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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THI LiTMlltlDOt DAILY HERALD MONDAY. V e Golden West Realty Co. Uland 1300. -i cash, balance ItUnd -i cash, balance and 12 months. These lots are ou .Main street and -will-net 100 p.c. profit in 6 months. TRACKAGE LOTS EACH 5 roomed Cottage, stabling for .10 horses, 4 lots, all fenced. A snap cash, balance to "suit parchaser. Auction Sale at the Williams Farm on Wednesday D. ItING F. G. WADDINGTON Crabb Street 1W.C.T.U.W L SBSIONATHAT No. No. Hoc No. t .9 rMARICtTS Northern............ iff Northern 0 74 No. 3 Alberta Off --t v tfv Barley; V Flax the hoof: J. I. HKIN CO. AN APPEAL TO THE LETHBRIDGE MERCHANTS Medicine Oct. alxtJk annual convention'of the W. C. T. TT. of Alberta aixd in session here now. The first was held last eveain- in the Metho- i on church. Addresses of welcome jStecrs- Per lb- to the (locates piven by Mjjyor! Afilne pastors of the local! churches. They were responded to by i Per cwt- i an able address by Mrs. Race, of Ed- Drfejsed, per cwt. Addresses were deliver-1 Sheep: iori by Mrs. Boyd Of Wohb. Saskatche- IIjive- Per cwt.- and Mrs. Spofford, of j president of the British Columbia pmim'h of the W. C. T. U. 010 BUILDING PERMITS i- "iW folWwing building were taken out moriikif: j, G. cottage on Mc- Beih for stable on for "J 0 00 The auditorium of the church 0 00 Dressed, per cwt. ___12 50 Butter and Eggs: Dairy butter.........0 25 1 00 0 00 0 00 860 11 00 4 50 15 00 MONEY TO LEND at lowest current rates and ACCI- DENT INSURANCE District Agents- Railway Passengers As- surance- Co. of London, England. Accident, Disease, Em- ployers' Liability and Fi- delity G-uarantee The following letter has beta ad-'( Chuitl1 dressed to ail th, leading merchant, I Promises of Lethbridge and'' vicinity bv the I 'hlffhly successful I officers and members of local of lb'S Spofford ad- J the International -Typographical Un- riresswl -a meeting of children in the ion. While realizing that the Typo Templar Hall. for the I Tomorrow a mass meeting -will protection of the workers interest, 1lield Methodist Church in the Union e.vists in the main of the workers interest, i----- we as members are cognizant -of the j evening, fact that where unfair competition exists against our employers, it is up to us as a union, to put our backs to the wall and fijfht for their interestscas well tis our owa. Asking: your readers to kindly pon- der over the letter below. Signed on behalf of tho Union. S. W. Vice-President. In the afternoon a grand School rally will held in ihe Baptist Church. Monday evening the item of the programme will gold medal contest, the contestants betae -j-old modallsfcs from various of th? provinces of Alberta and Saskat- lb. 0 30 0 SO 1 00 000 DR Offices 307 CRABB STREET (Opp. Bank of Montreal) Telephone 383 .REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 640 acres good land, well improved, -plenty-of running water, 8 from K K. and town; 100 acres in fall wheat, 25 acres timothy, 200 acres ;ready for spring head of ;Jiorses and cattle; also a complete oat- fit of farm machinery; everything 'goes for 521.50 per This is a big ,-bargain, -Good Terms. 320 acres' good land-, no irhprove- mente; l 1-2 miks from R-R and town. per acre, GoM Tenns. Level building lots, well located can be had for a short time for 5125 each. cash, DPT month, GALVEf-HATFIELt) CO. Phone 457 Office Jtoom 1 Ott Block 249-0 COOK HAS MT. McKWLEY RECORDS Hartford, Conn., Oct. Fred- j Creamery butter Eggs, per. Vegetables: Potatoes, per Onions, per Feed: Hay ..prairie ........0 00 Hay, blue joint ......0 00 Hides: Dry 13 Cured...............o 07X Rendered Tallow: No. 1, per lb.......0 00 No. 2, per lb. 0 00 1 96 008 10 00 13 CO 004X 0 03X Notice THE BRITISH COLUMBIA AND MANITOBA RAILWAY COM- PANY TO 'THE SHARSHOLDER8: NOTICE is hereby given that where- as the ..require ments of The Railwav Act to incorporate The British Colum- bia and Manitoba KalFway Companv have been fully with so as to permit of-the organization of the Company, a meeting of the Sharr- nulders of thn Company will b- held -Messre. Johnston 'hcvc Hell or p it it If want use colnM. ioitrtlei 6 far SITUATION! WANTED poiiUon at light housework. Washing up. etc. Apply Box 14, Lethbridfe It ericfc A. Cook, the explorer was in- by the Times whfle pass- through this city today enroute to Boston Bear Yoy no doubt received B copy of a circular from a. Tnu-nipeg- firm; trading under the irame of "R. B. Henderson To. in which thev make an appeal to you for a share of your which they swrree to furnish at a urice which, it is quite 'cHmb to {he toP of. Mount MclDnley impossible for local employers te to turn them compete with. caused through many clr- ih Among other things he said that had preserved the records of his T, tv uurii over to the inTestigation committee of the explorer's which aow in- vpstipating his claim of hafing made cumstances. chief of which is the fact that watrps paid in Winnipeg j ascent. are much lower than i? paid any- j in that ouying JUDGE CURRAN DEAD in lar-re ouantitiftp afld on a STRTfTTA- CASH BASTS them an WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Oct. opene 1-1 higher and closed 3-8 to 3-4 high All markets opened a shade uo lairfd Alberta, on Tuesday Second day of November 1909 at. eleven o'clock in the. forenoon for the purpose of receiving the report of the provisional directors of the Company, organizing the Company, electing directors and transacting all other business which may properly brought before such meeting HENRY ROY, FRANCIS W. ROLT FLBTJTOT, C B. T. CAEON, EDWARD HOFFMAN, Provisional Directors. J September 30th, VACANT SITUATION voung man with knowledge of French and German. Has had experience in time-keeping- and other clerical work. Aiso in handling men and different kinds of .machinery. Apply Box t. Herald. 244-12 COOK8 -AND BUSHMEN WANTED- A; once. Apply to Peter Alta. McLaren, 244-6 .Ukea in cr done at private homes. Good work at reasonable Bothftih, Tortahce Ave., becide railway track. aa-ox POSITION WANTED-Stenogropher typewriter. Firet daw man of long experience. also good office man and nd. writer. Address R.8.N Bon 386, Lethbridge 845-6 FIRST CLASS SHORT ORDER.-oooi' Job. Sober and Ad- dress replies to P. 0. Box 158. Cal- gary, Alta. 246-a POSITION WANTED-By experienc- ed lady stenographer. Excellent ference Box 4, Herald Office. PROPERfV F6ft SALE for the dress- makiBg dewrtmjBfc Apply Miss Onurcn, Hudson s Bay Co. Miss 244-6 do- Apply. Mrs. Jas. Rose, Dufferin and Bartlett. '244-6 WANTED-General servant, small family. Apply to Mrs. B. P. Wal- lace, cor. Bttrdett and Courtland Bts 244-6 er. MISCELLANEOUS DRESSMAKING-A11 kinds of firet- clats dreswnalung done at 1334 Redpath St. Miae Elenbattm. 241-12 -of MRS of Violin We .as- sure everybody who takes lessons or -us, rapid improvement in a verv short time. We use the very best of methods. We will call at your address 624 dette St. Phone 320. PONY EXPRESS-Phone 384. J Fi- gms. Light draying a specialty. TftA ronirtWy pay roll in the print- Inc: tradrs of -is well over all bf w-rjich Its into the pockets of Vocal and this amo-ont. or portion of same would be to if your order and that of merrhants -is plac- fd in thpjr" hands. yonr motto.. of siip- portinr lucal and'our iminTi at timos impresses its -members ihp srreat that is from as much of their T-ronpy locally we realize trrat local -men can- not sell croods ns low ap eastern firms, consfderlnar tbe creat nT rmit that hss to be r-aid. also (.he pTnress and i-ncreasod l -'hat to T i "Therp'orp in conclusion, -we wotnd remind you that we "believe in a "ffreatw and "Better nnrf this ran be onlr broutrht about us.'one nnd all. adoptrnffns motto: and TJet. JAve." Tou wilT be doimr' your "bit to- brincrrntr about derfraMr end if Von turn dotrc this "bait" p.nd continue to support the local printers as you Have so nobly done ra the oast. Montreal. Oct. T. J. Cur- (ran. Judge of the Superior Court, died j at noon today. He was Canada's first Solicitor General about 1-2 cent j? and recovered befor the close, but prices were down 1-4 to 1-2 under Saturday. World's ship ments were heavy, totalling 000 and" receipts heavy especially in Winnipeg; Weather fine all OffV The buying power in wheat is almos nil and the only thing holding the markets is the large short interest. Chicago, December "opened 100 1-2 May 102 3-4: closed, December 97 7-8 May 102 1-4. Winnipeg; October opened 1-2, May 98 1-2: closed. October 95, cember 92 97 3-4. October oats 33 3-4, .December 32 5-8, May 35 7-8. t t t I I union. Private Sale TJie Bellevue Farms'-hav- a large part Of its holdinsrs in land. ofTers for its machinery, farming wagons, stock. oor-sistino: "of about 75 Horses the nnmber nft hisrh, bred Kentricky o r o nsrhbredsX Binders, sons. Brills. Discs. Ov-K Plow. TJperes' 32 h p. O-asbline Ked Biver Special SP. about 40 The maohinerv is n parly all npw. and most of it in srood repair A-nply to A. S.BOWMAN, Pres. 423, Crabb Street, on behalf oJT the above H. "President. S W, TTJC KW GRAND TRUNK: OFFICIALS WITH GREATER POWERS Montreal. Oct. la mmored that Sir "Rivers Wilson will be made' chairman of the Grand Grand Tmnk Pacific. A. W. .of "the to become president of both with much greater executive thnn at present. Pnopr. ...np-. -bov 100 sheets, from............ J3' Copying Paper, ream, from Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES S65 to SI40. Call and get terms. WESTERN" STATIONERY co. Auction Sale At MR. S. WILLIAMS' Turn, N. t Sec. 24-9-21, on Wednesday, October 6th AT ONE O'CLOCK FRANK G. WADDINGTON Is favored with instructions from-Mr. S. Williams to sell by public auction, without reserve, at his farm, as above, his Farming Stock, Implements, etc. Including about 100 tons Timothy Hay in stack, 10 head Horses, 1 Colt, Steer, 2 2 rills, Harrows, 1 Masaey-Harns Binder, 1 Deer- ing Binder, Rake and Mower, Disc Harrow, 6 sets Harness complete, Cultivator, Gang and Suljcy Plows, etc. Also small quantity of j HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Drop Head Singer Machine, Home Com- J fort Range, Beds, Springs, Mattresses, etc. Terms cash, or notes of approved security J -Auctioneer's Office, Crabb Street Telephone 261 NOTICE SEALED TENDERS on the basis Kate. Phalen., Gmness St near- letic Park TO snitp of ulliet- rooms in Acadia buildin- Redpath St Apply on premises The C. B Bowman. Ajrenc.v; 246-6 fc 249-6 219-C WANTED TO RENT-A fully modern "even or eight roomed house, near immediate possession. Write J. Tones, P. 0. Box 507, City. 243-Ox SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND, REGULATIONS Any pertioc wtio is me sole head u a family, or any male over 18 yeart old, may homestead a quarter-sectioi of available Dominion land in Manj Iett st coba, oaskatchewun or Alberta. Th, applicant must appear in person the Dominion Lauds Agency or Snb Agency for the district. EDIT b.' may be made at any agenci of intending homesteader. months' residence upo; and cultivation of the land is eacl >i.ihree A homesteader ma] ive within miles nis homt Stead on a farm of at least 60 solely owned and occupied by him ot )y his father, mother, son, -daughter brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteadei n good standing may prr-empi quarter-section alongside hie home stead. Price per-acre. Dutie? -Must reside six- months in eacr, of years from date of homestead entry (including the "time required t board, in first class boarding house I return c-7 "fl-prairf Terms moderate. Apply Box J., at to ..Eey.. William Herald Ofnce. 249-0 TO room, two block? from Square. Apply 208 Oouti? 3t or rooms in family.-. Am wilting to pay price for desirable quarters in mod- ern house. Reference furnished, if necessary. Address P. 0. Boj 2063 Ott it. IflJ ftl Reid. FOUND _ Herald office. Reward 'or 249-4 Owner 246-O WANTED TO six or____ room sTF modern houJ'e. Apply-at once to The Canadian Real Estate room Bryan Blodc, Fhone 111 NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT poraa- r- and -cchite heifer calf, 1 grey hrwo; aged; no visible brand J. GILLE8PIE, City Pound ;