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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PROFESSIONAL CARDS Herald, LEGAL rfOHNSTONE R ITCH ARCHITECTS fr to Farm attentioc my office for the Street, WILSON FURNITURE CO, NORTH Phone 1023. i n i _ ____________. v stone; .J. Xornian CONYBEARE, Solicitors. No- taries Public and Commissioners. Conybeare Block, Lethbridge, Alta. SIMMONS Solicitors and Notaries. Money to loan. -Offices in Canadian Bank o; Commerce Bldg. C. Simmons; S. J. Shepherd. B. Room 9 Whitney Block. A. -Macdonmd Block, Redp-ath Streer, Loth bridge, Alta. H. A. J. -MACDOU Solicitor, Notary. Room 14, Stafford Block.: --ST E. CAftVER, M.S.A.A., A., Block. Phone 1241. Are you satisfied with your milk supply If not, phone 1065 POAPST Dim Solicitors and Notaries. Money to loan. Southard Block. H. M. W. A. Architects. 211 Sherlock Block. Lett- bnare. Phone CONTRACTORS E. C. Soli-! citor. Notary Public, etc. l and 2, j Southard Block. X'oney to loan. WILLIAM aad tracicr. Estimates free. Repa- alterations. Office room 5, Block. Phone. p. o. Bos 512. Cox 5on have been proved to have the best milk the city. AUCTION SALES Lonaucted on short t-otice, Sat- andI implements a specialty. J smah, 414 Wood St., Lethbridga' Alberta. Regular sales at J C Sale Barn, Wood on the second and fourth Tuesday or each month. FIRST MAYOR Elections for Town Conn- Herald Want Advertisements In theirown particular sphere are highly MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE class l -section, 6 1-2 miles from aigfo River. Address Bex Castor, j ness. Well located in brick buildius, -ax 50, with 12 rooms upstairs and full basement. Apply English Cafe, corner Westminster and Ford. 25 centt per insertion whtn. not eceedlng 35 in- sertions, PLEASE PAY- IN ADVANCE Michel Saw Mill Co. J-.I i -__ FOR and Shepard en for railroad construe" thirty-six horse power simple bushnien, axemen, teamsters Almost new. Cockshutt plows. 12 ifffani laborers, tie makers, mill frame, 10 plows complete outfit. 200 laborers- swampers; highest .oil InKe o-i Agency Co.. r U V Li V tit, V I. breaking waiting to be done. JOHN R. Solid tor, etc. Hill Hoom 4, Red' path Street. OR. W. S. Surgeon, Accc-jcher. 9 a. m.; 2-3; 7-S p. m. Office 914 Red- .p'ath Street, phone 125X. CONCRETE executed {1 .or cement sidewalks, basement? and f ei.tjfuit'a .or cement sidewalks, ba-seinent? and other work. AIT stone sills anrt lintels made to detaU Con- crete blocks and brick always on i hand. H j. Goode Co., Concrete Factory, o23 Smir.h St., Phone 1244. MUSIC ----------------------------t MAD AM NORMAN Orchestral Pi- St., j anisre; at liberty for engagements. Private Panies, dances, vaudeville or dramatic. Pupils taken in Norman room or DOCTOR Before 9 a. m.; 2-3: 7-S. The Office or the Transfer Co, Is Now On Redpr.tii st Opposite Methodist Churci. Draylng done OB short SAY AND GRAIN FOK SALE Take Place on "Friday (Special to the t-oleman, Alta., Oct. 4.-The muni- campaign for the new came to an end to- PHONES: -586 Resldenci -1204 DR. C. C. Surgeon.} Accoucher. Office, Alberta Block.) Residence, corner Glyn and Bom-i pas. Hours, 11-12; 2-4; 7-S.30. I DR. and Sur- geon. Office Block; ____ Phone 33S; Residence 410, Street. Phone SIS. i MR. J. w. JONES-Organist and choir w T Af r 320 acres two miles from station to Cranbrook exchange for horses. Two section -ract with living .water to exchange I .class plasterers a: for cattle. O. T. Lathrop, Whitney to on new court house. Ap Block. Lethbridge, Alta. BALED HAY FOR ply A, McCulloch. Lethbridge. 245-6 about 35 as nurse ____ 4X AAN aoout 35 as nurse prairie hay for sale in carload lots !aud comPanion for invalid b. Okoioka. I Wm- Oliver- 606 Bompas St. 247-0 Price ?13 per ton f. 0. b. Okotoks. Can now guarantee immediate deliv- Newman Jackson, Okotoks. Box S6, Phone 25. general servant. Mrs. C. A. Little, 514 Glyn St. and second cooks at cti v i FOR carload lots prairie the lmperial Hotel, Frank. None but fully modern o-0od wool, wild hay and blue stem. J. J. workmen need anniy. iJ. D. Higinjbothani Donnelly. Herbprr Q-ict vi etmore, manasrer. FrnnV o.iff-c FOR hound pups, age shoemnkerrsteady work" j S4 for yo.Hi W. H. Johnson Land path street, months, from wolf killing parents' W' H' Johnson Land path s S. C.W. Leghorn cockeSs Mav j Jllllfl80U 828 Round Street! enurch hatched from best stock obtainable.' J. Harrison, Box 5, Tv'ardner Hi or 1211 Bompas j raner i roomed house, f Of 245-6 !ern excePt furnace. Apply P. O. Box; ___ (1J.J TO fully u r- mayor, and have four or fivp others tor aldermen. attending giri to assist with twrftihrt house work. Apply to Mrs. W. R I room house on {.references and salary wanted. The j N'T r: Store, Carmangay. Alta. 249-6 in )W to date bSn? ?n SJ experienced nurse and mother's heln: nlsr. n Board' aiirt -for opportuuity to be heard. irom. The meeting was a livel ev one interest was at the top 'notch Both cancU- experiei-ced f graduate teacher, late of'State No- mal School, Springfield. S. D per term of 20 lessons Mrs Halverson. 1212 Bompas St MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Gram and Produce by car, lowest prices- Phone 676, P. O. Box 2060 No. 2 Begin Block, Lethbridge I0r vere Present i als0'' aldermen, -Messrs. McDonald Morrison. Esan and for James uit milch cow: .eavy wagon and harness. Inquii AVg n _ i-------------- OAT nurse and mother's L filly 3! cook.. Apply at 530 Glyn St nredf and a S00d in" I SALESLADY W ANTED-At-----olSHe" GIyn St. OR for the best-room-! 10. A. Macdonald "50-O IJn fully house steam h T-W.VV, UJC UCOL iUOIIl ing house in Lethbridge. Always fill Sadowski Block. Reason for selling! 1 -------------------------__ 1 Hi 'health, airs. Bennie Smith. 250-6 A at Cole- range i-uyivjiis jjany Jtieraia Miss Nichol- News Editor mnrnn St 349.3 Daily Herald. Write at once to the BUl-U'nlimited quan'1 he platform Concert Engagements and was -the miner, v.'as chairman and all nder the DR. Surgeon and Accoucher. Office Stafford Blk Phone 567. Residence 425 Bartlett -St., phone 52L Office hours, 10-12- is open to accept enga Concerts, At Homes, Phone 420. 710 Courtland Stree 227-26 7-S. THE DAINTY PRIVATE HOSPITAL Maternity work a specialty Grad- uate nurse in charge. OR, and. Sur- geon. Bryan block, Room 21 Office 9-12; 7-10. Phone 65S. DENTAL DR M. J graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons i i oronto, and holder a Dominion' Dental certificate. Office room J Macdonald Block. Phone 1071. DR. GARNET T. IVES-Demist, grad- uate Royal College of Denial Sur- geons, Toronto. Office 219 Sherlock iJuiIaing. Hours---- 483 F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor, Irrigation ana Hv- draullc Engineer. Rooms 5 and 'e ck. P. 0. box 657. Phone Upholsterer All j kinds of upholstering, carpet clean- mg, laying, refitting, furniture, packing and repairing. G30 Bailey Street. u i discussions u'n'' f whole were good and all havr- me if elected to do their v-rv- generally are looking Keen interest in icswccr results tomorrow. NUKSING WQrtn (If horses cattle and farm machinery tv fcade lor .unencumbered farm or citv property. Phone 10S Rural si Snell, Box 63, Lethbridge. FUR SALE-Tent, 8x10. boarded feet, makinsr over-5 ft. gou "h0le S instru -T b.. 250-Os ments, tools, guns, pistols, satchei j harness and saddles, watches and WINTER fa- i fcwelry. Pay highest market prices for cutties-for wintering horses; irrigated !hides- and old raetals Alberta prame._ stubble fields, straw stacks i Hand Store, 716 Redpath and aii immense amount of green feed I Methodist church, Phone Reliable men in attendance and plentv rt per head montiL Dike, Snow Dike, Sec ?4-S- iO, twelve miles east of town to receive no.rses and cattle, for' win- ter pasture on my farm seven south east of Leth'oridge: charges per mouth per head in uuiitinicu nua.ii- iurs. H titles of second hand furniture stoves o50 o" ladies' and gents' cast off clothing and shoes, all kinds-of musical instru }'2 irrigated 2 mftTirs tnnic from Lethbridge loo es joint hay; inn s m blue j. or -our yoke of oxen, must be young and A___i_ -r _ Impenal Devel- barn- cellir- per advance. -Apply Pe of feed and water. or to "idge. apply Hatron Y W p T T- ti O t Tt j.. 'I MbcbeK ?TV23 S" 247-fi fencing oJ ..._. an Surveyor; mine surveyor; irrigation Yard engineer, p R. E. Civil Industrial Spurs. Railways? Layouts, TVater Supplies, Imganon, Plans, -Estimates etc Sherlock Block. Phone 143S. _ _ _______ _ LA and Mining Engineer; Irrigation Engi- neer; Dominion Land Survevo" Room 211. Sherlock Building. Vfavi Co.. offices 1217 Bompas street. Hours 10-12 a. m., 5-S p. m. ilrs. Annie Lingard manager, p. 0. Box 2061. Phone 1238. MRS. J. W. Bertha Street, North Ward: Experienced maternity nurse. Box 1993. 24S-6 Educational UNDERTAKING Director hea-of Whlte and Eight at four doors aseacy for the! Barbie Co. one Residence Phone Ii7fj. ADDiSON-Funeral Director ano Embalner. Graduate of 3-n Cisco college, and Cincinnati cow latest methods of b! GARBUTT BUSINESS and night school, Alberta 31k Phones: Office 1315; residence HcJ. P. O. Box 1291. ceo. J b'cnmidt. principal. HIDE AND JUNK CO, prices paid for hides, furs and all kinds of pelts, junk. Office Applt S? acres tour miles east of town P- St.-, city. 247-0 and Warehouse 320 Crab fa St. Phone 442 P.O.Box 2013 Lethbridge, WANTED-sTTtiTms to haul TOaj from coal mine to Taber, distance two _ miles aud a coa _________247-6 furnished ?P light house-keeping, no child- Department of Ind-sn Affairs SEALED TENDERS endorsed "Ten-! p dars- Mr. Evely tiers for and addressed to the! hardware store. 249-Ox undersigned, Trill be received nn m finish dresse- OTal 39 -A.JSQ etc.. at 41S Smith St. 249-n that ca're- -British Colum- chmate, irrigation unnec- cash, monthly. Send Corporation. Ltd rw Hasnngs street Wf vancou'Wr B. a 246-2S after Sept. .6th Tt" thf LelffriSe Conservatory of JUuaic. corner o? Bompas and Ashmead Streets. ACCQTJNTANTS 5 H L Block, Lethbridge. Alta. MISS PATTESON AND MISS ANNA PATTESON-sjs Hound street, take a few small children as pupils. ]0- 240-2G Lethbridge Aerie No. 837 t woer the charge of R. G. Lady m attendance. Offce Crabb Street, lm_----- BRESSMAKEVG mat third in K of2? WAITED TEAMS a day and board for man and team, or to haul by. the vard (free stable.) Apply. W. G. HOLE, Redpath St. W, Visitin -Misses Thom- son and Laing. Dressmaking "-nd Ladies' TaiJoriug. First class V trices moderate. Douglas Westminster Koad North Hall at S o'clock. Brethren are cordially invited J. ilcBRIDE SHIVELY W P GUS. XEIDIC W. S DR. MASK 3. STcSLS- Surgeon and Whir" Livery Stables. Residence phone 442. Phone 372. fe -dledonian Society Caledonian Hail, Glyn St .-jondays end Thursdays, from S u'lf n rP-l.m- AH Scotclircen welcome fJ.B. Giboon, A. L. Johnston, LODiai PRIDE OF ALBERTA NO. 293 Sons of England Benefit JSocieiy I V-nets in the Oddfelicws" Hall j first and third Wednesday of the awrJi at S p. m. For Ml particulars j Robins. A T J. warren, esident. Sec-j Bos'g7 and WAITED 300 Teamsters, board, free pass. 25 teams and njen, a day and board, .free pass. 300 laborers, 20. 25 and '30c free pass. 30 farm hands, and 52.50 and board or and board. _40 carpenters (framing) 45c, steady job. ?00 bushmen. 3 blacksmiths, and board. 4 waitresses. 10 rock miners and sinkers. International Employ- ment Agency Phone 7C7. _ The Caledonian Hall is oiien let -ear -est floor m city, steam heated kitch- connooiion, all modern Parties wishing to 'j. A T i_u TI President.' Ca J' H' Westcra STANDARD PLUMBING CO. in c at st. JR. C. McCLURE .s. KNAPMAN CWUU.A LU undersigned, will be received up tc noon of October 1910. for deliv- ery on or before the 15th November nest, of the undermentioned Quantities of flour, or any portion thereof, at the points named herein. Flour to "be equal to the, standard sample, which may be viewed in the Department of .Indian Affairs, at Otta- wa the Indian Office'at Winnipeg, the Indian Agent's Office at Battleford, I and, at the Dominion Lands Office at Calgary, Edmonton, Prince AJbert j Battleford, Letnbridge and Ma-leod' j The flour shou.rf be fresh ground, put I up in sacks containing 100 Ibs. net j and double sacked. The inner sack to'j toe-of gray cotton, three yards to the in. j-uuueru "OUse Box i, Herald Office! u and to 'weigh six ounces when made up; the outer sack of jute, sewn with strong twine and to weigh fourteen roora to -10 horses foTHHTwoli: caitl iut uorses o1 r Wnitney Eros., Luridbreck I PSt class of janitor work SJt "UL O.AIU lear. i or furnace beat- Part cash balj- ounces; sack known to trade as "two pound bag." the outer sack to be leg- ibly branded with the name of the manufacturer, and net weight of flour within. i A ijiuut; 2oU P for at least five per cent of T amount of the tender, which will forfeited clines to at side and 11 handle, bai- Apply evenings to 635 ------__________________ 249-0-x substantial, aew and fully mod- room residence, close in and every respect. Address 24S-S years. 250-C I.CJIUGI, Wilicn Will Dp Or OPtd K the, party tendering grain5deeded hay' enter into a contract based with above -een r< COWfi Bender when called upon tc sucn tender when iccu. north