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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta MOt FOUR THE LETHBFMDGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1908. II A CUP OF SALADA" Sold only in sealed lead packets At all grocers 40c, 50c, and 60c per pound TEA COSTLY HOTEL FOR MACLEOD A Modern offered for sale by T! r Tn 'public auction at an upset price to lu L ..wde knowa at tiird of in the town of Pincher Creek, in the j Province of Alberta, on Wednesday the 24th clay of November, 1909, at the hour of Twelve o'clock noon, the To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge 1 beg to announce to you that I will bs a candidate in the forthcom- ing election for Alderman. Having been a resident of ths the hour of Twelve o'clock noon the North for five vearg aad following lands m the Peigan Indian; v o u.ju, Keserve No. 147, near Macleod, to the fact that own personal in- Frl. Sec. 17, Sec. 19, Sec. 20, Frl. Sec. 21, Frl. N. W. 1-4 Sec. 22, Frl. Macleod, Oct. IG.-Macleod MS to j Sec. 27, Sec. 28, Sec. 29, Sec. 30, Sec. Sec. MUNICIPAL VISITORS GUESTS AT BANQUET (Continued from Front Page) The Press The honors to the fourth estate lirere proposed by T. Hall, who said that after having had many years of intimate relations with the press he was convinced that the an- tagonism that often exists between. the press and the council could be overcome by the councils taking the newspapers into their confidence. He has always found them honorable in mthhol-ding from publicaeion any- thing that premature publicity would be against the interests of the muni- cipality. If the councils try to with- hold the news the papers will get some report' of it, for, said Mr. Hall: have another fine hotel. As-projected 135, Tp. 7, R. 28, W. 4 M. Frl. Sec. 2, the new edifice will be a three-storey Sec- 3> Sec- Sec. 5, Sec. 6, Seo. 7, "The newspapers are the corkscrews i affair, with basement, and will 01 public life." tain 78 rooms. It -will he construct-! dA F. W. Galbraith of Red editor of the Advocate, in responding said that there was a natural affinity be- tween the press and the councils as practically all the radical policies carried out in the country originated in the municipal councils and the press was needed to help them along. W. A. Buchanan, editor of the Lethbridge Herald, said that the rea- son he had supported every by-law brought forward by the Lethbridge 73 feet. wiuu. .iuu. "v" j7 18 Sec 19 Sec 20 Sec tain 78 rooms. It will be construct- j ge'c_ 22, Sec. 29, "Sec! ed in the most modern style of con-j 30, Sec. 31, Sec. 32, Sec. 33, Sec. struction and appointment and noth- ing will be left undone the best hotel in Southern Alberta. S, R. 23, W. 4 M. to make it! The lands wil1 for sale in Quarter Sections, Cash, or one- tenth cash, and the balance in nine It will be named the Kin? Edward. equal annual instalments, with In- terest at five per cent, on the unpaid It will be built by J. Swinerton purchase money. Accepted cheques and D. J. Grier on lots 28 and 29 at the corner of ICth street and 3rd avenue, just Below .Tim Lock's res- taurant. As planned it will have a frontage of 108 feet and a depth of No. 1 Northern............ 081 No. 2 Northern-...... 0 78 No. 3 Northern 0 75 "No. 1 Alberta Red 0 73 No. 2 Alberta Eed 0 76 No. 3 Alberta Eed... 0 73 per cwt. 0 70 Barley...................... 025 Flax........................ 100 Cattle on the hoof: Steers, per Ib. 0 Cows, per Ib. 002% Hegs: Live, per cwt........000 pressed, per cwt. 000 Sheepr Live per cwt........000 Dressed', per cwt. 000 Butter and Eggs: Dairy butter 025 Creamery butter .....030 Eggs, per dozen ___0 30 Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. I 00 Onions, per Ib.....000 Feed: Hay ..prairie' 000 Hay, blue joint ___.. 0 00 Hides: Dry 012 Cured 0 Eendered Tallow: No. 1, per Ib. 0 00 No. 2, per Ib. 000 council was because the councils had been progressive and worthy of sup- port. When councils did not work in the interests of the people if was the duty of the papers to criticize them. He believed that the press and the people should be more considerate of tic men in municipal life. E. of the Lethbridge News, Si1 id that confidence reposed in the press was not abused. He claimed that the press of Lethbridge had aid- ed very materially ia the grest pro- gress of Lethbridge, and the prophe- sies of years ago were being fulfilled. The toast list being completed the An application for a license has been filed at Edmonton, which will be considered by the provincial Li- cense commissioners who will meet in Macledd on Nov. 12. If the com- missioners decide to grant the li- cense work on the new building will be begun at once. It is understood that the new hotel- will cost in the neighborhood of 000. Another, application for a license 0 30 0 35 0 40 1 25 0 03 10 00 13 50 004% FJ, Turner Go. Grain Commission 20 Linebam blk., Calgary. Alta. 314 txrain Eschaaue, Winnipeg. Consignments Solicited Liberal Advances toastmaster called on a few others. W. C. Simmons briefly congratulated the mayor on the- success of his pro- gressive policies in Lethbridge. 'Aid. Watson, whom the mayor introduced as "Gravity" Watson, taking the big bridge for his thought, asked who could have predicted that at any time the O.P.R. would ever build such a bridge at Lethhridge. The fact of its there is but an. indi- cation of the greater things that I may be expected. W. C. Ives said' that he believed the solution of the trouble between the press and the councils was Tiaving the council meetings open and the committee meetings private. Throughout the whole of the speech making the wonderful progress and of Lethbridge and the surrounding district was a principal subject. All were amazed at what they saw and were profuse in predic- tions of what would yet 'come to i Lethbridge. The visitors were evidently well pleased with their treatment while here and their thanks were many. has been filed be considered by the commissioners, by P.M.J. Graham in respect to a building to be erected according to plans and specifications filed on lot 24. south side of 16th street, west of 5th ave .os> taken in lieu of Cash. Upon a land being knock- ed down, the purchaser shall imme- diately deposit the sum of One Hun- dred Dollars with the Clerk of Sale, otherwise the parcel will at once be put up again. For this purpose in- tending purchasers should provide themselves with marked cheques- on Chartered Banks of Canada, made to their own order and payable at par at Sale; or with bank notes of as large, a denomination1 as possible. The balance of the Cash instalments must in every case be paid in Cash or by marked cheque, before the close.of the failing which the deposit of One Hundced Dollars will be forfeited, and the land withdrawn from Sale. Any information regarding the j lands in question, may be obtained j upon application to the undersigned'. The unauthorized insertion of this advertisement will not be paid for. j. D. MCLEAN, Secretary. Department of Indian Affairs, Ottawa, 5th October, 1909. terests lie in that district, I shall, if elected, consider mysrlf bound to give more particular attention to that portion 'of the City. A further an- nouncement will be made shortly. JAMES W. BOULTON. Daily Herald Market Place you hive unythin; to set! or to rent place it 10 this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACANT Nov. 1, or as soon as convenient, good general servant Good wages paid. Apply 650 Crabb St 260-6 WORK and clean- ing. Mrs., Richards, 837 Crabb St. 260- FOR SALE BY TENDER TENDERS addressed to the under- signed are invited up to November 1, 1909, for the purchase of all or any portion of the practically new barb wire fence around Townships 12 and 13 Eange 20 West of the 4th Meridian. The fence is 36 miles long, willow posts and droppers. The highest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. W. E. HULL CO., 235-26 Calgary, Alta. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS good general servant. Apply Mrs. JT. J. Johnston, cor., Glyn Bompas St, 160-0 one ac- customed to land business preferred. Address Box 197 Tabex. 259-6 woodsmen. Highest going wages paid. Elk Lumber Oo. F. G. Waters, superintendent, HOB- iner, B. C. 237-0 WANTED TO broken .P. O. Box 1437. horse for laundry deliverv wagon. Weight between and Ap- ply Manager, Leth bridge Laundry WOEK respectable young -woman requires" work bv the day. Apply.N. S., 1221 Courtland St. 260-2 Co. 251-0 email horses suit- able for work in the mines. Apply Eoyal Collieries, 257-6 NIGHT SCHOOL Thorough instruction in and Shorthand branches, Civil Service and English. For particulars phone or "write Geo. J. Schmidt, Principal. Garbutt Business College Phone 263 P.O.Box 1291 Smoke "Duke's manufac- tured by H. J. Cunningham, Leth- bridge. MONEY TO pay rent when we can let you have money enough to build your, own house at 6 per .'-cent.-- We loan money on all kinds of city property, on terms that cannot be made by others, because we get the money from where it is cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne- gotiated at 7 and :8 per cent. Be sure and see us when you want money. WANTED-15 carpenters at once. Ap- ply Oliver Manufacturing Co. 249-0 general ser- vant. Wages Apply Mrs.-W. C. Simmons, 320 Ashmead St. 255-0 man TINSMITH WANTED Good on _ cornice work and general 'tin- smithing. Steady job. for winter for right man. Apply to Wm. Paris, Phone 68, Raymond, Alta. 256-6 City of Lethbridge PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the names of tenants occupying assessable property in the City of Lethbridge have -not been inserted on the Assessment {Roll for 1909, and all such -who are desirous for voting at the forthcoming municipal elections, must make application to the -under- signed on or before October 25th to have their added to the Voters' List, otherwise, it will be impossible__________________________________ for them to exercise their franchise. girl 4.pply FOR acres, three miles from Taber. 200 acres ready for crop. Price per acre. Terms 1-2 crop until paid. Int. 5 per cent. Call on E. B. Tainter, Tabcr. 259-12 FOR a bargain, south half o! 9-8-19. If interested, phone 350 or call 'at our office. Room 11, South- ard Block. Imperial Development Co., Ltd. 240-0 FOR section land in 'best wheat belt in Southern Albcxta, 460 under cultivation; 250 acres in fall wheat', good stand; 200 acres just threshed out. No hills or ponds. Engine can plow all. 2 elevators and station at one corner. All fenced House 18 x 32 x 12. Barn 24 x 32 x is" Granary 16 x 20 x 10. Good 200 feet from house and reservoir to water stock that never goes dry fed by springs. Apply or write to M. H. Flock, Dallas Hotel, Leth- bridge. 257-6 FOR SALE-This proposition will pay its way. Will rent 1-2 section ir- rigated land 2 1-2 miles from Leth- bridge; 9 room house, cistern cel- lar and phone. Stable 22 horses 80 acres in fall wheat. Stubble mostly turned. worth of hay produc- ?enter ,000 (No cash if secured) all ma.- ehmerj, cattle, horses and! BiS to make to 100 per cent, of these brood mares, stallion and butter cowe Terms to suit. Apply Box 85 Herald. Office. 255-0 m rice lots in iJlk lt Alexander Addition for dollars-cash. Clear Title. Owner 218 Third Avenue West, Calgary 256-6 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-New 7 room house close in, a bargain, ood terms. House and 19 lots well ocated, price S3800, good terras 1-2 ection good land 1 1-2 ..miles from R. and town, price, f 16 per acre good terms. C. P. -Roland for sale n large or small, tracts, easy nav- Galvin-Hatfield Co. Office WANTED-At once, experienced dress l> Ott BIock'I-eth bridge. Phone maker and apprentices. Apply per- sonally to Miss O'Connor, c-o "Clarke Co. -competent general "ser- vant. Apply to Mrs. W. A. Hamilton 10 Argyle Ave. 256-6 G. W. Phone 394. Blocir. Empire Land Co., Ott 252-0 Cash Grain Closing Prices WHEAT EXILES TO HELP THE INSURGENTS New Orleans, La., Oct. spec- ial to the Picayune from Bluefields. Drayirig and General Transfer Prompt attention to all Coalj Orders. Phone 365 O..D. Ribbons for aJI machines. I Carbon per box 100 sheets, from ..............S3 Copying Paper, ream, from SI Agents1 for the REMINGTON MACHINES to Call and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. Secretary-Treasurer. Voters' List All ratepayers who are dulv quali- fied residents residing north" of the C P. E. track-whose names appear on the revised voters' list will please ap- ply IMMEDIATELY to the Sec.-TreaV to have their names placed on the voters' list for the North Ward booth. G. W. ROBINSON, Sec.-Treas. 1010 Pord St. CAHPENTERS Por inside finish work. Have 5 houses to finish. have steady work all winter for a gang of men. Apply new cottage northeast of Stacey's Lumber Co Yards, North Ward. J. H. White. 58-6 general ser- vant. Apply after 4. Mrs. Barford. 419 258-0 class book-keeper at once for general merchandise store. Must have refexances. Apply at Smith Bros. Wilson's office 5S-6 Nicaragua, says "The revolutionary movement is rapidly spreading in Nicaragua and the wildest confusion prevails in store Fort William. Cars past VYlnnipeg, Calgary, Alta., Oct. 15, Closing throughout the country. Thousands of people are flocking to the standard of General Estrada and the revolu- tionary leaders now have a formid- able army. The revolutionary eminent today received advices o OATS gov- that 3c.tr..................... .884 BARLEY No. .47. FLAX 1-n.w 1.54 1 Man. 152 T. E. PATTESON, Agent the revolt had extended to the west- ern coast of Nicaragua. "Hundreds of exiled Nicaraguans in Honduras, Salvador and Costa Rica! are on their way to Bluefields and Greyton to join, the insurgents. The adherents of General Estrada seated yesterdav afternoon that they ex- Pected the revolt >to extend -to the. city of Managua, the capital of -the republic, within 48 hours. It is claim ed by the Nicaraguan revolutionists that Guatemala and Salvador are in sympathy with them and secretly furnishing aid. The revolt has com- Lethhrtdge.' plctdy paralyzed business." Public Auction! The Bellevue Farmers Co. Having sold a large part of its holdings in land, will offer by Public Auction --------------ON FOR SAIF 1 urlLiLi The old Freight Shed north of track Parties purchasing to remove same and clean up ground within thirty days. Proposals for same will be re- ceived up to Monday, September 27th The Allierta Raiiwajf and Irrigation Co, LETHBRIDGE. Thursday, October At 10 at the PUBLIC MARKET PL ACE in LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., all of its Farming Machin- ery. Implements and Live Stock, consisting of MACHINERY AND IMPLEMENTS 1 Beeves 32 H. P. Engine. 1 Bed Biver Special Separator. 1 ten bottom Coekslmtt Steam Plow. (Both stubWe and breaker bottoms.) 1 Lowell S Bottom Steam Plow. 7 (4 of them never used but 1 day.) 3 Drills. 2 Sulky Plows. Mower.., Bake. -5 Binders 4 Wagons mid Grain Tanks. Corrugated Boiler. 5 H. P. Gasoline Engine. 2 Campbell -Sub-surface Packers. 20 sets Harness. Democrat. Grain Fan and other things to numerous to mention. LIVESTOCK consists of about TO head of among the number about 20 HEAD OF KENTUCKY THOROUGHBREDS, by such noted jdres Bainbovr, Imported Golden Down, jxilmar- uock. Goodrich, Silverdale, etc. 20 WORK MARES good size, well seasoned and thoroughly brok- en and bred to an imported Percheron stallion. 17 HEAD OF FILLIES AND GELDINGS coming B years old by heavy sires. Balance mixed lot of youngsters, fillies and geldings. HOGS About 40 hogs, mixed lot. SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned up to and in- cluding -Hie 31st day of October 1909 for -the. construction of a Water Works system in the town of Taber. All tenders to be accompanied byj a certified cheque for 5 per cent, of j'bid. Plans and specifications can be i. i sj-en' at the office of the Secretary Treasurer. The lowest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. GEO. C. MILLER, Secretary-Treasurer. energetic young manr.'Must be able to writer and keep double entry set of books. .-One 'preferred who has ex- Land and Investment Co. 260- general serv- ant. Apply Mrs. Anderson, Union 260-4 A GKEAT 256-0 B. C. fruit lands. 10 acre tract for .-sale cheap. ery easy terms. No internet Eail- road facilities for shipping. Al.-soil. Or will exchange for city propeirty taken soon. J. Francis, Lethbridge -.0. or last, of new steam laundry, -aftiT' 6 o'clock. 253-6 FOR SALE-200 acres.of choice laud 3 miles -from- good fenced 20 acres ..winter wheat, 120 acres etub- ble. Balance "prairie meadow, which can be broken if'desired. is an Al piece ;of land and is only 13-imles from lethbridge. Pric- for "quick sale per acre, cash, balance one-naif crop payments with interest at 8 .per cent. Apply Canadian Eeal Estate Bryan Block, xRoom 9 Phone 211. v PROPERTY FOR SALF FOE roomed cottage, clos? North electric light, furnace; Lot ;48xl37J Barn for Eeat 25.00 per month. cash. Balance 'to suit Apply E. V. Gibbons, Ott Block' Phone 222.- 259.3 FOE SALE new roomed fully modern bouse on near new Central School. Apply P MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta Lurb ber Co., Phone 225. 200-C TO sunny room, ____ ished, suitable for two men. Terms reasonable. Close in. Appl-v 424 Smith St.---. 259-6 FOE Two houses, new and tip to date, just east of Westminster on William- street. These snaps and worth investigation. each. cash. per month. Price Balance Apply.....The Canadian :FOR for horses Estate Co. Room 9; Bryan Block. Phons '258-6 TABER: 12th October, 1909. Argyle.Ave., 256-6 TO roomed brick house. Apply; Mrs. E. N. "Wakely, Duff'Ad- dition. 256-O SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- Any person ia rtte sole head o: Credit of Nine Months, bankable paper, be granted on all .sums Terms: of-over This is. a Closing Out Sale and'all articles offer- ed will be sold without reserve. A.S. Bowman WL. Wilson President Auctioneer at same LAND offer Two Sections of Land in Township 8, Range 17, being Sections 10 and 15. Terms on land one-tenth cash, balance 9 equal payments, interest. a family, or any male over 18 yean old. may homestead a quarter-seciioi i ot available Dominion land in Muni coba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Tbt applicant must appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency 01 Sub- Agency for the district. Enf7 bj proxy may be made at any agenoj tsr of intending homesteader. months' residence ,upoi and cultivation of the land in eaci: of three years. A homesteader live within nine miles ol aia home stead on a farm of at acres solely owned and occupied bf him or fay bis fatber, mother, son, daughter brother or sister. In certain districts a in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside hie staad. Price per acre. Duties -Must reside six months in eacfi of six years from daie of TO furnished bedroom suitable for 2 gentlemen. Central. 416 Burdett 258-6 Modern conveniences St.- TC- seven hons? on Ford St. No.. Brank Lock- er, 1202 Ford St. 25S-0 ROOMS TO LET-Comfortable furn- ished rooms. Well heated and. lighted Hot and cold water. Apply John Can- tin, Room 2 Hill Block. 258-12 FOE on Williams St" per'month.. R. V. Gibbons. 25S-O WANTED TO house Will buy part of furniture. J. Mur- Hill 259-3 LOST head of work horses, one brown horse weight brand- ed F over horizontal 6 on the left shoulder; .one bay horse brand- ecL.-RD on the right thigh; one bay branded E on the" left thigh. The horses have their manes cut reward. Owner George Olshas- Lethbridge, Stafford liam Street. 2556 North Ward, and Duff Addition one oil cup off cab, nickle plated. Finder please return to Pal- ace Livery Barn and receive reward. 256-6 Saturday .night between race track and .city, one large r-ed checkered horse blanket. Finder please return to Palace Livery Barn and receive reward. 256-6 phy... .Palace- Meat Market." Block. P. 0. Box 171. FOR room in modem 3rd door south of new theatre on Crabb St. 260-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR .milk cows cheap Ap- ply T. A. Viner, Bailey St, Ward. RANGE FOR SALE-One of the very oest makes 4-hole range, complete TO room, suit-j _ able for two, board if desired. Apply Craig, 1229, Bompas St. .east of "Bar- Si TU AT IONS WANTED entry (including -the time required U earn homestead patent) and cultivau fifty acres extra. A homesteader who exhausted homestead right and cannot ob tain a pre-emption; may Jtake a pm chased homestead in certain Price per acre. reside six months in each of thret years, cultivate fifty acres and a house worth W.W-COBY. Deputy Minister of-the -r. publi will nm 1 AT PONY EXPRESS-Phone 384. J. Pig- gins. Light draying a specialty. Storage. All orders' promptly tended to. Orders taken at City Harness Store, GENERAL TEAMING Having bought out Wm. Taylor's transfer business, I am prepared to do all kinds of cartage. Satisfaction guar- anteed. Coal delivered C.O.D. Geo. taken in done .at; private homes. Good at reasonable ratea. Botham Tomnce Ave., rail-way track POSITION bookkeeper or accountant speak Endish and French languages. Can furnish first class references. Applv Box City P: 0. Box 1997. 260-6 ?OS medium sized heat- er stove in good repair with pipes etc. Dr. "Campbell. Macdonald Blk! 260-1 POR shop -at Milk River. Business large and grow- ing. Well equipped. Apply Halm- rast and Ruschell, jVClk Eiver. 259-6 FOR Horse about 1200 Ibs. Broken to drive double, or for saddle. Suitable for delivery. George Chell Wood St. 256-6 LOST OR STRAYED. return of four and seven geldings branded 7L left hip. Notify A. A. JohnsTon Lethbridge, Alii. 209-r Lethbridge. one bay mare branded Np on left shouldei; three white feet lump under eye; colt by side. Return to S. A G. Tuff, Durferic St. and re- ceive reward. AUTOMOBILE FOR party leaving the Model horse-power White steam car; a five passenger Touring Car, equipped with new system of regulation; bar- gain, if taken soon. Address Box 203 City. 255-6 FOR three chair barber consisting of 4 stands with marble top and 7 combination plate glass mirrors. A snap for quick sale. Apply Wilson's Auction Rooms Phone 1S9. 757-6 N. McLean, Glyn St., Phone 131. FOR aTticles of house- chance tonight to hold furniture, including bed steads, famous also Riley, the springs and between two and five afternoon at 623, Coutta St. ;