryinan. Willing to do any kind of light de- livering. Call or write to Kerry Clark. 414 Torrance Ave., North Ward.. S 294-6 PROPERTY r-GR HERE'S A acres, seven mil- es from railway. Half mile of rivet- front. Thirty acres under cultivation. ing "department. Apply Miss Church, New two _storey frame house, 24 ft. Dressmaker, Hudson's Bay Co. general Ap- ply G. L. Vrooman, corner Bom- pas and Bartlett Sts. 238-0 WASTE session, providing for an apportion- j tragedy. Zaza will be follow- i ment of the cost, of protection among ied by as the Second Mrs. ithe government, the railways and the Tanqueray, Under Two Flags. Zira, MAYOR LEE WILL SIT U AT10N WAN boy wants situation, preferred where he" can attend night school. Apply to Mr. Lshii. P; 0. Box J.. Raymond, Alta. 90-6 square. Two fog outbuildings, all newly fenced. This goes, if taken at once." for Adjoining land pro- duced 42 bushels of wheat to the acre this year. Your first year's crop will pay for the whole thing. Apply Herald first class Apply Lethbridge Hotel. carpenter. waiter and one cham- bermaid. Apply Cosmopolitan hotel. IN SECURING VOTES rOR ONE OF THE HERALD'S RICH PRIZES bill did not at all suit Mr. Gran-am seve'ral otbers. We un- he plainly stated so, the Stoddart Stock Co. fol- ''forth that Mr. Lancaster's the Allen players in the Lyceum meat was entirely at variance with'for two weeks and after that the i i Summers Stock Co. the -cry principle tim municipalities, might he asked to pay their share of j L. 4 4. inri hP Dor-: miss ths cafltly matinee at .the cost or protection and he Lyrcurn tomorrow afternoon, De- of .ret After the race is over, and thejSlad to sa-v that WelG j ley's comedians in Vacation Times, one 01 the get Alter tut, race is o c., m dQ SQ_ As to t.he icgai children 10c. Adulits 25c. oi What is proving to be 'most interesting contests ever con-j hereabouts is- now in progress j and are m dvised under the auspices of this paper. Al-! beautiful trophies, many of ihc can-i though -still in its infancy, it is the j didates will see how th talk of the town and surrounding been among the winners "country. The "contest man" who is in charge of the affair, claims no ere dit for the great success of the enter done justice to themselves and their friends who had been voting for them Enthusiasm Counts willing to do so. As to the icgai j children side, the minister said he had been j Board of Railway j I power to make i appointment and to enforce it. Mr. G-raham moved the six months The Famous Edmonton, Nov. Lee will not he a candidate for re-election in the coming municipal contest. o nrise which is already assured, as it j Enthusiasm counts in this contest, r t n.-v--f is the people who participating in the struggle-who are as well as in any other It will rally support to your side ne- boist and this was carried 87 to 53, a majority of 34. Majority Increased As the next bill was also of a con- i tentious character and Sir Wilfrid it a success. It is the qual- ,-er eamed of ou start iyou ity of the racers that makes the race, and from the enthusiasm shown by the various .contestants and their friends the contest s sure to be a memorable success. Contest Warming Up friends. They are ready to support you, as a matter of course; that is, they will turn their votes in your direction. It is up to you to make every one of them an active worker in votir behalf. Don't merely ask for Laurier was obviously nettled at the slimness of the government's major- ity a vigorous whip was sent out and the smoking and reading rooms were cleared. W. B. Northrup again brought up for a second reading his measure to amend the Railway Act by giving power to the Board of Rail- Cadillac AUTOMOBILES T. S. McKenzie, Dist. Agent Phone 274 P.O. Box 547 Uetyour Orders in Early. WAA. 'i, 4, t i. tiit- v- The contest is just beginning to j their votes-secure them, and see that Commissioners to compel rail- ________A Tims: have I rrm enlist them on vour side. laiK ___. J.-K--- warm up and those entering now have j you enlist them on your the advantage of getting into the-! to them and get them enthused about fray when subscriptions are easy to J the contest. Let them see'that once i they cast their votes for you, you j vou are their candidate, and they will be interested in your success. Their votes are valuable, but their influence is worth a lot more. Every person who votes for you, knows other people, many of whom you do not know and whose support vou would never dream of asking. Our Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil does it and builds up the system .it tlu- same time so as to resist attack. For sale ai ihe People's Drug Store NORTH WARD. W. P. J, ALEXANDER, Prescription Expsrt Druggist Phone 445 Night Bel! way companies to perform these du- ties toward the public imposed upon them by Parliament. Mr. Graham again assumed the black cap and passed the death sen- tence on the bill moving the six straight party vote 107 to 60. For a first-class job in CLEANING- AlSfD DYEING Ladies'or Clothes call at Whipple (well borer) had the misfortune to lose his pocket book en Nov. 1st, whilst travelling between Sundial and the government well on the corner of township 11 20. Will the finder please no- tiiv Mr. Whipple at Sweet Valley P 0." 275-0 TO RENT FOR SALE OR RE house and good (large in Staffordsville. new ..Will-sell cheap. Apply P. 0. Box 1951. 292-6 FOR SALE OR room aouse on .two lots in North Ward. Good terms. Apply W. H. Johnson, Rooms 5 and 6, Johnson Block. 292-6 FOR lots ia Riverview. Finest building lots in the city, on water and sewer. Good terms. Also two good houses on Torrance Ave.. North Ward. The best terms. W. H. Johnson. Rooms 5 an i 6. Johnson Block. 292 -B FO on Bruce St. at A apiece. T. E. Patteson. 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 dven for information leading to Ms recoverv. Notify C. L. Helwig, Milk Alta'. 289-12 Phone 353 HIDES, PELTS, FURS Wanted at 405 Smith St, J. YOUNG After you have secured their individ-i ual votes, ask them about their, friends. Have your friends toll their friends to wait until you see them, l.iji It is more than an equal chance that j they will have the votes ready and i ig "cinched1: for you long .before you arrive. You won't have anything jjlo but just gather them in. jf.f Subscription .Books j Candidates who are not alreadv i i supplied with subscription receipt! g> I hooks should call for these "iiU'e }f I helpers." If vou have friends who i bay mare, 6 years old. Star 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 Saturday, NTr-v cne buy anre haiu- Wi'-gtit "50 Ibs. No 0 car Lave same at W K. Mc-iVo in, 1 mile south anfl 2 jnile-s of Springs, P. 0 l-.'4-l velvet collar, belonyii.g to Ott. leave at 320 Glyi and receive reward. 2J4-'.; TO room, fully modern, gentlemen preferred. Apply 638 Burdett St., one block south of Central School. 2SS-0 TO and suites of of- fices in the Sherlock Fireproof Build- ing. Heat, elevator and janitoring free. Applv R. E. Sherlock. Box 37. 233-25 FOR acres 6-19. Ap- ply Box H., Herald office. 272-0 FOE proposition -will pay its way. Will rent 1-2 section ir rigated land 2 1-2 miles _from Letb- bridge; S room house, cistern, cel- lar and phone. Stable 22 horses! 30 acres in fall wheat. Stubble mostly turned. worth of hay produc ed annually. Renter must buy for (No cash if secured) all ma- ch'inery, herses arnd Ixxuse- 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. TO in Odd Fellows Block', "excellent position. Terms mod- erate. Apply to G. B. Welter. 279-0 TO 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 Office. 255-0 FOR SALE OR shop for sale or rent. For particulars apply to H. C. Alta. Morrison, Co'wley. 293-O MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE, We have all kinds and sizes from 60c. Public Notice There will be a public meeting held in the Caledonian Hall on Monday evening at S o'clock. November 29th. o i 1SOO. for the purpose of discussing street railway franchise. The onem- TO rooms for rent suitable for man and wife for light housekeeping, with 'all modern con- Apply 425 Bartlett St. H. veniences. Tyhurst. 292-6 TO RENT--Newly furnished bed sit- ting room, steam heated and electric light, suitable for one or two ladies or gentlemen. Apply 819 Crabb St. south. 289-0 FOR room house, Torrance Ave.r North Ward, ?1S. Ready for oc- cupancy Dec. 1. Apply Box 1997 P.O. 291-5 COURTIS, colas, heals throat and. lungs. 25 Nominate a Candidate for the Herald- NOMINATION BLANK GOOD FOR 1000 VOTES ONLY ONE BLANK ACCEPTED FOR ANY ONE CANDIDATE I nominate Address...................................................... as a candidate in THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Prize Voting Contest. Sisrned Address. Cut out this blank, send it to The Herald with your name, or the name and address of your favorite cand date. The names of oeople making nominations will not be diviJged if so requested. The Dunn Tubular Skate per pair Hayr Bros. P.O. Box 27 Phone 75 GOOD QUALITY Orders Promptly Delivered PHONE 225 bers of the council will be present, limited amount i and all rate-payers are invited to at- j household goods i iend riey Block. WM. HENDERSON. FOR storage space for of- merchandise or in basement of Whit- Mayor-! ney Block. The O. Whitney Block. W. Kerr Co.. 291-6 FOR SALS OR fully mod- ern house On Bartlett St., corner of Courtland, for sale or will, rent to a suitable tenant. New five roomed cottage with furnace, to rent, Ernest St., month. Apply, C. Mc- Phone 186, 604 Bartlett St. 294-6 FOR eating station, doing fine business. Free rent, free fuel. Splendid chance for man wife who are hustlers. For partic- ulars see The George M. Hatch Land Co., Oliver Block. 292-4 FOR saddle, new. 12 bore double barrel shot gun. Cheap for cash. Geo. Ash, 6 -Hospital Ter- race. 292-fi FOR wagon, also harness which is nearly new. Owner- no further use for same. Apply W. Williams. Crabb St. FOR SALE OR team work horses and harness, nov.-- Bain wagon, new Emerson sulky, new 'TO furnished room suit-'] truck, Deering disk., new harrow able for two sentlemcn. Terms sections, seeder, mower, rake. erate, 424 Smith St.. close In. 292-G trade the above for town property or sell cheap for cash. Frank Max-' JTO furnished bed sit- well. Bryan Block. ting room, steam heated and electric light, suitable for one or two ladies i FOR roomed shack, in Duff "SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- or gentlemen: Also two rooms suit- Addition. Price 3525. C. Westl-y, LAND REGULATIONS FOR SALE-A snap. A ber outfit, including barbers chair 1 South Alberta Lumber Co. Any person who H the sole head of 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- Ag-ency for the district. Entry by Limited I I-Mi'i H I'M "i -I-M Herald's Contest Prize List FIRST GRAND Gourlay-Angelus Player Piano. SECOND GRAND Wintar Tour or 1200 THIRD GRAND 25-foot lots in- Parkdtle. These prizes will be competed for by in both districts. DISTRICT District No. diamond ring; one gold wotch; one leather seated morrii chair; one ladies' writing desk, one umbrella. District No. diamond ring; one gold watch; one leather seated morrii chair; one ladies' writing desk, one umbrella. AUCTION SALR At 701BOMPAS ST on TUESDAY.. NOV. 30S at ONE'O'CLOCK FRANK Q. WADWNGTON Instructed by Mr. J. J. Johnston, will sell by public auction on the 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, o I ,-iorris chairs, set of oak, cane seated dining chairs, extending dining t I1 table, solid oak buffet, solid oak side table, 3 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 a prompt attendance. proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditions by father, mo- ther, son, daughter, brother or -sister of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each three years. A homesteader may