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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQE FOUR 'LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 1909. RANGES MADE IN BOTH CAST IRON AND STEEL You can what you are baking open- ing the oven door. The oven door of the "HAPPY THOUGHT" has a small door covering a mica window, whereby your cooking may be watched without the oven. This illuminated oven is patented and found on no other range one of the many points of superiority of the "HAPPY THOUGHT." Our interesting booklet tells of many other im- portant exclusive "HAPPY THOUGHT'' features. Write for it. BUSINESS CHANCES to rim amuso mput parlor.' entirely new. one with SDOO to 5700. Reply Box N., Herald otlieo. MI i i F asid possessing about lanV ASPirantS IGF Jit Wll- a partner in a business. of is frid Laurier's Seat In Ottawa HAYR BROS, Local Representatives by Th. WM BUCK STOVE CO. LIMITED. Briniford, Oat. young man with some business exix'rienco. willing to rustle about capital, as the net profits month. Every prospect of doubling in the next six months. For full particulars apply to ?'he'Canadian Ural Estate Co.. Room Bryan Block. Phone 211, P. 0. Box 087. Lethbridge, Alta. 293-G FOR eating station doing tine business. Free rent, free fuel. vou anything to sell or to rent place it iff this column. if you wan I use this column. 25c one inserJion 6 for Ottawa, Nov. km-st >f the situation in regard to the com linic byiH'loction in Ottawa is that of the four disputing French-Canadian candidates agree to retire, Sir Wilfrid i) inrvr will not resign his seat. -De- Son i. favor oi i DENTISTS LOOK HEBE SITUATIONS VACANT SITUATIONS' CANTED cook and housekeeper, middle aged woman to cook for S to men. good situation to right per- son. Apply Southern Alberta Land Co.. Ltd., Medicine Hat, AlUi. POSITION young Swede girl willing to do housework and help with cooking, wishes a sit- uation in Baptist family. Apply Box Herald ollice. SITUATION youiig man. double entry bookkeeping, -1 years' experience. Address F. E. Dix- son, Windsor Hotel. 292-C Splendid chance for man and wife who are hustlers. For particu- s-'rs see The George M. Hatch Land Co.. Oliver Block. 292-G the last ditch if you would be sue- this or client or clique have got the same answer and Sir Wilfrid has The Western Grocery Store FORD Firs Alberta Will, open fur business TOMORROW with a full lino of imported und domestic GROCERIES rr rr: rr New Subscribers" Iti order that there may be no mis- ested an outside name to solve the'difliculty. When all the Liberals SUE understanding in regard to the lernvj agree to support I Provost, the Premier Dr. L. Couteaux, subscriber" we will again line this term. A a name which was books at the beginning will renounce I BOOTS AND SHOES jfc GENT'S FURNISHINGS Prompt delivery in all purls of the city. eseeteeeteeeaeBs new subscriber is the Ottawa seat. August Lemieux, not on the sub- j Brother of the Postmaster General is main stumbling block to this the coutvst-November S. Anyone re-1 and the other three claim c-eivine the paper by mail or car- ants feel agrieved. rier prior" to that date will be con- -------_--------------- 1 siik-red an old subscriber when issu- j EASTERN in" votes upon the payment of a sub- j Grand Trunk j scrip'ions Stopping the paper and jrc-subscribing in a few days does not M. G. the status irom.old to new- naperh "gp Box c K Henud. -First class wants work work. Apply Vv at hotel. Dallas 2U7-B class win: ted immediately. Hall. Foot-Toggery. shin1 repairer Apply Thos. to learn cigar mak- ing.' Apply Cigar Factory, Ford St. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Tor rent, something j warm and comfortable. Must be fully modern and in residential city. Preferably close in. The Lethbridge Land and Coal Co.. Box City. i general servant. iMrs. H. J- Cunningham, 212 Ford St. taken in done at private homes. Good at reasonable rated. Mr.s. Botham. Torrancfe Ave., beside railway track, 222-0 x SITUATION'1 young man with light team as deliveryrnan. Willing to do any kind of light de- livering. Call or write to Harry Clark, 414 Torrancc Ave.. North Ward. 294-6 part of Address FOOTBALL vs. Royal j The Ensign Co., Letb- (bridge, Alta., requires Good _price giv- en. D. Wilson. 720 Crabb St. by young lady in'store or office. Apply Marguerite Scott .general delivery, city P.O. -2 FOR fine residence jlots, close in. Also some business i lots in the business section of the citv. W. H. Johnson. Johnson Block. 297-O change ot Changing from one member iamifv does not make an "old" seriber a "new" subscriber. rule will be strictly enforced. the t-he sub- This al Varsity' vs. Ottawa, at Toronto, tin- j m Varsity 31. Ottawa 7. n Military! in every town in Alberta to sell their K I show cards, price tickets, magician tern and signs. Good men can 1 make big money in whole or part time. Apply Manager. 273-30 the T I Silks and Fancy Goods CHRISTMAS PRESENTS District Xo. 1 comprizes oi Lethbridge. District No. 2 comprizes all i tory outside ot Lethbridge. i The-price ot the Herald and the j !votesglven: 'VOTES New Renewals Lethbridge 51.00 350 250 1000 3000 dry cold weather i months. Parents of be prepared for needed is a bottle of it. All is Chamberlain's iProtzman, gen. del. Or Apply The Illinois Alberta Realty Co. 297-O Remedy. Many mothers are W class boiler maker r I wanted. Apply Works. Co., Ltd. Lethbridge Iron FOR roomed fully mod- ern house. Can give immediate pos- general servant. 650 Harriett St. session. A snap for quick'sale. Terms, between 6 and 9 p.m. and 9 P. O. 297-6 i Apply _ i nfl 11 ana 11 a.m. to 10 Brunton St. Box 2005. good general servant. Appiv at A. S. Bowman's residence Crabb St. Phone 179 or 10.. WANTED-Ladles-and gents; cast off ant Scotch preferably their homes and clothing, shoes, hats, guns and musical never disappo.nted Sm" without it in never disn Iby all druggists. The Famous to the Harvard Tailoring Crabb St. P. O. Box 2094. xeneral serv- Apply pri- 294-O vate hospital, North .Ward. A competent servant who Co.. wm sleep at home. 297-12 Mariott, 641 Round Apply Mrs. D. COSTUMES MADE TO OBDEli. Tai Chens 1 Daily by Carriers, 5j 3 months 6 months 1 year 2 years By. Mail: 3 months 4 months 6 months 1 year 2 years Weekly Herald: months i'v'ear 3.00 4.00 S.OO 700 a ac .85 LOO 1.50 3.00 ..6.00 3000 350 500 1000 3000 9000 AUTOMOBILES 20001 T. S. McKenzie, DisL Agent 6000 i phoue 274 P.O. Box 547 U-etvour Orders in Early. 250 1 3SO 700 6000 SHERLOCK BLOCK CRABB ST. .75 500 30'0 150 1500 1000, 2 vcars 3.00 ,500 3000 i I Address all communications to Tlie Contest Department, o i Lethbridge: Alberta. Mail Contract ________________________, SEALED TENDERS addressed to 'tlv- Postmaster General, will be re- Fora first-class lOD.iri ceived at Ottawa until noon, on-Eri- dav the 10th of December, for the con- veyance oi His Majestys Mails, on a proposed Contract for four years, Ladies'or Gents'Clothes call.at j twice per week each way, .between -r-i 1. Ml ,1 s o -nrrOTT K! 3.ftK St. 294-G eneral ser- A. B. Stafford, cor. Bom- pas and Crabb. FOR SALE OR acres Okanagan valley fruit lands two thirds planted to approved varieties of apples, pears, etc., balance cleared, ready for planting. Will trade for Lethbridge city property or improv- ed Southern Alberta land. Apply-P. 0. Box 297-4 FO lots on Bruce St. at apiece. T., E. Pattern. 287-0 SITUATION7 WAN apauese AND DYEING 'THE CITY Phone 353 DYE WORKS 'The Herald. FOOTBALL 6K! GAMES IN THE STATES GET STARTED TO WORK IN EARNEST AT ONCE Ynrk N hie tht, e I best possible to further arrange inter sectional games If Tomorrow the contest man will "spring" something thawwill bring joy to the hearts of all caudidates who appreciate a good thing. It'will prove a all workers or those who are preparing to get busy.. And to prospective candidates.nothing bet- ter co'uid be offered to get into the .came. In this connection the con- U'st editor is mysterious and the na- ture of the "good thing" which he offer is treasured as a deep secret, and' no bit of it will be di- vulged until the issue of the Herald tomorrow evening. Popularity Popularity has absolutely no pro- tection against pat- rait office doesn't issue'caveats on ability, and recognized ability is the cornerstone of- To make above the ordinary you must prove to them your strength and your fit-! [r js lipped ness to occupy your position by some accomplishment. Everywhere -you will find people ready to acknowledge merit, and merit means work. You must work to attain, and then keep en- already ange inte _ for next year. If Dartmouth does not play Wre notable of the season. Mich Iran and Pennsylvania probably van meet aeain and it is said Chicago ib 'Sfxious to get another return game ;in to the one Comell. v be induced to i "in their schedule. Coal Barrhill and' Carmangay, t Spring and Bowville, to com- mence at the pleasure .of the Post- master General. Printed notices containing further as to conditions oi .pro- posed Contract may be seen and blank forms of Tender may be obtained at Post Offices of Barrhill, Black Eidge. Bo-wville and Carman- and at the office of the Post bov wants situation, preferred where he" can attend 'night school. Apply to Mr. Lshii. P. 0- Box J.. Raymond Alta. FOR acres 6-19. Ap- ply Box Herald office.- 272-0 POR proposition mil 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. SO .'acres "in" fall -wheat. Stubble mostly ________________ j turned.: worth of hay proQue- W -V cement worker. Apply the sole head of j iamilv or anv male over 18 years j WIIOAIJ'C o IT itAJvril i i Auction Rooms Phone 189 brother or sister. In certain districts TQ furnished a homesteader "bedroom use of sittine room in pood standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his stead. Price per acre. home- Duties reside six months in each, of six years from date of homestead en- and housekeeping privileges. 201 Walwork St., North Ward, vate hospital. 294-6 ..April 25 from Mil: !er farm 1 1-2 miles southwest of Spring Couleo onf 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. Hehvig, Milk River, Alta. '289-12 Dark 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 TO rooms, hot and, New Hill Block. 294-12 TO room, week- ly. Apply 9-3, 6 to S.30 821 Crabb St. South. 294'6 TO fully modern house on Ernest St., close to Dufferin. Ap- ply to The C. B. Bowman Agency. 07-O LOS') Dark Tweid velvet collar, belon to Ott. dly leave at 320 Glyn receive reward. in cash and -receipt slip from Turpin Furnii.ure Cc. Owner can nave same by calling: at Herald and paying for advertising. -296-O trv the time required to Britisb Roomins House.} FOTJND-A purse containing v, T 3 A i 1 or.rt -voAinnr cMn TT-rim earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and ca.nnot 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 bouse worth W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. Ottawa. Canada. publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. TO seven roomed furnish- ed house with bath and furnace, close in. Box S. Herald. 297-1 TENDERS WANTED FURS 405 Smith St, J. YOUNG wm ue cember 2nd for the erection of a brick veneer school house. specifications can be seen at W. H. Harvey, Sec.. Prairie View. Lowest or any tender .not necessarily accepted. 97-1 my. Sept. 15th, S. E. W Sec. 2, T. 9, R. 13, W. 4 M.. one bay gelding, weight about SOO Ibs. age about 10 years, brand com- bination L and 0, on left bip, wtilte star on face, white on right front foot, two white hind feet, split on tip of right ear. Sam Gibson, Lake, Alta. Graesv 96-2 construction 16 different railroad Hues or The Cape Cod ship canal, work on which is under way, was pro- jected before the Revolution. ;