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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta >AQt FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD. WEPNESDAk, OCTOBER 6, 1909. THE FINEST TEA THE WORLD PRODUCES mm Sold only insoaled lead packets At all grocers 40c, 50c and 60c per pound TEA . . NOTICE . . A rare Musical Treat will be givcMi tiie Patruna of the CLUB CAFE all week, l\y the manager being able to secure the services of the well known couple PROF. FRED GREVE, Pianist MRS. FRED L. GREVE, Violinist lioceiitly from Seattle. If you are a lover of good music come to THE CLUB CAFE, noon and evening, all week. V. Rodgers PROP. MUSICAL PROGRAMME in The Club Cafe Marsch .. Cluu-iiiiny; Wiiltz.......... Ivin^ D(,iil !).!/,/,!(�!� .M.ivsch...... T!i - F.Hiiit.iiii i):uiri' CIkh'.. 11! TiMvat.i;-!' S..;,.......... lia^tiinc Two Slrp........ . F. Urovi-. WaMtcul'ul .... [judcrs . . ...\lstynr . ...IJosnlcs . . . . Sujipi' ......HihhI .....I .nsf>v ......Vu|ili.! of fines iiiipo.s-:it till! p'llioe court (his inoriiinp fur trr�iiii.i, on flio C. P. K. bridg '. Wfiili' thi.s lia.s cnused .soiiir indi!,'-nati'iu o.i the part oi those linwl till' iuspi'ctor iti cliarpi' ot tho bridge .st.-ili'd this ni'Tiiiiig iliat it wa.s llh knowledge of French and t German. Has had experience in Ltime-keeping and other clerical work. 'Also in handling men and different 'kinds of machinery. Apply Bok L. Herald. 244-12 GENERAL TEAMING - Having bought out Wm. Taylor's transie^ business, 1 am prepared to do all i.ukIs of cartage. Satisfaction guaranteed. Coal delivered CCD. Geo. I ^^Aj,TED-lM woodsmen. Highest N. AfcLeari. Olyn St., Pliono 131. going wages paid. Elk Lumber Co. -----,! F. G. Waters, superintendent, Hos- WHY AEE YOU PAYING RENT-; P*""' ^- ^- 23'-" When you can secure a house of.your j own paying us monthly instalments equivalent to rent. If interested, write Box 2053 City P. O. 248-6 WANTED-Engineer for heating and refrigerating. Apply in person with references. Northwest Jobbing and Commission Co. 241-0 ; pa.ssing on the C. P. R. bridg , Sunday. Some other cases in ; cetion will come up shortly. MARKETS IMPORTANT INSURANCE CASE � .-lis � \\\is I'lsurance done by indi-' vidiiai memmbcrs ot Lloyds, not Om- ! Tlie iii.sfieolor stated tluit lie does , not want eoiivietiim.- enly so far as : tliey will hell) to jir tee: the p'ople � .e_'aiii.-t themselves as the et);i'p;iiiy is u't resiinnsible for any accident, . fresultiiiir while trespassing on fho l.ri,!..' , " , - I'liillp Harilie was fined $S a n. l'N'"'- 1 Northern............ 0 77 e.'sis f r riili.ig- a bicycle on the side- 2 Northern............ 0 74 "�all;.- Georj;.' GoMic $1 .�ni.l ccs;.- f r No- 3 Northern............ 0 71 driviiiL' aein-^ th- s'llewalU and the No. 1 Alberta Red......... 0 76 CuMeii \Ve^' Second Hand Store, No. 2 Alberta Red......... 0 73 aii.l c'sts for obstructing th" walk ^ No. 3 Alberta Red......... 0 72 Willi .kIs. The sidewalks and b u-'iOat-*. per cwt................. 0 70 WANTED-Two good waitresses at Coaldale Hotel. 246-6 SITUATIONS WANTED WASHING-Washing taken in or uone at private homes. Good work at reasonable rates. Mrs. Bothani, Torrance Ave., beside railway track. FIRST CLASS SHORT ORDER COOK -Wants jojj. Sober and steady. Address replies to P. O. Box 115�J, Calgary. Altu. 24M POSITION WANTED-By experienced lady stenographer. Excellent reference . Box 4. Herald Office. 474 POSITION WANTEdIIas bookkcep-er, u8.siatant book-keeper or accoiint-unt. Have had some experience. Al nferencea. Apply P. O. Box 60, City. 251-6 PKOPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE CHEAP-A new sevti. roomed fully modern bouse on Oouttr near new Central School. Apply P MacMurphy, Mgr. South Albeiia Luui ber Co., Phone 225. 800-f) 6 ROOMED HOUSE-And three lots on Torrance Ave. for 11680. Very , easy terma Box W Lethbridge Her. 7 aid. 48-0 ^ LAND FOB SALE SNAPS BY THE WHOLESALE IN REAL ESTATE-The Empire Land Co. have several thousand acres of choice farming land just placed on the market, in blocks of JpO lo 60,000 acres. If it's good land you are looking for, at a nominal price, call or Phone 304. The Empire Land Co., upstairs, Oit Blyck. 235-0 TENDERS TENDERS will bo received by th Mrs. A. L. Foster, London iwire fi nee areund Tou'!p,s 12 and i i^cad, corner Ashinead St. 113 i;:in?e 20 West of the 4tli Meridian.! -�--,_ The fence is 30 miles long, willew � WANTED-Competent genera If,:-- ^V"'/''"?f"^''''- , . Iv'^nt. Mrs. A. B. Stafford, 60 Ihe higlii'st or any ti.'nder not ne-1 p^g gt Insurance Brokers Prosecuted Underwriters' Association by; ipanies. alsi. that the defendants wer- ----IHt-.-Iey REAL ESTATE FOR SALE brokers and not underwriters, easi' is of great iniportanci The Cattle on the h'jof; Steeis, per lb....... 0 03>^ .Montreal, Oel. .'i. - Iu peliei' court this morning WMlis Faber it Company. iiiHuranc". bmk ts. MiKitrcal, were pro.secated by tlie Canadian Fire Underwriters A.ssociation for a vielation of the federal insurance act. They are . This is a ^^'^'C P^'' ^wt. ... �  Good Terms. j Dressed, per cwt. 0 25 1 00 0 00 j I'O ; The high 1 ce.Bsarily accepted. ' W. R. HULL & CO., FOn S.\LE-.\t a liarcrain, half of 8-8-J!). If int-resied. plion,. 247-Oi"'' J'ooni H, South- 2_ I Hlock. Imp rial Develoi�meiif i Co., Ltd. 240-O ser-1 _____________________ 603 Bom-247-0; WISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE I 235-2G Calgary, Alta. INVESTIGATE CHARGES AGAINST OFFICIALS % bargain. Harvest Time Should be a season ol plentiful money for many of our people, and much of this should find its way into the Bank. We wish to remind all of the facilities of the banh or TORONTO for conducting the blanking business of farmers and town and city people. Surplus money should he deposited in our Savings Department where it will earn interest and where it will be SAFE jntil required for use. Small or large amounts may be deposited or withdrawn at any time. INCORPORATED 1855 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH r. W. McEachern Manager Of 320 acres good !-nd, no improve-i Butter and Eggs: ments; 1 1-2 miles from-- American Immigration Depart- rowTnO pVr aeVrGiTTem" ment in Canada. Level building lots, well located, __ can be had for a short time for ,$12.^ each. $10 cash, balance $10 per Ottawa, Oct. 4.-The railway com- month, mia.sion .sits here temorrow. The | GALVIN-HATFIELD & CO., question of chief interest to come up ; Phone 457 Office Room 1 Ott Block. ! is the examination of passengers by [ 249-0 .Aiiiericiiii immigration oflicial.s on traiiLs bound for United States while in Canadian territory. Charges of discourtesy have been made and" the commission recently issued orders calling upon conductors to see that passenger.^ were not subjected to any indignity. It will pay you to trade with ua. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242>26 I A I T I * TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Ribbons for all machine*, .tl Carbon Paper, per box 100 sheets, from ..............$3 Copying Paper, ream, from SI Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES S65 to SMO. Call and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. * t * * * ^� m * � * * 1^ 4> AN ENVIABLE RECORD The Garbutt Business Col-hge, Stafford Block, Ima only been estiiblished in this city a little over half a year and already has won the confidence of the business community to .such an extent tliat it is enabled to guarantee posilion.i! to its graduates. For information or free pro�peotii.s phono or write Geo. J. Schmidt, Principal. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE Phone 263 P. O. Box 1291. FJ. Turner & Co. Grftin Commission 20Lineham blk., Calgary, Alta. 314 Grrain Exchange, Winnipeg. Consignments Solicited Liberal Advances 9 4 .5 Prices in store Fort William. Cars past Winnipeg. Calgary, Aitiv., Oct. 4, Closing Cash Grain Closing Prices WHEAT No. 1 Northern.............95 .............m ............ .92" .............85 .............lU OATS .................34 V......................32 BARLEY .................... 3 45 FLAX Oct.................... 1.34 T. E. PATTESON. Agent Lethbridge. 2 e.w 3 c.w [Creamery butter .....0 30 Eggs, per dozen Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. Onions, per' lb. . Feed: Hay ,pr9irie^ ..... Hay, blue joint ... Hides: Dry ,............... Cured ............ Rendered Tallow: No. 1, per lb. ... No. 2, per lb. ... .. 0 02% 0 00 t .. 0 00 .. 0 00 8 50 11 00 .. 0 00 ..12 50 4 50 15 00 .. 0 25 .. 0 30 .. 0 30 0 30 0 3S ' 0 40 .. 1 00 .. 0 00 1 26 j 003 .. 0 00 .. 0 00 10 00 13 CO .. 0 12 114 1 08?^ { .000 .. 0 00 0 04}i NOTICE The firm of A. Easton and Co. has accounts due the first mentioned company be paid befsre October 16th as alter that date they-will be placed in the hands of a solicitor. 237-24 WANTED-A good general servant, i SALE-S.") foot awning in front Apply Mrs. R. E. Sherlock. 1260 }3om-pas St. 247-0 of Sage's former stand. Practically new. R. Sage. 217-0 WANTED-Dishwasher. Scandinavir Private Sale The l^ieMiyue Farms having su.'il u large part of its lioklinga in land, oifers for sale its machinery, farming imjjlements-, wagons, stock, etc., consisting of about 75 Horses (among the number some high bred Kentucky t h o r o ughbreds). Binders. Wagons, Drills, Discs. Coct-shut Plow, Reeves' 32 h.p. Engine, 3 h.p. Gasoline Engine, Red River Special Separator, about 40 Hogs. The machinery is nearly nil new. and most of it in good repair Apply to A. S. BOWMAN, Pres. 423, Crabb Street EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED 1859. CAPITAL AND RESERVE - - $5,000,000 A general. Batikiiig business transacted; Accounts of Merchants and Parnior.s invited : Savings Bank Department in connection. depositH of Sl.OO and upwards received and interest allowed at highest current rates. Lethbridge Branch ROUND STREET Old Sagre Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. ESTABLISHUU 11854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD 0FF1..E. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital.........................$b.OOU,000 Reserve and Undividefl Profits........----.. 4-,267,400 Accodnts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Owlers Letters of Orwdit Savings Bank Department Lcthbrkigc Braaeb* CoaMale Block, Rc4pafh St. HORSES FOR SALE FIFTEEN HEAD OF FlRST-dLASS 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. BALED HAY AND OATS In any quantity delivered in the City. Orders taken at A. Easton & Cc's Haty liinlster ot the ?r m N.B.-Unauthorled puWI' � u' will not HOUSE FOR RENT-W.Il heated. $20 per month. R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block, Phone 222. 250-0 TO RENT-An office suite of three rooms in Acadia building, Redp.nth St Apply on pr^iises to The C. B. Bowman Agency. 219-0 thi< advertiseariot lOf. I' .i;..ftv.--~'f ,.Hh WANTED TO RENT-A fully modern seveh or eight roomed house, near school, (or immediate possession. Write J. Jones, P. O. Box 607, City. 343.0X FURNISHED ROOM-$8 monthly. Apply 801 Crabb Street, South. 11 to 3 or e to 8 p.m. 240-0 LOST-One light red cow about 6, years old ,branded 2NZ on left ribs With cow is roan calf about 4 monthftn old. One dark red cow about 2 yeareco old. branded 2R (curve mark abovrili the R) on left ribs.; with cow darfcA red ealf about 4 weeks old. Lost mile east and 2 miles south of Win nifred. Alta.. on N. W. 1-4 Sec. 28- Finder notify at once R A WilliamsHg Winnifred. Alta 239-5S; . -"li STRAYED OR STOLEN-Bay yearlin�-i mare colt, branded O over O on let shoulder. Left ear split and part o it gone. $10 reward for return irP J. L. Cardwell, 1 1-2 miles west o-"^ Taber. _248-'|� LOST LOST-Pocket book, silver mountei? with initials W.R. on it. Reward fo return, of same to Herald Office oLi to Rev. William Reid,. 249-^ TWO FURNISHED ROOMS-Each suitable for two gentlemen. Also board, in first class boarding house Terms moderate. Apply Box J., at Herald Office. 249-0 WANTED-'Room or rooms in pnvate family Am willing to pay good price for desirable quarters in modern honse. Reference furnished if neceasary. Address P. O. Box 2063. 247-� LOST-Three head of hdrses belonj ing to Stafford Village. A big brow-l horse, weighing 1500 lbs. branded � with curved mark above it, on le^ shoulder. Mare, in foal, branded r^"i versed S with curve above on le{ I hip. One heavy horse, branded R'"* on left thigh. Reward of $10.00 U return to G. Olshaekh, William St Stafford Village. 250' WANTED TO RENT-A six or seven room all modern house. Apply at once to The Canadian Real Estate Co., room 9. Bryan Bloek. Phone 211. S49.6 WANTED TO RENT^-Building capable of accommodating four gun carriages. Would rentfor a term cf yaare. Apply Major Stewart. Box 665, Lethbridge. 251-6 LOST-One white mare branded over O on right shoulder. Also coJ*B with black manelet, no brand. Lo)*f on Oct. 2' $6.00 reward for retui,!^' to .Tos. Hudah, 207 Brewery St. 250'/_' FOUND FOUND-One Union Bank cheqtl_ book, near new Public School. A; ply Herald Office. 251 Id. ^1 NOTICE OF IMPOUMDMENT Impounded in City Pound, near I;d; elated hospital: . i ) 1 dark red and white heifer ca;_i branded 8 left ahoulder; left car slj . 1 red and white heifer calf, braa ed S toft honlder; left ear ilH. |p| 1 grey hrgae; seed; no visible bw %�0 City Ponnd Keap^ '| 5000 4 ;