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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1909. HILL-GROWN TEA Tea grown at an elevation of feet and upwards, where and climate combine to give that delightful fragrance j and delicious flavor, is used in I! SALADA Its purity and strength make it much more economical to use tluui other teas II Candidates Join the Busy, Cneerful Workers Nominate a Candidate The standing of the candidates in )The Herald's prize contest shows considerable activity since Thursday The city list while having I the lesser number of entries, contains more active candidates than Uis- i YT 1 J A. No. 2. So far the outside dis- TllC V_yOn.tGStjtiict has about as many prizes as ap- ____ ___ ___________rr_ i parent active contestants, according j to the oublished figures. It ONLY ONE BLANK ACCEPTED FOR ANY ONE CAND1DTTE I nominate Address as a candidate in THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Prizp Voting Contest. Signed 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 divilged'if so requested. 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 Experience Counts District No. 1 comprizes the City the published figures. takes a little longer to develop i strength in districts outside of the cities in which contests are held, but i tuc opportunities are practically the Jsame. More depends upon the candi- idate than the districts or localities i from which they compete. There are !a dozen good towns represented in; District No. 2 comprizes all District No. 2. The "business" is i tory outside of Lethbridge. right in hand in each instance. prjce of Herald and the candidates go after subscriptions i Ithey can get them: subscriptions! i mean votes, and votes spell prizes, j 1 S- I 1 I have had 15 years in the rostrum, and you can get the benefit of this experience in the way I handle AUCTION SALES J which I conduct on reason- able terms, in town or coUfn- try. Advances made on re- ceipt instructions to sell. i IM G. VUDINGniN Best results; prompt settle- ments Tel. 261 Office Crabb St. hive anything to Fell or to rent place it this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c insertion 6 for SI I SITUATIONS VACANT good general servant. Apply a: A. S. Bowman's residence, 423 Crabb St. Phone 179 or 107. 94-tJ general serv- ant, Scotch preferably. Apply pri- 294-0 hospital, North Ward. KILLED POLICEMAN WITH Kingston, Ont., Nov. 22 vears of age, George, i-as A competent servant will sleep at home. Apply Mrs. Mariott, G41 Round St. SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATION young man, double entry bookkeeping, 4. years' experience. Address F. E. Dii- "son. Windsor Hotel. 292-6 SITUATION wishes situation, timekeeper, bookkeeper o1' storekeeper, stenography if necessary. Mining experience. Could take brands oilice lumber camp, or anywhere. Ap- ply Box P.O. 29M5 WOJKK jobs under- taken about houses, offices, etc. Fur- naces attended by handy man, want- ing work. Apply K., Box 2040 P. 0. taken in o: aone at private homes. Good work at reasonable rates. Mra. Botham. Torranct; Ave., beside railway track 222-0 x %2 tonight on a warrant from New York competent g State last night_ as the outcome of Mrs_ A. 3. Stafford, pas and Crabb. NUliSK-T-Anyone needing the services of an experienced nurse with i of references call at 314 Eedpath 3t. 290-4 01 tern- the a Thanksgiving Day celebration was brought into a fight with Policeman Gowan. in which he, was worsted. He hid himself on an up- per veranda staying there three hours and when Gowan came out of the hurled a cuspidor at his head fracturing the skull. Mr. Gow- an recovered consciousness briefly and then went into convulsions. Wells admitted his identity and will likely No candidate can win without person- New Renewals r Herald's Contest Prize List F5RST GRAND Gouriay-Angelus Player Piano. SECOND GRAND Winter Tour or cash. THIRD GRAND 25-foot Jots In Parkdaie, These prizes will be competed for by candidates in both districts. DISTRICT District No. diamond ring; one gold wotch; one leather seated morris chair; one ladies' writing desk, one silk umbrella. District No. diamond ring; one gold watch; one leather seated morris chair; one ladies' writing desk, one silk umbrella. al effort. Anything worth havinj worth working for. Anything secured j; without effort is valueless. The Her- ald's prizes -will bring greater reward for the time and energy required to win them than anything which has been placed in the "hands" or" the popular people1" in this vicinity at any time. Think of a SS75 Gourlay- Angelus Piano, a Free Trip to Cali- fornia, two building lots worth not to mention the valuable district be won during the next few weeks! And it will take only a part of the time of the winning candidates. The Herald wants new new subscribers. Old subscribers Jf Daily by Carriers, Lethbridge 350 250 2.00 1000 700 1 year.................. 4.00 3'600 2000 j 2 'years............... 8.00 6000 j By Mail: 3 months .............85 4 months............ 1.00 500. 6 months 1.50 1000 1 year 3.00 3000 2 years............... 6.00 9000 Weekly Herald: 6 months ....-..........75 600 1 vear............ 1-50 return ings. burg. extradition proceed- He savs his home is Ogdens- eneral ser- cor. Bom- 292-0 general servant, one who wJll sleep at home. Good wages. Mrs. C. W. Gray, corner Court- land Round Sts. 291-0 at C. W. Grey's Hardware.Stbre. 291-0 for dressmak- (ing department. Apply Miss Church, i Dressmaker, Hudson's Bay Co. 90-6 LOST OR STRAYED Whipple borer) [had the misfortune to lose his pockei 350 250 book on Nov. 1st, whilst travelling I have a voice in the voting in the con- itest. too. For new subscriptions 50 cent, more votes are given than for payments upon old subscriptions or renewals. The Herald is so well and favorably known in this locality that it should be a pleasure for can- 350 700 2000 6000 300 1000 between Sundial and the governinem well on the comer of township II range 20. Will the finder please no- tifv Mr. Whipple at Sweet Valley P 0." 275-0 2 years 3.00 4500 3000; coltj Qne year April 25 from Mil; ler farm 1 1-2 miles southwest of Spring Coulee one_ dark brown horse brand monogram general scrvam. Ap- ply Mrs. G. L. Vrooman, currier Bom- pa's and Bartlett Sts. 2SS-0 SITUATION boy situation, preferred where he can attend night school. Apply to Mr. Lshii, P. 0. Box J.. Raymond. Alta. 292-6 first class Apply Lethbridge Hotel. carpenter. 293-3 cement, worker. Apply SITUATION man with light toamvas deliveryiriAB. Willing to do any kind of light de- livering. Call or to Harrj Clark, 414 Torrance Ave., North Ward. Prefer building of furnace fires in the mornings. Apply T. J. Selby.- King Edward Restau- rant. PROPERTY FOR SALF HERE'S A acres, seven mil- es from railway. Half mile of river front Thirty acres under cultivation. New two storey frame house, 24 ft. square. Two log 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 quickly to Box G.. Herald office. 94-2 FOR lots in Rivervtew. Finest -building lots in the city, water and sewer. Good terms. Also Address all communications to TheJLH'on left shoulder. Liberal reward I idence, cor. Dufferin and Westminster North ward. :ontest Department, The Herald, Ujven for information leading vtb his i Road. i9o-3 H_ jpbugon, Con Lethbridge. Alberta. recovery. Notify C. L. Helwig, River, Alta. 2S9-12 invoice clerk. Must good 'Sffigures. Manager, 295-6 P. Smith, K Ritchie's res- j txro g.ood Bouses on Torrance Ave., J The best terms. W. Rooms 5 an 1 6, Johnson Block. 392-6 I Get Your Friend a KODAK for Xmas. Choose it from our new fresh up-to-date stock. We have all kinds of supplies as "well and are always ready to talk a Ko- dak. Put Kodak in your Xmas list and see us before you buy. -People's Drug Store NORTH WARD. W. P. J. ALEXANDER, Prescription Expert Druggist Optir'an Phone 445 Night Bell WINNIPEG MARKETS Wiimipegv Nov. came unchanged today lower, all markets opened lower and after a dip from to -i recovered before the close. Ar- When r. col_d becomes settled in the j bay mare. 6 years old. Hudson's Bay Store, didates to place the paper in the: system, it will take several days't star on forehead. Had harness on. homes of friends. The Herald stands I treatment to cure it, and the best White hind feet. Finder kindly re- on its merits. It covers the local field j remedy to use is Chamberlain's Cough {turn to or notify John Olson. Diamond well-as the containing; Remedy. It will cure quicker than j city. Alta., and receive reward, all the foVeign news of interest. any other, and also leaves the system J _. 92-6 Tri-Weekly Standing SoW by al! For the present the standing 'in a natural and healthy condition, j L Twesd velvet collar, belongs to Of- :i dlv leave at 320 Olyn and TO RENT FO lots on Bruce St, at apiece. T. E. Patteson. 287-0 FOR SALE OR house and good lot, (large in Staffordsvllle. new Will sell cheap. Apply Box 1951. 292-6 tfae candidates be published on! Tuesdays, Thursdays, aad Saturdays. I Through an error Thursday's contest; The Famous receive ccntine reports -'were of a stated standings would be. A V. j.- i. A i _L 1 published Fridavs, when the day j character, hearvestmg is about start- been Saturday. On ac- ing in northern portions. Very lit- tle export demand today, all markets beina; out of line. Worlds shipments for Monday expected to total 000. Markets look as if they would sell lower. Winnipeg, Nov. opened Dec. May 99-jk Closed Nov. Dec. May, Oats, Nov., 3-U; Dec., 32i; count of the increasing business of the contest department votes from candidates in Lethbridge intended for the standing of any day should be handed in the evening before. Votes received from candidates in the out- side district in the morning mail of "score' days will that dav. This be published on arrangement will Cadillac AUTOMOBILES T. S. McKenzie, Dist Agent Phone 274 P.O.Box 547 Ixetyour Orders in Early. Dr. CutTen, now in. the Unit- ed States, has accepted the presiden- cy of Acadia College. The old, old story, told times with- out number, and repeated ovex and over again, for the last 36 years, but it is always a welcome story to those in search of is nothing in the world that cures coughs and colds as quickly as Chamberlain's Congh Remedy. Sold by all At a meeting of the Calgary alder- men Dr. McDonald, health officer, re- ported there were cases of smallpox in the city, due to infection brought from outside towns. PONY EXPRESS j Furniture removed and coal delivered G. 0. D. Trunks re- moved to any part of the city. J.Figgins, Phone 3 84 place candidates in both districts on an equal footing. Who Are New Subscribers? The Contest Department has been asked this question frequently, and the answer followse: A new subscrib-! er is a person who was not receiving! The Herald by mail or carrier when the contest was announced, Novem-j ber S. The paper for a few days and j re-subscribing, or changing from one I member of the family to another does not change the status of subscribers j from "old" to "new." i Candidates will please be very care-j ful to get the correct street address! of new subscribers in the city andjijcj the correct post office in the country j district- Also write the names subscribers PLAINLY. There is no i rh rule for the spelling of names, and unless .the writing is legible, Ion is liable to occur. Another thing j O (and another news paper lots deposited in the ballot box should i be pinned together or placed in an! rolled or crumpled j or thrown in loosely. I Address all communications to the t o Contest Department. The Herald, j Lethbridge. Alberta. 5jc For a first-class job in CLEANING DYEING Ladies' or Gents' Clothes call at NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS FOR SALE OR room house on two lots in North "Ward. Good terms. Apply W. H. Johnson, Rooms 5 and 6, Johnson Block. 292-6 Sealed bulk tenders are invited np t ____________ to 5 o'clock p.m. November 30th, 1909, for all the necessary labor and room, fully modern, gentlemen preferred. Apply 638 Burdett St., one block south o'f Central School. 238-0 THE CITY Phone 353 HIDES, PELTS, FURS Wanted at Smith St, J. YOUNG Electricians Supplies. Insulated Wires. Brass Goods. Electric Heaters. Glassware Gasoline Ignition Material. Iron Conduit Systems Single Two Piase Motors. Telephones and Bells. Complete Electrical Installations and General Electric Repairs. W. L. McKenzie Co. Phone 204 Redpath Street Place Your Orders for ....-WITH.... NAS. FRAME To take jour meals at the on- ly all-roiMiti white Restaur- ant in Leth- bridge THE ALEXANDRA CAFE ASK FOR-OUR FRESH SPRING CHICKEN And Eggs, also Vegetables a ad Home Orown Suckling Pigs and Pork from our farm. it is for you. Also Eresh Oysters in season, any style to suit your taste. We Arc Here to Please Ycu at Any Cost N. H. MURRAY; Prop. Satisfaction G-tiaranteed Jit til il Coal GOOD QUALITY Orders Promptly Delivered PHONE 225 South Alberta Lumber Go. TO and suites of of- uiaterials to erect and complete a solid brick and stone four room school buiWins', for Maple Creek Pub- lic School District No. SO, Maple Creek. Sask. An accepted cheque fOT_ five tier cent ol the amount of the i fices in the Sherlock Fireproof Build- tender shall accompany each tender J ing. Heat, elevator and janitoring made payable to Rev. "Hugh. Wilson, free. Apply R. E. Sherlock- Box secretary" treasurer, school board, 87. 283-25 Maple Creek, Sask., to. whom all ten- ders are to be addressed, said cheque i to be forfeited if the successful ten- derers decline the contract, or refuse to enter into the agreement, when re- quested. TJhe successful tenderer must provide a security bond, satis- factory to the board, for five thous- and dollars, on signing the contract. All cheques to be returned to the ten- derers as soon as the award has been, made and contract signed. Work to be -commenced oiot later FOR acres 8-19. Ap- I ply Box H., Herald office. 272-0 FOR proposition will' pay its way. Will rent 1-2 section ir- rigated land 2 1-2 miles from Letb- bridge: 9 room house, cistern, cel- lar and phone. Stable 22 horses; 30 acres in fail wheat. Stubble mostly turned. worth of hay produc- ed annually. Renter must buy for (No cash if secured) all rna- ch'inery, cattle, horses anid 'house- hold furniture. Big chance to 50 to 100 per cent, of these., brood mares, stallion and butter "-oewa. Terms to suit. Apply Box 85 Herald. TO in Odd Fellows Block, excellent position. Terms mod- erate. Apply to G. B. Weller. 279-O TO iiouses on Coirrtland street, between Bartlett and West- minster Road, folly modern aad in excellent; repair. Apply 0. B. Bow- man Bldg. TO rooms for rent "WK co ue wuuiiBiiucu suitable tor man and wife lor light than March 1st, 1910 and the kousekeeping. with a" JL. tract completed not later than July veniences. ipply 425 1st, 1910. Plans and specifications, and all information -can be obtained from the architect -in Calgary and Lethbridge, Alberta. The board -reserves the right to re- ject any or all -tenders. Rev.: R. Hugh.Wilson, See.-Treas. Maple Creek Public School Board, Maple Creek, Sask. W. M. Dodd, Architect, Calgary and Lethbridge, Alta. Tyhurst all modern con- Bartlett St. H. 292-6 Office. 255-0 FOR SALE OR shop for sale or rent For particulara' apply to H. C. Morrison, Cowley. Alta. 293-O- FOR acres choice wneat land, 5 miles from railroad. cultivation, 172 in fall looks extra good, 70 'acres: fall plow- ing done. All nicely fenced. Com- fortable house and stabling for 12 horses. This land produced, this year 42 bushels of wheat to acre. Price is per acre, cash, balance three or four years. Fall wheat how in will probably cover first payment. Immediate possession, aid Office. Box 600, Her- 29S-2 MISCELLANEOUS FOR WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who 15 the sole head of a family, or male over 13 years TO Xewly furnished bed ting room, steam heated and electric light, suitable for one or two ladies or; gentlemen. Apply 819 Crabb St. south. SALE OR A fully modern house on Bartlett St., corner Courtland, for sale or will rent a suitable tenant. New five roomed FOR 6 room house, Torrance Av.e., North Ward, ?18. Ready for oc-cupancyiDec. 1. Apply Box 1997 P.O. with furnace, to rent, Ernest St, 'month. Apply C. Phone 186, 604 Bartlett st. FOR storage space for limited amount of merchandise or household goods in basement of "Whitney-Block. The O. W. Kerr Co.. Whitney Block. Railroad eating-, statfrw, doing fine business. Free fuel. Splendid chance for man .aa ryrAYV mav hA fit, ftnv proxy may be made at any agency oa certain conditions by lather, mo- ther, son, daughter, brother or sister of intending homesteader. 293-6 Limited months' residence and cultivation of the land in of three years. A homesteader may TO store building on Westminster Road, North fur- heated. Rent store and basement per month, or will rent building, including store, seven living rooms and bath for per month. Apply Skeith Tilley. 294-6 1 within "nine miles of his horne- j stead on a farm of at least SO acres j solely owned and occupied by aim or 'i j by his father, mother, son, daughter, ITO j brother or sister. bedroom with use of sitting room rl In certain districts a homesteader! housekeeping in sood standing may pre-empt Quarter-section alongside his Q j stead. Price S3.00 per acre. home- hospital. Duties Comfortably furnished of sitting room privileges. 201 St., North Ward, uear pri- FOR wagon, harness which Is nearly new. no further use for same. Apply W. .Williams. Crabl> St FOR SALE OR team work horses and harness, new Bain wagon, new Emerson sulky, new truck, Deering disk, new harrow. 4 sections, seeder, mower, rake. Will trade the above for town property or sell cheap for cash. Frank Mai- well, Bryan Block. 290-6 FOR steam and carving ta- ble. Apply Lethbridge Hotel. 93-0 team of sound horses for cuy work. Must weigh between and Ibs. State price and age. Apply Box 447 Citv P. 0. 293-S 294-6 j' l In At 701 BOMPAS ST on TUESDAY. NOV. 30, at ONE O'CLOCK reside sis months in each ofiTO rooms, hot and -six years from of hemestead en-] cold water. British Rooming House. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS __ House for rent :ty acres extra. TO room, week- citv. A homesteader who has exhausted j iy. Apply 9-3, (5 to S.3iTS2l Crabb St. ThV FRANK G. g> Instructed by Mr. J. J. Johnston, will sell by public-auction on the premises as above the superior I HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS I! iP--. 1 solid oak dressers and stands, brass mounted beds, springs aud mattresses, bedroom carpets and rugs, oak and rattan rockers, ...orris chairs, set of oak, cane seated dining chairs, extending dining 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 requests a prompt attendance, TELEPHONE 261. AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE. j bis homestead right and cannot ob-1 South, i tain, a pre-emption may take a pur-! chased homestead in certain districts, j i Price ,53.00 per acre. t i reside six months in .each of and Crabb St. 294-S cart of r- house worth BUSINESS CHANCES 'artner to nm amuse- The Lethbridge Land and Coal Box 42S, City. 290-O nient parlor, entirely new. one with i Herald office. Deputy Minister of the Interior. Ottawa, Canada. publication of advertisement .will not be W: W. CORY, to Reply Box rent a 2 or 3 roomed shackv for middle of December, 'fur- nished or unfurnished. Write Bos 13.. 290-6 office. 293-6 I I young man with some business experience, willing to rustle and possessing about S500 capital, as _j_-----------------------------------'.--------- a partner in a business, the net profits MONEY TO- pay rent which is per month. Every when we can" let you Have of doubling in the next six enough to build your 'own 'house at" nitraths. fuii particulars apply to 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 cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne- gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be The Canadian Real Co., Room 9, _Bryan- Block? Phone 211; P. Oa Box 3S7, Lethbridge, "Alta. 293-6 Josephine Ca'rr, a Toronto girl, andTsee "M" when" yon want jwho several years ago killed a child Empire Land Co., throwing it overman embankmentv Phone 394. Block. 262-0 is dead. WANTED-c-Ladies and gents clothing, shoes, hats, and musical instruments, valises, and second hand furniture, Apply to the Harvard Tailoring Co.. 330 Crabb St., P. 0. Box 2094 285-31 Ensign'. Leth- bndge, 'Alta., requires representative? in every, town in Alberta to sell their show cards, price tickets, magic lan- tern slides ind signs. Good men can make bigr money in, whole or part tune. Apply Manager, 273-30 COAL ORDERS left at tha People's Drug Store, North, Ward, will receive prompt Phone 445} ;