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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fVlUk .IV S-b t MV 4 FOUP THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, Madame Marzelia And her 75 Performing Birds. The biggest and highest priced in vaudeville. Nothing ever before like it in the West. Pictures 1 2 From Christiana, Norway, to the North Cape 3 We're Backlog Up, Hold Fas 4 Jack's Bluff Sport Under self in good playing form. There Toronto, Nov. annual meet ing of the Canadian Amateur Athle- tic Union was held at the King Ed- ward hotel Saturday afternoon and was followed by the inauguration of the Amateur Athletic Union of Can- ada which includes the C.A.A.U. and all the organizations that had pre- viously been without its bounds. President Morriet occupied the chair aitd the meeting was composed j HH-H-H-l-H-l HUH H'H'I Get Your Friend a KODAK for Xmas. Choose it from our new fresh up-to-date stock. We have all kinds of supplies iis well are always ready to talk a Ko- dak. Put Kodak in your Xmas list and see us before you buy. D. .Johnson, C. Halifax, i T1. Charlotte-! L t .was also a provision that if he fused to play in club matches or to j town and j attend the trainings, he was to pay: Maritime P the club a sum not exceeding as i tion ix-puty Chief Stark, Canadian 4 i liquidated damages tor such retusiUi.. I 4. t Peoples Drug Store i rovmces At-hletie Associa J. t neslecl Police A. A., Thos. Brownh-e. Ontu- "'The court dismissed the appeals, j rio Football Association; Uev. D. holding iSiat the players were work-; ijruce, MacDonalii, Inter-collegiate wen and entitled to compensation for j ,.uhletjc .vssociation; Capt. Thos. ininrif-s received in a samp. v I Garrison A. A.; L. 11. ;SOn, Y.M.C.A. League; Vice President OLD COUNTRY SCORES Controller J. J. Ward. F. R. Simp- NORTH WARD. W. P. J. ALEXANDER, Prescription Expert Druggist Optician Phone 445 Night Bell 111111 III I 1 I I-M H-l-i l-H Experience Counts I-have had 15 years in tlhe .i rostrum, and you can get 't the benefit of this experience in the way I hv nd-le AUCTION SALES 1 which I conduct on reason- able terms, in town or coun- try. Advances made on re- ceipt of instructions to sell. nm G. WIODINGTON Best results; prompt settlc- ments Tel. 261 Office Crabb St. Daily Herald Market dace have to icJI Of to reit place it it coluHB. If yoi wait UK thii 25e f tor SI SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED Shingler. Good price en. D. Wilson. 720 Crabb St. iv- SITUATION! WANTED cook and housekeeper, middle aged woman to cook for 8 to 12 men, good situation to right per- sou. Apply Southern Alberta Land Co.. Ltd., Medicine Hut. Alta, POSITION young Swede girl willing to do housework and help with cooking, wishes a sit- uation in Baptist family. Apply Box 3, Herald office. SITUATION young man, double entry bookkeeping, 4 years' experience. Address P. E. Dix- son, Windsor Hotel. by young lady in store or office. Apply Marguerite Scott .general delivery, city P.O. %-2 Pla TIS1I ____ your doctor may say, DO matter what Tour friends rosy; say, no matter how prejudiced yon may be apalnst all adver- tised remedies, go at to your drrsB- gist aafl get a of the HHliLMA- TISM REMEDY. If it fails to sivc satis- lactlon.I will refund yonr Keraezaber tils remedy contains no sal- icylic acid, no opium cocaine, morphine or other harmful drwss. It Is put up under the guarantee of tbe Pure Food and Drue Act, For sale by All druggists. Price. 25c. GOTCH FAILED Oanada. the winner of the series ?r, will be the first holder of the Grey kins, Methodist Y.M.C.A.; Murdoch The Varsity team sprang a sur-j prise and won out by 31 points to 7. That the Varsity team would win i was considered doubtful after its de- j retarv NT. C. Crow. The president's feat by McGill a couple of weeks ago j oresented, c-O'-c-ring the and the brilliant work of the Rough To Win a Single Fall From the Giant Make Offer for Straight Match Buffalo. Nov. Gotch to- night failed to .gain a single fall from Zbysco, the' giant Pole, in an. hour and thereby lost the- match, the con- ditions of which required Gotch to win two falls within an hour. The Pole displayed tremendous physical strength and an excellent knowledge ,of the game. .Zbysco said: "I can beat this man .-in a straight match." Herman, his manager, said: will post in Chicago after tomorrow for a match with Gotch for a side. Zebysco weighed 23C and Gotch 203. 10.000 people saw the match. London, Nov. are; MacDonald, D, Forsythe, Western the league footJball results today: i Football Association; Francis Nelson, First Division__ Ontario Hockey' Association and Sec- Bradford City 2; Blackburn R. 0. Bristol City 1; Bolt-on Wanderers'0 Bury 1, Woolwich Arsenal 2. Everton 2, Sunderland 1. Manchester United 2. Notts F. 6- Newcastle UniU-d 2, Middlesbro 0. Notts County 3. Liverpool 1. Preston North End 1, As tor Villa 0 Sheffield Wednesday 4, Chelsea 1. IVUvJi Uo Vl. t Ui t W toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The erate. 424 Smith Si., close in. 292-6 FOR steam .and carving' ta- ble. Apply Lethbridge Hotel. 93-O team of' sound horses for cn.y work. Must weigh between and 'Ibs. State' price and age. Apply Box City P. O. 293-6 applicant must appear in person at j Crabb St. the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub-1 j Agency for the district. Entry by TO furnished bed sit- ting room, steam heated and electric light, suitable for one or ladies or gentlemen. Also two rooms suit- able for light housekeeping. Apply 2S9-O proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditions by father, mo- son, daughter, brother or sister i Toronto, Nov. the second j time in the last three years the j Varsity football champions of the o Intercollegiate League and the Ot-1 tiiwa Rough Riders struggled for the championship of Canada and for the second time Varsity was vie- ttorious. The game today was not j r exactly for the championship for the j o i winner v.-il! have to play the Park-IS dale team, champions of the 0. R. j F. U. but it is generally conceded that this team is not likely to be a very j great factor in the ultimate struggle, j In addition to the championship of' of intending hom-esteader. months' residence upon three years. A homesteader may iii KTO wttfiin niTiii nf TO -unfurnished rooms. Ap- ply 837 Crabb St. TO store building on Westminster Road, North Ward, fur- cuitivation'oY in heated. Rent store and basement only per month, or will rent whole building, including store, seven living rooms and bath for S75.00 per month. Apply Skeith Tilley. 294-6 live within nine miles oi his home- stead on a farm of at least, SO acres solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brot-he-r or sister. In certain districts TO furnished a homesteader i bedroom with use of sitting room Limited! 294-6 rAUCTION SALE: TO rooms, hot and cold water. British Rooming House.- New Hill Block. 294-12 At 701 BOMPAS ST on TUESDAY, NOV. 30. at ONE O'CLOCK in good standing may pre-empt a i and housekeeping; privileges. 201 quarter-section alongside his home- Walwork St., North Ward, near pri- j'stead. Price S3.00 per acre. Duties vate hospital. reside six months in each of i_____________ j six years from date of hemesiead en- i try (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a ehased homestead in certain districts, j Price per acre. (reside six months, in each of three I years, cultivate fifty acres and erect house'worth W. W. CORY, TO room. week- ly. Apply 9-3. 6 to 8.30 821 Crabb St. South. 294-6 BUSINESS CHANCES to run amuse- ment .parlor, entirely new. one, with Flo N S P.O. O L supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ia ;ool, bright and pleasant. Bett Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Berber Shop in Basement of Oliver FRANK G. WADPINCTpN jf; Instructed'by Mr. J. J. Johnston, will on the Sji promises as-above the superior f ft- I I HOUSEHOLD FURIOTURE AND EFFECTS I I I I Deputy. Minister of ?5u6 ,to ?700. Reply N.v Herald Canada, office. publication of this" advertisement will hot be paid tor. Including solid oak dressers and stands, brass mounted beds, springs and mattresses; bedroom carpets and nags, oak and rattan rockers, ....orris chairs, set of 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 TELEPHONE 261. prompt attendance. AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE. L CRABB ST. -MONEY TO pay teat when we can let have money enough to build your own house 6 pet cent. We loan money on kinds of city property, on 'terms that cannot be made by others, we get the money from it cheap. AH kinds of farm loans ne- gotiated at .7 and per cent. Be sure and see us when "you want money. Phone 394. Empire Land- Co., Ott Block. 353-0 I HIDES; PELTS, FURS Wanted at 405 Smith St, J. YOUNG 293-6 young man with some business experience, willing: to rustle and possessing about capital, as a partner in a business, the net profits of which is per month. Every prospect of doubling in the next six months. For full particulars apply to The Canadian Real Estate Co., Room Block. Phone 211. P. 0. Box 387, Lethbridge, Alta. FOR eating station doing business. Free' rent, free fuel. Splendid- chance for man and wife who hustlers. lars. see: The George -M. Co., Oliver Block. 292-6 LOST AND FOUND Whipple. (well -borer) had the to lose his "pocket book on ]Sfov. 1st, whilst travelling between Sundial and the government well on the corner of townshio 11 range 20. Will the finder no- tify Whipple at Sweet Tallev P. 0. April from Mil- ler farm 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 bay mare, 6 years old. Star on forehead. Had harness on. White hind feet Finder kindly re- turn to omotify John Olson, Diamond City. Alta.. and receive reward. 92-6 with velvet collar, belonra.g to Ott. leave at 350 Glyn and receive reward. U4-K FOUND -A purse containing ?540 in cash and receipt slip from Turpin Furniture Owner can have calling at Herald and paying for advertising. 296-O my place. Sept. 15th. SI'E. 1-4 Sec.' T: 13. W. 4 M., one bay gelding, weight about 800 Ibs.. age about 10 years, brand com- bination' Laricf Oi on left hip, white star on face, white on right front "cot, two white hind feet, split on tip of- right ear. Sam Gibson. Grassy Lake, Alta. 96-2 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS ror rent, something comfortable. Must be fully modern and in residential part of city. Preferably close in. Address The Lethbridge Land and Coal Co- Box 428, City. 290-O DENTISTS LOOK class painter and .paperhanger wants work The Ensign Co., Leih- bridge, requires in every town in Alberta to sell their show cards, price tickets, magic lan- tern slides signs.. Good men cas in exchange for dental work. Apply big money in'whole or part Box Herald. :_ 296-6 time. Apply Manager. 273-30 ;