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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE FINEST LEAVES DAILY HERALD TUESDAY. OCTOBER 8, EOOZE ARTIST TUMBLES INTO CELLAR I! From Ceylon Tea Plantations are contained in SALADA TEA to the Herald) Tuba-, Oct. Saturday was this column. I! you warn anything use thig column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI SITUATIONS WANTED at etc 0 30 0 35 0 40 1 25 0 03 10 00 13 K) TENDERS TENDERS, will be received by th- undersigned until Thursday, October i'th, for grading.approximately cubic yards" of earth I with new sewpr system, la'tion apply to C. M. ARNOLD. 245-7 _ City Engineer in connection For inform- PFtOF. FRED f GR ____irmony. MRS FFi GREVE-Teacher of Violin. "We as- sure everybody who takes lessons of us, rapid improvement in a verv short time. We use the verv best of methods. We will call at vour homes Present 'address 624 Bur- dette St. Phone 320 C. P. R. ENGAGED WHOLE COLLEGE CLASS Toronto, Oct. Canadian Pa- cific {Railway has engaged whole of j Senior -class in forestry .at University of Toronto for two months work in forests of Maine and elsewhere. The members of the class will receive payment for their services and all expenses, and the University authori- ties have granted'--class two months' leave of absence to attend these train ing duties. PONY EXPRESS-Phone 384 J Fiff- .gins. Light draying a- specialty. Storage. All orders prondptlv at- tended .to. Orders taken Harness Store. at Citv DRAYfNG-Of all descriptions given prompt attention. Charges moder- Ward. at WHT AHE TOtT PAYING" BENT- When you can secure a house of your own paying us monthly instalments to rent. If interested Box 2053 Citv P 0 248 "AL'S" SHOW THIS WEEK Miss Snowie Maybelle was the lead- ing feature at the Eureka last evening in her singing and "stories of child- hood Her imitations of the small boy and small girl were out of the ordinary, and exceedingly clever. Her stories of the humorous side o'f childhood were highly pleas- ing and appeal to people, as "Bob" Burdett, the great American humor- ist once said of his stories, "because stories of real life are the best stor- 249-C ies." While hardly comparing her work with his, it is very good, and Private Sale The Bellevue Farms hay- g large part of its holdings in land, otters for sa.e its machinery, farming implements, wagons, stock, consisting of about 75 -Horses (among the number some high bred Kentucky t h o r o Binders Wagons, Drills, Discs. Coclr- shut Plow, Beeves' 32 h.p. Engine, 3 h.p. Gasoline En- gine, Red River Special Se- parator, about 40 Hogs. The machinery is nearly all new. and most of it in good repair Apply to A. S. BOWMAN, Pres. 423, Crabb Street made quite a hit last night. Barrett Co. put on a good sketch of a tyrant husband and a badly used wife. The wife turns the tables on her lesser half and reduces him to a semi-demented state, when he dis- covers a letter which was the cause of his wife's action. Acting turns to reality on her part, but finally all encU well. The sketch is full of comical situations and Barrett Co. received lots of applause for their clevor acting. In motion pictures there are a oom- ic series of an escaped ape, a motion- picture drama of a case where "Love and a realistic book agent storv, with a very comic ending. Auction 'Sale T At MR. S. WILLIAMS' Farm, N. J Sec. 24-9-21, on Wednesday, October 6th AT ONE O'CLOCK FRANK G. WADDINGTON Is favored with 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, 3 Cows, Steer, 2 Wagons, 2 rills, Harrows, 1 Massey-Hanis Binder, 1 Deer- ing Binder, Rake and Mower, Disc Harrow, 6 sets Harness complete, Cultivator, Gang and Sulky J Plows, etc. Also small quantity of public market and scales; OH every other day in the week'the public mar- et shall be open frrm 7 a.m. till p.m. That no one except producers shall lave the privilege of exposing goods or sale in the public market. That the only goods which may be offered for sale in. the Public Market shall be meat, fish, fowl, grain, roots .vegetables, hay, live stock, farm im- plements, straw, and other produce, and meat only when it is-not offered for sale in less quantities, for sale-in lees quantities than the quarter of a carcass. That all and coal brought into the city of Lethbridge in wagon, cart or sleigh or other vehicle ft-.be sold or offered for sale, shall be ex- posed for sale in the public market. as established by this .by-law, or which may hereafter bo established in the city of Lrthbridge, and at no othf-r place within the said city. That no horned cattle, calves, swine, i sheep, mules or SITUATIONS VACANT Bay Co lc- qunv trained help for D'rossnwkine Apply >.f son's Stores." re- Hud- o50 6 light housework. Washing up, Apply Box 14, Lethbridge WASHING-Wathing taken io or aone at private homes, (food work- at reasonable rate.. Mrs. Botham, lorrance Ave.. beside railway track _ POSITION WANTED-Stenogropher and typewriter. Pint class of long experience. la also good office 245-8 SHORT ORDER COOK job. Sober and steadr dress replies to P. 0. Box 1158" gsrv, Alta young- in SITUATION WANTED-Bv man with knowledge of French and German. Has had experienc time-keeping and other clerical in handling men and different machinery. Apply Box t. 244-12 woodsmen. Highest Elk Lumber Co. Hos- 237-0 WASTED-ISO mer, B. C. WAHTRD-By ed lady stenograpber. E ference Box 4, Herald Office WANTED-Engfoeer for heatin- nnd refrigerating. Apply person" with Ebbing and Commission Co. 241-0 WANTED-By Oct. ervant for 12, competent g.y Mr, T. 245-6 St. PROPERTY FOR SALE SS horse.; 9 for fcnn furniture. Must ill be sold ff Will also rent toe 3M acres, 2 1-8 miles from Lethbridge, improved 60 acres m fall wheat; stubble 'mostly turned. Stable 33 horses. HouW i rooms; phone, and ciitern On SSffi. Two lota. Small Balance on time. W H Boom 5, Bryto Block. Lake. once. Ccaldale Hotel. 245-6 waitresses at 246-6 work to begin Novber lt or. .Salary crease at New Year. general servant'. s. A. L. Foster, Koad, corner Ashmead St. 247-0 pas St. ser- 603 Bom- 247-0 mares, geldings, or of rJiem, brought in- to this city for Sjle, shall., be sold in any of the public streets or" in other places in the said city, but must be taken if for sale or export to the Live Stock Market established for that purpose. For every load of hay, straw or coal brought into the city for sale, there shall be paid to the Market Clerk a fee of 'ten cents, but this shall not ap- ply to coal sold by or through any coal merchant having his place of business in the city. And any per- son or persons delivering any of the articles mentioned in this section or any portion of them without first hav- ing obtained from the said market clerk or one of his assistants a ticket of weight of his load shall be guil- ty of an infraction of this bylaw. pas St. A MR. f new i'OR SALE roomed fully modern near new Central School. Apply MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta oer Co., Phone 225 have several- thousand acres of choice lariuiiig land just placed on the market, in blocks of 160 to 60 000 If it's good land you are look- Jata price, call or HOUSE-ndthree lot. Ave. for 11880. 247-0 WANTED-Dishwasher. Scandinavian girl preferred. Steady work. dra Cafe. 247-0 WANTED-100 men'to work UP- ar factory and on farm of Knight Suar g Sugar Co! at Raymond .Raymond office. Apply at 248-6 WANTED AT ONCE-An easy terms Box W Lethbridge HeV- new mer fallow. acres of Plow from BarOM acres and 166 acres of sum- All fenced. Wfll seller r Address Owner, Box c-o Lethbridge Herald. 247-0 -VjSCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR SALE-25- foot awning in-front of Sage's former itand. Practically new. R. Sage. 217.0 south -hall mtereated 350 men and cut Summit Lime (..row? Nest H C to 249-6 FOR RENT-Three ed, cheap. 837 Crabb St. rooms 249-6 Development 240-0 WANfED-Ten tons of goo feed oats sacks' Apply p- 125. 246-G FOR SALE-Horse, buggy and har. ness Horse gentle, broken Snl, or aw r! S A 330 Crsbb near Dufferin. 47-6 NOTICE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Drop Head Singer Sewing Machine, Home Com- fort Range, Beds, Springs, Mattresses, etc. Terras cash, or notes of ,-ipproved Auctioneers Office, Crabb Sireef elephone r v on the basis value per thousand feet board measure and per lineal foot of piling will be received up till noon October timber liviA 1. T Ul line to be abandoned between. Leth bridge and Macleod. Material to b' removed from present location by purchaser within a reasonable time the Co. reserving for its Plasterer Apply W. Williams, Crabb St. 249-2 can WANTED-A lady assistant for own use _ e ties stengera and floor beams, and mil not be found to accept the lowest tender. Any further informa- apply to N. E. Brooks, Division scaled tenders must be sent 249-2 FOR SALE BY TENDER .TENDERS addressed to the under- invited up to November TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Ribbons for all machines..St Carbon Paper, per box IQfl k sheets, from Copying Paper, ream, from S! Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES to Call and get-terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. BALED HAY AND OATS In any quantity delivered in the City. Orders taken at A. Easton Harness Store. Phone 103 P.O. Box 201 .FOR SALE FIFTEEN HEAD OF FIRST-CLASS WORK HORSES, MARES, GELDINGS AND MARES WITH FOAL. ALL BROKE For Further Information see c. L. WALKER On the Ranch, Sec. 28-7-21, Eight and a half Miles South-east of Lethbridge, 309, for the purchase of all or any portion of the practically new barb wire around Townships 12 and 3 Range 20 West of the 4th Meridian .The fence is 36 miles long willow posts and droppers. The highest or, any tender not n cessanly accepted. W. R. HULL CO., Calgary, Alta and Goods Departments _ Manager, Hudson's Bay Stores. 49-6 TO TO RENT-Goocl dwelling On Baron- per m-nili. Applv C B man Agency. Brnt Bow- 250-0 seen at back WPSt" No H- t next tent anytime between TO RENT-5 roomed house on Smith St. per month at 420 Smith St. Close 6 and 9 247-6 FOR pair of Apply John 'favlor 1269, Duffenn St. 249-2 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Jill end citv pre- ferred within a radius of ters of a. mile from station. Only owners neod apply. Terms must be reasonable. Applv bridi LOST OR STRAYED Leth- 249-6 250-6 HOUSE If R olock. Phone 222. Gibbons, Ott 250-0 TO RENT-Ar, office suite of three rooms Acadia building! WnS at on premises io The C R Bowman Apencv. SI50 four mares brandy LM on W, 3hWdT 7L or, Johnston. 209-0 Lethbridjre, Alia. 235-26 T. EASTON i Merchants Dank of Canada 1 ESTABLISHED 11854 HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits........ ___ Accounts of Merchants, Fanners and Ranchers Solicited Money Orders .Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbncige Branch CoaMalc Block, Redpath St. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS pewoc wno 15 me sole head o- .t family, ur any male over 18 yean may homestead a quarter-section- available Doniimon land in Mani Saskatchewan or Alberta. Th. ippi'.omt. must appear in person 'if Dominion Lands Agency or 8ub Ae.'noy for the district. bj inay be made at any agency Of irictundiofij months' resident npo .-jultivation of the land in tbrep A homeatsader ma MI- within nine miles of nia home a-iead on a farm of at 80 rolfly owned and occupied by him o by father, mother, son, daughter or 219-0 WANTED TO RENT-A fullv seven or eight roomed house, near school, for immediate possession. Write J. Jones, P. 0. "Box 507, City. 243-Ox suitable for man and wife or two itlemen, for rent conveniences; also for one gentleman lett St. with all-modem room and board Apply 425 Bartr 245-6 LOST-One light red cow about o Tears old .branded ZNZ on leffribs old about 4 rcd cow abont 2 Db5ande? 2R mark above Rlonjeft rib3-'- with cow dark red calf about '4 weeks old. a aout '4 weeks old. Lost 1 mge east and 2 miles south of Win- shoulder. .Left ear split and n T f ior return to Cardwell> l l-2 west of TO RENT-Furnished room in mod- 310 Brunton St. 249-2 In certain districts a homesteadti in. good standing may pre-empt qnarU-r-scction alongside Price per acre. Duties reside aix months in eacD years from daie of homeeWsarf (including the time required tc ram homestead patent) and cultivaW fifty acres extra. A homesteader who hat exhaaeteo r-'i- homestead right and canaot ot> tair. a pre-emption may take a par chased homestead io certain districts Price S3.00 per acre. Duties.- Muv reside six months in each of throt years, cultivate fifty acr-sfl end M houi-c wo-th W.W.OOBT. Deputy Minister of thf Unauthoried publi thi'' not for FURNISHED raonthlv Apply S2l Oabb Street, South n to 3 or 6 to 8 p.m LOST book, silver mounted, W.R. on it. Roward for Herald Office or 249-4 w o7M1- Eev. William. Reid Office. 349-0 LOST-Three hr-ad horses belong- ing to Stafford A brown horse, weighing !bs. branded A i above it, on left SuOUiuur. M.-HT, in re- versed S with curve above on left Onft he.-ivy bnind.'d'RD price for aesirable quarters in ern house Reference furnished 4 necwwary. Address P.-O. Box 2063 247-6 six or seven WANTED TO RENT-A aiA Ul aeyet room all modern houae. Apply at -T.W to The Canadian WlJtaS '0.. room 9, Block. NOTICE The firm of A. Easton and Co. has >een dissolved, to be replaced by A Easton, Ltd. It is important that all ccounts due the first mentioned ompany be paid before October 15th s alter that date they will plaoed n the hande of a 8J7-34 on left thigh. return to "f ?10.00 for William St., 250-5 mare branded X over O on right sh.-uld.-r colt over O on V